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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: October 10, 2007
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An earl\ bonefish
changes a life. the fall sail-
fishing is rising, it's happy
hour for birds in the bay.
and so much more in
Fishing the Florida Kess.
coming Saturda\ in \our
KeY\noiei.



Funding slashed
The Florida Ke\ s
Aqueduct Authorir\ takes a
hit \ hen the state Legislature
slashes money for alternmaie
after r supplies. That means
Keys customers \% ill pa\
dbout 5 percent more next
\ear for potable water to
replace money to build the
utilir n Florida Cit. desali-
nation plant. See storyv.
Page S.

Migration time
Warbler and others are the
real sno\% birds this time of
wear in the Florida Keys. See
story. Page 7.

Mixed bag
The Hurricanes wvin big.
the Dolphins lose big and the
Conchs get back to .500 on
the football field. See stories.
pages 17 and 20.




Business 14
CI slieds 25
Crossword 13
Fishing 23
Living o
Obituarles 13
Opinion .
Sports/Outdoors ,17




7 86790 22222 7


Willi hopes to rely on new revenue but
Kolhage warns-of dire consequences


budget plan up for discus-
sion at next week's Count\
Commission meeting could be
too little too late.
Moniiroe Count\ Clerk D.jini\
Kolhage said the counts needs a
plan to rm $10 million oft the


Keys jury


awards


$698,000


Marathon man
has foot crushed
by faulty cover
By KEVIN WADLOW
Sernur iitf wr, nter
iS j l.11:. ke., n:t er c'E rii

A loose boai-hatch co% er shat-
tered the tool ol the former
o\oner ot Jef's Bait and Tackle
in Marathon. leading to a
,6Y.i111.i Monroe Count'
Circuit Court judgment agi'uit
the Tarpon Springs-based Stamia
Yacht on Oct. 3.
Jefl Mulligan. 43. ,was injured
while aboard 3! -foot E\press
boat during the Marathon
Dolphii Tournament in June
2005. said his attorney Cl.
Roberts. a planner 'ith Robertn
& Duikee ii Miami.
"It Caieghi his toot iengih ise
and basically split his toot."
Roberts said. "Jleft \as in
Fishermen's Hospital tor a. \% eek.
and on crutches for eight weeks.
He had to take a lot of
painkillers.
"He'll never be able to fully
return to the type of activities he
was engaged in."

See LAWSUIT / 2


21i-i'-iOS county budget which
took effect Jui-t 10 days ago.
"The 'i e got to cut spend-
ing." Kolhage told the Keynoter
Tuesday\. "That's the bottom line.


There's nowhere else to go
except significant cuts in spend-
ing, and early in the fiscal year."
County Administrator Tom
Willi's budget action plan aims to
create strong financial reserves
for the 2008-09 budget. But


Kolhage said spending needs to
be cut now from the $79 million
general-fund budget.
At a Sept. 21 budget hearing,
Kolhage explained to the com-
mission that the fund balance for
2007-08 will be $10 million
lower than the ending fund bal-
ance was for 2006-07.


Little accord on lobster


Divers, trappers
have different
ideas for plan
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

A plan to revise Florida's lob-
ster laws didn't find smooth sail-
ing at its first workshop Monday
in Marathon.


Trap fishermen contended pro-
posals in the draft report to the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission do not go far
enough to protect them against
rampant thievery and increased
harvest by recreational divers.
Commercial divers and others
said the plan lacks measures to
ensure survival of the lobster
population, such as requiring
escape gaps in commercial traps


to let small lobster go free.
"Not having an escape gap, to
me, is a prehistoric way to catch
lobster," said Barry Patterson, an
Upper Keys recreational diver.
Commercial lobster divers
said the planned rule revisions
unfairly target their segment of
the industry, which they maintain
does less damage to the marine
environment than hundreds of
thousands of traps.


See LOBSTER / 4


See BUDGET /2


HOMECOMING:
The theme
was movies
at Friday's
Homecoming
parade for Coral
Shores High
School. These
'Ghostbusters'
were joined by,
among other
floats 'Ferris
Bueller's Day Off'
and 'Indiana
Jones.' Coral
Shores won its
Homecoming
football game
handily. See
story, Page 17.

Photo by
DAVID GOODHUE


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Keys News


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Winds ENE, 15-20 mph.



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Kolhage says cut money now


with a minimum level fund bal-
BUDGET / From 1 ance that would sit untouched as
a rainy-day account.
"That means you'll have to Willi said fund balances of
make up that $10 million short- some $20 million in the past were
fall just to maintain the current misleading.
position you have, with not one "In reality, the [county] depart-
increase in operational budget ments weren't spending all of their
and not one increase to rehabili- money," he said, "so it was rolling
tate your reserves, over at the end of the year."
"We've got to get $10 million He said the county got in the
just to get back to square one," habit of paying for a variety of
he said. expenditures out of that leftover
Willi's budget plan includes: money. Not a wise move, he said,
Coming up with new user since it's not steady revenue.
fees for planning engineering, "We've been balancing the
fire-marshal activities, records budget on fund balances," said
and technology. County Commissioner George
Exploring the feasibility of Neugent, Willi's harshest critic.
a stormwater collection tax. "This is a recipe for financial
+ Evaluating an increase in failure."
gas-tax collections. Willi said the approved 2007-
+ Evaluating revenue from 08 budget does not include new
the county's emergency helicop- revenue from proposed fees, and
ter service, added any additional revenue
It also includes coming up would be put into a reserve


account.
But Kolhage said potential
new revenue is not enough.
"All the talk about adding to
reserves, getting them back to
healthy position, that's all great,"
Kolhage said. "But before you can
even get to that point, you have to
make up that $10 million."
"The plan isn't enough to
address Danny's concerns,"
Neugent said.
Further complicating the issue is
there is no county budget director..
Willi suspended Budget
Director Sal Zappulla without pay
in August citing "employee mis-
conduct." A hearing is planned for
today to determine whether
Zappulla will resume his job.
Following Zappulla's suspen-
sion, Willi brought in the private
firm of Bishop and Rosasco to
finalize the 2007-08 budget. That
firm handles finances for
Marathon and Islamorada.


Expert testifies about danger


LAWSUIT / From 1

Both the bayside home of Jeff
and Kimberly Mulligan and their
bait-and-tackle shop, on U.S. 1
near 126th Street, were flooded
by Hurricane -Wilma later in
2005, Roberts said.
The Mulligans now live in
Georgia but visit the Keys often.
An office staffer at the Stamas
Yacht headquarters said Tuesday
that company officers declined to
comment on the case or the ver-
dict.
The case centered on a T-type
locking mechanism first used on
Stamas hatches in 2003.
When looking at the recessed
latch, in the hatch that covers a
large storage area in the boat's
main deck, it was impossible to
tell whether the hatch was
secured or not, Roberts said.
"It was deceptive," he said.
When the boat hit rough water
while returning to shore, the
hatch bounced open and
slammed down on Mulligan's
foot as he moved toward the
stem, the attorney related.
"They were in a following sea
and it was fairly rough," Roberts
said. "These conditions led the
hatch cover bouncing up and
down since it was not latched."
Mulligan and boat operator
Bruce Coles heard a banging
sound and assumed it the transom


door. As Mulligan moved to
secure the transom, his foot was
caught by the hatch.
"It's a big hatch that covers
almost the entire floor," Roberts
said.
Stamas contended no other
complaints were received about
the hatch lock, used in boats 31
feet and larger beginning in 2003,
Roberts said.
An expert witness for
Mulligan testified the hatch lock
poses a hazard since it fails to
secure the hatch when the cover
is shut.
"There was no reason it
shouldn't work like your car


hood when it's closed, it's
locked," said Roberts.
Roberts said the jury award
will assist Mulligan with addi-
tional medical procedures.
"He still has a plate attached
with six screws in his foot, and
needs more surgery," the lawyer
said. "He hasn't been able to get
it taken care of because of his
financial situation."
The original complaint also
named boat operator Coles and
owner Douglas McComb as
defendants.
Owners of Stamas Express
boats should check their hatch
locks, Roberts said.


Keys beaches are test-
ed weekly for fecal col-
iform and enterococcus,
both fecal-based bacte-
ria. The following beaches
have health advisories or
warnings against swim-
ming:
South Beach, Key


West.
HIggs
West.
Harry
Tavernier.


Beach, Key

Harris Park,


Due to incorrect infor-
mation provided to the
Keynoter, Saturday's edi-
tion incorrectly stated
when Chris Sante was
elected to the Islamorada
Village Council. He was
elected in 2002.



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Kyle Teal and
Omar Garcia,
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Stolen-truck chase
ends peacefully

A Key West man stole a truck
from a Flagler Avenue home in
Key West Saturday and was later
arrested after threatening to kill
himself after he was caught,
according to the Monroe County
Sheriff's Office.
Robert Baldwin, 41, is charged
with a litany of offenses auto
theft, felony fleeing and eluding,
burglary, violating probation and
driving without a license.
'Deputies say he stole the 2006


GMC Sierra truck Saturday after-
noon and a be-on-the-lookout
notice was issued. Deputy
Melissa Powers spotted the truck
northbound at 33rd Street in
Marathon and tried to pull it over
but Baldwin sped away, deputies
said.
A Florida Highway Patrol
trooper spotted the vehicle at
mile marker 61. Baldwin lost
control of the truck, spinning off
the road and onto the grass, and
came to a stop at mile marker
67.5, deputies said.
He gave up after negotiations
with Deputy Luis Blasco.


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Keys briefs

Driver strikes car,
flees, is later found
A Little Torch Key woman
was charged with driving with-
out a license Sunday after she
crossed the center lane of U.S.
1, striking an oncoming vehi-
cle, according to the Florida
Highway Patrol;
Troopers said April
Conklin, 35, was driving a
2000 Dodge north at mile
marker 27 around 2:40 a.m.
when she crossed the line,
striking a 1997 Mercury driven
by Richard Assan-Luna, 53, of
Miami.
Conklin left the scene,
troopers said, but was found
six hours later. Troopers are
trying to find out if someone
helped her flee, and also are
awaiting toxicology tests to
see if alcohol was involved.
They said Assan-Luna was
not at fault.


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Enforcement is stressed


LOBSTER / From I

"Don't allow any one group
to dominate" the harvest, said
Ron Meyers, a former trapper
who now works with commer-
cial divers. "We're watching a
continuous decline in the har-
vest. We need to do something
because maintaining the status
quo doesn't cut it."
John Coffin said the plan left
him "disappointed and dis-
pleased" because "it could have
been written by OFF," the com-
mercial Organized Fishermen of
Florida group.
"I know about fishing to pay
the bills but if the FWC adopted
[trap] escape gaps, it wouldn't be
the end of the world."
Commercial trappers said
fishery managers are relying on
reports and catch numbers the
industry deeply distrusts.
"You need to spend more time
on the unknowns" like thievery,
trapper David Samm said. "You
read numbers off a piece of paper
like it was the Bible, and it's not
worth 2 cents."
Key Largo trapper Gary
Sands said fishery managers con-
stantly promise new restrictions


on trap numbers and catches will
increase the harvest "but it never
happens.... How much more pun-
ishment can you put on us?"
The proposals outlined at the
local workshops Monday in
Marathon and Tuesday in Key
West were endorsed by the
state's volunteer Spiny Lobster
Advisory Board. About half the
members of the advisory board
live or work in the Keys.
The plan recommends a halt
to the reduction of the number of
lobster traps in the fishery.
The original number, estimat-
ed at more than 900,000, has
been pared to 490,000. No
reductions have been made since
2004 because active hurricane
seasons destroyed so many traps.
Fishermen called for more
enforcement during July's two-
day mini-season and in the early
part of regular lobster season.
Jim Bellizzi of Islamorada
urged the state to make perma-
nent the nearshore 300-foot, no-
lobstering zone now used
throughout most of the Keys
during mini-season.
Commercial divers also
protested rules that say they can-
not dive within 50 feet of illegal-
ly placed artificial habitat on the


bottom.
"You often can't see 50 feet,"
said John Whalton. "If I can't
see it, how am I supposed to
know I shouldn't be there?"
Speakers at the Marathon ses-
sion generally endorsed a pro-
posal to require a special recre-
ational-license endorsement to
dive in Keys waters during, the
two-day mini-season. The
endorsement would include
paper tags that would have to be
affixed to the 12 lobster allowed
per diver.
It also would include an extra.
surcharge, the amount undeter-
mined. "If they don't livq here,
charge them $100," trapper
Walter Rentz said.
State staff said $10 is more in
the realistic zone.
About three dozen people
turned out Monday.
A 6 p.m. workshop today will
be held at South Miami Middle
Community on Southwest 60th
Street. Upcoming sessions are
planned in Fort Pierce, Fort
Myers, Orlando and St.
Petersburg.
Results of the workshops will
be presented to the full FWC
when it meets in the Keys in
December.


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Keys lobby D.C.


for sewer funds


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


A 15-member delegation from
the Keys returned home from a
trip to Washington, D.C., last
week with the feeling they made
great strides in the effort to secure
sewer funding for the Keys.
The group, which included
representatives from Ocean Reef
to Key West, met with U.S. sena-
tors Bill Nelson and Mel
Martinez and U.S. Rep. Ileana
Ros-Lehtinen, among others.
The visit was centered around
an effort to convince the Bush
Administration to include $29
million in the fiscal year 2008-09
budget for the Army Corps of
Engineers to address environ-
mental concerns with the Keys'
nearshore waters and coral reefs.
In a letter signed by Nelson,
Martinez, Ros-Lehtinen and
other congressmen, they wrote:
"In 2000, Congress recognized
the importance and urgency of
this effort and authorized $100
million for the construction of
water-quality improvements in
the Keys. So far only $7.25 mil-
lion has been appropriated."
Marathon Mayor Chris Bull,
who was part of the contingent,
said it was important the separate
Keys entities show solidarity in
the effort to secure funding.
"When I went up there in
April and sat with Sen. Nelson,
he said you bring a Keyswide
delegation and we can work on
things together," Bull said.
"Everyone was really encour-


aged, we all worked well with
one another."
Bull said the message the
group was sending was a simple
one that the federal govern-
ment should pay its fair share to
preserve the Florida Keys
National Marine Sanctuary.
"The Keys are dying and we
need help [saving] this national and
worldwide asset that is the coral
reefs. We're not going to have it in
five or 10 years if we don't do any-
thing about it," Bull said.
Monroe County Mayor Mario
Di Gennaro was also part of the
delegation and he echoed Bull's
sentiments.
"Everyone understands the
problem if we don't get
enough money, you can say
goodbye to our reefs," he said. "If
we don't do something to save
these reefs, our economy will die.
We can save them and it all
comes down to dollars now."
Bull said the group also lob-
bied to see Keys wastewater proj-
ects incorporated with- the
Everglades restoration plan.
"It has been proven we are
part of the Everglades ecosys-
tem," Bull said.
The visit to Washington, D.C.,
came on the heels of a Sept..14
meeting with state officials and
various Keys representatives.
The county is scheduled to pres-
ent aggregate wastewater project
costs to the county by Oct. 15 in
the hopes of securing funding at
that level as well.


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Keys Habitat chapter No. 19 nationwide


By KAREN QUIST
kquist@keynoter.com


Habitat for Humanity of Key
West & the Lower Florida Keys
has been recognized by the inter-
national organization as one of
the most productive chapters in
the United States for its 2006
work in the wake of Hurricane
Wilma.
Since Hurricane Wilma hit the
Keys Oct. 24, 2005, the Lower
Keys chapter, with the help of
more than 450 volunteers, has
repaired about 110 homes, said
Susan Miller, volunteer and
events coordinator. Thirty-five of
those repairs were completed in
2006.
In calculating the Lower Keys
group as the 19th most produc-
tive affiliate, the national organi-
zation measured house produc-
tion and repairs and tithing at its
1,732 affiliates in the United
States, Canada and Bermuda.
"That's pretty remarkable for
an area as small as this," said Bob
Calhoun, executive director. "As
far as I know, none of the others
[in the top 20] had populations of
less than 180,000."
Calhoun, who took the helm at
the beginning of 2006, credited
the work of his predecessor, Bert
Loudenslager, and former con-
struction director Bill Loewy for
much of what the group was able
to accomplish that year.
It "would not have happened
without tue two of them and all
the planning and preparation they
did," Calhoun said.
While nearly two years have
passed since Wilma's floodwaters
inundated the Keys, repair work
continues. Habitat volunteers are
still working on two homes, and
Habitat's construction manager
has to review what needs to be
done to 14 additional homes
approved for help.
Calhoun says he learned of the
ranking two weeks ago, when the
productivity list was distributed
to all U.S. affiliates. The Lower
Keys affiliate and others will be
recognized during Habitat for
Humanity's conference this week
in New Orleans. Calhoun is
attending part of that conference.
SMiller said financial support
for Habitat's 2006 efforts were
anchored by the My Key West
Emergency Fund of the
Community Foundation of the
Florida Keys, the Fred M. Klaus
and Harold L. Murphy Charitable
Foundation and Bank of


America, as well as hundreds of
other donors.
In other news, the affiliate has
moved its administrative offices
from Big Pine Key to 402


Appelrouth Lane in Key West. It
can be reached at 294-9006. A
small office will remain on Big
Pine Key and the Home Center
there is being expanded.
Construction projects will contin-
ue to be staged from Big Pine.


