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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Alternate Title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 31, no. 45 (Dec. 23, 1984).
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008 I CONTENTS 2008 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING w. -


Ramsay in crash
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Col. Rick Ramsay
gets into a three-car crash
TuesdaN, totaling his cruiser.
But no one suffers major
injuries. See story. Page 8.
Gonsalves back
Marc Gonsalves, the Big
Pine Key man held captive
in a Colombian jungle for
five years, has returned
home to the Keys. See staor.
Page 2.

More TraumaStar
The TraumaStar medical
air transport w ill remain in
service at least until
November, when voters w ill
decide whether the county
should keep it or ground it.
See story. Page 4.
No art for you?
Cutting of the county'
budget continues, and nowv
it's the Art in Public Places
program that could be
slashed. See story. Page 10.
Better pay up
Developer Ed S w ift is
$500,000 behind in rent to
Keys Energy Sern ices and
has a July 20 deadline to
pa5. See stor),y. Page 12.
Familiar suspect
A Key Largo man
accused of hit and run and
drunk drimg in Saturda
crash has a long rap sheet.
See stor.. Page 15.


Business .. ... . 16
Classiieds ........ 27
Crossword ....... 15
Fishing 24
Living . . .. ......... 18
Opinion . . . 6
Sports/Outdoors .... .. .21



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Pnolo Dy ANDREW SHIMABUKU/Honolulu Advertiser
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: Upper Keys midfielder Cerene
Arsenault (in white) fires a header downfield as the local
team battles Aiea of Hawaii in the championship of the
Under-16 division of the AYSO National Games. The Keys
team went 8-0 to claim the title in the four-day event in
Honolulu. See story, Page 21.


Iguanas gone wild,


Spehar wants help


But FWC is cool
to putting them
on special list
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.coni


No longer shall the green
iguana overrun the Keys, says
County Commissioner Dixie
Spehar.
"The population is growing
in leaps and bounds," she said..


"t's getting to be like the
chicken is;ue. onl\ these crea-
tures get 5 feet long
At today "s Monroe County
Commission meeting, Spehar
wants her fellow commission-
ers to pass a resolution stating
the exotic animals are pests that
cause property damage and cre-
ate sanitary "nuisances." The
resolution would be sent to the
See.IGUANAS /2.2


Jeb on oil:



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Former


governor


used to support
the moratorium
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

Jeb Bush told the Keynoter
this week that if he'd known
while he was Florida's governor
that oil would spike above $4.30
a gallon in the Keys, he would
have been in favor of drilling for
oil off Florida's coast.
In an e-mail to the Keynoter,
he wrote that "had I known that
gas was going to be $4.30 per
gallon, as I stated, I would have
supported a lifting of the mora-
torium with proper safeguards."


The former governor's dis-
closure came the same day his
brother, President Bush,
announced he was lifting the
executive ban on offshore
drilling in the United States. Jeb
Bush was a strong supporter of
maintaining ,the federal ban on
offshore drilling during his eight
years as governor, from 1998 to
2006.
The executive ban was put in
place by former President
George Bush in 1990. A congres-
sional moratorium on offshore
drilling is still in place, though it
must be renewed annually.
Florida also has a state ban on
See DRILLING / 4


Clock ticking


on reef health


Scientists visit
Key Largo, share
research findings
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Coral reefs may yet survive
but the extinction clock is tick.-
ing, says Australian reef expert
Jos Hill.
"The thing to keep in mind is
that we need to reduce green-
.house gases if, we want to protect


the coral reefs," said Hill, man-
aging director of Reef Check
Australia, one of the world's
largest reef monitoring pro-
grams.
Hill and a dozen other coral
scientists and researchers came
to Key Largo Monday for a field
trip affiliated with last week's
llth International Coral Reef
Symposium in Fort Lauderdale.
A global study presented at
the symposium warned that one


See REEFS./ 3


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Former hostage back home


Gonsalves gets
an escort from
Sheriff's Office
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

Marc Gonsalves, one of the
three American hostages res-
cued from the jungles of
Colombia earlier this month,
returned home to Big Pine Key
and his family Saturday
evening.
Gonsalves flew into the
Marathon airport around 5 p.m.
aboard a private plane and rode
south to Big Pine Key in a dark
SUV with one Monroe County
Sheriff's Office car riding in
front of him and one behind
him.
Capt. Bob Peryam said the
Sheriff's Office provided the
escort as a courtesy and
because of the extraordinary
circumstances of the rescue,
not for security reasons.
Gonsalves boarded the
plane in Texas on Saturday
with a reminder of his years as
a hostage a chess set he'd


hand-carved from wood with a
piece of a broken machete. One
of his fellow hostages, Keith
Stansell, told how they'd
played chess in neck chains,
sitting Indian-style on a piece
of plastic.
Gonsalves told reporters on
Saturday that the hardest part
of the past five years was being
kept from his family;
"I remember my darkest day
was in the first month of our
"captivity," he said, according
to the London Telegraph. "We
were, at that point, locked in
boxes at night. One night, I
dreamt about- my daughter,
who was my little.girl and still
is. And I had this dream about
her that was so real; she was
sitting on my lap, and ... she
had little braids in her hair. It
was a wonderful dream, with
all of my family. But the prob-
lem was, I woke up."
Gonsalves, 36, grew up in
Connecticut. He lived with his
wife Shane and three children
(Destiny, Cody and Joey) on
Big Pine Key for two to three
years before going to Colombia


to work for Northrop
Grumman, according to his
mother, Jo Rosano.
On Feb. 13, 2003,
Gonsalves was working for
Northrop Grumman on a
counter-narcotics mission over
a remote jungle region of
Colombia when the single-
engine plane he was in went
down. Gonsalves and the three
other Americans were found by
FARC, Marxist-inspired guer-
rillas whose name translates as
Revolutionary Armed Forces
of Colombia. The pilot was
shot and Gonsalves and the two
others, Stansell and Thomas
Howes, were held hostage for
more than five years before
they were rescued on July 2.
Northrop Grumman collect-
ed the families of the rescued
hostages on July 3 and flew
them to Fort Sam Houston in
Texas, where the men received
medical treatment and began a
reintegration process. The fam-
ilies returned to their respec-
tive homes after a few days,
but the three former hostages
remained at Brooke Army
Medical Center in San Antonio
until Saturday.


'They're a nuisance...dangerous'


IGUANAS / From 1

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
"I'm asking Fish and
Wildlife to designate them as
reptiles of concern," said
Spehar. "We have controlling
regulations concerning other
pets like cats and dogs. There
should be rules in place con-
trolling the possession, distri-
bution, release and propagation
of iguanas."
This isn't the first time
Spehar has taken up arms
against iguanas. In July 2005,
she raised the possibility of
neutering and spaying them,
and offered that perhaps freez-
ing them to death is the most
humane way to euthanize them.
Animal advocates came out
loud against th& freezing, not-
ing that experts say such a
death for the cold-blooded rep-
tiles is not humane.
Three years later, Spehar
says residents are still calling
her'to complain about the crit-


ters and ask-
ing her to
come up with
a solution.
"They're a
nuisance,
they eat peo-
ple's gardens,
and they can
IGUANA be danger-
ous," she
says. "The swing of the tail of
one of the larger ones could
break a child's leg."
Scott Hardin is FWC's exot-
ic-species coordinator. He says
four or five other counties have
made similar requests to have
iguanas placed on a list of
problem animals.
"But it's not appropriate,"
he said. "Reptiles of concern
are a short list of animals that
pose a threat to human safety
or are large predators that can
gobble a lot of animals."
Besides, Hardin says, the
designation would require only
that someone purchase a $100
permit before buying an iguana
and then have the animal


micro-chipped for identifica-
tion.
Reptiles dubbed "of con-
cern" include several species
of constrictor snakes that reach
12 feet or more at maturity and
one variety of monitor lizard.
For iguanas, "The solution
is better control," Hardin says.
"Because it's become such an
issue, it's our plan to visit with
local governments in South
Florida later this year to talk
about solutions."
But there's also the reality.
"They've been around for
40 years," said Hardin.
"They're so firmly entrenched
in Miami-Dade and Monroe
counties that they're here to
stay."
Since the animals are drawn
to exotic landscaping, Hardin
says one solution is to plant
native foliage that iguanas
don't eat.
Wednesday's commission
meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the
Harvey Government Center in
Key West.


Keys beaches are test-
ed weekly for fecal col-
iform and enterococcus.
both fecal-based bacte-
ria. The following have
health advisories or warn-
ings against swimming:
South Beach, Key
West.
Higgs Beach, Key
West.




The date for a memori-
al celebration for William
"Thorne" Hollister, 63, of
New Smyrna Beach and
formerly of Marathon was
incorrect in Saturday's
edition. It's at 7 p.m.
Saturday at the Marathon
end of the Seven Mile
Bridge. A reception will
follow at Keys Fisheries on
35th Street.




Editor Larry Kahn and
Monroe County Mayor
Mario Di Gennaro. on the
county budget and the
local political landscape.

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Paul Humann, a renowned underwater photographer of reef
fish, shares his work with Yutaka Tateda of Japan and Jos Hill of
Australia after a fish identification trip Monday in Key Largo.
Federal fishery scientist Jim Bohnsack joins them.

'We have to act'


REEFS / From 1

third of the oceans' coral reefs
may face extinction by 2050 -
if steps are not taken to reduce
coral bleaching, among other
things.
An international team of 39
reef experts participated in the
study.
"If we do not do those
things, then, at the current
level of how things are going,
we will probably lose our coral
reefs by the middle of this cen-
tury," says lead author Kent
Carpenter of Old Dominion
University.
Asked for her assessment of
Florida Keys reefs, Hill winced
and changed the subject to the
large population of fish at
French Reef off Key Largo.
"The water quality is not as
good as I expected," said
Yutaka Tateda of Japan's
Environmental Science
Research Laboratory.
The scientists came to the
Keys to meet with staff of the
Reef Environmental 'Reef
Education Foundation, based
in Key Largo, to learn about
REEF's popular fish-survey
program that relies on volun-
teer divers.
"A main goal is to have an
educated populace that under-
stands the reef system," said
Jim Bohnsack, a biodiversity
.scientist with the federal
'.Southeast Fisheries Science


Center in Miami.
"Divers stop thinking of
'fish' and start recognizing
individual species," said
Bohnsack, a founding member
of REEF and credited with pio-
neering REEF's "roving diver".
survey technique.
Hill said Reef Check
Australia relies largely on vol-
unteers, and she was eager to
pick up tips from REEF's "suc-
cessful monitoring program."
"Reefs can recover, and now
we have a better understanding
of the problems," Hill said.
"But we have to act. The situa-
tion is pretty dire if we don't."
Coral bleaching has become
a worldwide concern, Tateda
said.
Pacific Ocean reefs "suf-
fered a very severe bleaching
event," he said. "We wanted to
know what happened, and how
the U.S. is responding to
bleaching."
The coral-reef symposium
in Fort Lauderdale concluded
with experts calling for more
action to reduce climate
change and take active steps to
reduce the increasing problem
of ocean acidification.
Changes in the ocean tem-
perature and acidic levels pre-
vent corals from recovering
from bleaching events or coral
diseases, they said.
Most at risk are the branch-
ing corals, like the elkhorn and
staghorn corals that once were
the signature of the Keys reef.


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'Political Advertisement Paid For And Approved By Ginger Snead For City Council


The Monroe County
Commission agreed unanimously
Monday to add $900,000 back
into the proposed budget for
2008-09 to fund six months of
emergency helicopter service and
let voters decide its future.
That buys time to put on the
November ballot a voter referen-
dum asking if residents want to
continue financing the Sheriff's
Office TraumaStar. TraumaStar
responds to auto and other acci-
dents and takes the critically
injured to a Miami trauma center.
Commissioners weren't spe-
cific about what a referendum
question would ask, for example,
should TraumaStar be financed
through the general -fund, a new
specific tax or something else.
But Sheriff Rick Roth told the
commission he could likely rent
out empty jail cells to raise the
$900,000 for the short term,.
"We feel we have a very good
chance of bringing in a little more
than a million dollars for housing
inmates for '[Immigration and
Customs Enforcement]," Roth
said. "If we can maintain an extra
50 inmates, we can bring in a
profit."
Before Monday's meeting,


Monroe voters
to decide its
fate after that
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com


Jeb: No regrets


DRILLING / From 1

drilling off its coasts, though
Gov. Charlie Crist said last
month he's now in favor of off-
shore drilling, indicating that in
Florida, oil might some day
become a major industry.
Florida is the only one of the
Gulf states that is not drilling for
oil offshore.
Offshore rigs operate off the
coasts of Texas, Louisiana and
Alabama, part of an area exempt
from the federal moratoriums.
The second most productive oil
fields in the world lie under the


Bay of Campeche, in the south-
ern Gulf of Mexico, and con-
tribute two-thirds of the oil
Mexico produces.
Asked if he regretted his sup-
port of the moratorium on off-
shore drilling, Jeb Bush said he
didn't, but that he would have
done things differently if he'd
known then what would happen
.to the price of oil.
It takes about 10 years for a
company to begin producing oil
after leasing tracts offshore -
two years for exploration and
mapping and a number of years
to secure government permits.


-A-n


Keynoter


County Administrator Roman
Gastesi suggested cutting the
TraumaStar program to save tax-
payers $1.8 million annually.
Several deputies and emer-
gency medical workers attending
the commission's budget meeting
in Key West spoke in favor of
retaining TraumaStar. Many
echoed firefighter Jeff Deluca,
who said, "We have an emer-
gency transport system second to
none. The County Commission
should not have a fire sale with
the assets."
Also Monday, Gastesi
unveiled his proposed $85.67
million general fund for the fiscal
year that begins Oct. 1.
It has a proposed aggregate
property tax rate of 3.19 mills, or
$312 for every $100,000 of
assessed property value. The cur-
rent rate is 2.73, or $273 per
$100,000 of assessed value.
Most homeowners don't actu-
ally pay the aggregate rate, since
it's an average of several differ-
ent taxing districts; some pay
more, some pay less.
The tax increase was proposed
before adding TraumaStar back
into the mix, so the aggregate
will actually be slightly more
than that 3.19.
The commission will recon-
vene July 28 to set the tax rate.
Once it is set, it cannot be raised,
only lowered. Public budget
hearings will be planned for
September.







