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More on the spill
*The Monroe County Commission speaks as one against
drilling off the Keys, 2A
*The Key West City Commission meets this morning at Old
City Hall to address spill-related issues,2A
* Useful resources to stay up to date about the spill, 2A
* Celebrating Our Past: When the Keys rallied against
drilling more than 20 years ago, 4A
* Keys wildlife groups are trying to get ready for the worst-
case scenario. Editorial, 4A
* The Nature Conservancy and Lower Matecumbe Key
Association plan "pre-spill" coastal cleanup, 2B

OIL SPILL THREAT


Volunteers


get frustrated


Without training,
they would
be sidelined
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
The organizer of a Florida
Keys spill-response network
is growing frustrated.
At least some oil from the
BP Deepwater Horizon spill
in the Gulf of Mexico could
arrive in days, said Dan
Robey, but would-be volun-
teers may be sidelined by
lack of training.
"We have hundreds of
Keys charter boats, dive boats
and other commercial boats
that want to get involved, but


they may have to sit idly by
as oil reaches our shores,"
Robey said Thursday.
"Nobody is offering to
train [crews] or coordinate
efforts or get involved in any
way to enable this volunteer
force to go into action if it's
needed," said Robey, who
launched www.KeysSpill
.com, which has become a
primary registration site for
local volunteers.
"We're all hoping the oil
will disperse before it gets
here," he said, "but we have
to be prepared."
Oil from a spill is consid-
ered hazardous material, so
any volunteers who would
come in contact with it are
required to have training.
* See Volunteers, 2A


NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE


Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY
After just a week on the job, Fred Johnson, the hew
meteorologist in charge at the National Weather Service's
Key West office, is getting settled in at the White Street
headquarters. '


Johnson takes


over Keys NWS


He replaces
Strahan as top
meteorologist
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Just in time for the June 1
launch of hurricane season,
Fred Johnson is settling in as
the new top guy at the Key
West National Weather
Service outpost.
Johnson, 59, is the new
meteorologist in charge. He
comes from Kansas City,
Mo., where he was the


domestic branch manager of
the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
Aviation Weather Center.
That's where Johnson's Keys
predecessor, Matt Strahan,
transferred in March, to work
in the international branch.
Strahan led the Key West
office for eight years.
Aviation is the root of
Johnson's interest in weather.
"Right out of high school,
I, learned to fly," he told the
Keynoter Friday morning,
"and got my private pilot
license. Getting routine flight
*See Johnson, 3A


OIL SPILL THREAT


Photo by TIM CHAPMAN/MIAMI HERALD
Jennifer DeMaria of Big Pine Key walks a beach on that Lower Keys island on Wednesday looking for signs of oil.Tar
balls found Monday and Tuesday in Key West, Big Pine and on Loggerhead Key in the Dry Tortugas came from
sources other than the BP oil spill, authorities say, but Keys residents are still concerned about the spill's threat to
these islands.



The Loop Current




may be shifting


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
With Monroe County
newly added to Florida's list
of areas under a state of
emergency because of the BP
Deepwater Horizon .oil spill,
Florida Keys residents can do
little but watch the meander-
ing of the Loop Current.
But some good news:
Oceanography researchers at
the University of South
Florida told the Tampa
Tribune Friday that the Loop.
Current that would carry oil
or tar down to the Keys could
be shifting to the west, which
could potentially direct the
spill away from the Keys.
Chuamin Hu, a UCF
'oceanography associate pro-
fessor, called the perceived


UF oceanographer says
swing is possible, good


shift "absolutely good news
for the Florida Keys. But
that's not a 100 percent cer-
tainty. It's a possibility."
Earlier this week, experts
concluded that some oil
from the month-old spill had
.entered the Loop Current,
which normally circulates
through the Gulf of Mexico.,
The current tends to carry
gulf water down the state's
west coast to the Florida
Straits, which run eastward
past the Florida Keys.
A "tendril" of oil appar-
ently had become caught in
the outer bands of the current,
which means some oil could
reach Keys waters in days.
Tar balls were found in the


westerly
for Keys


Lower Keys Monday and
Tuesday - and since then
some have been found as
north as Islamorada - but
tests conducted at a U.S.
Coast Guard laboratory con-
cluded the chemical makeup
of the Lower Keys balls
proves they are not from the
Deepwater Horizon spill.
Information on the* ones
found in Islamorada wasn't
available.
However, tar balls similar
to those could be the most
visible sign of the spilled oil
reaching the Keys, officials
acknowledged.
Some businesses have
reported cancellations. The
Key West Chamber of


Commerce launched a sur-
vey on Friday asking how*
the spill has affected local
businesses. The "Deepwater
Horizon oil spill has created
uncertainty in the minds of
potential visitors," the cham-
ber says.
Islamorada offshore char-
ter captain Larry Wren said
one customer canceled his
booked motel for a July trip
and changed his fishing
reservation "from a definite
to a maybe," depending on
the spill situation.
"Another customer called
to ask if we were still going
out" Friday, Wren said. "I
told him everything is fine."
"There is definite worry
about there" on local fishing
docks, Wren said. "We were
* See Oil, 2A


KEY LARGO

Extended outriggers lead to arrests


Pair accused
of boat theft


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
Sales flags fluttering
from the extended outriggers
of a.sportfishing boat being
towed up U.S. I gave law
officers their first clue.
A stolen Edgewater boat
valued at more than
$100,000 was recovered
Wednesday night in Key
Largo, just two miles' from
the fenced sales yard from
where it was taken.


Two Hialeah men have
been charged in the case.
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Detective Sgt. Al
Ramirez was near the
Mocean Power Sports busi-
ness property at mile marker
104.3 around 8 p.m. when he
saw a truck towing the light-
blue sportfishing boat and its
two outboard engines..
However, the boat's fish-
ing outriggers were fully
extended. Attached to the
outriggers were large blue
promotional flags, saying
"Edgewater."
Ramirez knew "that in
most cases, a legitimate boat
owner would not pull a ves-


sel in this condition," accord-
ing to a department account.
Ramirez radioed in a
description of the boat. At the
Circle K convenience store at
mile marker 106, federal
Immigration and Customs
Enforcement agents heard
the report and stopped the
suspects' 1999 Chevrolet
pickup, which had .the
Edgwater boat in tow.
Truck occupants Osmel
Hernandez Morffi, 24, and
Dagoberto Hernandez, 31, ini-
tially claimed to be "moving
the boat for a friend," accord-
ing to a report. They soon
stopped talking, deputies said.
The investigation found


that a padlock had been cut
off a fence gate at Mocean
Powersports: A search of the
suspects' pickup truck found
a bolt cutter under the seat.
Mocean Powersports
owner Jacques Novoa con-
firmed to investigators that
no one had permission to
take his boat.
Hernandez and Morffi
were booked into the
Monroe County Detention
Center on counts of burglary,
grand theft, possession of
burglary tools and criminal
mischief. They were later
released pending trial after
each posted a bond of more
than $28,000.


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2A Saturday, May 22,2010


PREDICTED TEMPERA


DAY
SAT.
SUN.
MON.
TUES.


HIGH
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86
86


%TURES
LOW
78
77
77
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Forecast: Expect mostly
sunny to partly cloudy con-
ditions over the weekend.

Visit KeysNet.com/weather
for radar and extended forecast.


BEACH ADVISORIES

The Monroe County
Health Department tests
Keys beaches twice weekly
for the presence of enteric
bacteria. The currently are
no ..beaches have health
advisories or warnings
against swimming.

GOVERNMENT TV

The following upcoming
government meetings and
events are scheduled for
broadcast on Comcast
Channel 76:
* Monday: County Com-
mission (repeat), 5 p.m.
* Tuesday: Marathon City
Council, 5:30 p.m.
* Wednesday: County
Planning Commission,
10 a.m.
* Thursday: County Code
Enforcement, 9 a.m.
* Friday: Tier Map Desig-,
nation' Review Committee,
9 a.m.

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

Marathon
3015 Overseas Highway
(P.O. Box 500158)
Marathon, FL 33050-0158
Newsroom ...(305),743-5551
Advertising ...(305) 743-5551
Fax .........(305) 743-6397
.Fax ..........(305) 743-9586

Key West
2720-A N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Overseas Market
Key West, FL 33040
Newsroom ...(305) 296-6989
Advertising ...(305) 296-6989
Fax ..........(305) 296-1287

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Key West calls meeting
The Key West City Commission convenes an infor-
mational workshop at 10 a.m. today at Old City Hall
at 510 Greene St. to address issues related to the
Deepwater Horizon oil-rig spill. Representatives of
federal agencies involved in the response, as well as
representatives of BP, which owns the Deepwater
Horizon, have been invited.


Claims roll in


From Oil, 1A

already impacted this year
by the economy, and now
this comes along. It's
craziness."
Wren said his plans to
launch a newly refurbished
charter boat may be put on
hold. "It's got a brand new
engine and new paint," he
said. "I don't want to
throw it in the water to
have oil slapping over it."
As for the state of
emergency, "As the oil
continues to spill from the
well and all efforts to stop
the discharge have failed
and may not succeed for
an extended period of
time, more Florida coun-
ties could be affected,"


Gov. Charlie Crist wrote in
his Thursday declaration.
Monroe County is one
of 18 coastal counties cov-
ered by the state of emer-
gency declaration.
"As a designated emer-
gency area, Monroe County
businesses that have been
adversely affected will be
able to apply for disaster
recovery funds," said state
Rep. Ron Saunders.
The state's daily report
on the oil spill says charter
boat fishermen have put in
165 claims totaling
$230,120 in lost income
because of the spill so far.
No breakdown on the ori-
gin of the claims was
available at press time.


College 'slammed'


From Volunteers, 1A

That training consists
of either a four-hour
course, or a 24-hour
course normally given to
professionals who must
handle hazardous waste in
the course of their jobs.
Florida Keys Community
College has stepped up
sessions for both types of
courses.
A $10,000 grant from
BP enabled FKCC to train
100 volunteers in the four-
hour course, said college
spokeswoman Amber
Ernst-Leonard. but the
grant has been exhausted.
"We have more people
who want to be trained,"
Ernst-Leonard said. "Our
role is to. respond to the'
community need, so we
are .adding courses to
accommodate them - but
we have to charge."
She said FKCC con-
tacted BP to request more
funding. "They said no.
At this time, BP said they
have enough trained,"
Ernst-Leonard said.
"We contacted them
again [when oil appeared
to reach the Loop
Current] but we have not
heard anything back from
them."
By midweek, Ernst-
Leonard said, FKCC "was
slammed with a long list


of volunteers to call back"
if the free training is
offered again.
A session of the four-
hour course - OSHA Oil
Spill Post-Emergency
Response - will be held
today at the FKCC Stock
Island campus, with a
charge of $100.
A 24-hour certification
course in Hazardous
Waste Operations and
Emergency Response runs
Monday through
Wednesday at. the FKCC
branch at Marathon High
School. Cost is $575.
Robey said the same
24-hour certification may
be available online for
home study at a reduced
price, but details were not
available.
"It's crazy that a volun-
teer who is risking his
health and his vessel in
the name of homeland
security would have to
pay anything," Robey
said.
Robey estimated the
local fleet could put 300
working boats in the
water to string oil booms
or perform other tasks -
if allowed.
For information on the
FKCC class schedule, go
to www.fkcc.edu or call
Director of Continuing
Education Cathy Torres at
809-3250.


OIL SPILL THREAT


Commission acts


It passes three
items related
to the spill

By RYAN McCARTHY
* rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Monroe County
Commission took a series of
actions Wednesday relating
to the Deepwater Horizon
oil-rig explosion and the
potential impact that the
growing Gulf of Mexico spill
night have on the Keys.
The commission approved
the following at its monthly
meeting in Key Largo:
* *Approved a hybrid reso-
lution brought forth by com-
missioners Heather Carruthers
and Mario Di Gennaro. It
affirms the county's stance
against oil drilling in state
waters and calls for a voter
referendum in .November on
whether to amend, the state
Constitutional banning it.
Carruthers proposed a sim-
ilar item in September that Di
Gennaro did not support.
"My eyes have opened.
There's no way, no matter
how I word it. I put this on
the agenda because I wanted
to recognize your suggestion.
If we can suggest that the
whole world doesn't do it,
that's fine," Di Gennaro said.
The resolution calls for a


ban only in state waters, mean-
ing up to nine miles off Florida
on the bayside and three miles
off on the oceanside. Mayor
Sylvia Murphy requested it
read the entire Gulf of Mexico,
but Commissioner George
Neugent said that's unrealistic.
"For us to vote on some-
thing that's dead before it
leaves is just a waste of ink.
To say we want to oppose
drilling in the Gulf of
Mexico.... Do you have any
idea what it would do to fuel
prices?" he said.
Neugent, a Louisiana
native, went on to say the
spill was preventable and that
BP wasn't living up to estab-
lished safety standards.
"This was an avoidable
tragedy that should have
never happened. If we want-
ed to oppose something that
made some sense, we'd send
a letter to [President Obama]
saying you'll start enforcing
these safety procedures in
place," he said.,
Commissioner , Kim
Wigington suggested another
clause that was added to the
resolution.
"Any resolution we sup-
port, whether directed to the
state or federal government,
[should] contain provisions
for enhanced oversight, safe-
ty and for contingency plans
for spills," she said.
* Approved, at the sug-


OIL SPILL THREAT


Get the latest updates


Following are useful Web
sites to track what's happen-
ing with the Gulf of Mexico
oil spill and find ways to
help:
* www.deepwaterhorizon
response.com, a compre-
hensive aggregator of all
things related to the spill and
ongoing response efforts.
Continuously updated.
* www.floridadisaster
.org/index.asp. The state's
Emergency Management site,
updated with spill informa-
tion daily, more frequently if
warranted.
* www.volunteerflorida


disaster.org, Volunteer
Florida's site offering ways
to help out with the spill.
* www.epa.gov/bpspill,
the U.S. Environmental Pro-
tection Agency's oil-spill site.
* www.doi.gov/deep
waterhorizon/index.cfm,
the U.S. Interior Depart-
ment's oil-spill site.
* www.noaa.gov, the
National Oceanic and Atmo-
spheric Administration site.
* www.keysspill.com,
put together by a loose coali-
tion calling itself the Florida
Keys Environment Coalition.
It's designed to link oil-spill-


related projects with volun-
teers, including boat cap-
tains, businesses, organiza-
tions and individuals.
* The Tourist Develop-
ment Council, www.fla-keys
.com.
* To report injured or oiled
animals to the state, call
(866) 557-1401.
* To report oiled shoreline
to the state, call (866) 448-
5816.
* To report a change in air
quality stemming from the
oil, go to www.epa.gov
/bpspill/.


LAW ENFORCEMENT

Warrants sweep nets 10


All facing
drug counts
Ten people found them-
selves behind bars
Wednesday and Thursday


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The Navy has published a Notice of Intent (NOI) in the Federal Register to prepare an
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that will evaluate the potential environmental effects
, associated with airfield operations at Naval Air Station Key West. Specifically, the Navy
will evaluate the potential environmental effects of supporting new aircraft and moditying
training operations as necessary to address Fleet training requirements.

The Navy is holding open house public scoping,meetings to help identify environmental issues and
community concerns with respect to this proposal. There will be no formal presentations; however, Navy
representatives will be available to answer questions and provide information about the proposed action. Please
plan to attend at your convenience anytime between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm. The
open house meetings are being held on the following dates, at the following locations:
Doubletree Grand Key Resort, Conference Room
Wednesday, May 26, 2010 3990 South Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, FL
Tennessee Williams Theater at Florida Keys Community College
Thursday, May 27, 2010 5901 College Road, Key West (Stock Island), FL

Please visit our website where information regarding the proposal is available for viewing and downloading at
www.keywcsteis.com. All comments should be postmarked or submitted no later than June 10, 2010 to ensure
their consideration in the EIS analysis. Comments may be submitted electronically at our website or through the
mail by sending it to:
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast
NAS Key West Airfield Operations EIS Project Manager
P.O. Box 30, Building 903
NAS Jacksonville, FL 32212


nights after detectives with
the Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Special Investigations
Division conducted a war-
rants sweep.
And they got a bonus
arrest after two detectives
were conducting surveillance,
in the parking lot., of
Coconut's Bar in Key-Largo.'
They reportedly saw
Vincent Salzano, 34, of Key
Largo get into a 2003 Jaguar.
As they watched, he report-
edly pulled out cocaine and
began to snort it. He was
charged with possession.
Arrested in the warrant
sweep:
* Dennis Cooper, 27, of
Key Largo for sale of mari-
juana within 1,000 feet of a
park.
o. Kenneth Crawford, 43,
of Key Largo for sale of mar-
ijuana 'and cocaine within
1,000 feet of a park.