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Calhoun said the move, made
possible by a board member who
owns the building on Appelrouth,
makes sense.
"Our future projects are down
toward Key West, and most of the
people we serve are in that area,"


Calhoun said.
Habitat is working toward a
Dec. 1 groundbreaking on an 18-
home community on Big Coppitt
Key and is in talks to build a sim-
ilar community on Suncrest Road
on Stock Island.


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Water's everywhere

but the money isn't

When it comes to money for water projects -in the Keys -
whether it's treating sewage or finding better sources for potable
water nothing's ever easy.
The Keys got some bad news on the former front from the state
Legislature this week.
Balancing that, somewhat, it looks like our elected and appoint-
ed officials really are on one page when it comes to presenting a
unified front to get sewer money flowing from D.C.
The grim news comes out of the Legislature, which has been
meeting in special session this week to slash the state budget after
its mandate in the spring to cut taxes at the local level made it clear
the state is in a budget crisis itself.
The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority, responsible for our
potable water, is in the middle of an ambitious project to build a
desalination plant at its Florida City wellfield.
The plan, to pump and treat water from an aquifer other than the
overused Biscayne Aquifer, represents ahead-of-the-curve think-
ing for South Florida, where overdevelopment strains every natu-
ral resource, perhaps none more than drinking water.
The FKAA expects to receive $2.3 million from the state's new
budget to help fund its alternative water-supply program. The new
plant is projected to cost $40 million.
But lawmakers say to expect much of that to trickle away in
future years. Their message: Sorry, Keys, money is tight.
Officials say that for the 2007-08 budget, the water-development
program will be slashed from $60 million to $42.75 million and
to $37 million each year thereafter.
"It's very disappointing to see they are trying to do this,"
Aqueduct Authority Director Jim Reynolds said.
The result: FKAA customers can expect another 5 percent
water-rate hike the coming year on top of one already imposed
earlier this year. And this in a county that uses less water per capi-
ta than any other in South Florida.
The Legislature certainly needs to cut the state budget. But it
apparently is not looking at the quality of programs it's cutting. We
all lose because of it.
On the brighter side, a contingent of Keys officials headed to
Washington, D.C., last week to lobby our Florida senators, con-
gressmen and congresswomen and whoever else would listen to
them.
The subject, of course, was money for sewers, which are now
estimated at more than $600 million for this island chain.
Unlike other efforts, this was truly unified. The county, munici-
palities, sewer utilities and all other stakeholders came together to
make the same case protecting the nearshore waters of the
Florida Keys is good for everyone.
It's taken a lot of work to get there, and will take a lot more just
to see more federal money make its way down the pipeline. We
urge our leaders to keep the unity intact.


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Watch for lead in holiday toys


EDITOR:
Ladies and gentleman, the holiday season is
rapidly approaching. This time of year is to be a
joyous time the family, the food, and let's not
forget about the gifts.
There has been another toy recall due to exces-
sive amounts of lead. I know some of us tend to
think, Oh, I'm not worried. I'm very careful when
I purchase toys for my kids. If that is the way you
think, then you are in trouble.
I purchased a Chef Dora toy from the Family
Dollar in Tavemier in July. In August, it was


included in a massive recall due to lead.
For.those who are gearing up to holiday shop, I
urge you to read the "Made In" labels; look for
labels that say "lead free" or ask retailers if they
require lead tests on their products.
Our children's lives are priceless, and we as
their family are their only armor. So please, watch
what you buy and don't hesitate to ask questions
about it. For information on the recall, you can
visit www.cpsc.gov or call (800) 638-2772.
Carrie Cravey
Long Key


Key Largo chamber's influence grows


EDITOR:
As I prepare to pass the Key Largo Chamber
of Commerce board chairmanship to my friend
Katrina Lavene, please allow me to share a few
thoughts on the past year.
I want to thank Jackie Harder and her team of
dedicated people for all the help. They were there
to answer questions, set meetings, complete board
requests and provide large amounts of support. I
am grateful for their service attitude and devotion
to Key Largo.
I also want to thank my board members. I
asked a lot of them this year and they stepped up
to the challenge. Most of the board members have
full time jobs and busy schedules. They were
asked to take on additional projects/workload in
order to help local businesses. Many of the proj-
ects required endless meetings with local decision
makers.
I especially want to thank the board members

And the bands played on
EDITOR:
The Marathon Community Park is a fine spot
for a party, and a party is what they had.
Sunday's Boot Key Bivouac to honor veterans
was very well done with music from noon till
nightfall. The bands were too many to list without
missing one, but one group came out of retirement
for this gig.
The Key Lime Pie Band Terry Cassidy, Joe
and Mere Lynn Britz and a very good friend and
even better harp player Ron Bauman did an
hour-and-a-half set that included everything from
John Prine to-originals. The band looked and
played like it had never stopped. They joked and
told stories about the old days in Marathon and the
folks yelled requests and sang along.
The band has "something," some kind of magic
mojo that can bring you with them as they walk
across musical boundaries that most groups won't
touch. Their interaction with the crowd makes you
feel like you're in their living room.
What a pleasant afternoon. I can't say enough
about the event; All funds went to many local non-
profit groups Marathon High School scholar-
ship programs, Disabled American Veterans, the
American Legion and our Monroe County veter-
ans, to name a few.
What a good way to make a few bucks for
some fine causes. And the Key Lime Pie Band
was back, if only for a day. Job well done by all.
Willy Jenkins
Marathon


who served several terms: Bette Brown, 11 years;
Rob Bleser, six years; Cris Beaty, six years; and
Jim Boilini, four years. Their years of service are
greatly appreciated.
Finally, I would like to thank the chamber
members. We asked everyone to get more
involved in decisions that impact business in Key
Largo. The members who joined us in our efforts
to contact and influence the elected officials
should take pride in their impact.
The Key Largo chamber is now considered a
force for business in the Keys. Well done and
thank you.
There were many rewards and a few frustra-
tions for my year as chairman. We raised the
influence of the Key Largo chamber to new
heights with our ongoing face-to-face meetings
with elected officials. We were able to better com-
municate the needs, position and problems of
Florida Keys businesses.
We made strides with projects and issues like
transportation, employee housing, taxation and
government relations. We also became very
involved with many issues like sewer hookup, the
'Everglades management plan, county budgets,
tourist tax, Tourist Development Council spend-
ing, the Vandenberg scuttling and state tax reform.
In the future, I hope the Key Largo Chamber
of Commerce continues to grow in membership
and influence. It is the main group that represents
all types of business in the Upper Keys.
Thank you for my year.
Mike Shipley
Key Largo
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Keys News


Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Birds find Keys trouble


Many crashing
into windows,
try avoiding cats
By PAMELA J. SAUREZ
Keynoter Contributor

Wild-bird escuers are report-
ing an increase in the numbers of
migrating birds being injured
during their annual journey
through the Keys and are sug-
gesting ways for locals to offer a
bit of island hospitality to help
keep the snowbirds safe while
they pass through.
Kelly Grinter, executive
director of the Marathon Wild
Bird Center at the Crane Point
Museum and Nature Center,
mile marker 50, said some of the
most vulnerable birds flying
through the Keys right now are
the warblers.
The diminutive birds and
other migrating fowl are often
unaware of the dangers posed by
cats, cars and windows.
"The warblers will stop here
and take a break before they
make their big crossing, espe-
cially if the weather is really
windy or rainy," Grinter said.
"They'll just kind of hunker
down and maybe refuel while
they're here.
"Warblers are totally oblivi-
ous to cats. They're not familiar
with them and will allow a cat to
walk right up to them."
Grinter said cats attack birds
not necessarily because they are
hungry but because birds are fun
to play with. She said the bird's
tails are meant to come out easi-
ly if grabbed, but cats tend to
seize and break-- the bird's
wing instead.
Even if the bird survives the
initial feline attack, it may still
be in grave danger.
"Cats have a bacteria in their
saliva that is extremely toxic to
birds," Grinter explained. "So if
a cat even licks a bird, it can die
within three days. Any bird res-
cued from a cat's mouth must
receive antibiotics immediately.
We administer those" at the Wild
Bird Center, which in September
2006 merged with the Key West
Wildlife Center at Indigenous
Park across from the White
Street Pier.
Grinter said preventing
attacks by domestic cats is rela-
tively simple keep cats
indoors. If that's not feasible,


people can try attaching a bell to
their roving kitty's collar to
serve as an alarm for birds in the
cat's path.
"Bells can help a little, but
some cats learn to move so the
bell doesn't tinkle. So it's not a
guaranteed fix," Grinter cau-
tioned.
Let's say the warbler man-
ages to avoid cat attacks. The
next threat it faces comes from
windows, which just seem to
pop up out of nowhere for some
birds in flight.
Sarah Goodwin-Nguyen,
operations manager at the Key
West Wildlife Center, said her
center saw three warblers that
had collided with windows in
one day last week.
Two of the tiny birds died, but
one was saved.
And Grinter said she sees far
too many cooper's hawks each
year with compression fractures
caused by head-on collisions
with windows and glass doors.
"A cooper's hawk will be
chasing a bird and the bird
makes a sharp left or right, but
the hawk keeps going, right into
the window, head first," Grinter
said. "It crushes their spine and
they don't recover from that."
Grinter said birds see color
the same as people do. So if a
window reflects the blue of the
sky and the green of the grass,
birds will believe there is no
obstacle ahead and keep flying
until they hit the glass head on.
The key, she said, is to break up
the reflection somehow.
Blinds and curtains hung
inside the window are usually
not sufficient.
Grinter recommends standing
outside and looking for blue and
green reflections in a home's
windows and glass doors. If
reflections are detected, other
methods should be employed to
alter the bird's perception.
Grinter and Goodwin-
Nguyen said there are several
ways residents can help birds
avoid a direct hit.
Hanging various colorful,
shiny 12- to 18-inch long rib-
bons, or inflated balloons, from
glass windows or doors will help
birds avoid flying into the glass
and may also inspire the
neighbors to stop by for what
they imagine is a party in
progress.
For residents looking for a


less-conspicuous way to achieve
the same result, Goodwin-
Nguyen recommends a product
called WindowAlert decals. The
decals look like frosted glass and
contain a substance that reflects
ultraviolet sunlight, which is
invisible to humans but not to
birds. The product is available at
www.windowalert.com costs
$6.45, plus shipping, for a set of
four.
Goodwin-Nguyen said she
knows several families in Key
West that have applied the decals
to their home's glass, and they
have had no birds fly into their
windows since.
Another solution without a
doubt the easiest of them all -
is to not clean windows and
glass doors when they get dirty.
A coating of dust and grime will
break up the reflection'and allow
the birds to make a quick detour
before striking the glass.
However, despite all best
efforts, if a bird does hit the
glass, Goodwin-Nguyen said to
observe the bird for a moment
before taking any action. If the
bird is unconscious, contact the
nearest wildlife rescue organiza-
tion because it needs immediate


Photo courtesy McCLATCHY TRIBUNE
Warblers often find themselves stunned after hitting windows.
They also have a problem larger migrating birds don't cats.


medical attention.
But if the bird simply appears
dazed, Goodwin-Nguyen said to
put it in a dark, quiet place, pro-
vide a bit of water, and allow it
to relax and recover.
"He may be seeing stars for
awhile and just needs a moment
to get himself together,"
Goodwin-Nguyen said. "But if
he doesn't come around after an
hour or so, it's time to get some
help."


Following are contacts if you
find birds in trouble:
Upper Keys, Florida Keys
Wild Bird Center in Tavernier,
852-4486.
+ Marathon Wild Bird
Center, 743-8382.
+ Big Pine Key area Florida
Keys Wildlife Rescue, 872-
1982.
+ Key West Wildlife Center,
292-1008.


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State slashes FKAA project


That means rates
are going up
yet again
By DAVID GOODHUE
dgoodhue@keysreporter.com

The source of previously
relied-on state dollars for a
major Keys water project is
expected to dry up as part of the
Legislature's $1.1 billion budget
slash.
The Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority's Florida City desalin-
ization plant was the recipient of
$2.3 million from the state's
alternative-water-supply pro-
gram, and local water officials
were hoping more of the fund
could be tapped to help com-
plete the $40 million project by
2010.
But this is less likely now
that a major portion of that fund
is on the chopping block.
For the 2007-08 budget, the
program is being cut from $60
million to $42.75 million, and to
$37 million each fiscal year
thereafter.
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"It's very disappointing to
see they are trying to do this," he
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'We're going
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5 percent;
next year to
help pay for
this project.'
- Jim Reynolds
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bill. We're going to have to raise
it another 5 percent next year to
help pay for this project."
Other than the state altera-
tive-water-project fund and
rates, the FKAA used $20' mil-
lion of a $57 million bond
toward the project, Reynolds


said. FKAA officials are also
seeking federal assistance to
help pay for the plant.
The Florida City desaliniza-
tion plant is expected to be able
to produce up to 6 million gal-
lons of fresh water a day. The
source of the drinking water will
be brackish water from the
Floridan Aquifer, a natural water
system covering 10,000 square
miles in more than four states.
The FKAA already uses
some desalinized water.
During the dry season, from
December to May, about 5 per-
cent of the approximately 20
million gallons per day the
FKAA pumps to its Keys cus-
tomers comes from the Floridan
Aquifer.
Another desalinization plant
is expected to provide non-
potable water for Ocean Reef,
but it's not, as far along as the
Florida City Project.
The Keys also have two other
operating desalinization plants,
one on Stock Island and the
other in Marathon. The two
plants serve as backup water
suppliers to the Lower Keys in
case hurricanes or other disas-
ters damage Florida City's fresh-
water pipeline.
The first desalinization plant
in the United States was built in
the 1840s in Key West to serve
troops at Fort Zachary Taylor.


V briefs


Smugglers found,
migrants repatriated

The crew of the U.S. Coast
Guard cutter Knight Island repatri-
ated 50 Cuban migrants Monday
who were interdicted at sea in two
separate events since Oct. 2.
That day, a U.S. Customs and
Border Protection aircraft located
two go-fast vessels with a large
number of people aboard travel-
ing together 70 miles southeast of
Key Largo.
As the go-fast vessels got clos-
er to Florida's coastline, they
were tracked by air. Then a 33-
foot boat from Station Islamorada
was launched and the cutter
Sitkinak was diverted to intercept
the go-fast boats.
One of the boats was stopped
10 miles east of Key Largo.
Aboard were 14 Cuban migrants


and two suspected smugglers.
The second go-fast was intercept-
ed about 17 miles east of Key
Largo. "There were 20 Cubans
and two suspected smugglers
aboard.
. Then on Oct. 3 50 miles south
of Key West, crew of cutter
Sawfish found 16 Cuban on a rus-
tic boat.
As of Sept. 30, the end of the
Coast Guard's fiscal year, 7,422
Cuban migrants made 517
attempts to illegally, enter the
United States from sea.
While the number is up slight-
ly from the 7,050 in fiscal year
2006, the number of "events" is
down from 534 attempts in that
same year.
In fiscal year 2007, the Coast
Guard successfully 220 of the
517 attempts by Cubans to get to
the U.S


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Keys News


Wednesday, October 10, 2007 9


Mayoral vote is in a month


Charter change
moves the date
from March
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon Mayor Chris Bull
says he hopes it will be nothing
more than a formality, but due to
changes in the wording of the city
charter, the City Council in
November will go through the
process of selecting-a mayor and
vice mayor.
The change came about fol-
lowing the council's April enact-
ment of an ordinance changing
the date of city elections from
March to November to coincide
with county, state and national
elections. The ordinance fol-
lowed a nearly 58 percent voter
approval .of the change, which
appeared as a nonbinding refer-
endum on last year's ballots.
"Hopefully it is less of an
issue than the election last time,"
Bull said, referring to repeated
votes taking place over two meet-
ings in March before he was cho--
sen by a 3-2 vote to remain
mayor. "I think everyone was
under the assumption I would be
serving until November."
The selection date is Nov. 13,
according to the city charter.


A 37-year-old Tavemier man
who died while free-diving
.Friday was the Keys' 11th dive or
snorkel death of 2007.
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office deputies say Michael
Smith, 37, died while diving the
Duane wreck off Key Largo.
Smith was the captain of the
dive vessel on a trip from the.
Quiescence Dive Center in Key
Largo.
Deputies say a group of divers
told Deputy Vaughn O'Keefe
they were on their second
planned dive of the day and were
ascending when they saw Smith
descending down one of the
boat's mooring lines. He was
reportedly free-diving,. wearing
mask, snorkel and fins.
The group returned to the ves-
sel, but when 10 to 15 minutes


At that time, Bull will be only.
eight months into what was
intended to be a 12-mopth stint as
mayor.
'He pointed to his experience
dealing with state- and federal-
level politics, especially in light
of the Keys' struggle to procure
wastewater funding, as the main
reason he feels he should remain
mayor.
"Any of these council mem-
bers have the capability. I just
think right now, with what's
going on, it would not be the best
idea to change horses mid-race,"
Bull said.
Councilman Pete Worthington
was nearly selected on several
occasions in March before even-
tually withdrawing his name
from consideration. He says he
has no desire to pursue the office
this time around:
"I do not want to be mayor.
You saw what kind of cluster we
got into with the last vote. I have
no interest in being involved in
anything that looks that ridicu-
lous," he said.
Worthington added that "in
my opinion, Chris should serve
out until March."
Most council members,
including Vice Mayor Marilyn
Tempest, said they were unaware
or had not given any thought to


passed and they didn't see Smith,
they began to worry.
They searched the surface
and, not seeing him, two of them
reentered the water to search.
Smith's body was found on the
starboard side of the wreck, face
, down in the sand in about 120
feet of water.
They had to return to the boat
because they were running out of
air, deputies say. They switched to
new tanks, then returned to
retrieve his body. They then called
the U.S. Coast Guard which they
met on the way to John
Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.
The Coast Guard escorted them to
the park, where they arrived at
6:30 p.m. Paramedics pronounced
Smith dead on arrival.


the upcoming selection.
"I hadn't really thought about
it. It's not something I've been
out politicking for," she said.
Tempest said she feels the
office of mayor in Marathon is
largely ceremonial with no addi-
tional power than other council
members, but that it is an honor
to be selected by your peers for
the position.
"Anyone on council would be
a perfectly fine mayor," she said.
Councilman Don Vasil said he
is not strongly pursuing the posi-
tion, but "would be pleased to
represent this council as mayor"
should his colleagues select him.
"I'm looking forward to the
mayoral selection and I'll be sup-
porting that person who I feel is
least affected by special interests
or political forces outside the city
of Marathon," Vasil said.
Councilman Mike Cinque said
he has not given the selection any
thought, as he was unsure the
changes in the charter took effect
this November.
"Everyone up there is doing a
good job. If it came down to it I'd
accept it, but we have too many
important issues facing us right
now," he said.


