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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Portion of title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: November 10, 2007
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marathon (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Marathon
Coordinates: 24.726389 x -81.040278 ( Place of Publication )
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Keys ... ....ur 100M?


Previous authorization is renewed,
officials more hopeful this time around


A mechanical bull. Daisy,
Dukes and more are part of
today',; Ho Down at Holida
Isle: the Marathon Cnm-
muruty Theatre checks in to
"California Suite": and it's
all Sondheim all the time in
Key West. Those stories and
more in L'Attitudes, starting
on Page 29 of your
KeYtnoter today.



Tap runs dry
More severe water-use
restrictions could be headed
to the Key s since rainfall has
been \ rnuall\ nonexistent.
The South Florida Water
NManagement District Board
meets in Key Largo Wed-
nesday and Thursday. See
story. Page Q.

Budget cuts
The cuts to county ser ic-
es to trim the S70 mildhon
2007-0s budget aren't conung
painlessly. See storn, Page 11

Walking man
A Washington state man
on Thursday ends.hjs 5.000-
mile walk in Key West. It
\was designed to raise moneN
for cancer research. See
store Pace 24.



Bustnes .... ... 22
Clossifeie s ... . .. 45
Living . . . . 2
Obituanes ......... 20
Opinion ........... 6
Sports/Outdoors ..... 38
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The U.S. Senate Thursday
\oied to ensure the Ke\s are in
line for up to $1110 million in fed-
eral funding when it joined the
Houe in overriding President
Bush's 'eto of a $23 billion
water-qualit bill.


CEO is


put on


paid leave


Credit union cites
ongoing audit
as the reason
By KYLE TEAL
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lohn Dolan-Hetliiner chief
e\eiutne oTfficr and president of
Keis Fcder.l Credil Union rince
lI41. has been put on paid admin-
Isrr.tatie ieai e while the credit
union's board conduct, an audit.
And Todd German. former
n-anaeer of human resource, and
tacilltne, tho reported to Dol.tn-
HehlinL-er. \was fired No\. 2 for
undisclosed reasons.
"\Ve are cornductrin an audit
and it is really administrjti\e in
nature credit union board
Chairman Paul Mitchell ,aid.
"From tine to time. Le look at all
ot our eipense and all ot our
programs and \ie ie\ ew\ ihhlng, in
respect to our business. Our busi-
nes, is tine.. People shouldn't be
concerned with the credit union
for the sater\ of their money\ "
As for Dolan-Heitlinger,
Mitchell said, "What happens
when you're doing an audit,
you've got staff that have to pro-


See CREDIT UNION / 4


The vote immediately enacts
the Water Resources Develop-
ment Act of 2007.
However, Keys officials have
heard before that $100 million in


federal money has been allocated
for local sewers, and little of that
has trickled south.
Still, "We are grateful to
Congress for recognizing the
unique environmental needs of
this nationally protected ecosys-


ter" of the Everglades, state
Department of Environmental
Protection Secretary Michael
Sole in a prepared statement.
Monroe County Administrator
Tom Willi agreed, saying it'bodes
well for the Keys.
"We are very optimistic that
we'll see that $100 million," he


See SEWERS / 5


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Volunteers from the Turtle Hospital and Dolphin Research Center lower a 500-plus-pound
endangered leatherback sea turtle into a pool at the DRC. Its left flipper was torn off and
its right severely damaged following a shark attack off Marathon.


Surgery saves rare turtle


Leatherback
was a victim
of shark attack
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

In one of the rarest opera-
tions ever seen on these islands,
a group led by Dr. Doug Mader
and volunteers from the Turtle


Hospital in Marathon and
Dolphin Research Center on
Grassy Key saved the life of a
massive leatherback sea turtle
Thursday.
The 500-plus-pound endan-
gered turtle was attacked by
sharks likely bull or tiger -
Wednesday and sustained life-
threatening injuries, including
the loss of its left flipper, serious


damage to its right flipper and
facial lacerations.
The leatherback is the largest
turtle and the largest living rep-
tile in the world. Mature males
and females can be as long as
6.5 feet and weigh almost 2,000
pounds.
They are not common to the
Keys. In fact, there are only
about 35 nesting females in all

See RESCUE / 2


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2 Saturday, November 10,2007


Keys News


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MON.
TUES.


Forecast: Sunny, with
increasing clouds and a
chance of rain Monday.



Upper Keys
91655 Overseas Highway
Tavernier, FL 33070.
Newsroom .......(305) 853-7103
Advertising ......(305) 852-3216
Fax............. .(305) 853-1040
Fox......... ........(305) 852-0199

Marathon
3015 Overseas Highway
(PO. Box 500158) .
Marathon. FL 33050-0158
Newsroom. ....(305) 743-5551
Advertising .. (305) 743-5551
Fax ............ .(305) 743-6397 "
Fax.............. (305) 743-9586

Key West
2720-A N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Overseas Market
Key West. FL 33040
Newsroom ......(305) 296-6989
Advertising......(305) 296-6989
Fax.................(305) 296-1924

E-mail
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Veterans are honored


Veterans Day, which is
Sunday, is marked with memori-
al events in Key West, Marathon
and Islamorada:
A Veteran's Day parade
will roll down U.S. 1 through
Marathon today.
It starts at 11 a.m. at 20th
Street, heads north to the light at
Key Colony Beach, then back,
south to the Disabled American
Veterans lodge at the south end
of Florida Keys Marathon
Airport, where there will be a
barbecue. Cost is $10.


Forgotten Soldiers
Outreach and the village of
Islamorada have partnered for a
Veterans Day ceremony set for 1
p.m. Sunday at the Hurricane
Monument, mile marker 81.5.
The ceremony will begin with
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Andrew Leard leading an
honor guard and a welcome by
Islamorada Mayor Dave
Boemer. Kathy Buchanan will
sing the national anthem and


other patriotic songs. Speakers
will include Islamorada Vice
Mayor Cathi Hill. Other speakers
are scheduled. For more infor-
mation contact Hill at 393-0386.
There's also a Veterans Day
parade set for 4 p.m. Sunday
down Duval Street in Key West.
It starts at Duval and Catherine
and proceeds down Duval to
Eaton. Anyone who wants to par-"
ticipate can call Don Houfek at
293-2839 or send an e-mail to
harold.houfek@navy.mil.


Turtle release possible today


RESCUE / From I

of Florida's East Coast, accord-
ing to government research.
Mader performed emergency
surgery on the animal around 11
a.m. before a group of volunteers
led by Turtle Hospital owner
Richie Moretti transported it to
the DRC. Mader said it will be
supervised there for only a few
days before being released, as
leatherback turtles cannot survive
in captivity.
A group of six fishermen from
Chicago witnessed the attack two
miles off the oceanside of
Marathon arid called authorities.
Turtle Hospital workers eventual-
ly attached a harness to the turtle
in the water and they, along with
the fishermen, brought it to shore.


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Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Dr. Doug Mader (front right) and Turtle Hospital volunteers tend
to the post-surgery wounds of the endangered -leatherback
sea turtle. The animal was then transported to the Dolphin
Research Center on Grassy Key to assess its condition.


Keys briefs


MARC tree auction
in need of sponsors

The Monroe Association
for ReMARCable Citizens
SIMARC) is looking for busi-
nesses and individuals to
sponsor and decorate a
Christmas tree for the group's
fourth annual ReMARCable
Chriktmas Tree and Celebrity
Signed Ornament Auction
Nov. 27.
Contact Gordon Rios, atl
2'4-C5i26 \\ eekda~s.. :


The following beaches
have health advisories or
warnings against swim-
ming:
Higgs Beach, Key
West.



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

Today: Islamorada
Village Council, 10 a.m.
Tuesday: Marathon
City Council, 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: County
Commission, 10 a.m.
Thursday: County
Commission (repeat), 5 p.m.
Friday: County Plan-


delivered by 6:30 a.m. (7:30 "They had a cut-out on the Workers began the difficult like front -wheel drive, so ani- ning Commission (repeat),
a.m. weekends, holidays) boat and allowed us to take the process of transporting the turtle mals that have one flipper to pro- 5 p.m.
call (305) 743-5551, ext. 12, turtle back. I rode with them and to the DRC a short time later. It pel often learn to control their
before 10 a.m. for redelivery. they helped us unload it pretty was secured using ropes and movement by adjusting their hind co=wnarBn ACMOnr m
On weekends or after hours, much through the whole chains so that it could be lifted by flippers," Weineken said.'
call toll-free 1-800-441-0444. process," said Ryan Butts, a crane into the bed of a pickup and Mader said the type of wound
Turtle Hospital worker. "We see a driven up U.S. 1. the leatherback sustained would
FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOIER (ISSN lot of people like that down there. -The turtle drew quite a crowd normally require four months
8756-6427. USPS# 0201-620) is It's remarkable how much inter- of onlookers as it was lifted from rehabilitation, but mere days
published semi-weekly by Florida est they take in it and how much the truck using a Bobcat forklift, would have to suffice in this case.
Keys Knonr. Flora 33 500158. they're willing to help." which slowly made its way to a Leatherbacks are an open-
Marathon. Florida 33050-0158.
Subscription rales are S37.63 in Mader performed the surgery nearby -tank large enough to ocean species that do not under-
the Keys. Your Keynoter home the following morning, but not accommodate it. Workers ginger- stand boundaries, he said. With
delivery subscription Includes before around eight people ly lowered the turtle into the its specialized diet and inability Spotlight Channel 5 News
Keys Sunday and the Sunday helped lift the enormous animal water and supervised as it imme- to adapt to captivity, the animal Monday Friday
ednion of The Miami Herald. Monday Friday
Keynoter mail subscrlplions onto the operating table. diately began to swim. will be forced to take its chances 6:00 p.m.
547.70 in Florida and $45 oui-of- "The upper arm was shredded "I was extremely pleased with in the wild.
state Please call for all other by the shark and about a foot or so how good it went and how we "I'll stay on top of it until it's 9:00 p.m.
rates. including overseas mail of bone was hanging loose. Using handled it. He didn't seem gone. Tentative plans, if he keeps 11:00 p.m.
Periodcals Posloge Paid ona a radio scalpel, we cut the muscle stressed and started using his right doing well, are to release him" Keys news daily
mailing offices from the bone and then we cut the flipper right away," Mader said. today, Mader said. from the staff of
bone where it was safe and reat- Jeannette Weineken, associate He praised the efforts of both The Keynoter,
POSTMASTER: Address change tached the muscle to protect the professor of biological sciences at the Turtle Hospital and DRC. The Reporter and-
to FLORIDA KE 'S KEYNOTER PO end of the bone," Mader said. Florida Atlantic University, said it "Both are nonprofits and neither Keys Sunday
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Keys News


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Slebrating our past


This 1930s aerial photo of Fort Jefferson in
the Dr\ Torrugas sho\.s the for and the tip of
Bush Ke- to the right. There are t~o yachts
anchored offshore and the ruins of Na\v coal


sheds can be seen at both ends of Garden Key
where the fort sits.
Photo counesy MONROE COUNTY LIBRARY


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NOVEMIBER 11, 2007 i



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'Something is wrong'


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Historic Key West

S" theater gets faceift

Also:
I Curbside recycling
o options could expand
Protect your flavors
with more effective
-" spice storage options,
S ,....... a ... Coaching column:
...... 1',"'h / Do ,ou feel 'stuck'?
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Accused murderer
gets new attorney

Monroe County Circuit
Court Judge Wayne Miller on
Tuesday granted accused Key
West murderer Johnny Ray
Holt his request to change
counsel.
Holt argued that his attor-
ney, Dwight Wells, was not
properly representing him.
Court-appointed attorney
Jason Smith is now represent-
ing him.
Police believe Holt shot
beloved botanist Roger Keller
in the face with a .44 Magnum
on March 17, 2006. He was
later arrested in Georgia,
where he had planned to meet
his girlfriend who, unbe-
knownst to Holt, was cooperat-
ing with authorities.


CREDIT UNION / From 1

vide information. Sometimes
people are more willing to share
info if they're not under any kind
of management pressure."
German, facing unemploy-
ment for the first time, declined
to comment.
But Julie Cuneo, chief opera-
tions officer and acting presi-
dent, defined the termination as
a personnel issue and dispelled
rumors of an investigation being
conducted. Bank accountants
conduct audits only, she said.
Cuneo works at the credit
union's Fort Lauderdale office.
Both Dolan-Heitlinger, put
on leave two weeks ago, and
German were told to return their
.company cell phones.
Bob Dugan, vice president of
mortgage services for the credit
union, was in Key West this
week, Mitchell said. Dugan
works from his home in Tampa.
It wasn't made clear by Mitchell
if Dugan's presence is connected
to the audit under way.
Asked if Dolan-Heitlinger
was asked to resign, Mitchell
declined comment.
"It's kind of a new thing,"
Dolan-Heitlinger said about his
unexpected leave. "These are
operational audits ... and they
have sometimes other senior
managers leave at the time the


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audits are conducted."
But a respected veteran Key
West banker who didn't want to
be identified says the circum-
stance is far from ordinary.
"What that tells us in the
industry is that the information
given to the board wasn't accu-
rate," he said. "I think it's pretty
obvious that something is wrong.
I think there is a management
issue."
German was questioned
-about expenses and projects
such as a proposed new head-
quarters on Stock Island to take
the place of current headquarters
at Naval Air Station Peary Court
Annex. The credit union's lease
with the U.S. Navy expires
2009.
Mitchell said the possibility to
renew the lease with the Navy is
still on the table, and that would-
n't stop the construction of anoth-
er office on Stock Island.
The capital project was origi-
nally going to include an addi-
tional branch for the Monroe
County library but that fell
through.
"The land was purchased sev-
eral years ago for that project,"
Mitchell said. "We've authorized
design work on that facility and
as of right now we do not have a
signed contract with a contrac-
tor."
Keys Federal Credit Union
began in 1940 with a federal
charter from Naval Air Station
employees who formed what
was first called NAVSTA
Federal Employees Credit
Union, according to the compa-
ny's Web site.
In 1994, it was given authori-
zation to expand across the Keys
and change its name. It now has
15,000 members across the Keys
with offices on Southard Street
and in the Overseas Market in
Key West, on Big Pine Key and
in Marathon Shores.
German ran unsuccessfully
against Key West Commissioner
Mark Rossi in the Oct. 2 elec-
tion. He is a former chairman of
the police watchdog group
Citizen Review Board and does
volunteer work for Key West
Botanical Garden Society.
He was with the credit union
for five years.
Dolan-Heitlinger is on the
Key West Alliance of
Community, Housing, in which
he and other community leaders
brainstorm ways to tackle the
housing problem.


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RENOVATION UNDER WAY: Islamorada officials gather Oct.
30 for the ceremonial groundbreaking at the municipally
owned Plantation Yacht Harbor Marina in Founders Park.
The $3.9 million project, which began construction in
mid-October, will include renovation of all 92 boat slips and
installation of new water lines, a fire-protection system, fuel
tanks, lighting and other services for visiting and liveaboard
boaters.


'Money is available'


SEWERS / From 1

said. "We've changed our
approach from a local issue of
providing sewers to a national
issue of environmental protection
and the restoration of our reef
system."
Additionally, 'Willi said the
authorization actually has an
immediate effect on sewer proj-
ects in Layton and Marathon,
where federal dollars were being
held up until the bill passed.
The original $100 million
authorization came in 2001,
though only about $7.5 million of
that has been realized in the
Keys. The funding is overseen by
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, and some have
accused the agency of being
mired in red tape.
"The override means that
money is available," said state
Rep. Ron Saunders, "which it
wouldn't have been with the
veto. But we still need to stay on
top of it. The Keys are the south-
ernmost tip of the Everglades and
the government clearly recog-
nizes the importance of restoring
the Everglades."
The new authorization sets
aside $100 million for the Keys


and earmarks $15 million for a
new desalinization plant -in
Florida City planned by the
Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority. The plant is estimated
to cost $40 million. The state is
kicking in $3 million in this
year's budget, but slack revenues
forced lawmakers to cut out that
commitment in future years.
"Some people think the aque-
duct is competing for the sewer
money," FKAA Executive
Director Jim Reynolds said. "But
we think if sewer is a tough sell
in Congress, maybe we can get it
for water. We want to see the
money come down to the Keys
one way or another."
Besides, he said, the money
will be appropriated separately,
so one should not interfere with
the other.
The bill earmarks about $1.2
billion for Florida, including
$10.9 million in new projects as
part of the overall Everglades
restoration project. It also pro-
vides $682.5 million for ecosys-
tem restoration at the Indian
River Lagoon.
The authorization does not
spell out a timeframe for the
money, and Congress must still
appropriate funding for individ-
ual projects.


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KEYNOTER


ey Opinion


Slower economy could

mean a world of hurt

The calculators were humming this week in lots of govern-
ment offices around the state as economists met and confirmed
that the Florida economy is getting worse, not better.
The Sunshine State relies on two big drivers to fuel the eco-
nomic engine: real estate and tourism.
Everybody knows real estate is suffering, and that's a national
phenomenon not limited to Florida.
But real estate plays a particularly critical role here because
most local government services are largely funded by property
taxes and revenue sharing from the state.
Well, the state just had to cut.$1.1 billion from its own budget
because of the economy slowing down. So not much help com-
ing from that direction.
Until this year, the value.of taxable property has been increas-
ing year over year, so most local taxing bodies were able to add
services and count on higher property values to underwrite that
spending.
That gravy train is coming to a halt.
As reported this week by the Miami Herald and other big
Florida dailies, property values this year which are used for
next year's tax levies will likely show an overall 3 percent
reduction in value.
That hasn't happened in living memory, so the consequences
of that are not well understood.
SWhat's likely, however, is further belt tightening, which we
already see playing out as Monroe County commissioners strug-
gle with shaving even more services to balance their books.
Reduction in library hours, fewer police and fire services,
higher fees to use county services are all on the table.
Add municipal budgets, which also rely on property taxes and
revenue sharing from the state, and you will see even more evi-
dence of cuts that will have to happen next year.
State sales taxes, Florida's other big revenue source, are also
losing steam as the economy slows. Charging millions of
tourists bed taxes and rental-car fees and airport taxes and sales
taxes helped keep Florida a relatively low-tax state.
But with gas prices topping $3 per gallon (and forecast to hit
an obscene $4 mark sometime in the next year or so), it's not
hard to forecast the negative impact on tourism spending around
the bend.
The Keys, especially, are vulnerable because air service
accounts for less'than 12 percent of total tourist arrivals, which
makes us far more dependent on auto-based tourism.
There are no magic elixirs to cure this ailment. And we're all
going to have to swallow some bitter medicine before things get
better.

KEYNOTER
Wayne Markham ........................ Publisher
Larry. Kahn ........ ................. . Editor
Melanie Elder ...................Marketing Director
Kathie Bryan ................... ... Financial Director
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No Name deserves 21st-century electricity


EDITOR:
The inception of the REA in May 1935, which
is now known as the Rural Utilities Service, was
established to assist with infrastructure funding for
providing power to rural areas of America.
Now some 72 years later, the people living on
No Name Key (yho couldn't get a certificate of
occupancy for their home without a weather head,
meter can and electric disconnect) who want to
avail themselves of basic electric service are being
forced to live by the idealistic vision of contrarian
neighbors imposed on them by a complicit County
Commission.
When the issue was decided and the gavel
dropped, sentencing No Name to Third World liv-
ing conditions of no electricity, the commissioners
got to go home and watch their big screens in the
air conditioning and bask in the very creature
comforts they denied the taxpaying citizens of No
Name Key. Here in the 21st Century in the most
advanced civilization in the history of the world,
that verdict was shameful and hypocritical:
No Name residents who wish to continue living
in a self-imposed field test of alternative energy
pursuits are free to do so, just.as they are in any
neighborhood in America, but how dare they and
the County Commission (and the court system)
insist their neighbors be unwilling participants in
their experiments of self-gratification.
Fears of grid power enticing property owners


to build unchecked are unfounded and financially
unfeasible due to No Name's negative rate-of-
growth-ordinance points in the county's oppres-
sive building code regulating new structures. It is
further unreasonable for present No Name resi-
dents on either side to assume that lots subdivided
for improvement would not be improved upon
eventually.
Since the fear of development is moot due to
the county's building-permit stranglehold that has
been the stuff of legend in my 40 years in the
Keys, the simple solution for the aesthetics that
seem to be grid opponents' remaining concern
should be a subterranean power supply, eliminat-
ing unsightly wires hung from power poles.
Furthermore, grid-power proponents should agree
to deed restrictions preventing streetlights, further
ensuring the natural mystique on the island remain
intact.
There are two additional bonuses of allowing
grid power. One is the ability to sell excess power
back to the grid, making a small contribution to
the country's energy woes; the second is the elimi-
nation of exhaust and noise of generators that now
run to power air conditioning units that are being
used anyway, actually enhancing the island's
peace and tranquility.
Nick Antonelli
Marathon


Fantasy Fest ride turns into nightmare


EDITOR:
At the last minute, my boyfriend and I decided
to go to Fantasy Fest. I hadn't been in a couple of
years and he's never been. I want to thank the
transit bus for the free rides they provided to try to
keep drunks off the road. They even staffed a
security guard on these buses.
Now, what happens if you get on a bus that has
a driver and security guard that just don't care?
My friend encountered this.
My friend, her brother and her brother's girl-
friend all piled up on the bus excited to go to their
first Fantasy Fest. Around mile marker 25, a man
on the bus stole my friend's wallet. They hap-
pened to catch the man midway through, but he
still managed to get the wallet. There were several
witnesses to this.
The brother approached the security guard and
told him what happened. Witnesses even tried to
tell the security guard exactly what they saw, but
his response was, "Nothing I can do about it." So
what does a brother do? He confronted the guy,
demanded the wallet be returned, and he says the,
last thing he remembers is being grabbed by the
neck and slung off the bus.
His sister was thrown off the bus so hard that
she doesn't even know what she hit, but she has a
very nasty and very large bruise on her side, just
under her ribs. The girlfriend ran off the bus
behind them. The three of them were stranded and
had no idea where they were.
So they Called the Sheriff's Office and talked to
dispatch, which sent a deputy out. The deputy
refused to try to stop the bus and told them they
were drunk and when they woke up in the morn-
ing. ihe 'd find her;wallet. '
I am having a hard time with this. Just because:


they are young adults headed to Fantasy Fest
means they are drunk? The deputy made a severe-
ly false assumption and left three young people on
the side of the road that had a real problem.
My friend has the marks to prove she was
severely, assaulted but is too upset to even go to
the Sheriff's Office to make a report thanks to one
deputy. I hope he is reading this. I'm going to
keep pushing my friend to go and file charges.
There will be a record of who responded when she
called and I hope he receives disciplinary action. I
hope no one went through this or something like
it. But if they did, I urge them to come forward, as
well.
Carrie Cravey
Long Key



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Keys Opinion


Saturday, November 10, 2007 7


Free speech.is muzzled


EDITOR:
On Nov. 7, 2006, the U.S.
mid-term elections were held,
resulting in a change of leader-
ship from Republican to
Democrat in both the House and
Senate. On that day, I affixed a
large red, white and blue sign to
my 1976 bicentennial Ford
Econoline van as it sat in front of
the Islamorada polling place. The
sign read, "Impeach Bush
Today!"
I sat there with my freedom
going away, serenading traffic
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. as I
reminded passersby to take part
in the Democratic process. From
my post, as hundreds of cars
passed me on U.S. 1, loaded with
thousands of citizens, I got an
overwhelmingly positive reaction
to my sign; thumbs up, horns
honking, peace signs and joyful
shouts from the passengers in
many of the vehicles filled my
day.
I saw no news photographers
from any local paper out there,
yet there were dozens of photos
and videos taken by citizens
rolling by. Many of those walk-
ing and bicycling requested to


have their pictures taken with my
sign. In the days following the
grassroots landslide vote, several
people gave me copies of their
photos to sign, which I conveyed
to the editors of the Keynoter,
Reporter and Islamorada Free
Press, with the caption, "The
Little Sign That Could." I was
disappointed and disgusted that
not one paper chose to print any
picture of it.
The editors' oppression, sup-
pression and repression of the
truth of what actually happened
at Islamorada's polling place on
Election Day '06 was, and still
is, a frightening and totally un-
American muzzling of free
speech, and a real and palpable
threat to the actual First
Amendment rights of the free
press in this country.
My father and mother, who
was a daughter of the American
Revolution, were both U.S.
Marine Corps officers and I am a
U.S. Navy Vietnam-era veteran.
Should the need arise, I would
still gladly give my life to pre-
serve the freedom in this country.
Van Cadenhead
Islamorada


EDITOR:
Are the people of Monroe
County aware of what's happen-
ing to the Marathon library?
The county commissioners
slashed the budget of a facility
that already functions at a bare-
bones level. Less money means
less staff and materials.
Imagine the chaos when the
winter season is here. From
January through April, the dou-
ble lines of people checking out
books goes to the door, but per-
haps some of the commissioners
have never even been to the
library.
Since 1889, when the very
first one was built in the United
States, the library has been the
backbone of the community. It
serves every resident, regardless
of age, gender, religion or ori-
gin. It is a refuge.for those who
cannot afford to buy books or
the expense of a computer and
the Internet. If the budget is cut
any more, we shall all suffer.
Please ask the commissioners,
to reconsider taking any more
money from a service that bene-
fits all of us. In a time when lit-
eracy is a huge concern, this is


inexcusable and will be another
nail in the coffin of our already
departing workforce.
Dianne Roberts
Duck Key


Land offer
still stands
EDITOR:
In response to the article in
the paper last week about
Grassy Key may get a new fire
station, I would like to make a
few things clear. A year ago we
offered Marathon Fire Rescue
an area within Whispering Pines
for a station. We would like the
city to know the offer still
stands.
Whispering Pines is not on
the market to be sold. The own-
ers are moving forward with
major construction such as new
docks for 25 boats, new elec-
tric, landscaping, pool and
beach area. Whispering Pines
will be one of the nicest RV
parks in the Keys.
Bill Sampsel
Grassy Key.


Workforce housing summit


to focus on what works


Workforce housing in Monroe County
has been a serious topic of debate for
more than a decade. Unfortunately, that
debate continues while vital workers
leave the Keys to find jobs and housing
they can afford in less-expensive locales.
The Key West Chamber of Commerce
has scheduled a free public workforce
housing summit for 1 to 5 p.m.
Wednesday at the DoubleTree Grand Key
Resort, 3990 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key
West, to shed light on the need for, efforts
under way, challenges, costs and funding
resources for workforce housing.
The need not only exists for public


employees including teachers,
firefighters and police officers,
but also for mid-income work-
ers.
In 1999, the average property
sale in Key West was
$322,000. In 2006, the average
sale had increased to $800,000.
While the real estate down-
turn has brought down home
prices somewhat, they still
remain out of reach for many
and unless there is some inter-
vention, that trend will contin-
ue.