Keynoter Wednesday, July 16, 2008 5





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4Qregat News for MIronroe County Homeowners
Citizens Not Serfs researchers have discovered the FEMA Pilot which Mandated INSPECTION of DOWNSTAIRS
ENCLOSURES Prior to RECEIVING HOME IMPROVEMENT PERMIT EXPIRED on DECEMBER 31,.2007.
Sadly, we also found this onerous regulation was not uniformly enforced in the Keys. The Islamorada Pilot expired
in 2004. The Keys were the only ONE of 19,000 FEMA Flood serviced communities subject to the EXPIRED
OUTRAGEOUS FEMA Pilot. Hopefully, our Commissioners will mandate the next FEMA agreement treats
Florida Keys Homeowners EQUALLY and like the other 18,999 FEMA Flood Serviced Communities.
Join the Never Ending Fight Become a member of this Non Partisan, absolutely free organization.
www.CitizensNotSerfs .corn
Together We Can Save the Keys
Your privacy is assured. Names will not be shared with anyone and or organization without your permission.
Be sure to alert your friends and neighbors.
Listed below are the Results of this reprehensible I,
8 year FElMA Pilo Experimet Eperimet and they are horrendous=: 0"
Prior to this outrageous FEMA experiment, Monroe County homeowners and contractors simply requested home
improvement building permits for a roof, boat davits, driveway pavers, etc. by merely adhering to permit regulations.
Hundreds of hard working fulltime families were forced to leave the Keys when FEMA insisted on destroying
the Grandmothers downstairs enclosure bathroom.
Licensed Monroe County Contractors had to return hundreds of thousands of deposits and lost $ millions of new
contracts because homeowners would rather forgo the improvement than subject their downstairs enclosure to
the irresponsible inspection.
Millions of new contracts were lost by Licensed Insured Monroe County Contractors to Unlicensed & Uninsured
South Florida based contractors who ignore and violate Monroe County permit regulations.
Our wonderful hard working tradesmen have lost hundreds of thousands in hourly pay and Supply Houses have
lost millions in equipment and material sales:
Real Estate Brokers & Agents have charged this experiment with adding turmoil in the already difficult
residential marketplace.
Monroe County has lost hundreds of thousands in home improvement permit fees.
Monroe County families have suffered anxiety attacks and expended hundreds of thousands on- Attorney's fees.
If this extreme FEMA Experimental Pilot Program had some value it would have been duplicated in hundreds if
not thousands of the 19,000 communities serviced by FEMA flood insurance, however after 8 years Monroe County
is still the only ONE. The aforesaid shocking results are the primary reasons why elected officials all across the
USA Would reject this shameful program.
Finally, this contemptible pilot experiment was primarily enforced in unincorporated Monroe County areas.
Monroe County residents want to be treated equally and just like the 18,999 other FEMA flood insurance
serviced communities.
Any otisr trMEamntM is Un-Americfan and Grossly Discrimininat*ory.
Area of Critical Ccongcern issumeat

When you drive the 1 18 miles of the Overseas Highway you rarely see a structure greater than 3 1/2 stories.
Compare that drive to the rest of Southeast & Southwest Florida which is lined with
wall to wall high rise condos and hotels.
The 1974 Area of Critical Concern Designation is the primary reason why the Keys are free of high rise
condos & hotels. This vital Designation has been under attack for the last 10 years and if rescinded it will be
just a matter of months before construction commences on a series of high rise condos & hotels in our beloved Keys.
A 2006 scientific poll verified that 82% of Keys citizens are opposed to rescinding t-re Florida Keys Area of Critical
Concern Designation. The 82% poll results were confirmed by the 83% election vote to codify a
permanent 35' building height restriction into the Islamorada Charter by voters in their May 2007 election.
The June 29,2008 Key West Citizen Editorial states, "Protecting this national treasure is indeed a work
in progress, and it requires INDEFINITE State Oversight by those less vulnerable to Keys development pressures"



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SWednesday, July 162008
KEYNOTER


Keys: Opinion


Commission takes

the easy way out
It's called passing the buck.
The Monroe County commissioners on Monday decided
TraumaStar might be too much of a political hot potato to han-
dle on their own.
So they agreed to fund the emergency medical transport serv-
ice for six months and let voters decide in November if they
want to continue subsidizing it.
Given the tortured history of air transport services in the
Keys, it's little wonder they got cold feet, especially the three
incumbents running for re-election in what will be a tough year.
County taxpayers are being told to expect a tax increase, even
with spending cuts of $10 million to $11 million the largest
in recent county history.
The largest single line item identified for cutting was the $1.8
million subsidy for TraumaStar, which provides air ambulance
service in competition with a private for-profit provider.
Competition between county-subsidized services and outside
vendors has a checkered history in the Keys.
Upper Keys taxpayers took matters into their own hands
years ago when they created the Upper Keys Health Care
Taxing District, which arranges medical air ambulance service
through Miami-Dade Air Rescue.
Baptist Health Services, which operates Mariners Hospital,
had its own air ambulance service-until 2006, crewing Baptist
nurses and EMS technicians aboard LifeNet helicopters.
LifeNet currently contracts with Baptist Health and with
Health Management Associates, the hospital group that man-
ages Fishermen's Hospital in Marathon and Lower Keys
Medical Center.
As reported in Saturday's Keynoter, LifeNet recently shut
down operations in Lake and Osceola counties. TraumaStar
supporters cite that and argue the county needs to keep air
ambulance service without being solely dependent on outside
companies, which could decide to simply abandon unprofitable
markets.
Back in 2005, when the Upper Keys Trauma District com-
pared services, it arranged 28 rescue flights, of which Miami-
Dade Air Rescue handled 16 and Baptist four. The remaining
eight were either TraumaStar or arranged separately by patients
and their physician.
Sheriff's Office Finance Director Mike Rice said 40 flights a
month would be needed for TraumaStar to break even. That's
unlikely to happen.
One thing.is clear: Some public subsidy seems necessary in a
rural county like Monroe with a high percentage of uninsured.
Collecting on medical bills is a constant battle, and that won't
change whether the air ambulance is flying-the Sheriff's office
logo or a corporate logo from some private outfit.
Looks like the voters will have to decide which they prefer.

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We have to fall out of love with our autos


EDITOR:
I must comment on a good June 21 column by
Publisher Wayne Markham. It was informative
anid had its points on drilling off the Florida coast.
He was correct on the mercury problem,
though it is everywhere. It is in freshwater lakes.
Our biggest problem on the Gulf of Mexico con-
tamination. comes from the Mississippi flowing
into the Gulf. It brings with it the PCBs, pesti-
cides, herbicides and other pollutants originated
and contributed by all the states and their tribu-
taries into the Mississippi. All this, of course,
enters the Loop Current in the Gulf he men-
tioned.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg. One of
the problems about the oil and the price of gas
and diesel is that we do not have enough refiner-
ies to process the oil. We haven't been able to
build more because of the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency's restrictions and the public
outcry of not in my-backyard.
There are six types of crude oil; our refineries
can only process three, which are sour, medium
and sweet crude. These have the least amount of
sulfur and metals. We do get sour crude from the
Canadian fields but most of the Alaskan oil can-
not be refined in the U.S. and, thus, is sold to
Japan.
Just recently, one of our Texas companies sent
a tanker to the west coast of Africa to pick up


sweet crude. The ship was delayed and anchored
off the coast because of labor riots and striking
workers. That delay cost the company $2.5 mil-
lion.
In my opinion, there is no quick fix. We have
been dragging our feet on mass transit. We are
too much in love with our cars and trucks.
I have one suggestion to give us time to
rethink our oil problem, and that's to have
Congress pass a bill to have the Commodity
Futures Modernization Act cancelled.
Profiteering on this commodity is detrimental to
our economy
Have the oil companies deal direct with
OPEC and foreign countries. The reason is that
oil is the main engine for the public in general. It
is the main ingredient in the plastics, rubber and
pharmaceuticals, just to name a few. We have to
do something.drastic now to give us time to
regroup. I don't like federal controls, but I
remember when the airlines and the trucking
industry were deregulated what a mess we
have today.
Lastly, the publisher's comment on County
Commissioner George Neugent is right on target.
George has good common sense and is logical in
his voting. He is an asset to the county. We need
more Georges.
Glen Owens
Geiger Key


We can't drill our way out of energy crisis


EDITOR:
Last Stand and Reef Relief, two conserva-
tion organizations based in Key West, urge
everyone to contact Gov. Charlie Crist and
our congressional delegates today. Encourage
them to protect our coral reefs, beaches, com-
mercial fishing industry and tourism economy
from the impacts of offshore oil drilling in
the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
There is more information and an online
petition at www.reefrelief.org that you can
sign, along with a sample letter you can send.
We urge our representatives to protect
Florida's endangered coral reefs and all of
America's valuable marine environments on
the outer Continental Shelf of America from
offshore oil exploration and development.
The current congressional bans on offshore
drilling are there for good reason: The Keys
are downstream of the toxic drilling muds.
Opening up these areas will neither lower gas
prices nor solve our long-term energy needs.
But they will jeopardize our tourism and
commercial fishing industries for a few days
of oil when better, renewable resources exist.
Florida is the Sunshine State; let's pursue
being free of fossil fuels by investing in read-
ily available non-polluting alternatives so our
economy and quality of life are protected for
now and for future generations.
Stop the oil subsidies in Congress now and
invest in renewables. Congress has failed to
renew legislation that provides tax credits for
renewal energy, but there's still time for that
vote. If the U.S. had invested in renewables
years ago as other countries have done, we


would not be held hostage to the oil interests
today.
Please consider this viewpoint as the issue
of offshore oil and gas development is raised
within the context of our energy crisis. If we
make wise decisions now, we can be safe,
secure and healthy. Let's restore, not risk, our
oceans so that we benefit from vibrant coral
reefs, clean coastal waters and abundant fish-
eries.
Albert Sullivan, president
Last Stand
DeeVon Quirolo
Executive director
Reef Relief

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Once again, Keys show up with support


EDITOR:
Since the residents of Monroe
County founded Hospice of the
Florida Keys in 1984 and subsequent-
ly, founded the Visiting Nurse
Association, this community has
always been here for us and we
remain committed to be here for you.
Our annual Fourth of July picnic
was again a success. We did not raise
as much money this year as we have
in years past, but given the current
difficult economic environment, we
are thrilled with our community's
generosity.
From the board of directors, the
staff and the patients of Hospice and
the Visiting Nurse Association of the


Florida Keys, heartfelt thanks go to
Mindy McKenzie, Roberta DePiero
and the Picnic Steering Committee;
Kevin Spiedel, Jim Short and the fan-
tastic team at the Casa Marina Resort;
picnic sponsors; silent auction donors;
Skipper Kripitz and our top-notch
local entertainers; and our enthusiastic
and sturdy volunteers. And, of course,
to those of you who came to support
us on the Fourth.
Call us when you need us. We
remain here for the citizens of
Monroe County.
Diane Shelby,
Board chairman
Hospice of the Florida Keys
Visiting Nurse Association


Adopted dogs appreciate the love


EDITOR:
Stand Up for Animals would like
to thank our community for the
tremendous response to the recent .
influx of puppy-mill dogs. When all
48 animals were surrendered to us,
our elation at avoiding a court battle
was tempered with panic where
would we put them?
Within hours, a steady stream of
volunteers and foster parents from
Key West to Homestead came to the
shelter to open their homes and their
hearts to these frightened and con-
fused animals.
Every adoptable puppy and most
of the adult dogs found in the ware-
house are now in a loving home. The
list of people and groups to thank is
too long to print in its entirety but we
do want to acknowledge the neigh-
bors that-cared enough to call when
they first sensed something was amiss
and the quick response of Marathon
city officials and the Monroe County
Sheriff's Office.
Pat McCarthy and Stacy Shippe of
Outta the Blue Marina sponsored a
yard sale that raised nearly $1,000 the
very day we discovered the dogs, per-


fect timing to help defray their spay
and neuter costs. The very next day,
Marathon Plumbing came to the res-
cue and helped build new pens.
Our gratitude also to Key Largo's
Marr-Velous Pet Rescue for immedi-
ately fostering, altering and adopting
three puppies and Homestead's Pink
Poodle Salon for shampooing and
shaving oodles of poodle fur.
Finally, while these 48 dogs were
fortunate enough to be discovered,
countless others languish in farms,
warehouses and garages across the
country, mass-producing puppies with
factory-like efficiency under condi-
tions even worse than those found in
the Marathon warehouse. Please
remember every puppy "rescued"
from a pet store or purchased over the
Internet encourages this ugly business,
while shelters are filled with pure-.
breds as.well as mixed breeds waiting
for good homes that may never come.
,Thanks again to everyone who
helped this group's story have a
happy ending.
Linda Gottwald
Stand Up for Animals
Marathon


Higher electric costs jolt residents


EDITOR:
Just a quick note to the Florida
Keys Electric Cooperative,
Someone there must have missed
the thousands of newscasts about the
poor economy we have right now.
Lots of people are out of work or
having to cut their hours to keep the
jobs they have. The co-op's contribu-
tion to the problem? Double our bill.
When I called to find out why my
bill.was so high, I was told Florida
Power and Light raised its rates and
we buy power from them. They
raised 8 percent; my bill went up 100
percent. I am no math wiz but some-
thing doesn't add up. But hey, at least


the co-op wasn't affected by the poor
economy; everyone needs power,
right? And the co-op needs a new
multimillion-dollar building?
It's a good thing people ate losing
their homes to foreclosure because
they couldn't afford to pay for electric
anyway. I just wanted to say thanks
for kicking a poor working man when
he is down.
Mark Senmartin
Marathon

Editor's note: Co-op officials say
the spike in costs is due to increased
power use, not a rate increase.


Don't let budget cuts sa
EDITOR:
Where is weather buoy 42080?
In late July or early August 2007, the
National Weather Service anchored a
weather buoy approximately four miles
south of Sand Key. This buoy provided our
Key West forecast office with valuable data
such as wind direction, speed, air tempera-
ture, sea temperature and wave height. This
information was also available to everyone,
with hourly updates on the Key West fore-
cast office Web site.
On March 78, buoy 42080 broke free of
its mooring. The buoy was recovered short-
ly afterward. The unfortunate situation we
are now in is that weather buoy 42080 has
not been re-moored at its location south of
Sand Key. The weather buoy, worth approx-
imately $45,000, is sitting in a warehouse at
U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West with no
date in the near future for redeployment.
Through my inquiries to the National
Weather Service I learned the budget to
redeploy this buoy has been eliminated.
The Key West weather office forecasts


Weather buoy
42080, where art
thou? Stuck in a
warehouse at
U.S. Coast Guard
Sector Key West
because of
budget cuts.

Photo courtesy NOAA

crifice safety
for a 22,000-square-mile area. With the
removal of buoy 42080, there are zero
weather buoys to assist them in this process.
The work the forecasters do in the Key West
weather office directly affects thousands of
people in and around the Florida Keys.
An accurate weather forecast is essential
to their lives and livelihood. The removal of
one of the tools to accurately predict condi-
tions is unacceptable. I understand budgets
are tight and times are lean, but to leave a
$45,000 tool unused for lack of several
thousand dollars in maintenance costs is
unbelievable.
Instead of cutting budgets for tools such
as buoy 42080, we should be striving to
give our forecasters more tools. Buoys like
42080 are an investment in safety for the
entire Florida Keys. I urge everyone to con-
tact their Congress members and demand
funding be restored, and even increased, for
weather buoy placement and maintenance
in the Florida Keys.
Greg Daniels
Key West


CPR training could mean saving a life


EDITOR:
The American Red Cross is providing
cardiopulmonary classes in the Keys. It is
very important the general population has
the training to provide emergency response
should the need arise.
Nearly 300,000 people die from sudden
cardiac arrest every year in the United
States. It is estimated that it takes an aver-
age of eight to 10 minutes to reach a victim
after 911 is called. Therefore, it is essential
for members of the community to be trained
and certified in lifesaving skills in order to
feel comfortable performing CPR and using
an automated external defibrillator until
advanced help arrives.
Accidents and emergencies can happen to
anyone; being prepared could make a life-
saving difference. If your loved one started
choking or had a heart attack would you
know what to do to save their life?


I'm a licensed boat captain, and we are
required to know CPR. But lots of you are
out on boats everyweekend and can experi-
ence some of the same situations I've had,
such as choking on a sandwich while six
miles out and removing a fishhook that cre-
ated a gash that wouldn't quit bleeding. .
Being trained and recertified in CPR tech-
niques gave me the knowledge I needed to
respond to the situation. I encourage every-
one to get CPR training so you can respond
if necessary in an emergency situation.
Call 296-4033 to enroll in a class. Talk
to your employer about offering a class at
your office. Get a first aid kit for your car,
your office and your house. Don't delay.
You could be the one who makes a differ-
ence. This is one of many services the Red
Cross provides for our community.
Mayor Pete Worthington
Marathon


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Undersheriff's


cruiser totaled


Ramsay's car
struck from
behind on U.S. 1
Keynoter Staff

The Monroe County
Sheriff's Office's second in
command had his cruiser
totaled while he drove to work
Tuesday morning.
Col. Rick Ramsay, 42, suf-
fered minor injuries in a crash
just before 8 a.m. but didn't
need treatment at a hospital.
Neither did two other people
involved.
Ramsay was traveling
southbound on U.S. 1 from his
Marathon home to his Stock
Island office when the acci-
dent happened at mile marker
47.


The Florida Highway
Patrol says he was stopped
behind a 2008 Chrysler driven
by Julie Brossard, 45, of
Marathon, who was turning
onto llth Street. That's when
Damaso Pasalodos, 77, of
Coral Springs, driving a 2002
Dodge, slammed into the rear
of Ramsay's 2004 Ford Crown
Victoria. Ramsay's cruiser
then slammed into the rear of
Brossard's vehicle.
Pasalodos was given a tick-
et for careless driving.
Damage to the police cruis-
er was listed at $5,000, but the
car isn't salvageable, Deputy
Becky Herrin says. Damage to
Brossard's auto is also listed
at $5,000, and Pasalodos' car
sustained $3,000 worth of
damage.


