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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: May 16, 2009
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SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2009 I CONTENTS @ 2009 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. I VOL. 56, NO. 39 I WWWKEYSNET.COM I '25 CENTS


Key West celebrates its
ties to Cuba wnh a cigar
dinner and a coast-to-coast
conga down Dur al Street,
and the Guitars Gone Wild
Tour comes to islamorada-
with two of the world's
most rocking female guitar
players performing at
Founders Park. All this and
more in L'Attitudes, starting
on Page 17.



Mark the date
The 12mdenbery like(\
will be scuttled off Key
West on May 27. See stors,
Page 8
Dwindle's out?
The county Planning
,Commission looks to be
getting its second net\
member in as many w eeks.
See stork Page 15


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e pect more criminal
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.4 man \\ho considers Kei
Largo his part-time home has
committed the largest pledge
eter receited bi Habitat for
Humanity International.
J Ronald Tern thger.an Ocean
Reef property owner for file lears
and chairman of the Habits
International board of directors,
said on Thursday that his estate
w ill include a 5100 nullion legacy
gift to the organuallon.
"I hope this gets et ely body
thinking about helping afford-
able-housing efforts." Terat elliger
told the Keyworer. "NI\ hope is
that this \\ill raise awareness of
the need and help prompt other
donors to step up
Terit alliger retired in 20th
See DONATION / 3


Innkeepers' group
asks businesses
fOr their views
By SEAN KINNEY
Annes eket r..:.rer c.:.n'


As of Au ust -
9 -
a $7.50 annual
, ,
IlCenSe required
By KEVIN WADLOW
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The end of most beense-free
shoreline fishing in Florida
seems to be as mentable as the
Alulhars Square sunier
Beginning in August, state
officials \\III requne most recre-
allonal bndge and shore anglers
to hold a state 57.50 annual


such-- and 3 e cen so be
--support the concept of a cloth-
lng-optional beach but only if a
is located out of new.
Elet en percent of responders
either were against or were lean-
lng toward being against a
clothing-optional beach, while
the rest of the responders dia's
care one was or the other
Earlier this week. Kei West
Innkeeper'< Association
President lan Wharnel distnb-
ured the surwis to businesses
and has since compiled and
See NUDE BEACH / 2


license. new11 approted br the
Florida Leg islarure
onl\ a tero bi Got CharIle
Crist ta shine in a GOP
fundraiser this weekend in Kei
West would preient the shore-
line-license lau from taking
effect.
"We hope the gaternor under-
stands the situation and will be
supportile" of the beense, said
Ted Forsgren. elecutive director
of the Coastal Consertation
Association-Flonda


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Obituaries . . . . 1
Opinion . . . .
Sports/Outdoors ... 2
Crosswood ..... .. 2

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4 At least one segment of the
Kei West business communny
has spoken. Eight\ percent of
.-; garism-based business
- owners surleyed sa\ the\ sup-
port a clothing-optional beach in
the Southernmost CIn
More specificalls.of the sup-
, porters. -18 percent say "Kes
West needs a clothing-optional


See FISHING / 4


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Ocean Reef man
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BY DAVID BALL


Wilson said he questioned
Reitzel for the first time this
week, although his investiga-
tors have interviewed her sev-
eral times since the allegations
surfaced against Acevedo and
-she resigned March 3. .
Wilson said there appeared
to be a "passive understand-
ing" by many employees not
to question actions-by senior
members of Randy Acevedo's
adMinistration.
"I don't think there's any
question that some of the
employees in finance felt
reluctant to confront Mrs.
Acevedo based on her rela-
tionship to the superintend-
ent,'' Wilson said. "But I don't
think there was overt intimida-
tion." .
After the credit card allega-
tions surfaced, Reitzel told
The-Reporter the credit card
misuse "has been going on for
a long time" and was the cul-
ture of district "higher-ups."
The School Board hired
forensic auditor Richard
Fechter to look into allegations
of workplace intimidation,,
among other financial abuses,.
although so far he has not
reported any such findings.
Board member Steve
Pribramsky, an accountant,
said he. believes -the state's
audit will likely fault the
finance department for not fol
lowing certain procedures
meant to catch the fraud.


Ace vedo s
credit card
use since
2005. School
finance
records show
the card was
used to buy
thousands of
dollars of
items like


By the time former Monroe
County school administrator
Monique Acevedo is arraigned
on felony grand theft charges
on May 26, state prosecutors
expect to be closer to adding
credit card fraud charges to
their case.
Assistant State Attorney
Mark Wilson said this week
it's clear a state audit to be
released any day- now will
show Acevedo abused her
School District-issued credit
card. Wilson said charges
related to her card use should
come in a few weeks.
"I don't think there's any
doubt that work [state auditors]
have done already provides a
basis for further charges,"
Wilson said. "But they were
only mandated to go back to
July 1, 2007. The question is
how far back to we go."
Prosecutors allege
Acevedo, the district's adult
education coordinator, stole
more than $180,000 in cash
tuition payments from stu-
dents.
Acevedo, wife of schools
Superintendent Randy
Acevedo, was arrested April
30. The exirrent charges carry
a maximum penalty of 60
years in prison,
Wilson said his office
would likely look at


Forecast: Expect partlY
cloudy skies with a
chance of thunderstorms.



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COast Guard gets
nOW COmmander

U.S. Coast Guard Station
Islamorada has a new com-
mander.
Fnday. Chief Warrant
Officer Christopher Acklin
iecieved command of the sta-
tion from Chief Warrant
Robert Schmidr. Schmidt
received the Coast Guard
Commendation Medal at the
change-of-cornmand ceremo-
ny.
Schmidt will next take
01er as the commanding offi-
cer of Coast Guard Station
Bellufgham in Bellingham.
Wash.
Under Schmidt's leader-
ship. Coast Guard Stimon
Islamorada had more than
6.000 underway boat hours.
including more than 460
search-and-rescue cases and
300 law enforcement cases.
Acklin is reporting from
Coast Guard District Seven's
Tactical Law Enforcement
Team in Mianu.




The following Keys
beaches have advisories
against swimming:
Smothers Beach, Key
West.


Keys Information Station
Channel 5 News
Monday Friday
6:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:00 .m
P -
Keys news daily
from the staff of
The Keynoter,
The Reporter and
Keys Sunday,
on Comcast Cable,
ChannelS.


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DVDs, expensive furniture,
clothing and other seemingly
personal products.
The purchases were identi-
fied as "textbooks" and "sup-
plies" for adult education pro-
grams, which include GED
preparation, cosmetology and
English for speakers of other
languages.
Schools .Finance Director
Kathy Reitzel has said her
staff wasn't responsible for
checking every purchase by
holders of district credit cards,
just for chsuring that receipts
and other documents were
provided each month.
Supervisors were supposed
to.sign off on monthly state-
ments, but that often didn't
happen with Monique
Acevedo's purchases. Her
immediate supervisor, Deputy
Superintendent Mike
Henriquez, said he assumed
the.purchases were fine if they
weren't flagged by the
Finance Department.


tiative to revitalize Higgs Beach.
Since then, the movement has
taken on a life of its own with the
creation of the group Florida Keys
Free Beaches, which, in turn, is afi
offshoot of Miami-based South
Florida Free Beaches.
Richard Mason, president of
South Florida Free Beaches, was
instrumental in the designation of
a quarter mile of Haulover Beach
,in North Miami as clothing-
optional in 1991. Miami-Dade
County groups that monitor area
tourism estimate Haulover
Beach's yearly economic contri-
bution at around $400 million.
Mason told the Keynoter that
clothing-optional beaches are
designed to, be family friendly
and that a common hang-up in
legislation is the inability to sep-
arate nudity from sexuality.


"That's the way we've been
raised," he said "There's a lot of
adults out there that believe that
mere nudity isn't offensive to a
child.Alot of people, they're only
nude when they're taking a show-
er or having sex. Thitt's the thing
they've got to learn about natur-
ists it's non-sexual nudity."
Mason also explained, using
Haulover as an example, that
naturists take pride in maintain~
ing their beaches and stick to
strict rules of etiquette, monitor
folks with potential sexual agen-
das and are good stewards of the
environment.
"It's almost like liftmg a boul-
der qff your shoulders. It's a type
of freedom you have to expen-
ence to understand. That's what
America is all about choices."


NUDE BEACH / From 1

.released the results. Those who
were surveyed include the own-
*ers of guesthouses, retailers,
restaurants and attractions.
"We think it's important to
give our members the opportunity
to share their opinions on whether
or not to have a clothing-optional
beach in Key West," Whitney
said. "The survey results show
that, while there are differences of
opinion on this issue, there isn't
much controversy."
The public dialogue over a
clothing-optional, or naturist,
beach in the Southernmost City
began a few months ago when
County. Commissioner Heather
Carruthers and City Commis-
sioner Teri Johnston began an ini-


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been strong supporters of the
Upper Keys Habitat for
Humanity chapter, said board
Vice President Doug Rench.
"They've done everything
from serve as trustees to volun-
teer in the Habitat Home Store,"
Hench said.
The Upper Keys affiliate has
"helped families who need homes
here in the Upper Keys,".Hench
said. "We've donated two* homes
this year, and rebuilding a five-
plex behind the Habitat store."
The Middle and Lower Keys
also have active Habitat chap-
ters. The most visible project
right now is a complex going up
along U.S. 1 on Big Coppitt Key,
across from the Circle K.


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said, noting that he also spends
time in Trammel Crow's head-
quarters hometown of Atlanta
and in New York City.
"We love the Keys," he said.
"We have a couple boats there, and
I love to dive, fish and play golf.
We just really enjoy the relaxed
nature of the Florida Keys."
Terwilliger took up scuba div-
ing at age 40, which eventually
led him to the Keys.
"It was something I always
wanted to try," he said. "I liked it
and was fortunate to be able to
dive around the wodd. Then I
found there was a place I cbuld
dive without leaving the country.
I started diving off Islamorada,
and a buddy of mine told me I
had to try Ocean Reef."
Terwilliger graduated from the
U.S. Naval Academy, and
remains a supporter of the acade-
my. He also owns the WNBA
franchise in Atlanta, where he has
actively supported youth sports.
He became active with
Habitat about a decade ago.
About ?0 percent of his legacy
gift will go toward a micro-
finance fund to help low-income
families around the world repair
and improve housing.
The balance will create an
endowment for financing Habitat
projects.
"Habitat for Humanity Inter-
national estimates that this single
donation will help 60,000. fami-
lies with access, to improved
housing conditions," says a state-
ment from the group.
Ocean Reef residents have


DONATION / From 1

from his job as chief executive
officer of the nation's largest
multi-family housing developer,
Trammell Crow Residential. He
remains chairman of the board of
the firm.
"In my professional life, I've
seenhousingstrengthenhealthedu-
cation, families, communities and
economies," said Te illiger, 66.
"We are humbled by and
grateful for the unprecedented
commitment Ron is, making to
Habitat for Humanity," Habitat
International Chief Executive
Officer Jonathan Reckford said:
"It's a solid demonstration of the
passion he has for our mission
and for decent,' affordable hous-
ing throughout the world."
The need for workforce proj-
ects that Habitat directs can be
seen in the Keys, Terwilliger said.
"I want to remind everyone
that with the higitcost of land and
increasing .construction costs in
places like the Keys,-there is a
whole lot ofhard-working people
here who cannot afford to buy a
home anywhere near where they
work," he said.
"We need to help these folks
have a decent place to livb so they
don't have a.big financial burden
or the stress of commuting long
distances."
Terwilliger and his wife pur-
chased a home, currently .
assessed at $5 million, in Ocean
Reef about five years ago.
"I'm a Florida resident," he


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featuring Monroe County offi-
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Although the conference is
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FISHING / From 1

"We think people who use fish-
ing resources.should help pay to
mainta) the resource," Forsgren
said of his group's longtime sup-
port of a shoreline license.
This year, a mandate from fed-
eral fishery managers for a more
accurate accounting of Florida's
recreational angler population
made the shoreline license a
necessity, Forsgren said.
"Removing this glitch [in the
state saltwater fishing law] will
save Florida's recreational
anglers about $20 million they
would have spent on a federal
license," Forsgren said.
Martin Alsobrook from
Linda's Bait Shack on Big Pine
Key said he has mixed feelings
about a shoreline license.
"\Ve do need a little moke
Imarine]enforcement,"Alsobrook
said. "If the money stays within
the fishing area, I guess I have no
problem with that. But if they just
put in the general-revenue fund to
spend how they wantI'd be really
. not happy."
Proceeds.from the shoreline
license, as with all fishing license
revenue, will go into the Marine
Resources Conservation Trust
Fund, which helps pay for things
like enforcement, habitat protec-
tion and hatcheries, Forsgren said.
As part of the same law, the
cost for special stamps required
on regular saltwater licenses for
snook and lobster will increase.
Lobster stamps wn cost $5;
snook stamps will cost $10. The
stamps have cost $2 since 1989.
Legislative background reports
say the shoreline angler license
will apply to an estimated 115,000
to 185,000 anglers, and generate
about $900,000 annually.


Celebrating our past


By DAN GALLAGHER Science program. In the center of the photo is the
Paint Foreman's House, converted from the
kitchen and mess hall in earber years. Today this
fri 1922 Pigeon Key served as a site for main- budding is a dom1itory for Pigeon Key marine
training the track on the bridge and as home to the science students. }'ou may also note a platform
bridge tenders who operated the Moser Channel built next to the bridge. This is where the Florida
Draw (visible in the far distance). The building on East Coast Railway train stopped at Pigeon Key
the left was the Section Gang's Quarters, now the for passenger and freight service., Photo fmm
niain classroom for the Pigeon Key Marme Brian Schmitt collection dated 1922.


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Under the state saltwater fish-
ing law enacted in 1989, Florida
residents were not required to
have a license to fish from a
dock, bridge, pier or shoreline.
Out-of-state residents already
must buy a license to fish in
Florida whether they fish from a
boat, bridge or shore, unless they
fish on a for-hire vessel with a
boat fishing license. The least
expensive license for out-of-state
residents costs $17 for a three-
day permit.
. "We get quite a few visitors
who come in here to ask about
where to fish from shore or a
bridge," Alsobrook said. "It will be
interesting to see if the state creates
a cheaper non-resident shoreline
license to help these folks."
Florida residents who fish
from a boat are required to have a
$17 aimual license, with some
exceptions.
The shoreline license can be
obtained at no cost by state resi-
dents over 65, or those who can
show financial hardship. State
residents under 16 are riot
required to have a license,
An exemption in the hew
shoreline law says people using
the simplest gear a cane pole
or line with .natural bait --- can
fish in their home county at no
cost. Adding a reel or "a fishing
line retrieval mechanism" trig-
gers the license requirement.
Having thh shoreline license
will keep Florida residents from
being required to pay a federal
fee for being in a national registry
of recreationalanglers.
As of Jan. 1, 2010, the
National. Marine Fisheries
Service wants detailed informa-
tion, from states on how many
recreational anglers there are so
the government can better gauge
fishing pressure.


the victim. She ordered him to
leave but he refused.
She said her brother was next
door with his girlfriend when he
heard the disturbance at his
house. When he walked over to
check on it, Arbolaez hit him in
the head with a baseball bat,
deputies say.
Arbolaez and Rafael Angel
Medina, 19, were charged with
burglary and aggravated battery.
The victim was taken to Mkners
Hospital.