Greg S
is oresidc


The Monroe County Key
Workforce Housing Task Force Chan
in 2006 estimated that the Co
county needs 7,300 additional Comm
workforce housing units. senior
Monroe is one of only two mane
counties in Florida to have lost W
population the past few years. ManagE
The Monroe County School in Ke
District reported that this fall,
it needed to hire 100 new teachers to
replace those who left. The district
employs about 600 teachers total.
Looking Keyswide, the Florida Keys
Electric Cooperative recently provided its
employees with generous raises to help
make up for the high cost of living in the
Keys.
Without these workers, the Keys'
tourism-based economy will crumble -
already businesses report difficulty find-
ing and keeping workers. Out of frustra-
tion, numerous business owners have
moved away due to the constant instabili-
ty of the Keys workforce.
Monroe County is not alone in this seri-
ous problem, but the logistics of the Keys
further compounds the problem.
In some areas of the country, workers
can live, in nearby: communities and. com-
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mute to work. But in other tourist-
dependent areas like the Keys where
about 120 miles separates Key West from
the mainland's more workforce housing
- special programs have been set up for
workers to rent and own housing.
For example, in Aspen, Colo., where
mountains and dangerous winter road
conditions make worker commutes from
outlying communities difficult at best, the
city of Aspen operates a program for
workforce housing whereby local workers
can rent or even own modest homes at
workforce rates. The housing program,
which requires developers to include
workforce housing in each
high-end development, is a
success and workers are stay-
ng put.
Lloyd Boggio, recognized as
an expert in workforce housing
and chief executive officer of
workforce builder Carlisle
Development Group, which
has built workforce housing in
the Keys, will serve as
Wednesday's summit keynote
speaker.
ullivan This forum is designed to
ent of the inform and provide in-depth
West information for those who have
ber of questions about challenges of
ce ans building and retaining work-
ce and s force housing. Local leaders
district and experts will share their
ger for expertise on the different facets
Iste of the topic as well as the
ment Inc. unique problems faced in the
West. Keys. Ample time will be
given after each panel discus-
sion for audience members' questions.
The summit is divided into sections,
with presenters explaining what efforts
are under way, what the housing needs
are now and in the future, the challenges
of building workforce housing, and testi-
monials from those who have succeeded
in providing such housing, as well as
those who.have purchased housing.
Participants include the Monroe County
School District staff, Habitat for
Humanity, the Key West and Monroe
County housing authorities, the mayors of
Islamorada and Marathon, Last Stand rep-
resentatives, and members of county and
city task forces and committees that deal
with workforce housing.
For more information on and reserva-
tions for this summit, call the chamber at
294-2587.


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R' News


Village to build own sewers


But the option
for Key Largo
still in play
By KRISTEN BURNIE
kbumie@keysreporter.com

After two years of indeci-
sion and more than $200,000 in
consulting fees, the Islamorada
Village Council has opted to
treat the village's sewage local-
ly unless it gets a better
offer.
The Village Council voted
unanimously Thursday to go
ahead with planning and
designing wastewater treatment
systems for Indian Harbor and
Indian Waterways on
Plantation Key and the south-
ern half of Lower Matecumbe
Key.
Still, the council didn't close
the door on the option of send-
ing wastewater to Key Largo.
The vote came after two
hours of discussion, during
which several residents
reminded council members of
the state deadline to have
advanced wastewater treatment


by 2010.
The council kept the Key
Largo option alive by voting
unanimously to let Councilman
Chris Sante ask the Key Largo
Wastewater Treatment District
board for two proposals.
The first would have
Islamorada paying part of the
cost of expanding the Key
Largo treatment plant or
pipeline to handle Islamorada's
flow; the second would have
Islamorada be a customer that
pays only for service, not con-
struction.
"If Key Largo made us an
offer we couldn't refuse, that
would make sense," Mayor
Dave Boerner said, "but we
don't have that offer yet."
Sante has publicly favored
piping Islamorada's wastewater
to Key Largo, which has a
treatment plant capable of han-
dling the region's wastewater.
Islamorada has spent two
years and more than $200,000
in consulting fees deciding
what to do with its sewage,
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from public works and utilities
Director Myles Milander to
keep it local.
Residents who spoke out for
the local option said it would
allow for reuse, keep treatment
control in Islamorada and cost
less in the long run. Others said
existing problems with the
treatment plant on Plantation
Key make the Key Largo
option more appealing.
SBy unanimous vote, the
council asked village staff to
develop a fee to cover planning
costs for the new systems and a
full-time wastewater staff.
Residents served by the
Plantation Key plant will not
pay the fee.
The council told Village
Manager Gary Word to ask
state Rep. Ron Saunders for
help in getting state-owned
land for the sites of the new


plants to help minimize costs.
But in light of recent state
budget cuts and an even tighter
state budget anticipated next
year, questions remained about
how the village will fund con-
struction by the 2010 deadline.
Milander reported that with-
out state funding, the four
plants would cost the village an
initial $115 million to build,
and another $39.6 million to
operate for 20 years.
"Everything is predicated on
money," Milander said. "We
haven't seen that from the
state."
"We don't have the money for
the next step," Councilman
Michael Reckwerdt said. "We
can plan it all we want, we can
talk about it all we want. I'll take
my chances with 2010 before I'll
crash forward blindly."


NEW AMBASSADORS: The city of Key West's ninth
Ambassador class has graduated. Here, eight members of
the 17-member class are on hand Tuesday to accept
graduation certificates from the City Commission. The
program is aimed at educating city residents about city
government. It focuses on each department within the
city, one by one, with directors making presentations and
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Water limits might increase


; Saturday, November 10,2007 9


District board
meets in Keys
2 days this week
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


With rains stopping and win-
ter visitors coming, South
Florida's water-supply troubles
will not vanish any time soon,
water managers says.
"The good news is that the
Florida Keys' wellfield is rela-
tively OK, but the bad news is
that our backup supply [at Lake
Okeechobee] is' not," said Jim
Reynolds, executive director of
the Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority.
With South Florida's rainy
season officially over, the situa-
tion is not expected to improve in
coming months.
Water-supply issues will be on
the minds of the South Florida
Water Management District's gov-
erning board when the panel meets
in Key Largo this coming week.
Reports on the district's envi-
ronmental status and the future of
water-use regulation will be dis-
cussed during workshops
Wednesday afternoon and during
the board meeting starting at 9
a.m. Thursday.
The sessions at the Marriott
Key Largo Bay Resort, at mile


marker 103.8, are open to the
public.
District staff this week issued
a warning that "South Florida
residents [should] prepare for a
prolonged, severe water shortage
with the possibility of tighter
water restrictions ahead."
"I've been anticipating getting
that phone call any day," said
Ronda Norman, director of
Monroe County Code
Enforcement.
County and municipal code-
enforcement staffs are charged
with issuing water-use violations.
The Keys remain under limited
water-use restrictions. Rules local-
ly in effect essentially limit regular
landscape watering to twice a
week in the early morning hours.
"It has not been a headache"
to enforce, said Norman.
"Once people are educated,
they are very willing to cooperate
[with restrictions], especially in
Monroe County," said Cecilia
Weaver, the district's local staff
representative. "We have seen
tremendous compliance with
very few violations."
Water Management District
managers have indicated that
South Florida's growing popula-
tion could lead to permanent
year-around limits of some type.
"A normal wet season was
never going to be enough to pull
us out of the water shortage left


behind by the 2006 far-below-
normal wet season and subse-
quent dry season," district
Executive Director Carol Ann
Wehle said in a prepared state-
ment. "We remain in a severe
regional water shortage."
Lake Okeechobee's level (as
determined by an average of sev-
eral monitoring locations) stood
at 10.38 feet this week.
The level has never been that
low in early November, managers
say. "The lake's water level was
12.67 feet above sea level 2.29
feet higher" in November 2006,
according to the district.
Lake Okeechobee serves as
the primary backup water source
for all South Florida.
"We got a lot of rain down
here in the summer, which helped
the Biscayne Aquifer at our well-
field, but they didn't get a lot far-
ther north," Reynolds said.
"As the winter goes on, it will
get harder and harder for [the dis-
trict] to get water through the
canals so that it reaches our
aquifer."
Keys residents now use less
water on a daily basis than they
used before Hurricane Wilma,
Reynolds said.
"The emphasis on green living
seems to be changing some
habits," Reynolds said. "But as
time goes on and more redevel-
oped properties come back
online, we could slip into our old
bad habits."


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The cause of the blaze is
undetermined, though Beaver
said Monroe County Sheriff's
Office detectives have video
in their possession from a
local business prior to the
incident,
"We have a surveillance
tape that shows a lot of activi-
ty in the area prior to the fire
and it is still being viewed by
Sheriff's Office detectives for
possible suspects," Beaver
said.
Beaver said it was deter-
mined the fire started in the
kitchen area once the scene
was secured.
"There were some appli-
ances on a table and the fire
patterns pointed to that area.
The -fire is considered suspi-
cious, cause is undetermined
and still under investigation,"
he said.
The business, popular
among the Cuban community,


belonged to Jose Moretta, who
also was the owner of a tire
business recently destroyed in
an Oct. 19 fire. Beaver said
Moretta had no insurance on
either business.
According to Beaver, a city
crew entered the structure to
attack the fire after a 5-inch
line was laid from the 15th
Street hydrant. One lane of
traffic on the highway was
closed for a time.
Beaver said he was advised
the building had possibly been
burglarized, as a door was ajar
and a window was forced
slightly and cracked. He then
called in the state fire marshal
and sheriff's office detectives
to investigate the crime.
"The interior crew verified
the door was not secured when
they made entry into the build-
ing," he said.
Restaurant manager
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building was secure when the
restaurant closed at 9
Thursday evening, he said.
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cashier's till was found miss-
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Libraries may
take big hit
in programs
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com


Cutting back hours of opera-
tion at the libraries and raising
transportation fees could shave
some $400,000 off Monroe
County's budget, Community
Services Director Deb Barcel said.
Her division was the first on
the chopping block Wednesday in
a series of County Commission
workshops aimed at shaving
.more than $4 million off the $79
million county budget.
Barcel said there are core serv-
ices the county is legally required
to provide,' including half a mil-
lion dollars last year for pauper
burials. Nursing-home billing and
animal control are other services
that cannot be eliminated from the
budget, she said.
Her department provides
$9.15 million worth of services at
a cost of $6.79 million to local
taxpayers. She said the balance is
grant money.
Barcel said the county's trans-
portation service, which provides
door-to-door service aimed at
helping people without trans-
portation get to doctors' appoint-
ments, the grocery store and the
like, is an essential service.


She proposed Wednesday
upping the fee from $1 per ride to
$2 and increasing the. monthly
pass from $25 to $40.
In addition, all branches of the
libraries would be rolled back
from six days a week to five, and
all but one evening would be
eliminated.
In Marathon alone, reducing
the hours of operation will impact
thousands of visitors.


$107,000 is
being saved
by not filling
three vacant
positions.


According to Allan Bosch, a
library assistant, records show that
more than 14,000 visitors came to
the Marathon branch Monday and
Wednesday mornings, the hours
of the proposed closures.
Barcel said there were
550,000 library visits in 2006
countywide, up from 200,000 the
year before.
Cutting back staff would also
impact programs and services


provided by library staffers,
Bosch said, including 37 chil-
dren's programs that served 850
kids last year. It would also likely
curtail a program in which.
staffers read to local preschoolers.
"'This county has operated and
funded these programs since I've
been on this commission,"
Commissioner George. Neugent
said. "We need to do some soul
searching. A lot of the services
we've had over the years, like the
libraries, are not what got us in
the problem we are today."
"This isn't something that just
came out of the woodwork,"
County Administrator Tom Willi
said. "This is the public scream-
ing for tax relief at the same time
the expenses have continued to
riseat 17 percent. Something has
to break in that process."
According to Barcel, the
Community Services Division has
already done some heavy cutting,
shaving more than half a million
dollars off the budget by reducing
eight staff from the libraries,
transportation, the Cooperative
Extension Service and in-home
services. She said another
$107,000 is being saved by not
filling three vacant positions.
Willi said the final decision to
roll back hours and increase bus
fares lies with the commission.
No agenda items addressing cut-
backs have been added to the
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sewer report
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Keys officials this week head-
ed to Tallahassee in hopes of
changing a failing grade to a
passing one from the
Department of Community
Affairs.
Monroe County Mayor Mario
Di Gennaro and 'County
Administrator Tom Willi met
Monday with DCA Secretary
Tom Pelham, asking him to
reconsider a September report to
the Florida Cabinet that says
Monroe County has not made
substantial progress sewering the
Keys.
DCA allows Monroe County
197 building permit allocations
annually. With the failing report
card, that can be reduced by 20
percent next year.
"We went with a goal for
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In September, DCA issued its
annual assessment of the county'
progress toward reaching a 2010
deadline for sewering the Keys.
Because the Keys are desig-
nated an Area of Critical State
Concern, the county comes
under annual scrutiny with
benchmarks that must be accom-
plished each year until the entire
"work program" is complete.
The goal of the program is to
update the county's septic sys-
tems and cesspits and stop
sewage from leaking into the
nearshore waters. DCA oversees
that progress.
Pelham's report -says the
county has not made "substantial
progress" in meeting the state
goals the past year.
"We agreed that there's a def-
inition that was used for progress
for a couple of years, and that's
what should be used for this
assessment," Willi said.
Willi and Di Gennaro went
armed with an assessment of
their own, which showed better
progress.
In a task-by-task breakdown,


the county's appeal to Pelham
shows that overall, the progress
is better than the initial assess-
ment.
For example, Pelham's report
card shows the county had ful-
filled only 59 percent of a
requirement to bond $80 million
for sewers. According to the doc-
ument Willi took to Tallahassee,
the county has accomplished 82
percent of that funding.
The county's letter of appeal
was signed by 10 local officials
including Key West City
Manager Jim Scholl and Bahia
Honda State Park Manager
Manny Perez.
"We are concerned that a
finding that we have failed to
make substantial progress would
greatly diminish the tremendous
effort to date and set the entire
wastewater movement back," the
letter says.
Willi told the Keynoter
Friday that the assessment next
year should use the stricter stan-
dards Pelham used this year.
Next year, the state will consider
removing the county from over-
sight by removing its designa-
tion as an Area of Critical State
Concern.


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Woods Corner turns a corner


16 new.units
arrive, sales
process starts
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


Sixteen new homeowners
could move into Islamorada's
first affordable-housing project in
January.
Construction of 16 townhouse
units at Woods Comer, across the
street from Coral Shores High
School at mile marker 89.9, con-
tinued at a breakneck pace this
week as crews moved and lifted
the two-story modular units into
position.
"It was so long in coming, we
were starting to wonder if it would
ever happen," said Deb Gillis,
chairwoman of Islamorada's
Workforce/Affordable Housing
Citizens Advisory Committee.
"But we did it."
The complex named for its
location at the comer of Woods
Avenue and U.S. 1 is being
constructed by Islamorada in
partnership with the Middle Keys
Community Land Trust.
All the three-bedroom, 2.5-
bath units will be sold to owners,
selection to be determined in part
by income limits.
Eight of the 1,360-square-feet
townhouses will be sold for
$130,500 to families making no
more than $50,000 annually.
The remaining eight will be
sold for $190,000 to families mak-
ing less than $75,000 annually.
While units will be individual-
ly owned, the property itself
remains under Land Trust owner-
ship. That means buyers must
accept deed restrictions intended
to keep the townhomes in the
affordable-housing market.
More than 40 applications
already have been received, Land
Trust Administrator Richard
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By this week, most of the five
main structures were expected to
be in place although finish work
and landscaping remains to-be
completed.
Modular units were selected
because of "the speed of con-
struction and the cost-effective-
ness," Casey said. "The quality of
construction is very high. They're
very reliable."
"We're very excited to be at
this point," Gillis said, "but we
need to keep working. The need
is still there. We don't have any
[affordable] rental units lined up,
and we could really use those."


Applications for the Woods
Comer project are still being
accepted. Single people as well as
families can apply.
The Land Trust will make an
initial qualifying review of the
applications, then forward the
applications to an Islamorada
committee.
Final selections will by made
on a blind basis, without commit-
tee members knowing the identi-
ty of the applicants they review.
"No names," said Gillis.
"We're trying to keep any
favoritism out of it. It's strictly by
criteria."
Construction money came
from a combination of grants and
a loan that will be repaid by the
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Lower Keys
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By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

The Monroe County Com-
mission is set to approve an
overall facilities plan for Lower
Keys sewers.
Though the vote is mostly a
formality at this point, it's
important to keep money flow-
ing from the state, Project
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three to six weeks."
That's because the commis-
sion's approval will finish up
the process with the state's
revolving fund loan program,
allowing the county to borrow
the money it needs to complete
the $21.2 million project that
will serve nearly 1,700 resi-
dences.
The county's share of the
expense is $14.6 million. State
grants are-making up the differ-
ence, says Wood.
Homeowners are looking at
$4,500 per household in hookup
fees, and Wood said close to $1
million has been collected in
advance. The islands being sew-
ered are Rockland, Big Coppitt,
Geiger and Shark keys.
Several parts of the project
are already underway, including
two collections systems under
construction.-
The County Commission
convenes Wednesday at 9 a.m.
at the Key Largo library. Also on
the agenda:
A report on $4.8 million in
construction change orders
requested by county contractors
in October. County Engineer
David Koppel said most of the
requests had to do with the new
Freeman Justice Center in Key
West. The county actually
approved only $83,000 in added
construction costs.
Approving a $78,000 con-
tract with a consulting firm to
design a special assessment pro-
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Termination of a lease
with Yoga on the Beach at Higgs
Beach in Key West. In a letter to
county staffers, owner Nancy
Curran says the ambiance at
Higgs no longer supports the
class. She says the classes will
be moved to the beach at Fort
Zachary Taylor State Park.
Approval to advertise a
public hearing to take input on a
special assessment for stormwa-
ter treatment. The county is con-
sidering fees to help pay to
install stormwater collection
systems throughout the Keys.
A discussion of the costs of
installing theatrical lights, sound
and rigging at the Murray E.
Nelson Government and
Cultural Center being construct-
ed in Key Largo. Including the
lights, which were requested by
a committee that helped formu-
late the layout of the center,
would add more than $400,000
to the project.
Consideration of an addi-
tional $3 in court costs to fund
Teen Court. The court offers
teenagers an alternative to a
conviction record, allowing
them to instead participate in
community service.

Keys briefs

Court TV to air
Melendi documentary
A- documentary about the
investigation into the murder of
Shannon Melendi, daughter of
Luis and Yvonne Melendi of
Key Largo, is set to air at 11
p.m. Tuesday on Court TV.
"I know a lot of people don't
like to watch programs like
these, but we have done it all to
prevent this monster from hurt-
ing another family," said Luis, a
prominent Upper Keys photog-
rapher.
Shannon was a 19-year-old
sophomore at Emory University
in Atlanta when she was kid-
napped and murdered in 1994. It
was a sensational case that drew
national exposure for years.
It was a case that went
unsolved for years until Dekalb
County (Ga.) prosecutors won a
murder conviction in 2005
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Saturday, November 10, 2007 15


Sewer contract up for approval


33rd Street ramp
also on agenda
Tuesday night
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon City Council
is scheduled to meet in regular
session Tuesday at 5:30 p.m..at
the Marathon Government
Center. Agenda items include:
A resolution awarding a
contract to Lanzo Construction
for the construction of sewer
treatment plants for service
areas four and six of the city's
proposed citywide system. The
amount is not to exceed
$8,147,019.
Community Services
Director Susie Thomas said the
city was able to negotiate $1.2
million in savings on the origi-
nal bid.
"A number of things hap-
pened to effect that. We found
some duplication in their bid,"
Thomas said. "We decided to
direct purchase the plant equip-
ment [and] saved their markup
and the sales tax on it."


Thomas said the total cost
for both plants and necessary
equipment will be $12,862,219.
Two resolutions dealing
with both the 33rd Street boat
ramp and the one adjacent to the
former Quay property.
The city will accept
$200,000 in grant money from'
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission for
the 33rd Street project, as well
as $375,000 over three years
from Monroe County.
"The money sits in escrow
and allows us to go out to bid,"
City Manager Mike Puto said.
"The first year we'll put in the
ramp, the second we'll work on
the bulkhead and the third we'll
do the paving."
Puto said the ramp will be'
much like the one installed at
Dodge Lake behind the airport
by Tedder Boat Ramp Systems.
A resolution accepting
$600,534 in grant money from
the South Florida Water
Management District for the
city's stormwater project.
Puto said the district
informed the city it had extra


money in its budget to con-
tribute because district officials
say they "appreciate and like
the projects we've been doing."
A resolution approving a
new spending threshold of
$10,000 for Puto. He was previ-
ously authorized to make pur-
chases up to $25,000 without
council approval. Puto said he
intends to discuss special cir-
cumstances for the policy with
council, such as purchases made
during a time of emergency.
A report by Puto regarding
the 30-day benchmark items,
such as implementing set office
hours, included in his recently
renewed contract. He said
Wednesday, the public would
be welcome to visit him at the
city hall trailers from 8 to 11
a.m.
"They wanted me to dedicate
a day, so between now and
Christmas I don't have any
meetings scheduled" during that
time, Puto said. "If the public
wants to come by, I'll be there
for them."
A resolution dealing with
fees and rates at the City of
Marathon Marina. Deputy City
Manager C.J. Geotis said he


will present suggested rates
based upon an analysis of pri-
vate marinas requested by coun-
cil.
Geotis said an all-inclusive
mooring-ball price of $250 per
month will include pumpout,
dinghy dockage and the use of
shower facilities.


"We're trying to make it eas-
ier for everyone instead of hav-
ing everything piecemeal," he
said.
For the hard docks, Geotis
said a summer rate of $13.75
per foot per month and a winter
rate of $18.50 per foot per
month will be suggested.


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Boat capsizes, two
rescued off Marathon

Two boaters were rescued
from the water minutes after
their 20-foot pleasure boat cap-
sized 3 nautical miles north of
the Seven Mile Bridge Thursday
night, according to the U.S.
Coast Guard.
The Guard initially received
a call from the two Marathon
men, whose names were not
released, by cell phone as they
stood on top of their capsized
vessel.
Coast Guard Station
Marathon had a 33-foot boat
underway and diverted it to the


two people and their vessel,
where they were rescued. Both
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"This could have been a real
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Chad Wendt, officer in charge of
Station Marathon. "They had no
lifejackets and were extremely
lucky to have been able to use
their cellular phone. Don't
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He said it's not clear why the
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out that things can change
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By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


Monroe County Supervisor of
Elections Harry Sawyer says
Tuesday's runoff election in Key.
West was "smooth as glass" --
with the exception of one severely
drunk resident who locked himself
in the Old City Hall bathroom that
night and didn't make it out until
after 7 p.m., when the Diebold
machines were shutting down.
Aside 'from that unsuccessful
voter, Key West came out as a
strong, powerful voice with 7,132
ballots cast compared to the Oct. 2
general election turnout of 6,342.
The total number of absentee
votes cast: 2,238 out of 2,713
requested. That accounts for
about 31 percent of the total num-
ber of votes.
Planning Board member
Barry Barroso Jr. worked vigor-
ously on the Morgan McPherson
campaign as a volunteer, collect-
ing 218 absentee ballots with a


terns show strengths


friend's help. McPherson was:
narrowly re-elected mayor over
Jimmy Weekley.
"People were averaging 35
absentee ballots a day for three
weeks," Barroso said, adding the
key grassroots goal was reaching
out to the nearly 6,000 people
who did not vote Oct. 2.
Precinct differences show
strong support for McPherson in
the New Town area. In the Senior
Citizen's Plaza precinct,
McPherson nearly doubled his
opponent, garnering 537 to
Weekley's 294 votes.
Weekley's strongest showing
was the Old City Hall precinct,
where he collected 644 votes to
McPherson's 270.
Still, it wasn't enough for
Weekley, who finished with 49.24
percent of the vote compared to
McPherson's 50.07 percent.
For victorious District 4 City
Commission candidate Barry
Gibson, the win "hasn't sunk in
yet."
But he already has an agenda
- he will join his new colleagues
in working to restrict displays of
offensive material and drug para-


phemalia, according to discus-
sion at Tuesday's City Com-
mission meeting. Gibson beat
Planning" Board Chairman
Richard Klitenick
The mayoral runoff campaign
grew increasingly contentious as
it went on. But Friday,
McPherson was cordial at the


In the Old
City Hall
precinct,
Weekley
collected
644 votes to
McPherson's
270 votes.


swearing-in' ceremony.
"I appreciate [Weekley] push-
ing us as hard as he could, to
make us work as hard as he
could." McPherson told the
Keynoter.
To make progress in the city,


government must stay "open to the
ideas of many; it will truly take a
collective thoughts," he said.
"We need to experience the
wealth of individuality regard-
less of color, race, sexual prefer-
ence or financial position,"
McPherson said.
In addition to McPherson and
Gibson's victories, former city
planner Ty Symroski won the
Group 1 Utility Board seat, beat-
ing out Realtor Charles Lee.
Also two referenda were
passed. One mandates a majority
vote from the residents of Key
West for the city to acquire or
annex any land.
In the second referendum, vot-
ers said yes to letting the city and
Bahama Conch Community Land
Trust begin negotiations for a
Truman Waterfront project
expected to include 60 to 70
affordable housing units, trade
schools and shops.
What's the next step for the
Land Trust?
"We'll send out [requests for
proposals] with parameters like
anybody else," Director Norma
Jean Sawyer-Atanda said. "We
need to know what the community
wants."


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Keynoter Keys News Saturday, November 10, 2007


State: Insurance still lags


Spehar says
Monroe plan
may resurface
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

An effort to establish some
sort of countywide health insur-
ance program went by the way-
side the past three years, but a
new statewide study could be the
impetus to get it going again.
On Oct. 31, the Florida Health
Insurance Advisory Board issued
a report showing that coverage
between 2001 and 2006 was at a
steady decline.
"This is not just Key West, not
just Monroe County," said
Virginia Panico, executive vice
president of the Key West
Chamber of Commerce. "It's a
problem for the country. If any-
thing, the problem's gotten a little
worse."
Panico was part of a contin-
gent of Keys activists who were
working to solve the problem
locally after a 2002 study showed
that half the county's residents
were either underinsured or not
insured at all.
"The need is definitely still
there," said Monroe County
Commissioner Dixie Spehar,
who chaired a health insurance
task force in 2003. "The players
are just as passionate as the day
we stopped meeting. If anything,
time has shown an even. greater
need."
.According to the new
statewide study, there are more
insured people and more unin-
sured, as well, in Florida.
"Based on 2006 U.S. Census


Bureau estimates, Florida's popu-
lation is 18.1 million and the num-
ber of persons in Florida without
health insurance now numbers
just over 3.8 million," it says.
"As the number of small busi-
nesses increase, Florida's unin-
sured population is also likely to
increase. Studies have repeatedly
shown that the smaller the busi-
ness as measured by number of
employees, the less likely that the
business will offer health insur-
ance."
In the Keys, small employers
were facing a crisis when the task
force was formed, unable to
attract the caliber of employees
they needed because they were
unable to offer health insurance.
Panico said the topography
has changed a bit, at least in Key
West.
"I wouldn't say it's a crisis,"
she said, "although employers
who supply health insurance fill
positions quicker. But a lot of the
service-industry employees are
young folks; they're not interest-
ed in health insurance, they're
interested in the pay."
That youthful attitude may
have been what stymied the task
force's efforts to create a county-
wide insurance program that
would cover all residents, Spehar
said.
The group came up with a
phased program that would have
basically created a reserve fund
out of which local doctors and
hospitals would be paid. That
approach requires a good contin-
gent of healthy people to partici-
pate in the plan. Their contribu-
tion pays for the less-healthy par-
ticipants; it's how insurance


Keys briefs


Building freeze put
on Big Pine, No Name

The Monroe County Planning
Commission unanimously ap-
proved a temporary building
moratorium on Big Pine and No
Name keys Wednesday to allow
county staffers to establish a mit-
igation program for future build-
ing on the islands.
The moratorium is for six
months, though Planning
Chairman Jim Cameron says it
may be shorter.