* Steven Walters, 29, of
Key Largo for sale of nar-
cotics and theft.
* ,Darrel Baker, 16, for
sale of marijuana and cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a park.
* Thomas Alfonso, 50, of
Key West for three counts
sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a park.
* Karl Bullock, 33, of Big
Pine Key for possession with
intent to sell narcotics.
* Terry Burgest, 50,
of Marathon for sale of mari-
juana.
* Freddie Hayes, 51, of
Stock Island for two counts
sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a park.
* Ledarius Saunders, 18, of
Key Largo for sale of marijua-
na within 1,000 feet of a park.
* Joel Stahley, 30, of Key
West for two counts sale of
heroin within 1,000 feet of a
school.


KEY WEST

Dog law gets initial OK


It would
allow hounds
in restaurants
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com
Key West city commnis-
sioners on Tuesday unani-
mously and with little dis-
cussion approved the first
reading of an ordinance that
would allow people and
their dogs in outdoor restau-
rants. '
The ordinance is set to go
'through a second binding
public hearing on. June 1-..
The state Department of
Business and Professional
Regulation has a categorical
statewide ban' on dogs in
restaurants. However,, he
department allows individ-
ual municipalities to over-
ride that by enriacti'g a set of
state-approved health guide-
lines.
Those include conspicu-
ous signs alerting diners that


dogs could be present and
advising thorough hand
washing after petting, plac-
ing waterless hand sanitizer
on all tables in the designat-
ed area and not allowing
pooches on chairs or laps.
District 1 Commissioner
Jimmy Weekley sponsored
the ordinance at the behest
of Evalena Worthington,
owner of the Schooner
Wharf Bar, which is well
known for being pet friend-
ly. BPR inspectors cited
,Worthington in February for
having dogs in the open-air
establishment. ,
Commissioners also
unanimously approved an
interlocal agreement with
Monroe County and Tourist
Development Council .offi-
cials for funding up to
$380,000 per year for the
next five years aimed at
maintaining Smathers and
Rest beaches on the Atlantic
side of the Southernmost
City.


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gestion of state Rep. Ron
Saunders, a resolution call-
ing for Gov. Charlie Crist to
add Monroe County to
Florida's growing state-of-
emergency list. Crist did just
that on Thursday, along with
Miami-Dade and five other
counties.
The U.S. Small Business
Administration "is offering
low-interest disaster loans,"
Saunders said.
Di Gennaro was resistant
to the idea because of possi-
ble negative publicity.
"We want to keep the
county calm. People are los-
ing charters and hotels are not
being booked because of this
fear. [The governor's office
is] saying that fear is not real-
istic right now," he said.
"I don't know if this will
have any more impact than
having CNN showing tar
balls on our beaches,"
Saunders said.
, Approved an ordinance
dealing with reimbursements
for oil-spill cleanup efforts,
with an add-on.
"It would also authorize
the county to go onto private
property if necessary without
getting the owner's permis-
sion first, which is important
down here because we have
so many absentee owners,"
County Attorney Suzanne
Hutton said.







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2010 CENSUS


Census: Numbers are accurate


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com
A U.S. Census Bureau
representative held firm
Wednesday on numbers
showing the agency has
counted nearly 100 percent
of Keys residents.
Census Assistant Regional
Census Manager Marilyn
Stephens appeared before the
Monroe County Commission
and said nearly 98 percent of
Monroe has been counted.
Stephens was asked to
speak by Commissioner
Heather Carruthers, who's


been questioning the validity
of the numbers the Census
Bureau is putting out.
Carruthers said her office has
fielded 31 calls from resi-
dents who say they have not
been counted.
"The messages I'm get-
ting is that no one visited me
or if they did, I called the
number and they never called
me back," she said, adding
that several calls were repre-
senting entire neighbor-
hoods, condo complexes and
liveaboard boaters.
"Coco Plum Marina [in
Marathon] said no one has


been counted," she said.
Stephens told the commis-
sion the county approved the
address list the Census
Bureau used.'She said it was
sent to the county for review
and possible appeal; the
county chose not to.
"Monroe has a long list of
people that reviewed the list,"
Stephens told the Keynoter.
The Census Bureau
adopted a rare method of
counting Monroe residents
for 2010 known as "update-
enumerate." It's basically a
door-to-door , campaign
whereby census takers per-


sonally visit residents, as
opposed to telephone calls or
mailed questionnaires.
Census officials are tout-
ing return rates as high as
97.5 percent in the Keys,
which is in stark contrast to
poor 51 percent rate during
the 2000 census. That led the
bureau to decide the door-to-
door count in the Keys would
be more effective.
Stephens says anyone hot
counted should notify the
bureau and gave a phone
number to call to be counted:
(866) 872-6868.


SCHOOL DISTRICT SCANDAL


Attorney: Acevedo equals Joan of Arc


She also says
Scottsboro Boys,
Jesus similar

By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

In painting alleged thief
Monique Acevedo as a vic-
tim, her attorney uses some
pretty historic figures to
make her case.
Patricia Docherty, chief
assistant Monroe County
public defender, calls up the
names of Jesus of Nazareth,
Joan of Arc and the
Scottsboro Boys in a May 14
court filing asking that State
Attorney Dennis Ward and
his chief public corruption
prosecutor, Mark Wilson, be
removed from the case.
"History is rife with exem-


plary warning of allowing the.
crowd to decide the fate of an
accused," Docherty wrote.
She contends that a "media
frenzy" and "circus atmos-
phere" surrounding the high-
profile case has been driven
by Ward and Wilson, and cre-
ated a tainted jury pool.
Acevedo is accused of six
counts of theft and fraud for
allegedly stealing more than
$400,000 in School District
money and from a Key West
High School student fundrais-
er when she ran the district's
Adult Education Department.
Docherty invoked the his-
toric figures' names in mak-
ing her case that Acevedo
can't get a fair trial.
Jesus of Nazareth, viewed
by some 2.1 billion Christians
worldwide as the son of God,
was crucified by Pontius Pilot
in 31 A.D. for heresy.


Joan of Arc, a patron
Catholic saint of France, was
burned at the stake in 1431 at
age 19 after being tried and
convicted of heresy by an
English ecclesiastical court.
Arc led French soldiers in
battle during the Hundred
Years War.
The nine Scottsboro Boys
were falsely accused and con-
victed of raping two white
women in. Depression-era
Alabama, a case that provides
the textbook example of racial
prejudice in the southern jus-
tice system of that time. Part
of that series of trials includ-
ing the U.S. Supreme Court
declaring the Alabama prac-
tice of excluding blacks from
juries as unconstitutional.
"The thing that concerned
me was them portraying
Monique as in the same situ-
ation as Jesus of Nazareth


and Joan of Arc and the
Scottsboro Boys," Ward said.
"Quite frankly, I think ethi-
cally it's just used to delay
the court case. We're getting
closer to getting to the point
of going to trial, then we get
this dropped on us."
Wilson said a better solu-
tion to having him and Ward
removed from the case would
be a change of venue.
A Key West jury found
former schools Super-
intendent Randy Acevedo,
husband of Monique, guilty
last August on three felony
charges of misconduct. He
was sentenced to community
service, three years of proba-
tion and fined $15,000.
A case management confer-
ence in Monique Aceyedo's
case is set for June 3 at 4 p.m. in
Judge Mark Jones' courtroom at
the Freeman Justice Center.


NATIONAL EMS WEEK


Key West Mayor,
Craig Cates, behind
the podium,
recognizes city and
Monroe County
emergency medical
service personnel
at Lower Keys
Medical Center
on Wednesday
as part of National
EMS Week.

Keynoter photo
by SEAN KINNEY


New chief here


From Johnson, 1 A

weather briefings and dig-
ging into the science side of
the weather and trying to fig-
tire out the weather in flying
actually got me started."
That took him to his first
job with the National
Weather Service as an
intern in Toledo, Ohio. In
1984, he became an avia-
tion forecaster and worked
in that post until 1994.
Then Johnson went on to
Jacksofiville, where he
served as a warning coordi-
nation meteorologist track-
ing hurricanes and prepping
the community in case of an
evacuation.
"That's part of the reason
why I decided 'to come to
Key West. I was looking for
opportunities to work in
Florida again," Johnson said.
"What I really, enjoyed
when I was in Jacksonville
was working with the
Florida [Division of]
Emergency Management. I


think they are clearly the No.
I emergency management
organization in the country."
And, Johnson said, the
message, which is the one
preached from Tallahassee,
is simple: Evacuate if
there's a storm coming.
"Our job is life, property
and the enhancement of the
nation's economy, but the
key here is life in Key West.
That is just so important
because it only takes one.
"I would suggest to
everyone in the Keys -
and when I go out and talk
to people - I'm going to
ask them if they have a
plan. I'm hoping I get the
head nod that they have a
plan because that means
they've thought about what
they need to do in the event
they need to evacuate."
If a hurricane does hit,
"The forecast staff is staying
and we'll have emergency
management here but we're
going to be evacuating our
families," Johnson said.


NEWS BRIEFS


Keys-bound
boater missing

The U.S. Coast Guard
.said Friday afternoon that a
boater who was headed for
Marathon from the
Bahamas apparently is
missing.
Glen David Brandt, 48,
from Bradenton left the
Nassau Harbor Club
Marina on May 9 in a 46-
foot white-hull, blue-can-
vas pleasure craft named
Genesis and was due to
arrive in Marathon to refu-
el May 15.
Family members con-
tacted- the Coast Guard
about 10 p.m. Wednesday
to report that Brandt hadn't
arrived in Marathon.


Anyone with informa-
tion regarding the where-
abouts of Brandt is asked to
contact the Coast Guard at
(305) 415-6800.

Five new FWC
officers head here

Five of the 33 graduates
in the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission's May 21
graduating class are head-
ing to the Keys to do their
work.
They are Jason Richards,
Chris Rutherford, Aja
Vickers, Glen Way and
Brent McCarthy. The grad-
uates each will spend the
next three months with a
field-training officer.


L i


MONROE COUNTY COMMISSION

Chamber challenges lobbyist registry


It files suit,
citing rights
of free speech
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Key Largo Chamber
of Commerce and Upper
Keys law firm of Hershoff,
Lupino & Yagel sued
Monroe County Tuesday
over its recently approved
lobbying law.
The County Commission
approved the law, which
calls for a lobbyist, registry,
at its April meeting after
numerous tablings and revi-
sions. Commissioner Kim
Wigington had long cham-
pioned it.
Attorney Russel Yagel,
who sits on the chamber's
board of directors, said he's
handling the case pro bono.
The complaint against the
county argues three points:
* The law violates due
process afforded by the
state and federal constitu-
tions.
* It violates freedom of
speech granted by the First
Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution.
* It infringes on the juris-
diction' of the Florida
Supreme Court, as it per-
tains to regulating lawyers.
The suit says "the ordi-
nance requires attorneys to
register as a lobbyist before
they may advocate any
position on behalf of their
clients," but that "the prac-
'tice of law includes repre-
senting clients in adminis-
rative proceedings."
"What it comes down to
,s lobbying ordinances are
designedd to prevent influ-
nce peddling or at least
ring it out to the front, This
j'st requires everyone to


register as a lobbyist," : he
said. "It inhibits free
speech."
Commissioner George
Neugent. insisted in April
that the law sunset on Nov.
30 and be then be revisited
by the commission.
Chamber President
Jackie Harder attends most
every commission meeting
and was often a focal point
as the commission debated
the definition of a lobbyist.
The law doesn't preclude


lobbyists from approaching
commissioners, but does,
create a public database
saying who lobbies.
Chief Assistant County
Attorney Bob Shillinger
said existing case law,
including a 2009 Florida
Supreme Court case dealing
with jurisdiction over attor-
neys, has already addressed
questions raised in the suit.
"I think we're on pretty
solid ground," he said.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

FLORIDA KEYS MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT

503 107th Street
Marathon, Florida 33070
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010


Regular Meeting
Immediately following
Budget Workshop


The purpose of the Budget Workshop is to receive presentation and discussion regard-
ing the Authority's Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 including the Capital
Improvement Plan of the FKAA.
The purpose of the Regular Meeting is for the Board to take action on routine business
matters for the FKAA (potable water and wastewater issues), to receive reports on oper-
ational aspects of the organization and discussion on adoption of Reclaimed Water Rate
and Rules, Leak Detection Fee, Meter Lid Key Fee, Fire Hydrant Flow Test Fee,
Industrial Pretreatment Fees and Regulations, Rules to provide On-line Customer
Account Management, Revisions to Water Main Extension Rules and Rule Revision
Re-formatting. Additionally, the Board will consider Final Rule Adoption of Revised
Rule Changes.
The agenda, backup and Summary Overview of proposed Rule changes can be viewed on
our web site @ www.fkaa.com , or a copy of the Agenda, or any backup, is available upon
request from FKAA, Elvira Sawyer, Executive Office Coordinator, P.O. Box 1239, Key
West, FL 33040, (305) 295-2203, esawyer@fkaa.com.


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EDITORIAL


Animals will bea

brunt of the spil

The ecological disaster
will surely be evidenced


Opinion & Editorial



I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


r

I


in Gulf's endangered turtles

Gulf of Mexico fish and wildlife may haye to
deal with the worst effects of the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill for years.
"We have to face the fact that this [spilled oil]
will persist in the Gulf ecosystem for years to
come - maybe decades," Rowan Gould,. acting
director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, said
this week.
Officials now agree that original estimates by
BP of the spill's ongoing discharge were hugely
underestimated, and only a fraction of the spill
may be visible from the surface. And on NBC's
"Today" show on Friday, BP Chief Operating
Officer Doug Suttles said the spill could gush well
into August.
In the Florida Keys, staff at The Turtle Hospital
was preparing large tanks to hold rehabilitating
turtles should nearshore waters that now feed hold-
ing pools become contaminated. "Obviously we
don't yet know how the spill may affect the Keys
but we have to be prepared," said facility staffer
Tara Vickery.
Dolphins and sea turtles must breath air. Unlike
fish, they cannot swim below a surface layer of oil.
The rare Kemp's Ridley, loggerhead and.
leatherback turtles regularly pass through the area
now contaminated by the spill, according to Fish
and Wildlife. Two months from. now, turtle hatch-
lings will emerge from the beach nests in
Louisiana, .Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida
Panhandle and make their way into the Gulf.
Migrating birds also at risk, along with pelicans
and other native shorebirds.
It all adds up to a potential ecological calamity
of unimaginable proportions.

Enough delays in Acevedo case

We find it a little humorous - and more than
bizarre - that Monique Acevedo's attorney
invokes the names of Jesus, Joan of Arc and the
Scottsboro Boys when discussing her client in a
court filing.
On May 14, Chief Assistant Public Defender
Patricia Docherty filed a motion asking Circuit
Court Judge Mark Jones to remove State Attorney
Dennis Ward and his chief corruption prosecutor,
Mark Wilson, from Acev.edo's case.
Docherty says they've gone out of their way to
,publicize the case and because of that, Acevedo
can't get a fair trial on charges she stole more than
$400,000 from the Monroe County School District
when she worked there as a senior administrator.
In her filing, she actually says that the way
'Acevedo has been publicly vilified - rightfully so
-or not - ranks her right up there with the son of
iGod, a Catholic saint and victims of racial intoler-,
ance during the Depression.
Wow. Just wow.
We say it's time to stop the histrionics and
'delays - Acevedo was arrested more than a year
ago - and let the justice system run its course.'


