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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Publication Date: May 20, 2009
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WENSAMY 0 09ICNTNS@20 KYOE ULSHN O OL 6 O 0I W ESE.CMI2 ET


BOOt Key hornets?
One of Boot Key's
three landowners pitches a
plan for 10 luxury homes
on the isolated Middle
Keys island. See story,
Page 9.
Sewer tax possible
Sa n i Rs o eKeys
voters to decide for them-
selves whether to impose
a dedicated 1-cent sales
tax for sew er construction.
See story..Page 2.

3-day weekend
Expect the hordes for
the three-dal Memorial
Day weekend. See story,
Page 2.


Prison


for gator

] F
k.1 2.

Goll's.probation
Violations too
much for judge
By RYAN IVicCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Sentenced to six months in jail
KENZiE and five years of probation in
2007, admitted alligator killer
KeY Timothy Goll has managed to
thon parlay that sentence -through
from multiple probation violations -
d bY intoathree-yearstateprisonterm.
However, due to time already
served, he. will actually spend
just under two years in a main-
us:
The 21-year-old Marathon
resident was originally sentenced
in September 2007 for clubbing a
projected alliator to death at the
in what Blue Hole on Big Pine March,
s race. 24, 2006, then barbecuing it m
atically Marathon. Goll was 19 at the
ommis- time of his sentencing.
6 when Goll was arrested for violating
and Don probation in April 2008, and
the bal- again on March 24 this year. Of
ed term his many violations, prosecutors
en-Gov. found the most egregious to be
Gennaro testing positive for cocaine, mar-
st so it ijuana and benzodiazepine in a
Feb. 6 drug test required through
ICE / 4 his probation.
Benzodiazepine is commonly
prescribed type of tranquilizer or
-1:::4Mderofrevocadon
of probation, Circuit Court Judge
ing with David Audlin sentenced Goll to
e the 36 months in state prison, with
g began credit for time served.
Weather Other violations in the order
Hovorka include failure to pay a $50 per
rainfall month supervision fee, lying
about doing drugs while on pro-
national nation, being delinquent with


ULTRA SPEED: Runners (from left) Josef Romap, Terence White and Zack Harden of
West, Richard Black of Tavernier, Justin Hamilton of Key West and Martin Sykut of Mara
approach the finish line of the Yeys Ultra 100-Mile Relay on Saturday. The team ran
Key Largo to Key West in 10 hours, 42 minutes, 8 seconds to break the course recor
more than an hour. See story, Page 15.



I VS. MO F10

FOTITT0f COIllmiSSIOner running against Di Gennaro


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Monday's rainstorms
were nothing compared to a
hurricane, the season for
"WhF aalwre k and a
to know to be prepared in
our special preparedness
guide, coming in your
Keynoter on Saturday.


By RYAN McCARTHY


made at any, particular point in
time; it's a thought process
because it's an important decision
for the county," Rice said.
Both Di Gennaro and Rice are
Republicans. The Republican pri-
mary is scheduled for Aug. 24,
2010.
Rice resigned from the County
Commission in July 2006 to run
for state representative. He won
the GOP primary but lost the.gen-
eral election by a wide margin to


Democrat Ron Saunders
many saw as a contentious
Di Gennaro was autom
elected to the District 4 c
sion seat in summer 200
challengers John Bartus
Vasil failed to qualify for
lot. Although the elect
started that November, th
Jeb Bush appointed Di
to the seat that Augu


Former Monroe County
Commissioner Dal id Rice said
Tuesday afternoon that he intends
to tr\ to reclaim his former
Distrier -4 commission seat, now
held bi Mario DI Gennaro.
"I'Le been giving it a fair
amount of thought and recently
decided I would make this move.
These are decisions that aren't


See Ri


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Crossword . . . . .11
Fishing ................17
Uving . . . . . . . . .I3
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By SEAN KINNEY


the Keys, which are deal:


AIN / 4


well fields, says Florida Keys worst since record keeping
Aqueduct Authority spokes- in 1932. National
woman Colleen Tagle. The South Service forecaster Wes
Florida Water Management dis- reported the following
* trict "hasn't eased on restric- amounts:
tions." + Key West Inter
The storms Monday night
brought welcome rain throughout See
R


Don't let Mondal's rain-
storms fool \ou there's still no
relief from South Florida's
drought.
--It's going to take quite a bit
of rain to get us back" to sustain-
able w arer le

See GOLL / 5


FOR


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MOnday s ramns just a tease








_ _


Keys briefs

Vacationer charged
With sexual battery

A Riverview. Fla.. man
n as charged Sunday with
sexual. batters for alleged[\
assaulting a Largo woman at
The Inn at Key West, a North
Roosevell Boulevard hotel.
Hubert "Le.x" Brow n, 27.
is accused of molesting the
20-year-old woman Sunday
mornme m one of the hotel
rooms
She told police she woke
up "because she felt pres-
sure" and when she did, she
saw Brown naked above her.
She ran our and looked for
her fnend, saying Brown
"touched her."
Police later found Brown
in another room He reponed-
ly said he and the girls had
been-parrying"together.



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

. mrnam .

Deputy Editor Margaret
Menge with Earl Duncan,
founder of Duncan Auto -
Sales in Key West, on the
state of the local and
national auto industries.
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By RYAN McCARTHY *
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

It's a case of pay me now or
pay me later.
That's how some see a pro-
posed a 1-cent sales tax long
advocated by .Monroe County
Mayor George Neugent to help
fund Keys sewer projects.
Faced with a 2009-10 budget
in which there was no room for
extras, the state Legislature
declined to move forward this
past session on a promised $200
million bond for Keys sewers. It
was to be $50 million each year
starting this year, split among all
sewer authorities.
Neugent says the proposed 1-
cent sales tax is the county's last
resort to create more funding for
sewers, or else residents will be
facing exorbitant monthly sewer
bills and initial hookup costs. .
"That's just unacceptable and
we can't push, that. This is our
proposal and [state Rep. Ron
Saunders] has agreed to introduce
it in the next session, that hap-
peps," he said.
Saunders, who has long resis-


Keynoter


PREDICTEDTEMPERATURES


2Wednesday, May 20, 2009


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By KEVIN WADLOW


at the end of .the weekend. No
similar problems are have been
reported since.
. In 2008, gasoline prices were
climbing toward $4 a gallon on
Memorial Day.-Prices have been
rising in recent weeks because of
seasonal demand, but remain
about 40 lower than last year, the
Miami Herald reported.
"Gas prices made it difficult
for a lot of people to travel," said
Greater Marathon Chamber of
Commerce President -Daniel
Samess. "Now it's more afford-
able." -
Middle Keys resorts are report-
ing high demand for rooins, he
said, "although nobody has com-
pletely sold out" as of Tuesday.
"It's looking positive, which is
nice because we can definitely use
a good three-day weekend at this
time of year," Samess said. "We
can use the business, and our visi-
torshaveamcelongweekend."
Throughout the weekend,
local towing companies are
working with AAA Auto Club
South to provide free rides and
towing for motorists who spend
too much time at the tiki bar. Call
(800) AAA-HELP (222-4357).


More than two dozen traffic
accidents were reported last
Memorial Day weekend in
Monroe County.
"Our deputies will be out in
force concentrating on the Upper
Keys Friday aird Monday, and
spreading out everywhere else in
between," Herrin said.
Marine law-enforcement offi-
cers will again keep careful watch
at the Sandbar anchoring spot off
Whale Harbor in Islamorada.
Officers estimated more than
2,000 boats dropped anchor there
for Memorial Day 2008.
"There will be zero tolerance
for boating under the influence,"
Dube said.
The weekend marks the first
anniversary for the new Jewfish
Creek Bridge, which was opened
to traffic in May 2008 to help
alleviate delays caused by the
now-retired drawbridge.
The new arching bridge did
ease traffic flow coming into the
Keys, but temporary traffic pat-
terns caused by ongoing con-
struction near Jewfish Creek
snarled heavy northbound traffic


Sky-high gasoline prices did-
n't deter Memorial Day Weekend
crowds in 2008, so expect this
holiday weekend to be typically
hectic despite a slumping econo-
my, say Florida Keys officials.
"Weather permitting, we
expect the same large turnout for
Memorial Day weekend," said
Officer Bobby Dube, spokesman
for the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
"People may not be willing to
travel great distances because of
1;he economy, but there's proba-
bly, a lot of people in. South
Florida willing to come to the
Keys instead," he said.
"As .always, if the weather
means it looks beautiful on the
water for Memorial Dity week-
end, it could get ugly on the
roads said Deputy Becky
Herring from the Monroe County
Sheriffs Office.
Memorial Day weekend ranks
among the busiest weekends of
- the year for traffic in the Keys, she
said, and it may even top the list.


Forecast: Expect cloudY
skies with a chance of
rain and thunderstorms.