This is not the first freeze on
development on the two Lower
Keys islands. They were under
an extended moratorium while
state and federal agencies crafted
a Habitat Conservation Plan.
That plan, approved in 2003,
limits the number of building
permits allotted on the islands
over the next 20 years as a means
of conserving endangered
species, especially Key deer. It
allots eight market-rate and two
affordable housing permits for
Big Pine and No Name Key
annually.


works.
"A lot of businesses are hiring
people that don't require bene-
fits," Spehar said. "But we also
have a whole population that is
not indestructible. And we have
people that are having children."
Spehar said she wants to res-
urrect the countywide health
insurance proposal. She said
products of the actuary hired by
the county only need tweaking to
bring them up to date.


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Housing chief


gets renewal


Clayton is
extended to
September '08
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com

The Key West City
Commission unanimously
renewed city housing coordinator
Paul Clayton's contract Tuesday
night, quite the contrast to when
it was originally approved Feb. 7.
"Last time, they beat me up
and [Tuesday] night it was a non-
issue," Clayton said.
For his efforts at trying to pre-
serve and create affordable hous-
ing, Clayton will receive another
$40,000 from this past Oct. 1 to
Sept. 30, 2008.
"When I went in, I had a
learning curve," Clayton said. "I
knew the players, but I really did-
n't understand the depth of it."
Clayton says he'll continue to
focus on enforcing deed restric-
tions at housing developments
such as the Saltponds
Condominiums, ensuring they
are adhering to their contracts
properly.
He also mentioned more
workshops and educational
efforts to diminish negative
stereotypes that surround afford-
able-housing communities.

:- briefs


Seminar addresses
animal protection

Stand Up for Animals and the
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
are offering "Florida Animal
Protection Laws: Substance and
Enforcement," a program set for
8:30 a.m. until noon Nov. 19 at
the agency's hangar at Florida
Keys Marathon Airport.
The workshop will include
tips on how to properly investi-
gate and document animal neg-
lect and abuse, and how to help
the State Attorney's Office obtain
a conviction of someone that
commits a crime against an ani-
mal.
For further information, call
,,743-3779.


"We're going to continue sav-
ing 1,000 homes in a 1,000
days," Clayton said of the
Alliance of Community
Housing's progress. "Our goal is
for our committee to.get six or
seven more resolutions that will
help in the affordable-housing
area before the fiscal year is up."
Clayton also said he wants
companies to follow the lead of
McDonald's. The corporation
owns three houses for its workers
in Key West, according to
Clayton.
Clayton wasn't the only local
guru rehired for city work
Tuesday.
Sandra Walters Consultants
Co. beat out bidders PBS&J
Ecological Sciences and G.M.
Selby and Associates (both out of
Miami) for a city contract. She
will provide consulting services
in the planning area.
Also Tuesday:
Resident Tom Milone was
curious why the commission neg-
lected to explore the possibility
of alternative fuel for vehicles
and machinery, as it approved
spending $38,401 for a high-roof
cargo van for code enforcement,
$90,123 truck for sewer and
stormwater. collections and eight
portable generators totaling
$241,024, to name a few.
New Commissioner Teri
Johnston demonstrated a keen
interest in the expenditures,
grilling department heads over
the details of the resolutions.
+ A resolution to extend the
one-year agreement between the
city and First American
Telecommunications for pay
phones was withdrawn from the
agenda.
+ A Community Develop-
ment Block Grant Program
Disaster and Recovery Housing
Assistance Plan for the city to
assist those still suffering from
Hurricane Wilma damage was
approved.
Assistant City Manager John
Jones said there are about a dozen
people living in Federal
Emergency Management Agency
trailers and according to Housing
Authority Director Manuel
Castillo, about 250 to 300 units
that need remodeling from the
damage.


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Saturday, November 10, 2007 19


Group forms to buy


Waterfront Market


It hopes to
raise $1.5M
in two months
By SAM NISSEN
snissen@keynoter.com

Community activists dream-
ing of keeping the Waterfront
Market in Key West open have
taken a step toward making that a
reality.
On Friday, members of a
group calling themselves the
Friends of Waterfront Market
announced they've set up an
escrow account to start collecting
the money they need to buy the
market. They need $1.5 million
in less than two months, organiz-
ers say.
The store at the city water-
front was originally scheduled to
close on Sept. 30, as owner Buco
Pantelis had not signed a lease
with the city he won after p'ro-
tracted battles with Key West
officials.
But Pantelis did sign a deal
extending his tenure to the end of
December, as a deal brokered by
Mayor Morgan McPherson was


pending at the end of September.
The Friends of Waterfront
Market hope investments will
come from individuals as well as
the .grocery's more than 120
wholesale customers, including
local lodging and eateries.
Investing in the market just
makes sense for the Key West
Bight and all of Key West, says
group spokesman Richard
Tallmadge, owner of the nearby
Restaurant Store.
"The business community
needs the market for the superior
quality produce and products it
brings to the table," Tallmadge
said in a prepared statement. "To
sit idly by and let that happen
would be a crushing mistake."
The Friends of Waterfront
Market have also set up a Web
site, www.waterfrontmarket
.com, where anyone interested
can contact the newly formed
organization. Potential investors
can also e-mail them at water
frontmarket@gmail.com or call
The Restaurant Store at 395-
2456.
Other groups have shown
interest in purchasing the market,


including local investors and
national chains. But Pantelis says
he has yet seen an offer he can
accept.


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The Domestic Abuse Shelter Inc. (DASi held its 1st Annual "October
Community Fest" on October 18. 2007, in recognition of Domestic Violence
Awareness Month. The Board of Directors. CEO, and staff of DAS feel that this
event was a great success and we hope to have more community involvement
next year. A special thanks to Dae Howell for being the Master of Ceremonies
and the wonderful job that he did for us. We would like to express our appreciation
to all of the follow ing people who contributed to make this event a success:
Paster Keilh w ith New Life NMiusries Adrianne Mons & Robbin Michael J. Jammin'
George Mike Green David Preston John Bartns Glenn Faust The Pirates ofl Marquesas
for donating their time and energy to give a great show for the children Ttifen Pickering for
donating his 50-50 innings back to DA.S DAS would also like to thank: Nla\or Chris Bull
and Asistant State Attorney Patrick McCullah for their contribution and support of DAS and
the %work that the\ do The Monroe Count\ Sheriff's Office and the State Attorme\ Office
for staffing their information booths, including fingerprinting of the children CM Bishop and
Shari Cronin of the Business and Professional Women's Club foi their excellent face panting
* Fran New man of the Marathon Moose Lodge for donating the use of their tables and chairs
Marine Bank for their \wonderful donations of food for the extent
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Islamorada developers who
have the means and the money
can now bypass the lengthy line
for a building permit by transfer-
ring development rights from one
property to another.
At its meeting Thursday, the
Islamorada Village Council unan-
imously approved a transfer-of-
development-rights ordinance
that allows developers to move
building rights from one property
to another parcel with equally or
less restrictive zoning.
That means instead of waiting
in the building-permit allocation
system, developers can purchase
a small home, tear it down and
use the building rights to con-
struct a larger home on another
piece of property.
Staff in the village Planning
and Development Services
Department wrote the ordinance
and recommended it to council,


saying it will likely decrease the
number of administrative-relief
cases, in which Islamorada is
forced to buy land from property
owners who've been in line for a
permit for more than four years,
that are approaching in upcoming
months.
Council passed the ordinance
with tougher restrictions suggest-
ed by the Local Planning Agency,
which state that market-rate
building rights can only be trans-
ferred to market-rate or afford-
able-housing units, and that rights
for building on dry lots cannot be
transferred to waterfront lots.
Council also added its own
restrictions, stating that existing
buildings with more square
footage than is permitted for the
lot size can only transfer off the
excess square footage; trans-
ferred rights cannot be used to
build in a V flood zone; sites
where building rights are
removed can still be used for
accessory items like sheds and
swimming pools; and sites where
building rights are removed must
be restored to a natural look with-
in six months of the transfer.


In other business, the council:
Voted 3-2 to fund a full-
time accountant position at the
request of Finance Director Alice
Filinovich. The source of funding
the $42,000 in salary and benefits
has not been determined. Vice
Mayor Cathi Hill and Council-
man Michael Reckwerdt voted in
opposition, saying many depart-
ments are overworked and that
Filinovich's request came after
the budget process.
+ Approved the release of
$100,000 for adjustments to staff
salaries. Village Manager Gary
Word said he'll wait until he
receives the results of a compen-
sation study from Evergreen
Solutions LLC before dispersing
the money. Reckwerdt voted
against releasing the funds; he
wanted to see a breakdown of
who was getting the money.
Unanimously approved an
ordinance .that says property
owners can no longer seek an
administrative variance for
exceeding a 35-foot height build-
ing restriction. Instead, they must
apply for a much more restrictive
generalvariance, and must also
have a public hearing.


Obituaries


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KEYNOTER


Keys Business


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Marlin Bay hosts
Saturday open houses

Marlin Bay Yacht Club. a
private manna community
under construction at 39th
Street bayside in Marathon.
will host holiday open hous-
es three upcoming Saturdays.
Catering % ill be by
Crisiiano's and holiday deco-
rating by D'Asign Source.
There w lU be tasting of the
2007 Georges DuBoeuf
Beaujolais Nouveau.
The open houses are from
1 to 5 p.m. No\. 17 and Dec.
1 and 8.

Keys trade group
donating to troops

The Kel s chapter of
Hospitalht Sales. and
Marketing Association
International has chosen an
overseas serviceman and his
unit to %w which to send needed
items, and seek, help with
donations.
The beneficiaries are
technician Phillip Wolfe-
Armament and his unit. B
Company 307th Brigade
Support Banalion. 1st
Brigade Combat Team. 82nd
Airborne Di\ vision. They're
stationed at Camp Adder in
southern Iraq.
Needed are baby wipes,
instant noodles, personal
hygiene supplies (for men
and w omen i. and books and
magazines.
For specifics on how to
donate, call 888i 792-9770.


Former tug
to be used
as dive site
McClatchy Tribune


A Bay County (Panama City)
Tourist Development Council
committee voted unanimously
Wednesday to recommend the
full board approve $40,000 for an
artificial reef to benefit sport


divers and fishermen.
The TDC's marketing commit-
tee voiced strong support for the
effort by Danny Grizzard, director
of Florida Aquatic and Marine
Inc., to sink the decommissioned
tug Red Sea at a planned site about
5 miles off St. Andrew Bay pass in
75 feet of water.
Built in 1970, the tug is 125
feet long and 32 feet wide. It cur-
rently is moored at the Panama


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City Marina after being towed to
the area from its former home in
Key West.
Mike Oomez, co-owner of the
Panama City Dive and Ski
Center, told the committee the
Panama City Beach area former-
ly was known as the best sport
diving area in Florida but has lost
visitors and trade to areas such as
Pensacola in recent years. Divers
often complain of'being tired of


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CONSUMER t'


A number of privacy groups Online ad sales are forecast to
Wednesday called for creation of more than double to $44 billion in
a "Do Not Track List" that would 2011 from $17 billion in 2006,
prohibit advertisers from tracking according to eMarketer.com. The
consumers' online activities growing popularity of online ads
Similar to the popular Do Not is due in part to the sophisticated
Call telephone lists, the Internet technology available to target ads.
proposal comes amid impressive The issue arose during recent
gains in online advertising rev- congressional hearings on
enues, providing critical revenue Google's $3.1 billion bid to buy
to startups and Web giants such DoubleClick Inc., which places
as Google and Yahoo. ... and trakls'eorflnte&ads -. ..


Consumer groups counter that
companies such as DoubleClick
collect vast amounts of data on
Web users that amount to a poten-
tial privacy threat.
Computer users should be
notified when their Web surfing
is tracked, argue the Consumer
Federation of America, the World
Privacy Forum and the Center for
Democracy and Technology,
among other groups in a coalition
promoting the idea


The Mermaid & The
Alligator is just a few
blocks from Duval Street.

The Mermaid

The Alligator
Key West

The Mermaid & The
Alligator does not play host
to anything "too outlandish."
says Dean Carlson. a part
o\ ner of the guesthouse.
Except for that decades-old
ghost of a soldier.
"People who used to live
here come by and say 'Does
anyone say anything about
the ghost?'" says Carlson,
\\ ho has not seen the ghost
himself. '-They say the same
thung and without ever hav-
ing heard that story before,
and that's w hat makes me
believe."
Carlson says all of the
guests who experience the
ghost say it's friendly and
never otherwise disturbs
guests. And the guests are
not there to be disturbed, but
for personalized and unique
relaxation.
The Mermaid & The
Alligator owners say the.
pride their resort on a lack of
excitement.
"We've created a quiet
getaway Du al [Street] is
only two blocks, but they
can get away from the crazi-
ness here," Carlson says.
"We have such great guests
- I guess it might be boring
in that aspect."
The Mermaid & The
Alhgator is at 729 Truman
Ave. Call 294-1894 or go to
www.kwmermaid.com.








Keys Business


Saturday, November 10, 2007 23


Former Keys tug going down


TUG / From 22

seeing the same wrecks, he said.
"We can recapture the crowd
that we once had if we work
together," Gomez said.
Marketing committee mem-
bers said they strongly agreed.
Grizzard provided a 1998 eco-
nomic study that showed sport
diving pumped $150 million each
year into the county economy.
"This is a one-time expense
that has a long-term benefit,"
committee member Bill Spann
said. "There is no way you can
overstate the value of this."
Recalling his years as operator
of Bay Point Marina, Spann said,
"The most common question we
would get [from visiting boaters]
was, 'Where are the wrecks?'"
Grizzard said it will cost about
$70,000 to prepare and sink the
tug once final permits are
approved by the state Department
of Environmental Protection and
Bay County.


Infinity Blu Deyelopment
Group in August provided a
$30,000 interest-free loan to the
local group toward expenses in
exchange for renaming the vessel
the Infinity Blu. The group needs
to carry out the sinking by mid-
December, Grizzard said.
Escambia County won the
right to -acquire and sink the
decommissioned aircraft carrier
USS Oriskany last year. The hulk
has become a major tourist attrac-
tion and prompted a major infu-
sion of tourism revenues to the
county, Grizzard said. The coun-
ty's $1 million investment
already has been repaid in addi-
tional revenues, he added.
He also cited the 510-foot
Spiegel Grove, a former military
ship sunk off Key Largo in May
2002. It has sparked between $10
million and $14 million in annual
tourist revenues, Grizzard said.
The Key Largo Chamber of
Commerce couldn't confirm that
number.
The Keys TDC contributed


Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
STARBUCKS TAKES SHAPE: Finishing touches are applied
to the new Starbucks coffee shop near mile marker 99.6 in
Key Largo. The shop could open early this week,
according to reports. The only other Starbucks in the Keys
is in the Crowne Plaza La Concha in Key West.


$868,000 toward the Spiegel
Grove scuttling, Key Largo
Chamber of Commerce President
Jackie Harder said..
Efforts are under way in Key
West to sink the 520-foot former
military vessel USS Vandenberg
7 miles off Key West. Cost to
scuttle the ship, now being
cleaned in a Virginia shipyard, is
estimated at around $6 million.
The Keys TDC has pledged $1
million toward the Vandenberg
but has also rejected a request for
$2 million more, citing the need
for TDC expenditures in other
areas of the Keys and on attrac-
tions other than diving.

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this report.


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S KEYNOTER


ys briefs


Be on the lookout
for the red kettles

The Middle Keyv
Sah aion Arnm kicks off its
red-kenle season No\. 17 at
Publix and Walgreens.
The Zonta Cluh of
Marathon is manning the ket-
tles for the Nbddle Kes
kickoff day. To get southh
in\ol ed, a local donor is
offering a linuted number of
free moo le tickets to any
Stanley S\ itlik Elementary
School or Marathon
NMiddle/High School student
\\ ho volunteers tIV o hours
ringing a kettle. An adult
must accompany\ the .outh.
All money raised slays in
the Keys for such tlungs as
assistance % ith rent. utilines.
medical bills. food. clothing.
, 1-c -.


Matt Gregory
ends his trek at
Key West's
Southernmost
Point and
shows off his
big prize from
his
cross-country
walk: a T-shirt.


To siC up to ring call q.. Keynoter photos
'To si up to rug. all by KYLE TEAL
797-1533.

Easter eals unveils Not exactly a walk in the park
its latest ornament


Easter Seals Florida/Ke\ s
Region has isued a new
Christmas ornament for 200S
The 16th annual ornament
in the collector' series.
"Bridges of Monroe County"
by local artist Erin Backer,
features a scene of one of the
man\ bridges in the Ke\s.
The limited-edition ornament
is 24-karat gold-o\er-bras,.
Onl\ X8O0 k ill be sold:
the\ 're available no\\.
Cost is $21 plus 7.5 per-
cent sale tax. TheN 're avail-
able at Easter Seals. 5220
College Road on Stock
Island. and all Fust Stale
Bank locations from Kcei
West to Ke\ Largo. Easter
Seals \\ill also ship orna-
menis for a small fee.
Proceeds sta mn Monroe
Count) and help pro, ide
funding for the organizanon's
Therapy Center outpatient
ser ices to children and
adult., the Earl\ Steps,
Program for special-needs
infants and toddlers, and the
Child De elopment Center.
To order, call 294-1089'
and ask for Marguerite.


A journey of a thousand miles, well,
actually 5,000, ends
in Key West 4


By RYAN MCCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

On the 434th day after
he left Bellingham, Wash.
Matt Gregory's joume
finally came to an end. -
The 28-year-old
reached the
Southernmost Point in
Key West Thursday
after walking 5,001.1
miles in honor of his late
mother Carolyn, whom ihe
said was "the most impor-
tant person in my lile."
She passed away from
melanoma in 1999.
Gregory said the
moment was very em.o-
tional and it has yet to
sink in the voyage is
complete. He even
dove in the water with
all his gear on, was
sprayed with .cham-
pagne and presented with a T-shirt
that read "I walked from
Bellingham, WA to Key West, FL


;,',P and all I got was
this T-shirt."
7 "It's nice to
Sing, but it's kind
of weird. For so
long I've
always had

% alk and now it's
like, 'Bar, I'm
done,'" he said.
"After 434 days ...
I'm done."
The weary
traveler says he
Sv will spend some
time in Key
West before
contemplating
his next
S move. The
C u r r y
S Mansion Inn
V has offered
to put
Y G Gregory
up for a
few days


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As promised, Matt Gregory excitedly jumps into the ocean
behind the Southernmost Point backpack and all -
Thursday afternoon in Key West.


free of charge.
"I'm not going to rush out of
Key West; it took me a long time
to get here," he said, adding calls
from friends and family had been
pouring in since his arrival early
Thursday.


Gregory said the suggestion
for the cross-country trek came
from a friend who knew he want-
ed to do something to raise money
for cancer research.


See LONG WALK / 27


K~s Living







Keynoter


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Keys briefs


Learn to splice
mooring-buoy lines
The Marathon Sailing Club,
Florida Keys National Marine
Sanctuary and city of Marathon
have planned a line-splicing ses-
sion for buoys for 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at the City of Marathon
Marina.
Expert instructors will be on
hand to help teach beginners.
Refreshments will be served.

Club looks at
holiday flowers

The Marathon Garden Club
hosts its next monthly member-
ship meeting at 11:30 a.m. Nov.
16 and hears from Nancy Miller, a
nationally accredited flower-show
judge. She'll talk on the topic of
"Holiday Fun with Flowers:
Designs for Thanksgiving and
Christmas."
The club is at mile marker 50
bayside. Call 743-4971.

Antonia's cooking
for AIDS Help Sunday

Sunday marks the 23rd year
that Antonia's Restaurant, 615
Duval St., Key West, hosts a
fundraising dinner for AIDS Help.
It starts at 5:30 p.m. and costs
$125 per person.
The menu begins with butter-
nut squash and brie soup with
shaved black truffles followed by
grilled Portobello mushroom caps
with frise salad, caramelized
pears, toasted walnuts, dates and
Gorgonzola cheese with honey
Balsamic vinaigrette.
The pasta will be house-made
ravioli filled with smoked salmon
and mascarpone served with basil
cream sauce. The entree will be
rack of lamb chops grilled with
port wine-reduction sauce, veg-
etable risotto and roasted Roma
tomato. Belgian chocolate chip
bread pudding with rum raisin
sauce is the dessert.
For reservations call Pam
DeMala at AIDS Help at 296-
6196.

See the critters
at the Animal Farm

The Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Animal Farm is open from
1 to 3 p.m. this Sunday while


plans are under way for its annual
Christmas at the Animal Farm,
scheduled for Dec. 16.
The farm, at the Stock Island
jail on College Road, has tropical
birds, snakes, ferrets, rabbits,
horses, ponies, a llama, goats,
sheep, pigs, chickens and more.
Admission is free.

Tierney discusses
Colorful landscapes

Pat Tierney of Tropical
Landscapes is the guest speaker at
the Thursday meeting of the Big
Pine Key Botanical Society, speak-
ing on "Using Color In Your
Landscape."
It's at 7:30 p.m. at Lord of the
Seas Lutheran Church on Key
Deer Boulevard on Big Pine Key.
The public is welcome. Following
the talk is a plant raffle. Questions?
Call Maryann at 872-5782.

St. Peter guild's
craft fair returns

The St. Peter Catholic Church
Ladies' Guild has its annual craft
fair 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 17 and 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 18. Coffee and
doughnuts will be available along
with lunch.
Crafts, stained glass, plants and
a bake sale are part of the event.
The church Youth Group will
have a yard sale in the church
pavilion the same times as the
craft fair.
St. Peter is at mile marker 31.3.

San Pablo plans
Christmas Bazaar

San Pablo Catholic Church of
Marathon has its annual'
Christmas Bazaar at the 122nd
Street church Nov. 17 from 8:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. and Nov. 18 from
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will many handmade
items including knitted and cro-
cheted Afghans, sweaters and like.
Other items include Christmas
ornaments and decorations, silk
flower arrangements and some
clothing.
The kitchen will be open for
hot dogs along with a bake sale.
Raffle items include a basket of
cheer; a handmade Afghan; an
original watercolor by local artist
Julie Joyce; and 5 pounds of stone
crabs. Tickets are $1 each or six
for $5.


Mexican fiesta
benefits AIDS Help

What's billed as the inaugural
Mexican Fiesta Dinner, a
fundraiser for the Southernmost
AIDS/HIV Ride Together (known
as the SMART Ride), heats up
Nov. 18.
It's raises money for the two-
day 165-mile bicycle ride from
Miami to Key West to take place
in early 2008. The ride has raised
more than $1.4 million in its four
years existence, of which local
beneficiary AIDS Help has
received more than $200,000.
The dinner is from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. Nov. 18 at 1550 Johnson St.,
Key West. Cost is $25 per person
and includes a variety of Latin-
flavored dishes created by local
caterer Mindy McKenzie. There
will also be margaritas and san-
gria.
The reservation deadline is
Thursday. Call Pam DeMala or
Eric Baker at 296-6196.

Coral Shores council
to meet on Tuesday

The Coral Shores High School
Advisory Council next meets at 7
p.m. Tuesday.in the school media
center. For more information, call
Michele Sciarrone at 852-9088.


1111 12th Street
Suite 105
Key West, Florida
305-292-9899


Saturday, November 10, 2007


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' "Keys Living


Keys honor roll

Following is the Plantation
Key School honor rollfor the first
nine-week grading period:
+ Fourth-grade principal's:
Baylee Beverly, Clay Cummings,
Ryne Danzig, Dalton Falcucci,
Sierra Frier, Jackie Haddad,
Seanna Lindbaek, Mary Pauchey,
Emily Perrotti, Zane Phair, Joel
Terrill, Mackinzie Warren and
Katarina Wronka.
+ Fourth-grade faculty: Noah
Armstrong, Madison Campbell,
David Coffman, Clayton
Cummings, Sierra Frier, Jacob
Fulper, Jamie Gunthner, Jessie
Gunthner, Jackie Haddad, Harry
Normington, Jessica Jorgensen,
Maggie Malone, Michael Papp,
Mary Pauchey and Darlene
Romero.
+ Fifth-grade principal's:
Rachel Britton, Jessica Butler,
Cheyenne Cale, Brian Cash, Dani
Christmas, Pookie delPino,
Spencer Hack, Kyia Herlth,
Emily Jones, Robert Mather, Paul
Pauchey, Noelle Perry, Gonzalo
Pin, Carli Tejera, Ian Thomson
and Rachael Walters.
Fifth-grade faculty:
Sebastian Barriga, Sara Beeler,
Skyler Coleman-Clarke, AJ
Comeforo, Natalie Davidson,
Eddie Dunn, Marley Greene,


Janessa Hiatt, Rion Hunter, Macy
Martin, Cara Mohr, Christian
Morgan, Jacob Queen, Gus
Renfroe, Joslyn Schipper, Robert
Shermer, Thyme Toth and Kyle
Velunza.
+ Sixth-grade principal's:
Chloe Butler, Kelly Cassidy, Dori
Christmas, Mallory Dye, Alec
Houston, .Thomas Loffredo,
Kelly Anne MacCombie, Jacob
Niedbalski, Jessica Penix and
Alexys Ramos.
+ Sixth-grade faculty:
Alexandra Absten, Conner Bell,
Clair Brutger, Spencer Calvert,
Vincent Chao, Benjamin Colmes,
Storm Dixon, Zac Everson, Nate
Gasser, Raymond Hysong, Kirby
Johnson, Zoe Koval, Bryce
Lankford, Ellie Leopold, Megan
Matthews, Devin McBride,
Katherine McCormick, Deni
Paquette, Emarie Priu, Briauna
Purdo, Christine Raddatz,
Brittany Richards, Camilla Roa,
Derek Romero, Tanner Sabalka,
Jessica Smits, George Stone,
Pedro Tellez, Lars Vihlen, Zoe
Warren, Tyler Webb, Michele
Wilson and Zac Wronka.
+ Seventh-grade principal's:
Seam Aziz, Landon Brooks,
Thomas Carter, Leila Cicic,
Kellen Clarke, Addison Duma-


Kenny, Rachael Matthewson, RD
Matthewson, Amanda Miller,
Josie Moreland, Gabby Olsen,
Abbie Parmenter, James Rhyne,'
Gaitlyn Roth, Samantha
Fioravanti-Score, Kaitlyn
Sebben, Rebecca Swango,
Nicholas Teach, Michael
Vaughan and Mallory Wiecjorek.
Seventh-grade faculty:
Harlie Arocho, Kirsten Bums,
Brandon Butters, Nilya Cortez,
Kristina DeSantis, Nyan Feder,
Jonathan Gahagen, Patrick
Greene, Cody Gunthner, Alex
Harris, Chyenne Harris,
Samantha Hickory, George
Hoyo, Chloe Kohl, Michael
Landry, Guy Lawrence-Snell,
Carlie McClenithan, Melina
Miller, Megan Mullen, John
Perrotti, Shannon Premaza, Ryan
Ramos, Tyler Rieke, Alex Rifice,
Dakota Roberts, Alexis Salvatore
and Amanda Stevens.
+ Eighth-grade principal's:
Sara Blackwell, Michael Dann,
Bud Humelsine, Jordan
Lankford, Jonathon Lindback,
Joanna McCoy, Dylan Norris,
Abby Padgett and Gabe Roberts.
Eighth-grade faculty: Emily
Albury, Rashedul Aziz, Darryn
Bahn, Ryan Bahn, Morgan
Beaton, Alex Castillo, Veronica


Chao, Christina Cockrell, Austin
Coleman, Andrew Corsini, Eric
Ekblom, Ryan Engel, Travis
Ferguson, Melissa Figaredo,
Faith Finfrock, Dean Ford, Katie
Fry, Megan Fryman, Gianni
Gonzalez, Jessica Haddad, Diana
Harris, Jorge Juarez, Dylan
Kasheta, Savannah Koval, CJ
Linstrom, Kelsey Miller, Mimi
Montero, Nicole LaMorte,
Camari Lopez, Evangeline Mays,
Shanna Morehouse, Cira Olsen,
Tony Papp, Rachael Peacock,
Samantha Peters, Jason Petrov,
Landon Pierog, Hank Pinder,
Matt Quann, Steven Sardinas,
Steven Saumell, Carly Seyfried
and Mailyn Yoria.

