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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: August 23, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 2008 I CONTENTS ,
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Wyland the man, the
brand makes an Olympic
splash with hius 100th "whal-
ing %wall" painted in Beijing.
Womenfest women and bik-
ers are headed down U.S. 1
to Key West next month
(though not at the same nime),
and the first team of citizen-
scientists is heading out to do
reef rehab in Key Largo. All
this and more in L'Attitudes,
starring on Page 27.



Profiles online
For brief candidate pro-
files. go to www\.keysnet
.com/news and click on the
stories "Primar) election
could change CountN
Commission makeup,"
"Sheriff candidates
NMandina, Davis in final
spnnt," "Five vie for one
Florida Keys judgeship" and
"Three take on 16- ear
Mosquito Control conmmir-
stoner.
Where to vote
Find out where and when
to cast your ballot on
Page 2.



Business ............... 20
Clas'sifieds .......... .... 43
Living ..... ......22
Obituaries ..... ..... 19
Opinion ............ .6
Sports/Outdoors .......37
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BACK IN BUSINESS: Passengers from the first cruise ship back to Key West since the Aug. 17
visitor evacuation walk toward shore on Thursday. Tropical Storm Fay left little damage in
the Keys, but resulted in about $10 million lost revenue for the island chain's tourism
industry, according to the Tourist Development Council.



FOUR BODIES



FOUND FLOATING


Law enforcement
searching for clues
to grisly findings
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Four bodies were found float-
ing off the Upper Keys Thursday
and Friday, and law enforcement
was scrambling to find clues to
how they got there.
The U.S. Coast Guard "does
not have any outstanding reports
of' overdue boats or missing


boaters," said Petty Officer
Jennifer Johnson from the
agency's Miami public informa-
tion office. "Right now, there is
no indication where they came
from."
She said staff at Coast Guard
Sector Key West is looking at
current and drift patterns in an
effort to determine a possible
point of origin but results were
not available Friday.
It's "certainly possible the
bodies are in some way related
but it would be impossible to say
for sure at this point," said Becky


Herrin, spokeswoman for the
Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
The first two bodies, one
found Thursday and the other
Friday, were in the same general
area off Islamorada. Both were
badly decomposed. The third
body was found Friday several
miles off Key Largo.
A "distinctive ring" worn by
the first victim is the best clue so
far, according to Sheriff's Office
homicide detective Terry Smith.
The body has been identified as a
man but "a specific description is
difficult because of damage to the


See BODIES / 5


VW.KEYSNET.COM 1 25 CENTS


Primary


finally


arrives

11% of voters
have already
cast their ballots
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Tuesday's Election Day but
,already, 11 percent of registered
Monroe County voters .have cast
ballots.
That bodes well for a high
turnout, Supervisor of Elections
Harry Sawyer says.
"I think we're going to do
'pretty well," he said. "I'm pre-
dicting turnout will be up in the
mid-40 percent. The driving
force here is the judicial race
because it's on all three ballots."
Republican voters can cast
ballots in three County
Commission primaries, one for
sheriff and one for Mosquito
Control District. There's also a
Democratic primary for
Mosquito Control.
All voters can vote in the
Circuit Court and School Board
races because those are nonpar-
tisan.
As of Friday, 11 percent of
the electorate, or 5,168, had
voted through absentee ballot or
early voting. The county has
47,282 registered voters -
18,206 Republicans and 16,891
Democrats.
Five candidates are running
for the Group 4 Circuit Court
seat and Sawyer says he doesn't
expect a clear winner Tuesday.
If that's the case if no one
gets more than 50 percent of the
vote the two receiving the
most votes advance to the Nov.
general election.
The candidates to replace the
retiring Sandra Taylor are
Richard Behr, Manny Madruga,


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Keys News


Runoff for judge expected


IBEACH ADVISOIE


Dr-TuCiDEu i-rVIP- EAuT '-S" J L The Monroe County
S_ Health Department tests
ATE H L ELECTION / From 1 Keys nearshore water
SAT. 91 79 ELECTIONW here to vote quality each week for ele-
SUN. 90 80 vated levels of enteric bac-
TUES. 9 80 andiuli Margalli, Tegan Slatonk Following are polling sites Precinct 16: First Baptist teria. The following beach-
TUES. 91 80 and Mary VandenBrook. for Tuesday's election. Voters Church, 300 Key Deer Blvd., es have health advisories
Forecast: Expect partly runoff," Margalli said, adding should check their registration Big Pine Key. against swimming due to
cloudy skies with a r that it's a tough race to call. cards to verify their sites Polls Precinct 17: Moose Lodge' stormwater runoff from
chance of hundestorms. "There's too many candidates. are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wilder Road. Big Pine Key.' Tropical Storm Fay:
Evchaeryone's taking votes Photo ID is required. Precinct 18: American Fort Zachary State
from someone else." Legion. 4115 Overseas High- Park, Key West.
I Llll_ "It's going great," Madruga Precinct 1: Jaycees Club- way, Marathon Simonton Street
said. "I'm excited, looking for- house, 3825 Flagler Ave., Key Precinct 19: First Baptist Beach, Key West.
Upper Keys ward to Tuesday. And I want to West. Church.200 62ndSt., Marathon. South Beach, Key
91655 Overseas Highway congratulate all the candidates Precincts 2 and 3: Key Precinct 20: Presbyterian West.
Tavernier, FL 33070 who have worked so hard." West High School, 2100 Flagler Kirk of the Keys Church, 8877 Higgs Beach, Key
Newsroom.......(305) 853-7103 "I feel really good about the A.e. Overseas Highway. Marathon. : West.
Advertising.......(305) 852-3216 race," said Vander-Brook, who Precinct 4: Martin Luther Precinct 21: Marathon Smathers Beach, Key
Fax....................(305) 853-1040 answered her cell phone King Community Pool, 300 Moose Lodge,' 11601 1st Ave., West.
Fax.....................(305) 852-0199 between door-to-door calls Cathenne St., Key West. gulf. Marathon Bahia Honda State
Friday. "I'm getting a good Precinct 5 Old C.it Hall, Precinct 22:. Key Colon\ Park.
Marathon response." 510 Green St., Ke) West Beach City Hall. 1600 W Ocean *Veteran's Beach, mile
3015 Overseas Highway "I'm fairly optimistic that Precinct 6: St. MarO's Drive. Key Colony Beach. marker 40.
(PO. Box 500158) come Tuesday, I'll be one of Convent, 724 Truman Ave.. Key Precinct 23: Marathon Sombrero Beach;
Marathon, FL 33050-0158 the two left standing," Behr West. Moose Lodge, 11601 1st Ave Marathon.
Newsroom......(305) 743-551 said. Precinct 7: Moose Club, gulf, Marathon. Coco Plum Beach,
Advertising...... (305) 7435551 Three incumbent county 700 Eisenhower .Drive, Key Precinct 24: Islamorada Marathon.
Fax...................(305) 743-6397 commissioners are on the GOP West library, mile marker 81.7, 4 Curry Hammock
Fax................(305) 743-9586 ballot, and how the vote goes Precinct 8:. Glad Tidng Islamorada.. State Park, Crawl Key.
could easily reshape the con- Tabernacle. 1209 United St., Precinct 25- Plantation B
Key West stitution -of the current com- Key West. Key Courthouse, mile marker slamorada. .
2720-A N. Roosevelt Blvd mission. Precinct 9: Senior Citizens 88.8. Plantation Key + Library Beach,
Overseas Market "It's going to be a close Plaza Audiorium, 1400 L Precinct 26: Immanuel Islamorada.
Key West, FL 33040 race, there's no doubt about Kennedy D e, Key West. Lutheran Hrry Harris Park,
Newsroom ......(305) 296-6989 it," District 1 incumbent Dixie S Precinct 1h. Church of 90.. Tavernier.
Advertising...... (305) 296-6989 Spehar said. "But it's been a Jeus Christ of atter Day Precinct 27Elks John Pennekamp
Fax................... (305) 296-1924 lot of fun, actually. I know that Saints, 3424 Northside Drive, milemarker925, gulf. TaernReef State Park, Keier
change is trendy right now, but Key West. Precinct 28: American Coral Reef State Park, Key
E-mail I hope t he v others' decision is Precinct 11: Key West Legion, mile marker 99.5, Key Largo.
keynoter@keynoter.com based on knowledge and expe- Baptist Temple, 5706 Maloney Largo. Key Largo
rience." Ave., Stock Island. Precinct 29: Key Largo
Missing yourpaper? Her opponent is 'Kim Precinct 12: Big Coppit Civic Club, mile marker 100,
If your newspaper is not Wigington, who challenged ire Station, lemar af L Monday: County
delivered by 6:30 a.m. (7:30 Spehar four years ago, as well. Keyfirestaion, mile mSarker Largoecincts 30 a nTrade Winds Commission (repeat), 5 p.m.
a.m. weekends, holidays) The winner goes on to face Keyfire station, Plamile marker 18, Largo libra e Tuesday: Primary
call (305) 743-5551, ext. 12, Democrat Bill Estes in Sugarloaf Key. Plaza mile marker 101.5, Key election coverage, 7 p.m.
before 10 a.m. for redelivery. November. Sheriff's Office substation, mile Precinct 32: Key Largo
On weekends or after hours, "I'm extremely encour-
call toll-free 1-800-441-0444. aged," Wigington said. "And marker 21. Baptist Church, 835 Largo
people are paying attention to Precinct 15: Sea Base, Road, Key Largo.
pel arepayin attentionto miler marker 23.8, Summerland Precinct 33: Academy at o5 a
FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN what's going on in the county, Key. Ocean Reef, North Key Largo.
8756-6427, USPS# 0201-620) is which I think is really impor- ey. Ocean Reef, North Key Largo.
published semi-weekly by Rorlda tant."
Keys Keynoter, PRO. Box 500158, Two-term commission
Marathon, Florida 33050-0158. incumbent Sonny McCoy was comment Friday. But chal- Sheriff Rick Roth. They are Keys Information Station
Subscription rates are $37.63 In Keys Information Station
the Keys. Your Keynoter home coy about predicting the out- longer Gary Bauman said he's Ken Davis, a retired federal Channel 5 News
delivery subscription includes come of his race against polit- optimistic, agent, and Phil Mandina, an
Keys Sunday and the Sunday ical newcomer Carlos Rojas. "My no-new -taxes message attorney and reserve law Monday- Friday
edition of The Miami Herald. The winner of their District 3 is really hitting home," he enforcement officer. The win- 6:00 pm.
Keynoter mail subscrptions:- primary faces Democrat said. ner faces Democrat Bob :00
$47.70 In Florida and $45 out-of- 1 8:00 p.m.
state. Please call for all other Heather Carruthers and nonaf- The winner faces nonaffili- Peryam and nonaffiliated. Bob
rates, including overseas mail. filiated Sloan Bashinsky in the ated Sal Guiterrez in Horan and Sandra Downs in 9:00 p.m.
Periodicals Postage Paid at fall. November. the fall. Keys news daily
Marathon, Florida and additional "I have no feel for it," The other race most people Today's the final day for from the staff of
mailing offices. McCoy said. "I have to wait are watching is the GOP pri- early voting. It runs from 8:30 The Keynoter,
POSTMASTER: Address changes until the electorate has spo- mary for sheriff. a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the elec- The Reporter and
to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO ken." Two retirees, both with long tions offices in Key West, Keys Sunday,
BOX 500158, MARATHON, FL In District 5 in the Upper but diverse backgrounds in law Marathon and Tavernier, and on Comcast Cable,
,330-8 ., Keys, incumbent Sylvia enforcement, seeking the seat the Big Pine Key and Key ..
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Keys News


Cle raQ tour past


By DAN GALLAGHER


The Sea Horse Motel, originally built in the
early 1950s by the Bartelt brothers, changed its
appearance over time. This photo, dated 1959,
shows a flavor of Art Deco at this period. Note
also the very rudimentary road on the-right with


the truck approaching this is the beginning of
what is now Aviation Boulevard, now a major
road that grew to handle the development on the
north side of the airport. The Sea Horse Motel is
now part of the Coconut Cay Resort and Marina
complex located at 7196 Overseas Highway.
Photo by CHARLES ANDERSON


Storm


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aftermath
Key West, TDC waste
no time in prepping
for tourists' return
Designing duo wins
accolades for home
remodel
*The Hammocks' gets
Marathon's first green
lodging designation
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Strong exchanges


in race for sheriff


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Peryam defends
office: We're
professionals
By DAVID BALL
dball@keysreporter.com

Dozens of Keys candidates
gave their pitches at the -last polit-
ical forum before the primary,
held Wednesday in Key Largo.
But the candidates in the hotly-
contested campaigns for sheriff,
circuit court judge and state attor-
ney made the most noise by far.
In the sheriff's race, current
Sheriff's Office Capt. and 27-
year veteran Bob Peryam
responded to criticisms that there
is a perceived "good ol' boys"
culture in the department.
"I can guarantee you I'm not a
good old boy," Peryam said.
"We're a professional law
enforcement agency in Monroe
County one that I'm proud of."
Opponent Sandra Downs a
Cudjoe Key tree-cutting service
owner disagreed, talking
about what she said were misuses
of department equipment and
ethical violations by employees.
"The Sheriff's Office is one of
the most unbalanced businesses
in this county," Downs said. "I
am furious with what is going on.
It's not going to stop until they all
[good old boys] get out."
Candidate Ken Davis, a retired
Drug Enforcement Administra-
tion agent, was asked about
recidivism of inmates in Keys
jails, and said that the sheriff's
office should focus more on treat-
ment and cut benefits for inmates.
"Many violate the law for the
free health arid free dental
[care]," Davis said. "They're
criminals, and they have to pay
for it. We should not be a yacht
club for these people."
Candidate Phil Mandina, a
lawyer and former police officer,
spoke about ending high officer-
turnover rates.
"We have a 25 percent
turnover in employees that costs
us two to three million dollars a
year," he said.
In the race for the open Circuit
Court judge seat, which has his-
torically handled family court
cases, each of the five candidates,
focused on their experience with'


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family law.
Richard Behr, an attorney
with the Vernis and Bowling law
firm, said his practice focused on
family law and he has more expe-
rience in federal court, family
court and in civil trials than his
opponents.
Manny Madruga, an assistant
Monroe County state attorney,
said for more than 17 years he's
handled cases involving abused
and murdered children. He also
talked about his role as president
of the Boys and.Girls Club.
Jiulio Margalli, a former assis-
tant public defender now in pri-
vate practice, said the open judge
seat might not always deal with
family law, although he does
have experience in front of fami-
ly law judges and in making pay-
rolls for his business.
Tegan Slaton, a special magis-
trate for Key West also with a pri-
vate law practice, said he brings
the only quasi-judicial experi-
ence to the ticket, and has worked
to make sure single parents in the
Keys can feed their children and
has the endorsement of many
Keys lawyers.
Mary Vanden-Brook, a
Monroe County trial court
administrator, said she was
uniquely qualified for the judge-
ship after helping to create the
family court system used
throughout the county and man-
aging a $5-million budget with
50 court employees.
In the state attorney race, chal-
lenger Dennis Ward said he was
unhappy with a tendency for the
office to plea bargain out of trying
cases and with the pay of prose-
cutors compared to management.
"Their pay scale is very top
heavy," Ward said. "We need to
evaluate those salaries and pay
the men and women who are
fighting in the trenches."
Incumbent State Attorney
Mark Kohl was asked to respond
to criticism of his office being
"soft" on prosecuting domestic
violence cases, which he said
wasn't the case.
"They are wrong. You need to
take a look at the record," Kohl
said. "Domestic violence cases
are very difficult cases...[but]
',ve, rie.d. them and supervise
them."






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Keys News


Budget hearings


start Wednesday


Following are scheduled
budget hearings for taxing agen-
cies in Monroe County. Call the
appropriate agency or govern-
ment for times.
Monroe County School
Board: Wednesday, Marathon
High School; and Sept. 9, Coral
Shores High School, Tavernier.
Key West City Com-
mission: Sept. 3 and 16, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene St.
Key Colony Beach City
Commission: Sept. 8 and 15, City
Hall, 600 W. Ocean Drive.
Layton City Commission:
Sept. 4 and 12, City Hall, mile
marker 68.3.
Islamorada Village
Council: Sept. 15 and 22,
Islamorada Fire Station, mile
marker 81.5.
Marathon City Council:
Sept. 4 and 11, Marathon


Government Center.
Key Largo Fire Rescue and
Emergency Medical Services
Board: Sept. 8 and 15, Fire
Station 24, mile marker 100.
+ Monroe County Com-
mission: Sept. 10 at the Key
Largo library, mile marker 101.4;
Sept. 17 at the Marathon
Government Center; and Sept. 24
at the Harvey Government
Center, Key West.
South Florida Water Man-
agement District: Sept. 10, 3301
Gun Club Road, West Palm
Beach.
Florida Keys Mosquito
Control Board: Sept. 15 at
Mosquito Control office, mile
marker 100.7; and Sept. 22 at
Mosquito Control office, 5224
College Road, Stock Island.


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body by sharks and by general
immersion in the water," Herrin
said.
The condition of the corpse
"makes it impossible to deter-
mine clearly what may have
caused the man's death," Herrin
said. "An autopsy will be done
sometime in the next few days."
The victim was a "white male
with dark hair, 2 to 3 inches
long," according to the sheriff's
office. "He appears to be stocky
in build and was wearing a dis-
tinctive ring on his left hand."
Details of the ring were with-
held for investigative purposes.
"That information [may] help
with the identification process,"
Herrin said.
The second body's gender
could not be positively con-
firmed. Smith "says he cannot
confirm if the second body is
male or female due to the condi-
tion of the body," Herrin said.
"He also cannot say for sure how
long each of the two bodies have
been in the water, although it
could have been several days."
Both were found by lobster
fishermen.
No details were available
about the third or fourth bodies


other than they were found sever-
al miles off Key Largo.
The first body was spotted
around 4:20 p.m. Thursday, about
a mile off the oceanside of the
Channel 5 Bridge. A Coast Guard
boat reached the scene first.
Boats from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission and the Sheriff's Office
also responded.
The second body was seen
floating early Friday about three-
quarters of a mile off the ocean-
side of Indian Key, a few miles
north of the first grisly discovery.
Both were found by lobster
fishermen.
They make five bodies dis-
covered floating off the Keys this
summer.
In July, a woman's body was
found near the Seven Mile
Bridge in Marathon. It had been
weighted down with weightlift-
ing plates.
The body was later identified
as Eliett Jarquin, 28, a Miami
mother of two. Authorities began
searching for her husband,
Francisco Jarquin, 30. He later
surrendered in his native
Nicaragua and reportedly con-
fessed to the murder. Jarquin and
his brother threw the body off the
,bridge, police said.


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KEYNOTER


Kys Opinion


Fay proves insurance

models aren't reliable

Fay may fade in memory but its soggy, zigzag path of
destruction will survive in the history books.
With a fourth landfall threatened today, Fay will prove to be
Florida's wettest tropical storm ever.
And those who use storm tracks and damage claims to calculate
future insurance risks and rates must be scratching their heads.
Friday's Miami Herald editorialized on the lessons learned
and concluded Fay proves that no region of the state is immune
from high winds and flooding that accompany powerful storms:
"Fay is the latest example of why Florida should impose a
statewide hurricane-resistant building code like those adopted
by Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach [and Monroe]
counties."
But powerful construction interests have thwarted previous
efforts to impose a tougher building code statewide, and the irony
is that all Florida property owners pay for that in higher rates.
Ironically, Fay's torrential downpours brought flooding. And
damage from rising water is covered by the federal flood insur-
ance program for those who sign up. Unfortunately, many who
live in the state's interior don't bother, assuming wrongly, of
course that they have little exposure to coastal storm effects..
Florida's two U.S. senators are on record favoring a national
windstorm insurance plan. But there's not enough support in
Congress because inland states and their representatives see lit-
tle benefit sharing in a national risk pool to set rates for wind-
storm insurance.
Last week, representatives from Fair Insurance Rates in
Monroe testified before the Florida Commission on Hurricane
Loss Projections Methodologies. What they had to say is
important now as we look back at Fay and other Florida storms.
FIRM has been arguing for three years that hurricane risk
models employed by insurance companies are faulty and don't
adequately account for damage caused by storm surge versus
damage caused by wind.
Al Sachs, a retired engineer and FIRM board member, testi-
fied in June at a Citizens Property Insurance Corp. hearing in
Key West.
He said the complicated computer models the insurers use
are all suspect when the best data for setting rates is right
before our noses: "Why not go on claims ... what's already
available?"
A very good question, indeed, and made all the more timely
given our recent experience with Fay. Let's see if state regulators
and the insurance industry finally get together on a rational
approach instead of using the voodoo models they employ now.

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Last Stand issues challenge to preserve environment


EDITOR:
Publisher Wayne Markham's Aug. 16 column
about Last Stand challenging a recent South
Florida Water Management District decision to
issue a permit that would allow the county to fill
a salt pond at Key West International Airport con-
tained some very basic factual errors, including
the bizarre statement that "the runway work has
already been done. The pond is gone and the
county did the required mitigation."
Obviously if this were true, the county would
not now be applying for the permit, and Last
Stand would not be opposing it. In actuality, the
wetland filling and mitigation have not already
been done, and the Duck Pond has not been
destroyed, but continues to provide a rare natural
habitat on Key West.
The Salt Ponds form Key West's largest
remaining open space, and the Duck Pond is a
part of the original natural salt pond, site of a
salt-works industry in the early 1800s. With its
limited tidal circulation and extreme seasonal
variations, the Duck Pond provides a unique
habitat for fish and wildlife.
It continues to function as a true salt pond
while all the other ponds in. the Salt Ponds area
are now fully tidal. In the wet season, water lev-
els are high and salinities low, supporting flocks


of teal and other migratory waterfowl that gave
the pond its name. In the dry season, when water
levels are low and salinities are high, it provides
valuable habitat for wading birds and shorebirds.
Preserving the Salt Ponds has been a goal of
this community for more than 30 years.
In deciding to issue the permit, the South
Florida Water Management District acknowl-
edged .room to improve the project and reduce
wetland impacts. It encouraged the parties to con-
tinue working toward beneficial changes to the
planned project. Last Stand was instrumental in
an earlier decision to use an engineered material
to greatly reduce the extent of damage to man-
groves at the east end of the runway and believes
that by shifting the runway to the east, this proj-
ect can be modified to provide the desired safety
areas on the west end while avoiding all impacts.
to the Duck Pond.
We are willing to resolve the challenge and
urge the county to put the money it would spend
on a private law -firm and the attention it might
put into defending a still-flawed project into
modifying the project to one that we can all sup-
port.
-Al Sullivan, president
Last Stand
Key West


Lay off the firefighters, they're here for you


EDITOR:
I am writing in response to the many good,
concerned citizens of Marathon. I really don't
know where to begin, but here it goes.
People are so quick to put down Marathon
Fire Rescue. How many concerned citizens are
willing to put in countless hours of training and
testing to help someone you don't even know?
These men and women have gone through hours
of training, testing at the state level, so they are
as well trained as anyone else in the state.
Many complain if they see them in the store
buying food or whatever; they all have radios
and are ready at an instant to proceed to a call as
soon as it comes in.
It seems many people are all up in arms about
an unfortunate incident, that someone's house
burned down. Not all things can be saved.'When
people do dumb things, bad things happen. Did
anyone think about the safety of the firefighters?
If they had gone inside and the roof fell in on
them, would you have been happier? Would you
have felt better saying it was bad that they died


Toilets need more tech
EDITOR:
With American technology, men have gone to
the moon and back. We have put laboratories to
analyze the soil on Mars. We have computers
that have made our lives much easier. I wear an
atomic watch that knows when Daylight Saving
Time takes place.
So why can't someone make a toilet valve
that works properly?
Monty Davis
Key Largo


but they tried to save the house? How stupid is
that? Life is much more important than a house.
Has anyone tried to walk around in a com-
plete fire suit? I have had just the jacket on and it
is very heavy and hot. I can't even imagine wear-
ing a jacket, pants, boots, gloves, helmet and
breathing equipment, and then trying to run
while pulling a hose that's pushing an immense
amount of water pressure, while trying to contain
and put out a fire.
These men and women deserve our highest
appreciation for the dedication they show their
community. I applaud these men and women of
Marathon Fire Rescue for the great job they do.
I, for one, am very proud of them all.
Marilyn Geaneas
Key Colony Beach

Editor's note: The writer's son is assistant fire
marshal in Marathon.


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Keys Opinion


Saturday, August 23, 2008


Photo by STEPHEN FRINK
This is a lifeless body of a nurse shark that apparently was shot just
for sport at Snapper Ledge.

Snapper Ledge deserves
Sanctuary Preservation Area status


EDITOR:
Is there anything we can do
about the ongoing carnage that
anglers and spearfishmen are
doing at Snapper Ledge off
Tavernier? I ask because it is an
absolute gem of a reef, the
fishiest reef in the whole
Florida Keys, I think. But it is
open for any and all to take fish
there. There is only one moor-
ing buoy and I've seen it occu-
pied by boats teaching
spearfishing classes, and more
disturbing is what is being done
to the nurse sharks there.
I don't dive this spot all that
often, mostly just during my
photo classes, but now on three
separate occasions I've found
nurse sharks alive on the bot-
tom, but just barely. They'd
been speared for "sport" and
left to die. It took them several
days to finally die, but sure
enough, we found them later in
the week dead on the reef.
The past week it was even
more outrageous. I found a
nurse shark curiously lethargic
on the bottom on a Sunday. He
had been stabbed through the
head, and eviscerated. I looked
at his belly and the entrails
were hanging out. He was alive
but nothing anyone could do to


help that poor guy. Someone
probably caught him, stabbed
him, gaffed or sliced him, and
threw him back in to die.
I had 16 photo students with
me to witness this barbaric
travesty on a Sunday, and they
then were with me four days
later to find the white and life-
less corpse on the bottom,
tucked in next to the majestic
schools of grunt and snapper
we were there to celebrate. I
have photos of the whole series,
including the vibrant shark who
became detritus on the sea floor
by the act of some ignorant or
malicious person. It was pretty
outrageous, really.
.1I recommend this marquee
dive site be protected as a
Sanctuary Preservation Area,
SPA, just like Molasses Reef is
protected. There are plenty of
other places to spearfish off
Tavernier and Islamorada.
We're only talking about a few
hundred square meters that
need protection because clearly,
left to their own devices, uncar-
ing and uneducated cretins are
decimating the marine life there
for no good reason.
Stephen Frink
Key Largo


Davis, Zuelch, Unferth

should advance to November


On Aug. 26's primary election ballot, reg-
istered Republicans choose among six can-
didates vying for three County Commission
seats, two running for sheriff and two vying
for the District 1 Mosquito Control Board
seat. Those who win advance to the general
election Nov. 4.
Democrats will. also choose between two
District 1 Mosquito Control Board candi-
dates, and all registered voters get to cast
ballots for the School Board District 3 seat
and the Group 4 Circuit Court seat.
Wednesday's edition contained our
endorsements for County Commission and
the School Board.
In the District 1 County Commission
Republican primary, we recommend Kim
Wigington.
In the District 3 County Commission
Republican primary, we recommend Carlos
Rojas.
In the District 5 County Commission
Republican primary, we recommend Sylvia
Murphy.
In the nonpartisan School Board District 3
race, we recommend Duncan Mathewson.
Today, we look at the GOP primary for
sheriff, the Mosquito Control District and
the circuit court judicial race.