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language.and we'll run it by [the
state Department of Community
Affairs] and DEP and the [Gov.
Charlie Crist's] Cabinet staff,"
Saunders said. "There may be a
special session, but we'd like to
have it ready just in case and start
buildmg consensus in the com-
munity."
That includes an "education
campaign" in the Keys informing
voters why.they should consider
voting in favor of a new tax in a
struggling economy..
"I'm not too wild about the
penny. On the other hand, I don't
want to have exorbitant sewer
fees," Saunders said. "You'r
going to pay one way or the other.
Neugent says that historically,
the sales tax already m place has
produced up to $30 million innu-
ally per penny. He said in the cur-
rent economy, that figure has fall-
en to roughly $25 million. .
"There's already a formula in
place which distributes the appro-
priate amount based on popula-
tion to different mumcipalities
and unincorporated Monroe
County," Neugent said.


ted such a sales tax, seems to have
dome around --' provided it can
be part of a threefold bill present-
ed to the Legislature. That won't
happen until next year unless a
special session is called, smee the
2009 session ended last week. .
Saunders told the Keynoter the
bill would include "a reauthoriza-
tion of $200 million in bonds,
secondly that we get an ability for
[the state Departmentof Environ-
niental Protection] to give target-
ed extensions, because most peo-
ple aren't going to meet this 2010
deadline, [and] third would be the
1-penny tax I resisted because I
wanted it to be a last resort."
The Keys are under a state
mandate to have advanced waste-
viater treatment in place by July
2010 to replace septic tanks and
cesspits. *
- Saunders said he would not go
so far as to support a dedicated
sales tax created by the County
Commission as Neugent suggest-
ed. He prefers thatvoters decide
through a referendum.
"The next step is to get the


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wouldn't remain vacant for
months.
Contacted by the Keynoter
Tuesday, Di Gennaro said he's
"strongly considering"running in
2010.
Asked whether voters w6uld
consider his association with for-
mer commissioners Sonny McCoy
and Dixic Spehar the three
were. commonly known as the
Gang of Three in next year's
election, Di Gennaro said he's
concentrating on the job at hand.
"Rightnow I'm getting along
pretty well in this.county. The
people should judge me on the
job that I'm doing," he said. "I get
along pretty good with the public
and I'm doing some good things."


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considered hurricane season,
which runs from June 1 through
"That's when we quit getting
the troughs and fronts moving
through to replenish the dry air,
weae a oteaf deepmoist
and that means rain.
soura ger'ote:::t:'an's:
had the National Hurricane
Center considering sending a
hurricane hunter aircraft.
Water restrictions aren't going
anywhere anytime soon.
Odd-numbered addresses can
water only on Saturdays from
undnight to 10 a.m. and/or 4 p.m.
. to 11:59 p.m., while even-num-
bered addresses are the same
hours on Sundays. Irrigation with
100 percent reclaimed water is
exempt.
In addition to the water
restrictions, the FKAA is operat-
ing its desalination plant on
Stock Island on the weekends.
That will continue this week at a
cost of $9,000 per day in labor
and power. The plant produces
1.5 million gallons of freshwater
a day, which will help offset
some of the 17 million gallons
used in the Keys


State Park in Key Largo, 2 inches.
we"This is actually earlNfor the
Weather Service forecaster Bill
Cottrill. "But it is probably a
kicker for the wet season."
Generally, the wet season is


McCoy and Spehar both lost
in last August's Republican pri-
mary. They each served two four-
year terms. .
Rice, elected to the County
Commission in 2002, said he
won't consider hunself running
against Di Gennaro next year,
just that the two "will be running
for the same position."
"I did a different approach to
the job, I think. But I'm certainly
not in it to run against anyone.
Tm more than happy to put my
qualifications out there against
anyone," Rice said.
When he was on the commis-
sion, Rice had an ally in his close
friendGeorgeNeugentnowthe
mayor.
Rice said that if elected, he
would pay particular attention to
the county's finances.


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court costs and failing to com-
plete community service hours in
four separate months.
Goll has been in and out of
the county jail since 2007 on
the alligator poaching charge
and probation violations. He's
also been charged with driving
Under the influence and under-
age liquor possession -
charges he was arrested for
just three months after the
poaching incident.
According to Sheriff's
Office spokeswoman Becky
Herring, Goll has spent just
over a year in Mouroe County
jails on the violations. Not
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time Goll could earn, that
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tence left to
serve at the
state level.
Assistant
S t a t e
Attorney Val
Winter prose-
cuted the
Goll proba-
. GOLL tion viola-
tion. He said
Goll would remain, in the
county jail for up to two more
weeks while a "state prison
packet" including his final
Judgment and sentence is pre-
pared.
Big Pine Key resident
Jordan Milo received the, iden-
tical original sentence as Goll
for killing the gator in 2006.
Despite once showing up
drunk at the county jail while
returning from work release'
Milo completed his sentence


and has not violated probation
since.
Marathon native Theo
Derleth, who allegedly served
as a lookout during the gator
killing, was put into and suc-
cessfully completed a pretrial
intervention program, Winter
said. A fourth participant in
the crime was a minor at the
time.
Goll and Milo reportedly
lured the gator out of the
freshwater reserve using dead
birds, then shot the 6-foot -
female's eyeballs with a pellet
gun and beat it to death with a
baseball bat.


After being hit, Corsini's
motorcycle hit another motor-
cycle driven by his wife
Melissa, 44, who suffered
minor injuries, the newspaper
reported.
The Daily News says
Corsini was the deputy special
agent in charge of Immigra-
tion and Customs Enforce-
ment ill Miami.
Riol and his passenger,
Maria Gomez, 73, suffered
injuries.


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The free ride is over for anglers who didn't need a state
license to drop a line off Keys bridges and roadside hot spots.
- As part of a budget-balanting act, the Legislature approved
a $7.50 annual license for those anglers who previously paid
thin
no g.
A background report estimates the new license will affect as
many as 185,000 anglers once fully implemented. The new
rulestakeeffectAug..l.
Lawmakers also decided to up the ante for special stamps
required on regular saltwater licenses for snook and lobster.
Lobster stamps will increase $5 and snook stamps will cost
$10. Both have been priced at -a bargain basement $2
since 1989;
While some will carp about requiring a license at all, the
nominal $7.50 annual shoreline fishing fee is a bargain by any
measure.
Even more importantly, by the state taking the action now'
it will stave off an even more expensive federal registration
fee aimed at tracking recreational anglers across all 50 states.
Florida residents who use simple cane ]$ole gear can still
avoid the $7.50 annual fee if they limit shore fishing to their
home county.
Total revenue projected from the new shore fishing license
$900,000 -- is a drop in the bucket when measured against
the state's much larger budget woes.
An analysis of the state budget for 2009-10 shows lawinak-
ers raided just about every trust fund they could get their
hands on in order to avoid raising taxes, or tacking on even
more fees. .
By law, state spending can't run into the red. And with tax
revenues suffering an across-the-board decline, this year's
budget session had to count $5.3 billion in promised federal
bailout money just to close the gap.
But the federal money runs out in 2011, which makes
prospects for next year's birdget even more alarming. -
Senate budget chief J.D. Alexander is quoted m The Mtame
Herald as saying: "We saved \vhat we could, but if we wind
up with another $6 billion hole, there"s nothing we can do to
avoid more exits...."
After hiking cigarette taxes $1 per pack and nicking anglers
for at least $7.50, it appears the state is down to counting
spare change, hoping to squeak through the next 12 months.
Absent a significant increase in.smoking, it doesn't appear
Florida has enoughresident anglers to bail out next year's
budget.

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familiars (common dog). It would also seem
that iguanas are not herbivorous to the exclusion
of birds' eggs. Florida Atlantic University
appears to be actively engaged in iguana
research.
With the West Coast invasion of the black
spiny Mexican iguana and the Nile monitor
lizard, which are billed as really nasty, perhaps
it would behoove us to pay more attention to
this exploding population problem and how to
deal with it effectively.
Nancy Stone
Marathon


EDITOR-
I think many of us have noticed the growing
scarcity of the endangered burrowing bwl.
Having spent time searching the Internet for
information on the green iguana vs. the burrow-
ing owl, it would appear to me that while owls
may feast on igtiana hatchlings, th6 tables are
soon turned. There seems to be ample evidence
that iguanas invade owl burrows and may eat or
otherwise destroy the birds' eggs.
Outside of the occasional young iguana con-
sumed by an owl, the only other predators listed
are the yellow billed night heron and canis


4 The amounts of sick and vacation time pay-
out when an employee is leaving FKCC were
significantly reduced,
+ Before she took over, the employees
enjoyed a four-day work week during the sum-
mer that established ocuost sat i s ,ea well

as offering a nice benefit to employees during the
summer. As of the summer of 2008, all employs
ees were required to continue with the 37.5-hour
regular work week rather than the abbreviated
four-day summer schedule.
+ It is no secret that while some people are
fired, pushed out, forced into retirement or laid
off, other employees are "asked" to take over
these mdividuals' responsibilities without any
offering from the administrators to receive equal
pay for equal work compensation. In other
words, the remaining employees have their
workloads increased without any additional com-
pensation or added benefits.
President.Landesberg-Boyle's attorney-argued
recently that the housing allowance only replaces
a perk, which was pronused to her at the time
she taccepltled her ehlem sauM elto po ntd
tinually seen their "perks" disappear and their
benefits dwindle
Why, might I ask, is it OK for these people to
lose their "perks," yet when Landesberg-Boyle is
faced with a reduction in her compensation pack-
age through no fault of FKCC or the taxpayers,
she demands that it be replaced by the board?
Yury Rodriguez
Ifey


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EDITOR:
Florida Keys Community College President
Jill Landesberg-Boyle brings the board of
trustees to its knees, forcing them to give her a
$42,000 housing stipend a bailout, or like I
heard someone re o itda adse int t sae
housing allowance mentioned. Rather, this was
promised to her by the Rodel Foundation, not the
college or the taxpayers.
So while she fought to amend her contract
with a $42,000 perk, the college's employees get
to see their "perks" decreased and workloads
increased day by day.
In 2008-09, the college dovingraded the
employees' benefits substantially. Here is what
the employees had to undergo:
q + The health insurance was downgraded to a
plan that removed more than two dozen doctors
from the roster of physicians that accepted the new
plan, Which also required a rise in co-pays and
deductibles. The college estimated that the cost say-
ings could be it whooping $25,000 for six months.