Driver in crash

remains elusive


Truck flips,
mangroves burn
Sunday night
Keynoter Staff

The Florida Highway Patrol
remains in search of the driver
who slammed a truck into a
utility pole on Ramrod Key
Sunday night, splitting the pole
in two and starting a fire that
engulfed the truck and some
surrounding mangroves.
The call came in at 7:53
p.m. Lt. Jerry Farrell of Big
Pine Fire Rescue was first on
the scene on Johnson Street,
using a fire extinguisher on the
burning Ford 150, which had
flipped and lay in the man-
groves with its undercarriage
exposed.
Farrell says he did a check
of the perimeter first and found
no body and no sign of a driv-
er. Monroe County Fire Rescue
checked a wider area of trails
around Johnson Street and
found no one.
As firefighters attacked the


fire with hoses, flames leapt 15
feet off the ground and a trail
of smoke rose high above the
island, alarming at least one
homeowner who came in a
hurry from Little Palm Island,
afraid his house was on fire.
Firefighters extinguished
the fire just before nightfall
and waited for a representative
from Keys Energy Services to
arrive. Power was shut off to
the immediate neighborhood,
but was restored to most homes
within the hour.
The pickup was pointing
east, and it appeared as though
the driver was heading toward
Mako Avenue and U.S. 1 when
it veered into the other lane
and hit the pole. The route is
frequently used by people
returning home from Ramrod
Park, where locals go to watch
the sunset.
A license plate apparently
was recovered from the truck
but as of Tuesday, the Florida
Highway Patrol was still look-
ing for the driver.


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Imo is decommissioned


By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


One of the three military
retirees in the Schultz household
has a tail, four legs and a "lousy
retirement package," his owner
jokes.
Naval Air Station Key West
retired Imo, an 11-year-old drug-
detecting German shepherd, last
week.
The 90-pound canine made
Key West history as the first
locafly adopted military dog. He
found a comfy home to live out
his golden years with U.S. Army
retirees Ken and Debbie Shultz of
Key West.
Imo, 11, is no slouch: He
served as a military patrol dog in
Baghdad and Mousul in Iraq for
six months in 2006. He was
assigned to NAS Key West since
June 1999.
Ken Schultz, owner of Key
West's RE/MAX real estate
office, brings Imo to work and
says he's tame and genial to
clients during showings and in
the office.
Lazing around a Simonton
Street office is a dramatic con-
trast to the dog's previous life: He
was recruited from Germany and
trained for tactical work at
Lackland Air Force Base before
starting his naval career.
Schultz says Imo's disposition
doesn't pose a threat to anyone,
including the four cats in his
house.
But some military dogs are
overly aggressive and have diffi-
culty assimilating to a new life of
domesticity.
Military dogs "are all pretty
much raised the same way, they
just have their own individual
personalities," Schultz said. Imo
didn't cost a dime, but his arthri-
tis medications cost the family a
couple hundred dollars a month.
"But he's worth every penny
of it."


Some dogs
aren't as lucky
as Imo.
Following
their service,
military dogs
were regularly
euthanized
prior to a 2000
o O bill signed by
aIMO then-President
Clinton that allowed either mili-
tary or suitable civilians to adopt
the workers as pets.
The legislation spawned from
a dispute over the fate of a
Belgian Malinois named Robby,
who, under old Defense
Department rules, couldn't be
adopted by his handler or anyone
else.
Since Clinton signed the 2000
bill, NAS Key West has shipped
most of its retired dogs to
Lackland Air Force Base in San


Antonio. That's where a dog psy-
chiatrist reviews video and docu-
ments to make. a final judgment
on whether the dog is eligible for
adoption or unfit for a civilian
dog's life.
According to Petty Officer 1st
Class Arthur Mata, euthanasia
happens, but not as much as it
used to.
"In some cases where the
dog's temperament is an issue,
those dogs will be euthanized,"
said Mata, the Key West base's
kennel supervisor. However, out
of the couple hundred dogs sent
to Lackland, fewer than 2 percent
are killed, he said.
An 8-year-old German shep-
herd at NAS Key West will soon
join Imo as a retired dog possibly
looking for a functional home.
The base has seven military
patrol dogs, some trained to sniff
out drugs and others to detect
explosives, Brooks said.


Keynoter Staff


An Arizona man who'd come
to the Keys with family to scatter
his mother's ashes on the water
died while snorkeling. off Key
Largo on Sunday.
Phillip Viator, 55, of Mesa had
gathered with family members
from around the country and
rented a boat for the day. They'd
scattered the ashes and then
decided to go snorkeling at White
Bank Dry Rocks.
Viator had finished a phone
call to his wife, then jumped in
the water with the rest of the fam-
ily. According to Detective Terry
Smith of the Monroe County
Sheriff's Office, it appears from


all accounts that Viator almost
immediately began having trou-
ble breathing.
Several others saw his distress
and swam over to help him, by
which time he was face down in
the water. They began rescue
breathing and got him into the
boat where they began cardiopul-
monary resuscitation. They
called 'the U.S. Coast Guard,
which responded. Viator could
not be revived and was pro-
nounced dead by paramedics
upon reaching shore.
An autopsy will be done to
determine the cause of his death.


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Administrator
wants to cut
county program
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Today's County Commission
meeting is likely to draw a
roomful. of artists seeking to
retain the Art in Public Places
program.
The commission convenes
at 9 a.m. at the Harvey
Government Center in Key
West. At a 3 p.m. public hear-
ing, commissioners will con-
sider repealing an ordinance
that sets aside 1 percent of the
cost of new county construc-
tion to pay for public art.
"This would mean no art in
the airport," said Elizabeth
Young, executive director of
the Florida Keys Council of the
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International Airport. "Airports
in this day and age are places
of high stress, and public art
provides a welcoming and
friendly atmosphere."
Ironically, there are five Art
in Public Places contracts up
for approval on today's com-
mission agenda, to pay for art-
work at the Murray E. Nelson
Government and Cultural'
Center now under construction
in Key Largo. The Art in Public
Places Committee has just
under $87,000 in this year's
budget for the Nelson center.
County Administrator
Roman Gastesi suggested cut-
ting Art in Public Places July 2.
Doing away with it would save
the county about $400,000 by
not paying for artwork at new
fire stations, government
buildings and the new terminal
under construction at the Key
West airport.
County Engineer David
Koppel says none of the sav-
ings would be felt by those
who pay property taxes
because the county engineering
budget is funded by an infra-
structure sales tax.
Commissioner Sonny
McCoy, for whom the $31.6
million McCoy Terminal
Complex is named, says he
thinks public art is essential.
"It's wonderful to have art


in the terminal," he said. "We
started this program when I
was on the commission, and I
believe in it completely."
In 2001, the commission
voted unanimously to set aside
1 percent of the cost of new
county-owned structures cost-
ing more than $500,000. Under
that ordinance, a committee
appointed by commissioners
would select and pay artists for
work that would be displayed
permanently in the buildings.
Also on today's agenZla:
A waiver of landing fees
for US Airways flights between
Key West and Charlotte, N.C.,
for one year. The company
plans to commence the service
in October with two flights
daily.
+ A request to move the
September County
Commission meeting from
Marathon to Key West so com-
missioners can attend a ribbon
cutting for the new airport ter-
minal.
+ Approval to adopt a 2009
solid-waste fee for homes in
unincorporated Monroe County.
There would be no increase
over the current year.
Approval for the Sheriff's
Office to build 'a communica-
tions tower at Florida Keys
Marathon Airport. The grant-
funded tower would replace
one that was removed in 2006.


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Dock plan scaled back


Floating slips
will be phased
in at the marina
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon City Council
is set to review a scaled-down
version of Councilman Don
Vasil's City of Marathon
Marina expansion plan at
Tuesday's regular council
meeting.
City Manager Clyde Burnett
said staff is putting the finish-
ing touches on a plan that
would add floating boat slips
to Boot Key Harbor in incre-
ments of 20, as opposed to
Vasil's original plan to build
190 slips in two phases capable
of accommodating yachts up to
60 feet long.
That plan received a cool
response from fellow council
members in October, though a
resolution calling for a feasi-
bility study at the marina was
approved.
Burnett said preliminary
estimates show the 20 slips
will cost approximately
$400,000 to build, though
grant money is available to
fund the project. The first 20
docks would be placed east of
the main canal leading to the
marina from Boot Key Harbor.


"We've got a real nice mari-
na and that's [a] revenue
source, so why shouldn't the
city be doing something with
it?" Burnett said.
But Vasil said a struggling
economy and his commitment
to not raising taxes next year
may cause him to back off his
own proposal.
"I still feel the future of
Marathon's economy is in the
harbor and...the proposed plan
by staff is a good first step in
moving toward that end,'. he-
said. "Although I'm disap-
pointed, I'll suggest we just go
through engineering and per-
mitting and not commit serious
funds until the economy turns
around."
Councilman Mike Cinque
and Mayor Pete Worthington
said the city should be relying
on the redevelopment of pri-
vate marinas to provide dock-
age.
"I don't know if right now
is the time to expand anything.
You, don't want to put too
much competition in their way
when the economy is down,"
Cinque said of private marinas.
"To a certain point it'll be
up to private enterprise to
redevelop properties and pro-
duce revenue for the city and
produce people who spend
their money in town,"


Worthington said, adding sub-
stantial improvements have
already been made recently in
the harbor.
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additional dinghy dockage in
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slip at the marina, which is
already short on space.
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do something in the water, you
have to make sure you have
resources on land to make sure
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Swift paying
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By KYLE TEAL
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Key West businessman Ed
Swift received a brief reprieve
but has until Sunday to pay Keys
Energy Services $500,000 for
land he leases for the Steam Plant
Condominiums.
Even while he owes the
money, Keys Energy Service's
Utility Board approved a second
lease for Swift's project at its July
9 meeting on a 3-0 vote, with
member Peter Batty declining to
vote. The original lease was
signed in December 2004.
Swift must pay the $500,000,
which is a one-time payment that
can be compared to a down pay-
ment, in initial rent by July 20,


and has until Oct. 31 to finish the
19-unit complex. Swift says the
project won't take that long to
complete. Some of the units will
be completed in September and
August, he says.
Swift was also behind on
monthly rent payments that he
paid last week. Those monthly
payments of $8,333 added up to
$100,000 in unpaid rent.
"The rent payments, I just lost
track of," Swift said, adding that
typical construction delays have
prolonged the development -
process.
"We had the hurricanes," he
said. "And it's a very complicated
project, with $5.5 million worth
of environmental cleanup. It all
has to be done properly and dis-
posed of properly."
During a June 11 meeting,
Utility Board members discussed
the possibility that the late pay-


ments could trigger higher utility
rates or disrupt capital projects,
since Keys Energy had budgeted
for the revenue. Now that Swift is
making the payments, that won't
happen, board members said.
Some apartments at the condo


Units range in
price from
$2.85 million to
$3.35 million for
two- to three-
bedroom units.


complex have libraries, three and
a half baths and private elevators.
The three-story building with
parking underneath stands 70 feet
high double the city's 35-foot


height restriction.
Swift said he didn't take heat
for the height of the building
because it's "existing historical."
All of the units except one
have sold, according to Swift.
They range in price from $2.85
million to $3.35 million for two-
to three-bedroom units. Four of
those apartments are now listed
for resale.
In the 1950s, the Key West
Steam Plant was built where
Trumbo Road intersects with
Grinnell and Caroline streets. The
plant was decommissioned in
May 1991, Keys Energy
spokesman Julio Barroso said.
"It's almost the exact same
footprint as the original build-
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McPherson tapped


for Marathon High


Administrator
takes over for
retired Keeney
BY DAVID BALL "
dball@keysreporter.com

The Monroe County School
District's top administrator in
charge of reading curriculum will
step back into the classroom
environment in the Middle Keys.
Superintendent Randy
Acevedo announced Monday
that Wendy McPherson,. the dis-
trict's language arts and reading
specialist, is the new assistant
principal at Marathon High
School.
Acevedo said the move isn't
part of any district reorganization
but simply to fill a position left
vacant when former Marathon
High Dean of Students Jim
Keeney, a 35-year educator,
retired at the end of the 2007-08
school year.
"It was a job that was adver-
tised and [McPherson] wanted to
move on," Acevedo said. "Her
long-term goal is eventually to be
principal one day. This is the path
you take."
McPherson worked for 10
years as a teacher at Sigsbee
Elementary School in Key West,
where she was named teacher of
the year twice.
The past five years, she set
district policies in reading and
language arts. Acevedo said she
was a significant factor in Keys

Keys briefs


National Night Out
marked in Key Largo

The Monroe County Sheriff's
Office is sponsoring a National
Night Out event Aug. 5 at the
Key Largo, Community Park,
mile marker 100, form 6 to 8 p.m.
The goal is to bring the com-
munity together to meet each
other and discuss how everyone
can make their neighborhoods
safer and more secure. The
Sheriff's Office will have crime-
prevention information to share
and deputies will show off the
.bomb squad and dive team, and


S students'
improvement
in those areas
in the annual
F lo rida

hensive
Assessment
-Test, or FCAT.
McPHERSON "She leaves
some big
shoes to fill here in the district
office, but we like our folks to
pursue and grow," said Acevedo,
who added he'll soon advertise
the district position. "I think
she'll be a real good fit in
Marathonri."
Marathon Principal Harry
Russell said McPherson will
assume the high school discipline
duties once handled by Keeney.
Current Assistant Principal Liz
Logan will assume those duties
for the adjoining middle school.
Russell said he expects
McPherson's ambition and dis-
trict experience to help her tackle
the widening testing gap between
Marathon's white and minority
students.
"We as a school district have
worked really hard to help close
our achievement gap," Russell
aid. "We've made some
improvements, but we want to do
more. I think Wendy will do a
standup job."
McPherson is married to
Michael McPherson, the brother
of Key West Mayor Morgan
McPherson.


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By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

County Commissioner Dixie
Spehar's opponent in the August
primary says the incumbent is
trying to pull a fast one by reap-
pointing a member of the
Planning Commission too early.
Jim Cameron's term on the
planning board expires Sept. 16.
Spehar wants to reappoint him at
today's County Commission
meeting in Key West.
If Kim Wigington defeats
Spehar in the Republican primary
Aug. 26, Spehar wouldn't get the
chance to give Cameron two
more years on the board.


Woman reports
sexual assault

A Key Largo man was arrest-
ed early Monday after a woman
called 911 to report someone sex-
ually assaulted her.
Bond Ferrer, 42, is charged
with burglary with battery and
sexual batter, both felonies.


Wigington,
Spehar's chal-
lenger for the
District 1 com-
~mL mission seat,
S says she's
.'" been flooded
with phone
.. calls from peo-
CAMERON pie concerned
that Spehar
wants .to make the appointment
before the primary to ensure a
legacy, so to speak, on the
Planning Commission.
Spehar says it's not true.
Besides, even if Spehar loses in
August, she would remain in
office until after the November
general election, when the
Republican primary winner faces
Democrat Bill Estes.
"I did not even consider the


The victim, who is acquainted
with the suspect, told Detective
Linda Mixon of the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office he used a
key to get into her home while
she slept in her bed with her
daughter. She says she woke
about 4:45 a.m. to find him sexu-
ally assaulting her. She screamed
and he left.
Ferrer was later picked up.


election when I put this on the
agenda," she said. "I just know
his term is expiring, and it's com-
mon to make the appointment
early for continuity. Jim is a total-
ly unbiased person."
"It takes the opportunity away
from the voters," Wigington said.
"The voters' wishes should be
reflected in the makeup of a
County Commission advisory
board."
"The appointment is supposed
to happen 60 days prior to the end
of a commissioner's term,"
Cameron said. "That's right in the
land development regulations."
The Planning Commission
reviews most major development
and redevelopment before mak-
ing recommendations to the
County Commission.
Cameron, the Planning
Commission's vice chairman, has
served two two-year terms, plus
an additional half term when he
was initially appointed to fill in
for Jerry Coleman, who resigned
in 2003. He says he's looking for-
ward to another two years.
"I think I can make a differ-
ence," he said, "and I have more
experience than just about any-
one on staff today."
Technically, commissioners
recommend advisory board
members and the full County
Commission must approve them.
But tradition holds that the full
board usually supports a commis-
sioner's choice.