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

BP hurts business
The oil spill possibly coming to my area would be a dis-
aster and what is BP going to do with the businesses it might
'cause to fail?
.I own and operate a charter fishing service and we are
starting to receive cancellations, and the oil hasn't even
started to come this way. But it is in the Loop Current and
possibly only days away. Then the media has been broad-
casting that the Florida Keys might be affected by the slick.
This comes during the peak summer tourist season.
What is BP going to do? Please let me know, as a lot our
economic future depends on this.
Larry Wren
Tavemier

Try'bio-remediation'for the spill
I'm very concerned about the Florida Keys, where I own
a second home on Big Pine Key.
A New Jersey company called Epicore Bionetworks Inc.
>produces microbial bio-remediation products that are
,described on its Web site as such: They "use microbial
'degradation to break down contaminating hydrocarbons and
S convert them into carbon dioxide and microbial cells. The
'system ... is designed to emulsify, disperse and solubilize
crude oil or refined petroleum products, converting these
:materials into non-polluting end products."
Is there an awareness of such products and are they being
'used to try to disperse the oil?
Nick Thilen
Parkland


Retain student award
I have been following the discussion
initiated by Julio Barroso about the
Monroe County School Board's recent
decision to eliminate the valedictorian
award for graduating high school seniors.
I believe the award should be maintained.
I do not doubt that some students
stack the deck by taking easier courses to
artificially raise their grade point aver-
age. I also understand that in some
instances, the GPA spread is so small, the
difference between winning and losing
may be a fraction of a point. One might
argue that these factors make the selec-
tion of a particular student as valedictori-
an unfair and the losers rightfully upset.
My problem with ending the vale-
dictorian award is that I see it as anoth-
er example of the tyranny of political
correctness and an unrealistic attempt
to make everything in the world nice
and emotionally safe.
About 30 years ago, a movement in
sports began that was called New
Games. In New Games, no one lost;
everyone was rewarded equally for
merely participating. The purpose of
this concept was to prevent children
from feeling hurt when they or their
team lost. I'm happy to report that the
movement did not catch on.
In my experience, life is not fair, peo-
ple lose, people get hurt and people die. I


might sound cold-hearted and insensitive,
but I believe that to foster an unrealistic
set of expectations on children creates
emotional cripples who cannot cdpe with
life's often unfair and painful realities.
One of the most important life les-
sons and character-building experi-
ences a child or adolescent must learn
is how to deal with the emotions that
come from loss, disappointment, frus-
tration and anger. It is a central goal of
growing up, a feature of maturity, to
learn to accept unpleasant emotions.
It is sometimes a parent's responsi-
bility to cause emotional pain to their
child. This occurs every time a parent
says no. Children who grow up with no
limits often wind up in jail and do not do
well in their relationships with others.
Helping a child learn to deal with disap-
pointment is a parent's responsibility.
and a role our schools must also accept.
Not everyone gets an A, not many
win the swim meet and few score the
winning touchdown. But when they
do, they deserve to be acknowledged
for the accomplishment, even if an
also-deserving peer is disappointed.
Fred Covan
Key West

Keys are extended family
Go north? Why would any rational
person move from the Keys to Maryland?


Well, friends and neighbors, we are those
nutcases. It is just our time to move on.
We will miss everyone and the Keys.
In the past decade, we've faced a lot
together - joy, holidays, hurricanes,
marriages, births, losses, and almost a
central sewer system.
What we will miss the most is the
family atmosphere that you find here in
the Keys. We are a huge extended fam-
ily in the Keys. Yes, we are friends and
neighbors, but we fiave a tighter bond
than any other place in the country. It is
how we band together to celebrate
mile-marker events or holidays.
, We have been welcomed into many
homes and been treated like family.
This we are humbly grateful for and
will never forget.
To our employers, co-workers and
those in the community, which we
hold near and dear to our hearts, thank
you. We will miss each and every per-
son, but remember are only a short
flight, call or e-mail away. For those
who stay here, we ask that you please
remember the most important feature
of the Keys, which is our extended
family.
Mingle and intertwine like the roots
of the red mangroves and keep these
islands here for a very long time.
Jeff and Kyle Beshore
Marathon


CELEBRATING OUR PAST


Keys residents stage a mass protest in Key West in 1989, when the federal Minerals Management Service was considering
allowing oil drilling as close as 10 miles from the Keys reef tract. Oil firms Unocol and Mobile had sought to drill exploratory
wells but public sentiment against it killed the plans. Ultimately, bans against nearshore drilling were put in place by both the
state and federal governments. Before BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in April,sending untold amounts of crude into
the Gulf of Mexico, some Florida lawmakers as well as President Obama supported lifting the bans.


Donneuy saves the day
The Dagny Johnson Key, Largo
Hammock Botanical State Park on
County Road 905 in North Key Largo
would have burned to the ground and
incinerated much of the surrounding area
the night of May 15 if it weren't for the
bold and gallant action of John Donnelly.
A heavy piece of equipment was a-
blaze deep within the park surrounded
by about 100 dried-out telephone
poles, downed trees and brush. This
fire was burning unseen in a secluded
section of the park.
I was riding my bicycle with Mr.
Donnelly when he alerted to something
burning. Although the fire and smoke
were not yet visible, the diesel fumes
drew John's attention and he tracked
down its source.
I followed his lead as he went into
action. He called it in and we cleared a
path as best we could to the smoking
inferno. He removed most 'of the barri-
ers and .obstacles that were blocking
access to the fire.
We then rode three-quarters of a mile
to the entrance to the park to await a res-
ponse. The Key Largo Fire Department
and the Monroe County Sheriff's Office
were absolutely spectacular, as they ar-
rived immediately. John apprised them
of the situation and guided them to the
fire's secluded location.
. As we all approached this difficult-to-
get-to site in convoy fashion, John was not
yet done. He single-handedly disassem-
bled a large wooden fence that was block-
ing the entry of these rescue vehicles.
This beautiful park, along with its sur-
rounding neighborhoods and the citizens
living therein, was spared the fiery
destruction that was headed their way
through the actions of an exceptional man.
Harold Schulman
Key, Largo

Illegal is illegal
Ever since I was a little kid, I was
taught to never to do anything illegal, that
there would be consequences for my ac-
tions if I did. As a child, there weren't.too
many illegal activities to explore, but I did
break my fair share of rules and I most cer-
tainly paid the consequences for doing so.
Growing older, I became acutely aware
of the word "illegal" and the consequences
of doing something illegal: It was illegal to
skip school, to drag race on public streets,
to have a loud muffler on your car, push


The North Key
Largo hammock is
named for Dagney
Johnson, who died
in 2003 at age 86.'
She successfully
led the fight to
protect the land
from development
as condos.

Photo courtesy
MIAMI HERALD


over an outhouse with someone in it, hunt
or fish without a license, or release a couple
of fruit bats on a crowded downtown bus.
This is what confuses me. The defini-
tion of the word "illegal," as stated in
Webster's New World Dictionary, is: "Il-
legal: Prohibited by law, against the law."
Short, to the point,, and easy to under-
stand. Therefore, if you do something
illegal, which is prohibited by law, it is a
crime, and if you commit a crime, you are
now a criminal, and criminals should be
punished. So will somebody explain'to
me how aliens, coming into this country
illegally and living here illegally could be
considered just by pure definition any-
thing else but criminals?
As I understand it, they are considering
giving amnesty tb the millions of illegal
aliens in our country, which would make
the illegal aliens that are already here legal
and make it illegal for aliens to come in to
our country illegally in the future..
If that should happen, then would it not
follow that we would have to grant
amnesty to the millions of naturalized
criminals in our country, emptying our jail
cells and telling them all that they are now
forgiven for doing something illegal in the
past, but from this day forward if they do
something illegal they will be punished? I
guess that would be the only fair thing to
do. After all, a criminal is a criminal.
My. grandparents and great-grandpar-
ents came to America as immigrants and
went through all the proper channels to
become wonderful, productive naturalized
citizens of this wonderful country of ours..
Maybe I'm just old fashioned, but
that's the way I feel it must be done by.
all those coming to our shores or across
our borders to live here and reap the
benefits of our great nation.
Dave Scott
Marathon


Sewer guys work hard
. I am extremely impressed with the
crews doing the sewer work in Marathon.
These guys are really working hard and
getting the job done. They work day and
night and even in the rain. Hats off to
these earnest workers. When I go by, I
give them a thumbs' up and say, "Good
job."
They are making great progress and
in no time we will be four lanes strong
again. Thanks to all these devoted
workers. Keep up the good work.
Mary Schmidt
Key Colony Beach

Planning efforts fail
In 2001-02, the Monroe County
Planning Department in the Upper
Keys worked extensively to earn the
trust of Upper Keys residents .who
worked in collaboration with the
department in compiling the Livable
CommuniKeys plan. I find it such a
shine that these same citizens are for-
ced relentlessly to stahd on guard on a
consistent basis for assurance that the
local government does not veer away
from the present law.
Imagine what good could come
from these two groups if the local
development laws stayed as they were
and, the Tavernier and Key Largo
groups did not recognize the county as
a threat. They could actually spend
their time and with projects that would
benefit the Upper Keys. Instead they
are always held to serve as watchtow-
ers over the Monroe County Planning
Department., What a waste of intelli-
gence from volunteers, the ones who
are not making money from the county.
Maureen Lackey
Tavernier


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Habitat offers
finance class


Habitat for Humanity of
the Middle Keys is hosting a
class called Becoming
Financially Fit at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday.
Topics to be covered at the
event at Crane Point Ham-
mock are home ownership,
managing your money wise-
ly, monitoring your credit
and protecting your money
and your identity.
Call Tim Wonderlin for
further information at 304-
4802.

Saunders speaks
to Keys chambers

State Rep. Ron Saunders
gives legislative updates to
two Keys chambers of com-
merce this month.
At noon Tuesday, he
speaks to the Key West
Chamber of Commerce at the
Marriott Beachside Resort.
Cost is $27 per person,
payable at the door.
The same day, Saunders
addresses the Lower Keys
Chamber of Commerce.
That's set for 6 to 8 p.m. at
Boondocks' Grille, Draft
House & Miniature Golf on
Ramrod Key. Cost is $15 per
person and reservations are
required by Monday.

Wheeler, Newman
named to posts
The director of the
"Monroe County Tourist
Development Council and its
media relations director have
been named to leadership
positions on committees
advising Visit Florida, the
state's public/private tourism
marketing arm.
For Visit Florida's fiscal
year 2010-11 that begins July
1, TDC Director Harold
Wheeler will serve as vice
chairman of the Advertising
Committee and sit on the
International Marketing
Committee. Wheeler is also a
member of Visit Florida's
board and sits on the Florida
Tourism Commission.
H F Andy Newman has been
named chairman of Visit
Florida's Communications'
-Committee, formerly known
as the Public Relations
Committee. Newman
chaired the PR Committee in
2005.
Both Wheeler and
Newman will also serve on
the Marketing Steering
Council, a conglomerate of
committee chairs and vice
chairs that helps set the over-
all direction of Visit Florida's
-marketing program.


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Lower
K e y s
Medical
Center on
* Stock Island
has named
several new
managers to
its leader-
ship team.
Hansra is the new
1 health director.


holds a
master's in




and has 20-y
RODRIGUEZ plus years
of experience in nursing,
nursing recruitment and
behavioral health manage-
ment. She previously. was
associate director of patient
care services at Jackson
Health System in Miami.
Registered nurse Sandy


Rodriguez
h a s
returned as
'b. Emergency
Depart-
S .�j ment man-
ager.
Rodriguez
previously
LEWIS held that
position in 2005 but stepped
down in 2007 and acted as
nursing supervisor for three
years. She began her career
at the hospital in 1993.
Cecile Lewis is the new
admissions manager.
Originally from Anchorage,


E SPOTLIGHT

all Buck Freddie's
ge Road, Stock Island .


The latest addition to icon-
ic Duval Street-based Fast
Buck Freddie's retail group
comes in an unlikely place -
the lobby of Lower Keys
Medical Center on College
Road on Stock Island.
Small Buck Freddie's, with
whimsy and bravado indica-
tive of the other Old Town
shops, opened just more than a
month ago to rave reviews.
Hospital marketing Mana-
ger Randy Detrick said the
idea was born over lunch with
Fast Buck's owner Tony Fal-
cone after the volunteer auxil-
iary group, the Pink Ladies,
decided to close its doors.
"He really added color to
it," Detrick said of Falcone.
"They had limited merchan-
dise at the time but now it's
become very popular."
And not just with folks vis-
iting friends and relatives
undergoing treatment, but also
with the hard-working medical
staff that occupies the hospital
one 12-hour shift at a time.
"A lot of this.is for the
staff," store manager Todd
Bybee said, "so we've
brought in some of our most
popular items that people
want. We're almost doing a
daily re-supply here."
Some of those popular
items include jewelry and
accessories ranging between
$20 and $50 from Brighton,
including the nurses' favorite
decorative'nametag holder.
Nurses have also been
buying insulated lunch pails
for $25 from the trendy Vera
Bradley,. known for her
bright-colored paisley prints.
Other items include toys
and activity kits for infants,


Keynoter photo bySEAN KINNEY
Small Buck Freddie's manager Todd Bybee shows off the
popular Dr. Feel Good plush toy that, when squeezed,
sings and dances a rendition of'Good Lovin.'


toddlers and children, house-
hold decorations and gifts
plus a variety of clothing.
Small Buck Freddie's, in
collaboration with Love in
Bloom, sells fresh flower
arrangements from $15 to $35,
with all profits going to the in-


house Nurses' College Fund.
Small Buck Freddie's is
open Monday through
Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For
information call 292-7616; to
find out more about other Fast
Buck locations, visit www
.fastbuckfreddies.com.


ago and
w a s
employed
at Fisher-
OLIVER men ' s
Hospital in Marathon in
admissions.
Registered nurse Debbie
Oliver has returned as educa-
tion manager after a year as a
board-certified registered
nurse in labor and delivery.
Oliver graduated from the


agers
UUniversity
of North
Carolina-
Chapel
S Hill and
received
her nurs-
ing certifi-
cate from
WYRWICKI t . h e
University of Miami.
Katie Wyrwicki is the
nutritional services manager.
She graduated 'from the
Florida Culinary Institute in
West, Palm Beach in 1999
and since then has held many
positions at the hospital:


KEYS BANKING

Bankers hit benchmarks


New positions
and anniversaries
are announced
Several Keys banks have
some new news about their
employees:
* Robert Murrell, a First
State Bank
of the Flo-
rida Keys'
S- vice presi-
dent and
loan admin-

officer, has
been named
MURRELL president of
the Key West Business Guild.
Murrell began his career
with First State in 1999 as a
commercial loan officer and
assumed his current position
in 2007. He has a bachelor's
in business management
from Southeast Missouri
State University.
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president and' controller, is
celebrating her 10th year
with the bank. Also, Renata
Dunn, management infor-
mation analyst, marked her
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Marathon, Gast is a Mas-
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9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
Phone: (305) 743-0033
NOTICE OF FIRST PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR
COMMUNITY BLOCK DEVELOPMENT GRANT SMALL CITIES FUNDS
FOR THE FFY 2009 AND FFY 2010 GRANT CYCLE WITH THE INTENT
OF RECEIVING CITIZEN VIEWS CONCERNING THE COMMUNITY'S
VIEWS ON ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS
FOR THE CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA

The City of Marathon is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) for a FY 2009 and 2010 Small Cities Community Development Block
Grant (CDBG) of up to $750,000. If the FFY 2009 application is not funded the City is
considering applying to the ICA for a FFY 2010 Small Cities CDBG of up to $750,000.
These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:

1. To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
2 To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency
because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the
health or welfare of the community and where other financial resources
are not available to meet such needs.

The activity categories for which these funds may be used are in the areas of housing,
neighborhood and commercial revitalization, or economic development (new jobs).
Eligible uses of funds include such physical improvement activities as housing and
commercial building rehabilitation, clearance, water and sewer improvements, street
improvements, drainage, housing site development, parking, and loans to businesses.
Additional information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be
provided at the public hearing.

For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must benefit low and
moderate income persons.

In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City must plan to minimize
displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City is'
required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.

The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's housing,
economic and other community development needs will be held on June 08, 2010 at
5:30PM, or as soon as possible thereafter as the matter can be heard, during the City
Council Meeting held at 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050 in the EOC
room. This is a handicapped accessible facility. Non English speaking, deaf, or visually
impaired persons needing an interpreter or any handicapped person requiring special
accommodation should contact, Diane Clavier at (305) 289-5020 at least five calendar
days prior to the meeting.

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MONROE COUNTY COMMISSION

Time limit coming


on staff tin

Issue arises
from request
for tax district
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Monroe County Attorney
Suzanne Hutton and her staff
might be getting a lot more
work done in the future.
The County Commission
on Wednesday tabled a res-
olution she requested asking
that her office expend no
more than 40 hours of staff
time on matters not request-
ed by commissioners.
But commissioners did
generally support the reso-
lution, only asking Hutton
to tweak language dealing
with staff time used directly
by commissioners research-
ing items they intend to put
on a meeting agenda.
"It sounds to -me that if
we bring any item forward,
when they get to the 40-
hour mark, they're forcing
us to bring it before the
commission before we may
be ready," Commissioner
Heather Carruthers said.
Commissioner George,
Neugent disagreed and said
he generally places items
for discussion on agendas to
see if they have support'
before using staff time to
further research them.
"If you haven't arrived at
where you're going to bring it
before the County Com-
mission after 40 hours of legal
advice, you don't need to be
doing that. Forty hours in the
private sector is worth thou-
sands of dollars," he said.
But Carruthers and Com-
missioner Kim Wigington
pointed out the resolution
reads all staff time and was-
n't limited to the County
Attorney's Office.