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ISlamorada man
beaten with bat
.
Two Tavernier man were
arrested Thursday afternoon after
they put another man in the hos-
pital in a fight, the Sheriff's
Office says.
The sister of the victim was at
home on West Indies Road when
three men came looking foi her
brother. She told Deputy Kenneth
Baker that heavier Arbolaez, 23,
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from midnight to 10 a.m.
and/or 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.,
while even-numbered address-
es are the same hours on
Sunday. Irrigation with 100
percent reclaimed water is
exempt.
South Florida has received
6.14 inches of rain since Nov. 2
- just 40 percent of the histor-
ical average for that period
since 1932. An average season
produces 18 inches of raid.
The Fforida Keys received
4.5 inches of rain from
November to April.
That, combined with the fact
we're "moving into high evap-
oration and transpiration
rates/longer periods of wind
and sunlight," makes it difficult
to replenish water levels. -
"Our groundwater levels are
reaching a precariously low
level and e really need to pre-


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can issue a warning or a cita-
tion," Genovese said, adding
code officials will respond to
calls from residents and busi-
nesses.
Municipalities are responsi-
ble for setting fines forwater
violations. The breakdown
goes as follows:
+ Monroe County: A first
violation will be $25, and the
second and any subsequent vio-
lations will be a fine not to
exceed $500 and/or a jail term
not to exceed 60 days.
+ Islamorada: Fines would
be $75 for the first violation
($50 if the citation isn't con-
tested), $100 for the second
and $500 for any subsequent
violation.
4 Marathon and Layton:
Each violation could be up to
$250, at the discretion of each
city's code, board.
+ Key Colony Beach:
Violators receive an initial


warning, then a $25 fine. A
third violation will be a $100
fine and subsequent violations
will be $250.
+ Key West: The city plans
to deal with water violations as
it would any other code com-
pliance problem. Residents or
businesses will first get a warn-
ing; if they repeat the violation,
they face an appearance in
. front of a magistrate, a $150
fine and $250 in court costs.
Martin said 20,000 warnings
and 21,000 citations were
issued in 2007 and 2008
throughout the Water Manage-
ment District's 16 counties. He
said they're necessary to
encourage compliance.
"The restrictions. really do
work and once people learn
about them they're good about
it. Unfortunately you have to
issue some citations, but, after
they get them they understand,"
he said.


serve the resource," says
Patrick Martin, from the Water
Management District's Water
Supply Department. "Ours is in
the red zone, which indicates ...
potential for saltwater intru-
sion." ,
Water Management District
Florida Keys Service Center
Director Thomas Genovese
said he's counting on Monroe
County residents' inherent ten-
dency toward conservation to
help conserve water.
"There is an environmental
ethic in Monroe County; they
try to do the right thing,"
Genovese said.
But if they don't do the right
thing, Water Management
District officials called on each
municipality's code officers to
convince them.
. "No jurisdiction has the
resources to dedicate staff to go
out .and enforce these water
restrictions. If they see it they


The driest dry season since
rainfall has been recorded in
South Florida led state water
officials to travel to the Keys
Wednesday and begs support
from local municipalities in
enforcing new water restric-
tions.
South Florida. Water
Management District officials
spoke at the Marathon
Government Center, detailing
recently declared Phase III
restrictions that limit outside
watering and irrigation to just
one day a week.
Odd-numbered addresses
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Enforcement
Of feStrictions
Is stepped up
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rmccarthy@keynoter.com


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J. Ronald Terwilliger knows about building houses.
The part-time Key Largo resident he owns an Ocean Reef
mansion is a developer but not your typical developer;\He's
the former chief executive officer of the nation's largest multi-
family housing company, Trammell Crow Residential, and
remains its chairman.
But he's also committed to helping teachers, riurses, police
officers and others who keep a community going build afford.
able homes.
He's put in a lot of time with Habitat for Humanity
International, the made famous. by Jimmy Carter and
that's committed to making home ownership a reality for peo-
ple who might not otherwise be able to afford it.
And now, the chairman of Habitat International has put his
money where his heart is: He's pledged $100 milhon to the
organization. That kind of cash will help build a whole lot of
decent, affordable homes-
About 70 percent of his gift from his estate will go toward a
fund to help low-income families around the world repair and
improve housing. The balance will create an endowment for
financing Habitat projects.
Terwilliger told the Keynoter he hopes "this gets everybody
thinking about helping affordable-housing efforts. My hope is
that this will raise awareness of the need and help prompt other
donors to step up."
Arnen
. Habit t's mission is simple: It partners with qualified families
on no-interest homes. In return, the families iflust put in 500
hours of what's called sweat equity, working on other Habitat
homes. You get what you give.
In the Keys, Habitat has done great work. We have three very
active chapters, one in each geographic area of the island cham.
Combined, they've put dozens of families in homes, givmg
those families not only roots but a larger stake in the commu-
nity than they had.
Terwilliger says it best: "In my professional life, I've seen
housing strengthen health, education, families, communities
and economies." -
We applaud him for such a generous gift to such a deserving
Organization and certainly hope that some of it will trickle
down to the Keys and help everf more families realize the
dream of home ownership.
To get involved with Habitat for Humanity in the Keys, call:
+ Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys, 453-0050.
+ Habitat for Humanity of the 1VIiddle Keys, 743-5002.
+ Habitat -for Humanity of the Lower Keys and Key West,
294-9006.

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Contents copyright 2009 Keynoter Publishing Co.


EDITOR:
People who.buy homes in residentially
zoned neighborhoods presumably do so as
residences, not commercial enterprises,
Renting residences for seven days or even 28
days would make such entities commercial,
not residential.
The mandate reached by majority vote on
short-term rentals should not be overturned by
commercial interests. In fact, minimum rental -


periods for homes in residentially zoned
neighborhoods should be six or 12 months.
And while I'm on the subject of property
rights, since owning a home involves the con-
cept of peaceful ownership, I believe the no-
diving rule within 300 feet of improved subdi-
visions should be extended from th'e lobster
mini-season to the remainder of the year.
Gregory Klimock
Summerland Key


our daily community spirit, our*commitment
to ife the best that we can be; and to be there
when you need us. Our physicians and staff
strive to provide the very best safe, quality
care. This care is reflected m our continued
excellent Gallup Customer Service rankings.
The leadership of Fishermen's Hospital
wants to take this opportunity to say, thank
you to each and every member of this com-
munity for your support. Every week, we are
proud to be a vital part of this incredible
commumty.
Kim Bassett .
Marathon

busy year
trafficking. Working with the Sheriff 's Office,
inroads were made into launching this pro3-
ect.
And the Z-Club 31 members strong;
they are everywhere right beside Zonta
wolm .sure something was left out because
this club never stopped; we thought outside
the box every step of the way. It was the work
of our club members who.gave back to the
community because no one person could do.
all we did. It took the village (the.club).
Teamwork, strong women, caring hearts and
honor kept us working hard.
We are proud to be Zontians and work for
the community we live in. Thank you for
allowing us to woik for those in need.
Charlotte Quinn
Marathon


Letters of local interest are welcome, but
subject to editing and condensing. There is
a tt satd g an individual are wel-
come. However. space does not permit
publication of thank-you leifers consisting
of lists.
Letters must be signed. Anonymous letters
will n dbe pubi a me phone number

(which will not be published) where you
may be reached if there are questions
a utdyour rc res dence.
+ Mail: Editor, Keynoter, RO. Box 500158,
Marathon, FL 33050
4 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com.
Fax: 743-6397.


EDITOR:
Caring, commitment and dedication are
more than just words. They are the minimum
requirements necessary to work at
Fishermen's Hospital
The week of May 10 through 16 was
National Hospital Week. The leadership at
Fishermen's Hospital would like to take this
opportunity to express our gratitude and
appreciation for the support we receive from
our community, our health-care workers and
the patients that we serve.
Hospital Week is only one week out of
the year, but it bring with it a reminder of

Onta in Marathon had a
EDITOR:
Last tide I looked, it was May 2008. What
happeried this past ygar in the Zonta Club of
Marathon? As Ilook over our brag poster, I
am impressed and speechless; this club did a

lot.We baked, worked and served for other
nonprofit benefits in the community; collect-
ed items like pennies, books, canned goods,
toiletries, school supplies at our meetings to
support local organizations; sent bedding and
bought a stove for those in need ovei the
waters.
We sponsored a child ID program, walked
in- the Relay for Life, delivered groceries
monthly to the hungry and Christmas toys for
children whd, without our help, would have
no Santa.
Special projectswere many literacy
programs for elementary schools, the beach
run for Keys Area Interdenoininational
Resources, Zonta Bell Rmging Day. We creat-
ed and maintained a clothes closet for home-
le s wombn, provi d om shoes and gowns

We financially supported the Marathon
High School knedia center and library center,.
the school culinary prograin, the Keys Center
for Girls, Independence Cay for homeless
women services, the KAIR food bank, the
Domestic Abuse Shelter and the Grace Jones

Da 1pC omen with health issues and
\ve will give out $30,000 in scholarships this
year to children of Marathon. We were truly
there for the community.
At the largest event in Marathon, the
Original Marathon Seafood Festival, we had a
chance to educate 19,000 people about human


Keys Opinion


Satuci IVIayf6,2009


Maintain neighborhood peace, keep short-term rentals


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saturday, May 16, 2009


Keynoter


Thank yoil to Capt. Hauck for
giving us this opportunity and for his
support. Hats off to him for making
this cruise happen for the athletic
department.
Teresa Konrath
Director of athletics
Marathon High School


EDITOR: *
Great appreciation goes out to
Capt. Bill Hauck and his crew for
their generous contribution of the use
of the Sea King for an alumni sunset
cruise benefiting the Marathon High
School football program. The cruise
was full of lots of fuil and enjoyment
for those that boarded.


EDITOR:
I would like to express my appre-
ciation and that of the Coral Shores
High School Athletic Department to
all the volunteers who recently
helped administer free physical for
Coral Shores student-athletes.
A special thanks is extended to
doctors Paul Ellison and Brian
Magrane, along with nurses Ann
Perry, Alice Morrison and Margaret
Joyce. I also would like to recognize
the extraordinary efforts of Jackie


Mates and Coach Cindy Hall, who
graciously gave of their day.
A final thanks is directed to the
group of parents who chipped in to
assist. That group included Sonny
Broivn, Deli Hudson, Linda
Munshower, L'ucy Doyle and Bruce
Stoll.
Rich Russell .
. Director of athletics
Coral Shores High
Tavernier


Max is reunited
... with the letter
ff@ writer, with some
help frorri the
Wild Bird Center,
the Electric
Cooperative
and an
anonymous
caller.

Max's return makes Mother's Day more special


EDITOR:
Many times we hear from the
chambers of commerce imploring
and pleading for residents to shop
local. Further, we are told that there
should be a reduced rate on bids for
county projects.
This might be a good thing but
too many times, businesses do not
show up or even have the courtesy to
call.when they cannot make an
appointment. This just happened on
a recent morning to us. Maybe they


got lost and the dog ate our phone
number.
- Customer service and geographic
loyalty is a two-way street. I hope
that in this challenging economy,
services and attitudes change for the
better. The old adage that "this is the
Keys" is in fact getting old. There
are many businesses in Homestead
and Florida City and Miami that
want our money, too.
Donna Juriaco
Plantation Key


EDITOR: -
On May 10,my green wing baby macaw
flew out of his cage when I went to go get
him out for his feeding time. I have to.hand-
feed him since he is only 4 months old and .
doesn't know how to fend for himself. -
We called him Ma. Max had my hus- .
band and I looking all over the neighbor-
'hood for him. Meanwhile, the Marathon
Wild Bird Center was called by an anony-
mous caller. By the time that Dana and
Jessica from the bird center caught up to
Max, he had decided it was time to fly back
home.


Max flew into a 30-foot coconut tree, so
Dana and Jessica called the FloridaKeys
Electric Cooperative to come out and help
rescue Max from the tree. The co-op's
Russell Heath went up in the bucket on his
truck to bring Max back dowli.
We would like to send our appreciation
to the Marathon Wild Bird Center and to
the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative for
all their help and for not only saving the
day, but for making my Mother's Day a
happy one, after all.
Luly Quintana
Marathon


EDITOR: .
Booin or bust is largely psycho-
logical. Some incident triggers,
and then momentum takes over.
People who are not in the stock
market are exposed to the news
and it affects them.
With the aid of groupies, we
have elected a rock star command-

Foundation helps
family in need
EDITOR:
The Doran-Courtemanche family
wishes to thank the Coldwell Banker
. Schmitt Charitable Foundation for
its generous help. >
Due to a serious medical condi-
tion in our family, our funds were
very low. The foundation came to .
our aid with a payment of our mort-
gage. We wish to thank them very
much.
Ray Doran
Marathon


er in chief less qualified than a
recent graduate of the Paris Island
boot camp. At least the Paris
Island graduate wouki know how
to load, aim and fire a rifle. The
rock star seeks to implement
FDR's failed Works Progress
Administration, which only pro-
longed the Depression, showing
his ignorance of economics.
- With his constant ranting of
doom itnd gloom for us to do what
he wants or things will get w6rsel,
he may very well jawbone us into
a decades-long depression,
To save the economy, cut the
capital gains tax, cut the corporate
income tax, and give an across-
the-board refund of 10 percent of
the 2008 income tax. The markets
will boom, people will hear the
good news, 401Ks will recover.
People *will once again start
spending and the economy will
rebound-
Harry Decker
Big Pine Key


EDITOR:
Like many, I have done my share of
political complaining and it is getting
worse, for good reason,
It's a fact that fewer successful business
people become politicians than attorneys,
and that must be because the attorneys saw
the legal scam that can turn them into mil-
lionaires after becoming a U.S. senator or
representative. After being elected, they
are so busy giving speeches and helping
friends get jobs or contracts that they have
forgotten the real reason we put.them into
office. The tea-party gatherings were held
to regain their attention, and it doesn't
seem to have worked. -
. Right now an immigration bill is being
passed around that would grant so many
rights and monetary concessions to ille-
gals, it is not just stupid, but scary.
Another bill would turn all water rights in
America over to the federal government,
. What kind of craziness is being pushed
on us? It's time for term limits, one term


for senator and two for representatives.
Eliminate their retirement program and put
them into Social Security. Maybe they
won't be so fast to spend or tax it.
Check the Internet on Senate and con-
gressional retirement benefits. Congress
has done as it sees fit for many years, and
it's time, as the tea-party people say, to get
their attention. They will only pay atten-
tion if the numbers could affect their votes.
The citizens have been.held in check
and set aside for many years, and that's the
way the politicians want it. If it's impor-
tant to you, make yourself heard.
Maybe instead of billions of dollars
spent on the campaigns and listening to
their promises for months or years, they
should be required to just fill out a 200-
question questionnaire while wired to a lic
detector. That might thin out the candi-
dates and at the same time give us real
insight on how to vote.
Monty Davis
Key Largo


Keys Op~inion


Alumni cruise sailed smoothly


Student athletes get free phyrsicals


Local doesn't necessarily mean better


Cut taxes, watch the economy grow


Fight the power in-Washington








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it's subject to change. That's what
we're shooting for."
"26th underway and 27th
sinking," Key West City Manager
Jim Sch'oll said. ''We're working
with a production schedule to get
all the final preparations done.
He added, "However, there
are factors that could delay the
scuttling, including weather and
other unforeseen circumstances."
The 523-foot ship that once
tracked spacecraft blastoffs from
Cape Canaveral as well as
Russian missile launches during
the Cold War is in Key West
Harbor undergoing final prepara-
tions to be scuttled.
The day before the scheduled
sinking, the ship is to be towed
and anchored at a predetermined
site situated seven nules south of
Key West in 140 feet of water.
Law. enforcement agencies,
including the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion and U.S. Coast Guard, are to
enforce a 500-yard perimeter
arolind the ship during the transit
from Key West Harbor to the sink
site. For the sinking, a one-mile
perimeter is to be enforced on the
water and in the air. No unautho-
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permitted within those perimeters.
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Florida Keys National Marine
Sanctuary officials are to begin
installing mooring buoys. After
the buoys are installed, the wreck
can open to sport divers, sanctu-
ary officials said.
More thair 70 percent of the


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Project organizers coordinat-
ing the transformation of a retired
missile tracking ship into an arti-
ficial reef off Key West said
Friday they hope to sink the Gen.
Hoyt S. Vandenberg on May 27.
"h's May 27, weather permit-
ting, of course," said Bobby
Dube, information officer for the
state Fish and Wildlife


The da before
the scheduled
.
Sinking, the
ship is to be
towed and
anchored at
a site seven
mileS South
Of Key West.


project's $8.6 million cost has
gone to ridding the vessel of con-
taminants so the Vandenberg can
be sunk without adversely
impacting the Keys reef.
Key West City Commissioner
Bill Verge, a point person for the
scuttling, said federal regulators
are conducting walk-throughs of
the vesseL with "Q-tips and mir-
rors on sticks. They found a 1-
inch piece ofwiring. People can't
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doesn't
include a
class-action
lawsuit with
nearly 900 Big
Pine Key and
No.Name Key
residents that
If Key Largo
MURLEY attorney Jim
Mattson is
working on.
"But the whole point of that
initiative is to bring some kind of
conclusion to' the process by
identifying a source of funds to
buy these properties so that these
cases aren't hanging out there,"
Shillinger said.
The Monroe County
Commission votes Wednesday
on Murley's contract. The meet-
ing begins at 9 a.m. at the Murray
E. Nelson Government and
Cultural Center in Key Largo.

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Big 10ad of gas
10tind during stop

A traffic stop early Friday
ritorning in Islamorada result-
ed in the arrest of a Miami man
for transporting a large amount
of gasoline illegally.
Deputy Yunier Galvez from
the Monroe County Sheriff's
Office was on patrol at mile
marker.85 at 1 a.m. when he
spotted a U-Haul truck swerve
off the road and almost hit a
fened. He pulled the'truck over
to check on the welfare of the
driver, identified as Yoendys
Azanza of Miami.
In the truck were 30 15-gal-
lon containers of gasoline.
Azanza reportedly said he
found the gasoline near a con-
struction site in the Fort Myers
area and was taking it to the
Keys to sell it for a profit.
Azanza was charged with
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"As small business owners, we found that in talking with the TIB staff, they were.always eager
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Faced with a potential string
of land-takings lawsuits, Monroe
County is set to renew a consult-
ing agreement with former state
Department of Community
Affairs Secretary Jim Murley to
try to find a balance between
development and conservation.
The state deemed the Keys an
Area of Critical State Concern in
1986, when officials determined
that local, government was not
doing enough to protect the sensi-
tive environment. Since then,
development decisions and com-.
prehensive planning 11ave been
subject to approval by DCA.
Many residents feel that over-
sight is too stringent and stands in
the way of their property rights.
That's resulted in a number of
"inverse condemnation" cases,
some of which the county has
lost or settled.
That inchides a $5.9 million
settlement in 2003 in what is
called the Shadek case, stemming
from a takings lawsuit in Key
Largo.
In a 2008 report titled
"Planning the Balance For A
Sustainable Florida Keys
Initiative," Growth Management
Director Andrew Trivette writes
county "taxpayers have spent
millions of dollars to defend
against takings-related claims.
This county and state have spent
nearly $200 million in property
acquisition.and yet nearly 7,000
parcels or 7,490 acres remain
Identified for purchase in the
Monroe County Land
Acquisition and Management
Plan."
Trivette told the Keynoter that
10urley's task is to help the coun-
ty find money to buy those
parcels. He'll be paid $27,000.
Trivette suggests obtaining
national park status for a number
of property owners in his report,
but Murley said such a designa-
tion "is a high bar."
"I was asked to look beyond
one tool, which would be a
national park. When I finish my
work, they'll have other choices
to make," he said.

AttC Bo S tger t 1 e
Keynoter there are seven takings
cases pending right now. That


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The fill is gone, babe, the fill is gone


But not without
some dissension
flom Worthington
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmacarthy@keynoter.com

A normally subdued Marathon
City Manager Clyde Burnett was
noticeably bothered Tuesday by
Councilman Pete Worthington's
contention the city could have
sold, rather than give away, some
16,000 cubic yards of "unsuit-
able" sewer fill stored between
47th and 48th streets.


