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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Alternate Title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: September 6, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2008-I


.. 55, NO. 72 I WWW.KEYSNET.COM I 25 CENTS


NOT IF, BUT WHEN


Michael Shields launches
"Essentials of Film" at the
KeN West Art Bar and brings
intimate film screenings back
to Key West. the Armory
acquires Florida's first Art-o-
mat dispenser, "Woodrat Jill"
author reads in the Upper
Keys and a French film bor-
rows from elements from
Amenrican acton movies.
This and more in L'Atttudes,
starting on Page 19



Ike information
With Hurricane [ke on
track to strike the Keys as a
powerful storm, find out all
you need to know% to get pre-
pared on pages 4. 5. 8. 9. 10
and 11. For a downloadable
copy of our 2008 hurricane
preparedness section, go to
www.keysnet.com/
hurricanes/.

Roche sentenced
Marathon accountant Ben
Roche has been sentenced to
30 months in prison for fail-
ing to pay both his personal
income taxes and Social
Security taxes for his staff.
See story. Page 13.

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Classifieds .
Living .....
Obituaries-


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Opinion .. ...... . .6
Sports/Outdoors ....... 29
Crossword ..... L'Attitudes





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Hurricane Ike
right on target for
Florida Keys strike
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Sort \\ner
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Faced with one of the most
fearsome hurricane threats in
more than -li) _ears. emergency
officials ordered a Florida Ke\s
evacuation beginning ioda\.
Forecasts issued at press time
show ed Hurricane Ike arri, ing in
the Keys on Tuesday possible.
as a Category 4 storm crossing
the Middle Kels.
"Most of the reliable [hurri-
cane path] models are iightl\
packed together and show hke
hitting the Keys,'" said Mart
Strahan. chief meteorologist at
the National Weather Ser ice
office in Ke\ West.
"It's too soon to say e\actl\
%\here it %ill be but I definitely.
think it's going to be a Keys
problem." Strahan said
Experts compare Ike to
Hurricane Donna. w which on Sept
10. 1960. leveled much of the
Middle Ke\s Donna. the last
Category 4 humcane to make
landfall in Monroe Count1.
flooded an area from MNlarathon
to Ta\ernerer ith storm surges of
12 to 14 feet
"Houses on the oceanside of
LiS I pretty much got washed
awa." Strahan said "The right
side of a Category 4 hurricane is
a very dangerous place to be "
It could happen again, fore-
casters said
The evacuation for \ visitors
officially begins at 9 a.m today.
A phased evacuation for resi-
dents begins at 8 a.m. Sunday for
Lower Keys residents. Middle
Keys residents are advised to
leave by noon Sunday, and
Upper Keys residents by 4 p.m.
Sunday.
The evacuations times are
timed to let people leave before

See HURRICANE / 2


Marathon Home Depot associate Cornelia Swift
purchased Friday into the back of his van. Knetge
2005 to be prepared for a storm.


Keynoler photo Dy RYAN MvcCARTHY
helps Bill Knetge load a generator he
says he learned from Hurricane Wilma in


Evacuation advice


No one e'er likes to e',acu-
ate the Keys %when a storm's
churning. but not doing so
could cost Nyou \our life.
An evacuation is a slow%.
frustrating, time-consuming
e\penence So e\ acuees should
exercise extreme caution in
traffic so they don't lose their
means of transportation.
Provisions have been made
to close U.S. 1 and move
remaining evacuees into the
safest structures available as
weather conditions deteriorate;
no one should be caught on the
highway during landfall of any
hurricane.


Remember these important
points while e\ acuating
Let lo\ed ones kno%
\\here \ou aie going.
Be pi prepared to lea' e e.u 1\
Select and confirm \our
destination before leaving.
+ Select your primary and
alternate evacuation routes
prior to leaving.
Take detailed maps of
areas around your destination
and along your evacuation
route.
- Monitor local media for
important information.


Fill pour car's fuel tank
Check all fluid levels in
your car
Check Nour spare tire and
tire-changing equipment.
Take an adequate supply
of food and w ater
Have sufficient cash to
meet your needs.
Dangerous winds can often
precede a hurricane by many
hours.
Anyone evacuating with a
large vehicle and those planning
to tow a trailer or boat are
required to leave early. Later in
an evacuation, those vehicles
will be removed from traffic.


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Keys News


PREDICTED TEMPERATURES


DATE
SAT.
SUN.


Forecast: Residents should
closely monitor the pro-
gress of Hurricane Ike.
Effects may be felt as early
as Monday afternoon.



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

Marathon
3015 Overseas Highway
(RO. Box 500158)
Marathon, FL 33050-0158
Newsroom ......(305) 743-5551
Advertising......(305) 743-5551


Shelters likely to open


While the Monroe County
School District and county gov-
ernment have constructed
schools that better serve as hurri-
cane shelters, existing shelters in
the Keys generally are useful -
but only if the storm is not a huge
one.
The Keys' shelters for
Category 1 and 2 storms are Key
West High School, Sugarloaf
School, Stanley Switlik
Elementary School and Coral"
Shores High School.
Consider the following when
emergency officials announce the
opening of the shelters:
Monroe County may not
have enough shelter spaces for
Category 1 or 2 hurricanes. This'
is especially true in the Lower
Keys and Key West.


There are no shelters in
Monroe County that will be safe
in the most deadly hurricanes,
Category 3, 4, or 5. Shelters in
the Keys will not open during
these most dangerous hurricanes.
You must evacuate to the main-
land.
Do not expect substantial
meals or comfort items. If you
want special food, bedding or
entertainment, you must provide
it yourself. Do not bring more
supplies than you can comfort-
ably carry.
+ No medical care will be
available at these shelters. If you
expect to need medical care, you
should make arrangements to
evacuate to a medical facility on


the mainland.
+ Pets are allowed but the
must be caged and the owners
must show proof that their ani-
mals' shots are up to date.
Alcohol and weapons are
not permitted in shelters.
The shelter manager is in
charge, and all shelters will have
a law enforcement officer. All
laws will be strictly enforced.
Monroe County's designated
out-of-county shelter is at Florida
International University. Those
evacuating to FIU should take the
Florida's Turnpike Extension
from Florida City. Get off at the
U.S. 41/Southwest 8th Street exit
and follow the signs.
For more information call
Monroe County Emergency
Management at 289-6018.


'If Ike hits, it's going to be severe'


Keys briefs


Court system's Greene
is leaving the Keys

One of the Ke\s' best-
known community activists is
moving to the state'-; west
coast % ith her husband. %who
is retiring at the' end of
September.
Judi Greene, w ho has
worked in several Key West-
based health, court and politi-
cal organizations, is moving
to Brandon % ith her husband
Roger.
Greene moved to the KeN s
in 1993. taking a position
%\ith the Florida Department
of Children and Families.
then served the Florida
Department of Health as a
bioterrorism response coordi-
nator. She is now operations
manager for Monroe Count,
Circuit Court.
Greene has been a mem-


Fax...................(305) 743-6397 / FrBuyers were loading up on Friday, the Seven Mile Bridge er of the United a o
Fax................(305) 743-9586 HURRICANE / From 1 "rope, plywood, fasteners, flash- was identified as a possible loca- Monroe board since 1996
lights and batteries," he said. tion for landfall Tuesday evening, and was selected as thi
Key West the start of tropical-storm winds, Jeff Davis of Big Pine Key But that track could change g- roups's Unsung Hero of th
2720-A N. Roosevelt Blvd. expected to begin Monday was among the crowd at the slightly or significantly. Year in 2004. She is als,
Overseas Market evening. Tolls on Card Sound Home Depot in Marathon. "You "I've been here long enough sein mg her second term as
Key West. FL 33040 Road will be suspended begin- have to do it early," Davis said, to know I don't want to stay here member of the Low er Key
Newsroom ......(305) 296-6989 ning today. "and if nothing happens, you through one again," said Upper Hospital District Board and i
Advertising......(305) 296-6989 "Forecasters at the National have the day off." Keys liveaboard boater Carl a member of the Monro
Fax................(305) 296-1924 Hurricane Center and Key West Marathon resident Bill Knetge "Bigfoot" Olshenske, who plans County Community Alliance
weather office are cautioning that purchased a generator "for the to move his trawler to Central In addition, Greene has beei
E-mail a portion of the Keys may be refrigerator and stuff' after going Florida. "Hurricane Andrew was active in Republican politics
keynoter@keynoter.com impacted by a major hurricane," without in the wake of Hurricane too close," he said. "Your judg- Greene experienced a per
Keys Emergency Management Wilma. "I'm getting other sup- ment has nothing to do with it. sonal life-saving role in th
Missing your paper? Director Irene Toner said. plies, too food and water and They can move; it's up to the year 2000. It hasn't general]
If your newspaper is not "Because of our unique geogra- all. Not to go overboard, but just Lord." been known by most of he
delivered by 6:30 a.m. (7:30 phy and the possibility that other in case you have to go for a week At Coffee Plantation on Key friends and co-workers, bu
a.m. weekends, holidays) Florida counties may also be or two." West's Caroline Street, owner she donated a kidney to he
call (305) 743-5551, ext. 12, ordering evacuations, it is impor- "I have everything I need, Diane Glorie was waiting for the husband, which turned out t
before 10 a.m. for redelivery. tant for residents and visitors to except patience," said "Delaware latest news Friday afternoon "to be a near-perfect.match.
On weekends or after hours, heed our advice." Dave" Copley, a crewman aboard see if we need to leave."
call toll-free 1-800-441-0444. Many events planned through- the Islamorada charterboat "Look what it does to my
out the Keys have been can- Jennie Q. "I loaded before the business," she said, motioning to
FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (issri celled. Schools were expected to last storm, so I'm set." a sparsely occupied dining room. 0
8756-627. USPS# 0201-620) is close, as were local government In Key West, Assistant Tax "It's absolutely killing us."
published semi-weekly by Floriaa offices. Key West International Collector Angela Hitchcock was Shirley Faye Albury of a pio-
Keys Keynoter PO Box 500158 Airport will remain open through busy handing out re-entry stick- neering Tavemier family vividly
Marathon. Florida 33050-0158. Sunday for regular flights, and ers Friday. remembers Hurricane Donna
Subscriplon ratoles are S41 93 in Keys Information Station
Ihe Keys Your Keynoler nome open to general aviation on "It's been hectic," she said. rocking the walls of their wood- eys Information station
delivery subscription includes Monday. It will be restricted to "It's been heavy traffic. We're frame Tavernier home. Channel 5 News
Keys Sunaay and the Sunday emergency traffic beginning going on our third roll today. A "It really scared me because it Monday Friday
edition of rre Miami Herala. sometime Tuesday. lot of business owners taking care did move the house around. It
Keynoter mail subscriptions Many residents were still of their employees." was absolutely horrendous," she 6:00 p.m.
state Please coll for all other deciding whether to go or stay. In Ike already has reached said. "I went and hid under the 8:00 p.m.
rates including overseas mail the meantime, they are putting up Category 4 strength but some bed with the dogs." 9:00 p.m.
Penioa,cals Postage Paid at shutters, boarding up and laying shear winds from the north are "A gig tree came down on Keys news daily
Maiathon Florida and additional in supplies, expected its intensity to drop back of our house and probably from the staff of
mailing offices "People are taking this one temporarily. saved it," she said. "It was the The Keynoter
POSTMASTER: Address changes mr re serious\ than the others," "Don't get complacent if they only thing that held it down" The Reporterand
o0 FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER PO said Bruce McClenithah, co- start talking about a Categon -2 Keys Sundry
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Saturday, September 6, 2008


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4 Saturday, September 6, 2008


Keys News


Ce ebrating our past


The approaching Hurricane Ike has longtime
Keys residents recalling Hurricane Donna,
whichh hit the Ke. s on Sept. 10, 1960
Middle and Upper Ke\s residents sa" 13-
foot storm surges and 150 mph %inds. and the
damage was extensive, especially on the ocean-


side.
Here. Marathon residents assess the damage
once Donna left Overturned traders like the one
shown here %%ere scattered all o'er the area
Photo from the Keynoter archives.


Real Estate e Business Lifestyle E. Bu e

Capitalizing on the view ive
Scenic highway gro,,p pushe f-or national recognition d rive
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Keys group looking to
capitalize on Keys vistas

Also:
* Credit crunch sends
ripple through afford-
able housing projects.
* Biodiesel has a prom-
ising future in the Keys.
* How to protect your.
company against
employee theft.


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FiRu at ne s*ad l ile or nSna.s M ia i Hrl


Here are the bare


essentials to know


When a hurricane threatens
the Keys, you'll have to make the
decision whether to evacuate or
ride out the. storm in safety at
home.
If authorities recommend
evacuation, you should leave.
Their advice is based on knowl-
edge of the strength of the storm
and its potential for death and
destruction.
Following are things that
should be picked up from the
store before a hurricane threatens:
Waterproof containers for
important documents.
Batteries for radios and
flashlights. *
Flashlights and lanterns.
Propane and lantern fuel..
Containers for water and
gasoline.
Ropes and straps.
Tarps and plastic sheeting.
A small camp stove for
cooking.
Nails, bolts and hand tools
for storm preparations.
Plywood for covering win-
dows.
First-aid kit.
Portable ice chest.
In general:
Determine where to move
your boat in an emergency.
Trim back trees.
Check for loose rain gutters'
and down spouts.
When a hurricane watch is


Generators

a lifeline

When po\ er goes odut, the
generators come on. But'how
, much do you kno" about
how to work one'
Before using an RV or
portable generator, it is
important that you turn off
the electricity at your home's
main circuit breaker or fuse
box to disconnect our home
from the power grid, If not
disconnected, power can flo\
into outside utility lines and
could even injure a neighbor
if power from your generator
flows to another house.
When using a portable
generator. make certain it is
properly ventilated. A
portable generator should be
used on1. outside the home.
Breathing accumulated car-
bon monoxide fumes inside
your home will cause serious
lung damage and can even
cause death
\When electric service is
restored, prevent damage to
your generator b\ disconnect-
ing it before turning on the
power to your home.


issued: official bulletins.
Check often for official bul- Board up garage and porch
letins on radio, TV, or National doors.
Oceanic and Atmospheric Move valuables to upper
Administration Weather Radio. floors.
Fill up your car with gas. Bring in the pets.
Get money from the bank. Fill containers (such as a
Check mobile home tie- bathtub) with several days' sup-
downs. ply of drinking water.
Moor small craft or move Turn up the refrigerator to
them to safe shelter. maximum cold.
Stock up on canned provi- Use phone only for emer-
sions. agencies.
Check supplies of special Stay indoors on the down-
medicines and drugs. wind side of house away from
Check the batteries in radio windows.
and flashlights. Leave mobile homes.
Secure lawn furniture and Leave areas that might be
other loose material outdoors. affected by storm tide.
Tape, board or shutter win- Leave early, in daylight if
dows to prevent shattering, possible.
Wedge sliding-glass doors Shut off water and,electric-
to prevent them from lifting from ity at main stations.
the tracks. Take small valuables and
When a hurricane war iing `s apqKq,KJ travel light
issued \. *Leave food and water for
"""' Stay turned to media for pets. .


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Keys News


Saturday, September 6,2008 .5


Basic knowledge is key in protecting pets


By DOUG MADER
Keynoter Contributor


[R N E A


medications (such as insulin for
Pet owners should know the diabetes) must be kept refrigerat-
following general information ed, so prepare a cooler with ice
for hurricane season: packs.
+ Have enough pet food and Make sure your pet is prop-
water for each pet for at least erly identified: Photos, tattoos,
two weeks. Figure on having at microchips.
least 1 gallon of fresh water per + If you are leaving on vaca-
pet per day. tion during hurricane season,
+ If your pet is on medica- make sure your veterinarian,
tion, get an extra prescription boarding facility or pet sitter
and leave it in your hurricane kit. have emergency numbers where
Check the expiration dates on they can reach you, or emer-
any medication left in your kit agency numbers for friends in
from last year. Be careful, some case you can't be reached. If a


Expect delays

returning home


Staging area
would be set
in Florida City
With Hurricane Ike close, it's
a good idea to pick up your re-
entry sticker for your auto's
windshield now in case of evac-
uation from the Keys.
The color-coded stickers -
which can be picked up at no
charge at any Monroe County
Sheriff's Office substation -
make it easier for law enforce-
ment to direct Keys residents to
their designated re-entry staging
area. The staging areas are in
Florida City; residents will be
diverted from Florida's Turnpike
to areas off Krome Avenue, most
likely from a roadblock at the
last turnpike exit near Wal-Mart.
Motorists should know, how-
ever, they re-entry is not a quick
process. Electric workers will
need to clear U.S. 1 and other
Keys roads of downed power
lines, and various other debris
would have to be removed
before traffic is allowed to flow
back to the islands.
A driver's license and vehicle
registration are needed to get a
re-entry sticker.
Stickers are yellow for Upper


Keys folk, blue for Middle Keys,
orange (or red) for Lower Keys,
and white for Key West. Only
officially marked emergency
vehicles will be allowed to go
straight through any roadblock.
Vehicles from each area will
be staged together. The plan then
is to release groups of cars to
return home to the Keys.
It's best if the re-entry sticker
is placed on the lower left-hand
side of your windshield. If
someone doesn't have a sticker,
law -enforcement will have to
check the driver's license and
registration to make sure that
person lives in the Keys.
The re-entry plan was created
after 1998, when thousands of
residents attempting to return
from the Hurricane Georges
evacuation ran into a miles-long
roadblock at the Florida City end
of the 18-Mile Stretch and on the
turnpike. The flood of vehicles
snarled traffic and made it diffi-
cult for storm-relief personnel
and equipment to reach the
Keys.
To find out if it's time to .
return to the Keys, call the
Monroe County hotline at (800)
955-5504. Or if you have access
to a TV, tune in.


bad storm arrives, most veteri-
nary offices will close. .
If you have an excitable
pet, ask your veterinarian for
some tranquilizers either for the
travel or during the storm
(remember, veterinarians cannot
legally give out tranquilizers
without first seeing the pet, so
plan ahead.
People with outdoor pets
(such as birds) should plan a way
to fortify the cages or, better yet,
bring the animals indoors.
+ For those with outdoor
ponds such as turtle or fish
ponds, set up temporary contain-
ers so you can bring the animals
indoors. In addition, have back
up filters or battery or solar pow-
ered air pumps available.
If you have to evacuate:
+ Make sure you have
enough pet carriers if you need
to evacuate. The carriers should
be large enough to house the pet


while you are in a hotel or simi-
lar location.
+ Plan an exit strategy -
check ahead for hotels that allow
pets.
+ Make sure your pet is prop-
erly vaccinated; most boarding
kennels will not allow improper-
ly vaccinated pets. Keep a copy
of your pet's vaccination records
with the carriers so you know
where they are in a crisis.
Horses must be Coggin's
tested negative before they will
be allowed to evacuate the coun-
ty. Keep a copy of the test result
with the horse at all times.
+ If you have a horse, make
sure you have access to a func-
tional horse trailer. Check the
tires and hitch. The Florida
Highway Patrol will not allow
trailers on the road once winds
reach 35 mph.
Hurricane don't:
+ Don't let your pets go free


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thinking they can fend for them-
selves.
Don't abandon your pets at
a veterinary office or boarding
facility.
+ Don't leave them home
alone if you have to evacuate.
Don't leave them in a car
unattended.
+ Above all, don't panic a
little planning will make a scary
situation one you can handle.
Don't wait until the last
minute and expect that your vet-
erinarian will be able to fill pre-
scriptions, provide extra food,
make copies of records, etc.
Remember, the veterinary staff.
has its own families and pets to
care for and may have to evacu-
ate as well.

Veterinarian Doug Mader
owns the Marathon Veterinary
Hospital and is recognized as a
specialist in exotic species.


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KEYNOTER


Keys Opinion


Hope wanes for tax

reform, budget relief

A good thing happened for Florida Wednesday when the state
Supreme Court unanimously rejected three proposed constitu-
tional amendments crafted by the Taxation and Budget Reform
Commission.
If approved by voters, the amendments could have resulted in
a gradual dismantling of the public school system. This obvi-
ously wasn't the commission's intent, but change often brings
unintended consequences.
Amendment 5 would have eliminated property taxes that pay
for schools and require the Legislature to replace the funding
with sales taxes and other revenue, but only for one year.
Amendment 7 would have repealed the 100-year-old constitu-
tional ban on' direct state funding of religious institutions,
including religious schools. Amendment 9 would have over-
turned the Supreme Court's ruling that invalidated state-paid
vouchers for students in failing public schools to attend private
schools.
The justices upheld a circuit court's decision that
Amendment 5's language would mislead voters into thinking
that the Legislature had to come up with a permanent revenue
replacement for property taxes. In truth, lawmakers would have
had only to replace those taxes in the year the amendment
would have taken effect, 2010-11. See story, Page 15.
Amendments 7 and 9, the justices determined, did not deal
with the budget process, and so were outside the purview of the
commission. The commission convenes -every 20 years to
make tax and budgeting recommendations, as is signaled by its
name. Breaking down the wall between church and state and
reinstating school vouchers would have gone well beyond that
mandate.
While the commission identified problems in Florida's tax.
structure, it failed to find workable reforms.
Amendment 5, which is called the "tax-swap" amendment,
would have brought some relief to property owners by getting
rid of taxes that the state requires school boards to assess to pay
for schools. Removing this tax would have created a $9.6 bil-
lion funding gap that the Legislature would have been required
to make up for only one year. Supporters envisioned a one-cent
hike in the state sales tax, but that would have brought in only
about $3 billion, leaving a big funding gap for schools in the
law's first year alone.
The proposed tax swap was a prescription for disaster. The
frustration is that the .commission squandered an opportunity
that only comes every 20 years. Property owners are no better
off, nor are Florida's struggling school districts.
The commission's fumbled opportunity means that, once
again, tax reform is back in the Legislature's court.

