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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: November 1, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Key West takes the politi-
cal theme all the way at
Fantasy Fest 2008. the out-
door band concert season
starts later this month in
Islamorada, and MARC
House artists exhibit their
portraits of some well-
known personalities at the
Gato Building. All this and
more in L'Attitudes starting
on Page 35.



Business ........ .. 26
Classifieds ....... .60
Living.... ..........30
Opinion .......... 6
Sports/Outdoors.. .... 53
Crossword ........ 42


Photo by BERT BUDDE
IT'S A STAMPEDE: Cross country athletes from Key West, Marathon and Coral Shores high schools take over the Key West
Golf Course Tuesday for the Monroe County Cross-Country Championships. It's one of the few times all three Keys public
schools compete against each other in one event. To find out how your favorite school fared, go to Page 56.




Finish line is Tuesday


Keynoter Staff


It all comes to an end Tuesday.
That's when we'll know who
our new president is well,
maybe, since this is Florida, after
-all as well as who our-new
local elected officials are.
And when it's all said and
done, there very well could be a
record voter turnout in Monroe
County, Elections Supervisor
Harry Sawyer says. He's predict-
ing 80 percerit or more of the
Keys' 50,149 registered voters
will cast ballots.
Just about half already have.
At the end of business
Thursday, 10,510 Monroe voters
had cast ballots through early
voting. Another-10,832 had voted
via absentee ballot.
That meant 42.5 percent of the
local electorate had voted and
that doesn't count the numbers
From Friday. or the ones that will:


Complete

Today's Keynoter brings
readers the final information
they need to make informed
decisions at the polls if they
haven't already voted.
On pages 12 through 17,
you'll find simple explanations,
giving both the pros and cons,
about the five constitutional
amendments on Tuesday's ballot.
On Page 10. you'll find
your list of polling sites.
On Page 11. you'll find the


vote tip until 7 tonight, when
early voting ends.
"We've never seen an election
like this never, never, never,"
Sawyer said.. .
The first election the law.


coverage

status of a jailed candidate.
On Page 14. you'll find out
who Keys students chose for
president.
On pages 7 and 8, you'll
find our final editorial recom-
mendations.
And at www.KeysNet.com.
you'll find recent stories about
all of the local races and the
people running for office, as
.ell past editorial recommen-
dations.


allowed early voting was the
August 2004 primary. In that
election, 587 people voted early.
In that year's November general
election, 8,910 voted early. :
S"t'lt\ ,onderfii," Sawyer gays.


"It's exciting and looking at it
from our standpoint, we're get-
ting our money's worth."
However, Gov. Charlie Crist
might also be getting a bill for
early voting's success, since late
Tuesday, he expanded early-vot-
ing hours by four hours each day.
"We're going to have to pay
for it the extra hours for early
voting," Sawyer said. "It's great
for the voters but we would have
appreciated getting more notice.
After we add up all of the over-
time forthe staff and the part-
timers, I'm sending a bill to the
governor."
Early voting today is at the
Key West Supervisor of Elections
Office, 530 Whitehead St. No.
101; the Marathon elections
Office, 490 63rd St. oceanside;
the Plantation Key elections
office, mile marker 88.8; and the
Big Pine. Key and Ky.,rgqI I ?.;, .,..>
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Upper Keys
91655 Overseas Highway
Tavernier. FL 33070
Newsroom .......(305) 853-7103
Advertising.......(305) 852-3216
Fax................. (305) 853-1040
Fax.....................(305) 852-0199

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3015 Overseas Highway
(PO. Box 500158)
Marathon, FL 33050-0158
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through the
joint efforts
of Habitat
for Humanity
and the city
of Key West.

Keynoter photo
.-. a by SEAN KINNEY


Housing plans starting to gel


City, Habitat,


The purchase price cannot
exceed six and a half times the


The Monroe County
Health Department tests
Keys nearshore water
quality each week for ele-
vated levels of enteric bac-
teria. The following beach-
es have health advisories
against swimming:
Higgs Beach, Key
West.
South Beach, Key
West.



Due to a change in
wording from a draft docu-
ment, an Oct. 25 story
incorrectly stated that a
Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary Advisory
Council resolution on
grouper fishing would be
sent to the U.S. secretary of
commerce. The resolution
will- be sent to members of


Advertising (305) 743-5551 AIDS Help all fed workers purchase their first median income, which puts at top me reaeral outn ~rantc
Advertising......305house is moving through city price at $423,800. Fishery Management
Fax ................... 305) 743-397 show progress departments for review. Council.
Fax ...........(305) 743-9586 rThe Key West City Poinciana Plaza

By SEAN KINNEY Commission approved the A third housing initiative If4ro I: l tl h kfl|: |||c, ,1 I
Ke2720y es skinney@keynoter.com Homebuyer's Assistance underway in Key West comes
Overseas Market Program in September, which from AIDS Help, a local nonprof- Ihe following upcom-
Overseas Market A national economic down- will provide interest-free loans of it that has applied for $12 million ing government meetings
Newsroom ...... (305) 296-689 turn and a soft real estate market up to $20,000 to help with down in state funding to build 50 new, and events are scheduled
e .(305) 296-6989 may help jump-start Key West's payments. one-bedroom apartments at for broadcast on Comcast
Advertising......(305) 296-6989 efforts to address affordable "In order to get into affordable Poinciana Plaza behind the Channel 76:
Fax...................(305) 296-1924 housing. housing, the biggest hurdle is Searstown shopping center on Monday: Keynoter
There are three different initia- making a down payment," Mayor Dunlap Drive candidate forum (repeat),
E-mail tives now under way. The latest Morgan McPherson said. "I think "Everything looks favorable," 5 p.m.
keynoter@keynoter.com came early last week with the we'll see 20 homes that will be said AIDS Help Executive 5 Tuesday: County
inspection of an 11-unit apart- able to close because of this." Director Robert Walker, adding Planning Commission
Missing your paper? iment building on Eisenhower Funding for the program is that the application was approved (repeat), 10 a.m.; election
If your newspaper is not Drive by Habitat for Humanity. derived from a $300,000 code and the underwriting process can returns. 7 p.m.
delivered by 6:30 a.m. (7:30 Bob Calhoun, executive direc- compliance settlement, between now begin. r Wednesday: Mara-
a.m. weekends, holidays) tor of Habitat's Lower Keys-Key the city and the Galleon Resorts AIDS Help has 332 clients, hen City Council (repeat),
call (305) 743-5551, ext. 12, West chapter, said the faltering and Marina at 617 Front St. The said, half disabled with AIDS. thon C Council (repeat),
before 10 a.m. for redelivery. real estate market has actually Homebuyer's Assistance Plan is "They're the ones most diffi- 5 p.m.
call tollee 1-800-441-0444.
On wollfeekends o-r0a-ftero made this a good time to secure part of the larger Local Housing cult to maintain stable housing
properties for future use as Assistance Plan, which is expect- [for]. They're the ones that were
affordable housing. ed to go before the City at risk to become homeless," m
FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN "Ownership is a big piece of Commission Tuesday. Walker said.
875-6427, USPS# 0201-620) is it. It's good for the people that To qualify for the Homebuyer's AIDS Help has requested the
published semi-weekly by Florida
Keys Keynoter, PO. Box 500158, live there and it's good for theAssistance Program, the following $12 million from the Florida
Marathon, Florida 33050-0158. community at large," he said. eligibility terms must be met: Housing Finance Corp., a tax-
Subscription rates are $41.93-in The property inspected by Applicants .must make at credit program that is used to Keys Information Station
the Keys. Your Keynoter home Calhoun and the city's affordable least 70 percent of their income jump-start low-income housing Channel 5 News
delivery subscription includes housing coordinator, Paul from employment in Key West. throughout the state.
Keys Sunday and the Sunday
edition ofThe Miami Herald. Clayton, is at 712 Eisenhower The housing unit must be Walker said once the Monday- Friday
Keynoter mail subscriptions: Drive between mile markers 0 and 40. Poinciana project is complete, the 6:00 p.m.
$47.70 in Florida and $45 out-of- At this stage, the goal is to The applicant cannot own a 30 units of low-income housing 8:00 p.m.
state. Please call for all other estimate renovation costs on the second home and must live in the currently occupied by AIDS Help 9:00 p.m.
rates, including overseas mail.
Periodicals Postage Paid a t building and determine interest unit. clients would continue to provide
Marathon, Florida and additional level in purchasing it for conver- Household income may not housing. Adding another 30 units Keys news daily
mailing offices., sion to affordable rentals, exceed 140 percent of the means "nobody is going to be from the staff of
SClayton said. Monroe County annual median forced to move," Walker said. The Keynoter,
POSTMASTER:Address changes Walt Lee, the listing agent income (currently $65,200), so Fantasy Fest fundraisers The Reporter and
to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, P with Flagler Realty, said the ask- income cannot exceed $91,280. raised $206,000 for AIDS Help. Keys Sunday,
BOX 500158. MARATHON, FL, nity at ll"on saide wha tax
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Keys News


Celebrating our past


Keynoter,


Dogs might get


Field of Dreams


Puppy plans
now focus on
Rotary Park
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


By DAN GALLAGHER


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The single train car now visible at Knight's 1971. No%%
Key w .as owned by the Royal American Show la center for PI
circus) for more than 20 years before coming to
rest at Knight's Key. Although the car \as once
the property of the Florida East Coast RailwaN. it

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Pholo by CHARLES ANDERSON


Marine
Marine


debris.

Trash causes
problems on
land and sea


* Pier House finishing
up $10 million redo .
* Lodging show opens
nel. doors
* hereee the candi-
date: stand on climate
Change e


If you donate it, they will
come.
That's what Citizens Group
for a Marathon Dog Park
Chairwoman Mary Stella told
the City Council when City
Manager Clyde Burnett sug-
gested a possible dog park be
constructed at the Field of
Dreams Rotary Children's Park
rather than the events field
between 98th and 99th streets.
"We'd love to look at it. It's
a dream for, us to have a dog
park, so it seems appropriate
that the Field of Dreams might
be able to be expanded for
that," Stella said at Tuesday's
meeting.
Stella presented the council
with a business and conceptual
plan that outlined what some of
the costs would be. The plan
included the city donating an
acre of land at the events field,
but Burnett suggested moving it
to an unused parcel on the front
portion of the Rotary Park.
The park is at U.S. 1 and
75th Street.
Longtime Marathon resident
Bettye Chaplin spoke against
the dog park, saying the events
field is too valuable to the city
to donate an acre. The city pur-
chased the 10-acre waterfront
lot, which also houses City Hall
trailers, for $1.4 million in


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Keys briefs


Housing options Three workforce housing prop-
erties there remain available at
are available $190,000. The new town-
\homes are three bedrooms and
The Middle Keys Cor- 2.5 baths.
munity Land Trust has upcom- Also, orientations for people
ing events to show off its avail- interested in home ownership
able housing. in Marathon are set for 10 a.m.
An open house is set for 11 today and 6 p.m. Tuesday at the
a.m. to 2 p.m. today and Marathon fire station at Florida
Sunday and 5 to 7 p.m. Keys Marathon Airport.
Wednesday at Woods Corner, For more information call
281 Woods-Ave., across from tihe M4iddle keys "Community
SCo a "'Sho6rs' 'High "School' 'Lanid Trtist" a 743-5'64.


l^^k it Up a HeWSSandsl Kpig ide OinluXiffamYa"? rai


2003.
"If we can't use it, we should
sell it. You could probably sell
it for $5 million," Chaplin, a
real estate agent, said. "I hate to
be against it because I know
good people have come for-
ward, but the city doesn't have
a right to donate a portion of
this away."
The latest proposal suggests
approximate costs of $24,300.
That includes $14,000 for fenc-
ing and installation, $1,000 for
a rules sign, $7,000 for water
hookup, $1,200 for four bag
dispensers and receptacles for
dog waste, and $2,100 for four
benches.
Burnett pointed out the
Rotary Park already has a water
source, which would avoid the
water hookup cost.
The council was supportive
of a dog park, but several mem-
bers were wary of spending tax-
payer money on a "luxury" item
in struggling economy.
"I don't object to a dog park,
but I don't think now is the time
for the city to spend money on
it. I would never support a per-
manent use of city land and I
think using the other park as a
possibility should be looked
at," Councilman Don Vasil said.
"That front section is under-
utilized," Vice Mayor Chris
Bull said of the proposed
Rotary Park site. "It has a lot of
shade;. it has a bathroom facili-
ty, parking and a water outlet. If
we donate land and they can
come up with the funds, that
should be the reward."


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Keys News


Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY
CHIEF GOES FOR A RIDE: Key West Police Chief Donie Lee
takes a test ride on the police model of the T3 Thursday. A
trainer from the California-based T3 Motion brought it to Key
West-for instructional and demonstrative purposes. Lee says
the vehicle would be great for event security because of
heightened Visibility and mobility but City Manager Jim
School says there's no funding for them. However, the Key
West post office will use one for mail delivery.


Diver dies


Saturday, November 1,2008 5


DICK RAMSAY:

PRAISE & SUPPORT
ENDORSED by the Marathon Free Press Newspaper: "Dick
Ramsav understands the Alarathon community' u'ell." "He is a
businessman with decades of experience.
"His ideas are already generating buzz around town, on bulk
buying to reduce sewer lateral costs." "He has a solid plan for
spreading costs for sewnering."
"His initiatives spread beyond sewers each one at least worthy of
further examination. Ramnsav came to the race prepared and has a
sleuw of ideas that could benefit both city coffers and residents
wallets."
"RAMSAY IS OUR PICK FOR CITY COUNCIL."

ENDORSED by the Marathon and Lower Keys Association of
Realtors: "After extensive questioning of all Cit' Council
Candidates, u'e find DICK R.AAISAY more than qualified for the
post" "the Marathon and Lower Ke's Association of Realtors
Endorses Dick Ramsay."

PRAISED by the Marathon Journal: "Dick Ramsav has the most
going for him." "know's Alarathon residents, and their
concerns., and understands the basic issues.
"Cin' Council Candidate Dick Ramsay has been bold enough to
come up u'ith ideas, plans, and solutions before being elected. That
is commendable and something quite new in Alarathon elections.


Rough waters
apparently part
of the reason
Keynoter Staff
A North Carolina woman died
after scuba diving Thursday off
Key Largo,. despite her
boyfriend's attempts at mouth-to-
mouth resuscitation in the water.
Joanne Page, 51, was pro-
nounced dead after a state marine
officer raced her to shore.
Page and companion Eugene
Jackson, 58, of Salisbury, N.C.,
were on a dive at French Reef
from the commercial dive vessel
Sea Star out of the It's a Dive
dive center, according to the
Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
Jackson told deputies they
dove together on the shallow reef
but surfaced about 100 yards
Behind the dive boat. They tried
to reach the-vessel but couldn't


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make headway against the cur-
rents and rough water.
After about a half-hour on the
surface, Jackson said, Page fell
behind. "When he looked back,
her head was under water,"
Sheriff's Office spokeswoman
Becky Herrin said.
High seas prevented the dive-
boat crew from spotting the two
on the surface. A head count after
the dive showed two were miss-
ing, so the crew called for help in THE
searching the area.
A Florida Fish and Wildlife ENDO
Conservation Commission offi-
cer found them. "Jackson [was] V tl
still struggling and attempting
rescue breathing," Herrin said. Maratho
Page's death apparently is the' p..i B-. r ^r.
Keys' first scuba-related fatality
since lobster mini-season in late
July. Six people have died during
or after scuba diving locally so ,'VT -'h
, fa in 2008.Apother five perished
while snorkeling or freediving. .


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For Marathon City Council: Snead, Ramsay,


Eight candidates are run-
ning for three t\o-Year seats
on the Marathon City
Council.
Nlalor Pete \Vorthington is
running for re-election, seek-
ing his second consecutive
term (he also served one other
term, from 2002 to 2004), as
is fellow incumbent Marilyn
Tempest.
Also in the running are for-
mer Mayor John Bartus, who
served three consecutive
terms from 2000 through
2006; two political newcom-
ers; and three others who've
previously run.
The newcomers have made
quite a splash. Ginger Snead,
a physical therapist and busi-
ness owner, has run on a plat-


form of bringing fresh eyes to
city government. Allen
Pedersen. a retired airline
manager, is running on a plat-
form of better planning and
more accountability.
The familiar faces are Dick
Ramsay, a retired business
owner who ran in the first City
Council race following 1999's
incorporation; Kevin Woodland,
a licensed landscape contrac-
tor who also has previously
run for council; and "Bicycle"
Joanie Nelson, who has run in
virtually every race.
The three highest vote get-
ters of those eight will win
council seats.
Snead says the "everyday
person" living and working in
Marathon didn't get involved


or sta\ involved after the
cit\'s founding. She's made a
point of becoming better edu-
cated on issues and the many
challenges.
She's smart enough to say
"we can't turn back the
clock," and focuses on part-
nering -with businesses,
tourism officials and residents
to revive the local economy.
And Snead has pointed to
the commercial and recre-
ational fishing sectors as vital
for Marathon's future, not just
tourism. We like her cam-
mon-sense approach to iden-
tifying solutions.
Ramsay, once considered a
long shot, has proposed some
breakthrough ideas.
We particularly like his


thinking about po
city's buying power
costs for lateral s
nections and explore
cost alternatives
hydrants on Grassy
He's also propose
ing building permi
one year to jump
moribund economy
landed with a dull
asking good ques
challenges the. "bi
usual" crowd.
Of the three mo
enced candidates
Worthington deserve
term.
He was among
council members tc
fire insurance pren
better coverage froi


Worthington
oling the -'ied":.
to reduce M4ipping, gld .
ewer con- locations:'(wJf-A crews
ing lower- pump water from" canals-
for fire when no hydrants are near-
Key. by). This was months before
d suspend- the June 4 fire that destroyed
t fees for the house. where Robert
-start the "Rocketman" Hudson was
.That one living.
thud. But Worthington represents the
;tions, he fishing industry in a commu-
isiness-as- nity that can ill afford to turn
its back on the maritime roots
st experi- that made this place. He
running, makes his living with his
es another hands. and that counts for
something. It keeps him
the first grounded.
o focus on For Marathon City Council,
liums and we recommend Snead,
m pressur- Ramsay and Worthington.


Return prosecutor Kohl, but hold his feet to the fire


Dennis Ward is angry.
He spent 29 years as a
Miami Beach -cop before
deciding that too many crooks
were getting off easy. After
law school and then a brief
stint as a prosecutor in
Monroe County, the
Democrat now works the
other side as an attorney with
the Public Defender's Office.
He's still angry and he
-hopes to unseat two-term
incumbent Mark Kohl, a
Republican who is making his
bid for a third four-year term
after successfully wresting the
top prosecutor post from his
then-boss, Kirk Zuelch, in
2000.
This race has generated lots


of personal jabs over how the
State Attorney's Office is run,
how much Kohl pays his top
assistants and how little trial
experience Ward's resume
offers.
Ward says he'd eliminate
the highest-paid administra-
tors, freeing up more salary
for young prosecutors, many
of whom are hired right out of
.law school and leave after one
or two years.
Kohl says turnover for
young _prosecutors in his
office tracks closely with
turnover in the Public
Defender's Office and blames
state-set salaries and the high-
er cost of living in the Keys as
factors driving turnover.


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If the decision boiled down
to who brings the most court-
room experience to the table,
Kohl would win hands down.
Indeed, unlike his predecessor,
Kohl likes to try cases himself
instead of delegating all court-
room work to deputies.
Critics say that's because
Kohl spends little time man-
aging the office, relying on
his able No. 2s, Catherine
Vogel and Jeff Overby, to
handle administrative duties.
Kohl also gets some knocks
- deserved for refusing to


talk directly to the media, cit-
ing guidelines promulgated
by a national trade association
of state attorneys as his justi-
fication even though noth-
ing in Florida Bar rules or
state statute gives him cover
for hiding out like he does.
Instead, he's hired a part-
time public affairs representa-
tive who fields calls from the
press and generally runs inter-
ference for the state attorney.
Kohl has been slow to pros-
ecute Sunshine Law viola-
tions and has a weak record


on the use of grand juries to
investigate public corruption.
He points to a 2007 grand jury
report critical about construc-
tion problems at Key West
International Airport as rebut-
tal. But after eight years in
office, his record on rooting
out public corruption is weak.
Despite that, Ward doesn't
have the experience or tem-
perament needed in this key
job. Voters should return Kohl
but keep the pressure on him
and his office to aggressively
investigate public corruption.


Sawyer's track record speaks for itself


The campaign for supervi-
sor of elections in Monroe
County has been largely low
profile, perhaps because five-
term incumbent Harry
Sawyer Jr. has faced no
opposition for so long.
Democrat Henry Woods
hopes to unseat the
Republican supervisor by
championing more aggres-
sive voter education for the
'6ffil, '.
., ,Wdods, ,has,. made an issue


of Sawyer's name appearing ciency for years, even when
on campaign materials visi- big-city election offices in
ble when voters visit any of Palm Beach, Broward and
the election offices, includ- Miami-Dade had been
ing nail files with Sawyer's plagued by missteps, lost bal-
name imprinted, lots, erratic electronic voting
That's a distraction, machines and more.
Sawyer was early to adopt To paraphrase the old
optical scan equipment when adage, if something's not
other elections supervisors broke, why fix it? Sawyer
were wooed by sales teams has run a good, clean elec-
peddling electronic voting, tions department and
Mdnrbel, Coinfy ,. elections,, cdeep as anotherr fo6ir years
have been a model of effi- to do his job.








Keys Opinion


Saturday, November 1, 2008 7


Slaton, Vanden Brook

both worthy of judgeship


The campaign for Monroe
County Circuit Court judge to
replace the retiring Judge Sandra
Taylor giyes voters two experi-
enced jurists who have labored for
years in the halls of justice.
Tegan Slaton has more experi-
ence as a litigator, but Mary
Vanden Brook helped create the
widely applauded Family Court
before becoming Circuit Court
administrator in 2005.
Vanden Brook has raised the
specter of Slaton's conflict of inter-
est, since he's married to Rosemary
Enright, Monroe County's elected
public defender.
Slaton said he'll have to recuse
himself from criminal cases where
the Public Defender's Office repre-
sents the accused. But he notes
similar dual-career situations occur
in three other judicial circuits. And
he points out Vanden Brook was


director of the Guardian Ad Litem
program, which safeguards the
rights of kids whose families are
caught up in the judicial system,
for five years, and that presents a
conflict of a different kind.
Judges in Monroe juggle work-
loads, with criminal and civilcases
assigned as needed.
Slaton has served as a prosecutor
in state child-support cases and
was the first magistrate of Monroe
County's Traffic Court in 1999, a
post he held until last year.
Vanden Brook spent five years as
a public defender in Wisconsin
before moving to the Keys in 1988,
where she worked with the
Guardian Ad Litem program from
1990 to 1995.
Both are well qualified and vot-
ers can count themselves fortunate
to have such strong candidates to
fill this six-year judicial post.


Our recommendations


Following are the recommen-
dations published by The
Reporter and Keynoter newspa-
pers for the Nov. 4 election.
You can read all the recent
campaign coverage on www
.KeysNet.com.
-U.S. Congress: Ieana Ros-
Lehtinen.
Monroe County sheriff: Ken
Davis.
Property appraiser: Chris
Sante.
Elections supervisor: Harry
Sawyer Jr.
Schools superintendent:
Randy Acevedo.
State attorney: Mark Kohl.
County Commission: District
1, Kim Wigington; District 2,


Letters of local interest are wel-
come, but subject to editing and
condensing.There is a 400-word limit.
Letters must be signed.
Anonymous letters will not be pub-
lished.
Include a daytime phone num-
ber (which, will-not be published)


Heather Carruthers; District 5,
Sylvia Murphy.
Marathon City Council:
Dick Ramsay, Ginger Snead,
Pete Worthington.
Mosquito Control Board:
District 1, Joan Lord-Papy;
DistricL4, Daniel.Zieg.
TraumaStar referendum: Yes.
A two-hour candidate forum
hosted by yhe Keynoter, The
Reporter and Monroe County
Channel 76 will be rebroadcast
Monday on Comcast Channel 76
from 5 to 7 p.m.
Or you can see the Webcast of
that forum on the Monroe County
Web site, www.monroecounty-fl
.gov/Pageslindex. Click "Video
on Demand."


where you may be reached if
there are questions about your
correspondence.
Send your letters to:
Mail: Editor, Keynoter, RO. Box
500158, Marathon, FL 33050
E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com
Fax: 743-6397.
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Keynoter photo by MARGARET MENGE
Owners of land at Stock Island's working waterfront would be helped if Amendment
6 passes.


Despite economy, some properties
had to have their assessments rise


EDITOR:
Much of the time lately, I think I have
been in this career field much, much too
long, and yet it seems'that it hasn't been
long enough to grow a thicker shell.
You see, I work for the Monroe County
Property Appraiser's Office, where staff
works very hard to serve the public and is
often maligned for its efforts.
First of all, let's address Amendment 6.
The issue of property taxes has been in the
news a lot over the past few years, with
many campaign promises made and few
kept. Amendment 6 creates a constitutional
promise, if you like, that must be kept.
This is one of those areas where the
Property Appraiser's Office has been
unfairly criticized for doing its job correct-
ly under the law, as it is mandated to do. If
this were not the case, why would we need
a constitutional change to "fix this prob-
lem?"
Passage of Amendment 6 will allow
working waterfront properties to be valued
according to their present use and not
based upon market values indicated by
developmental forces. A "yes" vote will
create a tax climate in which working-
waterfront property owners will not be
forced to sell because of the burden of tax-
ation. This concept can be pushed to other
types of properties, but again, it requires a
change to the state Constitution.
Secondly, I have heard a lot lately about
how some commercial property values
increased in 2008. This is true, and it is
because the market evidence indicated that
these properties needed to be increased.
Commercial properties are no different
from residential properties in that their, tax-
,able values shdold be as fair and equitablee
's possible. To'ensure fairness, if any


property owner thinks his or her property
value is incorrect, they should speak with
staff at the Property Appraiser's Office or
file a timely petition with the clerk of
courts.
This year, commercial property appeals
were represented in their typical annual
numbers by tax reps, accountants, apprais-
ers and attorneys. Some of the appeals
have a legitimate basis but many, in fact,
are appealed every year, year after year, by
the same tax reps representing the same
clients every year, year after year. This is
simply their business model, like filing
income taxes. Trust me on this, commer-
cial properties are well represented.
Residential property owners should be
very interested in this also because taxes
are levied on the cormnunity value at
large. By this, I mean that every market
segment (homesteaded residential, non-
homesteaded residential, multi-family,
commercial, condominiums, vacant land,
etc.) contributes to the total tax base.
If any one segment is undervalued, then
other market segments subsidize those tax
dollars. If commercial properties are
undervalued, then the residential property
owners pay a disproportionate share of
taxes.
As always, if we can be of any assis-
tance or if you have questions, please do
not hesitate to contact the Property
Appraiser's Office or myself personally.
Karl D. Borglum
Assistant property appraiser
Marathon, Key West
and Plantation Key


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Keys Opinion


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This is LifeNet's helicopter and crew at Lower Keys Medical Center.

LifeNet's critics aren't completely informed
EDITOR: fers, thereby incurring a greater cost
Air Methods/LifeNet believes the for patients.
best and most appropriate way to LifeNet does not have exclusive
deal with the TraumaStar referendum contracts with any hospitals. The hos-
is by providing factual information pitals, after evaluating our service,
that can be objectively evaluated, have selected LifeNet to be their prb-
Air Methods/LifeNet is a "super ferred provider, but nothing prevents
certificate" with the Federal Aviation the hospital, physician or patient from
Administration and has dedicated using another service.
FAA staff that exclusively works The LifeNet helicopter is slower
with Air Methods. Air Methods is the than TraumaStar? Not true. The
sixth largest air carrier certificate the Sheriff's Office Web site and person-
FAA manages. Air Methods has dedi- nel state that their helicopter has an
cated non-flying aviation staff air speed of 155 knots. LifeNet's EC
assigned to compliance and safety. 135 helicopter also has a rated air
As such, we have many redundant speed of 155 knots by the manufac-
systems to ensure safe and compliant turer, Eurocopter.
operations. During the hurricane warnings for
Air Methods is the largest opera- Monroe County this season, Air
tor of EMS helicopters in the world Methods provided Monroe County
and flies 150,000 hours annually. It hospitals three helicopters to evacu-
would take TraumaStar 300 years to ate their critical patients out of a
fly this many hours, potentially dangerous environment.
Air Methods abandons communi- While we won't dispute that
ties? Not true. TraumaStar has highly trained per-
Air Methods acquired Corporate sonnel, we disagree that their quali-
Jets, one of the larger air medical ty/capabilities are higher than
companies, in the fall. With this LifeNet's staff. Our staff's skills
acquisition came several Corporate meet the highest standards by the
Jets bases in Florida, creating an accrediting organization of the indus-
overlap of duplicated services. Air try and maintain their skills through
Methods merged their programs in an exclusive agreement with Jackson
Lake County and Osceola County to Health System.
provide a more efficient system to And we are the only air medical
provide service to those communi- provider in Monroe County that has
ties. In fact, both counties have any- floats on its helicopter in case of a
where between three to five air med- water emergency landing. This safety
ical bases providing service to their practice is a standard by operators
community, all capable of covering who travel across large areas of
the entire county with service in 15 water.
minutes or less. Randy Layman
As for thlqseyhg say Air ., "- FIqricga. director;
Methods/LifeNet-has-an exclusive rr AiMethods Corp.
contact for hospital-to-hospital trans- Miami


Keynoter


The letter writer says TraumaStar is essential for medical needs in the Middle
and Lower Keys.