Rosasco's lot was one of six
different locations where
Globetec distributed -the fill;
some of the locations were out-
side the county. Unsuitable fill
essentially means the dirt is laden
with various debris that cati't be
compacted and built on.
Worthington said Tuesday he
felt staff ivent against the coun-
cil's direction to sell the fill.
"I thoirght we were selling that
fill. We talked about an offer with
the School Board and now I find
out we didn't sell any of it," he
said, referring to the School
District's plan to.fill a pit behind
the adjacent Marathon Manor
property it owns and use it as a
recreational area.
"We've been giving this fill
away on a daily basis for the last
year and a half," Worthington
continued.
Burnbtt balked at the notion he
ignored cottncil policy. The


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Greenways and Trails in partnership with the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commission bought these three
new Smith & Wesson police patrol bikes to the Keys for.use
on the Overseas Heritage Trail. Showing off the new rides
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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection,
Office of Greenways and Trails, announces that the
Florida Keys Bow Channel Historical Bridge (mile
marker 20.2, Monroe County, Florida) will be closed
at 12:00 a.m., beginning May 18, 2009, for repairs and
improvements, for approximately 6 months.
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Amid growing concern from-
neighbors, the city ordered sewer
contractor Globetec Construction
to clear the staging area, known
to locals as Mount Marathon or
Mount Dirtmore, viithin 90 days.
The fill disappeared quickly
- the pile was gone by this week
- but not without growing con-
cerns that the city was giving it
away rather than selling it. When
dirt showed up on an Old Town
lot belonging to Finance Director
Peter Rosasco whera he
intends to build a Hampton Inn
- it only added fuel to the fire.


10 Saturday, May 16, 2009


Globetec contract was awarded
before he was hired and he said
thepolicyhasalwaysbeentoturn
unsuitable fill over to the contrac-
tor.
Burnett told the council that
Weiler Engineering inspected the
fill numerous times and deemed
it unsuitable. Any "suitable" fill
was to be deemed excess and
sold, as the city did on one occa-
ston with local company D'Asign
Source.
Burnett told the Keynoter
Thursday it would have been cost
prohibitive to sort through the fill
and make it suitable to sell. He
said Globetec was selling unsuit-
able fill to local firm Discount
Rock & Sand and other landscap-
ers, who have the equipment to
sift the undesirable elements out.


"We looked into it and they
were going to charge us $8 a
cubic yard to do it, and that's
what we were sellmg it for," he
said.
Other council members said
they agreed with Burnett that
unsuitable fill was to be turned
over to the contractor. .
"Forty-seventh [Street] looks
great. Prior to that, it took away
from the aesthetics of our city. We
directed staffto do it and they did
it. I have always believed unsuit-
able fill was the contractor's,"
Councilman Dick Ramsay said.
A motion to allow Burnett to
determine how to dispose of
future fill and report to the coun-
cil passed 3-2, with Worthington
and Vice Mayor Don Vasil dis-
senting.


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Former fire chief likely to get $225K


Fahey filed for
WOrkers' comp
SeVen years ago
By SEAN KINNEY .
skinney@keynoter.com

A workers' compensation
claim by former Key West Fire
Chief John Fahey apparently is


Sewer, trash
Storm water bills
WOuld decrease
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

A trio of ordinances going
through the Key West City
Commission next week could
extend 15 percent discounts on
, utility bills to residents over age
60 and certain disabled residents.
What are at stake are
stormwater, sewer and trash pick-
up bills.
To be eligible, you must be
older than 60 or permanently dis-
abled and be receiving a federal-
ly.set maximum Social Security
annual benefit of $27,876 for one
person or $41,814 for a house-
hold shared with a spouse or sig-
nificant other.
A form of the proposed ordi-
nances is already- on the books,
but the city, has not adjusted the
maximum Social Security bene-
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$16,500, so not too many people
were eligible. As of Friday, 108
Key.Westers were taking advan-
tage of the program.
City Manager Jim Scholl told
the Keynoter, "It updates them
[the ordinances] and allows them
to periodically update like a cost-
of-living adjustment. We haven't
changed the rate in years."
If approved, the adjustments
would bring the city into step
with similar programs offered by
Keys Energy Services and the
Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority,
The FKAA offers a 15 percent
discount to residents 60 and up
and disabled vets; 292 Key
Western are signed up. Keys
Energy offers the same discount
for residents 62 and up and for
disabled vets; 350 Key Westers
' take advantage of that.
Current rates, all per month,
are $7.35 for.stormwater, $22.91
for sewer and $25.84 for trash.
With the discount, those rates
would be $6.25, $19.47 and
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August 2002. .
"It wasn't a traumatic injury.
It's called a presumption claim
and goes for police and fire-
fighters," says .Assistant City
Attorney Ron Ramsingh. "If
you develop hypertension on
the job ...'you get a workers"
comp claim if there's not a pre-
existing condition." .
Basically, if police, firefight-
ers, paramedics, correctional


officers and the like pass a pre-
employment physical and then
develop a medical condition
that makes them unable to per-
form their job, Florida law
allows a claim to follow based
on the presumption that the
injury was incurred on the job.
In city records, Fahey's doc-
tors say he sustained a disc her-
niation and developed a cardiac
condition. Those resulted in
over 50 percent total impair-
ment and medically ordered
restrictions, including no carry-
ing, lifting, pulling or pushmg
more than 20 pounds and no
walking for more than .half a
mile.
In his recommendation to the
city, Hollywood, Fla.,-based
attorney Charlie Martinez,
working for the city of Key
West wrote, "This would
appear to be an extremely bene-
ficial settlement to the city of


Key West, as the claim is likely
worth $465,000."
The city retains about $4
million for insurance settle-
ments, nyt just workers' comp,
at any given tune, city spokes-
woman Alyson Crean says.
Gallagher Bassett Services Inc.
reimburses workers' comp set-
t1ements paid by the city.
In March, city officials
approved an $8 million settle-
ment with Duck Tours to end a
lawsuit stemming from the mid-
1990s. That payout brought the
city's reserve fund from $12
million down to $4 million and,
in turn, reduced the city's
reserve operating budget from
120 days down to 40 days.
Fahey's workers' comp set-
t1ement goes before the Key
West City Commission.when it
meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Old
City Hall, 510 Greene St.


If approved next week and in
a subsequent second reading, the
ordmances giving the monthly
discounts would cost the city a
projected $2,105 per month, or
$25,260 per year.
- Asked if the city could afford
the loss, Scholl said, "Well, we'll
find out. If four commissioners
think so, then yes."
The city is hurting for money
at the moment -."We're dealing
with a revenue shortfall," Scholl
said but staff is working to cut
city costs.
Based on finance numbers at
the end of the first fiscal quarter
in March, budget numbers were
off a combined $1.3 inillion
between building permits, prop-
erty taxes, parking-meter rev-
enue and sales tax. Second-quar-
ter numbers are tentatively
scheduledforreleaseMay27.
The Key West City Commis-
sion meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. in
Old City Hall, 510 Greene St.


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directly contribute to the prolifer-
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vessels." .
More vessels have been moor-
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paying dockage or storage fees, a
county report says. .
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kind of a gap there that keeps us
from having the ability to stop
this proliferation," Neugent said.
A state law newly passed by
the Florida Legislature authorizes
a pilot program to work with
local governments to expand
local enforcement on anchoring.
Current law allows local gov-
ernments to require liveaboards to
use a permitted mooring field, but
does not address situations for
unattended boats, which can range
from small skiffs to massive steel
boats like the casino boat.
"Such vessels [may go] adrift,
creating the potential for property
and resource damage," says the
resolution.
The County Commission
meets at the Murray E. Nelson
Government and Cultural Center
at mile marker 102.5 at 9 a.m.
Wednesday.



what Chapman called "redun-
dant signs."
"We're workirig with [the
state Department of Trans-
portation] to have less of an
unsightly effect driving through
town," he said.
Chapman also announced
plans for the group's next pro-
posed project: Signs at either
end of the city welcoming visi-
tors. He suggested a $50,000
contribution from the city for the
project, but the council asked
him to bring ideas forward
before it appropriates money.
4 Heard from Greater
Marathon Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Director Daniel
Samess about a video project to
promote the Middle Keys as a
tourist destination.
The video will be between
two and fottr minutes and be fea-
tured on the chamber and cit^y
Web sites. It will be filmed in
high definition by Bob Care
Productions. Care, who shoots
photos for the Tourist
Development Council, has
already been filming local
events and establishments.
Samess said Care, a Tavernier

doe o d m m
will pay half, while council
members Dick Ramsay and
Mike Cinque have donated
$2,000 and $1,000, respectively,
Of their own money to the proj-
ct. T2he c will pay the remain-


A glance at shallows near
Boca Chica Channel shows why
Monroe County needs state help
to resolve anchoring problems,
says Monroe County Mayor
George Neugent,
"It looks bad," Neugent said.
"The proliferation of derelict ves-
sels keeps growing, and it's cost-
ing us hundreds of thousands of
dollars from our Boating
Improvement Fund." '
"But for every boat we pull
out, two more come in," he said.
A resolution on the agenda for
Wednesday's meeting of the
County Commission .in Key
Largo seeks to help police and
clean up unpermitted anchorages
in local waters.


By RYAN McCARTHY


to celebrate what a lot of people
The Marathon City Council worked hard to establish,"
met in regular session Tuesday Bartus told the council Tuesday.
and took the following actions: + Heard an update from city
+ Announced preliminary Beautification Committee
plans to celebrate the 10th Chairman Peter Chapman on
anniversary of Marathon's incor- that group's progress.
porittion as a city. The date is set Chapmall announced that
for Nov. 21 phtns for the group's initial proj-
Former mayors John Bartus ect a U.S. I median planting
and Jeff Pinkus have been meet- along Florida Keys Marathon
ing informally with current Airport have been "signed
Councilwoman Ginger Snead to and sealed by Weiler
talk about ideas. Those include a Engineering and submitted to"
parade featuring past City the state Department of
Council members or an event Community Affairs for approval.
with music and family activities. ChApman also said the group
"We're looking for a fun way would like to play a larger role in


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College gets $1M gift for dive program


School renamed
for benefactor
James Lockwood
By SEAN KINNEY .
skinney@keynoter.com

With the formal receipt of a $1
million gift ori Friday, Florida
Keys Community College is
planning to expand its marine sci-
ences program to include four-
year degrees by 2011.
The princely gift comes from
the Lockwood Charitable
Foundation, an arm of James E.
Lockwood's estate; Lockwood
was one of the early pioneers of
scuba diving- and underwater
photography arid is credited with
many inventions.
One rider on the donation is
that FKCC name its marine sci-
ence program after its benefactor,
hence the James E. LockwoodTr.
School of Diving and Underwater
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"This [gift] is really very impor-
tant to us. This is going to be the
foundation we can build on."
So what is FKCC building
exactly?
Currently, the marine sciences
program includes a two-year
associate's degree in arts marine/
aquatic biology and a two-year
associate's in science marine
environmental technology.
By 2011, the college hopes to
offer four-year bachelor's
degrees in fisheries science,
aquaculture/mariculture and ecol-
ogy-conservation,
Rice also said some of the
money would be spent on getting
new high-tech equipment and
updating some existing equip-
ment.
For instance, "Like with the
Vandenberg," Rice said, "We've
been asked to help with the mon-
itoring" of how the ship settles on
the bottom after its scuttling and
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rebreather in 1938. He also devel-
oped underwater camera housing
that was used throughout the
1930s for the Tarzan movies.
Lockwood served m the U.S.
Coast Guard and Navy and died
in Florida in 2003.
His estate also gave money to
refurbish the renamed James E.
Lockwood REEF Headquarters in
Key Largo. REEF; Reef Environ-
mental Education Foundation, is a
nonprofit that motors and edu-
cates about the marine environ-
ment.


affect its position in the future.
He said without the donation,
FKCC classes would use side-
scan sonar, which is commonly
used to map the sea floor or check
the status of submerged pipes or
cables.
"That's a great piece of high-
tech equipment, but, there's so
much more."
Rice intends to purchase
multi-beam sonar, which uses,
well, multi-sonar beams to paint a
much sharper image of the sea
floor because overlapping signals
equate to no gaps m. coverage.
This system, the same used as the
National Oceanic and Atmo-
spheric Administration, can be
employed for coral reef mapping.
And according to Rice, "The
ultimate goal .Is to leverage the
money to make more money.
He said advertising in trade
journals and dive magazines will
help the college attract students
from around the country and
the globe for a hard-to-find
curriculum that is ideally situated
in waters conducive to training.


Even before the grant was
announced, Rice said the number
of applicants to his program from
this year compared to last is
astounding.
This time in 2008, the marine
environmental tech program-had
three applicants; this year, there
are 13. Last year for the
marine/aquatic biology program,
FKCC had six applicants; this
year, there are 26.,
Lockwood, born in 1911, was
building scuba equipment in the
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',flamhoraadnal LKe on.Co
penn ene atj idout a uar-
That agreement ends in
September and officials from
Marathon and Islamorada
were not pleased with the
county's decision to take back
revenue it was never obligat-
ed to share.
Islamorada has budgeted to
receive $160,000 in gas tax
money in 2009, while
Marathon has budgeted to
receive $290,000.
Marathon Mayor Mike
Cinque and Vice Mayor Don
Vasil have said they believe
the county revoked boristitu-
tional gas tax revenue in an
effort to garner support for
local-option tax increases,
The City Council approved
the sharing agreement at its
Tuesday meeting, but reiterat-
ed its position.
"This in no way shows any
council support for an
increase in the local-option
gasAt ,"u f spa lic hearing
Wednesday is a ninth-cent
local-option motor and spe
cial fuel tax.
The County. Commission
meets it 9 a.m. Wednesday at
the Murray E. Nelson
Government and Cultural
Center in Key Largo.

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doled out $1.2 million to Key
West, $287,099 for Marathon,
$154,345 for Islamorada,
$38,149. for Key Colony
Beach and $11,873 to Layton.
Meanwhile, a controversial
proposed 5-cent increase to
the local-option tax, which
has been on County
Commission agendas several
times and then pulled at the
last minute, is also scheduled
for a public hearing. If it
passes, an ordinance to adopt
the tax would come before the
commission,
- Sharing the additional 5
cents would be based on pop-
ulation ratios, the "only
objective criteria oil which
some accord could be
reached," county memos say.
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indication, then I'd say we have
more than we need, Garrett
told the Keynoter. It's not
looking goodl but that's O

pocket, then that's a good
,,
thinG rrett said the 30 afford-
able allocations will be avail-
able no later than July.
Should Earthmark ever
break ground on Kmghts Key
- it doesn't appear imminent
- it will still be on the hook to
provide the 30 units of afford-
able allocations. The city is
essentially borrowing forward,
Garrett said.
They're in agreement that
we can do it, and they also
understand they are going to
have to provide those units
should they ever develop," he
said Tuesday.
The council's decision to
a affor blem IIoc io
longtime Keys resident Ed
Swift's Old Town Key West
Development project to receive
an extension because he will
now retain his affordable allo-
cations.
.He plans to build the 40-unit
Paradise I andings on city-
owned property at 104th Street.
The project was approved in
2007 but is in limbo due to the
struggling economy.


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30 expected to
Whittle the list
Of those waiting
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keyiloter.com

If ou're in the market for
building permit allocations for
affordable housing, the city of
Marathon has 30 you could get
your hands on -if the 60 peo-
ple in front of you on the wait-
ing list decide to pass.
Tuesday, the City Council
gave Planning Director George
Garrett the go-ahead to take
back the 30 affordable alloca-
tiorts from Earthmark
* Companies. The council previ-
ously discussed the idea, aimed
at spurring new construction in
a down economy, at an April 21
meeting. .
Earthmark's redevelopment

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luxury resort Maranu Luxe
Bungalow Resort and Spa was
approved m October 2006 but
has yet to break ground,
Garrett said Tuesday that 21
market-rate permit .allocations
were awarded last year, but
only one has moved forward.
Chances are the same thing will
happen with affordable, he
said.
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COunty to OK
split among
municipalities
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmedarthy@keynoter.com

The Monroe County Com-
mission on Wednesday is
expected to approve a gas-tax
sharing agreement already
approved by Key West and
Marathon officials.
The contract says gas rev-
enue will be shared with Keys
municipalities --- Key West,
Islamorada Marathon,
Layton and Key Colony
Beach. in much the same
manner it was previously.
The new distribution of the
6-cent local-option tax:
Monroe County receives
45.21 .percent Key West
31.21 percent Marathon
13.17 percent, Islamorada
just over 9 percent, Key
Colony just over 1 percent
and Layton just under 1 per-
County Public Works
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Summerland Key resident and
Key West business owner
Elizabeth Lustberg.
Commissioner Sonny McCoy
appointed Windle, whose- term
expires in September 2010.
Carruthers beat McCoy in the
November election. ~
Carruthers passed on the
chance to remove Windle last
.month. That'swhen.a resolution
sponsored by Commissioner Kim
Wigington that allows new com-
missioners to appoint their own
representatives to the Planning
Commission was approved,


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Lustberg has no formal planning
training, she'll quickly learn her
duties on the board. The two met
while participating in the Key
West City Ambassadors program.
"She brings a balance and
she's committed to these commu-
nities and she has an environmen-
tal interest and I can trust her to
do her homework," Carruthers
said. "She understands the bal-
ance we have to reach between


managing growth and preserving
the environment we have.
Lustberg owns Kohr Bros.
Frozen Custard shop on Duval
Street in Key West. She joins Jeb
Hale, Randy Wall, Denise
Werling and Jim Cameron on the
Planning Commission.
The County Commission
meets at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the
Murray E. Nelson Government
and Cultural Center in Key Largo.