This was reprinted from The Miami Herald.

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Watch out for the little guy


EDITOR:
Sunday evening, after a very busy week of
trying to make sales and putting everything back
out and in order from the hurricane threat, I fell
into a deep sleep on the bed. I dreamed Bob and
I walked into our local Kmart seeing hundreds
of guitars placed on the shelves on the side of
the room.
Now, I suppose I was to have this dream
about this time of the year, for I know it is about
time for Kmart to order up for Christmas. So I
hope to ask them not to do that to another striv-
ing small business here in the Keys and to all
the people who do eBay or the Internet for
Christmas.
Stay away from ordering all those music


instruments. Kmart's big enough without selling
keyboards and guitars. We always try to work
with people and are right in line with other retail
stores. Please remember the large companies
won't give you the services and send you the
business you may need like the local small per-
son trying to stay afloat. There's just nothing
like a simple thank you, come back, may I help
you and all the really neat things a small busi-
ness can do for you.
There, I said it. Big companies in small
towns, please remember the small businesses
and only shelve things you need to without hurt-
ing the small guy. It will happen soon enough.
Linda Lee Byars
Marathon


Lewd remark has no place in commission meeting


EDITOR:
Monroe County-is terribly mismanaged and
bankrupt. Social services, all nonprofit organiza-
tions that provide needed services to the commu-
nity, are cut. People have lost their homes in
trailer parks to development. Whistle blowers are
fired, developers are catered to and us homeown-
ers and all citizens will pay for this as they've
increased our taxes.
This is not just the result of poor judgment
but cronyism, back-room deals and favors to
friends all made possible by putting key people
in key positions to decide, vote and allow for
corruption.
At the last County Commission meeting, I
stood up to speak against the reappointment of
Donna Windle to the Planning Commission. I
was clear why she should not be reappointed.
After speaking, Commissioner Sonny McCoy
relentlessly chastised me for my statements. I
disagreed with him and wanted to argue his state-
ments. I was not allowed to speak, as Mayor
Mario Di Gennaro told me to keep quiet or else I
would be thrown out of the meeting.
I then reminded Mario that Sonny earlier
made a sexist remark to resident Kay Thacker,
which was inferred to myself and that if he could

Elect real leaders
EDITOR:
The primary election regarding the Monroe
County Commission shows that the issues and
not personalities drove the vote.
Results are the key in substantiating any type
of performance as related to criteria. In this
case, the criterion is the state of the county
financially and otherwise. Voters are unhappy
with the current state of the county as men-
tioned and want a change.
The current economic climate demands a dif-
ferent approach. A concerted effort to build
Monroe County as a great place to live and
work starts from the example set by the Monroe
County Commission.
Leaders set the example; we need leaders.
Do the homework necessary and find the lead-
ers.
Jeffrey Vorick. ,
t Key,.Coloniy Beach,


say those things, then I should have the right to
speak the truth.
Sonny had earlier in the meeting stated: "Kay,
watch where you put your fingers." I was sitting
next to Kay, am a lesbian and interpreted exactly
what Sonny's comment meant. Sonny was crude,
unprofessional, discriminatory and disgusting.
Inunmediately after Sonny made this comment,
in the audience we gasped and could not believe
what was said. It was clearly heard, yet Mario
continued the meeting ignoring the statement.
The agenda item addressing censuring com-
missioners came up and was postponed until the
next meeting. I had sat there for 12 hours, signed
up to speak on the item and asked to read into
the record what I wanted to say because I didn't
know if I could make the next meeting in Key
Largo. This has been done in the past, yet I was
not allowed to speak and again denied my rights.
As soon as the meeting was over, I went up to
Mario and told him loud and clear that I will
never speak to him again. He let Sonny McCoy
slur his sexual remarks in this meeting yet denied
me the right to speak.
We are controlled, denied our freedom of
speech, insulted, abused and intimidated in order
to silence us.
Diane Beruldsen
Key West



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Keys Opinion


Saturday, September 6, 2008 7


The pavilion will go in by the marina on the upper right. The
letter writer has been replaced as project manager by Bill
Sprague. In addition to the pavilion and community center,
Sprague who will be paid $125 an hour is charged with
overseeing construction of a new fire station on Lower
Matecumbe Key.

Village park work went as planned


EDITOR:
As many people know, I
was hired as project manager
for the bathroom pavilion and
community center at Founders
Park. After almost 18 months
in this position, I was dis-
missed by Village Manager
Kenneth Fields. There have .
been many statements and
rumors about the projects, and I
am taking this opportunity to
clarify them.
+ As of Aug. 28, the park
projects I was hired to manage
were on time and under budget.
There have been field
revisions, change orders and
drawing coordination that are
normal to any project, There
has been no reduction in quali-
ty and all design changes man-
dated by the Village Council
and former Mayor Dave
Boemer, whether I agreed with
them or not, have been incor-.
porated with no increase in
budget or schedule. -
The formal paperwork on
the change orders was late, and
this was Fields' stated reason
for my dismissal. As of this
date it has all been submitted,
showing a savings to the tax-
payers of approximately


$6,000.
During the almost 18
months I served as project
manager, I worked approxi-
mately 20 hours a week man-
aging both projects through the
design and construction
process. My salary was $55
hour, approved by former
Village Manager Gary Word.
My work included recommend-
ing architects and engineers,
organizing the bidding and
selection of contractors, negoti-
ating field revisions and change
orders, selecting final finishes
and owner-furnished equip-
ment, and keeping the director
of Public Works and Utilities,
Myles Milander, informed of
the project progress.
I would like to thank all the
professionals involved: Keys
Engineering, all the local sub-
contractors, and in particular
Native Construction and owner
Brett Ekblom. Together we
handled all of the issues while
keeping the project on time and
under budget.
I invite you to visit, use and
enjoy these significant and need-
ed additions to Founders Park.
Ron Levy
Islamorada


Developers lose in primary election


EDITOR:
The real result of the voting
in the primary is a very 'clear
message to the developers:
Your sure-thing free ride is
over. No more back-door deals.
No more whispering into com-
missioners' ears. No more last-
second performances. No more
guaranteed decisions. The pat-
tern of "approved" has come to
an end.
Monroe County employees
have new bosses who don't
want what the ousted ones
wanted. Pro-development is no


longer the required mandate, or
company mantra. Planning
Department decisions will now
have an unbiased (non-pro-
development) review.
Twenty four months and
counting for Mayor Mario Di
Gennaro, enough time for him
to ask his fishing buddy the
governor to find him a com-
mittee or panel or state job
appointment, preferably in
some remote already fully
.developed.part of the state.
Sue Heim
Key Largo


Helpful, hometown approach

... and still omly 25-cents


Shortly after 11 a.m. Thursday, someone
stopped in the Keynoter office looking for an
eye doctor "nearby.",
Classified sales staffers Laura Preston and
Kimber Koewers knew exactly what he was
looking for Dr. Operchal's office at 23rd
Street.
Armed with directions and a friendly "have,
a good day," he affirmed what most folks
already know about community newspapers
- we're here to-help.
Late Wednesday night, I received a con-
cerned e-mail from a longtime Keynoter read-
er 35 years and counting who heard that
a popular Marathon musician may have died.
Editor Larry Kahn, who knows the enter-
tainer, checked it out and got to hear his last
set at a late-night club. He was
fine. Whew! Another rumor put to-
rest.
Then a call from the Key West
Chamber after Hurricane Gustav
forced cancellation of the cham-
ber's Aug. 27 Showcase of Key
West Businesses. The rescheduled
business expo is now slated for
Wednesday although Hurricane
Ike may intervene like Gustav did.
We'll make sure our readers get
an update if the expo moves again,
along with the latest news about
Ike's projected path and prepara- Wayne N
tions here in the Keys. Keynoter
And we're doing more of these
helpful news updates daily on
www.KeysNet.com, which combines the
reporting, editing and advertising content of
our community newspapers: Florida Keys
Keynoter, Key West Keynoter, The Reporter
and Keys Sunday.
L'Attitudes, our weekly arts and entertain-
ment section, is also now found on
KeysNet.com along with appearing every
Friday in The Reporter and on Saturday in
both editions of the Keynoter.
Kahn and Reporter Editor David Goodhue
work in partnership along with their staffs to
make sure the latest and-most accurate reports
are delivered to our readers every day, not just
when our print papers are delivered to thou-
sands of homes from Ocean Reef to Key
West.
Many newspapers transitioning from sole
dependence on print to the Internet have wor-
ried about eroding circulation. So far, we
haven't found that to be the case, but then the
Keys are a bit unique.
Our large percentage of homeowners who
live here in season and elsewhere the rest of
the year are prime readers of our newspapers
on the Web. But surprisingly, we still have
thousands of readers some older and not
computer comfortable who still get the
Keynoter and Reporter delivered by mail to
their out-of-county addresses.
Three times a week our paper are bundled


in large canvas bags, sorted by ZIP code and
entered into the mail stream for delivery in
places like Nantucket, Mass., Sheboygan,
Wis., Loveland, Ohio, Aspen, Colo, McLean,
Va., Collegeville, Pa., Rochelle Park, NJ., and
2,500 other places.
In addition to home delivery in the Keys
and mail subscriptions outside Monroe
County, our newspapers are also sold at sin-
gle-'copy outlets from Homestead to Key
West, along with hundreds of newspaper
vending racks -- blue for the Keynoter, bright
green for The Reporter.
And despite pressures from higher costs for
everything, we're proud that the Keynoter and
Reporter have kept their single-copy price at
25-cents for more than a decade. There are
few other consumer goods that
have managed that savings feat.


When CNN moved the images
on .Thursday of .the 4,500-year-old
Markham Ice Shelf breaking off
Canada's Artic north shQre, it was
,, of more than passing interest.
No, I'm not descended from Sir
( Clements Robert Markham,
English geographer and writer. But
it's his name and his championing
larkham of artic expeditions in the 1850s
Publisher that lent his name to the gigantic
ice island now adrift in the Artic
Ocean.
The Associated Press report quotes a Trent
University scientist as saying "it was a shock-
ing event that underscores the rapidity of
changes taking place in the Artic."
The Canadian scientist cites further evi-
dence that worries climatologists, noting
f'unusual cracks in a northern Greenland gla-
cier, rapid melting of a southern Greenland
glacier, and a near record loss for Artic sea ice
this summer."
Just so you know, the Markham Ice Shelf is
big nearly the size of Manhattan. It was
formed over thousands of years from accumu-
lating snow and freezing melt water. Some
describe it as a large platform of thick, ancient
sea ice.
Other than the coincidence of its name, why
so much interest in a remote ice shelf break-
ing off some distant Canadian shore?
"The Markham Ice Shelf had half the bio-
mass for the entire Canadian Artic Ice Shelf
ecosystem," said Martin Jeffries of the U.S.
National Science Foundation and University
of Alaska Fairbanks.
Microbial life that can survive extreme tem-
peratures in the sea and produce photosynthe-
sis like plants may well hold the key to our
planet's future. "We're looking at ecosystems
on the verge of extinction," Jeffries told AP.
SThait caught my attention. And I hope it
catches yours. ..' -. : -


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can wash away


If it happens,.
boiling's safest
way to purify
If a disaster-catches you with-
out a stored supply of clean
water, you can use the water in
your hot-water tank, pipes and ice
cubes. As a last resort, you can
use water in the reservoir tank of
your toilet not the bowl.
Do you know the location of
your incoming water valve?
You'll need to shut it off to stop
contaminated water from enter-
ing your home if youjhear reports
of broken water or sewage lines.
To use water in your pipes, let
air into the plumbing by turning
on the faucet in your house at the
highest level. A small amount of
water will trickle out. Then
obtain water from the lowest
faucet in the house.
. To use the water in your hot-
water tank, be sure the electricity
or gas is off and open the drain at
the bottom of the tank. Start the
water flowing by turning off the
water intake valve and turning on
a hot-water faucet. Do not turn on
the gas or electricity when the
tank is empty.


Purification
In addition to having a bad
odor and taste, contaminated
water can contain micro-organ-
isms that cause diseases such as
dysentery, typhoid and hepatitis.
You should purify all water of
uncertain purity before using it
for drinking,.food preparation. or
hygiene.
There are many ways to puri-
fy water. None is perfect. Often
the best solution is a combination
of methods. But before purifying,
let any suspended particles settle
to the bottom, or strain them
through layers of paper towel or
clean cloth.
Boiling is the safest method of
purifying water if the electric-
ity is working or you have access
to fire. Bring water to a rolling
boil for .three to five minutes,
. keeping in mind that some water
will evaporate. Let the water cool
before drinking.
Boiled water will taste better
if you put oxygen back into it by
pouring the water back and forth
between two clean containers.
This will also improve the taste of
stored water.
You cpn use household liquid
bleach to kill micro-organisms.


Use only regular household liq-
uid bleach that contains 5.25 per-
cent sodium hypochlorite. Do not
use scented bleaches, color-safe
bleaches or bleaches with added
cleaners.
Add 16 drops of bleach per
gallon of water, stir and let stand
for 30 minutes. If the water does
not have a slight bleach odor,
repeat the dosage and let stand
another 15 minutes.
Distillation
While the two methods
described above. will kill most
microbes in water, distillation
will remove microbes that resist
these methods, and heavy metals,
salts and most other chemicals.
Distillation involves boiling
water and then collecting the
vapor that condenses back to
water. The condensed vapor will
not include salt and other impuri-
ties.
To distill, fill a pot. halfway
with water. Tie a cup to the han-
dle on the pot's lid so that the cup
will hang right-side-up when the
lid is upside down (make sure the
cup is not dangling into the
water) and boil the water for 20
minutes. The water that drips
from the lid into the cup is dis-
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KeVs News


Saturday, September 6,2008 9


When the power's out, everything's out


That includes
ATM machines,
gas pumps, more
When hurricanes hit, the folks
at the Florida Keys Electric
Cooperative in the Middle and
Upper Keys and Keys Energy
Services in the Lower Keys and
Key West generally do a spectac-


ular job getting these islands re-
juiced after the power goes out.
But that's after the fact. There
are things Keys residents can do
to minimize the damage, from
protecting electrical supplies to
preparing for if the power indeed
does go out.
Keep trees and shrubbery
trimmed during the season, well


away from electrical supply lines.
Cut weak branches that could fall
on property and trim foliage to
allow for a flow of air.
Dispose of branches and
debris that could become deadly,
wind-driven missiles. The main
cause of outages is overgrown
trees interfering with electric
lines.
Check to ensure all battery-
operated energy equipment is in


If possible, get your boat on land


If not, ensure
it's sufficiently
tied, anchored
By DOUGLAS GREGORY
Keynoter Contributor


If you own a boat, you have a
big investment to lose in a hurri-
cane.
When a hurricane nears, the
most important thing boaters can
do to protect their boats is to get
them out of the water.
Boats and yachts that were
stored ashore on blocks and tied
down survived past storms virtu-
ally unscathed. But almost 100.
percent of the boats left in the
water at docks suffered major
damage or sunk.
Also, boats on boatlifts suf-
fered a lot of damage from being
blown off cradles, bunk boards
breaking, grinding against the lift
or piling, etc.
Hurricane-force winds and the
tidal surgeoseem to be the major
factors damaging boats on lifts.
Docks and their boats were simi-
larly pummeled by the wind.
waves and tidal surge in the 2004
and 2005 storm seasons.
Surprisingly, at least to a non-
expert, concrete pilings proved to
be more susceptible to breaking
in two than the more flexible
wooden pilings.
Floating docks worked better
than fixed docks, but only up to
the height of the pilings they were
attached to. In areas of high tidal
surge, the floating docks floated
right over their pilings and sailed
away with the attached boats in
tow; Now many marinas with
floating docks that had 6- to 8-
foot-high pilings are replacing
them with 18-foot pilings
What about boats at anchor'.
; iLhorin out, 'articulaly.,i:-,


a known hurricane hole, can be
safer than staying tied to a dock.
An anchored boat needs multiple
extra-large anchors with the outer-
most anchors about 90 degrees
from one another. An anchor typi-
cally used for regular overnight
and short-term anchorages is not
sufficient for hurricane protection.
One interesting aspect of
anchoring is the type of anchor
line used and how it is attached to
the anchor and boat. An all-chain
anchor has no stretch and is not


the best for hurricane anchorage.
The best seems to be an extra
large nylon line attached to a gen-
erous length of chain at the
anchor end and to a polyester line
that extends from the cleat
through the chock to just over the
side of the boat.
The nylon line stretches and
provides stability in high waves
and the polyester stretches less in
the chock and has greater resist-
ance to abrasion and chafing than
nylon line.
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working order flashlights,
radios, etc. and keep a good
supply of spare batteries and
bulbs on hand. Keep in touch
with NOAA weather broadcasts.
Stock nonperishable foods
that can be eaten without cooking
by electricity.
Stash away some cash in
small denominations. Credit-card
pay slots at gas stations and ATM
machines won't work without
electricity.
If you or a family member
require electricity for life-support
equipment, discuss it with your
physician.
Before the storm, fill your
vehicle's gas tank. If power is cut


off, filling stations may not be
able to operate pumps.
Turn your refrigerator and
freezer to the coldest settings so
perishables will last longer.
Unplug your television
before taking down your antenna.
When lowering a CB radio anten-
na, telescope it down and lower it
away from power lines to protect
yourself from electrocution.
Consider turning off circuit
breakers before the power goes
off. Power surges and spikes can.
damage electronic equipment.
Also, broken or shorted wires
become fire hazards when the
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Stock a box with games,
books and other materials for use
while sitting out emergencies. Be
sure extra supplies of food, dia-
pers and drinks are available, as
recommended by disaster agen-
cies.
Reading can provide some
awareness and mental prepare:
tion. News stories of community
.disasters can create an opportuni-
ty to discuss ways your family
might handle a similar situation.
This gives kids time to think
about and create a plan of action
for real-life disasters.
There are. also a number of
books for children and adoles-
cents that give information about
disasters or cover real life stories


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of others in storms and floods.
+ After a disaster, keep in
mind that children may be affect-
ed and may find it especially dif-
ficult to talk about their experi-
ences and fears. Memories of
frightening times and sadness for
what was lost can make it hard to
get back to normal.
Children need to be encour-
aged to express their feelings and
discuss their experiences in order
to begin their personal recovery
from the storm. Adults can help
by listening patiently and allow-
ing their children to voice their
fears about the disaster.
Although time and energy
are scarce when trying to clean up
and rebuild, it is important to try
to spend more time with young
people. Children can be expected
to have greater anxiety at times of
separation from their parents like
bedtime or going to school and
they may need a little extra reas-
surance. Allow your children to
discuss the storm, but don't force
the issue.
When you do talk about it, be
sure to emphasize that they are
safe now. Art projects can help
them express feelings and allow
for further discussion of the storm.

Keys briefs


Hurricane threat
delays Roth roast

With.- the approach of
Hurricane Ike a serious threat
next week, the Rick Roth Roast
scheduled for Sept. 12 will be
postponed to a later late.
Nicki Will, chief governance
officer for United Way of
Monroe County, said her board
took the action in an abundance
of caution, recognizing many of
the guests and celebrity roasters
scheduled will be diverted to
emergency management duties.
Tickets sold for the Sept. 12
event will be honored at the
rescheduled event.
The roast will celebrate
Sheriff Rick Roth's 43 years in
law enforcement with proceeds
benefiting the 16 health and
human service agencies helped
by United Way donors.
For information about the
event or to purchase tickets for
the rescheduled roast, contact
Susan Gouldy at 296-3464 or
Margie: WVhininf at'852-321 6.