Sheriff
The race to replace
Sheriff Rick Roth is shap-
ing up to be a November
free-for-all, with the win-
'. .s ner of Tuesday's GOP pri-
mary facing -off against
Democrat Bob Peryam,
Perennial candidate Bob
Horan and non-affiliated
DAVIS Sandra Downs.
Republican voters will choose between a
frequent critic of the Sheriff's Office, Phil
Mandina, and former Drug Enforcement
Administration bureau chief Ken Davis,
who represents a fresh face in local politics.
Mandina has run three times against Roth
and lost three times. Roth retires this year after
18 years as the Sheriff's Office's top cop.
Davis has campaigned vigorously up and
down the Keys urging Republican voters to
choose new ideas and reshape local law
enforcement.
He is keen on reducing the pay gap
between top administrators and rank-and-
file deputies and detectives. He says he'll
find the money to close that gap by freezing
pay for the top ranks and trimming fat in the
agency's budget.
Mandina also focuses on pay and argues
his time as a street cop and consultant bur-


nish his credentials.
We like Davis' fresh ideas and think he'
ought to get the chance to promote his
vision in the four-way match coming in
November. Our endorsement for Tuesday's
primary goes to Ken Davis.

Mosquito Control
Both Democrats and
Republicans field candi-
dates for the District 1
Mosquito Control Board
'.o -fe seat held by incumbent
S.. Joan Lord-Papy, who is
running for her fifth term
after 16 years on the board.
Political newcomer
UNFERTH Chris Zuelch, an account-
ant, is challenging Lord-Papy on the
Democratic ticket.
Zuelch has focused on the bloated
Mosquito Control District budget, which
carries nearly 50 percent of its operating
expenses in reserves. If elected, he vows to
cut taxes and eliminate the
budget bloat.
Lord-Papy has long serv-
ice on the board. Now it's
time to bring in a new per-
spective on how best to run
^ Mosquito Control. On the
Democratic ballot, we
strongly endorse Zuelch.
ZUELCH Republican voters have
an even easier choice for the District 1 seat.
Pat Unferth brings a background as a sys-
tems analyst to the task and is clearly better
equipped than her opponent, Andy
Williams, to handle this job. On the GOP
ballot, we strongly endorse Unferth.

Circuit Court
There are five qualified candidates bid-
ding for the Monroe County Circuit Court
Group 4 seat being vacated by Judge
Sandra Taylor's retirement.
We won't endorse in this race because
there are three highly qualified and
respected attorneys vying for the job, any
of whom would make a fine judge: Manny
Madruga, Tegan Slaton, Mary Vanden-
Brook.
Richard Behr doesn't have the criminal
or trial background we think is needed.
And Jiulio Margalli says he'd have to take
a pay cut to serve as a judge. We'd rather
he stay in private practice, which may be a
better fit for him.


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ready to play
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Big Pine Key residents cele-
brated the end of a long wait
Friday with the official opening
of the Big Pine Key Park.
Monroe County Commissioner
George Neugent, whose district
includes the island, said he's been
working to get a park on Big Pine
since being elected to the commis-
sion in 1998.
"I'm really excited about it
opening up. Big Pine has always
felt like they've been a stepchild
in addressing their many needs.
Finally we have something
they'll be proud to call their
own," he said of the $5.56 mil-
lion project.
"People are very happy; there
is a lot of excitement about it,"
said Steve Miller, who chairs the
county's Parks and Recreation
Advisory Committee.
The park has a two-story com-


"It had a boat basin and a canal
right through the middle of it. We
had to wait for [the U.S.] Army
Corps [of.Engineers] to fill in that
canal and that held us up for a
year and a half," Neugent said.
But the wait ended Friday
with an afternoon ribbon-cutting
ceremony, which was followed
by tours of the community center.
The Big Pine Moose Lodge host-
ed a charity concession stand and
donated the proceeds to park
'activities.
"People are just saying what a
beautiful place it is and all it's
done to enhance the property val-
ues. They're excited to have a
park to go to," Neugent said.
Park hours are from 7:30 a.m.
to 8:30 p.m. daily.


Keys briefs


Islamorada, Marathon
see auto burglaries

Nine autos were burglarized
near Pearl Avenue and Tide
Avenue in Islamorada between
Wednesday night and Thursday
morning.
The Monroe County Sheriff's
Office says mostly cash was taken
from the unlocked cars but in one
instance, a purse with cash and
credit cards was stolen. In another
instance, an iPod Nano was stolen.
There has also been a spate of
auto break-ins in Marathon.
Deputy Becky Herrin says
three cars on Gulf Winds Lane


were broken into Aug. 4 or 5.
Loose change and tools were
stolen. The same two days, two
autos were burglarized, one of
cash and the other of a wallet, on
43rd Street. On either Aug. 11 or
12, a spare tire was stolen from a
car on Knights Key. And between
Aug. 18 and 20, a car was broken
into on Copa Del Oro and anoth-
er on Harbor Drive.
The Sheriff's Office recom-
mends always locking your car
doors, even if the vehicle is
parked in your driveway. Most
auto burglaries are crimes of
opportunity in which the suspect
simply walks around trying car
doors until.finding one unlocked.


Photo courtesy MIKE NALEPA
The $5.56 million Big Pine Key Park officially opened with a
ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday afternoon. The park, near.
mile marker 30 at the end' of Sands Road, offers a two-story
community center and numerous amenities.


munity center with a press box
and concession stand, basketball,
bocce ball and handball courts, a
hockey rink, playground, base-
ball field and multiple pavilions.
It will even have a skate park
managed by the Big Pine Athletic
Association.
Miller, who's president of the
Big Pine Athletic Association,
credits Neugent for seeing the
park built and said Big Pine resi-
dents have been asking for a park
and community center for more
than 10 years.
The park, near mile marker 30
at the end of Sands Road, is built
on a 10-acre parcel purchased by
the county for $2 million. From the
beginning, the former motel site
presented.problems, Neugent said.


Keynoter


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
PROPOSED ORDINANCE

The City Commission of the City of Key West, Florida, will consider the following ordinance
for adoption at a regular meeting and public hearing to be held at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be heard Wednesday, September 3, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, Amending Chapter 30 of the Code
of Ordinances entitled "False Alarms" by amending Section 30-1 through 30-9 to
provide for new fees consistent with costs; clearer, more user friendly definitions;
Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing
for an effective date.
This proposed ordinance may be read in its entirety at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall,
Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Any interested parties may
appear at the meeting/hearing noted above and be heard by the City Commission with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
If signing, special seating, or other accommodations are required, please call 809-3831 (TDD
number 809-1111) 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Pursuant to F. S. 286.0105, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
by the Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, that person'
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, that person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.


Cheryl Smith, MMC, CPM
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Keys News


Burnett: Raise fire budget


He also wants
to do away
with Causley
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon Fire Rescue needs
an additional $400,000 in the fis-
cal year starting Oct. 1.
So says City Manger Clyde
Burnett, who has added that
amount to his proposed budget to
bring spending for fire and emer-
gency medical services up to
$2.58 million from the current
$2.17 million.
At a budget workshop Tuesday,
Burnett said he plans to add an
employee to each eight-hour shift;
each shift now has six on staff.
He also plans to end the city's
contract with M.T. Causley Inc.,
which operates the city's
Building Department. Burnett
said bringing the department in
house will save the city $90,000.
Overall expenditures are
expected to increase $235,089 for
the next fiscal year, mainly due to
changes in Fire Rescue. The mill-
age rate is set at 1.500.
That means the. owner of a
house with an assessed taxable
value of $100,000 would pay
$150 in property taxes this com-
ing fiscal year, compared to
$142.43 in the current year.
However, property values have
gone down, so that $150 would
probably be lower.
For the tax rolls being certi-
fied for the coming fiscal year,
the median value of a single-fam-
ily home in Monroe County is
$513,574, according to the
Property Appraiser's Office.
Burnett has said the current
"hybrid" situation in the Building
Department Causley and city
staff makes it operate ineffi-
ciently, with two employees
answering to Causley and anoth-
er five to the city. .
"It's like having two masters,"
Burnett said. "I think it's more
responsible for everyone to be
responsible to the city and the cit-
izens of Marathon."
Councilman Don Vasil said
M.T. Causley owner Mike
Causley is scheduled to address
the council at Tuesday's regular
meeting.
Capt. Lisa Watson, who is
handling administrative duties
following the resignation of Fire
Chief Dale Beaver, told thecoun-,


cil adding what's called a Kelly
day will help the city attract fire-
fighters.
A Kelly day gives each fire-
fighter an extra 24 hours off duty
every three weeks. Burnett
favors it.
The majority of Fire Rescue
personnel lives on the mainland.
"We have a finite pool of
folks, so we have to look to ...
neighboring counties for these
folks to come down. Our job is to
make it even more appealing for
them to. come down here,"
Watson said.
Burnett said every other fire
department in the Keys offers a
Kelly day to applicants, making it
difficult for the city to compete
for their services'.
Other items discussed at the
workshop:
The council shot down a
plan by Burnett to budget for
health care for the five council
members. It would have cost
approximately $30,000 at $535
per month for each council mem-
ber. Vice Mayor Chris Bull said
with health benefits, a council
member's compensation, would
be more thah $28,000 per year.
"That seems a bit much for a
-little town," Bull said.
+ The city will increase the
amount it donates to nonprofit
organizations this year from
$75,000.to $90,000.
+ Burnett reported an
increase of 8 percent in the city's
health-care plan and a 27 percent
increase for dental insurance.

Keys briefs


Taxi driver held up
in the Middle Keys

A Marathon taxi driver
reported being robbed just
before midnight Wednesday.
The victim told Monroe
County Sheriff's Office Deputy
Gregg Johnson he was sitting in
his cab on 114th Street ocean
when two men approached him.
One stuck a gun in his face and
they demanded his money,
which he handed over, Deputy
Becky Herrin said. She said the
victim was unable to give a
detailed description of the sus-
pects because he said they were
wearing cloth over their faces.


This represents a cost increase of
more than $30,000.
Mooring balls at the City of
Marathon Marina will be inspect-
ed just twice a year instead of
four times, saving the city
$10,000 next year and $22,000
per year thereafter.



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Saturday, August 23, 2008 9


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the ONLY Republican candidate
with local law enforcement experience.


Phil Mandina


1' Experience at all levels of local
law enforcement including 3
years as acting police chief.

-, Licensed attorney.


30 year resident of Monroe
County.

-" Doctor of Jurisprudence.

- Experience in public outreach
and emergency preparedness.
,. Former member Fraternal Order
of Police and Police Benevolent


- The Opponent


X NO local law enforcement
experience. None.


X Retired Washington DC
bureaucrat.

X Resident about 3 years.


X Bachelor degree.

X No emergency management
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X No local law enforcement
affiliations.


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Meeting to be held on
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Keys News


Conservancy to burn 17 acres Wednesday


Controlled burn
will clear out
pine needles
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Nature Conservancy is
planning a controlled burn on its
Big Pine Key preserve
Wednesday the same type of
burn planned earlier this year by
the National Key Deer Refuge
that drew the ire of several envi-
ronmental groups.
Nature Conservancy Land
Conservation Program Manager


Allison Higgins said she has yet
to hear from Last Stand, the Big
Pine Key Civic Association, the
Key Deer Protection Alliance or
Pine Acres Conservation
Association about the 17-acre
burn. But that may be because
the Nature Conservancy's land is
completely different from the 30
acres of endangered Lower Keys
marsh rabbit habitat the refuge
planned on burning.
"The main rabbit habitat is
transitions zones and button-
wood marshland areas. The rab-
bits roam into different areas, but
they prefer and do best in those


zones," Higgins said. The Nature
Conservancy's land just south of
the St. Francis Church on Key
Deer Boulevard is pine rockland.
In January, activists prepared
a list of reasons the burn should
not be conducted and asked the
Everglades Law Center to help
stop the U.S. Fish & Wildlife
Service from doing it. The burn
was planned for January or
February, weather permitting.
The Nature Conservancy's
burn is to be done as part of a
land management program that
monitors species before and after
the fire to determine the fire's
effects. Higgins said fire benefits
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The Nature Conservancy's last burn was in 2003, on its Big Pine
Key preserve. The burns benefit the pine rockland habitat by
eliminating low-lying pine needles and palm fronds that block
sunlight from pineland plant species.


lying pine needles and palm
fronds that cut off light to
pineland plant species.
"Pine rocklands evolved with
fire, from the natural effects of
lightning, but also from the
human effects of settlers that
were here well before our time,"
she said. "If hot enough it will
reset the habitat so that it's
favorable for pineland species."
Higgins said 10 certified staff
members, three wildland engines
and one all terrain vehicle-
mounted pump will be under the
supervision of "burn boss" Chris
Bergh, director of the Nature
Conservancy's Keys burning
program. The burn will only take
place if certain criteria are met.
The Nature Conservancy will be


issued a permit the day of the
burn by the state Division of
Forestry.
"They look at the humidity,
past rainfall, wind speed, weath-
er forecast for the day...there is a
number of things," Higgins said.
"That's why they call it a pre-
scribed burn, because you have
to follow a prescription."
Higgins added that the post-
storm conditions will help make
the burn more manageable.
"We got so much fresh water
from Tropical Storm Fay that
it'll be a nice wet burn," she
said.
Higgins said five homeown-
ers with houses bordering the
Conservancy's land have been
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KIevs News


Saturday, August 23, 2008 11


Student count down from last year


More likely
to show up -
after Labor Day
By DAVID BALL
dball@keysreporter.com

Thousands of Keys students
returned to public schools
Wednesday after Tropical Storm
Fay briefly extended summer
break and pushed back the origi-
nal start date from Monday.
The first-day count in the
Keys showed 7,805 students,
down 51 from 7,856 students the
first day of last year's term.
Traditionally, more students
start attending school in Monroe
County following Labor Day, so
the first-day number is likely to
go up.
On June 11, School District
officials counted 8250 students
to close out the 2007208 school
year.
At Key Largo School,
Principal Annette Martinson said
she and teachers were excited
about the opening of the cafeteria
at the newly constructed elemen-
tary and middle school.


"We have enough seating for
three grade levels at one time,
and every 15 minutes one grade
leaves and another comes in,"
Martinson said. "Our old cafete-
ria only had enough room for one
grade level, so this is a real
treat."
Martinson said her first-day
enrollment was 916 students,
which is above last year's count
of 885 students.
Coral Shores High School
Principal Ron Martin said his
enrollment is expected to be very
close to the 737 students enrolled
at the end of last year.
At Coral Shores, Martin said
what's new this year is students
will be allowed to use cell
phones only during lunch period
and before and after school, and
iPods and other music and enter-
tainment devices are now prohib-
ited at school.
"The cell phone thing, that's
why we let them use them at
lunch. There are some times they
need to get a hold of somebody,"
Martin said. "With the iPods,
you're better off leaving them at
home. But' for athletic teams


going on trips, they can still use
them on the bus."
Vice Principal Blake Fry, in
charge of attendance and disci-
pline, said students seemed to
adjust well to the new policy,
although he's "sure we'll get test-
ed" more than a few times during
the year.
Martin said the students also
adjusted well to the new seven-
class, yearlong rotation, which
replaced the four-by-four block
schedule, in which students took
four classes the first half of the
year and four different classes
the second half.
"Students are students.
They'll be fine," Martin said..
"It's the adults you've got to
worry about."
Plantation Key School
Principal Vanessa Strickland said
the middle school students will
be treated to a new 30-minute
daily physical activity program
she calls a middle school
"recess."
"The [state] Department of
Education is still deciding
whether they want to make PE
class a requirement again,"
Strickland said. "What we've
done is take a proactive stance.


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
The new Marathon High School seniors started school in style
Wednesday, getting escorted to the campus by Marathon Fire
Rescue.


It's important with problems
with obesity and kids not getting
any activity during the day."
Strickland said half the stu-
dents in sixth, seventh and eighth
grades will eat lunch while the
other half has access to the
school's ball fields, courts and


recreation areas, then the stu-
dents will flip lunch and recess.
She said teachers cut three
minutes off each class and
shaved time between classes to
create the 30-minute space. "If it
helps kids to be healthier, it's a
good thing," she said.


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Canvassing of the absentee ballots for the August 26, 2008, Primary
Election will begin on Monday, August 25, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. at the
Supervisor of Elections Office, 530 Whitehead St., #101, Key West, Fl.

Harry L. Sawyer, Jr.
Supervisor of Elections
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Primaria del 26 de agosto, comenzard el lunes 25 de agosto del 2008
a las 9:00 a.m., en la Oficina del Supervisor de Elecciones, 530
Whitehead St, # 101, Key West, Fl.

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Kevs News






12 Saturday, Auaust 23, 2008


Keys News


Hotel idea gets cold reception in Key West


By SEAN KINNEY
Keynoter.Contributor

If Key West doesn't want it,
we're not going to build.
That's the message about a
proposed hotel Monroe County
Mayor Mario Di Gennaro
brought to the Key West City
Commission, which met in spe-
cial session Tuesday to hear about


the proposal.
Preliminary responses to
Monroe County's call for bids to
build hotels at the airports it owns
in Key West and Marathon
included a proposal from
Philadelphia-based PRA
Management Corp. to construct a
182-foot hotel in Key West.


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Work nears completion on the first phase of the new passenger terminal at Key West
International Airport. This is the skyway connecting the parking garage to the terminal itself. A
dedication ceremony is set for noon Sept. 17.


Atlanta-based Starwood/
Champ's proposal for a three-
story, 44-foot Westin in Key West
appears to have been tied to
what's already on the ground,
since the nearby new terminal
still under construction will be 47
feet high. The third proposal, sub-
mitted by IDC out of Georgia, is


for four floors at 51 feet high in
Key West.
If a developer is given the go-
ahead to build an airport hotel, a
percentage of the hotel's profits
would go to the county.
While city commissioners
applauded Monroe County's
efforts to generate revenue for
countywide constituents, they
voiced concern over the develop-
ment proposals and process.
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"My constituents' went into a
state of shock when they saw
these proposals ... and I have to
answer to my constituents,"
Verge said.
Di Gennaro said he, too, was
shocked at the hotel proposals.
"I give you my solemn word,
if this City Commission doesn't
like the development, I won't
vote for it," he said.
Then there are the matters of
stringent development codes and
the financial effect a new hotel
would have on current hotels,
especially in these down econom-
ic times.
Commissioner Dan Kolhage
said local hoteliers have told him
they are "adamantly opposed" to
an airport hotel.
"I've talked to a few owners in
the lodging industry and first and
foremost, they want a level play-
ing field," he said.
Jodi Weinhofer, president of
the Lodging Association of the
Florida Keys and Key West, "I
have spoken a lot with my mem-
bers and we understand the coun-
ty's need to utilize the land." But
she also voiced concern within
the lodging industry that such a
development would not be sub-
ject to obtaining building permit
allocations, would are required
for new development.
There are two proposals for a
hotel at Florida Keys Marathon
Airport. The County Commission
has said it wants to give
Marathon residents input on pos-
sible plans at that airfield but has
not scheduled a meeting to do so.


Keynoter


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
PROPOSED ORDINANCE

The City Commission of the City of Key West, Florida, will consider the following ordinance
for adoption at a regular meeting and public hearing to be held at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be heard Wednesday, September 3, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida'.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 70 of the Code of
Ordinances entitled "Traffic and Vehicles" by amending Article IV and adding Division
6 entitled "Employee Assistance Parking Program" providing for definitions, licensure,
requirements, prohibitions and penalties; Providing for severability; Providing for
repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.
This proposed ordinance may be read in its entirety at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall,
Monday'through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Any interested parties may
appear at the meeting/hearing noted above and be heard by the City Commission with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
If signing, special seating, or other accommodations are required, please call 809-3831 (TDD
number 809-1111) 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Pursuant to F. S. 286.0105, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
by the Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, that person
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, that person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
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Keynoter


Keys News


Camera fued turns violent


Charges include
robbery, false
imprisonment
Reporter Staff

A dispute over allegedly
stolen cameras led a Key
Largo woman to hold a 17-
year-old girl against her will
and beat her, according to the
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office.


Fugitives

found in

Virginia

Keynoter Staff

Anthony Cusimano and
Christina Stallings, who were
wanted in Key West on several
charges ranging from armed rob-
bery to grand theft, have been
found in Virginia where
they've been sitting in jail since
April.
On April 21, officers with the
Virginia Department of Game
and Inland Fisheries charged
Cusimano, 27, with grand larce-
ny and obstruction of justice.
Stallings, 31, is charged with
those two crimes plus credit card
larceny.
Details of the charges weren't
available but the pair is in the
Middlesex County (Va.) jail
awaiting trial.
In Key West, the pair is
accused of stealing a woman's
purse as she was walking down
Truman Avenue near Duval
Street on March 3. Stallings
allegedly grabbed the victim's
purse and Cusimano reportedly
threatened onlookers with a knife
before the two escaped on foot.
Key West detectives also con-
nected the two to a subsequent
boat burglary in which several
items were stolen, including a .22
caliber semi-automatic rifle with
dozens of rounds of ammunition,
police spokeswoman Christie
Phillips said.
Stallings has a local warrant
for robbery, while Cusimano has
warrants for armed burglary,
armed robbery, grand theft and
violation of the pawnbroker act.


Michelle
Martin, 33, is
charged with
S battery, rob-
bery and false
" imprison-
ment.
Reports
say deputies
MARTIN Tony Conde
and Sheila
Swindle responded to a home
at mile marker 94.6 at 6 p.m.
Tuesday and met the girl,
whose name was not given.
The girl reportedly told
deputies that earlier in the day
she received a call from
Martin, asking her to come
over to her house.
. The girl said Martin had
previously accused her of
stealing cameras from her. But
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tion. But when the girl arrived
at Martin's house, Martin
began yelling at her and
wouldn't let her leave,
deputies say.
Martin and another woman
then reportedly began hitting
the 17-year-old.
The alleged victim said that
during the fight, Martin's dog
bit her, and then Martin put the
victim in a bedroom and, with
the other woman, took turns
watching her. The girl said
they took her cell phone and
wouldn't let her call for help.
The 17-year-old told police
a friend of hers eventually
showed up at the house and
gave her a ride home. When
the girl began to walk away
from the house, Martin report-
edly grabbed her and dragged
her on the ground. She said she
was eventually able to get in
her friend's car and go home.


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Gastesi: Aim
is to increase
recycling rate
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com


The days of rolling over con-
tracts for trash hauling in the
Keys could be over.
Wednesday, the County
Commission decided to seek bids
on expiring contracts in the unin-
corporated areas and in
Marathon. Public Works Director
Dent Pierce will bring forth pro-
posed requests for proposals to
provide the service at next
month's commission meeting.
The idea, County Admin-
istrator Roman Gastesi says, is to
increase recycling to offset trash-
hauling costs.
"Palm Beach County is get-
ting close to having free garbage
service because recycling is
becoming a big moneymaker," he
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He said part of his concern is
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"If recycling could go to 20
percent, you could save $1 million
in hauling," said Barry Barroso of
Latitude 24 Recycling in Key
West. "If you put this out for bid,
it's good fiscal responsibility."
County contracts with 'four
haulers Barroso isn't one .of
them are due to expire on
Sept. 30, 2009. Pierce suggested
the commission move forward
with automatic five-year
renewals but Gastesi says it's
worth exploring bids.
"The contracts have been in
place for over 20 years," he said.
"We need to evaluate them, just
like we need to evaluate our insur-
ance. We need to turn this county
upside down and find out why we
are $10 million in the hole."
The franchisees are Waste
Management, Marathon Garbage
Service, Keys Sanitary and the
Ocean Reef Club.
Marathon briefly took over its
garbage hauling after incorpora-
tion in 1999. However, that
proved a financial disaster, so the
county holds the Marathon
Garbage contract through an
interlocal agreement with the
city.


Under the four franchises, res-
idential rates are $292 annually,
according to Pierce. Commercial
rates depend on how much is
hauled out.
Mayor Mario Di Gennaro
spoke passionately about putting
the contracts out to bid, citing his
own business experience in say-
ing it's the fiscally responsible
thing to do.
Commissioners George
Neugent and Sylvia Murphy
opposed asking for bids.
"We need to consider service
over and above money," Murphy
said. "I don't want people step-
ping on the toes of those who
have been very loyal to us."
"We look at ourselves as not
only a partner but as a depart-
ment," said Greg Sullivan, Lower
Keys manager for Waste
Management.
"The idea of not finding the
best we can is disgraceful," Di
Gennaro told the Keynoter after
the meeting. "Taxpayers expect
us to do the best, not just in price
but In quality and reputation."
The commission directed
Gastesi to come up with a request
for proposals for the Sept. 17
commission meeting.


Keys briefs


Couple reports
drive-by robbery

A couple out cleaning their
yard Wednesday in Islamorada
reported being the victims of a
drive-by robbery.
Deputy Becky Herrin from
the Monroe County Sheriff's
Office said the two were in the
yard of their apartment building
at mile marker 99 pulling weeds
when a gold Toyota Camry
pulled up with two men inside.
They reportedly got out,'
approached the male victim and
said, "Give me all you got."
Herrin said the victim handed
over his payroll check but
refused to give over his wallet.
The robbers then sped away.