Chew on this idea
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EDITOR.

M wo like to ongratulat Kar e2n5n s and
year in the restaurant business and to thank them,
their staff and the many volunteers who helped
make the recent National Pig Day celebration
such a resounding success.
As a result of their hard work and dedication,
they raised more than $21,000 to benefit the
Grace Jones Day Care Center in Marathon, a
very worthy and much-needed cause.
The generosity and caring of our business
community and our local and part-time residents
alike is what makes me proud to be a resident of
ethis great little city.
If I may, though, I would like to make a sug-
gestion for an addition to the wonderful breakfast
menu at the Stuffed Pig. They could call it the
Stimulus Special of the day name it the Pork
Belly Platter. It would consist of massive
amounts of food piled high on a large plate, and
before it's served to you; everybody in the
restaurant gets to take a bite out of it and you get
whatever is left (I'm not sure where the idea
came from, but it does have a familiar ring to it).
Dave Scott
Marathon


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inside, moaning that he couldn't
move and was burning up."
McGee went in, crawling, and
tried to get to Cohn, who was in
the kitchen, and "yelled to him to
crawl to my light, but he kept
repeating that he couldn't move,
so I grasped his ankle and
crawled backwards along the
floor, pulling him with me..."
As he got closer to the front
door, he yelled for Blasco and
anothei- witness, Lawrence
Edgerly, 37, to "get him, I could-
n't breathe any longer."
Blasco went in and dragged
Cohn partially out the front door,
then Edgerly helped l)1asco get
Cohn outside.
"Less than two minutes after I
pulled the victim from the kitchen
area, the kitchen and living room
area were fully engulfed in
flames," McGee wrote.
Firefighters from Stock
Island, Big Coppitt Key and
,Sugarloaf Key kept the blaze
confined to the one trailer,
Cohri was taken to Lower
Keys Medical Center, then to
Miami, with "critical" injuries.
He remained at Ryder Trauma
Center on Tuesday. McGee and
Blasco were treated for smoke
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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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Keyrloter Staff
A fire at a Stock Island trailer
Friday night that burned a 64-
year-old resident over 40 percent
of his body started when the vic-
tim fell asleep while smoking, the
county's fire marshal said
Tuesday.
"The trailer was a little park
model; they go up pretty quick-
ly," says Monroe County Fire
Marshal Wally Romero.
Two .deputies arid a nearby
witness are credited with saving
the man's life by pulling him
from the flames.
Here's what happened,
according to a report filed by
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
Deputy John McGee:
The fire was reported about
9:10 p.m. at 43E of Leo's Trailer
Park at 5236 Suncrest Road.
McGee was the first to arrive and
saw about a third of the trailer
was in flames. Another Leo's res-
ident, Tim Doyle, 44, was there
and told McGee that a man, who
turned out to be Dickford Cohn,
was trapped inside.
When McGee opened the
door, the blaze was making its
way from the back of the trailer
to the frorit. That's when Deputy
Luis Blasco arrived, and he and
McGee "could liear a male voice


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Florida Keys National Marine
Sanctuary since 1990; some off
Key Largo and Looe Key even
longer.
The new law, passed in the
closing days of the Florida
Legislature this month, applies to
state waters from Monroe
County through Martin County.
"Our system is the Keys has
worked well, and now it's the
model for the rest of the state,"
said Paul Johnson, president of
Reef Relief, based in Key West.
The new law says boaters
who damage coral through
grounditigs or careless anchoring
may face penalties of $150 to
$1,000 per square meter, depend-
ing on the severity of the dam-
age.
Fins can be increased for
reckless acts, repeat violators or
those who damage resources in a
protected area or aquatic pre-


serve.
"We hope this discourages
people from putting their boat on
top of a reef. Ideally, it will never
have to be used," Saunders said.
"But if people do run aground
on coral, this at least sets out an
idea of what we can expect peo-
ple to pay for restoration."
First-time offenders who
cause less than a square meter of
damage may escape with a writ-
ten warning, the law says.
The bill defines a coral reef,
and authorizes the state
Department of Environmental
Protection to reach a settlement
agreement with violators to fund
restoration.
Such agreements have been
used by sanctuary staff to speed
restoration at Keys grounding
sites.
The new law "technically
does apply to Monroe County,"
said Kent Edwards, a state DEP
staffer who serves as Lower
Keys regional manager for the
Keys sanctuary.
The sanctuary system."has
been very effective in protecting
our resources, but this law is
important to have on the books
8, different level of protec-
A provision in Saunders' bill
stipulates that the state law is not
intended to interfere with the
current federal and state manage-
ment of the Keys sanctuary.
The coral protections were
rolled mto adlar er bill that will
"Coral reefs take millennia to
form but can be physically
destroyed and degraded by care-
less boaters not familiar with
their presence," Johnson said.
The bill is particularly signifi-
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State Rep. Ron Saunders of
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supplenient to a bill he authored
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Homes planned for Boot Key


The Marathon Planning
Commission seemed suspicious
at best Monday night about a 10-
home Boot Key development
proposal City Attorney Jimmy
Morales intimated is likely to
never get off the ground.
Barry Yampol owns 99 per-
cent more than 1,000 acres -
of the island off Marathon.
Morales told the commission at
its regular meeting that the pro-
posal is more or less an attempt
by. Yampol to determine what
buildout is possible on Boot Key.
"Most people are well aware
the city ... has been assessing
varying options. One of them is to
purchase the island from the
existing owners," Morales said.
"In the discussions we've been
having with them, it was difficult
to get to a particular purchase
price without knowing what the
development rights could be. This
is a collaborative effort between
the,1and owner and staff to deter-
mine ... reasonable entitlement."
But Morales also told the
planning commissioners- that
Yampol would face years worth
of permitting and other issues
before ever building, if indeed
that's what he plans.
"There's alot of conditions on
this. There's a lot of hoops and
federal and state permitting.
You're a long way from seeing
any development under this site
plan," he said.
The proposed development
consists of 10 single-family
homes (7,500 square feet each),
10 docks, a 2,500-square-foot
sewage treatment plant, 400-
square-foot desalinization plarit,
15,000-gallon water tank, 2,500-
square-foot environmental inter-
pretive center, an interpretive
trail/walkway and two monopoly
radio/communicatioatowers.
The majority of the develop-
ment is sited on the Atlantic
Ocean along the southeastern
portion of the island adjacent to
an existing road.
The city has been in negotia-
tions to buy the island since the
City'Council decided it won't pay
upward of $10 million" to refur-
bish the failing Boot Key Bridge,

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now in the locked-up position.
This past Dec. 5, the city host-
ed various state and federal offi-
cials in an attempt to.get them on


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4 The size and impact of the
homes,
A water source for five
planned fire hydrants.
Bosold had few answers,
repeatedly saying issues would
be addressed "at the time of per-
mitting." She requested and was'
granted a continuance to address
the commission's myriad con-
cerns.
A city-commissioned April
2008 appraisal of Boot Key val-
ued the island at $3.4 million
with bridge access and $1.47 mil-
lion without. Yampol's 1,017
acres, which predominantly con-
sist of mangroves and wetlands,
were valued at just $528,000 with
or without bridge access.
Boot Key has three property
owners, one of which, Keys
Radio Group owner Joe Nascone,
has sued the city alleging a taking
of his 9.57-acre commercial lot.
Nascone headquarters his busi-
ness on the island.


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right from its three owners for
preservation. -
Monday, planning commis-
sioners peppered Donna Bosold,
a land tise and planning represen-
tative for Yampol, with concerns
about various aspects of the hous-
ing plans. Staff and Bosold were
clear the site plan is conceptual
- but the commission- Wasn't
sold.
The commission would have
been the final vote on the site
plan, unless it was appealed to the
City Council.
Among the Planning -Com-
mission's concerns:
+ Flats surrounding the island
niake it difficult to access the
beachfront lots.
+ Significant flood threats on
the island.
+ The city's role in pitying for
the environmental interpretive
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By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Monroe County courts offi-
cials are looking at hanging large
pieces of art in the Freeman
Justice Center in Key West to
help court reporters hear and
transcribe proceedings.
The idea is that the artwork
will help absorb sound in the
larger courtrooms, addressing
complaints from local court
reporters that say they are having
trouble producing complete tran-
sci-ipts because they can't hear all
of the testimony or discussions
during proceedings.
Court Administrator Holly
Elomina told the Keynoter she is
working with the Honda Keys
Council of the Arts to acquire
some "loaner" art to hang in the
cditrtrooms "to see if that helps
muffle some of the sound."
Independent court reporter
Marty Leshaw, in a letter to
Elomina dated May 18, wrote
that hanging art is a "quick fix or
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June 2, 2009 at 10:00 A.M. in the Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas
Highway, Mile Marker 50, Marathon, Florida.regarding
AMENDMENTS TO THE 2010 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AND DISCUSSION REGARDING WORKING WATERFRONT

and any other matter which may come before the Board. The purpose of the meeting
is for discussion between the Board of County Commissioners regarding working
waterfront and adoption of amendments to the 2010 Comprehensive Plan. The public
. is further advised that some or all of the members of municipal governing bodies and
special district Board members and or Committees may attend the meeting to discuss
these issues.