Carruthers told the Keynoter
she was conflicted about whether
Planning Commission members
should be political appointments,
but has decided it will be best.
"I felt the voters elected rne to
have a change in perspective to
the county and it would be
respectful of their wishes to
appoint someone who shares my
views and to bring a fresh per-
spective to the commission,"
Carrathers said.
- Lustberg, whose term would
expire when Carruthers' does in
2012, told the Keynoter she was
surprised to.be tapped but is look-
ing forward to the challenge.
I "thought about it and chatted,
with people to learn more about
what it could entail,".she said.
"It's not something I"ve been
involved with before."
According to the County
Commission agenda, Lustberg
has lived in the Keys since 2001.
She served more than seven years

eerKe o st Chamber of

de She meeived r ac
sixty's School of International
Service and another degree from
Boston University. She has taught
macro and micro economics at
Florida Keys Community
College for five years and been
active in the Key West and Lowei
Keys Democratic Club as vice
president.
Carruthers said that although


Carruthers
Intends to name
1.ustberg to panel
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmedarthy@keynoter.com

Monroe County Commis-
sioner Heather Carruthers has
decided to make her own
appointment to the Phinning
Commission, after all. .
She's expected to seek Donna
Dwindle's removal from that board
at Wednesday's County Com-
mission meeting and nominate


Patricia Chaisson
Patricia (Patsy) Jenson Chaisson'
66, aLs o mM s etif of
K n
tPein ndg eypLargoar withouhne
Key Largo Village: Her passions
were fishing and boating.
She was preceded in death by
her father Elmer Jenson and her
grandmother Mildred Jenson
McLendon.
She is survivedby her husband
of 36 years, Bill; son Michael Watts;
stepson Dennis Chaisson and his
brothers and sisters Wilfred, Lori and
susan; mother Nell Tucker and her
husband Ray, and her brothers and
sisters and their spouses; and nieces
and nephews and other relatives,
A celebration of life will be held
on May 23 at the Choisson home
from 11 a m. to 1 p.m. Her ashes
will be spr d non tiwatercan be
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Association/Hospice of the Florida
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Dorothy San grey
Dorothy G. .
( Engle )
Sangrey, 92, of
Lancaster, Pa.,
died April 29 at
the Miami
Heart Institute
and Medical
Center in
Florida.
SANGREY The part


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She attended the Central


Manor Church of God and had
been employed at Hamilton
Watch. Sheerijoyed traveling, vfsR-
ing 52 countries, and playing
carSd was preceded in death by

gr n rch Im Wprfel
co 1 rTTo veadnbyrjh
ancaster; son Rance Brubaker;
her stepson William Larry, husband
of Kdthryn Sangrey; and two
grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.
Funeral services took place
May 7 in Lancaster with Rev. Ken
.
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opening a sports bar.
Grimesey, a native of
Virginia, came to Key West 18
years ago. For 13 years, he
worked behind the outdoor bar at
the Hog's Breath Saloon, where
he was known to his regular cus-
tomers as Big John. He now
teaches American history at Key
West High School and is also the
defensive back and wide receiver,
coachfor the high school's foot-
ball team. His wife Debie is an
English teacher and cross-coun-
try coach.
Majeau, a French banadian, is
a bartender at the Hog's Breath,
He previously worked behind the
bar at Louie's Backyard.
The Grimeseys say they'll
continue with their high school
coaching responsibilities, but
that when the school year ends in
June they'll leave teaching
behind and focus their attention
on Grim's Grill.
TheHabanaPlazalocationon
the corner.of Flagler Avenue and
Kennedy Drive was once home.
to a popular Cuban restaurant
called El Cacique. In the late
'90s, it became Boheniia, a
restaurimt that catered to Key
West's Eastern Europeans.About
two years ago, it re-opened as
Walter's Grille. .
"We got a good deal. We were
able to take over Walter'slease,"


Keys briefs


. Kathleen Tucker styles a
customer's hair at Waves
by the Sea hair and nail
salon in Islamorada.

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Wales b_1 the Sea hqir
and nall salon in Islamorada
has been a neighborhood
busmess since it opened in
1997
"Iguesswe'realocal's
salon." say s owner Debla
Cobey. who purchased the
shop m the W1hstle Stop
Plaza in 2005.
Not much has changed
since it first opened,
although Cobey hired on
Francine Marchell to expand
the line of facials and other
beauty services. The salon
selh products by Matrix.
Wella and Rusk thermal
care.
Kathleen Tucker does
hair, Pia Hemeyer does hair.
manicures and pedicures.
and Cobey does a bit of
everything.
Friendly service is what
keeps regulars coming back.
said Cobey, and all this
summer customers will ben-
efilfroml5percentoffall
facials.
Wales by the Sea is open
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and
from 9 a m. to 1 p.m on
Saturday. Appointments at
different rimes are also
available. For more infor-
mation, call the salon 664-
5550.


Photo by MICHAEL HASKINs
John Grimesey and his wife Debie are opening Grim's Grille along with two other couples next
month. .
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Gnm s Gr ill to open


Owners makin
a haven for sports
nuts in New Town

By MICHAEL+1ASKINS
Keynoter contributor

"Grim isn't our outlook," says
John Grimesey, laughing, as he
turns toward the new banner that
hangs outside Habana Plaza on
Flagler Avenue in Key West.
Just the opposite.
Grimesey, a former bartender
at the Flog's Breath, his wife
Debie, and two other couples are
betting on the future of the
Florida Keys. And they're betting
that they can make it with a new
sports bar called Grim's Grill, to
open next month in the space pre-
viously occupied by Walter's
Grille.
The Grimeseys, aking with
Alain Majeau, his wife Marcie
Quintante and Larry and
Suzanne Bertolini (John's in-
laws), say they're not deterred by
the economic crisis that has busi-
nesses cutting back on expenses
and laying off employees. With a
combined 85 years of experience
in the restaurant and bar busi-
ness, they .say they think they
know what it will take to make
Grim's Grill a success. .
"It's something I've always
wanted to do," saysGrimesey of


says Grimesey.
All six of the partners will be
working shifts at the grill when it
ophns on Jtine 5.
The interior is still being reno-
vated, but the dark, partitioned
walls are goile. Even with the
windows papered over, the large
room is now bright and welcome
ing.
"We removed the black ceil-
ing tiles, the partitions, and
added brighter ceiling lights,"
Grimesey says."We have 19 flat-
screen TVs so we'll be able to
watch a lot.of events."
The televisions vary in size
from 32 inches to 55 inches and
there are no bad viewing seats in
the grill's dinning room or bar.
The owners -expect serious
sports fans in the New Town,
neighborhood to be regular cus-
tomers: To help keep them happy
even the restrooms have televi-
stons.
The grill's slogan is "Greatest
Sports Bar of All Time."
"It is said with tongue in
cheek," Grimesey explains
between "runs to Home Depot.
"But it's what we want to be and
what our goal is."
Framed classic sports jerseys
from Key West High Schobl will
adorn the walls, and Grimesey
says that anyone willing to shafe
Key West sports memorabilia is
welcome to bring it to the gril1to
be displayed there.


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Keys Business


American Caribbean
FOROWS OffiliatiOR

American Caribbean Real
Estate-Middle Keys has
renewed its affiliation with


work of brokers specializing
in high-
end prop-
erties.
-a The
demand
forluxuI-y
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remains
strong
HENDERSON worldwide
and in the
Keys and we are expenencing
a rebound on inquiries a this
sector of the market. says
Ginger Henderson, brokers
owner of American Caribbean
Real Estate-Midde Key:,.

BUSinOSS OSSOClati00
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hosts GastesI

The Florida Keys
Business Association is mv.it-
ing everyone to join them for
a luncheon on Thursday in
Key Largo where County
Administrator Roman Gastesi
willralkaboutthecounry's
strategic plan and solicit
input. Busmess owners are
encouraged to attend to share
their thoughts. The luncheon
will begin at noon at the
Lions Club at mile marker
99 The cost is $10 per per-
son for non-members. Call
522-6598 for a reservation.













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MINIMAL REGATTA: The most fun
you'II ever have with plywood
and duct tape! See page 24 for
how to enter the Keys best boat
race.
DANCING WOLF: The CoffeeMill
presents Prokofiev's 'Peter and the
wolf' on May 17. see story on
page 23.


See story, Page 20.


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Keys Arts and Entertainment this week


Cubans

in Key

West
The Southernmost city
celebrates its
connection to Cuba
during the Cuban
American Cultural Festival.
See story on page 18.

GUITARS GONE WILD:
The world's hottest female
rock guitarists
are headed here.
See story, Page 19.

CAN YOU
COMPARSA?
Key West dancers
shake down Duval Street
to celebrate the
island's Cuban heritage.
See story, Page 18.

BYE BYE TATAH:
The Key West Burlesque
troupe performs one
last fabulous
show of the season.





Drummers and
dancers to shimmy
down Duval .
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynoter.com

CORASOFSOf
What's that??
Comparsa isn't a ty e of
dance, or a kind of music. It's a
big noisy group of Cuban
musicians and dancers in color-
ful costume, moving down the
street in an echo of African
religious processioxis. And it's


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The festival will be smaller
this year than in year's past, -
with only two events: the com-
parsa dancing on Duval on
May 23, and a cigar dinner the
night before, on May 22.
Comparsa Key West is made
up of 14 dancers, seven men
and seven women who wear
traditional Cuban costumes,
with long, ruffled skirts and fit-
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"The Green Parrot' bY
Will Fernandez. shows a
Latin band playing on
stage at the famous
Whitehead Street bar
while men and women
dance ir\ pairs. A
retrospective of the work
of Fernandez will be
shown in the maIn hall of
the old Armory building
in Key West starting next
week: On exhibit will be
more than 50 pieces -
including paintings and
sculptures made by the
artist in his Stock Island
studio. The Fernandez
exhibit is timed to coin-
cide with the Cuban
American Heritage
Festival, taking place next
weekend in Key West.



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a tradition that has held on in
Key West for more than 70
years.
On the evening of Saturday,
May 23, everyone is invited to
watch and join in as musicians
play congas on a flatbed truck
rolling down Duval Street, fol-
lowed by dancing couples who
are members of the dance
troupe Comparsa Key West.
The Comparsa Key West
coast-to-coast conga line will
be the high point of the Cuban
American Heritage Festival,
started in 1999 by Fred
Salinero, owner of the Cuban


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A Compares
Key West
dancer makes
her way down
Duval Street in
the conga line
celebrating
the annual
Cuban
American
Heritage
Festival.
Photo courtesy
Florida Keys News
Bureau
white pants and tops with ruf-
fled sleeves on the men. The
costumes are red, white and
blue, representing the colors of
both the United States and
Cuba.
The idea of the compares
(short for "conga de com-
parsa") is of a whole town (or
those in the town who feel
inclined) joining in with the
celebration, and dancing
behind the costumed dancers.
"We go out and inspire peo-
ple to move their feet, join in
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Park on Truman Avenue. The

na rheTapha ioo ofa e
rumba, merengue imd the cha
cha. There's no choreographer:
all members of the group come
forward with ideas for steps.
The group recently per-
feirmed with Key West singer
Melody Cooper at the San
Carlos Institute and also at the
Conch Block Party. In
February, they danced at the
Hot Havana Nights party at the
Marriott Key West Beachside
Resort.
But the dance down Duval
Street for the Cuban American
Heritage Festival is the com-
paria dancers' biggest show of
the year.
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Guitars Gone Wild comes to the Upper Keys


FernOI9 g UlfOf
STOrs to rock
FOunders Park
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In February of this year,
Islamorada Community
Entertainment (ICE) brought
two of the planet's best gui-
tarists Pierre Bensusan and
Leo Kottke to the Coral
Shores Performing Arts
Center to play before a
packed house. .


'FOcus on the
love of music
and not on the
faiTIG, COUS9 .
that's a
CrQp ShOOt'
Jennifer satten, on the advice
she'd give to young .
musicians


Next week, on Monday,
May 18, ICE is bringing two
of the world's most talei1ted
female guitarists -- Jennifer
Batten and Vicki Genfan to
Iqlaam rFounders Parkain
Guitars Gone Wild Tour.
"With Jennifer Batten and
Vicki Genfan, now it's the
ladies turn. Both of these gui-
tarists are unique, spectacular,
and not to be missed," says
David Feder, president of
ICE.
At one point in her career,
Batten was in six different
bands, playing everything
from rock, to metal, to fusion
and furik. A major turning
point came m the late 80s
when she was selected from
more than 100 guitarists to
play in Michael Jackson's
band. She was with Jackson
for three world tours over 10
years and played in front of
almost 5 million people.
In 1998, Batten joined leg-
endary guitarist Jeff Beck and
together they produced two
CDs ("Who Else" and "You
Had It Coming") and toured
the world.
Earlier this year, Batten
chived the sone "Lover" in


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Matthew Perry

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Keys Movie Times

REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* Angels & Demons (PG-13): 1:00, 4:00, 7:00 and 10:00 p.m.
* Star Trek (PG-13): 1:25, 4:25.7:25 and 10:15 p.m.
* Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (PG-13): 1:05, 4:05, 7:20 and 10:10 p.m.
* X-Men Origins: Wolverine (PG-13): 1:15, 4:15. 7:15 and 9:50 p.m.
* Obsessed (PG-l;$): 1:10, 4:10. 7:10 and 9:55 p.m.
* The Soloist (PG-13): 1:20, 4:20, 7:05 and 10:05 p.m.
TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 2959493
* Earth (G): 2:45, 4:45, 6:45 and B:45 p.m.
* Paris 36 (PG-13): 3:00 and 8:30 p.m.
* State Of Play (PG--13): 6:00 p.m.
* Enlighten Up (NR): Fri. through Sun, Tues. and Thurs.2:30, 4:30,
6:30 and 8:15 p.m.; Mon.2:30, 4:30 and 6:36 p.m.: Wed. 2:30 and
4:30 p.m.

MARATHON COMMUNITY CINEMA
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
* 17 Again (PG-13): Weekdays: 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.; Saturday and
Sunday: 2:00, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.
TAVERNIER TOWNE CINEMA
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
* Call for movies and show times.


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performance.
Tickets are $15, and can be
purchased at the door with
cash or a check. The show
starts at 8 p.m. at the TIB
Bank of the Keys
Amphitheatre at Founders
Park.
Islamorada Community


Entertainment is a non-profit
organization dedicated to
bringing entertainment and
cultural events to Upper Keys
residents and visitors. The
organization also provides
musical and arts scholarships
to local students.


Jennifer
Batten first
picked up a
guitar when
she was 8
years old,
and when
she was 12,
she told her
mother that
she wanted
to play rock
w roll for a
living.

Chronicle noted that "Genfan
doesn't just play guitar. She.
also slaps it, tickles it, fon-
dles it, scratches it, tosses it
around in her hands and coax-
es all kinds of unlikely, rhyth-
inic sounds out of the other-
wise simple instrument."
Genfan is that rare artist
whose live performances are
becoming legendary among
fans. Her newest release is
"UnCovered."
Cre fnnMw 111p81aB r edsets
and join together for a special


honor of Les Paul, the inven-
tor of the electrical guitar, at
the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame. The Cleveland Plain
Dealer called Batten's per-
formance ''the evening's
showstopper."
Vicki Genfari has captivat-
ed audiences worldwide with
a unique style that defies
description. Winner of the
prestigious 2008-Guitar
Player's "Guitar Superstar"
Award,1Genfan has developed
The San Francisco


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Key West Burlesque closes 2009 season


If you hurry on down to
Key West, you can catch the
very last Key West, Burlesque
show of the seasoli.
Tatah Dujour and her
troupe will be performing on
Saturday, May 16 on the sec
ond floor of Kelly's Caribbean
Bar
The show starts at 10 p.m.
and will include two special
guest burlesque performers
who came down in January
for the Bourbon Street Pub
show: Baltimore Trixie Little
and the Evil Hate Monkey.





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Appreciation Day community ride along the beach. The elent
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peJdle on mer.
The event begins at Recycle Bike Shop at 10-30 a.m..Just
over the Cow Key Bridge on Stock Island. The Hurneane Hole
will provide food, and bikers will depart at noon from the
parking lot between Regicle and the Hurricane Hole. The route
\\111 head down US 1, turning left onto South Roosekelt
Boules aid I Al A1. The tour ends at Higgs beach iix front of
Salute.
Recycle w ill raffle off bike tune-ups and a ponion of the
proceeds from the bike wash and bake sale \\ill benefit a local
en\ironmental charus. The Conch Republic's queen of
Buriesque. Tatah Dujour.1vill host the elent. and t ideogra-
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be performing and competing
in the International Burlesque
Hall of Faine Convention.
Other stops along the tour
include San Francisco,
Seattle, Chicago, and bur-
lesque festivals in New York
and Toronto.
Chiista Hunt (Tatah
Dujour) and her partner
Marky Pierson created Key
West Burlesque in 2006. The
troupe focuses on creating a
classic burlesque look, while
injecting a sense of fun, a love
of camp and a modern edge.
Tickets for the May 16
show upstairs at Kelly's
Caribbean are $25 and can be
purchased at the door, or in
advance by calling 433-0165.