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Keys News


Wednesday, July 16,2008 15


Bikers injured,


suspect arrested


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


A Key Largo man charged
with driving off after hitting two
motorcyclists early Saturday has
been arrested three times within
the past month.
Antonio Albanes, 49, was
taken into custody by the Florida
Highway Patrol after the 1:50
a.m. Saturday crash near mile
marker 103.
James Roti, 31, of
Hollywood and -Steven
Christianson, 28, of West Palm
Beach were riding separate
Harley Davidsons south on U.S.
1 when their cycles were struck
from behind by a 2007
Chevrolet, according to the FHP.
The Chevy's driver left the
scene.
Albanes, the accused driver,
was booked into the Monroe
County Detention Center on
multiple counts of driving under
the influence in a crash involv-
ing serious injury and property
damage, leaving the scene of an
accident and violating driver's
license restrictions.
Both motorcyclists received
initial treatment at Mariners
Hospital, then were flown by air
ambulance to mainland hospitals.
Roti remained in Jackson
Memorial Hospital earlier this
week. Hospital officials would
not release further patient infor-
mation without family consent.
Jackson staff said
Christianson was not a patient;
his condition could not be ascer-
tained.










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Both motorcycles apparently
were destroyed. The FHP esti-
mated the damage to each at
$15,000.
In August 2007, Albanes was
arrested on a count of driving
under the influence. He was
stopped about a mile away from
the scene of Saturday's crash.
He entered a not-guilty plea and
requested a jury trial. County
online records indicate the case
is scheduled to go to trial next
week.
On June 18, Albanes was
cited for violating driver's
license restrictions and misde-
meanor possession of marijuana.
Then on July 9, he was taken
into custody again on a count of
failing to appear in court. He
later was released on bond.
Three days later, he was
arrested and charged with hitting
the two motorcyclists.
Albanes was released from
jail Sunday after posting a
$55,000 bond.

Warrant arrest
An Islamorada man was
arrested Saturday on a felony
warrant charging him with leav-
ing the scene of an accident
involving injury.
Jeffrey J. Grasley, 43, also
was charged with misdemeanor
counts of driving under the
influence in a case involving
property damage, and given a
traffic citation for driving on a
suspended license.
Details of the original acci-
dent were not available.


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Keys briefs


Chamber to hold
candidate forums

The Key Largo
Chamber of Commerce
and the Florida Key s
Board of Realtors ha6e
organized three candidate
forums to take place
between now and.
November. The first, on
July 29. is for candidates
for Monroe County
Commission. The second.
to take place Aug. 5. %\ill
feature candidates for
Mosquito Control. School
Board and sheriff At the
third and final forum, on
Oct. 21, attendees will
hear from candidates for
Congress. the state
Legislature, the Key Largo
Wastewater Treatment
District board, superin-
tendent of schools and
property appraiser. All
three forums will be held
at the Talernier Elks
Lodge at mile marker 92.
All are welcome to attend.

TIB Bank announces
promotion

Renee Gilbert has been
promoted to branch man-
ager responsible for oper-
ation of TIB Bank's Key
West branch in Old Tow n.
Gilbert joined TIB
Bank of the Keys in 1995
as a teller. In her 13 years
with the bank, Gilbert has
served as an administra-
ti'e assistant for commer-
cial lending and as a com-
mercial lender at the Key
Largo branch
Gilbert is a 27-year res-
ident of the Florida Keys.
She has been in olsed
with the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life
for 12 Nears and is on the
board of Key West's Old
Island Restoration
Foundation. She is also a
mentor with Take Stock in
Children.


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Tim and
Betty
Langdon,
new owners
of the
Wooden
Spoon, in
front of their
restaurant in
Marathon.

Photo by
DICK CONKLIN


Same name, new owners


Wooden Spoon
to maintain
original style
By DICK CONKLIN
Keynoter Contributor

The Wooden Spoon, a popular
breakfast and lunch spot for 50
years, has come under new own-
ership, but the new proprietors
are determined to preserve its
retro look and feel and legendary
food, as well as adding some new
dishes of their own.


Tim and Betty Langdon pur-
chased the Marathon restaurant
from Stephan Ban, a Hungarian
immigrant who bought it in 1976.
Ban still brags about the tradition
of quality of food and service that
he and his wife carried on for 32
years. "We were written up in
The New York Times three times,"
he says.
The Langdons have worked
for 25 years in the catering and
deli business on New York's
Long Island, for the past 10 years
running a Nassau County compa-


ny called The Wright Touch.
Tim.Langdon says the couple
discovered Marathon when some
friends persuaded them to take a
much-needed vacation. Betty,
who is trained as a gourmet chef,
said they were so busy that they
just hadn't taken much time off.
"So eight years ago we decid-
ed to take a few weeks off during
our slow season, starting around
Valentine's Day," she says. "We
came to Marathon and right away
felt very welcome here. We met
lots of locals, as well as people

See WOODEN SPOON / 17


Oil under the Keys, but out of reach


Companies begin
mapping floor of
the eastern gulf
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

All eyes are on Florida as the.
president urges opening the
waters to offshore drilling for oil.
But is there any oil off our coasts
to be had?
A geological survey published
by the U.S. Department of the
Interior in 2001 estimated that


there are about 370 million bar-
rels of oil in and around the
South Florida Basin, an area of
the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.
Of this, 27.3 million barrels of
oil are estimated to be found here
in the Keys in an area about
20 miles wide and 250 miles
long extending from the Dry
Tortugas halfway up into
Broward County. But this area,
like most others around our
coast, is very much off-limits to
those with an interest in drilling
for oil.


The Keys are covered by the
congressional moratorium on
offshore drilling that was enacted
in 1981, and were also protected
by a compromise agreement
reached in 2006 under which oil
companies were granted the right
to drill for oil 125 miles off the
Florida Panhandle in exchange
for a no-buffer zone along the
rest of Florida's coastline.
In the 8.3 million acre piece
off the Panhandle where drilling
is now possible, it has not gotten
going in a steady way. But that

See OIL / 17


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'Pieces of Eight' is now
docked at the Westin in
Key West.

Pieces of Eight

Pirate Cruise

245 Front St.
Key West

Though there no sign of
the MNouse in Key West loui-
side of an occasional cruise
ship), Disney 's influence is
manifesting itself in other
% a s Most recently the boom-
ing populanrt of piracy -
spai\ned by the blockbuster
"Pirates of the Caribbean"
franchise motivated an
entrepreneurial couple to build
their o% n pirate ship and sail it
into Key, West Harbor.
Capt. David Braith% aite
and his wife Lon built the
piraie-themed, 65-foot
Pieces .f Eight in Virginia
Beach %here it sailed for m o
seasons before relocating to
Fort NMveis Beach. No" the
\essel is docked at the
Westin Key West Resort and
Marina at 245 Front St. in
Key West
The boat "%as built to
replicate a 16th cenrtu
galleon, and the crew's goal
is to pro\ ide % visitors with a
bawdy, swashbuckling cruise.
Pieces ol Eihli can hold up
to 130 passengers It sails
daila 90-minute cruises, sunset
cruises and private chaners.
What sets this cruise apart
from a myriad of other lo'e-
1 boat rides out of Key West
is the on-board entertain-
ment sword fights, treasure
hunts, cannon fire and story -
telling sessions.
The boat has a full bar as
\%ell as a galley.
Reser nations are required.
For more information, call
295-3460 or check out the
Web site at www.pieces
ofeight.com.


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Wooden Spoon changes hands


WOODEN SPOON / From 16

from the Midwest, Northeast,
everywhere. We explored the
town, went to garage sales, made
friends and felt right at home. We
kept coming back."
Tim explains, "We always had
a dream of running a small, local
kind of place like this. Something
homey, nothing grandiose."
So they sold their home and
business on Long Island and on
July 2 their dream came true
when they became the new own-
ers of the Wooden Spoon, a
restaurant that originally opened
in 1958 as Ted and Mary's, and
was later sold and renamed the
Wooden Spoon in 1976.
Tim points to the large* wall
display of wooden spoons, sur-
rounding a whiteboard listing the
day's specials. "Some of those
spoons are over 100 years old and
from all over the world," he says.
"We were glad to leave New
York because of the economic
situation up there, which is worse
than here. We wanted to enjoy
our work and surroundings. We
looked around, but this place
struck our fancy. We figured,
'why wait?' It fits us."

The more things change...
"We're keeping the old menu,
absolutely," Tim says. "We want
to keep the same atmosphere and
country cooking. Locals come by
daily and people on vacation
enjoy the feeling and the retro


Photo by DICK CONKLIN
The restaurant's display of wooden spoons frames the menu
board.


mood of this place. We are offer-
ing a couple new items, such as
our pastrami Reuben and Betty's
homemade meatball and sweet
Italian sausage sandwich. We
want to bring in some unique
items that she learned as a gour-
met chef."
A longtime customer named
"Charlie" contributed one popu-
lar menu item. Ban says Charlie
was a daily customer who often
brought in slices of his key lime
pie for the staff.
"Everyone loved it. Naturally,
we asked him for the recipe,"
Ban says, "but he wouldn't give it
to us."
Then Charlie was diagnosed'"
with cancer. "Two weeks before
he died, he came in with the


No applications pending


OIL / From 16

might be changing. The
Associated Press reported last
week that four companies
teamed up this spring to pur-
chase leases on some of the tracts
in the Gulf of Mexico carved out
in the compromise. They are
Shell Offshore Inc., Houston-
based Anadarko E&P Co., Italian
oil and gas company Eni SpA
and the Australian BHP Billiton
Petroleum Deepwater Inc.
Anadarko's vice president in
charge of exploration in the east-
ern Gulf of Mexico told the AP
that they're beginning three-
dimensional mapping of the
floor of the gulf, which they
must do before beginning to.
drill. He indicated that this could


Key West Chamber
"Our position in the past
has always been that we're
against drilling off the
shore," says Bascom
Grooms IV, president of the
Key West Chamber of
Commerce. He says the.
chamber will discuss off-
shore drilling at an upcom-
ing board meeting, but that
. he hasn't seen an\ indication
that the position % ill change.

take up to two years to complete.
A spokeswoman for the
Department of Environmental
Protection in Tallahassee says
there are no outstanding or pend-
ing applications for offshore
drilling permits in Florida.


recipe for his key lime pie," Ban
says.
The Langdons have already
extended the old 1 p.m. closing
time to 2 p.m. Tim says they vis-
ited local businesses and learned
that many people take late lunch
breaks. "And if someone needs
something before our 6 a.m.
opening time, we'll be here too."
The Wooden Spoon is at mile
marker 51, oceanside in Marathon.
The phone is 743-8383.


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n KEYNOTER


Keys Living


Keys briefs


GLEE donates
environmental films

Green Li ing & Energ'
Education iGLEE) has
donated more than a dozen
films from its recent
Environmental Film Festi\al
to the Ke\ West library's
growing "green" section.
The films are on display
just inside the library
entrance and available for
checkout, along with more
than 40 books about green
liv ing. The library is at 700
Fleming St.
Among the films are
"Trashed." wk which analyzes
the causes and effects of the
seemingly innocuous act of
taking out the garbage:
"Gimme Green," a humor-
ous look at the American
obsession with la%\ns: and
"Deeper Shades of Green."
\which presents profiles of
people v\ho are changing
the face of architecture and
environmentalism.
Complete film descriptions
are a\ ailable at www.keys
glee.com on the Expo
2008 page.

. Coral Camp
signs up kids

Coral Camp continues in
weekly sessions through
Aug. 15 at Reef Relief in
KeN West
It's an educational expe-
rience for students entering
grades three to five in the
fall. The days begin ai the
Reef Relief Environmental
Center and include field
trips to the Key West
Aquarium. Fort Zachary
Taylor State Park. the Turtle
Kraals Museum and to the
reef on the Discovery glass-
bottom boat.
The Waterfront Market
provides health', snacks and
Niles Auto is providing the
transportation for field trips.
Cost is $125 per child per
week. The program is daily
from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
To sign up. call Reef
Relief at 294-3100. .


CAMPStock

Keys kids J
rock the park
Kid- enrolled in the Cultural
American Music Program i
showed their tufff Saturday dur-
ing a daylong festival at the
Marathon Community Park
Knom n as CAMP. the pro-
gram staged b\ the Educational
Coalition of Monroe Count\
includes not onl\ music instruc- -
tion but also instruction in
dance. % ideographN and the cull-
nar arts Performance' includ-
ed rockers such as "'Magic
Carpet Ride" and "Magical
M\stern Tour" and a demonstra-
tion of ballroom dancing b\ the
youngest t parLticipanis
In between, the kids cooked
all the food ser- ed up and v ideo-
taped the day so it could be cap- -
tured for posterity.
The Educational Coalition "
partners with the Monroe
County School District for
CAMP. For many more photos,
go to www.keysnet.com and
click on "Photos." -' a.


Keynoter photos by RYAN McCARTHY







Keys Livina


Wednesday, July 16,2008 19


Keys briefs


Show off your
custom car Sunday

The Florida Keys
Southernmost Car Club has its
next monthly Show and Shine
show from noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday at the Sugarloaf Lodge
on Sugarloaf Key.
It's for those who love classic,
custom and street-rod automo-
biles, as well as trucks, low-riders
and chrome-loaded motorcycles.
Food and cold beverages will be
available at the free event. The
club's new sound system will
provide 1950s and '60s music.
To get involved with the club,
call Dick Moody at 942-1758 or
Curry Blackwell at 304-2752.

Marathon reunion
takes place Saturday

Members of the Marathon
High School Class of 1988 have
their 20th reunion Saturday at the
Hurricane Grille in Marathon.
Events are scheduled through-


out the weekend, but the main
event will be dinner, then a 1980s
night-after party at the Hurricane.
Those interested in attending can
contact Charlotte Fisch Cadiz at
petenchar@cfl.rr.com, (321) 689-
7846 or (407) 886-6720.

Burton Memorial
plans Bible school

The kids at Burton Memorial
United Methodist Church in
Tavernier are heading to the
beach, so to speak, the first week
of August.
From 5:45 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 4
to 8, the church conducts its
beach-party-themed vacation
Bible school.
For more information, call
Tim Bricker at 852-4844.


FREE Vacation Bible School
August 4th-8th 9am-12:30
Completed K thru 6th grade
First Baptist Church
of Key Largo
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SUMMER SAFETY TIPS
Child Safety
Friendly strangers can be dangerous strangers. Strangers who offer treats to children may be offering threats
instead.Teach your children how to react to anyone they don't know well.
* Always keep doors and windows locked when home alone.
* Never hitchhike. NEVER!
* Always tell a family member or other adults in charge where you'll be and what time you'll be home.
Bicycle Safety
* When riding on a street or highway, bicycles are subject to the same laws as motor vehicles.
* Bicyclists can not ride the wrong way on a one way street under Florida law.
* After sunset, a bicyclist is required to have a white headlight on the front, visible from a distance of 500 feet.
Wear That Bike Helmet! *
The Sheriff's Office would like to remind you that beginning January I st, 1998 law
enforcement officers in Monroe County started issuing non moving traffic citations
to bicycle riders and passengers under 16 years of age who are not wearing
properly fitted and secured bicycle helmets meeting nationally recognized
standards.This includes children riding in a trailer or semi-trailer attached to a
bicycle.The fine for this violation is $23.00. _
The new law also prohibits a bicycle from carrying more people than
it was designed to carry. Passengers under four years old, weighing 40 '
pounds or less, must be secured in a carrier designed to hold a child that age .
and size to protect the child from moving. BE SAFE!
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GETTING MARRIED: Marisela Ontiveros, daughter of Joe and Maria Ontiveros of Marathon,
has become engaged to Ryan Mattuchio, son of Linda and the late Richard Mattuchio of
Kennebunkport, Maine. They met in Marathon and then moved to Kennebunkport, and will
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Keys briefs


Fundraising party
is Saturday night

A support group of -the
Salvation Army called Save Our


Conchs has'a fundraising party
Saturday night in Marathon.
Sheron Grossmann founded
Save Our Conchs to raise money
for families whose income is too
high to qualify for government


subsidies but too little to afford
the high rent of the Keys. Money
is channeled through the
Salvation Army because it's
already helping people with rent
and provides accountability.