"It could be our aides.
That's not clear," Carruthers
said.
Hutton proposed the res-
olution after telling commis-
sioners in March that she
spent more than 100 hours
of her time dealing with a
proposed special taxing dis-
trict in the Upper Keys.
"The commissioner was
asked to place an ordinance
before the commission.
Unfortunately, it mush-
roomed into a major research
and debate project, which no
one was anticipating,"
Hutton said Wednesday,
referring to Mayor Sylvia
Murphy. She added that the
Monroe County Supervisor
of Elections Office spent an
additional "40 or 50 hours"
on the issue.
A group of 13 Key Largo
homeowners proposed in
February to tax Key Largo
homeowners no more than
.25 mills, or $25 per
.$100,000 of assessed prop-
erty value to fund the pur-
chase and maintenance of
property for recreational
use. The likely spot is the
former Rowell's Marina at
mile marker 104.
But the idea became dif-
ficult for county staff to deal
with due to fuzzy interpreta-
tions of state election
statutes. The group wanted
its own elected board man-
aging the property,, but
statutes say "every property
owner and resident" can
vote when creating an inde-
pendent, rather than depend-
ent, recreational districts.
Hutton recommended
the commission be the gov-
erning body if the district is
created to avoid the election
issues. An item approving a
public hearing was pulled
from the March agenda and
has not come back before
the commission.


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ISLAMORADA


Village Council axes assessments


Final vote
nixing fees
is scheduled
By GARY PHILLIPS
gphillips@keysreporter.com

The five-member Isla-
morada Village Council has
voted to rescind the village's
$21.8 million sewer-system
assessment on property
owners.
The council voted 4-1 on a
motion made by Councilman
Bob Johnson to prepare a res-
olution that would repeal the
controversial assessment,
which comes out to around
$4,061 per single-family
home. Homeowners had the
option of paying 25-year


installments of about $425 a
year. Condominium unit
owners would have paid
about $800 overall.
Vice Mayor Don Achenberg
cast the lone dissenting vote at
the Thursday meeting.
The resolution will come
to the council for discussion
and a vote at its June 10
meeting. If it is repealed, all
money that has been collect-
ed will be refunded.
The issue has. been the
subject of hours of discussion
by the council at several
workshops and regular meet-
ings, and was at the center of
the council election in March.
Johnson and Councilman
David Purdo were among
several property owners who
sued the village last fall to
have the assessment


repealed. Both dropped their
participation in the lawsuit
after their election to seats on
the Village Council.
Johnson said he is not
against having a centralized
wastewater system in the vil-
lage, but believes the assess-
ment should be replaced with
another plan to finance con-
struction of the system.
"I do not want to stop any-
thing," he said.
Achenberg has always
opposed repealing the assess-
ment. He argues that stopping
progress means risking
potential funds from the U.S.
'Army Corps of Engineers and
other government sources.
"There will be more Corps
money that will be available,
but we won't be ready and we
will lose that," Achenberg


said. "We've got to begin to
make some progress. By
repealing this assessment, we
are going backwards."
Monroe County Admin-
istrator Roman Gastesi has
said he met with U.S. Environ-
mental Protection Agency
officials in Washington, D.C.,
in the spring and obtained for
unincorporated Monroe $3
million that had been ear-
marked for Islamorada. That
money will now go to the
county's Lower Keys sewer
construction.
The Islamorada council-
men did agree that if the
assessment is repealed on
June 10, a new one will have
to be written and approved
quickly. The deadline is July
8 to include an assessment on
this year's tax bills.


LOWER KEYS

Sewer fees put on back burner


County not
ready in
Lower Keys
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Unincorporated Monroe
County residents living with-
in the boundaries of the
county's largest sewer proj-
ect got a break on their
assessments Wednesday.
Sewer Projects Admin-
istrator Liz Wood told the
County Commission there is


simply not enough money to
construct. the $174 million
system. It's planned to run
from Cudjoe Key through
Big Pine.
"We have an obligation to
provide service in a reason-
able amount of time. We
need to identify other sources
and develop a funding pro-
gram before we levy assess-
ments," Wood said. ,
She told the Keynoter
Friday that .the planned
$4,500 cost for residents to
hook up to the Cudjoe
Regional system "is maybe a
quarter of what we need."


"And we have a construc-
tion project under way. I
think we would be biting off
more than we can chew,"
Wood said, referring to an
ongoing $8 million sewer-
plant upgrade on Duck Key.
It's being done in conjunc-
tion with Hawks Cay Resort.
That being the case,
County Administrator Roman
Gastesi said there's no reason
to assess Lower Keys resi-
dents right now.
"We're just not ready to
move forward on the project.
Why assess now?" he said.
In August 2009, the county


scaled back work on the
Cudjoe Regional system so it
could concentrate efforts on
Duck Key. It wanted to show
tangible progress to the state
that it's attempting to meet
what was a July 2010 deadline
to meet advance wastewater
treatment standards. That dead-
line will be extended if Gov.
Charlie Crist signs legislation
passed by the Legislature
allowing the extension.
The Cudjoe Regional sys-
tem is planned to serve
roughly 8,800 residential
equivalent dwelling units, or
EDUs.


MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS

530 Keys students ready to graduate


Commencement
ceremonies
quickly near
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The approach of summer
forecasts the end of another
school year and all of the
activities associated with
graduation.
Monroe County School
District officials hope to hand
out diplomas to more than
530 graduating seniors.
That's 300 at Key West High
School, around 75 at
Marathon High and 155 at
Coral Shores High in
Tavernier.
Graduation ceremonies
are as follows:
* Coral Shores seniors


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LAWS LIMITING THE DEVELOPMENT OF

WISTERIA ISLAND TO 2 UNITS AND

95% OPEN GREEN SPACE

May 25, 2010 - 10 am Development Review Committee
Public Hearing - to be held in Marathon Government Center

May 26, 2010 - 10 am Planning Commission Public Hearing -
to be held in Marathon Government Center

May 27, 2010 - City of Key West Development
Review Committee - to be held in Key West -
Based on discussions with Amy Kimball-Murley,
approximate time is 3 pm

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Questions, call Suanne at 395-0728


graduate June 2 at 7 p.m. in
the' school gym, mile marker
89.9. Elizabeth Miller, a 1978
Coral Shores graduate and
member of the federal gov-
ernment's National Capital
Planning Commission, is
giving the commencement
address.
* In Marathon, grads take
the walk June 3 at 8 p.m. in
the Marathon High School
gym. Luis Gonzalez and
Gerrard "Spook" Roussin,
Middle Keys business own-


ers and avid Marathon High
athletic supporters, are mak-
ing comments as part' of the
ceremony.
* Key West High School
commencement is scheduled
for June 4 at 8 p.m. at
Tommy Roberts Memorial
Stadium off Kennedy Drive.
The speaker is Margaret
.Smith, a former Monroe
County School District
administrator who is now the
superintendent of the Volusia
County schools system.


Each high school is also
hosting its own senior ban-
quet in which awards and
special recognition are pre-
sented, and investiture cere-
monies offering distin-
guished graduating seniors
tassels, pins and cords denot-
ing various scholastic
achievements.
That is also when the vale-
dictorians and salutatorians
of each class are announced.
For detailed information,
visit www.keysschools.com.


EDUCATION CHIEF VISITS
.", -- State Department of Education
Commissioner Eric Smith talks to
.'.' . ... . . ..,. Key West High School ninth- and
- tenth-graders taking part in-the
Take Stock in Children program,
which offers in-state college
tuition to students who meet
mentoring, academic and civic
j requirements. Smith visited Key
West High as well as Gerald
Adams, Poinciana and Glynn
Archer elementary schools, and
Horace O'Bryant Middle School at
the invitation of Florida Board of
Education member John Padget,
who lives in Key West.

Keynoterphoto bySEANKINNEY


NOTICE OF CITY OF LAYTON REGULAR
MONTHLY CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON CITY
ORDINANCE 2010-05-01 CONCERNING OIL
POLLUTION COST RECOVERY FOR RELATED EXPENSES
AND CITY ORDINANCE 2010-05-02 CONCERNING
CODE ENFORCEMENT FINE PROCEDURES.

The City of Layton City Council will meet at 7 pm on Thursday,
June 3, 2010 at layton City HAll, MM 681/2, Long Key.

A Public Hearing for public input on the first reading
of Ordinance 2010-05-01 and Ordinance 2010-05-02
will be held at 7:05 pm on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at
Layton City Hall, MM 681/2, Long Key.

Should a person decide to appeal any decision taken at
the meeting, he or she will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made (Section 283.0105
F.S.1995).

Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, should anyone
require special seating or other accommodations, please call 305-
664-4667 prior to the meeting so that arrangements may be made.

Marjorie Parmenter, CMC
City Clerk


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KEYS FOOTBALL


Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Marathon receiver Armani Hidalgo (1) runs into Coral Shores defenders Courtney Dixon (12) and Gianni Gonzalez (24) after a gain in the Dolphins' 13-0 win in a two-quarter spring
scrimmage Thursday.


Keynoter photp by KEVIN WADLOW
Trevell Beckford (7) of Marathon keeps his eye on Shane
Dipaelo's pass while battling a Florida Christian defender.
Beckford scored on a 70-yard play in the first play. Florida
Christian was up, 8-6, at the end of the two-quarter
scrimmage.

ISLAMORADA FISHING


Bishop


repeats in the


Golden Fly


Carolina
anglers atop
tournament
Sullivan's Island, S.C.,
angler Baker Bishop pre-
vailed for the second year
in a row fishing with Capt.
Brian Helms in the
Outback Golden Fly
Tarpon Tournament, which
took place Monday
through Wednesday off the
Outback Steakhouse in
Islamorada.
Bishop and Helms,
from Homestead, were in
the lead on Day 1. But
Julian Robertson and Capt.
Joe Rodriguez of
Homestead took the lead
on Day 2, catching two


weight fish and two releas-
es. However, Bishop
added one more weight
fish and two releases on
the last day to move into
the winner's circle.
Second runner-up was
past champion David Dalu
of Charleston, S.C., guid-
ed by Capt. Scott Collins
of Marathon.
The senior grand cham-
pion was Bill Rustin of
Raleigh, N.C., fishing with
Capt. Bob Branham of
Plantation in Broward
County.
Total tarpon releases
were 46 and total weight
fish were 20. A weight fish
must have been a mini-
mum of 70 pounds, and a
release fish must have
been 48 inches.


Dolphins stop Canes


in spring sc


Canes struggle
while Marathon
shows promise
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
With an opening score on a
70-yard touchdown pass, Ma-
rathon High School's Dolphins
learned at Thursday's spring
football jamboree they can sur-
vive with unexpected' lineup
changes.
Meanwhile, Coral Shores'
Hurricanes saw a handful of
bright spots, but know they
have a long way to go before
the fall regular-season opener.
The three-team scrimmage
with Florida Christian played
as a series of three games of
two quarters each at George M.
Barley Jr. Memorial Stadium at
Coral Shores.
Florida Christian edged
Marathon, 8-6, and then
powered over Coral Shores,
22-0. In the final contest, the
Dolphins notched a 13-0
decision over Coral Shores.
"I was pretty happy with the
way we played defense in both


games," Dolphin head coach
Lance Martin said. "We played
a lot of young guys both ways."
Rising senior Shane Di-
paelo, penciled in as Mara-
thon's starting tailback, unex-
pectedly moved behind center
when two Dolphin quarter-
backs were dismissed from the
team Thursday morning.
Dipaelo stunned Florida
Christian on the scrimmage's
first play with a long throw' to
rising junior Trevell Beckford,
who battled a Patriot defender
for the ball and turned it into a
70-yard touchdown.
In the scrimmage's final
quarter, Dipaelo shifted to
tailback and reeled off a 45-
yard touchdown run against
Coral Shores, but the score
was negated by a penalty.
"That shows what [Di-
paelo] can do" as a pure run-
ner, Martin said.
Florida Christian answered
on its first drive, grinding out a
relentless 70-yard march
through the Dolphin defense to
score on a short run. The two-
point conversion gave the Pa-
triots the winning points.
The Dolphin defense stiffed,
with linebacker Brenn Aument
making several key stdps.


rimm


Akeem Garvey, a 5-foot-
10 rising freshman, intercept-
ed a Florida Christian pass in
the Marathon end zone to end
one threat, and broke up two
consecutive passes on anoth-
er Patriot drive.
Marathon's defense later
stopped Florida Christian on
a fourth-and-goal from the 3-
yard line, and mounted a late
drive toward the Patriot goal.
A 9-yard catch by Dolphin
receiver Armani Hidalgo got
Marathon close to a score but
time expired.
When the Dolphins met
Coral Slhres, Marathon moved
the ball 70 yards on seven
plays, most coming on a 40-
yard Dipaelo run. He later
escaped for 15 yards.
From the Coral Shores 12, Di-
paelo ran a sweep right, found
the way blocked and reversed
direction to go around the left
end until knocked out of bounds
at the 1-yard line. He scored on
a keeper on the next play.
Later, an interception by
Beckford at defensive back
set up a 56-yard drive against
the Hurricanes, marked by a
20-yard pass to Hidalgo, a
28-yard run by Henri Baptiste
and an 8-yard scoring sweep


iage
by Garvey for the 13-0 lead.
Coral Shores, with a young
offensive line and a first-year
varsity starter at quarterback in
sophomore Andre Whitehead,
struggled in both its contests.
Running back Kyle Hargis
followed blockers including
guard Kody Roberts for a pair
of 11-yard gains, and White-
head scrambled for gains on a
couple plays.
Coral Shores mounted its
best drive in the closing min-
utes, when back David Watson
broke runs of 8 and 7 yards in
a long drive. A 9-yard White-
head run but the Canes close to
their first score, but a deflected
pass in the Marathon end zone
closed the game.
Hurricane veteran linebacker
Courtney Dixon turned in sev-
eral bruising stops. Defenders
Ryan Vasquez, Gianni Gonzalez
and Darryn Bahn also had solid
games, while Addison Duma-
Kenny recovered a fumble for
the Canes' one takeaway.
But an inexperienced defen-
sive secondary got some hard
lessons when Florida Christian
scored on passes of 20 yards,
30 yards and 7 yards.
Preseason practice for the
fall begins in August.


AIMING HIGH


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Keys kiteboarders take advantage of recent winds to get going without power.The rising sport is especially popular
off Anne's Beach in Islamorada and off Veterans Park on Little Duck Key.







2B Saturday, May 22,2010


Living

KEYS SCHOOLS


Members of the , Orral tore rI mIg n b.n
Student Peace
.Alliance successfully I
lobbied the County
Commission for
Space parks'in the
county's parks.