TraumaStar is least-costly lifesaver


EDITOR:
As Election Day is rapidly approach-
ing, and I continue to read about
Commissioner Sylvia Murphy's opposi-
tion to the continuation of Monroe
County's TraumaStar medical helicop-
ter, I am appalled at her lack of support
for our county-operated air ambulance
and her lack of concern for residents
living outside the Upper Keys Health
Care Taxing District, particularly when
the nonbinding resolution allows the
Upper Keys to opt out of the program if
they so choose.
As much as no one likes to think
about the possibility, anyone living in
the Keys, especially the Middle and
Lbwer Keys, could be the next acci-
dent, heart attack or stroke victim that
needs a life-saving airlift to a Miami
hospital. Commissioner Murphy appar-
ently has a plan for the air transport
needs of Upper Keys residents, buitjas


forgotten about residents in the remain-
ing areas of Monroe County.
I can't speak for everyone, but if I
were suddenly hit with a $20,000 or
$30,000 bill to pay for an airlift, which
is highly probable with a private air
ambulance, my family would be devas-
tated financially. Many of my friends
and neighbors do not have medical
insurance, 'and TraumaStar would guar-
antee them, as Monroe County resi-
dents, access to an air ambulance with-
out causing them financial devastation.
I appeal to my friends, neighbors
and all residents of Monroe County to
please vote Tuesday to retain our dedi-
cated TraumaStar helicopter, to contin-
ue saving lives, and guarantee that this
wonderful, cost-effective service will
always be available to all residents of
Monroe County.-.
Mary Fineberg
Marathon


'One Weekend Only' was truly special


EDITOR:
On behalf of the Marathon
Community Theatre, I want to say thank
you to the entire Keys community for
attending and contributing to our annual
fundraiser, "One Weekend Only."
The cast and crew, back-stage and
front-of-the-house workers are 100 per-
cent volunteer. Thousands of hours go
into the production of all our shows. The
performers, musicians, behind-the- .
scenes workers and front-of-the-house
volunteers are to be commended for the
dedication and passion they'give.
I want to especially thank the local
restaurants who so graciously donated
food for the champagne picnic immedi-
ately following the performances both
Friday and Saturday nights. They are
Castaways, Fish Tales, Quiznos, Stuffed
Pig, Frank's Grill, and Arizona Iced Tea.
SWheniyQ(itLvsit onb of these bfsifiess6s',
I hope you will personally thank them


for their support of the theater.
In addition, our membership provided
countless pounds of food that was happi-
ly consumed by over 200 attendees.
Chrissy Royse hand-made the decora-
tions that turned our gallery into a won-
derful, happy barnyard. Burdines
Waterfront Restaurant donated gift cer-
tificates awarded to lucky ticket holders
from a drawing. The Marathon Yacht
Club is always there lending us tables
and linens. Terry McBroom from Wild
by Nature donated the tallest flower
arrangement I've ever seen and Larry
Benvenuti took hundreds of pictures of
the event, performance and patrons.
I can't begin to mention everyone by
name, but if you were in the building, I
thank you. We live in a wonderfully gen-
erous community.
Loretta Geotis -
'" General manager' -'.
Marathon Community Theatre


8 Saturday, November 1,2008







Keynoter


Keys News


Saturday, November 1,2008 9


Keyi other photo by RYAN McCARTHY
This portion M Atnrathon's b,..e path, just before the Seven Mile
Bridge, is finally -b_, 1., -aired. since Hurricanie Wilma
c'- -ec' ,,, it's been a -:r e'rous pt ice to.cycle.


DOT finaiy


fixing bike path


It was wrecked
3 years ago
during Wilma
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon cyclists will soon
not have to worry about taking an
unexpected dip in the ocean near
the Seven Mile Bridge.
The Florida Department of
Transportation has finally gotten
around to fixing the bike path just
before the bridge, which was
badly damaged in 2005 during
Hurricane Wilma.
According to DOT
spokesman Brian Rick, the work
entails replacing the embank-
ment, placing a filter fabric on
top of the slope, placing rocks
and boulders to resist future ero-
sion and replacing the damaged
bike path itself. The work'will be
done on the same footprint.
The. cost for the repairs is
$206,636, which is being paid by
the federal government through
DOT. The city has no costs asso-
ciated with the project.
The DOT is working on three
other .improvement projects in
Marathon: Near the Vaca Cut
Bridge ($83,667), a small site on
the gulf side near the Island
($26,117) and on Grassy Key,.
where storm surge erosion has
,,~ u ~t -,. U .


approached the highway
($238,617).
Rick said these projects are
four of 22 Keyswide in the
Hurricane Wilma Washout
Repair Project. The $7.22 million
contract with Atlantic Civil Inc.
was executed June 30 and work
began Aug. 30.
"The contractor has 365 cal-
endar days to complete the work
at all 22 sites identified.
However, the work that incorpo-
rates the bike path in Marathon is
expected to be completed by
January 2009," Rick said.
Fixing the bike path has come
up at Marathon City Council
meetings in the past. The city
couldn't get going on it even if it
wanted to because it's DOT prop-
erty.
"It's been in the pipeline for a
long time. We've known about it
for two or three months because
they're the same company doing
the work behind Office Depot,"
City Manager Clyde Burnett
said.
Those roads are being repaved
and having stormwater piping
installed as part of yet another
project.
"We're so happy that's getting
done because it was dangerous,"
Burnett said. "It takes FDOT
awhile to finally, core pot, with,
some.kind of production.' -


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Where to vote


Be sure to
bring photo
identification

Following are polling sites
for Tuesday's election. Voters
should check their registration
cards to verify their sites. Polls
are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Photo ID is required.

Precinct 1: Jaycees
Clubhouse, 3825 Flagler Ave.,
Key West.
Precincts 2 and 3: Key
West High School, 2100 Flagler
Ave.
Precinct 4: Martin Luther
King Community Pool, 300
Catherine St., Key West.
Precinct 5: Old City Hall,
510 Green St., Key West.
+ Precinct 6: St. Mary's
Convent, 724 Truman Ave., Key
West.
Precinct 7: Key West Fire
Station, 1604 N. Roosevelt
Blvd., Key West.
Precinct 8: Glad Tiding
Tabernacle, 1209 United St.,
Key West.
Precinct 9: Senior Citizens
Plaza Auditorium, 1400
Kennedy Drive, Key West.
Precinct 10: Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, 3424 Northside Drive,
Key West.
+ Precinct 11: Key West
Baptist Temple, 5706 Maloney
Ave., Stock Island.
Precinct 12: Big Coppitt
Fire Station, mile marker 10.
Precinct 13: Sugarloaf Key
fire station, mile marker 18,
Sugarloaf Key.
Precinct 14: Cudjoe Key
Sheriff's Office substation, mile
marker 21.


Precinct 15: Sea Base,
miler marker 23.8, Summerland
Key.
Precinct 16: First Baptist
Church, 300 Key Deer Blvd.,
Big Pine Key.
Precinct 17: Moose Lodge,
,Wilder Road, Big Pine Key.
Precinct 18: American
Legion, 4115 ,Overseas
Highway, Marathon.
+ Precinct 19: First Baptist
Church, 200 62nd St., Marathon.
Precinct 20: Presbyterian
Kirk of the Keys Church, 8877
Overseas Highway, Marathon.
Precinct 21 and 23:
Marathon Moose Lodge, 11601
1st Ave., gulf, Marathon.
+ Precinct 22: Key Colony
Beach City Hall, 1600 W. Ocean
Drive, Key Colony Beach.
+ Precinct 24: Islamorada
library, mile marker 81.7,
Islamorada.
Precinct 25: Plantation
Key Courthouse, mile marker
88.8, Plantation Key.
+ Precinct 26: Immanuel
Lutheran Church, mile marker
90.2.
Precinct 27: Elks Club,
mile marker 92.5, gulf,
Tavernier.
Precinct 28: American
Legion, mile marker 99.5, Key
Largo.
Precinct 29: Key Largo
Civic Club, mile marker 100,
Key Largo.
Precincts 30 and 31: Key
Largo library, Trade Winds
Plaza, mile marker 101.5, Key
Largo.
Precinct 32: Key Largo
Baptist Church, 835 Largo
Road, Key Largo.
Precinct 33: Academy at
Ocean Reef, North Key Largo.


less briefs


Crashes closes most
of North Roosevelt

Key West's busiest road was
virtually blocked for an hour and
a half Friday afternoon when a
scooter and a car collided.
The crash occurred at 2 p.m.
on North Roosevelt Boulevard.
To deal with the crash scene,
police closed down three of the
boulevard's four lanes until
arbund 3:35p:ila': .i : "


The man riding the scooter
was airlifted to Ryder Trauma
Center via Monroe County's
TraumaStar air ambulance.
Only the outer lane nearest
the water remained open until
the crash scene was cleared.
Police routed outbound traffic
up Kennedy Drive. And
motorists were urged to use
either Flagler Avenue or South
Roosevelt Boulevard if headed
toward Stock Island.


Keynoter






Keys News


Saturday, November 1,2008 11


Mosquito -Control candidate still jailed


But he can
still cast ballot
from his cell
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

District 1 Mosquito Control
Board -candidate Andy
Williams will find out the
results of his election Tuesday
from a cell in the Monroe
County Detention Center -
but he can still vote.
Williams was arrested Oct.
21 and is being held with no
bond after violating his proba-
tion by failing a drug test on
Oct. 16.
As of Friday, the
Republican hadn't cast a bal-
lot. But.he has until the end of
polling Tuesday to write a let-
ter to Elections Supervisor
Harry Sawyer designating


someone to
pick up an
absentee bal-
lot for him.
That person
can then take
it to Williams
at the jail. If
She fills it out,
WILLIAMS his designee
would then
return it to the elections office.
According to Williams'
attorney, Richard Wunsch, a
hearing is set for Nov. 6 at
8:45 a.m. before Circuit Court
Judge Mark Jones. Wunsch
didn't comment on the partic-
ulars of the case but said
Williams has already entered a
denial.
"On the 6th, we [formally]
enter a denial and either the
denial stands and the judge
sets an evidentiary hearing or


you can enter into an admis-
sion and he's sentenced," he
said.
Wunsch said if a hearing is
set, it would likely be in late
November or December.
This is the second time
Williams will appear before
Jones for violating his drug-
offender probation. The proba-
tion is the result of a felony
cocaine possession charge.
Williams was arrested and
released Aug. 29 three days
after defeating Pat Unferth in


the Republican primary for
missing a scheduled drug test.
He then missed another drug
test and was jailed for nine
days before being released
again Sept. 30.
Adjudication has been
withheld on the initial drug
charge, meaning Williams is
allowed to remain on the bal-
lot to face 16-year incumbent
Joan Lord-Papy, a Democrat,
in a rematch of the 2004 race.
State Attorney's Office
spokesman Matthew


Helmerich has said Williams
would be forced to vacate the
seat if he wins the election and
is then adjudicated guilty of
the felony charge.
The troubles seemed to
mount for Williams Friday.
That's when a weekly Key
West newspaper printed a
story claiming Williams
appeared in a gay pornography
video in 2002.


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10,000 lose power
in Key West Friday


the Kennedy Drive substation.
The fault occurred when
water used to keep various com-
ponents of the substation cool


SSome 10,000 Keys Energy during ongoing maint
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3 of 5 stores sold
alcohol to juvenile


Three of five stores deputies
checked to see if they were sell-
ing alcohol to minors did,
according to the Monroe County
Sheriff's Office.
Wednesday, in an effort to
educate bar and store workers on
the laws governing underage
drinking, detectives sent a minor
into the five stores to buy booze.
The results, according to the
Sheriff's Office:
At Hog Heaven in
Islamorada, the bartender, Joshua
Welch, sold alcohol to the under-
cover operative. He was issued a
notice to appear in court.
At the Tom Thumb conven-
ience store at mile marker 97, the
clerk sold the alcohol to the juve-
nile. That clerk "was educated in
the state law regarding sale of
alcohol to minors" and issued a
warning.
The clerk at the Hess gas
station at mile marker 100 sold
alcohol to the juvenile. He also
was issued a warning.
At the Tom Thumb at mile
marker 87, the clerk checked ID
and didn't sell alcohol to the
minor.
The Whistle Stop Bar in
Islamorada checked ID and did-
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McCain in the National
Student/Parent Mock Election.
More than 5,900 Keys stu-
dents from kindergarten to the
12th grade .cast ballots in the
vote, which nationally has pre-
dicted the eventual presidential
winner in at least the past three
elections.
According to an MSNBC.com
report, 2.6 million votes had been
counted nationally through


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Democrats Sens. Obama and Joe
Biden at 62.1 percent of the vote
and 34.2 percent for Republicans
Sen. McCain and Gov. Sarah
Palin. Independent Ralph Nader
was third.with 1.3 percent.
In the Keys, Obama led with
69.7 percent (4,142 votes),'fol-
lowed by McCain at 27.4 percent
(1,627), Green Party candidate
Cynthia McKinney at 1.6 percent
(96) and Libertarian Party candi-
date Bob Barr at 1.3 percent (77).
Obama led Florida in the
mock election with 63.2 percent
of the vote. However, Jeanne


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Lunch being served
during Election Day
The Marathon Church of God
figures that after trying to get
through the long election ballot,
you'll have a big appetite.
That's why it's hosting what it
calls the All American Meal Deal
at the comer of U.S. 1 and 74th
Street oceanside from 10 a.m. to
sunset Tuesday.
Hot dogs, chips, soda and
homemade apple pie will be
available for purchase. Proceeds
will go to Keys Area
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TraumaStar has
open house today
The Monroe County's
Sheriff's Office has an open
house today three days
before Election Day so
people can tour its TraumaStar
medical transport.
A nonbinding referendum
on the ballot asks voters
whether they are willing to
keep TraumaStar operating or
whether to ground the service.


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Office hangar at Florida Keys
Marathon Airport. The flight
nurses, medics and pilots will
be there. There will also be
free blood pressure checks,
refreshments and "honorary
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Tough times for fish houses


Demand drops
to dangerously
low levels
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The downturn in the national
economy extends its chilly fin-
gers into the freezers at Florida
Keys fish houses.
Sales of stone-crab claws and
:lobster caught in the Keys have
dropped to worrisome levels,
said Peter Bacle, president of the
Stock Island Lobster Co.
"Lobster and stone crab are
not at the top of the list when
people go to buy necessities,"
Bacle said.
The overseas market, primary
customers for Stock Island
Lobster Co. and several other
Keys fish wholesalers, has all


but vanished, he said.
"The biggest part of our lob-
ster these days goes overseas to
Europe and Japan. Those sales
are practically at a standstill,"
Bacle said.
"It's really tough," he said.
"The price paid to fishermen
keeps dropping because of the
Slow demand. It's getting to the
point where the boats may not
fish anymore because they can't
make money."
Fishermen facing higher costs
for boat gas and fishing gear
seemed to be surviving early in
lobster season because of higher
dockside prices. But catches
have dropped since Hurricane
Ike, and wholesale prices are
going down.
The effect on stone-crab fish-
ing has been significant, Bacle
said.
"Normally, boats working out


of [Stock Island Lobsteri fish
about 20,000 crab traps," he
said. "I'd estimate only about
2,000 to 4,000 traps are in the
water right now. I'm looking at
huge piles of crab traps. The
guys are waiting to see what hap-
pens."
Business also is off at the
family owned Key Largo
Fisheries, said Tom Hill, but he
said the season must be consid-
ered part of the reason.
"It's slow every year at this
time," Hill said of the fall, when
fewer visitors typically are in the
Keys.
"The numbers are down but
not that much from the same
time last year," he said. "It's not
as busy as it has been in years
past, and certainly not as busy as
we'd like. I expect it's part of a
cycle."
Key Largo Fisheries' retail
business has its slow days,
although weekends usually, are


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Tom Hill of Key Largo Fisheries says business at the fish house is
off but could regain steam this winter. Prices on lobster and
stone-crab claws have dropped.


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busy with more visitors from
South Florida, he said.
Wholesale business from
local restaurants also has seen
"somewhat of decline," Hill said.
"It goes back to tourism. People
aren't here to order seafood."
Off-season events 'like
Fantasy Fest and Upper Keys
festivals help, Hill said.
"I think part of it is the elec-
tion," Hill said. "People are wait-
ing to find out who wins the
election. ,Whoever it is, then
they'll know what to expect and
go back to business."
Bacle said the sudden slow-
down in seafood demand caught
many. fishermen by surprise.'
"For the last 15 or 20 years,
we had a product that was in
demand pretty much all the
time," he said. "I've been in the
business a long time and seen
times before when it was hard to
find people to buy our lobster.
But I don't know if I've seen this
exact situation before."
"For a lot of the younger fish-
ermen, this is a new thing,"
Bacle said. "Some of them don't
fully grasp it yet."
Hill said he wants to remain
optimistic about the future. "We
haven't had a hurricane, and the
boats aren't racing to pull their
gear out of the water he said.
Retail customers can look for
discounts on some seafood
prices, Hill said. Lobster has
dropped about.$l-per pound, and
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Card Sound Road curve called feasible


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


The cotton mouse may have to
move a short distance, but a new
curve at the North Key Largo
intersection of Card Sound Road
and County Road 905 should
keep traffic moving, state con-
sultants said Thursday.
A series of six alternative
designs for a new intersection
were unveiled at a public work-
shop at the Key Largo Holiday
Inn, an event attended by about
10 members of the public who
were nearly outnumbered by a
contingent of Florida Department
of Transportation officials and
consultants.
According to.a DOT timeline,
construction on the road improve-
ments could begin in 2012. The
most expensive proposal is esti-
mated to cost $3.6 million, con-
sultant John Romero said.


The project "basically pro-
vides an intersection that will
mean better hurricane evacuation
of the Keys," Romero said.
Card Sound Road serves as an
alternate route to U.S. 1 in a hur-
ricane evacuation, and could be
the main route if an accident
blocks U.S. 1.
The possibility of replacing
the T-shaped intersection has
been under consideration since
2003, when local emergency
management officials became
alarmed at the slow flow of evac-
uation traffic on Card Sound.
The issue is complicated
because two environmental pre-
serves, the Dagny Johnson Key
Largo Hammocks State Park and
Crocodile Lake National Wildlife
Refuge, flank the road.
Hardwood hammocks found at
all corners of the intersection and
the nearby scrub mangrove habi-


tat are owned by the government
to protect "threatened or endan-
gered species," environmental
consultant Jeff Marcus said.
Of those endangered species,
the Key Largo wood rat and Key
Largo cotton mouse are of most
concern, he said.
"Key Largo is the extent of
their habitat and range," he'said.
"They are nowhere else."
A two-year study of the area
looked for all signs of endangered
species, he said. "No wood rats
were found, but we caught 18
cotton mice."
No more than a half acre of
protected wetland would be
affected by any of the proposals,
officials said.
Crocodile .Lake Refuge
Manager Steve Klett said the cur-
rent plans "probably are some-
thing that can be done."
"With some reasonable miti-
gation, we could actually see a
gain in usable habitat," Klett said.


American crocodiles, Schaus
swallowtail butterflies, tree snails
and other protected species on
North Key Largo don't appear
likely to be affected by intersec-
tion work, accordingto the state.
All of the most likely designs
feature a curve that would allow
northbound traffic to keep mov-
ing without stopping for an inter-
section.
Romero said a design known
as Alternate 2C "best balances the
engineering solution with mini-
mal environmental effects."
That road plan has a 150-foot
turning radius through the curve.
Only traffic turning north from
Card Sound toward Ocean Reef
and southbound traffic from


Ocean Reef toward Key Largo
would have to stop.
Currently all traffic must come
to a stop.
"We are very concerned that
the design take-into account the
daily local traffic," said David
Ritz, executive director of the
Ocean Reef Community
Association. "They all seem to do
a pretty good job with hurricane
traffic but we don't want that to
be the only issue."
One possible design, he said,
has some traffic stopping twice.
"We don't want to wind up with a
confusing intersection," he said.
An October 2009 hearing is
planned to discuss final design
proposals.


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City starts writing


new ROGO


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com


S i WW H! !Conceding the city had fallen
behind, Key West Planning
i' yXi, pX ,wahy~.# I -. Director Amy' Kimball-Murley
on Thursday sat down with city
commissioners in a special work-
shop to discuss a revised building
permit allocation system.
It's. in response to a February
M ark Kohl court ruling that said the city's
previous rate-of-growth ordi-
State Attorney nance, known as ROGO, had
expired and could no longer be
used to allocate permits.
City planners will focus
immediately on drafting a new
ROGO, Kimball-Murley told
commissioners. The main objec-
tive will be to clarify language
Harry Saw yer, Jr. governing the purchase of tran-
sient rental licenses, which led to
Supervisor of Elections four lawsuits between the city
and Matilde Ramos, owner of the
Southernmost House.
As a result of those suits,
Circuit Court Judge Wayne
Miller declared the city's ROGO
ordinance ended in 2002 and
ruled invalid an extension under-
Fred Co va rd taken by then-Mayor Jimmy
Weekley and the City
Monroe County Schools Superintendent Commission at the time.
Following Miller's ruling, the
city implemented an emergency
zoning-in-progress ordinance
that effectively put a six-month
moratorium on development
other than for affordable housing.
That designation has been
S Ro s extended and will remain in place
Carlos Rojas until this coming February.
County Commission, District 3 What happens when a new
ROGO ordinance is put in place,
expected sometime in January?
"No, we're not going to see a
bunch of market-rate develop-
ment,!' Kimball-Murley said.
"We don't have many market-
rate allocations to give right
now."
Bill Shaw But she did say the new
ROGO ordinance would also
Mosquito Control, District 4 codify a process for tracking and
monitoring allocated permits that
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District One. Carlos Rojas, Republicanfor County Commissioner District Three ROGO system," Kimball-Murley
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SRepublican,for Mosquito Control Board District Four. said. She began working full-
tine with the city in early July. "1
think this is more about tracking
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nance is.part of a larger process
of updating the city's state-man-
dated land-use plan,
Kimball-Murley said the land
plan is the Planning
Department's "Bible," adding
that "the city got very behind [in
updating it through the years].
We haven't had the opportunity
for the community to engage in a
conversation about where they
want to go."
The land. plan was adopted in
1993 and established ROGO. It
also deals with future land use
and hurricane evacuation, among
other planning concerns.
McPherson said city staff
needs to focus on producing a
"detailed approach and timeline
as soon as possible on the com-
prehensive plan."
A new comprehensive plan
will take between 14 and 16
months to draft, vet and have
approved by the state Department
of Community Affairs, Kimball-
Murley said.
"It's important that the [com-
prehensive] plan really reflect a
community vision."
As for ROGO itself, commis-
sioners on Thursday expressed
concern that permit allocations
already issued have become com-
modities traded on the bpen mar-
ket.
Commissioner Clayton Lopez
said that he thinks some people
are hoarding allocations.
Kimball-Murley said allocations
outside the scope of municipal
.regulation are the ones that have
become commodities.
But citing the economic and
real estate downturn, McPherson
said. people sitting on ROGO
allocations is not a big concern,
Smoking, "If anybody wants to
write a check for one today....
You'd get a heck of a deal. They
are a commodity. They will be in
the future."
As far as future allocations
from DCA, Kimball-Murley
said, "What we've observed is
Monroe County and a number of
other municipalities have
received allocations on a yearly
basis. We have not."
Kimball-Murley said that
when the time comes to lobby the
SDCA for more allocations, "We
will be at the table."


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Saturday, November 1,2008 21


ROGO has a long history in Key West


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

1993: Key West adopts its
land-use plan, is a large-scale pol-
icy document designed to provide
standards that guide growth man-
agement. Since inception, the
document has been amended six
times; a comprehensive plan that
included and detailed these
amendments was not produced
until April 2008.


+ 1993: Key West adopts an
ordinance defining a building
permit allocation system (com-
monly known as the rate-of-
growth ordinance, ROGO) based
on the comprehensive plan.
ROGO ties future development to
hurricane evacuation clearance
time; new developments will
only receive permit allocations if
the county's clearance time can


remain under 24 hours.
+ February 2008: Following a
lawsuit between the city and
Matilde Ramos, owner of the
Southernmost House, over her
inability to obtain permit alloca-
tions for her property, Judge
Wayne Miller declares the
ROGO system expired in April
2002. Miller said that when city
officials extended it then, they
violated a Florida Department of
Community Affairs directive that


ROGO was only valid from April
1, 1990, until April 1, 2002. ,
Because the Keys are an Area
of Critical State Concern, DCA
rigorously oversees growth man-
agement.
+ March 2008: After an emer-
gency meeting of the City
Commission to discuss Miller's
decision, market-rate- develop-
ment in Key West is put on a six-


Burnett gets $10K raise


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

As expected, Marathon City
Manager Clyde Burnett received
a ringing endorsement from the
City Council in an evaluation of
his first six months on the job.
Burnett earned $90,000 annu-
ally, but according to his contract
negotiated with City Attorney
Jimmy Morales, the positive
review Tuesday night earned him
a raise to $100,000.
Councilwoman Marilyn
Tempest praised the job Burnett
has done "to fill some big shoes."
He took over for lifetime
Marathon resident Mike Puto,
who resigned the post on Feb. 12
but stayed on as manager until
Burnett was in place.
"I'm happy with the smooth
transition he made, the relation--
ships he's building with other
officials in the Keys and his rela-
tionship with the council,"
Tempest said.
Mayor Pete Worthington said
he was pleased with Burnett's job
during the-recent budget season


and the
K progress made
improving the
city's fire and
rescue service.
Vice Mayor
Chris Bull, in
his last meet-
;ing as a coun-
BURNETT cil member,
BURNETn
BN said he's been
pleased with Burnett's perform-
ance.
"His managing style has
calmed down city hall, especially
when there are fires that need to
be put out. His approach is more
calm to solving problems," Bull
said.
Councilman Mike Cinque was
out of town for the meeting, but
City Attorney Jimmy Morales
told the council Cinque's review
was positive.
Councilman Don Vasil also
supported a positive evaluation,
citing increased morale among
city staff. But he said he was con-
cerned the council was influenc-


ing Burnett's cost-cutting efforts.
"I think things are a lot worse
financially than a lot of us are
willing to admit and I want to
make sure the city is prepared for
the worst and has visions for the
best," Vasil said.
Burnett's contract took effect
May 1 and runs through April 30.


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month hold under what's called
zoning-in-progress. Development
of affordable units can continue,
as can the redevelopment of
existing units that either already
have allocations or were estab-
lished prior to adoption of the
allocation system.
September 2008: The zoning-
in-progress designation is extend-
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Randy Acevedo

Monroe County School Superintendent

As School Superintendent for Monroe County, he has:
strongly advocated for students and employees.
led improvement in Monroe County schools while not forgetting
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Land Trust


opens it doors


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com.


The Bahama Conch
Community Land Trust on Friday
concurrently celebrated its 13th
birthday with an open house at its
headquarters, 305 Julia St., and
launched its new Web site,
www.bahamaconchclt.org,
"The organization has been
around for awhile, but its really
had a growth-spurt recently,"
Deputy Director Wheeler
Winstead said.
Winstead pointed to last
year's November's approval by
Key West voters 'for the Land
Trust to develop 6.6 acres of the
Truman Waterfront into a multi-
use complex .slated to include a
cultural museum and affordable
housing.
Walking tours gave visitors
background information on the
Land Trust and let them view
some 30 completed redevelop-
ment projects. The land Trust
restored rundown and unused
Bahama Village housing into


affordable housing units that
have been deed restricted to
remain affordable for 99 years.
The Land Trust also unveiled
what is being called the Heritage
Housing Program, which details
a plan to convert five houses con-
taining six units into affordable
housing by the end of 2009. The
properties are at 211,213 and 222
Petronia St., 904 Emma St. and
304 Truman Ave.
These undertakings signal that
the Land Trust was undeterred by
recent Key West Commission
moves removing the organization
as redevelopment agent for the city
in Bahama Village, Winstead said.
The newly created Key West
Redevelopment Trust Fund
Advisory Committee will have
seven members, one appointed
by each city commissioner and
one appointed by Mayor Morgan
McPherson. The board will
replace the Land Trust'as the
agent responsible for allocating
tax incremental funding.


wny we are supporting egan ilaron or tircuii Juuge
"We have known Tegan Slaton for many years and know him
to be an honest and down to earth person. As Traffic Magistrate,
Tegan treated all parties with dignity and respect. He listened to
both, sides and ruled according to the law. As an individual,
Tegan has involved himself in many community projects
through Sunrise Rotary, Navy League and the Florida Keys
Children's Shelter. These projects have benefited us all. We
need a judge who cares about the Florida Keys and its residents.
Please join us in voting for Tegan Slaton for Circuit Judge!"
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Vasil's marina


plan fails on vote


Process for
just 20 slips is
sent forward
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynotde.com


Marathon City Councilman
Don Vasil was none too happy
Tuesday' when fellow council
members Marilyn Tempest and
Pete Worthington voted against
his plan to begin the permitting
process for 90 additional wet
slips at the City of Marathon
Marina.
Tempest and Worthington said
they weren't comfortable with
the number of slips and each
advocated it be changed to 20.
That vote passed unanimously.
"This council is short-sighted
and has no vision for the future,"
Vasil said. "I'll take the 20, but
I'll be back for more soon."
Councilman Chris Bull voted
with Vasil for 90 slips but since
Councilman Mike Cinque was
absent, the 2-2 vote meant the
proposal failed.
Vasil's original proposal in
October called for 190 slips to be
built in two phases. It received a
cool response from the council,
though a resolution calling for a
feasibility study at the marina
was approved.
The council discussed a-
scaled-down version of that plan
in July, which called for adding
slips in increments of 20. Vasil
has long contended that Boot
Key Harbor and the marina are
Marathon's most valuable eco-
nomic asset.
"Marathon's unique harbor
will play a part in our future and
expanding access will play a sig-
nificant role in this," he said
Tuesday. "The time to do this is
how. Permitting will take two to
four years and we should get the
Process started so future councils
can see how far they want to take
this."
Vasil even reiterated a state-
ment he made previously when
Worthington questioned the
'amount of available parking
should the marina continue to
-expand.
"Should the parking between
*jhp,. tpiP i p and. the park get so
heasy, I'll ulfd them a parking


garage. I hope parking at the
marina is the biggest problem in
this city in the future," he said.
The marina is adjacent to the
Marathon Community Park.
Tempest and Worthington still
said they'd prefer a smaller num-
ber, even though the resolution
did not include any provisions to
actually build slips.
"If there's a demand for it,
let's be ready for the 90. Let's get
the permits going and quit sitting
around here doing nothing," Vasil
said.
City Council candidate Ginger


Vasil's
original
proposal
in October
called for
190 slips to
be built in
two phases.