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If you buy a raffle ticket on
Saturday, you could win a din-
ner date with the duo com- .
plete with tapas, fine wines,
and a dazzling private per-
formance. The raffle proceeds
will go towards the troupe's
national adventures this sum-
mer. '
The Key West Burlesque
troupe heads out on a summer
tour on June 1. On Saturday
May 30, everyone is invited to
the Key West Art Bar on the
corner of Carohne and
Margaret streets to christen
the tour van and send the per-
formers off in style. The party
begins at 9 p.m.
The first stop on the sum-
mer tour will be Lab Vegas,
where Ms. Tatah Dujour will


Tatah Dujour
(Christa Hunt) is
the creator and
star of Key West
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How did Comparsa dancing start in Key West?
The Key West compares tradition began in 1938 when Abelardo Boza founded the original
Cayo Hueso Comporsas. His group, nicknamed Los Dandys de Boza, flourished until his death
in the early 90s.
Retired restaurateur Emelia Fernandez, affectionately known as the "Cuban Coffee
Queen," carried on the tradition, assembling a group of compares dancers called the Cayo
Hueso Comparsa Dancers.
Fernandez was born in the city of central Chaparra, Cuba, where she learned the com-
parsa tradition and other dances from family and friends.
The Cayo Hueso Comparsa Dancers performed with Danny Acosla's Comparsa Band. a
group of musicians that had played for Boza's compares. Using old costumes as patterns,
Fernandez designed and sewed all the costumes for the members of her group.
Fernandez recalls that, when she was a girl in precastro Cuba, each town or province had
its own color for compares costumes, and that there were competitions for the best dancing
and for the group that could dance the longest without stopping.
courtesy Florida Department of Slate


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and El Meson de Pepe, the
Cuban restaurant it Mallory
Square housed in an old brick
building that welcomed waves
of Cuban immigrants in the
1900s.
The party will continue here
into the night with music, food
and dancing.
- The musicians performing at
the front of the conga line on
May 23 andat El Meson de
Pepe will include some of the
finest Latin musicians in the


Keys like percussionist
Buddy Chavez and his son
Roy.
Buddy Chavez, now 79, is
famous for tapping out Latin
rhythms on household objects,
and for his decades-long career
as a performer. According to a
2()04 Miami Herald story,
Chavez began making music at
the of 11, when he swiped pots
and pans from his mother and
made drumsticks from the legs
of a chair.


When he was still a child,
he worked as a rumba dancer
in a burlesque revue, and after
moving to Tampa, had a long-
time show at the Columbia
Restaurant in Ybor City. -
"He symbolizes with his son
what we are trying to do with
the festival and that's trying
to make people aware of their
heritage imd to be proud that
they are Cubans," Fred
Salinero told The Miami
Herald in 2004.


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The coast-to-coast conga
line starts at 8 p.m. on May 23
at the Southernmost House at
the south end of Duval Street.
On the way to Mallory Sqizare,
the dancers will make five
stops, and give special per-
formances at each one of those
stops: the 801 Bourbon Bar, the
San Carlos Institute, the La ,
Concha Hotel, Sloppy Joe's


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See never before-exhibited photos from
-rnest Hemingway s personal collection,
fascinating artifacts, letters and more.
Enjoy polntect wood carvings by legendary Cuban
American folk artist Mario Sanchez in his Centennial Exhlbit.
Learn about Key West History in the
early 20th century.

KEY WEST LIGHTHOUSE and
KEEPER'S QUARTERS MUSEUfd
938 Whitehead Street
(at Whitehead & Truman)
Vieve Key West and the Ocean from
atop the Lighthouse and walk into the
multi-facetea "first-order" Fresnel lens.
Explore/the Keepers House and see
historic Ughthouse artifacts. photos,
maps and instruments.


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At the Walk on White on
Thursday, May 21, the
Studiossof Key West wilt
throw a party to.celebrate the
opening of an exhibit of
paintings by one of Key
West's most prolific painters,
the Cubati-born Will '
Fernandez.
The retrospective exhibits
timed to coincide with the
Cuban American Heritage
Festival, now in its tenth year.
That festival includes a cigar


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South Florida, he decided to
make Key West his home. It
was here, at the far end of the
road, that Fernandez began to
develop his impressionistic
style of painting.
Working out of a small stu-
dio on Stock Island, the artist
has produced hundreds of
paintings, and has also devel-
oped a reputation as a talent-
ed sculptor, working in stone,
wood and clay.
"Will has a way of captur-
ing the spirit, and revealing
the soul of Key West in his
paintings," says Eric
Holowacz, executive director
of The'Studios of Key West.
"Our organization is always
looking for art that tell us
who we are, artists who
reveal what life is like here,
and experiences that better
connect us to our. culture.
Will's exhibition does that."
The public is invited to the
opening reception from 6-9
p.m. on May 21 at the historic
Armory building at 600 White
St. The exhibition will
include more than 50 paint-
ings and sculptures by
Fernandez and is to remain on
view through June 4.


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dinner on Friday, May 21, and
a coast-to-coast conga line
with compares dancers mov-
ing down Duval Street on
Saturday, May 22.
Fernandez was born in
Cuba in 1959 and came to the
United States when he was
just three years old. In 1999,
after working for many years
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just as quickly.
Intended as an introduction
for young listeners to the instru-
ments of an orchestra, the inno-
cent charm of the fairy tale made
"Peter and the Wolf' an immedi-
ate success from the time of its
first play-through to an
impromptu children's audience.
A narrator tells the tale of the
little boy, Peter, who ignores his
grandfather's warnings and goeS
off alone into the woods. There
he meets a wolf, captures it with
the help of other animals and a
length of stout rope, and leads it
triumphantly off to the zoo. The
various characters are all repre- .
scented by dif Ierent instrumentS
or groups of instrumentS.
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turing "Peter and the Wolf" on
Sunday, May 17 at 4 p.m. at the
Tennessee Williams Theatre on
Stock Island.
The show, called
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new choreography performed by
faculty, company dancers, visit-
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CoffeeMill Dance Studio in Key
West.
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Pick up an entry form at the
Schooner Wharf Bar or go to
www.SchoonerWharf.com.

Tasters Guild to
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On Sunday, May 17, the
Upper Keys Tasters Guild will
head up to the Schnebly Winery
in the Redlands, in Miami-Dade
County, for a private group tour
and tasting. Pick-up locations
include Tasters Grille in the
Tavernier Towne Center at
10:45 a.m. and Trade Winds
Liquor in Key Largo at 11:30
a.m. The cost is $38 per person
($32 for Guild members) and
includes bus trip, tour, tasting
aird lunch. Call Tom Smith at
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5 p.m. at the Oldest House
Museum and Gardens at 322
Duval St. in Key West.
The chorus is based at the
Montessori Elementary Charter
School, but also has members
from Grace Lutheran School
and Mary Immaculate Star of
the Sea School. The director is
Elizabeth Halbe, a vocalist and
pianist who has also served as
the music director for several
Key West productions.
This is the first stand-alone
concert. Admission is free.


Supplies are limited, but the
creativity is endless on Sunday,
May 24 when the Schooner
Wharf Bar hosts the annual
Minimal Regatta. Each six-
member team must build a boat
that can stay afloat for the
entire race course in the Key
West Bight. The catch: The
boats have to be made of one
sheet of plywood, one pound
fasteners, one roll of duct tape,
and two two-by-fours.
Construction kits can be
bought at Manley de Boer on
Eaton Street at a "minimal"
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Art auction for
MOntessori school

Unique art painted by
Treasure Village Montessori-
students and Upper Keys artist
Stacie Krupa will be on display
and up for bid on Sunday, May
31 at 6 p.m. at Ziggie & Mad
Dog's Restaurant in Islamorada.
The evening will begin with
an art preview reception and
continue with a gourmet five-
course dinner and a live auc-
tron-
The $125 ticket cost includes
the five-course meal, wine pair-
ings and the exclusive art auc-
tion. Tickets are available at
Treasure Village Montessori,
Ziggie & Mad Dog's, or by
calling 942-0614.
Proceeds from the auction
will benefit Treasure Village
Montessori in Islamorada.


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Sunday yard sale
benefits graduates

A group yard sale
Sunday in Key Largo raises
money for a safe-graduation
program-
The sale opens from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Key
Largo Civic Club, on Ocean
Bay Drive off mile marker
99 5 oceanside. Parents of
rhe Coral Shores High
School Senior Class stage
the sale to support Project
Graduation, a night-long
series of events, free of
drugs and alcohol, for grad-
uating seniors. Furniture,
books, clothes, tools. toys
and home electronics n ill
be among items for sale.

Tasters Guild
plans road frip
The Upper Keys Tasters
Guild is heading to the
Schnebly Winery in the
Redlands in south Miami-
Dade on Sunday for a pri-
vare tour and lasting to
explore the intricacies of
locally produced wines.
Pick-up locations melude
the Tasters Grille in the
Tavernier Towne Center at
10:45 a.m. and at Trade
Winds Liquor in Key Largo
at 11:30. The cost is 538 per
person ($32 for guild mem-
bers.I. which includes bus
trip, tour, rasting and lunch.
Call Tom Smith at 853-
1177 to make reservations.

GrOup discusses
'Glass castle' -

The Maratbon Library
Book Discussion Group
meets at the library on June
5 at 10 a.m. to discuss "The
Glass Castle" by Jeanette
Walls
It's a memoir of
resilience and redemption.
and a look into a family at
once deepiv dysfunctional
and uniquely vibrant. All
readers are welcome. For
additional information call
Fran Spinelli at 743-6538.


Switlik sweeps academic challenge


Academic teams from
Marathon worked the math and
did the science to take top honors
in last weekend's Math and
Science Bowl for fifth- and sixth-,
graders.
Marathon Middle School's
Team 2 Carlos O'Farrill,
Eugene Kyle and Will Wolfe -
won first place in the Grade 6
competition amid a field of six
squads from Plantation Key
School and Marathon Middle.
Teams of two or three students
"are given 10 separate questions
on individual sheets of paper,"
said teacher Amanda Hirschauer,
coach of the winning Marathon
team. .
"There is a mixture of math
and science questions. They have
five minutes to complete each
question," she explained. "The
quicker the group answers the
question correctly, the more
points they are dwarddd."
Two competitions were held
this school year, one in the fall
and the May 9 spring event.
Adozenteams took part in the
Grade 5 competition, won by
Stanley Switlik Elementary's
Team 2 Seth Landry, Rusty
Smith and Steven Poole, coached
by Jeannette Wert and Richard
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. Teams from Plantation Key
School tciok second place in both
the Grade 5 and Grade 6 compe-
titions.
Participating in the spring
Math and Science Bowl, hosted
twice a year by the Keys Council
of Math and Science Educators,
were:

sixth grade
+ First place: Marathon
Middle School Team 2 (Carlos
O'Farrill, Eugene Kyle, Will
Wolfe). .
+ Second place: Plantation
Key School Team 2 (Paul
Pauchey, Robert Mather, Patrick
Fabel; coach Tisa Lall).
4 Third place: Marathon
Middle Team 1 (Aaron Grube,
Zach Perry, Kody Sparks).
Other competitors were PKS
Team 1 (Jessica Butler, Noelle
Perry, Kyia Herlth), PKS Team 3
(Brian Cash, Pookie Del Pino)
and PKS Team 4 (A.J.
Comeforo, Cheyenne Cale,


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Middle School
1, sixth-grade
students (from
left) Will Wolfe,
Carlos O'Farrill
1. and Eugene
Kyle heft the
championship
trophy in the
Math and
Science Bowl
competition,
held May 9.
Natalie Davidson).

Fifth grade
+ First place: Switlik
Elementary Team 2 (Rusty
Smith, Seth Landry and Steven
Poole).
+ Second place: PKS Team 2
(Mackenzie Warren, Baylee
Beverly; coach Lucy Given).
+ Third Place: Switlik Team 1
(Sydriey Konrath, Antonio Ortiz;
coach Richard Mangel). 0
Other competitors were Key
Largo School Team 1 (Hannah
Vinney, Rolando Paz,. Francisco
Moc; coach Pam Caputo), KLS
Team 2,(Jessenia Fiallo, Taylor
Slaydon, Tabitha Tutt; coach
Bonnie Sands), KLS Team 3
(Harly Klopp, Shustin Hernandez,
Hannah Durham; coach Kim
Walker), Switlik Team 2
(Savannah Schuhmacher, Emily
Frieg, Baylee Friedman), PKS
Team 1 (Natalie Bevis, Madison
Campbell, Stephen Normington),
PKS Team 3 ('Taylor Petrushka,
Michael Papp, Nikolus Cole) an
PKS Team 4 (Emily Perrotti,
Harry Normington, Mary
Pauchey).


Plantation Key School
sixth-graders (above, left)
Patrick Fabel, Paul Pauchey
and Robert IVIather take
second in the Math and
Science Bowl. Stanley Switlik
Elementary students (above)
competing in the Math and
Science Bowl include
fifth-graders Rusty smith,
Seth Landry and Steven
Poole. PKS students (left)
Mackenzie Warren and
Baylee Beverly take home
the trophy for second place
in fifth grade.


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Phone: (305) 743-0033
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CITY OF MARATHON. FLORIDA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIEARING
Notice is hereby given that on June 9th, 2009 the City Council of -the City of
Marathon will hold a hearing at the Monroe County Government Center, 2798
Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida beginning at 5:30 p.m. to consider a pro-
posed rate and or increase in the inonthly wastewater utility rate charged to each
property owner.
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at such hearing
or meeting, one will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose that per-
son may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made; such
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 any accommodations or assis-
tance, please contact the City Clerk at City Hall (305) 743-0033 of such need at least
72 hours (3 days) in advance.
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92.2 bay side. Drivers must attend
both days to get the discount;
consult your insurance agent.
There are no tests to take. The
class is $12 for AARP members
and $14 for others. The cost
includes a workbook that is based
on data collected from federal
and state agencies-
It takes 15 students to make a
class. Call Mary Lou.Wilkinson
at 852-1620.

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GICOhol and babies

Wesley House Family Services
and the Horida Center for Child
and Family Development are
hosting a presentation called
"Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
Disorders: A Diagnostic Over-
view," on Monday.
Samantha Ericson, clinic
director and behavior support
supervisor at'the Florida Center, a
nonprofit Insed in Sarasota, will
present a PowerPoint program on
t ohdi gnps o cess o fetal
and-answernperiodwnfTllow.In
June, center staff will conduct
assessments.
Fetal'alcohol spectrum disor-
srs s an umbr nn due ov-
alcohol consumption by a birth
mother.
The Monday program is open
to educators, care givers, social-
service professionals, parents -
anyone interested in learning
niore about the disorder. There is
no c arge. .
It runs from 10 a.m. to noon at
Wesley House, 1302 Truman
Ave., Key West. For further infor-


nation or to RSVP, call Adele
Gerbracht at 294-3998.

OfuStacean Vacation
takes place Sunday

What's called the Crustacean
Vacation Concert to benefit a
Middle Keys nonprofit gets going
on Sunday at Keys Fisheries on
35th Street wayside in Marathon.
' The show, from noon to 10
p.m., benefits .Keys Area
Interdenominational Resources,
which runs a food pantry for the
needy. Admission is a nonperish-
able food item.
Performers slated to play
include Howard Livingston and
the Mile Marker 24 Band,
Freddie Bye, the Stone Crabs,
San Sullivan, Chris Case, John
Solinski and Red Dog, and
Rocketman.
There will be plenty of food
and drinks for sale, along with
raffles all day. Bring your own
chairs.

Summer reading
program planned
The Key West library's sum-
m0eneading pr atn bees June
at 3) with programs, prizes, an air
guitar competition, story hours,
reading clubs and more. Families
are invited to join the Read-to-
Me portion of the program.
Registration for the program
begins on June-1.For more infor-
mation, call the library at 809-
5256 or send an e-mail to
Howanitz-nancy@monroecounty
-fl.gov


IVI@ftiOrial Day
service planned

The Matecumbe Historical
TrustholdsaMemorialDaysery-
ice beginning at 9 a.m. at the
Hurricane, Monument, mile
marker 81.5.
The monument, formally
known as the Flonda Keys
Memorial, was dedicated in 1937
to honor the estimated 400 people
killed in the Labor Day hurricane
of 1935.
Irving Eyster, president of the
Matecumbe Historical Trust, wB
give opening remarks. The cere-
mony will melude an invocation
by Matecumbe United Methodist
Church Pastor Barbara Ammann,
the presentation of colors by Boy
Scout Troop 914, Kathy Buchanan
singing the national anthem, a lay-
ing of a wreath, and a benediction
.by Island Community Church
Pastor Tony Hammond. Mayor
Don Achenberg will also speak.

AARP drive course
is May 20 and 21

Older drivers can increase
their road skills and earn a dis-
toeun u oriinsumafeetyb Ita .ng
A new class in Tavernier is
scheduled to run 9 a.m.. until
noon May 20 and May 21 at
Bank of America, mile marker


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$12,000 in cash J y y boughont e ticket
chosen over car never knew about the raffle -
and was surprised when he got a
Matt Ryan of Hoffman call telling him hdivon. The raf-
Estates, Ill., is the winner of fle allowed the winner to order a
Unity of the Keys' Mother's basic Smart Car or opt for
Day raffle for a Smart Car. $12,000 in cash. He took the
His mother, Keys resident cash.

Great investment property w/ steady
rental occupancy. Waterfront full
duplex w/ pool & Tikil Furnished &
move in ready. Plenty of dockage on
wide & deep canal w/ direct ocean
access. Total 5BR/4BA Both units
also offered separately as half
duplexes. Upper unit is a 3BR/2BA
offered at $800,000. The 2BR/2BA
lower unit w/ Florida room is offered
at $735,000. Call Hillary or Kristine
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changes in brain chemistry gr
brain function, and medication
and/or psychotherapy often
help people to recover.
+ Myth: If you have a men-
tal illness, you can will it
away. Being treated for a psy-
chiatric disorder means some-
Oneshas in some way failed or
is weak.
+ Fact: A serious mental ill-
ness cannot be willed away.
Ignoring the problem does not
make it go away, either.
+ Myth: Addiction is a
lifestyle choice and shows a
lack of willpower. People with
a substance abuse problem are
morally weak or bad.
+ Fact: Addiction is a dis-
ease that generally results
from changes in brain chem-
istry. It has nothing to do with
being a bad person,
+ Myth: Mental illness is
the same as mental retardation.
+ Fact: These are two dif-
forent disorders; retardation is
generally associated with a
limitation in mental function-
ing and difficulties with cer-
tain daily living activities.