Stu dentsgept OK




for'peace parks'


Commissioners
approve plaques
countywide
All of the parks in unin-
corporated Monroe County
will soon have sections dedi-
cated as "peace parks."
I So decided the Monroe
County Commission on Wed-
nesday, when it unanimously en-


dorsed the idea from the Student
Peace Alliance at Coral Shores
High School in Tavemier.
Peace Alliance President
Annabelle Bricker says plac-
ing plaques in each park that
say "Community Peace
Park: We are all the Keys to
Peace" will bring awareness,
and that "awareness is the
first step to peace."
Students from all areas in
the Keys circulated petitions


asking the County Com-
mission for support. The coun-
ty Parks and Recreation Ad-
visory Board,. as a result of a.
presentation by the students,
had already endorsed the proj-
ect, and county Public Works
Director Dent Pierce provided
the students assistance, as well.
The group has raised $900
andpledged to fund the plaques
for the parks in the Upper Keys.
The students are seeking dona-
tions to purchase plaques for the
rest of the parks in the county.
The Coral Shores Student
Peace Alliance was founded
in 2007 as a response to
Bricker's brother's first tour
of duty in Iraq.


oes, sun and eye protection,
water, shoes, water bottles
and gloves. The Nature Con-
servancy will provide drink-
ing water and trash bags.
A limited number of kay-


With the possibility of oil aks and canoes are available
from the Deepwater Horizon for volunteers who do not
oil-well gush touching Keys have their own.
shores, two Keys groups The area to be cleaned is
have planned "pre-spill" called the John J. Pescatello
coastal cleanup. Torchwood Hammock Pre-
From 8:30 a.m. to noon serve on Little Torch Key.
this morning, the Nature Little Torch Key is at mile
Conservancy holds a clean- marker 28. From U.S. 1
up on Little Torch Key in the southbound, turn left (ocean-
Lower Keys. Volunteers side) onto 'Pirates Road; at
should bring kayaks or can- the end, turn left onto Jolly
KEY LARGO

Kids tumbling through


Preschoolers'
classes teach
how to move
Leslie Bennett Micciche
believes kids need to learn
to how to move early in
their lives.
"It's .imperative young
ones learn balance and
motor coordination before
they begin formal studies in
dance, gymnastics, tae
kwon do or, for that matter,
any movement," she says.
With that in mind, the ex-
perienced dancer is now offer-
ing weekly tumbling classes


for preschoolers. They're cal-
led PlayKidz Gym classes and
are offered at the Joyce Ben-
nett School of Dance & Per-
forming Arts School at mile
marker 98 oceanside.
The classes are parent/
guardian driven; Micciche
instructs the kids as parents
lead their little ones in the
program. The only require-
ment is to wear appropriate
clothes and socks, and have
"a good, positive ready-to-


One's today on
Little Torch,
other's May 29


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Leslie Bennett Micciche gathers with one of her
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Great Prices, Good Service, Good
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Marine * Sales * Repair
Refrigeration * Ice Machines
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,.& Plumbing. Lic #CM 1249419
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Service & Repair
Star Motors
Call 305-289-9992, Marathon

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Serving Most Foreign & Domestic
Cars
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Custom Exhaust Made to Fit
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Particle Board Prices
Sales 743-7277



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Water Extraction / Drying
24 Hour Emergency Service
Serving Middle & Lower Keys
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INSTALLATION
Lic: SP1280 & INSURED
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Materials
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Sales and Installation
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Walgreens



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Eco-Friendly Home Services
Cleaning & House Sitting Services
Comm'l & Res. (305) 289-8607



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Business/Residential Solutions
MS Certified System Engineer
Servers-PCs-networking-CCTV
Kim@TealTech.net 305-481-6981
Lic #LVSS 1278 & Insured



CONCRETE SPECIALISTS
Deco Coatings, Custom Stamping,
Staining & Sealing
Stampover Tile, Terrazzo & Asphalt
Faux Coral Columns & Concrete
Counter Tops
Free Est. & Recession Specials
Lic SP3136 & Insured
* 305-923-0654

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Beautification
Wood Dock Replacement, Concrete
Resurfacing, Boat Lifts, Decorative
Coatings
Free Est. #Eng232
Call Mark 289-7350


SEAMARK CONSTRUCTION
CO.
New Construction
Major Renovations
Commercial * Residential
Lic # CBS 028919
395-0297 395-3316



BEACON
CONSTRUCTION
305-289-7655
Windows * Doors * Concrete Repair
Kitchens * Baths
New Homes * Renovations *
Additions L&S 391B



DELIVERY BOY
. Guaranteed On Time Delivery
305-395-8133
Meals * Food * Office Supplies *
Liquor
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Rhino Marine Services
Fuel & Tank Cleaning
Repair of Gas, Diesel & Outboards
305-896-7888



Gelsomino Contracting
Call Ron Teke (305) 289-8790
Baths* Kitchens* Remodeling*
Repairs
Tile* Painting* Decks* Windows &
Doors. CGC#1513986

Mike Olness Construction
Remodeling * Kitchens * Bath * Tile
Middle Keys 305-240-0817
Lic. & Insured SP3637, SP3638


KEYS PAINTING
35 Yrs. Exp. Very Neat!
Lowest Prices. Quick Service.
Carpentry ? Paperhanging
Pressure Cleaning. Free Est.
Lic. SP910 & Ins. 743-5918



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Using Existing Furnishings *
Affordable Staging for Resale *
Move-ins * Organizing
Lybrand Redesign 305-292-2682
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NEW LIFE PAINTING
Painting * Concrete * Carpentry
Home Repairs (Lic # SP3578)
Call 849-0293 or 743-2431

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THE

YARDMAN
, Beautifying The Keys One
Yard at a Time
Cutting Grass, Bushes & Weeding.
Call 849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP



MARATHON PLUMBING, INC
Sewer Installs * Drain Cleaning
Preventor testing * General
Plumbing
Lic #457 305-304-3055

Ernest E. Rhodes PLUMBING
Licensed CFC1427241
10700 5TH Ave, Gulf, Marathon
743-7072

A BETTER, INC.
Plumbing in the Fla. Keys
SEWER CONNECTIONS
(305)-712-8055 (Lic #CFC057223)


Toby Pools, Inc.
Pool Remodeling/Diamond Brite
Lic. Ins. CC# SPC1500
305-289-7222 or 305-879-1618



POOLS IN PARADISE
Complete Pool Construction Company
Fiberglass & Concrete Poels
Lic# SPC1524
Office (305) 743-1966



EYE CATCHER
DISPLAY & SIGNAGE
Your Keys Sign Superstore!
Call (305) 294-0055



STUMP GRINDING
FREE Estimates
872-9877




Tiki Huts
NEW & REPAIR
305-664-0099
Lic# CYCO00002



LANDMARK WOODWORKING
Specializing in Millwork for Marine Ind.
Call 828-712-8221
Email: landmarkww24@yahoo.com



A/C Service & Repairs
New Systems, Electric Repairs
& Plumbing. Lic #CM 1249419
305-923-1717


List your business for as low
as $47.04.
Call Laura at 743-5551
Deadline: Wednesday at 3pm
for following Saturday issue.
Contractors are required to
list licenses.


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COASTAL CLEANUP

Groups organize


'pre-spill' efforts


Roger Drive and then drive
to the end.
In the Upper Keys, the
Lower Matecumbe Key As-
sociation is leading cleanup
starting at 9 a.m. May 29 at
Anne's Beach in Islamorada,
south of the Caloosa Cove
Marina and Tackle, and at Sea
Oats Beach, the open stretch
of beach oceanside across
from Angelo's general store.
Trash bags will be pro-
vided. Bring water, sun-
screen and gloves...
The Web site www.Keys
Spill.com will post updates
on these and other cleanup.


Key Largo
learn attitude."
Classes are held Tuesdays.
The first class is 9 to 9:45 a.m.
for kids ages 1 1/2 to 2 1/2, the
second is from 9:45 to 10:30
a.m. for ages 2 1/2 to 3 1/2,
and the third is 10:30 to 11:15
a.m. for ages 3 1/2 to 4 1/2.
Cost is $55 for five
weeks. Registration takes
place Tuesday. For informa-
tion, call 852-6116 or send
an e-mail to MrsLeslies
Classes@gmail.com.


FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE SESSION
(Labor Contract Negotiations)
FLORIDA KEYS
MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT
503 107th Street
Marathon, FL 33050
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010
9:15 am
The Executive Session is a closed session for the purpose of
discussing upcoming labor contract negotiations for the
FKAA. The subject matter shall be confined to labor contract
issues and/or strategy sessions related to contract bargaining.
For additional information contact Karen Rodriguez, Director
of Human Resources, P.O. Box 1239, Key West, Florida,
33040, 305 295-2210 or e-mail: krodriguez(afkaa.com


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Saturday, May 22, 2010 3B


White gets degree
before diploma

Graduating Marathon High
School sen-
ior Katie

a c c o m-
plished
something
few students
do: She's al-
ready re-
WHITE ceived her
associate's degree from Flo-
rida Keys Community Col-
lege even before she received
her high school diploma,
through dual enrollment.
The college's graduation
was on May 8. Marathon
High's graduation takes
place June 3.

Author Cimino signs
at.Cover to Cover

T. Rafael Cimino, author
of "Mid Ocean," spent most
of his childhood and young
adult years living in the Upper
Keys. Twenty-five years later,
he is returning with his fic-
tional drama about smuggling
and police corruption in hand,
ready to answer mounting
questions from locals who
lived the real-life saga that
spurred his tale of fiction.
On May 29, Cover to
Cover books in Islamorada
will host Cimino from 1 to 5
p.m. for ia book signing and
question-and-answer sessions.
In "Mid Ocean," special
agent Joel Kenyon, just out of
the U.S. Customs academy, has
been assigned to the Keys. In a
short time he must adjust him-
self to a lifestyleof sandals,
Jimmy Buffet and the quest for
the perfect frozen drink. Set in
1984, "Mid Ocean" takes read-
ers to a Caribbean wild west -
a haven for divers and fisher-
men during the day, a conduit
for smugglers at night.
Cover to Cover Books is in
the Tavernier Towne Shop-
pifig Center, mile marker 91.2.

Old Island Days
pageant is today.

The annual Old Island Days
- Children's Pageant takes place
today at Glynn Archer Ele-
mentary School, 1901 White


St., Key West. Registration
starts at 1 p.m., the pageant at 2.
Categories include most
photogenic, most beautiful,
most handsome, best attire,
prettiest eyes and best smile.

Marathon Moose
marks 50 years today

The Marathon Moose
Lodge is celebrating its 50th
anniversary .today.
A dinner dance with live
music starts with a cocktail
hour at 5 p.m. Tickets are
$15 and everyone is wel-
come. Call 743-6062 for
more information.

Custom cars on
display on Sunday

The Florida Keys South-
ernmost Car Club has its next
monthly Show and Shine
Show set for noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday at the Sugarloaf
Lodge, mile marker 17.
There will be classics,
street rods, low riders and
more. Food will be available.
For information about the
club, call Dick at 942-1758.

Red Hat Society
gathers Tuesday

The Precious Princesses
of Paradise chapter of the
Red Hat Society has its next
monthly luncheon at the
Sunset Grille at the Mar-
athon base of the Seven Mile
Bridge on Tuesday at 12:30
p.m. Call Becky at 289-0106
for specifics.

Railway historian
speaks to trust

Historian Seth Bramson
discusses the Florida East
Coast Railway when he
speaks to the Matecumbe
Historical Trust on Monday
at the Island Community
Church in Islamorada. It
starts at 6:30 p.m.
Bramson is a collector of


railway memorabilia and
wrote the book "Speedway
to Sunshine: The Story of the
Florida East Coast Railway."
He's an adjunct professor of
history at Florida Inter-
national University and Bar-
ry University.
The lecture is free and
open to the public.

Readers group
discusses'Guernsey'

The Marathon Library
Book Discussion Group
meets June 4 at 10 a.m. at
the library to discuss "The
Guernsey Literary and
Potato Peel Pie Society" by
Mary Ann Shaffer. It's a
story about how a Guernsey
Island book discussion
group helped maintain the
sanity of its members dur-
ing five years of Nazi occu-
pation. All readers are wel-.
come.

AARP driving
class offered

An AARP driver-safety
class for people older than
50 is planned for 9 a.m. to 2



Lower Keys

* U.S. Air Force Airman
1st Class
Sarah E.
Pittarelli
has gradu-
ated from
basic train-
Sing at
Lackland
Air Force
PITTARELLI Base, San
Antonio, Texas. She is the
daughter of Karen Weber of
Key West and Mark


p.m. May 29 at Mariners
Hospital in Tavernier. Cost
is $12 for AARP members
and $14 for others.
Successful completion of it
could mean a break on your
auto insurance; ask your
agent. To sign up, call Mary
Lou at 852-1620.

'The Art of Racing'
is book selection

The Key Largo Book Club
meets on June 15 at 7 p.m. at
the Key Largo library, mile
marker 101.4, to discuss "The
Art of Racing in the Rain" by
Garth Stein.
It's "narrated" by an
observant, wise, well-man-
nered dog named Enzo, who
is an important part of a lov-
ing family and who believes
he will be reincarnated as a
human. He loves to watch
race-car DVDs and speed
around a race track with his
owner, and listen to his
owner talk about auto rac-
ing. The book. offers
insights into how dogs
might perceive human
foibles and pain.
For further information
call 852-5756.



Pittarelli of Syracuse, N.Y.,
and a 2007 graduate of Key
West High School.

Upper Keys

SU.S. Navy Seaman
Apprentice Nicholas R.
"Billie" Farrand, son of
Linda and William Farrand
of Key Largo, has complet-
ed basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, 111. Farrand is a 2006
graduate of Coral Shores
High School of Tavernier.


BINGO WINNERS


Upper Keys chapter of the Sons and Daughters of Italy
President Greg Bianchini presents a $1,200 check to Connrie
and Bob Parker after winning, the big prize at an April 30
bingo night.Weekly play at the Key Largo Civic Club begins
at 7 p.m. Friday following an open 6 p.m. pizza social.







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No. 1803900
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MONRQE
COUNTY, FLORIDAt
Case No.: 2010-DR-574-K
JOHN M. PIMENTEL,
Petitioner
and
MARY GICELA MOLINA
MARQUEZ,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: MARY GICELA MOLINA
MARQUEZ
MERIDA, MERIDA
VENEZUELA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you are required to
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serve acopy of your written.
defenses, if any, to it on JOHN.
M. PIMENTEL, whose address
is 1321 20 ST. KEY WEST, FL
33040 on or before May 31,
2010, and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at 530
Whitehead Street, Key West,
FL 33040, before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so,
a default may be entered'
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this case,
including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You
many review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approve(d
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and Information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: April 23 201 0,
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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Marislady Lopez
Deputy Clerk
Publish May 1,8, 15,22,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1875100
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2009-312-M
CENTENNIAL BANK f/k/a
MARINE BANK,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
WITOLD MATERSKI,
GRAZYNA MATERSKI, KEYS
RV MOBILE HOME
CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida
non-profit corporation, et al...
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,
that under and by virtue of a
Order of Deficiency entered by
the Circuit Court In and for
Monroe County, Florida on the
5th day of February, 2010, and
by virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued in the above styled
cause on the 22nd day of April,
2010, I1, Robert P. Peryam,
Sheriff of Monroe County.
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Florida have levied upon and
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidderforcash, subject
to any mortgages or liens
thereon, in the morning on the
2nd day of June 2010, at 10:00
A.M. at 6099 Overseas
Highway #102E, Marathon,
Florida, the interests of
WITOLD MATERSKI and
GRAZYNA MATERSKI
defendants in execution, in the
following described property,
subject to any and all other
liens, taxes, judgments, or 4
encumbrances whatsoever:
ALL MOBILE HOMES
SITUATED UPON 6099
OVERSEAS HIGHWAY
#102E, MARATHON, FL
33050 bearing real property
sticker RP - FL -
5DJTBOU2245004765 and all
attachments thereto.
DATED this 28th day of April,
2010.
ROBERT P. PERYAM, Sheriff
Monroe County, Florida
BY: Rachelle Gates,
Supervisor
Civil Process Division
Publish May 1,8, 15,22,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1895500
IN TIAE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 44-10-CP-58-K
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALBERT F. RIFFLE
Deceased.,
NOTICE TO PATIENTS
The administration of the estate
of Albert F. Riffle, deceased,
whose date of death was
October 30th, 2009, and whose
social security number is
***-**-2967, 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 personal
representative and the
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personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All patients of the decedent are
hereby advised that copies of
the patient records of the
decedents are available from
the undersigned attorney for
the personal representative in
the above referenced matter.
The date of first publication of
this notice is Saturday May 1,
2010.
Personal Representative:
Sherry Deal
7 Revere Court
Barboursville, West Virginia
25504
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
Cunningham Miller, P.A.
2975 Overseas Highway
P.O. Box 500938
Marathon, FL 33050
(305) 743-9428
By: Lesley Rhyne, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 866016
Publish May 1,8,15,22,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1954400
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
BY CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersidnged, DANNY L.
KOLHAGE, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Monroe County,
Florida, will, on the 14th of
June, 2010 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m., at 500 Whitehead Street,
Monroe County, in the City of
Key West, Florida, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidderfor
CASH the following described
properties situated in Monroe
County, Florida, to wit:
SEE ATTACHED LEGAL
DESCRIPTIONS)
Unit #23, LAKE SURPRISE II,
a Condominium, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium recorded in
Official Records Book 1034, at
Page 596D of the Public
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Records of Monroe County,
Florida, together with an
undivided interest orshare in
the common elements
appurtenant thereto, and any
amendments thereto.
Property address:
23 Mangrove Lane, Key Largo,
FL 33037
Unit #29, LAKE SURPRISE 11,
a Condominium, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium recorded in
Official Records Book 1034, at
Page 596, of the Public --
'Records of Monroe County, . -
Florida, together with an
undivided interest or share in
the common elements
appurtenant thereto, and any
amendments thereto.
Property address:
29 Mangrove Lane, Key Largo-,,
FL 33037
Unit #31, LAKE SURPRISE II,
a Condominium, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium recorded in
Official Records Book 1034, at
Page 596, of the Public
Records of Monroe County,
Florida, together with an
undivided interest or share in
the common elements
appurtenant thereto, and any
amendments thereto.
Property address:
31 Mangrove Lane, Key Largop,
FL 33037
Unit #32, LAKE SURPRISE II,
a Condominium, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium recorded In
Official Records Book 1034, at
Page 596, of the Public
Records of Monroe County,
Florida, together with an
undivided interest or share in- "
the common elements
appurtenant thereto, and any
amendments thereto.
Property address:
32 Mangrove Lane, Key Largo,
FL 33037
Pursuant to the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure entered in a
case pending in said Court, the
style of which is:

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principal place of business will be located.