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Island House co-owner Jon
Allen easily sums why he waited
until he was 45 to come out the
closet.
"I was scared."
Allen, also a member of the
Key West Business Guild, is orig-
inally from Climax, Colo., where
he says folks were of the mindset
that publicly announcing homo-
sexuality warrants a "lobotomy."
Climax, a ghost town once
known for having the country's
highest post office and railroad
station in terms of altitude, is now
a mining location.
Key West, Allen says, is a lit-
tle different.
And with National Coming
Out Day falling on Thursday,
Allen, along with many other gay
island residents, is voicing pride
for their hometown.
"The whole premise of Key


Coming Out Day
Thursday marks
our diversity
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


West is people being them-
selves," he said. "It's a culture we
have of being more focused on
what kind of person a person is
rather than what they do or who
they sleep with."
Scott Fraser, a member of the
Gay and Lesbian Community
Center, said it was Key West that
made him decide to be complete-
ly open about his sexuality.
Fraser is from Dunbarton,
N.H., where he was, among other
things, a police officer and a city
commissioner.
"I was only out to a few
friends," Fraser said. "Now I
know that was wrong, and it was
Key West that taught me that."
Fraser, 50, came out seven
years ago.
Laurie Thibaud is head bar-
tender at Aqua Key West, a gay-
owned and -operated bar at 711
Duval St. She says many visitors
to Key West enjoy a newfound
freedom while on the island.
As a gay woman, she speaks
passionately about Key West's
motto: One Human Family.
"I think the most important
thing about coming out is that
people get the respect they
deserve for being who they are,"
she said.
A crowd at Key West High
School has started a group promot-
ing Thibaud's progressive senti-
ments called the Gay and Straight
Alliance, something unheard of in
other parts of country.
The nationally recognized day
spawned from a demonstration in
Washington, D.C., in 1987 when
hundreds of thousands gay, les-
bian, bisexual and transgender


Americans marched, advocating
equality among all people.
The day also coincides with
the first day the famous AIDS
Quilt was displayed. The quilt
was created in San Francisco and
recognized those who fell victim
to the disease. Half a million peo-
ple visited the quilt, which con-
sisted of 1,920 different panels.
The Human Rights Campaign,
which advocates rights for gay,
lesbian, bisexual and transgender
Americans, has created a com-
ing-out project complete with a
detailed guide to the personal
growth of coming out, also dis-
pelling what it calls misconcep-
tions about homosexuality, such
as it's a choice or that same-sex
relationships don't last.
The group boasts spokesmen
such as retired NBA player John
Amaechi, who was the first play-
er to come out.
According to Human Rights
Campaign statistics, 99.3 percent
of all counties across the nation
claim same-sex couples and
according to the 2004 Congres-
sional Budget Office, the "federal
government could save more
then $1 billion a year by allowing
same-sex couples to marry."
The guide stresses the deci-
sion to come out should be "done
in your own way and in your own
time."
Allen agrees, highlighting
progress: "Fifty years ago, there
was no concept of being gay in
society. The consequences were
pretty disastrous."
Coming out "is just such a
relief," Fraser said. "I don't have
to worry about what I'm going to
say or what pictures will be
shown when I open my wallet."

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007


New village fees possible


They'd offset
stresses on
infrastructure
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Firms handling construction
debris in Islamorada could face
new licensing and fees under a
plan being considered by the
Islamorada Village Council.


A proposal going before the
council at its 5:30 p.m. Thursday
meeting would require private
firms dealing in "construction
and demolition debris collection
and roll-off containers" to seek
special certification.
A nonrefundable application
fee would be $2,000 annually,
plus extra permitting fees for
containers at ajob site. Firms also
would have to show proof of lia-
bility insurance.


Seabreeze project

will go forward


Judge: Village
must allow
redevelopment
Reporter Staff

The owner of the Seabreeze
Trailer Park in Islamorada got the
go-ahead from a judge Friday to
redevelop his land into an upscale
RV park.
The decision marks the end of
the two-year legal battle between
Islamorada and Seabreeze owner
Joe Wieselberg.
Wieselberg wants to transform
the oceanfront property at mile
marker 87.4 from 101 units 66
recreational vehicles and 35
mobile home units to a more
upscale 49-recreational-vehicle
park.


Monroe County Circuit Court
Judge Luis Garcia ordered
Islamorada to process
Wieselberg's site plan for the
property, which he submitted to
the village one day before the
Village Council placed a morato-
rium on redeveloping mobile-
home parks in 2004.
Garcia wrote in June that the
village was wrong to hold
Wieselberg to the moratorium
because his application was
received before the resolution
passed.
Garcia's ruling was the final
judgment in the case. Islamorada
had 30 days to appeal his June
ruling.
The Village Council voted to
process Wieselberg's site plan at
its Sept. 27 meeting.


Keys briefs


Not-guilty plea
entered for Bethel

Harry Bethel Jr., son of 16-
year Key West city commis-
sioner and now Utility Board
candidate Harry Bethel, had a
not-guilty plea entered for him
during his arraignment
Thursday on two counts of
arson and one of possessing a
firebomb.
His next court date is Oct. 31
and a trial could start as soon as
Nov. 13.
Bethel Jr., 46, allegedly tried
to set fire to a thatched-roof tiki


hut at 2102 Seidenberg Ave. on
Sept. 4 in what has been termed
a family dispute. He surren-
dered Sept. 11.

18-Mile Stretch
lane closes tonight

The northbound lane of U.S.
1 around mile marker 107 is
scheduled to be closed from 8
tonight to 5:30 a.m. Thursday
for work to rebuild the 18-Mile
Stretch.
Traffic will be alternated in
the southbound lane.


Transporting construction
debris places "stress" on local
infrastructure, according to the
draft ordinance. The fees esti-
mated at $24,500 to $31,000
annually would "offset
expenses require to maintain the
infrastructure."
In other items at the session at
the Islamorada Fire Station at
mile marker 81.8, the Village
Council:
Will receive seven pages of
recommendations for Isla-
morada's environmental sustain-
ability plan. The plan includes
taking steps to conserve energy
through increased use of solar
lighting and fostering native veg-
etation growth wherever possi-
ble, including road rights of way
now covered by gravel.
+ Accept a bicycle-and-
pedestrian transportation master
plan required by the state as part
of local comprehensive land-use
plans. The plan outlines areas that
could be improved or modified to
encourage more bicycling and
walking in Islamorada. No con-
struction is immediately associat-
ed with plan adoption.
Receive a staff recommen-
dation to approve a request from
Sally Bauer and the late Joe
Bauer to approve four market-
rate residences on eight-tenths of
an acre on Atlantic Avenue. The
units would replace existing resi-
dential units.


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Deal may reduce noncompliance fee briefs


Trailer park
didn't hook up
to sewer system
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

The owners of Roy's Trailer
Park on Stock Island have paid
close to half a million dollars
to hook up to the local sewer
system.
Now the Monroe County
Attorney's Office is asking the
County Commission to
approve a settlement that
would significantly reduce
code-enforcement fines levied
against the park owners.
"We're hooked up, paid up
and sewer's flowing through
like nobody's business," part-
owner Michael Browning said.
Browning and- his partners


in the 103-unit park-started
racking up $100-a-day fines in
September 2005 when county
Code Enforcement found the
park was not hooked up to the
central sewer system provided
by KW Resort Utilities.
The sewer system, built in
2002, was supposed to serve
1,500 units. To date, some
1,200 are connected.
Assistant County Attorney
Pedro Mercado proposes the
county reduce more than
$32,000 in fines for not hook-
ing up to about $3,300.
Roy's was one of 19 parks
embroiled in controversy over
the sewer project.
Many park owners cried
foul when they found that not
only would they have to come
up with $2,700 for each unit
for hookup fees, but they


would be responsible, for
installing vital system compo-
nents such as pumping stations.
Several audits and a grand-
jury investigation in 2004 con-
cluded the county could have
done more to provide infra-
structure for the commercial
parks during installation of the
system.
Browning said the holdup at
his park had more to do with
the payment plan offered by
the county.
Though the cost of hooking
up was set at $2,700 per unit,
significantly lower. than the
countywide average of $4,500,
it was a hit some of the parks
just. couldn't afford. The
County Commission approved
a 20-year payment plan to ease
the burden.
However, that plan does not
apply to commercial parks.
"We always wanted to hook


up and be in compliance,"
Browning said. "Two years ago
the county said they'd amortize
it, but then 'decided not to
amortize it."
The hookup fees added up
to about $278,000. Construc-
tion of lift stations and other
infrastructure, then decommis-
sioning an. existing on-site
sewer plant, brought the total
price tag to more than
$400,000, Browning said.
"We still believe we should
have been able to amortize it,"
Browning said.
He said the expense means
higher rents, something his
tenants can ill afford. Roy's
and a handful of other parks
provide what may be the last
truly affordable workforce
housing in the Keys.
The commission meets Oct.
17 at the Harvey Government
Center in Key West.


Woods to run against
elections chief Sawyer

Key West political consult-
ant Henn Woods says he plans
to run next year against long-
time Monroe County Elections
Supervisor Harry Sawyer.
In addition to consulting
on political campaigns,
Woods, a Democrat, is an
adjunct professor of political
science at Florida Keys
Community College.
Sawyer, a Republican, has
been elections supervisor
since 1988. He said he plans to
run for another four-year term.
Woods said he wants the
Elections Office to do more
public outreach. Sawyer said
hlu office does that already,
from eduica:non programs to
voter registration drives.


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Wednesday, October 10, 2007


FKAA takes


over Navy water


$45,2 million
deal expected
to save money
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com

Naval Air Station Key West
is all about privatizing these
days.
After a 90-day transition
period that started Sept. 25,
NAS Key West will be the first
base in the country to privatize a
utility, as a $45.2 million con-
tract has been signed with the
Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority to oversee six Navy
potable water systems in each of
its annexes.
The benefit: The 50-year
contract is expected to give
relief to taxpayers to the tune of
$7 million.
"From the perspective of
people who live on base, they
will see no change," said Sue
Brink, spokeswoman for the
Navy's Facilities Engineering
Command Southeast. "If they
were to run into a problem, they
would still call the same phone
number" for the Navy's Public
Works Department.
"Were basically buying the
recapitalization of our potable
waters," Public Works Officer
Lt. Cmdr. Greg Vinci said,
adding that like a recent privati-
zation project for military hous-
ing, privatizing water systems
frees up personnel to "concen-


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Vinci said he won't have to cut
his department because there are
only two plumbers who will still
have assignments inside build-
ings.
"We're allowing someone
who has the expertise to do
this," NAS Key West spokes-
man Jim Brooks said, adding
there were already frozen posi-
tions in the Public Works
Department that couldn't be
filled because of budgetary con-
straints, making the contract an
even efficient move.
FKAA spokeswoman Colleen
Tagle said the project's first task
is improving the distribution sys-
tems. Currently the annexes have
one major valve, so if there is a
problem, all residents' water
must be shut off, she said.
The next goal, she said, is
taking down two large water
towers near North Roosevelt
Boulevard and Kennedy Drive
because they've "outlived their
useful purpose."
All pump stations, storage
tanks, valves, meters and
hydrants will fall under the
FKAA's umbrella, which will
save money compared to the cur-
rent government ownership costs.
The "cumbersome" project
began in 1999, Brink said.
"They had to go through many
proposals."
The transition is official
Dec. 24.


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"Insect Asides" By Robert Wolfe Edited by Wayne Williams Solution in the Oct. 13 L 'Attitudes.


ACROSS
1 Capital of Italia
5 Witty remark
9 Play opening
13 Tubbies
19 Mineral springs
20 Strong impulse
21 Rel. grp.
22 To some extent
23 Mantrap
24 Fleming and Holm
25 Round Table titles
26 Philanthropists.
27 Ordinary material
eaters?
31 D.C. clock setting
32 Asian nation: abbr.
33 Stephen of
"Michael Collins"
34 Remorseful one
36 Temple tables
39 Before a while?
41 Advanced degs.
42 Low voice
45 Flits toward
47 Escorted across
50 Sticking stuff
51 vera
52 Forty winks
54 Grow weary
55 Mature
57 Polloi preceder
58 Houlihan and Burns
of "M*A*S*H"
59 Show lack of
respect, slangily
61 Three squared
63 Turning parts
65 987-65-4321 grp.
66 Company with a


spokesduck
67 Has-_
68 Word derived from
someone's name
69 Christmas song
71 Slandered in print
73 Toward shelter
74 Orb
76 Combination of cards
77 Witherspoon of
"Legally Blonde"
79 From Jan. 1 'til now
82 Illinois city
83 Haughty one
84 Vendor's goal
85 Over in Ulm
86 Go wrong
87 NASA partner
89 Takeover
91 Ump's relative
92 Stout's Wolf
93 Expenses
95 Frat brother-to-be
98 Like a vacuum
100 Leg joint
101 Mexicali Mme.
102 Dress accessory
104 Wakes
105 Abstinences from food
109 Pioneering TV co.
110 & so on & so forth
111 Ripken of baseball
113 Wan stingers?
119 "I, Robot" author
121 Cookie treat
122 Precipitate
123 Lendl or Pavlov
124 Coyote State's capital
125 Silent affirmatives
126 Pinball no-no


127 Singer McCann
128 Likes and dislikes
129 Latin 101 verb
130 Makes a lap
131 Cry out in pain
DOWN
1 Letters on invitations
2 Iridescent gemstone
3 Cradle call
4 Pronounces an initial H
5 Rapid beach hoppers?
6 River to the Caspian
7 Pay no heed to
8 Bugs
9 Polygonal church
projection
10 Snappy
11 The Velvet Fog
12 My treat!
13 Exchanges blows
14 Licorice flavoring
15 Hebrew letter
16 Dear, dear stingers?
17 Dinghy devices
18 Part of CBS
28 Negative connectors
29 Attacks
30 Jeweled coronet
35 Shaquille O'Neal's org,
36 Washington's successor
37 Syllables in refrains
38 Homeric insects?
40 Identical pests?
43 Tale
44 Quake
46 Follow
48 Projecting bay
window
49 Thin surface layers


50 Human beings
53 Bible book
56 Insects in a Travolta
film?
60 Methodological
discipline
62 Make lovable
64 Low digit
66 Eagles' nests
70 Above, poetically
72 Dracula's drink
74 Mote
75 Evita or Juan of
Argentina
78 Zeno of
80 Brief and to the point
81 Molten metal scum
85 By mischance
88 Fool's month
90 .Irritation creation
94 Darjeeling, e.g.
96 First racing channel
97 Accompanies
99 Coll. military course
101 Barrel parts
103 James Michener saga
106 Fern seed
107 Greek subs?
108 Kernels
111 Hawkeye Pierce, e.g.
112 Large continent
114 Diet successfully
115 Leave standing at
the altar
116 Actress Arden, casually
117 Statuesque
118 Break suddenly
120 A-Team member


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KEYNOTER


Xog. briefs


Kes Business


Reef Relief to shine


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Boulevakrd.i'i'npen to the "
public.
Incumbent Morgin
%k Pherson and former
T.Ma or Jimmy Weekley are
hcadimn t, a Nov. 6 runoff.
IThle, ',,ene the top two vote
getters in the Oct. 2 general
election in which neither
they nor the other four candi-
dates received a majority of
he Otc

Corps' Kruger talks
to Keys contractors

The Florida Kevy
Contra tor, A, 'i>ociatimon has
its n:e\t general membership
meting at Sombrero
Country Club in Marathon at
noon Tuesday.
One of the guest speakers
will be Paul Krugel trom the
U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers' Miami office,
who will discuss the unique
issues in the Keys regarding
docks and other structures..
Al.o peakingg \. ill be
Kell\ Zutelt of the Vandiiff
Insurance Co., m ho v. ill
address the necessity of
making sure marine contrac-
tors carry insurance.
Lunch i Ill be a' ailable
nd llhe meeting is open to
the general public.

Three open new
appraisal company

Matthew Zinismaster.
DeeDee Harnish and Susan
Kent ha e opened ihe Bone
landd Appraisal Co. at 925
\\hie St., Ke\ West.
The complan)iu orks. from
Ke) WeLt to Long Key.
The appraisers have accu-
mulated 20 years of experi-
ence in the field. the company ,
jas. For more. c.ill 2l5-i.b 36.