Commission OKs
art for fire station

The Big Pine Key fire station
under construction will be
adorned with art, after all, but at
the expense of art at the new
Key West International Airport
terminal.
At its meeting in Marathon
Wednesday, the County
Commission OK'd spending
$180,000 from its Art in Public
Places program for art at the new
terminal and another $20,000 for
the Big Pine Key fire station.
Initially, $200,000 was set
aside for artwork at the McCoy
Terminal Complex, due for com-
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Saturday, August 23, 2008 15


Lesson

No. 1: Stop

for police

Reporter Staff

A warning by police not to
drive with a suspended license
apparently didn't make an
impression on a Key Largo
man, who was arrested early
Monday morning after police
say he fled in an SUV and
jumped into a canal trying to
escape.
Alexis Hernandez, 40, faces
charges of fleeing from police,
resisting arrest, driving with a
suspended license and failure to
register a motor vehicle.
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office reports say Deputy
Derek Paul responded to reports
of a minor auto accident at
Tarpon Basin Drive in Key
Largo at 11:15 p.m. Sunday.
Paul reportedly encountered
Hernandez, who said he was
purchasing a 1988 Black GMC
Jimmy from a woman who lived
at the residence. The deputy
said he warned Hernandez not
to drive the truck because it had
no tag on it, wasn't registered
and because Hernandez had a
suspended driver's license.
About an hour later, the
Sheriff's Office says, Paul
reported being parked in a park-
ing lot when he saw the SUV
heading northbound with.
Hernandez behind the wheel.
The deputy pulled out and
attempted to stop the SUV near
mile marker 105, but Hernandez
reportedly refused to stop and
pulled off U.S. 1 into a residen-
tial area.
Hernandez reportedly sped
through the neighborhood, run-
ning stop signs and almost hit-
ting several vehicles. He even-
tually stopped in the driveway
of a home on Big Pine Road.
Paul reported that Hernandez
left the vehicle in gear and it
continued moving as he bailed
out. Hernandez then jumped
into a canal and began swim-
ming across, apparently toward
his own home across that canal.
Paul stated he was able to put
the vehicle in park and keep it
from hitting anything.
A short time later, Deputy
Ian Barnett found Hernandez at
the Circle K Store at mile mark-
er 106.


Cape Air no sure bet


Commissioners
balk at $250K
airline subsidy
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Sewers or Middle Keys air
service? The Monroe County
Commission can't decide.
Wednesday, it postponed a
decision that would have provid-
ed $250,000 in incentives to get
Cape Air flying into Florida
Keys Marathon Airport. The air-
line proposes three flights daily
between Marathon and Fort
Myers.
"That money is in the airport
budget now," county Airports
Director Peter Horton said. "If it
doesn't work this time, folks, I
don't see any guarantees in this
market."
But half of that money would
come out of the same county
fund that pays for sewer con-
struction, so commissioners were
reluctant to approve the deal.
"I'm concerned that it's com-
ing out of the [infrastructure sile
tax fund], as well," County


Administrator Roman Gastesi
said.
But Horton pointed out the
money was put into the fund sev-
eral years ago with the clear dis-
tinction that it would be used for
airline incentives.
Since American Eagle pulled
out in April 2000, county offi-
cials have tried numerous ways
to restore Middle Keys service,
from waiving passenger fees to
trying to force airlines to service
Marathon if they want to contin-
ue flying into Key West. All
attempts have failed.
In addition to American
Eagle, US Airways Express,
Cape Air, Comn Air, Gulfstream,
Florida Air and Delta have served
the Marathon airport in the past.
A $250,000 revenue guaran-
tee would mean Cape Air would
fly into Marathon from
December until April. Cape Air
officials couldn't be reached for
comment Friday on what they
plan if the guarantee isn't given.
Cape Air estimates its costs at
$664 per flight, one way, to fly a
nine-passenger Cessna 402
between the destinations. Horton


says it's hard to determine what
the fares would be because they
are based on a multitude of fac-
tors and vary almost daily.
Commissioner Sylvia
Murphy wondered whether there
is even any demand for service
between Fort Myers and
Marathon.
Horton told the Keynoter that
the best he could judge the need
is looking at a similar route
between Key West and Fort
Myers. "They carried almost
18,000 people from Fort Myers
to Key West in calendar 2007,"
he said.
The Key West service has
been in place for a decade.
Horton said Cape Air started that
route without any county subsidy.
"But Key West is an estab-
lished market," he added.
"Marathon is not."
Mayor Mario Di Gennaro
said he wanted to postpone the
decision until a Sept. 10 County
Commission meeting.
"We have an asset that's dead
in the water," he told the.
Keynoter, referring to the
Marathon airport. "I have to say
I'm leaning toward selling it.


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Keys News


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
PROPOSED ORDINANCE

The City Commission of the City of Key West, Florida, will consider the following ordinance
for adoption at a regular meeting and public hearing to be held at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be heard Wednesday, September 3, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, Amending Chapter 42 entitled
"Miscellaneous Offenses" by creating Section 42-15 "Possession of Airguns by
Minors"; Providing for definitions, licensure, age requirements, regulations, and
penalties; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions;
Providing for an effective date.
This proposed ordinance may be read in its entirety at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall,
Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Any interested parties may
appear at the meeting/hearing noted above and be heard by the City Commission with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
If signing, special seating, or other accommodations are required, please call 809-3831 (TDD
number 809-1111) 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Pursuant to F. S. 286.0105, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
by the Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, that person
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, that person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
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State checks on


Keys nursing sites


It's routine
after a storm,
spokeswoman says
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

A team of state Medicaid
fraud investigators inspected
seven Monroe County nursing
and assisted living facilities this
week in the wake of Tropical
Storm Fay but apparently found
no problems.
Plantation Key Convalescent
Center Administrator Ed
McLendon said the inspection
ordered by Florida Attorney
General Bill McCollum was
more of a cursory glance.
"They just dropped by and
asked if we needed anything
after the storm; needless to say,
everything was pretty fine,"
McLendon said. "We didn't
need anything, so we shook
hands and they were on their
way."
In fact, McLendon said the
investigators didn't even make

_ys briefs


Guatemalan charged
with molesting girl

A Guatemalan man staying
with a family on Stock Island
molested a 9-year-old young girl
between Monday night and
Tuesday morning, the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office says.
Silverio Hernandez, 21,
admitted to orally molesting the
girl, Deputy Becky Herrin said.
He's charged with sexual assault
on a victim under age 12.
The girl told detectives she
woke up around 4 a.m. Tuesday
and found her shorts and panties
were removed and went to her
mother's room to ask her where
her clothes were, Herrin said.
A short time later, the shorts
and panties were found in a
laundry basket in the room
Silverio was renting a room in
the family's trailer. The clothing
had been cut with scissors to
remove them while the girl was
sleeping, detectives say.


it out of the front office.
"I talked to them a little bit
and I told them everything was
fine, and it was. It was nice of
them to check on us," he said,
adding the center was fully
staffed during the storm and
had a two-week supply of food
and water on hand for its 90
residents.
Sandi Copes, press secretary
for McCollum's office, said
investigators routinely check
nursing homes, assisted living
and other care facilities to
ensure the safety of Medicaid
recipients housed in them.
"The investigators will
assess the physical site to deter-
mine whether it is habitable and
will report any safety issues to
the Agency for Health Care
Administration," Copes said.
That agency regulates the
health-care industry in Florida.
Copes said the Medicaid
investigators inspected the fol-
lowing buildings without inci-
dent: The Monroe County-
owned Bayshore Manor and the
private Alterra Sterling House
of Blue Water Bay, Heron
House, Lillie's House,
Plantation Key Convalescent
Center, M.A.R.C. Von Phister
Group Home and the Monroe
County Association for
Retarded Citizens Group
Home.
Bayshore Manor acting
Administrator Trish Barker said
her visit with the investigators
Wednesday lasted around 30
minutes.
"They were checking to see
if the facility had any damage
and making sure the residents
were OK," Barker said. She
said the investigators found no
problems at the 16-bed home.
"Investigators can check for
a variety of concerns, including
an inability to keep medications
properly refrigerated or non-
functioning medical devices
because of a lack of electricity,"
Copes said.
Copes said 36 investigations
in Collier County and 99 in Lee
County have been completed
with no problems reported.
Another 64 in Lee County were
to be completed by Thursday
afternoon.


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Keys News


12 hours later, little done


Censure vote,
garbage contract
actions postponed
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

After spending nearly 12
hours talking, Monroe County
commissioners decided
Wednesday they might be a little
too tired to censure one of their
own.
Mayor Mario Di Gennaro had
proposed censuring
Commissioner George Neugent
for misusing county e-mail. In
March, Neugent e-mailed a
music video showing women
baring their breasts. The attach-
ment was sent to several county
department heads as well as
some newspaper editors.
Bad blood between Di
Gennaro and Neugent has sur-
faced at past meetings and
Wednesday's marathon session
at the Marathon Government
Center proved no exception.
Both were bickering as the
meeting stretched into the
evening. And they were not
alone. At the end of the day,
Commissioner Sonny McCoy
started arguing with a member of
the audience, Diane Beruldsen.
Beruldsen, a frequent critic of
the commission, berated the
commission's choice of an
appointee to an advisory board.
McCoy said personal attacks
were inappropriate, and
Beruldsen began shouting from
the audience. Di Gennaro
warned Beruldsen that she
would be removed if she didn't
stop yelling at McCoy.
The commission did approve
McCoy's appointment of Donna
Windle to the new Green
Building Code Task Force.
Windle also serves on the
Planning Commission as
McCoy's appointee.
And without discussion, the
commission agreed to delay
action on the Neugent censure
until its Sept. 17 meeting in Key
West.
"I didn't think it would have
been appropriate to handle it at 9
o'clock at night," Di Gennaro
told the Keynoter. "I'm now try-
ing to research the e-mail sys-
tem, which I think has been
grossly abused, to see if this is a
one-time incident."
In the meantime, private


attorney Jerry Coleman has writ-
ten a proposed policy for county
e-mail use, which he distributed
to the commissioners during
Wednesday's meeting.
"I haven't read through it
yet," Di Gennaro said, "so I
don't know if it's something I'd
want to introduce if I bring
this item back in September."
Censuring Neugent was not
the only action item the commis-
sion postponed until September.
Other agenda items delayed:
Approval of a $250,000
incentive for Cape Air to begin
flying three times daily between
Florida Keys Marathon Airport
and Fort Myers.
+ A resolution asking the
Florida Department of
Transportation to rethink a Key
Largo shoulder widening proj-
ect. Some Key Largo civic
groups have asked that the pro-
posed 10-foot shoulder, engi-
neered to be an emergency evac-
uation lane, be narrowed to 5
feet wide. That means the shoul-
der could not be used for traffic
in any direction.
+ A proposal by Neugent to


delay construction of a new
Stock Island fire station and the
relocation of Public Works from
Key West to Rockland Key.
Neugent said that would allow
the county to save $9 million
that could be put toward com-
pleting sewer projects in unin-
corporated Monroe County.
.* Consideration to reinstat-
ing the job of affordable housing
coordinator, a position eliminat-
ed in budget workshops to
reduce the county's proposed
2009 spending plan.
+ A decision on whether to
automatically renew a five-year
contract with the county's four
trash haulers. During the discus-
sion, it became clear commis-
sioners wanted to see a request
for proposals from companies
that may be interested in the
county contracts for garbage
services, including recycling
pickups.


Saturday, August 23, 2008 17


Stormont Endorses

Slaton for Judge


Teacher Lois Stormont
gave a nod of approval to
Judicial candidate Tegan
Slaton today.
Mrs. Stormont, a teacher
at Coral Shores High School,
is a 35 year resident of the _
Florida Keys and 22 year
veteran of the, classroom.
"I support Tegan Slaton Lois Stormont
because he has the best interests of our children at
heart." said Stormont.
Stormont joins Sheriff Richard Roth and more than
60 local attorneys who've also endorsed Tegan Slaton.
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Keys News


Lobster traps in gulf are spared


Some tangled
trap lines in
ocean waters
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Florida .Keys commercial
fishermen wasted no time in
going back to work in the wake
of Tropical Storm Fay this
week.
Rough waters from Fay's 60-
mph winds destroyed some lob-
ster traps on the oceanside and
scattered many others.
Initial reports, however, indi-
cate the damage does not come
close to the widespread loss of


traps and gear suffered in previ-
ous storms, most recently
Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma
three years ago.
"It's always tough because
we start the [lobster] so close to
the peak of hurricane season,"
said veteran Key Largo fisher-
man Gary Sands.
"We just get our traps in the
water and here comes this
thing," Sands said. "They're
scattered all around. Then
we've got to go back" to
retrieve traps.
Fishermen who primarily
work the Florida Bay and the
Gulf of Mexico north of the
Keys generally fared better than
oceanside trappers, according to


dockside reports.
"In the bay, it seems fine,"
said Bruce Irwin, who fishes
north of Marathon. "It's nothing
major, compared to what we've
seen before."
"Some [trap] lines on the
oceanside got shifted around
and tangled up," said Gary
Graves from Keys Fisheries.
"There was some trap damage.
The ocean always gets it worse
when the winds are coming out
of the south."
The Florida Keys produce
most of the state's annual lob-
ster harvest and account for a
majority of the 480,000 traps
legally permitted to fish state
waters.
Accounts of what the fisher-
men are finding during trap
pulls are decidedly mixed.
"Things started slow in Key
West and Key Largo," Graves
said. "Marathon was doing OK,
but the Miami River boats were
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water and causing the lobster to
move.
"The weather gave us a
bump," said Graves. "Now I'm
hearing everybody is catching
something. It sounds like every-
body is benefiting."
Irwin said he can't predict
yet how the season will turn out.
"We're catching some but
it's still early," he said. "Let's
just say: They're not every-
where. Sometimes a storm can
run them off, too."
Said Sands, "It all depends
on where you are at the time.
We'll know more in a couple
weeks."
Tom Matthews, a fishery
biologist at the state Fish and
Wildlife Research Institute in


Marathon, said early reports
indicate the bay seems to be
producing more than the ocean,
but it's difficult to say two
weeks into the season.
Higher prices are helping
fishermen, overcome what
appear to be below-average har-
vests, he said.
"People seem pretty satisfied
but the fact remains that the har-
vest is about 30 percent lower
than it was a decade ago,"
Matthews said.
Graves said he is encouraged
by reports of large numbers 9f
juvenile lobster being seen in
Florida Bay.
"That makes me think things
look bright for the future, no
matter what the scientists say,"
Graves said.


Keys briefs


. Key Largo's Harris
appointed to TDC

A former advertising and
marketing professional with
NBC Television, now a boutique
hotelier, has been named to the
MOnroe County Tourist
Development Council, the
agency responsible for tourism
marketing of the Florida Keys.
The appointment of Veronica
"Ronnie" Harris, co-owner of
the Kona Kai Resort and Gallery
in Key Largo, was confirmed
Wednesday by the Monroe
County Commission.
She "was nominated by
Commissioner Sylvia Murphy to
fill a spot recently vacated by
Todd Firm, who served on the
TDC for five years. Finn was
chairman in 2007.
Harris served on the TDC's
District Advisory Committee for
Key Largo since 1995 and has
chaired the DAC since 2000.


HARRIS


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husband Joe
purchased
Kona Kai in
1991 and
became full-
time Keys res-
idents in
1994. Her
appointment
expires Aug.


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nered two awards earlier this
week at the 2008 Florida
Governor's Conference on
Tourism.
The TDC garnered top
awards, called Henrys, for its
Web site and in newspaper
advertising. The honor in news-
papers was for four advertise-
ments headlined "It's checkout
time;" "Wind. Unwind;"
"Prioritize;" and "Even our
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Saturday, August 23, 2008 19


43 homes approved


Jet noise,
safety still
main issues.
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com


The Monroe County
Commission on Wednesday
approved the final plat for 43
new homes in the Lower Keys,
but a new subdivision is hardly
on the immediate horizon.
The 43 homes would go in at
Key Haven and the nearby
Enchanted Isle, but the owner of
the land, the Lujan family, does-
n't have building permit alloca-
tions to move forward with con-
struction.
The Lujans have been trying
to obtain permits but Naval Air
Station -Key West officials
oppose the project, citing safety
concerns and concerns about jet


noise. But since the county has
not adopted the Navy's Air
Installation Compatible Use
Zone report, which maps where
the noise and safety zones are,
commissioners say they're not
bound by them. Lujan consultant
Don Craig agrees.
"To single out Key Haven at
this time with a restriction that
may or may not be adopted is
simply not fair," he told com-
missioners.
The Navy wants the county to
use the report when considering
development proposals so it's
clear to current and potential
homeowners where the noise
and safety zones are.
The county fears that if it
adopts the Navy's report, it
could be sued under land-takings
claims by those who say they
can't sell or build on their prop-
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Keys obituary


and safety zones.
"We're caught in a situation
where we can no longer stand up
and foot the bill for litigation
when we continue to deny per-
mits," Commissioner George
Neugent said. "If they want to
build in a crash zone, then that's
their right to do so."
Commissioner Sylvia
Murphy cast the sole vote
against the development but did-
n't say why. However, in the past
she has said the county needs to
respect the Navy's guidelines.
Rom Demes, executive direc-
tor of NAS Key West, says the
Navy will file a complaint with
the Florida Department of
Community Affairs over the
commission's Lujan decision.
DCA oversees all growth and
development in the Keys.
The Navy's new noise and
safety maps encompass more of
the area surrounding the air sta-
tion than do 1977 maps, which
the county has accepted. The
county's planning and growth
management departments use
the 1977 maps when considering
whether to permit new construc-
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Martin, Sendecki
Martin "Marty" Sendecki
died Aug. 19 at Fishermen's
Hospital at age 6d -
Mr. Serndecki was born in
New Jersey and ii.ed in Key
Colon, Beach for more than 20
year. He was a veteran of the
U.S. Army and an avid lifelong
fisherman, ooth in New Jersey
and in the Florida Keys,
He was on ervironmerntalist
and flooring manufacturer. He
owned Assured Asbestosk


Abatement.
He was preceded in death
by his mother Virginia, brother
Michael and granddaughter
Ava E-coric
He is survived by his wife
=katerino, son David, daughter
Renee (and son-in-law Antonio
and brother George (and sister-
.in-law Carol). ,
Memorial donations can be
sent to Hospice of the Florida
Keys/Visiting Nurses A.sociation,
Dean-Lopez Funeral Home
handled arrangements.


Martin "Marty" Sendecki, age 64,
Born in New Jersey died August 19, 2008 at
Fishermen's Hospital. He was a proud veteran of
the United States Army. He was an avid fisherman all his
S -.-- -- life both in New Jersey and the Florida

He lived in Key Colony Beach for over 20 years.
Captain Marty Sendecki has left great
memories with his family, friends and many
fishermen. He was loved by many and will be
greatly missed on land and on the sea.
He is survived by his wife Ekaterina; son
f 'o David; daughter Renee; one granddaughter
deat b Ava and brother George. Preceeded in
Death by brother Michael.
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Key West signs
SBA agreement

The city of Key West and
the Small Business
Administration have formed
an alliance intended to devel-
op a working relationship
between the SBA and Key'
West to expand small busi-
ness development.
Under the agreement, the
SBA will provide Key West
with training and marketing
support, and make available
to Key West SBA resources
such as speakers to partici-
pate in workshops, confer-
ences seminars and other
activities.
In return, Key West will
disseminate SBA-provided'
information, participate in
SBA-sponsored events, and
collaborate with SBA and its
other partners to provide
information to its clients.
All are welcome to attend
a town meeting to launch the
new alliance. It's Aug. 28 at
Old City Hall, 510 Greene St.
At 9 a.m., Mayor Morgan
McPherson gives opening
remarks. At 10:15v Miguel
Gonzalez, in chief lenders
relations with the SBA, dis-
cusses financial assistance
training. At 10:30, Debbie
Petrell, vice president of
First Capital Financial Corp.,
discusses the SBA's 504
Loan Program. And at 11:15,
Greg Baumann, a certified
business analyst with Florida
Atlantic University, talks
about technical assistance.
For specifics, contact
Baumann at (305) 373-1713.


Is there oil under our feet?


Wild guesses,
big numbers and
memories of rigs
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

Public opinion polls show
Floridians are now in favor -of
drilling off Florida's coast by an
almost 2-1 margin. But what oil
do we really have off our coasts?
"The basic answer is we really
don't know," says Jorge Pifi6n, an
energy fellow at the University of
Miami and formerly the president
of Amoco Oil Latin America in
Mexico City.
Asked where one might find
information about reserves in the
eastern Gulf of Mexico, David
Mica, the executive director of
the Florida Petroleum Council
says only: "Good Luck."
"A lot of stuff was repressed
during prohibition," says Mica,
the brother of U.S. Rep. John
Mica (R-FL-7), a strong support-
er of lifting restrictions on drilling
on the Outer Continental Shelf.
It wasn't really prohibition.
But it might as well have been.
Congress started restricting
drilling in 1982 in a number of
areas, including the eastern Gulf
of Mexico. They did it by deny-
ing funding to the Department of
the Interior through the annual


and Carter says he remembers
that they would work for two
appropriations process. weeks at a time, and then have
As a result of these restric- one week off.
tions, little exploration has been The rig that Carter worked on
done in the eastern Gulf in the was one of nine permitted oil and
last 20-30 years. Government gas wells drilled in the Keys from
estimates of reserves are based on 1947 to 1962. All were dry holes,
seismic information that is sever- according to the state Department
al decades old. Some old timers of Environmental Protection,
in the Keys remember when except for Carter's Gulf Marine
things were different when oil No. 1 was drilled, in 1959, and a
looked like it might become a big test yielded 15 barrels of oil and
part of Florida's economy. 14 barrels of water. But the state
Charles Carter, 67, worked on reports there was no attempt to
an oil rig off the Marquesas in set up commercial production.
1960, or 1961 (he is uncertain of Carter says he thinks the well was
the exact year). The rig was capped within just a few years.
called Gulf Marine No. 1, and He says he remembers that the
was owned by Gulf Oil. Carter well was deep 20,000 feet or
worked in the galley, and says he more and that they were hav-
was one of about 40 men working ing trouble bringing the oil up. "It
and living on the rig, in the north- was terribly deep and they could
east Marquesas, about 20 miles not get it to flow under its own
west of Key West, between the pressure. At least that's what we
Marquesas and the Boca Grande were told," he says. The subcon-
Channel. tractor he was working for sent
The rig, Carter estimates, was him up to Louisiana to work on a
150-200 feet wide, with a steel rig there, and Carter later came
platform that sat about 30 feet off back to the Keys where he made
the water. It had a derrick tower a living as a lobster fisherman
about 110 feet tall, with a pipe before retiring.
that went in and out of a hole, His friend Bobby Stomberg,
running on hydraulic power. now the assistant manager at the
"Sometimes it'd take 'em two Rusty Anchor restaurant on Stock
days to take the bit out," he told Island, remembers seeing the oil
the Keynoter, describing the rigs out near the Marquesas when
functioning of the rig. "Them he was a teenager working on a
things was a lot of work." The
men worked and slept on the rig, See OIL / 21


INK MASTER:
Jonathen Clark of
Key West Ink (third
from left) got top
honors in the
tattoo-of-the-day
competitions at
the 13th annual
South Florida
Tattoo Convention
in Deerfield Beach
last weekend. He's
seen here with
(from left) Josh
Avila, Jim
Mcalhany (owner
of Key West Ink),
and Todd Kirkland
(right). Key.West
Ink is at 717 Duval
Street.


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Dennis Pharmacy captures
the small-town feel of old
Key West.

Dennis

Pharmacy

1111 12th St.,
Key West

In the 1940s and '50s the,
corner drug store with its
lunch counter and knowl-
edgeable pharmacist who
was on hand to answer all
types of questions ranging
from reactions to medicines
to the best way to deal with
the common cold was
part of every community.
Today, most pharmacies
have become efficient chains
where customers can fill a
prescription in one town and
refill it 1,000 miles away.
Dennis Pharmacy, at the
Professional Plaza on 12th
Street in Key West, has been
able to blend that 21st
Century efficiency with the
hominess of a family-owned
business.
"We know everyone on
sight," said Colette Alea-
Barroso, who co-owns the
business with her father
David Alea. "It's more per-
sonable."
At the same time, com-
puters allow the kind of con-
nectivity with doctors'
offices and other pharmacies
to provide fast service.
The Aleas have run the
business for over 35 years,
and until Hurricane Wilma
hit in 2005, they ran two
locations one with a
lunch counter.
Dennis is open from 8:30
until 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and offers free deliv-
ery.
"We're pleased to be able
to keep it free, even while
gas prices are going up,"
said Alea-Barroso.






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shrimp boat. But he had a more
recent encounter with the oil
industry. Last year he was hired
to circle the Gulf of Mexico on a
boat. "What I would do is use my
shrimp boat to follow behind
seismograph ships," he told the
Keynoter. The seismograph ship,
owned by a European firm, was
doing a study of the floor of Gulf
of Mexico gathering informa-
tion to be sold, presumably, to an
oil company. Stomberg worked
for the company in April of last
year, following as the ship trailed
a six-mile cable behind it that
collected information. They went
all the way south to Mexico's
Yucatan Penninsula, and then
back around to Tampa and the
Keys, going clockwise.
Stomberg's job was to com-
municate with other ships in the
area, to warn them that there was
a cable in the water. "By follow-
ing on my boat, I could tell there
were areas of interest," he says.
"What they really wanted to look
at was 200 fathoms. There's
nothing in shore that really inter-
ested them."
Offshore drilling in state
waters south of 26 degrees north
latitude has been prohibited since
July 1, 1989, and there are cur-
rently no outstanding oil and gas
drilling leases in state-waters. It is
unlikely that there would ever be
drilling around the Marquesas,
though the area is identified as
possibly holding reserves of oil
and natural gas. The islands and
the waters around them are part
of both the National Marine
Sanctuary and the Key West
National Wildlife Refuge, and


considered a prized part of
Florida's natural landscape.
The last offshore drilling with-
in sight of Florida's coastline hap-
pened in Pensacola Bay, accord-
ing to the Florida Petroleum
Council. And if the congressional
moratorium on offshore drilling
were lifted, as is now being dis-
cussed, the first post-prohibition
offshore drilling might happen off
Florida's Panhandle.
David Mica says an area
referred to as the Destin Dome,
west of Destin, is thought to hold
3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas
- enough to make electricity to
power the city of Key West for
200 years. He says he's heard
they could get that well up and
running within two years.
Jorge Pifi6n, who was quoted
in newspapers in the early sum-
mer calling the bluff of some
Republicans who'd claimed
China was drilling off Cuba's
coast (they're drilling on land, h6
says, not offshore), has been lob-
bying Florida's two senators to
lift restrictions on drilling off-
shore. He says it can't be denied
that the oil industry is a risk
industry. "There is no denying
that. So let's put that argument to
bed," he says. But he argues that
oil companies have learned to
manage that risk, and says that the
arguments of environmentalists
have focused on risks of spills
associated with drilling and have
ignored risks of spills associated
with transport of oil. "One hun-
dred percent of the oil in this state
comes via tankers," he says. "Do
we know that these tankers are
double-hulled? Nobody brings
that up." He says he doesn't think
allowing drilling on the OCS will
affect the price of oil in the near


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TIB Bank
helps Just 4 Kids

TIB Bank's Monroe County
branches have been designated as
official drop-off sites for the Just
4 Kids program, for donations of
new children's clothing and
school supplies.
"Just 4 Kids has survived for
over a decade, increasing in size
and in need each year as a com-
munity outreach program that
assists in the daily lives of all
Monroe County children in hard-
ship situations," says Executive


Director Paula Ciavolino.
Just 4 Kids served more than
2,000 children this past school
year.
Donations of clothes and
school supplies can be dropped
off at TIB branches in Key West,
Marathon, Islamorada and Key
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future, but says the U.S-. must step
up production all the same, point-
ing out that we're now producing
only 5 million barrels of oil a day
in the United States, as compared
to 9.6 million barrels a day in
1970. But the Keys, he says,
would not be the first place oil
companies would look to drill, or
- in all likelihood the second.
"Even though there might be oil'
in the Florida Straits, trust me, it's
down the list somewhere," he told
the Keynoter. Oil companies, he
says, would go first to places
where there are fewer impedi-
ments, and better information
about reserves to Venezuela,
Brazil, Mexico.