Any other subjects which may lie added to the special meeting will be subject to the
customary rules regarding action/speakers allowed, and no action/no speakers. 'The
public should check the County website regularly to see if any agenda items are added,
and if they do not pertain to potential legislation and are noted as workshop items,
speakers will not be allowed. If action items are added to the special meeting-agenda,
speakers .will be allowed on those items.
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Dated at Key West, Florida this 14th day of May, 2009.

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large that acoustical measure-
ments and calculations should be
done by experts," Leshaw wrote.
"What situation could be worse
for court reporters to not be able
to provide a transcript because of
inability to understand the spo-
ken words?"
Asked if acoustics were taken
into account in the design of the
$17 million building, which
opened in November after more
than a dozen years of planning
and construction, Elomina said,
"I don't believe they were."
- .She added that "acoustical
engineers are expensive to hire"
and art is "a more cost-effective
solution."
"When this courtroom was
built and designed, we were mov-
. ing toward more digital court
reporting," Elomina said. In fact,
courtrooms on the second floor
don't even have space for court
reporters.
- Some types of cases, like civil
and .family are statutorily
required to be transcribed, while
things like drug and traffic court
reqxhire only digital recordings.
Another aspect of court
reporters not being able to pro-
duce transcripts is the appellate
right of any plaintiff or defen-
dant. Appellate courts rely strict-
ly on paperwork and transcripts
to pada dopin usa reaHix take
place and not come back to bite
us in the back," Leshaw wrote.
None of the judges have
complained to me at this point,"
Elomina said.
As for whether large art pieces
will actually improve acoustics,
she said, "I hope so."
Chief Jud ge Luis Garcia did-
n't return a call for comment.





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Kimball-Murley said she hopes.
to bring in experts to host com-
munity forums where residents
can be educated and provided an
opportunity to offer their sug-
gestions.
Another component of
Kimball-Murley's plan includes
a look at how Key Westers can
minimize their .impact on cli-
mate change.
Recently, Key West Mayor
Morgan McPherson elaborated
on an idea to convert Mount
Trashmore, a waste collection
substation and closed landfill on
Stock Island, into a tropical rain-
forest capable of making Key
West carbon neutral.
He envisions that project cre-
ating ancillary industries -
botanically derived plant sup-
pleinent processing and cancer
research, for instance.
Jody Smith Williams, vice
president of the environmental
advocacy group Green Living
and Energy Education, praised
Kimball-Murley's efforts and
McPherson's plan.
In early 2008, she prepared a
report for the city titled
"Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Inventory Report."
Through computer analysis,
Williams concluded that from
the use of electricity, propane,
diesel, gasoline, landfill gas and
carbon dioxide for residential,
commercial and transportation
uses, Key West produced
399,593 tons of carbon dioxide-
eq'uivalent material in fiscal year
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By SEAN KINNEY


As Key West officials update
the city's comprehensive plan,
there may be an increased
emphasis on sustainability.
Planning Director Amy
Kimball-Murley, who returned
to the Keys earlier this month
from an American Planning
Conference in Minneapolis,
says the overall planning trend
seems to be toward connectivity
and green building practices. .
"We're really doing a lot
right," Kimball-Murley said,
noting that meeting with other
planners from around the coun-
try helped her put the Key West
dynamic into perspective.
The .comprehensive plan,
penned in 1993, guides land use
and development and requires
step-by-step approval from the
state Department of Community
Affairs.
kimball-Murley envisions
one component of the redrawn
document to include what she
dubbed a "connectivity plan."
The idea is to increase pedestrian
and bicycle access to historic
areas, green spaces and commer-
cial corridors throughout the city.
"We don't have urban sprawl.
You don't have to drive any-
where," she said with a laugh,
"unless you want to go to the
mall. Everyone wants to come to
Key West. It's a great, livable
community. So how do we con-
nect different parts of the city?"
She wasn't asking a rhetori-
cal question.
This thought process is in an
early stage of development, and


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Weeds have been growing up
the white picket fence at the edge
of the small front yardstand the
property taxes for last year
remain unpaid.
The eight homes in The
Meadows, one of the loveliest
neighborhoodsinKeyWestonce
had a price tag of about $1.7 mil-
lion. But at the current price of
about $999,000 (for the least
expensive one), they're still not
selling.
'I'he two-story Conch-style
homes were built by Bob Tracy, a
Texas banker who came to Key


West in the '90s. They're now in
foreclosure, victims of high
hopes and bad timing.
The homes were built starting
in the spring of 2006, when the
average selling price of a house in
the Keys was $846,000. They
were completed last summer,
when real estate values nation-
wide were already in serious
decline. The average selling price
of a home in the Florida Keys has
dropped by almost half in the last
three years, to $495,000.
Of the eight homes owned by
The Meadows LLC, only one
is now occupied. All eight are


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percent at the end of2007.
The FDIC now considers 252
U.S. banks troubled, and the Wall
Street Journal quoted South
Florida banking analyst Kenneth
Thomas last week as saying that
number could soon rise to about
300, with about 10 percent of
those in Florida. Thomas told the
Wall Street Journal that banking
regulators may have held offelos-
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co-owner Leah Renier
and manager Cheryle
Truhan are ready to get
you into shape.

Stay Fit Studio
804 White St.
Key West
It's been more than a lear
since a fire forced a change

s:
St., is continuing to expand
its offerings
The gym now a full menu
of cardiovascular and
strength-training classes
taught by nationally certified
fitness instructors and per-
sonal trainers.
A new tae knon do class
is led by Lucas Gonzalez.
On Monday. Wednesday and
Saturda_1 at 3:15 p.m
Gonzalesteacheskids There
are also adult classes at
10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on
Alonday and Wednesday.
Stay Fit Studio also has
loga. Plates, core strength
and spinning classes for all
skill levels. A full schedule is
available at www.stayfit
studiokeywest.com.

ple I enu. uar2eC
strength training. The goal m
our studio is to help people
work to their own level,"
says Leah Renier.one of
four co-ow ners.
Monthly memberships are
available for $99 and include
unlimited access to classes
The charge for a single class
is 515 The summer special
is three.months for 589 per
month,
Stay Fu Studio is open
seven days a week. with the
earliest classes starting at
6-15 a.m. and the latest
beginning at 6:30 p.m. The
gyni can be reached oniane
or by phone at 294-0693.


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Dream homes m foreclosure


for sale.
The eight large white houses
take up a full block between
Eisenhower Drive and Pearl
Street. Four face Pine Street, and
four are on Petronia Street, with a
red-bricked drive running
between the backwards.
The homes are all two- and
three-bedroomsingle-familyresi-
dences with wood floors and
small pools in back.
And they are all, according to
a person familiar with the proper-
ty, now in foreclosure a
"friendly foreclosure" where the
lender, TIB Bank of the Keys,
will very likely soon take them
back and try to sell them itself.


Keynoter Staff -


amount of capital reqilired by
regulators. Bids were originally
due to the FDIC last week, but
that deadline was extended to
yesterday.
The Miami Herald reports that
there are thought to be at least
three bidders: TD Bank of Cherry
Hill, N.J., which already has 30
offices in Florida, together with
Goldman Sachs, the New York-
based investment-banking firm; a
group led by John Kanas, former
chairman and chief executive of
North Fork Bancorp and advisor
to WL Ross & Co.; and J.C.
Flowers & Co., a New York
investment firm run by billionaire
J. Christopher Flowers.


The Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. announced on
May 8 thatit is opening an office
in Jacksonville with space for
500. temporary staff people. A
spokesperson for the FDIC said
the office is being established to
"manage receiverships and toliq-
uidate assets from failed financial
institutions primarily located in
the eastern states." '
Florida banks have been hit
hard by the collapse of the real
estate bubble.
More than 5 percent of loans
made by Florida banks were
either delinquent or not accruing


Keys Business


Wrm ns ,Ma 0 09


Keys briefs-


BB&T Corp. passes-
government stress test
- BB&T Corp.'s capital
levels exceed the govern-
ment's minimum stress test
requirements, according to
a report issued by federal
regulatory agencies earlier
this month. Results of the
stress test revealed that
BB&T 11as one of nine
large financial institutions
sufficiently capitalized
under a "more adverse
macroeconomic scenano
projecting a prolonged and
deepenmg recession.
"Our capital levels have
remained strong through-

rtnth o edowno
lend to creditworthy bor-
rowers in our markets
with loan origination;
exceeding $6 billion per
month," said Kelly King.
the bank's chief executive
officer.
BB&T is the nation's
llth largest financial hold-
mg company, operating
more than 1.500 branches
in 11 states.
TherearethreeBB&T
branches in the Keys, one
each in Key West,
Marathon and Tavernier.