Public Meetings Scheduled by and with the City of Marathon for May 2009

City Council ', City Manager
Mike Cinque, Mayor Clyde Burnett
Don Vasil, Vice Mayor City Attorneys
Dick Ramsay, Councilmember q e.- Stearns Weaver Miller
Ginger Snead, Councilmember '-- Weissler Alhadeff
Pete Worthington, Councilmember '" """ & Sitterson, PA
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Please note that more than one Marathon City Council/Board/Committee member may participate in the meeting listed.


Here are some
facts to dispel
,
ITTISinformation

May is National Mental
Health Awareness Month, and
Heron-Peacock Support&d
Living is using it to dispel
some myths.
Heron-Peacock houses the
mentally.ill in group homes in
Marathon and Key West; it's
the onfy such program in
Monroe County. Its purpose is
to help people get better and
become as independent as pos-
sible so they can lead produc-
tive and satisfying lives.
With that as the backdrop,
how much do you knov2 about
mental illness? The following
is from the National Alliance
for Mental Illness.
+ Myth: Depression results
from a personality weakness or
character flaw, and people who
are depressed could just snap
out of it if they tried hard
enough.
+ Fact: Depression has
nothing to do with being lazy
or weak. It results from


Keys military

Lower KeyS
+ U.S. Coast Guardsman
Michael C. McDonnell of
Ramrod Key was recently pro-
moted to petty officer second
class and also received a good
conduct award. He enlisted m
2007 and was stationed on the
Coast Guard cutter Thetis .for
one year, then graduated as an
electronics technician and is
now stationed in Portland,
Maine. He's the son of Elaine
and Mike McDonnell.

Upper Keys
+ Ian Holtzworth of
Tavernier,-a CorAl Shores High
School graduate, has been
appointed to the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy by Sen. Bill
Nelson one of only three
such Florida appointees entering
this year. Sunday at MacDill Air
Force Base just outside Tampa,
Nelson holds a ceremony to
honor all of his new appointees
to the Merchant Marine
Academy, (J.S. Military
Academy, U.S. Naval Academy
and U.S. Air Force Academy.


To view the full City of Marathon calendar please visit: www.ci.marathon.fl.us
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal aIiy 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 add 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 dis-
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abled 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. 5/13/09hh
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With people who suffer from
psychiatric disabilities, the
limitations in intellectual func-
tioning vary as it does across
the general pubhc.
Myth: Mental disorders
are a figment of one's imagina-
tion.
+ Fact: Mental illnesses are
real. Mental illnesses and brain
disorders cause suffering and
disability. The symptoms are a
sign of real illness.
+ Myth: Mental disorders
are caused by a weakness in
character.
+ Fact: Mental disorders
are caused by biological, psy-
chological and social factors.
Research has shown genetic
and biological factors are asso-
ciated with schizophrenia,
depression and alcoholism.
Social influences such as loss
of a job or loved one can con-
tribute to various disorders.
+ Recovery from mental
illness is not possible.
+ Long-term research has
shown that the majority of
people with mental illness
show genuine improvement
over time and lead stable lives.


LOCATION:
Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. *
Edward Jones Investments, 10065 Overseas Hwy.
City Hall Large Conference Room

Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.

Edward Jones Investments, 10065 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy


SUBJECT:
Planning Commission Meeting . .
Beautification Advisory Board Workshop
US 1 Design Review Task Force meeting
City Offices Closed *MEMORIAL DAY*


DA'rE:
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05/19/09
05/21/09
05/25/09


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Racing boats is in Bobbie
Kieber's blood.
This Sunday, the longtime
Keys resident will attempt to win
his class at the seventh annual
Marathon Superboat Grand Prix
for the third straight year.
The Big Pine Key resident
will pilot his 26-foot Larry Smith


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Scarab, one of just three custom-
built versions of that model,
along with Bill .Chittenden.
Kieber has owned the boat,
RumRunners, since 2002.
. Kieber's father raced boats
in Miami.in the 1960s and he
got his start by winning a race
from Mianu to Islamorada at
age 15 in 1974.
"I kind of grew up with it,"
Kieber said. He moved to the
Keys the same year and lives
here with wife Lynn.
And he's had great success,
especially aboard RumRunners.


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mi o ad hu7 a 31 ohour dme
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rst t stt s 04 h .aB5
races comprise the Keys Ultra.
While the scenic Overseas
Highway is full of unique sights,
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VISES MOy 29
fOr spnng game
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Out by the wind-swept nian-
groves, on a red-lined field of dry
grass, footballs thrown by the
two quarterbacks spiraled sky-
ward before dropping, 40 yards
later, into receivers' hands.
One-on-one blocking drills
produced loud impacts and gut-
tural cries, to the delight of the
63-year-old coach, whose bel-
lowed commands were emitted
from beneath a wide-brimmed
fishing hat.
w.':aar s. -:::Key
Wednesday afternoon it drew
about 50 white-jerseyed, red-hel-
meted players preparing for the
annual spring game at 7 p.m.
May 29 against Hialeah Miami
Lakes- at Tommy Roberts
Memorial Stadium.
"The numbers coach Jerry
Hughes said, when asked what
has impressed him the most in
the first two weeks of practice. In
recent seasons, the Conchs had to
make do with a Toster that barely
reached into the 30s.
"Beating Belen last season
. had a lot to do with it," Hughes
said. "Kids sitting in the stands
saw our success and I guess they
wanted to be a part of it."
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orphaned children.' "
Sister Mary Beth will be one of
about 65 people running the entire
grueling distancefromKey Largo
to Key West, m the second annual
Keys 100 race that- begins this


as1 ep t rhr th
weekend: She's running the
entire Florida Keys island chain said. "I wear black to draw atten-
- 100 miles over 43 bridges tion. And when people ask me:
in her calf-length black habit. 'Why in God's name are you
"Pm like Johnny Cash," she doing this?' I can say, 'For the.


Keynoter photo by KAREN QUIST
This is the 'RumRunners' team aboard the custom built 26-foot.Larry Smith Scarab owned
by Big Pine Key resident Bobbie Kiefer, who will run the boat Sunday in the severith annu-
al Marathon Superboat Grand Prix. The RumRunners team is (from left) Greg Koltunak,
Mary Vereline, Jimmy Vereline, Kiebe Lynn Kieber and Bill ChiHenden.
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He's been running the same
boat since 1996, when Chicago
resident Gary Steuwe owned it.
"When I drove for hun, we
won the central division of the
,American Power Boat Associa-
tion three times, Great Lakes
Silver Cup once and the World
Championships of Offshore
Powerboats once," Kieber said.
The success has continued
since he took over ownership'
with consecutive national
championships of Superboat
International/APBA m 2007
and 2008. Kieber runs in


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al 2.5-mile open-water swim
on June 13 on a route that .
circumnavigates the Island of
Key West
Solo sllimmers and sylay
teams'of two to six people
are to compere in the annual
Florida Keys Community
College Swim Around Key
West. The race, which drew
more than 100 entrants in
2008. is set to begin at 8:30
a.m. at the Southemmost
8::M.b hKa b Asi nic
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The clockwise route
around the island encompass-
es the waters of the Atlantic
and Gulf of Mexico, with
swimmers ending \\here they
began at the Southernmost
Resorts' beach.
r Sanctioned by the Florida
Gold Coast Masters of the
United States Masters
Swimming and Florida Gold
Coast Swimming of United
States Swimming orgaruza-
tions, the challenge typically
attracts athletes from the .-
U.S., Canada and abroad to
compete for awards m multi-
ple age categories.
According to event organ-
izer Lori Bosco of Florida
Keys Community College-
swimmers must provide their
own subPP n' I cTdhe
boats except for teams mak-
- ing relay changes. Life-
guards and kayaks w iO be
positioned throughout the
course for safety.
The entry fee for swim-
mers registered by fune 5 as
$90 per solo swimmer, 5150
per two-person relay team.
5230 per three-person team,
5310 per four-person ream,
5400 per five-person team
and $460 per si.1-person
team. Those registering after
June 5 must pay an addition-
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with soccer help
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

When Key West High School
girls soccer coach Scott Paul
looked out of his classroom win-
dow the other.afternoon, what he
saw warmed his heart.
There,. on the grass field
behind the school, was sopho-
m6re Jess Bodmer working on
goal-keeping stills with seventh-
grader Angela Martin, another
Aspiring goalie.
"This is the part of the pro-
gram that I really enjoy and that
is essential to ongoing success m
any sport, experience working
with youth," Paul said.


FOOTBALL / Frdm 28

Ainong those 50 players, sev-
eral stand out, including quarter-
backs Stephen Jones and Phillip
Young, both of whom will be
seniors in the fall.
Young, who will also be a
receiver and running back, is
fresh from winning a state track
championship.
"He can't throw the deep ball
consistently," Hughes said, "but
he's just a threat. It's hard to
defend a quarterback who can
run outside and also pass."
.. As for Jones, Hughes said,
"He's still the guy. He helped us


Practices are held each day
and draw under-14 club players
andConchvarsitymembers.Paul
.instructs, as does boys soccer
coach Jason Clifford, varsity
goalie coach Bobby Saunders
audDave Mitchell, who coaches
the seventh-graders. .
Saunders has been working
with Bodmer and Martin on
Monday and Clifford, Paul said,
"has been a tremendous help in
Jess' development with his morn-
ing session for the boys with her
in goal."
Former Conch varsity players
such as Krizzie Menez, Monica
Bertram, Kaitlin Hopkins and
Rachel Rivet hav.e also beeh
around to help out the under-14
team that will compete Sunday in
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The club provides players with
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win five games last year. He
throws a nice ball but is having
mood swings. He viants to be 100
percent perfect in everything he
does.''
Michel Sohip who has speed
and size, returns at running back,
and will share time with Jycorae
Mason.
The Conchs expect to have a
high-powered offense, which will
be needed to offset.an inexperi-
enced defense. Free safety
Christian Stewart, who is a strong
6 feet 3, will give Young help in
the defensive backfield. Despite
the numbers, many of the Conch
offensive players will have to
also play defense.


Key West was 5-5 in 2008 and
missed a chance to make the ptate
playoffs when it lost to Edison, 3-
0, in a tie-breaking one-quarter
game.
This fall, the Conchs will play
in the new four-team District 16-
3A with Miami Edison, Miami
Jackson and Booker T.
Washington.. After many years,
Belen Jesuit and Monsignor Pace
are no longer on the schedule.
"Every season is a new begin
ning," said Hughes, who returned
to Key West last season after 10
years. "I haven't lost that feeling
of wanting to be out on the field.
What else am l going to do after
school? I'd be a lost soul."


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RACE / From 28

Manufacturer Production Class
Five, one of 10 potential classes.
"All the P classes are like
bracket drag races where you
can't exceed a certain speed. My
speed limit is 72, so we dial the
boat in to run at 72 at aU times,"
he said. = .
That was especially difficult
tlus year, since Gellner Engine-
ering in Cleveland is repairing
RumRunners' .main engine.
Kieber took the engine out of his
pleasure boat for Sunday's race
and has spent three weeks con-
verting it to an offshore setup.
"We've been working 12-hour
days on it and just finished it"
Thursday, he said, adding he still
expects to win Sunday. "After all
. the time we've put in it, we have
to."
Jimmy Vereline serves as
Kieber's crew chief and his wife
Mary is equipment manager,
Kieber's father, Bobbie, does
technical support. *
Race organizer John Carbonell
said he expects between 16 and 18
boats to take part on the unique
six-mile course that includes rac-


The top guide was Capt.
Mark Gillman, who fishes out of
the World Wide Sportsman in

lah s oat haAdul leasecut -
The tournament raised more
than $50,000 to support the pro-
grams offered by Sea Base. Sea
sa d vesn r ua sa
Scouts who come from around
the nation. The goal is to teach

ctonseMrva environmental

Marathon tourney .
Billy Rabito's 1,350 points
led the way in the 43rd annual
Marathon Tarpon Tournament
April 30 through May 2, easily
surpassing second-place winner
Kevin Goodwin's 900 points.
In this tournament, run by
World Class Angler bait-and-
tackle owner Dave Navarro,
Only 12- or 30-pound test could
be used on conventional or spin
tackle. A tarpon caught with 12-
pound test was worth 225 points


ing underneath the Seven Mile
Bridge at speeds up to 150 mph.
Attendance by both racers and
spectators has been lacking in
recent years, which prompted the
Monroe County Tourist Develop-
ment Council to award just
$25,000 to the event this year. It
received $75,000 the year before.
"Because of the economy now
it is hard to predict [how many
boats will show] and they don't
pre-book because they don't know
until the last minute if they're
coming," Carbonell. said. "That's
going to. be the situation for the
next few years, unfortunately."
The good news, Carbonell
said, is that CBS Sports will
broadcast eight Superboat
International races beginning in
October and running through
December. That includes
Sunday's race.
Carbonell said the races will
air on Saturdays for one hour at 1
p.m. He said he hopes the net-
work exposure will increase
funding for the Marathon race.
"I could not guarantee nation-
al TV when we went before them
a year ago," he said. "But now
the proof is in the pudding."




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and one caught using 30-pound
test was worth 150 points.
Rounding out the top five fin
fishers were Jack Callion, .John
CallionandBJ.Meyer.
MOre to on
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The. Middle Keys ladies were
smoking' hot with a record'catch
during the two-day 33rd annual

Laad es Tadrplon our lament, held
Thirty fish were caught and
released on opening day
ed 4 the t.Barbtd

individual title, accumulating
2,250 points with 10 tarpon.
The award for second-place
angler went to Jamie Callion
with eight fish and 1,800 points.
Kimberly Farnes' six fish earned
her .third place with 1,350
points. Both anglers are from
Marathon.
All of the winners' tarpon
were caught on 12-pound-test
line.
Twenty-four anglers fished
the tournament, releasing 71
tarpon.


The race village is to be
set up at the Marathon
events field, mile marker 52
oceanside. Dry pits are to be
open to the public from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. through the
weekend.
Shoreline viewing areas
for the race are planned for
the bayside entrance below
the old Seven Mile Bridge,


with front-row viewing from
Chappy's Steak & Seafood
on Knight's Key from I to 3
p.m. Sunday. Choppy's is to
host on awards ceremony
set to begin at 4 p.m.
Race practice can also
be viewed from Chappy's
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today,
following by a pre-race
party from 5 to 8 p.m.


Keys Sports & Outdoors


Williams bags top tarpon


Rabito, Hewlett

g et other wins
in Middle Keys
Tom Williams of Birmingham,
Ala., walked away with grand-
champion honors for 10 tarpon
releases in the 25th annual
Invitation Tarpon Tournament,
staged May 5 through 8 by the
Boy Scouts of Amenca Florida
National High Adventure Sea
Bas oenLowertMatecumbeKey.a

record 94 tarpon released by 24
anglers, surpassing last year's
catch of 80. The tournament
consisted of five half-day rounds
of fishing, each with a different
guide and partner.
JimLittle ofBarberton, Ohio,
was the second-place angler
with seven releases and a tie-
breaker catch; Ken Hyatt of
Tampa came in third with seven
releases. Hyatt .also received .
honors for the first fish, with a
release 15 minutes into the tour-
nament.


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RUNNING / From 28

from Betsy the gigantic lobster to
the breathtaking Seven Mile
Bridge, a running nun is likely to
turn heads.
"It's flabbergasting," race
director Bob Becker said. "I'mnot
Catholic and I didn't even know if
nuns were allowed to run."
Legendary tiltra-marathoner
Lisa Smith-Batchen, who once
finished the Sahara Desert's infa-
mous 150-mile Marathon des
Sables after being bitten by a
scorpion, will pace Sister Mary
Beth who just turned 60.
"But she's -so not 60 years
old," Smith-Batchen said. "She's
like a little kid, with the most
amazing energy of anyone I've
been around. She's never sick.
She can go, go, go. And she so

bellI 6 ,wShi erkMd Beth, a
New Jersey native, joined the
Religious Teachers Filippini, a
300-year-old ofder that helps the
poorest children and women in
the United States and nine other
countries.
In 1995, she began a mission to
help children who have become
orphans because their parents died
of AIDS. Last year she published
"AIDS Orphans Rising," a book
chronicling the growing plight of
millions of kids who watched
their parents die of the devastating
disease and then became heads of
households with few resources but
a huge responsibility to care for
younger siblings.
"In Ethiopia there are
470,000 new orphas from AIDS
last year," she said. "Where do
you get the Somalian pirates?


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Smith-Batchen 28 years ago.
:But the nun didn't take up
long-distance running until goad-
ing by her brothers and father, all
marathoners. Her father, Fort
Pierce resident Buddy Lloyd,
who will turn 89 Wednesday, will
serve on her crew.
"I'm sure there will be hoots


and hollers from people wonder-
ing who is the crazy person run-
ning in the habit," Smith-
Batchen said. "But it's really
great she is able to do something
she loves, and raise money for
the kids she loves. She's putting
her foot where her mouth is.
She's remarkable."


From little children with no place
to go."
Through donations, in which
100 percent goes to help the chil-
dren, her order has built mission
schools in Brazil, Ethiopia,
Eritrea, India and Albania to feed,
clothe and lodge the youngest
orphans.
The mission schools also edu-
cate and teach the children skills
- from pizza-making to agri-
culture to accounting to help
them provide for themselves.
For $150, a young girl can be
set up with a sewing machine,
thread and the know-how to start
her own business.
"With the micro-enterprise,
she doesn't have to turn to pros-
titution," Sister Mary Beth said.
"She has a way to take care of
her younger brothers and sisters
with dignity."