Oil in th
To date, approximately 106
million barrels of crude oil and
9.5 billion cubic feet of natural
gas have been produced in the
South Florida Basin from Lee,
Hendry, Collier, and Dade
counties. The U.S. Geological
Survey estimates additional
undiscovered reserves totaling
370 million barrels of oil and
58 billion cubic feet of gas in
the South Florida Basin, which
includes the Keys.
The USGS identifies two oil
plays in the area around, the
Keys: the Extended Upper
Sunniland Tidal Shoal Oil Play,


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e Keys
which includes all of the Keys
and the area defined by state
waters surrounding the Keys;
and the Lower Cretaceous
Carbonate Composite. Oil Play,
which runs from Marathon to
the Marquesas. Mean reserve
estimates in the Upper
Sunniland: 27 million barrels
of oil and 15 billion cubic feet
of gas. Mean reserve estimates
in the Lower Cretaceous: 11
million barrels of oil and 15 bil-
lion cubic feet of gas.
Source: Florida Department of
Environmental Protection


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Girl Scouts gather
for 'Cheetah Girls'.

Members of the Girl
Scout Council of Tropical
Florida gather today in the
Lower Keys to celebrate the
opening of "The Cheetah
Girls One World" movie
release as part of a collabora-
tion between Girl Scouts of
the USA and the Disney
Channel.
The event at Camp
Wesumkee on West
Summerland Key begins at 3
p.m. and the film's screening.
starts at 7. The movie is
about the Cheetah Girls
going to India to make a
Bollywood film.
"The Cheetah Girls One
World" stars former Girl
Scouts Adrienne Bailon,
Sabrina Bryan and Kiely
Williams.

Animal Farm
is open Sunday

The Monroe County
Sheriff's Office Animal
Farm will be open Sunday
from 1 to 3 p.m. so everyone
can visit Tina the Key deer,-
tropical birds, snakes, ferrets,
rabbits, horses, ponies, a
llama, goats, sheep, pigs,
chickens, ducks, tortoises, an
emu, an albino hedgehog,
Patagonian cavys and more.
There's no admission
charge. The farm is at the
Stock Island Detention
Center on College Road.

Sign up today
for music classes

The Linda Lee Byars
Music Studio in Marathon is
enrolling students who want
to learn piano, guitar and
vocals,
An orientation is set for
1:30 p.m. today at the
Marathon library, mile mark-
er 48.5. Anyone of any age
can enroll, though children
must be accompanied by an
adult. Teachers are Linda
Lee Byars, Bob Byars and; ,
Christian Davis.


In praise of the woodrat

New children's book shines the light on endangered Keys species
By KEVIN WADLOW : ,
Senior Staff writer -' .
kwadlow@keynoter.com IF ._


A soon-to-be-released chil- .
dren's book about the endan-
gered Key Largo woodrat may
foreshadow actual events.
"Woodrat Jill" by local writer
Nicky Laak tells the story of Jill,
a woodrat introduced into the
North Key Largo hardwood
hammock after being born in a
born in a zoo program.
"It's a good read," said
Crocodile Lake National
Wildlife Refuge Manager Steve
Klett, who consulted.on wildlife
science aspects of the book.
"It's got interesting charac-
ters and tells a really good
story," Klett said.
Laak, a native of Sussex
County in England who settled
in the Keys 16 years ago, was
moved to write the book after six
years with the Keys group
Friends and Volunteers of
Refuges, known as FAVOR.
"It's really important for chil-
dren to learn the value of pro-
tecting endangered- species,"
Laak said. "Especially the Key
Largo woodrat, which is not a
bad rat at all. In fact, they're
extremely cute."
"First of all, woodrats live in
the woods, not in your yard or
house," Laak said. "They're
much more like a mouse than a
common rat. They have soft and
fluffy fur with fur on their tails.
They've got really cute pink feet
and oversized ears."
"Woodrat Jill" follows the
adventures of its central charac-
ter (named in honor of an active
volunteer who Laak declined to
identify further) as she discovers
freedom, natural wonders and
life-threatening peril during her
first two days in the hardwood
hammock.
Readers meet a woodrat
named Pedro and other .charac-
ters, such as Chrissy Crocodile,
patterned after local native
species.
The book allows for obvious
literary license. But "Woodrat
Jill" is largely accurate in details
about local wildlife, said Klert,
one of the primary government'
staffers charged with protecting
the endangered woodrat K'ndid"
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The Key Largo woodrat is not the kind of rodent most people think of when they hear the word
'rat.' It's more like a mouse; the author calls them'cute.'


Release of captive-bred
woodrats, fictional at the
moment, could soon be reality.
Animal Kingdom biologists
at Walt Disney World have run
an approved Key Largo woodrat
program since 2005, and could
soon begin releasing some of the
rodents bred in captivity.
Connect, the magazine of the
Association of Zoos and
Aquariums, features the Disney
woodrat program in its August
edition (www.aza.org).
Releases were scheduled to
begin earlier this year, Klett
said, but now appear more likely
to occur this winter.
The 54-page "Woodrat Jill"
was illustrated by nature artist
Deb LaFogg-Docherty, a part-
time Keys resident from
Broward County who also vol-
unteers with local refuges.
"This whole thing has been a
joint project," said Laak, who
credits Keys conservationist
Alison Higgins with the original
concept. "It's all based on fact.
Work started four years ago, but
research and everything else
took a long time."
Now at the printer and

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teacher training

Florida Keys Community
College is hosting two informa-
tion sessions about its teacher
preparation program that trains
potential state-certified school
teachers.
The sessions are from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. Monday at the col-
lege's Coral Shores High School
annex in Tavernier and Tuesday
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Lifestyles group
meets on Tuesday

Living in a Fit Environment,
an organization based on exer-
cise and healthy lifestyles, meets
at 6 p.m. Tuesday at The Island
Tiki at Vaca Cut in Marathon.
For more information about
the group, contact Candy
Kellner at 289-2112, 731-9378
or by e-mail at dkellll55@
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0 OH, DEER: The
Monroe County
Sheriff's Office
Animal Farm has a
new addition, a Key
deer fawn deemed
in need of human
care because it was
hit by a car and
con no longer fend
,, for itself. Additionally,
Todd and Lisa Stuart
of Key West have
donated $5,000 to
the Stock Island
farm to upgrade the
animals'
habitats. Here,
farmer Jeanne
Selander introduces
the fawn to the
Stuarts.


Keys briefs


Free spay day
planned Tuesday

The Key Largo Animal
Shelter's next free spay day is
planned for Tuesday. For a reser-
vation, all Marsha at 451-0088


Ford speaks about
the life of Nouwen

Michael Ford, British jour-
nalist and author, will be at St.
Peter Catholic Church on Big
Pine Key at 7 p.m. Wednesday to
speak about the spirituality of
Henri Nouwen. Ford, who knew
Nouwen, has written "Wounded
Prophet: A Portrait of Henri J.M.
Nouwen."
Born in Holland in 1932,
Nouwen, a Catholic priest,
taught at Notre Dame, Harvard
and Yale and wrote more than 40
books on spirituality. The last 10
years of his life were spent as
pastor of Daybreak, a residential
home in Toronto for handi-
capped adults. His last book,
which was published posthu-
mously, was "Adam: God's
Beloved," the story of the life
and death of one of a Daybreak
resident.
The church is at mile marker
31.3. For more information, call
872-2537.

Learn to feed
your kids right

If your child thinks hot dogs,
french fries and chocolate is a
complete diet, you might want to
attend "Raising Healthy Eaters."
The free seminar at Mariners
Hospital in Tavernier will cover
tips on good nutrition, introduc-
ing creative cooking and involv-
ing children in shopping for and


preparing food. The sessioli will
be held Aug. 28 from 7 to 9 p.m.
in the hospital's main conference
room at mile marker 91.5 bay-
side.
The program, which will be
teleconferenced from Baptist
Children's Hospital in Miami, is
intended for adults, not children.
Reservations are required. Call
434-3400.

Diving museum
hosts blood drive

The History of Diving
Museum at mile marker 83 bay-
side hosts a blood drive from
noon to 6 p.m. Aug. 29. Those
who donate get into the museum
for free.
The drive is sponsored by the
Community Blood Centers of
South Florida.

1980s dance party
benefits library

Voltaire Books in Key West is
hosting a benefit for the Friends
of the Key West Library Aug. 31
upstairs at Mangoes, 700 Duval
St.
It's going to be an all-vinyl,
old-school dance party called
"Extended '80s." There are
munchies from 8 to 9 p.m. and
then dancing to classic 1980s
remixes from 9 until 2 a.m.
Tickets are $8 at Voltaire
Books, 330 Simonton St., or $10
at the door.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
-.. PROPOSED ORDINANCE

The City Commission of the City of Key West, Florida, will consider the following ordinance
for adoption at a regular meeting and public hearing to be held at 6"00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be heard Wednesday, September 3, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, Amending Chapter 2 of the Code of
Ordinances entitled "Administration" by adding Section 2-708 to establish the
"Homebuyers Assistance Program" and regulations therefore; To provide loans to assist
eligible persons to become homeowners of residential housing; Providing for severabil-
ity; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.
This proposed ordinance may be read in its entirety at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall,
Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Any interested parties may
appear at the meeting/hearing noted above and be heard by the City Commission with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
If signing, special seating, or other accommodations are required, please call 809-3831 (TDD
number 809-1111) 24 hours prior to.the meeting.-
Pursuant to F. S. 286.0105, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
by the Commission with respect to any'matter considered at such meeting or hearing, that person
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, that person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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expected to be available within
weeks, "Woodrat Jill" was made
possible by partial sponsorship
from the Florida Keys Council
of the Arts, state and federal arts
foundations, and private dona-
tions.
Laak, a mother of two and a
teacher-librarian at the Academy
at Ocean Reef, said "Woodrat
Jill" speaks to elementary school
students, most likely around
third grade.
"That's when kids start focus-
ing on nature and are ready to
learn the meaning of scientific
terms like 'predator' and
'extinct'," Laak said.
Klett said he knows of no
other children's books that fea-
ture a Key Largo woodrat. "We
support getting kids interested in
protected species and preserving
them," he said.
Recruited to help work on a
butterfly garden at the Crocodile
Lake refuge headquarters, Laak
became fascinated with the mis-
understood woodrat. That refuge

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VFW offering
scholarships

The Veterans of Foreign
Wars has opened its 2008
Voice of Democracy contest
for students in grades nine
through 12. The topic is
"Service and Sacrifice by
America's Veterans Benefit
Today's Youth by... "
The scholarship program is
an audio-essay contest that
annually provides more than
$3 million in scholarships
nationally. The first-place win-
ner receives a $30,000 scholar-
ship that is paid directly to the
recipient's American universi-
ty, college or vocational/tech-
nical school.
Students can enter by sub-
mitting the required entry
form, along with their essay
and recording, to the Key
Largo Veterans of Foreign
Wars Ladies Auxiliary. Entry
forms are available online at
www.vfw.org. The deadline
for submission is Nov. 1.
Drop off entries at the Key
Largo VFW, mile marker
102.1, or call Claudia Moriarty


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Johnson Key
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Hammocks
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comprise most
of the
woodrat's
LAAK remaining nat-
ural habitat.
The solitary woodrat builds
nests out of sticks, or finds pro-
tected shelters to bear their
young. They avoid people -
and other woodrats when
possible. Sightings in the wild
are rare, but the FAVOR Web
site (www.favorfloridakeys
.com) features video of a
mother woodrat protecting her
pups. Click on the Croc6dile
Lake tab.
"Woodrat Jill" will sell for
$8.99 and be available at local
bookstores and through
www.amazon.com.
Once publishing costs are
recouped, all proceeds will ben-
efit projects to protect Keys
wildlife.


at 853-5149.

Get ready to dance
at 1960s Bird Bash

Put on your dancing shoes
and get ready to boogey at the
second annual 1960s Bird Bash
Sept. 13 at the Lions Club in
Key Largo.
Last year's Bird Bash raised
more than $20,000 for the
Florida Keys Wild Bird Center
in Tavernier. The event fea-
tures, music, dancing, contests
and live and silent auctions.
The night will include a
1960s costume contest.
Celebrity judges are TV mete-
orologist Don Noe and locals
Skip Bradeen, Spencer Slate
and Chris Sante.
Doors open at 6.30 p.m. The
tickets, $25 in advance and $30
at the door, include a fish fry
with all the trimmings donated
by local merchants and hosted
by Scott Stoky and theyFlorida
Keys Youth Sports Foundation.
For more information call
Sue Finney at 394-3736 or go
to www.piratesonthewater
.com.


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ALL HANDS ON REEF(!): Divers to
join with scientists to repair reef.
See story on Page 30.
GUIDED WORD: Key West poets
return to the Guild Hall Gallery. Spe
story on Page 31.
WHAT TO DO?: Country in Key
West, classic and cult movies and
more on this week's entertainment
calendar on Page 34.


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splash with Beijing 'whaling wall.'


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Bikers heading
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Robert Wyland stands in
front of his mural in Key
Largo on Feb. 14, 2007 at
mile marker 99. The mural
is painted on a building
that sits in the median,
between U.S. 1 south-
bound and northbound,
welcoming visitors arriv-
ing in the Florida Keys.

Photo courtesy
Gary Firstenberg



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Bikers making poker run Sept. 18-21


Thousands to
ride from Miami
to Key West
As many as 10,000 motor-
cyclists from across the
country are expected to
head down U.S. 1 starting Sept.
18, riding through the Keys on
the annual Key West Poker Run.
If you don't have a bike, now
might be the time to buy one, or
to borrow one from a friend.
Bikers start out from Miami at 8
a.m. on Friday, Sept. 19 and
head down the Overseas
Highway, stopping at designated
points along the way to draw
cards. The fifth and final stop is
Conch Republic Seafood Co. in
Key West.
Bikers who draw the 10 best
poker hands during their journey
are eligible to play in a winner-
take-all round of Texas Hold
'Em, competing for a grand
prize of a new Harley-Davidson
Sportster 1200 custom motorcy-
cle. The big game takes place at
Guy Harvey's Island Grill at 511
Greene St. at 11 p.m. on
Saturday.
Peterson's Harley-Davidson
of Miami and the Key West
Sunrise Rotary Club organize the
annual ride, with proceeds split
between the Diabetes Research
Institute and Sunrise Rotary's
local charities and scholarships.
After registering and making
a $10 donation, each participat-
ing biker receives a poker sheet.
Additional 'poker hands' can be
purchased for $10 apiece, with
no limit on the number of hands
a person can play.


Drivers of cars and trucks also
can purchase poker hands and
participate in the run from Miami
to Key West. And bikers or driv-
ers who can't drive the entire
course can purchase and play
their poker hands in Key West at
Conch Republic Seafood Co.
For those who can't resist
getting to Key West early, Key
West Sunrise Rotary is hosting a
bar stroll on the island city's
Upper Duval Street on Thursday
night, Sept. 18. The stroll is to
culminate in a beach party at the
Southernmost Beach Caf6, 1405 -
Duval St.
A section of lower Duval
Street, Key West's main thor-
oughfare, is to be closed to car
traffic from 1 p.m. to 2 a.m. both
Friday and Saturday so bikers
can park on the street to display
their bikes. Bike aficionados can
also browse and buy merchan-
dise including motorcycle acces-


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series and apparel at the Poker
Run Vendor Village on Greene
Street just off Duval.
On Saturday, Sept. 20, Big
Bike Riders Association repre-
sentatives are to judge the annual
custom bike show, a "best of the
bikes" extravaganza with pro-
ceeds earmarked for charity. The
show is to take place in front of
Rick's/Durty Harry's, at 208
Duval St., and trophies are to be
awarded in multiple classes.
Registration is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
with a $25 entry cost per bike.
Sloppy Joe's, at-201 Duval
St., is to host its annual "Biker
Bash" from noon until 11 p.m.
Planned highlights include give-
aways and contests even a
wacky "bikers on tricycles" chal-
lenge.


The road
S. belonged to
bikers last year
as thousands of
motorcyclists
rolled through
Marathon on the
annual Poker
Run (above) arid
arrived on Duval
Street in Key West
for a weekend of
events (left).

If the competitions get too
heated, Poker Run attendees can
cool down at a pool party at the
Southernmost Hotel at 1319
Duval St. from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
In addition, the annual
Paradise Tattoo Contest is planned
for Saturday afternoon at the
Schooner Wharf Bar, 202 William
St., followed by a bikini show.
A Sunday morning blessing
of the bikes takes place at 9 a.m.
at Mallory Square. At noon, the
Poker Run Survivor's Beach
Party will start up at the
Southernmost Beach Caf6.
Bikers can register for the
ride online at www.petersons
keywestpokerrun.com.
For more information and a
schedule of events, visit www
.petersonskeywestpokerrun.com.


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Wyland completes whale mural for 2008 Olympics


Beijing painting
is the artist's
100th and final
Twenty-seven years ago,
Wyland (who needs only
one name now) made it his
goal to paint 100 wall murals.
Number 100, "Hands Across the
Oceans," was dedicated at
Beijing Jin Tai Art Museum in
Chaoyang Park on July 21.
The mural was commissioned
for the Beijing Games' Cultural
Festival, part of the celebration
of the 2008 Olympics, and was
completed with the help of kids
from 115 countries. It consists of
a pair of wall-sized canvases..
The first represents oceans and
threatened or endangered ani-
mals. The second features fresh-
water habitats with their threat-
ened or endangered species.
"It was a monumental feat and
a great ocean challenge but I am
proud to say the kids, the Wyland
Foundation team, Dr. Sylvia
Earle, Mark Victor Hansend, our
conservation partners, family,
friends and supporters joined
hands in a global project that will
continue to inspire our world's
youth to be ambassadors for the
planet," Wyland wrote in a letter
posted on his Web site.
The first "whaling wall" was
in Laguna Beach, Calif. in 1981.
Wyland started out as an artist,
but is now a foundation, a compa-
ny, a hotel, a brand. "The Wyland
name is among the most respect-
ed in the world for quality and
commitment to showcasing the
beauty of the world around us," it
says under the 'Wyland Brand'
tab at www.wyland.com.
Wyland's 1993 Key West
wall "Florida's Living Reef"
- at Waterfront Market in the
Historic Seaport, was number
52. It was repainted and re-dedi-
cated in 2003.
Marathon has number 26 -
"Sperm Whales & Florida Keys
Reef," and number 27 -
"Minke Whales" both dedi-
cated in 1990, and also number
87 "Florida's Radiant Reef" -
painted on the Big K-Mart and
dedicated in 2001.
Wyland announced as his
final U.S. "whaling wall" num-
ber 95 in Key Largo. The 99th
wall, however, was completed
this June in North Lauderdale, so
the "final" designation was tem-
porary.


artist has
not been
shy about
his love of
diving in
Sthe Keys
4. and he
now owns
a house in
the Upper
Keys. "The
Florida
Judi Bradford Keys reef
is one of
'the best places in the world to
dive," he says. "It really inspired
a lot of what I paint."

Olympics
Watching the 2008 Olympics
has revealed some incredible
gymnastic feats. Women's gym-
nastics continues to be "decorat-
ed" with girly hand flips and
arched poses, distracting from
the strength, timing and skills of
the athletes.
The men's gymnastics is
straightforward and they just
show you one great physical
achievement after another. The
U.S. men's team was joy-jump-
ing spectacular, and the Chinese
team was just unbelievable.
Perhaps not Olympian, but
we have a regular gymnastics
performance at the Sunset
Celebration in Key West.
John, "Dr. Juice," Allicock,
50, is an extraordinary acrobat
who flies through the air, touch-
ing down to pick up a coin on top
of a soft drink can with his teeth
before flying on. Gravity does
not concern him: He hovers near
the ground, but seems not to rely
on terra firma as the rest of us do.


A mural made by Wyland for the US Olympic Team after he was selected to be an official
Olympic artist called 'Faster, Higher, Stronger' is unveiled in Beijing in April of this year at an art
exchange ceremony. The mural was a prelude to the 'whaling wall' that Wyland painted in


Beijing last month.
Allicock founded Calypso
Tumblers with Phillip Josiah and
Simeon Joseph Jordan in 1981
and the team, based in New
York, has received national and
international attention, including
major news shows. They learned
acrobatics growing up in
Guyana, South America.
They have provided half-time
entertainment for the WNBA
and they perform at the Arnold
(you guessed it,
Schwarzenegger) Fitness Expo
in Columbus, Ohio. All descrip-
tions of them include the words
"breathtaking" and "dazzling."


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Mama
Mia!

Meryl Streep
Pierce Brosnan
Amanda Seyfried


MRated: PG-13


Keys Movie Times


REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* Death Race (R): 1:10.4:15,7:15 and 10:15 p.m.
* The House Bunny (PG-13): 1:15,4:10, 7:30 and 10:20 p.m.
* The Rocker (PG-13): 1:30.4:00, 7:00 and 10:10 p.m.
* Mirrors (R): 1:20, 4:30, 7:20 and 10:00 p.m..
* Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG): 1:25, 4:25, 7:25 and 10:05 p.m.
* Tropic Thunder (R): 1:00, 4:20,7:10 and 9:50 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* The Dark Knight (PG-13): 2:00,5:00 and 8:00 p.m.
* The Children Of The Huang Shi (R): 2:15,4:45 and 7:15 p.m.;
No 7:15 p.m. show Monday.
* Brideshead Revisited (PG-13): 2:30 and 5:15 p.m.
* Mama Mia (PG-13): 8:15 p.m. ..

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

TAVERNIER TOWNE CINEMA
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
* Call for movies and times


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30 Saturday, August 23, 2008


Keys Arts & Entertainment


Divers to help rebuild reef


Key Largo shop
to host first
citizen-scientists
T he first of five planned
Opportunities in 2008 for
Visitors to learn about
coral reefs and work side-by-
side with marine scientists to aid
in their restoration is set for
Aug. 24-28.
"We're inviting divers to
become citizen scientists," said
Amy Slate, owner of Amoray


Dive Resort in Key Largo,
whose resort is hosting the first
build-a-reef excursion.
The environmental education
and advocacy trip includes three
evening lectures and three morn-
ing dives to restore endangered
staghorn coral.
Scuba divers will work with
coral restoration expert Ken
Nedimyer and marine scientist
Lad Akins. Nedimyer is presi-
dent and Akins is executive
director of the Coral Restoration


Foundation, based in Tavernier.
Nedimyer has conducted sim-
ilar trips with students and dive
clubs, but this is the first event
he's led that is open to the gen-
eral public.
The three class sessions will
focus on coral health, the func-
tioning of coral in marine
ecosystems, identification of
natural and manmade threats to
coral and ways to protect coral.
"This is something the aver-
age person can get their hands
on and do," Nedimyer said. "It
shows positive results in real
time."


After the first lecture, divers
will visit the foundation's coral
nursery where about 2,000
growing corals lie in rows and
columns fixed by rebar on a
sandy bottom. At the nursery,
corals are started from a clip-
ping about the length of a
knuckle and grow to 30 or 40
centimeters. After a year on the
reef, they can grow several inch-
es tall with multiple branches. In
five years they are strong, inde-
pendent structures serving as
habitat to a variety of tropical
fish.
The second dive will show-


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A diver
helps
rebuild the
Molasses
Reef, one of
the most
popular
dive spots
in the Keys.
Photo courtesy
CORAL
RESTORATION
FOUNDATION
case corals transplanted to the
reef in 2007 and 2003 at two
locations.
On the final day, volunteer
divers acting as citizen scientists
are to be escorted by Nedimyer
and Akins to a site permitted by
the Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary for science
and research to transplant 18
corals. -
Amoray Dive Resort is offer-
ing a combination package with
lodging that starts at $502 per
person for four nights, based on
double occupancy, and includes
seminars and diving. For more
details and reservations, call 1-
(800)627-6729.
The four remaining build-a-
reef tours open to the public in
2008 are set for Sept. 10-12 and
Sept. 24-26 at Quiescence
Diving Services in Key Largo;
Oct. 8-12 with Amoray and Oct.
29-31 with Florida Keys Dive
Center in Islamorada.
Amoray is the only company
to offer a lodging and dive pack-
age. Packages with the other
dive operators, which do not
include lodging; start at $300
per person. Contact Quiescence
at 451-2440 or the Florida Keys
Dive Center at 1-(800)433-8946.


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Performance at St. Paul's and the Key West
International Jazz Festival presents

OT JAZZ in a OOL PLACE
featuring DAVE BURNS on piano,
LONNIE JACOBSON on bass and
drummer RICHARD CROOKS
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including new compositions by Dave.

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In brief


Keys Chorale
looking for singers

The Florida Keys Community
College's Keys Chorale will
begin rehearsals for its 18th sea-
son on Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 7
p.m. and is looking for new
singers to join this year. The only
requirements are a love of music
and the ability to match pitch.
The 2008-2009 season will
include three concerts: 'the annu-
al holiday concert on Dec. 12
(with a Saturday matinee on
Dec. 13), featuring the
"Ceremony of Carols" by
Benjamin Britten; a spring
"Bernstein Bash" concert on
March 6 (with a Saturday mati-
nee on March 7), with music by
American music icon Leonard
Bernstein; and a "Concert Under
the Stars" on April 25.
The December and March
concerts will be held at the
Tennessee Williams Theatre on
the campus of FKCC. The
"Concert Under the Stars" will
be on the Great Lawn at the
community college.
Interested singers should reg-
ister for Mixed Community


Chorus through the continuing
education department at FKCC.
Those needing to take the course
for credit can register for inde-
pendent study.
The Keys Chorale meets
every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m.
beginning Aug. 26 in the chorus
room on the second floor behind
the Tennessee Williams Theatre.
For more information, call Dean
Walters at 809-3176 or 745-1409.