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Where to get gas


after the storm


Keynoter Staff


Following is a list of gas sta-
tions in the Florida Keys that
have generators or have the
ability to switch to generator
power within 24 hours of a
major electrical outage.
Hurricane Wilma in 2005
knocked out power to much of
South Florida, causing a gaso-
line shortage on the mainland.
Many stations had gas but
couldn't pump it because they
had. no power. Long lines
formed at Upper Keys stations,
as mainland motorists headed
south to find stations with
power and gasoline.
State lawmakers responded
by passing a law that required
Florida gas stations within a
half mile of an evacuation route
to install wiring and- compo-
nents to go to generator power
in an emergency situation.
The following gas stations
have the ability to remain open
and pump gas in the event of a
hurricane, though they are
under no obligation to remain


Here. are some basic storm
preparation tips for moms of
young children and moms-to-be:
If late in pregnancy, have a
copy of your prenatal record and
birth bags if evacuating.
Have phone numbers and
locations for other obstetricians,
midwives and birth locations if
you cannot reach your regular
provider.
Have medical record of
child and appropriate referral to
ouf-of-area providers for contin-
ued care if needed.
Make sure you have a sepa-
rate supply bag or box just for the
infant or child.
Initiate or continue breast-
feeding your infant to provide
safe, clean and available food.
Have three full days and
nights worth of pre-washed bot-
tles and formula in your evacua-
tion pack (only if bottle-feeding).
Additional sterile water
should be on hand to mix the for-
mula


open for business. Call before
going.
Big Pine. True Value, mile
marker 30.7, 872-2337.
Bay View Inn & Marina, 3
N. Conch Ave., Marathon.
Caloosa Cove Marina,
mile marker 73.7. 664-4455.
Capt. Jim's Citgo, 3700
Roosevelt Blvd., Key West.-
Dion's Quik Mart/Mobil,
3228 Flagler Ave., Key West,
294-4574.
Geiger Key
Marina/Texaco, 5 Geiger Road,
Big Coppitt Key, 296-'3553.
Key Colony Beach
Marina, 400 Sadowski
Causeway, Key Colony Beach,
289-1310.
+ Smith Automotive
Marine, 11587 Overseas
Highway, Marathon Shores,
743-3444.
Paradise Petroleum/
Mobil, mike marker 29.9, 872-
0023.
+ Chevron Island, mile
marker 24.8, 289-2014.


Separate additional clean
water to wash the bottles.
Have a washable infant
feeding cup to use if unable to
wash nipples and bottles.'
Have a gallon of water per
person per day for older children
and adults (babies. under 6
months do not need water).
For babies over 6 months,
have clean utensils and unopened
baby food (small jarred foods).
If baby is on family table
foods, make a container or bags
filled with nonperishable
favorites.
Make sure you have any
medications or special supple-
ments.

Mirine Dye runs the Mothers
in Paradise support group in the
Upper Keys and is a member of
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LOCAL COORDINATING BOARD
TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED

VACANCIES

The Monroe County Local Coordinating Board for the Transportation Disadvantaged
Program announces 5 vacancies representing the following categories:

Representative of the Public Education Community
Representative for children at risk
Two Representatives from the private for profit or private not-for-profit
local transportation industry
Representative of the Regional Workforce Development Board

All candidates should be residents of Monroe County and residents in the Middle
(e.g., Marathon) and Upper Keys are strongly encouraged to apply. The
Transportation Disadvantaged (TD) Program provides transportation assistance to
children, the disabled, the elderly and to those who do not have any means of trans-
portation. The Board meets quarterly to advise the Community Transportation
Coordinator on the coordination of transportation services under the TD Program.
The nomination deadline is September 19, 2008. Please contact Violet Murunga at
the Health Council of South Florida, Inc. at (305) 592-1452, extension 117 to
obtain further information. Published Keynoter 09/06/08





12 Saturday. September 6.2008


Kevs News


Woman ID'd, boyfriend sought


www.KeysNet.com


Body found
dumped of U.S. 1
in Islamorada
Keynoter Staff

The body of a woman found
on a Florida Keys bridge
embankment Wednesday has
been identified as a North Miami
Beach resident, and authorities
said Friday they're looking for
her boyfriend as a "person of
interest" in her death.
Tourists found the body of
Jessica Flores, 41, Wednesday
around 2:30 p.m. off U.S. 1 at
mile marker 73 bayside. She had
"numerous wounds" on her body
but detectives with the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office would-
n't say how she died. An autop-
sy performed'Thursday showed
she had been dead less than 24
hours.
Detectives are looking for her
live-in boyfriend of six years,
33-year-old Cesar Tinoco-
Lopez, a Nicaraguan national.
He might be driving a black
1998 Nissan Maxima .with
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Flores' family reported her
missing to North Miami Beach
police around the same time her
body was found, Keys authori-
ties say.
This is the second time since
July a woman's body was found
dumped in the Keys and her sig-
nificant other has been a
Nicaraguan suspected in the


Sheriff says
it's 'bad year'
for the Keys
By CAMMY CLARK
cclark@miamiherald.com

If the death of a North Miami
Beach woman whose body was
found off Islamorada Wednesday
proves to be a homicide, it would
be the fourth in the Keys this
year.
"This has been a bad year for
us for homicides," Monroe
County Sheriff Rick Roth said.
Actually, last year was, too. In
2007, there were four murders in
the Keys, but that's a relative rar-
ity.
Before that, the last time there
was more than one murder in the
Keys was in 2003; five people
were killed that year.
This year, a fisherman, Jose
Antonio Hernandez, 46, was
stabbed to death while sleeping in
his shack on Big Pine Key in
February.
In 'March, a homeless man,
Michael Stanier, 59, known as
the Gypsy, died from blunt-force


death.
In July, the body of Eliett
Jarquin, 28, was found off the
Seven Mile Bridge in Marathon.
It had been bound and weighted
down with weightlifting plates.
Her husband, Francisco
Jarquin, 30, later surrendered in
his native Nicaragua and report-
edly confessed to the murder.
Jarquin and his brother threw the
body off the bridge, police said.


trauma while sleeping in the
mangroves off the Key Haven
boat ramp near Stock Island.
In April, a woman who was a
known 'prostitute, Beth
Neuemier, 49, was found buried
in a debris pile in the backyard of
a house in Marathon.
All the cases remain unsolved,
although there are strong sus-
pects in each, detectives say.
Another woman's body was
found floating in waters near the
Seven Mile Bridge in July. Eliett
Jarquin's death was ruled'a homi-
cide, but the investigation deter-
mined the 28-year-old was killed
in Miami by her husband.
The woman found Wednes-
day, Jessica Flores, 41, of North
Miami Beach, died of "numerous
wounds" but detectives wouldn't
say how she died.
Detectives are looking for her
live-in boyfriend of six years, 33-
year-old Cesar Tinoco-Lopez, a
Nicaraguan national. They're
-calling him a "person of interest."
He might be driving a black 1998
Nissan Maxima with Florida tag
434-JEH.


Keys briefs


Marathon escapee
caught up the state

An inmate who escaped from
the Marathon jail Aug. 14, 2007,
was apprehended Wednesday in
Lee County.
After Lee County is finished
with Naoul Senat, 23, he will be
returned to Monroe County, to


face charges of escape, violation
of probation and failure to
appear in court.
Senat was arrested by Key
West police in June 2007 on
drug charges, and was subse-
quently charged with violation
of probation. He escaped by
placing two chairs up against an
outer fence at the Marathon jail
and climbed over the fence.


Keynoter


Homicide count

is now up to four


12 Saturday. September 6 2008 Ke s News







Keynoter Keys News Saturday, September 6,2008


Roche gets


30 months


Keys CPA
admitted not
paying taxes
By RYAN MCCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


Longtime Marathon busi-
ness leader Benjamin Roche Jr.
was sentenced to 30 months in
federal prison Wednesday in
U.S. District Court in Miami.
"I'm sorry for what -hap-
pened," Roche told the
Keynoter. "I made a mistake
and I'm going to suffer the con-
sequences. It's something I'm
going to have to live with."
In addition to prison, Judge
Jose E. Martinez ordered
Roche to serve two years of
supervised release and that he
permanently relinquish his cer-
tified public accountant
license.
The 57-year-old Roche
pleaded guilty in June to
charges of not paying employee
Social Security taxes and fail-
ing to file his own income tax
returns. According to his plea
agreement, Roche was ordered
to pay at least $220,000 in back
taxes.
Internal Revenue Service
spokesman Frank Del Castillo
said Roche must report to a yet-
to-be-determined prison by
Oct. 3. Roche asked to serve
his time somewhere in South
Florida.
"That's up to the prison sys-
tem; you usually don't have a
say on that," Del Castillo said.
Roche faced up to six years
in prison and $35,000 in fines,
but was granted leniency by
prosecutors for accepting
responsibility and cooperating
with authorities.
The U.S. Attorney's Office
in Miami says, Roche failed to


.account for and pay federal
employment taxes due for the
fourth quarter of 2003, and that
he didn't file an income tax
return for 2003 "knowing that
he had received gross income
of approximately $357,000."
In his plea agreement,
Roche stipulated that $61,064
of what he owes is from with-
held Federal Insurance
Contribution taxes, also known
as Social Security taxes, while
$157,880 is the result of
Roche's failure to file his per-
sonal income tax return.
Roche handled many promi-
nent Monroe County residents'
taxes and has done the books
and served on the boards of
numerous nonprofit organiza-
tions.
"Most people have copies of
their returns, which is what I
would give them back any-
way...," he said. "I have a plan
for my clients' stuff, so I think
that will be forthcoming."
He also said he has a possi-
ble purchaser for his practice.
"But I can't talk about it
right now," he said.
The status of Roche's
Marathon accounting firm is
still in limbo. A former employ-
ee handling requests by clients
for records via telephone says
Roche no longer employs her.
Calls to Roche's former
office number were not
returned, though the message
indicates the line is still in use
by the business. That number is
743-4703.


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COMMUNITY HOUSING COMMITTEE
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Board chairman
says he OK'd
plan in error
By DAVID BALL
dball@keysreporter.com

The Monroe County School
Board last week approved a
plan that would remove vale-
dictorian and salutatorian dis-
tinctions from high school grad-
uating classes.
Now board members said
they didn't know that when
they voted.
The honors item is part of
the 2008-09 Student
Progression Plan, a state-
required annual report on how
the district will teach, assess
and move students from kinder-
garten through 12th grade.
The progression plan was
one of a group of items to be
approved in bulk at the board's
Aug. 27 meeting in Marathon.
It was unanimously approved
with no discussion.
Board members said later
that public discussion was
needed before a decision.
"What you're talking about
is a huge shift in our cultural
way of doing things," board
member Andy Griffiths said. "I
don't know how something of
this magnitude could be put on
the consent agenda. Some par-
ents would go crazy about this."
According to the plan, the
classification of a valedictorian
and salutatorian the two stu-
dents with highest and second-
highest weighted grade point
average will not be used for
students graduating in 2012.
Instead, group classifications
of summa cum laude, magna
cum laude and cum laude will
be awarded to- all students
whose weighted GPAs are 4.5,
4.25 and 4.0, respectively.
Students who score a 3 or
higher in all four areas of the
Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test (reading, writing,
math and science) will also
receive special recognition at
graduation.
Superintendent Randy
Acevedo said principals at all
three Keys high schools sup-
ported the plan.


"It's something that's being
done in a lot of other counties
and gets the recognition more in
line with what colleges do and
what our middle schools cur-
rently do," he said.
"Right now there are a lot of
problems with determining
valedictorian and salutatorian."
Acevedo said many times
several students have statisti-
cally equal GPAs, making it dif-
ficult for administrators to
determine a single top student.
He added some students even
take online classes to bump up
their GPAs.
Board Chairman Steve
Pribramsky said he did not see
the change when he briefly read
over the progression plan
before the meeting, but dis-
agrees the change would solve
problems.
"If the issue was around
avoiding favoritism, we need to
figure out some arithmetic way
to figure out," he said. "Maybe
include community service and
other values and make the
selection process open. But to
eliminate it because you can't
find way to do it; that isn't the
right way to go."
Board member John Dick
said he also wasn't aware of the
change, although he still
would've supported the plan.
Board members Debra Walker
and Duncan Mathewson
weren't available for comment
by press time.
Acevedo said Instructional
Services Director Mike
Henriquez sent an e-mail to
board members at 12:30 p.m.
the day before the meeting out-
lining the change. The board
members said they didn't see
the e-mail until after the meet-
ing.
"I assume that they read
what we put out there, and that
.they also check their e-mails,"
Acevedo said. "We brought
principals and other folks down
the meeting to answer any ques-
tions about the plan. But they
approved it and the folks left."
Acevedo said the issue can
still be brought up and changed
even though the Student
-.Progression Plan'has already
been sent to'-the state. '


Keynoter







Keys News


Saturday, September 6, 2008 15


Officials hail


justices' ruling


Court strikes
down ballot.
initiatives
By DAVID BALL
dball@keysreporter.com


Wednesday's Florida
Supreme Court decision to
remove controversial tax revi-
sion and school voucher
amendments from the
November ballot was generally
a good thing for Keys schools,
officials said.
"It's great news for public
education," School Board
member Debra. Walker said.
"Because of the rulings, we
don't have dramatic and some-
what thoughtless change -
change for change's sake."
The court rejected
Amendments 5, 7 and 9 in
unanimous decision on grounds
they were improperly placed on
the ballot and mislead voters.
The amendments were.
placed directly on the ballot by
the state Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission, a citi-
zens' panel that meets once
every 20 years.
Amendment 5, known as the
tax-swap amendment, would
have eliminated property taxes
that pay for schools, lowering
average tax bills by 25 percent
and forcing legislators to
replace the money with sales
and other taxes.
Amendment 7 would have
repealed the 100-year-old ban
on direct state funding of reli-
gious institutions, including
religious schools.
Amendment 9 would have
overturned a state Supreme
Court decision that invalidated
state-paid vouchers for students
in failing public schools to
attend private schools.
Schools Superintendent
Randy Acevedo said the board
officially opposed Amend-
ments 7 and 9, although their
passing would've had marginal
impact in the Keys, which has
only a few private and religious
schools.
But the biggest controversy
came over Amendment 5, with
many of the state's teachers
unions and, school ,boards,


along with a coalition of busi-
ness, healthcare, education and'
other interest groups, arguing
the ballot language was mis-
leading because it implied that
schools would be protected
indefinitely from budget cuts.
They contended the amend-
ment actually said the
Legislature must protect school
spending only the year the
amendment would take effect,
in 2010-11.
However, the Monroe
County School Board was one
of the only ones in the state to
take no official position on
Amendment 5, as Acevedo and
several School Board members
said there is still a lingering
problem with Keys residents
paying more than their fair
share of taxes to fund the
state's schools.
"The current system is
grossly unfair to taxpayers in
Monroe County," said School
Board Chairman Steve
Pribramsky, who explained that
high property values in the
Keys mean residents are con-
tributing more per capital to the
state, which doesn't release that
same amount of money back to
Keys schools.
Many feared sales tax rev-
enues wouldn't be enough to
make up for the loss of proper-
ty tax funding, but Pribramsky
said the Keys could take care of
themselves.
"Given the amount we pay,
we could've taken the tax relief
and made up the difference
here [with local option taxes]
arid still been well ahead," he
said.
Although the amendments
have been pulled, members of
the Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission said they
hope citizens groups take up
the lead bring this issue back.
"They're not dead," Walker
said. "There is a segment of the
population that really wants it,
and it consists primarily of peo-
ple who bought their houses in
the last three to four years."


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Monroe County Commis-
sioner Sonny McCoy handed
over the mayor's gavel to Mario
Di Gennaro in May. Now that
he's in the final stretch of his
political career following. his
Aug. 26 primary election loss, he
wants it back so he can go out as
mayor.
In an unusual move during the
commission's regular meeting
May 21, McCoy stepped down as
mayor and appointed Di Gennaro
to the post.
"Mario was spending time
with the governor," McCoy
explained Friday. "Gov. [Charlie]
Crist was coming to the Keys and
Mario was entertaining him and I
thought it would be valuable if he
were being entertained by the
mayor."
Commissioners vote among
themselves each November to
choose a mayor, a job that's
mainly ceremonial, though the
mayor does chair commission
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missioners agree the title carries a
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why McCoy he wants it back,
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In the primary, political new-
comer Carlos Rojas defeated
McCoy, 61 percent to 29 percent.
In the Nov. 4 general election,
Rojas will face Democrat
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ated Sloan Bashinsky.
McCoy was seeking a third
four-year term. Though he was


beaten, his term does not end
until his replacement is sworn in
Nov. 19. That's the day the newly
seated commission will also
choose a new mayor.
Di Gennaro, who was heading
to Miami Friday to meet with
other mayors and Crist in
advance of Hurricane Ike, said he
wasn't even aware McCoy
planned to ask for the gavel back..
"Whatever he wants to do is
up to him," he said.


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By RYAN MCCARTHY
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A U.S. Coast Guard lieu-
tenant commander stationed in
Miami was arrested in the Keys
Monday night on a misde-
meanor battery charge after
reportedly hitting his estranged
wife.
Randy Lee Bradley, 45, was
waiting outside his Cudjoe Key
home just before 9 p.m. when
his wife Maria arrived with her
21-year-old boyfriend, accord-
ing to the Monroe County
Sheriff's Office.
Bradley is a former logistics
officer at Coast Guard Sector
Key West now working as a liai-
son for the U.S. Southern
Command with Coast Guard
District 7. Southcom, as it is
known, is one of nine
Department of Defense com-
mands responsible for providing
contingency planning, opera-
tions and security cooperation
for Central and South America,


the Caribbean, Cuba and the
Bahamas.
When his wife arrived at their
home Monday night Bradley
reportedly "came running out of
the shadows and was screaming
at her and began pounding the
hood of the car." Maria told
Deputy Danielle Malone she and
Bradley are divorcing and he no
longer lives at the home.
Maria claims in the report
Bradley slapped the left side of
her face and later dragged her
around the front of the house by
her hair. The couple's 13-year-
old son and 6-year-old daughter
support her allegations in the
report.
"If he's convicted, then based
on that conviction, there are
some administrative -things we
might do, but right now we're
just working with the Sheriff's
Office and we're monitoring it,"
Coast Guard District 7 Matt
Moorlag said.


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New slogan for
Marathon?

The Greater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce sent
out a request to members this
neek asking for help in
rethinking Marathon as a
tourist destination. "'What do
%xe stand for" We currently
call ourselves 'The Heart of
the Florida'Ke.s' and
%% while we are located in the
middle of the Keys the slogan
doesn't say any thing about
Marathon as a destination and
tourist attraction." wrote
Executive Director Daniel
Samess in an e-mail sent out
Wednesday.
The communication
included a suree. asking
chamber members what the\
think Marathon is best known
for: fishing and diving: eco-
tourism: boating. cruising and
yachting, all of the above or
other And it asks respondents
to come up with a catch
phrase/slogan or mono that
might replace the "Heart of
the Flonda Key s'" slogan.
Marathon is the only part
of the Florida Ke.s that has
seen a drop-off in tourism
thus year And the drop-off is
not slight. The bed tax reports
for Marathon hotels show
less money coming in, and
therefore few er tourists, e en
month since October For
July, bed taxes were dow n
almost $20,000: and for June.
more than $46,000. Overall
for Monroe County. revenues
from bed taxes are up about 3
percent oxer the last year.

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Fight Night
at Mallory
Square in
Key West
not only
brings out
a lot of
locals,
but also
provides
the Keys
with
national
coverage
on ESPN.


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TDC triples fight grant


ESPN provides
national coverage
from Mallory Square
-By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

The Monroe County Tourist
Development Council's district
advisory committees met this
week to decide which events in
the Keys to fund. And the
biggest increase in funding this
year went to the organizers of
Fight Night, held the last four


years at Mallory Square in Key
West.
For the last two years, the
fight has been shown live on
ESPN, and has become one of
the best opportunities to show-
case Key West and the rest of the
Florida Keys on national televi--
sion. This, says Harold Wheeler,
executive director of the Tourist
Development Council, was one
of the reasons that four of the
five TDC district advisory coun-
cils voted to give Fight Night
$75,000 in funding, as compared


to last year's $25,000.-
"It's pretty cool," says
Wheeler. "People sitting there in
shorts in January watching a
boxing match."
Fight Night attracts hundreds,
if not.thousands, of locals, and
was seen onESPN on Jan. 18 by
millions people.
ESPN showed extensive
footage of Mallory Square
before sunset, the rest of Key
West, and scenes from the rest of
the Florida Keys. The footage
was provided by Newman PR,

See FIGHT / 18


More coupons being clipped


They're an easy
way to save a
lot of money
By MARTHA BRANNIGAN
Miami Herald

It's a new day for Dawn
Uffner. The 42-year-old North
Miami Beach wife and mother
started paying attention to gro-
cery coupons a few months ago
after watching a TV program on
the topic. Now she is saving big


bucks.
She recently bought $60 in
merchandise at Walgreens for
$24 with the help of coupons.
She browses blogs 'like www
.moneysavingmom.com for
tips and signed up for the
grocerygame.com, an online
coupon club. She subscribes to
online newsletters for free sam-
ples and coupons. "Everyone
shares ideas," she said. "It's
become more fun, and I've got-
ten better at it."


With a husband and two hun-
gry teenagers, Uffner said her
efforts are paying off. She now
sticks to a grocery budget of
$200 a week for a family of four,
compared with about $325 a
week before she tracked
coupons and paid attention to
prices.
She is enjoying the feeling of
taking charge of her spending.
Recently, she turned up her
nose at a deal in the meat case.
"I put back T-bone steaks at

See COUPONS / 18


The sign says it all it's
mostly vegetarian.