Snead also spoke against Vasil's
plan, saying the city has more
important issues to deal with.
"I'm a firm believer we need
private industry to step up and
spend money. We shouldn't be
spending money on things like
this," Snead said.
Vasil agreed with longtime
resident Bettye Chaplin, who said
there is plenty of business for
everyone in Marathon.
"The only reason not to do it is
so special-interest groups can
keep artificially high their invest-
ments. If we do that, it-will
severely limit the volume of
tourists," he said.
Greater Marathon Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director
Daniel Samess spoke on behalf
of his board of directors and said
the resolution empowers future
councils to utilize the marina in
the future.
"We do need the extra slips and
the chamber is in full support of
.edeveloping all .f our marinas,
putilic jnd private, Samess said.


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insurance rates.
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Continue to support fire safety by adding hydrants and
identify drafting locations.
Address storm water and flooding issues as the roads in
Marathon are repaved.
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SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

* 20 Years of Public service.

* Recently, the Florida Secretary of State declared the State of Florida
an official optical scan, paper trail state. But Monroe County has
been an optical scan, paper trail jurisdiction for 15 years --
since 1993
* Recently, the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections Office
registered and preregistered 400 new voters from County high
schools. We also conduct elections for homecoming and class officers
at the high schools, allowing the students to become familiar with
the voting process. We also use high school students as poll workers
on election day.


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
THEIR OWN ROUNDTABLE: Candidates for the Marathon City
Council all eight of them gathered Wednesday for a
forum at the Marathon Government Center. The event was the
brainchild of candidate Allen Pedersen, who recommended
the candidates pay out of their own pockets to book the
room and see the event televised across Monroe County.
Josh Mothner moderated the session.


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Glitch-free Elections

"Monroe County's elections office has long
been ahead of the curve in Florida.
While other counties have been awash in
controversy from voting machine
malfunctions to"chads" Monroe County
has been virtually trouble free as long as
most of us remember."

The Key West Citizen
11/02/2006


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Commission to rank city hall options


Duncan option
is a surprise
to part-owner
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The. Key West City
Commission meets at 6 p.m.-
Tuesday at Old City Hall on
Greene Street, and among agen-
da items is just where to put a
new city hall.
The current City Hall at 525
Angela St. is crumbling, has had
mold problems and is just in
general disrepair.
Tuesday, commissioners are
expected to rank a list of 11 pos-
sible locations for a new city,
hall. Architectural firm mbi/k2m
Architects Inc., the city's
appointed design firm for the
project, recommends the site of
the current city hall or other


parcels at 1400 Kennedy Drive,
620 Palm Ave. or Wickers Field
on Kennedy Drive.
Other options deemed "worth
pursuing" are the site of the
Duncan Auto Mall at 1618 N.
Roosevelt Blvd. and First State
Bank at 1201 Simonton St.
No one told Duncan they
wereunder consideration.
"That was a surprise to'us. We
are not in any kind of negotia-
tions to sell the property or go
out of business," Sheila Duncan.,
a vice president and part owner
of the auto dealership, said
Friday.
As for the First State site,
bank President Karen Sharp
said, "We came to them [the
city] and said we'd be willing to
discuss it. We have a very large
piece of property there. We'd be
happy to sit down with them.
That would continue to be our


headquarters. It's more about
forming a partnership _with
them."
Also on Tuesday's.agenda:
A resolution to approve the
Local Housing Assistance Plan,
the first step of which is imple-
menting the Homebuyer's
Assistance Plan.
The Local Housing
Assistance Plan is a four-year
program intended to meet the
housing needs of the workforce
and expand and preserve exist-
ing affordable units.
The Homebuyer's Assistance
'Plan will provide up to $20,000
as a deferred loan with no inter-
est for 30. years. The loan is
designed to help families who
want to buy a house overcome
down payment and closing costs.
A resolution to enter into
an agreement with the state.
Division of Emergency
Management for a $103,950
grant with a city match of


MONROE COUNTY FIRE CHIEF'S



ASSOCIATION
October 15, 2008
To: Monroe County Residents
The Monroe County Fire Chief's Association endorses and supports the Special
Referendum (Levy of Excess Millage, at Varied Rates, to Operate Trauma Star.)
Trauna Star is vitally important to all residents and tourists of Monroe County. Trauma
Star transports victims of car accidents, trauma heart attacks, strokes and dive accidents to
Miami for treatment. Trauma Star also conducts inter-facility transports, when other
helicopters are unavailable.

For Monroe County residents, Trauma Star only bills your insurance company. Unlike the
private helicopter services that bills your insurance company and you.
Without Trauma Star the residents and tourists of Monroe County will be taking a stop
backwards in emergency medical care.
The residents of Monroe County have control of Trauma Star. With the private
helicopter services we have no control.
Monroe County Fire Chief's Association encourages voters to vote yes on the Special
Referendum (Levy of Excess Millage, at Varied Rates, to Operate Trauma Star).


Sincerely,

Chief Daniel S. Cassel
President Monroe County Fire Chief's Association


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$3'3,750 to be used to install a
pump-assisted, stormwater sys-
tem to quell flooding at the
United Street and George Street
basins.
The timing is coincidental to
massive flooding Oct. 22 that
dumped more than 600 million
gallons of rainwater into the
city's stormwater management


system. More than 7 inches of
rain fell that day.
Assistant City Manager
David Fernandez said last week
that "when you get a rain like we
did the other day at high tide,
you don't have stormwater col-
lection systems of any kind in
-the-world designed to handle that
kind of volume."


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Rojas of Spring's
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Keys briefs


Ohio native head
of diving museum

Debra
Illes
recently
joined the
Florida
Keys
S fHistoan of
Srr \ing
Museum
ILLES as execu-
tih e direc-
tor. Ille is a 2008 graduate
of the ntandel Center for
Nonprofit Organizations at
Case Western Reserve
sUnvers in Cleveland.
where she earned her master's
degree n nonprofit manage-
merit. Prior to mo% ing to
Islamorada. she %worked for
three Nears atThe Holden
.A\lboretum in Kirtland. Ohio
and spent more than a dozen
Flars \rith Cle eland
letsroparks iT n museum store
management.

Candy bouquets
new in Marathon :

Flo% ers bN J and J is
no6 offering candN bou-
quets. The shop is the first
candN bouquet franchise in
the Florida Ke\s. Flowers
b~ J and J w.as established
in 1979. It is no\w one of
more than 800 candy bou-
quet franchises in North
America and around the
n world Flow ers by J and .1 is
at 5800 Overseas Highw ay
in Marathon. To order a
bouquet call 743-5459


Kimberly Berger skipped the business plan when she opened Lion's Lair Swimwear in Islamorada
in 1996 and instead based the business on what women told her they were looking for.


Strong growth leads Lair


Store offers
swimsuits in
range of sizes
By CLAUDIA MILLER
Keys Sunday Contributor


When Kimberly Berger, the
owner of Lion's Lair Swimwear
in Islamorada, started her busi-
ness in'1996, she didn't have a
game plan in mind. Instead, she
looked at the market and built
her business based on conversa-
tions with her customers.
"Lion's Lair has just devel-
oped and grown," she said. "I
didn't set out with a desire to.


pursue a particular path a
business plan the way you're
taught at business school. I
believe that it's the retailer's
responsibility to fill the voids
that the customer is asking for."
What were the customers ask-
ing for? They wanted to choose
from bathing suits in all sizes,
not just the limited offerings at
larger retail outlets.
"The majority of the stores
gear to that perfect size six body,
and most of us out there aren't
like that," Berger said.
"Our aim is to carry more
specialty sizes. We go from an
XXS all the way up to a 32W in


plus sizes. In the store, we carry
over 230 different sizes."
Berger's approach has
worked. She said Lion's Lair
experienced from'50 percent to
60 percent growth for the year,
in part from an increase in her
online sales and a new lingerie
line.
Now she has expanded the
store into the other side of her
building, which used to be home
to the Romance Store.
With the expansion, Lion's
Lair added 1,500- square feet.
About half of that showcases lin-
gerie, with two new fitting
rooms. The area can be curtained


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Spring's

Island Taxi
Islamorada, Marathon

Spring Rojas enjoys the
time she spends on the
road with clients of
Spring's Island Taxi.
"Eery da\ is different.
said Rojas, %ho green up in
the Keys. "You meet peo-
ple and hear their stories.
With our regular cus-
tomers. you get a new
chapter ever trip."
After two \ears as a taxi
driver in Islamorada. Rojas
decided to open her own
company. She started in
the Upper Ke. s last
January) and expanded to
Marathon in July.
"One of mn drivers said
%e should tr) Marathon
and it turned out there is a
lot of demand there."
Rojas said
The cormpan bases a
Cadillac Escalade in
Islamorada and a pair of
Dodge minir\ans in
Marathon
Spring's Island Taxi
pro ides long or short
trips
"We'll take customers
to the airport in Miami or
Fort Lauderdale. or down
to Key West," she said.
"We'll also get you home
safely after a night out
when the car probably
should stay parked."
Special services, like
transportation for wedding
parties, also can be sched-
uled. Spring's Island Taxi
is licensed and insured.
In Islamorada, call 664-
4331. in Marathon, call
797-7191.
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'It's more for every day'


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off to provide more privacy.
The rest of the space is used
for storage and offices for the
online, business.
Berger said Lion's Lair is not
taking over the type of merchan-
dise that the Romance Store was
selling..
"We're carrying foundational
support lingerie. More along the
lines of what Macy's would
carry," she said. "We do have
some pieces that are pretty, but
the intimate apparel that we have
Sis-for putting on underneath your
clothes: It's more for every day."
SThe entrance to the Romance
Store has been blocked to elimi-
nate confusion, but people still
come in'looking for it.
"It's pretty obvious when you
come in that this is a different
type of store," Berger said.
In keeping with her philoso-
phy, thl new lingerie line fits a
full range. of sizes. Bra bands
start-at 28 and the cups go up to
a Bnrish K, the equivalent of an
American O.
Berger said that 85 percent of
women are wearing the wrong


bra size. Women can come in to
Lion's Lair for a professional
measuring session.
"There are very few sources
out there who can give the train-
ing in order to provide the prop-
er fit," she said. "If it's a main-
stream store, they want to keep
their inventory levels down, and
they are going to train their staff
to fit the sizes that they provide


Lion's Lair Swimwear
Location: 82185 Overseas
Highway, oceanside, Isia-
morada
Hours: Open 9:30 a.m. to 7
p.m. every day except
Christmas
Phone: 664-9922
Web: www.llswim.com

rather than what the ideal would
be. We offer a more precise fit."
Right now, Lion's Lair's
main lingerie lines are Fantasie
and Freya, and Berger just added
Panache, which makes a
camisole with a built-in lingerie
bra for larger cups.
"It offers better support and
separation with spaghetti straps
for women who can't normally
wear that type of garment."
Berger said that the response
to the lingerie has been fantastic.
"We've had women driving
down from Miami to be fit.
We've actually had ladies who
found us on the Web site change
their family vacation to come
down here, so they can come
into the shop."


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MARK KOHL has served as
YOUR State Attorney for
nearly 8 years after serving
as Assistant State Attorney
for more than 8 years
in Monroe County

His opponent worked as an
Assistant State Attorney for
less than 2 years before
quitting in 2004. Then he
ran for City Commissioner
of Miami Beach in 2005


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P.O. Box 371023, Key Largo, FL 33037




Dear Residents,
The Key Larqo Fire Rescue & Emergency Services District urges you to:
Vote "NO" to any NEW Monroe County property taxes.

Trauma Star will create an additional $2.4 million tax burden for residents.

From October, 2007 through July, 2008 the average cost per Trauma Transport was over
$29,000.00.


J Has been serving the Florida Keys & Monroe County for over 13 years with
bases in Key West and South Dade,
J Has a backup fleet of 24 helicopters in ready reserve to support our County.
/ Is the largest Air Medical Service Provider in the United States, and never
abandoned a service area they have served.
/ Has Preferred Medical Provider Agreements with all three Monroe County Hospitals,
Jackson Memorial Health System, Holtz Children's Hospital and Joe DiMaggio
Children's Hospital. Trauma Star has no Preferred Service Provider Agreements.
/ Offered a multi-year contract, at no cost, to the County or its taxpayers; and if
requested by the County, will place a helicopter in Marathon.

Trauma Star has outlived its usefulness, and we as taxpayers can't afford to continue it for
tradition's sake!


VOTE:

NO


Data provided by the Sheriff's Office & Air Methods/Life Net. For additional information,
please contact KLFR&EMS Commissioner, Tom Tharp at 305-853-6198.


Paid for by the Key Largo Fire Rescue & Emergency Medical Services District.






Keys Business


Saturday, November 1,2008 29


Smith joins staff at
Mariners Hospital
Podiatrist
Brigette Smith
has joined the
medical staff
at Mariners
Hospital.
Smith will
practice podi-
atry at her
Tavernier
SMIH office and will
also perform surgery at the hos-
pital.
Smith grew up in the Keys
and returned to establish her
practice, preferring to work in a
community-oriented environ-
ment. She was previously in
private practice in Coral Gables.
A graduate of Florida State'
University, Smith received her
doctorate in podiatric medicine
from the Scholl College of
podiatnc medicine She com-
pleted her residency training at
Larkin Community Hospital
and South Miami Hospital.
Smith is accepting new
patients at her office at 9240
Overseas Highway., Suite 1.


Her phone number is 852-8395.

New directors on
Board of Realtors


MAIN


A number
of Coldwell
Banker
Schmitt Real
Estate agents
were installed
as directors
on the Florida
Keys MLS
Board of
Realtors on


Oct. 17 at an installation cere-
mony held at the Elks Club in
Tavernier.
A Kari Maino
of Coldwell
SBanker's
~ Islamorada
MAoffice and
Jamie Martin
of the Key
Largo office
were made
directors and
MARTIN awarded two
of three Florida Keys Board of
Realtors scholarship awards.
Each scholarship is valued at


$500 and is to
Sbe used
toward fur-
thering the
Realtor's pro-
fessional edu-
cation.
me Jamie
n g, Engel, also of
ENGEL Coldwell
Banker's
Islamorada office, was installed
as a director and received the
community affairs award.
"The Board of Realtors will
greatly benefit from the judg-
ment and leadership Jamie
Engel, Kari Maino and Jamie
Martin have demonstrated, and
we very much appreciate their
willingness to put time and
energy toward guiding the
board through a difficult time,"
said Brian Schmitt, the presi-
dent of Coldwell Banker and
the firm's broker.



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KEYNOTER


Keys briefs


Shelter annual
meeting Thursday

Bowie. Md., Cit)
Councilwoman Diane
Polangin, president of the
Business and Professional
Women./USA. is the fea-
tured speaker \ hen the
Monroe County Domestic
Abuse Shelter has tts annual
membership meeting
ThursdaN.
It's at noon at Sombrero
Country Club in Marathon.
Cost is $50 per person ($40
for shelter members).
Proceeds benefit victims of
domestic violencee and sexu-
al assault in Monroe
County.
A special presentation
will be made hononng the
Business and Professional
Women's Club of Marathon
for its continuous comrmt-
ment and dedication to the
shelter the past 10 years.
Shelter Chief Executive
Officer Venita Gar\ in
Valdez is a past Marathon
BPW president and the cur-
rent president of the Florida
Federation of Business and
Professional Women's
Clubs.
To RSVP call 743-5452.

Sunday pig roast
helps Wesley House

Wesle\ House Family
Services, the umbrella
agency for children and
family services throughout
the Ke s. holds its second
annual LazN Pig Roast on
Sunday\ from 2 to 6 p.m. at
the Sugarloaf Lodge, mile
marker 17, Sugarloaf Ke..
The ne% barbecue
restaurant Eat N Gnnn \ ill
be doing the barbecue, and
Marine Bank v\ill be on
hand w ith its hot dog and
hamburger hospitality
wagon. All proceeds benefit
Wesle\ House's Building
for Children Campaign
Cost is $25 for adults and
$10 for children under 12.
There \ ill be music b
Hurricane Duane, a cash bar
and a 50 50 chance dia ming.


Keys Living


Keys students going gourmet

Bistro among plans for Marathon culinary program
By RYAN McCARTHY "
rnccarthy@keynoter.com |


Marathon High School might
be the last place you'd consider
wining and dining an important
client or hosting a business
luncheon. With a portion of a
$1.6 million state grant, school
officials are working to change
that perception.
Principal Harry Russell said
the school plans, by next school
year, to transform a classroom
adjoining the culinary lab into a
restaurant with all the
ambiance of a five-star estab-
lishment. Amadeo D'Ascanio
from D'Asign Source will do the
design.
D'Ascanio hasn't begun
work on it yet but said it likely
would be a "small bistro" with
wooden floors, some booths and
tables. The fluorescent lighting
would be replaced by something
more subdued.
The meals will be prepared
and served by culinary students
with the helplof teacher and chef
Anthony Green. The students
already cater a number, of
events, including serving and
preparing food for Dolphin Sky
Box members during each home
football game. They also recent-
ly catered the Middle Keys
Marine Association dinner.
"They're going to look at
how to take a classroom and
make it look like a nice upscale
restaurant," Russell said. "I told
Amadeo, 'In the business world,
you are building million-dollar
homes. I want you to feel com-
fortable enough to bring clients
here to have lunch.'"
That's just one small part of
the Voluntary Public School
Choice Grant, which the school
received in partnership with
West Boca Raton High School.
The Palm Beach County school
is nationally recognized for its
culinary career academy.
Mark Hooper, schools career
and technical education coordi-
nator, said the grant came about
after he and School District culi-
nary- instructors visited Palm
Beach County culinary acade-
mies last year.
"The grant was designed to
partner two school districts that
-share a-common property -line.


But because we proved our-
selves to. Palm Beach County
that we're serious about our
career programs, and with the
state recognizing that, they went
outside the box and awarded us
the grant between the two dis-
tricts for $1.6 million over five
years," Hooper said.
Monroe County hopes to mir-
ror West Boca's culinary program,
which incorporates core English
and science classes with the culi-
nary program. The goal is for
Green to partner with those teach-
ers on a common lesson plan.
"That way you get to better
know the kids and their needs, so
they have.success and graduate
high school on time," Russell said.
Marathon. has been busy
upgrading its facilities since the
grant money started flowing on
July 1. Thus far, the school has
purchased a new commercial
icemaker, double convection
oven, assorted mixers, serving
carts and hot box. A $40,000
walk-in refrigerator/freezer is in
the planning stages.
Hooper said that although the
grant cannot directly benefit
Coral Shores and Key West high
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Keynoter photos by RYAN McCARTHY
Marathon High School students (top) work to prepare a
luncheon for journalism students, school officials and local
reporters during Media Day Oct. 21. Principal Harry Russell and
the students showcased the school's new campus. Marathon's
Mercury Marine Lab (above) has 45 Mercury engines 35 9.9
horsepower and 10 75 horsepower that students are able to
strip and rebuild in class. It's just another part of the school's
variety of career and technical education' classes: .








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Saturday, November 1,2008 31


Keys briefs


Wine tasting set
for Thursday night

Kelly's Caribbean Bar, Grill
& Brewery in Key West has a
wine tasting set for 7 p.m.
Thursday at their 301 Whitehead
St. location.
Reservations are required for
the $65-per person, five-course
meal, which is slated to start at 7
p.m. Contact Kelly's at 293-


8484 to obtain a reservation
form. Wines from Oregon and
Washington will be highlighted.

Surgeon discusses
stomach ailments

General surgeon Orlando
Morejon will discuss assorted
stomach pains and their treat-
ment Nov. 11 at a free Mariners
Hospital seminar, "Stop Belly


Aching." The seminar will be
held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the
main conference room of the
hospital, mile marker 91.5.
Morejon will review the sig-
nals sent by your stomach that
let you know it's time to consult
a general surgeon. He will cover
ailments such as gallstones, kid-
ney stones, ulcers and perforated
bowels. The program is free but
reservations are required. To
reserve a space, call 434-3400.


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Marathon High School construction students work on a home
the school is producing for Habitat for Humanity of the Middle
Keys. It's scheduled to be completed by June and is being
built by completely by the students with the help of instructor
Glenn Naklicki.

They train for life


SCHOOL / From 30

schools, they would benefit indi-
rectly from quality surplus
equipment and the professional
development being learned from
West Boca.
"We're building a career
academy and we'd like to dupli-
cate it to the other two high
schools. The progression will be
to start it here at the smallest
school and expand it to the other
schools," he said.
Russell said the ultimate goal
of any career academy is to
graduate students who possess a
skill and are ready to be valuable
assets to the community.
"We want restaurant owners
to understand that we're produc-
ing a kid right now that can ben-
efit you," he said.
The same goes for the
school's other career and techni-
cal education programs.
In the school's construction
lab, instructor Glenn Naklicki is
working with students to build
an actual home for Habitat for
Humanity of the Middle Keys.
Scheduled to be completed by
June 2009, the three-bedroom,
two-bath modular will be home
to one lucky family.
"There's no better feeling in
the world thah building some-
thing that has value and then
someone else sharess ,in that,


'We're.
building a
career
academy
and we'd like
to duplicate
it to the other
two high
schools.'
Mark Hooper, career and
technical education coordinator


pleasure. These students are
building a house that will be
here long after we are," he said.
In addition, the students will
receive on-the-job training from
local tradesmen, who will
donate their time as the project
progresses.
"Hopefully when these work-
ers come in and see how our kids
are and they need someone over
the summer or on weekends,
they'll offer jobs to these kids,"
Hooper said.
"We have a beautiful school.
Some people say it's too big; it's
not big enough and we're using
it," Hooper said..


IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO MONROE COUNTY VOTERS
FROM SHERIFF RICK ROTH

I have had the honor of serving as your Sheriff for the past 18
years. During my tenure, my -team and I have successfully
reduced the county's crime rate and kept the Florida Keys a safe
place to live and visit. Although I am retiring this year, I want to
be sure that this success is continued. That is why I am endorsing
and voting for Captain BOB PERYAM to be our next Sheriff.
Bob Peryam has been a valuable
member of my team for the past 27 -
years and I know that he has the
experience and skills to be a great
Sheriff. When it comes to our
safety, we can't afford to take a risk
ona candidates who are not as
familiar with the Keys and the
Sheriffs Office as Bob Peryam is.
Bob Peryam has the honesty, Captain Bob Peryam.with Sheriff Rick Roth
integrity and leadership skills
necessary to make the positive changes we need based on his
knowledge of the Sheriffs Office and the community he serves
honorably. Bob will keep our community safe and have Deputies
in our neighborhoods with his community oriented policing
philosophy.
I am convinced that the most qualified person to be Sheriff is
BOB PERYAM. I hope that the voters who care about keeping
our families safej oin me in voting for BOB PERYAM.




SHERIFF RICK ROTH


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GLEE expo


is on Nov. 22


It showcases
how to learn
to go green

The Upper Keys GLEE
Recycling R4 Fair is planned for
Nov. 22 at the Key Largo
Community Park.
Last year's event, held at
Marathon High School, drew
thousands of people to learn
about environmentally best prac-
tices, watch demonstrations of
how to go green and learn about
goods on the market that are good
for the environment.
The R4 Fair, staged by Green
Living and Energy Education,
piggybacks on two events. The
Key Largo Chamber of
Commerce has organized a com-
munity cleanup day from 8 a.m.
to noon that day, and the village
of Islamorada's Keep Islamorada
Parks and Roadways Green and
Clean program is organizing a
cleanup of the Whale Harbor
Bridge area starting at 9 a.m.
The R4 Fair runs from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. R4 stands for reduce,
reuse, rot (composting) and recy-
cling.
The Keys Sanitary and Veolia
waste hauling companies will
demonstrate what can and cannot


be recycled. Keys Sanitary will
also hand out 200 bins to Key
Largo Island residents.
The Upper Keys Garden Club
will provide composting demon-
strations, along with a raffle for a
composer. All Keys Gutters will
demonstrate the use of rainwater
harvesting using a cistern, and
will include a raffle for a cistern.
Groups scheduled to have
booths include Island Dolphin
Care, Dolphin Research Center,
the Audubon Society, Florida
Keys Aqueduct Authority, Key
Largo Animal Shelter, Keys To
Peace, the Beach House Garden
Center and many more.
You can bring your old com-
puters, printers, televisions, ink
cartridges and the like to recycle.
The Key Largo Rotary will
provide hot dogs. and the
Aqueduct Authority will hand out
bottled water. Dave Feder, Nyan
Feder, Micah and other bands
will perform.
Anyone interested in partici-
pating in the fair in any manner
- as a volunteer or manning a
booth, for instance can call
Christi Allen at 942-0808. For
more information about GLEE
go to www.keysglee.com.


- briefs


Animal shelter
spay day Tuesday

The Key Largo Animal Shelter
has its next free spay day set for
Tuesday. Call Marsha at 451-
0088 for an appointment.

Walks for Life
set for two sites

The First Choice Women's
Center has what it calls Walks for
Life planned for Nov. 15 simulta-
neously at the Marathon
Community Park and the Key
Largo Community -Park.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
and the walks begin at 9:30.
Food, drinks and entertain-
ment will be provided to walkers.
For sponsor sheets and more


information, call (305) 245-4673
or 395-2308.
The First Choice Women's
Center is a pro-life ministry and
pregnancy resource center with
offices in Homestead and Key
Largo. There's also a mobile
office on Big Pine Key. Its serv-
ices are free.

Santa pictures
benefit preschool

The Key West Preschool
Cooperative hosfs Santa for an
early visit, from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov.
9, at Smathers Beach in Key West.
Kids can have their photo
taken with Santa under the palms,
but you must bring your own
camera. Cost.is $5, with proceeds
benefiting the co-op. For. more
information call 394-3664.


Saturday, November 1,2008 33


HOLIDAY HELP:
David Ruthenberg
L presents Marjorie
Roberts of KAIR
(Keys Area
Interdenominational
Resources) with a
$500 check from
.A Masonic .Lodge 323
of Marathon. It'll
S help KAIR help
SS T others during the
d holidays.


NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2008 Monroe County Certified Tax Roll
has been received from the Monroe County Property Appraisers and is now open
for collection in the offices of the Monroe County Tax Collector. Taxes are
collected for the following:

All Monroe County Taxing Authorities
All Municipalities within Monroe County
All Special Taxing Districts
South Florida Water Management District

Collection begins on November 1, 2008 at the following locations:


KEY WEST Historic Truman School, 1200 Truman Ave., Ste. #101
Mon, Wed, Fri. 8:00AM-4:45PM
Tues. & Thurs. 8:00AM-5:45PM


MARATHON


295-5010


289-6034


- Sub Courthouse, US Hwy #1
Mon, Wed, Fri. 8:00AM-4:45PM
Tues. & Thurs. 8:00AM-5:45PM


852-7150


PLANTATION Sub Courthouse, US Hwy#1
Mon, Wed, Fri. 8:00AM-4:45PM
Tues. & Thurs. 8:00AM-5:45PM

BIG PINE KEY Winn Dixie Shopping Center
Tuesday thru Thursday 9:30AM-3:30PM

KEY LARGO Tradewinds Shopping Center
Tuesday thru Friday 7:30AM-5:45PM

DISCOUNTS ARE ALLOWED AS FOLLOW:


NOVEMBER 4%
DECEMBER 3%
JANUARY 2%
FEBRUARY 1%


DANISE D. HENRIQUEZ, CFC
TAX COLLECTOR, MONROE COUNTY


MAILING ADDRESS
P.O. BOX 1129
KEY WEST, FL 33041-1129 '


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34 Saturday, November 1, 2008


The Truth

about

Fred

Colvard

Reprinted at the request
of former students, par-
ents & citizens of
Marathon written for Key
West the Newspaper by
Associate Editor, Rhonda
Linseman-Saunders*

Anybody who has been
paying attention knows that
Fred Colvard, a candidate for
superintendent of Monroe
County Schools, has been
nothing short of ruthless in
his quest to oust incumbent
superintendent, Randy
Acevedo. Like many, I'm on
the campaign email distribu-
tion list of both candidates.
Colvard has clearly been on
the attack since very early on.

Colvard's relentless insis-
tence that people look at the
facts finally got to me, so I
decided to dig a little. The
first fact I checked, was his
claim to have been a superin-
tendent in three different dis-
tricts. He's a master at tout-
ing his experience and at
attempting to discredit that
of his opponent.

And as it turns out, he's
not. lying. Colvard .has,
indeed, been a superintendent
three different times. The first
time was 30 years ago up in
Wisconsin- but he lasted
only two years. The next time
was for just one year, back in
1984 in West Virginia; and his
most recent experience as a


superintendent, again for just
one year, was 15 years ago in
another school system in
West Virginia. No wonder he
doesn't understand the role
of technology in education.