Lower Keys chamber
meeting at Boondocks

Boondocks on Ramrod

Kol rin n tof
Commerce general mem-
bership meeting on May 27
from 6-8 p.m. The menu-
will include stuffed chick-
en breast rolled with ham
and Swiss cheese and also
baked manicotti. Monroe
County Mayor George
Neugent w111 be the fea-
tured speaker, and will
hear concerns regarding
the sign ordinance and
short-rerm vacation rentals.
The cost is 515. Call the
Chamber at 872-2411 or e-
mail Ikchamber@aol.com
no later than 3 p.m. on
May 26 to reserve a space.


30 more Florida banks troubled





Wednesday, May 20, 2009
KEYNOTER


Keys briefs


Interfaith service
set for Friday

The Interfaith Ministerial
Alliance of .Key West has a
community interfaith service
of diversity, love and urut) on
Fnday fam 3:30 to 6 p m. at
Bethel AME Church. Truman
At enue at Thomas Street.
"We all know that we are
a very special and spiritual
community." says interfaith
Ithnisterial Alhance President
Rev. Randolph Becker. "but
we too often take those val-
ues for granted.
Individual congregallons
in town are limited to bnng
their banners of identity-or
celebration "to make visibl?
the complex connections of
our many faith.

Health classes
offered to seniors

The Flonda Keys Area
Health Education Center has
added new Enhance Fitness
classes and Living Health.\
workshops geared to adults
age 55 and older.
Enhance Fitness incorpo-
rates strength framing, flexi-
bility, balance. Iow-impact -
aerobles and cardiovascular
conditionmg in an atmos-
phere specially tailored for
older adults. Classes are one
hour and run for 16 weeks.
They 're offered in Key
West. Cudjoe Key. Big Pine
Key, Marathon. Key Colony
Beach and Islamorada. They
range from no cost to $25
per month.
Living Healthy work-
shops are geared to older
adults. They teacher how to
live your best life, learn ber-
ter nutrition and exercise
choices and learn how to talk
with doctors and fanuly
about your health.
They're offered in
Tavernier and in Marathon,
and are free.
For specific days, times .
and locations for all sessions.
call 743-7111 Ext. 206 or
send an e-mail to aging@
fkahec.org.


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Fort Zach gets a face lift


A $2 million renovation is
nearly complete at Fort Zachary
Taylor State Park in Key West,
but officials are unsure if a need-
ed $250,000 in funding will come
through.
The work, started in early
2008, is taking place in the fort's
barracks. Specifically, the con-
crete roof was put on in the 1940s
and is being replaced because the
weight of the concrete was caus-
ing the walls to bow out.
Park Manager David Foster
said that in 2006, when the proj-
ect was outlined, officials gave
the struggling barracks about five
years before collapse.
"They wanted to come up with
a plan that would allow the fort to
last lodger. The idea is to make it
last as long as it can," says Foster,
who moved to Fort Taylor from
Blde Springs State Park in
January. "The new roof reflects
the period. It will look like what
the fort looked like when it was in
use. And it will last."
The fort was constructed
beginning in 1845. The original
building, now just one story, \vas
three stories high and housed
around 600 men.
The first floor, which is the
only one left intact, housed mess
halls, kitchens and other opera-
tional type services. The second
floor housed enlisted men while
the third floor was reserved for
officers.
= Work crews from Contracting
Specialists Inc., based in Boston
and Fort Lauderdale, are about 85
percent done renovating the roof.
The whole project could be
finished in June if park officials
are able to secure the $250,000
needed. "We just need that last
little bit to complete the build-
ing," Foster said.
Funding so far has come from
the Florida Park Service and the
state Division of Historical
Resources.
Once the barracks renovation
is complete, Foster said he hopes
to reintegrate that part of the fort,
closed since the early 2000s, into
guided tours led by park rangers.
"It's a very important project
and one that has needed to be


done for a while."
Foster said the state park sys-
tem is seeing a boon in Visitors
this year, which he attributes to
the recession economy visitors
are spending more time at less-
expensive destinations. He said
that statewide, Florida state parks
are on pace to break a record set
last year of 21 million visitors.
"In tough economic times,
people can't isfford to do those
Disney-type things., People are
exploring their backwards. It's a
good deal and people recognize
that.It shows people are showing
an interest in their state and their
historical and cultural resources."
Fort Zachary Taylor State
Park, adjacent to the Truman
Waterfront at the end of Southard
Street, is open from 8 a.m. until
sunset every day. Admission is
$1.50 for people walking or bik-
ing and $3.50 for one person in a
vehicle, $6 for two people in a
vehicle and 50 ceilts for each
additional person.
* More information is available
at www.fortzacharylaylor.com.


Keynoter photos by SEAN KINNEY
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park manager David Foster (above)
points out the progress made by crews replacing the
crumbling concrete roof of the barracks with a new, yet histor-
ically accurate, tongue-and-groove wooden roof. Workers
from Contracting Specialists Inc.(top) have completed nearly
85 percent of the new roof; the older concrete roof is seen next
to the new wooden roof.


Keys Living





Keysbriefs FOOtball

Rain doesn't .
dampen Grand Prix
Do Ip h ms


M


40 players
are traveling
*
to Chanunade
By RYAN McCARHTY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon High School
football team travels to
Hollywood Thursday for a spring
matchup with Chaminade
Madonna College Prep. .
Forty players out of the 53 that
begin spring practice three weeks
ago remain on the jumor- and
senior-laden Dolphins team.
Coach Lance Martm said the
squad is shaping up nicely, but
that weather could be an issub
Thursday.
"It might be raining on game
day," he said. "They hAve a turf
field, so that should help."


Chaminade plays on the
NexTurf artificial grass used by
many National League Football
teams.
Martin said his Dolphins, 6-4
last year, are set offensively, with
three-year starting quarterback
Nyran Ross at the helm and A.J.
Freeman and Jake Sjursen in the
backfield.
Martin's main concern at the
outset of practices was defense,
where the Dolphins graduated all
of their starting linebackers and
have questions in the secondary.
We have some really good
athletes and some are younger,
but a lot of equal ability kids out
there, which is it nice thing to
have," he said. "We'll play a lot
at linebacker."


the basics.
The Eagles also don't yet
have the pads and helmets
needed for full contact, so
spring practice will not close
with a jamboree scrimmage.
"If one of the other South
Florida teams wants to play a
flag game, we'd talk about
it," Hammon said.
Princeton Christian and
Miami Christian have signed
on to play six-man, and
Calusa Prep is mulling it
over, Hammon said.
ICS Athletic Director
Robert Lucas is working on a
schedule with other six-man
programs which are rela-
tively easy to find for those
willing to travel to Orlando
or Tampa Bay.
"We'll play a home-and-
away series with both


spring was finding the right
spots for the right people," said
new head coach Kelly Clark.
"We've made pretty good
progress but we'll be keeping it
basic Friday. It's about making
sure people know their assign-
inents and responsibilities, and
do the fundamentals."
Darius Kittles, not originally
seen as among the frontrunners
for quarterback, will get exten-
sive playing time behind center,
Coral Shores' most experi-
enced returning quarterback,
T.J. Sabalka, is doubtful for
action Friday while he recuper-
See HURRICANES / 16


An early mortung and
afternoon rainstorm appeared
onunous for the-seventh
annual Marathon Superboal
Grand Prix. but the races
went off w lthout a hitch
when the does final
clea around 2 p.m.

As promised. CBS Spor"
was in town to film the event
and it's tentatively scheduled
to air Oct. 3 at I p.m. The
national television exposure
should boost race attendance
in future years. Just 16 boats
registered to run in 10 differ-
ent possible classes.
Big Pine Key-based team
RumRunners won its
Manufacturer Production
Class Five race despite com-
tindjustoone lap before
RumRunners' / vo conipeti-
tors exceeded maxunum
speed linuts and were dis-
qualified.
For the complete story
and results. go to m
.KeysNet.comisports.

Minimal Regatta
setssailSunday

The vessels that will be
bobbing .- or blundering -
in Key West Harbor Sunday
afternoon bear little usem-
blance to the graceful
schooners, sleek yachts and
functional fishing boats
we's familiar w ith.
These are the vessels of
the Schooner Wharf Minimal
Regatta, and all they need do
is cross the finish line for
prizes and bragging right,
Some will make it while
others will come apan at the
seams trying to. It might not
be majestic, but it is funny.
Minimal ship-building
matenals are a sheer of ply-
wood, two 2x4s, a pound of
fasteners and a roll of duct
tape. Paint is optional.
Caulking and adhesives
aren't allowed.
For specifics, go to www
.Kyy.sNet.comisports. _


'3

Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Island Christian's Ma# Cavanagh hands off to Taylor
Russell as the Eagles spend spring practice preparing for
the school's first six-man football season.