Following is the Island
Christian School honor roll for the
first nine-week grading period:
+ Superintendent's: Carrlee
Pinder, Jeimy Glaze, Jennifer
Subic,- Brittany Messinger,


Daniel Pratt, Abbigail Lindhom,
Laurdn Montagne, Olivia Manz,
Katie Panskyy and Natalie
Sassine.
Principal's: Danielle Price,
Casey Willey, Ashleigh Verwyst,
Laura Wright, Jessica Lankford,
Melanie Meroni, Kadian Carter,
Jordan Izaguirre, Katie Larson,
Jackie Morera and Amanda
Ruano.
Faculty: Stormy Bradway,
Nick DeMarco, Matt Izaguirre,
Ezra Jimenez, Tim Ludeke,
Charlie Marmitt, Nathan
Overfield, Christopher
Richmond, Jessica Willey, Tom
Cavanagh, Aaron Izaguirre,
Anthony Dellinger, Cody Hogue,
Mary Ellen Petraska, Tim
Globus, Yana Byazrova, Brittni
Dudley, Charlie Hertel, Breeanna
Prince, Philip Resillez, Dylan
Ayres, Amanda Ledwith, Jessie
Ledwith,Amanda Minton and
Alex Puto.


Keys briefs


Children's health
group meets Tuesday

The Florida Keys Healthy
Start Coalition has its annual
general membership meeting set
for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at
the Marathon Yacht Club.
Jennifer Floyd, executive
director of the Healthy Start
Coalition of Brevard County, is
the guest speaker. The meeting
will cover Keyswide initiatives.
For more information or to
RSVP, call 293-8424.

Spanish carnival
gets cultural today

A Spanish carnival featuring
games, crafts, cultural booths
and musical entertainment cen-
tering around Spanish culture is
set for today from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the Treasure Village
Montessori Charter School, mile
marker 86.7 oceanside. A dunk
tank and key lime pie contest
also are to be featured.
The students have been
studying Spanish cultures from
around the world and are putting
their entrepreneurial skills to use
by holding the carnival to raise
money for field trips.
. Cost is $5 for kids under 13
and $10 for ages 13, which
includes the games, lunch and


drinks. Festivities continue for
the adults that evening at Manny
& Isa's Restaurant in
Islamorada, where for $35 per
person, you get all-you-can-eat
Latin food.
For more information, call
852-3482.

Kids' advocates
receive funding

Voices of the Florida Keys, a
volunteer nonprofit organization
that benefits children in the
guardian ad litem program in
Monroe County, has received a
$10,000 grant from the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office's
Shared Asset Forfeiture Fund to
finance medical and dental care
for children in the program.
Some of the children have
never seen a dentist. One boy
had braces for three years that
hadn't been adjusted since he'd
gotten them. Others had dis-
eased gums that caused the chil-
dren to keep getting sick.
Dec. 15 is Voices' annual
fundraising fashion show and
luncheon at Cheeca Lodge in
Islamorada. All proceeds go to
help children in the program.
For more information about
Voices, call Phyllis Mitchell at
664-4163. For more information
about the fashion show, call
Gene Silverman at 664-3316.


keynoter


CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
10045-55 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
; Phone: (305) 743-0033 Fax: (305) 743-3667
7" www.ci.marathon.fl.us
NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM METHOD OF COLLECTING
NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS
City of Marathon, Florida (the City) hereby provides notice, pursuant to section 197.3632(3)(a),
Florida Statutes, of its intent to use the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem special
assessments to be levied within the incorporated area of the City for the cost of providing
wastewater treatment systems commencing for the Fiscal Year beginning on October 1, 2008.
The City will consider the adoption of a resolution electing to use the uniform method of
collecting such assessments authorized by section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, at a public hearing
to be held at 5:30 PM on November 27, 2007, at the Marathon Government Center/Monroe
County Emergency Operations Center, 2nd floor, 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida.
Such resolution will state the need for the levy and will contain a legal description of the
boundaries of the real property subject to the levy. Copies of the proposed form of resolution,
which contains the legal description of the real property subject to the levy, are on file at the
10045-55 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida. All interested persons are invited to attend.
In the event any person decides to appeal any decision by the City with respect to any matter
relating to the consideration of the resolution at the above-referenced public hearing, a record
of the proceeding may be needed and in such event, such person may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the public hearing is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
on which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding
should contact the City of Marathon at 305-289-5020, 2 days prior to the date of hearing.


DATED this 27th day of October, 2007.
By Order of: Marathon City Council
CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA


CIT OFM R T O ,FO IA Pbise entr1/70,1/3/7 11/7&1/70


Published Keynoter 10/27/07,10/31/107, 11/10/07 & 11/17/07







Keys Living


Saturday, November 10, 2007 27


Walk raises $11,000


LONG WALK / From 24

"My best friend gave me the
idea for. the walk about 30 days
before I left. The whole thing hap-
pened quickly," he said.
Melanoma was the second
bout with cancer Carolyn
endured; the first was leukemia
when she was pregnant with him,
Gregory said. It was his goal to
raise money along the way to help
ensure no one else loses a loved
-one that way.
So on Sept. 1, 2006, Gregory
strapped on his backpack, grabbed
his walking sticks and headed
south along the Pacific coast.
Along the way he has encountered
some tremendous generosity and
garnered quite a bit of press.
Gregory said as of Tuesday,,
when he was passing through
Marathon on his way to Sunshine
Key for the night, his story had
appeared in 71 newspapers, on 36
television stations and around a
dozen radio stations. He was
interviewed live on US1 radio
Thursday morning as he complet-
ed the last leg of his journey.
To date, he has stayed in 109
different homes. A dozen of those
were friends and family, a few
others friends of friends, but the
remainder were complete
strangers. Among them were
Patsy Kistner of Marathon, in
whose home he stayed Monday
night. They met at Alabama Jack's
the previous Thursday.
"He's very intent on trying to
make a difference," she said. "I
consider him like one of my own


Keynoter photo by KYLE TEAL
Gregory finally makes it to his
destination as tourists gawk
from a nearby Conch Train.
kids now; he's just that nice."
"For me to stay at a stranger's
house, I don't even think about it.
It inspires people; some mention
they've never done something
like that," Gregory said of the
walk.
Gregory said he's raised
$11,000 for the Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Research Center in Seattle
and hopes to do more in the com-
ing months and years. He said his
"biggest goal is to put a book
together and piece together a doc-
umentary" based on journals he
has kept and some 75 hours of
video shot throughout his journey.
For more information on
Gregory's trip or to make a dona-
tion, visit his Web site at
www.MyWalkingAdventure.
com, or e-mail epttam@yahoo
.com.


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Biologist talks
water, reef, urchins

Upper Keys plant enthusiasts
will hear a local marine expert
speak on the need to restore
urchins to the coral reef Tuesday.
The Native Plant Society
meets at 7 p.m. at the Islamorada
library at mile marker 81.5, bay-
side. The program is open to all.
Fishery biologist Martin Moe
will detail a project to raise sea
urchins for a return to the coral
reef. The diadema sea urchins,
which nearly disappeared from
the reef in a blight, consume
algae that prevent coral from
taking hold.
For information, call Sue


Miller at 664-9440.

Literacy tutors
can train Nov. 17
A training workshop for
Literacy Volunteers of America-
Monroe County for those want-
ing certification to teach in the
English as a Second Language
program is planned for 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Nov. 17 at the group's
headquarters at 1400 United St.,
Building 4, Room 404, Key
West.
The training is free and you
don't need to know another lan-
guage to be a volunteer tutor.
To register or for more infor-
mation, call (800) 582-5397.


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Adoptive families
gather to celebrate
National Adoption Day is
Nov. 17 and in the Keys,
Wesley House Family Services
is marking the event.
That day from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Wesley House recognizes
and honors local adoptive fami-
lies with Happy Adoption Day
at Boondocks Grill & Draft
House and Miniature Golf, mile
marker 27.5 on Ramrod Key.
There will be food, face paint-
ing and of course miniature
golf, plus a few surprises and
local dignitaries.
According to Wesley House,
there are 119,000 children
nationwide in foster care in
need of permanent, loving fam-
ilies. In 2006, an unprecedented
number of courts coast to coast
finalized the adoptions of 3,300
children on National Adoption


Day. And more than 225 c6m-
munities in 45 states hosted
National Adoption Day celebra-
tions both inside and out of the
courtroom.

Montessori fest
is under way today
The Montessori Island
School in Tavernier has its fall
festival for kids set for 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today.
The festival, at mile marker-
92 oceanside, will include a tie-
dye booth, Silly Putty, fish
booth, walk-the-plank game,
bean-bag toss, books for sale
and an inexpensive buffet
lunch. All are welcome and
there will be prizes for all.
The fest is especially geared
for children ages 2 to 7. The
school will be open for walk-
through tours, too. For more
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performers. A Lot of Night
Music" plays the
Waterfront Playhouse
Nov. 17 and 18.

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Put on your best Daisy Dukes


Or cowboy hats;
the Ho Down
arrives tonight
ee-haw! Bring on your
bull-riding skills!
Country returns to
Holiday Isle Resort in
Islamorada tonight as T.J.
Hayes joins forces with Billy
Warren once again to throw
the fourth annual Ho Down at
the Tiki Bar.
Hayes and Warren grew up
in the Keys together. Warren
moved up to Homestead,
where he began throwing suc-
cessful country-themed
events. Hayes made a name
for himself here in the Keys
with his wildly popular Pimp
& Ho' and '80s parties.
So it was natural for them
to come back together at
Holiday Isle combining both
of their talents to create the
Ho Down four years ago.
Hayes noted that for some,
there will be no need to create
a costume, while others will
have to get creative.


"Some people already wear
cowboy hats, boots and over-
alls every day, so they'll fit
right in. Then some people
will want to spoof the whole
country theme and come
dressed up as hillbillies. For
the non-country people, this
is a great way to get out of
their normal topsiders and
khaki shorts."
The Daisy Duke contest
has women competing to see
who can have the shortest of
shorts. The prize is $1,000.
Other prizes will also be
available for the winners of
the Redneck Games, which
include events such as the keg
toss and bowling-ball shot
putt. The winners of these
games will receive $100 bar
tabs compliments of Holiday
Isle. Jack Daniels will spon-
sor $5 drink specials all
evening.
Music will be provided by
two DJs and the popular
country band out of Broward,
Rough Shot. Rough Shot is
known for its high-energy


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Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard
and Alan Jackson.
Their music will provide
the perfect backdrop for the
mechanical bull, which is a
yearly favorite.


A portion of the proceeds
will be donated to the Nick
Sheehan Fund, which spon-
sors scholarships for Coral
Shores High School Students.
Doors tonight open at 8
p.m. and the Daisy Duke con-
test begins around 11:30.
Admission is $10.


Check into

'California Suite'


Marathon show
of Simon comedy
opens Thursday
alifornia Suite," a Neil
Simon comedy played on
stages throughout the
world, opens the Marathon
Community Theatre's 2007-08
season this Thursday.
Directed by Jorg Gobel-Staib
and produced by Hermann Staib,
the production runs through
Dec. 8.
The timeless "California
Suite" made its Broadway debut
at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in
New York on June 30, 1976. The
bittersweet comedy is about five
couples, all set in one hotel suite
in Beverly Hills.
The first couple hails from
New York City and is engaged
in a custody battle. The second's
from Philadelphia; the husband
has had a relationship with
another woman and is trying to
prevent his wife from seeing the
girl in the bed. The third is from
London; she is nominated for an
Academy Award, he is gay. The
fourth and fifth are couples from
Chicago who fight constantly
while they are on vacation
together.
The all-local cast includes


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Princess Ball
takes place tonight

The Founders Society, a non-
profit Key West arts support
group, has its fundraising.
Princess Ball from 7:30 to 10:30
tonight at the Gardens Hotel,
526 Angela St.
Tickets are $75 per person or
$125 per couple. There will be
hors d' beuvres by Square One
Restaurant, an open bar, prizes
and musical entertainment by
Skipper's Crown Jewels featur-
ing Carmen Rodriguez and
Richard Tazewell.
Tickets are available at
www.keystix.com or by call-
ing Michael Shields at 394-
3804.


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Saturday, November 10, 2007 31


Curtain goes up on the season


Survivors unite
for WomanKind
at Blue Heaven
H ere we go. Humidity is
62 percent and summer's
over. Right on time, the
time changes, so our lives are
chaos. Into the mix, the day to
day is also different.
Those solitary, slow-paced
(well, by comparison) days of
the off-season have been over-
taken by gallery openings, work-
shop offerings and theater pro-
grams turning up everywhere.


The
Waterfront
Playhouse
Slobby reno-
'' vation is
: complete
and will be
p privately
dedicated
I as the Ross
and Anne
McKee
Lobby
Judi Bradford Sunday.
The
four-year project updates the
lobby to accommodate the
Americans with Disabilities Act


PARTY'S A SUCCESS: More than 200 people attended
last weekend's Art on the Beach party at the Island Grill
in Islamorada and hosted by Pasta Panteleo and David
Wirth, owners of the Keys to Life studio in Islamorada.
Here (from left), Dave Boerner, Panteleo, Jack
McCormick and Wirth have some fun.


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Renee Zellweger ..
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and fire codes, as well as reor-
ganizes the space aesthetically.
The Keys Players' Season 68
kickoff Nov. 17 and 18 at the
Waterfront, "A Lot of Night
Music," features Key West's best
in an evening of Sondheim hits.
The season of shows starts off
with politics in Gore Vidal's
satiric "The Best Man. Mid-sea-
son, they offer the camp "Reefer
Madness" and the ever-popular
"Naked Boys Singing" also will
return.

Red Barn
It's animal comedy season at
the Red Barn Theatre. "Bark"
starts the season with a canine
revue created by David Troy
Francis, who will be in town as
musical director for the show.
"Mavis and the Three Bears"
sustains the wildlife theme.
Later in the season, Marjorie
Paul-Shook reprises her lovable
"Sylvia," so memorable years
ago as the frisky pup with a mis-
sion.
Key West author and friend
of the Red Barn Shel Silverstein
gets his due in "Shel Shocked."
The Barn also showcases
short plays and "The Vagina
Monologues" for its '07 audi-
ences. ,

Survivors
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WomanKind Inc. happens
from 6:30 to 10 p.m. tonight at
Blue Heaven in Bahama
Village.
Blue Heaven chef Richard
Hatch creates a Caribbean
feast supported by food dona-
tions from Fausto's Food
Palace and Winn-Dixie.
Raffle prizes include water
adventures, theater tickets and
dance lessons, with a seaplane
trip to the Dry Tortugas as a
door prize.
Best of all is the can't-stop-
movin' tunes of the Survivors'
band. Those of us who have
participated in two separate
centuries on this little island
hark back to those pre-yuppy
days when the resort was a
wharf town and we all danced


to the music of Quint L-ange
and Woody and Din Allen and
Dennis "Elmo" Hooten. They
are joined this year by guest
sax man Marty Stonely.
Tickets are $20 at the door
or $15 in advance at First
State Bank locations from Big
Pine to Key West, the gift
shop at Blue Heaven and
WomanKind offices in the
medical complex at 3142
Northside Drive.
Money raised helps ensure
affordable health care and
important screenings, includ-
ing those for breast and cervi-
cal cancer, remain available to
Key West women and teenage
girls through the nonprofit
WomanKind.


SI- Movie Times


REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* Fred Claus (PG): 1.25, 4:30, 7:20 and 10'05 p.m.
* American Gangster (R): 12:50.4:00, 7:10 and 10:20 p.m.
* Bee Movie (PG): 12:55, 4:05, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.
* Saw IV (R): 1:00,4:25, 7:25 and 10:10 p.m.
* Gone Baby Gone (R): 1:20.4:15, 7:15 and 10:00 p.m.
* Things We Lost in the Fire (R): 1:10, 4:20, 7:05 and 9:50 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* Into The Wind (R): Daily 2:00 5:00 and 8:00 p.m.
* The Devil Came On Horseback (NR): Daily 2:15,4:15,6:15
and 8:15 p.m.: No 6:15 p.m. show Wednesday
* Michael Clayton (R): Daily 3:30 and 6:00 p.m.
* Across The Universe (NR): Daily 8:30 p.m.

MARATHON COMMUNITY CINEMA
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
* Bee Movie (PG): Weekdays: 7:00 and 9.30 p.m.; Saturday and
Sunday: 2:00. 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

TAVERNIER TOWNE CINEMA
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
* Fred Claus (PG): Daily 4:00 and 7:00 p.m: Friday and
Saturday 1:00 and 9:45 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p m.
* The 11th Hour (PG): Daily 4:15 and 7:15 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday 1:15 and 9:45 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:15 p.m.
* Bee Movie (PG): Daily 4:15 and 7:15 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday 1:15 and 9:30 p.m.: Saturday and Sunday 1:15 p.m.
* Martian Child (PG): Daily 4:15 and 7:15 p.m.: Friday and
Saturday 115 and 9:45 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:15 p.m.
* American Gangster (R): Monday to Thursday 4.00 and 7:15
p.m.: Friday Salurday and Sunday 1:00,4:30 and 8:00 p.m.


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The Keys Kids theater
troupe opens its 2007-08 sea-
son with a production of the
Disney musical classic "101
Dalmatians" at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Key West
High School auditorium.
The show is directed by
Cameron Murray. Musical
direction is by Bruno
Casolari. Choreography is by
Penny Leto and Kyla
Piscopink. The project coordi-
nator is Nora Revelin.
The show runs Thursday
through Nov. 17 with 7:30
p.m. start times plus a 2 p.m.
matinee on the 17th. Tickets
are $8 to $10 for students,
$10 to $12 for adults and
family tickets (two adults,
two children) range from $25


to $35.
Tickets may be purchased
at Mac Arthur Music, Gerald
Adams Elementary School or
Key West High School one
hour prior to curtain.
For more information call
509-1370 or send an e-mail
to nora.revelin@keys
schools.com.

In brief

Garden concerts
start Wednesday
The Key West Tropical
Forest & Botanical Garden on
Stock Island presents a series of
intimate evening concerts and
wine tasting staged within the
lush embrace of the courtyard
starting this Wednesday at 6
p.m. and featuring performers
Michael McCloud and Chris
Flowers.
Organizers plan to present
the concerts under the stars in
partnership with local business-
es and luminaries as a way to
raise money for continued
improvements to the garden.
Gates to the garden, at 5210
College Road, open at 5:30
p.m. Cost is $10 for Botanical
Garden Society members and
$10 for others. They can be
bought at www.keystix.com
or by calling 296-1504.


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Saturday, November 10, 2007 33 -


There's a whole lotta singing going on


Sondheim salute
'-Night Music'.
plays 2 nights
r here's a lot of music going
on when the Key West
Players take the Waterfront
Playhouse stage in Key West for
"A Lot of Night Music."
Set for 8 p.m. Nov. 17 and 18
at the Mallory Square theater,
the salute to Stephen Sondheim
will include the best of Key
West's entertainers.


Just look at all these names:
Bruce Moore, David Black, Rich
Simone, Randy Roberts, Joy
Hawkins, John Wells, Dean
Walters, Mark Watson, Randy
Thompson, Marjorie Paul
Shook, Laurie Breakwell, Mary
Falconer, Robin Deck, Clinton
Curtis, Mike Mulligan, Kristen
Wilson, Gordon Ross, Nulita
Loder, Mike McCabe, Vicki
Roush, Carmen Rodriguez,
Danny Weathers, Melody
Cooper, Melissa Tausche and


Sandy Walters.
The musical director and
accompanist will be guest artist
Robert Strickland from Atlanta.
Joe Dallas is on bass and
Skipper Kripitz is on percussion.
Bobby Nesbitt and Vincent Zito
are helping with rehearsals.
Weathers conceived and
directs the show, which has a
wide-ranging repertoire of some
of Sondheim's greatest hits.
Known for his elegantly witty
lyrics and gorgeous melodies,
Sondheim has composed some
of the most legendary shows to


appear on Broadway:
"Company," "A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the
Forum," "Follies," "A Little
Night Music," "Sweeny Todd"
and "Into the Woods."
He's also done lyrics for
"West Side Story" and "Gypsy."
Sondheim has won seven
Tony Awards, multiple Grammy
Awards, an Academy Award and
a Pulitzer Prize.
Sondheim has also become
part of the popular culture. Many
of his song titles have been used
as episode titles for the TV series


"Desperate Housewives." He,
also did the voice for a character
on "The Simpsons" on an
episode titled "Yokel Chords."
His songs have been recorded
by an array of major vocalists:
Bafbra Streisand, Judy Collins,
Frank Sinatra, Barbara Cook,
Tony Bennett, Carly Simon, ..
Bernadette Peters and many oth-
ers.
Tickets for "A Lot of Night
Music" are $75 each. Call the
box office at 294-5015 or buy
tickets online at www.water
frontplayhouse.com.,


brief


Artists in Paradise
featuring Fecher

This month's showcase artist
at the Artists in Paradise Gallery
on Big Pine Key is photographer
Valerie Fecher. Her collection of
portraits will be on display in the
gallery window, at the Winn-
Dixie plaza, throughout the
month.
Additionally, the Walk on
Winn Dixie art events, held the
first Friday night of each month,
has resumed. Any questions, call
the gallery at 872-1828.

Today is monthly
Art on the Porch

The Bougainvillea House
Gallery, mile marker 53.5 gulf-
side, has its monthly Art on the
Porch gathering today from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Also, the Bougainvillea
House has an opening for a new
artist who is at least a part-time
resident of the Keys. The eight-
year-old co-op gallery is home
to 25 five local artists represent-



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Interested artists should call
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Local playwrights.
can enter scripts

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are invited to submit their full-
length and one-act plays to the
New Plays in May play-reading
series at the Waterfront
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Key West. Deadline for submis-
sions is Dec. 21.


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Waterfront stage in May. Plays
must be innovative comedies or
dramas (no musicals or chil-
dren's shows) with a maximum
of eight characters and no previ-
ous professional production. One
script per playwright.
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information (name, address,
phone number) and a self-
addressed stamped envelope to
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Thomas St., Key West, FL
33040. For more information,
call 293-9166.


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Holiday Fest
hits Founders
all day Nov. 30
On a subtropical island
where fall and winter
daytime temperatures
average in the 70s, it's hard to
imagine sandal-clad kids play-
ing in the snow. But that's the
plan for the third annual
Florida Keys Holiday Festival
set for 4 to 10 p.m. Nov. 30,
at Islamorada's Founders
Park, mile marker 87 bayside.
A,20-ton mountain of actu-
al snow is to be the center-
piece of the festival. For some
kids, it will be the first time
they see the white stuff, while
more experienced youngsters
will vie for zones to play in
before the snow melts.
"Snow" that doesn't melt is
to blow from a 35-foot-tall
community Christmas tree
throughout the night as carol-
ers sing. Vendors plan to offer
arts and crafts in a holiday
bazaar, wine in a wine village,
and food adjacent to a hospi-
tality tent.


In addition, 35 artists are
expected to donate handcraft-
ed ornaments that will be on
display and sold by silent auc-
tion.
The annual holiday parade,
.with a child- and family-ori-
ented theme, is to start at 7
p.m. Participants typically
include a school marching
band, singing puppets, deco-
rated boats and antique cars.
Even a pirate Santa is to take
part in the festivities, carried
on a sloop pulled by eight
"beluga whales."
State Rep. Ron Saunders is
to serve as grand marshal of
the parade.
The parade route proceeds
from the Founders Park main
entrance through the park
before finishing at the south-
ern gate.
Admission to the Holiday
Festival is free, but donations
are to be collected for park-
ing. For more information,
contact the Islamorada
Chamber of Commerce at
664-8516.


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FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD: The Monroe Association for Retarded Citizens will bring its Master
Chef's Classic Culinary event to Marathon Jan. 7 on the beach at the Tranquility Bay Resort.
The fundraising event has been held for 14 years in Key West, bringing out some of the most
talented chefs in the Lower Keys to compete in three categories. Anyone involved in food
service interested in competing can call Gordon Ross at 294-9526.

In brief


Arts, crafts fest
starts this morning

Need some early holiday gift
shopping done?
The 16th annual Newtown
Arts and Craft Festival runs
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at
Grace Lutheran Church, 2713
Flagler Ave., Key West.

'Indochine' plays
Sunday afternoon
The 1992 Academy Award
winner "Indochine" screens at 2
p.m. Sunday at the Marathon
library. It's free but donations are
accepted.


"Indochine" tells the story of
two women at the time when
French Indochina was dissolving.

Schools grant
deadline's Nov. 30

Artists in Schools grants are
available to Monroe County
artists to partner with a teacher
to design creative projects that
enhance the school existing cur-
riculum. The postmark deadline
is Nov. 30.
Download an application by
going to www.keysarts.com
and selecting "opportunities/
grants" or call the Florida Keys
Councils of the Arts at 295-4369
for details on how to apply.


Gallery has opening
for new artists

Gallery Key West, an artist-
owned gallery, is seeking new
members to display and sell their
works. The gallery is at 824
Duval St.
Call the gallery at 292-0046,
to discuss specifics.

Salem holds paint
class on Sugarloaf

Jim Salem holds painting
classes each Thursday from 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
Sugarloaf Lodge, mile marker
17 on Sugarloaf Key. The class-
es are for all skill levels, begin-
ner to advanced.
Salem teaches in acrylic, but
the class is open to all media.
Cost is $15. For more informa-
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In brief


'Double Blind'
up for discussion

A discussion of the book
"Double Bind" by Chris
Bohjalian is planned for 10
a.m. Dec. 7 at the Marathon
library. Those interested should
pick up a cop\ so the\ have
enough time to read it.
Any questions, call Betsy
Bouton at 289-1327 or Fran
Spinelli at 743-6538.