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Seventy students from Key Largo to Key West turned out for the annual end-of-school-year celebration of the Monroe
Youth Challenge Program on May 6 in Marathon. Here, program Director Sunny Booker and Florida Learn & Serve
Director Joe Follman from Tallahassee are flanked on the left by David Makepeace, a science teacher from Coral Shores
High School, and School District Chief Academic Officer Michael Henriquez; and on the right, Superintendent Joseph
Burke and district Chief Operating Officer Jesus Jara.


HEALTH


Pesticides may


Body weight

is a factor

in possibility

Associated Press
ur
,s A new analysis of U.S.
health data links children's
attention-deficit disorder
with exposure to common
pesticides used on fruits and
vegetables.
While the study couldn't
prove that pesticides used in
agriculture contribute to
childhood learning problems,
experts said the research is
persuasive.
"I would take it quite seri-
ously," said Virginia Rauh of
Columbia University, who
has studied prenatal exposure
to pesticides and wasn't
involved in the new study.
More research "will be
needed to confirm the tie, she
said.
Children may be especial-
ly prone to the health risks of
pesticides because they're
still growing and they may
consume more pesticide
residue than adults relative to
their body weight.
lb In the body, pesticides


break down into comp
that can be measure
urine. Almost universal
study found detectable
els: The compounds t
up in the urine of 94 p
of the children.
'The kids with higher
had increased chances o
ing ADHD, attention-
hyperactivity disorder, a
mon problem that causi
dents to have trouble in s
The findings were pub
Monday in Pediatrics.
The children may
eaten food treated with
cides, breathed it in the
swallowed it in their dri
water. The study didn't
mine how they
exposed. Experts sai
likely children who don
near farms are ex
through what they eat.
"Exposure is prac
ubiquitous. We're
exposed," said lead
Maryse Bouchard o
University of Montreal
Sle said people can
their exposure by
organic produce. F
blueberries, strawberry
celery had more pes
residue than other foc
one government report.


play role
pounds A 2008 Emory Unive]
ed in study found that in chili
ly, the who switched to organic
e lev-, grown fruits and vegetal
turned urine levels of pesticide c
percent pounds dropped to ui
tectable or ,close to ui
levels tectable levels.
f hav- Because of known
deficit gers of pesticides in hum
corn- the U.S. Environme
es stu- Protection Agency lit
school. how much residue can
)lished on food. But the new si
shows it's possible event
have allowable amounts of pc
pesti- cide may affect brain ch
air or istry, Rauh said.
inking The exact causes be]
deter- the children's repo
were ADHD though are unc
d it's Any number of factors ci
't live have caused the sympt
posed and the link with pestic
could be by chance.
tically The' new findings
all based on one-time urine s
author ples in 1,139 children
f the interviews with their par
to determine which chili
i limit had ADHD. The child
eating ages 8 to 15, took part
rozen government health survey
es and 2000-2004.
sticide As reported by their
ods in ents, about 150 children
the study either showed


in ADHD

rsity severe inattention, hyperac-
dren tivity and impulsivity charac-
-ally teristic of ADHD, or were
bles, taking drugs to treat it.
om- The study dealt with one
nde- common type of pesticide
nde- called organophosphates. Lev-
els of six pesticide compounds
dan- were measured. For the most
ans, frequent compound detected,
;ntal 20 percent of the children with
mits above-average levels had
stay ADHD. In children with no
tudy detectable amount in their
tiny, urine,' 10 percent had ADHD.
esti- "'This is a well-conducted
lem- study," said Dr. Lynn Goldman
of the Johns Hopkins Bloom-
hind berg School of Public Health
rted and a former EPA administrator.
lear. Relying on one urine sam-
ould ple,for each child, instead of
oms multiple samples over time,
ides wasn't ideal, Goldman said.
The study provides more
are evidence that the government
sam- should encourage farmers to
and switch to organic methods,
ents said Margaret Reeves, senior
dren scientist with the Pesticide
ren, Action Network, an advoca-
in a cy group that's been working
y in to end the use of many pesti-
cides.
par- "It's unpardonable to
n in allow this exposure to contin-
the ue," Reeves said.


The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551
I1


110
Legal Notices
LAKE SURPRISE II
CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL VALET, et. al.;
Defendant(s).
Ab the Docket Number of
whjch is Number 09-CA-72
WITNESS my hand and the
Official Seal of Said Court, t
28 day of April, 2010.
Danny L. Kolhage
Clerk of the Circuit Court
MIbnroe County, Florida
By.Jennifer Setttoon
Deputy Clerk
Florida Statute 45.031: Any
person claiming an interest
to;.surplus from the sale, if
other than property owner a
the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
Publish May 15, 22, 2010;
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2375800
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCLE
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
QIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-CA-587-P
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.P
AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTIO
ONE MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2007-6
ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2007-6,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GREGG PAUL GLAUSEN,
A/K/A GREGG PAUL
GLAUSEN,
MOON BAY CONDOMINIL
ASSOCIATION, INC., eta].
Defendant(s).
MOON BAY CONDOMINIL
ASSOCIATION, INC.,
A Florida non-profit corpora
tion,
Cross-Plaintiff,

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110,
Legal Notices
vs.
GREGG PAUL GLAUSEN,
SR.; ___GLAUSEN,
unknown Upouse of GREGG
PAUL GLAUSEN, SR., if
married; and JOHN DOE, AS
TENANT IN POSSESSION
AND ALL OTHERS IN
POSSESSION,
Cross-Defendant(s).
-P. NOTICE OF
ACTION-CONSTRUCTIVE
* SERVICE - PROPERTY
his
TO: GREGG PAUL
GLAUSEN, SR.
if living, including any unknown
'spouse if either has remarried
and if either or both of said
Cross-Defendant is deceased,
their respective unknown heirs
devisee, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, or
in other persons claimirig by,
any, through, under or against the
as of .named Cross-Defendant or if
he is not known to be dead or
alive; and whose residences
are similarly unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a Claim of
Lien on each of the following
properties in Monroe(County,
Florida, to-wit:
UNIT#B-301, OF MOON BAY
)F CONDOMINIUM
JIT, ACCORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM THEREOF,
AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 678, AT
PAGE 395, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF MONROE
A. COUNTY, FLORIDA,
N TOGETHER WITH ALL
APPURTENANCES
THERETO, AND AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN
THE COMMON ELEMENTS
OF SAID CONDOMINIUM.
Property Address:,
104350 Overseas Highway,
Unit #B301, Key Largo, FL
33037
SR.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
JM copy of yourwritten defenses, i
any, to iton SAMUEL A.
PERSAUD, ESQ.,
Cross-Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is:.Persaud &
JM Nunex, 10631 N. Kendall Drive
Suite 205, Miami, FL 33176, or
- or before June 19, 2010 and file
the original with the Clerk of thi:
Court either before service
upon Cross-Plaintiffs attorney
or immediately thereafter:
jMNw \CONTINUED IN THE NEXT COLUMN


110
Legal Notices
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 12 day
6f May, 2010.
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
as Clerk fo the Court
Jennifer Setton
BY: DEPUTY CLERK
Publish May 22, 29,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2414800
Attention Comcast Cable
customers throughout
I0onroe County:
On June 22,2010 the following
change will occur to your
channel lineup:

* The History Channel,
currently on channel 65 on Full
Basic, will be available on both
channel 65 and channel 126 on
Digital Starter and Digital
Economy.
Please call 305-292-8376 with
any questions.
GENERAL INFORMATION
After a notice of a re-tiering of a
video service or a rate
increase, you may change your
level of service at no additional
charge for a period of 30 days
from the effective date of the
change. Otherwise, changes in
the services you receive at your
request may be subject to the
upgrade or downgrade change
listed on the annual rate card.
Prices are exclusive of
applicable franchise fees,
Communications Services Tax
and related costs, FCC user
fees and taxes. For customers
with commercial accounts or
bulk rate arrangements, some
product, pricing and other
information may not apply.
Upon proper notice, all pricing,
programming, channel
locations and packaging are
if subject to change. All
trademarks are property of their
respective owners. All rights
reserved.
, Publish May 22,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2445800


TheReporte
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110 110 110
Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices


Alex's Auto Wrecking & Parts
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 6/2/2010 9:00:00
AM at111 US Highway 1
# 107, Key West, FL 33040
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. Alex's
Auto Wrecking & Parts
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
3C3EL45X9WT203768
1998 CHRYSLER
3FAHPOGA1AR176270
2010 FORD
CS02092917
UNKN CLASH QUASAR
KMHVF14N1TU239680
1996 HYUNDAI
1 G3NL52TXYC335987
2000 OLDSMOBILE
LJ4TCKPD88YO40038
2007 JMSR
JTEBT17R868033845
2006 TOYOTA
RFTFB50AWXL001009
1999 MUZ
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CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
CONTINUED IN THE NEXT COLUMN


5VPGB16D243000385
2004 VICTORY
JT6GF10U6Y0065251
2000 LEXUS
Publish May 22,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 2454700
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 10-CP-31-P
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GARY ALLEN BICE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of GARY ALLEN BICE,
deceased, whose date of death
was 2 March 2010, and whose
Social Security Number is
xxx-xx-2694, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Monroe
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is 88820 Overseas Highway,
Tavernier, Florida 33070. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
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attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All 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 PERIODS 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
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Saturday, May 22,2010


LOCAL DIRECTORY OF


Holy Eucharist Rite II
Every Sunday � 9 am
Childcare Services
Available



451 West 52nd St., Marathon, FL
305 743 6412


HNEW LIF ICHURICH
4111 Overseas iwy. 43-1165
Sunday
Worship Service - 8am and 10 am
Children's Church - 10 am
Monday
Prayer Meeting 6 - 7 PM
Wednesday
Bible Study - 1PM
Thursday
Youth Services - 6:15 PM
ContempordryPraise and Worship
A Church for The Whole ami/ly


Se ices

Presbyterian Church, USA
Kirk of the Keys
Overseas Highway at 89th Street
Marathon, FL * MM 51.5
Staffed Children's Sunday School & Nursery
Sunday Services: 9 a.m. Contemporary &
11 a.m. Traditional

MARTIN LUTHER CHAPEL
MARATHON LUTHERAN SCHOOL
122nd STREET, GULF * 289-0700
Sunday Service 8:30 & 11:00 am
Bible Study 10:00 am
SCHOOL REGISTRATION
GRADES K-5th

Marathon Church Of God
800 74th Street, Ocean
Sunday Worship & Children's Church
10:45AM
Sunday Evening Worship '6:00PM'
Wednesday Night Bible Study 6:30PM
A Pentecostal Ministry with a Prophetic Voice
"For Godsolwe ithe uvrk..." andso do e!


L.A. Times crossword puzzle
"They're Beside Themselves"- Solution in the May 26 Keynoter


Across
1 Garfield's middle
name
6 Tiptop
10 Timber shaper
13 Big Indians
18 At large
19 Property claim
20 Scripps competition
21 Disqualify (oneself),
in court
22 Introductory
assortment of
wreckage?
.25 Protozoan
26 Swears to
27 Home of Texas
A&M International
University
28 Pooh-pooh
29 Manhattan compo-
nent
30 Boris Godunov, e.g.
31 Lost the point
32 Vardon Trophy org.
35 Be of service to
38 Pointed remark
39 Legal conclusion?
40 One-of-a-kind book?
43 Exercised in a lane
45 Barely earn, without"
47 Online bulletin
board mgr.
48 Pub staple
49 It isn't really a bear
50 Vestige


53 Put in the warehouse
55 Cut down
56 One who follows
the news?
57 Cinnamon tree
60 IV to Ill?
61 River duck
63 Writers
64 Marching start?
65 Place to leave the
flock during vacation?
70 Hobby shop buy
71 Significant times
73 Hard on the eyes
74 Thing to bend or lend
75 Speaks disrespect-
fully to
77 "If it's all the _ to
you ..."
78 Star's opposite
80 'Bow ties and
elbows
82 Early mobile home
84 Soap whose first
slogan was "It floats"
85 Scroogean word'
86 Uses a keyboard
90 Rule of crime writing
91 BlackBerry message
92 Try to get tallow?
94 Fire or side
attachment
96 Secluded lowland
98 Continued
99 Practice, as a trade
100 Comebacks


102 Like some telegrams
103 Dosage amt.
106 Goddess of wisdom
107 Noisy summer bug
109 Artful handling
113 Lost some locks
114 Music for painters?.
116 Feudal lords
117 He played
Quasimodo in 1923
118 Justice's garb
119 Dylan Thomas's home
120 Put in
121 Explosive letters
122 Whack
123 Skiing locale -
Down
1 _Romeo
2 Cloth quantity
3 Cheer
4 Sunflower relative
5 Like Oscar
Madison's room
6 Charity
7 Grafton's"__ for
Corpse"
8 When many a bell
is rung ,
9 As a group
10 More competent
11 Safe document
12 Nonentity
13 Common word in
* rallying slogans
14 Biting /


15 Scallions for an
anniversary party? .
16 Parenthetical com-
ments
17 Withdraw
21 Hawkeye associate,
23 Starting squad
24 Duff
31 Islamic holy month
32 Modern office staples
33 Chap
34 Mule's papa
36 Antares,for one
37 Something to walk on
38 Whalebone
41 Chuck
42 _ nerve
43 Sun, in Spain
44 21-Down's real first
name, on TV
46 Food for sea urchins
49 President under
whom the Peace
Corps was formed
51 Navel phenomenon
52 Expenditures
54 Hawaii's"Gathering
Place"
55 Other side
57 Pirate booty holder
58 Halos
59 Short treatise on
junk e-mail?
60 Luxury seating
62 Discounted
66 Fires uo


67' Split, as some hoofs.,
68 Round Table knight>
69 Starbucks buy
72 As _onTV
76 Indicates
79 Fido's dinnertime ;
extra
80 Trim, as apples
81, Semi-serious"Il
understand"
83 Casey Jones, e.g.
85 Cottage-
87 Lassie, once
88 Slender swimmer.
89 5-Down place
92 Thinks over
93 Up to
94 Like productive land
95 Hang on to .
97 Reporters chase
them
98 Largest of the
Marianas
101 Outcropping
102 Meager
104 Hoodwinks
105 Step on it
107 Breton, e.g.
108 Privy to
109 Pump inserts
110 Storage cylinder
111 Trickle
112 Start of North
'Carolina's motto
115 Many a Wharton grad


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The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551


110
Legal Notices
this notice is May 22,2010.
Personal Representative:
TERRI BICE
1253rd Lane '
Key Largo, FL 33037
TOM WOODS, ESQ.
Attorney for Personal
Representative .
171 Hood Avenue, Suite 21
Tavernier, FL 33070
Telephone: (305) 853-2552
Florida Bar No. 0525197
Publish May 22,29,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter

120
Fictitious Names


No.2457300
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage in business under
the fictitious name of HOME
GROWN located at 105 PALM
AVENUE, in the County of
MONROE, in the city of
ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA
33036 intendsto register the
said name with the Division of
Corporations of the Florida
Department of State,
Tallahassee, Florida.
KEN VICKERS, OWNER
Publish May 22,2010.
Florida'Keys Keynoter

170 A
Personals

? BRILLIANT!
BEAUTY, J. Sanders,
you're lost! It's true, but you're
me & I'm U. Volunteer, it's not
an option, it's a duty. "Dan the
Jenious", don't you know?
www.keysspill.com t

200
EMPLOYMENT

26004 General -
Miscellaneous

Boat Cleaning, Maintenance.
Repair; pick-up & delivery.
Experience required. Must
have valid Driver's License.
Marathon. 305-481-7006
C/A SERVICE TECH
Minimum 5 years exp. Must
have basic hand tools. Please
apply in person, Windswept
A/C. 2735 0/S Hwy, Marathon.