The remainder of
Colvard's three decades of
experience in education also
consisted of very short stints
in different districts in Ohio,
Nebraska and Florida. Two
different times, between jobs
in education, he worked as a
manager of a chain of movie
theatres.

Job jumping, alone, does
not indicate an inability to
work well with others, but a
look at his vita did incline me
to check into his local experi-
ence at Marathon High
School where he served
another short stint- this time
as principal for about two
years before retiring, again.
Accounts from his colleagues
and students, as well as news-
paper articles in Solares Hill
and the Marathon Free Press
from that time, indicate that
Colvard may have had a diffi-
cult time connecting with stu-
dents, parents, and staff.

Reportedly, at an assem-
bly on the first day of school,
Colvard, under the influence
of an apparent surge of testos-
terone, asked rhetorically to a
crowd of students,. parents,
and teachers, "Who's your
daddy?" He then provided
the answer: "I'm your
daddy!" The crowd reported-
ly responded with some nerv-
ous laughter, followed by
stunned silence as the sound
of crickets echoed.


A year later, a school poll
indicated that students were
seriously disappointed in
their principal's leadership.
Sixty-two percent gave
Colvard the lowest grade of
"D." Many felt he'd made
promises he just "didn't go
through with" and that they
were upset with his "empty
promises."

Students also reported that
Colvard was "absent from the
halls" and "somewhat
detached from the school."
He admitted that he spent the
first year on the job "learn-
ing"- with up to nine
months spent "analyzing and
watching." Even still, the
Free Press reported that seri-
ous concerns had been pro-
sented by parents, students,
faculty, and the district about
Colvard's frequent absences.

In 2002, he assured the
students that he planned to
stay to see the class of 2007
graduate. He left within the
year. Given the brevity of the
jobs he had previously held in
districts around the country,
that is no shocker.

On June 5, 2002, the Free
Press reported that Colvard
had pulled a story based on
the poll results from the stu-
dent publication, Dolphin
Pride. At that time, Colvard
maintained that the editorial
had "slanted views" and was
"very definitely inaccurate on
a lot of different issues."

At that time, he. also said
the piece was not allowed to
be published because it did
not make its deadline. But the
Free Press was the printer


and distributor of Dolphin
Pride. Production workers at
the Free Press verified that
the article was, in fact,. part of
the newspaper by its produc-
tion deadline, and it was
pulled from the newspaper,
after the deadline passed, at
the school's request.

Colvard'told both the Free
Press and Key West the
Newspaper that he didn't pull
the article. Instead, he said, it
was one of his assistant prin-
cipals, and that he wanted the
story to be printed. Both APs
from that time said last week
that Colvard is not being
truthful about the incident.
The article in question, enti-
tled "Making the Grade" was
written by the Dolphin Pride
editor at that time, Kira
Jensen, and co-editor,
Stephen Bass. They conclud-
ed their editorial with the fol-
lowing words:

"No matter how much
education a school adminis-
trator has, they must be
prepared to listen, and care
for their students, without
giving false hopes and
empty promises.

Now Colvard is selling
real estate, but as we all
know, business is slow.
Maybe he needs a steady
paycheck for a year or two
until the housing market
bounces back. It's difficult to
speculate, but history tells us
he probably won't be around
long, even if he is able to
finagle his way into the job.

*For complete story go to
http://www.kwtnblue.com/2008/10/
page-one-commentary.html#more


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Keys Arts and Entertainment this week
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2008 I CONTENTS 2008 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. I WWW.KEYSNET.COM I PAGE 35


SHOW OF ALL SHOWS: MARC
House artists open One Human
Family exhibit of portraits of Key
West's famous and infamous. See
page 40.

POPS: Founders Park concert
series in Islamorada starts Nov. 29.
See page 38.


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A contestant at the
SPretenders in Paradise
costume competition
strides across the stage,
ready to lift her green
angel wings for judges
and people watching on
the beach below. The
event was held in between
rain showers on Thursday
Oct. 23 at the Pier House
Resort in Key West.

Photo by Margaret Menge



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Shop owners
open late for
holiday shopping
Merchants on Caroline
Street in Key West
are inviting people to
come out and -visit their stores
on Thursday, Nov. 6 from 6-9
p.m. for the First Thursday
Art Walk, held monthly in
this historic neighborhood."
Art@830 Gallery & Studio
features raku-fired clay shoes
by potter JoAnne Bedient,
including a rugged "Gogh
Gogh" boot.
The Key West Art Bar (in
the old Flagler Station build-


ing) is celebrating the open-
ing of its wine bar. The wine
bar is a place where people
can sip on wine or bubbly
while marveling at some of
the coolest art pieces on the
island.
The women's clothing
store blue, at 718 Caroline
St., has some of the hottest
designers, like Nicole Miller,
Tory Burch, DVF, and a num-
ber of premium denim lines.
The Coffee Plantation, a
coffee house and Wi-Fi
Internet cafe in an authentic
Conch cottage, serves coffees,
espresso drinks, teas and
fresh baked goods. This


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Commodores
in Key West

The Navy Commodores
Jazz Ensemble will perform a
free concert on Tuesday, Nov.
4 at 8 p.m. at the Glynn R.
Archer Center for the
Performing Arts, at Key West
High School. The concert is
sponsored by the Key West
High School Band Program.
The Navy's premier jazz
ensemble, the
"Commodores," presents the
finest in America's truly orig-
inal music. A specialty unit of
the United States Navy Band
in Washington, D.C., the
group features 18 of the
Navy's top jazz and big band
musicians.
Since their founding in
1969, the Commodores have
become one of the most
acclaimed jazz ensembles in
the country. Their perform-
ances are high-energy affairs


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that not only pay tribute to
the legendary big bands of
yesterday, but also feature
original compositions by
members of the group. The
Commodores continue to pre-.
serve the great heritage of
jazz while also being an inno-
vative force for the future.
To obtain free tickets for
the Commodores' perform-
ance in Key West, stop by
MacArthur Music 'at 906-E
Kennedy Drive in Key West
or at the Key West High
School main office at 2100
Flagler Ave. Up to six tickets
may be requested by mail by
sending a self addressed
stamped envelope to KW
Band Boosters, P.O. Box
5749, Key West, FL 33040.


month they're featuring jew-
elry by local artist Beth ,
Hodgin. At 713 Caroline St.
Commotion, at 800
Caroline St., is famous for its
full range of simple and ele-
gant natural fiber clothing in
luscious colors and large col-
lection of jewelry from
American and European
designers.
Fast Buck's at Home, at
726 Caroline St., has a bou-
tique collection of contempo-
rary tropical furniture from
around the world.
At Half Buck Freddie's at
920 Caroline you'll find the
style you find at Fast Buck's
but at half the price.
Harpoon Harry's, a
locals' favorite for breakfast
and lunch, is inviting every-
one in for Harry's Happy
Hour. At 832 Caroline St.
At KEY Accents at 804
Caroline, you'll find furni-
ture, lamps, mirrors, pillows,
and accessories. We carry a
large selection of fabrics and
offer Interior Decorating
Services.
Stop off at Pepe's Cafe,
the oldest restaurant in town,
for a complimentary glass of
wine with dinner.
The Red Doors Studio
and Gallery at 812 Caroline
has original hand printed
watercolors by local artists as
well as a variety of colorful
Haitian metal sculptures.
Around the corner at 313
Margaret Street, Style Key
West's resident artist Sherry
Sweet Tewell will be on hand
for a live demonstration,
painting her accent pillows.


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Keys Movie Times


REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 2940000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* Zack and Miri Make a Porno (R): 1:25,4:25, 7:25 and 10:00 p.m.
* Changeling (R): 1:00,4:00, 7:05 and 10:10 p.m.
* High School Musical 3 (G): 1:20,4:15, 7:15 and 9:50 p.m.
* Pride and Glory (R): 1:10, 4:10, 7:10 and 10:05 p.m.
* Saw V (R): 1:30,4:30, 7:30 and 10:15 p.m.
* W. (PG-13): 1:15,4:20, 7:20 and 10:20 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* Religulous (R): 2:30,5:15 and 7:45 p.m.
* The House of Adam (NR): 4:15 and 8:15 p.m.: Monday 4:15 and
6:15 p.m.
* Whaledreamers (NR): 2-15 and 6:15: No 6:15 show on Mondacy.
* The Secret Life of Bees (PG-13): 2:00, 5:00 and 8:00 p.m.

MARATHON COMMUNITY CINEMA
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743.0288
* Nights In Rodanthe (PG-13): Weekdays: 7:00 and 9:30 p:m.;
Saturday and Sunday: 2:00, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

TAVERNIER TOWNE CINEMA
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
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Keys Arts & Entertainment


Pops in the Park series


Season starts
Nov. 29 with
patriotic theme
T he Pops in the Park season
of themed outdoor con-
certs will begin on Nov.
29 this year at Founder's Park in
Islamorada. Through the dedica-
tion and support of the Florida
Keys Community Concert Band
members and supporters, the
monthly performances are being
offered free this year.
Concertgoers should plan to
bring lawn chairs and quilts to
these Saturday afternoon corr-
certs in the park.
Conductor Robert Sax will
direct more than 40 volunteer
members through each concert's
repertoire. A professional pianist
and educator, Sax is a graduate
of the Berklee College of Music.
The season begins on Nov. 29
at 4 p.m. with a patriotic
"American Family Celebration."
Given the Keys' traditionally
balmy weather, holiday songs
often are the only way to detect
the change of seasons. So it is
with the Dec. 20 concert
"Holiday Traditions."
"Hooked on Classics" is set
for Jan. 31, to be followed by


The Florida Keys Community Concert Band will give a first
concert of the season on Saturday, Nov. 29 at Founders Park.


"From Bach to Beatles" Feb. 28.
A "Florida Heritage Concert",is
to draw visitors and residents
alike March 28.
The season finale showcases
student musicians who volunteer
throughout the season, gaining
real-life performing experience.
At the "Young Musicians
Concert" set for April 25, stu-
dents are to be presented certifi-
cates and awards honoring their
level of commitment to the com-
munity concert series.
In addition to these free con-
certs in Islamorada, an extra hol-


iday concert titled "Sounds of
the Season" is set for 4 p.fi.
Saturday, Dec. 13 at Key Largo
Community Park at mile marker
99.6 oceanside.
Young audience members can
make music of their own at the
concerts when concertmaster
Susan Bazin, a professional
flutist and music educator, loans
them play instruments such
as maracas and cymbals near
the end of each performance. For
more information about the con-
cert series, e-mail keysconcert
band@aol.com.


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CAMP kids to host
premier of 2008 DVD
The Educational Coalition
for Monroe County and the
students of the Cultural
American Music Program
(CAMP) are presenting the
premier of the CAMP per-
formance DVD "Where the
Magic Happens" on Nov. 2 at
the Marathon High School
Auditorium from 6-9 p.m.
Food and live music to follow.
Admission is $10, free to
CAMP students wearing a
CAMP T-shirt. All proceeds
will benefit CAMP 2009. For
more information please call
743-6215.

Aviation day in
Marathon November 8

The Florida Keys Chapter
of the Experimental Aircraft
Association is to sponsor its
annual Aviation Day at the
Florida Keys Marathon Airport
on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. The family-ori-
ented event is free and open to
the public. The Marathon air-
port is at 9400 Overseas Hwy.,
bayside.
Designed to intrigue every-


one interested in aviation, the
event is to showcase more than
20 different aircraft including
World War II military aircraft,
home-built aircraft, new air-
planes, and planes in govern-
ment service such as aero
Medical rescue, law enforce-
ment and mosquito control.
Through the EAA's Young'
Eagles program, young people
ages 7 through 17 can take
free planes rides (with proper
permission).

Fourth season of
Walk on Winn Dixie

The Big Pine monthly
promenade is back! The prom-
enade starts up for the season
on Nov. 7 from 7-9 p.m. with
dozens of businesses partici-
pating in what's called the
'Walk on Winn Dixie' and
everyone from the Lower Keys
invited to attend.
The Walk on Winn Dixie is
held the first Friday of each
month at the shopping center
on Big Pine Key from
November through April.
Businesses are open late and
there's lots to see and do.
On Nov. 7, author Nicky
Laak aiOl wildlife artist Deb
LaFogg-Docherty will sign
copies of their new book
"Woodrat Jill" at the Key Deer
Bookstore, and Bobby D' and
the No Slack Living Room
Band will play Dixieland jazz
for all to hear. Enjoy
Pizzaworks samples and some
delicious coffees from Bagel
Island with homemade goodies
at the Artists in Paradise
Gallery.
Also participating in the
Walk on Winn Dixie on Nov. 7
are Big Pine Chiropractic,
Now Showing Video, The
Buck Store, Joe's Pawn Shop,
Cyber Center, GMAC,
Pizzaworks and Bert and
Frannies.
The Key Deer Refuge
Visitor Center will host a
Grand Prize Basket filled with
bookstore gifts with a value of
$50. Visit each business on the
check-off list you receive from
participating businesses and
drop off at the Refuge Center
for a chance to win. There
will be other raffles too, dis-
counts at Keys Collections and
art prints donated by the
Artists in Paradise Gallery.


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Marathon Theatre
looking for volunteers

Marathon Community
Theatre (MCT) has scheduled
a Volunteer School on
Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m.
at the theatre located at 5101
Overseas Hwy. in Marathon.
Volunteers are needed to
help build sets, paint, sew and
mend costumes, serve as ush-
ers, work in concessions, help
decorate for parties, make
brownies or cookies and dis-
tribute posters and brochures.
There is an insurance
requirement to be a member
of MCT. Membership is $10
for a single member or $15
for the entire family. All
members are entitled to free
dance classes, chorus, work-
shops, or other activities held-
at the theatre. In addition, all
members are invited to quar-
terly general membership
meetings and.the awards party
at the end of the season.
Bring a friend to the train-
ing and sign up to have some
fun this season. RSVP to 743-
0408 or gm@marathonthe-


ater.org.
For more information about
Marathon Community
Theatre, contact Loretta
Geotis, general manager, at
743-0408 or gm@marathon
theater.org. Visit the theatre's
Web site at www.marathon
theater.org for details of
events and opportunities.

Call for artists for 15th
annual Pigeon Key show

Nov. 7 is the deadline for
submitting applications for the
Pigeon Key Art Festival to be
held February 7-8 at the
Marathon Community Park at
mile marker 49. This tradi-
tional fine art show has been
rated among the top 200


shows in the nation by a.
Sunshine Artist Publications.
It is tropical in theme and lim-
ited to the following cate-
gories: watercolor, acrylic, oil,
graphics, drawings, pastels,
photography, sculpture, glass,
pottery, jewelry, and fine
craft. The entry fee is $17'W
per booth plus a $15 jury fee.
Applications may be obtained
by calling Renee at 289-9555
or by e-mailing your home
address to: reneeshainl@hot
mail.com.
All proceeds go to the
Pigeon Key Foundation, a
nonprofit organization
engaged in the restoration and
preservation of the historic
railroad island in the middle
of the Old Seven Mile Bridge.


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Key West Art &
Historical Society
awards scholarship.
Jean Azard, a 15-year-old
Haitian who attended the
Key West Art and
Historical Society's ArtCamp
this summer, is the recipient
of the society's first student
scholarship.
"Jean has demonstrated a
maturity, commitment, and
self direction which are -
unusual in a child his age and
it should be fostered and nur-
tured," said Suzanne Pereira,
the society's curator of educa-
tion, in announcing the schol-
arship award.
A donation of $300 would
enable the.museum to buy
enough art materials to, get
Jean started on his painting
vocation. Board member
George Fontana suggested the
Key West Art and Historical


Society
establish
"The
Budding
Artist
Scholarship
Fund" to
help Jean
and other
AZARD future prom-
ising emerg-
ing artists with materials and
lessons.
The society recognizes that
these are difficult financial
times. Any donation from as
Little as $10 or more will help
fund this new scholarship
program.
For more information, log
on to wivw.kwahs.org.
Click on 'The Budding Artist
Scholarship Fund link' to
learn about the scholarship or
to make a contribution on
line.


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Side by Side on Simonton Street


Happy hour at
the Bottle Cap:
Show next door
On the evening of
Friday, Nov. 7 the
Florida Keys Council
of the Arts presents "Side by
Side on Simonton" a pair
of events to showcase the arts
in Key West.
At the Bottle Cap Lounge,
there's a Happy Hour with
Aqua Idol winner Vanessa
DiGennaro performing, along
with Aqua Idol finalists Mary
Deasy and Maj Johnson and a
number of other local singers,
musicians and dancers. All
tips will be donated to benefit
the Arts Council.
SAnd across the parking lot
at the Gato Building at 1100




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Simonton, there will be an
opening reception for an
exhibition of portraits by the
ReMARCable artists of the
MARC House art program.
The show will feature por-
traits of many local politi-
cians and celebrities both
famous and infamous.
The MARC House art pro-
gram, directed by Doug
Morris, was started three
years ago as a program to
benefit the citizens of the
MARC House. The seed
money for the program came
from a grant from the Arts
Council.
The Florida Keys Council
of the Arts supports visual,
literary and performing artists
and cultural organizations
throughout the Keys. Staff
members work to connect
artists with one another and
also to connect them to audi-
ences in the Keys. The coun-
cil promotes art and culture
daily on the web site
www.keysarts.com, through a
quarterly KeysArts brochure,
and weekly in KeysArts e-
mail newsletters. The council
also gives scholarships and
grants.
.All are invited to the join
the arts council on Nov. 7
from 4-8 p.m. for "Side by
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Gato Building on Nov. 7. An
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held from 4-8 p.m. The MARC
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Saturday, November 1
Key West City-wide clean-
up day starting at 7:30 a.m. with
donuts and bagels at the Oldest
House Museum at 322 Duval
Street. The group will be clean-
ing up Duval and side streets.
Gloves and trash bags provided.
Marathon Garden Club
Fall Festival all day at the
Marathon Garden Club at mile
marker 50 bayside. Music, activ-
ities for children, raffles, educa-
tional booths and vendors with
orchids for sale.
Create an Artist's Web Site
from 1-5 p.m. at The Studios of
Key West at 600 White St. This
class, taught by Joe Kukella, is
designed to give artists an
overview of the options for using
online web-based tools to create
an effective web site. Cost is
$125, or $100 for members of
TSKW and Arts Council mem-
bers. Call 296-0458 for more
information.
Marathon Jaycees Scarathon
from 8 p.m. to 1 am. at the
Jaycees building on 33rd Street
in Marathon. This is an adults-
only Halloween party with a cos-
tume contest to be judged by a
panel of local celebrities. Tickets
are $15 at the door.

Sunday, November 2
Art opening: Janet Margaret
Mueller's "A People Sticks its
Neck Out" from 5-8 p.m. at The
Studios of Key West in the
Armory at 600 White St. This -is
a show about politics and peace,
scheduled to coincide with the
presidential election. On exhibit
at the Studios through Nov. 15.
John Frinzi and the Coral
Reefer Band from 5-9 p.m. at
the Hog's Breath Saloon at 400
Front St. in Key West. This
singer-songwriter from Lakeland
mixes country, rock and roots.
Frinzi is joined by Nashville steel
guitar great Doyle Grisham of the
Coral Reefer Band. Last night.
No Plane on Sunday Party
from 7 p.m. till midnight at the
Schooner Wharf Bar in Key
West, featuring Jim Morris and
the eight-piece Big Bamboo
Band. To celebrate the last day of
Parrotheads in Paradise 'Meeting
of the Minds' gathering.
Meeting of the Key West
Poetry Guild from 8-10 p.m. at
the Guild Hall Gallery at 614
Duval St. in Key West. The Guild
meets on the first Sunday of
exerp month Same.timne Open to
all who are interested'in poetry.


with numerous entertainers and
the opening of the "One Human
Family" show of portraits by the
ReMARCable artists of the
MARC House across the parking
lot at the Gato Building.
Presented by the Florida Keys
Council of the Arts.
Acoustic Thunder from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. at The Bull, at the
corer of Duval and Caroline
streets in Key West. This band,
led by Fremont John, got its
name after playing at the Bull,
and recorded a live CD here on
Sept. 29, 2001.

Saturday, November 8
Reception for Alexei


Butirskiy from noon to 10 p. l.
at the Key West Gallery at 601
Duval St. The internationally-
acclaimed Russian painter will
give a special dedication and
will personalize his art works,
which can be seen in the win-
dows of the gallery. For more
information call the Key West"
Gallery at 292-9339.
"The Key West Picture
Show" at 12:45 p.m..at the
Tropic Cinema on Eaton Street.
B.J. Martin's wonderful trave-
logue parody that captures Key
West as it once was. Every
Saturday. Tickets are $5.

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Sunday, Nov. 2, accompanied by Nashville steel guitar great
Doyle Grisham of the Coral Reefer Band.


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Tuesday, November 4
Film: "Pieces of April" at
3:30 p.m. at the Key West
library. Free. A wayward daugh-
ter invites her estranged family to
her apartment for Thanksgiving
dinner. Rated PG-13.
Line dancing lessons with
Jay Floyd at 7 p.m. at Cowboy
Bill's Honky Tonk Saloon at 610
1/2 Duval Street in Key West.
Zack Seemiller at *
Margaritaville Caf6 on Duval
Street in Key West. The island's
hardest working musician plays
reggae and more through Nov. 9.
Margaritaville is at 500 Duval
Street. For more information call
292-1435.

Wednesday, November 5
Essentials in Cinema at 8
p.m. at the Key West Art Bar in
the old Flagler Station building
-at the corer of Margaret and
Fleming streets. Presented by
Java Studios. For more informa-
tion call 394-3804.

Friday, November 7
Side by Side on Simonton
from 4-8 p.m. This is a celebra-
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Monday, November 10
Meeting of the Florida Keys
Audubon Society at 6 p.m. at
the Charles "Sonny" McCoy
Indigenous Park on Atlantic
Boulevard in Key West. The
guest speaker is Tom Wilmers, a
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
biologist. Wilmer's talk, entitled
"Birds and Beaches, After


Hurricane Wilma" will focus on
the creation and disintegration of
natural beaches by hurricanes
and the impacts to native
wildlife. Surveys and photo-
graphs will be presented.
Everyone is welcome to attend
the talk and the bird walk pre-
ceding the talk at 5:30 p.m.
Bring a dish for the potluck sup-
per. Free.


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in coming Nov. 8

The 15th annual Corvettes in
Paradise show is set for
Saturday, Nov. 8, at Holiday Isle
Resort, mile marker 84 ocean-
side in Islamorada.
Presented by the Florida Keys
Corvette Club, the event is to
feature Corvettes competing for
awards in 20 different classes.
Stock classes include model
years 1953-1967, 1968-1982,
1984-1996, 1997-2004 and
2005-2008. Two street classes
(1953-1982 pnd 1984-2008) will
also be shown.
Prizes for winners in six wash
and show and three modified
classes, along with custom, ZR1,
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tration is encouraged. The entry
fee for judged classes is $35
prior to Oct. 22 and $40 from
that date until the day of the
'show. Display-only class regis-
tration is $20. For more informa-
tion and registration, call 872-
9641 or 923-0098 or visit the
Florida Keys Corvette Club's
Web site at www.flkeys
corvetteclub.com.

Waterfront Playhouse
looking for manuscripts

Monroe County playwrights
are invited to submit their full-
length and one-act plays to the
New Plays in May play-reading
series at the Waterfront
Playhouse. The deadline for sub-
missions is December 31.
One script per playwright will
be accepted.
Scripts and contact informa-
tion (name, address, phone num-
ber) and a self-addressed
stamped envelope should be sent
to New Plays in May series, 812
Thomas Street, Key West, FL
33040. For more information,
call 305-293-9166.


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Check out the Corvettes at last year's Corvettes in Paradise show at Holiday Isle Resort in
Islamorada. This year's event, set for Nov. 8, is to feature Corvettes competing for awards in 20
different classes.


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Muscle cars
returning to
Holiday Isle
Names like Blue Devil,
StingRay and SS have been con-
sidered for upcoming models of
this authentic American sports
car, but an Islamorada show
focuses less on its muscle than on,
its grace, style, beauty and nostal-
gia.
The 15th annual Corvettes in
Paradise show is set for Nov. 8 at
Holiday Isle Resort, mile marker
84. Presented by the Florida Keys
Corvette Club, the event is to fea-
ture Corvettes competing for
awards in 20 different classes.
Stock classes are to include
model years 1953-1967, 1968-
1982, 1984-1996, 1997-2004 and
2005-2008. In addition, two
street classes (1953-1982 and
1984-2008) are to be shown. No
trailers are allowed for the street
classes.
Prizes await winners in six
wash and show and three modi-
fied classes, along with custom,
ZR1, special interest and Z06
classes. A nonjudged, display-
only class also will be open.
David McLellan is scheduled
to be a special guest at the show.
McLellan was Corvette's second
chief engineer, serving from 1975
until his retirement in 1992.
S-Registratit is-set--for;2-to0-5-


p.m. Nov. 7 and 8 to 11 a.m. Nov.
8 at Holiday Isle. Only the first
100 cars to be registered will be
judged.
Judging is to begin at 11:30
a.m. Nov. 8, with the awards
presentation starting at 4:30 p.m.
If there are still slots available,
the cost to enter the judging is


SUBJECT:
Beautification Advisory Board Workshop
Beautification Advisory Board Meeting
Near Shore Waters Committee Meeting
City Council-Staff Briefing Workshop
MONDAY, City Council Meeting
City Hall Offices Closed
Code Board Hearing
Parks & Recreation Meeting


$40. Display-only class registra-
tion is $20.
Partial proceeds are to benefit
scholarships for Keys students
who want to pursue an automo-
tive education. For more infor-
mation and registration, call 872-
9641 or 923-0098, or visit www
.flkeyscorvetteclubicom.


DATE: TIME: LOCATION:
11/4/08 4:00pm Edward Jones Investments, 10065 Overseas Hwy.
11/5/08 1:30pm FDOT, Conference Room, 3100 Overseas Hwy.
11/6/08 6:00pm Marathon Public Library, 3251 Overseas Hwy.
11/10/08 10:00am Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.
11/10/08 5:30pm Marathon Gov. Center, EOC Room, 2798 Overseas Hwy.
11/11/08
11/12/08 6:00pm Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.
11/13/08 6:00pm Marathon Public Library, 3251 Overseas Hwy.


Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered
at any meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purposes he or she may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made; which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The City of Marathon
complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a disabled person requiring special accommodations or assistance, please
notify Diane Clavier at City Hall (305) 289-5020 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance. 10/29/08
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Meetings Scheduled by and with the City of Marathon for November 2008 ,

City Council Members -.. ''. City Manager
Pete Worthington, Mayor / Clyde Burnett
Chris Bull, Vice Mayor -. City Attorneys
Michael Cinque, Councilmember Stearns Weaver Miller
Marilyn Tempest, Councilmember '-- Weissler Alhadeff
Don Vasil, Councilmember TY OF MARATHON & Sitterson, PA
Please note that more than one Marathon City Council/Board/Committee member may participate in the meeting listed.
Please note that more than one Marathon City Council/Board/Committee member may participate in the meeting listed.


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Calling all unsung heroes


Kteys foundation
wants to honor
most dedicated

Nominations for the annual
Unsung Heroes/Volunteers of the
Year program are due Dec. 1.
Each year, the Community
Foundation of the Florida Keys
provides an opportunity to recog-
nize those who have answered the


call of volunteerism and made
valuable contributions to the
community throughout the year.
All Keys nonprofit organiza-
tions from social service
agencies to animal groups and
everything in between can
nominate their unsung hero or
volunteer of the year for recogni-
tion. Nomination forms are
available at www.cffk.org, e-


mailing the Center for Nonprofit
Excellence at npocenter@cffk
.org or by calling-292-1502.
The eighth annual luncheon
honoring the unsung heroes and
volunteers is planned for Jan. 30"
at the Beachside Resort and
Conference Center in Key West.
Lunch will be provided for hon-
orees and their executive direc-
tors and. board chairs, or their
designees. Additional partici-
pants are welcome to attend for


AGENDA'
CITY OF KEY WEST COMMISSION/CRA MEETINGS
OLD CITY HALL, 510 GREENE STREET
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2008 6:00 P.M.


1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
2. ROLLCALL
3. INVOCATION Pastor Timothy Jemly, Impact Community
Church
I. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
5. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
6. PROCLAMATIONS: (Mayor McPherson)
(a) National Runaway Prevention Month
(b) SMART Ride Day
7. PRESENTATIONS:
(a) ServiceAwards: (City Manager)
25-Years Captain Stewart Andrews, Fire Department
Division Chief Craig Marston, Fire Department
35 Years Chief David Fraga,'Fire Department
Retirement Recognition Officer Frank Llama, Police Department
Captain Jerry Smith, Fire Department
Shift Commander Jose (Danny) Gallardo,
Fire Department
Wendy Tucker, Planning Department
(b) City Attorney's Report
(c) City Manager's Report
8. CONSENT AGENDA*
9. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
- *(a) October 7,2008 (Regular)
10. RESOLUTIONS:
*(a) Adopting the City of Key West Local Housing Assistance Plan
pertaining to the Homebuyers Assistance Program of the City of
Key West. (Mayor McPherson)
*(b) Authorizing a reduction in fares for seniors utilizifig the Public
Transit System (Bus); authorizing an adjustment for seniors in-
Lower Keys Shuttle fares. (Commissioner Gibson)
*(c) Granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 6-86 of the
Code of Ordinances to Blue Heaven for an event to take place
during the hours of 7:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. at 729 Thomas Street
on Friday, November 14, 2008. (City Manager)
*(d) Authorizing Southernmost Beach Caf6 the use of City property
at 1405 Duval Street for a reggae fest benefiting the Montessori
Children's School on Saturday, December 13, 2008 from 6:00
P.M. to 11:00 P.M.; Granting an exemption from the Noise
* Control Ordinance pursuant to Section 6-86 of the Code of
Ordinances during the event; Authorizing the sale and consump-
tion of alcoholic beverages within the barricaded area. (City
Manager)
*(e) Authorizing HELPLINE Inc. to conduct their annual fair to take
place at the Truman Waterfront along the East Quay Wall during
the hours of 12:00 Noon to 10:00 P.M. on. Monday through
Friday and from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. on Saturdays &
Sunday, starting, on Friday, December 19, 2008 through
Monday, January 4, 2009. (City Manager)
*(f) Authorizing the execution of the sub-grant agreement from the
State of Florida Division of Emergency Management regarding


$50 each. The event is made pos-
sible through the generosity of
Edward Knight.
Established in 1996, the
Community Foundation of the
Florida Keys' mission is to make-
the Keys "a better place to live
now and.in the future by encour-
aging philanthropy and matching
these acts of caring to the com-
munity needs." Since 1996, the
foundation has granted more
than $7 million in funding.