Writing workshops
now under way

Key West writer Cricket
Desmarais has begun leading
creating-writing sessions from
2 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Coffee Plantation focusing on
the poet's heart lighting the
fire to write, an ongoing series
that encourages students
through fluid jouraling and
writing prompts developed to
expand awareness, embrace the
senses and create momentum.
Its focus is more on process
than finished product.
Desmarais will also lead a
two-day intensive workshop at
The Studios of Key West Nov.
23 and 24. "Mastering the 2
sided mind" will explore tech-
niques to trigger the right side
of the brain and then integrate
elements of craft to give form,
balance and integrity to raw
material.
Classes are open to all levels
of writers. November is "bring
a friend for free" month for
both locations. Drop-ins are
welcome to the weekly sessions
at 713 Caroline St; advanced
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$15 per weekly session or $125
for the workshop.
Desmarais received her mas-
ter's in fine arts in creative
writing from New York
University.
Visit www.cricket
desmarais.com or call 923-
6013 for more information.

'The 11th Hour'
screens Thursday

A free showing of "The 11th
Hour," a film about climate
change, is planned for
Thursday at the Tavernier
Towne cinema.
A wine and cheese reception
goes from 5 to 5:30 p.m., the
movie screening from 5:30 to
7:30 and a panel discussion and
question-and-answer session
from 7:30 to 8.
"The 11th Hour" is the last
moment when change is possi-
ble. The film explores how
we've arrived at this moment
- how we live, how we
impact Earth's ecosystems and
what we can do to change our
course.
It features ongoing dia-
logues of experts from all over
the world including former
Soviet Prime Minister Mikhail
Gorbachev, renowned scientist
Stephen Hawking, former CIA
head James Woolsey, sustain-
able-design experts William
McDonough and Bruce Mau,
and National Geographic scien-
tist Sylvia Earle, who has spent
considerable time studying the
Keys.
The theater is at mile marker
91 bayside. Call 853-7004 for
additional details.


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ACROSS
1 Hitchcock menace
6 Funny guy
10 Point
13 Shih Tzu, e.g.
19 Start of an exercise
buff's motto
20 "I wish you would!"
22 European peninsula
23 Fanatical trend follower
25 Yea follower
26 Wine order
27 Conspire
29 Robbie's daredevil
dad
30 "I wonder ..."
31 Sustained
33 Cable cinema sta.-
34 Jazz sessions
36 Before, to bards
37 Bee Gees' first #1
disco hit
41 Swindle
43 Hostess snack
46 Student at an cole
47 He played B.A, Baracus
on "The A-Team"
49 Amendment that
guarantees reason-
able bail
52 "C'mon, be !"
53 Extreme shoe width
54 Peloponnesian War
victor
56 Many a pop group
57 Some casual wear
59 Required tasks
61 Not at home
62 Tallow source
63 Clinton's FBI director
64 Type size
65 Under the covers
67 OED entries
68 Flat-bottomed rowboat
71 "I goofed"


73 Revolutionary War
figures
75 Kosh B'Gosh
76 Bear
78 Patriot Act objector: Abbr.
80 Dos y tres
81 "Up and !"
83 the land of the
free ..."
84 No longer sailing
86 Provide with funding
87 Incarnation of Vishnu
88 Winning symbols
90 Cologne holder
92 2007 Nobel Peace
Prize recipient
93 Menial worker .
95 Casino area
96 Defense gp.
formed in Manila
97 Washstand vessel
98 Opposite of 83-Across
100 Say grace
103 Tampa NFLer
105 Enjoy the mall
107 Ab : from day one
108 Letters before F?
109 World currency org.
1T2 Emperor Galba's
overthrower
114 Neither here nor there
117 Northern Ireland
province
119 Mug with a hinged lid
121 Weakness for
diamonds, say
125 Golden Crinkles maker
126 Place to find a
companion, maybe
127 Gantry of fiction
128 Pushkin Museum
home
129 -cone
130 Parasite's need
131 Dodger Hall of Famer


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1 Big name in brewing
2 Faith of Muhammad
3 Supply with more
weapons
4 Sills, e.g.
5 Opponent for Monica
6 USN rank
7 Franklin's 1936
,-opponent
8 "Romeo and Me" actor
9 Loft's party-leading
counterpart
10 Diamond of song
11 Object of worship
12 Christmas surprise
13 Broadway fare
14 Actor Vigoda
15 Paris pop
16 Banking convenience
17 Alberta NHLer
18 King, close friend
of Oprah
21 Trembled
24 Tube
28 Winter mo.
32 Struck out
33 Take a shortcut
35 Due times tre
37 Seat of Will County,
Illinois
38 Prepare to drive-
39 Sitters' torments
40 Marksman's org.
42 IRS workers
43 Fixed rate that includes
room, breakfast and
one other meal
44 See 4-Down
45 Crave snacks, slangily
48 1982 Disney film
50 20-20, for example
51 Day starter for many
54 Catch of the day,
perhaps


55 "Waltz Across
Texas" singer Ernest
58 Yankees' home in
1974-'75
60 Needing salt, perhaps
65 "My pleasure"
66 Monopoly need
69 Like many a dictator
70 Driver's one-eighties
72 Cologne cry -"
74 Nuances
77 Plumbing problem
79 Heep of literature
82 Identified, in police.
slang
84 Not with
85 Really bug
89 Job in a club
91 Chaise _
94 Subject of a '70s
shortage
96 Avenue that cross-
es Broadway at
Times Square
99 Sweetie pie
101 Ayes and nays
102 Proper order
103 Bust
104 In _:unborn
106 Gets ready
109 "Mulder, ": Gillian
Anderson biography
110 Parcels (out)
111 Bordeaux bro
113 Exaltedly poetic
115 Farm team
116 Plotting
118 Retail come-on
120 Shogun's capital
122 Great Lakes' Canals
123 Treasury Dept. arm
124 Today's honoree,
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In brief


'Enchanted Circles'
is opening tonight

"The World of Enchanted
Circles," a show of recent oil
paintings by Key West artist Irene
Stanton, will be exhibited at
Gallery 007 at 7007 Shrimp Road
on Stock starting with a reception
tonight from 6 to 9 p.m.
Following the reception,
Stanton's work will be available
by appointment through Nov. 24
at the gallery. Call her at 296-
8996 or the gallery at 292-3295.

Cane Players play
the Winter Cabaret

The Cane Players Drama
Club at Coral Shores High
School in Tavernier puts on its
Winter Cabaret at 7 p.m. Nov.
16 at the school's Performing
Arts Center.
The one-hour show will
showcase a variety of talents
including songs, skits and dance.
Cost is a $5 donation at the door.


All proceeds go toward royalties
for the group's spring production
of "Alice in Wonderland."
Questions? Call Deanna
Engler at 853-3222, Ext. 56373.

Keys filming
starts Thursday

Coral Reef Productions, an
independent Key Largo film
company, will start filming
"Shark Canyon," the first in a
trilogy of movies, on Thursday.
The company's owner,
George Alfano, is looking for a
full crew of local camera, light-
ing and sound people, as well as
actors and actresses, who are
interested in working on all
three films.
Keys locals interested partici-
pating in "Shark Canyon" can
send a resume to coralreefprod
@hotmail.com.
Alfano says Shark Canyon"
is a "positive message movie,"
pitting a former Navy Seal
turned Keys dive captain against
a terror plot to. destroy the U.S.


SPLASH IT ON: Markyp and Christa Hunt from desnudo productions in Key West host a
graffiti mural party during the Fantasy Fest festivities. A 5-foot-by-20-foot blank canvas was
hung on a wall and 10 local artists black-lined images and poetic words to be painted.
Overall, 75 people painted, drew and added their artistic input.


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KEYNOTER


Sports & Outdoors


briefs


Score a strike
for Keys kids

Ke) s Cops for Kids is
hsiicmg its second annual
T\oyz for Ke z Kidz
Bow lathon from noon to 4
p.m. Dec. 1 at the Fish Bowl
in Islamorada.
It's an extent to raise
money\ tor los !or kids who
might not other ise get any
this holiday season.
Cost is $20 per person
plus an un rapped gift. The
fee includes three games;
shoes are extra. For more
information, call Dennis
Coleman at 797-0884, Sheila
Seaeo at 1i05i 522-3746 or
Peggy Bryan at 853-3211.

SMariners run
set for Dec. 8

The fournl annual
Mariners Ho.pital Gordon
Present 5K Walk/Run for
Wellness is scheduled for
Dec. in the Upper Ke\ s.
Proceeds benefit the
NManners Hospital Center for
Excellence in Nursing, which
supports educational pro-
gr.am fur Mariners nurses.
To obtain a registration
l~mn. call 434-1111 or send
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tisihealth.net. Cost is $20
before the race and $2S the
da\ ofil the race.

BPW golf tourney
is getting closer

The Marathon Business
and Professional Women's
Club has its second annual
Glenna J. Ballard Memorial
Scholarship 18-Hole Golf
Tournament No\. 18 at the
Key Colony Beach Golf
Course.
A $300 cash prize w ill be
awarded for first place. Entr
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Make checks payable to
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Reagan in 8-1


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Senior scores
four goals in
overwhelming win
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Kara Haack, the Key West
High School girls' soccer team's
strong-footed senior captain,
scored four goals Wednesday to
lead the Conchs to an 8-1 victo-
ry over District 16-4A opponent
Ronald Reagan in Miami.
It was the first victory of the
season for Key West (1-2),
which opens its home schedule
at 3 p.m. today against
Monsignor Pace. at -Tommy
Roberts Memorial Stadium.
After giving up a penalty kick
two minutes into the game, the
Conchs got a tying goal from
Kriz Menez and then dominated
the rest of the contest.
Haack scored three consecu-


tive goals, one on an assist from
freshman Jasmine Jones. The
Conchs took a 5-1 lead into
intermission when Menez
scored again after passing to her-
self.
Coach Scott Paul went with a
4-4-2 setup, with Menez and
Jones at the forwards. "We've
never had that much speed on
top before," he said.
Freshman Morgan Saunders
scored her first career goal in the
second half, off a comer kick by
Gigi Orofino, and Haack fin-
ished the scoring with a shot
from 30 yards.
The defense was led by stop-
per Kaitlin Hopkins and keepers
Liz Patrocky and Ashley
Stephenson, who each played a
half in goal. "To have two expe-
rienced keepers is a coach's
dream," Paul said. "Our goal is
to have them both at playoff
level by mid-season."


Dolphins harpooned

in soccer opener


Slightly new
look coming
with Westwood
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon High School
boys' soccer team lost its open-
ing game Thursday, 3-0, against
what new coach James Murphy
said was a strong Westminster
Christian School squad.
"That was a good team we
were playing, but I think we
held our own. With a game now
behind us we can see what we
need to do and not do," Murphy
said.
. The game was played in the
midfield for the majority of the


first half, as both teams strug-
gled to create scoring opportu-
nities. It was the Dolphins that
would have the best opportunity
to get on the board first.
Matt DeFillips fielded a
through ball on a play where he
appeared to have been offsides.
He had a clear path to the goal,
but dribbled too far in front of
him, allowing the Warriors'
goalie to field the ball. Murphy
said DeFillips joked "the reason
he messed up was because he
was waiting for the whistle to
blow."
Westminster got on the
board late in the first half when
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Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Melanie Meroni (2) of Island Christian takes the ball away
from three Princeton Christian defenders during a 3-1 loss
to the visiting Panthers Thursday in Islamorada.


ICS youth is


showing its colors


Lady Eagles
fall 3-1 to
Princeton
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

When he describes his
defense as young, Island
Christian School girls' soc-
cer coach Robert Lucas does
not exaggerate.
Just ask Cailin or Kaylyn,
a pair of ICS sixth-graders
who started for the Eagle
varsity in Thursday's show-
down against longtime rival
Princeton Christian.
Both goalie Kaylyn Wyatt
and pixyish defender Cailin
Reckwerdt played well for
their age they honed their
skills in years of youth-
league action but the vis-
iting Panthers won, 3-1.


"Our youth showed up
today," Lucas said. "We've
got to communicate better
on the field.
"No one was talking to
each other, and we basically
were just kicking the ball
down the field."
The Lady Eagles have
half a dozen returning regu-
lars, so the coaching staff
expects the team to improve
throughout the winter sea-
son.
Kate Dupre and Melanie
, Meroni are back leading the
offense, while Jennifer
Subic runs the middle.
Casey Willey has moved out
of the goal to anchor the
defense on the field.
"We'll try to take the les-
sons we learned today and
be better next week," Lucas


See SOCCER / 39


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Saturday, November 10, 2007


Lady Conchs look


for turnaround


The preseason
is today with
Fins, South Dade
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Victories have been scarce
for the Key West High School
girls' basketball team in recent
years. There were three last
season. New coach Glenn
Hayes Sr. wants to change
that.
"I told them that every-
body's starting off on a new
page," the affable Hayes said
before practice Thursday
night.
Hayes who replaced
Kris Clark, who did not get his
teaching certificate is not
new to Key West High. He
coached the boys' varsity team
in the mid-to-late '90s.
His new team will be
unveiled today when the
Conchs play two preseason
games at the Bobby Menendez
Gym, at 4 p.m. against South
Dade and at 7 p.m. against
Marathon. They open the reg-
ular season at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Marathon.
"The enthusiasm is great,
we have a little height and a
lot of speed," Hayes said.
Players were also scarce for


Key West last season -
remembered most for a 70-3
loss but this year they
abound. Fourteen girls are on
the varsity, 11 on the JV.
Returners include junior
forward Jacque Garcia, who
has impressed Hayes. "She
walked in here from volleyball
and started to take over and
run things," he said.
Also back are forward
Kristen Babich, one of two
seniors; junior guard
Samantha Campbell, a two-
year starter; junior guard
Alicia Arrazola, and sopho-
more guard Chelsea Storr,
who had a good freshman sea-
son.
Six-foot freshman Ja'Taure
Mathis is expected to make an
impact inside. "She's very
aggressive and can run the
court," Hayes said.
Track star Daphne Barnett
is expected-to add speed and
leadership.
Hayes, assisted by Michelle
Brown and Tony McDowell,
wants.ever player to be able to
play any position, no matter
what their size. "We won't
depend on one person [to
score]," he said. "Everybody
should be able to score at least
four to six points a game."


Palmer Trinity is next

for the Lady Eagles


SOCCER / From 38

said.
A major test looms Tuesday
when the Lady Eagles travel
to face Palmer Trinity.
Palmer comes off a 16-4
season that saw the Lady
Pirates reach the Region 4-2A
championship game, where
they lost to state runner-up
American Heritage.
Thursday, Princeton (2-1)
moved out to a 2-0 halftime
advantage that would have
been more lopsided without
Wyatt's efforts. Both the


young, starters gained soccer
experience in local youth
leagues.
Island Christian played the
Panthers even in the second
half, getting a score midway
through the period when
Dupre tallied on a pass from
Subic.
That put the Eagles within
one, but Princeton added to
the lead with a late score.
Island 'Christian plays a 6
p.m. Friday game at Marathon
High School, then takes on the
Lady Hurricane junior varsity
at 4 p.m. Nov. 19 at Coral
Shores.


Lady Canes feature young squad


Hoops team
plays Gulliver at
home Tuesday
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

After a return to basketball
respectability last season, the
Coral Shores Lady Hurricanes
graduated nearly half the squad.
But Hurricane coach Dan
Smith is too excited about a
strong group of freshmen and
sophomores to worry about who
are no longer on the roster.
"We've got some experi-
enced veterans who are pretty
tall for our level," Smith said,
"and we have two freshmen
who were excellent middle-
school players."
The- Lady Canes open the
season at home at 4 p.m.
Tuesday, taking on District 16-
3A contender Gulliver Prep.
The game was moved from
Monday because of Veterans
Day.
"It would be great if we
could start with some teams not


as good as Gulliver but that's
the way it is," Smith said. "We
were competitive with Gulliver
last year, and we could be again.
It will be a good benchmark to
see where we are."
After several years of strug-
gling through the basketball
season with unseasoned play-
ers, the Canes last year posted
an 11-7 record and were 2-1
against Monroe County foes.
The team reached the district
tournament semifinals, losing to
Gulliver.
A big part of that team, most
notably scoring leader Sydney
Stroup, is gone.
Giving the Canes confidence
are returning front-court regu-
lars Anna Ismer, Chelsea
Moeller and Casey Bishop, and
guards Cassandra Howard,
Helena Gustavino and Debbie
Gonzalez.
Opponents might be sur-
prised when they get a look at
freshmen Latrice Johnson and
Breana Casey, who will not
play like awestruck newcomers.
Last year at Key Largo
School, Johnson scored 30


points against a middle-schoor
foe in one 6-minute quarter.
"I walked in few minutes late
and thought the scoreboard was
wrong," Smith said.
Casey, moving across the
highway from Plantation Key
School, brings the same kind
hoop savvy and court moves.
"We've had years when most
of the girls coming out barely
knew how to shoot a basket-
ball," the coach said. "These
girls can play."
Preseason drills have been
slowed somewhat by the late
return of players from volley-
ball, cross country and cheer-
leading. "It will be a while
before we settle on a rotation,"
Smith said.
The big question comes at
point guard, after three-year,
started Kelsie Baker graduated.
"How well we handle the
ball against' good high-school
teams is what concerns me the
most," Smith said. "If we can
make the passes and get the ball
down low, we .could be pretty
good."
The Hurricanes travel to Key
West High School for 6 p.m.
Friday game.
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Lady Canes win again


Tough Raider
squad visits
for next match
By KEVIN WADLOW
-Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


Coral Shores' soccer Lady
Hurricanes take an undefeated
record into this week's match
against defending District 16-
3A champion Gulliver Prep.
"We're still developing as a
team," coach Clint Arsenault
said. "We're moving the ball
pretty well, but we've still got
some work to do."
The Canes moved to 3-0-1
with Thursday's 4-0 shutout of
Miami Country Day.
Samantha Ragan scored
three goals for the Canes, two
from the field and a third on a
penalty kick.
Returning goalie Shelby
Gentes played most of the
shutout in the net, with Val
Ostenson getting some late
work.


"It- was fun because the
boys' team was there, too, and
they stayed around to cheer
the girls on," Arsenault said.
"We were able to substitute
quite a bit so a lot of girls got
playing time. We also got to
look at some different combi-
nations."
Earlier in the week, the
Canes blanked an over-
matched Carrollton squad, 3-
0. "We slowed things down
pretty early on," -said the
coach.
The Hurricanes' biggest
test so far this season came
Nov. 2 against Dade Christian,
the defending District. 15-3A
champion. The Lady
Crusaders posted a 20-2 regu-
lar season last winter.
"Dade always has a very
good program, and we stayed
with them," Arsenault said.
"We put ourselves in a hole by
giving up two soft goals, but


were able to dig ourselves out
of it."
The Hurricanes scored the
tying goal off a corner kick
with about a minute left in the
match. ""That showed me this
team has a lot of heart," said
the coach.
Coral Shores' district game
against Gulliver's Raiders is
scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday
at the Hurricane field in
Tavernier.
At press time. school offi-
cials were exchanging e-mails
on the possibility of shifting
the game to Tuesday because
of school being closed
Monday for Veterans Day.
With no changes announced
as of midday Friday, Arsenault
said he expects to play
Monday.
Coral Shores travels to Key
West High School for a 6 p.m.
Wednesday match (the two
county rivals split last year),
and hosts Ransom Everglades
at 6 p.m. Friday.


Rebuilding shows
with virtually
all new roster
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Shy on experience and
playing an opponent with lots
of it, the Key West High
School boys' soccer team
opened its season Tuesday
with a 9-1 loss at Trinity Prep
in Miami.
"They were not overly tal-
ented and were not.physical in
any way," Key West coach
Jason Clifford said of Palmer,
"but they understood how to
finish. We are still trying to
figure that out."
Nick Ramirez figured in all
of Palmer's scoring five
goals and four assists. Marlon
Briones scored the only goal
for the Conchs, who were
down, 6-0, at halftime.
"We created several oppor-
tunities,.but. were -not able _to
maintain the composure need-
ed to put the ball in the net,"


Clifford said. "Renne Joris
was able to get one-on-one
with the keeper on a couple of
occasions, but was not able to
put the ball away. John
Leptien had :a couple of nice
crosses that did not have any-
one filling the middle."
Key West, which went 18-
6-6 last season and reached
the regional final, has an
almost completely new team.
Clifford said this season
can progress in two ways: "We
will grow rapidly to adjust to
the speed and physical
demands of the game, or we
will struggle all year."
He added, "I think the kids
genuinely- will work hard and
find a way to make the season
competitive."
The competition will be at
a high level today when the
Conchs play District 16-4A
favorite Monsignor Pace at 5
p.m. at Tommy Roberts
Memorial Stadium.
"They will not be sympa-
thetic to us," Clifford said.


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Team to make changes

for Westwood match


MARATHON / From 38

Dolphin defender on a through
ball from near midfield. The
shot beat goalie Jay Hegland
low left to give the Warriors a
1-0 lead.
Murphy had been urging the
team throughout to move for-
ward defensively to avoid those
plays from happening and put
the Warriors offside.
"I wanted them to push up
more to get them offside and
close the gap in the center of the
field," he said.
The team will switch its
alignment for its next game to
help facilitate that change,
Murphy said.
When Westminster netted
another goal in the second half
to make it 2-0, Murphy said he


moved a defender forward to
create offense.
"I figured we may get a
quick one or we may get scored
on," he said. "We probably had
about five shots in the game and
they were all in the last five
minutes."
Murphy said the team's goal
for the next game will be to get
more shots on goal, but that he
was satisfied with the initial
effort.
"I'm curious what else is to
come because that was a good
team," he said.
Murphy said Charles Bragan
did well in shutting down an
All-County Westminster player
in the game.
The Dolphins host
Westwood Christian today at
the Marathon Community Park,
4 p.m.


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The Key West City Commission will hold a Public Hearing at Old City Hall, 510 Greene Street,
Key West, Florida on November 20, 2007 at 6:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter shall
arise on the agenda.
The purpose of the Hearing is to consider a resolution for:
Minor Development Plan in the Historic District to license all 97 restaurant seats
currently in operation to include 60 additional seats for a total of 97 seats (37 seats
currently licensed) on property located at 532-534 Margaret Street, Key West Florida
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Saturday, November 10, 2007


Junior anglers chase a variety of fish


Conservation
is the focus
of IFC tourney

Most tournaments target one or
two species of fish. But the
Islamorada Fishing Club's Junior
Derby encourages kids to get out
and fish for just about anything
that swims (tropicals excluded).
The 2007 IFC Junior Derby is
set for Nov. 24 at the Islamorada
Fishing Club, mile marker 82 bay-
side in Islamorada
The all-release tournament
focuses on fun and sportsmanship.
The IFC hopes to teach the impor-
tance of fish conservation through
catch-and-release, while impart-
ing a sportsmanship ethic to the
young anglers. All scoring is
based on the honor system.
Kids can fish to win one of 28
prizes, with grand champions to
be named in three age divisions:
super small fry (up to age 6), small
fry (ages 7 to 10) and junior (ages
11 to 16). Separate grand champi-


ons are to be named in guided and
unguided divisions within each
age group.
Entrants can fish from a boat or
from land, allowing kids to fish
from any of the Keys' popular
fishing bridges or shorelines.
Points are to be awarded for


The 2007 IFC

Junior

Derby

is set for

Nov. 24 in

Islamorada.


fish from inshore species such as
grouper, grunt, snapper, shark,
barracuda, hogfish and trout; and
offshore species like dolphin,


kingfish, cobia and tuna.
Bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook
and redfish also earn points.
Anglers can enter up to three of
a species for points.
Any tackle except power reels
can be used. Double points are
awarded for fish caught on fly


tackle.
A kick-off party and rules
meeting is set for 5 p.m. Nov. 23,
at the IFC. Fishing is from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Nov. 24.
A banquet and awards presen-
tation is to start at 6 p.m. at the
IFC.


Entry fee is $40 per angler
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Additional social tickets are avail-
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Superboat Unlimited Class win
Wednesday at the first of three
races that comprise the Key West
World Championship in Key
West.
Scott, of Edwardsville, Ill.,


and Tomlinson, of Miami, aver-
aged a blistering 119.34 mph
around the seven-lap course
through Key West Harbor and
surrounding waters.
"I ran it real hard the first lap,
and then after that we didn't have
to push as hard," said Tomlinson,
the boat's throttleman, of an ini-
tial lap speed of 132 mph. "After
that I was able just to manage the
equipment and keep it together."
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speed was not only the best in the
Superboat Class, it was the


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fleet.
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N.C., won the Superboat Vee
Unlimited class, while Brian
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Youth to a first-place finish in the
Manufacturer Production IV
class.
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No. 4647500

Duck Key Security Ad-
visoryBoard ,
Notice Of Meeting
Tuesday November 13th
9:00 am at 126 Bimini Dr.
TornNeville Chairman

Publish November 3, 10,
2007
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\lo. 5261900

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE

Anchor Towing gives
Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell
thesevehicles on
11/2312007, 08:00 am at
189 US HWY #1 KEY
WEST, FL 33040,
pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. Anchor Towing
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and/or all bids.

1.2004JMSTVIN#
-XKTCB0244M798009

Publish November 10,
2007
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No. 4648400

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF

3HARLES LOUIS
3AULKE

S Deceased.
File No. 44-2007-
CP-101-P
Division Upper Keys

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Charles Louis
Gaulke, deceased,
whose date of death was
June 29,2007 file num-
ber: 44-2007-CP-1 01 -P,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is

38820 Overseas High-
Nay, Plantation Key,
=lorida 33070.

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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 NOTICEOR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
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decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this
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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.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publica-
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vember 3,2007.

Personal
Representative:
KAREN G. RUSSO
8369 North Shore Trail
Forest Lake, MN 55025
Urban J.W. Patterson.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Po Box 783
Islamorada, FI 33036
Telephone:
305-664-5065
Florida Bar No. 382035

Publish November 3, 10,
2007
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No. 4722000

ORDER FOR SERVICE
BY PUBLICATION

STATE OF SOUTH DA-
KOTA
IN CIRCUIT COURT

COUNTY OF CUSTER
SEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITFILE NO.
CIV07-055


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CURTVAN ASPEREN
and MARILEE VAN
ASPEREN d/bla
GREEN ACRES
PROPERTIES,
Plaintiffs,

vs.

LINDA ROEHRIG,
MITCHA. O'CONNELL,
ALL HEIRS, DEVISEES,
LEGATEES, EXECU-
TORS,) ADMINISTRA-
TORS, SUCCESSORS
AND ASSIGNS; AND
ALL PERSONS
KNOWN OR UN-
KNOWN HAVING OR
CLAIMING AN IN-TER-
EST IN AND TO THE
PROPERTY AS HERE-
IN AFTER DE-
SCRIBED.
Defendants.

The Court having been
presented with a Motion
For Publication and Affi-
davit of Plaintiffs attorney
in support thereof on this
4TH day of May, 2007,
and the Court having
considered the same and
finding good cause, now
therefore IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED that a copy of
the Summons in this ac-
tion is filed herein be pub-
lished in the Custer
County Chronicle, a legal
newspaper printed and
published in Custer,
Custer County, South
Dakota, and the legal
newspaperfor Flamingo,
Florida and Oglala, South
Dakota, for a period of
three (3) weeks thereby
constituting substituted
service to the Defen-
dants.