Tropic to host
massive movie sale

The Tropic Cinema in Key
West is hosting a community-
wide DVD and VHS movie sale
Aug. 23-24 and is asking people
who are willing to weed through


their movie collections and
donate what they don't want.
The sale will be a fundraiser
for the Key West Film Society, a
501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Besides DVDs and VHS
tapes, the Tropic is also encour-
aging the donation of film-relat-
ed books, biographies, filmogra-
phies and old movie magu ines.
Movie donations may be
dropped off at the Tropic Cinema
at 416 Eaton St. in Key West.
Donors will receive, if they
wish, a tax letter of contribution,
so that the value of the films
donated can be deducted from
federal income tax returns.
The sale will take place
August 23-24 at the Tropic and
will include several hundred
movie posters.


Sheri Lohr, a longtime member of the Key West Poetry Guild,
reads one of her Everglades poems at a reception at Crane
Point museum in Marathon earlier this summer.


Key West poets


return to the Guild


Public invited
to reading
on Sept. 7
The Key West Poetry Guild
and Guild Hall Gallery
afe pleased to announce a
new venue for poetry. The
group will be returning to its
original home at the Guild Hall
Gallery, continuing to gather on
the first Sunday of every month
at 8 p.m. for readings of origi-
nal poetry.
In 1976 Richard Marsh
began hosting readings at the
gallery, and the event has been
presented every first Sunday for
over thirty years. After Marsh
left, the readings were hosted
.by.Jodie'and Judy Adamriat, ..


their jewelry store on Caroline
Street. Since then, the meetings
have continued at various ven-
ues, including The Upstart
Crow bookstore on Whitehead,
The Woodenhead Gallery on
Caroline, the home of poet
Sheri Lohr on Whitehead Street,
Sippin' Internet Cafe6 on Eaton
Street, and at Blue Heaven on
Thomas Street.
Readings are open to the
public, and all readers are invit-
ed to read from their own origi-
nal work. Hosts are Allen
Meece and Tony Klein. The
first meeting at Guild Hall is on
Sunday, Sept. 7 at 8 PM. For
more information call 292-8577
or 731-9996~ ;" "


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Keys Arts & Entertainment


Sister Funk to open Womenfest Sept. 2


Annual event
packed with
performances
A hot entertainment lineup
awaits those attending
Key West's 22nd annual
Womenfest, a celebration for les-
bians and their friends to take
place Tuesday through Sunday,
Sept. 2-7.
Headlining performers
include the all-female band
Sister Funk, hip-hop and soul
artists God-des & She, dance
sensation Lori Michaels and
singer, songwriter and comedian
Lisa Koch.
Sister Funk and God-des &
She are to share the stage at
Sunset Rock on Friday, Sept. 5
at Dante's at Conch Harbor
Maria, at 951 Caroline Sf
The award-winning rockers


of Sister Funk have earned com-
parisons to Pink and Maroon 5.
The band also appeared at
Womenfest in 2006.
Hip-hop and soul duo God-
des & She gained widespread
renown during a guest appear-
ance on the Showtime television
series "The L Word." Their latest
CD, "Stand Up," recently hit the
streets.
Gates for Sunset Rock are to
open at 7 p.m., with Sister Funk
performing at 7:30 p.m. and
God-des & She to take the stage
at 9:30 p.m. General admission
tickets are $25 per person.
Comedienne Lisa Koch, who
performs regularly on board
Olivia Cruises, will present
"Laughing Out Loud" on
Saturday, Sept. 6 at Key West's
Tropic Cinema at 416 Eaton St.
Two performances are sched-


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Rebecca Tomlinson.


uled, at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Tickets are priced at $25 per
person for general admission
and $35 per person for priority
seating.
Special guest Lori Michaels is
as skilled at performing soft love
tunes as she is on her hot dance
tracks. A Womenfest veteran
who delighted audiences in 2006
and 2007, she is slated to make
multiple appearances Sept. 4-6
including an "unplugged" happy
hour performance Friday, Sept.
5, at Aqua Nightclub, 711
Duval St.


The Womenfest festivities are
to begin with an opening night
party featuring Sister Funk, set
for 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, at
Chelsea House, 709 Truman
Ave. The "rainbow Caribbean"
sound of Lenore Troia and Laura
Wood will also be featured.
The festival schedule also
includes on-the-water excursions
ranging from women-only sunset
sails to reef snorkeling and dol-
phin watching, trolley tours that
spotlight the history and contri-
butions of Key West's flourish-
ing LGBT community, women-


In brief


Fantasy Fest street fair
applications available

Vendor applications for the
Fantasy Fest Street Fair are now
available on the official Web site
of Fantasy Fest, at www.fantasy
fest.net. All arts and craft and
food vendors must turn in appli-
cations with a deposit no later
than Friday, Oct. 10 at the
Fantasy Fest office at 1111
Twelfth Street, Suite 211 (behind
K-Mart). The lottery for early
sign-up is encouraged. The arts


and craft lottery sign-up will
take place on Monday, Sept. 8 in
the Sanctuary Lounge at the
Doubletree Grand Key Resort
from 10 a.m. to noon. The food
vendor lottery sign-up is sched-
uled for Wednesday, Sept. 10
from 9-11 a.m, also at the
.Doubletree. The Fantasy Fest
Street Fair booths sill be set up
this year on the Sloppy Joe side
of Duval Street. The other side
of the street will be kept open
for emergency vehicles. If you
would like an application mailed
or faxed, call 296-1817.


only daytime pool parties at
local resorts, a street fair, two
country evenings featuring danc-
ing and sexy competitive "bull
riding," a Texas Hold 'Em Poker
Party and a group commitment
ceremony and champagne
brunch.
Womenfest also provides fes-
tival participants a chance to
focus on creativity by participat-
ing in a juried art exhibit and
poetry reading. Artists can send
a photo and description of their
work to info@womenfest.com to
have it considered for exhibit.
Poets can sign up for the open
mic portion of the poetry read-
ing, emceed by poet Sheri Lohr,
hosted by the Key West Heritage
House Robert Frost Poetry
Festival. The Womenfest Art
Exhibit & Poetry Reading will
be held Wednesday, Sept 3, in
the Crystal Room at La Te Da,
1125 Duval St.
God-des & She are to present
a final performance at
Womenfest's closing event, a
"floating tea dance" aboard the
catamaran Fury that also features
DJ Harmony.
For festival information
including ticketing and lodging,
visit www.womenfest.com or
call the Key West Business
Guild at 294-4603.


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Keys Arts & Entertainment


Saturday, August 23, 2008


'Western Union'


back in the water


Historic ship
restored and
taking trips
The last tall ship assem-
bled in Key West, the 69-
year-old schooner
Western Union, is once again
carrying passengers on sunset
sailing excursions.
Backed by a local grassroots
organization formed to restore,
maintain and operate the his-
toric vessel as a maritime
museum, the 130-foot Western
Union recently underwent sur-
veys and repairs necessary for
its Coast Guard recertification.
In July, the Schooner
Western Union Preservation
Society began offering nightly
sunset sailing excursions on the
vessel. Passengers depart one
hour before sunset, cruise past
Mallory Square and watch the
sun sinking into the Atlantic.
Launched in 1939, Western
Union.is the last surviving
example of a traditional
American coasting schooner. It
served the Western Union
Telegraph Co. for 35 years and
is believed to be the world's
only surviving sailing cable
ship, according to local mar-
itime historians.
Though it spent 10 years as
a Key West tour vessel, mainte-
nance and renovation costs
forced previous owners to
cease operations. In late 2007,
they donated it to the society
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"People in Key West love
the Western Union and they
know it's supposed to be here,"
said Theo Glorie, founder and
board member of the society.
While the historic schooner
has already undergone the ini-
tial restoration needed to
resume operation, more work is
required to ensure long-term
preservation. The Florida Keys
tourism council recently agreed
to provide more than $400,000
toward the restoration effort,
and the society is spearheading
a campaign to raise additional
funds needed for the project.
"She is the sole remaining
sailing representative of the
Key West maritime past," board
member Guy deBoer said of
Western Union. "Hopefully, in
the next 2-3 years the boat will
be completely restored and will
be a beautiful fixture here."
The vessel is available for
private charters and weddings,
and there are plans for the
Western Union to begin offer-
ing day sails and stargazing
excursions this fall.
Schooner Western Union's
sunset sails depart from a dock
adjacent to the Schooner Wharf
Bar at 202 William St. in Key
West's Historic Seaport. Tickets
are $35 per person for adults
and $12 per child age 4-12. For
boarding times, reservations
and ticketing, call 292-1766.
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Saturday, August 23
Fre Children's Matinee at
12:30 p.m. at the Tropic in Key
West. "Nim's Island," for chil-
dren ages 5-12, tells the story of
Nim Rusoe, who lives On a
deserted island with her scien-
tist father and her reptile
friends. Doors open at 12 noon
at the'Tropic Cinema, at 416
Eaton Street in Key West.
Texas singer-songwriter
Clint Bullard from 5-9 p.m. at
the Hog's Breath Saloon in Key
West, playing country and rock-
abilly new tunes and old.
Every night through Aug. 28,
same time. For more informa-
tion call 296-4222.
Joanna Connor at 5:30 p.m.
(sound check) and 10 p.m. at
The Green Parrot in Key West.
Connor sings and plays electric
guitar modem blues, slide
guitar and blues rock. Also on
Sunday, Aug. 24 at 5:30 p.m.
The Green Parrot is at 601
Whitehead Street in Key West.
For more information call 294-
6133.
"One Night Stand" from 8-
11 p.m. at the Studios of Key
West at the Armory at 600
White St. Four teams of writers,


directors, actors and artists stage
four one-act plays. Tickets are
$10 at the door, of buy in
advance Mon-Fri at the Armory.
For more information go to
www.tskw.org or call 296-
0458.

Sunday, August 24
Films in the Garden Ores-
ents "Attack of the Killer
Tomatoes" at 7 p.m. at the Key
West Oldest House Museum at
322 Duval Street. Part of the
'Cult Film Greats' series of
August films. Hosted by the
Old Island Restoration
Foundation. Bring a blanket or
chair, or use theirs. Wine, beer,
soft drinks and snacks available.
Admission is $6, or $5 with
OIRF membership, Tropic
Cinema membership, or for
active duty or retired military
and their families. For more
information call 294-9501.
Ballroom dancing from 7-9
p.m. at Paradise Health and
Fitness at 1706 Roosevelt Blvd.
in Key West. Open dancing for
all levels with a lesson. Cost is
$3. Taught by Ilsa and Dieter all
month. For more information
call 296-6348.


Monday, August 25
Tap Dance Lessons at 5:15
p.m. for advanced students and
6:30 p.m. for beginners at the
Marathon Community Theatre at
mile marker 49.5 Overseas Hwy.
No charge. For more information
call 743-0408.
Monday night classic "That
Wonderful Urge" at 8 p.m. at
the Tropic Cinema on Eaton
Street in Key West. In this come-
dy from 1948, Tyrone Powers
plays an investigative reporter
who uses a ruse to meet a gro-
cery-store heiress he's been writ-
ing unflattering things about.
Tickets $3. Host Mary Sparacio
from LPTV will give a brief
introduction and lead an infor-
mal discussion after the show.

Tuesday, August 26
Aqua Idol from 6:30-8 p.m.
at Aqua Nightclub on Duval
Street in Key West. Week four!
This American Idol-type contest
started Tuesday, July 29 and
goes for eight consecutive
Tuesday. This week's celebrity
judges are Valerie Carr, Tony '
Konrath and Michael McCabe.
Singers are Paul Cross, Marc
Crow, Mary Deasy, Vanessa


DiGennaro, Lady Diana, Maj
Johnson and Scott Zimmerman.
Proceeds from voters' (you pay
$1 to vote for best singer) go to
benefit the Florida Keys Council
of the Arts.

Friday, August 27
Salsa Lessons at Paradise
Health and Fitness at 1706
Roosevelt Blvd. in Key West.
Beginners are at 7 p.m., experi-
enced dancers at 8 p.m. Taught
by Lucy & Leon. Cost is $6 per
person. For more information
call 296-6348.
"Race your Nuts!" Coconut
Races at 7 p.m. at the Ocean
Key Resort & Spa at zero Duval
Street in Key West. Coconuts are
raced on a floating track, pro-
pelled by wind and waves. Pick
your favorite and win prizes!
Every Friday. Call 296-7701 for
more information.


Saturday, August 28
Free Children's Matinee at
12:30 p.m. at the Tropic in Key
West. "Bamboo Bears" for chil-
dren age 2-5 and "Soccer
Moms" for kids 8-12. Doors
open at 12 noon at the Tropic
Cinema in Key West. A free bike
will be given away to one lucky
kid. The Tropic Cinema is at 416
Eaton Street in Key West.

Sunday, August 31
Films in the Garden pres-
uents "Brazil" at 7 p.m. at the


Country
singer and
Key West
- ..' ', -^ favorite
-: Clint Bullard
returned to
Ke the Hog's
Breath in Key
West on
Tuesday and
plays every
night through
Aug. 28, from
.5-9 p.m.

Key West Oldest House Museum
at 322 Duval St. The last in the
'Cult Film Greats' series. Hosted
by the Old'Island Restoration
Foundation. Bring a blanket or
chair, or use theirs. Wine, beer,
soft drinks and snacks available.
Admission is $6, or $5 with
OIRF membership, Tropic
Cinema membership, or for
active duty or retired military
and their families. For more
information call 294-9501.
"Extended 80s" all-vinyl
old-school dance party starting
at 8 p.m. upstairs at Mangoes on
Duval Street in Key West.
Dancing to classic '80s remixes
from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Hosted by
Voltaire Books and benefiting
Friends of the Key West Library.
Tickets are $8 at Voltaire Books
at 330 Simonton Street or $10 at
the door. For more information
call 296-3226.
Saturday, September 6
"Laughing Out Loud" with
singer/comedian Lisa Koch at
7:30 and 9:30 p.m. at the Tropic
Cinema on Eaton Street in Key
West. Part of the 22nd annual
Womenfest. The Seattle-based
Koch has four solo recordings,
and is an alumnus of the cult
quartet Venus Envy. Tickets are
$25 and $35 and can be pur-
chased by calling the Tropic at
433-4183 or at www.keywest
film.org.


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LABOR DAY SERVICE: This is the Nov. 14, 1937, dedication of the Hurricane Monument,
formally known as the Florida Keys Memorial. The monument at mile marker 82 is dedicated
to the hundreds of Upper Keys residents who died in the 1935 Labor Day hurricane, and
includes the skeletal and cremated remains of some of the victims. A Labor.Day memorial
service is planned for the monument at 9 a.m. Sept. 1.



CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
.L 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
Phone: (305) 743-0033
CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Marathon will hold Public
Hearings on August 26th at the Marathon Fire Rescue Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. and
September 9th of 2008 at the Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon,
Florida Both meetings will begin at 5:30 pm or as soon thereafter as possible. The purpose of the
public hearings is to consider adoption of the ordinance below. Interested parties may appear at the
hearing and be heard with respect to the following proposed items:
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 32 of the City of Marathon Code to Prohibit Parking in
Fire Lanes; Providing For Severability; Providing For Inclusion In The Code; Providing
For The Repeal Of Conflicting Provisions; And Providing An Effective Date
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 36, Waterways, To Include A Prohibition On Wet
Storage, Providing For A Definition Of Wet Storage, Providing For Penalties, Providing For
Inclusion In The Cfties Code Of Ordinances, Providing For Repeal of Ordinances Found
Inconsistent, Providing For Severability, and Providing For An Effective Date.
The above ordinance can be inspected at City Hall, located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon,
Florida, during normal business hours. Interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing or
provide written comments on the proposed ordinance to the City Clerk.
The City Council may continue or defer the hearing to a new date and time certain without further notice
provided the date and time of the continuance or deferral is announced at the Public Hearing.
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at any the meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purposes he or she 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.
The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Individuals
with disabilities requiring special accommodations or assistance should call the City Clerk at City Hall
(305) 289-5020 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance.


City Clerk, City of Marathon Published Keynoter 08/16/08, 08/20/08 & 08/23/08


Keys briefs


Worth to create
Fantasy Fest art

Fantasy Fest organizers have
-named Key West artist Rick
Worth the official artist of the
2008 Fantasy Fest poster and T-
shirt art. Worth's design encapsu-
lates the theme "Pirates, Pundits
and Political Party Animals."
Worth, a Key West resident
for 23 years, is a self-taught artist
specializing in fine as well as
public art. He is known for many
of his decorated cars that roam
the streets of Key West. He also
shares his talent with local the-
aters, festivals and charities,
working on backdrops, murals


and floats.
Worth works out of thefLucky
Street Gallery, 1130 Duval St. A
* meet-and-greet with him at the
official Fantasy Fest poster sign-
ing party is at 5 p.m. Oct. 21 at
the Crowne Plaza La Concha
Hotel on Duval.


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Keys Living


Keys briefs


Rosasco honored as
PaurlHarris fellow

Big Pine and Lower Keys
Rotary member Peter Rosasco
has been recognized as a new
Paul Harris fellow.
Rosasco, an accountant,
joins-aany other Rotarians who
make annual contributions of at
least $1,000 annually to the


Rotary Foundation, which sup-
ports humanitarian efforts
worldwide.
For more information on the
club, contact President Derek
Norman at 797-3387.

Traveling Vietnam
wall needs donations

The Key West Military
Affairs Committee continues
making progress in its effort to
bring the traveling Vietnam
Veterans Wall to the Keys.
To do so, $10,000 is needed.
So far, $3,980 has been raised,
organizer Mike Driscoll says.
Among those donating


money or services are the
DoubleTree Grand Key Resort,
Ocean Breeze Inn, Fairfield Inn
& Suites, Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3911 Ladies
Auxiliary, Andy Griffiths
Charters, Naval Air Station Key
West Chief Petty Officers'
Mess, U.S. Coast Guard Chief
Petty Officers' Mess, John and
Crissy Gallagher, American
Legion Post 28, Mike Driscoll
and Suzanne Runnels, Dick and
Lucille Powell, an anonymous
VFW Post 3911 member, Key
West Ink and Peter Anderson.
Driscoll hopes to get the wall
here in December. For more
information, call him at 293-
2861. .


NOTICE TO MONROE COUNTY REGISTERED VOTERS
PHOTO ID NOW REQUIRED TO VOTE

Harry L. Sawyer, Jr., Supervisor of Elections, would like to inform the
voters of Monroe County that Florida Statute now requires electors to provide
picture identification. Florida Statute requires "each elector, upon entering the
polling place, to present a Florida driver's license, a Florida identification card or
another form of picture identification approved by the Department of State."

Electors failing to furnish the required identification, must vote a provisional
ballot.



AVISO A LOS ELECTORES INSCRITOS DEL CONDADO
DE MONROE
AHORA SE REQUIRE PRESENTAR IDENTIFICATION
FOTOGRAFICA PARA VOTAR
Harry L. Sawyer, Jr., Supervisor de Elecciones, informa a los electores del
Condado de Monroe que los Estatutos de la Florida ahora requieren que los elec-
tores suministren identificaci6n fotogrifica. Los Estatutos de la Florida disponen
que "cada elector, al enrtrar al recinto electoral, present una licencia de conducir
de la Florida, una tarjeta de identificaci6n de la Florida u otro tipo de identifi-
caci6n fotogrifica aprobada por el Departamento de Estado".

Los electores que no tengan la identificaci6n necesaria deberan votar uti-
lizando una boleta provisional.

Harry L. Sawyer, Jr.
Supervisor of Elections
www.keys-elections.org

Published Keynoter 08/23/08


Keynoter


SERIOUS TAIL: The Pilot House Restaurant and Marina in
Key Largo awarded David Bauerle $200 for this 16.5-inch
lobster during its recent Biggest Lobster Contest. He
caught it off Carysfort Reef.





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Saturday, August 23, 2008
KEYNOTER


Keys briefs


Weller, Twins
agree on deal
Blayne Weller, who
ended his Key West High
School baseball career in
May, has signed with the
Minnesota Twins.
The 6-foot-5 pitcher, who
was selected in the 14th
round of the June amateur
draft, will report next month
to Mtnnesota's instructional
league.
Terms of his contract
were not available.

Youth club signs
up football players
The Marathon Youth
Club has football registra-
tion at 6 p.m. Monday at the
Stanley Switlik Elementary
School field.
Students ages 6 to 12 can
play. They should show up
at registration ready to prac-
tice with cleats. And girls
are needed for cheerleaders.
Any questions. call John
Murphy at 289-9515.

Sign up today
for AYSO soccer'
Bo' s and girls 4 and a
half to 15 can register for
the 2008 Marathon Youth
Club American Youth
Soccer organization season
today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the concession stand by
the soccer fields at the
Marathon Communit) Park.
Volunteers and partici-
pants can also _sign up by
going to The UPS Store in
the Publix plaza or stop by
the Marathon Parks and
Recreation Department
offices.
Registration is $50. The
fee includes a uniform
(shirt, shorts and socks):
players supply their own
shoes and shin guards.
Adult volunteers are
needed as coaches, referees
and administrators. For
more information call 731-
3086.


Cavic challenges Phelps

Upper Keys
prepped swimmer
for Olympics
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com' ,


A swimmer who trained in
Upper Keys pools came one hun-
dredth of a second away from
dashing Michael Phelps' dream
of eight gold medals at the 2008
Olympics.
Milorad Cavic won a silver
medal for Serbia in the 100-
meter butterfly at Beijing Aug. 15
- and gave Phelps fans their
biggest scare of the summer
games.
Cavic, a native of California
who holds dual U.S. and Serbian
citizenship, trained with The
Race Club coach Mike Bottom in
sessions at the Jacobs Aquatic
Center in Key Largo and
Founders Park in Islamorada.
"I am completely happy and
still in complete disbelief that I
was able to achieve this [silver
medal] feat," Cavic posted on his
blog. "It's a tough loss but I'm on
Cloud Nine."
Cavic, known as Mike among
the Keys swimming community,
seemed about to break Phelps'


See SWIMMER / 38


Conchs


in Puert

Soccer teams
show promise
in exhibitions
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

There were mountains and
rain forests to see, and plenty of
games to play. Overall, the
recent trip to Puerto Rico by the
Key West High School girls and
boys. soccer teams was all they
had honed for.


Photo courtesy STEPHEN FRINK
George Bovell, a 2004 Olympic medalist for Trinidad and Tobago, gets a start during .a
practice heat at Key Largo's Jacobs Aquatic Center While training for the 2008 Games. He's
among several Olympians who trained in the Upper Keys.



go 7-3 Eagles lose


o Rico


"A great experience for the
kids and the chaperones," boys
coach Jason Clifford said of tak-
ing on international competition
in exhibition games.
"A fantastic trip," said girls
coach Scott Paul. "It was an
excellent opportunity to watch
the personality of the team take
shape."
The girls team, which left for
the U.S. territory a day earlier
See CONCHS / 39


experience

Soccer team
fills holes left
by graduations
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Watching his team practice
Wednesday, Island Christian
School boys soccer coach
Robert Lucas observed, "It's a
little bumpy in some areas, but
we'll make do."
He was talking abhot the.


Eagles' Islamorada field -
roughly rotated about v45
degrees to the east in order to
accommodate gym construction
- but the same could apply to
the Eagle varsity.
The team is coming off an
excellent 2007 season, going
10-5 with a runner-up finish in
district play. The Eagles lost the
district title in double overtime
to archrival Princeton Christian
- which handed ICS four of its


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38 Saturday, August 23, 2008


Keys Sports & Outdoors


Islamorada club trains many Olympians


SWIMMER / From 37

run of gold medals in Beijing
before Phelps took a half stroke
that let him touch the wall first
- by .01 second.
It's the smallest time differen-
tial allowed in swimming. Cavic
swam his personal-best time,
i ich experts calculated had put
him 4.7 millimeters behind the
phenomenal Phelps at the end.
Pool manager Corky Wagner


said the Jacobs Aquatic Center
arranged special times to let The
Race Club's Olympic contenders
train, and installed state-of-the-
art starting blocks.
"These things were done to
help with the training of a group
of fantastic athletes who repaid
us by sharing their friendship and
being the best kinds of role mod-
els for our younger swimmers,"
Wagner said.
Race Club members Duje
Draganja (Croatia) and George


Bovell (Trinidad and Tobago)
each reached the Olympic semi-
finals in the 50n'meter freestyle
sprint.
Swimming in the same semi,
Draganja took fifth, edging sixth-
place Bovell, 23.85 seconds to
23.86.
Bovell, who won his coun-
try's first swimming medal with
a silver in 2004, carried *he
Trinidad and Tobago flag in the
2008 opening ceremonies.
Other Race Club Olympians


included Guy Barnea (Israel),
who reached the 100-meter back-
stroke semifinals; and Henrique
"Ricky" Barbosa (Brazil), who
turned in good times in opening
heats for the 200 backstroke and
100 breaststroke.
"We're really proud of all our
swimmers," Race Club official
Bebe Hall said. "They posted
excellent times and did very
well."
The Race Club, founded by
former U.S. swimming medalists


Gary Hall Sr. and Gary Hall Jr.,
"was the most important and
positive thing to happen in swim-
ming in the Keys," Wagner said.
Having top-flight facilities
like the pools at Key Largo and
Islamorada makes the Upper
Keys a draw for swimming, he
said.
The Race Club runs swim-
ming programs for swimmers
ranging from locals to world-
class athletes.


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There's still time Swim less ,ns offered
fur 4vim registration at Founders Park


Registration for the Marathon
area chapter of United States
Swimming is being held for
summer session.
The team is run by United
States Swimming instructor Tim
Knight and in its 12th year. To
sign up, call 743-4443 or 743-
4442 and ask for information
about the team.


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Islamorada resident Colleen
Hammon, a 25-year -veteran
swim instructor certified with
the American Red Cross, is
.offering two-week swimming
safety classes at Founders Park
in Islamorada.
In separate classes of 30 min-
utes each, Hammon teaches pool
safety and basic swimming skills
to children of various ages and
skill levels. Students attend eight
sessions Monday through
Thursday for two weeks.
For more information, call
Hammon at 852-3003 or
Founders Park at 853-1685.


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Saturday, August 23, 2008


Photo courtesy SCOTT PAUL


The Lady Conchs soccer team went 3-2 on their trip to Puerto
Rico. Fisticuffs broke out in one of the games.