260 * General -
Miscellaneous'


' 260* General-
Miscellaneous


Vacation Travel Club
TRAVEL TRAVEL TRAVEL
Ever Dream Working in the Travel Field?
Help us book our clients all over the world Members onlyTravel Club relocated
from Michigan to ey argo and we need your help in different department.
If you always wanted to work in the travel field, this job is for you!
Customer Service Representative
and Travel Agent positions will go fast.
Computer and phone experience a plus.
This is not a Telemarketing position.
Please call now at 305-853-5800
M-F, 10am - 5pm to set up your Interview.

Y p g helMiamietralb d
MiamiHerand.comr


Newspaper


carrier wanted

for the Key West area.

Deliver our newspaper seven days a
week between 4:30 a.m. & 7 a.m.
This route pays approx. $400 a week.

Please Call Ted Due at
743-5551 ext. 19-, .


DIVE BOAT CAPTAIN Licensed property MGR.
HALL'S DIVING CENTER Good customer service &
Marathon, FL is seeking full computer skills necessary.
time & part time Captain w/ Qufckbooks & general
Masters License. Must hold a knowledge in bookkeeping. For
Divemaster certification or be a interview call 305-451-0232.
certified diverwho will train to Markeys Marine now hiring
DM level, have strong custom- FT Riggery's Mariust be exphiring
er relation skills, a professional Mercury, Yamaha, BRP. Apply
appearance and able to per- Mr ur aB. Apl
form routine vessel mainte-s-Sat...MM98
nance as scheduled. Contact 305-852-3537
Bob Brayman or Randy Botteri OUTDOOR RESORTS
at 305-743-5929 to pick up P/T Gate Attendant.
application or e-mail; resume to Weekends a must.
randvyhallsdiving.com. Call 305-664-4860 or 664-3046
DRIVER NEEDED i lOnHI
Clean driving record a MUSTI LUU I
Must speak English. Apply in Part Time Office Cleaning
person from 12-3, M-F, at Ore , Immediate hire. Daytime. Key
Seafood, 1264 Ocean View Largo, Islamorada & Layton.
Ave., end of 15th St., Marathon. MUST be reliable. Drug Free
Workplace. 743-0697 Iv msq
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551 CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


260 * General,
Miscellaneous


260 * General -
Miscellaneous


260 * General -
Miscellaneous


J E W E L R Y
A Fine Jewelry Retailer
Is currently accepting applications for the following position:


Retail Sales Associate
Applicants must posess excellent customer service skills, be highly
motivated and dependable to be considered. Sales experience helpful.
Great personality a must!

Please apply in person
81915 Overseas Hwy, Islamorada
305-664-8004


Now Hiring
Sales Inspector
Paid Training. Company Vehicle,
Medical, Dental & Vision care.
Paid Sick Days. Excellent
opportunities for advancement.

Call Stella Diaz for appt.
305-451-0064
or 305-394-1322

TOM THUMB
FOOD STORES
Seeking
MANAGER
in Marathon
Salary based on
experience. Bonuses,
Medical, Profit Sharing,
Credit Union and
vacation.
Call Carlos at
786-295-5307

PLUMBER, EXPERIENCED
Benefits, paid vacation &
holidays. Health Insurance.
Clean driving record. Marathon
area. 305-743-5357


265
Healthcare


260 * General -
Miscellaneous
Reservation Agent- 35 hours
per week permanent position.
Must be a Scuba Instructor,
Multi-lingual and have 2 years
resort experience,
Call Joe at 305-451-1113
Ocean Divers
522 Caribbean Dr,
Key Largo 33037
www.oceandiversidc.com


CALL-CLASSIFIED 743-5551 CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


265
Healthcare


260 * General -
Miscellaneous '
SALES POSITION
Must have bait experience,.
bi-lingual helpful, and have
office skills Apply in person
from 12-3 M-F, at Ore Seafood,
1264 Ocean View Ave., end of.
15th St., Marathon.

WANTED - Sewer for Marine
canvas and upholstery.
Exp. needed. Key Largo
305-451-5670


BH 0 S P I T A L

Pharmacy Technician,
Surgical Technician
Registered Nurses (ER/ICU)

PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE GROUP
Clinic Nurse
Apply to: 3301 Overseas Highway * Marathon, FL 33050
www.mfish ennshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 289-6406 * FAX: (395) 743-3962
E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace


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6B Saturday, May 22,2010


Keys Arts and Entertainment this week


Dance Factory

takes over Williams


The recital
is scheduled
for May 29
The Dance. Factory of Key.
West presents its annual
recital May 29 at the
Tennessee Williams Theater
on Stock Island
Two performances are
planned, at 1 and 6:30 p.m., that
will showcase more than 20
students performing ballet, tap,
jazz, hip hop and lyrical styles.
The production, called
"Color My World," begins
with tap, hip hop, ballet and
jazz numbers featuring
dancers ages 4 to 18 cos-
tumed in variations of black


and white to bring penguins
in the story to life. Musical
selections include "Boogie
Wonderland" and "Somebody
to Love."
Featured dancers are
Samantha Grizzle, Emily
Young, Claire Young,
Marliese DeMauro, Ryan Star
Gage, Alannah Shanle,
Megan and Cara Michaud,
Katelyn Varela, Megan
Atwell, Kyra Bruein, Camille
Herce and Hannah Griffin.
Act II brings the youngest
students to the stage as purple
people eaters and geeks in
pink. Songs include "Blue
Suede Shoes" and "Brown
Eyed Girl."
Tickets are $10, $15 and'
$20.


Summer outposts are


bastions for readers
"When I first moved to
Key West and spent the sum-,
mers in.town, this library was
a place to pass the days i
browsing and reading about
the old days on this island'for
songs that I would eventually \
write -- and it was air condi-
tioned.... Thanks for keeping
me cool in those hot, happy
summers not so long ago and Y. L
being my office before I could
afford one."
- From a handwritten let-
ter from Jimmy Buffett to the
Key West library (now part of
the Florida History Room
archives) dated Oct. 22, 1984.
Keys libraries
a perfect way
to spend summer
By JENNIFER O'LEAR
L'Attitudes Contributor-


Kids compete in


ballroom

Six schools
represented
at the event

The Keyswide Colors of
the Rainbow Dancing lass-
rooms ballroom dance compe-
tition hits the stage at 3 p.m.
May 22 at the Key West High
School auditorium.
Students in fifth through
eighth grade compete, and
schools represented are Glynn


style
Archer Elementary, Sigsbee
Elementary, Sugarloaf,
Marathon Middle, Stanley
Switlik Elementary, and
Plantation Key School. The
founder of the Dancing
Classrooms program, Pierre
Dulaine, will emcee the event.
Dancing Classrooms, a
collaboration of the
Educational Coalition for
Monroe County in collabora-
tion with the American

* See Dance, 7B


As days in the Keys turn
Longer and hotter, as the rhy-
thm of island life turns from
slow to slower, people begin to
look. for spaces and events that
will help them keep their cool
during the upcoming months
of prolonged daylight and
unrelenting heat.
For folks engaged in season-
al work, the heat and lull may
mean a hard-earned vacation
and/or a cycle of intensive pre-
paration for the next spate of
business. For others, including
doctors, cops and elected offi-
cials, it may mean no notice-
able schedule changes at all.
But for the thousands of stu-
dents enrolled in Monroe"
County schools, it means that


Photo by JENNIFER O'LEAR
The Key West library celebrated its golden anniversary in November. Although libraries
Keyswide will offer a variety of events for children and adults,there will be some changes
in Key West's usual slate of computer offerings and adult book clubs due to technical
upgrades and changes in the library's layout.


there's only a week left until
the start of summer vacation
(not including weekends 'or
Memorial Day). And for par-
ents like me, it signals the
impending commencement, of
79 days worth of summer activ-
ities (not including weekends or
July 4). Not that I'm counting.
Along with the few brief
camps, workshops and clinics
my kids are slated to attend
this year, they'll spend a good
deal of time at an outfit I call
"Camp Mom," where the


daily activity log will contain
entries that range from easy-
going outdoor diversions
(swimming, beach-combing,
picnicking, popsicle-eating)
and indoor "pajama days" to
nerve-racking sessions of
room cleaning and instrument
practicing (not for the faint of
heart, I assure you).
. We'll also enjoy bike trips
to sites of interest in our
neighborhood, as well as mini
road trips to places throughout
the Keys that we don't usually


get to explore during the
August-to-May whirl of a
school year.
High up on the list of places
to visit are all five of the Mon-
roe County Public Library's ,
branches: Key Largo, Islamor-
ada, Marathon, Big Pine and
Key West. Each has a spirit all
its own which, when given its
due, changes the place from a
stop to a destination.
Looking for an island hub
* See Library, 10B


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Saturday, May 22,2010 7B


Singers fest wraps


this weekend


Five locations
hosting all
kinds of bands
The Key Largo Singers
and Songwriters Festival
wraps up this weekend
with shows at four Key
Largo venues. Here's the
schedule for May 22:
* Jimmy Johnson's Big
Chill, mile marker 104: 3
to 4 p.m., Pamela Rose,
George Rivero and Dennis
Garrett; 4 to 5 p.m.,
Coffee House Gypsies; 5
to 6 p.m., Keith McCurdy.
* Sundowners, mile
marker 103.9: 3 to 4.p.m.,
Bill Davidson; 4 to 5
p.m., Megan Conner,
Leland Grant and Hailey
Steele; 5 to 6 p.m.,
Pamela Rose and George
Rivero; 6 to 7 p.m.,
Coffee House Gypsies; 7
to 8 p.m., Keith McCurdy;
8.to 9 p.m., Golden
Buddha Pharaoh; 9 to 10
p.m., Hyllus Band; 10 to


11 p.m., Hard Drive.
* Senor Frijoles, mile
marker 103,9: 6 to 7 p.m.,
Jimmy Hawkins, Megan
Conner, Leland Grant and
Hailey Steele; 7 to 8 p.m.,
Paul Moen, Bryant
Diersing and Dennis
Garrett; 8 to 9 p.m.,
Coffee House Gypsies; 9
to 10 p.m., Jimmy
Hawkins, Megan Conner,
Leland Grant and Hailey
Steele; 10 to 11 p.m.,
Golden Buddha Pharaoh.
* Caribbean Club, mile
marker 104: 11 p.m. to
3:30 a.m., Luke Sommer
Glen.
Here's the schedule for
May 23:
* Snappers Waterfront,
139 Seaside Ave.: 5 to 7
p.m., Joe Mama, Paul
Moen and Bryant
Diersing.
* Caribbean Club: 7 to
9:30 p.m.: Jimmy
Hawkins Jam.
The schedule is subject
to change.,


Youths compete


From Dance, 6B

Ballroom Theatre NYC and
Monroe County School
District, began with a pilot
program at schools in

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Marathon in January 2009
and expanded to Upper and
Lower Keys schools this
spring.
Event admission is $4 for
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won the Best of Show award at the third annual From A
Woman's Hand show, held May 8 at the SoDu Gallery on
Duval Street in Key West. Black has been exhibiting her
work in the Keys since 1990 after starting her career in
Nantucket. She shows at Gallery Key West, Gallery
Morada in Islamorada and the Key West Art Center.

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ALL AMERICAN COINS &
CURRENCY-SILVER & GOLD
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Dollar! Old Pennies to Large
Bills. Call (305) 743-5780
545 * Yard Sales-
Flea Markets
ISLAMORADA HUGE YARD
SALE! MM82, Bayside, directly
across from Burger King. Lots
of nautical, hshold goods etc.
8AM, Fri, Sat. & Sunday.
MARATHON
HUGE YARD SALE!
202 20th St., Ocean. Sat, 8-?
Furniture, misc'l, hshold, lots of
everything. Lookforsigqns.
MARATHON YARD SALE
Island Club, 9 Sombrero Blvd,
Unit 108. Furniture & lotsof
stuff! Sat, 5-22 & 5-29.8-12.
MOVING SALE
Sat only, 5/22, 7am - ?
173 30th St. Ocean,
Marathon.
1/2 Acre Nautical & Sail/Pow-
er boat yard sale. Saturday.
MM 99.3. For list of stuff & I
mean lots of stuff go to
floridakeysyardsale.com
575
Pets,

SHI-TZU PUPPIES
$250 each. Call Mary
317-492-7535 for info.
Located in Marathon.
590
Miscellaneous
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and Pilot
Watches. Old model Military
clocks & watches.
Call 305-743-4578
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
36" LP Gas griddle with stand.
$1200 obo.
* 305-743-6519
Stainless refrig., $350.
Nice wood swingset/club-
house, inflatable kayak,
inflatable jump castle, make'
offer. MM 100.305-849-0659.


100s of 'Beds
Factory Direct to You
4 pc. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369
Dinettes, Fuons, Recliners
Simmons Beautyrest
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FINANCING AVAILABLE
Marathon * MM 54.5 * 743-7277
Big Coppitt * MM 9.5 " 295-8430
TOOLS-qep 10" 2 hp tile saw;
airless paint sprayer; Coleman
5500 generator, $200 ea; gas
weedeater $40; gas leaf blower
$40,chst freezer $35.240-0817

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610 * Business
Opportunities
Investors wanted for Keys
Real Estate project. Secure in-
vestment with great return.
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INVESTOR WANTED to run
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Capt. or person w/ fishing
knowledge.
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Homes for Rent
AFFORDABLE MM93
2 BR, 1 BA, with office, clean.
W/D, central A/C, Irg yard,
shed, boat ramp, beach.
$995/mo F/S. 954-347-9648
BIG PINE COTTAGE
A/C, clean, quiet, single bed,
full closet & bath. No dogs.
$750/mo F/L/S includes elect &
water. (305) 849-1876
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$1450/mo., F/L/S. Includes
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Util Incl: Power, Water, Cable
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Duck Key 2/2 duplex on canal;
Marathon 1 BR condo,
$900/mo; Marathon 3 BR
hbuse w/pool, $2500/mo.
MK Rentals 305-481-6972
MARATHON 2/1 fenced yard,
W/D, D/W, tile floors, pets ok.
1st + sec dep. $1100/mo.
Available immediately.
425 65th St. 305-393-3926
WATERFRONT
MARATHON 3/2 Deep water
Ocean Front, views forever!
Hot Tub, updated, 50ft. Dock
Unfum/fum. $2300/mo.
Avail June. 732-674-3451
MARATHON 4 BD, 2 BA,
2005 HOME. Washer& dryer,
unfum, pets OK w/deposit.
$1700/mo. References
needed. F/L/S. 305-731-3938
MARATHON BEAUTIFUL
Clean 3/2.5 Townhouse, W/D,
A/C, Carport, Community Pool.
Unfum., $1850/mo F/L+$1000
Security. (305)942-9711 -
Marathon - Flamingo Island.
Beautiful, private 3 BR, 3 BA
canal front home with dockage.
W/D, partially furn, carport.
$1900/mo. 440-503-7500
MARATHON Large Family
Home. 4 BR, 2 BA, large fen
yard with deck. $1600/mo,
poss lease option. 305-
731-4777 or 305-451-7022
MM103 Oceanside Ground
level 2/2. Large lot, Mexican
tile, C-A/c $1200 mo
305-451-1353
ONE MO. FREE RENT MM 95
Oceanside, 2 Bed, 2nd floor, in
4 plex, nice apartment on
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Clean, Lg Lot.
Pets ok, tile floor, W/D.
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8B Saturday, May 22, 2010


Wailers lead keys show


Techno Dread,
Resolvers
also playing

The Original Wailers,
Techno Dread and The
Resolvers get the reggae
going with a May 22 show
at 6 p.m. at the Truman
Waterfront in Key West. It's


dubbed the One Love
Festival.
The Original Wailers fea-
ture Bob's Marley's former
sidemen Junior Marvin and
Al Anderson with an eight-
piece band complete with
female backup singers.
Techno Dread features
members who've played in
Burning Spear, Rita Marley,
Culture and Third World.


The Resolvers are reggae
rock and pop. They even
have a reggae remake of
Pink Floyd's "Breathe."
Tickets are $22 in
advance, $30 at the gate.
The Truman Waterfront is at
the end of Southard Street
in Key West, through
Truman Annex.
Bring a folding chair or
blankets.