Stormwater Improvements on United/George Street drainage
basins ($33,750.00 City Match). (City Manager)
*(g) Approving the Task Order WO-0901 from Perez Engineering
and Development, Inc. for the design of sidewalks on Flagler
Avenue. (City Manager)
*(h) Approving the Long Range Beach Management plan. (City
Manager)
*(i) Ratifying an emergency expenditure in the amount of $61,900.00
to Charley Toppino & Sons, Inc. for beach screening. (City
Manager)
*(j) Awarding the bid of Sea Byte, Inc. in an amount not to exceed
$21,994.00 for Mallory Square Coral Relocation (City Manager)
*(k) Authorizing the expenditure to entities listed in attachment "A"
in excess of $20,000.00. (City Manager)
(1) Ranking the top three sites for the location of a new City of Key
West Administration Building. (Mayor McPherson)
(m) Allowing a variance to section 18-28 of the Code of Ordinances.
of Key West, Florida regarding the sale of alcohol within 300 feet
of a Church, School, Cemetery or Funeral Home for property
located at 304 Truman Avenue (RE# 00027200-000000). (City
Manager)
11. ORDINANCES SECOND READING
(a) An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending
Chapter 2 of the Code of Ordinances entitled "Administration"
by adding Sections 2-600 and 2-603 in order to establish "the
Key West Redevelopment Trust Fund Advisory Committee";
Providing for its creation, composition and terms, meetings and
duties, Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of incon-
sistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.
(Commissioner Lopez)
(b) An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, creating the City
of Key West Police Officer's and Firefighter's Retirement Fund,
Section 46-327 providing for creation of a share plan to be fund-
ed by Florida Statue Chapter 175 and 185 monies received each
year; Providing for the Board of Trustees to distribute non-dedi-
cated funds payable solely from State of Florida Chapter 175 and
185 monies; Providing for codification; Providing for severabil-
ity; Providing for an effective date. (City Manager)
12. CITIZENS COMMENTS
13. COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION
14. ADJOURNMENT
15. CONVENE AS CAROLINE REDEVELOPMENT
ASSOCIATION (CRA)
16. ROLL CALL
17. CONSENT AGENDA*
18. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
*(a) October 7, 2008 (Regular)
19. RESOLUTIONS:
*(a) Approving the first amendment to the lease agreement between
the CRA and Vacation Key West, Inc. (City Manager)
20. ADJOURNMENT


*Item is considered to be routine and enacted by one motion with no separate discussion, unless requested by a Commission Member or citizen, in which event the item will be removed from the order and
considered in its normal sequence on the agenda. The City of Key West may take action on any matter during this meeting, including items that are not set forth within this agenda. 1/05/08
'. . . Published Kaynoler 11/01108


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Keys briefs


Aviation Day
is next weekend

The Florida Keys Chapter of
the Experimental Aircraft
Association is to sponsor its
annual Aviation Day at Florida
Keys Marathon Airport Nov. 8
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The family-oriented event is
free and open to the public at the _
airport, 9400 Overseas Highway
bayside.
Designed to intrigue everyone
interested in aviation, this event is
to showcase more than 20 differ-,
ent aircraft including World War
II military aircraft, home-built air-
craft, new airplanes, and planes in
government service such as aero
medical rescue, law enforcement
and mosquito control.
Through the EAA's Young
Eagles program, people ages 7
through 17 can get free planes
rides, with proper permission. In
addition, aspiring aviators can
enjoy succulent seafood from the
Offshore Fishermen's Association.
Admission and parking are
free.

The 27th annual
Cook-off is Nov. 13

Amateur and professional
cooks are invited to participate in
the 27th annual Key Largo
Chamber of Commerce Cook-
Off Nov. 13.
The contest is open to all ages
and skilflevels, and it's free to
enter. Entry forms can be picked
up at Boilini Eye Care, mile
marker 99.6; Community Bank
and TIB Bank branches; and the
chamber, mile marker 106.
Enter as many times as you
like, but entry forms must be
*received by Nov. 12. They can be
faxed to 451-5077 or dropped off
at Boilini Eye Care.
Each participant will receive
two free' admission tickets the
night of the event, which takes
place at the Holiday Inn, mile
marker 100. Prizes include gift
certificates and trophies in five
categories. Best junior cooks also
will receive trophies.
Setup is at the Holiday Inn
from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Judging
begins promptly at 6 p.m.
Sampling begins about 7 p.m.
and a cash bar will be available.
For more information, call Dr.
Jim Boilini at 451-1481 or the
chamber at 451-4747.
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Saturday, November 1,2008


Plant clinics set
throughout Keys

You can'get insects identified
and plant problems correctly
diagnosed before treating your
landscape with pesticides or other
chemicals.
Bring insects or sick plants for
diagnosis or identification to the
following free plant clinics:
1 to 4 p.m. Monday and.
Nov. 17 at the Monroe
Cooperative County Extension-
Service office in the Gato
Building, 1100 Simonton St.,
Suite 2-260, Key West.
S9. a.m. to noon Nov. 15 at
the Big Pine Key Academy, mile
marker 30.2.
+ 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 15 at
the Marathon Garden Club, mile
marker 50 bayside.
Master gardeners will conduct
all clinics.

Switlik seeking
military veterans

Stanley Switlik Elementary
School in Marathon has its annu-
al Red, White and Blue Day
patriotic program on Nov. 7. It's
designed to promote patriotism
and honor military veterans and
active military personnel.
Those who have served in the
armed forces, Coast Guard,
fire/rescue, police or similar area
of service are invited as guests
and will be recognize during the
program. Also, those who have a
family member serving in Iraq,
Afghanistan or other foreign land
are invited, also for recognition.
Call 289-2490, Ext. 59303, and
give your name, branch of serv-
ice, date of service and any other
pertinent information.
The program will begin at
9:30 a.m. in the school cafeteria.

Archdiocese
does B Tru 2 U

A team from the Respect Life
Office of the Archdiocese of
Miami will put on a program
called B Tru 2 U from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Nov. 8 at San Pedro
Catholic Church, mile marker
89.5. The nondenominational
program will deal with teen
morality, chastity, values, self-
esteem, and growth and develop-
ment.
The program is free but regis-


tration is required. Lunch will be
provided courtesy of the
Women's Councils of San Pedro,
San Pablo and St. Justin the
Martyr Catholic churches.
Parents are welcome. For reser-
vations contact Colleen at 664-
0086.

Legion celebrates
Marine Corps birthday

All are welcome to attend a
U.S. Marine Corps birthday cele-
bration starting at 6 p.m. Nov. 10
at American Legion Post 333 in
Key Largo (mile marker 97).

Deadline for show
arrives next week

Nov. 7 is the deadline for sub-
mitting applications for the
Pigeon Key Art Festival, to be
held Feb. 7 and 8 at the Marathon
Community Park at mile marker
49.
This traditional fine-art show
has been rated among the top 200
shows in the nation by Sunshine
Artist Publications. It's tropical in
theme and limited to the follow-
ing categories: watercolor,
acrylic, oil, graphics, drawings,
pastels, photography, sculpture,
glass, pottery, jewelry and fine
craft.
The entry fee is $175 per
booth plus a $15 jury fee.
Applications may be obtained by
calling Renee at 289-9555 or by
e-mailing your home address to
reneeshain @hotmail.com.
All proceeds go to the Pigeon
Key Foundation, a nonprofit
organization engaged in the




restoration and preservation of
the historic railroad island in the
middle of the old Seven Mile
Bridge.

Freedom Files
resumes Nov. 11

The Keys chapter of the
American Civil Liberties Union
resumes its Freedom Files Series


Nov. 11 with "Gay and Lesbian
Rights," set for screening at 7:30
p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship of Key West, 801
Georgia St. Admission is free.
"It illustrates how members of
gay and lesbian families in
America are treated as second-
class citizens under the law, lack-
ing rights that many people take
for granted," says John Gish Jr.,
chairman of the Keys ACLU.


Following the 30-minute film,
Unitarian Rev. Randolph Becker
will moderate a question-and-
answer discussion, A social with
light refreshments will follow.
The next Freedom Files
episodes are "Women's Rights,"
'Dec. 9; "Youth Speak," Jan. 13;--.
and "Drug Wars. 10." Several
more episodes are in the hopper.
Call Gish at 293-2788 for more
information.


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NEWLYWEDS: Matthew Holmes III, son of Matthew and
Beverly Holmes of Marathon, has married Jasmyn Carver,
daughter of Tricia Williams of Oceanshores, Wash. The
ceremony was at San Pablo Catholic Church in Marathon.
Maid of honor was Sarah Fullhart, best man was Thomas
Van Winkle, usher was Nicholas Van Winkle and junior
attendants were Devon Fullhart and River Fullhart. Rev.
Jerry Morris officiated.

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Veterans parade
set for Nov. 8
The fourth annual City of
Marathon Veterans Day Parade,
organized by the Veterans
Council of Monroe County, will
be held Nov. 8. Lineup is at 10
a.m. at the Boot Key Bridge and
the parade will head north on
U.S. 1 starting at 11 a.m.
It'll go the length of town,
then turn around and end at the
American Legion. The parade
starts at 11 a.m. sharp. Staff with
the Marine Bank hospitality
wagon will be in the American
Legion parking lot serving food
and the Legion Auxiliary will.
serve hamburgers in the hall.
Call Grace Parks at 743-7766
to register Tfor hteparade.


Get a leg up in
Mr. Legs Contest
The Sigma Omega chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority is
recruiting Upper Keys men will-
ing to show off their legs.
In the 2008 Mr. Legs Contest,
contestants collect donations of
50 cents per vote, and the man
collecting the most votes wins
the title of Mr. Legs 2008. All
money raised goes toward col-
lage scholarships for Coral
Shores High School students and
to other community projects.
The contest will run from Jan.
16 through Feb. 27. Men who
want to volunteer their legs
should contact Debbie Thibos at
,,3-5583oprBettyIHoke at 852-
8602.


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Spiritual/p,,hi air
SPsychic lFair

November 7th 7pm to 9pm
Dedication & Open House
November 8th & 9th
S,' Ipm to 5pm Each Day
SGuest Speakers"Hal Price & Rusty Barrier" @
) ^ November 8th.* 9am to Noon
Hal Price.- Power of Your Words -$45


5570 3rd Ave.
Stock Island
305.294.799


November 8th 7pm to ppm
Rusty Barrier Breath Session $20


to Fred and Marguerite on your
purchase of 285 13th Street,
Key Colony Beach
UNDER CONTRACT on 10/8/08 .
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12 honored for selflessness


Nov. 12 dinner
pays recognition
to their efforts
The.ninth annual Women of
Integrity, Men of Valor honors
dinner Nov. 14 at the
Beachside Resort in Key West
comes at a crucial time for the
homeless women and children
of Samuel's House.
Each year, Samuel's House
in Key West honors those in
the community who give of
themselves to enrich the lives
of others. This year, rising
costs and job losses are put-
ting more women on the
street, while funding cuts are
squeezing the shelter's budget
to provide food, housing,
counseling and other essential
services during the holidays.
"The event, while throwing
a spotlight on the service of
stellar individuals, will also
help us raise urgently needed
funds," says Samuel's House
Executive Director Elmira
Leto.
Those being honored are
Joyce Stahl, Pritam Singh,
Murray and Pitza Stellar, Gail
Lima, Scott Montgomery,
Dennis Henize, Melody
Cooper, Frances England,
Cindy -Mc'Krig-ht,' Mark
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Todaro and, posthumously,
Sheila Rowan.
Tickets for thd dinner are
$50 each and can be purchased
by calling 296-0240, Ext. 11.
Since May, 150 women and
70 children have been housed
and fed at Samuel's House,


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many for as long as three
months.
Leto founded Samuel's
House in 1999 as a safe haven
for women and their children
who have become homeless
due to poverty, substance
abuse, domestic violence,
incarceration, illness or other
traumatic events.


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THE TAX COLLECTOR


* November 1st the 2008 tax roll is now open for collection. The tax bills were mailed out
Oct. 31st, 2008 and are also available online at WWW.MONROETAXCOLLECTOR.COM.

* The Tax Collector's Office returned back to the county 3.5 million dollars in unused fees
from the 2007/2008 budget.

* Taxes paid in November will receive a 4% discount.

* The Tax Collector's Offices and Driver License Offices will be closed on November 1lth
Veteran's Day. It will also be closed Thursday and Friday November 27th and 28th for the
Thanksgiving Holiday.


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SAUCY CONTEST: Stepping up to the plate for the St. James Children's Center on
Plantation Key for a fundraising spaghetti-eating contest are (from left) John Timura, John
EI-Koury, Will Kennedy, Father Jack Stanton and Cortney Vera. The five competed to see
who could eat the most spaghetti without using utensils. Vera won.


Keys briefs


Course focuses on
Tibetan Buddhism

Key West Tara Mandala is
offering a six-week Saturday
morning course on the basics of


Tibetan Buddhism that started
today and continues for five
more weeks from 10 a.mr to
noon at the Nature Chapel at the
Key West Botanical Gardens on
Stock Island.
Those participating can learn
how you can live your life with
positive intentions and actions
by understanding the ancient
teachings. Led by Ellen Booth
Church, a 20-year practitioner of
Tibetan Buddhism; the teachings
will include "The Life and
Teachings of Buddha," "What
the Buddha Discovered and
Taught," "The Four Thoughts
that Turn the Mind to Dharma"
and how they relate to everyday
life, and "The Noble Eight Fold
Path" and how to apply this to
day-to-day living.
Cost of the course is $60 to
cover space rental and materials.
Call (607) 351-1325 or send an
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Coral Shores eight
named AP Scholars

Eight students at Coral Shores
High School have earned the des-
ignation of AP Scholar by the
College Board in recognition of
their exceptional achievement on
the college-level Advanced
Placement Program exams.
The College Board's
Advanced Placement Program
offers students the opportunity to
take college-level courses while


still in high school, and to receive
college credit, advanced place-
ment, or both for successful per-
formance on the AP Exams.
One Coral Shores student,
Robert Idsardi, qualified for the
AP Scholar with Honor Award by
earning a average grade of at least
3.25 on all AP exams taken, and
grades of 3 or higher on four or
more of these exams.
Seven students qualified for
the AP Scholar Award by com-
pleting three or more AP
Examinations, with grades of 3 or
higher. They are Tyler Boban,
Daniel Kepler, Brieze Levy,
Fausto Morales, Danse Mulvihill,
Laura Pearson and Vicktoria
Petrov.

Salvation Army
has holiday help

The Salvation Army is taking
applications for Keys residents
in need to get Christmas assis-
tance with toys and/or food.
Appointments must be made
at the offices in Key West (1930
Flagler Ave.), Marathon (2805
Overseas Highway) and
Tavernier (mile marker 93.9). To
set up an appointment in Key
West, call 294-5611. In
Marathon and Tavernier, call
743-9410. When calling for an
appointment, ask what you must
bring with you.
The final day to make an
appointment is Nov. 21.


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Other free services include
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Celebration
is planned for
day of Nov. 15
In 1908, in response to a fash-
ion trend that was decimating
migratory bird populations, then-
President Theodore Roosevelt
created the Key West National
Wildlife Refuge to protect and
preserve a breeding ground for
migratory species.
On Nov. 15, the refuge's 100
years of conservation are to be
commemorated by dignitaries,
speakers, refuge staff and volun-
teers, environmental organiza-
tions and "Teddy Roosevelt"
himself, portrayed by a re-enac-
tor.
The anniversary celebration,
slated for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., is
open to the public at the Florida
Keys Eco-Discovery Center, on
Key West's Truman Waterfront
beyond the end of Southard
Street. Highlights are to include
an environmental fair.
Roosevelt signed a law estab-
lishing the refuge in response to
the hunting of huge numbers of
birds for their colorful feathers,
which were used to decorate
fashionable women's hats.
"The plume trading industry
was so lucrative that in 1903 an
ounce of bird feathers was worth
s$32. twice the price of gold,",
isaid'Anne Miorkldll. e'ent.organ-.
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izer and manager of the Florida
Keys National Wildlife Refuges
Complex, which includes the
Key West unit. "Adult birds were
hunted, resulting in abandoned
nests and destroyed eggs of
snowy egrets, herons, pelicans
and many others."
Today, the Key West National
Wildlife Refuge provides nest-
ing, roosting and foraging habitat
for more than 250 species of
migratory birds such as the
roseate tern, osprey, bald eagle
and magnificent frigate bird.
Lying west of Key West and
accessible only by boat, the
refuge is shaped like a large rec-
tangle with boundaries stretching
10 miles wide and 25 miles long.
It includes 2,019 acres of land
and 206,289 acres of state
waters.
The anniversary celebration is
to include an environmental fair
with more than a dozen informa-
tion booths, the dedication of a
plaque commemorating the
refuge's centennial anniversary,
lectures and presentations on the
Keys' natural environment and
topics related to the refuge, chil-
dren's activities such as fish
printing, giveaways and a chance
to mingle with "Teddy."
In addition, the Key West post
office is to offer a special one-
,time postal cancellation in honor
o4f,the anniversary.
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You can help by
collecting food

Food banks, soup kitchens
and homeless shelters across
the country are struggling to
meet rapidly rising needs dur-
ing this time of economic cri-
sis.
Locally, the Loaves and
SFish Food Pantry, a collabora-
tive effort between St. Paul's
Episcopal Church and the
Florida Keys Outreach
Coalition, is asking houses of
worship, civic groups, busi-
nesses and individuals to con-
duct food drives in November
to help Loaves and Fish pro-
vide nonperishable goods, dis-
posable diapers and personal
care items to needy neighbors.
The group also needs reusable
grocery bags.
For more information about
how to help, call 295-7580.

Waterfront Playhouse
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Monroe County play-
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plays to the New Plays in May
play-reading series at the
Waterfront Playhouse in Key
West. The deadline for sub-
missions is Dec. 31.
Manuscripts selected for
the series will be read on the
Waterfront stage in May. Plays
must be innovative comedies
or dramas (no musicals or
children's shows) with a max-
imum of eight characters and
no previous professional pro-
duction. One script per play-
wright will be accepted.
For more information, call
293-9166.

MARC again sells
Christmas trees

The Monroe Association of
Retarded Citizens is readying
for its annual Christmas tree
sale, which starts Nov. 28 at
the MARC Plant Store, 4401
Seminary St., Key West.
The group will need help
unloading the trees which
sell out quickly each year -
at 7:45 a.m. Nov. 25. Anyone
who wants to help is welcome.


Bring a pair of gloves and an
old shirt and be ready to
unload the magnificent Fraser
firs. The trees are sold seven
days a week from 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. until all of them are gone.
Large trees can be ordered
early for businesses with large
lobby areas to fill. And the
MARCH folks can get 20-foot
trees down to tabletop size for
small apartments.
For more information on
helping unload the trees or sell
them, call Mark Lindas at 304-
8039.

Keys military

Upper Keys
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Manuel Gonzalez, son of
Luisa Gonzalez of Key Largo
and Richard Gonzalez of
Hialeah, has completed basic
training and was promoted to
his current rank at Recruit
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Soccer Conchs
play two today

The Key \Vest High
School girls soccer team
plays a preseason double-
header today\ at the school's,
Back Yard field.
The Conchs wilU face
Marathon at 11 am. and
University School of Fort
Lauderdale at 1 p.m.
-"We hate the niakings of
a very dynamic squad." said
coach Scott Paul. "There is
plenty of talent. \% ith a rm\
of age and experience. I can
believe all I \%ant about what
we're capable of doing. but
\we won't know an thing-
until we take the field for a
few games."
Key West. the defending
District 16-4A champions.
was 14-6 last season but
once again failed to get
be\lnd the tirst round of the
regional tournament.
Se, en seniors return,
including Krizzie Menez.
w ho was last season's most
valuablee offense e player
The Conchs w ill open the
regular season against Coral
Shores w honm the lost to
twice last season at 4 p.m.
Tuesday at' the Back Yard


Dick U~giner

Tourney tees off
for Marathon BPW

The Marathon Business
and Professional Women's
Club has its third annual
Glenna J. Ballard Memorial
Scholarship Tournament
Nov. 13 at the Key Colony
Beach Golf Course, a par-3
course. It's limited to 11
teams of four players.
Call the golf course for
details at 289-1533.

Pickup soccer
games resume

Friday night kickball for
kids ages 6 to 11 has started
again at the Marathon
Community Park.


Team blows
early lead,
is blown out
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


,The second half turned into a
Halloween Eve horror show
Thursday as Coral Shores lost its
final home football game, 40-23,
to St. John Neumann of Naples.
The Hurricanes (2-6) owned
a 16-13 halftime lead after scor-
ing 14- seconds before the break
Son a '14-ytrd touchdown pass,


Chris Rini to Mike Hampson.
Ryan Biondoletti added the two-
point conversion catch.
But like a monster breaking
free of its shackles, the visiting
Celts rampaged for three light-
ning-quick touchdowns in the
third quarter, sending the Cane
crowd into a zombie-like
silence.
SEach of the three Neumann
scoring drives in the third lasted
all of three plays, and included
touchdowns on a 55-yard run
and an 85-yard pass against a
See CANES / 54


Saturday, November 1,2008
KEYNOTER


No. 45 is retired

Former Dolphin


Bryant exhorts
kids to succeed
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Tony Bryant has played foot-
ball in front of thousands and
thousands of fans in countless
stadiums. He's been to an
NCAA national championship
game as a Florida State
Seminole and to a Super Bowl
as an Oakland Raider,
But the 1995 Marathon High
School graduate said a ceremo-
ny Friday at which his No. 45
Dolphins jersey was retired -
the first in school history -
ranks up there with those experi-
ences.
"It means a lot. I'm really
thankful for the high school ..
putting this together," Bryant
said. "I'm actually in tears. It
was awesome."
Bryant's family, including
his grandmother, mother, broth-
er, wife and children, all sat
front and center as the school
rolled out the red carpet for the
standing-room-only ceremony.


See BRYANT / 55


J Keyfoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Tony Bryant, with help from Marathon High School Athletic Director Teresa Konrath, unveils his
retired No. 45 Dolphins football jersey. The school honored the 1995 Marathon graduate with a
standing-room-only ceremony Friday.


Five Canes head to


swimming regional


Conch Stokes
also qualifies
individually
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Five Coral Shores swimmers
scored regional-qualifying fin-
ishes at Tuesday's District 12-A
Meet in Islamorada, and others
also could be going to Broward
County on Nov. 7.
- "I expect most of our relay
teams to go as well," said
Hurricane coach Mark Hill.
Coral Shores senior Kelsey


Anderson scored the best Cane
finish at the district, taking sec-
ond place in the girls 50-yard
freestyle with a time of 25.36
seconds. Anderson also quali-
fied in the 100-free, finishing
fourth.
Cane freshman Taelor
Cuppett took fourth in the girls
100-backstroke and seventh in
the medley to qualify for the
regional in both events.
For the Hurricane boys,
freshman A.J. Hamer qualified
in two solo events with a third
place in the 200-medley and a
See SWIMMING / 59


Horror show


for the Canes






54 Saturday, November 1,2008


Keys Sports & Outdoors


Third quarter turns horrific for Hurricanes


tCANES / From 53

stunned and wounded Hurricane
defense. The Celts went into the
fourth up 33-16.
A recovery of a Celt fumble
by reserve Cane defensive tackle
rSteve Gamble sparked the last
Coral Shores score, a 31-yard
push capped by Ririi's 12-yard
touchdown toss to Biondoletti.
William Bassett's point-after


kick drew Coral Shores within
10 points, 33-23, with 9:35 left
in the game.
An onsides-kick called by
head coach Todd Gideon
worked, and gave Coral Shores
the ball at midfield with time
enough for a rally.
Rini, the three-year starting
quarterback, suffered a leg
injury on a six-yard run on first
down. He returned after a play
but was visibly limping. Unable


to plant his foot, his second pass
of the drive sailed high and was
intercepted at the Celt 17.
Neumann ran three'times,
gaining 29 yards, and hit a 23-
yard touchdown pass with 4:42
left to set the final score.
The Hurricanes, with an array
of starters stranded along the
sideline with late-season
injuries, had problems defending-
the- Neumann pass attack all
game.


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Coral Shores receiver Ryan Biondoletti fights off a St. John
Neumann defender to make a 35-yard catch, but the


Hurricanes fell, 40-23, Thursday.
On the Celts' opening posses-
sion, the visitors were pinned at
their own 14 yard line but hit a
wide-open flanker for an 84-
yard touchdown to take a 7-0
lead midway in the.first quarter.
The Canes recovered
Neumann's try at an onside kick,
and hit a 35-yard pass *to
Biondoletti down to the
Neumann 22. But a sack and
penalty pushed the Canes back,
and the drive ended on a fourth-
and-11 incompletion.
Coral Shores started its best
drive as the second quarter
opened. Hampson. made three
straight catches on a 14-yard
screen pass, a 32-yard grab over
the middle and a shovel pass he
turned into a 22-yard gain. A
Celt penalty moved the ball to
the Neumann 10.
The Cane offensive line
opened a hole and Biondoletti
scored on a 7-yard run off a
counter. Biondoletti caught the
conversion pass for an 8-7 lead.
A Coral Shoreg 'fumble' set


Neumann up at the Cane 26, and
the Celts scored op 12-yard run
on second down.
Just before halftime, the
Canes took back the lead with a
65-yard, nine-play drive that
included three catches by
Hampson for 25 yards, a 14-yard
run and the Canes' second touch-
down on a 14-yarder.
In the nightmare third quarter,
Neumann scored on a 55-yard
run, a 7-yard run after a Cane
punt out the end zone, and an 85-
yard touchdown.
The small Coral Shores crowd
left in George N. Barley Jr.
Memorial Stadium at the end saw
what may be the offense of the
future completions of 10 and
15 yards by freshman quarterback
Alex Gomez, and-power runs by
starting middle linebacker
Courtney Dixon, a sophomore.
Coral Shores plays its last
two games on the road, at Doral
Academy on Friday, and at
Marathon High School on
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Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Tony Bryant poses with his family and schools officials after a ceremony Friday retiring his No.
45 football jersey. Bryant graduated from Marathon High School in 1995-and played football
at Florida State and for eight years in the NFL.


BRYANT / From 53

The school put together a
PowerPoint presentation high-
lighting Bryant's prep, colle-
giate and professional career.
Afterward, Bryant gave a
moving speech and encour-
aged every student to embrace
their time at Marathon High
and make the most of their
lives. He spoke of all the diffi-
cult times he's experience and
how he was able-to turn his
life around.
"My parents got into drugs
and that forced my grand-
mother to raise me. I could
have made excuses for myself
... but I had dreams and set
goals for myself," he told the
audience, to thunderous
applause.
Bryant recounted his
embarrassment at having to
sign with Copiah-Lincoln
Community College in
Mississippi because he didn't
make the grade in the class-
room. The result was the loss
of a football scholarship'to the
Division I University of
Pittsburgh.
But Bryant turned the cor-
ner at Copiah, earning numer-
ous honors and attracting the
attention of Florida State head
coach Bobby Bowden. He
received a scholarship to play


football there and was eventu-
ally chosen 40th overall-No.
9 in the second round by
the Oakland Raiders in the
1999 NFL draft.
"Take advantage of this
opportunity. Be proud to be a
Dolphin, because I'm sure
proud to be a Dolphin," he
said.
After Bryant's talk, his leg-
endary Florida State coach
delivered a recorded congratu-
latory speech.
"You're part of a defensive
dynasty that may very well go
down in college football histo-
ry," Bowden said. "Tony,
thanks for making us proud at
FSU and for making all the
people in Marathon proud as
well."
Bryant was visibly moved.
"Just for him to take time
out of his busy schedule dur-
ing the season to say some-
thing like that, it really, really
meant a lot to me," he said.
"Just to remember my name,
it's something that's amazing
to me. I just thank God for
every opportunity I have."
These days, Bryant is mak-
ing his post-NFL life in
Miami. He and three other for-
mer professional players have
founded Versatile Enterprises,
which Bryant said has been
putting on comedy and other
shows in the Orlando area.


Fins play tonight
Marathon High School
will host Ransom Everglades
tonight at 7:30 p.m.
The Dolphins (4-3) will
look to stay above .500
against a solid Raiders
squad. The school will also
honor Tony Bryant at half-
time, retiring the 1995 grad-
uate's No. 45 jersey.

The group is now preparing to
open a restaurant in Miami
Beach.
"We've been doing really
well," he said. "Trying to get a
life after football."
Bryant played 82 games in
his NFL career, recording 23.5
sacks, 164 total tackles and six
forced fumbles. He spent the
first four years of his career in
Oakland, the last three as a
full-time starter.
But Bryant suffered a
potentially career-ending neck
and spinal injury in November
2002 in a game against the
49ers and sat out the 2003 sea-
son rehabilitating. He was cut
that summer and joined the
New Orleans Saints in 2004,
where he played two seasons.
A ceremony similar to
Friday's will be held during
halftime of the Dolphins'
home game tonight against
Ransom Everglades. The game
begins at 7:30 p.m.