Game was 'gut-check'


Conch golfers tee off


By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

With seven home matches and
three promising freshmen joining
a group of veterans, the Key West
High School golf team is set to tee
off on what it anticipates will be a
winning season.
"We're pretty strong," coach
Nora Laubenstein said.
The Conchs will be led by sen--
iors Blake Oropeza, Daniel Magil
and Casey Dion, and sophomore
Jack Lockwood.
Oropeza, who was the. team's
No. 1 player a year ago, and
Lockwood, who finished 20th in
the state boys junior champi-
onships this summer, are capable


of shooting in the high 30s for
nine holes, while Magil and Dion
should consistently shoot 40, 41
or 42, Laubenstein said.
All of the returning players,
including junior Zack Kemp, will
be pushed by three freshman -
Nick Patrocky, A.J. Davila and
the much-talked-about Joseph
Arazi, who can also break 40.
"He's been out here for two
years playing all the time,"
Laubenstein said of Arazi. "He's a
solid player with very crisp
strokes. The competition might
fluster him but he's got a good
mental game."
The Conchs hope to remedy
the bad putting that was costly
last season when they went 10-10


and finished last in the Ditrict
24-1A meet. "We're putting every
day before and after practice,"
Laubenstein said.
After playing in a tournament
in Miami on Sept. 2, the Conchs
will open the regular season at
1:30 p.m. Sept. 5 at the Key West
Golf Club against districr-foes
Marathon, Gulliver Prep and
Ransom Everglades.
Laubenstein has been pointing
to this season since she took the
job two years ago, inheriting
mainly inexperienced players.
"Our seniors are comfortable
and know how to compete," she
said, "and the young kids are so
motivated to do well. There's a lot
of competition within the team."


CONCHS / From 37

than the boys, went 3-2, with
both losses coming to teams that
Paul said were "stacked" with
older players. -
A 2-1 loss to an Aguada team
the Conchs had defeated last
summer ended with Jennifer
Barcenas getting punched by an
opponent.
"The teams then exchanged
pleasantries ... it was the rumble
in Aguada," Paul said. "It was a
wonderful gut-check for the girls
even though it was not some-
thing that a coach promotes."
The Conchs won their final
game, 11-1, over Aguadilla.
Several players shined,
including Barcenas, Krizzie
Menez, Scarlett Williams,
Rachel Rivet, Cheryl Chavka,
Chloe DeVelasco, Natalie
Dudley, Kaya Lydamore, keeper
Ashley Stephenson and new-
comer Lani Dudley.
The boys left the island with
a 4-1 record. They lost to the


University of Puerto Rico at
Aquadilla, 2-0, beat three 17-
and-under teams and then
defeated the University of
Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, 2-1.
"Overall, the kids played well
and it was good to see a different
style than we see in Miami,"
Clifford said.
Trevoi Gordon, Shaun
Hamilton and Zach Harden
stood out for the Conchs, each
controlling :their area of the field
and creating scoring opportuni-
ties.
"The team as a whole really
played well and the younger
guys showed that summer
camps, morning practices and
running on the side has helped
the team grow in the off-sea-
son," Clifford said.


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Top-scoring Izaguirre returns


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Island Christian senior Aaron Izaguirre (left) works against
freshman Phillip Resillez in a preseason practice this week. The
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five losses.
But now Lucas needs to fill in
about half his starting lineup with
the season opener looming at
4:30 p.m. Thursday, at home
against Calusa Prep.
"We definitely have to look at
several spots in the lineup," said
Lucas, assisted by coach Todd
Wyatt.
On the up side, scoring leader
Aaron Izaguirre returns for his
senior season. At the other for-
ward spot, returning sophomore
Jon Cruciger may have the
strongest leg on the 16-player
squad.
In goal, junior Phillip
Izaguirre earned 2007 all-star
honors for his first season in the
net. Tom Cavanagh and Jordan
Izaguirre also bring experience as
starters.
Lucas said he will look to
players like Daniel Pratt, John
Eager and Jimmy Rhyne to step


up to fill holes left by graduating
seniors.
The Eagles began practice
Wednesday after earlier planned
workouts were washed out by


The team is

coming

off an

excellent

2007

season


Tropical Storm Fay.
"We're not in condition yet,"
Lucas said. "That will have to
happen while we're playing the
early part of the season."
Fall soccer, typically. played
by schools without a football pro-
gram, has been dropped by the


Florida High School Athletic
Association as a state champi-
onship sport.
But teams still play in dis-
tricts, aiming for a spot in a semi-
official tournament at season's
end.
"It could help us since teams
won't get eliminated at the dis-
trict level," Lucas said. "Eight
teams all will compete at the
same site. Before, the second-
best team in the state might have
been stopped at district if it had to
play the best team."
Lucas tried to upgrade the
schedule with addition of foes
like Wellington Christian, Fort
Lauderdale Christian and
Dreyfoos Academy, but just
learned former district rival Brito
Private dropped its fall soccer
program. "We're hopeful we can
pick up other teams to play," he
said.
Princeton Christian visits
Islamorada for the season's first
meeting between the two rivals
on Sept. 8.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

110
Legal Notices

No.6433400
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 08 CP 33 M
Division PROBATE

IN RE: ESTATE OF
David Michael Christy
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
,CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of David Michael
Christy, deceased,
whose date of death was
October 30th, 2007, and
whose social security
number is, 067-38-4575
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
3117 Overseas Highway
Marathon FL 33050.

The names and address-
es of the personal repre-
sentative and the person-
al representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LAT-
ER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

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

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


August 23, 2008


110
Legal Notices
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is August 16, 2008
Personal
Representative:
Sean Christy
9 Alenier Street
Hamden, Ct 06514
Jennifer Christy
151 Fowler Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217

Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
CUNNINGHAM &
MILLER P.A.
2975 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305) 743-9428
Florida Bar No. 835471

Publish August 16, 23,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 6445600

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

BY CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned,
DANNY L. KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit of
Monroe County, Florida,
will, on the 5th day of
SEPTEMBER 2008 at
11:00 a.m. at the front
door of the Monroe
County Courthouse on
500 Whitehead Street,
Monroe County, in the
City of Key West, Florida,
offerfor sale, and sell at
Public outcry to the high-
est bidder for CASH the
following described prop-
erty situated in Monroe
County, Florida, to wit:

THE SOUTHERLY
HALF OF LOT 18,
BLOCK 11, AMENDED
PLAT OF KEY COLONY
BEACH FIRST ADDI-
TION, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE
11 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
MONROE COUNTY.
Pursuant to the DE- ;
FAULT FINAL JUDG-
MENT OF FORECLO-
SURE entered in a case


110
Legal Notices
pending in Said Court,
the style of which is:

BANKUNITED, FSB,
Plaintiff,
v.
RHONDA CEDAR, a sin-
gle woman, if living and if
deceased, any unknown
party who may claim as
heir, devisee, grantee,
assignee, lienor, creditor,
trustee of other claimant,
by, through under of
against RHONDA
CEDER; FIFTH THIRD
BANK; JOHN DOE;
MARY DOE AND/OR
ANY UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSES-
SION, AND ALL OTH-
ERS WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN,

Defendants
And the Docket Number
07 CA 247 M
Witness my hand and the
Official Seal of said
Court, this 11th day of
AUGUST, 2008.
Danny L. Kolha'ge
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Monroe County, Florida

By: Tammy Marciel
Deputy Clerk
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN THE CIR-
CUIT COURT, OF THE

Florida Statute 45.031:
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Publish August 16, 23,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 6466400

NOTICE OF REQUEST
FOR PROPOSALS
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO
PROSPECTIVE
PROPOSERS that on
September 25, 2008 at
3:00 P.M. at the Monroe
County Purchasing
Office, the Board of
County Commissioners
of Monroe County,
Florida, will open sealed
proposals forthe
following:
MANAGEMENT OF BIG
PINE KEY PARK
AND SKATE PARK
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA


CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551 CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


110
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RFP-PFM-269-97-2008-
PUR/CV
Requirements for sub-
mission and the selection
criteria may be requested
from DemandStar by
Onvia at
www.demandstar.com
OR
http://www.co.monroe
county-fl.gov/pages/
msd/bids.htm or call toll-
free at 1-800-711-1712.
The Public Record is
available at the Purchas-
ing Office located at
The Gato Building,
1100 Simonton Street,
Key West, FL 33040.
Technical questions
should be directed, in
writing, solely to John W.
King, Senior Director,
Lower Keys Facilities,
3583 South Roosevelt
Boulevard, Key West,
Florida 33040 or by fac-
simile to (305) 295-3672.
All answers will be by
Addenda.
Interested firms or indi-
viduals are requested to
indicate their interest by
submitting four (4)
signed originals and
two (2) complete cop-
ies of the proposal, a
total of six (6), in a
sealed envelope clearly
marked on the outside,
with the Proposer's name
and "Proposal for
Management of Big
Pine Key Park and
Skate Park, Monroe
County, Florida"
addressed to:
Monroe County
Purchasing Office
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: (305) 292-4466
Fax: (305) 292-4465
All proposals must be
received by the County
Purchasing Office be-
fore 3:00 P.M. on Sep-
tember 25, 2008. Any
proposals received after
this date and time will be
automatically rejected.
Materials may be deliv-
ered by Certified Mail,
Return Receipt Request-
ed, hand-delivered or
couriered. Faxed or e-
mailed proposals will be
automatically rejected.
Hand delivered Propos-
als may request a re-
ceipt. If sent by mail or by
courier, the above-men-
tioned envelope shall be
enclosed in another en-
velope addressed to the
entity and address stated
above. Proposers should
be aware that certain "ex-
press mail" services will
not guarantee specific
time delivery to Key
West, Florida. It is the
sole responsibility of
each Proposer to ensure
their proposal is received
in a timely fashion.


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Monroe County's perfor-
mance and obligation to
pay under this contract is
contingent upon an annu-
al appropriation by the
Board of County
Commissioners.

All submissions must re-
main valid for a period of
ninety (90) days from the
date of the deadline for
submission stated
above. The Board will au-
tomatically reject the re-
sponse of any person or
affiliate who appears on
the convicted vendor list.
prepared by the Depart-
ment of Management
Services, State of
Florida, under Sec. -
287.133(3)(d), Florida
Statute (1997). Monroe
County declares that all
or portions of the docu-
ments and work papers
and other forms of deliv-
erables pursuant to this
request shall be subject
to reuse by the County.

The Board reserves the
rightto reject any and all
proposals, to waive infor-
malities in any or all pro-
posals, to re-advertise for
proposals; and to sepa-
rately accept or reject
any item or items of a pro-
posal, or portion of the
work, and to award
and/or negotiate a con-
tract in the best interest of
the County.

Dated at Key West this
13th day of August, 2008.

Monroe County
Purchasing Department

Publish August 2,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6537800

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

Case No.
2008-DR-349-K

JULIO CESAR REYES
MENDEZ
Petitioner
and
DENIA REGGINA
ZUNIGAFLORES
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
That an action has been
filed against you and that
your are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
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REYES MENDEZ whose
address is 337 46 St.,
Summerland Key,
Florida, 33042 on or be-
fore September 16,2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
500 Whitehead St., Key
West, FL 33040 before
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
petition.

Copies of all court doc-
uments in this case in-
cluding orders, are
available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's of-
fice. You may review
these documents upon
request.

You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file No-
tice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915) Fu-
ture papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to
the address on record
at the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation. Failure to com-
ply can result in san-
tions including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.

Dated: August 11,2008

CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marislady Lopez

Publish August 16,23,30,
September 6, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 6722100

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2008 CP 20 M
IN RE: ESTATE OF

JOHN P. COUGHLIN
deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of John P.
Coughlin, deceased,
whose date of death was
June'14,2006, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Florida,
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dress of which is 3117
Overseas Highway, Mar-
athon, Florida 33050.
The names and address-
es of the personal repre-
sentative and the person-
al representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LAT-
ER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST -
PUBLICATIONOF THIS
NOTICE.

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

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

The date of first
publication of this notice
is August 23,2008

Personal
Representative:
Patricia H. Coughlin
5409 Overseas Highway,
Box 244
Marathon, Florida 33050

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
William F. Sullivan
Florida Bar No. 109374
Portley & Sullivan
2211 East Sample Road
Suite 204
Lighthouse Point, Florida
33064-7590
Telephone:
954.781.7600

Publish August 23, 30,
2008
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No.6774200

Notice of Public
Meeting

The Monroe County
Criminal Justice, Mental
Health, and Substance
Abuse Reinvestment
Grant Planning Council
will meet on August 28,
2008 at 2:00 PM in the
Harvey Govt. Center,
1200 Truman Ave., Sec-
ond floor, Key West.
This Council makes rec-
ommendations to the
County Commission con-
cerning the above grant.
For an agenda or other
information, contact
Dave Owens, Grants
Admin., 1100 Simonton
St., Key West, FL 33040;
305-292-4482;
owens-david@
monroecounty-fl.gov

Publish August 23, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6846500

NOTICE OF
INVITATION TO
BIDSTATE OF
FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
BID NO. BDC 08-08/09

The Department of
Environmental
Protection, Division of
Recreation and Parks,
Bureau of Design and
Construction is soliciting
formal competitive bids
for the project listed
below:

PROJECT NAME:
Fort Zachary Taylor
Historic State Park -
Overburden Removal

SCOPE OF WORK:
The Bureau of Design
and Construction is re-
questing contractors, li-
censed in the State of
Florida to provide the
necessary labor, supervi-
sion, equipment and ma-
terials required to remove
approximately 1,170 cu-
bic yards of overburden
from Fort Zachary Taylor
Historic State Park.

PARK LOCATION:
P.O. Box 6560, Key
West, Fl 33041 (the end
of Southard Street
through Truman Annex,
Monroe County)

PROJECT MANAGER:
Kevin Jones, Assistant
Chief, Florida Parks
District 5 Office, 13798
S.E. Federal Hwy.. FL

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33456.

MINORITY BUSINESS
REQUIREMENT:
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection.
supports diversity in its
Procurement Program
and requests that all sub-
contracting opportunities
afforded by this bid em-
brace diversity enthusi-
astically. The award of
sub-contracts should re-
flect the full diversity of
the citizens of the State of
Florida. The Department
will be glad to furnish a
list of Minority Owned
Firms that could be
offered sub-contracting
opportunities.

PREQUALIFICATION:
When the total bid price
including alternates ex-
ceeds $200,000.00, each
bidderwhose field is.gov-
erned by Chapter 399,
455,489, and 633 of the
Florida Statutes for licen-
sure or certification must
submit prequalification
data of their eligibility pri-
orto the bid closing date.

INSTRUCTIONS:
Any firm desiring plans
and bid specifications for
this project may obtain a
copy by writing the ad-
dress or calling the tele-
phone number below.
Plans and Specifications
will be available on Au-
gust 1,2008 at: Fort
Zachary Taylor Historic
State Park, (the end of
Southard Street through
Truman Annex, Monroe
County), telephone
(305) 292-6713,
fax (305) 292-6881.

ADA REQUIREMENTS:
Any person with a quali-
fied disability shall not be
denied equal access and
effective communication
regarding any bid/pro-
posal documents or the
attendance at any related
meeting or bid/proposal
opening. If accommoda-
tions are needed be-
cause of disability,
please contact Michael
Renard with the Bureau
of Design and Construc-
tion at (850) 488-5372 at
least five (5) workdays
prior to openings. If you
are hearing or speech im-
paired, please contact
the Florida Relay Ser-
vices by calling
(800) 955-8771 (TDD)
or (800) 955-8770
(Voice).

MANDATORY PRE-BID
MEETING:
A mandatory pre-bid con-
ference will be held for all
interested bidders at
10:00 AM (E.T.), Thurs-
day, August 28,2008 at
the Fort Zachary Taylor
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cession. Forfurther di-
rections call Mark Knap-
ke, Park Manager, at
305-292-6713. All pro-
spective contractors sub-
mitting a response as a
result of this Invitation to
Bid MUST be repre-
sented in order for their
response to be consid-
ered. Ajoint venture must
be represented by at
least one firm participat-
ing in the joint venture.
Failure by a prospective
contractor to be repre-
sented at the mandatory
meeting will result in the
elimination of the pro-
spective contractor's bid
from further consider-
ation.

BID SUBMITTAL DUE
DATE: No later than 2:00
PM (E.T.), Tuesday, Sep-
tember 9, 2008 to the be-
low address: Florida De-
partment of Environmen-
tal Protection Bureau of
Design and Construction,
3540 Thomasville Road,
Tallahassee, Florida
32309, attention Michael
Renard, Construction
Projects Administrator,.
Bureau of Design and
Construction, (850)
488-5372. The Depart-
ment reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.

BID POSTING DATE:
No later than 2:00-PM,
Friday, September 12,
2008, unless extended
by the Department for
good cause.

NOTICE OF RIGHTS;
Notice of Intent to Protest
the Bid Specifications
must be filed with (re-
ceived by) the Agency
Clerk, Lea Crandall, De-
partment of Environmen-
tal Protection, Office of
General Counsel, MS 35,
3900 Commonwealth
Blvd., Tallahassee FL
32399-3000, (850)
245-2242, FAX (850)
245-2303, Lea.Cran-
dall@dep.state.fl.us dur-
ing the 72-hour period af-
ter Bid Specifications are
posted on the Vendor Bid
System. Failure to file a
Notice of Intent to Protest
or a formal, written Pro-
test in accordance with
Rule 28-110, F.A.C.,
within ten days after the
72-hour period ends, as
pre scribed in Section
120.57(3), Florida
Statutes, shall constitute
a waiver of your right to
an administrative hearing
on the Bid Specifications
under Chapter 120, Flori-
da Statutes. Rules for bid
protests can be found in
sections 120.569 and
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ter 28-110, Florida Ad-
ministrative Code. A bid
protester shall comply
with these statutes and
rules.

Publish august 23, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6850200

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 44 2007 CA
000 419 XXXXXXM

BANK OF NEW YORK
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLD-
ERS CWABS, INC. AS-
SET-BACKED NOTES,
SERIES 2006-SD3.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACQUELINE
MCPHILLIPS; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMI-
NEE FOR ADVENT
MORTGAGE, LLC. MIN
NO.,
100351600510100019;
UNKNOWN TENANT
NO.1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 2; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO. 3; UN-
KNOWN TENANT NO.
4; UNKNOWN TENANT -
NO. 5; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 6; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS
ACTION, OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TI-
TLE OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY HERE-
IN DESCRIBED',
Defendant.

RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER45

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuantto an
Order of Summary final
Judgment of foreclosure
dated May 29,2008 and
an Order Resetting Sale
dated August 7th, 2008,
and entered in Case No.
442007CA000419
XXXXXX of the Circuit
Court of the Sixteenth Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for
Monroe County, Florida,
wherein BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS
CWABS, INC. ASSET-
BACKED NOTES, SE-
RIES 2006-SD3 is Plain-
tiff and JACQUELINE
MCPHILLIPS; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-

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Sailboats & Cottages
Looking for a Husband/wife team and a Sailing
Instructor/Captain to manage (9) cottages and
(9) 22ft. sailboats on the bay in Key Largo.
Onsite housing provided.


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The Marathon Keynoter is looking for a dynamic account
executive in the Marathon area. Prefer someone with
newspaper sales experience, marketing experience and/or
strong sales background, excellent communication and
organizational skills. Must be a self-starter with the ability
to build business in a competitive environment.

Applicant must have his/her own dependable
transportation with a valid Florida Drivers license
and current insurance coverage. Prefer applicant to live
in the Middle Keys.

Salary, Commission
Fax or send resume to:

Melanie Elder Marketing Director
3015 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050
305-743-5551 Fax: 305-743-9586
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Ranger/Maintenance Person
Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Keys Overseas
Heritage Trail, is seeking a ranger/maintenance person for trash pick-up
on Keys bridges & trails. Some computer knowledge and trailer hauling
skills helpful. Flexible hours and weekends. Valid drivers license
required. This is a non-benefit position. Salary is $12.00 per hour.
Submit State of Florida job application to: 3 LaCroix Court, Key
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KNOWN TENANT NO. 4;
UNKNOWN TENANT
NO. 5; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO 6; and ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANTTO THIS
ACTION, OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are Defen-
dant, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for
cash at the Front Door of
the Monroe County
Courthouse,
500 Whitehead St.,
Key West Florida 33040
in Monroe County
Florida, at 11:00 or 11:15
a.m. on the 11th day of
September, 2008, the fol-
lowing described proper-
ty as set forth in said
Order of Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 7, BLOCK 6,
GULFSTREAM
SHORES OF
MARATHON, FLORIDA,
PLAT NO. 2,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
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GULFSTREAM
SHORES OF
MARATHON, FLORIDA,
PLAT NO. 2,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 142, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLIAM
WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE-SALE.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act of 1990, persons
needing special accomo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact the Clerk of the
Court not later than five
business days prior to the
proceeding should con-
tact the Clerk of the Court
not later than five days
prior to the proceeding at
the Monroe County
Courthouse. Telephone
305.294.4641 or
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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
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DATED at Key West,
Florida, on August 20,
2008
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Tammy Marciel
SMITH HIAT & DIAZ,
P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
P.O. BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33339 1438
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EMPLOYMENT

260 General -
Miscellaneous

Supeidl
AVON HIRING
Be your own boss!
Flexible hours.
$680 bonus. Call Cheryl,
866.478.5513 ext. 3
CAPT FOR 6 passenger
dive boat. Must be D/M or
Instr. Ins. provided. Re-
laxed, prof. environment.
Call 872.2319
Capt. Slate's Atlantic
Dive Center now
accepting applications
for Captains, Instructors
& divemasters. Apply in
person 51 Garden Cove
Dr., Key Largo, Fl, 33037.
305.451.3020.
CAPTAIN FOR DIVE
BOAT at Tilden's
SCUBA Center at Mara-
thon. Please call 305.
743.7255 for interview.
Communications
Officer Marathon
Monroe County Sheriffs
Office is looking for a
Communications Officer
in Marathon. Job duties
include responding to
emergency 911 calls,
provides pre-arrival in-
structions for medical
emergencies, and dis-
patches units to appropri-
ate locations. Ability to
perform multi-tasks accu-
rately, type 35 WPM and
good computer skills. Ap-
plicants can apply on-line
at www.keysso.net or
call Kristie Hernandez at
(305)292.7044.EEO/
AAP
Condo Maintenance,
FT, General/Pool maint,
some landscaping, exp.
with tractor, mower & oth-
er equip. English speak-
ing. Leave name & msg @
305.731.6470

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Coral Reef Park Co.
John Pennekamp
Division is seeking
PT Snack Bar
PT Snorkel Shed
PT Boat Rentals,
PT/FT Narrator.
Benefits, paid vacation,
health ins. 401K avail-
able. Pick up application
at Ranger's Station.
305.451.6301
Maintenance position
w/benefits. Electric,
plumbing, & carpentry
exp. needed. Summer
Sea Condo mm 88.5.
852-9559. Fax 852-5679.
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Drivers.
CDL Class A or B, 2 yrs
exp necessary. Apply in
person: 4290 Overseas
Hwy, Marathon.
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Helpers.
Starting pay $9. Raises
based on performance.
Apply in person: 4290
Overseas Hwy, Mthn.
MONROE COUNTY
TRANSP DRIVER
TRANSPKW !
$25,945.55- $31,135.66
Per Yr.40 hpw. REQ: HS
DIP/GED, 1-2 yr exp;
CDL Req. Random Drug
Test; Vet Pref Avail;
Drug-free Wkpl. E.O.E.
DEADLINE 08/28/08.
Latavia 292-4557
hromonroecounty-fl.gov
P/T Front Desk Clerk
MM68.5 at Lime Tree
Bay Resort. Must be de-
pendable and have own
trans. Call 305-664-4740
PLUMBER NEEDED
Marathon area.
Experienced only.
Good driving record.
Call 305.942.3505
RADIO INSTALL TECH
Job duties to include:
radio equipment installa-
tion, maintain communi-
cation vehicles, maintain
cleanliness of work area,
pick-up and delivery of
supplies, and assist the
Technician when need-
ed. Position does require
applicant to work outside
for long periods of time.
Applicant can apply on-
line atwww.keysso.net
or contact
Kristie Hernandez at the
Monroe County Sheriffs
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LPN's/CNA's
For Hospital Relief
Staffing. Hospice &
Assessments.
Choose your own
hours / location in
Homestead, Florida
City, Tavernier and
Plantation Keys areas.

Recruiters Available
24/7
888-783-1133
ext. 3004
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SH HOSPITAL

Registered ICU/ER Nurses night shifts
Nurse Manager O.R.
Physical Therapist
O.R. Surgical Techs
Case .Management Director

3301 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050
www.fishermenshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
FAX: (305) 289-6459
Email: michele.teller@flh.hma-c6rp.coin
E.O.EJ Drug Free Workplace


Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
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RADIO INSTALLTECH
Job duties to include:
radio equipment installa-
tion, maintain communi-
cation vehicles, maintain
cleanliness of work area,
pick-up and delivery of
supplies, and assist the
Technician when need-
ed. Position does require
applicant to work outside
for long periods of time.
Applicant can apply on-
line atwww.keysso.net,
or contact
Kristie Hernandez at the
Monroe County Sheriffs
Office at 292-7044. EOE/
AAP
RESORT HELP
Immediate openings:
Housekeeping, General
Maintenance/Dockhand.
Marathon area.
Call 305.797.1707
RETAIL MARKET HELP
Seafood Market, F/T po-
sition, Mon thru Sat,
Bilingual a plus. Apply
in person at 1264 Ocean
View Ave., Marathon
SECURITY GUARD
Part time, Marathon.
Call Keys Security
305.743.3143




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TELLER
Become part of our
Extraordinary Banking
Team. GENEROUS
SIGNING BONUS! Our
Islamorada office has an
opening for a Teller posi-
tion. We will consider en-
thusiastic candidates
who have strong cash
handling experience and
exceptional customer
service skills. We offer a
competitive benefits
package including: sign-
ing bonus, excellent
starting salary, tuition re-
imbursement, health/
dental coverage and
401 K with employer
match. Please fax your
resume to 239-403-5155
or visit our Online
Recruiting Center at
www.orionbank.com.
265
Healthcare
CARE PROVIDER
NEEDED in exchange for
Room & Board in
Old Town, Key West,
253.209.6375
Sunshine Babysitting,
A bonded and insured
sitting service is hiring!
Must be over 18 yr old
resortchildcare.com
Cheryl 305.522.6050


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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.
Liz 305.879.4158 Email
resume or questions to:
icskinder@yahoo.com
Bookkeeper Seeking
Accountant or Bookkeep-
er at Condo Association
in Middle Keys. Duties in-
clude A/R, A/P, collec-
tions, billing revenue op-
erations, sales, tax, filing,
property tax reports, daily
marina deposits, permits
and licenses. Exp. with
TOPS, accounting soft-
ware, preferably associ-
tion accounting. Compa-
rable salary and benefits.
Email resume to: shells-
highland6aaol.com.
Office Manager needed
Full benefits available.
Call Bayshore Physical
Therapy 289.8270


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Professional
AUTO BODY REPAIR
Tech/Painter needed.
Experienced in paint &
auto collision repair. F/T
Marathon 743.2646
Exp. Jeweler must have
own tools and be bond-
able. captainshon@earth-
*link.net or 453-5000.
MASTER PLUMBER or
Journeyman. If you are
not the best, please do
not apply. Top Pay.
Call 304.3055
REAL ESTATE AGENT
needed at Anglers Reef
in Islamorada, New De-
velopment, Great Oppor-
tunity. Rose Sanchez,
305.395.0383
Cenury 21 All Key, Inc.
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P/T, Marathon Elks
Ask for Gary.
Call 305.289.0417 or
305.743.3685 -
FRONT DESK HELP
P/T, Marathon. Apply in
Person, Blackfin Resort,
4650 Overseas Hwy.
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275
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)J (,. Wesley House
Family Services

Intensive Family Reunification Specialist
F/T position in the Upper Keys. Responsible for providing in-home client-centered
intensive reunification and stabilization services and preservation and sitat)izaT,yr,.
services to strengthen and preserve families by helping parents and children manage
conflict through behavior management or modification, anger management, parenting
skills, and self esteem building. The Specialist offers services to families on a court
mandated basis and works as a part of the Wesley House Team and assists in the
reunification process. Bachelor's Degree in social services, psychology, or related
human service field required; Master's Degree preferred.