Key West inn
is Keys' fourth
Green Lodge
By KAREN QUIST
kquist@keynoter.com


Something clicked for Tom
and Nancy Coward during a
vacation earlier this year.
The owners of the Andrews
Inn & Garden Cottages in Key
West stayed at the Len Foote
Hike Inn, nestled deep in


Georgia's Amicalola Falls State
Park.
- The Cowards say their April
stay at the inn known for its
low-impact environmental prac-
tices translated terms like
"green lodging" into something
tangible.
"It takes the concept and
shows it in a working business,"
Nancy says. "When we got back,
I took it on as my cause."
Nancy scoured the Internet for
information and created "green


punch lists."
Changes at home came first,
but she soon turned her attention
to the six-unit guesthouse and
four cottages the couple owns
and runs in Old Town.
Working with husband Tom
and manager Jorge Carvaljo, she
took her newly acquired knowl-
edge and used it to pursue Green
Lodging certification.
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection pro-
gram requires that participating


Keys Spinal

Decompression

An expanding medical
center wants to save back-
pain suffers from doctor's
knives.
SOriginally starting in
Marathon, the Keys Spinal
Decompression Center
,-\panded to Key West barely
more than a month ago. It
aims to eliminate the pain
caused to exposed nerves
when the padding of the
spine is displaced, says
Kerry Lohrman, a marketer
for the center.
That padding can shift,
c ju ing debilitating pain.
Spinal decompression simply
spreads the vertebrae apart,
allowing the padding to
return to ilnrmnal placement
between the bones.
"The soft, spongy cushion
between the vertebrae if it
seeps out, it causes a lot of
pain," Lohrman said. "If the
spine is stretched out ... after
a month, it can heal itelf."
Stretching the spine
sounds painful. But Lohrman
said most patients feel so
iela\ed, the\ fall a,ileep.
Each neatment is only 30
minutes but treatment often
continues for a month.
Patients can expect pain
relief after a week of treat-
ment. Lohrman said.
In Ke\ West. Ihe Ke s
Spinal Decompretion
Center is ai 3712 N.
Roosevelt Blvd. In
Marathon, it's at 5800
Overseas Highway Suite 7.
Call 743-0756.


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meet at the Islander Resort in Islamorada as part of a networking event for BPW members
from Marathon through the Upper Keys.



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Keys Business


Wednesday, October 10, 2007 15


Florida actually lags behind


SOLAR / From 14

to show that installing solar is a
viable way to reduce our carbon
footprint," Reef Relief Executive
Director DeeVon Quirolo said.
"Fossil fuels warm the planet,
which increases the pathogens
that destroy our reef, so this
directly feeds into our mission to
save the reef."
But Quirolo admits the road is
long and that she cannot be sure
the panels at Reef Relief, 631
Greene St., will power the whole
building, even in the sunniest of
conditions.
"It's not easy, which is why
this is important to have a
demonstration project to teach
other people how to go about
this," she said.
Florida, a state known for its
sunshine, is actually only above
average in terms of direct shine.
Solar-panel experts from the
University of Central Florida say
the desert Southwest receives sig-
nificantly more sun and has better
results with- solar-power collec-
tion. South Florida is the best
area- for solar east of the
Mississippi and is on par with
central Nebraska or western
Arkansas.
"The desert Southwest has the
largest solar resource in the conti-
nental U.S., but Florida is not
very far behind," according to a
UCF report. "Consumers should
note that many parts of the coun-
try that have more state financial
incentives have a much poorer
solar resource, making Florida a


very cost-effective location for
using solar energy."
Barroso said Keys Energy is
also looking at installing a 2-acre
array of solar panels on Big Pine
Key, where the utility houses a
backup diesel power plant. The
plant would produce one
megawatt of power each day if
constructed, and help the Florida
Municipal Power Agency meet
state standards for renewable
energy.
But the company admits the 2
acres are far from a solution for
Keyswide power: Keys Energy
customers use 135 to 145
megawatts of power each day.
But Barroso says the plant would
help put a dent in the larger
power agency's goal of increas-


ing renewable energy sources.
"It's probably not much," he
said. "But when you combine it
with others across the state,
together we have a big voice."
To learn more: Check to see if
your business or home can
receive benefits for installing
solar panels: www.clean-power
.com/CleanPowerEstimator/
default.aspx
On a related note, last month
Keys Energy and others from
county and state agencies met
with Keys Hydro Power, a group
that hopes to use tidal currents to
power the Keys.
That group hopes to begin
installing test units into the
seabed near Bahia Honda.


1 briefs


Permit fees go
into effect Dec. 1

Everglades, Dry Tortugas and
Biscayne national parks and Big
Cypress National Preserve are
implementing a standard applica-
tion fee for special-use and film
permits.
At each location, a non-refund-
able fee will be collected with
each permit application. Other
park-specific fees may also apply.
Parks officials say the addi-
tional fees are based on actual
costs incurred by the National
Park Service for private or com-
mercial events in the parks such


as filming, weddings and organ-
ized group campouts.
The $100 filming application
fee, already in place at Biscayne
and Big Cypress, will also be col-
lected at Everglades and Dry
Tortugas starting Dec. 1.
For more information, contact
the following park-permit pro-
gram coordinators:
+ Everglades and Dry
Tortugas national parks: Skaidra
Kempkowski, (305) 242-7732.
+ Big Cypress National
Preserve: Ed Clark, (239) 695-
1108.
+ Biscayne National Park.
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GREEN / From 14

hotels adopt measurable practices
that conserve resources and
reduce waste.
Late last month, the Andrews
Inn & Garden Cottages was certi-
fied as the Keys' third Green
Lodge. The fourth and fifth, the
Old Town Manor in Key West and
Deer Run Bed and Breakfast on
Big Pine Key, recieved their des-
ignations this week. The Keys'
other two Green Lodges, the
Banyan Resort and the Gardens
Hotel, were designated in August.
Among the changes at
Andrews:
+ Instituting a towel and bed
linen reuse program for guests.


Switching to energy-effi-
cient light bulbs.
+ Consolidating laundry from
each cottage to the guesthouse,
where they now have a front-
loading washer-and-dryer combo
- Energy Star-certified, of
course, (Energy Star is a joint pro-
gram of the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency and U.S.
Department of Energy designed to
encourage the. use of energy-effi-
cient products and practices.)
+ Turning off the air condi-
tioners in vacant rooms.
+ Replacing disposal plastic
cups with washable acrylic ones.
+ Installing soap and sham-
poo dispensers in showers.
Putting small recycling bins
in each room.


Composting yard waste.
"I can't stress enough how
easy it was," Nancy says. "With a
lot of these changes you don't
even notice a difference."
Much of what the Andrews
Inn is doing can be applied to any
home or business, she says, and it
doesn't have to be an expensive
or complicated process.
"You don't have to replace
your fixtures, you just have to
install an aerator. As you need to
replace appliances, you need to
go for Energy Star," Nancy says.
"We're recycling toner car-
tridges, getting faxes sent to the
computer instead of a printer,
printing on both sides of the
paper.... These are things that any
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Keys briefs


Mac enthusiasts
discuss new iWork

The Lippcr Kc. Mac
LiUer Group host-. Joe
Kukella of Macintosh
S semi-s Solullons [to 11trO-
duce Apple's iVWork package
at 7 p n. Thursday at the Ke\
Largo library, 's Co.mrmunit\
Room in 'Trade \\ uid Plaza
'The discussion will focus
on inino' .,ti e approaches to
the same old software. Call
451-4-i01 for nm-re.

Ham-radio group
gathers Thursday

The Monroe County
-nmateur Radio Emrergenc.i
Sen ices Group meets at "'*33
p.m. Thursday at the
Islamorada library. For tur-
ther information contact Brad
at 664-.S86 or kobuk@ bell
south.net.

Flu-shot clinic Friday
at WomanKind

Flu shots are at
WomanKind. a Ke.v West
women's health center. from
9 a.m. to noon Friday.
Shots, are $30 and made
a\ ailablc through Hospice of
the Flonda Ke s/ Visiting
Nurse Association. No
appointment is needed and
shots are open to e\er\one.
WomanKind is at 3142
Northside Drie. Suite 101.
For infomuaton on this or
other VWoman Kind programs.
call 294--4(004.

Banker addresses
Upper Keys AARP

The Upper Ke~- AARP
meets from 2 to 4 p.m.
Thursday at the Ke\ Largo
Ci. ic Club. nule marker 100
oceanside across the street
from the Lions Club.
Community Bank in\ est-
ment representative Jack
Nolan % ill discuss the stock
market, how to buy stocks
and fees uinolved. For more
information call 853-0907.


Birders preying on birds of prey


And so much
more happening at
wildlife festival
By PAMELA J. SUAREZ
Keynoter Contributor

This weekend marks an excit-
ing time for bird watchers and
other nature enthusiasts, as the
ninth annual Florida Keys Birding
and Wildlife Festival comes to
Curry Hammock State Park at
mile marker 56.
The three-day event, which
begins Friday, coincides with
what is projected to be the peak of
the yearly raptor migration over
the Keys, giving festival-goers a
unique opportunity to witness one
of Mother Nature's most enduring
and endearing spectacles the
annual exodus of some of the
world's most majestic birds of
prey as they fly south for the win-
ter.
Festival organizer and park
ranger Steve Dimse said those
attending last year's festival were
treated to the breathtaking sight of
America's beloved national bird
soaring over the park, and he
hopes for a repeat performance
this year.
"We had bald eagles flying in
low during the festival last year
and that was really kind of cool,"
Dimse said. "And since the raptor
count is hitting full swing [during
this year's festival], we might get
the chance.to see them again."
Falcons, hawks, eagles and
owls are examples of raptors,
which are characterized by having
a carnivorous diet and possessing
extraordinary eyesight, hooked
upper beaks and sharp talons to
seize prey. According to Hawk
Watch International, the Keys
"may be the most exciting loca-
tion in the country to watch the
migration of falcons."
Dimse said the festival, which
is anchored at Curry Hammock
but has a menu of events and
activities spanning from Key
Largo to the Dry Tortugas, has
been growing each year as atten-
dance has increased.
The Monroe County Tourist
Development Council advertises
the event nationally.
"Last year we had the biggest
turnout ever," Dimse said. "We
had about 600 people. I'd say it


was split 50/50 between locals Bird Center.
and people from outside the Friday evening is the official
Keys." kickoff at the Marathon Garden
As a special treat for Monroe Club with dinner, a silent auction,
County residents, the festival is a concert by Florida folk singer
offering a locals' discount for a Grant Livingston, and a keynote
big field trip Sunday an all-day address by butterfly expert Dr.
guided birding excursion to the Marc Minno.
Dry Tortugas led by Oron Bass, Saturday's activities include a
supervisory wildlife biologist for series of lectures at the Mara-thon
Everglades and Dry Tortugas. library, more chances to partici-
national parks. pate in kayak tours
"I'm hoping we'll see a num- and visits to
ber of warblers, thrushes, shore- 1 o c a 1
birds maybe e.en some raptors a t r a c -
like peregrines. merlin,. sharp- ,tions, an
shinned ha\'ks and Amelican en iron -
kestrels." Bass said mental fair
The trip costs $150 tor non- at Curr
residents and sllnl for residents Hammock.
with Monroe Count. photo identi- and an
fiction. Round-trip len\ trans- evening pro-
portation trom Ke\ \\est. L-ram at the
breakfast, lunch and the park \\nh
guided loui are _
inclL de d .
Reservations are -L. .'" -'-'
required. .
But
first
things
first. '" .
The festi- .
val starts
Friday\ 1 Wi
morning a
with a
variety oft
activities /
ranging tromn
kayak tours to \ isis
to local attraction,
such as the Turt ,,
Hospital. the Kal
Do 1 phi n Wit
Resea ch Amn
Center and las
the Florida .. sm
Keys \\lid it -AN..E an


SJim
Duquesnel
of the
Florida Park
*.'J Service talks
0.* { about the
benefits of
landscaping
with native
plants.
music, a marshmallow roast and
an astronomy presentation.
Sunday brings more opportuni-
ties to enjoy kayaking and area
attractions, as well as an all-day
children's environmental fair at
Curry Hammock.
In addition, registered atten-
dees are invited to witness the rap-
tor count taking place within the
park.
Hawk Watch International, an
organization dedicated to protect-
ing and monitoring birds of prey
and their environments, has sent
two hawk counters to Curry
Hammock as part of the Florida
Keys Raptor Migration Project,
and they will work from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. each day during the festi-
val.
John van Dort, hawk counter
and avid birder, said he traveled
from his home in Holland to par-
ticipate. Hawk Watch Inter-
national is paying a stipend to van
Dort and Cole Wild of Colorado
to conduct this season's monitor-
ing, from Sept. 15 to Nov..7.
The peregrine falcons being
counted in the Keys are on a flight
path to Central and South America
or the Caribbean from their homes
as far north as the Arctic.
Festival registration is $15 per
person, and although some activ-
ities are included in the registra-
tion cost, others require an addi-
tional fee. Visit www.keys-
birdingfest.org for a full
schedule.

ryn Buckley from the Marathon
d Bird Center shows off an
erican kestrel named Baby at
t year's festival. Baby was
uggled illegally into the country
d is too tame to be released.









Keys Sports & Outdoors


Wednesday, October 10,2007
KEYNOTER f


'e"s briefs


Dragon-boat team
competes Saturday

The Florida Ke\, Dragon
Boat Cluib Is competing in
the South Florida Dragon
Boat Festi al Sarurda', and
Sunday at Haiilo' er Beach
Park in North Miami.
The Ke\ N boat has a
crew of 210 paddlei- to corm-
pete against 40 other teams
from across the state and
country. They recently had a
workshop with Team UCAF
(United Chinvw-e Association
of Florida), hluch c.amut to
Little Torch Key and joined
up v. ith the Ke,\ club for
practice at Ne\v. found
Harbor.
Anyone interested in
paddling '. ith the Florida
Keys Dragon Boat Club can
call John Duke at 304-5 100.

Sombrero Regatta
ready to set sail

The Boot Ke% Sailors
Association host< the third
annual Sombreio Light
Regatta Oct. 20.
The regatta ill1 start and
finish in front of the Seven
Nile Bridge. \\ th the course
set around Sombrero Light.
A meeting for captains and
crei is set for 6 p.m. Oct.
19 at the back deck of the
City of Mlarathon Marina.
To come up \ ith this
year's T- shin design, an art
contest is being held at
Marathon Hich School. The
winning artit.t \ ill be hon-
ored with first- and second-
place prizes of %50 and $25
at the post-race barbecue
and a'Aards ceremony. Their
work -, ill also be display Ced
at the marina and raffled off.
with all proceed-. to benefit
the Marathon High Schools
Art Program.
For more information,
call Dave at 849-1402 or
Andrea at 923-1200.

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Canes roll in Homecoming

Rini, Soares
lead Keys team
in a 39-0 rout
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


For Homecoming, Coral
Shores played it safety.
The Hurricanes rang up three
of the two-point defensive scores
- all on botched long snaps,
including, two on, consecutive
Highlands Christian drives to
blank the visiting Knights, 39-0,
at the annual Coral Shores
Homecoming game.
"This was a crazy game," said
Coral Shores head coach Todd
Gideon, who got a Gatorade
shower from his team after the
Hurricanes' first regular-season
home win since 2005.
"Our defense was swarming
them," Gideon said.
Quarterback Chris Rini scored
on runs of 54 and nine yards, and
running back Jason Soares
reached the end zone on runs


See CANES / 18


Conchs re


football sl


Team stops Mater,
improves to 3-3
this grid season
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Coming off an inspiring victo-
ry over Mater Academy that
evened its record at 3-3, the Key
West High School football team
will try to upset undefeated
American Heritage in a 7:30
homecoming game Friday night at
Tommy Roberts Memorial
Stadium.
The Plantation team, ranked
eighth last week in the Miami
Herald's South Florida Top 20
poll before a 21-0 victory over
Coral Springs Charter, is 6-0 and
has outscored its opponents, 144-


Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Jason Soares (6) drives toward the Highlands Christian goal line to score one of his two
touchdowns in the 39-0 Homecoming win by Coral Shores. Blockers Jake Pinder (79) and D.J.
Farr (right) helped pave the way.


verse Harden sets Conch


ump cross-country record


16.
"They are pretty decent," Key
West coach Robert James said of
the Patriots. "They are pretty big
and pretty physical."
James was still talking in
glowing terms this week about his-
team's 22-15 home victory over
Mater Friday night in a District
16-3A game whose start was
delayed an hour and a half by
lightning.
Trying to avoid a third succes-
sive loss, the Conchs appeared to
be facing overtime after Mater
tied the game, 15-15, with two
minutes to play.
"I didn't think we'd go to over-
time and apparently the kids did-
n't either," James said.
See CONCHS / 19


Sophomore's
13th at Titusville
track meet
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Taking 41 seconds off his
previous best time, Key West
High's Zach Harden set the
school sophomore 5K cross-
country record Friday- at the
Flrunners.com Invitational at
windy Chain of Lakes Park in
Titusville.
Harden, who finished 13th
in a time of 18 minutes, 2
seconds, broke the record of
18:17 set in 2002 by David
Gonzalez.
"To be 13th was a really
good performance, especially
for a sophomore," said