An inaugural Moon Dance
Prom fundraiser has been sched-
uled for 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Jaycees' Building, 33rd St. bay-
side, Marathon.
Running for king of the prom


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
AMENDING THE CITY OF KEY COLONY BEACH
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

Notice is hereby given that the City of Key Colony Beach shall hold public hearings before the City
Commission acting as the Local Planning Agency on Thursday, July 24, 2008 commencing at 9:30 a.m., and the.
City Commission hearing to follow, commencing at 9:40 a.m., at the City of Key Colony Beach City Hall, 600
West Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, Florida 33051.

The purpose of these public hearings is to consider textual Amendments to the Potable Water Sub-Element of the
Infrastructure Element; Conservation Element; Intergovernmental Coordination Element and the Capital
Improvements Element, to coordinate the City of Key Colony Beach's Comprehensive Plan with the South
Florida Water Management District's Lower East Coast Water Supply Plan, to include a 10-year Water Supply
Facilities' Work Plan in the Comprehensive Plan as required by Florida Statutes, Section 163.3177(6)(c).

These revisions are for the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE OF KEY COLONY BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE POTABLE WATER
SUB-ELEMENT OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE ELEMENT; AND THE CONSERVATION, INTER-
GOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION, AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENTS OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; TO COORDINATE THE CITY'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN WITH THE
SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT'S LOWER EAST COAST WATER SUPPLY
PLAN, TO INCLUDE A 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES' WORK PLAN INTO THE COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN AS MANDATED BY FLORIDA STATUTES 163.3177(6)(C); PROVIDING FOR
TRANSMITTAL TO THE STATE LAND PLANNING AGENCY; PROVIDING A CONFLICTS
CLAUSE AND SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.

A copy of the proposed Amendments shall be available for inspection on weekdays between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Office of the City Clerk, City of Key Colony Beach, 600 West Ocean Drive, Key
Colony Beach, Florida 33051. Interested parties may appear at the hearing and be heard with respect to the pro-
posed Amendments.

IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISIONS MADE BY THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE HEARING, THAT PERSON WILL NEED A
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND HE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. PERSONS WHO NEED ACCOMMODATIONS IN ORDER TO
ATTEND OR PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK AT 305-289-1212
AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THIS MEETING IN ORDER TO REQUEST SUCH ASSISTANCE.

The proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments shall apply to all property within the incorporated areas
of the City of Key Colony Beach.

Honorable Ronald A. Sutton, Mayor
Vickie L. Bollinger, City Clerk
City of Key Colony Beach, Florida
Published Keynoter 07/16/08


are Michael Kiraly from Marine
Bank, Ben Daniels from First
State Bank and Greater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Daniel
Samess. Running for queen are
Morgan Hill from Exit Realty and
JoAnn Wagner and Christina
Gonzalez from Marine Bank.
The Moon Dance Prom is a
1980s-themed party, so get' out
your- favorite polyester clothes
and wide-lapelled coats. Tickets
are available at the chamber,
Salvation Army, UPS Store and
the Marathon Weekly; For more
information, call 743-9410 or
(800) 725-2769.

Red Cross trains
for emergencies

The American Red Cross of
the Keys says the first few min-
utes of a medical emergency are
crucial to the survival and recov-
ery of the victim.
With that in mind, it's offering
a course in standard first aid and
the use of automated external
defibrillators on July 26.
While quick-overview videos
and courses can help you become
familiar with such training,
attending certification courses
under the supervision of a quali-
fied instructor is the best way to
obtain the skills and confidence
needed to act as a first responder.
To sign up, call 296-4033.

Church program has
a rainforest theme

St. James the Fisherman
Episcopal Church, mile marker
87.5, is holding Bible school
from 4 to 8 p.m. Aug. 4 to 8. It's
for kids ages 2 to 13 and the
theme is "Rainforest Adventure:
A Treetop Bible Blast."
Cost is $20. For specifics, call
852-8468.

State park gets
wet on July 24

Long Key State Park is stag-
ing several special activities July
24 for its "A Walk On The Wet
Side!" festival.
The Friends of the Islamorada
Area State Parks and the Florida
Park Service are arranging a day
of nature and history displays and
guided tours. The park is at mile
marker 67.5.


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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Wednesday, July 16,2008 C
KEYNOTER i


Keys briefs tl


Women's tourney
goes on the fly

What's called the
Women's Fall Classic Fly
Tournament has been set for
Oct. 8 to 10 in Islamorada.
Anglers will fish three
days to score points on catch-
es of snook, redfish and
bonefish. For registration
information. call Charlotte
Ambrogio at 942-042g or
send an e-mail to
csasun@aol.com.

Youth soccer
tourney nears

The Key West Soccer
Club is sponsoring a four-on-
four tournament July 25 to
27 at Key West High School.
Age groups \\ill be under
8. under 10. under 12 and
under 14, with boss and girls
divisions in each age group.
Fields w ill be 40 feet by
30 feet with a goalkeeper in a
small box: the goalie doesn't
count as one of the other four
players rosters can't be more
than seven players. Halves
will be 12 minutes each.
Cost is $60 per team.
Proceeds go to the soccer
club To find out more. call
Jason Clifford at 923-0297.

Hammon offers
swimming lessons

Islanmorada resident
Colleen Hammon, a 25-Near
% veteran s%\ im instructor certi-
fied %ith the American Red
Cross, is offering two-%week
swimming saferN classes at
Founders Park in Islamorada.
In separate classes of 30
minute, each. Hammon
teaches pool safer and basic
swimming skills to children
of various ages and skill le, -
els. Students attend eight ses-
sions.
Space is lmnted. Cost $80 br
$100 for the sessions for %il-
lage residents and non-resi-
dents, respectively.
For more information, call
Hammon at 852-3003 or
Founders Park at 853-1685.


Photo by ANDREW SHIMABUKU/Honolulu Advertiser -
Upper Keys soccer player Cerene Arsenault (left) battles Amber Bonfacio of Aiea in the championship game of the AYSO
National Games tournament in Hawaii. The Upper Keys won its second straight title in the Sunday match.



NATIONAL CHAMPS!


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


A late goal sealed a second
straight National Games
championship for an Upper
Keys girls soccer squad but
several players were too


Keys team goes undefeated to take
second straight AYSO tournament


weary to celebrate at
Sunday's final buzzer.
"Some of the girls fell to


the ground, they were so
tired," Upper Keys coach
Arthur Paterson said.
"We had to play the whole
game without any reserves.


Everybody had to play the'
entire [80-minute] time," he
said.
But the Upper Keys girls
hoisted the top trophy on the
field in Honolulu, holding off
home-state crowd 'favorite
Aiea, 2-1, in the Under-16
See UPPER KEYS /22


Keys United falls just short


Keys Krush
also finishes
games early
BY RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


the weekend at the American
Youth Soccer Organization
National games in Honolulu,
Hawaii.
Under-14 boys team Keys
United advanced to the champi-
onship bracket after posting a 3-
1-1 record in pool play, but lost
its quarterfinal game against


South Oxnard, Calif.
Under-14 girls team Keys
Krush lost both of its Saturday
games in what coach Lynn
Landry said was easily the
toughest pool in the tournament,
and failed to advance. Landry
couldn't be reached for comment
in Hawaii for this story.
The girls did finish pool play
with a win against East Wichita,


Kan., and posted a 2-3 record for
the week.
Keys United assistant coach
Chris Bull said his team strug-
gled to find its scoring touch the
second day of pool play, losing
its first game against Palo Alto,
Calif., 2-1.
The boys jumped out to ant


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UPPER KEYS / From 21

bracket championship of the
American Youth Soccer
Organization tournament.
Calling themselves the
Hurricanes, the Upper Keys
" club cut an 8-0 swath through
play in the 24-team age divi-
sion, outscoring the opposition
by a total of 26-9.
"The girls played well
together as a team," Paterson
said. "Our defense really
stepped up."
Keys defenders posted
three shutouts and allowed just
a single goal in two matches.
They gave up three goals just
once, in a 4-3 win over


Alhambra, Calif.
For seven of the 13 players
on the Keys roster, the cham-
pionship marked the second
consecutive win at the AYSO
National Games. They won the
age Under-14 title at the 2006
games in Chicago.
"The teams we played this
time-were better," center mid-
fielder Cerene Arsenault said.
"The teams from Hawaii have
really good skills."
Not better than the
Hurricanes, she added.
"We were probably about
even with most of the teams,"
Arsenault said. "But with the
speed of our forwards, we
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more scoring opportunities.
[Opponents] couldn't capital-
ize against our defense."
The National Games
opened Thursday with the
Upper Keys outscoring
California teams Santa
Barbara, 7-2, and Woodland
Hills, 4-2.
Forward Jasmine Paterson,
one of the team's top players,
then had to leave because of
commitments to a national
juniors team.
Defender Heather Williams
of Homestead moved to the
forward's spot and ended as
the team's leading scorer in
the tournament.
The Upper Keys blanked
two Hawaiian teams, Kailua,
2-0, and Mililani, 1-0, in
Friday's play.
Pool play ended with the 4-
3 win over Alhambra Saturday
morning, moving the 5-0 Keys
team into the playoffs.
In Saturday afternoon's
quarterfinal round, Chino Hills
of California went down, 3-0.
An injury during Sunday
morning's semifinal a 3-1
win over North Hawaii left
just 11 players available. The


bench was 'empty.
"Every lay it was 80 to 90
degrees," Paterson said. "Our
girls were prepared for it.
They came to every practice
and went through extensive
conditioning. They perse-
vered."
With a large crowd all
cheering for Aiea, the
Hurricanes went out to a 1-0
lead in Sunday's finale.
Aiea evened the score with
a goal midway through the
first for a 1-1 halftime score.
"We didn't want to over-
play the whole championship
thing," Paterson said. "It's just
a soccer game we had to go
out and play."
Williams scored the Keys'
second goal late in game off a
free kick by Kelley Struyf of
Marathon.
With six minutes to go, the
Hurricanes packed the defense
to keep Aiea at bay.
"It was a good feeling to go
back to back" in the national
tournaments, Paterson said.
"We lost some talent [from the
2006] team. Not a lot of peo-
ple thought we go could to it
this time. But they perse-
vered."
The team included Shelby
Ragan, Stephanie Lietaert,
Chelsea Russell, Kelsey Jo
Miller, Allie Ingram,
Margarita Cisne, Jessie Boone,
Laurel Malea and Caroline
Koslowski.


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NEWS UPDATE

Topics: Budgets, Trauma Star
& politics.

Guest: Mario Di Gennaro,
Monroe County Mayor

Host: Larry Kahn,
Keynoter Editor



Rebroadcast lll :l II 'll
Thursday e> M,. .t&.-*>' ,
7:30 -8pmas.


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dolphin

Twenty junior anglers, all
younger than 14, targeted dol-
phin July 5 and 6, each team
attempting to catch the three
heaviest dolphin to win the
Islamorada Fishing Club's
Junior Dolphin Tournament.
When all was said and done,
Team Robbie, fishing on the
Islamorada Lady and guided
by Capt. Jeff Everson, took first
place with 99.7 pounds of dol-
phin including a 54.5-pound
bull caught by 10-year-old
William Warner of Jupiter.
"This may be the largest
dolphin weighed in for a dol-
phin tournament this season,"
event organizer Tammie
Gurgiolo said of the fish young
Warner caught on light tackle
with a spinning reel.
Warner fished with his 6-
year-old sister Sarah Warner of
Jupiter and three young team
mates from Islamorada: 5-year-
old Robbie Reckwerdt, 6-year-
old Anna Reckwerdt and 4-
year-old Carly Stanley.
The tournament's second-
place team, fishing with Capt.
Scott Stoky on the Nuff Said,
weighed in 50.9 pounds of dol-
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MIDDLE KEYS / From 21

early lead, as Santi Juarez netted
a ball during a scramble in the
18-yard box to put Keys United
up 1-0 in the fifth minute. But
that would be the boys' only
goal. Palo Alto scored what
would be the game-winner in the
35th minute.
Bull said the boys grinded out
a victory in their second game
Saturday against a team from
East Kauai, Hawaii.
"Our timing of. the last pass
and finishing was just out of
sync enough to make it tough to
score," Bull said. "There were
many opportunities that we cre-
ated, but it was tough finding the


back of the net."
But the boys did enough to
earn a 3-1 victory, starting with a
penalty kick by Justin Hamilton
in the 20th minute. Juarez scored
his second goal of the day off an
assist by Matt Chelakis in the
43rd minute to make it 2-0.
Chelakis scored the final goal
of the game in the 48th minute,
just moments after East Kauai
had scored to make it a 2-1
game.
A 1-1 tie Sunday against
Walnut, Calif., in the final pool
game earned Keys United a spot
in the championship bracket.
Ricky Ceja scored the lone goal
for the boys on a direct kick.
The boys faced South Oxnard
later that day, but Bull said


fatigue and a quality opponent
led to a disappointing 3-0 loss.
"Our boys were somewhat
out of gas and their opponent
was older, faster and technically
well-rounded," he said.
Keys United did win a semifi-
nal game in the consolation
bracket over Los Altimos, Calif.,
3-1, before falling in the final to
Antelope, Calif., 2-0. The team
placed sixth overall in the final
standings.
Bull said the team represent-
ed the Keys well and had a mem-
orable trip to Hawaii.
"The team started their jour-
ney in October and wants to
thank everyone for their sup-
port," he said.


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Photo courtesy CHRIS BULL
Keys United's A.J. Paterson carries the ball up field-
during a matchup with Palo Alto, Calif., Friday at the American
Youth Soccer Organization Nationalgames in Honolulu. The
under-14 boys team advanced to the championship bracket
but lost its quarterfinal matchup.


Keys briefs


Survivor event
unique to fishing

Teams are expected to survive
through multiple rounds of com-
petition in the Survivor Florida
Keys Fishing Tournament in
Islamorada Aug. 7 to 10.
Each team of two anglers, or
one angler and a guide,- will
receive a number that corre-
sponds to a ping-pong ball in a
hopper. At the beginning of each
fishing day, the teams' numbers
are drawn to see which teams will


be pitted against each other.
The team in each pair that
comes in with the largest or
longest fish survives and stays in
the competition the next day.
Target species are bonefish,
snook and redfish. For tourna-
ment information call 664-2012
or 393-6174.



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MONROE COUNTY STATE HOUSING
INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP (SHIP) PROGRAM
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY

The SHIP Program serves very low, low and moderate-income residents throughout Monroe County, including
incorporated areas. The FY 2007-2008 State of Florida SHIP allocation for Monroe County was $730.832.

There are 4 funding slots currently available for SHIP income qualified purchasers of market rate housing units
from the 2007-2008 funds. These 4 slots are a result of the set-asides established in the Local Housing Assistance
Plan wherein 85% of the funds are awarded to affordable units and 15% of the funds are reserved for market rate
units. In order to qualify you must be income eligible based on the 2008 Monroe County Income Limits adjusted for
family size as indicated below and have a contract for purchase for a market rate unit as well as a pre-qualification
letter from a lending institution and be able to close within 5 months of the application deadline August 15, 2008.

2008 MONROE COUNTY INCOME LIMITS
2008 Monroe County, Median Income $65;200.00

50% 80% 120%
Household Size Very Low Low Moderate
One Person $ 24,800 $ 39,700 $ 59,520
Two Persons $ 28,350 $ 45,350 $ 68,040
Three Persons $31,900 $51,050 $76,560
Four Persons $ 35,450 $ 56,700 $ 85,080
Five Persons $ 38,300 $ 61,250 $ 91,920
Six Persons $41,100 $65,750 $ 98,640
Seven Persons $ 43,950 $ 70,300 $ 105,480
Eight Persons $ 46,800 $ 74,850 $112,320

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Original, complete applications will be accepted from July 16 to August 15, 2008 at 5:00 P.M. at the Monroe County
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Assistance as outlined in the application overview attached to the application.