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football Eagles
Starting with the
fundamentals
By KEVIN WADLOW
senior staff writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The process of turning
Island Christian athletes into
football players started at the
ground floor this month.
"We've got the athletes,
probably more than I thought
we'd have out here," said
coach Tony Hammon, lead-
ing the spring drills.
With fall soccer disappear-
ing as a state-sanctioned
sport, a number of smaller
schools have committed to
the six-man version of tackle
football, the Eagles included.
"We don't have a lot of
football experience yet,"
Hammon said. "We're doing


POt t vi it
. 110
fOf fOotball's
spring scrimmage
By KEVIN WADLOW
senior staff writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Not all the pieces have been
permanently bolted down for
the fall tour, but the 2009 edi-
tion of the Coral Shores football
Hurricanes takes its first test
run Friday.
The Hurricanes stay in
Tavernier.to host the Patriots of
Florida Christian at 7 p.m. in a
game-type scrimmage.
"Our goal going into the


See EAGLES / 16


C"W'Ve~ e idned yWay 20,2009


Keys' Sports & Outdoors


CRaleS get first





By.RICK MacKENZIE
Keynoter Contributor

Conquering heat, the clock and
39 other tqams from around the
country, an all-Keys all-star squad
of Martin Sykut, Richard Black,
Terence White, Zack Harden,
Josef Roman and Justin Hamilton
scored a convincing win in the
second annual* Keys Ultra 100-
Miler on Saturday.
The race, which benefits
prostate cancer research, started at
mile marker 101 and ran the
length of Overseas Highway
before finishing in Key West at


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Smothers Beach.
The six-man squad covered
the 100 miles in 10 hours, 42 min-
utes, 8 seconds to shatter the mark
established last year by an hour
and 16 minutes. They averaged
just under 6.5 minutes per mile
for the whole distance.
Sykut, 46, from Grassy Key,
who every season wins the masters
division in numerous Keys 5Ks,
led off the rehty with a 3-mile leg
and handed off in second place.
Black, 20, from Tavernier and
a graduate of Coral Shores High


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School, ran the team into the lead
and they were never behind from
there. ,
White, 39, the Key West High
School cross country coach;
Harden, 17, a junior and top cross
country runner at Key West High;
Roman, 18, a Conch senior who
took up running only two months
ago; and Hamilton, 14, a fresh-
man at Key West, kept widening
the lead as the race went on.
Up by 18 minutes at the Seven
Mile Bridge, they literally ran away
with the southem half of the race,
beating runner-up Florida Upper
Keys Runners by 41 minutes.
The event also included indi-
vidual ultramarathon races of 100
' miles; and 50 miles, which ran


from Marathon to Smathers.
The 100-miler was won by
Brian Krogmann in 16:31:10,
with Jennifer Vogel claiming the
women's crown in 19:10:33.
Joseph Ninke won the 50-
miler in 7:34:08, and Erin
Michelle Churchill won the
women's race in 8:39:50.


81 e 3 1phien sha dsne?
quarters in which younger play-
ers and backups will be on the
field.
The Dolphins begin their first
year in District 8-1A play next
season, .a downgrade from the
Class 2B competition Marathon's
faced in recent years.
The team joins Archbishop
Curley, Dade Christian, Florida
Christian, Hillel, IVIiami Country
Day, Palmer Trinity and
Westminster Christian in the new
district, which is determined by
student-body size.
Thursday's game is scheduled
to kick off at 4 p.til.


DOLP.HINS/From14

The Dolphins' kicking game
appears solid with returning
starter Matt DeFillips doing the
place kicking, with Ross as hold-
er and Tyler Roussin as the snap-
per. Ross will also handle punting
duties this season.
Martin said 'that for
Thursday's game against
Chaminade, tricks are likely to
stay up each team's sleeves.
' "They look pretty basic on
offense and we're going to be the
same. We're just trying to get
some kids some looks and see
how things mittch up," he said.


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HURRICANES / From 14

ates from shoulder surgery. If
Sabalka plays at all, .his time
will be limited, Clark said.,
Another quarterback con-
tender n ill not finish the spring
season with the squad for non-
injury reasons.
Quarterback is a key ques-
tion for the Canes, who lose
three-year starter Chris Rini to
duat
a'Eve through Darius does
not have a lot of time at quarter-
. back, he's done a nice job step
pmg in," Clark said. "He's a
good athlete who can get out of
trouble if things break down."
John Munshower, a .nevi-
comer to the Coral Shores pro-
gram, has shown potential at the
spot.
"He's got a lot of smarts and
picks things up quickly," Clark
said, "but it's asking a lot of a
young guy to step up to play
quarterback."
Defensively, standout line-
backer Courtney I)ixon will be






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Princeton and Miami
Christian, Lucas said. We'll
have to do some traveling but
we're hopeful that we can get a
couple Central Florida teams to
come down here."
League officials of the club
sport probably will pair the
Eagles strictly with other first-
year teams for the inaugural
season, Hammon said.
Island Christian played
football many years as an 11-
man sport, but the .student
numbers didn't add up for the
Eagles and many other private
academies and Christian
schools in South Florida. A
handful of injuries could leave
a squad without enough varsi-
ty-caliber phtyers to compete.
The Eagles switched to fall
soccer for boys more than a
decade ago..
About 12 to 14 players
have been turriing out for
spring football practice, said
Hammon. "In this game, a
dozen players are about all
you need," he said. "You get


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joined by veterans Matt Perry,
Mike Hampson and B.J.
Farinelli.
Freshman cornerback
Demand Scott has earned play-
ing time in the defensive back-
field with Kittles.
"We've lost a lot of guys to


graduation," said Clark, the
offensive coordinator last fall.
"It looks like we're about six to
10 players away from being a
pretty good team. We'll be
looking for them.''
The Canes were 2-8 Jast


too many guys and there's a
problem with playing time."
Hammon played six-man
football at Coral Shores
before the Hurricanes went to
11-man in the late-1960s.
When putting his squad in
position for passing drills,
Hammon emphasized that any
assignments "mean nothing,
nada."
But he said Matt Cavanagh
has shown enough skill to
challenge for the quarterback
spot, and it Will be difficult to
keep football-size players like
Christian Ledwith and Nick
-Panek off the field. Jon
Crucifer brings youth-league
football experience, while
Daniel Pratt and others have
shown skills that can be devel-
oped.
An Eagle Booster Club is
helping to raise funds needed
for football gear and expenses.
"The guys are extremely
excited about getting started,"
Hammon said, "It will be
interesting. It's a fun game to
watch. Everybody is eligible
to catch a pass, and there's a
lot of scoring."


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Keys briefs


Dolphintourneys
offer big rnoney
,
if it s summertime, it s
supreme dolphin fishing sea-
son it's when the sea tem-
peratures rise and bring in the
big fins, so your knes should
be lowered. You don't have
to enter a tournament to tar-,
get the mahi mahi, but if you
want to, here's a wide selec-
tion from which to choose.
More than $13.000 is
the reward for the winner of
the eighth annual Yamaha
Dolphin Masters Invitational,
scheduled for this Saturday
in waters around Key West.
The cash prize goes to the
angler scoring the highest
total combined weight of
three dolphin catches and is
based on participation by a
field of 25 boats
The Conch Republic
Seafood Co., 631 Greene St.,
is tournament headquarters.
Entry fee is 5750 per boat.
Call John Stuempfig at 304-
7674.
+ Just three fish am all
that's needed to capture the
525,000 winner-take-all
grand prize at the 10th annu-
al Islamorada Fishing Club's
Captain's Cup Dolphin
Tournament, set for June 3
and 4. The only catch is that
the aggregate weight of the
three dolphin must be the
highest in the tournament.
Only three fish per team
will be weighed. Enny fee is
$2.500 per two-angler boat.
Call 852-2102. .
The 16th annual
Original Florida Key s Ladies
Dolpbm Tournament hits the
waters of Key Largo on June
12 and 13. -
Those who enter by June
5 pay $100. After that, the
fee is 5125 (Junior lady
anglers pay $30).
Toumament events kick
off at 5 p.m. June 12 at the
Talernler Elks Club, mile
marker 92.5 bay side.
Cash prizes go to the top
three anglers. Proceeds from
the tourney benefit Key
Largo Rolar programs. Call
Sara Hamilton at (.305) 360-
7.727. .


.May 23 in Key West:
Yamoha Dolphin Masters

='h pa i od
lead the chase for a hefty
first prize. Call 304-7674.
June i to June s in
Islamorada: 34th annual
Don Hawley Invitational
Tarpon Tournament. The
world's best fly rod anglers
pursue the mighty silver
kings. Call 664-2444.
+ June 3 and 4--
Islamorada Fishing Club
Captain's Cup Dolphin
Tournament. A winner-
take-all tournament,
where the combined
weight of three dolphin
determines the winner.
Call 664-4735 or send an
e-mail to fishclub@bell
south.net.
4 June 10 to 12:
Women's Fly Series Tarpon,
islamorada. Call 6642444
or send an e-mail to
csasun@aol.com.
+ June 12 to 13: Island
Grill Blue Water Dolphin
Tournament, Islamorada.
Bbenefits Baptist Hospital's
Children's Cancer Center.
Call 664-8400 or send an
e-mail to keysislandgrill@
bellsouth.net.
June 12 to 14: Big
Pine & Lower Keys Dolphin
Tournament. Call 872-2411
or send an e-mail to
Ikchamber@aol.com.
June 14 to 19: Gold
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Islamorada. Call 664-2444
or send an e-mail to
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9 June 19 and 20: 23rd
annual Father's Day
.Dolphin Derby to benefit
Marathon High School
athletics. There are pro/
semi-pro and amateur
divisions awarding $5,000
and $2,500 grand prizes
respectively. Total awards
are in excess of $12,000
Entry fee is $175 per
an lor. Call Bi Time Bait
and Tackle at 289-0199 or
visit www.BigTime
Outfitters.com.
Tides are online
You can now find your
Florida Keys daily tides
online at www.keysnet
com/weather