Conch boys' coach Terence
White, who believes Harden
will break 18 minutes this
season. "I expect him to keep
moving up in the field the
next couple of years."
The boys' race was won
by Ryan Harris of Oak Hill in
16:29.
It was a good day for both
the Key West boys and girls
runners.
Sophomore Cale Hartle
(19:25) and freshman Robert
Rupp (19:45) both ran per-
sonal bests, finishing 57th
and 73rd, respectively.
Sophomore Kevin McCord
(20:53) lowered his time by a
minute and sophomore Shaun
Hamilton ran the 5-kilometer
See RUNNING / 19







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CANES / From 17

from six yards and 37 yards.
Senior running back Manny
Gonzalez capped the scoring from
16 yards out with 8 minutes left.
Officials then called for a run-
ning clock but after a Highlands
Christian player went down with a
leg injury and the rain started
pouring, the Knights coach asked
for the game to be called.
"Our guys saw that their hard
work paid off," Gideon said.
Coral Shores (2-2 regular sea-
son, 3-2 overall) goes on the road
to Broward County this week to
take on the 5-0 Eagles of
Hollywood Christian. "That will
be a bruising game," Gideon said.
In 2006, the Canes scored 36
points against Hollywood but
gave up 50.
The shutout performance
against Highlands Christian of
Pompano Beach gives the Canes a
boost heading to Hollywood.
Junior tackles Justin Marshall
and Kyle Marshall anchored the
defensive ,front that stuffed
Highlands' ground game.
The Knights ripped off a 30-
yard run on their first play from


scrimmage but never again drew
closer than the Coral Shores 32.
Freshman linebacker LeDarius
Sanders made several stops and
broke up a pass, while cornerback
Randell Jackman sacked the
Knight quarterback for an 11-yard
loss. Travis Sebastian recovered
an early fumble for the Canes.
The Coral Shores offense
kicked into high gear in the sec-
ond half after a 16-0 first half.
On Coral Shores' third posses-
sion of the game, the Canes faced
third-and-15 when Rini found
Jackman for nine yards. On fourth
down from the Cane 46, Rini
dropped back to throw and then
broke for the open field in front of
him for a 54-yard score with 5:51
left in the first quarter.
On the following possession,
Highlands Christian tried to punt
from its own 23 but the ball sailed
into the Knight end zone for the
first safety.
An interception by Highlands
Christian stopped a second-quar-
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punt put the Canes in business in
the second quarter at the
Highlands 36.
Soares ran for 22 yards, and
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scoring run with 4:41 left before
halftime.
The Hurricanes made it back to
the end zone with 3:26 left in the
third quarter, after a 20-yard drive
set up by another short Knight
punt.
Ryan Biondoletti ran for 10
yards on an end-around, and
Soares slipped through the
defense from six yards out.
Stops by T.J. Sabalka and
Gonzalez pinned the Knights at
their own 36, where another bad
snap on a punt ended in a safety.
Coral Shores then needed only
three plays to go 66 yards, with
Rini throwing eight yards to Julius
Blankenship and 21 yards to
Jackman, who made a leaping
catch.
Soares eluded the Knights on a
37-yard touchdown run, capped
with a somersault into the end
zone. The display drew a flag, and
an admonishment from the coach.
But spirits were high with the
win inevitable, assured when
another safety and Gonzalez's
score sealed it.
Standout kicker William
Bassett consistently pinned the
Knights deep on kickoffs, and
missed only two extra points -
both when penalties left him try-
ing what amounted to a 35-yard
field goal.
The Hurricane defense will be
tested at Hollywood. The Eagles
are coming off a 47-0 win over
Northwest Christian and have
outscored their five foes 174-55.

Keys briefs


Kiwanis taking
children fishing

The Kiwanis Club of the
Upper Keys holds its annual
Kids Fishing Derby Sunday at
Holiday Isle Resort in
Islamorada.
Teams of an adult and child
can fish aboard one of three
party boats. Entry fee is $50 per
team, which includes the boat
trip, bait, tackle and a T-shirt.
Each child receives a photo
keepsake and trophy. In addi-
tion, each child will get a new
rod-and-reel set to keep.
Dinner will be served by the
Outback Steakhouse at the dock
after they return from fishing.
Anyone who wants to partic-
ipate can call Lisa Feliciano at
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Princeton does in Eagles


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played Princeton's rival Panthers
three times.
The Eagles (8-3) traveled to
Princeton for a Friday contest but
fell, 4-0.
"We had a game plan but did-.
n't begin to execute it," ICS coach
Robert Lucas said. "We just didn't
pass the ball like we need to."
On the upside, Island Christian
could yet have a chance to win
when it counts the most, in the
district tournament beginning Oct.
22.
"There's a very good chance
we could see Princeton again,"
Lucas said.
A game Tuesday against St.
Brendan (results not available at
press time) determined whether
the Eagles finish second or third in
district 'behind frontrunner
Princeton.
Either way, Lucas said, the
Eagles have qualified for a semifi-


Young scores winner


CONCHS / From 17

Lineman Korey Rodriguez
received a short Mater kickoff and
ran to the Lions' 48-yard line.
From there, the hard running of
senior Alfred "Buck" Rahming
and sophomore Michael Sohi put
the Conchs inside the 10.
Then with 38 seconds left,
quarterback Phillip Young ran six
yards for the winning touchdown.
"That was the most determina-
tion I've seen us play with since
2004," James said. "The kids
absolutely wanted it.
"If we could play with that
urgency all the time, my job
would be easier ... but unfortu-
nately we don't."


The Conchs had taken a 12-7
lead early in the fourth quarter
when Sohi ran 25 yards for a
touchdown, the Conchs' first TD
in three games.
Key West placekicker Thomas
Daubs had another good game
with two extra points and field
goals of 37 and 35 yards.
"It's been a blessing that he
came here," James said of Daubs,
a transfer from Seabreeze High in
Daytona Beach who has kicked
five field foals in eight attempts.


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"We're trying peak for the
district meet, and Tyler is
right on track," girls' coach


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NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

Notice is hereby given by the City Commission of the City of Key West,
Florida, and further in accordance with the requirements of the provi-
sions of Section 100.342, Florida Statutes the City Commission of the
City of Key West, Florida, will submit to the electors of the City of Key
West, Florida on November 6, 2007 at the General Election in Key
West, Monroe County, Florida, the following entitled question:
"Referendum Authorization to Lease Real Property to the Bahama
Conch Community Land Trust."
"Shall the Naval Properties Local Redevelopment Authority of the City
of Key West ("LRA") be authorized to lease real property of approxi-
mately 6.6 acres at the Truman Waterfront to the Bahama Conch
Community Land Trust, for a period of 99 years at the rate of one dol-
lar per year, the final terms of which must be approved by the LRA, for
uses including approximately 60-70 affordable housing units, a cultur-
al arts center, small business retail spaces, and a youth development
and/or convention center?"
"Referendo Autorizaci6n para arrendar inmueble al Fideicomiso de
Inmuebles Comunitarios de Bahama Conch".
"iDebri autorizarse a la Direcci6n de Reurbanizaci6n Local de
Propiedades Navales de la Ciudad de Cayo Hueso ("LRA", su sigla en
ingl6s) para que arriende una propiedad inmobiliaria de alrededor de 6.6
acres en el Truman Waterfront al Fideicomiso de Inmuebles
Comunitarios de Bahama Conch, por un perfodo de 99 afios por la suma
de un d6lar al afio, los t6rminos finales de lo cual tienen que aprobarse
por la LRA, para usos que incluyen aproximadamente de 60 a 70
unidades de vivienda de precio m6dico, un centro de artes culturales,
espacios para negocios pequefios de ventas al detalle y un centro de
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Raiders pounce on the Fins


False starts are
among problems
for the 3-3 team
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

They took a 7-0 lead early in
the first quarter Friday, but
things only got worse from
there for Marathon High
School's football: Dolphins
against undefeated Class 2A
Gulliver Prep.
The Raiders' potent offense
took advantage of Dolphin mis-
cues and penalties, defeating
Marathon on its home field, 42-
11.
"If you watch the film, you
thought we might be the better
team, but they started to take
advantage of our mistakes,"
Dolphins coach Lance Martin
said. "If we don't make mis-
takes, it might have been differ-
ent, but we're still making the
little ones. We had five false
starts and they're coming from
seniors, which is the hardest
thing to understand."
After the fast start, the
Dolphins struggled to get going
offensively against Gulliver.
They were outgained overall
375 to 145.
Senior running back Sergio_
Howard never really got going,
rushing for 40 yards on seven
carries. Quarterback Kenny
White completed just nine of
seven passes for 14 yards.
Quarterback Doug Papy had
a big game for the Raiders,
throwing for 267 yards and four
touchdowns.
"Last year he didn't impress
me much, but he must have
done a lot of work. He throws
the ball on time and he's
improved a great amount,"
Martin said.
But Marathon looked strong
at the outset against Gulliver,
forcing a punt on their opening
drive. The Dolphins then quick-
ly drove down the field and
scored on a White touchdown
run to take a 7-0 first-quarter
lead.
On the Raiders' ensuing pos-
session, Dolphin senior corner-
back Stanley Jean-Charles
intercepted Papy and put the
team back in good field posi-
tion. But the drive would stall
and an unsuccessful fake punt
play gave Gulliver the ball on a


short field.
The mistakes Martin men-
tioned showed up on their next
drive when the Dolphins
jumped offsides on a fourth-
down play to give the Raiders a
first down. They would score on
another fourth down and take a
7-6 lead after a failed two-point
conversion.
After a three-and-out by the
Dolphins on their next posses-
sion, another miscue would put
the Raiders back on a short
field. Senior punter Jamie
Holding was unable to get his
kick away after fumbling the
snap and Gulliver took over at
the Marathon 24-yard line.
The Raiders took advantage
of the short field, converting
another fourth down en route to
their second touchdown.
Another failed conversion left
Gulliver up 12-7 in the second
quarter.
Marathon looked like it
would escape the half down
only 12-7 after stopping the
Raiders on a fourth-down red-
zone play with 2:30 left in the
half.
But with the half nearly over,
Papy threw a 2-yard pass that
ended up being a 75-yard touch-


down, putting Marathon down
18-7 at the half.
"The long touchdown at the
end of the first half just sucked
a lot of life out of them. They
got down on themselves, I
believe," Martin said.
Gulliver at one point in the
second half would score touch-
downs on three consecutive
possessions to put the game out
of reach. The Dolphins tacked
on two late safeties.
Ross played well in relief of
White late in the game, some-
thing Martin was waiting to see
for some time. If Ross is able to
perform consistently at quarter-
back, White could be move to
wide receiver or running back,
more natural positions for him.
"Last Friday he looked like
he had confidence and made
some great throws," Martin said
of Ross.
The Dolphins (3-3) will now
play their next three games
against district opponents, start-
ing with a home game Friday
against Florida Christian
School.
Other than University
School, each game for
Marathon has been a step up in
classification. Their three losses
have come against teams with a
combined 17-1 record.


Knight sets bar higher


Conch swimmer
eclipses 2 marks
for Key West
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Key West High School senior
swimmer Luke Knight set a
school record Saturday in the 50-
yard freestyle as he finished sev-
enth in the Florida Swimming
Pool Association Invitational
Meet at the Orlando YMCA
Aquatic Center.
Knight's time of 22.27 sec-
onds eclipsed his previous best
of 22.4. He was 1.3 seconds
behind race winner Gregg Cooke
of Sickles High in Tampa.
Knight, who also set a school
record of 48.8 in finishing 10th
in the 100 freestyle, was one of
eight Conch swimmers who
went to the meet, which drew
some of the best teams in


Florida.
The four girls who participat-
ed all lowered their times in the
50 freestyle Effie Ford
(27.62), Rachel Kohler (27.87),
Alessandra Hally (28.06) and
Noelle Lark (29.17).
Jake Brown swam a 59.41 in
the 100 butterfly, just off his best
time. Max Kohler lowered his.
best time by a second in the 500
freestyle, and Clay Wagner
swam in the relay events.
"We got a taste of what it's
like to swim at a big meet,"
coach Lori Bosco said. "There
were some really fast swimmers
and we'll see some of them at the
state meet.
The Conchs will conclude
their regular season when they
swim at 5 p.m. today against
Coral Shores and Marathon in
the annual Monroe County
championships at the Florida
Keys Community College pool.


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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Wednesday, October 10, 2007 21


Victors too much for Fins


Volleyball falls
in five games,
drops to 2-8
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


It was deja vu all over again for
the Marathon High School girls'
volleyball team against Miami
Christian School Friday, coach
Kevin Freeman said.
The Dolphins lost to the
Victors in -five games and in
exactly the same order as their
road loss to them earlier this sea-
son. The Victors came into the
match 16-2, having lost only to
district powers Westminster
Christian and Palmer Trinity.
The Dolphins (2-8) won the
first and third games before losing
a tightly contested fifth game. The
scores were 25-21, 20-25, 25-19,
18-25, 13-15.
"It was pretty much a complete
replica of the games at their place.
We dominated them in the games
we won, but they got early
momentum in the fifth" and
closed it out, Freeman said.
Friday was the final home
game for the Dolphins this year.
Before the match, Freeman
presented seniors Alexis Culver,
Jessica Brier, Mandy Ibsen and
Yari Alpizar with flowers and a
plaque in appreciation of their
contributions over the years.
Brier led the Dolphins in the
match with 13 kills, six blocks and
five aces, while Culver had 10,
kills, four blocks and two aces.
"Jessica played .probably her
best match of the season,"
Freeman said.
Junior Vanessa Sardina had
nine blocks and three kills as the
Dolphins continued to play
aggressively at the net. Freeman
said the team has worked hard on
that aspect of their game of late.
"That's a career high for her;


she played great at the net. She's
starting to turn the comer as far as
being aggressive at the net,"
Freeman said of Sardina.
The Dolphins posted 20 blocks
overall, even though missing three
starters forced their lineup to be
switched around. Freeman said a
closed-door meeting earlier in the
week helped bring the girls back
together as a team.
"We said we needed to become
a team again. We can lose the rest
of the games, but if we play
together and practice hard we can
still be successful," he said.
It showed on the court Friday
as the Dolphins took two of the
first three games.
"Going into the fourth game
we had momentum. We were up
9-5 and 11-7, but they went on a
tear," Freeman said. "We got
overconfident and didn't finish."
The Dolphins will play a tour-
nament starting Friday hosted by


Senior Jessica
Brier hits one of
her season-high
13 kills against
Miami Christian
School Friday as
teammate
Shelby Kuck
i 'i,,w.a. looks on. The
Friday match
S was the last one
Sat home for Brier
and three other
Marathon
seniors.
S-" ynolsr photo by
__ R,ar McCarthy
Florida Christian School before a
Wednesday matchup with Keys
rival Coral Shores High School in
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The Marathon High School
golf team took a step backward
Friday against an undefeated
Miami Country Day squad, los-
ing 157-182.
The team shot well in recent
matches, but even senior star Jay
Hegland struggled against a very
tough opponent, shooting a six-
over-par 42 on the front nine at
Sombrero Country Club.
He was followed by senior
Mike Kuck, 43; junior Josh
Gratton, 45; and senior George
SHoffman, 51.
The loss dropped the
Dolphins to 9-8 on the season,
with only a makeup match
against Doral remaining on the
schedule before their district
tournament.
The team is already assured
of meeting its goal of a .500 win-
ning percentage this year and
defeated Doral by some 30


strokes in their Sept. 13 match.
The Dolphins lost Friday by
25 strokes, but coach Dean
Carrigan said Marathon was
only one shot behind the
Spartans after five holes.
The gap widened significant-
ly after Hegland made double
bogeys on both the seventh and
eighth holes and Kuck made
double bogeys on the sixth and
eighth.
"While they were doing that,
the other kids were making pars
and birdies," Carrigan said.
The Spartans' first three
scores were 36, 37 and 39.
"I think as a team we drove
and hit our irons well, but
around the greens we didn't. We
three-putted a bunch," Carrigan
said. "They were just better than
us the other day."
Carrigan said he would like to
see the Dolphins, especially
Hegland, play their best golf
heading into districts. The senior
aspires to play golf in college
next year and Carrigan has been
helping him find a school.
"He has all the talent in the
world but he hasn't proven it yet.


He could play with anyone in the
state, but he has to be more
focused," Carrigan said. "That's
the stuff he needs to learn if he
wants to get better."
Marathon's match against
Doral is tentatively scheduled
for Thursday at Sombrero
Country Club. It is a makeup
match from Sept. 28, which was
cancelled due to rain.


K"ys briefs


Youth hoops
league forming

The Florida Keys Youth
Sports Foundation has a youth
basketball league starting and
has scheduled registration days.
Play is for boys and girls
ages 7 to 14 as of Sept. 1. Cost
is $35;
Registration is from 5 to 7
p.m. Oct. 16 and 23 at the Key
Largo Community Park and
from 5 to 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at
Founders Park in Islamorada.
For more information call
Amy at 453-0008.


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Keys Fishing


Wednesday, October 10, 2007
KEYNOTER


Take Stock drops
lines this weekend

Snook and redfish are the
game, but the real target is
funding for scholarships at
the Take Stock m Children
Backcountry Challenge set
for Fnday through Sunday in
Key Largo.
The tournament kicks off
Friday %with a captains' meet-
ing and welcome party at 6
p.m. at Sundowners. mile
marker 104 bayside
Anglers can begin fishing
as soon as the meeting ends.
Fishing continues straight
through until 4 p.m. Sunday,
when score sheets and cam-
er as are turned in:
First, second and third
prizes aw ait the angler
catching the largest fish by
length in each species. Many
additional prizes are planned
The tournament entry fee
is $125 per adult angler and
$75 per junior angler.
Proceeds benefit the Take
Stock in Children Scholarship
Program mentoring and
scholarship program.
For more. call 394-3736.