Child Care Services Specialist
The Tavernier Child Care Services Specialist position determines family eligibility for
financial assistance, provides Resource & Referral services for placement in quality
school readiness programs, and provides support services to families and to school
readiness providers throughout Monroe County. This position provides services in
Marathon as needed. Travel required. Spanish speaking, AA Degree and/or two
.years experience in a management/administrative position required. Email resume to:
Becky.ranney@wesleyhouse.org
Or fax to 305-292-7156. Competitive salary plus superior benefits.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of
race, religion, sex, age or disability. If you need an accommodation to participate in
the application/selection process, please notify us in advance at 305-809-5000;
Florida Relay Service (voice) 800-955-8770; TDD 800-955-8771.
Wesley House Family Services, Inc.
1304 Truman Avenue
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We offer growth opportunities, a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
FULL TIME
Relief Night Auditor 2 Nights/2 Evenings Basic accounting principles
Activities Coordinator Yoga/Swimming/Summer Camp
Houseperson
Breakfast & Lunch Cooks

Please email confidential resume to: carlos.dejesus( Dbluegreencorp.com
or
Apply in person: 1688 Overseas Hwy., Marathon MM 48.2 Bayside EOE


Maintenance Manager
for 240 unit resort condo.
in Tavernier. Exp.
required. Fax resume to
305-853-5109 attn
Lissette Lopez.
WAITSTAFF for AM/PM
shifts. Apply in person to
Key Colony Inn
700 W. Ocean Dr,
or call 743.0100

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AQUARIST
Dynasty Marine Associates F/T Marine Aquaritst.
Responsibilities: keeping logs of system
parameters, cleaning tanks, organizing facility, daily
feeding, medications and helping staff with projects.
Plumbing experience a plus. Must be
detail oriented and able to work
flexible hours. Salary 22K 25K,
plus benefits package., Fax
.: 4 resume/cover letter 305-289-2909 or
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285 100
Situations Wanted REAL ESTATE RENTALS


EXTREMELY
PROFESSIONAL busi-
nessman with extensive
sales and management
experience desires like
position with a stable
company or government
in middle-lower.keys.
sales, general manage-
ment, operations and
public relations positions
are welcome. Contact
Steve @443.621.4672
for resume.

500
MERCHANDISE

590
Miscellaneous
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn. 743.6506
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watches
Call 305.743.4578
WaFiting to buy
Serger sewing machine.
Upper Keys area.
305-766-8840.
609

FtIANCE,

610 Business
Opportunities
LIQUOR LICENSE
MONROE COUNTY
Terms avail. Realty
Masters Realtors
1.800.523.7651
620
Money to Loan
WE BUY ALL GOLlY
CASH NOW. Jewelry,
scrap. No waiting.
11400 O/S Hwy. #121,
Mthn. Call 305.743.4603


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710
Homes for Rent
A MARATHON 3/2 + FL
room home. W/D hkup,
fen yard, C/A. 300 110th
St Ocean. $1775/mo.
Call 481.5057
Actually in Key West
Houseboat 2/1, tile, AC,
quiet, F/L/S. $1200 mo.
305-967-5604.
ANNUAL RENTALS
Mthn: Effic $875 &
1/1$950.
Barbara at COLDWELL
BANKER 305.289.6499
BIG PINE KEY Lrg 2/1,
deep water canal w/
dockage, C/A. W/D, fen
yrd, Eden Pines area!
$1600/mo 305.395.0816
BIG PINE KEY New 4/2
home, double fenced lot,
quiet nbrhd, block from
open water. Reduced!
$1795/mo. 305.304.3153
BPK 2/1 ON CANAL
W/D, A/C, CBS structure,
fenced yd, dock.,
305.395.3415 or
872-3450 $1475/mo
CUDJOE 2/1 UP Legal
1/1 down, open water,
plus 60" dock w/davits,
$1575/mo 745.6542
Cudjoe Key: 2/2 + offc,
C/A, W/D, pool & other
amenities. $1400/mo;
2/1 on canal, SS apple,
pool, tki, A/C, W/D, D/W,
$1500/mo 2/1 on canal,
C/A, W/D, D/W$1400.
5/3, Call for details
305.393.0292
Duck Key Canal Front
Spac, 2/2, stilt home, fully
furnished. W/D, C/A,
$1550 per mo. + util
F/L/S 1.800.386.7969
GRASSY KEY Stilt
Home, 2/2, nice area,
vaulted ceilings, storage.
$1450/mo+util. Avail 9/1
Call Tom 215-514-5163


Islamorada 2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$1350/mo furn or unfurn.
Century 21 All Keys Inc,
305.395.0381, Jennifer


590
Miscellaneous


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

710 '
Homes for Rent
Islamorada 2/1 house,
updated kitchen. $1500
per month + F/US.
Call 305.304.7381
KCB-WATERFRONT
3/2, heated pool, 2 car
garage, fncd yd, Avail.
9/1 12/15. Furn.
$2000/mo Call Owner@
305-360-7968 or -
Key Colony Beach, 2/2,
37.5' dock. W/D,
furnished, very clean.
Available now! Call for
more info, 289.0064
KEY LARGO 2/2
Stilt home, great view,
screened porch.
$1200 mo plus utils.
Call 305.522.5841
Key Largo 3/1, FL room,
office, screened patio,
fenced yard, 2 sheds.
No pets. $1500/mo.
954.914.0631
Key Largo 3 bed, 3 bath
2100 sqft home, just ren-
ovated, all new. MM 103
O/S. Call John 852.4185
Days, 852-2452 Eves
KL Immaculate large
2/2 on Pennekamp Park
hammock. Wood floors,
vaulted ceilings, wrap-
around deck. Pet ok.
HO park w/boat ramp.
$1785/mo 305.797.2923

Listing
KL,MM101B/S 2/1,
deck, FL rm., blk to boat
ramp. $1100/mo, F/U
$600 Sec. owner/agent
305.793.8476/451.1112
LAYTON Large 2/2,
dock & ramp. Fisher-
men's delight. $1350 per
mo. F/L/S. Please call
561.307.7988
Little Torch 2/2 On stilts,
swimming canal, down
from Dolphin Marina.
Call 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
MARATHON 2/1, Half
Duplex, Lg. back yd.
Beaut open water view.
,Newly Remod $1300/mo,
F/L, 305.304.7328


710
Homes for Rent



$600 per month
(approx. with approved credit)
NO INSURANCE
Taxes around 61 pe year
as. ", 7w


A New Concept:
Property that pays for
itself in the Keys?
Transient rentable real
estate that rents for $1,250
per month during season
and $650 off season with
your payment being
approx. $600 per month.
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
down-turn, Unbelievable
financing available.
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MARATHON 2/2 + den
or 3rd BR. Newly
updated. Very clean.
$1500/mo F/US.
Call 305.304.3744
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Homes for Rent


MARATHON 2/2
Open Water Views!
Lrg yard, SS appliances,
granite. $1400 mo F/US.
Call 239.250.4944
MARATHON, 3/2.5. +
Office, In-ground pool,
Tropical Garden, 1st &
Sec. Dep. Ref. Req.
$1950/mo 856.905.3565
MARATHON 3BR, 2BA
TOWNHOUSE
Community pool.
$1750/mo. F/S. Call
305.743.2300
MARATHON 4/2, Direct
Gulf View! Unfurn., dock-
age, no pets, $2500/mo
F/US, Clara, Chaplin RE
305-395-2095
Marathon- Long Term
2/2 on Ocean, $2000/mo
Furnished
Island Breezes Realty
305.743.8328
MM 103 2/2, dock &
davits. No smoking or
pets. Annual lease.
$1600 mo F/L/S
305-619-0650

E Listing
MM1040/S2BR/2BA
ground level, completely
remodeled, very private,
HO parkw/ramp. No pets
or smoking. $1600 incl
water. F/US 853.3779
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


710
Homes for Rent


MM 106 3/2 on canal,
boat lift, access to bay/
ocean, Plan 8 accepted.
For rent or sale.
786.251.7594
MM 85 Anglers Reef,
2/2.5, brand new, W/D,
pool, no pets, F/US
$2000 mo.
239-821-7802.
MM52 3/3 BAYFRONT
Townhome, Furnished,
Pets considered. Mo/Mo
Lse $1500 305.360.0016
MM74.5 BEAUTIFUL
FURN. 3/2 Scrnd porch-
es, Gulf view, priv. bch.
dock, $2200/mo. F/L/S.
Call 919.451.4117
MM90 5/5 BAYFRONT
Exec. Home. Exquisitely
furn, dock (3'draft). Pets
considered. Mo/Mo Ise
$5000 305.360.0016
MM97.5 3/3 Townhome
w/garage. Ocean View!
Furn., Lg Mstr Stew/
jacuzzi. Pets considered
Mo/Mo Ise. $2500
305.360.0016




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710
Homes for Rent


MM 95 O/S canalfront
2/1 up & 2/1 down.
918 Lobster Lane.
786-306-3793


OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY 12 TO 2
Lush Tropical Landscap-
ing adorns this 2/2 CBS
quality Aultman built
home. Private backyard
w/ pool & waterfall. Cov-
ered parking & lots of
storage. Excellent Condi-
tion. Move right in.
Priced to sell at $465K.
112 Sagauro Lane,
Call for Directions.Cindy
Kaye, Coldwell Banker
Schmitt RE 731.5000
PKC canal home 3/2
vaulted ceiling, covered
parking, no smoking.
$1850 mo. 786.200.2324
PLANTATION KEY
3/2 Close to schools and
shopping, Beach and
boat ramp, No pets,
$1700/mo F/LUS
352.697.2072

Waterfront 4
Port Largo 3BR/2BA,
40' dock, incl all.utils.
fum. Ready to rfiove in.
No pets or smoking.
$2,500 mo. F/L/S
786.236.9020
Ramrod Key 2/2, canal
front w/dock. On stilts,
ocean access, very
clean! Tiled thru-out.
$1800/mo. 305.735.8113

immaculate
RAMROD KEY 3/2, C/A,
Front Porch and side
Deck, plenty of privacy,
parking under house.
$1600/mo 305.304.6109
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710
Homes for Rent
Reduced. $1,350 mo.
MM 99.5 0/S Large 2/3,
Family room Townhouse
Gated community.
Beach, ramp, tv cable
305.389.1220
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


WaterfrontJ
BAYFRONT in Hammer
Pointe, MM 93.3BR/2BA
furnished. Pets ok/de-
posit, fenced yard Month-
ly. 305.395.2353.
FURNISHED 1BR in
Keys RV. Free cable.
$750mo + utils. F/L.
305.360.7666.
Key Largo RV sites.
Daily, wkly, monthly, yrly.
Free Wi Fi, on the bay
w/boat dockage
305.451.0010
Key Largo Trail Creek
Village 3/2, $1400/mo
(negotiable). Close to
shopping & schools.
Call 305.216.6300
LARGE LOT WALL
hookups, $650/mo, 1st
month free w/12 month
lease. 20 minutes from
Key West.
Call 305.292.7729
Little Torch Coral
Shores at MM 27.9.
2/1, quiet loc. on clean
swimming canal. $900 +
util. Call 305.304.6053
MARATHON 1/1
$685/mo + util. Escroe
and References Req.
Keys RV Park, Free ext
cable 305.394.5766
MARATHON 1BD/IBTH
on canal with dock.
$1000 per month.
Call 743.2324
MARATHON 1 BR,
Section 8 OK. Available
Sept. 1st. $950/mo.
Call 305.797.9132
MARATHON 2 BR, nice
yard. 42nd St. $950/mo.
Available Sept. 1st.
305.797.9132
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305.743.6519
Marathon, Keys RV,
1-2 bd/1 ba w/ FL room,
30' dock, offset parking,
cable incl. $950/mo +
util. 305.587.1512
MARATHON Small 1
BR, with extra room add-
ed dn. 27th St. $600/mo.
Available Sept. 1st. Call
305.797.9132
MM 105 O/S, 2/1, tiled,
Irg screened patio, pets
ok. $1200 mo. F/L/S
305.852.0652
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712 Mobile Homes 725 Apt- Condo- 725 Apt- Condo 725 Apt- Condo-
for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


MM 106 B/S 2/1 2001
MH on canal, fully furn,
44' concrete dock, shed,
no smoking or pets.
305.360.2800
MM102, O/S, 2/1
Quiet area, dead end st,
very nice yd, pets ok.
$1000/mo 561.768.3889
vkarlsonavahoo.com
Silver Shores 55 +
community. 2BR/2BA
furn/unfurn. Pool, tennis,
dock F/L/S 924.1384
Tavernier 2BR/2BA
furn, canalfront, 60' dock
w/direct bay access
$1,400 mo. +utilities.
305-733-5715
Trailer 28' shaded trail-
er park, MM 101. $675
mo. incl utils. Refs req.
305-230-1899
2/2 gated community
O/S, $1000 mo, MM 95.
please call Barbara
305-972-4709.

725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent
A Great Location 51 st
Gulf, Mthn, 1/1 C/A, W/D
hk up, quiet, friendly,
clean, pets OK. $1000
1st mo only 304-8702
ANNUAL RENTAL AT
BONEFISH TOWERS
1 bdrm., 1.5 bath condo
overlooking marina.
Pool, tennis court, beach,
exercise room, commu-
nity room, secure bldg.
with 2 elevators. On-site
manager. No pets. Call
305.743.0615.
BAYFRONT SMALL 1
Bedroom Apt. Furnished,
$875/mo, incl. util
F/L/$300 Sec.
305.467.9023



Bayview MM 68 1/1,
No smoke or pets. $800
mo incl cable F/L/S
305.481.4843
Beautiful water views
and tropical breezes
2BR/1BA, Irg. cover
patio, unfurn., incl elec. &
water, $1300. MM 100.
786-728-2200.
Big Pine Key 2/1 just
renovated. Furn on deep
canal, W/D. $1500. Also
2/1 on deep canal $1350.
Call Dick 305.942.6270
BIG TORCH KEY MM28
1/1 furn efficiency. Canal,
very private! F/L, incl util.
Avail 9/1. 305.515.0005
or904.631.5673
BPK1/1, VERY NICE
Quiet street, W/D, Fur-
nished. $1000/mo only
$600 sec. Util & Cable
incl. Call 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
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


LIVE. WORK, PLAY
MM 82
LIVE: Tropical garden
setting, fuley furnished
large studio withfull
kitchen & 3/4 bath.
$900 mo F/L/S
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
BPK 2/1 LG. PORCH
Overlooks clean swim
canal, W/D, A/C,$1400
mo + util 305.872.0622
or 305.304.4205
BPK PINE CHANNEL
ESTATES 2/1, pets ok,
$1300/mo + utilities.
Security Deposit Req
786.229.0228
Brand New Marathon
Lg 2/2 half duplex. $1350
+ util. FLS. Must qualify
for affordable housing
481.4688 or 289.1887
Effic $850 & 1 BR $950
apt. MM 100 Key Largo,
furn, new kitchen/bath/
ac, incl water/elec/cable/
internet access/WD. No
pets, no smoking. Moto
Mo lease 305.394.0173



EFFICIENCY
$895/mo, Marathon, incl
util, ground level
305-481-2873
GRASSY KEY, 1/1,
fully furnished, $900/mo
incl. util.
1 year lease
305-743-7277
GRASSY KEY, 1/1,
fully furnished, $900/mo
incl. util.
1 year lease
305-743-7277
KCB, 1/2 condo, unfurn,
non-waterfront. $1000 /
mo + elec. Call Kitty,
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
RE. Call 305.289.6510
KCB 2/2, pool, tennis,
beach, Also 1/1, dock
available for 27' boat.
Call 289.1741 for details

Waterfront J
KCB-CANAL FRONT
3/2 duplex, fully furn, cen-
tral A/C, W/D, garage, 37
ft. dock, NO pets, annual
Ise. Reduced! $2150/mo
+ util. Available now.
305.289.0708
KEY COLONY BEACH
3 BDRM, 1.5 BATH
$1550 per mo. F/L/S.
Call Lela 305.395.0814
lelasacoldwellbanker.com
KEY COLONY BEACH
Half duplex, 2/2, water-
front, unfurn. $1450/mo.
+ util. Call Marcy,
289.6505 CBSchmitt RE
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Key Colony Beach
Charming 2/2 duplex,
fully furn, with deep water
dock. Util incl. $1795
F/L/S. Call 225.362.7935
Key Colony Beach
1/1, unfurn, noW/D, no
smkrs or pets. 6 mo.
lease or longer. $850/mo
+ elec. F/L/S. 743.4133
Key Colony Beach 2/2,
half duplex. W/D, on ca-
nal, furnished,
$1400/month, + util.
F/L/S. 305-849-1299
KEY LARGO MM100 1/1
quiet neighborhood,
unfurn, newly renov. long
term Ise. $825/mo incl.
util. F/L/S 484.802.2095
Key Largo MM 1021/1,
furnished. No pets, no
smokers. $950/mo incl
utilities. 305.970.4344 or
305.904.8866



Key Largo MM 98
oceanfront lower studio
apt. on Irg. prop.Dock-
age, utils, laundry incl,
new tile & kit w/ screen
porch. $1050 mo. F/L/S.
Avail 9/15.248-214-7301
MARATHON
1/1 HALF DUPLEX
$850/mo F/L/S
305.743.2300
MARATHON 1/1, unfurn,
half duplex, washer hkup,
new appliances. F/L/S
lease. $925/mo. Quiet
area. Call 305.731.6131
MARATHON 1 bedrm
1 bathroom, beautiful,
quiet street. Large dry lot.
Call 305.481.1316
MARATHON 20 Stirrup
Key. 3 BR 1BA, C/A.
$1275/mo F/L/S
225-362-7935
MARATHON 2/1 canal,
ground level duplex. 50 ft.
dock, lanai, C/A. Beauti-
ful. $1800 mo. 305. '
393.0106 or 731.3739
MARATHON 2/1, FURN
Dock, pool, parking,
$1500/mo F/L/S
Kathy
305.240.0702
MARATHON 2/2 Cohdo.
Furnished, Pool, Dock,
Tennis, covered parking.
$1750/mo F/L/S
772.359.2439"
Marathon 2/2 Ocean,
prime space canal, hlf
Duplex $1600/mo:lg strg
avail.F/L/S 305.731.3386
or 513.484.0735
MARATHON 2/2 Town-
house, furnished W/D,
deep water canal, 50'
dock. $1475 + util.
F/I/S. Call 743. 6463


MARATHON 3/2
On canal., W/D hook up,
new paint, 2 car parking.
$1100 mo plus utils. F/L
305.731.9591
Marathon- 3/2 Town-
house with community
pool. $1850/mo. F/L/S.
Island Breeze Realty.
Call 305.743.8328
MARATHON Available
immediately: two 2bd,
1ba units. $1,275 mo. F/L
& $500 sec. References
requested. Call 743.0494
MARATHON Clean Lg.
3/2, central air, on canal,
washer & dryer hookup.
$1,775 month. Call Dave
305.664.1982
Marathon Effcy Nice
neighborhood, incl water.
Next to canal. $800/mo.
Avail NOW. F/S
393-0190,743-0039
MARATHON
Efficiency $625 F/L/S.
Avail now! 305-743-2300
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fully furn.
305.289.0800
MARATHON SM EFFIC
Unfurn. Use ofw/d. No
pets. $775/mo inc water/
elec. $300 dep. 743-7580
MARATHON- Sombrero
2 BD, 2 BA upstairs apt.
yrly Ise. 1 mile to beach &
shopping. $1550/mo; wa-
ter incl. 305.743.7986
MARATHON/Sombrero
3/2 townhse/condo,
canal, pool, cable inc.,
$1650/mo. F&$1000
sec. 305.743.4536
MM 100, Port Largo, 2/1
Very large, furnished,
downstairs unit, canal
front, W/D, C/A. $1400
mo. Call 305.522.1927
MM 68 1/1 on canal, w/
dockage/covered patio,
w/d, new appl. wifi/cable,
short term ok, $950/mo
F/L/S 410.365.8268
MM 92, 1/1 effic. ocean/
park view, clean, tile, util.
incl. F/L/S $900. Avil.
10/1 702.374.7128



MM 92 B/S 2/1.5 Condo
Private dock/beach.
305-986-4880
6pacpcomcast.net
MM 93 O/S 1BR/1BA,
unfurn, full screen porch,
all utils & cable incl. Block
from beach. $900 mo.
F/L/S 305.509.1299

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750
Vacation Rentals


725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent
MM 930/S 2BR/1BA
duplex near beach & boat
ramp. Plantation Key
school zoning. $1200
mo. F/S (305) 510.9025
cell, 252.6848 852.3502
MTHN-2/2 Furnished &
very clean. Quiet
neighborhood. 37.5' on
clean canal. $1700/mo
305.731.6739
MTHN, 2ND FLOOR
CONDO 1/1, Center of
Town, overlooking gulf
course. $1 100/mo F/S.
Call Ric 743-0771
MTHN Little Venice 1/1
duplx, nicely furn, new
tile fls, granite cntr & apple,
W/D, fenced yd. $1000.
954-295-0717
Tavernier 1 BR/1 BA
apartment
$775 mo. F/L/S. Yearly.-
Call 305.451.4555
Tavernier 2BR/1 BA.
Available 9/1.
$1200 mo. F/L/S
305.942.5233

740 Roommates.
Rooms for Rent
DUCK KEY- 3/3 YOUNG
Professional seeks
roommate that is
responsible and clean.
305-395-0425
MM 90 B/S share 2/1,
fullyfurn, W/D, cable,
DSL. No pets, no smok-
ing. $600 mo + 1/2 utils.
F/L/S 305-304-9565
ROOM MATE WANTED
Non smoker, no pets,
$800/mo + share util
896-6184, Marathon

750
Vacation Rentals


Waterfront
BIG PINE KEY 2/1 on
water, access to bay and
ocean side. 1 block from
boat ramp, great diving/
fishing. 305.710.2363
Islamorada Beautiful
2/2 stilt home. Boat ramp.
Monthly or weekly. Avail
now. 305-773-3950
Key Largo Summer or
winter rental 3BR/2BA or
2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954.885.9591


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750
Vacation Rentals


790 Business
Property fomRent
BPK Commercial Ware-
house/storage Unit
500 sf$400/mo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trial Rd. 305.522.5841
Islamorada MM 811400
sq. ft. of office space for
lease $1,500 mo.
Equipment & furnishings
available. 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 Town Square
Mall. Retail / Office space
for rent. Spaces from
450-1,800 sq ft. Newly
renovated bldg. Call
Linda at 305.304.5840
Marathon US1 frontage
2 rooms + bathrm, 920
sq ft. $1000/mo includes
electric, water & garbage.
F/LUS. Call 289.0015
New commercial rental
space, Homestead hwy
frontage, only $20/sq. 3
units left. 305.968.5155
US1 at MM 94 with 60'
Canal FrontagTi'1200 sq.
ft. newly remodeled
Office/Retail. Lease or
purchase. 630.675.8711
795
Miscellaneous
K.L. Canalfront & dry
RV lots. Seasonal or
yearly lease available.
786-515-7782. .



RAMROD KEY
Acreage for rent. Avail.
.immediately! $1000 per
acre. 1 blk off US)l. Call
for details. 305.849.9269

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
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


2BR/1BAAPTS. in a nice neighborhood in Key Largo
bayside. Incl access to homeowners Park w/beach, tiki
hut, grill, fishing pier, boat dock & ramp. All within walk-
ing distance. Fenced in yard. Parking w/room for your
boat. Utils & yard serve incl. Pets Welcome. $1400 mo.
PLEASE CALL: PETER 305-942-5022.
email: horpete@mac.com


The Fisherman's
Sa"Secret SpoP'
-in the Heairt of Islamorada
weekly/monthly
S www.islandvilla.com 305-664-3333







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August 23, 2008


810
Homes for Sale


Floating home 2800 sq.
ft. 2-story, 4BR/4.5BA,
great for vacation home,
lrg family or rental. Best
cash offer over $125k
47B Shoreland Dr. Key
Largo 305.304.3336
Key Largo 3/2 CBS,
screen porch, tile, cathe-
dral ceilings, hurricane
shutters, best H.O. park.
$399k. 305-394-1409
Marathon Single family
home; totally remodeled,
3bd, 1 ba. Presently rent-
ed, section 8, $1500/mo.
Motivated seller. $210K
Call Realtor, Don, at
305.393.1067 A.C.R.E.
812 Mobile Homes
for Sale
FOR SALE, Keys RV-
Park, 1 bd RV, Ig fla rm,
on water. $189,900. Low
down, owner financing.
702-433-6179
MARATHON KEYS
Get Away/Afford. home.
Nice, 12'x52', 1 bd, low
rent, dock avail, sacrifice
at $24K 305-923-9683
MARATHON Park Mod.
2/1.5 in Res. Owned
Park40oat Basin/Ramp
on property. Must See!!
$265K 863.207.3499
Palm Harbor Homes
Factory Liquidation
Sale!!! Modular, Mobile&
Stilt homes. 0% DOWN
when you own your land.
Call for FREE Color
Brochures
1.800.622.2832

I I
Reduced. Exceptional
40' trailer. Rock Harbor.
$11,500. Lot rent $550
mo. Dockage avail. Pet
ok. Mary 561.573.7638
Wanted med. size (40'
approx.) newer than
1985. Will remove.
Compensation according
to value. Call
407-234-5488.




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895
Miscellaneous






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825 Condo-
Duplex for Sale


IIT ]J 40 I
Fla. City 3/2. Updated
kitchen, new roof. Lower
than appr. $89K. Call
Linda 786-232-2994
Saca's Realty.