6-y ol To s e oyb t
three younger sisters in Ethiopia.
He was taught how to care for
chickens, and became so good
he amassed about 300 m his
yard.
"We call him the Mr. Tyson
Chicken of the area," she said.
"Now he comes back to the mis-
sion school and gives eggs-to the
sisters."
Becker, the race director, said
he was inspired by Sister Mary
Beth after listening to her speak
last year about "running for a
cause" before a difficult 50-mile
trail race in the Grand Teton
Mountains in Wyoming. She fin-
ished that race in 20 hours, car-
rymg her rosary and holy water.
That finish came on the-heels
of running nearly 100 miles in
temperatures soaring over 125


degrees to pace Smith-Batchen
during her 302-mile run from
Las Vegas to Badwater, Calif.,
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the summit of Mt. Whitney at
14,505 feet.
"I know at one point it was
127 degrees because a man from
NBC interviewed Lisa and he had
a huge thermometer," Sister
Mary Beth said.
She didn't complain about
wearing her cotton habit: "When
you're hot, you're hot." The race
was worth it, raising $550,000
for the orphaned kids.
Sister Mary Beth began run~
ning cross-country in high
school. She coached the sport at
an all-girls Catholic School in
New Jersey, where she met


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No.9488500
IN THE CIRCUIT
CUO TAOFTRHEU1MN
AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
LAOS9ECNA53-M
STATE BANK
FINANCIAL, a Wisconsin
corporation,
Plaintiff,
MES L. JUNKER and
DEBORAH G. JUNKER,
Defendants,
-NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE

N Td I H REB
virtue of a Findings of
Fact, Conclusions of Law
andJudgmentthatwas
issued by the Circuit
Court of St. Croix County,
State of Wisconsin, Case
No. 08-CV-682 on Octo-
ber 3, 2008 and filed on
October?, 2008 and do-
mesticated in the Statsof
Florida by the Circuit
Court in and for Monroe
County, Florida on the
11th day of February,
2009, and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution issued
in the above styled cause
on the 17th dayofApril,
2009, I, Robert P.
Peryam, Sheriff of Mon-
roe County, Florida have
levied upon and will offer
for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash,
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2en eagainett"haeges
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atthefrontdoorofthe
MMoounsje5 uW t
St., Key West, Florida,
ahueni eaessDobJar sG
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ect ta a, da hn s,
orencumbranceswhat-

Parcel 1 Lot No. 400, in
thatcertainCondomini-
um OoR nSo as O -
tl NGatKoEY ds sh n by
minium, which has been
orde h cutof
Court in and for Monroe
County, Florida, in Plat
ve h eTo s
Highway, Lot400, Long
Key, FL 33001.
.
tPhatcce otN)od40 in
um to be know as OUT-
DOOR RESORTS AT
tL NGtKE asshownby
minium, which has been
recorded in the Office of
u d oer ne
County, Florida, in Plat
Book6,page44.Theim-
provements thereon
known as 65821 Over-
seas Highway, Lot401,
Long Key, FL 33001.
Mobile Home -1983
oFRAI" mobile home reg-
isteredtoDeborahJunk-
er located on the above-
describ parcels) and
ide pcat on n rs:
12171967; (2) Title Num-
ber- 90178170; and (3)
FEID/DLNumber-
J526167455960.
DATED this 27th day of
April, 2009
ROBERT P. PERYAM,
Sheriff
Monroe County, Florida
BY:Rachelle Gates,
Supervisor
Civil Process Division
Publish May 2, 9, 16, 23,
2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No.9327800
IN THE CIRCUIT
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SI R NO HT ICIAL
CIRCUITEIN ANND R
FLORIDA
NOTICEOF
FORECLOSURE
BY CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned,
DANNY L. KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Monroe County,
Florida, will, on the 29th
day of MAY 2009 at
11:00 a.m. at 500 White-
head Street, Monroe
County, in the City of Key
West, Florida, offer for
sale, and sell at public
outcry to the highest and-
best bidder for CASH the
following described prop-
erty situated in
IVionroe County, Florida,
towit:
SEE ATTACHED LEGAL
DESCRIPTION
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BK 3 LOT 8 DUCK KEY
P NTPAT N ISLAND
HARBOR PB5-82
OR534-535 OR541-409
OR998-1399
OR1102-1738
OR1668-2142/49
OR1925-1644
OR2006-2159160
OR2006-2161AFF
OR2088-1933Q/C
Pursuant to the FINAL .
JUDGMENT OF FORE-
CLOSURE entered in a
case pending in Said
Court, the style of which
is:
ORION BANK, a Florida
Corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
ROBERT B.
NEWSOME, and
CARRIE E. NEWSOME,
hislivife, MONROE
COUNTY, JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE, as
unknown tenants in.
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110
Legal Notices
number is xxx-xx-2713,
is pending in the Circuit .
Court for MONROE
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 3117 Overseas
Highway, Marathon, FL
33050. The names and
addresses of the person-
al representative and the
personal representatives
attorney are set forth be-
low.
AII creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy ofthis 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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM-
-
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED-
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED-
The date of first
publication of this notice
is May 9, 2009-
Personal Representative
JASON ROBINSON
57510 Morton Street
Marathon, FL 33050
RICHARD E. WARNER,
CoNntintuCd the



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And the Docket Number
of which is Number:
08-CA-367-M
Witness my hand and the
Official Seal of said court,
this 29th day ofAPRIL,
2009.

Danny L. Kolhage
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Monroe County Florida

By: Tammy Marciel
Deputy Clerk
Florida Statutes 45.031:
Ariy person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property own-
er astof the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the
sale.
Publish May 9, 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keyboter

No. 9400100 -
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.09 CP32M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN E. FITZPATRICK,
Deceased.
NOTICE i'O
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of
JOHN E. FITZPATRICK,
deceased, whose date of
death was December5,
2008 and whose social
security number is XXX-
XX-5093, is pending ih
the Circuit Court for Mon-
roe County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 500
Whitehead Street, Key
West, FL 33040. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LAT-
ER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
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DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
- TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sions having claims or de-
mands againstdece-
dent's estate must file
their clams with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. .
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED VL/ITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION .
733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROpATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THETIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 9, 2009.
Personal
Representative: .
Rita Stefano
5008 Dale Court
Midland, MI48642
Attorney for Personal
Representative: .
Thomas V. Siciliano, P.A.
980 North Federal
Highway
Suite 440 -
Boca Ratory, FL 33432
Florida Bar No. 247820
Telephone: (561)
368-6500
Facsimile: (561)
338-3441
Publish May 9, 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No. 9402400
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 09-CP-36-M
IN RE: ESTATE' OF
THOMAS A. MOTT, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO.
CREDITORS ,
The administration of the
estate of Ti IOMAS A.
MOTT, JR., deceased,
whose date of death was
March 22nd, 2009, and
whose social security
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P.A.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050 -
Telephone:
(305) 743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134
Publish May 9, 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No.9535200
.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.09-CP-38-M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ERICH M.
GRUETZMANN
Deceased.
.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of EIRICH M.
GRUETZMAN$1, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was March 14th,
2009, and whose social
security number is xxx.
xx-0567, is pending in the
Circuit Court for MON-
ROE County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 3117
Overseas Highway,
Marathon, FL 33050. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent'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 PUBLICA-
.TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST .
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
'
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
Continued on the .
Next Column


Moiroe County School
District
Purchasing Department
Publish May 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No. 9640600
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
Auction to be held on
June 5, 2009 at 8:00
A.M. at All American
Towing & Tire, Inc.,
711 Largo Road, Key
Largo, Florida 33037,
in accordance to FL
statue section 713.78 for
unpaid towing & storage.
1999 CHRYSLER 4 DR
VIN:
2C3HE66G1XH574385
Publish May 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No. 9699400
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
Notice is hereby given
that ori 6/15/09 at 10:30 -
am the following vehicles
will be sold for towing and
storage charges:
Year: 06 Make: PLC1
Model: BOAT VEN#:
PLCVVPO61A606
Sale to be held at
POWERS MARINE
SERVICE-LLC DBA
TOW OF KEY LARGO,
21 Garden Cove Dr.
Key Largo FL 33037
305-451-3330, the sller
reserves the right to bid,
Publish May 16, 2009
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IN SECTION733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE.
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication ofthis notice
is May 9, 2009. .
Personal Representative
ANGELA
GRUETZMANN
510 43rd Street
Marathon, FL 33050
RICHARD E. WARNER,
P.A.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305)743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134
Publish May 9, 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No.9535800
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.44-09-CP-84-K
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH PHILLIP
SCAVO, JR. alkla
VINCENT JOSEPH
SCAVO
Deceased.
-
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration ofthe
estate of JOSEPH
PHILLIP SCAVO, JR.
a/k/a VINCENT JOSEPH
SCAVO, deceased,
whose date of death was
FebrElary 26th, 2009, and
whose social security
numbers xxx-xx-5343,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for MONROE
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 500 Whitehead
Street, Key West, FL
33040:The names and
addresses of the person-
al~representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are setfoi-th be-
low.
AII creditors of the
decedent and other per-
. sons having claims or
demands against dece-
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dent'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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH.ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is May 9, 2009-
Personal Representative
KATHRYN M. MIN
391 Riverside Avenue
Westport, CT 06880
RICHARD E. WARNER,
P.A.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305)743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134
Publish May 9, 16, 2009
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DemandStar by calling
1-800-711-1712 or by go-
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www.demandstar.com or
by going to
www.keyschools.com.
. The public record docu-
ment is available at the
Purchasing Department,
241 Trumbo Road, Key
West FL 33040.
AII bids must be received
on or before the Tues-
day, June 9, 2009 at2:00
P.M. as specified in the
bid documents. The
Monroe County School
District reserves the right,
at its sole discretion, to
accept or reject any and
all bids and to waive in-
formalities or irregulari-
ties when it is in the best
interest of the Board to do
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No.9726000
Notice of Funding -
EdwardByrne
MemoriafJustice
Assistance Grant
Program.

Ma enCd nad r is
program for the fiscal
year beginning Oct. 1,
2009.Grantsarefor
criminal justice related
purposes.Proposalsare
due in the Grants Admin.
Office no later than 5:00
PM, June 1, 2009. The
& Substance Abuse Policy
Advisory Board advises
the County Commission
on the uses of these
furids. For a proposal
form for the JAG- normal
distribution grant contact
Lisa Tennyson,
Grants Administfator,
1100 Simonton Street, <
Key West, FL 33040;
305-292-4444;
re at -fl.gov
Publish May 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 9726300
Notice of
Funding-Edward Byrne
Memorial Justice
Assistance Grant
Program-American
Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of
2009 -
Monroe County will re-
ceive funding.under this
special stimulus program
th scal20ea b rgdn-
are for criminal justice re~
lated p poses. Andaw
.
radiati e gible ralund-
Byrne funding is eligible '
however special rules
mnedn p npgd rd e
arq ac ptin o a limit-
Stions. Applicants are
st encouraged to
c ropopa s are
du in the Grants Admin.
OMce no er0t n 00
Substance Abuse Policy
Advisory Board advises
the County Commission
on the ush of4hese
s. F pATAsa
grantTcon ct
i nt rsi strator
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Key West, FL 33040; *
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Publish May 16, 2009
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.9773700
NOTICE OF SALE
Unit3-
Michael Brabham

D i Cox
Upon a cursory
inspection, the unit was
foundtocontain:
Household Goods
Business Property &
Records
Items will be sold or oth-
erwise disposed of at this
site on MAY 28, 2009 at
9:00 AM at the address
below, to satisfy owners
lien in accordance with
State Statutes, Sections
83:801 to 83:909. Terms
of the sale are cash. No
checks will be accepted.
AIIgoods are sold in as is
condition. Tax must be
fpu i yne s
provide own lock if need-
ed. Seller reserves the
right to overbid. AII items
or spaces may not be
available on date of sale.
George Sands
Storage Solutions, Inc.
90080 Overseas
Highway
Tavernier, FL 33070
PublishMayl6,2009
Florida Keys Keynoter

No. 9821000
STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT
MILWAUKEE COUNTY
Case No.
09-CV-002770
Hort. Thomas R.
Cooper
Code No. 30301
GEICO GENERAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
TATRICK D..HICKEY
and
SCOTT R. MORGAN,
Defendants-
AMENDED
PUBLICATION
SUMMONS
THE STATE OF
CONSIGN
PATRICK D. HICKEY
You are notified that the
plaintiff named above
has filed lawsuit or oth-
er legal action against
you.
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Lost and Found
$1000 REWARD
Lostopaldolphin
pendarit and earrings.
Very sentimental!!
Please call 684-0822


EMPLOYMENT
260 General -
Miscellaneous
Couple to share duplex
with elderly gentleman.
Incl. main partof nice
home, all util., and food
allowance in return for
rr d com ionship
laundry and cleaning).
Ideal situation for right
couple. 305-522-2460.
Dolphin Research
Center has a FT entry
level opening for a Food
PreplHandler: Some du-
ties include daily fish and

nn5ee e o _
stations and working with
dolphins. The successful
candidate must be an '
outgoing people-person,
physically fit and a
confidentswimmer.
E-mail your resume to ,
drc-hrodolphins.org
EOE
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Legal Notices
that is or may be incorrect
in the Complaint, A judg-
ment may be enforced as
provided by law. A judg-
ment awarding money
may become alien
against any real estate
you own now or in the fu-
ture, and may also be en-
forced by garnishment or
seizure of property.
Dated this 14th Day of
May, 2009.
EMILE BANKS &
ASSOCIATES, LLC
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
GEICO General
Insurance Company

Bt te. CNo.E 803
Publish May 16, 20, 23,
2009
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260 General -
MISC011anODUS
ELECTRICIAN'S
HELPER wanted. Must
be experienced, w/FL DL
Marathon Electric,
305-743-5805
MARINE SYSTEMS &
GENERATORTECH
Marathon. Clean driving
record. Call 289-4044
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Within forty-five (45) days
after May 16, 2009, you
must respond with a writ-
ten demand for a copy of
the Complaint. The de-
mand must be sent or de-
livered to the court,
whose address is Mil-
waukee County Court-
re 11w eN h
cosin 53233, and to
L. Nicole Kintop, plain- ,
tifs attorney, whose ad-
dress is 1200 North May-
fair Road, Suite 290, Mil-
waukee, Wisconsin
53226. You may have an
at n help or repre-

If you do notdemand.a
copy of the Complaint
within forty-five (45)
days, the court may grant
judgment against you for
the award of money or
otherlegalactionre-
quested in the Complaint,
and you may lose your
rightto b ectto anything
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Healthcare
CERTIFIED NURSING'
assist. or Home Health
Aide needed for Middle
and Upper Keys. Please
call 305-872-9788

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Prior experience preferred, must speak English.
Call between 9am 11am to schedule an
fill licat
interview or mme irnH f m pm. ion.

(305) 216-5998


Speech Therapists & Occupational Therapists Keyswide
PTIFT opportunities in htme health for lic professionals
throughout the Keys. Home health exp. preferred. Great opportunity
for additional income. Flexible schedules. Comp pay, benefits & a
wonderful work environment with a top-notch interdisciplinary team.
Interested parties should submit a resume with cover letter to:
Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Florida Keys
1319 William Street Key West, FL 33040
HR Department Fax: 305/292-9466 or e-mail hr@hosoicevna.com
EOE and Drug Free Workplace


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Sailboats & Cottages
.00king for a Hashand/wife team & a Sailing
HStructOrlCaptain to manage (10) cottages and
(12) 22ft. sailboats on the bay in Key Largo, FL
POssible housing/mooring/RV accommodations availab e.
flOridasailingadventures.com
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Fax: 305-723-0400 Paid


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Expanding law firm in
ISlamorada seekmg
Attorney with Civil
litigation/general practice
experience. Must ea self
Starter and be able to multi task.
Mail Resume to:
P.O. Box 710 Islamorada, Fl. 33036


Accounting &
TRX Service Ed

ACCOUNTANT / TAX PREPARER
FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE.
DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING REQUIRED. PRIOR
PUBLibACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
KNOWLEDGE OF QUICKBOOKS, PAYROLL & SALES
TAX HELPFUL BENEFiT PACKAGE INCLUDES
HEALTH INSUR, PENSION, VACATION & SICK TIME.
GREAT WORK ENVIRONMENT.
FAX RESUME TO KEYS ACCOUNTING & TAX
SERVICE AT 305-451-3948.


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QueenSleeperSofa$369
Dinettes, Futons, Recliners
Simmons Beauty rest
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MERCHANDISE
590
Miscellaneous
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Furn ure& Appli ces
Byars Used Furniture &
a 72 500/S
Private collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watches
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MISCBilan80US
STACK WID, $275 Flat
t p5 ,e ds ove ir dge,
white, $200, Leather
Couch w/ built in refiners
$275.305-731-5475
WHITE GE ELECTRIC
STOVE- Smooth top,
Like New$350, White
range hood $75, White
Microwave $35,
ea ca1118tlo3view
20' Insulated Container
& 2 Howe Flaker ice rna-
chines, 20001b ice ea. at
$5500 + forklift gas
tanks $50 305-216-5362


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CUSTOMER SERVICE
:,CR r id
Union has an exciting op-
port unity in our Marathon
Shoresoffice.Weare
s kg one en niced
ern re ce R 5
responsilileforproviding
account information
Einiqne1'of oun
is nT se as
well as providing a vari-
cos oansamt onbs rrs in a
courteous, prorispt, and -
cu ate ntannereCandi-
lent communication and
or ofar j 2or
banking experience, ex- '
experience in customer ser-
vi e cash n-
able in a sales and ser-
vice environment. Good
creditrequired.Excellent
benefits package, includ-
ing health and dental in-
surance, 401(k) and paid
holidays & vacation. Ap-
plications available on-
Unpep f .org.
faxed to294-0558 or
dropped off at ariy of our
branch locations. E.O.E-
FRONT DESK CLERK,
Answer multi-line tele-
phone, computer reser-
vations, greet and assist
est nMus npeak Ei -
helpful. Must have a valid
Driver's License & reli
able transportation.
Background check re-
quired. $9.00/hr + ben9-
ts1Aph2i er n at
Resort, 38801 Overseas
Hwy, MM 39
Responsible computer
"'lstitorn anyg(
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TURNKEY SALONS~
Available for lease
Act now opportunity won't l~ast!
Commodore Realty 786-863-9999
N icol e@commino orertealIty. comn


710
Homes for Rent
MM 105, Bayside canal
4/2. 3rd floor Master
Suite, Davits, Pool, Hot
tub, Tiki thar. Large lot-
private and beautifully
$2950 mo., F/L/S. Annual
le e.6Po rvice incl...
MM 90 3/2 up, 2/1 down
Tavernier Creek View
08AOBoat 5m2pl3-7008
MM 92 3/2 stilt, Ocean
view across from Harry
5rris .391850. Call
MM93 OCEANSIDE
Updated Tri-Level, 4/2
40' deep water dockage
GREAT HOUSEl
305-216-2333
attionsodrabellsouth.net
MUST SEE Very clean
2/2 stilt, C-A/C, fenced
backyard, enclosed
workshop down. Near
MM 95 oceanside. $1400
0us nOO se5cOurity. Call
-
Tavernier2/1, pan-
oramic bayview, tile thru-
out, island kitchen, Irg.
lot. $1200/mo-
305-598-8719.
TAVERNIER 3/2, on a
plugged canal. Available

wM n
Tavernier O/S, historic
area.4/2, AC, WID, gran-
ite counters, SS appls.
Occceeas wotttfhewa r
$2500 month. 305-453-
3086, cell 203-273-9553
211 Bay Haven. Newly
renovated, C-A/C, WID,
O wlbTch/ramp-
786-302-3604.
1/1 Key Largo stand-
alone home. H/O Park
w/ramp. According shut-
tge s rd seTice .66
2/2 ground level, MM
108, newly redone, tile,
ddTs hotOwat ,0 D,
mo. 305p-942-7333
712 MOhile HOmeS
for Rent



A 2BR/1BA
.
Molvl t9a5c eabnside
305-972-4709
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.T.urn sorne heads'n ride in style.
Tickets $10 only 200 will be sold.
Benefit United Way of the Florida Keys.
Call 296 3464...try your luck now.