SHIP local housing distribution may not be used to purchase, rehabilitate, or repair mobile homes.

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Keys Fishing


Offshore
July is when to get off-
shore and fish for dolphin.
The dolphin population in
numbers and size is better
than it has been anytime this
season.
UsuaUl) the slammnners
show up off Upper Keys
waters in late April and into
earls May. That didn't hap-
pen this spring. The fish are
here no", though. As a gen-
eral rule, they get larger the
farther offshore ) ou go, but
there are plenty of nice gaffer
dolphin being caught close.

Reef
In lieu of a long expen-
sive run offshore, some cap-
tamns are leasing the dock at
first light and staying close
to the reef. The main target
is usually yellowtail snapper,
along with mangrove snap-
per and even muttons. The
snapper limit of 10 fish (of
which only five can be man-
grove snapper) can be met in
a few hours if the right con-
ditions exist.

Gulf, bay
The numerous species of
fish available in the grassy)
depths of Florida Bay and
the near gulf include tarpon.
permit and sharks. usuallN in
- ,:g. channels or along the edge of
a shallow bank. Drifting [ie
crabs or ladyfish can be the
way to go.
Sea trout, snapper, jack
crevalle. ladyfish and e en
jewfish are feeding and liv-
ing in the deeper (5 to 9 feet)
grass) expanses of the gulf
and bay. Drifting and bottom
bouncing jigs bare or tipped
through the grass and in the
potholes is the method of
choice.

Flats, backcountry
Starting way out to the
northwest. the Cape Sable
area is a good bet for snook
and tarpon. East Cape Canal
Sand Middle Cape Canal and
farther up the shoreline is
Sable Creek: all are great
snook and tarpon hideouts.

Brad Hardi ng
Islamorada
SportFishing.com


WINNING ANGLERS: Young anglers (from left) Taylor Poole, Zech Rock, Santiago Lovaton,
Camillo Lovaton, Michael Lovaton and Taylor Costa were the top winners in Saturday's
fourth annual Florida Keys Kids Classic at the Aqua Ranch on Grassy Key. Forty-two kids
participated. The tournament is put on by Keys Cops for Kids.



I cast for ICAST


It's Super Bowl
of sportfishing
trade shows

There are events in sportfish-
ing that verge on the edge of
mythical, and those who spin sto-
ries about such events are always
the center of attention. Listeners
hang on every word as if to relish
the experience themselves.
The White Marlin Open in
Ocean City, Md., is one of those
events. So is the Bisbee Black &
Blue Marlin Tournament in Baja
California Sur, Mexico; the
Bisbee, this year taking place at
the end of July, is the richest bill-
fish tournament in the world,
awarding some $4 million- in
prize money.
Some would say the Miami
Boat Show falls into the mythical
category. But to really experience
something is to go to the
International Convention of
Allied Sportfishing Trades, better
known as ICAST and ongoing
through Friday at the Las Vegas
Convention Center.
This is the world's largest
sportfishing trade show. It draws
TV executives, the hosts of fish-
ing shows, chief executive offi-
cers of major tackle companies,
tournament-winning billfish cap-
tains and so many more.


Cal Sutphin


members of the


This
convention,
simply,
helps drive
sportfish-
ing compa-
nies' sales
year round.
From buy-
ers to
media to
exhibitors,
IC AS T
annually
attracts
7 0 00
international


sportfishing community.
Like the Miami Boat Show or
the auto shows staged to unveil
new models, new fishing products
are pniveiled and it's make-or-
break time for the manufacturers.
The major players are there -
Shimano, Penn, Costa Del Mar,
Daiwa, Cortland, G. Loomis,
Shakespeare, Furuno, Ray-
marine, Pure Fishing, Okuma,
Mustad, Lowrance and
Gamakatsu, among many others.
Actually, more than 300 others.
Also, there are representatives
from the major outdoors net-
works hearing pitches for new
shows: ESPN Outdoors/
BassMaster, Versus, the Outdoor
Channel.
Tackle suppliers never miss
the show, no matter how trying


the economy.
Jim Doherty of Big Pine Key
has a new business manufactur-
ing unique fish cleaning tables..
He would benefit greatly from a
booth at ICAST but was too late
applying to get one.
"You virtually have to stand in
line when ICAST ends just to try
and get a spot for the following
year," he says.
For those who hope to get a
national fishing TV show, "This
is the place you have to be," says
Tom Rowland from the "Salt-
water Experience" television
show, which airs weekly on
Versus. "It's exhausting but
ICAST is where you get business
done and meet with potential
sponsors." '
It also doesn't hurt to have
ICAST in Las Vegas the adult
playground where the after-
show parties and high-end suites
blend into the landscape like
mangrove islands in our back-
country.
I'm on my way today to see
what it's all about. I would say
read all about it, but the
Drambuie Key West Marlin
Tournament is under way and I
have a feeling that's what you'll
be reading about next week. For
specifics on weigh-in times and
tournament-related events, go to
www.keywestmarlin.com.


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

July TBA: Geiger Key
Dolphin Daze Tournament.
Key West. The tournament
targets the dolphin fish
and follows a modified
release format with four
categories: combined
weight, bull, cow and jun-
ior. Contact Hope Cordery
at 296-3553, e-mail
geigerkeymarina@aol.co
m or write to 5 Geiger
Road, Key West, FL 33040.
*July 16to 19:
Drambuie Key West Marlin
Tournament. Key West.
Anglers pursue the mighti-
est of the offshore species
in the same waters plied
by novelist Ernest
Hemingway. The catch-
and-release tournament is
held in conjunction with
Key West's annual
Hemingway Days celebra-
tion, and offers $250,000 in
available prize money.
Contact Scott Greene at
292-2710, visit www.keywest
marlin.com or write to RO.
Box 5590, Key West, FL 33045.
July 18 to 20: Holiday
Isle/Caribee Boat Sales
Dolphin Tournament.
Islamorada. Contact Ed
Kinkelaar at (305) 664-
2321, Ext. 655, e-mail
ekinkelaar@holidayisle
.com or write to 84001
Overseas Highway,
Islamorada, FL 33036.
July 27 to 28: Isla-
morada Fishing Club Red
Ghost Stalk. Anglers com-
pete to catch redfish and
bonefish, the gray ghost of
the flats. Winners qualify
for the IGFA Inshore
Championship. The tour-
nament is open to anglers
ages 11 to 25. Contact Jim
and Sherri Trice at 664-
3864, e-mail trice j@bell
south.net or write to RO.
Box 22, Islamorada, FL
33036.
Tides are online
You can now find your
Florida Keys daily tides
online at www.keysnet
.com/weather.







Keys Fishing


SWednesday, July 16,2008 25


Southeast wind brings the weed lines closer


The action
is as close
as nine miles
With calmer waters expected
for the weekend, it's a good time
to head offshore.
We've had a bit of a breeze but
from the southeast, which actual-
ly has helped bring the weed lines
closer in. The dolphin have been
from 18 to 25 miles beyond the
reef Keyswide, but now I think
you'll find them closer.
The latest Gulf Stream report
has the inside edge running with-
in 12 miles of the Middle and
Upper Keys, with the closest
point just off Key largo at nine
miles out. This should provide
anglers with a good amount of
*action, along with a greater con-
centration of bait fish in these
areas. This, in turn, will bring in
more predator fish that feed on


Cpans them.
l Most of
the reports
for bay
fishing I've
received
.' the past
week have
been poor.
The water
l o wc tempera-
ture has to
fo ei s to be the rea-
son, as
Dave Navarro action even
on grouper,
which are usually aggressive, has
been slow. The only good report
out of this side of the islands has
been for night fishing.
Overall, most working the bay
are determining their hot spots for
lobster mini-season, which is July
30 and 31.
Night fishing is a great bet, as
the moon is in a favorable phase
for the fish to be biting. The reef


is by far your best bet for yellow-
tail, muttons and grouper. And
mangrove snapper have been so
plentiful that keeping track of
your limit has been the only chal-


lenge.
Live bait such as pinfish and
shrimp is best but squid, bally-
hoo, glass minnows and silver-
sides are also great. Sardinbs and


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-- Rolland Fenton from
Annapolis, Md., caught
this 15-pound queen
snapper in 700 feet of
water southeast of
Sombrero Light while
aboard the 'Pip's 36' -
with Capt. Bobby
Manske and mate
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When night fishing, be extra aware of buoy lines


NAVARRO / From 25

for best results.
Remember, though: You have
only a few weeks of open waters
for night fishing, as lobster traps
hit the aqua Aug. 1 in anticipation
Vf the commercial and regular lob-
ster season, which starts Aug. 6.
The first week or so the traps
are in, most of the ropes on them
will tend to float until they soak
up and settle down. Knowing the


direction of the current will do
wonders in keeping you from
fouling your prop with trap line.
When passing a trap, go on the
down current side of the buoy
itself, as the line leading to the
trap will be trailing off up current
of the buoy. This will allow you
safe passage and keep the trap
marked for the fisherman who
owns it.
The rock humps along Hawk
Channel are also a good bet for
night fishing. Drifting both the


channel and the reef patches have
produced of late. Live baits or
rigged squid have been good.
They've produced big grouper,
nice yellowtail and some huge
mangrove snapper. If you hit sev-
eral bites in a small area, you may
want to anchor and give it some
time to see if you've found a
good school.
Action on the flats is good only
very early in the day, as water tem-
peratures have reached 95; some
spots have gotten as high as 100


degrees by mid-afternoon. There
have been plenty of bonefish and
permit early. But they have more
sense than we do, as we're the
ones sweating out in the shallows
while they retreat to deeper and
cooler waters by mid-day.
Up to the east, I understand
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

110
Legal Notices

No. 6302100
NOTCIE OF SALE
DRIFTWOOD MARINA
& STORAGE, INC., lo-
cated at 13900 Over-
seas Hwy., Marathon,
FL 33050 will proceed
with Section 328.17 (1),
Florida Statutes, on the
following vessels located
at ourfacility for unpaid
storage and repair.
John Weed, owner
of 1970 Morgan
HIN # 28146
Patrick Murphy, owner
of 1981 Pearson
HIN# PEA68031M81E
Unless said vessel re-
deemed from said mari-
na by payment as al-
lowed by law, the above
described vessel will be
sold to satisfy lien. If the
vessel is not redeemed
and that vessel remains
unclaimed, or for which
the charges for storage
services remain unpaid,
will be sold free of all prior
liens after 60 days.
A sale is to be held at
Driftwood Marina
13900 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon, FL 33050
commencing at 1:00
p.m. on the 22nd day of
September2008.
publish July 16, 23,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter

200
EMPLOYMENT

260 General -
Miscellaneous
Boat lift & davit install-
er. Will train. Excellent
pay, 40 hrs. per wk.
Atlantic Davits & Boat
Lifts. Drug Free Work-
place 88665 Overseas
Hwy, Tav. 853-9400.







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260 General-
Miscellaneous
Classroom Mentor-
Upper Keys
Provide intervention by
mentoring in community
child care center class-
rooms to increase the
quality of care and
educational programs.
BA/BS in Elementary/
Early Childhood
Education or related field
and valid driver's license
required. Exp. in early
childhood education
desired. Bi-lingual and
resident of Middle/Upper
Keys preferred. Full time
position, excellent salary
and benefits. Send cover
letter and resume to
mwilliams@elcmdm.
org orfaxto (305)
296-5588 by 7/21/08
CLEANING PERSON
part-time for vacation
rentals. $12 per. hr.
Approximately 25 hrs.
per week, some week-
ends. Must speak Eng-
lish. Backgroundcheck
required. Housing avail-
able if needed. 451-5200.
Coral Reef Park Co.
John Pennekamp
Division is seeking
FT Snorkel Shed,
FT Reservationist,
PT Boat Rentals,
FT/PT Narrator.
Benefits, paid vacation,
health ins. 401K avail-
able. Pick up application
at Ranger's Station.
305-451-6301
Electrical Contractor
looking for Service Tech's
& Journeymen. Must
have valid Florida driver's-
license. (305) 743-0399
ELECTRICIAN
NEEDED
Marathon area. Call
Dave, (305)481-7182


260 General -
Miscellaneous
ELECTRICIAN'S HELP-
ER WANTED
Experience and Driver's
License required. Mara-
thon electric. 743-5805
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 General -
Miscellaneous
Electrician's Helper
Wanted. Experience and
Driver's License
Required. Marathon
Electric. 743-5805
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Anthony's Clothing Store

Sales Associates needed.
Tues., Wed, Sat. & Sun.
Apply in person
Anthonys Clothing Store,
Gulfside Village, 5800 O/S Hwy. Suite 25


Bishop, Rosasco & Co.
Certified Public Accountants
GOVERNMENT
ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST
FANTASTIC CA R- E R
GROWTH OPPORTUNITY!
Deputy Finance or Municipal
Budgci Otfficer cxpcrience
preferred. Must be expert in MS
Excel; proficient in MS Word &
PowerPoint; & have degree in
Accounting We offer medical
ins, paid time off& 401 (k). Send
resume to Human Resources
8085 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon, FL 33050
or Fax 743-0726; or e-mail
tara@keyscpa.com; or for an
application call 743-6586. EOE.


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the world's largest bottler of non-alcoholic beverages. In
addition to our fine reputation for quality, we offer a highly
diverse, stable organization where achievement is recognized
and rewarded, employees are promoted from within, and
people are encouraged to achieve their professional dreams.
Now hiring for our Big Pine Key location:

DISTRIBUTION SUPERVISOR
Requires a high school diploma or GED, 1-3 years experience
in consumer products/direct store delivery and experience
managing people/budgets. Bachelor's degree and I+ years
supervising distribution/delivery staff preferred. Intermediate
computer and database application skills, familiarity with DOT
regulations and a valid driver's license required. CDL
desirable.Work schedule is Tuesday Saturday.
For complete job details and to apply online, visit us at
www.cokecce.com/careers
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260 General -
Miscellaneous

Gate Attendant
MM 66, P/T Weekends.
Call 305-664-4860
Housekeeper needed at
Lime Tree Bay Resort
MM68.5. P/T Must be de-
pendable and have own
trans. Call 305-664-4740
LANDSCAPE General
labor and crew leader-
openings are available at
D'Asign Source in Mara-
thon. Local plant knowl-
edge is a plus and trans-
portation is required.
Great pay and benefits.
Check out our web site at
www.dasignsource.com
to see all the wonderful
projects we do. Apply
now at 11500 Overseas
Hwy, Marathon, Mile
marker 53, or email your
resume to jboyles@
dasignsource.com.

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260 General -
Miscellaneous
LUBRICATION TECH
Sanitation engineer, tire
buster, general all around
flunky, will train. Apply
2525 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon.
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Helpers.
Starting pay $9. Raises
based on performance.
Apply in person: 4290
Overseas Hwy, Mthn.
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Drivers.
CDL Class A or B, 2 yrs
exp necessary. Apply in
person: 4290 Overseas
Hwy, Marathon.
MARINE ELECTRICAL
/ GENERATOR TECH.
Experience necessary.
Please call 289-4044,
ask for Tom
P/T CLEANING person,
year round work, Middle
Keys. Serious inquiries
only, Wknds/Holidays a
must. Call 743-0697,
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


,DYNASTY MARINE ASSOCIATES, INC.
Highly respected collector and growing distributor of
CARIBBEAN MARINE ANIMALS for over 20
years, seeking a highly motivated, creative,
experienced in house sales representative for
Marathon, FL, with background in marine biology
or working knowledge of animals and sales
experience. Initial compensation commensurate
with experience income potential of 35K plus.
Full benefits package. www.dynastymarine.net.
Email resume and cover letter:
dynastymarine@yahoo.com


Community Health
of South Florida, Inc.
Now serving the Florida Keys
Family Practitioner
Registered Nurse/RN
Licensed Practical Nurse/LPN
Patient Financial Service
Specialist
Medical Assistant /
Certified Nursing Assistant
Dentist
Dental Assistant
Dental Hygienist
Outreach Worker
Environmental 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 Equal Opportunity employer


260 General -
Miscellaneous
Plumber Excellent pay,
paid holidays & vacation,
medical insurance. Must
be reliable & have good
driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Apply at
10937 O/S Hwy, Mthn or
call 305-743-5357
RESORT HELP
Front Desk reservations,
Housekeeping. Immedi-
ate openings, Marathon
area. 305-797-1707
SATURDAYS for House
Maintenance. Also
Saturday for Yard
Maintenance. Need
transportation. 481-4301
Veterinary Assistant
needed. Compassionate
animal loverwith good
people skills needed for
busy practice in Mara-
thon. Full time, some
evenings. Experience
preferred, but will train.
Benefits offered. Call
Marathon Veterinary
Hospital at 305-743-7099
270
Office Clerical
ADMIN ASSISTANT
Entry level position.
Customer service/sales
exp. a plus. 5-6 day work
week in Marathon. Must
be dependable and have
excellent verbal & written
communication skills.
E-mail resume to
icskinder@yahoo.com or
call Liz (305) 879-7074.