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
K.L. Calusa RV lot.
Boat Ramp. Buildable &
assumable. $89K.
786-515-7782.
MTHN LOT FOR SALE
or rent, 38ft x 66ft, RV,
Mobile, or build. elec, wa-
ter/sewer, cable, 35ft
dock. WAS $275K NOW
$225K. Poss. owner
financing. 760.340.1403
NORTH FL 40 ACRES
Minutes to town, near
Blue Spring and Swanee'
River. $7,000 per acre.
Call 786.564.9988


1150
Power Boats


1150
Power Boats


CARIBEE CLEAN Pre-owned Boats

2006 Boston Whaler 22 Dauntless- 225 Verado, T-
Top, Garmin 498 color GPS/depth/map Stereo, trailer.
Only 92 hours-warranty, $44,995

2004 22' Tournament Pathfinder-VZ200 Yamaha
HPDI, (only 254 hours) jack plate, bimini top, trolling
motor, power pole, electronics, $25,900.

1998 208 Adventure Grady White Walk-Around-
Yamaha 200, hardtop, electronics, inside stored-very
clean-economical fishing machine! $19,995

2007 28' Pursuit CC-twin F250 Yamaha's, T-top,
windlass, radial outriggers, Raymarine electronics,
full warranty-demo boat. $99,500

1999 Contender 35 Side Console- twin Yamaha 250
EFI, Marlin tower, Simrad-Furuno electronics,
outriggers, AC, lots more for only $89,995

2004 Grady White CC 257 Advance- Yamaha 300
HPDI, custom hard top, outriggers, Garmin 2010
GPS/depth, stereo, barn kept-only 62 hrs. $43,900

1999 Grady White 306 Bimini- Twin 250 Yamaha EFI,
T-Top, outriggers, Garmin 235 GPS/sounder VHF,
Stereo, bolsters, dockside charger, $54,995

2007 Grady White 208 Adventure- WA F50 Yamaha
4-stroke, almost 3 years of warranty, Hyd steering, port.
head, demo/like new only $39,900

2007 Hewes 17 Tailfisher- Yamaha F60, poling tower,
trim tabs, rack stored, pushpole holders, bottom paint,
barn kept, reduced to $13,900.
2002 Grady White 232 Gulfstream- Yamaha F225,
1027 hours, hardtop, wide 9'3- beam, dual batteries,
Furuno 582 depth, Garmin GPS just, $34,995
2001 Maverick 17 HPX- 04 Yamaha F90 trailer with
power winch $17,995

2007 Hewes 16 Redfisher- Yamaha F90, full warranty,
Comlink, $21,900

THESE BOATS ARE PRICED TO SELL
Caribee Boat Sales & Marina, MM 81.5, Islamorada
Open everyday-664-3431 or see these boats
online: caribeeboats.com


890 Business
Property for Sale
Reduced $1mil.
Shopping center site.
Homestead. B3 zoning (6
stories) 305.968.5155
895
Miscellaneous
BURIAL PLOTS (2) for
sale. Memorial Gardens,
BPK. Asking $1500 for
both. Call 265.329.2525


895
Miscellaneous
MARATHON TBR's for
sale. Best Deal! Make
your best deal, then call
me, I will beat it!
305.481.4524
WANTED: Marathon
Waterfront area Will
trade for Luxury N.C. wa-
terfront home, condo or
yacht, all clear and free.
910.330.0303 or
252.241.3909


CAL CLASSIFED' 743-5551 .CALLCASSIFIED .743-5551 CALL.C.ASSIFIED 743-5551


895
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Marathon wa-
terfront home. Will trade
for Tampa area almost
new gulf front luxury hm
w/pool. Corner lot, 170'
dbl seawall. Free and
clear. 910.330.0303 or
252.241.3909


(4) Marathon TBRs
For Sale $115,000 each;
Seller pays City Transfer
Fee. 3% Commission to
Realtors. Please Call
305-522-6567 ore-mail
wielandn@bellsouth.-net

1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats
12' 1999 Carolina Skiff
Great cond! 2008 15HP
Yamaha 4 stroke, no trlr
$3500. W/O motor,
$1000.305.872.1883
17.8'2000 Action Craft
4 stroke Yamaha 115
HP. 220 hrs. $13,000.
Call 305.395.1600
20.5 ft Angler 2007
Center Console, Open
Fisherman. Less than
200 hrs. With Continental
trailer. Mint Condition
Many Extras. Must sell
moving. $18,900. Call
Doug 305-481-4783
21'1998 PARKER CC,
T-top, live well, very good
cond w/'98 Yamaha 150
HP. Runs great! $9500.
Call 305.872.1883
21'2002 DECKBOAT
150 Suzuki, low hours, w/
aluminum float-on trailer.
$15,000. OBO
Call 305.481.6746
22.5' 93 Bayliner Classic
Merc Cruiser I/O Chev
V-8 w/78 hrs on orig eng,
needs minor cosmetic
work. $4500.289.9884 "
24' Seachaser '06 Off-
shore, CC, 225 Hond low
hrs, cust radar arch w/bi-
mini, Garmin gps, stereo,
vhf, etc., w/trlr. Every opt!
like new $37K. 481.2000
2007,204 Fx CC angler,
w/f150 yamaha, t-top,
leaning post, trm tbs, 45
hrs. asking $25,900. obo
305/393-4257_
CREST PONTOONS
Ever wonder where
all the Crest Pontoons
came from? Ft. Myers.
Call 800.955.7543

1160
Sailboats
27' Island Package '87
Sloop Rig, 16 HP i/b
Diesel Great forfamily
cruising, sleeps 5.
$20K 305.797.3486

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1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
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
Live a board marina
MM 92.5 oceanside.
Deep water.
619-0475.
MARATHON, Annual
Live-Aboard slip rental,
Ocean side, no bridges/
powerlines $450/mo
843-303-0800
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731.3386

1190
Miscellaneous

31' LOBSTER BOAT
Stapleton, 2-1/2 yr old
eng. low hrs. $30K. Call
305.664.9968,481.5169
37' Lobster Boat, Cat
Diesel, $20K obo; 1500
Stone Crab certs, $5 ea;
Marine Life BiCatch, $5K.
Call now! 305.923.3969
45' HOUSEBOAT 1994
Catamaran Aqua Cruiser
1 bd, Furnished, W/D,
Full ba w/Compost Toilet,
$38K Kathy 240.0702
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
AA Dave buys permits
So AtI Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf reef, K/Mack, shark,
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hrs! 904.262.2869


All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
buy or sell! Please call for
prices. Licensed & Bond-
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321.784.
5982 or 321.302.3630
www.shipsusa.com
BLACK CRAB TRAP
PAINT The original.
$245/bucket while it
lasts. Jerry 305.664.1286
or 305.743.2142
BOAT SLIP FOR RENT
Annual. Fisherman's
Point, no live aboard, -
$400/mo. 305-664-1286
or 743-2142
Canoe Indian River
.18.5, seats 3, red,w/pad-.
dies. $375. EXc. cond: ,
Rr. QfRA nr R19 n0F79


1190
Miscellaneous
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
MARATHON Outside
storage: boat trailers,
RV, equipment. Monthly,
yearly. Call Jerry
305.664.1286,743.2142
Mthn-Marine Storage:
boat trl, campers, any
clean storage ok on
wheels. $3 ft yr; $4 ft 6 mo
$5 ft mo. Emil 731.3386

STONE CRAB
TRAPS WANTED
CALL 305.522-3239

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vans, trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305.332.0483
2003 WHITE TOYOTA
Highlander, 4 cyl, auto, 1
Owner, well maintained,
blue book trade in $9K
For Sale $8K 304-4304
2003 X5 BMW
Ext. Warranty New
brakes, tires & battery.
Exc. Cond. 60K miles.
$20K 305.289.8396
85 Cad Fleetwood Cou-
pe deVille, 2 dr, 40K orig
mi., classic beige on
brown, chrome trim, Ithr
int., retrofitted AC, im-
maculate! 12Kobo.
305.743.0085/849.5103
'99 CHEVY SUBURBAN
Very nice condition, good
tires, Cold A/C front and
back, Tow package
$4900 Call 305.664.4113
1370 Trucks-
SUVs -Vans
2005 FORD
EXCURSION LIMITED
EDITION Fully loaded,
black. $35,000 OBO.
Call 305.481.6746
01 DODGE P/U TRUCK
Work truck package.
69K Miles Extra clean,
V-6 A/C -$5400
Call 305.289.9884
'04 CHEVY SILVERADO
Ext cab 2500. Loaded!
Prem sound, wheels &
bed cover. $10,500. Pics
& info: 305.394.7575




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August 23, 2008


Classifieds 305-743-5551


The Keynoter 51


INAS CLASSIFIES


2003 Honda Shadow 750cc with
7,095 miles. Comes with saddle
bags, windshield, cover and manual.
Excellent condition. $4,000 080. Call
John at (360) 601-9761.
2003 GMC Yukon. Extra clean, like
new, one owner. Only 51,000 miles.
Blue Book $19,470. Loaded SLE,
tow package, power everything, roof
rack, Bose sound system, stainless
steel tube step running boards, third
seat. Call Dave to make offer. (305)
745-7278 or (305) 797-0475.
1997 Ford Escort. Four-door, auto-
matic, red, runs great. Remote key-
less entry, cold NC, new brakes,
newer tires, have service receipts.
Woman-driven, male-maintained!
$1,600 OBO. Please call (207) 522-
9865 or (207) 522-0208.
2004 BMW Mini-Cooper S. Dark
blue, black top with sliding sunroof,
supercharged, all options but naviga-
tion. Beautiful leather, Harmon
Kardon stereo, xenon, rain-sensing
wipers, auto NC, DTS, sport pack-
age, heated seats, much more.
Looks brand new! 23,500 miles,
Blue Book over 20, $18,000 OBO.
Call Steve 849-0522.
2001 Black Celica GT. Great gas.
mileage. Just 65,000 miles. M/R,
P/W. Runs great. $6,000 OBO. Call
Mike at (305) 393-5904.
1998 Isuzu Rodeo 4x4. V-6, automat-
icC, power windows, locks, mir-
rors, tinted windows. A lot of miles,
but very solid engine and chassis. A
few rust spots, but no holes or leaks.
Available Aug. 26. $3,500 OBO. Call
Jim at 942-3211.
2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS sedan. 4-
door, PW/PUAC/CC/CD/MP3. Huge
trunk. Interior perfect. Family car -
fits two baby car seats with room to
spare. Automatic transmission. Great
car, amazing gas mileage. 44,000
miles. Still under factory warranty.
$12,000 OBO. Call Brandon at (520)
407-6003.
1969 VW Beetle Baja with 1600cc
engine. Disc brakes up front, new
transmission and clutch, new paint
job. $3,000 OBO. Contact Ray at
395-9408.
30-foot travel trailer for storage with
space. $400. Call 295-8501.
2003 Toyota Sienna van in great
shape. $12.000. Call 295-8501.
1990 32-foot Class A Fleetwood
Southwind motor home. $6,000. Call
295-8501.
2002 Car Mate 6 x 12-foot enclosed
trailer. Used for motorcycle. Includes-
Condor wheel chock, loading ramp,
spare tire and motorcycle tie downs.
Metallic silver In color. Excellent con-
dition. Asking $1,900. Call Rick at
797-1720.
2004 Yamaha R1. Like new, just over
3,000 miles. Liquid silver, blue LED


light kit, very clean. Asking $8,000.
Call Jason at 395-0582, or e-mail:
jason.anastos@yahoo.com for pic-
tures.
2006 Aprillia Scarabeo four-stroke
scooter with trunk. Blue. Less than
1,800 miles. Averages approximate-
ly 100 MPG. Call Jennifer at 294-
3365.
2006 17-foot Forest River Surveyor.
Fully self-contained, ultra-light
camper. Used three times. $13,000
new, must sell for only $6,950. Call
Randy at 451-1028 or 393-9006.
2002 Jeep (Yellow). 40,000 miles.
$13,000. Call Syd at 896-5428.
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab 4 x
4. Daytona Series with rear spoiler.
23,000 miles, Great condition.
Serious inquiries only. $21,500 firm.
Call 294-8620.


1983 45' trawler. Asking $172,000.
Great home and cruising vessel,
ready to go. For more information
call (760) 696-2876.
1985 Hunter sailboat. Well-equipped
for cruising and/or live aboard.
Located at slip A19, Boca Chica
marina. Call (305) 546-8098 or e-
mail davidquick950@hotmail.com
for more information.
1992 23-foot Chaparral with new
570 Volvo 1/O with overhauled Duo
Prop Drive with anti-fouling paint and
new electronics. New Lewmar 750
Pro windlass with 300-foot anchor
rode, new exterior seating and
upholstery. Forward V-birth and aft
birth, galley stove, sink, and head
with shower. Gel coat is in good con-
dition. Boat is ready to fish. Includes
2000 trailer. Too many upgrades to
list. E-mail: tkw616@yahoo.com for
photos and a complete list of equip-
ment. Reduced to $15,000 080. Call
(305)942-9750 after 4 p.m.
1996 17-foot Make with 1997 135
HP Mercury Optimax engine. Center
console boat with depth finder, trail-
er, spare trailer tire, removable rear
ladder, and boat tarp/cover. Low
hours on boat and engine. Asking
$7,500. Contact Chris alter 6 p.m. at
731-3590 or e-mail:
CANADAC@comcast.net.
1997 12-foot Carolina skiff with 9.9
HP Mercury. $1,200. Call 295-8501.
1998 19-foot Regal LSR Bow Rider
with 4.3 liter, 200 HP engine. New
Bimini top, starter, plugs, hubs on
trailer. Needs work on the front and
rear seat upholstery. Runs good.
NADA guide Is $9,000 (low retail).
Asking $5,000. Call Jason at 395-
0582, or e-mail:
jason.anastos@yahoo.com for pic-
tures.
1998 Cobia 259 Sport Deck with 250
HP Mercruiser in-board. Great party
boat. Seats 11. Fish, ski or just relax.
GPS, stereo, head, fresh-water
shower. Trailer available. $14,000.
Call 587-0535.


2/2 house boat. Key West custom
waterfront home, near Fly Navy
building. Located in Garrison Bight
Marina. Two decks, 1,600 square
teetwith leased slip on the "T" of Die
pier. Boat launch, tie-up on stem, sun
deck, observation deck, sleeper sofa,
double-door refrigerator, high-speed
internet hookup, satellite dish, W/D,
BBQ area. Coast Guard registered
vessel. No state or city tax. Pets OK.
Reduced to $175,000 080. Seller
motivated. Financing available. Make
a offer, Vacation home on the water.
See pics at: http://keywesthouse-
boat.us, or call 831-4548.
1979 Aquasport 25-foot C.C./O.F T-
top with 2001 Yamaha 225 engine
(50 hours). Full electronics. New
Continental tandem-axle trailer.
Exceptionally nice, turn key package.
$12,500. Call 296-6655.


Looking for porcelain painters in Key
West who would like to meet with
several ladies once a week. Call 294-
4096 or 296-2698.
Canon digital Rebel XTi 10.1 MP D-
SLR camera. Includes two batteries,
battery charger, 1G memory card,
lens filters, mini tripod, camera bag
and lens cleaning kit. $500 OBO. Call
Chris at 731-3863.
Garmin eTrex Legen Cx handheld
mapping GPS. $100. Call Chris at
731-3863.
Craftsman radial arm saw. Free. Call
294-4001 x2067.
Play Station 3. Brand new still In the
box. Asking $200. Call Carl at (228)
324-2405.
Random sales: Kids' Little Tikes
climber swing set with extra swing
for babies $200. Oak entertainment
center in great condition $600.
Craftsman 6.5 HP lawnmower in
like-new condition $125. Call (850)
499-4370 or 294-9809.
Used bike. Call Jack at 292-0702.
Badge-a-matic button maker.
Creates 2 ?-inch buttons. Great
fundraising idea for schools, church-
es or sporting events. Includes hard-
ware to make buttons, key chains,
pocket mirrors and magnets. Also
includes circle cutter and extras.
$500 value. Will sell for $200. Call
294-3828 or 942-6504.
Three backdrops for photography.
Black photo folders for 4 x 6-inch
pictures and photo folders for 4 x 6-
inch Christmas pictures. $30 for all.
Call 294-3828 or 942-6504.
Girls clothes sizes 12 months to 3
(toddler). All in good condition some
new. Will sell by the lot or individual
pieces. Call 294-3828 or 942-6504.
Stampin' up stuff for sale. Lots of ink
pads, embosser with embossing
powders, stamp sets and more. $30
for set or will break up. Call 294-
3828 or 942-6504.


Miscellaneous baby items: tandem
stroller, one or two-seat bike trailer,
six-sided baby gate. Call Jennifer for
prices and more info at 294-3365.


Big Pine Key. 25 minutes from Boca
Chica. Prefer military with manners,
male or female. 2/1 stilt house on
canal. Spacious, ready to move in,
house has been fully remodeled. All
you need is your own room acces-
sories. $800 plus utilities. Contact
Rich at (305) 282-1164.
New house on Summerland Key.
Private master bed/bath and shared
kitchen and living. $800/month
includes utilities. Call (305) 849-
0640.
Mature, respectful active duty mili-
tary member only, Female or male.
One unfurnished bedroom with clos-
et. Bath is across hall. No storage
space only what can fit in the room.
Furnished living area, A/C, pool,
deck, outdoor bar, W/D. Located on
canal in Key Haven just 3 miles
from Boca Chica. No pets. Wireless
high speed internet/Comcast cable
already available. Personal parking
directly in front of house. Very nice
neighborhood. Available Aug. 24.
$800/month, which includes utilities.
Move-in rent only. For details, call
(330) 931-2819.
Fully-fumished private room in New
Town Key West. Private entrance,
deck, outdoor shower, sink and bunk
beds. Fridge, microwave,
toaster/broiler, TV with cable, wi-fi.
Short term $1,800 until Oct. 15,
2008. $900 due at move in.
References and employed. Call 296-
1107. Leave message If no answer.
Seeking two roommates for 3/1
house one block from Duval Street.
Close to everything. Two bedrooms
available at this great must-see loca-
tion in Old Town. Each bedroom has
NC plus cable, W/D on property.
Large fenced-in back yard, front
porch. Great for entertaining.
$900/month. $500 security deposit
required. Rent will be adjusted per
move-in date. For more information,
call Bill cell at 509-2082 from 9 a.m.
- midnight. Leave voice mail with
name and contact number.


2/2 Mobile Home in Tamarac Park for
rent. Large storage room that could
be third bedroom. Yard, on/off street
parking, perfect for military bache-
lors. Available Sept. 1. Rent
$1,700/security negotiable. Military
preferred and pets welcome Call
Renee at 747-6232 and leave a
message.
Big Pine Key 2/1. CBS construction,
on canal, W/D, central NC. Screened
porch, fenced yard, boat dockage.
$1,475/month. Call (305) 395-3415,
872-3450, or 872-4592.
2/2 condo for rent/sale. New central
A/C, new stove, refrigerator and


dishwasher. New kitchen cabinets
and countertops. New W/D included.
All rooms are tiled. Furnished or
unfurnished. Ground floor, porch
opens to golf course. Neww accor-
dion shutters on all windows and
porch. No pets. Over-55 community.
$850/month. $120,000 will hold
mortgage with 20 percent down.
Located in Margate, Fla. Call (305)
849-5962.
Ramrod Key cute 2/1, newly
remodeled. A/C, spacious fenced
yard, W/D, nice open floor plan, lots
of storage, access to boat ramp ?
block away. Within 3.5 miles of gro-
cery-store and shopping. Pets or
smokers ok upon approval. Photos
can be e-mailed upon request. Call
Tracy at (305) 294-1797 or (928)
710-2989.
2/1.5 new townhouse two blocks
from Simonton St. Tile, Frigidaire
stainless steel appliances, granite
counter tops. W/D, central NC,
fenced yard with deck. No smoking,
mo pets. Military preferred. Miiiury
discount with good credit and refer-
ences. $1,995/month. One-year
lease. Available Sept. -1. Call (210)
601-1933.
New Town Santa Clara condo. 2/2,
tennis, pool, no pets. $1,700/month.
Call (305) 849-0399 or (574) 273-
4303.
3/2 1,600 sq. ft. Key West home in
family neighborhood. Huge master
suite with dual vanity and jetted tub.
Completely renovated in 2006 with
large garden. $1,800/month. F/US.
Call 393-4611.
Baypoint 2/1.5 duplex on open water
with private dock. Living room over-
looks water. Galley kitchen with
refrigerator, stove, dishwasher,
"microwave and granite countertops.
Central NC. Please call 745-1363.
$1,550 plus utilities. F/US.
1/1 large apartment on Gulf of
Mexico. Sand beach. Absolutely no
pets. Call 745-1462.
Big dog friendly log house in para-
dise. Completely renovated with new
kitchen, new appliances, new baths,
new hardwood floors, new windows,
and new central heat and air. Big
1,600+ sq. ft. with large rocking
chair front porch and huge, formal
back deck with spa! Large living
space with 28R/1BA downstairs;
upstairs has huge loft space separat-
ed into another two rooms with sec-
ond full bath. Large yard, landscaped
and fenced. Convenient location in
Big Pine Key. $1,900/month. Call
745-9894.
Big Coppitt 2/1. Cactus Drive duplex.
New kitchen with refrigerator, stove,
dishwasher, microwave, blinds, cen-
tral NC. Tiled throughout. Laundry
hookups, possible W/D, yard.
$1,400/month plus utilities. Call
745-1363.
Great home in Sanctuary of Key West
Golf Club. 3/2.5 plus a den/study.
Large driveway, covered carport,
storage areas, shed, W/D, central
NC, dishwasher, community pools,
security. Convenient to Key West,
military bases, commissary and NEX.


$2,800/month plus utilities. Lease
required. Call 744-0229 or (443)
621-6274. E-mail renzib@aol.com.
Old Town 2/1 house. Off-street park-
ing, W/D, unfurnished. No pets.
$1,600/month includes
water/sewer/trash. FL/S negotiable.
Call 797-1561.
1/1 unfurnished condo at Key West
by the Sea. Full kitchen, dining/living
room, balcony with ocean view. Two
pools on property in gated communi-
ty, professionally landscaped. Beach
across the street S$1,400/montl. Call
294-4096 or 942-1160.
3/2 stilt home with open-water view
on Cudjoe Key. Central air, 1,000
square feet, large lot. S1,400/month.
F/LUS. Available now. Call 797-0625.
2/1 beautiful Conch house on quiet
street in old town near White
Street Wood floors, tile bathroom
and newly-tiled front porch. Central
NC, W/D, ceiling fans, new dish-
washer and fridge. Within walking
distance of Fausto's grocery, laundry,
bank and cafes. Fenced yard with
plenty of parking in front and across
street Contact Carol to set up view-
ing at wightl@aol.com.
Newly renovated, two-bedroom fur-
nished apartment, including linens
and kitchen utensils. Within walking
distance of supermarket, laundry,
bank and natural food store. Tile
floors, NC, ceiling fans. Pet friendly,
huge yard, ample parking. Ready for
gainfully employed, quiet, non-
smoking folks. $1,800/mofith, which
includes electric, Direct TV and DSL
wireless intemet connection. Please
call Marian at 872-1146.
3/2 furnished or unfurnished house
at Sugarloaf Shores. Open-water
views, gated entry, high ceilings
throughout. Garage, boat storage,
davits, W/D, A/C. F/UL/S.
$2,650/month. See photos at
http://hometown.aol.com/robtozer or
call 240-0292.
2/1 on Big Coppitt Key. (MM 10).
Large yard, unfurnished. Close to
Boca Chica. Small pets OK.
Responsible, non-smokers please.
$1,400/month. F/S required Call
923-7989.
Very nice apartment on Cudjoe Key.
Approximately 1,000 square feet.
Central NC, W/D, 42-inch HDTV.
Water/electric included. Indoor cat,
small dog acceptable.
$1,500/month. Call Bill at 745-3962.
or 393-3820.
3/2 house on Flagler. Central A/C, tile
floors. W/D, fenced yard, carport.
Walking distance to everything.
Available July 1. F/US. Lease.
$2,200/month. Call 216-6209.
2/1 on a canal in Lower Sugarloaf
(MM 17). Great neighborhood. Large
yard with small dock. Boats wel-
come. Flexible lease. F/S. Call Ray at
(508) 400-5868, or e-mail:
Rayaap@aol.com.
Newly remodeled efficiency duplex
in Bay Point at MM 15. Partially fur-
nished. Tile throughout.
$1,000/month, which Includes water
and sewer. F/S. Call 745-1486.


Full time position available for expe-
rienced teacher and aide at Christian
school. Call 294-6018.


Let me help you fine the key that
unlocks the door to an ambience-
filled world for your home. If you
would like to learn more, please con-
tact Amesha Winters at (305) 923-
1201 or visit
www.partylite.biz/sites/ameshawln-
ters.com.
Pet sitter with 15 years of amal
experience for hire. Licensed veteri-
nary technician. Experience with a
variety of animals. Services offered
in your home to include Cudjoe Key
and surrounding area. Contact
Michelle at (216) 577-2989, or e-
mail: off2oregon@hotmail.com.
Military seamstress services for
minor alterations and sewing of your
military uniforms. For more informa-
tion or to make an appointment,
please call Dawn at 304-0624.
Miraculous Miriam can clean your
entire house and take care of the
yard too'Specializes in cleaning car-
pets, tile floors, yard maintenance,
tropical landscaping. Call Miriad or
Daniel at 393-0439. Se habla
Espafiol.
Pampered Chef or Tupperware con-
sultant/manager looking to have a
party with you and your friends.
Combined or separate show. Great
deals for the summer for hosts.
Looking to add new consultants to
our team. Need a flexible job over the
summer? Call me. Mention this ad
and get an extra gift at your show.
Vicky Dudley 294-3828 or 942-
6504.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance
Consultant #22557. Serving the
Florida Keys. RFind out why I've fallen
in love with Pure Romance. Call 296-
7605 or (843) 325-7161. E-mail:
lisahuber@pureromance.com. Shop
from the comfort and confidentiality
of your home -at:
lisahuber.pureromance.com.
DaFloProductions Mobile DJ
Entertainment. Providing strictly the
hits for your dancing crave since
1989. Mobile DJ service for all occa-
sions with state-of-the-art sound
and lighting effects. Satisfaction
guaranteed! Se habla Espafiol. For
more information and bookings call
872-4322, or e-mail: dalloproduc-
tions@yahoo.com.
Kathy Brown's Cleaning Service.
Maid service, made easy. Need a lit-
tle or a lot of extra help around the
house? We can help you get it clean.
Have available openings for Truman,
Trumbo, Peary Court and Si(@ee.
Weekly or bi-weekly rates. Call 304-
2008.
No time to clean? Weekend house-
cleaning services now available.
Base access, reliable. Former hous-
ing inspector. Call Carmen Garcia
896-1589.


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