Women's Classic
ready to fly

Featuring a new name and
direction, the Women's Fall
Classic Fih Tournament is set
for Oct. 17 to 19 in
Islamorada.
Previously called the
Women's World Invitational
Fly Championship Bonefish
Series, the reamnped all-
release, fly-only tournament
is to have anglers fishing for
bonefish (250 points per
release), snook (125 points).
redfish (100 points) and tar-
pon (175 points). All tarpon,
snook and redfish must be a
minimum of 2l. inches long.
SProceeds benefit the Don
Hawley Foundation, an
organization that supports
needy individuals within the
Florida Keys fishing industry,
charitable organizations and
educational facilities.
For more, contact
Charlotte Ambrogio at 664-
2444 or send an e-mail to
.csasun@aol.com.


New tournament unique


even for the Keys


Swordfishing
combines with
the deep drop

Can lightning strike twice
when it comes to beginner's luck?
Case in point: The inaugural
Bull &
C o w
Dolphin
Tourn-
ament in
M a y
,- dreamed up
g t t by the Big
g a r Time Bait
cr& Tackle
Well, with boys, Jack
CCarlson and
Biff Goss
o f
Cal Sutphin Marathon,
was a suc-
cess with well over 350 anglers
taking to the Keys water.
Are they up to the task ofcre-
ating another hit with an already
crowded tournament calendar?
Well, with the added help of
Cudjoe Sales and a novel
approach, I would say absolutely
yes.
One of the more innovative
ideas to hit offshore tournaments
comes an event like no other Oct.
20.
It was bound to happen a
daylight swordfish tournament,
even though the tournament is
called the 36-Hour
Swordfish/Deep Drop Fishing
Tournament, which means night
fishing is not out of the question.
What makes this a breath of
fresh air is the deep-drop aspect.
Heck, if you are going to be out in
the general vicinity while hunting
for swordfish (750 to 1,400 feet
deep), then why not have a snowy
grouper and tilefish division,
which carries a pretty serious
purse as well?
The two fastest growing styles
of fishing from what I see are
deep-drop, which is quickly being
lapped by the daylight swordfish-
ing craze.
'For those new to the' term
deep-drop, very simply, you're
bottom fishing for grouper and
snapper in 600 feet of water.
Due to the extreme depths and the


Angler Larry Ertel from Orlando is overshadowed by this
daytime sword he caught with Capt. Nick Stanczyk and mate
K.J. Zeher. The daytime sword fishery has just exploded
recently.


continual cranking needed to reel
up and check your bait, electric
reels have grown in popularity.
Taking the angler virtually out
of the equation has made this style
of fishing less sport and more
meat-in-the-box fishing. I have no
problem with electric reels by any
means, but I like the thinking of
Richard Stanczyk, who owns Bud
'n' Mary's Marina in Islamorada.
Stanczyk says he hopes most
people fish in the deeper depths
with conventional reels (hand
crank). His idea is to keep the
"sport" in sportfishing.
The difference between a
swordfish and most deep-drop
fish are that when a snowy
grouper or rose fish are reeled up
in 600 feet of:water, they get the
serious bends and stop fighting,
making it just reeling up dead
weight. Also, the deep-drop fish
rarely exceed 30 to 40 pounds,
making a dynamic hard fight less
glamorous.
Take all of that and throw it
out the window when it comes to
swordfish. Most swordfish will


actually beat you to the surface.
Swords don't know the word quit.-
You think you are good with
2,000 feet of line on your 50-wide
reel? Think again when you get a
grayhounding sword running hor-
izontal after screaming up 1,000
feet vertically. Oh, and by the
way, never, ever gaff a sword on
his first pass by the boat. I think
they are just checking us out and
sizing up the competition before-
seeing the green flag wave.
The 36-hour Swordfish/Deep
Drop Fishing Tournament doesn't
discourage electric reels
(although hydraulic one-armed
bandits are not allowed), but I
have seen more captains opting
for conventional gear to give their
clients a more hands-on feel.
There is no doubt this event
will be the most exciting tourna-
ment in some time. Now, does
that put fannies in the seats? I'll
let you know on the 22nd.
To jump on board this exciting
new tournament, call the boys at
Big Time Bait & Tackle at 289-
0199.


AT A GLANCE ]


The following Keys fish-
.11g low namenlis me
planned. Contact the listed
numbers, as details can
change.
+*Now through Nov. 30:
Ke\ West Fishing
Tournament. This popular
8.5-month competition tar-
gets more than 40 species of
fish. Contact Doris Harris at
295-6601 or (800) 970-9056,
by e-mail at director@ke,
westfishingtournament.com,
or visit www.keywesffish
ingtournament.com.
+ Oct. 12 to 14: Take
Stock in Children
Backcountry Challenge Kei
Largo. Anglers fish for snook
and redfish to benefit the
siat,;-\ ide scholarship pro-
gram. Contact Sue Finney at
.451-2467. e-mail keishome'-
ruii@'bellsouth.ne or vruTe to
P.O. Bo\ 252. Key Largo. FL.
Oct. 19 to 20: Casting
for Cats Women's
Backcounrry Tournament.
Islamorada. The tournament
benefits Carng for Cat,. a
non-profit that rescues,
spays/neuters and cares for
feral cats in the Upper Ke) s.
Contact Sharon Nlahone\ at
66-4-2012.
No\. 2 to -4:
Mercury/Cheeca Redbone
Celebrity. Tournament.
Islamorada. Celebrities and
anglers catch bonefish and
iedfish to raise money\ for
cystic fibrosis research in the
final e ent of the annual
Redbone Trilog). Contact
Gar\ Ellis at 664-2002, e-
aiul redbonenic@aol.com or
visit www.redbone.org.
SNo\. 23 to 24:
Islamorada Fishing Club
Junior Derb\. Islamorada. All
species count for points in
this competition for anglers
ages 3 to 19. %ith the most
points a% arded for bonefish
and permit. Contact Jim and
Sherri Trice at 664-3864. e-
mail trice i@bellsouth.net or
'Arite to P.O. Box 22.
Islamorada FL 33036.

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No. 1616800

Abandoned Vehicle
Notice

The owner, or any person
having a legally recog-
nized interest in the fol-
lowing property: 1994
Cadillac El Dorado, VIN#
1G6EL129PU607951;
abandoned at 1590
Valencia Avenue, Holly
Hills, FL 32117; contact
Clifford Green at (386)
871-3502 to-claim the
property.
Publish October3, 10,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1657100
Abandoned Property
Lien on Property Section
83.8055 and 83.806.
Storage facility Lot 11 &
,12, Blk 14, Avenue B, Big
Pine Key. Contents -
Carpet padding, vinyl
flooring, glue, carpet
remnants, Ford Van
199?, assorted carpet
tools, Ceramic tile.
Tenant- Keith Carnelli/
Classic Carpets. Dispos-
al info 305-294-4575
Publish October 3, 10,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.1739700
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2007-CP-67-M
IN RE:ESTATE OF
ROBERT P. SANNA
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of ROBERT P.
SANNA, deceased,
whose date of death was
September 4, 2007, and
whose social security
number is ,
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.


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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 OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHSAFTERTHE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHINTHETIME
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 October 3, 2007.
Personal Representative
MARGARET L. SANNA
118 Mockingbird Lane
Marathon FL. 33050
RICHARD E.
WARNER, P.A.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
S(305) 743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134
Publish October 3, 10,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1742400
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE 16TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY
Case #: 2007 CA 183M
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
as Trustee for Option
One Mortgage Loan


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Trust 2005-4 Asset-
-Backed Certificates, Se-
ries 2005-4,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Louis J. Berte; et. al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order of Final Judgement
of Foreclosure dated
September 24, 2007, en-
tered in Civil Case No.
2007 CA 183M of the Cir-
cuit Court of thel 6th Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for'
Monroe County, Florida,
wherein Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A. as Trustee for
Option One Mortgage
Loan Trust 2005-4 Asset-
Backed Certificates, Se-
ries 2005-4, Plaintiff and
Louis J. Berte are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the
highest and best bidder
for cash, Monroe County
Courthouse, 500 White-
head Street, Key West,
FL 33040, at 11:00 a.m.
on October 25, 2007 the
* following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgement, to-wit:
LOT 10, BLOCK 1, SOM-
BRERO SUBDIVISION
NO.1, AND LOT 9, LESS
THENORTHERY50
FEETTHEREOF, IN
BLOCK 2, SOMBRERO
SUBDIVISION NO. 1, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 31 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHERTHAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TERTHE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY
WHO NEEDS ANY AC-
COMODATION IN OR-
DERTO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROCEEDING,
YOU ARE ENTITLED,
ATNO COST TO YOU,
TO THE PROVISIONS
OF CERTAIN ASSIST-
ANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT MONROE COUN-
TY-MARATHON
BRANCH COURT-
HOUSE (MIDDLE KEY),
3117 OVERSEAS HIGH-
WAY, MARATHON, FL
33050 WITHIN 2 WORK-
ING DAYS OF YOUR
RECEIPT OF THIS NO-
TICE OF SALE: IF YOUR
ARE HEARING IM-
PARAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8771; IF


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PAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770
DATED at MARATHON,
Florida, this 26th day of
September, 2007
DANNYL. KOLHAGE
Clerk Of The Circuit
Court
Monroe County, Florida
Attorney For Plaintiff:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP
2424 North Federal High-
way Suite 360
Boca Raton, F1 33431
07-77844B
Publish October 3, 10,
2007-
Florida Keys Keynoter

No.1760600
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO: 07-CP-37-M
IN RE:
ESTATE OF SHEILA
RUTH GASTON a/k/a
SHEILA FERRELL
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION
The administration of the
Estate of Sheila Ruth
Gaston a/k/a Sheila Fer-
rell, Deceased, File No.
07-CP-37-M, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 500
Whitehead Street, Key
West, FL 33040. The
name of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All persons on whom this
notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the
will, the qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive, venue, orjurisdiction
of this Courtare required
to file their objections with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE ORTHIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE UPON THEM.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
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EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
October 3, 2007
Personal Representa-
tive:
Johnny Clyde Ferrell IV
1271 SE 27th Street
Homestead, FL 33035
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James R. Keller Esq.
5800 Overseas Highway
Gulfside Village Suite 34
Marathon FL, 33050
305-743-0700
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Accepting applications for the following;

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Forklift Operator

401K Health insurance
Profit Sharing Vacation
Apply in person
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No.1804700
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicles listed below
will be sold at public auc-
tion at All Keys Towing,
711 Largo Road, Key
Largo, Florida 33037 at
8:00 AM on October 22,
2007, in accordance to
Florida Statute Section
713.78 for unpaid towing
& storage.
1. Club Car Golf Cart
VIN# A8745132571
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No.2226900
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANKE. CATCH-
POLE
Deceased.
File No. 07 CP 46 M
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of FRANK E.
CATCHPOLE. de-

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ceased, whose date of
death was April 29, 2007
, and whose social secu-
rity number is
284-32-3059, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is
3117 Overseas Highway,
Marathon, Florida 33050.
The names and address-
es of the personal repre-
sentative and the person-
al representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LAT-
ER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TERTHE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
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THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TERTHE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is Octo-
ber 10,2007.
Personal
Representative:
HELEN A. CATCHPOLE
230 Thirteenth Street.
Key Colony Beach,
Florida 33051
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
L. EDGAR BARNHILL
III, ESQ.
Florida Bar No. 338631
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MARATHON.
GARBAGE
is currently hiring:
DRIVERS: CDL
Class A or B, 2 yrs
exp. necessary
HELPERS: Starting
pay $9, Raises based
on performance.
Apply in Person:
4290 Overseas Hwy
Marathon

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Telephone: (561)
998-7999
Publish October 10, 17,
2007
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No. 2384700
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicles) listed
below will be sold at
public auction for cash at
Florida Keys Towing,
1620 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon, FL 33050 at
8:00 AM on October 22,
2007, in accordance to
Florida Statute Section
713.78 for unpaid towing
& storage.
1.2000 Harley Davidson
VIN#
1HD1FDV1XYY613007
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EMPLOYMENT

260 General-
Miscellaneous
Advertising &/or Boat
Sales. P/T -FIT, top com-
missions, sales exp. &
dependable transporta-
tion required. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123.
Attractive position for
housekeeper/caregiver/
live-in. Marathon fine
home. Drivers Lic. & ref.
required. 352-209-6595.
www- mmm.keyot
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260 General -
Miscellaneous
Boat Mate'/Dive Master
For busy dive / snorkel
operation in Homestead.
Call Nestor at
305-230-1100. DFWP.


Captain/Mate and
House Manager. F/T.
Private. Summerland
Key. Good Salary/Full
Benefits. Reference
Required. Drug-Free/
Non-Smoking. Email
Resume/Qualifications
to: destespstarmark.com
Carpentery + Siding
P/T, up to 40 hours. M-F,
Above average wages,
based on experience.
DFWP 305-849-0303
Convenience Store
clerk/cashier F/T with
benefits. 1:30pm to-
9:30pm shift. Must be 21.
305-872-2217

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DRUG COURT
PART-TIME URINALYSIS TECHNICIAN
MIDDLE & UPPER KEYS

The 16th Judicial Circuit is accepting applications for a
part-time male assistant urinalysis tech. to work with a mix
caseload of juvenile and adult clients in Marathon and
Plantation Key offices. Must be able to work with a diverse
population of substance abuse clients and to perform some
administrative tasks associated with testing and reporting
procedures. Training provided. Successful applicant will
need car, and a valid driver's license. Pay is $11.00 per hour.
All court employees are fingerprinted and screened.

Send State of Florida application to Human Resources,
Courthouse Annex, 502 Whitehead Street, Key West, Fl 33040.
Applications may be downloaded from www.keyscourts.net.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex age,
or disability. EOE. If you need an accommodation to partici-
pate in the application/selection process, please notify us in
advance at 305-292-3423; Florida Relay Service (Voice) 800-
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260 General -
Miscellaneous
Dolphin Research
Center currently has F/T
openings for the following
positions: Animal Care &
Habitat Supervisor:
Acts as leader within
department. Must be
divercertified.
Animal Care & Habitat
Specialist: Must be diver
certified, physically fit,
and able to lift 75 Ibs.
Must work well with
animals & have
Knowledge of dive equip-
ment maintenance &
repairs. Physical Plant
& Equipment Special-
ist: Major duties consist
of assisting in construc-
tion projects, electrical,
plumbing and automotive
needs, plus the mainte-
nance of buildings,
equipment, vehicles, and
boats. All successful
candidates will be
responsible, organized,
and motivated individuals
with excellent team
player skills. Must have
clean driving record
general handyman skills,
be physically fit; and able
to work in the Florida
heat. Benefits include
medical insurance,
401(k), vacation and paid
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

SNOWM
Drivers with clean
records, Phone sales,
Experienced fish fileters
Call 743-2255 or apply in
person @ Ore's Seafood
1264 Oceanview Ave
Mthn
Earn Cash Every Dayl
Earn up to $100 per day
or more. Marathon Taxi
Co. is looking for safe &
dependable drivers with
a positive attitude, No ex-
perience necessary. All
shifts available. Call Lee
at 305-304-3331.
Exp. Appliance tech
needed. Tools, valid dr.
lic., and reliability
required. 664-3662.
Free Year-round park-
ing at a secluded ocean-
front estate for an RV or
travel trailer In exchange
for 25 hrs per month of
groundskeeping/handy
person work. Impeccable
credentials required. PO
1371 Tavernier Fl. 33036
Islamorada Pet Groom-
ing salon has opening for
experienced groomer.
FT/PT options available.
Call Linda 305-852-4644

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260 General -
Miscellaneous
Kennel Assistant/
Housekeeper
Housekeeping & animal
care duties required.
Must be able to lift at least
50 Ibs. This full time posi-
tion will only be filled by a
compassionate, caring
individual that loves to
work with animals and
people. Please call
Marathon Veterinary
Hospital at 305-743-7099


Key Bana Resort
Apparel has openings
for P/T sales associates
for both seasonal and
year round positions.
Seeking friendly, mature
and motivated team
players. Contact Sharon
305-289-1161.
Landscaper Must have
drivers lic & own transp.
Experienced only.
Excellent starting wage
and benefits. 743-4738
Landscaping Co. 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
Plumber Wanted with
experience. Top wages
paid. Earnie Alexander
Plumbing.
Call 305-743-3883
Private Marina
in Key Largo looking for
dockmaster/maint.
person. F/T. Email
resume to: hughes66
~-bellsouth.net.
Salesperson for busy
shops. Sell Jam's World
Clothing, Key West Aloe
and Home Decor at Lazy
Lizard, Goofy Gecko and
Krazy Larry's Stores. All
at the Marathon Publix
Center; Be ready to earn
top $ with the new
season coming right up.
Display ability and good
customer service well
rewarded. Pick up app. at
Lazy Lizard Store ASAP.
Security Guard
needed, part time.
Marathon area.
305-743-3143


260 General
Miscellaneous
Tile and Flooring sales
person to assist custom-
ers in selection and lay-
out. Commission with
base salary and good
benefits. Respond to PO
Box 500602, Marathon,
FL 33050. Ref# 1324
U.S.C.G. Captain to run
F/T Flats/BC Charter
boat, Local knowledge
of the Middle Keys.
305-731-0342.
Young couple In Key
Largo seek live in house-
keeper. We offer our
guest house, board and
$350 a week. Absolutely
no-alcohol or drugs toller-
ated. Please call Pauline
305-394-4056.
265
Healthcare

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Busy Pediatric Office
looking for Medical
Assistant. Bilingual a
plus but not necessary.
Needs to have excellent
interpersonal skills and a
positive attitude. Salary
and benefits based on
experience, Please call
305-853-0558 for more
Information.
Lifeline Home Health
Care is looking for a
Full Time RN position
in Key West. Great
benefits. 305-743-9817.
Medical Front Office
Personel needed for
busy Key West practice
M-F. Must be detail ori-
ented and be able to mul-
ti-task phones, check in-
out, heavy scheduling.
Professional environ-
ment, excellent pay and
full benefits! Please fax
resumes to Joy W. (786)
975-2950 DFWP EOE
270
Office Clerical

INOWMI
Administrative
Assistant, F/T. M-F, 8-5.
Detail oriented, some
accounting exp. helpful.
Plse call 305-743-4422


City of Marathon is hiring a Skate Park Attendant, P/T
position, pays $10.00 an hour Must be able to work
evenings and weekends. This position is responsible for
providing mid-level staff support services for the City's
Parks and Recreation Department. One year experience
working with, and supervising youth in an
educational or recreational setting for youth programs or
one year of training and/or experience 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 www.ci.marathon.fl.us
for an application. Applications may be faxed to
305-289-4143. Drug Free Workplace, EOE.