The Cafe
Key West

The Cafi. A Mostly
Vegetarian Place, located at
509 Southard in Key West.
has been serving locals and
visitors alike with a primari-
ly vegetarian menu since
opemng in 2003.
Christian Sigler enjoyed a
casual lunch at The Caf4 on
Thursday afternoon. "I'm not
a vegetarian but it does.
appeal to me. .the food is
good...the\ ha\e a variety of
things...Even carnivores like
me enjoN it"
O\ ner and chef Jamille
Cucci said that the idea of
vegetariann cooking shouldn't
dissuade diners. "'The food
speaks for itself.. %e trn and
promote that it's good food.
not necessarily %egetarian
Cucci. along with busi-
ness partner and chef Keith
St. Peter. is ser' ing up sta-
ples like eggie stir-frN and
polenta cakes along with a
constantly changing assort-
ment of specials.
Highlights of the menu on
Thursday included a "ater-
melon, feta citrus salad with
basil and not-so-vegetarian
mussels cooked in a spic\
saffron wine broth.
The cafe is open for lunch
and dinner Monday through
Saturday from 11 a.m. until
10 p.m. On Sunday. diners
can come in for brunch from
9 a.m. until 3 p.m. complete
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The members of the Tourist
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to approve the funding recom-
mendations on Sept. 23, and the
Monroe County Commission
will follow with a vote to
approve a contract to award
money for the events to event
organizers.


FIGHT / From 17

the firm under contract to do
public relations for the Tourist
Development Council.
"There's only one thing that
could make that thing better
from a tourism standpoint, from
my standpoint," says Newman.
"I wish it was during the day, to
have the constant live visuals."
Fight Night in the Keys is
organized by, Si Stem and David
Johnson, owners of Teasers, a
strip bar on Duval Street, and
Big Uns.
Other events that were award2
ed funding by the TDC's district
advisory councils are the Acura
Key- West boat race (also
$75,000); Fantasy Fest
($108,000); Green Living expo
($22,500);, the Key West
Songwriter's Festival ($45,000):
the Key West World
Championship Race ($75,000);
the Key West Poker Run
($35,000); Pridefest ($20,000);
Womenfest ($20,000); the Big
Pine and Lower Keys Art
Festival ($9,000); the Big Pine
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COUPONS / From 17

Winn-Dixie for $5.99 a pound,
even though they were on sale,"
said Uffner, who works as an
office manager for a labor union.
"They were still a little extrava-
gant. I used to buy that stuff on a
whim."
Uffner has plenty of company
in her new enthusiasm for
coupons.
According to research by the
Nielsen Co., because of the
squeeze of higher fuel prices, 32
percent of consumers surveyed
in June said they were using
more coupons, up from 25 per-
cent in December 2007.
"The rising rapid inflation we
have seen in food and beverage
prices has really driven con-
sumers to look for value, and
coupons are one way to do that,"
said Todd. Hale, senior vice pres-
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price point for gas was really a
tipping point, impacting a lot
more consumers than we've
seen in the past."
Publix Super Markets said it
has noticed -customers using
more coupons recently.
"In fact, customers are
becoming more savvy shoppers
all the way around," said Publix
spokeswoman Kim Jaeger.
"They are also taking advantage
of value savings, such as buy-
one, get-one-free." Private-label
sales have also taken off, she
added.
One reason for the rising pop-
ularity of coupons is they are
easier to find and use. Sunday
newspapers are bulging with
them. The mailman delivers
stacks each week. And most big
chains like Winn-Dixie Stores or
CVS have printable coupons
available on their Web sites.
The number of online sites
with coupons and helpful shop-
ping information has skyrocket-
ed. Uffner favors www.the
grocerygame.com and www
.couponmom.com, which do
much of the legwork in ferreting
out bargains, she said.
Teri Gault, founder and chief
executive officer of thegro-
cerygame.com, said she had
always been a bargain hunter
and started using coupons as a
child, so the venture was a natu-
ral for her. Members pay a $10
monthly fee for the first store
they want to track and $5 for
each additional one. A four-
week trial membership is avail-
able for $1.
Gault's company sends out
weekly shopping lists tailored to.
members' store picks. The lists
give the best priced items at each
market, including coupon and
store specials.


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 Tuesday, September 16, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, adopting the Annual Budget for the City
of Key West, Florida, for the year beginning October 1,2008, and ending September 30,
2009; Making appropriations for this period pursuant to such budget; Providing for sev-
erability; 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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WOODRAT READING: Local
author reads from "Woodrat Jill" in
Key Largo and Tavernier. See story
on page 25.

WOODY IN SPAIN: The latest
Woody Allen movie, set in Spain, is
at the Tropic for the second week.


Essentials in Cinema

Film society founder Michael Shields steps back up with series at the Key West Art Bar


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DUARTE AT THE
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played Key West
through the 70s
and 80s, is back!
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page 22.


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French murder
mystery playing
all week at the .
Tropic.
See review, page 24.


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Keys Arts & Entertainment


ArtBeat ....
Movie Times
Crossword .
Calendar..


.... Getting back to the essentials


.... 21 Key West's
.... 25 king of film
.... 22 starts again


Michael Shields poses
in his yard in Key West
with a few of the movie
posters in his collection.
Shields was the founder
of the Key West Film
Society, and is now
launching a series
Essentials in Cinema with
Barbara Grobe at the
Key West Art Bar.




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By MICHAEL HASKINS
Keynoter contributor


Ten years ago, Michael
Shields gathered together.
friends who shared his
love of cinema, to discuss what
films were not being shown in
Key West and what they could
do to remedy the problem.
The first meeting, at the Key
West library, led to more. The
group grew in size, and eventu-
ally became the Key West Film
Society.
Shields was instrumental in
forming the film society and
moving it from one small venue
to another until funds could be
raised to build the Tropic
Cinema from guttered store-
fronts on Eaton Street.
About two years ago, many
on-the island were surprised
when Shields was ousted from
the society's board of directors.
- "It was an-unfortunate parting
-of the ways," he said. "And it
created a lot of ill feelings in the
community. But, I am looking
forward, not backward."
His latest project seems proof
of that.
Shields, along with gallery
owner and artist Barbara Grobe,
is now showing digitalized classic
films on a large screen on the out-
door patio of the Key West Art
Bar, located in the old Fligler
Station at Caroline and Elizabeth
streets.
"What all this reminds me of,"


Shields said from his home, sur-
rounded by books and posters
dedicated to film, "is the society's
early days at the Woodenhead
Gallery, which was next door to
'the Key West Art Bar."
In March of 1999, about six
months after the first meeting at
the library, the film society
screened "Life is Beautiful," at
the San Carlos on Duval Street. .
"We couldn't stay inside the
San Carlos to discuss what we'd,
seen, so we hung around outside
and talked about the movie,"
Shields said. "After the screen-
ing at the Aft Bar, everyone will
be invited to stay and participate
in a discussion of the film."
The Art Bar can sit 25-40
people on its patio.
"We'll see what emerges,"


Shields said. "See what the audi-
ence wants. I can see this going
-in many directions."
Some people might wonder -
whether Key West really needs
another venue for independent
and foreign films. The Tropic
has gone more mainstream,
showing blockbusters like
"Mama Mia" and "Dark Knight"
this summer, for example. But
it's still an art house theatre, and
the emphasis is still on films you
don't see in major movie houses.
But Shields said he thinks
there are enough people to fill
the patio at the Key West Art
Bar, and that there's room on the
island for another kind of film-
going experience.
"Cinema is theatre, to be
experienced, to be shared with
the audience," Shields said. "We
don't want to replicate what is
already going on in Key
West,...we intend to be interac-
tive, like the early days of the
film society."
Essentials in Cinema is show-
ing a film every Tuesday in
September, at sunset. The $10
fee includes a beverage and pop-
corn.
Shields said he plans to show
films that have affected film his-
tory.
"A good film," he said, "you
can see again and again and
walk away with something new
each time. You get an apprecia-
tion beyond entertainment,
because entertainment is not
always the criteria." C'
Essentials 'in Cinemawill


,/ gLongtime
6 friends Barbara
Grobe, owner
of the new Key
West Art Bar,
and Michael
exShields, the
founder of the
.Key West Film
Society, are
teaming up on
Essentials of
thFilm a series of
great films to
be shown at
the Art Bar on
Tuesday nights.

Photo by
MICHAEL HASKINS
explore filmhistory, Shields
said, and try to broaden the
appreciation the public has of
film. Foreign films often have
different approaches to story and
studying the approaches may
bring a better understanding of
the film to the audience.
"As an example, we will
revisit Alfred Hitchcock," he
said. "What makes his films so
powerful?.He never won an
Oscar, but look at his movies."
"Sins of the Fleshapoids," by
Mike Kuchar, a 1960s low-to-
no-tech film, Shields said, will
be one of the first to show.
"It was a precursor to 'Blade
Runner,'" he said, "but without
the big budget."
Another film to be shown in
September is "The Life and Art
of Ernest Ludwig Kirchner."
"It's a film about an early '20s
avant-garde artist with English
dubbing and subtitles," Shields
said. "It's a powerful film."
Kirchner was condemned by
the Nazis.
"Anything threatened to be
banned, or was banned, is worth
watching," Shields said.
"Studying the film, and knowing
what we know about what hap-
pened back then, makes the film
educational on the morays of
that time."
"The Holy Mountain," by
Argentinean director Alejandro
Jodorowsky and set in Mexico in
1968, was filmed in the early
'70s and was banned in Mexico.

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Saturday, September 6,2008 21


Remade smokes dispenser comes to Key West


Art-o-mat makes
good from cancer
stick machines
Art-o-mat recycles old-
fashioned cigarette
machines into art dis-
pensers with the motto:
"Kerplunking culture since 1997
- Don't go 'round artless!"
My best friend from college
is the world's worst smoker. Her
house smells worse than the
Stick and Stein sports bar and
any time spent with her is punc-
tuated with stops at convenience
stores for more Winstons.
When she visits, my house is
suddenly littered with cello-
,phane wrappers, makeshift ash-
trays and stray ashes even
when I insist she smoke outside.
She lives in North Carolina,
one of the major cigarette pro-
ducing states. We were college
roommates at East Carolina
College, nestled in eastern
North Carolina tobacco fields.
When we returned to school
each September, the air smelled
like fresh cigarettes because the
tobacco auctions were in
process and huge piles and
truckloads of the giant leaves
were everywhere.
North Carolina honors a
proud tobacco history from its
beginnings. When I worked as
an arts administrator in Durham,
the tobadco companies were big
donors to arts projects. And of
course, Duke University in
Durham evolved from the
tobacco plantation, culture. One
of the first things I did in my
job was tour the tobacco facto-
ries in downtown Durham.
So I'm sending my dear
friend, who has many, many
good qualities to offset an offen-
sive habit, an Art-o-mat artwork
for her birthday.
Last week at The Studios of
Key West, I saw the first Key
West Art-o-mat machine a
gleaming red and chrome retro
gem. I dropped my $5 token
into the coin slot where my col-
lege roommate used to feed
quarters for her ciggies.
Instead of commercial car-
cinogens, I got a bottle-cap pin
with a picture of Audrey
Hepburn with genuine rhine-
stones from Weener Ware, an
Art-o-mat artist.
Art-o-mat was founded by
Clark Whittington, a photogra-


dispensed
$1 photos
in the first
one. Now
s .there are
So. 82 around
the globe,
including
one just
inside the
doors of

Judi Bradford Studios of
Key West.
Other locations include the
Andy Warhol Museum, Whole
Foods stores, the Museum of
Modern Art gift shop and oth-
ers.
"Pick up an Art-o-mat token
today," tempts TSKW, "for a
little more than the price of a
gallon of gas, and go home
with new and interesting dis-
pensable art."
Whittington is scheduled to
visit Key West in mid-October
to show local artists how to
make and sell handcrafted
items through the Art-o-mat
network, also known as Artists
in Cellophane (AIC).
Guidelines are also posted on
the Art-o-mat Web site:
www.artomat.org.
My friend's birthday gift is
by Jeanmarie Petro and
Barbara Tinger. More options
are available at www.weener
ware.com in 11 categories,
including, but not limited to,
Mexicana, food, seasonal, peo-'
pie, kids...
The piece I "selected" is in
a Leinie's "Summer Shandy"
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Studios of Key West. Art-o-mat inventor
Clark Whittington will be paying a visit
next month to meet with local artists. My
Art-O-Mat purchase: A rhinestoned
Audrey Hepburn bottle cap pin.


new, unmarred by a bottle
opener. It has lots of glitter and
a thick, clear acrylic surface
and comes in a box rubber-
stamped with an elephant wear-
ing boots and a saddle blanket
reading "Cheap for Cash."
I am very satisfied and I
think my friend, who appreci-
ates retro, will be too.
"Become a collector,"
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REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* Babylon A.D. (PG-13): 4:25, 7.25 and 10:05 p.m.
* Disaster Movie (PG-13): 4:30, 7:20 and 10:00 p.m.
* Death Race (R): 4:15, 7:15 and 10:15 p.m.
* The House Bunny (PG-13): 4:10, 7:30 and 10:20 p.m.
* The Rocker (PG-13): 4:00 p.m.
* Mirrors (R): 7:00 and 10:10 p.m.
* Tropic Thunder (R): 4:20, 7:10 and 9:50 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* Hamlet 2 (R): 2:00,4:00, 6:00 and 8:00 p.m.
* Vicky Cristina Barcelona (R): 2:30, 4:30, 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.:
No 6:30 or 8:30 shows Saturday.
* Tell No One (NR): 2:45, 5:15 and 7:45 p.m.; No 7:45 show
Monday.

MARATHON COMMUNITY CINEMA
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
* Pineapple Express (R): 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
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Saturday September 6
Science Saturday from 9-11
a.m. at Crane Point Museum at
mile marker 50 in Marathon.
This educational program, for
kids ages 6-11, starts today and
runs every Saturday through
March 28. Topics will include
astronomy, history of the Keys,
butterfly migration, global
changes. Classes will meet in the
main museum. Cost is $10 for
members and $15 for non-mem-
bers. Space is limited. For more
information br to make a reser-
vation contact Elizabeth Moore
at 743-3900 or seascience@bell.
south.net. A full schedule of top-
ics is available at www.crane
point.net.
'Finding Your Style' from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Key
West Art Bar. This class, taught
by Caren Ragan, is focused on
introducing artists of all levels to
the many concepts that go into


producing a great painting or
drawing. Classes are on a "drop
in" basis, $30 per session or
$100 for four sessions. For more
information call Caren Ragan at
304-9851. The Key West Art Bar
is at 901 Caroline St., in Key
West.
Auditions for the Nutcracker
Key West starting at 10:30 a.m.
at the Waterfront Playhouse. Ages
4-5 should be there by 10:30
a.m.; ages 6-14 at 1 p.m.; ages
15+ at 3:30 p.m. Girls and boys
should wear ballet slippers; socks
or jazz shoes together with leo-
tards and tights for girls and
shorts for the boys..Adults should
wear street dress with ballet slip-
pers, socks or jazz shoes. No
sneakers or flip flops. For more
information, please call Joyce
Stahl at 294-3804.
Free Children's Matinee at
12:30 p.m. at the Tropic Cinema
in Key West. "Bamboo Bears:


Forest Adventure: Last Episode"
for children age 2-5; "Strawberry
Shortcake: Rockaberry Roll" for
kids 8-12; and Jane Goodall's
"When Animals Talk" for ages
8-18. Doors open at 12 noon.
The Tropic Cinema is at 416
Eaton Street in Key West.
"The Key West Picture
Show" at 12:45 p.m. at the
Tropic Cinema on Eaton Street.
The 1977 travelogue/parody
chronicles what life was like in
Key West three decades ago.
Every Saturday. Tickets $5.
Marthia Sides at Cowboy
Bill's at 6 and 10 p.m. Based in
Nashville, this rising country star
has been on a whirlwind tour in
support of her sophomore Vega
Victory release "I Got Faith."
Cowboy Bill's is at 1107 Key
Plaza in Key West, just off
Duval.
"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
4334183 or at www.keywest
film.org.
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p.m. upstairs at Cowboy Bill's in
Key West. Featuring P.I.N.K
drinks (Cosmos, Martinis, etc.)
and at midnight, a PINK Panty
Sexy Bull Riding Contest with
$250 in cash and prizes. $1 dol-
lar from every PINK drink sold
will be donated to breast cancer.
Cowboy Bill's is at 1107 Key
Plaza in Key West. Call 295-
8219 for more information.
Sunday, September 7
Films in the Garden pres-
ents "Bye Bye Birdie" at 7 p.m.
at the Key West Oldest House
Museum at 322 Duval St. The


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second in the 'All-time Hit
Musicals' series. Hosted by the
Old Island Restoration
Foundation. 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.
Monday, September 8
'Feeling Comfortable with
Drawing' from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Key West Art Bar.
Caren Ragan will teach this class
focusing on still life, and moving
on .to long pose. Students will be
able to complete a drawing that
will show elements of successful
painting. Classes are $20. For
more information, call Ragan at
304-9851. The Key West Art Bar
is at 901 Caroline St. in Key.West.
Marathon Community
Theatre Chorale rehearsal at
6:30 p.m. at the theatre, at 5101
Overseas Highway, next to
Boater's World in Marathon.
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Rummer) at 7'31- -9579 or call
the theatre at 743-0408
Monday night classic "The
Rules or the Game" at S p m. at
the Tropic Cinema on Eaton
Street in Ke\ West A satire of
pre-W\V 11 French aristocrac\ -
considered one of the best films
eer made. Tickets $3 Host
1rIan Sparaci-, from LPT1V \ nilI
gi\e a brief introduction and
.ead an informal discussion after
the sho%%.
Hugo Duarte & The Full
Sail Band at 10 p m at the
Hog's Breath Saloon. Ne'%
songs, along %ith man ofa
Duarte's old fa ionte eclectic
runes filled \ ith the sounds of
rock. country, and a blend ot
Ke-\-West-Caribbean reggae sto-
rxiellirig. Duarte's ne" CD.
"Don't Be Fooled b\ the Hat."
%%ill be aatidable. The Hog's".
Breath is at 4011 Front St in Ke
\\est Call 296-4222 for more
informanon.

Tuesday, September 9
Morning Bird Walk at 9
a nm at Crane Point Museum and
Nature Center m Marathon. Led
by Neil Schenfield. Every
Tuesday. Cost is between $4 and
$8; free for members. For more
information, call 743-3900.
Pre-School Story Time at
10:30 a.m. at the Key West
library. For kids ages 3-5. Every
Tuesday and Friday, same time.
For more information call 292-
3595 or visit www.keys
libraries.com.
Aqua Idol from 6:30-8 p.m.
at Aqua Nightclub on Duval
Street in Key West. Week six!
This American Idol-type contest
started Tuesday, July 29 and
goes for eight consecutive
Tuesday. This week's celebrity
judges are Liz Young, Tony
Konrath arid Michael McCabe.
Singers are Paul Cross, Mary
Deasy, Vanessa DiGennaro, Maj
Johnson and Scott Zimmerman
with Bruce Moore as special
guest star. Proceeds from voters
(you pay $1 to vote for best
singer) go to benefit the Florida
Keys Council of the Arts.
Singers are competing for more
than $1800 in cash and prizes.
The Writer's Den from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. at Shanna Key at
1900 Flagler Ave. in Key West.
This is an informal group, there
are no dues, and all genres of
writing are welcome. For more
information, call Lea at ellamc
quaid@comcast.net.


Wednesday, September 10
Life drawing session fiom h-
8 p m at the Studios of Ke1
\\est at 600 \WVhte St. This is an
informal senine session % ith no
instruction. Bring \our ow n
materials. A model \% ill be pro-
MIded Cost is $8. or $5 for
Friends of The Studios of KM\
West. For more infornnation, call
296-0458 or www.tskw.org.

Thursday, September 11
"Books and Coffee" discus-
sion of local authors at I p m. at
Kirk of the Ke Is. S877 Oerseas
H%\ in NMarathon Hosted b\
Friends of the Marathon Librarn
E\ert ThursdaN Refreshmenits
pro% ided For more information.
call 289-3137.

Friday, September 12
Stories and Crafts for Pre-
schoolers from 10 30-11:30 a in
at the Islanorada library\ at nule
marker S1 5 bas side For more
information, call 664--4>645 or
\ isit % % % .ke sibranes.comn
Salsa Lessons at Paradise
Health and Fitness at 1 706
Roosevelt Blvd. in Key \\est.
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.
Rick's Midnight Movies at
10 p.m. at the Tropic Cinema on
Eaton Street in Key West. Have
you ever seen a movie that was
so bad, you enjoyed it? Join
Rick the second Friday of each
month for his live taping of
"Rick's Midnight Movies." All
tickets $5. Show will be aired on
Proud TV, WGAY-TV, Key West.