Dated this 4thda'
May, 2007. BY TI
COURT:
John J. Delaney
Cirtcuit Court Ji
Attest:
D.Salspede
Clerk
Publish Novembi
17,24,2007
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No. 5248300

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUI
CIRCUIT IN AN[
MONROE COUW
FLORIDA

Probate Division
Case No.: 07CPI

IN RE: THE EST
JUNE TOMKINS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS


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The administration of the
estate of JUNE
TOMKINSON, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was May 21,2007,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address is Clerk of
Circuit Court: Probate Di-
vision, 3117 Overseas
Highway, Marathon, FL
33050. The names and
address of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.

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-
TER THE 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 orde-
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
y of 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
HE DAPROBATECODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
judge
NOTWITHSTANDING
THETIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
er3, 10, TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
noter DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is No-
vember 10, 2007.
Personal Representa-
DICIAL tive:
) FOR NancyA. Duhn
4208 Windemere Place
NTY, Sarasota,FL34231
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
64M Tommy Meyer,
Esquire
1275 Second Street
ATE OF ,
EO Sarasota, FL 34236
N, Florida Bar Number
102865
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17,2007
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No. 5249900

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING:
MONROE COUNTY
CONTRACTORS' EX-
AMINING BOARD
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO WHOM IT
MAY CONCERN that on
WEDNESDAY, DECEM-
BER 12, 2007 at 9:30
a.m. at the Marathon
Government Center,
2798 Overseas Highway,
Second Floor, E.O.C.
Room, Florida, the CON-
TRACTORS' EXAMIN-
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come before the board;
any reports from Monroe
County Assistant Attor-
ney; any reports from Mr.
Joseph Paskalik, Monroe
County Building Official;
any reports from Staff;
board review of applica-
tions for a certificate of
competency license
and/or testing; any old or
new business to come
before the board at this
time.

PURSUANT TO FLORI-
DA STATUTE SECTION
286.0105, be advised
that, if a person decides
to appeal the decision
made by the Contractors'
Examining Board with re-
spect to any matter con-
sidered at today's hear-
ing, that person will need
a record of the proceed-
ings, and that, for such
purpose, he or she may'
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.


JOSEPH PASKALIK
BUILDING OFFICIAL


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-ODALYS MAYAN,
CONTRACTORS LI-
CENSING COORDINA-
TOR
MONROE COUNTY
BUILDING DEPART-
MENT

Publish November 10,
2007
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No. 5254600

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OFTHE 16TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO:
2007-CA-479-K

THE HODKIN
KOPELOWITZ
OSTROW FIRM, P.A., a
Florida Professional
Association,
Plaintiff,

Vs.

J. RUSKIN HOLDINGS,
INC., a Florida
corporation:
DEPENDABLE
MEDICAL SUPPLY,
INC.. a Florida

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corporation; and
JOSHUA RUSKIN,
Individually,
Defendant,

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that under and by
virtue of a Amended Final
Judgment After Default
entered by the Circuit
Court in and for Broward
County, Florida on the
28th day of February,
2007, and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution issued
in the above styled cause
on the 31st day of Octo-
ber, 2007, 1, Richard D.
Roth, Sheriff of Monroe
County, Florida have lev-
ied upon and will offerfor
sale and sell to the high-
est bidder for cash, sub-
ject to any mortgages or
liens thereon, in the
morning on the 14th day
of December, 2007, at 9
A.M. at the front door of
the Monroe County
Courthouse, 500 White-
head St., Key West, Flori-
da, the interests of
JOSHUA RUSKIN, de-
fendanit in execution, in
the following described
property, subject to any
and all other liens, taxes,
judgements, orencum-
brances whatsoever:


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LOT 5, BLOCK 2, OF
SUNSHINE ESTATES,
SECTION 1,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK, PAGE 63 OF
THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

DATED this 6th day of
November, 2007.

RICHARD D. ROTH,
Sheriff Monroe County,
Florida

BY: Rachelle Gates,
Supervisor Civil Process
Division

Publish November 10,
17,24, December 1,
2007
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No.5294800

NOTICE OF CALLING
FOR BID OF SURPLUS
PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO PROSPEC-
TIVE BIDDERS that on
December 11.2007 at

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3:00 P.M. the Monroe
County Purchasing Of-
fice will open sealed bids
for the sale of the follow-
ing surplus items:

MONROE COUNTY
PURCHASING OFFICE
SALE OF SURPLUS
PROPERTY
BID-BCC-345-20-
2007/CV

ITEM, COUNTY ID,
DESCRIPTION,
MINIMUM BID AMOUNT

1*2401/379-4098,
1999 Ford Crown Vic,
$0.00
2., 0400/999-3682,
1996 Ford Taurus,
$1,450.00
3.0901/200-1405,
1997 F800 Crew Dump
Truck, $3,500.00
4.0903/682-1484,
1994 Ford F150 Pickup,
$500.00
5.0903/917-1306,
1999 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $1,300.00
6.0920/451-1346,
1996 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $800.00
7.0940/331-1637,
1993 Bandit 250 Chipper,
$2,500.00
8.0940/447-1643,
1997 Chevy 1500
Pickup, $1,200.00
9. 0972/086-2002,
1994 Ford F150 Pickup,
$500.00
10.1001/497-3862,
1995 Ford Taurus,
$375.00
11.1002/400-3959,
1999 Dodge Stratus,
$486.00
12.1003/014-3876,
1999 Dodge Stratus,
$2,200:00
13.1005/108-1858,
1998 Ford Taurus,
$1,500.00
14.2401/292-4078.
1996 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $400.00
15.2401/297-4077,
1997 Chevy S10 Pickup,
$225.00
16.2500/020-2292,
1992 Kohler 60kw
Generator, $500.00
17.3000/150-2821,
1995 Ford Taurus,
$800.00
18.3000/171-1937,
1998 Ford Taurus,
$1,000.00
19. NA, Ford Truck Bed,
$150.00
20. NA, Ford Tail Gate,
$75.00
The above items can be
seen by contacting, Dan
Adams, Key West,
305-295-3673

21.1609, Hoschazaki Ice
Machine, $200.00
22.1608, Hoschazaki Ice
Machine, $200.00
The above items can be
seen by contacting Bob
Stone, Key West,
305-797-1458

23. 1005/130-3871.


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1999 Dodge Stratus,'
$2,200.00
24. 1401/580-4610,
2000 Ford Taurus,
$2,400.00
25.1808/010-3533,
1994 Kohler 15kw
Generator, $500.00
26.2300/078-1955,
1996 Jeep Cherokee,
$900.00
27.2400/064-4032,
1995 Ford F250 Pickup,
$450.00
28.2403/003-4041, '
1999 Ford New Holland
Tractor, $0.00
29.2600/870-2623,
1998 Dodge Caravan,
$2,600.00
30.3000/148-2081
1995 Ford'Taurus,
$800.00
31.0901/236-1487,
1997 Chevy 1500
Pickup, $0.00
32.0920/450-1455,
1996 Dodge 1500 Pick-
up, $600.00
33.0940/222-2160,
1989 Ferguson Static
Roller, $-1,250.00
34.0940/302-2167,
1991 Ferguson Traffic
Roller, $650.00
35. 0976/030-4040,
1989 Michigan Loader,
$5,500.00
36.0976/056-2001,
1997 Ford F150 Pickup,
$350.00
37.1001/551-3875,
1999 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $1500.00
38.1001/561-3956,
2000 Ford Taurus,
$2,900.00
39.1002/445-3856,
2001 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $2,300.00
40.1005/079-3872,
1995 Ford Taurus,
$450.00
41. NA, Ford Tail Gate,
$75.00
The above items can l
seen by contacting, Jeff
Trench, Marathon,
305-289-6062

42.4030, 1990 Ford
Crane Truck, $0.00
The above item can be
seen by contacting Bar-
bra Ward, Marathon Air-
port, 305-289-6060.

43.0901/213-4625,
1997 Crown Vic, $450.00
44.0903/857-1428,
1998 Dodge 1500
Pickup, $2,700.00
45.0940/316-2154,
1991 Bandit 250 Chipper,
$2,500.00
46.0940/365-2107,
1994 Ford F150 Pickup,
$500.00
47.0940/367-2145,
1994 Ford F150 Pickup,
$0.00
48.1005/098-2807,
1998 Ford Taurus,
$1,500.00
49.1005/120-2805,
1999 Dodge Stratus,
$2,200.00
50.1419/074-2223,
1995 GMC Safari Van,
$1.350.00


: -.. REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
P F S N FOR
PROFESSIONAL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL,
IRRIGATION, GENERAL CONTRACTING,
L.AN ESCAPING AND PLUl ILBI N( FIRMS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed proposals will be received by
the CITY OF MARATHON, until 2:00 P.M., local time, Friday,
November 30, 2007, at the offices of the City of Marathon located at
10045-55 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida, 33050.
The work for which proposals are to be submitted consists of fulnishin r:
professional mechanical, electrical, irrigation, general contracting, land-
scaping and plumbing services for miscellaneous City projects.
A Pre-Proposal meeting will be held November 16, 2007, at 10:00 a.m. at
Fire Station No. 14, 8900 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050.
The City intends to retain multiple qualified firms under separate contin-
uing service .Iq'rcLnLnin-. No minimum amount of such Professional
Services or compensation will be assured to any of the firms so retained,
and the City shall not be prevented in any manner from retaining other
firms at its sole discretion.
Proposals shall be prepared, addressed and submitted in compliance with
detailed instructions as set forth in the contract documents. Bid packages
may be picked up at City Hall, 10045-55 Overseas Highway, Marathon,
Florida, 33050. A bid package will be available for inspection at City
Hall.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, to
waive irregularities, technical errors and formalities, and to award the
contract as it deems will best serve the interest of the City.

The City of Marathon



City Manager Published Keynoter 11/3/07 & 11/10/07


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& Safe Holida s


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110
Legal Notices
51.1419/087-2229,
1999 Ford Crown Vic,
$4,100.00
52.2600/849-1227,
1995 Dodge Ram 250
Van, $650.00
53.3200/066-1139,
1992 New Holland Trac-
tor 3950, $2,500.00
54.3200/098-1137,
1997 Chevy Pickup,
$1,200.00
55. 2420, 1994 Ford S.D.
Ambulance, $4,500.00
Tie above items can be
seen by contacting, Mark
Payakovich, Plantation
Key, 305-852-7158
56*1416/109-3429,
1997 Chevy Suburban,
$0.00
57*1417/151-4133,
1994 Ford Ambulance,
$0.00
58*1439/303-3636,
1989 Ford Ambulance,
$0.00
59.0972/024-2036,
1998 Case Excavator,
$5,000.00
60.0974/057-2092, Fiat/
Alis 14c Track Dozer,
$2,000.00
61.0974/059-2026, Fiat/
Allis 14c Track Dozer,
$2,000.00
62.0974/108-2031,
Massy Ferguson 275
Tractor, $1,200.00
63.0977/105-2034,30
Yard Recycle Box,
$250.00
64.0971/001-2008,
1989 Ford E350 Ambu-
lance, $500.00
65.0973/049-2012,
Kawaski Loader,
$6,000.00
66.0973/053-2015, Cat
D6H Track Dozer,
$12,000.00
67.0973/054-2011,
Swinger 220 Loader,
$1,200.00
@& 0973/1925-1925,
1994 Ford Aerolite Bus,
$1,200.00
69. 0973/077-2014, Rex
3-35 Trashmaster,
$12000.00
70.7992-85, Fiat/Allis
Track Dozer, $500.00
71.0976/052, Case
W11B Loader, $2,500.00
The above items can be
seen by contacting Jack
Julien, Long Key/Cudjoe
Key Transfer site,
305-289-6308
72.5624, 30' Fleetwood
Travel Trailer, $10,000
7?. 5625,30' Fleetwood
Travel Trailer, $10,000
The above items can be
seen by contacting Freda
Vaughn, Key Largo
Health Dept,
305-853-1907
* Items marked with an
(*) were damaged by
Hurricane Wilma and
are being sold AS-IS
with certificates of de-
struction as they are
not safe for use on the
road. .


110
Legal Notices
All bids must be re-
ceived by the County
Purchasing Office be-
fore 3:00 P.M. on De-
cember 11,2007. Bid
forms should be returned
to the Purchasing Office
in a sealed envelope
marked on the outside,
Sealed Bid for Surplus
Property 2007: BID-BC-
C-345-20-2007/CV ad-
dressed and delivered to:
Monroe County Purchas-
ing Office '
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213
Key West, FL 33040
"Employees of Monroe
County are expressly for-
bidden to bid on sales of
surplus Monroe County
property. No employee's
relative, as defined by
Florida Statute Section
112.312, shall be allowed
to bid on surplus property
over which the employee
had custody or authority
to initiate or authorize the
decision to surplus." If
any prospective bidder
has a question concern-
ing his or her eligibility to
bid, please contact Car-
los Victores by phoning
(305) 292-4464.
All bids must remain valid
fora period of ninety (90)
days. The Board will au-
tomatically reject the bid
of any person or affiliate
who appears on the con-
victed vendor list pre-
pared by the Department
of General Services,
State of Florida, under
Sec. 287.133(3)(d), FS
(1997).
Dated at Key West this
1 st day of November,
2007.
Monroe County Purchas-
ing Department
Publish November 10,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


170
Personals


Family searching for M.
Andrew Black, W/M, 19.
Please contact
803-646-2688
Financially secure good
looking male, 71,5'10"
160 Ibs seeks female
companion, slender, thin
35-50 to enjoy sunrises in
my Key Largo beach
home. Volleyball, ping
pong, pool, travel, for
long time relationship. No
drugs. Non smoker pref-
ered 954-829-4744 cell

.ALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


200
EMPLOYMENT

260 General-
Miscellaneous
Activists- $300 +a day
gathering signatures.
Own hrs, work Keys or
Miami. 954-616-7736
Blue Planet Carpentry
custom furniture, enter.
center, dressers & boat
work. All your carpentry
heeds. 664-2661
Boat lift & davit
installers. Will train. Exc.
pay, 40 hr. wk. Advance-
ment opportunity. Zero
tolerance drug policy.
Atlantic Davits & Boat
Lifts. MM 88.853-9400.

Sipeimi o

Brand New State of the
Art School! Grace
Jones Daycare is looking
for 1 full time motivated &
responsible teacher. Min.
State mandated hours,
starts at $9 per hr. Salary
Commensurates higher
qualifications. Please call
Iris at 305-743-6064.
Childcare Help Full time
or part time. Must speak
English, and love
children. 743-3517
CITY OF MARATHON
MARINA
is looking for a SNL Cust.
Serv. Rep. from 12/1/07
until 4/30/08, 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Thurs. through Mon.
$13 hrly. Good people,
computer and cash han-
dling skills wanted. Apply
M-F, 9-4, HR Office
10045 O/S Hwy, orfax
305-289-4143. Drug
Free Workplace, EOE
Cleaning Person P/T
Also fill in Holidays.
Marathon. 743-0697
Leave msq.
Concrete Pump Opera-
tor wanted. F/T, Will train
FLA D.L. and good Eng-
lish nec. Middle Keys
pref. Bill 305-849-2258
Const laborers to work
at MM 50 Fla Keys. Apply
in person with verifiable
past employment refer-
ences at 9350 South Dix-
ie Hwy Suite 1250, Miam
Fl. Drug Free Workplace,
no felony convictions,
valid Fla drivers lic re-
quired.
Driver Wanted
Must know area and
have clean driving re-
cord. Apply in person @
Marathon Florist.
Exp. Appliance tech
needed. Tools, valid dr.
lie., and reliability
required. 664-3662.
Exp. Certified Diver to
collect tropical fish, must
have own gear. Full
Time only. Valid drivers
license required. Local tc
Marathon/Big ne area.
Call 305-743-6658
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-555


260 General -
Miscellaneous
Goofy Gecko- Hiring
for afternoons, evenings
and/or weekends.
Will train for retail sales.
SStop in forapp. at Goofy
Gecko, Publix Center,
Marathon.

Housekeeper
Available Saturdays
305-743-8446
Housing opportunities.
Two person team to live
rent free in nice small
home in exchange for
campanionship & care
for an elderly gentleman.
305-522-2460.
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 General -
Miscellaneous


260 General -
Miscellaneous


ATTiT S I\NOWBIIII I
Key Bana Resort Office help/ Phone
Apparel has openings sale's, Call 743-2255 or
for P/T sales associates apply in person @ Ore's
for both seasonal and Seafood 1264 Ocean-
year round positions. view Ave Mthn
Seeking friendly, mature Part Time Yard
and motivated team Maintenance wanted,
players. Contact Sharon with transportation.
305-289-1161. Call Michael 481-4301
Marine Contractor Req. Quality Maintenance &
Help building docks, Groundskeeper
running equipment & Valid drivers license
carpentry in Marathon
F13 052 n= O0 4,6 required. Call 872-2590


CAIga. aLI -743-5U51

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tion intr, rpret pohicie-: procedures and dirrrc-
tI'. e. Ap'Ilicani.t nmu st hae t- '-. Diplomrn '.r
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JENNE KAM P
CORAL REE- STATE PARK

Positions Available:

FT Mates:
Must be Dive Master Certified

FT Scuba Instructor

PT Reservationist Dive Shop

PT Snorkel Shed Clerk

Benefits Available!
Paid Vacation, Health Insurance, 401 K

Please call 305-451-6301
or
Apply in person-John Pennekamp
Coral Reef State Park Concessions, MM 102.5


260 General -
Miscellaneous
RESORT HELP
Property maintenance,
general maintenance,
dock hands,
housekeeping.
Immediate openings.
305-797-1707
Shop/parts room/yard-
man. Competitive pay.
40 hrs./perweek. Call
522-5366.

Call Classified
743-5551


Community Health
of South Florida, Inc.
Now serving the Florida Keys

*Family Physician
*ARNP
*Certified Nurse Midwife
*Pediatrician
*OB/GYN Physician
*PCT/Medical Assistant/
Certified Nursing Assistant.
*Pt. Financial Svc. Spec.
*Dentist
*Dental Assistant
*Dental Hygienist
-Outreach Worker
*Maintenance 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




An tEqual Opportunii y E player


City of Marathon is hiring a Parks & Recreation
Program Assistant; full time position for the Community
Services department. Duties may include: monitoring and
supervising public use of recreational facilities, youth and
adult programs, collecting fees, record keeping, and program
evaluations. High school diploma or general education
degree (GED) and 6 months experience working directly with
the public in a recreational setting. Must be able to work
nights and weekends. Apply in person at City Hall, or go to
our web site www.ci.marathon.fl.us for an application, fax
305.289-4123. Drug Free Workplace, EOE

Immediate openings for
new location in Marathon
for all shifts.
WE WILL TRAIN
Apply at any store and put name of
CARLOS on top of application.
Health ins, profit sharing, bonuses,
competitive salary.
TOM THUMB FOOD STORES








November 10, 2007 Classifieds 305743-5551


The Keynoter 49


-' I 4R CME
OPPRTNIIE


* Registered Nurses
* Certified Nursing
* Medical Lab Tech


Assistants


* Medical Records Clerk
* X-Ray/CT Tech
* ER Registration Clerks
* Business Office Cashier
* Admitting Clerk

Physician's Practice Management
* Billing Clerks (Cudjoe Key)
* Clinic Medical Assistant

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





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H 0 S P I T A L

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


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Office DEPOT.
O.Id* a...m ..


I ne support ana Denetmts a
world-class company offers


Lcking lo ir a- opporlurty
trna filr a our schcaule, wilnoul
m ls ng ou on an) peri-s'
n'ou'll rina ,our lui ji n rilhl
r,irrp t Office Depol'
On,.: Depol nI i c:rmint Ic Delivering
Winning Solutions That Inspire
Worklife." From flexie .rCh edulin,) Il
a r i. liv, in en.i 'Ily Vorpl ar V, r. no
he Riser C'u %-,e bF.n lIolkirIg lor


260 General -
Miscellaneous
Sign shop seeks P/T
help, 15-20 hrs Mon-Fri.
Energetic, responsible,
fun person for sign work,
to include boat lettering
installation, sign applica-
tion, window lettering,
etc. Will train. Hours
negotiable. 743-5151
Real Estate.


Business.
Lifestyle.
find it in

Sunday
free M local newspaper rack




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


STORE MANAGERS
ASSISTANT MANAGERS
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
TECHNOLOGY FURNITURE SUPPLIES
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALISTS
Casher De ign r-lilI and Ship -
FiJiTllrue Technoil~g,

Full and part-lime benefits provided


Apply in person at the New Office Depot store:
KEY LARGO area
99615 Overseas Highway (just after mile marker 100 )
Key Largo, FL 33037 (Located in the Waldorf Plaza)
Sat, 11110 Sat, 11/24 from 9 am 5 pm
On-the-Spot Interviews!
EOE. M/F/D1. A smoke/drug free environment.
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260 General-
Miscellaneous
TELEPHONE SALES-
PERSON Well-estab-
lished dive center in Mar-
athon seeking mature,
personable individuals
for immediate openings.
Job entails calling diving
dealers and follow-ups.
Forty hours; good salary;
will train. Scuba diving
knowledge helpful.
305-743-5929, ask for
Sherry to arrange inter-
view
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
Top$
Retail Sales. Fashion
flare and decorating
ability an asset. Pick up
app. at Lazy Lizard,
Publix Center, Marathon.
GALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


LDou ueneril -
Miscellaneous
Wanted: Experienced
canvas or upholstery
sewer. Full time. Great
pay. MM 81 in Islamora-
da. 305-360-1416.
Year round PT personal
assistant/general help-
er. Light office work,
entertaining preparation,
errands. Non smoker,
cooperative attitude.
Ref's required. 5-15 flex-
able hours/week. $10hr
to start. PO Box 1371
Tavernier, FL 33070.
265
Healthcare
Dental Assistant. F/T
position available In our
progressive & friendly
Marathon Dental Office.
Good communication
skills are a must. Please
call 305-743-3410 and/or
fax resume to Dr Keifer
at: 305-743-0092
CALL CLASSIRED 743-5551


Bookkeeper
Consulting business inTavernier
seeks part-time bookkeeper to
work 20 hrs!week Must be
experienced in QuickBooks
Send resume and wage
req's to:
JGM PO Box 7999
Buffalo NY 14225 jci1
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visiting nurse assoczatzon
& hospice of theflorida keys
An importantjob, a great plas, a top-noth team...
Be part of it!
DEFINING HEALTH CARE OUTSIDE THE Bo ,
*Physical Therapists X I
FT&PT- -Up.:rKy
*Registered Nurses .- -.
FT& PT- Uppv Ky. & DKd. Cou. .&t,
Salaried and per-visit positions, nfexible
schedules available.
Competitive wages & benefits including health &
dental insurance, 4osb, holiday pay, continuing
education, accrual of paid time off, on-call &
mileage reimbursement. PT benefits available as
well! Visit us online @ www.hospicevna.corn or
contact Barbara Fernandes. H. Director via
e-m ail 1r, C'c r ..i1.l 1 _7,. -, _,'-1_ i _L -- .ii
or via fax 805-292-9466. DFWP/EOE




Mariners

Hospital
HEALTH
Become part of one of South Florida's premier
employers while working in the Florida Keys.
To meet our growing needs, our healthcare team
seeks qualified individuals for the following
positions. If you are selected, we will provide you
with growth opportunities, a competitive salary
and an excellent benefits package.

Senior Secretary
Full Time. Accounting department. H.S.
diploma or GED required. Must have
knowledge in computer software programs.
SApply in person or fax/mail resumes to:
Human Resources
MARINERS HOSPITAL
91500 Overseas Highway,
Tavernier, Flprida 33070 ;.: .
Fax 305/434-1642


Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.





Fully paid healthcare, 401 with match and retirement plan. Call 434-9033
or lai resume 10 305434.-9040 Viijl ui al wac.qcmh cri. EECiDFi4'r?
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AD REPRESENTATIVE-

Full-time

This front office position offers a
great opportunity, working at our
Marathon location. Position
requires a good working knowledge
of computers, and minimum
40 words-per minute typing skills.
Excellent communication and
organizational skills a must.
Should be comfortable with '
telephone up-selling and soliciting.
Competitive salary plus commission.
Excellent benefit package.
Paid vacation/holidayslsick time.

5end resume to:
Beverly Traeger
Florida Keys Keynoter
3015 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon, FL 33050
fax 305-743-9586
btraeger@keynoter.com
No phone calls, please
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Office Clerical
CLASSIFIED AD
REPRESENTATIVE
Full-time
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This front office position
offers a great
opportunity, working at
our Marathon location.
Position requires a good -
working knowledge of
computers, and minimum
40 words-per-minute
typing skills. Excellent
communication and-
organizational skills a
must. Should be
comfortable with
telephone up-selling and
soliciting.
Competitive salary
plus commission.
Excellent benefit pkge.
Paid vacationlholidaysl
sick time.
Send resume to:
Beverly Traeger
Florida Keys Keynoter
3015 Overseas Hwy
Marathon, FL 33050
fax605-743-9586
btraeger@keynoter.com
No phone calls, please.
EOE/DFWP
Dr John Torregrosa,
ankle ad foot surgeon, is
looking for a P/T recep-
tionists for his Marathon
and Tavernier offices.
Please call 853-5151
Office Manager wanted,
full time. Benefits.
Call Bayshore Physical
Therapy, Marathon,
289-8270
275
Professional
CAD Designer, FT or
PT, expd AutoCAD/
Civil3D, survey data,
aetril mapping/SID
images, for small
coastal/civil engineering
firm in Key Largo. email
resume to mowoods@


275
Professional
Mortage Loan
Originator
Keys Federal
Credit Union
An experienced, motivat-
ed mortgage loan origina-
tor wanted for our Big
Pine Key branch. The
ideal candidate has
knowledge of conven-
tional loan requirements
and real estate law. A
proven track record of
sales ability a must. We
offer local in-house pro-
cessing, underwriting &
closing. Portfolio loans.
Full range of mortgage
programs. Draw and/or
salary with volume based
commission. Full benefits
package, including dedi-
cated office space, laptop
and paid time off. Must
possess hight school di-
ploma or equivalent; a
college degree is pre-
ferred. Good credit a
must. Apply in person or
visit www.keysfcu.org to
download an applicaiton.
Applications can be
faxed to 294-0558, or
Email to hr@keysfcu.org
E.O.E.
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
Resumeaterranova.net.
280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
AM Line Cook
Apply in person @
Herbie's
6350 /S Hwy, Mthn.
Waitstaff AM & PM
F/T & P/T. Drop off appli-
cation at Key Colony Inn.
743-0100'


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Now Hiring Full Part Time
Esthetician
Massage Therapist
Hair Stylist
Nail Tech.
Makeup Artist
Come join our fun loving team!
MM 82.5 O/S, Islamorada
www.the islamoradaspa.com
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",; The Village of Islamorada has the
: ". i following employment opportunities
.' ,
'- -J^r,'- Full Time Position

Building Services Department
Electrical Inspector
Islamorada, Village of Islands seeks an 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, electrical inspection or plan review. Must possess
certification as required by Florida Statute; currently hold a
standard certificate as issued by the board; completed an
electrical 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.
Excellent Benefit package.

All full time positions offer 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. EOE; DFWP. 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.


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Situations Wanted
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manager, 20 years busi-
ness owner, available to
help in these areas:
sales/sales manage-
ment, retail, customer
service, marketing, pub-
lic speaking. Old fash-
ioned honest manage-
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resume and references
available.