270
Office Clerical
Bookkeeper. Big Pine,
Full charge bookkeeper
with knowledge of
QuickBooks, salary plus
benefits. Email resume
to: bigpinebkeeperl@
bellsouth.net Mail to:
Box # G2687, c/o
Keynoter, PO Box 158,
Marathon, FL 33050
Lifeline Home Health
Care. Part Time Office
Manager Clerk in
Marathon. Must have
computer skills,
clerical-business skills,
and be able to type.
Pise call 305-743-9817
Secretary- Must be reli-
able,.multi tasker, work
well with public. Quick
Books Pro experience
needed. Health insur-
ance plan, paid holidays,
vacations. Drug free
workplace. 743-5357

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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.
CONDOMINIUM
MANAGER
Large condominium as-
sociation (over 150 units)
in Key West is seeking
full time, on-site manag-
er. Past large condomini-
um management experi-
ence, references and
CAM certification re-
quired. Salary commen-
surate with qualifications.
Send resume to Search
Committee, 604 Truman
Ave., Suite 3, Key West,
FL 33040

Call Classified
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r .


SPOTTSWOZDD

spottswood.com
has positions available at:





Apply in person at the
Holiday Inn & Marina, MM 54, Marathon
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION,
CONTACT DENNIS WARDLOW AT 305.289.0222
EOE/M/F/V/D


visiting nurse association
& hospice of theflorida keys
An importantjob, a great plaa, a top-notdc team ...
Be part of it
DEFINING HEALTH CARE OUTSIDE THE BOX/
.Physical Therapists ft
TFTPT T p Key
*Registered Nurses i
FTnr-PT-yasa & o>st es
Salaried and per-visit positions, flexible
schedules available.
Competitive wages & benefits including health &
dental insurance, 40Sb, holiday pay, continuing
education, accrual of paid time off, on-call &
mileage reimbursement. PT benefits available as
well! Visit us online @ www.hospicevna.com or
contact Barbara Fernande, HER Director via
e-mail bfernandenzl)ospicevna.com
or via fax 0S5-29-O666. DFWP/EOE


* RN's Diy & Evening Shifts
SCNAs
* Medical Lab Tech
H.I.M. Tech
Radiology CT Tech
Billing Clerks Cudjoe Key
Clinic Medical Asst.
Clinic Receptionist
Human Resources:
(305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
Fax: (305) 743-3962
Email: Michele.Teller@fh.hma-corp.com
www.FishermensHospital.com



H 0 S P I T A L

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


Community Health
of South Florida, Inc.
Now serving the Florida Keys
*Family Physician
*ARNP
Certified Nurse Midwife
*Pediatrician
SOB/GYN Physician
*LPN
SPt. Care Techn.
*Pt. Financial Svc. Spec.
Dentist
*Dental Assistant
*Dental Hygienist
-Outreach Worker
SSocial Worker

Competitive salary, excellent fringe benefits
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







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.acmk.orq, EEOC/DFWP








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Classifieds 305-743-5551


October 10, 2007


275
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
Resumepterranova.net.
280 Restaurants
Bars Hotels
A Small Motel looking
for general P/T laborer.
Apply @ Sea Shell Beach
Resort, 57612 Overseas
Hwv. Grassy Kev.


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280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
Herbie's now taking
applications for all
positions. F/T & P/T.
Apply in person:
6350 O/S Hwy, Mthn.
Like People? Want P/T
hours? We're looking for
a cheerful, upbeat person
to work in our office.
Apply in person: 1121 W.
Ocean Dr. KCB. Retirees
welcome. 305-289-0101

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employment section
of the Keynoter Classifieds.


360 Professional
Services
Will provide & install
new coin operated w/m &
dryers. Please, 3 units or
more. 50/50. Marathon
Plumbing Inc 304-3055
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The Village of Islamorada has the
following employment opportunities

Full Time Position


Building Services Department

Plans Examiner/Building Inspector

Islamorada, Village of Islands seeks a Electrical Plans
Examiner/Electrical Inspector. Five years experience in the field
of construction/inspections or related field and experience which
totals four years, with at least one year of such total being in
construction, building inspection or plan review. Must possess
certification as required by Florida Statute; currently holds a
standard certificate as issued by the board and completes a
building code inspector or plans examiner training program of
not less the 200 hours in the certification category sought. Cross
certification a plus. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License.
The Electrical Plans Examiner/Electrical Inspector will report
directly to the Building Services Director. Salary DOQ. Position
open until filled.

All full time positions have excellent fringe benefits including
401A plan fully funded by the Village at 10% of annual salary,
Health, Life, Dental, and Vision plan paid for by the Village, 12
vacation days and 12 sick days annually.
Islamorada, Village of Islands is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers,
If you need an accommodation because of a disability in order to
participate in the application/selection process, please notify the
Village Clerk. The State of Florida does not tolerate violence in
the workplace, Preference shall be given to certain veterans and
spouses of veterans as provided by Chapter 295, Florida
Statutes.
Interested individuals should call Human Resources for more
information at (305) 664-6400. Applications can also be
downloaded from the Village website at www.islamorada.fl.us.
Resumes can be faxed to (305) 664-6468 or emailed to
hr@islamorada.fl.us .


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
Forgotten Felines. Sat,
10/13. 8am-Noon Athlet-
ic equip, Kitch items,
Books + more. Gibson &
Goodley St, Grassy Key.
MM 85.9 BIS Yard Sale
Sat/Sun 10/13-14 on
hwy. next to Snake Creek
8am-3pm Household &
boat stuff.
575
Pets
Exotic Bengal Kittens
Spottted little leopards,
marble. TICA Reg. Shots
305-304-1617
Himalayan Kittens for
sale. Parents are CFA
registered. (305)
296-1486 or 304-9924
CALL CLASSIRED 743-5551


300 500
SERVICES MERCHANDISE


.H A lS CAY
Is looking to hire an

Income Auditor

Candidate must have a 2 year
accounting degree or equivalent
work experience in a hospitality
environment. If you are the
energetic individual with the right
experience and attitude, email
your cover letter and resume to
hr@hawkscay.com or apply in
person at HR, 61 Hawk's Cay
Boulevard, Duck Key, FL
EOE & Drug Free Workplace*


MAINTENANCE
PERSON
40 HRS. +/- Excellent pay, paid vaction
and holidays. Must have experience
with all forms of maintenance.
Please apply in person:
MARATHON
YACHT CLUB
825 33rd St., Marathon


575
Pets
Miniature Yorkle
Puppies. Super cute! Al
personalities, beautiful
thick coats, AKC, Shots,
Vet checked, Micro
Chipped, 3 Males $1250
each, 1 Female $3500.
To approved homes only.
Serious Inquiries Please
Call: 305-522-0154
590
Miscellaneous



DelilRestaurant 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
Mattress Set, Queen
Size, Orthopedic. 20 yr
wrnty. New in pkg. Cost
$1,000, will sell for $185
oashl Call 305-453-0188


590
Miscellaneous
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watch-
es. 305-743-4578

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
Turn Key Small engine
repair & sales business
located in Marathon.
Extensive clientele. Con-
tact Don 305-743-7590

Call Classified
743-5551



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


Now HIRING


THE WESTIN
KEY WET
RSurT & Mln ri
The Westin Full-Time
SBellimani
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Fiolnr Fil, ,- \- * LIC Cook
hi;tllliltiL Associate
Sheraton Part-Time
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Westin & Sunset Key
245 Front Street, Key West
Apply in pcln in 1, Fni.iil resume to:
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100
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
A Luxurious Rental with
Panoramic views, Mara-
thon. Boot Key Harbor/
Golf Course location.
Boat slip. 2000 sf, 3/2.5.
Pool, tennis. No pets.
$2,950. mo.+elec. Yr.
lease. Fred Colvard, Wa-
terfront Specialists
305-481-7164
A Marathon (2) 1 Bd/1 Ba
duplex. On canal with
dockage. Keys Wide
Realty. Al 305-747-0768.
Affordable WATER-
FRONT HOMES! 1-3
BR's, most with dockage,
some with views, start at
$1100/mo.305-872-2750
Almost new 3/2 Central
A/C, good boating canal
5 houses from bay. Dock,
deck, cudjoe. $1700/mo
745-1919
Bay Drive, MM15, 3/3
canal, renovated, sea-
wall, unfurnished,
$2500/mo + utils, F/L/S.
305-797-5252

Immaculate
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
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
smoking. $1650/mo,
yearly lease. F/L/S Own-
er/agent. 305-304-9128
or305-304-6949.
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October 10, 2007


Classifieds 305-743-5551


The Keynoter 29


710
Homes for Rent


Big Pine Key, 2/2, fence
yard/tile floors $1,600.
f/l/s/. no pets/no smoking
305-395-8820
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
Cudjoe 2/2 plus office.
Tile, A/C, D/W, W/D,
community pool, tennis.
$1675/mo. F/L/S.
Long Term/Short Term
possible. 305-393-0292.
Cudjoe Key New con-
struction, 1700 sq ft. 3/2,
new furn/dock. Avail Nov.
1 s. 1 yr lease, $2500/mo,
F/L/S. Brad Baker
Remax Keys to the Key.
Direct 305-745-8897
Desirable Plantation
Key 2BR/1.5BA Totally
remodeled, new kitch, SS
apple, tile throughout, Irg
screened porch, W/D,
C-A/C, H.O. park with
temporary dockage
$1500 mo 305-509-2725
Duck Key 3/2 single
family home. Spacious
with garage, like new.
$2700/mo + util. F/L/S.
Call 305-743-0235
Duck Key, Exquisite 2/2,
SF Home, like new,
furnished, lease with
option. F/L/S, $2,750 mo.
+ util. 305-395-1893
Key Largo 2/1 unfurn
MM101 Bayside Halfa
block from park
$1100/mo. F/L/S
305-793-8476
Key Largo MM 103.5 2/1
with park access. $1300
per mo, utilities separate.
Avail. Oct. 15th. Pets
allowed. 970-232-5998.
Marathon 2/2 + Loft,
W/D, DW, central ac, Ig
deck, parking. $1500 mo.
F/L/S. References. Call
Gordon Smith, Bascom
Grooms RE
305-304-3422
Marathon 2Bd/1 Ba.
Tile floors, W/D, fenced
yard. Pets OK. Available
Nov.-lst. $1200/mo.
Rich 305-393-3926.
Marathon 3/2 New
waterfront home (ocean),
with 50' dock/lift.
Features: marble floors,
stainless appliances,
fully furnished, ready for
long term rental. $2,500
month. 786-344-8879
Marathon, 60' Concrete
dock, 2/1. W/D hookup,
fenced, shed, $1600/mo.
F/L/S 786-222-1214
Marathon- Sisters
Creek. New 3bd, 2.5ba.
Ocean views with pool.
$1,850/mo. Several units
to choose from. Call
Dave: 305-731-5521

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with the Keynoter's
classified section.
743-5551


710
Homes for Rent


Waterfront
MM99. Oceanview. 3/2.
2200 sq ft, 2 canals &
dockage. $1900/mo +
util. 305-926-5183 or
305-304-4362
Ramrod 3/2 Canal front/
lake front. Cent A/C, stor-
age. $1600/mo + 2/mo
Sec/Call 305-872-9316
Ramrod Key 2/2 home
with concrete dock.
2 minutes to openwater,
oceanside canal front,
quiet, stilt cover parking,
tile, new W/D, open plan,
Central A/C, storage
below. Available now.
$2200/mo + Sec. Long
Term lease, no brokers.
Call 305-587-3910.
Summerland Key
Waterfront 2Bd/2Ba.
Unfurnished. Renovated
with porch. Century-21.
305-515-01.16



Tavernier 2/2,2 story.
Boat ramp on the cut,
Lrge patio/deck, storage
galore.$1390/mo.116
Coral Ave. 941-921-8833
Waterfront 1/1 in
Tavernier. Pets OK.
$1,000 mo.
786-367-3817
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
Largo MM 106) One year
lease. Bring your boat!
Call for details:
954-868-6578
199 Fontaine Dr. located
in Islamorada Village on
Lake Fontaine,
oceanview 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
Key Largo Mobile
Home $850/mo F/L/$500
Sec call Miami
305-382-4350



Marathon 1/1 w/ FI room
on the water. Very nice.
Smoke free. $1000 mo +
utils, annual lease.
305-743-2933
Marathon 2/1 Mobile
home for rent.
In Key's RV Park.
$1300/mo. + utilities.
Call 305-797-2771
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305-743-6519


712 Mobile Homes 725 Apt- Condo- 725 Apt- Condo 740 Roommates -
for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Rooms for Rent


Marathon on canal.
Keys RV. 1 or2 bdrm,
Fl room. Cable included.
$1100/mo. + utilities.
305-587-1512
MM1051/1 on
canal $850/mo. +
utilities
305-469-5748
Outdoor Resorts
1/1 + den, porch.
$1000/mo + utils
305-333-9989
Outdoor Resorts 2/2
Park model mobile home
on canal w/ ocean ac-
cess $1900 + utils
305-333-9989

725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent
A 2BR/1BA duplex, MM
92.5, C-A/C, carpets,
clean. $1,150 mo. F/L
$575 sec. yr. lease
942-6088 Avail now.
A remodeled 2 bedrm in
Marathon. All tiled.
Screened porch. Recent
updates: bath, kitchen,
quiet and private, large
yard w/new landscaping.
$1,375./mo. Yrly. Avail.
Sept 15.
Also waterfront 1/1 in
Sombrero, $1,100. mo.
Fred, Waterfront Special-
ists, (305)481-7164.
Affordable Apt, Mthn.
1/1 unfurn ground fir,
like-new, clean. Some util
incl. Also another Mthn
1/1 Apt. on 2nd Floor
with private staircase.
F/L/S. No pets, year
lease. 305-743-6088
BPK 21 Canal front
duplex. Clean, quiet,
W/D hook-up, storage,
seawall. $1300/mo.
F/L/S. 706-969-9082
Canal 3/2 2nd floor,
Marathon, Irg open area
kitch/dining/living rm,
screen porch, W/D, DW,
C-A/C $1900 mo. incl.
utils. 305-923-6609
Duck Key 1/1. Furnished
or Unfurnished condo.
$1200/mo. + Electric.
Call 305-849-1089 or
305-289-4173.
Islamorada Duplex.
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath.
Near Islander Motel:
$1400/mo.
Call 305-451-4555.
Key Largo "Best View
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 1bd,
1 ba unfurnished, newly
renovated, quiet location.
$875/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
305-731-9559 after 5pm
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GREAf l:
Key Largo MM 98,
Oceanfront lower effcy.
apt. Tile floors & new
kitchen. Dockage, utils,
laundry incl. Scrned-in
porch. Lrg property.
Avail Nov. 1st.
$1100/mo. Owner: (248)
673-7301 or
(248)214-7301
GREAs # .