Saturday, September 13
Science Saturday from 9-11
a.m. at Crane Point Museum at
mile marker 50 in Marathon.
This educational program, for
kids ages 6-11, started Sept. 6
and runs every Saturday through
March 28. Topics will include
astronomy, history of the Keys,
butterfly migration, global
changes. Classes will meet in the
main museum. Cost is $10 for
members and $15 for non-mem-
bers. Space is limited. For more
information or to make a reser-
vation contact Elizabeth Moore
at 743-3900 or seasciehce@bell-
south.net. A full schedule of top-
ics is available at www.crane
point.net.
Marathon Community
Theater auditions from 9 a.m.


to 4 p n- Audition packets ..ie
a% ailable from Loretta Geotis at
the theater office or on the web
at %'\% %' maiathoniheater com
The Marathon Conmmunir
Theater is at 5101 O erseas
H\% in Marathon Please call
743-0408 for more information
on auditions or becoming a
member, or call the bo\ office at
743-0994 for tickets.
Family* Hour at I p.m at the
Ke\ \\est libran Free mo% ies.
arts and crafts. and special pro-
granms for families %\ ith children
'of all ages E\er\ Satirda\. The
Ke\ \\est Librar-\ is at 7001)
Flenung St. in Ke\ West. For
more information call 292-3595.

Monday, September 15
Monday night classic
*"Boomerang" at S p m at the
Tropic Cinema on Eaton Street
in Ke' \\est. Directed b\ Elia
Kazan. this is the tale of a small
Connecticut to% n caught up in
the killing of a pnest. and the
rush to blame John Waldron an
out-of-to" ner Tickets $3. Host
Marn Sparacio from LPTV %" ll
gi'e a brtet introduction and
lead an informal discussion after
the show.


Hugo Duarte plays the Hog's Breath from Sept. 8-14, starting
at 10 p.m.


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'Tell No One' has French twist on action


Playing at Tropic
Cinema daily at
5:15 and 7:45 p.m.
If you're a fan of murder
mysteries, chase films, or
enjoy the spectacle of
French trying to make like
Americans, you might want to
see this film.
"TFell No One" ("Ne Le Dis
a Personne"), released in 2006,
starts with a late night dinner
party in an open yard in front
of a painted cottage. Candles
are lit, people are laughing, a
baby is being passed around,
and the Righteous Brothers are
playing. You can just tell that
the bliss is about to end.
"Tell No One" quickly
crashes to earth, as the wife of
a young pediatrician is mur-
dered just after stepping naked
onto the dock after swimming
across a dark pond. Her hus-
band, hearing her cries and
swimming across after her, is
whacked and falls.back into the
water. Yes, the scene had been
superbly set. It was the pedia-


trician who'd been holding the
baby at the dinner table,
cradling her in his arms while
his-pretty wife smiled from
across the table. But maybe the
filmmakers were delivering
another message here. That the
pediatrician only seems- like a
sweet guy. Merde. Those
French are always making us
think about secondary, tertiary
meanings...
For eight years Dr.
Alexandre Beck (played by
Francois Cluzet) grieves for his
wife Margot (Marie-Josee
Croze). Then, two bodies are
found near the scene of the
crime and police re-open the
case, letting Alex know that he
is under suspicion. Things
begin to get complicated after
this, and it requires focus to
follow the action, and to under-
stand how people and events
are related.
Alex starts getting e-mails
with "m+a////" in the subject
line and "Click on the link.
Anniversary" in the body of
the message. Are the messages


from Margot? Is she not really
dead? It was her father who
ID'd the body. Was the body
really someone else's?
The French, it seems, are
now borrowing numerous ele-
ments from American movies,
including the pairing of white,
upper-educated main characters
who are out of touch with their
male instincts with street smart
dark-skinned men who seem to
be on hand and generous with
their time and fists.just when
their help is. needed most.
In "Tell No one" Alex is
rescued at a critical point by a
roughian whose son he'd treat-
ed at his clinic. And as with
American movies of the same
sort, the roughian seems will-
ing to devote his days to help-
ing Alex by dispatching those
who would like to see him
dead.
Is Margot still alive? Why
did anyone want her dead to
begin with? Who made her
scream that night just after
she'd stepped out of the dark
pond? All becomes clear in the
end to those with a little
patience.


Please join us for

A Taste of the Arts

September Soiree*
A Fundraiser for the Florida Keys Council of the Arts


Thursday, September 11 lth, 2008
between 6:30 8:30 p.m.
Marathon Community Theatre Caf6.
5101 Overseas Highway

A potpourri of song, dance, poetry
and culinary delights & libations.

Our special guests: Vanessa DiGennaro,
Michael McCabe, Mark Giffen,
Marilyn Tempest, Lyn Cox,
Heidi Ferrell, Wayne Dapser
and a'few surprise guests!


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* Soiree soi-ree Function: noun
French soiree evening party, from
Middle French; 1. a party. or reception
held in the evening, a social evening, 2.
attended by fun and creative types with
checkbooks in-hand 3. function whose
purpose is to promote awareness of the
Arts in our community. 4. fundraiser
for the Arts Council.

Please RSVP 305-295-4369
or email: director@keysarts.com


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Francois
Cluzet was
winner of a
2007 C6sar
Award for
Best Actor
for his
portrayal of
pediatrician
Alexandre
Beck in 'Tell
No One.'


In brief


Just 4 Kids looking
for volunteer artists

Just 4 Kids Community Art
Center is looking for artists of all
mediums who would like to
donate their time volunteering to
teach a single class or series of
classes. Located in Bahama
Village at the comer of Fort and
Petronia streets, the art center
provides free art classes for chil-


dren ages 6 and up, and focuses
on building self esteem and self
expression in our kids. Several
after-school groups and individ-
ual students attend the art center
from 2:30-5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 12-2 p.m. on
Saturday. For more information
call Roxanne Posada at 360-
1689 or Andrea Comstock at
295-4369, or send an E-mail to
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FILMS / From 20

"The movie was re-show-
cased in 2007 at the San
Francisco Film Festival,"
Shields said. "It too says some-
thing important about that time
in Mexico."
Barbara Grobe and Shields
have been friends for years, and
when she opened her gallery
and told him of her plans for art
classes and seminars, he sug-
gested movies.
"Barbara has a good eye for
what's new," Shields said. "She
has an eclectic mix in the gallery
and films fit it perfectly."
Shields, founder of Java
Studios, a media and communi-'
ty development company, is on
the board of Reef Relief, the
Monroe County Library, and
Leadership Monroe.
"Part of what Java does is
work with these organizations
to help expand their media .
development," he said. "I try to
get social issues and the arts on

In brief


Local author Nicky
Laak in Upper Keys

Kids in the Upper Keys will
learn the true story about Key
Largo woodrats at two read-a-
thons held today in the Upper
Keys. The five-hour read-a-
thons will be held at the Key
Largo library and at Cover to
Cover Books in Tavemier.
Volunteers will read from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. to celebrate
International Literacy Day.


IONS OF THE
FLESHAPOIDS
The 1965 film "Sins of the
Fleshapoids" will be one of
the first films shown at the Key
West Art Bar.
some common ground, to work
together for better understand-
ing."
The first Essentials of Film
showing was Tuesday, Sept. 2
at the Key West Art Bar. For
more information, on the times
of showings and the films to be
featured, go to www.keywest
artbar.com, or call 296-0424.


Local author Nicky Laak will
read from "Woodrat Jill," a
fast-paced survival story set in
Crocodile Lake National
Wildlife Refuge in North Key
Largo.
"Woodrat Jill" follows a Key
Largo woodrat called Jill as she
learns to live in the wild after
being bred in captivity. The
readings (at 12 noon at the Key
Largo library and at 2 p.m. at
Cover to Cover Books) will be
followed by book signing.


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Bogue to become
an Eagle Scout

Jonathan
Bogue
from Boy
Scout
'Troop 914
p.m. Sept. in Isla-
Co unity Chumorada
will be
To a Scouiecognized
BOGUserve a a leader in his an
Eagle
and court at a ceremony at 7com-
p.m. Sept. 12 at Island
Community Church. mile
marker 83 .3.
To earn Scouring's high-
est honor. Bogue had to earn
21 specific merit badges.
serve as a leader in his troop


project was to restore Sea
Oats Beach at mrie marker
75 %, ith thousands ot sea
oats and other plants that
will help present storm ero-
sion and pro\ ide a better
habitat for nesting sea tur-
des.

Keys Arts Council
soiree is Thursday

The Florida Keys Council
of the Arts has its kickoff
party for the upcoming sea-
son Thursday in Marathon.
It's the first in a series of
evenings focusing on all
aspects of arts and culture in
the Keys. Vice Chairman
Dean Walters calls them
soirees but outreach. advoca-
cy and fundraisnmg efforts
will be the focus.
Thursday's e'ent is from
6-30 to 8:30 p.m at the
Marathon Community
Theatre. It's hosted by
Loretta Geonis. a council
Advisory Board member and
general manager of the the-
ater. It'll feature local enter-
tainers Vanessa Di Gennaro.
NMarily n Tempest. Lyn Cox.
Heidi Ferrell. Wayne Dapser.
Mark Giffen. Sheri Lohr,
Michael McCabe and a few
others. There \\ ill be food
and wine from Leigh Ann's
Coffee house.


S:... The Coral Campers make the streets of Key
West a little more clean while learning about
the harmful effects of litter.

-A .. Miami Herald photos by CAMMY CLARK


'We're saving 100 million gallons'

Coral Camp is all about.environmental education


By CAMMY CLARK
cclark@MiamiHerald.com


Three kids emerge from the
bushes carrying beer bottles.
Several other children flaunt
hands that smell of stale ciga-
rettes.
Summer camp leader Jeff
Pearson does not scold.
"Twenty-five thousand points
for the Bud can; it can last in the
ocean 250 years," Pearson told 7-
year-old Aliyah Boyle as her
white-gloved hands dropped the
trash into a big green garbage
bag.
This was Reef Relief's Coral
Camp, where elementary-aged
kids learn hands-on about the
world's third largest coral reef, its
marine life and their combined
health problems caused by water
pollution.
During Day 4 of the five-day
camp sessions, the kids picked up
the never-ending trash on the
streets of Key West. At first, it
makes little sense why a discard-
ed Styrofoam box in the bushes
could have an .impact on the
underwater world of the coral
reef.
"We show the kids how the
street litter goes into the drain and


comes out a pipe and into the
ocean just 100 yards away," said
Pearson, Reef Relief's education-
al director. "They put two and
two together. It's a huge connec-
tion for them."
As the kids pick up plastic
bags and properly throw them
away, Pearson explains that this
act could save beloved sea crea-
tures.
"To a sea turtle, a delicacy is
jelly fish," he told them. "The
plastic bag looks like a jelly fish
in the water. The sea turtles could
latch onto it, swallow it and then
suffocate."
The kids start looking for
more plastic bags.
Among the most enthusiastic
searcher for potential sea pollu-
tion is Gwen Rohe, 8, of Big Pine
Key. She raises her tiny hand to
reveal about 15 cigarette butts she
collected in one spot near Jimmy
Buffett's music studio in the his-
toric seaport district.
"We are cleaning up to help
the fish and coral reefs survive,"
Gwen said, her braces gleaming
in the sun. "We're saving 100
million gallons of water.
Well, not quite that much. But
Pearson said just one cigarette
butt that enters the ocean contam-


inmates one gallon of water forev-
er.
Pearson is pleased Gwen now
understands that concept, even if
her numbers are a little off.
"Our biggest goal is for the
kids to become responsible-stew-
ards of the reef system here,"
Pearson said.
Reef Relief is a nonprofit
organization that started in Key
West 21 years ago and has
evolved into a global effort to
conserve, protect and restore the
living coral reef ecosystem.
"When our new environmen-
tal center opened this year, we
had kids come through with
school groups," Reef Relief
Director Millard McCarthy said.
"It sparked an obvious idea of
how to use the center to educate
more kids during the summer."
This was the first summer of
Coral Camp, which cost $125 for
a week and included field trips on
the Discovery glass-bottom boat
to see the coral reef and to the
Key West Aquarium to pet a
shark and watch stingrays being
fed.
The kids also went to the
Turtle Kraals Museum to see 1-
year-old injured sea turtle
Squirttle being rehabbed and to


Fort Zachary Taylor Historic
State Park to see how reefs begin
on land with hardwood forests
and mangroves.
It's often difficult to kep-the
attention of elementary school
children, especially while collect-
ing trash on a hot day.
Pearson helped make a game
out of the learning session by giv-
ing out points for items dropped
in the garbage bags.
"How much for a diaper?"
asked Benjamin Walker, 12, of
Key West.
"Oh, that's 20,000 points
because a diaper lasts forever in
the water," Pearson said.
"How about a lighter?" asked
Caitlyn Wilkerson, 9, of Houston.
"Lighters are big points
because they have toxic chemi-
cals."
And so it went for two city
blocks in Key West, where the
kids found empty cigarette pack-
ages next to a mother hen and her
chicks. By the time the group
arrived at a small beach, they'd
filled four garbage bags with
trash.
"Unfortunately, we can pick
up that much garbage ev'eryfweek
in the same places," Pearson said.







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'Daring, Not Risky'
is topic on Sunday
"Daring, Not Risky" is the
topic of Rev. Randy Becker's'
Sunday seminar before the
Ur-oarian Universalist
Fellowship of .Key West. The
congregation meets at 11 a.m. at
801 Georgia St.

Entertainers are
sought for seniors

The Monroe County
Nutrition Office seeks volunteer
and paid entertainers and artists


to visit senior citizens at the
office's branches in Key West,
Big 'Pine Key, Marathon and
Plantation Key from 11:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. weekdays.
The program is -designed to
enliven the days of the seniors.
For more information call 292-
4522.

PowerPoint program
focuses on turtles

Monroe County's Save-A-
Turtle Inc., a nonprofit organiza-
tion aimed at educating people
about sea turtles, next meets
Monday at the Turtle Hospital in


Marathon.
Guest speaker is Elaine
Sweet-Mason, a past president
of the group. She works at Bahia
Honda State Park and will pres-
ent the park's PowerPoint pro-
gram on sea turtles. Save-A-
Turtle's board meets at 6:30 p.m.
Sweet-Mason's presentation is at
7:30.

Mental health
group to meet

The National Alliance on
Mental Illness' Keys chapter has
a support group meeting at 7
p.m. Wednesday at St. Columba
Episcopal Church, 451 52nd St.,
Marathon. It's for families with
mentally ill loved ones.
For more information, call
HelpLine at 296-4357.

San Pablo men
have garage sale
The Catholic Men's Club of
San Pablo Catholic Church in
Marathon has its annual garage
sale from 7 a.m. until noon Sept.
13 at 550 122nd St. in Marathon.


For more information, contact
Bill Kelly at 743-6098.

Free HIV tests
Tuesday in Marathon

Free confidential and
anonymous HIV testing is


planned for noon to 5 p.m.
Tuesday at Fishermen's
Hospital in Marathon. Results
are available in 20 minutes and
there are no needles used, just
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group for shore-bound anglers, come out to give Habitat for
Humanity of the Upper Keys a hand. They are (rear from left)
Dave Grove, Habitat Executive Director Chadwick Duncan,
Anaeli (Elly) Ziegenhirt, Chris Adams, Riccardo Rocci and
James McGilvray; and (front) Juan Garcia and future Habitat
homeowners Jose and Maria Placencia. Habitat is building
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Soccer program
has sale today

The Marathon Youth
Club's Amencan Youth
Soccer Program has a soc-
cer "swap" and .yard sale set
for 8 a.m. to noon ioda. at
the Marathon Community
Park.
Parents can bring their
old cleats and s%%ap them
for bigger pairs if available.
Ne%% and barely\ used soccer
shirts, shorts and balls %\ill
be available for purchase.
All money raised goes back
into the program for schol-
arships and future equip-
ment purchases.
Adult volunteerss are
needed to help with the soc-
cer program this fall. No
soccer experience is
required. For more informa-
tion call 731-3086 or send
an e-mail to
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Flotilla course
getting closer

U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 13-03 of
Big Pine Key has released
its schedule of boating skills
and seamanship courses-for
the fall and \\ inter.
Both three-week classes
are from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at
the Habitat for Humanity
building at mile marker
30.5.
The first runs Oct. 27
and 29. and Nov. 3. 5. 10
and 12.
The second is scheduled
for Dec. 1. 3. 8. 11. 15 and
17.
Cost is $55 person,
including materials. A sec-
ond famrrulI member or a
friend can sign up for S25.
It might seem like a con-
siderable time investment.
but the course co\ ers ai lot
of valuable material aids
to na3 nation, how% to chart a
course, required equipment.
rules for safe boating and so
much more.
To register for a course.
contact flotilla Cmdr. Don
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Hurricane swimmer David Zekthi gets his 400 freestyle relay team started toward an event.
win at the season opening meet over Marathon High School on Wednesday at Key Largo's
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Canes victorious


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Wins in three freestyle
relays boosted Coral Shores
High School's girls to a nar-
row win over Carrollton in
the Hurricanes' season open-


Swimming Dolphins struggle
faced with new surroundings


I Tj I I rIe
er Wednesday.
"Our team was very cohe-
sive and that was a big fac-


tor," Hurricane coach Mark
Hill said. "It was good that
we stood up to a challenge
See CANES / 30


Finally, a victory


Conchs finally
win a home
v'ball match
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


Conchs had won a home match
in two years.


evening, following an inspired "We wanted this and it's
10-25, 25-16, 15-12 victory over about time we got it," sopho-
St. Brendan in the second match more Jess Bodmer said.
of a District 16-4A doublehead- "We're more than a team -
er, -the Key West High School we're sisters who have created a
volleyball players celebrated on bond, and nobody can break it,"
the floor of the Bobby senior Stephanie Garmany said.
Menendez Gym with unabashed For a time, though, despite an
"It -v.ia_ the- fir f ime -th6- - -SeeCONCHSY 32


Lady '


Dolphins


solid

V'ball team
bests Westwood
in four games
BY RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon High School
girls volleyball team started this
season by doing what they did
only three times a year ago -
win.
The Dolphins defeated
Westwood Christian in four
games Thursday in Marathon to
open their regular season.
Marathon won the first game
easily 25-12, dropped the sec-
ond 22-25 and won two close
contests, 25-20 and 25-23, to
close out the Warriors.
Assistant coach Kelly Eigner
said the girls were thrilled to
start a- new season on the right
foot and came out ready to play
in the first game.
"We were pretty much on a
roll that game. Our serving was
there and our passing was
there," Eigner said. "We had a
very nice crowd and they were
excited for their first home
game."
The second game didn't go as
planned for the Dolphins, who
changed their lineup to ensure
playing time for all the girls.
"The next game we tried to
mix things up and make sure
everyone played, so people were
in spots they weren't used to,"
. she said. The Warriors respond-
ed with a 25-22 win.
The Dolphins went back to
their original starting lineup for
the third game, but the Warriors
continued to play with momen-
tum. Marathon served well led
by Ashley Hooper's 16 aces, but
Westwood played strong
defense in the last three games.
"Somehow they managed to
get balls over the net and that
kind of surprised us," Eigner
said.
Marathon lost both regular
season matchups with the


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CANES/ From 29

but frankly, I wanted to win by
more."
The Lady Canes held off
Carrollton's Cyclones, 52-45,
in a meet that came down to
the 400-yard freestyle relay,
the last of 12 events.
Senior captain Kelsey
Anderson, Taelor Cuppett,
Dannon Magrane and Sarah
Blackwell pulled away to a
win, .giving the Canes the
edge.
Anderson also swam with
the winning 200 freestyle
relay team with Raisa
Santiestaban, Allison Rhyne
and Katie Fry.
"Our free relay teams
should be strong all year," Hill
said.
In the solo 200 freestyle,
Coral Shores scored points
with Anderson taking first
and Magrane second, edging
competitors from Carrollton
and Marathon High School.
The Lady Canes also
picked up event wins from
Blackwell in the 100 butterfly,
Santiestaban in the 100 free
and Cuppett in the 100 back.
"They're all freshmen,"
Hill said, "which is a very
good sign for the future."
Scored as two dual meets,
Coral Shores topped a young
Marathon squad on the girls
side, 74-18, in the meet at the
Jacobs Aquatic Center at the
Key Largo Community Park.
Coral Shores' boys, won


over the Dolphin bo s. 71-13.
Carrollton doesn't have a boys
swim team.
Blake McCarthy had the
only event win for Marathon,
in the 50 freestyle.
"It was a rough first meet,"
said Marathon coach Sarah
Maschal. Dolphin s\' mmers
found adjusting from their
practice facility at Sombrero
Resort to a competition-
designed pool was "a little
hard."
"They now have set some
great personal goals," she said
of her Dolphin team, members.
"We are getting excited to
swim [against] Key West."
Coral Shores was sched-
uled to host Key West High
School, Doral Academy, Belen
Jesuit Prep and Lourdes at
Founders Park today but
Hurricane Ike cancelled that.
Meanwhile, he looks for-
ward to facing more sizable
programs. "These teams basi-
cally are the same size as we
are," Hill said. "It will be a
good test."
Hill said he was pleased to
see the Cane boys look strong
in the relay teams against
Marathon.
The boys swept the four
relay races: 200 individual
medley (Daniel Michaels,
Darren Fryman, David Zekthi,
Matthew Herum); 200
freestyle (Luca Podrecca,
Michaels, Ray Vaughn,
Herum); 400 free (Zekthi,
Vaughn, Michaels, Fryman);
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Garcia gets 4 aces


CONCHS / From 29

enthusiastic crowd of more than
70 fans and good-luck balloons
looming over their bench, it
lookB&d things really hadn't
changed for the Conchs, who
were 1-19 last season.
St. Brendan won the first
match, 25-17, 27-29, 15-11, then
easily took the first game of the
second match, 25-10.
"We'll win," Bodmer said as
the teams changed sides for the
second game.
Suddenly, everything began
to click.
Jacque Garcia served four
aces. The 6-foot-1 Victoria
Brisson and 6-4 Danielle
Helaie dominated the net with
their blocks. Garmany offered
perfect sets. And Bodmer was
everywhere, digging, passing
and scoring.
Leading 22-16, the Conchs
ran out the game on a tap point
by Helmke, an ace by Laura


Garcia (who munched on
McDonald's takeout during the
second game of the first match)
and a shot by Jacque Garcia.
With Key West trailing, 11-9,
in the deciding game to 15,
Jacque Garcia served two con-
secutive aces to tie the score,
and the Conchs then took the
lead for good when a Sabre shot
sailed long.
The winning point came
when St. Brendan's Megan
Alfonso went up for a kill shot.
Right in front of her was
Helmke, long and intimidating.
Alfonso hit the ball into thenet
and then swatted angrily at it as
the Conchs bounced away to
celebrate and sing "Happy
Birthday" to their coach, Jessy
Hulme, who turned 27
Thursday.
"We had worked too hard to
get this close and not win,"
Hulme said later, repeating what
she had told her team after the
first game of the second match.