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500
MERCHANDISE

515 Antiques
Collectibles
Authenticated Atocha
Emerald. 11.55 carats.
Appraised at $81,775.
Will sell for $25,000.
Call 954-818-1542
545 Yard Sales -
Flea Markets
Sat 11/10 8am-1pm
Household items, col-
lectables, etc. 1263 Mar-
lin Dr.
Sun 11/11, Mon 11/12
9am-1 pm. 855 Copa
D'oro (onto Flamingo
Island and turn left)

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The Cheeca Lodge & Spa, the 4 Diamond luxury resort
located in beautiful Islamorada, seeks hospitality service
professionals in all areas. The Cheeca Lodge & Spa offers
a full employment benefits package as well as promotional
opportunities.

We have an immediate need for:
Front Office Manager
Must have Front Desk experience, Springer Miller
knowledge a plus. Salary based on experience.
Available immediately.

Fine Dining Servers $3.75/hr. + tips.

F & B Bussers/Food Runners $6.50/hr. + tips.

Bell/Valet $5.75/hr + tips.

Spa Butler $9.00/hr. + tips.

Room Service Servers $5.50/hr. + tips.

Room Service Order Taker $10.75/hr.


All must have hotel experience


To apply: In person M-F, 9 to 3, Human Resources Office
By mail: Cheeca Lodge & Spa, P 0 Box 527,
Islamorada, Fl 33036
By fax: 305-517-4484
By email: KCadwell@ciheeca.com
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545 Yard Sales -
Flea Markets
Yard Sale Sat Nov 10th
+ 11th 8am-1pm Home
furnishings and much
more!!! 111 Patricia
Lane, Marathon.
575
Pets
Exotic Bengal Kittens
Spottted little leopards &
marbles. TICA reg, shots.
Will deliver Key West to
Key Largo 305-304-1617
Himalayan Kittens for
sale. Parents are CFA
registered. (305)
296-1486 or 304-9924
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590
Miscellaneous
BOSCH 10" cordless
power mitre saw w/
charger & 2 batteries.
VGC $100 or best offer.
305-240-1361
Bunk bed set, light
natural hardwood, with
matresses. Like new.
$300.305-522-8111
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn 743-6506
Generator Briggs &
Stratton. 5500 watts,
heavy duty, very low
hours, runs great,
120/240 volts. $490.
352-875-8606.
Hot tub 5 person, new
cost $5900, still wrapped,
$2699 delivered.
330-219-5313
Kenmore washer &
dryer, heavy duty. $150
set. Good working order.
305-853-3111
Maytag Refrigerator
white great condition with
icemaker $150
Whitewash Bedroom
set, great condition $550
Call to see 305-942-1813
New Memory Foam
Queen size mattress, 9"
thick by NASA, as seen
on TV. 20 year warranty.
Cost over $2k. Must sell
$400 cash 305-481-6905
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590
Miscellaneous
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watch-
es. 305-743-4578
Spa/Hot tub, never
used, seats 5, lounger,
lights, digital control,
under warranty. Retail
$4,500. Sacrifice $1,995.
786-251-5341
Stairmaster NordicTrak
1 yr old, used 6 times,
bought new at $650, ask-
ing $475. Also many old
albums $5 ea. 289-2112
Treadmill300,DngRmSt
Glas. tp.300, gr.Orien-
t.Rug 8x10$190, Chain-
Saw Craftmn200, Rug
5x8Lt.bl 85, 6.5'hutches
40, excl. more 743-4869
White Rhino: love seat,
Q bdrm set, wicker desk,
stove, oak ent ctr, com-
puter desk, patio furn, bar
stools, china cabinet, art
work, plus much more.
453-0065
8' X 8' Acrylic Spa.
6 person, all extras,
2 pumps & cover.
Brand new, never used.
$3000.305-289-1320 or
305-731-4882.
'500 Gallon Fuel Tank
w/elec pump, hose &
handle. Never used
$1700 305-481-4840
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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600
FINANCE

610* Business
Opportunities
Liq. Lic. Monroe Coun-
ty, Terms Avail.,
Realty Masters
Realtors
800-523-7651
Small retail business at
popular resort in Windley
Key. For more info,Email:
keysian@yahoo.com or
call 888-809-6999x 102.
Turn Key Small engine
repair & sales business
located in Marathon.
Extensive clientele. Con-
tact Don 305-743-7590

700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent-
A Beautiful 3/2 Canal,
dock, porch, cent A/C,
W/D $1650. Long term.
305-745-1919
Affordable Canal Front
duplex at MM 25. Nice
3/2 with dockage on
Summerland Key. $1700
+ utilities. 872-2750
Affordable waterfront
homes! 1 to 3 BR's with
dockage, some with
views. Starting at$1600/
mo. 305-872-2750.


100s of Beds
Factory Direct to You
4 pc. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369.
Dinettes, Ftons, Rediners
Simmons Beautyrest
www.fredsbeds.com
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Marathon MM 54.5 743-7277
Big C.:ppin klM 5 295-8430


"In the Heart of Islamorada"

1BR Efficiency Apt with
Home Office Location
$2000/month + Utilities
Islamorada, MM81
2BR/2BA Furnished
$2000/month + Utilities
N 1 81, 1BR/1BA Apartment
$1400/Month + Utilities
Single Family Home
3BR/2BA Furnished
$2250/month + Utilities
1BR/IBA Condo w/Pool
MM 89, $1000/month + Utilities.

Call Karrissa Hamilton @
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Now HIRING


710
Homes for Rent
Annual Rentals
Mthn: furn 2/2 $1600 mo
F/L/S. Call Barbaraj~t
Coldwell Banker RE
305-289-6499

Immaculate
Beautiful Islamorada,
B/S, 2/2, furn, W/D, H.O.
park w/boat ramp, cov
parking boat/car. No
smoke/pets, $1500mro.
F/L/S 786-543-3052
Big Pine Key 2/1. Clean
C/Air & heat. W/D hook-
up. Vaulted ceilings, Irge
yard, wooded on 3 sides
F/L/S. $1025/mo.
305-294-5393.
Big Pine Key.
4BR & 2BA home.
Canal front. $2500/mo.
Call Ray 305-395-2605.
Big Pine Key Spacious
1/1 home on canal.
$1450/mo + utils. 6 mo
lease. FL/S. No smok-
ing, no pets. 872-1342
Big Pine Large 3/2
canalfront home wit'5'
seawall. Furn w/Florida -
room, outdoor patio/
kitchen. $1950/mo +
utils. F/L/S 305-395-013-
BPK, 3/2 canalfront 3 car
garage,new appliances
a/c, walkaround scrnd-in
porch, off-st parking,
dockage possible.
$2150/mo + util, F/L/S
305-872-3922
Cudjoe 2/1 on canal,
stainless appliances,
pool, tiki, A/C, W/D, D/W
Little Torch Large 2/1 o
canal, A/C, W/D, dish-
washer. $1675 inc utils.
F/LS. 305-393-0292
Cudjoe New construc-
tion, w/dock, furnished,
1700 sq ft. 3/2, Avail No\
1 st. yr lease, $22Qim(
F/L/S. Brad Baker
Remax Keys to the Key.
Direct 305-745-8897
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Classifieds 305-743-5551


November 10, 2007


710
Homes for Rent

Desirable Plantation
Key 2BR/1.5BA Totally
remqjeled, new kitch, SS
apple, tile throughout, Irg
screened porch, W/D,
C-A/C, H.O. park with
temporary dockage
$1500 mo 305-849-3042
Duck Key, Quiet pres-
tigous neighborhood,
2/1, large living room,
modern kitchen, single
floor, garage, secluded
patio. 5 years old, excel-
lent condition, long term.
$1850/mo. Available
1/1/08 305-289-0677 or
305-240-1423
Islamorada 3/1 avail.
now. $1,600. F/L/S.
MM 84 Bayside
305-942-5233
Islamorada Large 412
Cent A/C W/D, etc. Quiet
street, $1600/mo. F/L/S
Call 664-2415 evenings.
Islamorada Waterfront
Home $2900/mo.
4/4 Call Tom
561-722-5237
Key targo, 3/2, mm104
O/S, furnished, A/C,
W/D, no smoking, no
pets. $1800 incl util.
slcstein@comcast.net
954-818-5332
Key Largo 3/2 newer
home with a 10x10 shed
&fenced yard. $1600 per
month + first, last & sec.
772-260-6209



Key Largo spacious 3/2
- living rm w/lrg family rm
near Pennekamp, newly
remodeled. New cabi-
nets, carpet, windows,
appliances, elec water
heater. Fenced in yard.
$1,500 mo incl yard
maint No pets or smok-
ing. Call for appt.
407-342-7337
Long Key 2/1 on canal.
Carport, dock & Tiki hut.
$1400 per month.
Call Bill 305-304-7530.
willbillypaol.com
Long Key Waterfront
3Bd/2Ba CBS. 2 story,
concrete dock, seawall,
boat ramp. $1800/mo
with possible option to
buy. 386-439-9622
Marathon 1/1 cottage.
Unfurnished. Avail now.
A/C, W/D hkup. Water &
garbage incl, quiet area.
No smokers/dogs. FL/S.
$1000/mo. 12 mo lease.
305-731-6131



MARATHON 2/1, Yrly
avail Dec 1. W/D
$1275/MO, No pets. 701
124 ST. GULF
305-289-3871
Marathon, 60' Concrete
dock, 2/1. W/D hookup,
fenced, shed, $1600/mo.
F/L/S 786-222-1214
CALLULASSIRED 743-5551


710
Homes for Rent

Marathon, Crane Point.
2/1.5, deck, porches,
yard, central air, use of
community area, small
pets ok. $1475/mo +
utils. Rita (305)849-3521
Marathon Cute 2/1
unfurnished CBS home.
W/D, C/air. $1500/mo.
F/L/S. No pets. Leave
msq, 305-743-3061
Marathon / Ocean
1B1B Furn, dock, all
incl. $2000/mo.
2B/1.5B Furn, dock, all
incl. $2500/mo.
Min 3-6 mo.
Kitchenette, Furn. all
incl. $350/wk min. 4 wks
By Appt. 305-610-8002
Marathon / Ocean
1 B1 B unfurn, dock avl.
$1300/mo. Lease F/IS
2B/1.5B unfurn, dock.
avl. $1600/mo. Lease
F/L/S 305-610-8002
Marathon- Sisters
Creek. New 3bd, 2.5ba.
Ocean views with pool.
$1,850/mo. Several units
to choose from. Call
Dave: 305-731-5521
Marathon Tri-level 3/2
Furn, on canal, 3 doors to
ocean. $2500/mo. F/L/S
Call 305-743-3271 or
954-465-1491
MM 103 O/S Largo
Sound Park2/1 +Florida
room, close to H.O. park,
$1,275 mo. annual F/L/S
305-453-9541
Open Water Views, MM
30, Dr's Arm. Beautifully
renov. 2/2 up, 1/1 down.
Marble, stone, tile. New
kit, baths. Unique under
house boat slip, ramp,
dock. 1 home from open
wtr $2525.610-986-8187
Spacious 2/2 on canal
concrete seawall, large
patio, remodeled kitchen,
Summerland Key Cove.
$2900/mo. 807-0184
712 Mobile Homes
for Rent

Key Largo Mobile
Home $850/mo F/L/$500
Sec call Miami
305-382-4350
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305-743-6519
Marathon on canal.
Partially furn. Keys RV.
1 or2 bdrm, Fl room.
Cable incl: $1100/mo. +
util. 305-587-1512.
MM 66 Outdoor Resorts
Gated Community 1 bd,
1 ba. Pool, tennis, marina.
$750/mo + utils. F/L/S.
305-766-6691



Trailer 27', on shaded
lot, clean park. $700 mo.
incl utils. Refs req.
MM 101 305-230-1899

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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


1Bdrm/1 Bath on canal.
$1150 plus utilities.
Excellent condition.
Call 305-743-2324

725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent

A 2BR/1 BA duplex, MM
92.5, C-A/C, carpets,
clean. $1,150 mo. F/L
$575 sec. yr. lease
942-6088
A Marathon 1Bd/1Ba
duplex. On canal with
dockage. Keys Wide
Realty, Al 305-747-0768.
Affordable 1/1 Apt. in
Marathon. On 2nd Floor
with private staircase.
F/L/S. No pets, year
lease. 305-743-6088
Apt. 1BR available now.
No smoking or pets. MM
103.5 0/S Utils/laundry/
cable incl. $750 mo. F/S
305-942-9633
Big Pine Key 2/1
Duplex, on canal. Long
term. $1400/mo F/L/S
305-872-2451
Big Pine Key avail
immed. Half duplex 2/1.
Quiet, canal, ground lev-
el, screen room. $1250 F/
LS ($600) Min 6/mo
lease. 305-872-7516
BPK 2/1 Canal front
duplex. Clean, quiet,
W/D hook-up, storage,
seawall. $1200/mo.
F/L/S. 706-969-9082
Cozy Furnished Effi-
ciency MM28 A/C,TV, no
pets, long term. $550/mo
+ $400 dep. utils inc.
872-4042



Furnished studio apt.
Gorgeous & immaculate,
pool & boat ramp, water
views. Must see. Key
Largo Incl elec/cable.
$1,000 305-451-1586
Grassy Key large effcy
apt on the beach, open
ocean view. No pets.
Quiet area. Fully furn. All
utils incl. $1200/mo. Long
term only. 305-743-7277
Heart of Islamorada:
1BR apt incl utils $900
mo. Lrg Efficiency incl
utils $800 mo. 2BR/2BA
incl utils $1,500 mo. All.
F/L/S305-849-3042
Islamorada Duplex.
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath.,
Near Islander Motel.
$1400/mo.
Call 305-451-4555.
Islamorada MM 82
Unfurn. Efficiency Clean,
quiet. $180/wk or $780
mo., incl. utils. Pet con-
sidered. $1000 sec. Yr
lease Lv msg 517-4379.
Key Largo 1/1 apt down
newly remodeled. $875
incl all utils 305-218-1646
or 786-226-2360

Call Classified
743-5551;


Key Largo, 1 bd, 1 ba un-
furnished, newly renovat-
ed, long term lease,
$800/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
after 5pm 305-731-9559
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 waterfront
Furn 1/1, 1000 sf. Great
area. Non smoker. W/D.
$1150, utils incl. Avail
Jan 1.305-852-6495.
Key West- Ocean Views
STUDIO MMO Amazing
$1800 or $1900/mo
Some util. 305-292-7752
kwest4uomsn.com
Layton Cheerful CBS
1/1, Fla room, on canal.
W/D. $900 includes wa-
ter. F/L/S. N/S, no pets.
480-200-9189
Little Torch Key, 2/2.
Oceanside. Quiet area,
quiet tenants desired.
$1400/mo. F & S. No
pets. 305-872-2430.
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/US
304-8702
Marathon 1/1 cottage.
Unfurn, avail now. A/C,
W/D hkup. Water &gar-
bage incl, quiet area. No
smokers/dogs. F/L/S.
$1000/mo. 12 mo lease.
305-731-6131
Marathon 1/1
Half duplex
$900 F/L/S avail 12/15
305-743-2300
Marathon 1/1 unfurn half
duplx. Avail 12/1. Tile firs,
AC, quiet area. No smok-
ers/dogs. $950/mo. FLS.
Yr lease. 305-731-6131
Marathon 2/1 House.
U/F non-W/F. Large
fenced yard. $1450 +
utils.
Also avail 1/1 HID $1100
Call Marcy
305-289-6505. CBSRE
Marathon 2/2 on canal
on 89th St Oceanside.
W/D. Avail. now.
$1700/mo.
305-481-4835
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fullyfurn.
305-289-0800


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Waterfront
Marathon Studio
Gated area, pool, dock-
age avail. $600-$1100.
Call for info 305-743-
9322 or 305-240-4969
Marathon Units
Efficiency Furnished
$600
1/1 Waterfront, furn.
$950
2/2$1050
3/2.5 Waterfront, fur-
nished. $1975
Plus Utils, No pets F/L/S
Call 289-3984
Marathon, walk to bch;
Boat dockage, pool, laun-
dry. All tile 2bd. $1200
mo. F/US; or for sale.
Avail now. 305-743-
6581, cell 305-923-3018.
MM 93 1/1 stove, ref, Ig
yard, Ig screened porch,
laundry rm, walk to beach
& local park. $1000.
Call 305-731-0114
MM 93 2/1 Stove, ref,
large screened porch,
large yard, laundry rm,
walk to beach & local
park. $1250.
305-731-0114
Mthn 2/2 condo, pool.
Walk to supermarkets,
Available now. F/US.
$1250 mo. Conch Realty
Sales Inc 743-8877
Mthn-Coco Plum 2br
condo on water. Turn
key, furn, pool, ramp,
dock, tennis, cvd prkg
long or short term
772/337-2934
dallasl 080@vahoo.com
Mthn Cute Ground level
Efficiency. $600/mo.
F/L/S. 6 mo. lease mini-
mum. Call
305-849-6236.
Mthn Studio. Unfurn w/
water views, new appl,
Irg porch, addl stor, good
location, yearly. $800/mo
F/L/S 239-250-4944
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. Avail 12/1
Call 305-451-4555
740 Roommates-
Rooms for Rent
Key West- Roommate to
share house on Flagler
Ave, no smoking, drugs,
pets or couples. $800
mo, $800 sec, share of.
utilities, yr lease. Must
like cats. 912-224-5898
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


MM 106 3BR/2BA furn
home. 2 rooms $550 mo.
ea Master BR $700 mo.
All + security.
847-828-5090
Stock Island. Room for
rent. W/D & phone.
$175/wk, all utilities
incl. Call 305-896-4551
or 305-296-5816.
SWM, 53, Retired, Quiet,
No Pets, No Kids, Exc
Refs, Seeks Furn Room
Under $400 month,
12/1/07, Any Key, L/T.
202-256-1703
750
Vacation Rentals

Check out our weekly
and long term rentals at:
IslandBreezeRentals.net
or call 305-743-8328
Condo 1BR, priv beach
dock, all new interior,
furn. MM 92 No smoking
or pets. 305-343-2991

IWaterfront l
Duck Key, 3 bedroom,
2 bath, furnished, dock-
.age, pool. available
December 1.
305-731-5116
ESCAPE THE
CROWDS Secluded,
solar powered home,
Key Deer Refuge. 2/2.
Sailboat canal. No-Name
Key. mthly.
561-736-0786

1 GREA =* 0
Furnished studio apt.
Gorgeous & immaculate,
pool & boat ramp, water
views. Must see. Key
Largo Incl elec/cable.
$1,200 305-451-1586
Houseboat Rental
In Key Largo. Unique,
fun, affordable.
410-353-8428
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


750
Vacation Rentals

Islamorada, 2/1 furn.
home, mm 74.5, prvt.
boat ramp, 65' dock,
seconds from bay/ocean.
305-281-6338
Islamorada Beautiful
2/2 stilt home. Boat ramp.
Monthly or weekly. Avail.
now. 305-773-3950.
Key Colony Beach Lux-
urious villa, 3000 sq ft. 30'
dock, 3/2 + study,
sleeps 6. Private beach.
Wk/ Mo. 305-804-7184
Key Largo Winter or
summer rental 3BR/2BA
or 2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954-885-9591
Little Torch Key Luxury
Waterfront 3/2 Pool
home. Direct ocean ac-
cess. $3500/mo.
631-749-0908
Marathon effcy for rent
Dec, Jan; Feb, March.
Great pool. Nice facility.
Clean, gated. No smoke.
No pets. 586-557-8090
Marathon private 2/2
tropical paradise. 60' of
dock, tiki, open water
views. Winter & Summer
rental. 305-743-5444

Waterrfront
Marathon Studio
Gated area, pool, dock-
age avail. Call for info
305-743-9322 or
305-240-4969
Mth/Coco Plum 1/1
c6ndo 1stfl, waterfront,
oceanside. Big boat dkge
+ ramp. Pool, tennis.
$2600 mo. 305-731-5522
Senior couple would
like to rent 2B/2B in Key
Colony or Sombero
Beach. Can pay up to
$600/week cash from
Jan15 to March 15. Have
reference. pis call
609-601-1407
CALLCLASSIRED 743-5551


Restaurant & Bar for Lease

* Brand new building with fantastic water view
* Located at the 7-Mile Marina in Marathon.
* Three stories of money-making opportunity
* Lots of outdoor seating.
* Available now for only $3,900 per month.

(305) 481-1154

M 04 II --l I.
S Luxury 2 br/2-1/2 ba Fall/Winter.
SPrivate, great water and sunset views.
Pool/deep water dock.All amenities.
Monthly/seasonal. (954) 801-6747
or dreamcatcherl206@aol.com


ISLAMORADA MM 74
Ocean Views Deep Water Dock
3BR/2BA Furn.- Gated community Pool
Weekly/Monthly from $3000 per week
www.lokeyestate.net 941-488-7695


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750
Vacation Rentals
Timeshare Weeks-Rent
12/15 thru 12/22 and
12/22thru 12/29.
2/2 for up to 6 people.
$1400/wk. Reef Resort,
Marathon. 954-592-9151

790 Business
Property for Rent
Big Pine Key MM 29.5
1360 sq. ft. office space
available. Call
305-395-3333 for more
information.
Commercial building
for rent 2400 sq ft. Doctor
office or for retail sales.
8301 O/S Hwy Mthn. For
details: 305-289-0802
Elks lodge in Tavernier
hall for rent. 1 for 350
people $500.1 for 50
people $125. Plus
cleaning charges. Call
after 3 pm 305-852-1872
Marathon Luxurious
office bldg, 2200 sf,
former real estate office.
$4,250 per month.
Call 393-9501.
Marathon Overseas
Hwy exposure. Great
location 3rd Gpneration
building, 700 sq ft.
$1250/mo. 481-5057
Marathon small office
$400/month. Also, yard
space available. Located
on US 1. 305-743-7277
Prime sales property for
lease on US 1 in Key Lar-
go, perfect for boat/car
sales. 305-453-3525
Retail / Office Space for
rent. Town Square Mall,
Marathon. Spaces from
450-3,600 sq ft. Newly
renovated bldg. 2 mos
free w/1 yr lease. Call
Linda at 305-304-5840
Retail Space 1250 sq ft.
by Marathon Main Post
Office for rent, contact
Bruce 305-395-2720 or
Dee Dee 289-6486


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


795
Miscellaneous

Marathon RV Lot
For Rent.
From $600/mo.
Call 305-731-5042.
Storage for boats,
trailers and RVs.
$100 mo. Key Largo
305-451-1586

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale

Affordable Luxury
Living
Homes for sale. Starting
at $499K. Many units to
choose from, water
views. Contact Dave
Sullivan 305-731-5521
Beautifully landscaped
3/2, newly remodeled,
SS appliances. Legal
downstairs. Close to
Pennekamp. Below
appraisal price. Brokers
welcome. 305-712-0033



Best CBS stilted 2/2
Marathon home. $465K.
Many upgrades, lush
garden, partial ocean
views, & park. Seller mo-
tivated. Pam Nada-Carey
CB Schmitt
305-304-9208.

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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
Canal Front Long Key
4/3 Quick ocean/bay
access, dockage, $600s
305-664-3215 or
seaviewccobtl.net
Key Largo 3/2 CBS,
screen porch, tile, cathe-
dral ceilings, hurricane
shutters, best H.O. park.
$429k. 305-394-1409
Marathon 2/3 OPEN
HOUSE Sat/Sun 12-4!
75 Ft dock, pool, exc
rental hist. $1.2M Furn
305-289-8879; or www.
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Marathon 3/2 85' Deep
dockage. Lic. vaca. rent-
al, excellent history. Plus
legal 1/1 w/handicap ac-
cess, beautiful gard, .
large trees $889K
305-743-2031 www.
manateehavens.com
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Homes for Sale


Waterfront
Marathon luxury home.
OPEN Sat/Sun 12-4pm
3br/2ba, 105 Ft Dock
$2.2M; 305-289-8879
Photos/details @ www.
ibislanehouse.com !
Open House
Duck Key
94 Antigua St, MM 61
Sunday 11/4,1-5pm.
Brand new, must see!
Open House Sat 11/10
1-3pm, MM 101 B/S Dry
lot w/ramp & beach
ac-cess. 3/2 fully furn.
224 Buttonwood Ave.
Contact Pena Realty
305-448-5241 Ralp Pena
Jr. Broker 305-992-8787
PALM HARBOR
HOMES 4/2 Tile Floor,
Energy Package Deluxe
loaded, over 2,200 sq.ft.
30th Anniversary Sale
Special Save $15,000.
Call for FREE Color
Brochures 800-622-2832
Silver Shores, 2x2,
beautiful condition, turn
key, motivated seller.
$239,000 305-451-2380.
812 Mobile Homes
for Sale

Marathon, MM 47
Galway Bay 55 + park,
Furn 2/2, 1400sq ft.
C/air, new tile, covered
porch. $79,000 plus lot
rent. 305-766-0650
Summerland Key
MM 25.40' 2 bedroom
Coachman. $6000.$650
lot rent.
Call 847-530-2376.
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812 Mobile Homes 890 Business
for Sale Property for Sale


40', 1Brm, 2 slideouts, 2
sl gl drs, late model, very
clean, 11th St. Low lot
rent. Ed 305-479-5544
$25,900.
03 Cherokee RV 36'
2Bed$15K
12' X 36' Mobile w/10' x
36' Suhroom, furn, $14K
+ Lot rent.
12' X32' Mobile w/10' X
20' sunroom. Furn $15K
12' x 35' w/10' X 35' sun-
room, handy man's spe-
cial. $5K. Grassy Key
305-731-9059

825 Condo -
Duplex for Sale

IREEMICE0l

Islamorada Duplex,
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath.
Near Islander Motel.
-$695,000. OBO
Call 305-451-4555

860 Out of State
for Sale
Quogue L.I., NY water-
front, 4BR/4BA post
modern $2.3mil. Looking
to make a deal forwater-
front home in Summer-
land or Sugarloaf.
1-631-653-9104

880 Lots Acreage
for Sale
Bahamas Lots forsale.
$39K & up. Waterview,
Waterfront & Hilltops.
Power & water avail.
Financing if needed.
863-293-2740
dlipscol @tampabay.rr.
com
Big Pine Key Lot with
Permit. RARE. Drs. Arm
canal, cleared, 3/2 CBS,
60x100+ Reduced
$325,000. 954-396-2292
Hilltop Lot,
(Intracoastal View) off
Indian River Drive, Jen-
sen. Will trade for Planes,
Trains, Automobiles or
Boats. Ownerwill fi-
nance. $199,000
970-389-1894. Email
stevelbuchanan@
msn.com
Start building today
Lot with active building
permit
on Ramrod Key.
305-522-0188

2- TBR's for sale
In Marathon
$260,000 each
305-743-7533

890 Business
Property for Sale
Commercial property
2 commercial spaces &
3 apts. $950k. Owner
financing possible
Call 305-393-2359
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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