Key LargolPort Largo,
Bahama Ave. 1/1 unit,
unfurnished, water park.
$650 month + util.
415-246-3403
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, Fla room, 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.
Marathon 1/1 C/Air, W/D
hookup, parking in front,
pets OK, very clean.
$1100/mo F/L/S -
304-8702
Marathon 1 b/lb New tile
and paint,'convenient
location, no smoke. F/S_
$950/mo. Incl: water/
qrbq/elct. 724-791-2354
Marathon 2/1 canal,
recent remodel, large
rooms, W/D, DW, C-A/C
$1700 mo. Incl utils. Furn
or unfurn: 305-923-6609
Marathon 2/1 Duplex
For rent.
First month
and security.
Call 305-664-7801
Marathon 2/1 duplex
laundry rm, fenced yard,
clean. 530 65th. F/L/S
$1100/mo. 305-304-
9534, 863-402-1419
Marathon 2/1 half
duplex. Large lot & canal
access. $1300/mo.
305-289-7501 or cell
305-360-3819
Marathon 2/1 half
duplex, 1st Ave Gulf.
Fenced yard, W/D
hook-up. $1150/mo.
F/L/S. 305-394-3923
Marathon 2/2 duplex
newly remodeled, new
apple, W/D, ocean view,
waterfront w/ dock,
Sombrero area
$1800/mo. Unfurnished
& yearly rental.lnc yard
service. 743-5076 or
904-669-6060
I-
Call Classified
743-5551


Marathon 2/2 on canal
on 89th St Oceanside.
W/D. Avail. now.
$1700/mo.
305-481-4835
Marathon 2Bd/1Ba.
Unfurnished, dockage.
$1600/mo + until. F/L/S.
May consider pets.
Call 305-743-0235
Marathon 2bed N6wly
remodeled,clean, fncd
yard,.carport, tile, W/D
hook-up, $1250 F/L/S no
pets. 481-5057
Marathon Apt for Rent
1/1 Annual lease, water
included. $950/mo F/L/S
Call Jim at 872-8946
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fullyfurn.
305-289-0800
Marathon Unfurnished
1 Bdrm half duplex. Cute,
conch style. $1100/mo.
+ util. Call Marcy at
305-289-6505. CBSRE.
Marathon unfurn, Irg 1 bd
aptw/ living rm. Central
location. $900/mo incl
water& garbage. Days
393-9345; eve 743-6286
MM 105 2BR/IBA w/lg
porch & private yard,
c/ac, quiet street. util incl.
$1350 mo. F/L/S Avail
10/15954-549-8779

M .Listing
MM 96.5 O/S newly ren-
ovated 1/1 w/lrg screen
porch. Fully furn, all utils
incl. w/hi def tv & internet
service, W/D. No pets.
Prefer non-smoking.
$1000 mo. F/L/S Avail
immed. 305-853-3779
Mthn-Coco Plum 2br
condo on water. Turn
key, furn, pool, ramp,
dock, tennis, cvd prkg
long or short term
772/337-2934
dallasi 080@yahoo.com
Mthn waterfront. Newly
remodeled studio. 40'
deep dockage, $925/mo.
No pets. F/L/S. 481-5057
New twnhse, 3BR/2.5
BA, 1 CG. East Home-
stead. Sale or Rent. Call
Elizabeth 786-226-8250
Owner/Realtor
Plantation Key Colony
Duplex.
3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths.
$1600/mo + utilities.
F/L/S. Call 305-451-4555
Tavernier Apartment.
1 Bedroom/1 Bath.
$775/mo + utilities.
F/L/S.
Call 305-451-4555
1/1 on canal, boat slip
available. No pets. Avail
irmed. Laundry facility.
Central air. $800/mo +
$1350 sec.
305-481-4840
2 Cute Groundlevel
Efficiences.
Little Venice area. F/L/S.
6 month lease minimum.
Call 305-849-6236.


Marathon roommate fe-
male preferred 3/2 fur-
nished, utilities included.
305-896-6184 -
MM 102 roommate
wanted. $700/mo.
Utilities, Cable & Internet
included. 1st& Last.
305-896-1276
750
Vacation Rentals
Affordable Waterfront
Homes, 1-2-3 bd, month-
ly, seasonal or long term
starting at $1200 mo.
(305)872-2750
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
Check out our weekly
and long term rentals at:
www.
IslandBreezeRenters.
Comn 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)
Islamorada Beautiful
2/2 stilt home. Boat ramp.
Monthly orweekly. Avail.
now. 305-773-3950.
Key Colony Bch 3/2 w/
pools, 46' docks. $2,500
wk; $7,500 mo. 305-360-
7968 orjoanninthekeys
abellsouth.net
Key Largo 2/2 Spacious,
with great deck overlook-
ing boat basin and ramp
with park Oceansidejust
North of Pennekamp.
Great Kayak area
$3200/mo.
561-963-0693 or email:
joyce407585@
yahoo.com
Key Largo Winter or
summer rental 3BR/2BA
or 2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954-885-9591


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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 3bd, 1.5ba.
Deep water canal, ocean
side. Seasonal, avail
Nov. 1. F/US. $1600 mo
utils included.
305-234-1152

Waterfront A
Marathon Coco Plum
Terrace. Fully furnished
1/1 condo& dockage.
Pool & laundry. Easy
ocean access.
$2400/mo.
989-450-2740 or
989-362-6449.
Marathon private 2/2
tropical paradise. 60' of
dock, tiki, open water
views. Winter & Summer
rental. 305-743-5444
790 Business
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


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Luxury 2 br/2-1/2 ba Fall/Winter.
Private, great water and sunset views.
Pool/deep water dock.All amenities.
Monthly/seasonal. (954) 801-6747
or dreamcatcher 206@aol.com


ISLAMORADA MM 74
Ocean Views Deep Water Dock
3BR/2BA Furn.- Gated community Pool
Weekly/Monthly from $3000 per week
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790 Business
Property for Rent

1GREJI
Bank foreclosure crg-
ates fantastic lease op-
portunity! 10,000 com-
pletely remodeled retail/
commercial space avail-
able for lease in a high-
traffic plaza. Space was
formerly a supermarket
and has all the fixtures
and equipment in place,
including coolers, deli
equipment, etc. Can be
sub-divided into 1,200SF
offices. Perfect for pro-
fessional office space.
Located at Mile Marker
106, right next to the Key
Largo Chamber building
and Welcome Center.
For more information,
.please contact Hunter
Padgett at(305)
743-4895 or e-mail at
hpadgett@
marinebankmail.com
Commercial building
for rent 2400 sq ft. Doctor
office orfor retail sales.
8301 O/S Hwy Mthn. For
details: 305-289-0802
Commercial Space
Available Now. Approx
1500 sqft on US1 across
from John Pennekamp
$1500 mo plus elec.
305-522-1833
Marathon Overseas
Hwy exposure. Great
location 3rd Generation
building, 700 sq ft.
$1250/mo. 481-5057
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

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, nc
bridges. MM 27. $899K.-
305-872-2750


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
Foreclosure
Properties in the
Florida Keys. Free list.
Tommy Gomez, Coldwell
Banker. 305-393-5156.


Homestead $329K,
4/2.5,1914 s.f., custom
pool, California closets,
loft, stainless appl.,
security, corner-park
786-303-7070
Long Key Waterfront
3Bd/2Ba CBS. 2 story,
concrete dock, seawall,
boat ramp, sewer in.
$645K. 386-439-9622
Reduced to Sell. Quaint
2/1 ground level, fenced
yard, tile, Dade Co. pine
ceilings. In Islamorada.
$365k Lonnie 664-6586

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Lowest Priced Office Condos in Key west!
Courthouse Business Ctr. 300-302 Southard St.
S Starting at $87,200. Call Linda Walker, (305)
923-3107 or Angelo Morrison, (305) 797-0622.
WALKER REAL ESTATE, INC.


810
Homes for Sale
Stilt Homes. Modular &
Stilt Homes. 150 mph
zoning. We build, sell,
deliver- We do itALL.
Eliminate builder
mark-up. Call the factory,
John Jyons
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
Townhouse in Palm
Cove. 3 bedrooms, 2.5
baths. 2 car garage.
Home is overlooking
Betsy River and H.
Wayne Huizenga's
Private Island. 3 years
old in gated community..
Private Golf Course,
Clubhouse & Yacht Club.
Boat Slip also available.
Asking $450,000.
Contact Eric Anderson
at: 772-215-0312
forfurther information.
2/2 Canal front home
with good boating access
$375k. Dorothy Mauriello
Exit Realty Fl Keys
305-797-3009
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
Marathon, MM 47
Galway Bay 55+ park,
Furn,2/2,1400sqft.
C/air, new tile, covered
porch. $79,000 plus lot
rent. 305-766-0650
2006-14'X60'2/2, 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

IWaterront A
A Mthn 1b/lb updated
condo, c/AC, balcony
overlooks wide canal,
pool, dock avail, across
from golf course. $276K.
Owner Pat 631-793-0360
Islamorada Duplex,
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath.
Near Islander Motel.
$795,000.
Call 305-451-4555
KCB 1Bd/1Ba.
$240,000.
Call 305-289-1741
for details.


1ST REAL ESTATE NOTE

FOR SALE
8% interest 2 yrs balloon 10 yrs amoritazation
Property in Marathon (305) 289-1500


825 Condo-
Duplex for Sale
KCB Casa Clara condo
2bd, 2ba. Must sell.
$520,000.305-289-1741
for details.
KCB Waterfront 1 B/1B.
$360K/obo.
Owner financing avail.
305-481-0723
Key Colony Beach 2/2
oceanfront condo. Pool.
$399K. Great beach!
Must sell! 248-895-0323.
860 Out of State
for Sale
RARE FIND PRIVATE
3 Acres Bordering Pis-
gah National Forest out-
side ofAsheville, NC.
Current permits forwell &
septic. $199,900.
828-890-1211
Tennessee, 6 acres.
Prime Mtn. land. Timber
intact (for selling). Build-
your dreamhome today.
$35K. 941-276-1600.
880 Lots- Acreage
for Sale
Big Pine Key Lot with
Permit. RARE. Drs. Arm
canal, cleared, 3/2 CBS,
60x100+ Reduced
$325,000 954-396-2292
Build your waterfront
home w/NO ROGO,
1 TRE for Lower Keys
Excl. Big Pine.
305-743-2169.
Oceanfront lot WITH
Bldg permit. All utilities
there. Key Largo Silver
Shores subdiv. "
$599,900. Frank (954)
964-7649.
4 point ROGO lot.
$41,000 OBO. Call
813-545-5788 or
813-886-8167.
38' x 66' zone MH or RV
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
890 Business
Property for Sale
Marathon Zoned
Commercial Fishing
2-lots-new modular office
12'X40' central A/C with
handicap bathroom, 5
new boat slips with water
and 30 amp electric to
each slip. Price reduced,
ownerfinancing.
May consider trade.
Call 305-481-7557

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1150
Power Boats
16' Silver king Flats,
w/90 hp Yamaha, cover,
trailer, 2 pushpoles, and
trolling motor. Exc. cond.
runs great. $8500.
942-3546 or
305-853-0002.
17.5' 2004 Cobia
90 Yam. Trailer. Open.
fishermen. Low hours.
$12K. 305-942-1581 Dan
18' Century 2003, C.C.,
115 HP 4-stroke 2003
Yamaha. $14,000.
Call Shelter Bay Marine,
743-7008
18' Seahunt 2003,
w/2003F 115HP 4 stroke
Johnson Call Shelter
Bay Marine, 743-7008
19' Laser Speedboat.
2.5 Promax Jackplate.
New everything. 75+
26" ET Prop Funboat.
New floaton. Must see.
A steal at $10,000!
Mike 617-733-3376.


20' Shamrock with
custom trailer. Both
completely rebuilt like
new. 5.8 1tr. Inboard
engine, freshwater cool,
$17,500. A "must see"
to appreciate,
305-451-5789 Or
305-281-6339.
21' Polaris '04 Jet Boat,
Mercury Opti Max 3.0.
Seats 7, Bimini top, swim
platform & trailer.
$11.900.305-872-2750.

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1150
Power Boats
22' 1995 Bayliner. 1/0
Mercury 4.3 V6,.depth
sounder, bimini top,
carry on aircruiser AC
incl, mechanically sound.
$4500 obo. Janis at
Harbour Point Marina.
305-289-0505
23' 1974 Pennyen Hull
for $2000.2 Free boats.
Call for details.
305-481-4840
23' Aquasport Walk-
throught 200 hp John-
son, w/trailer, excellent
project boat $3000.
942-3546 or
305-853-0002.
23' May-Craft 2003,
w/2003F 200HP Yama-
ha. Call Shelter Bay
Marine. 743-7008
24.5' Anna Capri
I/O with trailer.
$650
305-896-0849
25' 1996 Seacat 2-90HP
Honda. 4-Stroke,
Tandem Float-on trailer.
Clean, many extras.
$26K. Call 305-731-7472
25' Hydra Sport CC'99
2- 225 Evinrudes, low
hrs. Auto pilot, windlass,
trailer, 2 color GPS/find-
er. $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
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Ford Mustang'66 (above)
Convertible, almost totally
restored. $22,000

Chrysler Sebring LX'04
Convertible. Ltd. $11,500

Acura MDX SUV'04 $27,000


1150
Power Boats
28' Spencer'90 Perkins
diesel, perfect fish, dive
or commercial work-
horse, huge cockpit, 10'
beam. $25k. 872-2750
31'Ocean Master
Cuddy. Brand new,
rebuilt in 2006, new 250
Verados, full electronics,
custom built. Finished
by Spencer Marine.
Call Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.
32' Motor Yacht 1989
Excellent Condition!!
$2T,900
305-745-1844

I immaculateJ
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 $180KI
Call Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.


34' 2006 Fitz,
540 Cummins diesel,
A/C, generator, 26 knot
cruise at 17 gallons/hour.
$160,000.239-253-3503
35' 1969 Bertram. Fiber-
glass hull, twn Detroit
diesels, 367gal fuel, 50
gal water. Clean, all elec.
$55k. Wstrbeak Gen. cell
410-903-6148 Marathon

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Escalade'04 Loaded $34,000

38' Itasca Suncruiser'07 (below)
Almost new! Low miles. Fully
loaded with In-Motion Satellite,
SS TV system, stainless appls,
slide outs, fireplace & much
more! $143,000
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Power Boats



60' Guthrie Sport Fish-
liveaboard, completely
refurbished. Make offer.
Health forces sale.
731-632-0066
130 Sport Boston
Whaler 40HP Merc 4
stroke 120hrs. Bimini,
AM/FM/CD, trailer.
$7500.481-4915
2800 Wellcraft Coastal
w/Hardtop T/225. OMC,
radar, stereo, etc.
Last survey $22,500
Must sell $7500
305-360-5530
No trailer
Crest Pontoons
Ever wonder where all
the Crest Pontoons came
from? Ft. Myers.
800-955-7543
I can help you sell your
boat &/or buy a new/used
boat. Marathon. Call
Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.
1160
Sailboats
30' Hunter 1982 Self tail-
ing winches, set-up for
single hand, auto helm,
new awl-grip, 20HP
Merc. $12K. 743-9004
32' PDQ 1995 Sailing
Catamaran. $86K.
Aircon, full galley, full
head, 2 showers &
dingy. KW,305-731-6795
35' 1970 Morgan. New
diesel, new mast and
rigging. 305-664-9661 or
cell 305-797-0910.

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1160
Sailboats
48' Creekmore classic
sailboat. Owners
relocated, boat in'
Marathon drydock.
Reduced to $69K.
786-263-1845.
1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
Boat dockage available
no electric or water. For
26' or under. Coco Plum
area. 305-481-4840
Coco Plum Legal Livea-
board slip. Deep Water
Dock. $550/ro.
910-540-6567
Dockominium 60 ft
Conch harbor marina key
west bight (slip 31).Will
not last $599k call Rob
813-486-3531
finsvkv45606@gaol.com
Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
washer/dryer for res.
$585.305-731-3386
Protected dockage
bayside marina Key
Largo. 4ft. draft. Live-
aboards accepted. Must
be in good condition and
mobile. $500 per month
+ utilities. Call Tanya
394-0663.
1190
Miscellaneous
AA Dave buys permits
So Atl Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack,
shark, sword, tuna $$$ in
48 hrs! 904-262-2869

ATTEN^N
All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf6 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 or 321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
Canoe. Wide, strong &
sturdy, includes ..
oars and anchor. $250.
305-289-5631
Commercial fish zoned
storage yard for sale. 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
Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
washer/dryer for res.
$585. 305-731-3386
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1190 1380 Campers-
Miscellaneous Recreational Vehicles


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
WANTED- Fishfinder/
fathometer Sitex CVS
106 in good working
cond. 305-743-9215
305-394-3381

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vans,trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305-332-0483.
2005 Toyota RAV4 L
Pkg, Moonroof, CD Ste-
reo Two tone gray/char-
coal leather, Frost White
Pearl Met. 15,700 mile
$19,995 305-304-9198
92 Cadillac Allante pearl
wht Convertible. Ask for
photos at captr2@aol.
com Mint, 80K miles,
$13k B5O. 305-743-8438
02 Nissan Maxima
Power windows/doors,
A/C, stereo. $9000 OBO
305-664-1204
06 Nissan Sentra. Great
deal! $8000 (Orig $17K).
.13,000 miles. Silver/gray.
Call 305-664-4920
1370 Trucks
SUVs Vans
00 Dodge Conversion
Van. Good condition.
$8,900 OBO. Call
305-451-4555.
96 Ford F150XLT,
139k miles. Runs perfect.
No rust or hurricane
damage. Ground effects
package. Custom cap.
New tires. $3750.
Dave 305-481-4934.
1989 30' Allegra 454
automatic, cold air, stove,
refrigerator, sink. Every-
thing works. $500 OBO
305-896-0849
1999 Dodge Ram 1500
Quad Cab 4x4 Sport.
Needs motor $2500
631-806-7077
1380 *Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
Summerland Key
MM 25.40' 2 bedroom
Coachman. $7000 OBO.
$650 lot rent.
Call 847-530-2376.
We buy and consign
RV's. Need late model
motor homes and travel
trailers. Top $$$. Holiday
RV's, MM 100.451-4555
1989 30' Allegra 454
Automatic, cold air,
stove, refrigerator, sink.
Everything works. $500
OBO. 305-896-0849

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1998 Jayco travel trailer
32 ft. 1 slider very clean.
$12000 OBO
631-806-7077
2Bd/2Ba 14'X64' trailer.
$900/mo. 14'X 24'
addition. 305-872-9895,
843-687-0601
1390
Miscellaneous
Pace 5 x 8 Enclosed
cargo trailer, used once,
$1900 OBO
805-766-0671

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