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Keys Sports & Outdoors


McCoy blows 'em away


,Cane phenom
bests all at
championships
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

As if to betoken high hopes for
Tuesday afternoon's Monroe
County Cross-Country Champion-
ships, which were minutes away,
members of the Coral Shores High
School boys team warmed up by
running in military fashion.


"We are the Hurricanes, the
mighty, mighty Hurricanes!" they
chanted, led by Will Mulkeen,
whose head was adorned with a
spiky Mohawk and who carried a
pole from which two red storm-
warning flags waved in the Key
West Golf Club's brisk breeze.
The Coral Shores boys,
though, would have to wait.
The girls race went off-first,
with the mighty Hurricane fresh-
man Joanna McCoy leaving
everyone in the tracks she made


in the course's soft green earth at
the Key West Golf Club.
All alone after the first of the
3.1-mile layout's two loops,
McCoy ran like the wind -
which tried to misdirect her 94-
pound frame. -Middle-aged
golfers of a straggling foursome
coming in on the 18th fairway,
miffed that their space had been
invaded, watch as she raced past
a few dozen jacketed spectators
and a brimming blue pond.
McCoy finished first in 19
minutes 51 seconds seven sec-
onds shy of the fastest female


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


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


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


AVISO A LOS ELECTORES INSCRITOS DEL CONDADO
DE MONROE

AHORA SE REQUIRE PRESENTAR IDENTIFICATION
FOTOGRAFICA PARA VOTAR

Harry L. Sawyer, Jr., Supervisor de Elecciones, inform a los
electores del Condado de Monroe que los Estatutos de la Florida ahora
requieren que los electores suministren identificaci6n fotogrifica. Los
Estatutos de la Florida disponen que "cada elector, al entrar al recinto
electoral, present una licencia de conducir de la Florida, una tarjeta de
identificaci6n de la Florida u otro tipo de identificaci6n fotogrifica
aprobada por el Departamento de Estado".

Los electores que no tengan la identificaci6n necesaria deberan votar
utilizando una boleta provisional.

Harry L. Sawyer, Jr.
Supervisor of Elections
www.keys-elections.org
Published Keynoter. 11/01/08


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A happy Coral Shores freshman Joanna McCoy turns in the
stick she received at the finish line after easily winning the girls
competition and nearly breaking the course record for girls.


performance in the course's 11-
year history.
"The wind was really crazy,"
she said after catching her breath,
squinting against a stunning sun
that illuminated her brown hair's
coppery strands.
It was almost three minutes
later that the second-place finish-
er, McCoy's teammate Andrea
Cockerham, arrived in 22:38, fol-
lowed by Key West's Emma
Fehlig (23:29), Coral Shores'
Megan Guenther (23:54) and the
Conchs' Jayci Hall (24:34) and
Alyssa Sawyer (24:39).
Sawyer burst into tears after
her last home race, but they dried
quickly when coach Debra
Bertolini told her that she had run
a personal-best time.
"And I never finished sixth
before," Sawyer said
Marathon's top finisher was
Kelsey Wonderlin, who was
eighth in 25:06. Marisa Brossard
was 13th in 27.56, just ahead of
Ashley Adamo (27:57). "I'm
proud of them," coach Becky
Winter said.
While the results were being
totaled -' the Hurricanes, won
Xl. *' S '' -


Onto the district
The Coral Shores and
Key West cross-country
teams compete in the
District 8-2A meet at 3 p.m.
Wednesday at Larry and
Penny Park in Miami.
Marathon will run in the
8-1A meet at 4 p.m. Friday
at Palmer Trinity High
School in Miami.

with 23 points, the Conchs had 35
and the Dolphins 68 the boys
race began with the favorite, Key
West's Zach Harden, bursting to
the lead. He won in 18:34.
Harden's teammate Michael
LaBounty (19:15) was next, fol-
lowed by Coral Shores' Dylan
Valdes (19:27), Marathon's
Virgilio Sanchez (19:33) and
Coral Shores' Storm Mendez
(19:38) and Myles Turton
(20:19). The spiky-haired
Mulkeen finished 13th.
Key West won with 30 points,
eight better than Coral Shores,
with Marathon a distant third.


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Saturday, November 1, 2008 57


V'ball team
ends season
with 9-15 mark
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon High School
girls volleyball season ended
Thursday with a loss to Palmer
Trinity School in the District 16
Class 2A semifinal, 25-13, 25-9
and 25-18.
The Dolphins lost earlier this
season to a strong Falcons team,
but coach Kelly Eigner said
Jeannette Betancourt, Kelley
Struyf and Shelby Kuck
anchored the team's best defen-
sive showing of the year.
"Our defense was the best
I've ever seen. It just happened
to be against this monster of a
team," she said.
Palmer features 6-foot-2
freshman Paulina Prieto, a play-
er on Puerto Rico's junior
national team. Eigner said the


team struggled when Prieto, who
"hits like a man," was on the
floor.
"Any time she was not in the
game, we hung with them. We
got a couple of blocks on her and
dug her a few times, but we were
intimidated," she said.
The Dolphins caught Palmer


off guard by taking an early 3-1
lead in the first game.
"Since they beat us so handi-
ly [previously], they were
expecting another blowout, but
we showed up and fought," she
said, noting the team's penchant
for falling behind early in match-
es.
"I would definitely call this
-team the comeback kids. It


seemed like we wanted to spot
teams 10 points and see if we
could compete," Eigner said.
"Most of the time we would
fight back and lose by a couple
or end up winning."
The Dolphins finished the
season with a 9-15 record, which
Eigner said was a disappoint-
ment to both coaches and play-
ers. But the team made positive


strides from a season agowhen
it won just three matches.
"We played I don't know how
many matches that could have
gone the other way," Eigner said.
The Dolphins have five
strong players .returning next
season, led by seniors-to-be
Kuck, Ashley Hooper, Patricia
SBologna and Emily Perez. Struyf
will be a junior next year.


Spartans finish of the Lady Conchs


By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Before its season ended
Tuesday afternoon in four games
at the District 16-4A tournament
in Miami, the victory-starved
Key West High School volleyball
team was able to at least throw a
brief scare into Monsignor Pace
with a new serving strategy.
Sophomore Jess Bodmer
befuddled the Spartans with short
serves, most of which fell


untouched, as the Conchs built a
24-15 lead in the first game at St.
Brendan's gym.
"We had worked on placing
the ball in service zones in prac-
tice and decided to try it," coach
Jessy Hulme said.
Monsignor Pace's Viannca
Noreiaga then reeled off nine
consecutive points to tie the
game, but the Conchs recovered
to win, 27-25.


Pace, though, figured things
out and won the next three
games, 25-16, 25-14, 25-9, to
send the Conchs to their 19th
consecutive loss.
Not counting two forfeits, Key
West finished Hulme's second
season 1-20 and is 2-39 in two
years. Overall, the volleyball pro-
gram is 5-77 since 2006.
But after watching freshmen
Shanyia Watson and Laura,
Garcia play "great games"
Tuesday, and knowing that


Bodmer will be back for two
more years, Hulme spoke enthu-
siastically about the future.
She said her off-seasons plans
include introducing her players
- along with current eighth-
graders at Horace O'Bryant
Middle School to club vlley-
ball and having them play in tour-
naments in February and March.
Tuesday's match was the last
for seniors Victoria Brisson,
Stephanie Garmany, Monica
Caceres and Fran Hicks.


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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Powerboat races return to Key West


Week includes
three days of
thunder power

Maintaining its reputation as
the Indianapolis of offshore
powerboat racing, Key West is
set to host the 28th annual con-
test to crown the world's top
teams from Sunday through
Nov. 9.
The Key West World
Championship is to kick. off
with a parade of race boats
down Duval Street. It's set for 4
p.m. Sunday. The action contin-
ues through the week with races
on Wednesday, Friday and Nov.
9.
Of the 47 boats pre-regis-
tered, 35 entries are 36 feet or
logger. The Superboat
Unlimited class features four
boats, and three Turbine-class
boats are entered thus far.


"It's going to be bigger than
it has been in a lot of years,"
race organizers John Carbonell
said.
For racers, Key West is
famous as a race course that can
test equipment endurance in
rough water conditions and
minutes later, hull and propul-
sion design for the fastest pos-
sible speeds.
A portion of the 6.5-mile
course runs through Key West
Harbor, providing smooth
water where speeds can exceed
140 mph and affording specta-
tor opportunities found in few
other venues.
Spectators can get an unpar-
alleled view of the races from
grandstand areas on the Truman
Waterfront sitting so close
they can practically feel the salt
spray as boats thunder by.
Other popular viewing areas


Photo by ANDY NEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAU
This will be the scene during three days of racing when the Key West World Championship -
the Indianapolis 500 of powerboat racing gets going this Week.


can be found at waterfront
hotels and Mallory Square.
On non-race days, power-
boat enthusiasts can view the


boats and mingle with racers
and boat crews at the dry pits
on the Truman Waterfront, at
the end of Southard Street past


Thomas Street and Truman
Annex.
For race details, visit
www.superboat.com.


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Next comes the regional


Kews briefs


SWIMMING / From 53

fourth in the 100-butterfly.
Sarah Blackwell qualified in
the girls 100-butterfly.
Aaron Fryman, a senior, took
fourth in the boys 100 breast-
stroke to get a ticket to the
regional.
Relay-team qualifiers for the
Region 4-A Meet will be deter-
mined by comparing times from


the district meets.
"Our district swims pretty fast
so we have an excellent chance
of taking a whole lot of kids to
regional," Hill said. "We had
some fast swimming and put up
some personal-best times."
The District 12-A Meet was
held as the first cold front of the
season moved through South
Florida.
"It was a problem but it was
the same problem for everybody


there," Hill said.
Key West freestyler Travis
Stokes qualified in the 50 and
100.
Generally, the top eight fin-
ishers in individual events at the
district meet advance to the
regional. Relay-team selection
will be based on comparative
times.
For complete Monroe County
team and individual results, go to
www.KeysNet.com/sports.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

110
legal Notices

No.0261300

NOTICE OF SALE

UNIT 89-LEE'S
ELECTRITECH, INC.

COhYAINER H-
MEREDITH BURNES

Upon a cursory inspec-
tion, the unit was found to
contain:

Household Goods
Business Property &
Records

Items will be sold or oth-
erwise disposed of at this
site on OCTOBER 30,
2008 at 9:00 AM at the
address below, to satis-
fy lien in accordance with
the State Statutes, Sec-
tions 83:801 to 83:909.
Terrns of the sale are
cash. No checks will be
accepter-. All goods are
sold in "as is" condition.
Tax must be paid or re-
sa numbers furnished.
Buyer r 1i st provide own
lock if nE eded. Seller re-
serves the right to over-
bik' All iter, sorspace.
ma, ..ot be /eaiable on
date'of sale.

George Sands
Storage Solutions, Inc.
90080 Overseas
Highway
Tavernier, FL 33070

Publish October 25,
November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0498800

NOTICE OF SALE-
Tenant name followed by
space number.

OLIMPO TORO
UNIT # 4

L&E
ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT # 13

Items believed u be
Household and garage
Items, will be ,.-posed of
at this site on
NOVEMBER 2,2008 or
as posted to satisfy
owner lien for rent due in
accordance withState
Statutes, Sections,
83.801 to 83.809.
Selferreserves the right
to overbid. All items or
spaces may not be
available on date of sale.

Bonefish Bay
Self Storage

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


110
Legal Notices
12693 Overseas Hwy
Marathon FL 33050
305-743-4633

Publish October 25,
November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter

No. 0500400

NOTICE OF SALE-
Tenant name followed by
space number.

STUART RIGER
UNIT # 161

TIA DETURK & ERIC
POSEY
UNIT# 134

Items believed to be
Household and garage
Items, will be disposed of
at this site on
NOVEMBER 2,2008 or
as posted to sat- isfy
owner lien for rent due in
accordance with State
Statutes, Sections,
83.801 to 83.809. Seller
reserves the right to over-
bid. All items or spaces
may not be available on
date of sale.

ATLANTIC STORAGE
75 Industrial Road
Big Pine Key, FL 33043

Publish October 25,
November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0504300-

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.; 2008CP59M

IN RE: ESTATE OF
PETERS. MILLER
deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of PETER S.
MILLER, deceased,
whose date of death was
May 2nd, 2008, and
whose social security
number is xxx-xx 0162, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe
County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 3117
Overseas Highway,
Marathon, Florida
33050. The names and
addresses of the
personal
representatives and the
personal representatives'
attorney are set forth
below.

All creditors of the
decedent and other

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110
Legal Notices
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OFA COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

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

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

The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is
October25, 2008

Personal
Representatives:

Lois B. Miller
811 12th Street
Key Colony Beach
Florida 33051

JPMORGAN Chase
Bank, N.A.
successor to the Morgan
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
c/o Alan M. Weintraub
Mail Code NY1-Q801
245 Park Avenue,
15th Floor
New York, NY 10017.

Attorney for Personal
Representatives

JAMES E.WEBER, P.A.
501 FLAGLER DRIVE
SUITE 502,
FLAGLER CENTER
WEST PALM BEACH,
FL 33401
Telephone:
561-832-2266
Florida Bar No.
085584
By:
James E. Weber, Esq.

Publish October 25,
November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0655000

NOTICE OF REQUEST
FOR QUALIFICATIONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO

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INTERESTED
PERSONS that on
December 3,2008 at
3:00 P.M. at the Monrc
County Purchasing
Office, the Board of
County Commissioners
of Monroe County,
Florida, will open sealer
responses for the
following:

PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES FROM
ARCHITECTURAL/
ENGINEERING FIRMS
AND INDIVIDUALS
FOR DESIGN,
CONTRACT
DOCUMENTSAND
PROJECT
ADMINISTRATION OF
THE MONROE
COUNTY EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER
MARATHON, MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
RFQ-ENG-338-28-2008-
PUR/CV

The Board of County
Commissioners of Mon-
roe County, Florida here-
by requests, pursuant to
Sec. 287.055, Florida
Statutes, sealed letters of
interest and statements
of qualifications from Ar-
chitectural/Engineering
Firms and specialized
consulting firms or indi-
viduals experienced in
design, contract docu-
ments, and project ad-
ministration of govern-
ment emergency opera-
tion centers.

Requirements for sub-
mission and the selection
criteria may be requested
from DemandStar by
Onvia by calling
1-800-711-1712 toll-free
or by going to the website
www.demandstar.com
http://www.demand
star.com/ or http://
www.co.monroecoun
ty-fl.gov/pages/msd/
bids.htm http://www.
co.monroe.fl.us. The
Public Record is avail-
able at the Purchasing
Office located at
The Gato Building,
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213,
Key West, FL 33040.
Technical questions
should be directed, in
writing, to the
Director of Facilities
Development,
Monroe County
Engineering Division,
1100 Simonton Street,
Key West, Florida 33040
or by facsimile to (305).
295-4321. All answers
will be by Addenda.

Interested firms or indi-
viduals are requested to
indicate their interest by
submitting a total of sev-
en (7), two (2) signed
originals and five (5)
complete copies, of the
Response in a sealed en-


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velope clearly marked on
the outside, with the Re-
spondent's name and
"Statement of
r.- :icl -
.MONkOE COUNTY
EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS
CENTER, MARATHON,
FLORIDA" addresseu to'

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

All Responses must be
received by the County
Purchasing Office be-
fore 3:00 P.M. on De-
cember 3,2008. Any Re-
sponses received after
this date and time will be
automatically rejected.
Materials may be deliv-
ered by Certified Mail,
Return Receipt Request-
ed, hand-delivered or
couriered. Faxed or e-
mailed Responses will be
automatically rejected.
Hand delivered Re-
sponses may request a
receipt, If sent by mail or
by courier, the above-
mentioned envelope
shall be enclosed in an-
other envelope ad-
dressed to the entity and
address stated above.
Responders should be
aware that certain "ex-
press mail" services will
hot guarantee specific
time delivery to Key
West, Florida. It is the
sole responsibility of
each Responder to en-
sure its proposal is re-
ceived in a timely fash-
ion.

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


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compensation.

The Board reserves the
rightto reject any and all
Responses, to waive in-
formalities in any or all
Responses, to re-adver-
"se for Responses; and
Separately accept or
ect any item or items
id ward and/or ne-
y a contract in the
be of the
Cou ,y.

Dated at Key West this
24th day of October,
2008.

Monroe County
Purchasing Departme nt

Publish
November 1,. 8
Florida Keys Ke) not,


No. 0706300

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 16TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ANDFORMONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

Case No.:
2008-DR-1732-K

LILOWTIE
RAMPERSAUD
Petitioner
and
ADI ROY HARRIRAM
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

TO:
ADI ROY HARRIRAM
Last known address:
1732 Brownstone Blvd.
Apt H
Toledo OH 43614

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you ,and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on
LILOWTIE
RAMPERSAUD
whose address is
PO BOX 420176
SUMMERLAND KEY, FL
33042 on or before De-
cember 1,2008, 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 default
may be entered against
you for the relief demand-
ed in the petition.


Interested firms or indi- Copies of all court
viduals will be evaluated documnets in this
and selected under the case, including orders,
competitive selection are available at the
procedure of Florida Stat- Clerk of the Circuit
ute 287.055. In accord-
ance with Florida Statute
287.055(4)(b), please do CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551
not submit proposals for '
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No. 0794200

REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS (RFP)
SELECTION
COMMITTEE

for the project of

REMOVAL OF
INVASIVE EXOTIC
PLANTS FROM
MONROE COUNTY
CONSERVATION
LANDS
RFP-GMD-318-48-2008-
PURICV

The selection committee
will evaluate the propos-
als received for RFP-G-
MD-318- 48-2008-PUR/
CV. The evaluation and
recommendation ofthe
selection committee are
to be submitted to the
Board of County Com-
missioners. Persons in-
terested in this issue are
invited to attend. For
more information, please
contact Beth Bergh, Mon-
roe County Land Stew-
ard, at (305) 289-2511.

ADA Assistance:
Anyone needing special
assistance during the
meeting due to a disabili-
ty should contact the.
Planning Department at
(305) 289-2500.

Pursuant to Section
286.0105 Florida

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Court's office. You may
-reviewthese docum-
nets 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., :u-
ture papers in this ,w-
suit will be mailed t
the address on recc .
E the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule
12.26 E, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclose ire o,
documents and in jr-
matior. Failure to com-
ply car result ;n saic-
tions, ir cluding dis-
missal r strik,:ng of
, ei dings.

Date d 'ctoner. /, 20C3

CLERK F THE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Maril.ady Lorez

Publish November 1,8,
15,22,2008
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Statutes, notice is given
that if a person decides to
appeal any decision
made by the Board with
respect to any matter
considered atsuch hear-
ings or meetings, he will
need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for
such purpose, he may
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based,

Dated at Key West,
Florida this 28th day of
October, 2008.
DANNY L.KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
and ex officio Clerk of the
Board of County
Commissioners of.
Monroe County, Florida

Publish
-November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0806600

DISTRICT III ADVISORY
COMMITTEE (DAC III)
(From the west end of the
Seven Mile Bridge to the
Long Key Bridge)of the

MONROE COUNTY
TOURIST
DEVELOPMENT
COUNCIL
has an opening for a

TOURIST RELATED
BUSINESS
REPRESENTATIVE -

Shall be persons in-
volved in business
which is interdepen-
dent upon the tourist
industry who have
demonstrated an inter-
est in tourist develop-
ment but who are not
owners, operators/
mana gers of motels,
hotels, recreational ve-
hicle parks and other
tourist accommoda-
tions and whose busi-
ness is in the tax collec-
tion district for which
they are applying.

Any person wishing to
participate on the
District III Advisory
Committee of the Mon-
roe County Tourist De-
velopment Council within
the district so noted
above, may request an
application from the Ad-
ministrative Office by
calling (305) 296-1552
and submit an application
to the address shown
below:

Department DAC
Monroe County Tourist

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Development Council
1201 White Street,
Suite 102
Key West, FL 33040
Fax #: (305) 296-0788

Deadline for receipt of
application at the
above address is
Friday NOVEMBER 14,
2008 5:00 p.m. A re-
sume may be attached
to the application.

Publish
November 1,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter,


No.0873300

NOTICE OF"
PUBLIC SALE

The vehicles) listed
below will be sold at
public auction for cash at
FLORIDA KEYS
TOWING INC.,
1620 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon FL 33050 at
8:00 AM on November
15, 2008, in accordance
to Florida Statute Section
713.78 for unpaid towing
& storage.

1.2001 JAGUAR VIN#
SAJDA01P11GM14229

2.1994 FORD VIN#
1FMDU34X9RUC49106

3. BOAT-TRAILER
NOVIN

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2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0887300

NOTICE OF CALLING
FOR BID OF SURPLUS
PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO PROSPEC-
TIVE BIDDERS that on
December 4,2008 at
3:00 P.M. the Monroe
County Purchasing Of-.
fice will open sealed bids
for the sale of the follow-
ing surplus items:

MONROE COUNTY
PURCHASING OFFICE
SALE OF SURPLUS
PROPERTY
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
BID-BOCC-339-27-
2008/CV

Item# County ID# *
Description VIN# *
Minimum Bid Amount
3814 0400-938 e
1998 GMC 1500 *
1GTEC14W9WZ510742
* $1,600.00
3659 0400-939 *
1998 Olds Cutlass *

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1G3NB52M5W6313631
$2,000.00
2451 0400-950 *
1998 Chevy Lumina *
2G1WL52M1W9252829
$1,900.00
3682 0400-999 *
1996 Ford Taurus 0
1FALP52U7TA273754
$400.00
1522 0903-1007 *
2002 Dodge 1500 *
1D7HA16K02J224760
$3,600.00
1484 0903-682 *
1994 Ford F150 0
1FTEF15Y2RNB52953
*$-
1418 0903-860 0
1995 Dodge 3500 *
3B6MC3658WM265109
$775.00
1306 0903-917 *
1999 Dodge 1500 *
1B7HC16X4XS219000
$650.00
1314 0903-919 *
1999 Chevy 2500 Van *
1GCFG25M3X1126998
$3,000.00
3346 0911-020 *
1999 Chevy Astro Van *
1GCDM19W4XB187759
$1,850.00
1346 0920-451 *
1996 Dodge 1500 0
1B7HC16XXTS688103
$400.00
2122 0940-310 *
1991 Ford F700 Bucket
1FDPK74P4MVA
28655 $9,500.00
1665 0940-311 *
1991 Cat416Backhoe *
5PC14031 $16,900.00
1655 0940-330 *
-1992 Ford 3930 Tractor
* BD13047
$9,500.00
1637 0940-331 *
1993 Bandit Chipper *
6420 $950.00
1478 0940-352 '
1993 Bandit Chipper *
6421 $950.00
2120 0940-371 *
1994 Chevy 3500 Bucket
1GBKC34F7RJ108160
* $6,500.00
1643 0940-447 *
1997 Chevy 1500 *
1GCEC14W6VZ240965
* $600.00
0940-449 0940-449 0
1997 Chevy 1500 0
1GCEC14W4VZ243010
* $1,200.00
1645 0940-467 *
1998 Ford F800 Bucket
* 1FDPF80C6WVA
20654 $15,500.00
1711 0940-484 *
1998 Simco 2400 Auger
* 981672 $950.00
1941 0940-515 *
1999 DODGE 1500 *
1B7HC16X1XS231377'
* $1,300.00
1770 0970-204 *
1997 Ford Taurus 0
1FALP52UZVA342169
* $1,300.00
2002 0972-086 *
1994 Ford F150 *
1FTEF15Y1RNB52961
0$-

The above ifejmscat be
seen by contacting- -
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West, (305) 295-3673.

1925 0974-1925
1994 Ford E350 Bus *
1FDJE37M6RHC20852
$600.00
1668 0977-137
1995 Leeboy trailer *
1UYFS2452SA619901
$5,500.00
3876 1003-014 *
1999 Dodge Stratus *
1B3EJ56H3XN616948
$550.00
1858 1005-108 *
1998 Ford Taurus *
1FAFP52U9WA164861
$375.00
1905 1807-120 *
1999 Ford Eldorado Bus
1FDWE30F3XHC
33122 $8,000.00
1931 1807-125 0
2001 Ford E450 bus *
1FDXE45F61HA31529
$9,000.00
4078 2401-292 *
1996 Dodge'1500 *
1B7HC16X8TS688102
$200.00
4084 2401-310 *
1998 Chevy 3500 *
1GCGC33R8WF061622
$500.00
2821 3000-150 0
1995 Ford Taurus *
1FALP52UXSA250404
*$-
1937 3000-171 0
1998 Ford Taurus 0
1FAFP52U1WA165812
0 $-
1374 0400-898 *
1995 Ford F150 *
1FTEX15Y8SKA52702
$450.00

The above items can be
seen by contacting
Billy Chapman, Key
West, (305) 295-3673.

3475 1432-216 *
1989 Young Firetruck *
1D91P11 J5KI008070 *
$7,000.00
3390 1434-183 *
1989 Young Firetruck *
1D91P11J6KI008059 *
$7,000.00
U/K U/K 53' Mobile
Home U/K $-

The above items can be
seen by contacting
Billy Pruitt, Marathon,
(305) 289-6047.

2161 0940-257 *
1990 Ford NH2910
Tractor BB80498 *
$8,500.00
2136 0940-362 *
1995 Ford Crew Cab '
1FDXF80C1SVA02086
$12,000.00
3952 1001-496 *
1995 Ford Taurus '
1FALP52U4SA250401
$400.00
2806 1005-131
1999 Chevy Malibu *
1G1ND52T7XY141313
$2,200.00
3866 1005-161 *
2001 Chevy Malibu '
.1G1ND52J616167385
I, $2,700.00'' ', -"
4610 -1401-580 *
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1FAFP5229YA257316
$600.00
2081 3000-148 *
1995 Ford Taurus
1FALP52U1SA250405
$-
2181 4102-258 *
1966 Great Dane Tanker
33175 $500.00

The above items can be
seen by contacting
Craig Smith, Marathon,
(305) 289-6062.

2008 0971-001 *
1989 Ford Ambulance *
-1FDKE30MXKHB75032
$250.00
2011 0973-054 *
1990 Swinger Loader
220LRD3009BA $-
2031 0974-108 0
1989 Massey 275 Trac-
tor 617651 $600.00

The above items can be
seen by contacting
Jack Julien, Lower
Keys, (305) 797-0879

5624 2006
Fleetwood Trailer *
1EF1B302765341843 0
$5,000.00
5625 * 2006
Fleetwood Trailer *
1EF1B302265341846 *
$5,000.00
N/A 2000-736 1994
Ford Ranger *
1 FTCR10A1 RTA86285
$950.00
4319 2000-737 *
1994 Ford Ranger *
1FTCR10AXRTA86284
$900.00
4994 2000-761 *
1999 Dodge Ram *
2B5WB25Z5XK551419
$1,200.00

The above items can be
seen by contacting Jim
Falco, Key West, (305)
797-0352.

2194 0940-369 *
Concrete Asphalt Plane
2402403876 *
$500.00

The above item can be
seen by contacting Joe
Medallion, Plantation
Key, (305) 852-7032.

1460 0903-858 0
1998 Dodge 1500 *
1B7HC16XOWS684372
$1,000.00
2132 0940-462
1997 Bandit Chipper *
IG5790 $2,200.00
2147 0940-573 *
2002 Dodge 1500 *
1D7HA16K32J224753
$3,200.00
3953 1002-397 e
1999 Dodge 1500 '
1B7HC16XOXS216689
$1,300.00
2807 1005-098 *
1998 Ford Taurus *
1 FAFP52U6WA234624
0 $375.00
. .2805 0.1005-120.
1999 Dodge Stratus*
1B3EJ56H6XN616944
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2420 141906-2 *
1994 Ford Ambulance *
1 FDLF47M7REA39787
S$2,300.00
47383000-193 *
2002 GMC 1500 *
1GTEC14W62Z335067
* $3,200.00
1139 3200-066
1992 Ford 3930 Tractor
* BD13048
$1,250.00

The above items can be
seen by contacting
Mark Payakovich,
Plantation Key,
(305) 852-71-58.

Further information may
be obtained from-
DemandStar by Onvia at
www.demandstar.com
OR
http://www.co.monroe
county-fl.gov/pages/
msd/bids.htm or call toll-
free at 1-800-711-1712.
The Public Record is
available at the Purchas-
ing Office located at the
Gato Building, 1100
Simonton Street, Key
West, FL 33040

All bids must be received
by the County Purchas-
ing Office before 3:00
P.M. on December 4,
2008. Bid forms should
be returned to the Pur-
chasing Office in a
sealed envelope marked
on the outside, "Sealed
Bid for Surplus Proper-
ty 2008: BID-BOCC-
339-27-2008/CV" ad-
dressed and delivered to:

Monroe County
Purchasing Office
1100 Simonton Street,
Room 1-213
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: (305) 292-4464
Fax: (305) 292-4465

Any bids.received after
this date and time will be
automatically rejected.
Materials may be deliv-
eredby 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
guarantee specific time
delivery to Key West,
Florida. It is the sole re-
sponsibility of each Bid-
derto ensure their pro-
posal is received in a
timely fashion.

"Employees of Monroe
County are expressly for-
bidden to bid on sales of
surplus Monroe County


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property. No employee's
relative, as defined by -
Florida Statute Section
112.312, shall be allowed
to bid on surplus property
over which the employee
had custody or authority
to initiate or authorize the
decision to surplus." If
any prospective bidder
has a question concern-
ing his or her eligibility ta~,.
bid, please contact
Carlos Victores by phon-
ing (305) 292-4464.