Conchs ready to run


By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


Imbued with optimism,, the
Key West High School boys and
girls cross-country teams await
the new season with a swiftness
they hope will carry them far
beyond the lush green contours
of their home course at the Key
West Golf Club.
Terence. White, in his second
year as the boys coach, and
Debra Bertolini, in her second
year as the girls coach, both
believe the Conchs can make it
to the regionals as a team. That
would be quite a turnaround
since Zach Harden was the only
Key West runner to advance
beyond the district meet last sea-
son.
Now a junior, Harden, who
ran a personal-best 17 minutes,
27 seconds at last fall's 2A
regional meet, will try to break
the school record of 16:49 set in
2004 by Zack Black.


"If Zach can get that record,
he will be among the top runners
in the region," White said.
While Harden is clearly the
No. 1 runner, the second spot
could go to one of three veterans
-- senior Vincent LeNeures,
junior Mike LaBounty or junior
Ricky Hatch, all of whom could
break 20 minutes or it could
be claimed by freshman
Aeschton Tomita.
Tomita, a regular at local road
races, has done a 20-minute 5K
but White said he has a good
chance at breaking Harden's
freshman record of 19:12.
Also challenging for a top
five position are David Kistner,
Gareth-Peck and Jamel McNeill,
a quarter-miler on the track team
who has done a 21-minute 5K.
"Our goal is to have the
whole team qualify for the
regionals," White said. "It's
something we can do."
The girls will be led by senior
Olivia Kent, whose personal-


best time of 21:48 is second on
the Conchs' all-time list behind
Katie Gonzalez's 21:03. "Olivia
is capable of breaking that
record," Bertolini said.
Kent will be joined by a host.
of returners, including juniors
Marlene Thurber and Paige
Graham, and sophomores Jayci
Hall and Erica Jewell.
Newcomers to the team and to
cross-country are senior Alyssa
Sawyer and sophomore Emma
Fehlig, both of whom run on the
track squad.
"If things click, this group
has the potential to be one of the
best Conch girl teams ever," for-
mer coach Rick MacKenzie
said.
The Conchs will run against
Coral Shores in the traditional
preseason time trials at 4 p.m.
Wednesday at the golf club.
They open the regular season at
home at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 20
against Marathon, Seacrest and
Sunlake.


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Eagles ring up second shutout


Izaguirre
scores four
in 8-0 rout
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Island Christian School's
boys soccer team posted its sec-
ond shutout victory ,of the fall


season Tuesday.
The Eagles blanked Colonial
Christian, 8-0, behind four goals
from senior striker Aaron
Izaguirre. Sophomore forward
.Jon Cruciger scored three goals,
and had two assists.
Goalie Phillip Izaguirre
enjoyed a relatively tranquil
game Tuesday, making just two
saves as his defense kept the
Colonial attackers at bay.
Jimmy Rhyne got his first


Eagle goal and an assist. Jon
Eager and Daniel Pratt also had
assists.
The Eagles started the season
with a 4-0 win
over Calusa Prep.

ICS girls
Both the Island Christian
boys soccer team and girls vol-
leyball team had showdown
games against longtime rival
Princeton Christian scheduled


on Monday, but those events
seem almost certain to be can-
celled by the approach of
Hurricane Ike.
The Lady Eagles opened their
regular season Thursday against
one of the best small-school pro-
grams in South Florida.
Redland Christian, a Class A
semifinalist last year, adminis-
tered -a 25-7, 25-13, 25-10 les-
son.
"We got more focused in the


second set and starting playing
better," said ICS coach Sheryl
Yost. "Brittni Dudley did an
excellent job serving."
The Lady Eagles are sched-
uled to visit Greater Miami
Academy on Thursday.

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Swimming sign-ups
are continuing

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


4442 and ask for information
about the team.

Open skate nights
continue Mondays

The Marathon Community
Park's open skate nights are.
scheduled at the park's hockey
rink 6 to 8 p.m. Monday. If you
have hockey equipment, bring it.


CLU.e


For more information, call
Jimmy Schmidt at 743-6598 or
Wendy Bonilla at 942-9961.

Lacrosse league
still playing

A men's summer lacrosse
league has formed in
Islamorada.
Teams. in the Florida Keys
Lacrosse Association's summer
series will play at 6 p.m.
Thursday at Founders Park
through the summer.
Registration is open to adults
and high-school students (play-
ers entering ninth grade accept-
ed).
League organizers recom-
mend participants have prior
lacrosse experience and their
owvl equipment.
Registration is $75. Proceeds
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All players must be current
members of US Lacrosse ($35
students; $50 adults). Go to
www.lacrosse.org to become a
member or renew membership..
For information, contact
Mark Hall, director of the
Florida Keys Lacrosse
Association, at'853-9826

Volleyball group
plays in Key Largo

Members of what's called the
Upper Keys Volleyball Group
are looking for men and women
to play competitive two-man
volleyball at the Key Largo
Community Park from 6 to 8


Key West
golf team
places fourth
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


Sophomore Jack Lockwood
shot a 78 to lead the Key West
High School golf team to a
fourth-place finish Tuesday in
the 10-team preseason
Westminster Christian
Invitational at the Biltmore
Golf and Country Club in
Miami.
Lockwood was followed by
the senior trio of Blake
Oropeza (81), Daniel Margil
(82) and Casey Dion (90) as
the Conchs. shot 331, 31
strokes behind winner
American Heritage and 16
behind district opponent
Gulliver Prep.
"Despite the rain and blus-
tery winds, I think our boys
held it together very well,"
Key West coach Nora
Laubenstein said. "The one
problem I saw is keeping


p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
To find out more, call Manny
or Liz at 879-7074.

Fitness program
ongoing at Founders

A walking-for-fitniess pro-
gram meets regularly at 9 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at
Founders Park in Islamorada.
Participants log their dis-
tances and hear occasional
speakers on fitness and nutrition.
All. ages are welcome. Walkers
should wear sneakers or walking
shoes, and bring a hat and sun-
screen.
For information, call 853-
1685


focused throughout the 18
holes. All of our players- have
so much ability and talent, but
the mental game tends to fall
apart later in the match."
It was an. encouraging
showing for the Conchs, who
outshot Belen, LaSalle and
Westminster Christian, all of
whom are also in Key West's
district.
"Teams from past district
meets have gone to the region-
als with a score. of 330,"
Laubenstein -said. "This was
definitely a good warm-up for
the season. Hopefully, we
showed the other teams in our
district that we mean business
this year."
Key West, which opened
the regular season Friday at
home against Gulliver,
Ransom Everglades and
Marathon, will face the same
teams at 10 this morning at
Sombrero Country Club in
Marathon. The Conchs will
then host Marathon at 3 p.m.
Tuesday at the Key West Golf
Club.


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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 Tuesday, September 16, 2008, in Commission Chambers, Old City
Hall, 510 Greene Street, Key West, Florida.
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, adopting an Ad Valorem Tax General
Municipal Millage Rate for FY2008-2009; 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,
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110
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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
ZUNIGA FLORES
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 yourwrit-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on JULIO CESAR
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 orn 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

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No.7065900

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO.; 08 CP 95 P

IN RE: ESTATE OF
DELIA MOJICA
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of
DELIA MOJICA whose
date of death was
December 20th, 2006,
.and whose social
security number is
XXX XX 2476, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County,
Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 3117 Overseas
Highway, Marathon, FL
33050. The names and
addresses of the
personal representatives
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims orde-
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 ON
THEM.

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

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

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET


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pleadings.

Dated: August 11,2008

CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marislady Lopez

Publish August 1 ,23,30,
September 6,2008
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FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TERTHE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is
August 30,2008.

Personal
Representative
TYRONE JOHN
GUEVARA
209 Jerome Avenue
Islamorada FL 33036

Richard E. Warner, P.A.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Phn: 305-743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134

Publish August 30,
September 6, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.7067700

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

ARNOLD'S TOWING
gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on
9/18/2008, 9:00 AM at
5540 3rd Ave., Key
West FL 33040 pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
Arnold's Towing reserves
the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.

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2008
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No.7089700

NOTICE OF REQUEST
FOR PROPOSALS

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO PROSPEC-
TIVE PROPOSERS that
on October 28,2008 at
3:00 P.M. at the Monroe
County Purchasing Of-
fice, the Board of County
Commissioners of Mon-
roe County, Florida, will
open sealed proposals
for the following:

ART IN PUBLIC
PLACES
McCOY TERMINAL
COMPLEX AT
KEY WEST INTERNA-
TIONAL AIRPORT
KEY WEST, MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
RFP-ART-302-64-2008-
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Requirements for sub-
mission and the selection
criteria may be requested
from DemandStar by On-
via at
www.demandstar.com
OR
http://www.co.monroe
county- fl.gov/pages
.msd/bids.htm or call o 1-
free at 1-800-711-1712.
The Public Record is
available at the Purchas-
ing Office located at the
Gato Building, 1100 Si-
monton Street, Key
West, FL 33040. Ques-
tions should be directed,
in writing, solely to Nance
Frank, Chair, Monroe
County Art in Public
Places Committee, c/o
Florida Keys Council of
the Arts, 1100 Simonton
Street, Key West, FL
33040, by facsimile to
(305) 295-4372 or via
email to galleryon- C'
greene@bellsouth.net.

Artists are invited to at-
tend a pre-proposal
site inspection Sep-
tember 19, 2008 at 2:00
p.m. Attendance is highly
recommended but not
mandatory. RSVP is re-
quired no later than
September 18,2008 by
phoning Andrea Com-
stock, Florida Keys
Council of the Arts, at
(305) 295-4369

Qualified artists are re--
quested to indicate-their
interest by submitting _-
two (2) signed originals
and five (5) complete
copies for a total of sy-
en (7) of the proposasB
(written materials) and
include ohe (1) set of
support materials (vi-
sual) in a sealed enve-
lope clearly marked on
the outside, with the Pro-
poser's name and
"Sealed Materials for
RFP for Art in Public
Places for McCoy Ter-
minal Complex at Key
West International Air-
port" addressed to:

Monroe County Pur-
chasing 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 Octo-
ber28, 2008. Any pro-
posals received after this
date and time will be au-
tomatically rejected. Ma-
terials may be delivered
by Certified Mail, Return
Receipt Requested,
hand-delivered or coud
ered. Faxed or e- mailed .
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reaest a receipt. If sent
by mail or by courier, the
above-mentioned enve-
lope shall be enclosed in
another envelope ad-'
dressed to the entity and
address stated above.
Proposers should be
aware that certain "ex-
press mail" services will
ne#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.

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

All submissions must re-
main valid fora period of
njpety (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 Flori-
da, under Sec.
287.133(3)(d), Florida
Statute (1997). Monroe
County declares that all
or portions of the docu-
ments and work papers
and otherforms of deliv-
erables pursuant to this
request shall be subject
to reuse by the County.

All proposals, along with
thmjecommendation of
the Monroe County Art in
Public Places Commit-
tee, the Florida Keys
Council of the Arts, the
County Administrator,
and/of the initiating De-
partment Head, will be
presented to the Board of
County'Commissioners
of Monroe County, Flori-
da, forfinal awarding or
otherwise. The Board re-
serves the right to reject
any and all proposals, to
waive informalities in any
or all proposals, to re-ad-
vertise for proposals; and
to separately accept or
reject any item or items
and to award and/or ne-
gotiate a contract in the
best interest of the Coun-
ty.

Dated at Key West this
25th day of August, 2008.

Monroe County Purchas-
ing Department

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2008
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No.7177500

LOST PROPERTY
NOTICE

TO ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission has taken
custody of:

One vessel displaying
Florida registration
FL 4684 LN, A 11'
NOVARANIA
INFLATABLE, HIN#
PKD122941001 was
found abandoned BIG
PINE KEY, Florida on
state waters,

Pursuant to Section
705.103 Florida Statute,
the property will be dis-
posed of if no ownership
or lien claim is received
by NOV 12,2008. Send
claim in writing to
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion, 2796 Overseas
Highway, Suite 100,
Marathon, FL 33050.

Attn: OFFICER DAVID
. DIPRE, refer to case
number
FWSB 07 EVP 7380.

Publish September 3, 10,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.7299100

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN
AND FOR MIAMI-DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASENO:
08-221-39CA01 (21)

CHENEY BROS., INC.,
a Florida Corporation
d/b/a
CHENEY BROTHERS,
Plaintiff,

Vs.,

SANTY
CORPORATION, et al.,
Defendants,

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that under and by
virtue of a Final Judg-
ment entered by the Cir-
cuit Court in and for Mi-
ami-Dade County, Flori-
da on the 6th day of June,
2008, and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution issued
in the above styled cause
on the 17th day of June,
2008, I, Richard D. Roth,
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ty, Florida have levied
upon and will offer for
sale and sell to the high-
est bidderfor cash, sub-
ject to any mortgages or
liens thereon, in the
morning on the 8th day of
October, 2008, at 10:00
A.M. at the front door of
the Monroe County
Courthouse, 500 White-
head St., Key West, Flori-
da, the interests of Santy
Corporation d/b/a Coun-
try Gulls, defendant in ex-
ecution, in the following
described property, sub-
ject to any and all other
liens, taxes, judgements,
or encumbrances what-
soever:

SPECIFIC
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:

LOTS 1,2 AND 3,
FIELD'S SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 78 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

AND

LOTS 1; 2AND 3,
BLOCK B, TROPICANA
SUBDIVISION AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT ,
BOOK 3, PAGE 137 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

SPECIFIC LOCATION
OF PROPERTY:

RE NUMBER:
00342240-000000 /7301
OVERSEAS HIGHWAY,
MARATHON, FL 33050
RENUMBER:
00342240-000100 /
MARATHON
RENUMBER:
00342240-000200 /244
73RD STREET OCEAN,
MARATHON, FL 33050
RE NUMBER:


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00342730-000000 /
MARATHON
RENUMBER:
00342740-000000 /
MARATHON
RE NUMBER:
00342750-000000 /
MARATHON

DATED this 28th day of
August, 2008.
RICHARD D. ROTH,
Sheriff
Monroe County, Florida
BY:
Rachelle Gates-,
Supervisor
Civil Process Division
Publish August 30,
September 6, 13, 20,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.7405600

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

Case No.:
2008 DR 1326 K

JAMES CUMMINGS
Petitioner,
and
KATHRENE
CUMMINGS
Respondent.

NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

TO: KATHRENE
CUMMINGS
Last Known Address:
UNKNOWN *

YOUR ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and that
you are required to serve
a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
JAMES CUMMINGS
whose address is 1019
FORT ST. APT 10D KEY
WEST FL, 33040 on or'
before 10/07/08, and file
the original with the Clerk
of this Court at 500
Whitehead St. Key West,
FL 33040, before the ser-
vice on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against
you for the relief demand-
ed 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-

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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 Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation, Failure to com-
ply can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
.pleadings.
Dated: 08/22/2008

CLERK OF THE v
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Riza Tabag
Deputy Clerk

Publish September 6, 13,
20, 27, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No:7547600

MEETING NOTICE

The Monroe County
Tourist Development
Council will hold their
regularly scheduled
meeting on Tuesday
September 23, 2008 at
10:00 AM at the Double-
tree Grand Key Resort,
3990 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West.

The Visit Florida Keys
Corporation will also con-
vene during this meeting.

All Tourist Development-
Council Meetings are
open to the public.

Publish September 6,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.7571300

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2008 CP 040 M
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF

INAA. MEYERS,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration fo the
estate of INA A.
MEYERS, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 2,2008, and whose
Social Security number is

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XXXX-XX-4871, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 3117
Overseas Highway, Mar-
athon, Florida 33050.
The estates testate
and the date of the
decedent's Will and any
codicils are June 20,
2006, October 23, 2007,
November 5, 2007, and
February 11,2008. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney 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 NO-
TICEO N THEM.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHINGTHETIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The first publication of
this Notice is
September 6,2008

Personal
Representative:

William N. DeVane, Jr.
P.O. Box 500177
Marathon, FL 33050
0177

Attorney for Personal
Representative:

William N. DeVane, Jr.,
Esq
Florida Bar No. 20621
DEVANE & DORL, P.A.
Suite 12
First Professional Centre
5701 Overseas Highway
Marathon FL 33050
Telephone:
305.743.6565
Facsimile:
305.743.4143

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2008
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No.7578600

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

Anchor Towing gives
Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
09/26/2008, 08:00 am at
189 US HWY #1, KEY
WEST, FL 33040, pursu-
ant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
Anchor Towing reserves
the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.

1993 TOYOTA
4T1SK12E4PU193088

2005 YAMAHA
LPRSA20A25A615302

2005 JAG
RFTJV503X5L000114

1990 VOLVO
YV1AA8845L1419638


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No.7579100

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE

Anchor Towing gives
Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
09/19/2008, 08:00 am at
189 US HWY#1
KEY WEST, FL 33040,
pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. Anchor Towing
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and/or all bids.

2005TOYOTAVIN#
JTDKB20U053122011

2005 YAMAHA VIN#
JYA3EPA075A224333

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No.7657100

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

Anchor Towing gives
Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
09/19/2008, 08:00 am at
189 US HWY #1, KEY
WEST, FL 33040, pursu-
ant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
Anchor Towing reserves
the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.

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2008
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No.7690700

NOTICE OF CALLING
FOR BIDS

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO PROSPEC-
TIVE BIDDERS that on.
October 7,2008 at 3:00
P.M. the Monroe County
Purchasing Office will re-
ceive sealed bids for the
following:

FULL MAINTENANCE
PROGRAM CHILLER
SYSTEM MURRAY E.
NELSON
GOVERNMENT
AND CULTURAL
CENTER
KEY LARGO, MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BID-PFM-281-85-2008/
PUR/CV
Requirements for sub-
mission and the selection
criteria may be requested
from DemandStar by On-
via at
www.demandstar.com
OR www.co.monroe
county-fl.gov/pages/
msd/bids.htm or
call tollfree at '
1-800-711-1712. The
Public Record is avail-
able at the Monroe Coun-
ty Purchasing Office lo-
cated atThe Gato Build-
ing, 1100 Simonton
Street, Room 1-213, Key
West, Florida. Questions
should be directed, in
writing, to John W. King,
Senior Director, Lower
Keys Facilities, 3583
South Roosevelt Boule-
vard, Key West, Florida
33040 or by facsimile to
(305) 295-3672. All an-
swers will be by Adden-
da.

Bidders must submit two
(2) signed originals and
two (2) complete cop-
ies of each bid in a
sealed envelope marked
on the outside, Sealed
Bid for Full Mainte-
nance Program Chiller
System, Murray E. Nel-
son Government and
Cultural Center, Key
Largo, Monroe County,
Florida addressed and .
delivered, either by per-
son or by mail, preferably
by special delivery, regis-
tered mail to:

Monroe County
Purchasing Office
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: (305) 292-4466
Fax: (305) 292-4465

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All bids must be re-
ceived by the County
Purchasing Office be-
fore 3:00 P.M., October
7,2008. Any bids re-
ceived after this date and
time will be automatically
rejected. Faxed or
emailed bids will also be
automatically rejected.
Materials may be deliv-
ered by Certified Mail,
Return Receipt Request-
ed, hand-delivered or
couriered. Faxed or e-
mailed bids will be auto-
matically rejected. Hand
delivered bids may re-
quest a receipt. If sent by
mail or by courier, the
above-mentioned enve-
lope shall be enclosed in
another envelope ad-
dressed to the entity and
address stated above.
Bidders should be aware
that certain express mail
services will not guaran-
tee specific time delivery
to Key West, Florida. It is
the sole responsibility of
each Bidder to ensure
their proposal is received
in a timely fashion.