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O.R. Nurse Manager
Physical Therapist


3301 Overseas Highway
Marathon, FL 33050
www.fishermenshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
FAX: (305) 743-3962
Entail: mithcde.eller@lh.ina-torp.com
E.O.E./ Drug Free Workplace

Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.






Healinlcae coverqe 401 with maim ano rebremeni plan aCI 3l -9033
,or la resume 0 .305-434 90rj Visr u: at i.-1An ,rk i 9 EEC.DFWP .


270
Office Clerical
Coral Reef Park Co.
John Pennekamp
Division is seeking FT
Clerical (Excel, Lotus,
and Auditing skills
required.) Benefits, paid
vacation, health insur-
ance, & 401K available.
Pick up application at
Ranger's-Station.
305-451-6301.
275
Professional
MONROE COUNTY
FIRE CHIEF/DIV DIR
EMERGENCY SVCS
MAR $76,395.65 -
$97,404.04 per yr 40
hpw. Req: B.S. in Bus
Admin, MGT, Publ
Admin, or Fire SCI, and
15 yrs exp w/5 yrs at Sr
Mgt level, orA.S. and 15
yrs rel progressively resp
exp w/addtl training/certi-
fication. Prefer related
graduate degree. Must
be cert FF, desire cert
EMT/Paramedic. Must
have proven success in
mgt of comb col/career
fire rescue/EMS Delivery
Sys. Drugfree Wrkpl
Deadline: 8/11/08. Con-
tact: Jackson-Latavia@
monroecounty-fl.gov
HUMAN RESOURCES:
(305) 292-4557 E.O.E.




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275
Professional
MONROE COUNTY
Inspector, Code
Enforcement, Plantation
Key, $37,988.28 -
$45,584.68/yr, 40 hpw.
Req: A.A./2 yr college
equiv., 2-3 yrs. exp. FL
DL Vet Pref Avail Drug-
free Wrkpl E.O.E. Dead-
line: Open Until Filled.,
CONTACT: HUMAN RE-
SOURCES -292-4557;
hreamonroecountv-fl.qov
280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
WAITSTAFF for AM/PM
shifts. Apply in person to
Key Colony Inn
700 W. Ocean Dr,
or call 743-0100

300
SERVICES

330
Business Services
Finish carpentry:
all types. Installation of
kitchen and bathroom
cabinetry, all types of
trim. Int. and ext; doors.
Lic. #SP3693 & insured.
305-245-4957 or
786-218-0025.
KEY LARGO SERVICE
CALLS $39.00. Homes
or Trailers. Plumbing,
electric, carpentry.
Service Shop on wheels.
Ask for Tom, Pastor.
754-235-4100
lic# 2924099676
PET/House Sitter Love
& Care for your pet
and/or home. Exc. ref. 5
yr. Keys resident. Big
Pine to Islamorada. Rea-
sonable rates. 240-1742
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l00s of Beds
Factory Direct to You
4 p. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369
Dinettes, Futons, lRecliners
Simmons BeautyresI
*'%v fredsleds Cornm
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Marathon MM 54,5.- 743-7277
Big Coppitt MM 9.5 295-8430


$600 per month
S(opprox with approved credit)
O NO INSURANCE
Iaies around $60 per year
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A New Concept:
Property that pays for
Itself in the Keys?
Transient rentable real
estate that rents for $1250
per month during season
and $650 off season with
your payment being
approx. Sbdi pe: n 3ri l.,
Do you believe in
Supply and Demand?
R.V. lots have disappeared
in the Keys. Ownership
inventory is practically none.
Get in on the ground floor
of this booming industry
not effected by real estate
downturn. Unbelievable
financing available.
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IMMEDIATE SEASONAL
POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

Potilion i\';. ilalhk tor .Seasonmal
Breakl'asl. Lunch and Dinner ( OOkS.
And .
Part Time Bartender,.
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500
MERCHANDISE

545 Yard Sales-
Flea Markets
MARATHON Sat. 8-12.
1555 Bluefin Dr, off
Aviation. Furniture,
collectibles, household
items and more!
SATURDAY July 19th
King Sleep# Mattress,
generator kids & kitch
items. NO Early Birds!
11267 5th Ave Gulf, Mthn
575
Pets
Labrador puppies.
Champion Chambray
bloodlines. Yellow or
black, males and fe-
males. 305-852-2124 or
305-393-2615. Avail now
590
Miscellaneous
Furniture, antiques,
crocks, leather couches,
Lazy-E-Boy, exquisite
bartables & chairs, art-
work& more! 289-5719

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590
Miscellaneous
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn 743-6506
OAK THOMASVILLE
Queen Canopy Bed, w/
matching dresser and
mirror, $1000 for both.
305-296-8293
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watch-
es. 305-743-4578
600
FINANCE

620
Money to Loan
WE BUY ALL GOLD
CASH NOW. Jewelry,
scrap. No waiting.
11400 O/S Hwy. #121,
Mthn 305-743-4603

100
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
A 5 br, 4 ba, open water
view, with dockage, new
home with pool & tiki.
Bay Point, MM 15. $2700
per mo. 305-747-0768

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710
Homes for Rent
Affordable WATER-
FRONT HOMES! 1-3
BR's, some w/dockage,
most with views starting
at $750/mo. 872-2750.
BIG PINE KEY 2/2 in
Eden Pines. Fenced
bkyard, full kitchen, W/D,
small pet ok. $1500 +
util. 305-434-0256
BIG PINE KEY New4
BR, 2 BA home, double
fenced lot, quiet neigh-
borhood. $1995/mo,
F/L/S. (305) 304-3153
BPK 3/3, CBS, 2 scm
porches, canal/both
sides, seawall w/davits,
fncd yrd. Clean, quiet,
C/A & encl garage.
$2500/mo F/US + util.
305-872-4502
BPK Canal front 2/1
duplex, Keysie. Clean.
Tile, concrete seawall,
W/D hookups. F/L/S.
$1150.706-969-9082
CUDJOEKEY2/2
plus office, C/A, W/D,
comm. pool and other
amenities. $1600/mo
Also, CUDJOE 2/1 on
canal, stainless appi,
pool, tiki, A/C, W/D, D/W,
$1500/mo F/US
305-393-0292
Islamorada Ocean View
Beautiful 1/1 + den. Non
smoker. Lease. $1300 +
shared utils. 664-5888
ISLAMORADA-Resort
Style 2/2.5 home, water
views, beach, pool,
$2000/mo long term.
Call 305-304-7372
KCB, 641 11th St. 2/2
stilt, 75' dock for Ig boat,
priv pool w/spa, wrap
around balc, storage
- Others avail. 289-0064
Little Torch 2/2 On stilts,
swimming canal, down
from Dolphin Marina.
305-872-3602 or cell:
305-481-4763
Little Venice/Marathon
3/1, updated, tile, granite,
appliances, W/D, fenced
yard. $1500/mo, F/L/S
289-3465
MAR DEEP CANAL 3/2
90th St Ocean. 40' dock,
W/D; wet bar. $1800/mo.
F/L/S. 786-271-7332
Marathon 2/2 Open
Water views! Lrg yard,
SS appliances, granite.
S- $1500/mo F/UL/S.
239-250-4944_
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I For Sale
500P Uquor Ucense
(305) 240-2265
(800) 955-0615


710
Homes for Rent
MARATHON 2BR, 2BA,
large fenced yard.
Great location.
$1395/mo. F/S
Call 724-791-2354
MARATHON 3 BR, 2.5
BA, fully furnished with
pool. Starting at $1850
Call Dave 305-731-5521
MARATHON 3BR, 2BA
TOWNHOUSE
Community pool.
$1750/mo. F/S. Call
(305) 743-2300
Marathon Large 3/3
waterfront estate home.
Pool, outside dining, 2.
car gar, 200' deep dock-
age for 3.239-340-5731
Marathon- Long Term
2/2 On Canal. $1500/mo.
2/2 on Ocean, $2000/mo
All are Furn.
Island Breezes Realty
305-743-8328
MARATHON
Newly remodeled 3bd
house on 46th St. $1400
month. Call Kim Hayden
at 305-743-3500
MARATHON Not your
ordinary rental! Lovely
home Fully Furn. 3/2.
$1600/mo No smkrs. An-
nual/seasonal. 395-0178
MM 90 B/S PKC CBS:
3/2 newly remodeled
$1900, Tav 1/1 apt
$775 All FLS Yrly.
451-4555
MM 99.5 0/S 3-story
condo. Beach, ramp, ten-
nis, tv cable. $1,495 mo
yr lease 305-389-1220
MM63 CONCH KEY
1/1 Furniture and Utilities
furnished. On water.
$950/mo. F/L/US
305-289-1127
PLANTATION KEY
3/2 Close to schools and
shopping, Beach and
boat ramp, No pets,
$1700/mo F/US
352-697-2072
RAMROD KEY 3/2
Brand new, on canal,
W/D, storage, $1800/mo,
305-304-7923
WHY PAY RENT? When
you can own RV & Lot
Home Packages Starting
at $850/mo.
www.breezypinesrv.com
305-797-5184
2/1 A HALF HOME,
MM74, Great quiet loca-
tion, Screened patio,
bayside canal, new kitch-
en, F/L/S. $1275/mo incl.
cable. 954-325-8113
712 Mobile Homes
for Rent
GRASSY KEY 3/2
Mobile Home, Section 8
ok, ready Aug. 1.
1-305-216-6300
Key Largo RV sites.
Daily, wkly, monthly, yrly..
Free Wi-Fi, on the bay
w/boat dockage
305-451-0010


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for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


Key Largo Trail Creek
Village 3/2, Section 8
OK. close to shopping &
schools. 305-216-6300
Marathon 2/2, pet ok.
Move in now! $975/ mo.
853 74th St. Ocean
1-786-319-0459
MARATHON 26th St
Large 1/1, water view,
just painted, $950 incl
water, F/L/S. Pet nego.
Lv msq. 973-347-7060
MARATHON 2 BR.
Move in condition!
Call now! $950/mo.
(305)797-9132
MARATHON 2 BR.
Move in condition!
Fenced yard, W/D hkup,
sm. pet ok. $1100/mo.
(305)797-9132
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305-743-6519
MARATHON CLEAN
2/1 on 3600 sq.ft. lot; pets
ok; 473 W. 105th St.,
$850/mo 305-393-5746
Marathon, Keys'RV,
1-2 bd/1 ba w/ FL room,
30' dock, off st parking,
cable incl. $950/mo +
util. 305-587-1512
MARATHON-MODERN
1/1, CBS, ground floor,
tile floors, A/C, parking
adj. yr Ise. 305-743-6088
Marathon Rent to own!
Clean 2br, 2ba, furn. Key
RV, MM 50.$1150 / mo
+ util. No pets/smokrs.
Boat ramp 305-731-5475
MM 106 B/S 2/12001
MH on canal, fully furn,
44' concrete dock, shed,
no smoking orpets.
305-360-2800

immaculate I
RENT TO OWN, Keys
RVPark, Marathon. lbr
on water, reasonable
rent, potential owner
financing, excel cond.
Call 702-433-6179
725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent
A Great Location 51st
Gulf, Mthn, 1/1 C/A, W/D
hk up, quiet, friendly,
clean, pets OK. $1000
1st mo only 304-8702
APT's IN MARATHON
cottages, one bd. and
studios, util inc, some
dockage,$1350,$950
and $650/mo. 393-1999

Immaculate
Bayview MM 681/1,
No smoke or pets. $850
mo incl cable/water
F/L/S 305-481-4843
BIG COPPIT 2/1 APT.
Very Nice!! $1700/mo
Incl electric & water, NO
pets. Call 305-292-9729
or 305-797-5606


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BIG PINE KEY 1/1
Clean, quiet, livingroom,
kitchen. All Util included.
$750/mo 872-3609
Big Pine Key 2/1 just
renovated. Furn on deep
canal, W/D. $1500. Also
2/1 on deep canal $1350.
Call Dick 942-6270
BPK 1/1, VERY NICE
quiet street, W/D, Furn,
$900/mo/$600 Sec.
Utilities and Cable incl.
305-395-0399
BPK, 1/1 W/DEN Corner
waterfront. Completely
remodeled. D/W. W/D
hook-up. Incl. boat dock,
$1275/mo Must See!! Cat
OK. 305-872-4457
BPK 2/1 W/D, new car-
pet, parking, clean swim
canal, $1400/mo + util
Also, 1/1 new carpet,
parking, swim canal,
$850/mo incl. util.
305-872-0622 or
305-304-4205
BPK 2/2 on canal, up,
balcony on dbl lot w/
ponds & waterfall, W/D.
$1375.305-395-3415,
872-4592, 872-3450.
Brand New Marathon
Lrg 2 Br, 2 Ba half duplex.
$1350 + util. F/L/S. Must
qualify for affordable
housing. (305)481-4688
CUDJOE KEY MM 23
1/1, on canal, quiet area,
util & cable incl. Com-
pletely furn. all you need
is your toothbrush!!
$1100/mo/long term,
$1500/mo/short term.
(305)-292-2291
Duplex 1/1, new granite
kitch, furn. or unfurn.,
screened patio,W/D,
Neighborhood boat ramp
& beach. No smoking.
Avail now. $875 mo.
F/US 393-7642 or
852-0190


EFFICIENCY
Apartment, $900/mo
includes utilities, ground
level 305-481-2873
KCB.2/2 annual rental
new furniture, overlooks
golf course, beach ac-
cess. $1595 incl cable &
water! 716-875-8879

Waterfront
KCB-CANAL FRONT
3/2 duplex, fully furn,
central A/C, W/D,
garage, 37ft. dock, NO
pets, 6 mo annual Ise.
$2300/mo + util. Avail-
able now. 305-289-0708

Waterfront
KCB half-duplex
2bd/2ba, W/D, with dock-
age, no dogs, $1200/mo.
F/L/S. Call 481-8254
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5651


Key Largo MM 102 1/1,
furnished. No pets, no
smokers. $950/mo incl
utilities. 305-970-4344 or
305-904-8866
KEY WEST, Las Salinas
2br, 2ba. F/L/S.
$1650/mo. Call Lela
305-395-0814.
lela@coldwellbanker.com
LONG KEY, MM 68
1BR/1 BA on canal, patio,
very nice! $980/mo
includes cable.
F/L/S 410-990-9254
Long Key MM 68.5 2/1,
up, 60' dock, beaut Ig
deck, quiet neighbrhd,
W/D, new appl. $1175mo
FLS + ut. 480-200-9189
MARATHON 1/1, furn
condo, resort living,
pool, balc, laundry, cov'd
prkg, priv boat ramp, golf,
dive shop. $1100/mo.
MM 50.1-888-508-0874
MARATHON
1/1 HALF DUPLEX
$850/mo F/US
305-743-2300
MARATHON 1 bedroon
1 bathroom, beautiful,
quiet street. Large dry lot.
Call 305-481-1316
Marathon 1 br, 1 ba, ultra
clean, great location, no
smkrs, utilities included,
$875 F/S 724-791-2354
MARATHON--1 BR
efficiency, very clean.
$700 mo. Call Dave
305-731-5521
Marathon 2/1 duplex.
Unfurnished. $975/mo.
+ utilities F/L/S. No pets.
Yearly lease. Call
305-393-3628
MARATHON 2/1, furn or
unfurn, upstairs, w/eleva-
tor. F/L/S, $1000-$1200
a month plus util. Call for
appt. 305-743-5984
Marathon 2/2-Duplex,
w/lIg storage/work shop,
4' canal & dock.
$1995/mo 305-731-3386
lionheart-gisavahoo
MARATHON 3/2, ON
Canal, tile floors, W/D
hook-up, C/A, newpaint,
2 car parking, $1600/mo
plus util. F/US
305-731-9591