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Duplex for Rent Duplek for Rent


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712 Mobile Homes 725 Apt Cond0 .
for Rent Duplex for Rent


May 16, 2009


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CONCH KEY Large, 2/1,
Kitchen, Living room &
Porch, Available -
Immediately. $1150/mo
F/L/S 305-619-2828
DESIGNER HALF DUP,
MM 28-2/1.5, on canal,
tile firs/mrbl cntrs, stilts,
Hurr. Shutters, w/d, d/w,
$1575/mo 305-342-1167


Duck Key MM61 Hawk's
Cay Gonch Villa. 2/2,
Furnished. Maid service
incl.423-791-0129-
Executive Bay2/2.
Monthly $2000 4 mo min.
or $1300 mo yrly lease.
RA585 Large 1.5
BR, 1 BA, Gulfyiew!
Covered prkg, very quiet.
Cable, elec & water incl-
$900/mo. 305-743-5780
Ge dSe eKT2 hen
Living room, Deck, Ocean
View, $1400/mo F/L/S-
305-395-1102
Islamorada 2/2, ground
ene o oc na-
nal, beach, W/D. Yrly Ise,
, util inc. $1500 mo. Boat
slip avail. 201-953-4349
ISLAMORADA CONDO
Mo8 3 pge
Balcony, furnished, pool,
$2500/mo Call Bruce '
305-937-8111
ISLAMORADA Very Lg.
apt. on the water. Fur-
nished, year lease,
200/m3o Fl6$ 5@ Sec.
KCB-BEAUTIFUL
Recently Renov. 2/2, &
1/1 Ocean front Condos
Priv. Sandy Bch. & Pool-
Avail Long term May 1
Call 305-743-0173


KEY COLONY BEACH
2/1 on canal, C/alc, w/d,
all tile, ground level patio,
$1200/mo F/L/S.
305-743-0008
KEY COLONY BEACH-
Super clean, 2/2, on ca-
nal. WID, C alc/heat, 7th
St., parking, $1350/mo,
petsOK 330-618-4056
Key Colony Beach
2/2 duplex, unfurnished.
$1400/mo F/L/S. Ask for
John, 305-944-1060
KEY LARGO Largo
Park, ill, $500/mo +
util.101600 O/S Hwy,
pets under 15 pounds ok.
305-451-2911
Layton MM 68 Half
u0p 2 BR terfront.
Remax Keys to the Keys
(305)743-2300
LONG KEY/MM 68.5
Cheerful 1/1 on canal.
W/UDS N850Srno ph.Is util.
480-200-9189
MARATHON 1 & 2 Bed-
room Condo's $1000 -
$1400mo + elec. Pool &
Dock C la rcy,
289-6505
Marathon -2/1 Furn Top
floor unit, Pool, Ocean
View $1000/mo + util.
x R 54 L K
MARATHON 2BD, 1 BA
game room, fenced back
yard, petfriendly, C/AC,
$1500/mo
305-684-0033
MARATHON 2bd 1 ba
Half plex, w/d, ao
amenities, 66th Street. .
$1000/mo 305-743-6567
MARATHON duplex apt.
2/2, 1000 sf. 10834 5th
Ave. Gulf. Sturdy
construction. $1300/mo.
F/L/S. 289-1887
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


ISLAMORADA
waterfront 1/1 Mobile
Home, great cond.furn/

r 3, ,ud k
$1100/mo 954-557-3179
MARATHON-3/2,
Ocean View, cla, fenced
,1 mo PO dNT.
Avail 6/1 743-7806
MARATHON-KEYS RV
1/1, dockage, $750/mo
+ util. $750 Dep.
ail7 Imm i3ately
MARATHON, KEYS RV
1-2 bd/1 ba w/ FL room-
Covered 30ft dock/deck,
Cable incl., $950/mo +

53 u ated
fam. home, WID, AC,
M/BA w/jacuzzi, 1.yr
lease, $1350 mo.+Sec
dep.....847.828.3240
725 Apt Cond0 .
Duplex fDr Rent
A Great Location 51st
Gulf, Mthn, 1/1 C/A, W/p
hk up; quiet, clean, pets
OK. $900 + dep. Some
util incl. (305) 304-8702
A MOVE IN NOW $195
week. Marathon. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furn. All
utilities & cable included.
305-289-0800


AFFORDABLE
MARATHON Shores,
1/1, Beautiful, w/tile,
tN q 5 4T3-6088
Marathon Studios, 1 bd'
& Cottages. Starting @
$600/mo. Includes util.
-E 1.5 ba,
unfurn. Yrly lease $1475
mo, incl Direct TV & yard
mainFtdeep0wa r2 8
ing.
BIG FNNr KE 21 cOrn er
Iot, w/dock. w/d hk-up,
MUST SEE!! $1150/mo
FIS 305-872-2952
BONEFISH-6TH
Ou Rully woR b
vated. pool, and sh ort
akto e)ac Lease
305-731-6739
Canal l/1 MM 89 WID
DT screened porch hot
pets. Util. incl, $1200 mo.
F/L/S. 30-8240-9508

HARMING Marathon
Studio w/yard in nice
neighborhood. $750/mo
(Call Andy


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FINANCE

610 Business
Opportunities
DAY SPA Fully furnished
& equipped, for nails, tan'
me I 2 OLsoqc d
Key West, 586-615-3559
Key Colony Beach Deli
Call Coldwiell Banker
Schmitt Real Estate,
Barbara Stevens
305-289-6553
620
0000 10 1.080
WE BUY ALL GOLD
CASH NOW.i welry,
O O/SwHwy. 121,
Mthli. Call 305-743-4603
690
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For a Secure Loan
518-260-6545, Mrthn.
700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
A BIG PINE KEY, 4 bd,
%.5 bth, almost new. on
canal, dbl lot. $1950/mo
Contact AI, Keys Wide
Realty 305-747-0768
A DUCK KEY ANNUAL
rental. Furn/unfurn. Pris-
tine, 3/2. Near Club Duck
Key. $1750/mo. Owner/
Broker 631-255-4644
A DUCK KEY Sp ious
Furn/Unfurn, tile, cla,
w/d, Pets OK $1795 +
util F/L/S 305-743-0003
Across from Founders
cl 007/L/S
305-664-0078. -
ANNUAL RENTALS
ALL CANAL FRONT!
Marathon, 2/1-$925 &
Pinne 2/1 $ 100
Call Barbara at CBSRE
306-289- 6499
Available in Marathon
Beautiful 2 BR, 2 BA
2"int:"Mirk 0.
386-547-3071
Big PinkKey 1/1, C/A,
fenced yard, on canal w/
dock. Asking $900/mo.
Call Terry 305-304-6109
BIG PINE KEY4BR, 2BA
w n n ts
ok. Partially furn or unfurn
$2400/mo 305-395-2334
BIG PINE KEY, Nice 2/2
canal-front stilt home w/
screened porch, central
air, dock, annual lease.
No dogs. $1550/mo. +
util, FIL/S. 305-304-9128
CALE CLASSIRIM 743-M5i


610 *Business


710
Homes for Rent
Canal Front 3Br/1Ba
in MarathonrHas WID,
and an extra empty lot.
$1500/mo 305-608-6153
Cudjoe MM23 2/2 + offc
open water views, cla,
w/d, d/ cmm 11
apt on canal, pool, tiki wd,
uitI + inc. $975 393-0292

,DC/ +Nhee7,r 3 BRe2d
porch overlooking dock &
a good boating canal,
ER I74. MM13,
3/2furn, on crystal clear
canal, w/ davits, tiki hut &
bayviews. $2200/mo
754-224-0825
ISLAMORADA-2/1
Completely renovated,
granite, stainless appl.,
w/d. Quiet neighborhood.
$1300/mo 305-304-7381
ISLAMORADA MM88
2/2, W/D, fenced yard,
quiet street. $1500/mo +
util. 305-395-1447
Key Colony Beach,
10th St. Fully furn., 2/2
WID, new a pl., 37' bulk
head. $1506/mo + util
1 yr lease.516-779-6002
Little T h 2/2 On stilts
ore 1, down
s 5 a .602
or cell: 305-481-4763
LONG KEY 2/1 1
F d rd. Peon calna
cm F/tS. $175we -.
month. 305-393-2515
MARATHON 2/1, 2 car
rkin book-u
Unrg rn. $1100/mo + util
F/L/S. 305-619-6383
MARATHON 312-
On canal, furn/ $2000,
Un Mn318 OCB hmitt
Realty 2 -6505
MARA 20N Mod e
Park, 24th St. Furd, on cl
wj Ot5er n .
MARATHON
Single Family Home
0 7 35ard,
MARATHON WATER-
FRONT Lg. 2400 sq ft.'
sneew ap j Op/umo
F/L/S, Ed, 743-6332
MM 100.52/2 w/ slee P
92 5 ti O .,5/5
305-394-3275
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house. Free washdre
for res1.$557138

Pinde. Stanlss Seel
2 yrds. use. Ony$18000
each. 305-1653-362


MARATHON .



MARATHON EFFY
174 26th St., Ocean,
Water incl. $595/mo
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MARATHON
Large effcy incl water
$700 to move in.
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on canal, wdock &pol.
$900 mo `incl water.




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$1575/moe, new api.,

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Unfurn. 391s S. -


WATERFRONT Lg 1BR
furn apt, incl boat slip.
$900 mo + half elec &
half water. Must see.
305-743-3478
1 BR apt Key Largo
summer rental 6/1 to
11/1. Furn.,110 pets or
smoking.$800mo.iricl.
util. 305-453-0039.

tt eTorch 28
furn effcy, A/C, long term.
Incl. util. Sec. dep. req.
305-872-4042
740 Room mateS -
Rooms for Rent
Ex. Prof. baseball play-
er in need of host family.
Work for swap.
910-352-8645-
750
Vacation Rentals
A FLOATING Vacation
Marathon waterfront
floating studio. Dockage,
boat ramp. From
$250/wk. 305-289-0800
Affordable Rates
Daily-Weekly-Monthly
Luxury Vacation Villas
Key Largo to Key West
Call 305-853-5000
keyscaribbean.com
ISLAMORADA
Downtown, beautiful 2/2
stilt home. Monthly or
weekly. Boat ramp. Avail
now. 305-773-3950
Ocean Front Condo
week/month 2BR, 2BA,
sandy bch, heated jbool,
tiki. KCB/Marathon. Max
4 people. 305-743-9888
790 BusineSS
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
houselstorage Unit
500 sf $400/rgo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trial Rd. 305-522-5841
Commercial Store
frontage for lease.
Approx.500 sq. ft on
US1, MM 82 oceanside.
305-664-3662.
COMMERCIAL WARE-
HOUSE SPACE, rox
800 sq. ft. 10701 6TpAve
Gulf, Mthn.743-5438

HEART of MARATHON
Office or Retail, 1000 sq
ft. next to Publix, the new
Walgreen's & Marina.
Cali l-561-743-3745
MARATHON-
AFFORDABLE Ideal
location Overlooking US
1. Prof Office. wl270 sq ft.
Avail Immediately! Terms
negotiable 305-743-6088


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1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
Marathon Boat House .
Marina on Vaca Qut, MM
54. Dry/wet slips avail.
monthly or annual. Great
prices! 305-289-0064
MARATHON
Live Aboard Dockage
Avail. Hurricane Proof!
$725/moutilincluded.
Call Jim 305-393-1999

O BN Eh
Marina, 50' x 18',
$550/mo -+- 50 amp elec.
508-641-1512
Marathon-Live Aboard
Slips, Coco Plum Bch.
14.5 beam, $450mo +
elec. Yrly Ise, 2 free mo!
289-6505 CBSchmitt RE
MM90 DEEP WATER
Dockage, up to 60 ft. 50
amp service, $500/mo.
772-546-5855
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731-3386
SUMMER ROLLBACK
PRICES! Slips @$13.50
ft, per month. Sombrero
Dockside 305-743-0000.
Ask for Roy
SUMMER SPEQlALS!!
LIVEABOARD BOAT
SLIPS $450/mo. Mrthn.
Bqat storage available.
305-304-3610
Wet 40' Boat Slip at Boat
House Marina. Great loc!.
EZ Ocn & Gulf acc; ownr
financing 860-307-4807
or boathouse27(alaol.com
1190
MISCellaneOUS
AA Dave buys permits
So Atl Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf reef, K/Mack, shark,
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hours! 904-262-2869
100

AII types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
LinePkg.Manyother
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
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teed A dnno rn-
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321-784-
5982 or 321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
Boatstorage & haul
outs. 80 ton 28' w/travel
lift. Do it yourself or we do
it boat yard. Fuel allow-
o n
Lower Keys. Call for
Lowest prices & details.
305-852-2025. www.
boatsandtires.com
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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ATLANTIC Cl NJ
Vu A 06N PnAC GE r
up to4 peopKle (1br & pull-
out couch) en, poo,
TE R LK
nextto Sands & Trump
hotels! 305-395-0213 -

RV LOT RENT
MARATHON OCEAN.
FRONT PARK
$600.'mo 305-731-5042


REAL ESTATE SALES

810
HOMOS (Or Sale
A Sellers, List for as
Iow as 1.5% Buyers get
up to $5000 rebate.
keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
Long Key 2/2 CBS, 936
sf, deep water canal, new
A.C. Priced below appr.
value, $374K. Samuel C.
9M60nt570me94RE -66
NEED A HOME? Handy
with tools? Finish remod-
eling 52' houseboat. Low
ren $36 m 8


810
Homes for Sale
PET FRIENDLY!!
Probably the nicest
Mobile Home in the Keys.
Recent $100K up-grade.
Maybe the best deal in
the Keys. 100 yds from
your own priv. bch. .
Located in secure, well
kept property. With this
purchase you become a
part owner in 10 acres of
Ocean Front Property.
2 bd, 2 bth, plus nice
work-shop. Beautiful priv.
yard w/ jacuzzi. Asking
$188K. Tom 849-7705
812 Mobile Homes.
for Sale
MARATHON KEYS RV
#69E. 28' trailer. Excel-
lent cond. Only $3500!
Lot rent $600/mo. Move
In Now, 305-731-5042
MM 95.3 Bayside Nice
1/1, 31' trailer w/12 xi8
FI. rm.,2A/C's, furn., 25
steps to bay. Sale price
$95,000, lot rent $665
mo. inchwater& garbage.
678-467-0669 or
852-8285
33 ft PROWLER I'RL
101 11th St. Ocean
Breeze Park West. $6K
941-809-0594 or
941-756-0213 MM 47
825 Cond0 -
Duplex for Sale
KEY COLONY BEACH
312. One half duplex,
10th St. Built in 2000.
Call 1-888-686-2286
)

Key Largo, by owner,
1/1, 1stfl., hndcp friendly,
tile, new appliances,
clean & classy. Now
1s Kn72b4 21 m320.


n
080 Lots Acreage
for Sale
DEEP WATER-15'-
wl50' DOCK-wllot,
mouth of the cut, 2 swim-
ming pools, brick paved
roads, located on island.
Stunning view.
Carrabelle FL. $250K
850-370-6224
MARATHON Stirrup
Key, gated, 200 ft
Concrete Seawall, 5'
MLW, Ready to Build!
$440k obo772-284-5678
.
890 BusineSS
Property for Sale
Restaurant for Lease
with or without new
equipment. Excelent
location for Cuban or
American quizine. Call
Iv msq......305 898 4908

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Power Boats
15' HOBI SKlFF
50 Ib Suzuki 4 stroke,
alum trailer. $3000 obo.
305-744-8888
29' Welicraft Coastal
'06, Twin 250's, all
options, in water to see.
Reducedfrom$145Kto
$127K. 305-498-3691 or ,
305-498-3345.
CREST PONTOONS
Ever wonder where
all the Crest Pontoons
came from? Ft. Myers.
dall 800.955.7543
1160
Sail boatS
22' SAILBOAT, 3 Sails,
New Mast, w/ lights, Sail
cover and Bimini'
ReaOdy Sa !3$2000





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