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

All bids must remain valid
for a period of Ninety (90)
days. The Board will au-
tomatically reject the bid
of any person or affiliate
who appears on the con-
victed vendor list pre-
pared by the Department
of Management Ser-
vices, State of Florida,
under Sec.
287.133(3)(d), Florida
Statutes (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.

All bids, including the rec-
ommendation of the
County Administrator
and the requesting De-
partment Head, will be .
presented to the Board of
County Commissioners
of Monroe County, Flori-
da, forfinal awarding or
otherwise. The Board re-
serves the right to reject
any and all bids, to waive
informalities in any or all
bids, to re-advertise for
bids; and to separately
accept or reject any item
or items of bid and to
award and/or negotiate a
contract in the best inter-
estof the County.

Dated atKey West, Flori-
da, this 4th day of Sep-
tember, 2008.

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2008
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No.'7694400

NOTICE OF CALLING
FOR BIDS

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO PROSPEC-
TIVE BIDDERS that on
October 8,2008 at 3:00
P.M. the Monroe County
Purchasing Office will re-
ceive sealed bids for the
following:

PROFESSIONAL
LANDSCAPING AND
MAINTENANCE
MURRAY E. NELSON
GOVERNMENT AND
CULTURAL CENTER
KEY LARGO, MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BID-PFM-282-84-2008/
PURICV

Requirements for sub-
mission and the selection
criteria may be requested
from DemandStar by
Onvia at
www.demandstar.com
OR
www.co.monroecoun
ty-fl.gov/pages/msd/
bids.htm or call toll-free
at 1- 800-711-1712. The

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Public Record is avail-
able at the Monroe Coun-
ty Purchasing Office lo-
cated atThe Gato Build-
ing, 1100 Simonton
Street, Room 1-213, Key
West, Florida. Questions
should be directed, in
writing, to John W. King,
Senior Director, Lower
Keys Facilities, 3583
South Roosevelt Boule-
vard, Key West, Florida
33040 or by facsimile to
(305) 295-3672. All an-
swers will be by
Addenda.

Bidders must submit two
(2) signed originals and
two (2) complete cop-
ies of each bid in a
sealed envelope marked
on the outside, Sealed
Bid for Professional
Landscaping and Main-
tenance, Murray E. Nel-
son Government and
Cultural Center, Key
Largo, Monroe County,
Florida addressed and
delivered, either by per-
son or by mail, preferably
by special delivery, regis-
tered mail to:

Monroe County
Purchasing Office
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: (305) 292-4466
Fax: (305) 292-4465
All bids must be re-
ceived by the County
Purchasing Office be-
fore 3:00 P.M.. October


PUBLIC NOTICE
Chapter 705, Florida Statutes, the following list of
described property is being held by Monroe County
Sheriff's Office. These items may be inspected September 1,
ending on September 12, 2008. Monroe County Sheriff's
Office. 500 Whitehead Street Old Jail, Key West, Florida
33040. Please call to make arrangements for viewing. 305-
292-7144 or 292-7026 as some of these items are stored at
other locations.
Any person holding a valid claim as owner or finder of the
property on the following list who have proper proof of
ownership may make their claim in writing to the address
listed below. Any claimant may be assessed storage and
advertisement fees.
Any property not claimed during this time period will
revert ownership to the Sheriff of Monroe County to be
used, sold or donated as pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 705, Florida Statutes.


1. ring w/ green stones/ring w/
purple stone
2. money for Kasey Szegeski
3. money for Kenneth W. Jenison
4. money for Randall S.
Weathers
5. money for Jonathan R. Dindo
6. money for Ivan Noya
7. money for Ternice Holmes
8. Golf cart blue paint over
white
9. Razor electric scooter
Richard D. Roth
Sheriff of Monroe County
By: Diana O'Dell
Property/Evidence Division
P.O. Box 6530
Key West, FL 33040
305-292-7144/292-7026


10. Garmin GPS/Satellite phone
11. Newcon night vision/radio
face plate
12. Hunmingbird Matrix 17
fishing system.
13. Canon powershot digital
camera w/ case, towel &
beach bag
14. JVC CD receiver
15. blue dingy Wellcraft
16. Eagle GPS and Iridiumn
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8,2008. Any bids re-"
ceived after this date and
time will be automatically
rejected. Faxed or
emailed bids will also be
automatically rejected.
Materials may be deliv-
ered by Certified Mail,
Return Receipt Request-
ed, hand-delivered or
couriered. Faxed or e-
mailed bids will be auto-
matically rejected. Hand
delivered bids may re-
quest a receipt. If sent by
mail or by courier, the
above-mentioned enve-
lope shall be enclosed in
another envelope ad-
dressed to the entity and
address stated above.
Bidders should be aware
that certain express mail
services will not guaran-
tee specific time delivery
to Key West, Florida. It is
the sole responsibility of
each Bidder to ensure
their proposal is received
in a timely fashion.

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

All bids must remain valid
for a period of Ninety (90)
days. The Board will au-
tomatically reject the bid
of any person or affiliate
who appears on the con-
victed vendor list pre-
pared by the Department
of Management Ser-
vices, State of Florida,
under Sec.
287.133(3)(d), Florida
Statutes (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.

All bids, including the rec-
ommendation of the
County Administrator
and the requesting De-
partment Head, will be
presented to the Board of
County Commissioners
of Monroe County, Flori-
da, for final awarding or
otherwise. The Board re-
serves the right to reject
any and all bids, to waive
informalities in any or all
bids, to re-advertise for
bids; and to separately
accept or reject any item
or items of bid and to
award and/or negotiate a
contract in the best inter-
est of the County.

Dated at Key West,
Florida, this 4th day of
September, 2008.



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2008
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No.7700900

NOTICE OF PUBLIC -
SALE

FEDERAL LIEN CORP.
will sell at Public Sale at
Auction the following ve-
hicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.585
of the Florida Statutes on
'Oct. 2, 2008 at 10:00
A.M.

Lot # A25930
1984 BLACK PORSCHE
2 DR.
VIN #
WPOAAP94PEN455304.
Located at:
Marathon Auto Air and
Electric
2525 Overseas Highway
Marathon FL 33050
305-289-9884
Owner:ELENA
McKINNON
46 SUSSEX ROAD
WASHINGTON TWP.,
NJ 07675
Customer:
SAME AS REGISTERED
OWNER
Lienholder:
NONE
Lien Amount:
$4,814.10

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2008
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Personals
Male Looking for
Female Companion/
Friendship Between the
ages of 18-26. (under
5'7) I have Been living in
the Keys/Key West for al-
most 3 years now. I
LOVE to go to the Festi-
vals and Celebrations.
305.879.7477

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EMPLOYMENT

260 General -
Miscellaneous

SupeiEm

AVON HIRING
Be your own boss!
Flexible hours.
$680 bonus. Call Cheryl,
866.478.5513 ext. 3
Couple to live in
and help with B & B.
Call
305-852-3996.
DOCKHAND HELP
Full time. Pancho's Fuel
Dock in Marathon, 1280
Oceanview Ave. If inter-
ested, call 743-2281

Your new employee.
is reading our
classlfleds.
Call to advertise
your employment
opportunities today.
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260 General -
Miscellaneous
DOLPHINN RESEARCH
CENTER currently has a
FT opening for a Physi-
cal Plant and Equip-
ment Specialist: Major
duties consist of assist-
ing in construction proj-
ects, electrical, plumbing
and automotive needs,
plus the maintenance of
--buildings, equipment, ve-
hicles, and boats. Must
have a clean driving re-
cord, general handy-
man skills, be physical-
ly fit, and able to work
in the Florida heat. The
successful candidate will
be responsible, orga-
nized, and motivated with
excellent team player
skills. Benefits include
medical insurance,
401 (k), vacation and paid
- holidays. Job description
available at
www.dolphins.org.
Stop by to fill out an
.application or
"-'6mail your resume to
drc-hra@dolphins.org.
Exp. Appliance tech
needed. Tools, valid dr.
lic., and reliability
required. 664-3662.
FRONT DESK MM68.5
Lime Tree Bay Resort
P/T eves. Must be de-
pendable and have own
trans. DFWP. 664.4740
GROUNDSKEEPERS
F/T. Apply in person
Banana Bay Resort, -
4590 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon.
HOUSEKEEPER P/T
EXP. required, flex.
hours. Marathon/Conch
Key Island Resort.
305.289.1377
.LANDSCAPE LABOR
Middle Keys,
Experience, References,
Clean Driving Record.
305.942.3721
LIGHT MAINTENANCE
& CLEANING P//T, Mar-
athon. Retiree's wel-
come. Call for details.
305.743.0231
Maintenance Engineer
Marathon/Conch Key
small boutique resort,
P/T flexible hours. EXP.
required. 305.289.1377
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Helpers.
Starting pay $9. Raises
based on performance.
Apply in person: 4290
Overseas Hwy, Mthn.

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 General
Miscellaneous
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Drivers.
CDL ClassA or B, 2 yrs
exp necessary. Apply in
person: 4290 Overseas
Hwy, Marathon.
Plumber needed. for
busy plumbing co. Must
have experience.& valid
drivers license.
305-453-5435
RESORT HELP Front
Desk, Reservations,
Hskping, Gen Maint.
Immed openings! Mara-
thon area. 305-797-1707

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 General -
Miscellaneous
RETAIL SALES P/T
Must be available for
weekends. Please call
Fred's Beds, Marathon.
305.743.7277
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 General -
Miscellaneous


Sitter needed. Weds
after school for 2 boys
ag6s 5 & 9. Port
Largo.305-849-0659.

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.






Healthcare coverage, 401 with match and retirement plan. Call 434-9033
or fax resume to 305-434-9040. Visit us at www.qcmk.org. EEOC/DFWP


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

Family Practitioner
Licensed Practical Nurse/LPN
Certified Nursing Assistant
Dentist
Dental Hygienist
Dental Assistant
Outreach Worker
Environmental Worker

Competitive salary, excellent fringe benefits
Applicants may apply in person at
Marathon Health Center
2855 Overseas Highway, MM 48.5
Marathon, FL 33050
or-fax Resume to: (305) 254-4987
For more information: (305) 252-4872





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DELl HELP NEEDED
Experienced Deli/Cashier
help needed, full time.
Top Pay!
Apply in person:
Marathon Liquors & Deli,
5101 Overseas Hwy., Marathon
Ask for Dania.


Radio Install Technician
Job duties to include: radio equipment installation, maintain
communication vehicles, maintain cleanliness of work area, pick-up
and delivery of supplies, and assist the Technician when needed.
Position does require applicant to work outside for long periods of time.
Applicant can apply on-line at www.keyssb.net or contact Kristie
Hernandez at-the Monroe County Sheriffs Office at,292-7044.,EOEIAAP


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CALL CLASSIFIED 7435551 CALLCLASSIFIED 7435551


/ Busy Law Firm Seeks:

Legal Secretary
Highly organized motivated self starter
w/substantial experience in Civil Litigation.
Must be detail oriented, possess excellent
written and verbal communication skills.
Strong PC skills and the ability to manage
multi-prioritize in fast paced environment.
Salary and benefits.

*.Call Nancy 305-393-4061.


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 instructions for medical emergencies, and
dispatches units to appropriate locations. Ability to perform multi-
tasks accurately, type 35 WPM and good computer skills.
Applicants can apply on-line at www.keysso.net or call
Kristie Hernandez at 305 292-7044. EEOIAAP


Emergency Communications Administrative Assistant
Monroe County Sheriffs Office is looking for applicants with strong
communications skills, proficient computer knowledge, able to work
independently, and multi-task. Job duties will include updates, files,
compiles and prepares department reports. Answer phone inquires from
clients / visitors and directs them to appropriate department / individual.
Preferable 2 3 year experience in an office setting. Applicants can apply
online at www.keysso.net or contact Kristie at 292-7044. EOEIAAP


SNA's Registered Nurses
Middle and Upper Keys Work Area
FT opportunities in home health & hospice care. Join an interdisciplinary
team of professionals & a work environment that promotes professional
growth. Competitive pay & benefits, CEU opportunities, on-call allowances,
& mileage reimbursement. Fax your resume to Natalie Maddox, HR Dept.,
Visiting Nurse Assn/Hospice of the FL Keys, 305/294-9348 or e-mail to
nmaddox(Dhospicevna.com. -EOE/DFWP
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S. S- P IT A ^L

Nurse Manager O.R.
Physical Therapist
O.R. Surgical Techs
Case Management Director
Pharmacy Technician
Emergency Room Registration Clerk
Materials Management Clerk

3301 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050
www.fiLshermenshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
FAX: (305) 743-3962
Email: miichele.teller@fh.hma-corp.com
S E.O.EJ Drug Free Worikplace


265
Healthcare


Available Now FT/PT
Pruett Dermatology
Fax Resume 664-8898
Front Office/Nurse
Will train 664.8828
270
Office Clerical

Available Now FT/PT
Pruett Dermatology .
Fax Resume 664-8898
Front Office/Nurse
Will train 664.8828
Org. selfstarterw/cleri-
cal/ comp. skills to work
w/event committee.20
hrs./wk. Call 852-0030:
275
Professional
Exp. Jeweler must have
own tools and be bond-
able. captainshon@earth-
link.net or 453-5000.
MARATHON/Sombrero
2/2, furn, dock, access to
Ocean/Bay. Walk to
Beach! $1500/mo. Short
term rental possible.
Call (305) 965-4621
REAL ESTATE AGENT
needed at Anglers Reef
in Islamorada. New De-
velopment. All completed
& ready to close. Lots of
activity& lots of sales in
the last 6 mo's. Call Rose
Sahche'z, 305.395.0383
Century 21 All Key, Inc.
SPECIAL ASSET
ANALYST
FIRST STATE BANK
Requirements include
formal credit training, &
exp w/commercial, resi-
dential & consumer
loans. BS degree or
equiv exp w/Real Estate
or Finance preferred. Re-
sponsibilities include re-
viewing/underwriting
loan files for risk grading/
special asset identifica-
tion; assist in action plan
development/implemen-
tation; & act as liaison be-
tween legal reps & Spe-
cial Asset Manager. We
offerfull-time, stable,
year-round employment,
excellent salaries, 401 k,
pension & profit sharing
plans, educ reim, as well
as medical, dental & life
ins coy. Call JC 293-7146
or EMAIL
HR@KEYSBANK.COM
EOE M/F/V/D.Member
FDIC


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is reading our
classifieds.
Call to advertise
your employment
opportunities today.
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Classifieds 305-743-5551


500
MERCHANDISE


575
Pets


Rare reptiles for sale.
515 Antiques-, For more information
Collectibles call
305-393-9449

IEPC GET RESULTS
PLATINUM/ DIAMOND .
Ring. 75/100 ct. total with the Keynoter' s
weight. Ring is new and a classified section.
Real Beauty. Price to sell 43-5551
$1585. Call Mr. Dan


15 IO. IU.UOU I"
575
Pets,
Himalayan Cats'
FREE to good home.
Ref. Req. (305)
296-1486 or304-9924
MUST SELL BIRD Small
African Pinna. Talks,
Cage and Bird, $500
FIRM 305.849.0293 or.
305.743.2431

CALL CLASSIFIED: 743-5551


590
Miscellaneous
AMANA FRIDGE, Whirl-
pool glass top stove, GE
Trash comp, Kenmore
D/W, all match, 36"RCA
TV $600 For all 481.4840
BEDROOM SET Large,
Qn sz, medium oak.
Comp. set incl armoir &
matt/box springs. $1500
obo. 896-6184, Marathon
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Breezy Palms Resort

Is now Hiring


FIT Maintenance


Apply in person MM 80, 0/S

664-2361


) ( Wesley House
S- 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 stabilization 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.

Full Case Management Assistant
F/T position in Tavernier primarily responsible for efficiently and effectively
providing support services to the Community Based Care staff; Supervised
Visitation for the Supervised Visitation Program. The incumbent is
responsible for providing transportation to support staff/client functions and,
completing clerical tasks. High School Degree or G.E.D. required, experience
in a management/administrative position a plus. Email resume to:

Becky. rariney@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 TryJman Ayenue
.:: : 1'I 'Key West, 4C394Q'


The Keynoter 41


590
Miscellaneous
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn. 743.6506


I PUT UP AND CLOSE
HURRICANE
SHUTTERS.
305-896-6141
The Sooner The Better!
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watches
Call 305.743.4578

600
FINANCE

610 Business
Opportunities,
LIQUOR LICENSE
MONROE COUNTY
Terms avail. Realty
Masters Realtors
1.800.523.7651
620
Money to Loan
WE BUY ALL GOLD
CASH NOW. Jewelry,
scrap. No waiting.
11400 O/S Hwy. #121,
Minn. Call 305 743 J603

700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

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 ,
Across from Founders
Park 2BR +loft. Private.
Lrg Workshop. No smok-
ing or pets. Yrly $1600
mo. F/L/S 305.304.0205
or 305.942.0197

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


DANER

SERER

BARTNDE

B ,,, B S
Apl today

andmak


710
Homes for Rent
ANNUAL RENTALS
Mthn: Effic $875 &
2/2 Condo, $1295.
3/2 Canal front, $1900.
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.
$1475/mo. 305.395.3415
or 305.872.3450
Cudjoe Key ocean side
1/1, A/C, gated prop. on
open water, water toys
incl. Inc all util. $1100/mo
$500 dep. 305-304-1311
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 On stilts 2/2,
nice area, vaulted ceil-
ings, storage. $1450/mo
+ util. Tom, 215-514-
5163 or 289-0402
House 3/2,2000 s.f., Irg
sunroom, W/D, C-A/C,
DW, Irg yard, very nice,
must see, Islamorqada
$2000 mo incl utils.
305-849-3042


Islamorada2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$1350/mo furn or unfurn.
Century 21 All Keys Inc,
305.395.0381, Jennifer
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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


LBI SOLAR (.coRm)

Solar Generated Electricity

Huge State Rebates!!!


305-619-8226

NABCEP < 0g) C6rtifitd


September 6, 2008


710
Homes for Rent
Key Largo 2/1 stilt home.
9 Dolphin Rd. Screened
porch, furn, W/D, A/C.
$1300/mo incl elec, water
& cable. 305.509.1491
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--Beautiful
3/2 home on corner lot
canal w/fenced yard &
beautiful wood deck.
Call 1-305-801-8700
KEY LARGO, Beautiful
4 br 3 bath furnished
house. 122 ft. dock.
Avail 9/1, for 5 months.
$2200.216-509.4400


KL, MM101 B/S 2/1,
Deck, FL Room.,Vacant,
Boat Ramp. Beach, Tiki,
$1050/mo, FIL/ $600
Sec. owner/ agent
305.793.8476/451.1112
KL MM 96 2/2, Across
Ocean, 55 +, new bath,
granite, firs, cabs. W/D,
scrnd prch, pool, cable,
dock, $1500/m 852.9267
Little Venice/Marathon
3/1, newly painted! Tile,
granite, appliances, W/D,
fenced yard, updated.
$1500/mo FLS 289-3465
MARATHON 2/1, Half
Duplex, Lg. back yd.
Beaut open water view.
Newly Remod $1300/mo,
F/L, 305.304.7328
MARATHON 2/1,
On Canal, nice quiet
street W/D hook-up.
Lg carport. $1350/mo
F/L/S 305.743.5623

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HOMES FOR RENTt
I BIG PINE KEY 2/1
I Canal Front. Dbl Lot
I $1400,'mo
i RAMROD KEY 3/2.
I Comer Canal Lot |
I $2000.'mr, I
I Rose Dell & Associates I
I 305.879.2810 I
ii. . .. .