1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats

14' Carolina Skiff with
25hp Yamaha, 4-stroke,
bimini. With trailer.
$5100.305-731-3386
17' 2000 Ranger Flats
boat, 115 Yamaha,
2 stroke, low hours,
with brand new trailer.
$13,000.305-731-3386.
17' Pro Line CC. Honda
90, only 10hrs since
NEW. Loaded with good-
ies. $12K. 305-304-6685
17.5' 2004 Cobia
90 Yam. Trailer. Open
fishermen. Low hours.
$12K. Reduced to
$10,500 305-942-1581
18' Dolphin'91 Back
Country. 200 hp Yama-
ha Pro V-Max '01. Jack
Plate-Hynotic steering,
many extras.
305-453-5049.
18'Seahunt2003,
w/2003F 115HP 4 stroke
Johnson. Call Shelter
Bay Marine, 743-7008
22.3' 2007 Sea Hunt,
Bay Reef T-Top, 150
Yamaha 4 Stroke, Disc
Brake Trailer, $29,000.
386-837-5968
23' 1974 Penn Yan hull
Make offer. 1 free boat.
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' 2005 Sheer Water
Powder blue, 225 yama-
ha, very low hrs. w/trailer.
$43,850 Call Tom
561-722-5237
25' Hydra Sport CC'99
2- 225 Evinrudes, low
hrs. Auto pilot, windlass,
trailer, 2 color GPS/find-
er. $28,500. 664-4601
28' 2003 Parker CC,
Twin F225 Yamaha,
T-Top, Electronics,
trailer, excellent cond.
$57K. 305-743-3436
28' T Craft Cummins die-
sel, dual sta., hydro haul-
er, nds work $4000 Harry
305-394-0932 .
GALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1150
Power Boats
29' Phoenix'84 Sport-.
fish. Twin Volvo 160hp,
GPS, VHF, AP, Fish
Find, outriggers, A/C,
$24,500.305-790-9607
31'Scarab Sport. Twin
225 Optimax, Warrapty
until 2010. 65 mph.
$22,000. OBO,
797-5334,K-Wst.
34'1976 Downeast
Trawler, FG. Twin diesel,
complete refit, all new .
06/07. Gen., radar, elect.
$29,500.305-509-2986
37' Egg Harbor Sport
Fisherman. Twin cat
3126's, full electronics,
outriggers, low hours,
mint condition. $289K
305-664-8461
44' Nautiline houseboat
'71. No engine. Solar &
wind gen. $5K,
OBO.305-509-2310.
50' Viking 1994
Sportfish. Twin 10 Cyl.
MAN Engines. FSBO
$525,000.305-289-3188



60' Guthrie Sport Fish-
liveaboard, completely
refurbished. $75K.
Health forces sale.
731-632-0066
Crest Pontoons
Ever wonder where all
the Crest Pontoons came
from? Ft. Myers.
800-955-7543

1160
Sailboats
14FT Sunfish Sail Boat.
Good Condition. Knows
it's way in Keys waters.
$1000 OBO Call John
after 6 pm 305-289-0645
1180
Dock Rentals/Sales

Coco Plum Legal Livea-
board slip. Deep Water
Dock. $550/mo.
910-540-6567
Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
washer/dryerfor res.
$585.305-731-3386
Protected dockage
bayside marina Key
Largo. 4 ft. draft. Live--
aboards accepted. Must
be in good condition and
mobile. $500 per month
+ utilities. Call Tanya
394-0663.
1190
Miscellaneous

48'X 14' Houseboat
Islamorada, 1/2 Share.
Fantastic location, too
much to mention.
www.eyecandybouse
boat.com $12K
AA Dave buys permits
SoAtl Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack,
shark, sword, tuna $$$ in
48 hrs! 904-262-2869


1190
Miscellaneous


ATTE4N
All types of permitsPor
sale!! Rock Shrimp, Kinc
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack ree
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Srapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before ybu
buy or sell! Please call fo
prices. Licensed & Bond
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321-784-
5982 or321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
Commercial fish zoned
storage yard for sale. Mrv
25 on US1. Forkliftfor
$4,950. Trap bouys $.50
ea. 305-289-0064
Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
washer/dryer for res.
$585.305-731-3386
Marine Contractor
Shutting Down -
Bargains On Every-
thing, including parts.
Everything must go!!!
Cranes, barges, push
boats, drill rigs, dredges,
2 Menzi mucks, 2 very
large excavators, floata-
tion foam. Many other
misc. items. 743-0354 or
305-896-1757
Marine Storage: Boat trl
campers, any clean stor-
age accepted on wheels.
$3/ft yr; $4/ft 6 mo; $5/ft
mo. Emil 305-731-3386

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles

Cadilac Seville North
Star motor, 1996. Silver,
immaculate inside and
out. No rust/dents. Ask-
ing $7000 Bill
305-451-5866
Wanted autos all years
Cars, vans,trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305-332-0483.
'00 Acura 3.5 RL, auto,
air, sctry-nav, all pwr, sur
rf, cd, prlwht, leather, 79k
miles, beautiful. $12,.00
wknds 305-509-4028
92 Cadillac Allante peal
wht Convertible. Ask for
photos at captr2@aol.
com Mint, 80K miles,
$13k B/O. 305-743-843e
1992 5.0 Mustang.
Clean, hatch back, stereo
system, 250 amps.
Original paint. $5200.
305-731-3386


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1360 Mopeds-
Motorcycles
01 Harley Davidson
1200 custom sportster, 6
K miles, stock, exc. cond.
$5,030, OBO.
239-989-3778.
95 Harley Sportster
1200 cc, custom paint,
runs great, $5500.
522-4302.
1370 Trucks-
SUVs-Vans
'-
00 Dodge ChooChoo
Conversion Van. Low
top, dual A/C, loaded.
$8950 obo. 451-4555
91 Ford Bronco II
Runs great, good tires.
$525/obo.
Brian 305-896-3332
02 Harley Davidson
F150 super charged, fully
loaded, great shape,.
$19,900 OBO 4Wheeler
also. $1500 393-4040


1370 Trucks-
SUVs -Vans
85 Dodge Pick-up
truck. V-8 with bedliner.
Great work truck. $950.
305-731-3386.
05 Ford Escape SUV,
4 cyl., auto, loaded. Great
on gas. $7,400, OBO.
360-1754.
05 Toyota Tundra, V8
IForce 4.7 liter 4WD, 2 dr,'
longbed. 13,618 miles,
A/C,PS,AM/FM/CD, dual
airbags, ABS brakes and
towing pkg, dent in
drivers door, color pewter
$14,900 305-453-3525.
68 Ford F100 Runs
great, rebuilt engine.
Billet rims, Edelbrock
intake & carb, headers.
$3,800.305-509-2986
88 Plymouth Voyager
4 cyl., runs great, nice in-
terior. Must se'e. $1200,
OBO. 305-923-3709.


1370 Trucks:-
SUVs- Vans
99 Jeep Grand Chero-
kee, 4dr., loaded, cold
A/C,6cyl., auto, runs
new. $3,300, OBO.
-360-1754.
1380 *Campers.
Recreational Vehicles
Airstream 36' 1983
$3900.
Call Carl 239-641-0808
Big Pine Key
We buy and consign
RV's. Need late model
motor homes and travel
trailers. Top $$$. Holiday F FLO R DA K y was Y s-7
RV's, MM 100, 4514555 !-- T KEYNTE
01 Lance truck camper, _j L- 'I --" LL _h EYinHB
model 1130 x-clean, gen
set, loaded. $14,500 K YVNOTERlCOM I sPda y
OBO 305-451-4555
1390 RBI E BU LI ti
Miscellaneous
Car hauler flatbed trail-
er 25 ft long, 8 ft wide.
2 axle, 4 good tires. $600
cash. 305-481-6905.








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1996 Nissan Altima GXE. 4-door,
gold, auto., pwr windows, locks, tilt,
cruise, cold A/C, am/fm CD, clean
interior. Runs great but needs trans.
work. Can be driven daily. Kelly
Blue Book Value is between $2,100
- $2,500. Asking $1,500 OBO, or
will consider trade for boat or
motorcycle. Contact Ryan via e-
mail at cryanlake@yahoo.com, or
call 295 5261. Can be seen at Barb/
Batfish on Sigsbee. Purchased as a
1st car for teenage son, but his
grades have forced us to sell. Take
advantage of this great price.
2003 BMW Z4 3.0i Roadster con-
vertible. Exc. condition. Automatic,
A/C, leather, loaded. 16,000 miles.
Blue Book $25,900. Call 766-8639.
2001 Lincoln Navigator. Grey with
light grey leather interior. Tow
package. 3rd-roW seating. Loaded.
Extra clean; new tires. Very .low
miles. A great deal at $12,500 OBO.
Call 296-4058.
2002 Harley Sportster XL 1200S.
More than $2,800 in Screaming
Eagle upgrades. 15,500 miles. Mid-
life crisis over. $6,299 OBO. Call
Bob at 942-9081.
2006 Toyota Tundra double cab.
Like new. 4.7 liter, towing pkg.,
leather pkg., 20-inch SS wheels.
White. Only 7,000. Save thousands.
Truck sold for $28,500 new. Will
sacrifice at $23,500. Contact Joe
at 293-2915 or 294-6054.
1971 Torino 351 Cleveland. Auto.,
two door. $2,500 OBO. Call Ray at
395-9408.
1986 Mustang GT, 5.0 5-speed, T-
Tops. 1993 front conversion, new
front brakes, tires, BBK headers, H-
pipe, Flowmaster mufflers, new
paint. $3,600 080. Call Ray at 395-
9408.
2007 Buell Lightning Long
XB12Ss. Black, 1203cc, mint con-
dition, still under warranty. Ex-
tremely low miles 1,297. Don't ride
enough to justify keeping it. Just
want payoff. $8,300. Below NADA
blue book. Will throw in helmet and
riding vest, a $320 value. Call
Dwayne (330) 931-2819.
2003 Honda CBR, 600rr. Low
miles, super clean. $5,600 OBO.
Call Ricky at (787) 948-0743.


1998 Regal LSR 19-foot bow rider
with 190 HP, six-liter Volvo engine.
Runs great. New ignition, starter.
Recently had tune up. Trailer incl.
Rear bench seat, front pads could
'lstery. PCS-ing soon.
ok value $10,000.
,500. Call jason at
iu request photos, e-
mail: jason.anastos@yahoo.com.
2004 Larson Cabrio 274 28-foot
cabin cruiser with Mercruiser 350
MPI, 300HP Bravo III out drive. Head
with shower, three sinks, fridge/
freezer, microwave, VHF, GPS, full
enclosure, rod holders, swim plat-
form. Includes trailer. Great Keys


cruiser. $49,500. For more info, call
Tim at (228) 223-7126.
2005 Key Largo fishing boat with
center console. Incl. 70HP Yamaha
motor, Bimini top, Hummingbird
fishfinder with GPS navigation sys-
tem, compass, Easyload trailer.
Maintenance equipment & extras.
Like-new cond. Asking $10,500.
Contact Jeffrey at 293-2892.
1999 Wellcraft Fisherman 210
with 200HP Mercury engine. Trailer
included. Color GPS, VHF, bimini top
and more. Boat in excellent cond.
Engine runs & sounds great. Perfect
for family & plenty of room for fish-
ing. Asking $14,000. Call Bill at
587-9323.
1995 Hydra Sports CC 19 ft. 3-in-
1 GPS, CD player with 2 speakers.
Live well, ez-loader trailer, 1995
115HP Evinrude OB, Bimini cover,
CC cover,. NADA value $7,200.
Asking $7,000. Call Justin at 434-
0222/0225.
1996 Proline Stalker 150, 16 foot
with four-stroke 50HP Mercury.
Bimini top, depth finder and trailer.
$4,500. Call Tim at (228) 223-
7126.


Used bike $45. Call Jack at 292-
0702.
White leer topper. Fits full-size,
short-bed trucks. Specifically made
for Fords but will work with other
makes. $200 OBO. Call Matt at
(816) 255-6143.
Items for sale: Elements 17-inch
color computer monitor $100.
Ivory-colored love seat/bed combo
w/cushions $250. Living room 5-
pc. couch $200. Whirlpool 10
cubic ft. chest freezer $150. MTD
lawn mower w/bag $125. Contact
Jeff at 293-2408 or 296-3281.
24-inch wire dog kennel. Like
new. $20. Call 294-8620 leave
message.
Juvenile bedroom set for sale. Set
includes: loft bed w/dresser below,
bookshelf, pull-out desk, and three-
drawer entertainment center. Exc.
condition w/plenty of storage. Great
for a small room. $500. Call 294-
8620 leave message.
Speed Queen large-capacity
washer. Commercial, heavy duty.
$100. Call 295-7645.
Air hockey table five feet $25.
Call Joe at 294-0865.
Martin Road Series acoustic gui-
tar. D.M. mahogany with hard case.
$400. Call Steve at 849-0522.
Select items for sale: Samsung
mini DVD camcorder, takes video &
pictures $120. Dirt Devil carpet
shampooer, used twice $30. Tod-
dler Dora bed $15. Call Amanda at
896-0325.
55-gallon fish tank. Wet/dry filter,
stand and accessories included.
$200. Call 294-3828.
3-piece Ashley living room set.
Beige micro fiber couch, love seat,
and one chair. Great condition. Just


two years old. Paid $1,700. Asking
$700. Call Jason at 395-0582.


Professional, non-smoking tidy
female with no pets looking for fur-
nished or unfurnished 1 bedroom
with long-term rental in Truman
Annex, starting January or February
2008. Will also consider other
rentals in Old Town area. Contact
Sandy at (813) 470-0222 or
sandykaster@verizon.net.
Housing Wanted. Need 2 bedroom
furnished rental. Long-term lease
starting Dec. 1. Prefer Key West
Golf Club. Call Susan at 923-1548,
Leslie at 923-1450, or e-mail ihop-
kw@bellsouth.net.


3/2 canal-front stilt home in
Sugarloaf (MM 19.5). Davits, fish
cleaning station, easy access to
ocean. Vaulted ceilings w/skylights.
Home has been completely updat-
ed and well maintained. New A/C
and water heater. Within walking
distance to Sugarloaf Schools.
$760,000. Home is also available
for rent at $2,500/month, plus util-
ities. Call Dawn at (850) 276-0340
for more information and pictures.
3/2 canal-front stilt home in
Sugarloaf (MM 19.5). Davits, fish
cleaning, station, easy access to
ocean. Spacious -1,500 sq. ft. with
additional 600 sq. ft. in workshop/
enclosure. Completely renovated
and maintained.Within walking dis-
tance to Elementary and Middle
schools. Asking $795,000, which
includes a 2003 Yamaha LX210 jet
boat. Can be on the water within
minutes. Please call A.J. or Dawn at
745-7562 for more info & pictures.
2/1 canal-front condo in Mara-
thon. Boat docking space (on a first
come basis). Pool. 1 block from
Sombrero Beach. Convenient to
schools, shopping and beach. For
sale by owner. $325,000. Must be
able to obtain your own financing.
Call Russ or Darlene at 296-1888.
2/2 canal-front home with easy
access to open water. Double-sized
lot in quiet neighborhood in heart of
wildlife refuge. 3625 Treasure
Island St., Big Pine Key. Listed at
$559,000. Call John at 684-8663.
3/2 home on Big Pine Key. Quiet
neighborhood. Great for kids, pets.
Plenty of storage. 1,428 sq.' ft.
Many new upgrades, metal roof,
deck, appliances & more. $416,000
or possible lease w/option. See pic-
tures at forsalebyowner.com or call
Trina or Nathan for more info at
587-6908.
2/1 CBC House $399,950 on
Sugarloaf Key (MM 19). Two fenced
lots 50 x 100. One lot clear. Central
A/C: Attached office/studio with
A/C. 14' x 29' screened and tiled
Florida room. Contact Dale at 304-
6892.


2/1 house to share. Fenced yard.
Pets OK. $850/month, which
includes all utilities. Call Dale at
304-6892.


Furnished room at Salt Ponds
Condominiums. Amenities include:
swimming pool, hot tub, W/D, pri-
vate bath. Two-minute stroll to the
ocean, close to Navy base. $1,000/
month, which includes utilities.
SF/U$500 security deposit.Available
now. Call 316-2688.


Large one bedroom apartments
available in New Town. Available
immediately. $1,150/mo. w/military
discount. F/S required. Call Kristen
or Jessica at 877-4-HABANA.
2/2 canal-front stilt house on
Cudjoe. Central A/C, W/D, hot tub.
Pets OK. $1,600/month, plus utili-
ties. Call (904)718-4757 or (904)
262-2811.
2/1, plus half bath, at MM 15. Close
to air station. Beautiful open water,
sunset views, dock, boat ramp,
W/D. Available Dec. 1 '$1,650/mo.,
plus utilities. F/US. (941) 822-
0898.
3/2 stilt home on canal with beau-
tiful dock. Granite countertops,
bathrooms. Large storage room
below. Low maintenance yard in a
quiet neighborhood. $2,200/month.
F/LS. Call Bruce at 395-9552.
2/2 at Bay Point Florida Keys.
Waterfront and close to Navaf Air
Station Key West. New accommo-
dations with A/C, W/D. No pets and
no smokers. $1,800/month, plus
utilities. F/LS. Call (616) 842-4404.
Charming 3/2 cottage at 1419
Eliza St., Key West. Immaculate,
totally renovated & furnished. Gour-
met kitchen, granite counters,
Italian ceramic tile floors through-
out. Stainless steel appliances,
dishwasher, W/D, central A/C and
heat. French doors open onto land-
scaped garden, totally private
fenced-in area and outdoor shower.
$2,600/mo, plus utilities. Contact
Ben at 395-2559 or Jeff 394-4989.
3/2 at Summerland Key Cove 3/2.
House sits across canal from Mote
Marine & enjoys great views. Avail-
able now. Pets and security deposit
negotiable. $1,800/mo. Lower rent
for Navy personnel with a 1- or 2-yr
lease. Please call (239) 325-7934.
1/1 ocean front luxury condo in
Key West. Fully furnished, long-
term rental, available immediately
& located directly across the street
from Smather's Beach in Key West.
Features: fifth floor unit with a 180
degree view of the Atlantic and
Gulf. Hemingway-style furnishings,
9 InrpP Iap pnnlc l 9 tennis cnortcz
on site. Perimeter security & park-
ing, elevator, & more. Next to the
Sheraton Suites w/access to serv-
ices, tours, scooters & bike rentals,
etc. $1,500/month, which includes
cable. Short-term rental possible.
Call Dave at (919) 349-6824 or e-
mail davec@coventor.com for de-
tails and a brochure.
Lovely 3/2 in New Town Key West.
Central A/C, W/D, hardwood floors.
Storage shed, two decks, off-street
parking. $2,800/mo. F/S. Available
Oct.16. Call 393-2142.


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2/2 unfurnished stilt home on
Cudjoe Key with open water views.
Central A/C, large lot, no pets.
$1,700/month, plus utilities. One-
year lease. F/US. Available Nov. 1.
Call 797-0625.
2/2 canal-front stilt home on
Ramrod Key oceanside. Very quiet
area. Covered parking, tile floors,
new W/D, open floor plan with high
ceilings, central A/C, additional
storage below house. Available
now. $2,200/mo. Security deposit &
long-term lease. Call 587-3910.
3/2 mobile home at 9th Avenue on
Stock Island. Central A/C, new W/D.
Covered parking, fenced-in deck.
$1,650/mo., plus utilities. F/L no
security deposit for military. Call
Ana at 294-9440.
3/2 rental at 69 Tamarind Drive.
.Nice sunsets, great boating, close
to open bay, full seawall, W/D,
fenced yard with garage and more
than 1,000 square feet of storage
space downstairs. $2,600/month.
F/S. Call 797-2227 or 797-0560.
Large 5/3 Key Haven home on
canal with pool, hot tub. Two living
rooms, full kitchen, plus kitch-
enette. 3 covered patios, off-street
parking. Central A/C, 2 W/D. Pool,
yard service provided. $4,200/mo,
plus water and electric. Call 304-
7775.
Shipyard 1/1 condo'with sleeping
loft. Central AC, D/W, W/D, micro-
wave. Large deck, community pool.
Basic cable included. $1,700/mo.,
plus utilities. Call Everett at 292-
1881.
3/2 stilt house on Big Coppitt (MM
10). Built in 2004. Quiet neighbor-
hood, central A/C, security system,
beautiful kitchen, balcony, carpet-
ing, walk-in closets, W/D, new
metal roof, sliding hurricane shut-
ters. Spotless, high and dry. Low
maintenance yard. $1,950/month,
plus utilities. F/S. Available
Nov./Dec. timeframe. Call Scott at
292-1382 or 394-3167.
Canal, lake-front 3/2 with central
air, heat. Storage room. $1,900/mo.
2-month security deposit. Call 872-
9316 for details.
2/2 unfurnished duplex in quiet
Casa Marina area. Pets allowed.
with permission. No flood damage.
Washer/Dryer hookups, front & rear
decks, private yard and entrances,
off-street parking. Available now.
$1,700/month, plus electric and
water. Call Charles at 304-8405 or
Carol at (239) 269-5632.
Furnished home at 19557 Mayan
Street on Sugarloaf Key (MM 19).
Close to school, track, baseball,
wildlife refuge.1l block from beach,
boat ramp. Fenced yard. Pets OK.
Extra lot for vehicles, RV or boat.
$1,800/month. $900 deposit. One-
year lease. Call 304-6892.
Large 2/2 condo w/balcony at La
Brisa Condominiums on Key West.
This unit offers a pool, spa, tennis
court, separate storage unit, pri-
vate, covered parking spot. Steps
from Smathers Beach. Small pets
OK. Available Oct. 1, $1,900/month
with annual lease. F/US required.
Call Robin at 296-7975.
1/1 private condo in comfortable,
5-unit compound w/pool. Like-new


interior, features travertine tile,
built-in microwave, glass-top
range, and washer, dryer. French
doors open onto private deck and
garden area. $1,300/month. Call
Terance or Gwen at 393-9444 or
(850) 668-1579.
.2/1 historic home in Old Town Key
West w/large pool, patio and deck.
Spacious 7,700 sq.-ft. yard, land-
scaped w/tropical palms & fruit
trees. Completely surrounded by a
privacy wall. Kitchen is appointed
Sw/gas range, dishwasher & stain-
less refrigerator. 2 adjoining build-
ings can be used for storage. Pool
service & gardening service includ-
ed. $2,600/mo. Call Terance or
Gwen at 393-9444 or (850) 668-
.1579.


Route person needed to service
tourism-based clients through dis-
tribution of brochures along an
established route. Training and
materials provided. All Keys loca-
tions apply. Approximately 30 hours
per week. Start soon. Call (407)
263-5897 for telephonic interview.
Key West Dental Associates is
seeking a full-time receptionist.
Would prefer medical or dental
experience, but will train the right
person. Must be reliable, trustwor-
thy, a team-player, and have the
ability to multi-task. Competitive
pay. Call 293-9490 for an applica-
tion. Fax resume to 294-2233 or e-
mail elliong.ppcr@gmail.com.
Great part-time job opportunity
in a high school environment. HS-
2 of Key West is looking for an ad-
ministrative aide to work 10-12
hrs. weekly. Working hours are flex-
ible & primary duties include: facil-
itating communication between the
students, parents, tutors & the
board of directors and record keep-
ing. For additional info., e-mail
Anna at asymington@cffk.org.
Volunteers needed at the NASKW
Navy/Marine Corps Thrift Shop at
1083 Sigsbee Road. For those
interested in donating their time,
please contact Ann Golden at 745-
3583. No act of kindness, no matter
how small, is ever wasted.


Amsoil dealer now in the Lower
Keys. Be kind to our environment
and your car. Spend less time at the
mechanics with 100% full synthet-
ic oil changes guaranteed for 1 year
or 25,000 miles. Most items in
stock. Free shipping for pick up
items. Call Brian for details at (817)
301-3682.
Kathy Brownis cleaning services.
Are you too busy to clean? Want a
sparkling clean house for the holi-
days? Moving in or out? We can
help you iget it clean." 1 -time jobs,
weekly or bi-weekly. Affordable
rates. Call 896-2207.
Alterations by Ann. We handle all
military uniforms and civilian
clothes. Dry cleaning service also
available. Stop by at 3201 Flagler
or call 292-1112.
GP Cleaning Services. We handle
homes and offices. Call Gladys for
an appointment or more informa-
tion at 296-3869. "Free Smiles."
In-home child care with responsi-


NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS are free for active-duty & retired personnel, their families &.civilian base employees only. Deadline for submissions is noon the Tues. prior to that Friday's issue. Make submissions gWhie Maltese pupy fhror sle
to the MAS Key West Public Affairs Office. PO. Br 9001, Key Wesl. FL 33040-9001: or far submissions to 293-?627; or e-mail iimolhy j.coxl@navy.mil. Unless otherwise directed ads will run for 4 issues. Name i ,
'& phorin number mu:l .ccrmpan, all requests in order lor them l' be considered lor publi.cllon. For more imlo.. call 293-2431.'
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ble adult. Ref. available upon
request. Call Vicky at 294-3828.
Professional photographer. Wed-
dings, events, family portraits, sen-
ior pictures. No job too big (Gtoo
small. Call for more info. at 395-
0304 or e-mail nikkipikki1979@
yahoo.com.
Save your money while you help
save the earth. Cleaning products
from Shaklee. Non-toxic, natural,
concentrated, biodegradable, hypo-
allergenic, no phosphates, no chlo-
rine. For a free brochure, e-mail:
adajose@aol.com. -
Family/child/senior/pet portraits
and event photography by active
duty wife. Beautiful photos, afford-
able rates, military discount. More
info at www.simplelifephotography.
com or call Jennifer at 293-1392.
Need some extra money? Have
stuff lying around you just want to
get rid of? Thinking eBay, but don't
have the time or don't know how
it's done? No worries. I will sell it for
you. Call Jennifer at (352) 551-
8119 (cell) or 294-7728 (home).
Pampered Chef. See our new cat-
-alog and earn free products by
hosting a catalog show. Call Vicky
Dudley at 294-3828.
No time to clean? Weekend
housecleaning services now avail-
able. Base access, reliable. Former
housing inspector. Call Carmen
Garcia 896-T589.
Military uniform & civilian clothes
alterations. Call 747-4909.
Cleaning services offices and
homes. Call 296-3869.
Get in the mix! Want to throw a
party? Pool Party/Beach Party/BBQ/
Birthday/Private Gatherings. Key
West's finest mobile disc jockey.
Turn UP the volume and get In the
Mix! For bookings, call 896-2060.
Cinch Inch Loss Plan. Keep the
muscle you have; burn the fat you
don't want. Shaklee Independent
Distributor www.shaklee.net/lega-
cy. Call 872-4994.
Home Repair, Remodeling, and
Finish Carpentry. Licensed/lnsoed.
Quality work at reasonable prices.
Call John 745-3407.
Shallow Minded Charter Co.
Backcountry/flats fishing from the
Marquesas to Big Pine Key for tar-
pon, bonefish, & permit. 15 yrs ex-
p. in the Lower Keys. Top of the line
tackle from Sage, Gloomis, Tibor, &
Shimano. All skill levels welcome.
Fully licensed & insured. For an
experience of a lifetime, call Capt.
Bo Sellers at 304-8442 or e-mail
shallowmindedcharter@yahoo.co.
Fins Charters. Shallow water
sight-casting for tarpon, sharks,
permit, and bonefish. Fish the crys-
tal clear Waters that surround the
beautiful Florida Keys on an"'18'
Action Craft. Licenses, quality rods,
and bait included. Contact Capt.
Pete Peterson at 745-2562, 304-
8918, or contact the MWR ITT
office. Military discount available
for active duty and retirees.
Incognito light tackle sportfish-
ing. Reef, wreck, offshore or har-
bor. For more, call 292-0067 or
304-0093.









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