All bids must remain valid
fora period of ninety (90)
days. The Board will au-
tomatically reject the bid
of any person or affiliate
who appears on the con-
victed vendor list pre-
pared by the Department
of Management
Services, State of Flori-
da, under Sec. 287.133
(3)(d),FS(1997).

Dated at Key West this
28th day of October, '
2008.

Monroe County
Purchasing Department

Publish November 1,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.0891400

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

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
BY CLERK OF THE -"-
CIRCUIT COURT

Notice is hereby given
thatthe undersigned,
DANNY L. KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit of
Monroe County, Florida,
will, on the 26TH day of
NOVEMBER 2008 at
11:00 a.m. at the front
door of the Monroe
County Courthouse on
.500 Whitehead Street,
Monroe County, in the
cityof Key West, Florida,
offer for sale, and sell at
Public outcry to the
highest and best bidder
for CASH the following
described property
situated in Monroe
County, Forida, to wit:

LOT 3, BLOCK 23,
GRAINS SUBDIVISION,
A SUBDIVISION IN
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
51, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF

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MONROE COUNTY,
_FLORIDA.
Pursuant to the FINAL
JUDGMENTOF
FORECLOSURE
entered in a case
pending in Said Court,
the style of which is:

WASHINGTON
JIUTUAL BANK,
plaintiff,

v.

STEPHEN R BARLOW
A/K/A STEPHEN
BARLOW; HOME
FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK; UNKNOWN
PARTIES IN POSSES-
SION-#1; UNKNOWN
PARTIES IN POSSES-
SION #2; IF LIVING,
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DE-
,FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

Defendants

And the Docket Number
08-CA-183-M

Witness my hand and the
Official Seal of said
Court, this 29TH day of
OCTOBER, 2008.

Danny L. Kolhage
Clerk of the Circuit Court
-Monroe County, Florida
By: Tammy L. Marciel
Deputy Clerk

Publish November 1, 8,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.0930100

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY

CASE NO.:
44-2008-CA-000138M
DIVISION: MR

RIVER CROSSING
TENNIS AND
COUNTRY CLUB, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROGER LEE BILLINGS,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION


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TO:
ROGER LEE BILLINGS.
WHEREABOUTS &
ADDRESS UNKNOWN

YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED of the
institution of the action by
Plaintiff, RIVER
CROSSING TENNIS
AND COUNTRY CLUB,
INC., a Florida
Corporation, against you
seeking to foreclose a
mortgage on the
following described
property in Monroe
County, Florida:

Parcel ID No:
00333450-00010

The East half of Lot 4,
Block 1, Stirrup Key
Bight, according to the
plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 3, page 168,
Public Records of
Monroe County, Florida.

has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on ROLAND D.
WALLER, ESQ., 5332
Main Street, New Port
Richey, Florida 34652,
on or before November
28th, 2008 and file the
original with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs at-
torney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the com-
plaint.

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SEAL OF THIS COURT
IMPRESSED ON
October23rd, 2008.

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Tammy Marciel
A Deputy Clerk

Publish November 1,8,
15,22,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.0933100

IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE 16THJUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY
Case #: 2008 CA 0153M

Washington Mutual
Bank,
Plaintiff,

-vs.-

Daniel Beattie; Julie
Bosca; James D. Ayres;
Andrea Ayres; James H.
Fenhoff, Jr.; Riki Fenholl;
Unknown Parties in Pos-
session #1; Unknown
Parties in Possession
#2; If living, and all Un-
known Parties claiming
by, through, under and
against the above named
Dedendant(s) who are
not known to be dead or .
alive, whether said Un-
known Parties may claim
an interest as Spouse,
Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, or Other

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Claimants
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order of Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Oc-
tober 23rd, 2008, entered
in Civil Case No. 2008
CA0153M of the Circut
Court of the 16th Judicial
Circuit in and for Monroe
County, Florida, wherein
Washington Mutual
Bank, Plaintiff and Daniel
Beattie are defendantss,
I will sell to the highest
and best bidderfor cash,
Monroe County Court-
house, 500 Whitehead
Street, Key West, FL
33040, at 11:00 a.m. on
November26,2008, the
following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgment, to-wit:

RESIDENTIAL UNIT
C-183 OF VILLAGE AT
HAWK'S CAY ACCORD-
ING TO THE DECLARA-
TION OF PROTECTIVE
COVENANTS, RE-
STRICTIONS AND
EASEMENTS OF VIL-
LAGE AT HAWK'S CAY,
A WATERFRONT VA-
CATION HOME DEVEL-
OPMENT, AS RECORD-
ED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 1488,
AT PAGE 190 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND ANY
AMENDMENTS
THERETO. MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED BY METES


K CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
Phone: (305) 743-0033
REQUEST FOR QUALIFY -\TI()NS FOR
IMECH A NIC I, ELECTRICAL, IRRIGATION, GENERAL.
CONTRACTING, LANDSCAPING, LAN IDt( A.PI' A k I F( [.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT, l ) Il I ; RK( )OUN) CONTRACTORS,
SURVEYORS, SIGN AND PLUMBING SERVICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed proposals will be received by the CITY OF
MARATHON, until 2:00 P.M., local time, Thursday, December 4, 2008, at the offices of
the City of Marathon located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida, 33050
The work for which proposals are to be submitted consists of furnishing professional
mechanical, electrical, irrigation, general contracting, landscaping, landscape architect,
heavy equipment, underground contractors, surveyors, sign and plumbing services for
miscellaneous City projects.
The City intends to retain multiple qualified firms under separate continuing service
agreements. No-minimum amount of such Professional Services or compensation will
be assured to any of the firms so retained, and the City shall not be prevented in any
manner from retaining other finns at its sole discretion.
Prospective Proposers shall not contact or otherwise communicate with City staff or City
officials except as referenced in section B. of the Request For Qualifications.
Proposals shall be prepared, addressed and submitted in compliance with detailed
instructions as set forth in the contract documents. Bid packages may be picked up at
City Hall, 9805 Overseas Highway. Marathon, Florida, 33050. A bid package will be
available for inspection at City Hall.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, to waive irregularities.
technical errors and formalities, and to award the contract as it deems will best serve the
interest of the City.
TCi Mr, ger_, : Pnbtished Key.oter 110, 5/08, /1208 11908 & 11/26/08
,City Managpr -Published Keynoter 11/01/08, 11/05/08, 11/12/08, 11/19/08 & 11/2S/08


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AND BOUNDS AS FOL-
LOWS:
A PARCEL OF LAND,
BEING-A PART OF "IN-
DIES ISLAND, DUCK
KEY-SECTION 1-PART
1", SUBDIVISION AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOKT, PAGE 82, IN
SECTION 21, TOWN-
SHIP 65 SOUTH,
RANGE 34 EAST, MON-
ROE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, PUBLIC RECORDS,
AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED BY METES
AND BOUNDS AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE
CENTERLINE INTER-
SECTION OF DUCK
KEY DRIVE AND GOLF
COURSE DRIVE, AS
SHOWN ON SAID PLAT;
BEAR SOUTH 23 DE-
GREES 04 MINUE 00
SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE CENTER-
LINE OF DUCK KEY
DRIVE, FORA DIS-
TANCE OF 107.84
FEET, TO A POINT OF
CURVE; THENCE BEAR
NORTH 66 DEGREES
56 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST, ALONG A
RADIAL LINE, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 27.50
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FEET, TO THE.POINT
OF CURVE ON THE
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE OF SAID
DUCK KEY DRIVE,
HAVING A RADIUS OF
1096.18 FEETANDA
CENTRAL ANGLE OF
12 DEGRESS 18 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS;
THENCE ALONG SAID
CURVE, DEFLECTING
TO THE RIGHT, FOR AN.
ARCLENGHT OF
235.37 FEET, WITH A
CHORD WHICH BEARS
SOUTH 16 DEGREES
54 MINUTES 55 SEC-
ONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 234.92
FEET, TO THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF AN
EXISTING EASEMENT
AS DESCRIBED IN OFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK
1077, PAGE 0056, OF
SAID PUBLIC
RECORDS; THENCE
BEAR SOUTH 50 DE-
GREES 02 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST, FOR
A DISTANCE OF 787.28
FEET, TO A POINT;
THENCE BEAR SOUTH
03 DEGREES 54 MIN-
UTES 18 SECONDS
EAST, FORA DIS-
TANCE OF 318.08
FEET, TO A POINT,
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Miscellaneous


CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
''; Phone: (305) 743-0033


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR
Beach Cleaning, Maintenance, and
Restoration/Nourishment Services
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed proposals will be received by the CITY
OF MARATHON, until 2:00 P.M., local time, Thursday, November 20, 2008, at
the offices of the City of Marathon located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon,
Florida, 33050.
The work for which proposals are to be submitted consists of Beach Cleaning,
Maintenance and Restoration/Nourishment Services.
A certified or Cashiers Check on a national or state bank or a Bid Bond in a sum
not less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the Proposal payable to the City
shall accompany each Proposal as a guarantee that the Proposer will not withdraw
from the proposal process after opening the Proposals and in the event that the
contract is awarded to the Proposer, he will enter into the contract and furnish the
required Certificate of Insurance, failing which the Proposal Deposit may be
retained by the City for liquidated damages. Proposal Bond shall be from a surety
with an A- or better rating under Best's Guidelines.
Proposals shall be prepared, addressed and submitted in compliance with detailed
instructions as set forth in the contract documents. Proposal packages may be
picked up at City Hall, 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida, 33050,
contact Donna Cofano at the City 305-289-4104 and from DemandStar by Onvia
by calling 1-800-711-1712 or by going to the website www.demandstar.com.
Prospective Proposers shall not contact or otherwise communicate with City staff
or City officials except as set forth in Section 1.13, Instructions to Proposers.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, to waive
irregularities, technical errors and formalities, and to award the contract as it
deems will best serve the interest of the City.
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SAID POINT TO BE
-KNOWN AS THE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF THE
PARCEL-OF LAND
HEREINAFTER DE-
SCRIBED;THENCE
BEAR NORTH 66 DE-
GREES 16 MINUTES 47
SECONDS EAST, FOR
A DISTANCE OF 19.09
FEET, TO A POINT;
THENCE BEAR SOUTH
23 DEGREES 43 MIN-
UTES 13 SECONDS
EAST, FORA DIS-
TANCE OF 65.46 FEET,
TOA POINT; THENCE
BEAR SOUTH 66 DE-
GREES 28 MINUTES 05
SECONDS WEST, FOR
A DISTANCE OF 19.09
FEET, TO A POINT;
THENCE BEAR NORTH
23 DEGREES 43 MIN-
UTES 13 SECONDS
WEST, FORADIS-
TANCE OF 65.40 FEET,
BACK TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.

ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
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GENEROUS SIGNING
BONUS!

Are you looking for a
career...not just a job? If so, we
would like to meet with you.

, TELLERS
, .-l,- ARAITHON & DI \ 'AL,
We will consider enthusiastic candidates
who have strong cash handling experience
and exceptional customer service skills.

We offer a competitive benefits package
including; signing bonus, excellent starting
salary, tuition reimbursement, health/dental
coverage and 401 K with employer match.
Please fax your resume to 239-403-5155 or
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carrier


wanted

for the Marathon area.

Deliver our newspaper

seven days a week

between 4 a.m. & 6 a.m.

This route pays between

$350 and $450 a week.

Come to the Marathon

office of the Keynoter

(3015 Overseas Hwy.)
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ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILEA CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY
WHO NEEDSANYAC-
COMMODATION IN OR-
DER TO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROCEEDING,
YOU ARE ENTITLED,
AT NO COST TO YOU,
TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSIST-
ANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT MONROE COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE, 500
WHITEHEAD STREET,
KEY WEST, FL 33040
WITHIN 2 WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RE-
CEIPT OF THIS NOTICE
OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771;
IF YOU ARE VOICE IM-
PARED CALL:
1-800-955-8770.
DATED at KEY WEST,
Florida, this 29th day of
October, 2008.
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERKOFTHE
CIRCUIT COURT
Monroe County, Florida


ATTORNEY FOR


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260 General-
Miscellaneous


Theater
aa, Sea





If you are upbeat, outgoing, and a team player,
Theater of the Sea has an opportunity for you!

PhotographerNideographer
FT or PT position. Must have basic computer
skills and be proficient in Windows XP.
Pay hourly plus commission.

401 K/health for full time employees!.
Fun atmosphere, working around marine
mammals.
All this in the most beautiful spot in the
Florida Keys.
Fax resume or apply in person.
305-664,8162 EOE.
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PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP
2424 Northr Federal High-
way, Suite 360
Boca Raton, Florida ,
33431
08-097286
Publish November 1,8,
2008
Florida Keys Keynoter

No.9986700
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT INLAND FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
2007-CA-60-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
KAREN DIEHL,
Plaintiff,
vs
CHRISTOPHER
JERASHEN,
KIMBERLY
JERASHEN, his wife,
JAMES W. PEIRCE,
Individually and d/b/a
MARINE POWER
SYSTEMS, DOUGLAS
B. ALLEN, and
MARATHON DIESEL
REPAIR, INC., an
inactive Florida

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


No.9990100
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
2007-CA-60-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
KAREN DIEHL,
Plaintiff,
vs
CHRISTOPHER
JERASHEN,
KIMBERLY
JERASHEN, his wife,
JAMES W. PEIRCE,

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corporation, and its
officer, LUIS GARCIA
a/k/a LUIS GONZALEZ,
JOHN DOE and JANE
DOE jointly, Individually
and severally,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION'
TO:
KIMBERLY JERASHEN
150 Cocoplum Drive,
#10
Marathon FL 33050
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to vacate
three (3) fraudulent
and/orfaulty and/or im-
proper liens placed has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of yourwrit-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Ronald I. Strauss, Es-
quire, the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, whose address is
5196 Overseas Highway,
Marathon, Florida 33050,
on or before November
17th, 2008, and file the
original with the clerk of
this Court either before
the service on the plain-
tiffs attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter: other-
wise a default will be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint.
This notice shall be pu-
clished once a week for
four consecutive weeks
in the KEYNOTER
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of said Court at
Monroe County, Florida
on this 14th day of
October, 2008.
Danny L. Kolhage
As Clerk of-the Court
By Tammy Marciel
As Deputy Clerk
Publish October 18,25,
and November 1,8, 2008
Florida Keys Keynoter


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Individually and d/b/a
MARINE POWER
SYSTEMS, DOUGLAS
B. ALLEN, and
MARATHON DIESEL
REPAIR, INC., an
inactive Florida
corporation, and its
officer, LUIS GARCIA
alkia LUIS GONZALEZ,
JOHN DOW and JANE
DOE jointly, Individually
and severally,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TO:
Christopher Jerashen
150 Cocoplum Drive,
#10
Marathon FL 33050
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to vacate
three (3) fraudulent
and/or faulty and/or im-
proper liens placed has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Ronald I. Strauss, Es-
quire, the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, whose address is
5196 Overseas Highway,
Marathon,. Florida 33050,
on or before November
17th, 2008, and file the
original with the clerk of
this Court either before
the service on the plain-
tiffs attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter: other-
wise a default will be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint.
This notice shall be pu-
clished once a week for
four consecutive weeks
in the KEYNOTER
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of said Court at
Monroe County, Florida
on this 14th day of
October, 2008.
Danny L. Kolhage
As Clerk of the Court
By Tammy Marciel
As Deputy Clerk
Publish October 18, 25,
and November 1, 8,2008
Florida Keys Keynoter

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Miscellaneous

CAMPAIGN WATCH
PARTY
TUESDAY
NOVEMBER, 2008
The Hurricane
4650 O/S Hwy, Marathon
8:30 PM -VICTORY
Watch The Election!!
Local, State And National
Candidates.
$1.00 TACO'S
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-55.1


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EMPLOYMENT

260 General -
Miscellaneous
ADVERTISING
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
Full Time Position
The Florida Keys
Keynoter is looking for a
dynamic Account
Executive in Ihe .-
Marathon and Key West
areas. Prefer someone
with newspaper sales
experience, marketing
experience and/or strong
sales background,
excellent communication
and organizational skills.
Must be a self-starter
with the ability to build
business in a competitive
environment.
Applicant must have
his/her own dependable
transportation with a valid
Florida drivers license
and current insurance
coverage. Prefer
applicant to live in the
Middle Keys for
Marathon position and
Key West for Key West
position.
Salary, Commission.
Fax or send resume to:
Melanie Elder
Marketing Director
3015 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon, FL 33050
Fax 305-743-9586
email:
melder@keynoter.com
No Phone Calls Please
EOE DFW

Supeil l

AVON HIRING
Be your own boss! Flexi- .
ble hours. Bonus Oppor t
Call Cheryl,
866.478.5513 ext. 3
Exp. Appliance tech
needed. Tools, valid dr.
lic., and reliability
required. 664-3662.
LIGHT MAINTENANCE
& CLEANING P/T,
Marathon. Retiree's
welcome. Call for
details. 305-743-0231
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Drivers.
CDL Class A or B, 2 yrs
exp necessary. Apply in
person: 4290 Overseas
Hwv, Marathon. .
Marathon Garbage
Service is hiring Helpers.
Starting pay $9. Raises
based on performance.
Apply in person: 4290
Overseas Hwv, Mthn.
Plumber Excellent pay,
paid holidays & vacation,
medical insurance. Must
be reliable & have good
driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Apply at
10937 O/S Hwy, Mthn or
call 305-743-5357

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Classifieds 305-743-5551


November 1, 2008


S|H 0 S P I T A L

Registered ICU/ER Nurses night shifts
Emergency-Department Director
Part-time Pharmacy Technician
Staff Accountant
Cook-
3301 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050
www.fishermenshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 743-5533 ext. 5563;
FAX: (305) 743-3962
Email: michele.teller@fh.hma-corp.comn
E.O.EJDrug Free Workplace


260 General -
SMiscellaneous


260 General
,Miscellaneous


City of Marathon: Perform general labor mainte-
nance and service work on' City's rights-of-ways,
including but not limited to: mowing, tree trimming,
- weed and pest control and trash disposal. Must be
able to operate, maintain, and perform service work
on landscaping equip. such as weed cutters, blowers,
dump trucks, and all other normnnal maint. equip. May
assist in asphalt and concrete repair and replacement.
Exp. req.: 2 yrs FT performing landscape niaint. and
some general maint. exp. preferred. High school
diploma or GED required, ability to obtain MOT cer-
tification or other licenses as required. Valid FL DL,
required. Salary range $15.00-$19.00 hourly DOQ.
Drug Free Workplace, EOE. E-mail resume to Personnel
Services Coordinator, navlord@ci.marathon.fl.us or fax
to 305-289-4143.


260 General -
Miscellaneous
RECEPTIONIST
WANTED Part time,
$10/hour, Contact Keys
Animal Hospital. 11425
O/S Hwy. M-F, 8-5
RESORT HELP
Immediate openings!
Gen maint, dockhand,
front desk, hsekeeping.
Mthn area 305-797-1707
SIGN INSTALLER/
SERVICE TECH
Experience Necessary.
CDL Preferred. 743-5805
265
Healthcare
F/T Medical Assistant
Front Office. Now hiring
for family practice office
in Marathon. Competitive
salary. Please fax
resume to 305-743-5383
270
Office -Clerical
HMIS COORDINATOR
To provide P/T data base
supportfor Homeless
Org. 20 hrs/wk, Comput-
er skills attention to de-
tail, analytical skills, pref-
ered exp. w/ Excel, and
grant monitoring. Flex.
hrs. and locations.
Background check req.
$15/hr. Submit Resume
to: SHAL, PO Box 2990,
Key West FL, 33045.

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265
Healthcare


Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.


Healthcare coverage, 401 with match and retirement plan. Call 434-9033
or tax resume to 305-434-9040. Visit us at wwwnckEor, EEOCIFWP

Community Health
of South Florida, Inc.
Now seeing 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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Professional
ADMINISTRATIVE
COORDINATOR
Identify/dvlp key perfor-
mance metrics re opera-
tional/fin. efficiency & ex-
pense mgmt for optimal
execution of primary care
medical services. Estab-
lish & direct procedures
for medical billing pro'-
cessing/control. Monitor/
eval cost-effective use of
medical/nursing re-
sources. Job in Mara-
thon, FL. 40 hrs/wk, 9-5
pm, comp sal. Bach or
foreign equiv., based on
edu & exp. in Bus.Admin
or related field of study +
2 yrs exp. in job offd. Mail
resume: John O'Connor,-
MD, PA, 13365 Over-
seas Hwy, #102,
Marathon, FL 33050
Medical Examiner
Mrthn P/T Investigator.
Flex hrs, criminal bkgrnd
chk & physcial skills test.
Start$14-18/hr. Fax
743-9013; call 743-9011


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ADVERTISING

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
Full Time Position
The Florida Keys Keynoter is looking for a dynamic
account executive in the Marathon and Key West areas.
Prefer someone with newspaper sales experience,
marketing experience and/or strong sales background,
excellent communication and organizational skills. Must
be a self-starter with the ability to build business in a
competitive environment.
Applicant must have his/her own dependable
transportation with a valid Florida Drivers license
and current insurance coverage. Prefer applicant to live
in the Middle Keys for Marathon position and Key West
for Key West Position.
Salary, Commission
Fax or send resume to:
Melanie Elder Marketing Director
3015 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050
Fax: 305-743-9586 Email: melder(5keynoter.com
No Phone Calls Please.JEOE DFW
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Professional
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 Danny Sanchez,
305-896-7253
Century 21 All Key, Inc.
280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
IMMEDIATELY HIRING!
Food Runners/Bussers.
Hideaway Cafe, MM 58.
Call between 10am to 12.
noon, 305.395.0024
285
Situations Wanted
TUTOR Avail Grades
3-5, help yourchild to
succeed! One to one w/
cert Teacher. $35/hr. Ms.
Goldstein. 305-619-0313


300
SERVICES

330
Business Services
See the Florida Keys
Business Directory
every Wednesday and
Saturday in the Keynoter
500
MERCHANDISE

545 Yard Sales -
Flea Markets
Cudjoe Key Moving Sale
ALL must go! Electronics,
clothes, movies & more!
22464 La Fitte Dr. Sat. &
Sun, 3-6 pm (11/1, 11/2)

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IMMUNITY
10BANK
S,. OF FLORIDA
dQl# N A WINNING TEAM QF
/ PROFESSIONALS
Exceeding Your Expectations"

Teller/CSA FIT

Key Largo MM 100
Responsible for processing customer
transactions, cross-selling bank products
and services to new and existing customers.
* Previous customer service and cash
handling experience a must.
* Computer literacy required.
* Sales experience preferred.
* High School Diploma or GED

WE OFFER MONTHLY HOUSING
ALLOWANCE IN ADDITION TO
SALARY.

For Immediate Consideration, submit a
resume or an employment application to:
Community Bank of Florida
28801 SW 157th Ave (Suite #302)
Homestead, FL 33033
FAX: 305-242-5732
EMAIL:
recruitment@communitybankfl.com
WEBSITE:
www.comi'nuitybankflcom
*Applications may be downloadedfrom website.
Competitive salary and benefits
EEO,M/F/H/V


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November 1, 2008 Classifieds 305-743-5551


545 Yard Sales -
Flea Markets
Key Largo 10 Seagate
Blvd. Directly across
from Pilot House Marina.
Nautical decor, clothes,
nic-nacs + all must go!
Sat & Sun. 9-?
Marathon Moving Sale
Sunday only (11/2), 8-?
Household items. Too
much to list! All must go!
209 24th St. ocean
MM 85.2 Moving Sale,
Sat & Sun, 9am-3pm.
Furniture, household,
more. 108 Anglers Way
OBO SALE Sat 11/1,8-1
943 91st Ct. Mthn. Furn,
Schwinn Bike, MC Lthrs,
lamps, lot of misc.


CALL CLASSIRED 743-5551


590
Miscellaneous
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn. 743.6506
Golf cart and charger
$250. Gas powered
Harley Davidson golf cart
$1200. Call743-9169
MAYTAG MATCHING
Washer & Dryer, like
new, $380 for both.
UNIVERSAL GYM
Standard weights, com-
plete set-up, $100.
Call 609-915-7305

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Bars Hotels


590
Miscellaneous
Mikasa fine china 12 pc
$100.Anheuser Busch
collector mugs, Elvis col-
lectibles, Gone With The
Wind dolls, collector *
plates, typewriter, tv
stand, etc. 852-6305
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watches
Call 305.743.4578

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with the Keynoter's
classified section.
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280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels


600
FINANCE

610 Business
Opportunities



KL Bookstore For Sale.
Well Established Turn
Key Business in Great
Locale. 305-619-6477
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,
Mtnn Call 305-743-4603

700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
A beautiful Mrthn 2/2
Somb. Beach Rd, priv,
space, on canal. Covered
prkg, no sik/pets. FLS.
$1600/mo. 743.2969

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551



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

525
Auctions


710
Homes for Rent
A Marathon 3/2.5 unfur-
nished large home.
F/L/S. $2300/mo incl
utilities. 305-743-6359

]Waterfront,
A must see Marathon
2/2 on ocean newly renov
furn/unfurn, yearly,water
on 3 sides, all tiled, SS
appl. W/D, dock, tiki,
fantastic yard, views, priv
gated tropical paradise!
$1950/mo + util. FLS
914-522-9092
A new 3/2, 1300sf CBS
stucco, RamrodKey, on
swimming canal. $1490
long term or $1690 short
term lease. 923-1717
ANNUAL RENTALS
MTHN 2/2 Condo $1150.
2/2, Canal Front, $1400,
Grassy Key 2/2, $1195.
3/2, $1495.Call Barbara
atCOLDWELL BANKER
305.289.6499


BEAUTIFUL NEW BPK
3/2 Home. OCEAN VIEW
32ft canal front, Quiet
Nbrhd. Must See! L/T
pref. Sue 304-9699
BIG PINE-EDEN PINES
2 bd, home on boating
canal. Feels like a tropi-
cal tree house.
$1495/mo. Lease to
purchase. 305-872-5088
BIG PINE KEY 2/1
Unfurn. very secluded,
close to shopping
$1100/mo plus Security
Call 508-472-8626
BIG PINE KEY Lrg 2/1,
deep water danal w/
dockage, C/A. W/D, fen
yrd, Eden Pines area!
$1600/mo 305.395.0816
Big Torch 3/2 on Canal,
dock, davits, W/D, n/s,
Pets? $1850/mo F/L/S
872-4289. View at
my.att.net/p/pwp-btk
CALL CLASSIRED 743-5551

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Auctions


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Cheeca Lodge & Spa, the 4 Diamond luxury resort
located in beautiful Islamorada.

We have an immediate need for:


Food & Beverage Accountant
Experienced Food & Beverage accountant for its resort outlets and
new stand alone restaurant. Strong inventory and cost accounting
skills a must. Primary duties will include daily revenue and cost report-
ing, accounts payable,payroll. Candidate must have an accounting
degree or equivalent training, at least 5 years accounting experience
with at least 3 years in Food and Beverage accounting and a self
motivator. QuickBooks and Excel a plus.

Sushi Chef
Modern, new sushi bar located inside Cheeca Lodge is seeking an
experienced sushi chef to join our team. This sister restaurant to
Nikai (www.nikaisushi.com) specializes in both traditional & innovative
Asian cuisine.

Sushi Apprentice
Sushi experience helpful, but not required. Training provided for the
ideal candidate. Position requires: a culinary background, interest
in Asian cuisine, outgoing, service-oriented personality.


Please Apply

By mail: Cheeca Lodge & Spa, P 0 Box 527,
Islamorada, Fl 33036
By fax: 305-664-8591
By e-mail: Resume@cheeca.com
E.O.E.


710
Homes for Rent
Cudjoe Key 2/1 on ca-
nal, SS appl., pool, tiki,
A/C,W/D,D/W. $1500/
mo incl most util. ALSO
1/1 apt on canal. Pool,
tiki, W/D. All utils incl, w/
cable & DSL. $975 mo.
305-393-0292
DUCK KEY, Prestigous
area, 2/1 single family
home, newly decorated,
beautiful large kitchen,
garage, patio, nice land-
scaping. Avail 12/1/08.
Min 1 year only.
$1625/month. Add. dock-
space possible.
305-289-0677,
305-240-1423


Islamorada 2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$1350/mo fum or unfurn.
Century 21 All Keys Inc,
305.395.0381, Jennifer
Islamorada Ocean View
Quiet, beautiful reno 1/1
+ den &fpl. Non smoker.
$1200 + utils. 664-5888
Islamorada seasonal
3/2 MM 88.5 BS. Furn.,
WD, no smoking/pets.
$2200 mo. util. incl.
F/LS. 954-673-7933.
KCB LG 3/2 STILT Deep
dock, unfurn. Pets ok,
Long term $2200/mo -
ACRE 305-743-7636
Key Largo MM 96.5 3/2
corner lot, newly remod,
new firs, Home Owners
Asso. park on water. 305-
776-0186,305-360-3333
Little Torch 2/2 On stilts,
swimming canal, down
from Dolphin Marina.
Also apt. 305-872-3602
or cell: 305-481-4763
LITTLE TORCH KEY
On canal, 2/2 + family'
rm/poss 3rd bdr. Lg. priv
fncd yd. dock w/sliding
board, Canal on 2 sides,
and Clearview of Gulf.
W/D, pets ok. Long Term
$1575/mo. Call
484-356-4742
LONG KEY MM 68 2/1
Dock, Tiki Hut, Fenced
rearyard, $1400/mo, no
F/L/S willbilly@aol.com
305-304-7530

610 Business
Opportunities


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A New Concept:
Property that pays for
itself in the Keys?
Transient rentable real
estate that rents for $1,250
per month during season
and $650 off season with
your payment being
approx. $600 per month.
Do you believe In
Supply and Demapd?
R.V. lots have disappeared
in the Keys. Ownership
in .r ; pr., I oilr rir.
Get In on the ground floor
of this booming industry
not effected by real estate
down-turn. Unbelievable
financing available.
www.breezypiresrv.com





610 Business
Opportunities


/ Tavernier
Towne Center
Turnkey opportunity, 1,200 SF
existing hair salon available for
Lease. Prime location in bustling
S shopping center.