Homes for Rent
MARATHON 2/2 + een
or 3rd BR. Newly
updated. Very clean.
$1500/mo F/L/S.
Call 305.304.3744
MARATHON 2/2
Open Water Views!
Lrg yard, SS appliances,
granite. $1400 mo F/L/S.
Call 239.250.4944 e.p
MARATHON, 3/2.5. +
Office, In-ground pool,,
Tropical Garden, 1st &
Sec. Dep. Ref. Req.
$1950/mo 856.905.3565
MARATHON 4/2, Direct
Gulf View! Unfurn., dock-
age, no pets, $2000/mo
F/US, Clara, Chaplin RE
305-395-2095
MARATHON-Cdttage
2/1, Tile floors, New Appi,
pets ok, $1200/mo F/L/S,
305.743.5555
Marathon- Long Term
2/2 on Ocean, $2000/mo
Furnished
Island Breezes Realf.
305.743.8328
MARATHON
Newly remodeled 3bd
house on 46th St.
$1200 month. Call Kim
Hayden at 305.743.3500
MM 103 2/2, dock &
davits. No smoking or
pets. Annual lease.
$.1600 mo F/L/S
305-619-0650


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$600 per mondg
(approx. with approved credit)
NO INSURANCE
Taxes around $600 per year







A New Concept:
Properly 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.
www.breezypinesrv.com


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42 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551


September 6, 2008


710
Homes for Rent


[53 Listing
MM 104 O/S 2BR/2BA
ground level, completely
remodeled, very private,
HO park w/ramp. No pets
or smoking. $1600 incl
water. F/L/S 853.3779
MM190 B/S Plantation
Key Colony, 3/2 ground
level, all new upgrades.
$1800. F/US. 451-4555
MM 92 Tavernier 2/2
house, ocean/park view,
W/D, util incltile, clean
$1400.702.374.7128
MTHN 2/1.5, Remodeled
new appl. W/D, $1700/m
w/1 yr. Ise. Security dep
neg. Ref. Req. No smoke
Call 443.497.3172
PKC canal home 3/2
vaulted ceiling, covered
parking, no smoking.
$1750 mo. 786.200.2324
RAMROD KEY 2/1 UP
OM Canal w/dock, renov.
A/C, W/D, D/W, hot-tub,
storage UTIL. INCL. f/l/s/
$1600/MO 440.478.7005
Ramrod Key 2/2, canal
front w/dock. On stilts,
ocean access, very
clean! Tiled thru-out.
$1800/mo. 305.735.8113
Summerland Key 3 BR,
2 BA, fully turn, W/D. 180'
canal, 2 swim ladders.
$2500 + util, $1000 dep.
Call 305-304-1311
2/1 A HALF HOME,
MM74, Great quiet loca-
tion, Screened patio,
bayside canal, new kitch-
en, F/US. $1175/mo incl.
cable 954.325.8113


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ADORABLE
LARGE 1/1
APARTMENT
In Marathon.
Pet OK.
On canal.
Walk to
Sombrero Beach!
$975/mo.
(305) 481-7554

MM 95 Large 1/1
Tiled, Washer/Dryer
Kitchen $1050 mo.
Util incl. Must Seet
305-300-3619


712 Mobile Homes 712 Mobile Homes 725 Apt- Condo 725 Apt Condo 725 Apt- Condo 725 Apt- Condo-
for Rent for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


Waterfront
BAYFRONT in Hamnmer
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
MARATHON 1BD/1BTH
on canal with dock.
$1000 per month.
Call 743.2324
MARATHON 1 Br, 1 Ba,
furnished. Util included.
$1100/MO. Keys RV
Park. Call 305.923.9542
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, off st parking,
cable incl. $950/mo +
util. 305.587.1512
Marathon Keys RV Park
1/1, furn, on canal. No
smkrs, pets. Avail Nov-
Apr. $1100/mo + util,
sec & ref. 860-671-0055
MM 106 B/S 2/1 2001
MH on canal, fully furn,
44' concrete dock, shed,
no smoking or pets.
305.360.2800
MM 93 O/S1/1 w/spare
room, Irg fenced yard,
W/D. No smokinJg. 750
mo. + util. 786-253-3042
MM102,0/IS,2/1
Quiet area, dead end st,
very nice yd, pets ok.
$1000/mo 561.768.3889
ykarlsonpvahoo.com

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LIVE, WORK, PLAY
MM 82
LIVE: Tropical garden
setting, fully furnished,
lar e stu io 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


MM 94.5 B/S 2BR/1BA UP
Kitchen, large screen porch, C-A/C,
iasasher/dryer hoookup, dishwasher, tile
floors, walk to homeowners park with
ramp.,$ mal-,pets ok. $1250 mo. F/L/S
305-453-5216 or 8634393-8354 cell"


Silver Shores 55 +
community. 2BR/2BA
furn/unfurn. Pool, tennis,
dock F/L/S 924.1384
Trailer 28' shaded trail-
er park, MM 101. $675
mo. incl utils. Refs req.
305-230-1899
725 Apt- Condo
Duplex for Rent
A Great Location 51st
Gulf, Mthn, 1/1 C/A, W/D
hk up, quiet, friendly,
clean, pets OK. $1000
F/US. Call 304.8702
A SOM BCH RD. 2/2
spacious, priv. on canal,
Ig deck, C/A, lots of park-
ing, no smoke/pets, F/L/S
$1600/mo 743.2969
Apt. 1BR down, $950
MM 100 Key Largo, furn,
new kitchen/bath/ac, incl
water/elec/cable/internet
access/WD. No pets, no
smok-ing. Mo to Mo
lease 305.394.0173
BIG PINE KEY 1/1, Furn
On Canal, next to Bay.
Incl. util. A/C, Sat. TV,
W/D. $500 Sec. Dep.
$1000/mo 872.1157
BIG PINE KEY 1/1
Utilities included,
$850/mo, F/L/S
872.0622 or 304.4205
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
BPK, 1/1 W/DEN Corner
waterfront. Completely
remodeled. D/W. W/D
hook up. Inci boat dock,
$1275 mo. Must See!!
Cat ok. 305.872.4457
BPK-2/1, CANAL
FRONT, Half Duplex,
Recently Remodeled.
$1300/mo, F/L/$500 Sec.
305-528-5298
BPK 2/1 LG. PORCH
Overlooks clean swim
canal, W/D, A/C,$1400
mo + util 305.872.0622
or 305.304.4205
Brand New Marathon
Lg 2/2 half duplex. $1350
until FLS. Must qualify
for affordable housing
481.4688 or 289.1887
DUCK KEY 2/2 furn. Half
duplex, on waterfront!
$1900/mo + util. F/L/S.
Yearly lease. Call Kristen
305.743.5000
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551




2/1, Canal, upstairs,
MM27 O/S, $1,450/mo
2/1, Canal, downstairs,
MM27 0/S, $1,300/mo
1/1 BPK, downstairs,
covered patio, $825/mo
Furnished efficiency, Big
Coppit, OSP, $785/mo
All incl util, All req. F/LUS
EI' iS


DUCK KEY 2/2 Furn half
Duplex w/ 35' dock. Avail
for Sept. Oct. Nov. & Dec.
util incl. Special Rate!!
305.289.1712

ATT-l^'
EFFICIENCY
$895/mo, Marathon, incl
util, ground level
305-481-2873
Fully furn 1BRapts. &
Irg effic, clean, reason-
able rates. Key Largo.
mo. 305.451.3609
GRASSY KEY, 1/1,
fully furnished, $900/mo
incl. util.
1 year lease
305-743-7277
GRASSY KEY1 BDRM
apt. Includes: utilities,
laundry, cable, wifi.
$1050/mo 305.743.0552
Grassy Key I room
efficiency. Fully furn on
ocean. Coin laundry &
pool. Very quiet. Sept. -
Dec. (?) maybe longer.
$750/mo. All util inc. Boat
slip extra. 917.468.9111
GREAT OCEAN VIEW!
Marathon, 2/1 Condo.
Very priv. Furn, Remod-
eled. Small pet ok. F/L/S
$1500/mo 305.481.8372
Islamorada 2/2 Ocean
view at Captain's Cove
Canal. Beach, W/D, new-
ly renov. Annual lease,
util incl. $1500/mo. Boat
slip avail. 973-985-3262
Islamorada: Lrg effic,
kitchen, W/D, 'DW, A/C,
Irg porch. $1000 mo incl
utils. Apt 1BR, DW, A/C
$1000 mo incl utils. Both
very nice, must see.
305-849-3042
KCB 2/2, pool, tennis,
beach, Also 1 /ll1, dock
available for 27' boat.
Call 289.1741 for details
KCB GREAT 2/2 condo,
furn, W/D, pry beach,
covr'd prkg. $1450/mo
inc wtr & cable. Call Bon-
nie, 743.3377 Century 21
KEY COLONY BEACH
3 BDRM, 1.5 BATH
$1400 per mo. F/L/S.
Call Lela 305.395.0814
lela@coldwellbanker.com
KEY COLONY BEACH
Half duplex, 2/2, water-
front, unfurn. $1200/mo.
+ util. Call Marcy,
289.6505 CBSchmitt RE
Key Colony Beach
Charming 2/2 duplex,
fully furn, with deep water
dock. Util incl. $1795
F/L/S. Call 225.362.7935

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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, no W/D, no
smkrs or pets. 6 mo.
lease or longer. $850/mo
+ elec. F/L/S. 743.4133
Key Colony Beach.
Great 1/1 condo, unfurn,
$1000/mo + elec. Call
Kitty, Coldwell Banker
Schmitt RE 289.6510
Key Largo MM 102 1/1,
furnished. No pets, no
smokers. $950/mo incl
utilities. 305.970.4344 or
305.904.8866


Key Largo MM 98 Large
oceanfront prop w/ lower
effcy. Dockage, utils,
laundry incl, new tile & kit
w/ screen porch. $1050
mo. F/US. Avail 9/15.
248-214-7301
MARATHON 1/1, unfurn,
half duplex, washer hkup,
new appliances. F/L/S
lease. $900/mo. Quiet
area. Call 3D5.731.6131
MARATHON 1 BD APT.
Unfurnished, $800/mo
plus Electric.
Call DD 289-6486
MARATHON 20 Stirrup
Key. 3 BR 1BA, C/A.
$1275/mo F/L/S
225-362-7935
MARATHON 20 Stirrup
Key. 3 BR 1BA, C/A.
$1275/mo F/L/S
225-362-7935
MARATHON 2/1, FURN
Dock, pool, parking,
$1500/mo F/L/S
Kathy
305.240.0702
MARATHON 2/2 Condo.
Furnished, Pool, Dock,
Tennis, covered parking.
$1750/mo F/L/S
772.359.2439
MARATHON, 2/2 ON
CANAL, 50' DOCK,
Townhouse, Beautifully
furn W/D, $1450/mo+util
F/L/S 743.6463
MARATHON 2br/1 ba
duplex, C/A, 900sf,
unfurn, W/D hkup, hurri-
cane shutters. Exc cond!
$1200/mo 305-205-4285
MARATHON 2 BR +
den, 1 BA, unfurnished.
No pets. $1400/mo. +
$500 dep. 743-7580
Marathon- 3/2 Town-
house with community
pool. $1850/mo. F/L/S.
Island Breeze Realty..
Call 305.743.8328 .
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


MARATHON an ULTRA
CLEAN 1/1, nice neigh-
borhood, great location,
covered porch, W/D, F/S,
$925 724.791.2354
MARATHON Clean Lg.
3/2, central air, on canal,
washer & dryer hookup.
$1,675 month. Call Dave
305.664.1982
Marathon/Coco Plum
Waterfront! 20 Coco
Plum Dr. 2/1 Unit$1100
w/util; 1/1 $900 w/util. For
info 305-871-4653
MARATHON FURN.
large studio, new cond.
tile, C/A, W/D, storage,
lower level $1000/mo.
(954)-599-7114
MARATHON LG. FURN
EFF.
$725/mo plus elec.
DD 289.6486
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fully furn.
305.289.0800

Waterfront
Marathon/Sombrero
2/2, one half duplex.
Unfurn, dockage, $1400.
Call Bonnie 743-3377 ext
113, Century 21 RE
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 901 BD APT
On Canal. Plantation Key
Colony,
$850/mo incl .util. Pets
OK Call 772.546.5855
MM 90 B/S 1BR/1 BA
apt. $1000 mo. F/L/S
Also Studio apt. $1000
mo. F/L/S 305.942.3604
MM 92, Tavernier 1/1
effic. ocean/park view,
clean, tile, util. incl. $900.
702.374.7128
MM 93 0/S 2BR/1BA
duplex near beach & boat
ramp. Plantation Key
school zoning. $1100
mo. F/S (305) 510.9025
cell, 252.6848, 852.3502
MTHN CHARMING EFF
APT. W/ Kitchenette,
small yard, $750/mo in-
cludes all util and cable.
Call Andy 561.212.3045
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


MTHN Little Venice Dup
1/1 furn, tile fls, granite .
cntr & appl, W/D, fncd yd.
$1000mo/yror$1650/mo
Nov-Apr 954-295-0717
TAVERNIER
1 BR/1 BA apartment
$775 mo. F/L/S. Yearly.
305-451-4555
Tavernier 2BR/1 BA.
Available now.
$1200 mo. F/L/S
305.942.5233
Tavernier MM94
Duplex 2br, 1 ba, avail
now! Unfurn, W/D. balc.
$1200/mo. One month
free! Call 451-4100
1BR/1BA MM 83
Bayside, W/D, non furn.,
$1000 util incl, F/L/S.
664.3662.
740 Roommates -
Rooms for Rent
Marathon Private Room
& Bath W/D, A/C, NO pet/
smoking, Hurricane safe,
$900/mo + $900 Sec
incl util 267.221.8369
Marathon Room for rent
Separate entrance, pri-
vate bathroom. Includes
utililes. No smoking, no
pets. $610/mo. 289-3363
ROOM MATE WANTED
Non-smoker, no pets.
Choice of rooms, $600-
$800/mo + share utils.
896-6184, Marathon
750
Vacation Rentals


IWaterfront
BIG PINE KEY 2/1 on
water, access to bay and
ocean side. 1 block from
boat ramp, great diving/
fishing. 305.7.10.2363
Blowing Rock, NC
Xmas House Exchange
4br/3ba 12-20-1/3.5 mi
to ski. Need dock.
828-295-7055

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2BRI1BAAPTS. 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 Utls & yard serve rdci Pets Welcome. $1400 mo.
PLEASE CAL: PETER 305-942-5022.
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750
Vacation Rentals
CORAL KEY VILLAGE
Ocean Front, 2/1, pool,
deck, access to boat
ramp, $1300/mo
786.245.1947
Key Largo Summer or
winter rental 3BR/2BA or
2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954.885.9591
MARATHON 3/2, grnd
Ivl, Ik nu canal hm. monthly
rental. 305.289.1465 for
avail dates. $5800
wkly cleaning included.
790 Business
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
house/storage Unit
500 sf $400/mo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trial Rd. 305.522.5841
MARATHON grand level,
comp remod, US 1
across from airport.
1100 sq f~ $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 Office Space
1st Prof. Center, 5701
O/S Hwy, 1000 sf.
Recept. area, 4 offices.
$1600/mo 305-393-2580
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
US1 at MM 94 with 60'
Canal Frontage. 1200 sq.
ft. newly remodeled
Office/Retail, Lease or
purchase. 630.675.8711

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale
A Sellers, List for as
low as 1.5% Buyers get
up to$5000 rebate.
keyswiderealty.com
305.745.8815


Islamorada 2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$289K. Call Cheryl
706-633-9042 Century
21 All Keys Inc,
(305) 395-0383
Key Largo 3/2 CBS,
screen porch, tile, cathe-
dral ceilings, hurricane
shutters, best H.O. park.
$399k. 305.394.1409
SALl, CLSSIFIED 743-5551


810
Homes for Sale
Long Key Waterfront
3Bd/2Ba CBS. 2 story,
concrete dock, seawall,
boat ramp. $535K.
386-439-9622
MARATHON FAMILY
HOME 4 bd, 2 ba, on
oversized lot. $390K.
Buildable lot near Som-
brero Bch. $165K. Com-
bined sale, home could
be designated affordable,
and TBR application
made 305.731.4777
Marathon Single family
home, totally remodeled,
3bd, 1 ba. Presently rent-
ed, section 8, $1500/mo.
Motivated seller. $190K
Call Realtor, Don, at,
305.393.1067 A.C.R.E.
New home 2/2 MM 100
Key Largo, affordable.
housing. $277,000
305-393-2481
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
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
812 Mobile Homes
for Sale

M Listing
Key Largo MM 102'82
Skyline MH set up as 2
private 1 BR units.
Fenced, 2 concrete
sheds, parking. $1600
mo income potential.
$139k. 305.394.1511
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


Reduced. Exceptional
40' trailer. Rock Harbor.
$11,500. Lot rent $550
mo. Dockage avail. Pet
ok. Mary 561.573.7638
2006 14X 60,2/2 Mobile
Home. Many Upgrades,
Must be moved.
Asking $45K OBO.
Call 743.2169
825 Condo -
Duplex for Sale


SMUSTSELL
FORECLOSURES
Marathon Sombrero
Resort, 1/1. $21 OK (3
avail). Call Karen Vaught
,. Gatr. HbImes Rity.
352-262-8315
.


825 Condo
Duplex for Sale
Marathon Sombrero
Condo. 2bd/1ba, canal
front, dockage, recently
tiled throughout, updated
kitchen, very clean & qui-
et. $299K 305.304.5965
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
Lot for sale with
permits. MM 100 O/S.
$80,000.
305-393-2481
MTHN LOT FOR SALE
or rent, 38ft x 66ft, RV,
Mobile, or build. elec, wa-
ter/sewer, cable, 35 ft -
dock. WAS $275K NOW
$225K. Poss. owner
financing. 760.340.1403


NORTHFL40 ACRES
Minutes to town, near
Blue Spring and Swanee
River. $5,000 per acre.
Call 786.564.9988


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895
Miscellaneous
.BURIAL PLOTS (2) for
sale. Memorial Gardens,
BPK. Asking $1500 for
both. Call 256.329.2525
TRE/ LOWER KEYS,
Market Rate. Excluding
Big Pine, build on your
own lot now or in the
Future. 743.2169


2 MARATHON TBR's
$50K each, plus buyer
pays all costs.
Pam Nada-Caley, CB
Schmitt 305.304.9208


(4) Marathon TBRs
FolSale $115,000 each;
Seller pays City Transfer
Fee. 3% Commission to
Realtors. Please Call
305-522-6567 or e-mail
wielandn@bellsouth.-net
1000 STONE CRAB
Trap Certs 5K
100 LOBSTER Trap
Certs 7K
Gary 850-672-0070

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'PROLINE
with 1985 Yamaha.
Runs great. Must sell.
305-731-9566.
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
221 Mako (98) w/200
locally rebuilt Johnson,
T-Top, chart plotter.
$8000.305-304-4869.
CREST PONTOONS
Everwonder where
all the Crest Pontoons
came from? Ft. Myers.
Call 800.955.7543
1160
Sailboats
27' CATALINA SLOOP
1993, Catalina 270. Ex-
cellent condition, roller
furling jib, full batten
main, pedestal steering,
17 hp diesel. See at Gar-
rision Bight, Key West.
$19,500 305.872.5672
27' Island Packet '87
Sloop Rig, 16 HP i/b
Diesel Great forfamily
.cruising, sleeps 5.
$20K 305.797.3486
-,CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551
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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 -
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731.3386
1190
Miscellaneous
45' HOUSEBOAT 1994
Catamaran Aqua Cruiser
1 bd, Furnished, W/D,
Full ba w/Compost Toilet,
$38K Kathy 240.0702
81 Plastic cement bot-
tom Stone Crab traps
$10 ea. 938 Stone Crab
trap certs. $5 ea. Buy all
or less than all. 872-4949
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 Atl Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf reef, K/Mack, shark,
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hrs! 904.262.2869

ri gg ION'
All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
buy or sell! Please call for
prices. Licensed & Bond-
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321.784.
5982 or 321.302.3630
www.shipsusa.com
BOAT SLIP FOR RENT
Annual. Fisherman's
Point, no live aboard,
$400/mo. 305-664-1286
or 743-2142
JET SKIS (2) YAMAHA
88 Waverunner, and 93
Pro, dbl trailer, orig. own-
er, garage kept. $1800 -
OBO. 684.0001
Liveaboard Docks
Mrthn, covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731.3386

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Chappral Deck Boat
22' Sunesta
:150hp Merc. Optimax
S0/B, 100 hrs.
$ 057,495 OBO'
r 305-797-3929
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1190
Miscellaneous
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
WANTED: 250
LOBSTER CERT'S
Will pay $60 each.
Call 305 7431 5996

1300
TRANSPORTA110N

1350
Automobiles
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vans, trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305.332.0483
'93 CHEVY SILVERADO
133K miles,
runs good, $1900.
(305) 393-0436
77 CORVETTE, Needs
Restoring, Low miles,
$6500, OBO, Greg.
305.872.4627


Classifieds 305-743-5551


CARIBEE CLEAN Pre-owned Boats

2006 Boston Whaler 22 Dauntless- 225 Verado, T-
Top, Garmin 408 color GPS,'deplyinap Stereo, trailer.
Only 92 hours-warranty S44.995

2004 22' Tournament Pathfinder-VZ200'i Y'arnaha
HPDI, (only 2.54 hours) jack pla3e bimini lop. trolling
mlor, power pole. electronics, S.25.900 -

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

2005 28' Pursuit CC Twin F250 'ainmahas w'262 hns,
warenty until 4-20-2010, T-Top w/observation stand, 3
axle trailer.-$79,995

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, Jemro.'i, e riew only. ?9.900

2007- Hewes 17 Tailfisher- Yamaha F60, poling tower,
trim tabs, rack stored, pushpole holders, bottom paint,
barn kept, reduced to $13,900.
2001 Maverick 17 HPX- 04 Yamaha F90 trailer with
power winch $17,995

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


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Call 305.481.6746
1380 Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
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Buy & Consign late
model RVs. Storage
available 305-451-4555
1390
Miscellaneous

Pace,'Work-Sport, 6x1 0
side door Cargo Trailer.
$1600 also Cargo Trail-
er, 5 x 10 $950 both exc.
cond. 305.517.9936


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