NICE CATCH: Glenda Keach of Colony Beach, fishing off


And that means
the fishing gets
th Id
C MOSt wi

The worm run may be coming.
That's right, the annual worm run
along the wayside of the Keys
bridges may be happening as you
read this.
If so, you'll know by all of the
excitement of thrpon anglers as
well as a rush to the tackle store
to get the worm imitations with
which to fish.
You don't know what the
worm run is and why it's good for
tarpon anglers?
It's the am\ual spawn of a
.worm called the palolo. They live
in sponges that are all over
Florida Bay and release from
them once a year to spawn. The
key is that no one not even the
so-called experts can tell you
exactly when and where they will
release from the sponges. .
What we *do know is they
almost always do it following a full
moon around late May or June,
which is right now. They release
on a strong outgoing tide toward
the ocean, usually in the afternoon.
They are usually.no more than
an inch to an inch and a half long
and have orange bodies with
greenish heads. When they
release, they float to the surface
of the water and wiggle like mad
on their trip out to the ocean (no
big deal so far, right?).
Well, the reason tarpon anglers
are so interested in when they do
this is because it causes one of the
wildest natural phenomenons we
have here in the Keys.
The thing about these worms
is everything eats them and
when I say everything, I mean
everything.
I've had some that I put in my
bait well and the live shrimp were
beating each other up to get to
- them. Pinfish were doing- the
same, as were the crabs. I've seen
barracuda, sharks, snapper, bone-
fish, permit, grunts, cowfish,
needlefish, ballyhoo, pilchards
and of course tarpon slurpii1g
down as many as they could find.
What it apparently does to the
fish.is, well, gets them stoned or
drunk. I've experienced on more


than one
occas ion
tarpon
swimming
right into
the side of
the boat. I
have seen
species that
n or m ally
chase each
other
swimming
side by side
slur p in g
worms


casting has also done wonders.
The fish are so plentiful during the
run that you don't have to be too
accurate to hook up on one.
Then the fun really begins.
Like I said, these fish act like they
are toasted. You may have a tar-
pon do one of their patented gal-
lant jumps and right in the middle
of the air, it seems like they forgot
what they were doing and just
stop moving they hit the water
with all of the grace of a fat man
doing a belly flop.
. You wind up the line as you
back the boat toward the stB fish
on the surface of the water, think-
mg he just died or something.
Then just before you get there, he
remembers what he was domg
and off he goes again for another
run and jump. It's plam wdd.
As stated above, not even the
experts know exactly when and
where thq worm hatch wdl occur.
It usually does not happen at all
of the channels at the same time
or the same day. Most of the time'
only a small section of a bridge
will have the hatch going on,
although it is not uncommon for
several channels to have some-
thing happening the same day.

Capt. Dave Navarro owns the
World Class Angler in Marathon
and captains the charter boat
'Dave's Dream.


without much care in the world.
And while that's going on, it
brings all of these fish to the sur-
face where the worms are swim-
ming. It's a great opportunity to
sight cast to these fish.
They will eat a bait but if you
happen to have a worm fly, which
imitates the worm, your chances
of a hookup are greatly increased.
Over the years, we have devel-
oped a classic worm fly that
depicts the swimming action as
well as the coloration of the palo-
lo worm. This can be used as a fly
on a fly rod or with the addition
of a split shot up on the leader. It
can also be used on spinning
tackle easily.
Over the years, I've had great
luck just slow-trolling these worm
flies around the area and hooking
numerous fish. Drifting and blind


Keys -Fishng


WednesdayMaKy Od (0


The worm run gets


up


Dave Navarro





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No. 9622100

OTUHRTC
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
.CI UOTENAND R
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
CASE NO.:
4-09-CP-87-K
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALIUS JULIUS SVIKLA,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
'
The administration of the
Estate ofALIUS JULIUS
SVIKLA, Deceased,
Case No. 44-09-
CP-87-K, is pending in
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
name of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representa-
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forth below.
All interested persons are
r ireW fileN tHhRh s

14MOlMEHO8FFTRHOEM
FIRST publication of this
notice:
1 ec am gSa ns6tU
SVIKLA, Deceased, and
(2) any objection by an in-
ne e11aptersoin to whom
challenges the validity of
. the Will, the qualification
of the Personal Repre-
n tivetvenue or juris-

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F BARRED *
DATEDOT9HIS 8TH day of

As Personal
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E-MILE BANKS &
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ys r)Plaintiff,
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Bjr: L. NICOLE KINTOP
State Bar No. 1054883
sh May 16, 20, 23,
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No. 9852000
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SALE
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Marathon FL 33050 at
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No.9862900
IN THE CIRCUIT
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P BA E710 DOAN
File No. 2009-CP-035-M
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PHYLLIS T. MURPHY
Deceased.

NR DECORS
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Personal '
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P.O. Box 501122
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orn Peersonal
William N. DeVane, Jr.,
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DeVANE & DORL, P.A.
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No. 9887400
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
POSEIDON MARINE
TOWN vANND SAL--
Foreclosure of Lien and
tent to s 2t0h e v i-
am at 89170 OVER-
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Statutes. POSEIDON
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No. 9316900
IN THE CIRCUIT
ODIRTAOFC EUl6TTOF
FHORIDATIN D FOR
MONROE COUNTY

C N -397-K

MARRIAGE OF
ANTOINETTE
HOLLANDER,

ICHAEL LEE
RACOBSON,
spon .
NOTICE OF ACTION.
FOR PEMET NOFOR
MARRIAGE
TO: MICHAEL LEE
JACOBSON
6810 Front Street
glip #18 '
Key West, Florida 33040
YOU ARE NOTIFiED
thatan action has been
filed against you and that
you are required to serve
a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to iton
JASON R. SMITH
whose addressed is:
501 Whitehead Street
Suite Two, '
Key West, Florida 33040,
on or before June 5
2009, and file the original
with the clerk of this court
at: Monroe County Clerk
of Court, 500 Whitehead
Street, Key West, Florida

th
so a default auy be en_
tered againstyoufor the
rel demanded the

Copies of all cqurt docu-
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able at the Clei-k of the
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Estate of ALIUS JULIUS
SVIKLA, Deceased
Vitas J. Svikla .
22CarlstadtSt.
Worchester MA
Attorney for Personal -
RepAesLe a e
MILLIGAN
Attorney at Law
420 Fleming Street
P.O. Box 1367
Key West, FL
42 868785
I-BN: 0246948
Pu ishKI 1K3e 20, 2009

No.9821000
STATE OF WISCONSIN
RWTUKOEU UNTY
Case No-
H n hOo OR.
Cooper
Code No. 30301
GEICO GENERAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PATRICK D. HICKEY
and
SCOTT R. MORGAN,
Defendants-
AMENDED
PUBLICATION
SUMMONS
THE STATE OF
WISCONSIN
TO:
PATRICKD. HICKEY
You are notified that the
plaintiff named above
has filed a lawsuit or oth6
er legal action against
you.
thinfaoy 045)days
must respond with a writ-
ten demand for a copy of
th Cdo .sn e-
livered to the court,
whose address is Mil-
us e9CounohC n
Street, Milwaukee, Wis-
cosin 53233, and to
L. Nicole Kintop, plain-
t es a sol 0, eMaad-_
fa ad uite 2 0, Mil-
53226. You may have an
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the Circuit Cpurtfor Mon.
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Probate Division, the
address ofwhich is Mon-
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Courthouse, 3117
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Marathon, Florida
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710
HOmes for Rent
A BIG PINE KEY, 4 bd,
2.5 bth, almost new. on
canal, dbl lot. $1950/mo
Contact Al, Keys Wide
Realty 305-747-0768
A DUCK KEY ANNUAL
rental. Furn/unfum. Pris-
tine, 3/2. Near Club Duck
Key. $1750/mo. Owner/
Broker 631-255-4644
A DUCK KEY Spacious
2/2 Canal, Dock, View!
Furn/Unfurn, tile, c/a,
w/d, Pets OK $1795 +
util F/L/S 305-743-0003
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Homes for Rent
CUDJOE Newer 3 BR, 2
BA, C/A + heat, covered
porch overlooking dock &
a good boating canal,
$1650/mo.745-6542
HAMMER PT., MM 93,
3/2 furn, 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 appl...37' bulk
head. $1500/mo + util.
1 yr lease. 516-779-6002
Little Torch 2/2 On stilts,
swimming canal, down
from Dolphin Marina.
Also apt. 305-872-3602
or cell: 305-481-4763
LONG KEY2/1 on canal
Fenced yard. Pets wel-
come. F/L/S. $1750 per
month. 305-393-2515
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Homes for Rent
MARATHON 2/1, 2 car
parking, w/d hopk-up,
Large shed, Long term
Unfurn. $1100/mo + util
F/L/S.305-619-6383
MARATHON-2/1,
Breeze Deck on Canal,
fenced yard, w/d, alc,
$1200'kno.
305-304-7874
MARATHON 3/2-
On canal, furn/ $2000,
Unfurn/$1800 + util
Call Marcy!! CB Schmi"
Realty 289-6505
MARATHON
Single Family Home
2/1, alc unit, yard,
305-797-9132
MARATHON Trailer,
2/2, Terra Marine Park,
24th St. Furn, on water,
water & cable incl.
$1300. 305-743-6789
MARATHON WATER-
FRONT Lg. 240Qsq ft.,
3/2, new appl.1se/pur-
chase poss. $2500/mo
F/L/S, Ed, 743-6332
TAVERNIER 3/2, on a
plugged canal. Available
June 1. $1800/mo + util.
Monthly or lease. d/w,
w/d, alc. 216-509-4400 -
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Homes for Rent