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LIVE, WORK, PLAY
MM 82
LIVE: Tropical garden
setting, fuluy furnished,
large stu io withfull
kitchen & 3/4 bath.
$900 mo F/US
WORK: Hurricane
resistant workshop with
electric, exhaust fan, fully
shelved. $300 mo. w/apt.
$500 mo. without apt.
PLAY: Central
Islamorada, walk to all.
305-481-5803


Simmaculate
Marathon Central 2/1.
Cute, remod, half duplex,
fen yrd, W/D hkup. F/US
Available 8-1. $1050/mo
plus util. 305-924-0436
Marathon/Coco Plum
Waterfront! 20 Coco
Plum Dr. 2/1 Unit $1200
no elec; 2/1 Unit $1100
w/util; 1/1 $900 w/util. For
info 305-871-4653
MARATHON EFF 1&2
Bedroom Aval. NOW
Rent starting at $750.
Call 395-9722 or
797-6984
Marathon Effcy Nice
neighborhood, incl water.
Next to canal. $800/mo.
Avail NOW. F/S
393-0190,743-0039
MARATHON
Efficiency Apt. W/D,
Cable. $600 incl util.
F/L/S (305) 393-0294
MARATHON/GRASSY
KEY EFFIC. furn. incl util
and cable, parking,
$700/mo 305-481-4301
Marathon Half duplex
Ige 1 bd, 1 ba. Waterfront,
dockage. totally remod-
eled. W/D. $1400 mo.
FLS. 481-5057
MARATHON Large 1/1,
unfurn, tile floors, quiet
area, washer hkup. $950
F/L/S lease, no smkrs/
dogs. (305) 731-6131
MARATHON Little
Venice, studio apt, furn
or unfurn. Avail. Aug. 1.
$850/mo, incl. util. F/L/US
305-289-4050
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fully furn.
305-289-0800


Marathon Oceanfront
2/1. Stove & refrigerator.
NO smoke/pets. Boat
dockage. $1300/mo inci
water. Immaculate!!
305-289-0790
MARATHON STUDIO
APT. $600/mo, incl elec
& water. 11324 2nd Ave.
743-6250
Marathopn New effic
Full kitchen, unfurnished-
Water & electric included.
Call DeeDee 289-6486
MM 100, Port Largo,
2/1, 1500 sq. ft. furn,
downstairs canal front,
W/D, C/A, $1500/mo,
(305)522-1927

Waterfront
MM 105 furn 2BR/1BA
downstairs apt. Ample
parking & dockage avail.
$1100 mo. +utils.
305-393-0851
MTHN-2/2 Furnished &
very clean. Quiet neigh-
borhood. 37.5' on clean
canal. $1700/mo
305-731-6739*
740 Roommates -
Rooms for Rent
MM 90 B/S share 2/1,
fully furn, W/D, cable,
DSL. No pets, no smok-
ing. $800 mo + 1/2 utils.
F/L/S 305-304-9565
750
Vacation Rentals

Islamorada Beautiful
2/2 stilt home. Boat ramp.
Monthly or weekly. Avail
now. 305-773-3950

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Vacation Rentals
Key Largo Summer or
winter rental 3BR/2BA or
2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954-885-9591
790 Business
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
houselstorage Unit
500 sf $400/mo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trial Rd. 305-522-5841
Islamorada MM 81 1400
sq. ft. of office space for
lease $1,500 mo. Equip-
ment & furnishings avail-
able. 305-522-5024
MARATHON grand level,
comp remod, US 1
across from airport.
1100 sq ft. $1600/mo.
Call Suzanne 395-0053
MARATHON Office
space. Most Prestigious
in Marathon, 12701
Overseas Hwy. 900 sq ft.
$1500/mo + tax. 1st
month free. John
305-743-9858 or
305-522-5841
Marathon Overseas
Hwy exposure. Great
location-3rd Generation
building, 700 sq ft.
$850/mo. 481-5057
MARATHON STORAGE
AREA. Ideal for
Construction company.
Also boats, trailers etc.
Call (305) 393-6878
Marathon Town Square
Mall. Retail/ Office space
for rent. Spaces from
450-1,800 sq ft. Newly
renovated bldg. Call
Linda at 305-304-5840
Retail/office available in
Key Largo MM 102.8 B/S
Great location. Approx
560 sq. ft. $750 mo. F/S
Share utils 305-619-0354
STORAGE SPACE
700 sq ft $550/mo.
Very secure. 6 month
min. lease, Stock Island,
305-304-8259
US1 at MM 94with 60'
Canal Frontage. 1200 sq.
ft. newly remodeled
Office/Retail. Lease or
purchase 630-675-8711

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale

A Sellers, List for as
low as 1.5% Buyers get
up to $5000 rebate.
keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
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810
Homes for Sale
Coco Plum Tropical
Elegance! 4br, 5ba, over
4100 sq ft living area! 95'
dock, pool, 2.car garage
above flood. $1,625,000.
Owner/Realtor. Call Nick
305-522-6567 Realtors
offered 3.5% commission
FLORIDA KEYS RV &
LOT VACATION
HOMES Starting at
$850/mo. (with approved
credit). Own your own
piece of Paradise.
www.breezypinesrv.com
305-797-5184



Islamorada 2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$349K. Call Cheryl
706-633-9042 Century
21 All Keys Inc,
(305) 395-0383
Lake Front Townhouse
Homestead, 20 mi to Fl.
Keys! 3/2 + garage,
clubhse, pool, gym,
$229K. $1 OK cash back
at closing! See pcs:
owners.com, listing id#
wpa7388, 786-586-4341
Long Key Waterfront
3Bd/2Ba CBS. 2 story,
concrete dock, seawall,
boat ramp. $535K.
386-439-9622 .
MARATHON FOR SALE
BY OWNER, CBS home,
2 bed, 2 bth, below ap-
praised value. 483 110th
St. (305) 731-6075.
See pics @ www.
owners.com/WTP7913
812 o Mobile Homes
for Sale
Lot & trailer MM 101
Calusa. Exc price, loca-
tion & condition. Ask
$180,000,786-399-3948
Marathon lbd mobile,
readytomove in.
$16,000. Lot rent
$400/mo & utils. Owner
Fin. Avail. to qualified
buyers.305-743-2996
Mrthn-Owner Financing!
2/1, ocean view. You
own the land!
Motivated seller!!
$168,888 Ron, 872-4144
Palm Habor Homes
Factory Liquidation
Sale!!! Modular, Mobile &
Stilt homes. 0% DOWN
when you own your land.
Call for FREE Color
Brochures
1-800-622-2832


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880 Lots Acreage
for Sale
Bahamas Lots for sale.
$39K & up. Waterview,
Waterfront & Hilltops.
Power & water avail.
Financing if needed.
863-293-2740
dlipscol @tampabay.rr.
corn
Big Pine Key, Canal Lot,
build today, Drs. Arm,
new section. PERMITS
IN HAND, cleared 60' X
100' By Owner, motivat-
ed seller. 954-396-2292
Coral Keys Village MM
62.9 Oceanside. 115'
+/- water frontage. 8800
sf. buildable lot (duplex).
2 Rogos available +
Development letter from
county. H.O.A. sell by
owner. No agents please.
Roz, 402-960-0206
FOR SALE 2 LARGE
Pull thru RV lots, In
Calusa Campground,
Key Largo, $165K each,
708-334-6810
Lot in ROGO-Sombrero
Beach, corner lot, incl
plans for 4/3, 2100 sq/ft.
2 story home. W/1 500 sq/
ft up, 2/2 with lake view,
and legal 600 sq/ft 2/1
down. $80K. Call
908-472-3046 or
732-606-1585
NORTH FL-40 ACRES
Minutes to town, near
Blue Spring and Swanee
River. $7,000 per acre.
786-564-9988
Ocala area 8.65 acre
Secluded yet only
10 min to town. Will trade
for equal or greater value
property/home with dock-
age, in the Keys. Call
Terry @954-321-1642
Email: al ugsi@aol.com
895
Miscellaneous

M Listing
RV LOT & NEW PARK
HOME, 400 sq ftw/loft,
next to deer refuge in Big
Pine. Only $149,000.
256-283-6469



3 MARATHON TBR's for
sale; $65,000 each plus
transferfee. Call or email
305-522-6567
welandri..i t llsoujtn.net

1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats
17' MAKO 1974
2007 Cont. trailer, fish-
finder, all new wiring,
new paint. $7000 OBO
305-360-2344

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1150
Power Boats


1150
Power Boats
18' New Fishing Skiff
Cust hand bit, composite
construction, trimmed in
mahag w/teak cockpit.
Must see! 305-664-2744
21' RELEASE 2001
1997 175 HP Merc.
Garmin FF, Radio, $8000
OBO, 321-242-8971,
Duck Key
22.5' OSPRAY Aqua-
sport, Oceanpro 225
Evinrude, t-top, riggers,
baitwell, electronics.
Ready to fish! Must see,
make offer. Jim
305-797-0056
25' TIARA New Eng.
Has less 30 hrs. Exc.
Shape, I/O, Tuna Tower,
w/contrqls. comes on a
very nice triple axle alu-
minum trailer. $11,300 or
Trade for Truck or what-
ever. 849-7705 MTHN
30' ISLAND HOPPER
1988, USCG COI,
14 Divers, Repowered
2002, Cummins 315.
$62K. Call 727-531-9101
30' Stamas-Reblt diesel,
new top w/isinglass,
uphol, shore pwr, A/C,
batt, GPS. EC! $27,500
obo. Dave, 664-1982



34' CRUSADER
671 Detroit Diesel, Hull
solid, as.is cond. USCG
Documented. Key West
$6500. 305-294-3504


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2001 PURSUIT 2870 CC
T 200 Yamahas HPDI
Icom VHF, North Star
GPS, Furno DF, Clarion
CD Stereo, Outriggers,
Windlass, on Board
Charger. Located in Isla-
morada, FL Keys.
901-484-0480 $36,900
CREST PONTOONS
Everwonder where
all the Crest Pontoons
came from? Ft. Myers.
800-955-7543

1170 Outboard-
Inboard Engines

2007 SUZUKIDF300
4 Stroke. Complete w/
controls. 236 hrs, with 5
yrs & 4 mo left on warr.
$16K. Call 352-875-0294

1180
Dock Rentals/Sales



BEAT THE HEAT
Special Summer rates,
Sombrero Marina/D'side
Roy/Ron 743-0000
Liveaboard dockage in
Key Largo MM 99, bay-
front w/beach, laundry/
showers, sunset views.
3'6" draft restriction. Must
be in good cond. $600
per month + util.
305-942-6225.
Marathon-Live Aboard
Slips, Coco Plum Bch. 4'
dpth, $450mo + elec. W/
yrly Ise 2 free mo! Marcy,
289-6505 CBSchmitt RE
MM90 DEEP WATER
Dockage, up to 60 ft. 50
amp service, $500/mo.
772-546-5855
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731-3386_

1190
Miscellaneous

16x48' HOUSEBOAT
Completely redone in/
out, all new full sz kit
appl., 1Br1Ba, perf cond!
$60K. (305) 393-7551
1977 34FT. Crusader
300 HP Cummins; 400
fuel. S/S sternhauler. Ac-
tive Gulf Reef permit w/
VMS installed. $39K Call
G. Alberts 850-672-0070
1983 GIBSON FIBER-
GLASS HOUSEBOAT
New, w/out eng or gen.
2 bdrm, galley, head,
shower, A/C, shore fresh
water, REDUCED: $10OK.
305-394-2002
AA Dave buys permits
SoAtl Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf reef, K/Mack, shark,
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hrs! 904-262-2869
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1190
Miscellaneous


ATjr9h"1ON!
All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
buy or sell! Please call for
prices. Licensed & Bond-
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321-784-
5982 or 321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
BOAT SLIP $10 ft.
STORAGE for RV's,
boats and trailers.
$100/mo. Key Largo.
305-451-1586
BROWNIES THIRD
LUNG used 3 times,
2 divers to 60 ft. like new,
$1600 OBO,
305-522-3801
GULF REEF
Commercial and
Charter Boat Permits.
Ready to Transfer. Call
Cptn Mike 361-356-1172
Liveaboard Docks
Mrthn, covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731-3386
LOBSTER
CERTIFICATES
$60 ea. Call Richie,
(305) 942-9835
LOBSTER CERTS (925)
$50 ea. 31' lobster boat,
Stapleton, 2-1/2 yr old
eng. low hrs. $30K. (305)
664-9968 or481-5169
MICK'S MOBILE AUTO/
MARINE SERVICE
I/B, O/B's, fiberglass,
painting, electrical, trailer
repair, bottom painting.
872-1290 or 240-0356
Mthn-Marine Storage:
boat trl, campers, any
clean storage ok on
wheels. $3 ft yr; $4 '6 mo
$5 ftmo.Emil731-. 386
TWIN DISC TRANSMIS-
SION MG507 inline shaft,
1.5 to 1 ratio. $1000. 305-
451-3916/305-522-0260
WANTED: Trap puller,
table, platform, etc. Also
single, South Atlantic
Snapper Grouper permit.
920-740-7037

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vanstrucks.
Running or not.
Call 305-332-0483.

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1350
Automobiles

2006 SAAB 9-3, BLUE
4D Sedan ,30K miles, un-
derwarr. Great mileage!!
Power windows/locks/
seat, leather int., CD,
new tires. EXC COND!!
$15,250 305-522-5841

1370 Trucks *
SUVs- Vans a

01 DODGE P/U TRUCK
69k Miles Extra clean,
V-6 A/C $5800
(305) 289-9884
04 F250, 4 X 4, Super
Duty, 6.0 turbo Diesel,
Lariet Edition, 4 door,
long bed. 43,000 mi.
White. Towing pkg.
$20,000 OBO.
305-942-1867 after 5 pm.
06 CHEVY 2500
Utility pickup w/ladder
rack. 11K miles. Great
cond. $18Kobo.
305-743-6098
06 GMC SAVANNAH -
Cut away, w/14ft, box,
Tommy Lift gate. Less
than 4000 miles; under
warranty. $30K 743-6596
06 RANGER, WHITE,
18K miles, supercab,
CD, bedliner; small V6,
great mileage, warranty,
EC $14,900 289-8844
99 DODGE VAN
With trailer package. V8,
double A/C. Good shape!
61K miles. $3590.
S(305) 289-7588
1984 3000 gal. fuel
truck. Fair condition.
Best offer. Call Florida
Keys Mosquito Control
(305) 289-3700
1380 Campers-
Recreational Vehicler-
C* HOLIDAY RVS e *
Consignments & storage
for RVs, TTs & boats.
Pick up & delivery avail.
$$$ 305-451-4555 $$$
ONLY $19,500 OBO
Only 39k miles. Must
Sell, 31 Ft. Motorhome,
ready to go. See at Capt.
Jacks #19. MM 104.
Call 754-234-6600
'97 Pace Arrow 33' Ford
w/C.C., 37K mi. 5K Onan
gen, a/c, heat, awning,
many options! Self-con-
t'd. $8550. 305-393-5902

1390
Miscellaneous

2002 60' Modular Trailer
Good condition. Best
offer. Call Florida'Keys
Mosquito Control
(305) 289-3700
2007 ENCLOSED trailer,
18x'x5.5', V-nose, 2
axle, w/ brakes, used two
times. Exc. cond. $4600
OBO. 305-522-3801


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