Commodore Realty
305-365-2600 x 40. ':


SkPublic Auction/

Saturday Nov. 8 10 am

102971 Overseas Hwy.
Payment accepted: Visa, MasterCard. American Express,.Cash
Buyers premium: 13%
Join us for this eclectic sale with a variety of items offered up to
the highest bidder. Everything from beer lights to Construction
Trucks, generators, four wheelers, Oak Display case, Zippo
lighter, Jim Beam collectors bottles, etc. Continue to check our
website for pictures we will be posting till the sale date. We will
see you there for a fast and fun sale.
www.welchauctions.com
". 305-619-7770
Robert Welch, Auctioneer,
,WEICH A UCTib N.',",: o,"',84778,AB,2737'1;27 ,


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710
Homes for Rent
Marathon--1/1, unfurn,
cute & clean! S. end-of
Mrthn. $900/mo + util.
Call Kitty, Coldwell Bank-
er Schmitt RE 289-6510
MARATHON
2/1, H/D, $1000 orOBO
Ocean Front Cottage
1/1, Call Lela
305-395-0814
MARATHON 2/1
on canal, nice quietCr;.
street. W/D hook-up,
large carport. $1350/mo
F/L/S. 305-743-5623 or
280-3984
MARATHON 2/2 +,3rd
BR orfam rm. W/D. New
kitchlbath, D/W. Clean,
big rooms. $1400 + utils.
F/US. Call 305-304-3744

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551



$600 per month
(approx. with approved credit)
NO INSURANCE
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710
Homes for Rent


Waterfront j
MARATHON 2/2
Tropical Paradise.
Water on 3 sides.
$1950/mo + util. F/US
914-522-9092
MARATHON- 3/2
Across from Dodge Lake
Waterviewl!! Must see!!
1 0 sq ft. $1500/mo.
F/L/S 609-827-3653
MARATHON 3/2, Built
2005, Central a/c, stain-
less appliances, w/d, d/w,
$1695.00/month, year
lease. F/US.
Call Gordon Smith,
Bascom Grooms Real
Estate 305-304-3422
MARATHON 4/4.5
Waterfront! Seconds to
Gulf! Unfurn F/US
$2500/mo 305-289-0790
OPEN WATER VIEWS
MARATHON/KNIGHTS
KEY2/2 + den, W/D,
DW, central AC; LG deck
8 ard. Long Term yr Ise.
$1495/mo F/US
305-304-3422
Marathon- Long Term
2/2 on Ocean, $2000/mo
Furnished
Island Breezes Realty
305.743.8328

fWaterfront
Marathon Unfum, stilt-
ed, 3/3 on Flamingo Is-
land, canal, tile thru-out,
carport; w/d, a/c. Bonnie,
C21 305-743-3377 x 113
Marathon Waterfront
Nice 2/2 home. Canal,
Dock, Fum. $1400 F/L/S.
2/2 Condo. Furn, Canal,
Pool. No pets, $1300 F/
US MKRentals 743-9087
Ma 100 waterfront
fullyfurn. 2/2 up & 1/1
down fully equipt. 35'
dock. $1900 plus util.
F&S. 305-992-8448.
MM 103 3/1, new tile
+granite, C/A, big yard,
H.O. park $1400 +utils &
sec. 305-766-1424
MM 88.52BR/2BA(1
with jacussi), loft, dbl
porches, SS appl, remod-
eled, beautiful, HO park.
$1200 F/L part sec. (305)
896-1041 or216-7582,

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


710
Homes for Rent

MM 91.52/1 Irg porch,
unfurn, quiet neighbor-
hood $1000 mo + utils.
F&S. 305-852-5957 or
505-690-8653



MM 94.5 BS 2/1 up.
Kitchen, Irg screen porch,
C-A/C, W/D hookup, DW,
tile floors, walkto HO pk
w/ramp. Small pets ok.
$995.305-453-5216
MM63 -CONCH KEY
1/1 Furniture and Utilities
furnished. On water.
$950/mo. F/US
706-463-2333
hhf@vol.com
Plantation Key Colony
3/2. Walk to schools.
$1600 mo. FLS.
'786-326-7149
PORT LARGO 2/2
46 Bahama Ave., unfurn.
Gardner incl. Avail now.
$1,100 mo. 1stmo$100 .
off! Call 415-246-3403
Ramrod Key Furn 2/2,
deep water canal, dock,
no bridges. W/D. Short or
long term available.
954-803-4051
REDUCED!!! CUDJOE
KEY 2/2 Canal front,
$1575/mo + util. F/US
Judy Jack/Keys to the*
Sea Realty 304-1413
SUMMERLAND KEY
2/2 on Ocean, dock, boat
basin, A/C, W/D, Avail
12/1 $1725/mo F/L, Call
Mary 561-371-9838
Tavernier 2/1, panaram-
ic bayview, tile through,
island kitchen, Irg. lot.
$1500/mo.
305-598-8719.
WANTED Marathon 2bd
or larger house to rent
long term, w/ dockage.
Immediate occupancy.
305-481-2611

712 Mobile Homes
for Rent

Canalfront 3/2 on
private lot across from
bay. MM 106. Season &
Section 8 welcome.
Barbara 305-972-4709.
ELEGANT 1/1 Key RV
Full size kitchen, furn.
screened in porch, stack-
able w/d, $950/mo + util,
305-923-9542
KEY LARGO 32' trailer,
1/1, great location w/bay
view & beach. MM 99.
$600 +utils. 451-5200
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, Section 8
welcome. Close to
schools. 305.216.6300
MARATHON 2/1
Clean. Pets ok, large lot.
-$950mo.
473 W. 105th St. Avail
after Nov 10.295-6432


Classifieds 305-743-5551


November 1, 2008


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


MARATHON 3 BR,
clean, yard, off street
parking, 92nd St. ocean.-
$1000/mo. Call 481-5057
MARATHON Furnished
1 bd/1 bth on canal with
dock. $1000 per month.
Call 743-2324
Marathon Keys RV Prk.
1/1, furn.,.sunroom &
deck. Free cable.
$750mo + utils. 1 yr
lease. 305.360.7666.
Marathon RVPark
2br, 1 ba, screened in Fl.
room, A/C, appliances,
free cable! $900/mo, 1ST
& sec. 305-872-4144

1GRE TIVOT:

MM 101 BS fuin 2BR/2
BA, Irg storage shed,
CAC, HO marina &
beach. $1200 + util. FLS
954-647-4576/2576
Trailer 28' shadedtrail-
er park, MM 101. $625
mo. incl utils. Refs req.
305-230-1899

1GREff. ".
$800.00/mo Rent to Own
2005 1bd Mobile Home
on Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelieveable op-
portunity to own like new
home on beautiful lot. 20
minutes to Key West.
305-797-5184

725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent'
A MARATHON 2BR, 1
BA, w/d hkup, fenced
yard. $1200/mo.
CALL (305)481- 5057
A Mrthn Half duplex Ig
1/1, waterfront, deep
water dockage. Totally
remod W/D, $1250.6 mo
lease ok. 305-481-5057
AFFORDABLE 1 BR
APARTMENTS in
Marathon Shores. Call
for details. 305-743-6088
Affordable in Marathon
Move in Now! Wkly or
monthly from $225/wk, all
util incl. Fully furn. Dock-
aqe avl. 305-289-0800
BPK1/1, unfurn, canal,
W/D, A/C, 750 sf. I yr.
lease. No smkr/no pets.
$1000/mo util inc. F/L/S.
872-3215 or 305-4598
BPK, 1BR + den, corner
waterfront apt. w/con-
crete seawall. Easy
access to.Bogie Bay.
Cat OK. $1275/mo.
305-923-0360
BPK, 2/1 duplex on canal
W/D, priv yrd, access to
open water, pet ok. F/L/S.
$1375, some until. Sea-
sonal/annual797.1622



CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


BPK Jolly Rogers
Estates rentals, water-
front, dockage avail. 1/1
efficiency lower unit
$800/mo, util inc. & 1/2
newly remod upper unit
$1400/month util inc. No
pets. 305-481-1538

|Waterfrontj
BPK Jolly Rogers
Estates 1/1 effic, dock-
age, lower unit $800/mo;
1/2 newly remod upper
unit $1400/mo util inc. No
pets. 305-481-1538
BPK PINE CHANNEL
ESTATES 2/1, pets ok,
$1300/mo + utilities.
Security Deposit Req
786.229.0228
Efficiency 1/1 down,
partfurn, kitchenette, MM
88.5. $600 incl utils. F/L
part sec. (305) 896-1041
or216-7582
Fully furn 1BRapts. &
Irg effic, clean, reason-
able rates. Key Largo.
mo. Daytime 451-4722.
Eves/weekend 451.3609
Grassy Key 1 room
efficiency. Fully furn on
ocean. Coin laundry &
pool. Very quiet. Now
thru Dec. (?) maybe long-
er. $750/mo. util inc. Boat
slip extra. 917-468-9111
Grassy Key Bay View
2bd/2ba half duplex.
W/D, D/W, microwave.
$1300/mo + util.
305-731-8934
GREAT OCEAN VIEW!
Marathon, 2/1 Condo
Very priv. Furn, Remod-
eled. Small pet ok. F/US
$1500/mo 305.481.8372
ISLAMORADA Large
2/2 condo. Pool, beach,
dock, tennis, W/D. $1200
month. 305-968-1004
KCB 2/2 on private
beach w/ heated pool.
Tiki hut w/grill. Avail
Nov 23. $1500/mo + util.
305-743-0173

Waterfront
KCB-CANAL FRONT
3/2 duplex, fully furn, cen-
tral A/C, W/D,garage, 37
ft.dock, NO pets, annual
Ise. Reduced! $2000/mo
+ util. Available now.
305.289.0708
I EDUCED. I
Key Colony Beach
1/1, unfurn, noW/D, no
smkrs or pets. 6 mo.
lease or longer. $750/mo
+ elec. F/US. 743.4133

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KEY LARGO 2/2, FURN
C/AC, W/D, Hurricane
Shutters, No smoke/pets,
$1350/mo, incl util/cbl
FA4S 786-346-5005



KEY LARGO MM 102
1/1 quiet neighborhood,
unfurn, newly renov. long
term Ise. $825/mo incl
util. F/L/S. 305-240-1679
Key Largo MM 1021/1,
furnished. No pets, no
smokers. $900/mo incl
utilities. 305.970.4344 or
305.904.8866

1Waterfront
Key Largo MM 95.3 /
Canal front w/ocean view,
Ig 1/1, furn, W/D, $995/
mo + util, FLS. Inc cable
& Wi-fi. (305) 852-6495
Keys Gate Homestead
condo 2/2 up Screened
patio, eat in kitch, spa-
cious, unfurn. Club-
house/pool/tennis. F&S
$1050 mo. 305-852-8477
Lrg 1BR/1BAapt MM
104.5 BS. $900 mo incl
utils. FLS required.
305-453-5435
MARATHON
10883 7th Ave. 2 BR,
1 BA upstairs apt. Avail
now. No pets. $1100 mo
+ dep. 289-0352
MARATHON 124th St.
2BR, 1 BA, 1/2 duplex.
All tile thru-out. Carpeted
bedrooms. $1100 + util.
F/L/S. (305) 289-1190
MARATHON 20 Stirrup
Key. 3 BR 1 BA, C/A.
$1200/mo F/US
225-362-7935
MARATHON 2/1
$1050/mo Water incl.
Great Location F/S
153 109th St.
Call Jim 872-6937
MARATHON 2/1
Centrally Located, Avail.
NOW. $1200/mo + util.
Call Luis 305-481-6189
MARATHON 2 BR +
den, 1 BA, unfurnished.
No pets. $1200/mo. +
$500 dep. 743-7580
MARATHON 3/2.5
Townhome, in gated
community w/pool. 1488
sq ft. on stilts. $1650/mo
Call Dave 401-639-0003
Marathon/Coco Plum
Waterfront! 20 Coco
Plum Dr. 1/1 w/poss.
dock, $900/mo + elec.
2/1 $1100 elec incl.
1-305-871-4653
Marathon/Conch Key
Bayfront, small 1 br apt,
furnished. $850 mo incl
utils. 305-467-9023


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


MARATHON duplex apt.
2/2, 1000 sf. 10834 5th
Ave. Gulf. Sturdy
construction. $1300/mo.
F/US. 289-1887
MARATHON efficiency
Covered parking,
dockage, furnished.
$900/mo. 305-522-9136
MARATHON Efficiency
Water, elect, cable
included. No smokers.
$145/wk. 1st& Last
required. 743-1952
MARATHON EFF
Screened Porch,
$700 month includes util.
$700 Dep. 74th St.
786-325-5254 or 5257
MARATHON/GRASSY
KEY EFFICIENCY.
Includes utilities and
cable, parking, $790/mo
305-731-5888
MARATHON HALF
DUPLEX,.1/1 $850/MO
Plus util. F/L/US
Call Karen 743-2300
MARATHON HALF
DUPLEX 2/2 on water,
$1000 Dep. $1500/mo
Avail. NOW!! 731-9579
MARATHON LG 2/2
Water view, Ig scrnd back
porch, wood firs, new
appl, $1500/mo, util. incl.
F/US 225-362-7935

IWaterfront
Marathon MM50 Fresh
& clean 3 BR, 2.5 BA
condo. Lanai, pool, con-
crete seawall, deep water
canal, boat at back door!
Min to ocean, no bridges,
walkto Sombrero Bch. 6
mo. min. $2200/mo.
Options. 561-215-8855
MARATHON MM 51
Studio, Lg. porch/yard
Pets OK, $700/mo incl.
util. 912-220-2932
MARATHON NEW Apt's
Furn. Studio $1000/mo
Unfurn 2 bd, $1200/mo
C/A, tiled, w/d, Storage
Call 954-599-7114
MARATHON OCEAN
FRONT Eff. Gated, Pool,
fishing pier. No pets/
smoking. CLEAN.
Seasonal $1600/mo
F/L 305-219-4818
MARATHON OCEAN
Front Condo, 2/1, Fur-
nished Dockage on site.
No Smoke/Pets. F/L/S
$1500/mo 305-289-0790
MARATHON OCEAN
FRONT Studio, Fully
furn, long term,
$950/mo + util:
Robert 305-431-0836

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551

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Furnished 2/2 or
I /1. Short or long
I term lease.
I3(952-F -17041Z41
for more details
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MARATHON snowbird
eff. 3 mons $1500 per.
Gated, super pool, pier,
jet tub, deck, grill, no pet-
s/smokihg, F/L clean.
305-434-0287
MARATHON- Sombrero
2 BD, 2 BA upstairs apt.
yrly Ise. 1 mile to beach &
shopping. $1350/mo, wa-
ter incl. 305.743.7986
Marathon Sombrero
Beach Rd. 2 BR, 2.5 BA,
dockage avail. Call
James (305) 304-6210.
Dockage available

IWaterfront/
Marathon studios
Cable, water & elec inc.
Furn/unfurn. Pool, gated, .
dock avail. $900-$1300
743-9322 or 240-4969
Marathon unfurnished, 1
large BR, living room
kitchen, centrally located.
$90Q/mo. inc water, gar-
baqe. 305-393-9345
MARATHON Very small
studio apartment. In-
cludes W/D and utilities.
$600/mo. 797.1622
MM 92 waterfront furn
2BR/2.5BAtownhouse,
tiled firs, 2 screened bal-
conies, pool, boat slip,
easy access to ocean,
cable/water incl. No pets
or smoking. FLS $1600
mo. 978-423-9767



MM100 OS (2) 1/1 on
canal $1015 &$1020 incl
util. No pets, Refs. FLS.
453-7881,586-242-0619
MM68 SPACIOUS APT
1500 sq ft, 2/2 Bay View.
$1400/mo
willbilly@aol.com
305-304-7530
MM901 BD APT On
Canal. $850/mo-incl .util.
Plantation Key Colony
Pets OK
772.546.5855
MTHN 2/1, Coco Plum
Furn, Dock incl, clean,
$1250/mo incl. water. 3
mo min, F/L/S Cred chk/
ref, No pets 522-4246
MTHN Little Venice Dup
1/1, furn, tile fls, granite
cntr & apple, W/D, fncd yd.
$900mo/yror$1600/mo
Nov-Apr 954-295-0717
MTHN NICE 1 BDRM
Ocean-front furnished.
$1300/mo incl. util. many
extras, safe & private.
305-393-7718
Tavernier 1BR/1 BA
near Harry Harris Park.
Avail now. $650. Call
Shanie 305-962-9639
TAVERNIER2/1 Italian
tile, W/D hook-up, A/C.
$900/mo F/L/$250 Sec.
162 Adobe Casa Ct.
MM 94.5 863-202-5474
TAVERNIER
Waterfront condo
2 BR, 2-1/2 BAbbbotslip.
Forsale.or rent.Avail
Nov 1st. 305-853-2548


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November 1, 2008


725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent
$500 Off Move-In
Special! Ramrod 2/1, up-
stairs apt., C/A, ceil fans,
tile firs, W/D, fen.yrd,
OSP, incl water & elec.
$1450/mo F/L&$1000
sec. 305-923-4251
740 a Roommates -
Rooms for Rent
Marathon Male to share
2brtrailer in adult park.
W/D, cable, A/C, non-
smoker. $650 incl utils.
$300 sec. 289-3975
Marathon Private Room
& Bath W/D, A/C, NO pet/
smoking, Hurricane safe,
$875/mo + $875 Sec
incl util267.221.8369
Marathon Professional
to share quiet 3/2house.
$800 mo, $400 sec. AC
pool No pets, smkg drugs
or drama 954-655-0422
Marathon Room for rent
Separate entrance, pri-
vate bathroom. includes
utililes. No smoking, no,
pets. $610/mo. 304-8291
MARATHON very quiet
efficiency apt., separate
entrance,W/D, Cable.
$645/mo incl util. F/L/S
305.393.0294
ROOM FOR RENT In LG
MH Private bath. Keys
RV Park, $650/moincl
util. Call 743-8367 or stop
by Lot 25Wfor more info.
Roommate MM 103
2BR/1 BA,furn. $700 mo.
Util/cable incl. F&L. No
'pets. 305-304-1245
750
Vacation Rentals



ANGLERS REEF HOME
for Rent! $300/night,
$2000/week,
$6000/month. Brand new
single family home in a
great location! Call
Raymond J. Vasquez,
Licensed Real Estate
Broker 305-395-1777
Key Largo 1/1 MH, pool,
AC, screen FL rm, free
cable & internet. $1100
mo. +sec. No pets, no
smoking. 786-255-8921
Key Largo Manatee
Cove Canalfront RV lot
oceanside. Pool, gated.
Seasonal/yrly $1200 mo
Sell $195k 786.515.7782-
Key Largo Winter or
summer rental 3BR/2BA
or 2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954.885.9591
MARATHON 2/2
Open Water Views!
Pool, dock, all amenities,
nicely furn. Special
RATE! 334-329-4786
Mrthn 1/1 MH, fullyfurn,
on canal w/dock. Bring
tooth brush & fishing
pole! AvI Nov-Apr. No
smk/pets.'860-671-0055
CAUL.CLASSIFIED .743-5551


750
Vacation Rentals
MTHN BONEFISH 2/2.5
Townhome/Marina.
Ocean view, pool, tennis,
furn. Private home. 2 mo
min. $3000/mo no
:smoke/pets. Avail Jan 1.
.586-598-3851
NO NAME KEY2/2
Secluded, solar powered
home, Key Deer Refuge
Monthly. 561-736-0786
SENIOR COUPLE
desires to Rent 2 or 3 bd.
Vacation home or Duplex
on canal for Jan, Feb,
March. KCB, Sombrero,
Marathon area. Can af-
fordto pay $500-$550
weekly:
Call 609-601-1407
TAVERNIER1 BR
condo. Private beach &
dock. Beautifully furn!
$1500/mo 305-343-2991
790 Business
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
house/storage Unit
500sf $400/mo; 1000sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus- .
trial Rd. 305-522-5841
COMMERCIAL WARE-
HOUSE SPACE, approx.
800 sq. ft. 10701 6th Ave.
Gulf, Mthn. 743-5438

HEART of MARATHON

Office or Retail, 1000 sq
ft. next to Publix, the new
Walgreen's and a
Marina. WaterView.
Call 1-561-743-3745
MARATHON grand level,
comp remod, US 1
across from airport.
1100sqft.$1600/mo.
Call Suzanne 395-0053
Marathon Ist Month
Free Rent! Overseas
Hwy exposure. Great
location 3rd Generation
building, 305.481.5057 '
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
OFFICE SPACES, US 1
MM 92 adjacent to Bank
of America. $950 mo.
Call305.451.4555
US1 at MM 94with 60'
Canal Frontage. 1200 sq.
ft. newly remodeled
Office/Retail. Lease or
purchase. 630.675.8711

880 Lots Acreage
for Sale

BUILD TODAY
Permits in hand
Big Pine Key
Drs. Arm
New Section
Canal, By Owner

954-396-2292


800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale
'A Sellers, List for as
low as 1.5% Buyers get
upto $5000 rebate.
keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
FOR SALE BY OWNER
MARATHON 3/2, Tile,
fncd yd. ONLY $265K
obo 305-896-6184
JUST REDUCED!

JGRE rtr.

Islamorada 2/1
Cottages, completely
renovated, boat ramp &
pool, off street prkg.
$289K. Call Rose
Century 21 All Keys Inc,
(305) 395-0383

[M Listing
SPECTACULAR 3/2 in
KLYacht Club. W/ Dock
Enter Listing 21928573
ForSaleByOwner.com
Ocean View$875,000

AIX!EMjjOM

$800.00/mo Rent to Own
2005 1bd Mobile Home
on Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelieveable op-
portunity to own like new
home on beautiful lot. 20
minutes to Key West.
305-797-5184


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810
Homes for Sale
55 & OLDER (pet friend-
ly) Probably.the nicest
Mobile Home in the Keys.
Recent $1 00K up-grade.
Maybe the best deal in
the Keys. 100 yds from
your own priv. bch. Lo-
cated in secure well kept
property. With this pur-
chase you become a part
ownerin 10 acres of
Ocean Front Property. 2
bd. 2 bth, plus nice work-
shop. Beatiful priv. yard'
w/jacuzzi. Asking
$188K. Tom 849-7705
812 Mobile Homes
for Sale


Key Largo MM 102'82
Skyline MH set up as 2
private 1BR units.
Fenced, 2 concrete
sheds, parking. $1600
mo income potential.
$109k. 305.394.1511
Live in Paradise! 2/1,
40' MH in Summerland
Key. W/D & apple new:
$650 lot rent w/opt to buy,
$25K for MH. 360-2218
Marathon. 40 ft. Skyline,
NEEDS TLC Waterview!!
apple. work. $4Kobo Lot
rent $1300/mo. cacioud5
55y@ahoo.com
OWN A PIECE OF
PARADISE! 2bd/lba 35'
Dutchmen trl w/ 30' tiled
scrn porch. Commercial
tied-down/slide out. 6x7
utility shed. View the bay
from home. 55+ resort
w/ reasonable lot rental.
Boat dock & ramp avail at
on-site marina. Call 786-
493-4264,305-343-0353

IWaterront
$800;00/mo Rent to Own
2005 1bd Mobile Home.
on Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelieveable op-
portunity to own like new
home on beautiful lot. 20
minutes to Key West.
305-797-5184


880 Lots Acreage
for Sale
Key Largo Calusa RV
lot. Boat Ramp, bay
access, pool. Financing
by owner. $85K.
786.515.7782.

890 Business
Property for Sale
Conch Style Comm
Bldg Exc.cond. 1960 sq/
ft. Zoned MU comm.
'$699K. Clara @ Chaplin
RE 305-395-2095

1100
MARINE


17.5' Lowes Rough
neck side console. '06
w/75 hp Evin. E-Tec, &
Swing tounge trl.Very low
engine hrs., Live well. BB
@ $10,700. Make offer.
305-853-9528 Iv. msg.
20'Mako CC'98, T-top,
150 hp Johnson, GPS,
fish/depth finder, VHF,
trailer. 305-393-7468
22' Chris Craft boat w/
Johnson 225 HP. In good
cond, Livewell, new gas
tank, etc. $7000 obo.
305-289-5725
23' Annacapri CC, 175
Evinrude, new t-top &
console, new alum. float-
on trailer (deck needs re-
pair). $4500
14'J Caralina skiff'07
w/25 HP Yamaha '03,
casting platform, storage
seat, new trailer. $3500.
305-896-0076
23' SEABIRD Center
console, 200 HP
Yamaha low hrs, w/trail-
er. $5,000 305-289-7318

1160
Sailboats
22' CATALINA,
w/ Dinette. Sleeps 5,
2003 15HP ELECTRIC
START, Mercury motor.
Excellent Condition.
$4500 OBO
305-743-0273


U25I Condo -
Duplex for Sale 1180
Dock Rentals/Sales


BANK FORECLOSURE
Key Colony Beach
Waterfront Half Duplex
$425K. Tommy Gomez
Coldwell Banker,
393-5156
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


Dock slip avail, up to,
45'. $450 water & elec.
incl. Key Largo Harbor
Marina MM 100 Ocean-
side. 451-0045.
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
MM90 DEEP WATER
Dockage, up to 60 ft. 5Q
amp service, $500/mo.
772-546-5855


1180
Dock Rentals/Sal
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath
house. Free wash/dry
for res. $585.731.338
1190
Miscellaneous

'00-225 hp OPTIMAX
30 in. shaft, $2500
2-V6 Johnson Lower
units, 15 in & 20 in sha
$500 each 872-1412
24' T-Craft Trap Boal
(no eng), 500 Lobster
tags "B", 1050 Stone
Crab tags "B", 300 St
Crab traps. $49,500 fc
all. 305-240-0971
28' Continental boat
for pontoon or catama
ran. $1900. Used twice
305-923-3436
39' Defender'84 fish
boat w/1100 lobster t
& traps. $169,900 obo
Must sell. 786-523-16
39' Morgan 8V92 650
HP, 700 hrs. since Ove
haul, rigged lobster/cr
$20,000. Call
305-393-9256.
AA Dave buys permit
So Atl Snapper, Groul
Gulf reef, K/Mack, sha
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hrs! 904.262.2869


All types of permits f
sale!! Rock Shrimp, K
Fish, S Atlantic Snapp
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack
& pelagic, Commercia
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy
sell & broker all types
permits. Call before yc
buy or'sell! Please cal
prices. Licensed & Bo
ed. All permits guaran
teed valid for transfer,
many references avai
John Potts Jr. 321.78'
5982 or 321.302.363C
www.shipsusa.com
COMMERCIAL FISH
LOT-Big Pine Key, 1i
135, concrete; dock,
water, electric, $475,C
305-289-5725
GULF REEF
Commercial and
Charter Boat Permits;
Ready to Transfer. Ca
Cptn Mike 361-356-11
Licensed captain Ex
to live aboard 54' Bert
in Key West: Rent neg
based on ability to ma
tain & assist upgrade.
Ref. req. 305-872-312
Liveaboard Docks
Mrthn, covered deck
area, new private bath
house. Free wash/dry
for res. $585.731-338
Lobster tags (B) 600
$55; Stone Crab tags
traps $14,' 305-289-57


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Miscellaneous


es


3-: ,
er MARATHON BOAT
6 SLIPS NO Live-aboards.
Dry Storage, Must have
WHEELS. $4.00/FT.
Call 305-481-0775
Mthn-Marine Storage:
boat trl. campers. any
clean storage ok on
.wheels. $3ftyr; $4 ft 6 mo
ft, $5ft mo. Emil 731.33t6
T-Craft, 28ft.,Cummins
t diesel. 2077 Lobster
certs & traps, forklift"
$150K 305-289-1144
one
r 1300
trlr TRANSPORTATION

e. 1350
Automobiles
ing
ags Wanted autos all years.
S Cars, vans, trucks.
25 Runningornot.
Call 305.332.0483
er- 01 Chevy Tracker
ab. 72K miles, great condi.
cold A/C. $3800, OBO.
305-522-3536.
ts '82 Rolls Royce Silver
per, Spirit, A/C cool, runs
irk, exc. Call 393-0078 info &
pic on craiqslist.com
95 Custom Miata, Cust.
I- body kit, 17" rims, new
paint& windshield, Bomz
racing seats & harness;
or Momo steering wheel.
ing Too many opts to list!
er, $6500.305-896-0076
reef 05VW BUG Underwarr.
Il 45k mi. New tires. Elec
sunroof. Many extras.
$12,000.305-743-2165
97 Lincoln Mark 8,
S 111Kmi., great cond.,
of A/C works,new tires.
ou $4500.305-394-2932.
I for
IT, I IB
79 Chevrolet El Camino
i. white w/red trim, V8 305,
4. great cond. 82k miles.
Asking $3,000.
305-393-1947 Must see!
50x 1380 e Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
00,
This space available
for your Camper/ RV ad.
Call The Keynoter at
743-5551
ill
172 $$ HOLIDAY RVS $
p'd,
ram We Buy, Service &
o Consign late model RV's.
in- Paint & Body Work.
23. Stora:ge & Propane avail.
S $$ 305-451-4555 $$


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