A Key Largo 312 home.
$1300/month. Yearly
lease; Fresh paint and
very clean. Lrg. bed-
roomsandscroroom.
CBS wlaccordion shut-
ters. Oceanside HO park
w/dock and ramp. Yard
service incl-
305-394-0266 or
305- 394-1150.
Available in Marathon
Beautiful 2 BR, 2 BA
house w/storage, work
shop, nr park. $1400/mo.
386-547-3071
Big Pine Key 1/1, C/A,
fenced yard, on canal w/
dock. Askirig $900/mon
Call Terry 305-304-6109
BIG PINE KEY4BR, 2BA
w/family room, corner .
canal, fenced yard, pets
ok. Partially furn or unfurn
$2400/mo 305-395-2334
BIG PINE Ki'Y, Nice 2/2
canal-front stilt home w/
screened porch, central
air, dock, annual lease.
No dogs. $1550/mo. +
util, F/L/S. 305-304-9128

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MARATHON-KEYS RV
1/1, dockage, $750/mo
+ util. $750 Dep.
Avail. Immediately
305-743-5623
MARATHON, KEYS RV
1-2 bd/1 ba w/ FL room-
Covered 30ft dock/deck,
Cable incl., $950/mo +
util. 305-587-1512
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MM90 2/1 on canal, .
Deep water dockage
avail. $1000/mo Pets ok
772-546-5855
Mthn, Sombrero Blvd
2/2, Furn, corner unit,
Harborviewsfromall
rooms, pool, dock, 6-8
mo lease.743-5444
WATERFRONTLglBR
furn apt, incl boat slip.
$900 mo + half elec &
halfwater. Must see.
305-743-3478
750
Vacation RentalS
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 pool,
tiki. KCB/Marathon. Max
4 people. 305-743-9888
790 Business
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
houselstorage Unit
500 sf $400/mo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trialRd.305-522-5841
Commercial Store
frontage for lease.
Approx.500sq.fton
US1, MM 82 oceanside.
305-664-3662.
COMMERCIAL WARE-
HOUSE SPACE, approx.
800 sq.ft. 10701 6th Ave-
Gulf, Mthn.743-5438
HEART of MARATHON
Office or Retail, 1000 sq
ft. next to Publix, the new
Walgreen's & Marina-
Call 1-561-743-3745
785
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VACATION PACKAGE
June 19-26, only $800 for
up to 4 people (1br & pull-
out couch) Kitchen, pool,
hot tub,1activity room.
ON THE BOARDWALK
next to Sands & Trump
hotels! 305-395-0213
KEYS RV LOT-RENT
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Gulf, Mthn, ill C/A, WID
hk up, quiet, clean, pets
OK. $900 + dep: Some
util incl. (305) 304-8702
APT'S FOR RENT-
Marathon-Studios,1bd,
& Cottages. Starting g
$600/mo.includes util.
305-289-7672
BIG PINE 2 br, 1.5 ba,
unfurn. Yrly lease $1475
mo, incl Direct TV & yard
maint. Deep water boat-
inq. F/L/S. 305-872-4038
BIG PINE KEY, 2/1 On
Canal Grnd Level, corner
lot, w/dock. w/d hk-up
MUST SEE!! $1150/rrio
F/S 305-872-2952

BLO FI18 H5 ba.
Beautifuiviews, Reno-
vated. pool, and sh ort
walk to beach. Lease
$1500/mo Call
305-731-6739
Coco Plum, 1/1, new kit/
paint, canal, dock
$1000/nto; Ocean Isles
studio, $800/mo
203-298-4107
CONCI4 KEY Large, 2/1,
Kitchen, Living room &
Porch, Available .
Immediately.$1150/mo
FIL/S305-619-2828
DESIGNER HALF DUP,
MM 28-2/1.5, on canal,
tileflrs/mrbicntrsstilts,
Hurr. Shutters, w/d, d/w,
$1575/mo 305-342-1167
GRASSY KEY Newly
Remodeled 2/2, Kitchen,
Living room, Deck, Ocean
e53C40 mo F/L/S.
Islamorada 2/2, ground
fir, newly renov, ocean
view! Captain's cove ca-
nal, beach, W/D. Yrlyise,
util inc. $1500 mo. Boat
slip avail. 201-953-4349
ISLAMORADA CONDO
MM 80, Luxury 3/2 Top
Floor! Ocean view! Large
Balcony, furnished, pool,
$2500/mo Call Bruce
305-937-8111
ISLAMORADA Very Lg
apt. on the water. Fur- -
nished, year lease
$1200/mo, F/$1500 Sec.
Util incl. 305-664-8033
KGB-BEAUTIFUL
Recently Renov.2/2, &
1/1 Ocean front Condos
San Brc &3 ol.


Key Colony Beach
r

KEY LARGO Largo
Park, 1/1, $500/mo +
util:101600 O/S Hwy'
ts 1de 1151pounds ok.
Key Largo MM100 1 BR
Apt. Totally updated! Tile
floors. $950/mo, utilities
included.786-728-2200,
305-216-5088
CAU. CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Layton MM 68 Half
Duplex 2 BR Waterfront.
$1000/ino F/L/S: Call
Remax Keys to the Keys
(305)743-2300
LONG KEY/MM 68.5
Cheerful1/1oncanal.
W/D, $850/mo plus util.
F/L/S NO Smoke.
480-200-9189
MARATHON 1 & 2 Bed-
room Condo's $1000 -
$1400tno + elec. Pool &
Dock Avail. Call Marcy,
CB Schntitt Realty
289-6505
Marathon -2/1 Furn Top
floor unit, Pool, Ocean
View $1000/mo + util.
F/L/S 305-481-4571,
Exit Realty, FL Keys
MARATHON 2BD, 1 BA,
game room, fenced back
yard, petfriendly, C/AC,
$1500/mo
305-684-0033
MARATHON 2bd 1 ba
Half duplex, w/d, alc &
fenced yard. Close to
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
MARATHON
EFFICIENCY
$625. F/L/S
Annualbeaseonly.
' 305-743-2300
Marathon Immac 2BR,
1BA, cent A/C, WID
hkup, fenced-in yard,
hurricane shutters. New-
1 Om e3 5A 285
MARATHON
Large effcy ind water
$700 to move in.
Call DD 289-6486
MARATHON OCEAN
Front, Half Duplex, 2/2,
$1575/mo, new appl.'
w/d, half acre, private
beach, 305-610-2267
Marathon Small 1 BR,
$675/mo also efficiency
available. $575/mo.
Unfurn. 91st St.
Call Rick, 743-5624
MARATHON Sombrero
Resort -Nice, 2 sm bed-
rooms, 1 bath, canal
front, furn., incl. utill
cable. No pets $1000/mo
+ Dep 518-859-2525
Marathon Waterfront!
1 s $1705000/ d
util. 20 Coco Plum Dr.
305-871-4653

D, nu ON 2t
front, alc, Covered patio,
$990/mo 1st, 12th, +
Sec. 305-395-2095
MM 681/1 ON CANAL-
Dock avail, covered pa-
r}w k, w0aTo F/ SA
410.365.8268
MM90 1 BD APT
On Canal, Dockage
Available, Pets OK
$800/mo, inch util.
772-546-5855


Liveaboard Docks
Mrthn, covered deck
area, priv b/h. Free w/d
for residents. Summer
Special $450.731-3386
LOBSTER TRAPS
17 X 22 X 32American
Pirie:Stainless Steel.
2 yrs. use. Only $18.00
each. 305-216-5362
Mthn-Marine Storage:
boattrl, campers, any
clean storage ok on
wheels. $3 ftyr; $4 ft 6 mo
$5ft mo. Emil731-3386
4088
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TRANSPORTATION

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Automobiles
Wanted autos all years.
nsr'i n trucks.
Call 305-332-0483
1370 Trucks -
SUVs Vans
2004 FORD CARGO
VAN One owner, low
mileage, roof rack, shelv-
ing..V8 auto, AC, gas
engine. $8K.743-7855
'92 Chevy Pickup 1500
With tool box topper.
Good work truck.
$1200 obo. 395-0743
96 GMC FWD PU Exc
condition. No commercial
use.72 K miles. $6,700
obo. (305)743-7455
1390
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1160
Sail boats
22' SAILBOAT, 3 Sails
New Mast, w/lights, Sai(
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Ready to Sail!! $2000
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1180
Dock Rentals/SaleS
Marathon Boat Hotise
Marina on Vaca Cut, MM
54. Dry/wet slips avail
monthly or annual. Great
P rices! 305-289-0064
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Dock Rentals/Sale5
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Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, priv blh. Free w/d
for res. Summer Special
$450 !!731-3386
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, riew private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731-3386
SUMMER ROLLBACK
PRICES! Slipsg$13.50
ft, per month. Sombrero
Dockside 305-743-0000.
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SUMMER SPECIALS!!
LIVEABOARD BOAT
SLIPS $450/mo. Mrthn.
Boat storage available.
305-304-3610
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