Barefoot Man plays Mallory


Benefit show
Sunday helps
Wesley House
On Sunday from 6 to 8
p.m. at Mallory Square in Key
West, Wesley House Family
Services brings the Barefoot
Man and the Sea n' B Band to
Key West for a sunset concert.
Proceeds benefit Wesley..
House, an umbrella social-


services agency that served
more than 2,600 children and
families in Monroe County the
past year.
Based in the Cayman
Islands, the Barefoot Man
plays a mixture of calypso,
reggae and soca, with a little
country and a lot of humor
mixed in.
Tickets are available at
www.KeysTix.com. Limited
reserved table seating is avail-
able for $50 per person.


General admission is $25 in
- advance and $35 at the gate.
General admission guests are
welcome to bring chairs or rent
them at the event:. Food'and
beverages will be available.
Gulfstream International
Airlines/Continental
. Connection has donated two
round-trip tickets for anywhere
they fly in Florida and the
Bahamas to raffle at the event.
Raffle tickets can be purchased
or at the event for $10 each.


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MARATHON, KEYS RV
1br/1ba TRAILER
$600/mo, cable TV included
305-731-5042'
MARATHON KEYS RV
Largest Ocean Front Lot
$350/week or $900/month.
Cable included. 305-731-3400
725 * Apt -Condo -
Duplex for Rent
A MOVE IN NOW From $199
week. MARATHON. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furnished.
All utilities & cable Included.
305-289-0800
Ample 2/1 apt. MM 98.
Concrete building. Great kitch-
en & bath. Big closets. Over
1000 sq. ft. Pets OK. $975 mo.
incl water. MUST SEE.
"305-851-1577.
ANNUAL RENTAL KCB
14 Clara Blvd, 1/1 newly
remodeled, tile, W/D, A/C.
No smoking. Pets negotiable.
$950. F/L/S. 216-288-8443


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Duplex for Rent
ANNUAL RENTALS
Marathon: 2/2 Condo $950;
2/1 Apt. $850; 2/1 MH, $775.
Call Barbara at CBSRE
305-289-6499
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE 2nd
floor 1 BR FURNISHED apt on
Houseboat in Marathon.
$875/mo + $400 dep. No
smoking, pets or parties.
Call 703-895-9841
BIG PINE 1 BR, 1 BA, new
carpet, on clean swimming
canal, $800/mo. + partial util.
305-872-0622 or 304-4205
BIG PINE KEY 2/1. Tile, W/D
hookup, storage, in Key Deer
Refuge, peaceful, clean.
$995, F/L/S. 706-969-9082
BIG PINE KEY Large 2/1
duplex on canal. Close to Winn
Dixie, tiled floors, W/D, fenced
yard, patio, garage. $1225/mo,
F/L/S. 305-872-2947
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725'* Apt- Condo -
Duplex for Rent
Efficiency MM89 Old Hwy
Tile, A/C
$700 mo incl. elect & water
305-451-1353
GRASSY KEY EFFICIENCY
Furn, incl util, cable, WiFI.
$675/mo. F/$300 dep. 305-
360-4430 or 786-325-5454
ISLAMORADA Extra large
2 BR apt. $1200/mo. & $1500
security dep. Furnished, utili-
ties and cable included. Yearly
lease. 305-664-8033
ISLAMORADA MM80 3/2
Condo fully fdrn, top fir, great
privacy, highest view point in
the Keys! Avail monthly or
longer, Apr to Dec. Call Bruce
for more info 305-937-8111
KCB Half Duplex. 2 BR, 2 BA,
dockage, W/D, tiled floors,
central A/C, ceiling fans.
$1000/mo, F/L/S. 481-8254

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


725 * Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent,
KCB OCEANFRONT
1/1 furnished ground level
condo, SANDY BEACH!
$1150/mo + util. No pets or
smoking. F/L/S. 743-5173
Key Colony Beach 2/2, newly
renovated, beautiful condo on
private beach on ocean, heated
pool. Avail. for long term rental
thu Dec.., no pets. 743-0173
KEY LARGO, MM 105
1 BR, 1 BA, ground level. H/O
park & boat ramp, big yard,
Pets nego, no smoking. $800
+ util. F/L/S. 954-790-7157
KEY LARGO NEW Studio
Apt. MM104, Furn, residential,
tile floor, A/C, No drugs, No
Smkg, No Pets, $750 mo incl.
Utils .....954-472-1296 or
954-816-0122_
LITTLE TORCH KEY- duplex,
2 BR, 1.5 BA, on canal w/40'
dockage, W/D, no pets.
$1100/mo. F/L/S. (305)
304-2786 or (305) 872-9184
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551

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725 * Apt - Condo -
Duplex for Rent
LONG KEY, MM 68.5,1/1
gorgeous, all new! Canal, patio,
dockage. W/D, A/C, cable wifi
incl. $1100 mo. 410-279-4026
MARATHON
10877 and 10875 6TH AVE
GULF. 3 BR. Section 8
approved. A/C. Includes
gardner. 305-743-5438
MARATHON 1/1, large
unfurnished, upstairs, A/C,
appliances, Laundry access.
MM48. $750/mro. F/L/S. Call
305-289-1150 Available today!
MARATHON
174- 26th St. Effcy.
Water incl. $560/mo + utils,
+ $560 security. Call 394-3923
MARATHON
1 BR, 1 BA, LR, DR, canal front,
with dockage, $1250/mo. F/L.
(305) 743-0404
MARATHON 1 BR, 1 BA
Unfurn apt. $675/mo incl water.
91st St.
Tenant pays electric & cable.
Call (305) 743-5624


725 * Apt" Condo -
Duplex for Rent

MARATHON 1 BR In HALF
DUPLEX Quiet neighborhood.
$800/mo ALSO EFFICIENCY
$600/mo. F/L/S. 743-2300
MARATHON 1 large BR, living
room, kitchen, new laundrymat
on premises. Centrally located.
$850 mo incl water and
garbage. 305-393-9345
MARATHON 2/2 Furnished &
very clean. Quiet neighborhood
37.5' dock on clean canal.
$1550 mo. 305-731-6739
MARATHON 3/2 unfurn apt.
Non-waterfront. $1300/mo +
utils. Call Marcy 305-289-6505
Goldwell Banker Schmitt
Marathon A cute studio apt.
in Little Venice. Furnished or
unfurnished, utilities included.
$850'/mo F/L. (305) 743-0404
MARATHON Charming effcy
apt In nice neighborhood, with
private yard. $750 mo incl utils.
Call Andy 561-212-3045
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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* ALL YOU CAN EAT BARBEQUE
Sat. & Sun. Noon - 3pm

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* Sunday Special at Noon - J.R. Blues on the Beach
with Iwalani's Hawaian Show (Noon-3pm)
Friday: Billy Davidson 6-10pm Sunday: Sam Milner 12-4pm
Saturday: Jessic Atkins 12-4pm Derrick Herring
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Solomon's photos
go on display

Michigan photogra-
pher and professor Paul
R. Solomon, in the mid-
die of a residency at The
Studios of Key West, is
showing photographs
from his photo project
"The Jones Beach
Series."
It opened at the
Studios, 600 White St.,
on Thursday and will
remain on display
through Wednesday.
"The Jones Beach
Series" is a collection of
two dozen portraits that
explore the effect of sun-
tanning. The subjects were
people who selectively
darkened their body with
exposure to the sun.
To create the photo-
graphs, Solomon traveled
to Jones Beach in New
York over three consecu-
tive summers. The New
York Department of Parks
and Recreation granted
him permission to erect a
12-foot-by-12-foot tent
on the beach that served
as a temporary studio.
Working with two assis-
tants, Solomon recruited
people from the beach
vwh6 were photographed
with a Hasselblad camera.


'Broadway Cares'


comes to Key West


Musical night
a prime part
of PrideFest
A "Broadway Cares" pro-
duction to raise money for
services for people .with AIDS
is to be a highlight of Key
West's PrideFest celebration
June 9 through 13.
Performances are set for 6
and 8 p.m. June 11 at the
Waterfront Playhouse at
Mallory Square.
"Broadway Cares" stars sea-
soned stage and screen talents
Felicia Finley and Kevin Spir-
tas. Finley's Broadway credits
include roles in "The Wedding
Singer," "Aida" and "Smokey
Joe's Cafe," while Spirtas is
known as Dr. Craig Wesley


Birthdays, corporate Events,
End of School Celebrations, Etc.
AFFORDABLE FUN!
2 Tracks * Timing System * Arcade * Lap Time Printouts * Snack Bar * Beer & Wine
Sat. I lam-10pm * Sun. I lam-9pm * Weekdays 3pm-10pm
* Closed Tuesed


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from the soap opera "Days of
Our Lives" and has performed
in Broadway productions
including "A Chorus Line" and
"Meet Me in St. Louis."
The duo will present a
high-spirited evening of
music, ranging from show
tunes to pop standards, that
reflects their experiences in
film, television and the
Broadway stage.
The production is brought
to PrideFest audiences by
Broadway Cares/Equity
Fights AIDS, one of the
United States' top industry-
based, nonprofit AIDS
fundraising and grant-making
organizations.
Drawing on support from
the American theater commu-
nity, the organization has
raised more than $175 million


RT ACING & ARC
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since 1988 to help people with
AIDS and other critical illness-
es, and groups that help them.
Tickets for "Broadway
Cares" are $30 per person. To
purchase tickets, click here or
call 294-5015.

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/Shrek Forever After
- 3D(PG) .
1:55, 4:05, 7:10, (9:20)
/ MacGruber (R)
2:35, 4:40, 7:20, (9:25)

' Robin Hood (PG-13)
1:05, 4:00, 6:55, (9:50)
Letters to Juliet (PG)
1:45, 4:25, 7:10, (9:30)
Iron Man 2 (PG-13)
1:50, 4:30, 7:15, (9:55)
/Sorry, No Movie Passes
() Fri. & Sat. Only
Tavernier 5 Cinema
91264 Overseas Hwy, Tavernier


MATINEE


MADNESS!

Every Wednesday 2 PM
This week:
The Birds
(Admission is one non-perishable food item
to help the community food bank)




Movie Times


Regal Cinemas
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on
weekends.
Letters to Juliet (PG) 4:25,7:30 & 10:10
* Robin Hood (PG-13) NO PASSES: 4:05,7:05 & 10:05
IroanMan 2 (PG-13) NO PASSES: 4:15,4:30,7:15,
7:25,10:00 & 10:15
* Furry Vengeance (PG): 4:20,7:20,9:50
* A Nightmare on Elm Street (R): 4:10,7:10 &
9:55

Tropic Cinema
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* The Secret in Their Eyes (R): 2:00, 5:15,7:45
* City Island (PG-13): 1:45,4:00, 6:15,8:30
* Kick-Ass (R): 8:15
* The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (NR): 2:15,
5:00,8:00
* The Joneses (R): 1:30,3:45,6:00

Marathon Community Cinema
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
* Shrek Forever After (PG): Weekdays: 7:00 and
9:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 2:00,7:00 and
9:30 p.m.

B&B Theatres - Tavernier Cinema 5
Tavernier Towne Plaza, Tavernier, 853-7003
*Fridays and Saturdays only
* Shrek Forever After 3D (PG) NO PASS: 1:55,4:05 &
7:10; *9:20
* MacGruber (R) NO PASS: 2:35,4:40 & 7:20; *9:25
* Robin Hood (PG-13) NO PASS: 1:05,4:00 & 6:55;
*9:50
* Letters to Juliet (PG): 1:45,4:25 & 7:10, *9:30
* Iron Man 2 (PG-13):1:50,4:30 & 7:15; *9:55


725 * Apt- Condo -
Duplex for Rent
MARATHON, duplex apt 1000
sq ft., 2/2,10803 6th Ave Gulf.
Very sturdy construction above
flood plane. $900 mo + util.
F/L/S. 289-1887 Iv msg clearly
Marathon Efficiency
Furnished, pool. Great location!
$650/mo - Deposit Negotiable,
Call 743-2857,304-9758
MARATHON small 1 bd apt,
newly remodeled, furn or
unfum. On canal. With patio,
and laundry. No pets.
$1000/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
305-743-8330,305-684-2190
MARATHON Small Efficiency
, Unfurnished, use of washer &
'dryer. No pets. $700/mo.
.includes water & electric. $200
deposit. 743-7580
Marathon/Sombrero Bch Rd.
.2/1.5, townhouse. Hebtted pool,
dock, walk to high school &
beach, 6 mo. min. lease. $1300
mo. F/L/S. 743-7995
MARATHON Waterfront furn
effcy $875/mo, inci water &
elec. Call Marcy 305-289-6505
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
MM 105 - Canal Front - Furn.
2/1 Downstairs APT. Covered
prkg. W/D & dockage avail.
$1250 incl. util, cable & wi-fl
305-451-1380
.MM 82.51/1 Waterfront APT.
unfurn. Access to 300 ft pier.
F/L/S $975 mo. yrly. lease.,
305-393-1009.
Oceanfront l/1
MM 89 Funished,
All uitls incl CALL
954-821-8533.
PORT LARGO 1 BDRM.
$525 + util. Carport, newly
remodeled. 1st and last.
305-647-4518


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725 Apt - Cond. - 750 .
Duplex for Rent Vacation Rentals


1/1 Duplex on Deep water
Canal 3 house from ocean
MM100. Turnkey- Furn with
Dockage, Pvt drive & entry.'
$1550 mo. utils incl. Keith
561-718-1259 email for photos
Kcordero911 yvahoo.com
1/1 Furnished with Lg Kitch &
Bath & great area. $800 mo inci
Utils. HOAw boat ramp &
beach MM 94.. 216-347-2378
1 BR part. furn oceanside
apt. Unique. Possible
dockage. MM 103. $775 plus
util. 305-905-6867.
1 BR/1 BA Furn. apt. MM 75.1.
On Ocean/beach. No pets/
smoking $1200 mo inci until &
cable. 305-664-9504
740 * Roommates -
Rooms for Rent
COUCH FOR RENT
$75 per week or $250 month.
First/Last. Utilities incl.
Marathon 305-896-0612
"- 750 : .
Vacation Rentals,
Affordable Rates
Daily-Weekly-Monthly Luxury
Vacation Villas Key Largo to
Key West Call 305-853-5000
keyscaribbean.com
HOMES&CONDOS
STARTING AT $3000/M0.
Marathon - Duck Key.
Call Barbara at CBSRE,
305-289-6499 '
KEYS/MARATHON Beautiful,
Oceanside canal front homes
w/dock, boat ramp. 2-3 BRs.
$1100/wk. 561-351-8737 '
www.keyshouseforrent.com
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-55651


Summer Vacation in Mainel
Rooms and Cottages
available nightly or weekly on
beautiful Sebago Lake! Call
207-892-2698 or visit us at
www.sebagolakelodge.com
790 * Business
Property for Rent
FOR LEASE
Marathon Restaurant/Bar
At Banana Bay Resort
Unique Opportunity,
IMA/Andrew: 305-661-0110
NEED A WAREHOUSE WITH
AN AUTO LIFT?
KO-JO in Marathon HAS ONE.
CALL 305-743-6275
U.S. 1 FRONTAGE, Marathon
Share space. Save money.
Desk/office space available for
low profile business. Call
305-731-1183,305-731-9751'
Workshop warehouse
, storage. MM 97.8 center US1.
12'X29' w/8' wide door. Com.
property above flood. Boat'
lamp near by. Cost depends on
use. 1305) 453-8558.

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale,

A Sellers, List for as low as
1.5% Buyers get up to $5000
rebate. keyswiderealty.com
4305-745-8815
Brand New In Key largo.
$329K. 4BR/2BA CBS home
with garage.'Flood zone X.
Buy now and pick your colors.
305-394-1409.
park8@bellsouth.net.
MODULAR HOME SALES,
All sizes, 150-175 MPH single
and multi family, permitting.
305-743-2169
812 * Mobile Homes
for Sale

ISLAMORADA PERMANENT
TRAILER direct ocean view,
canal front w/ avail boatslip.
Full length FL rm w/ attached
storage shed. Just redone: new
A/C, Pergo floors, fresh paint.
$15,000. Call 561-768-2682.
MARATHON - 12'x61'
2 BR, 2 BA, private fenced in
back yard with dock on canal.
Call 856-207-0822
2006 MOBILE HOME
14 X 60 2/2 LOADED!!
MUST BE MOVED
CALL 305-743-2169


ifieds 305-743-5551


812 * Mobile Homes
for Sale

GoldCoaster
Resort
Sun Homes
Hot Summer Specials!
Move in for as little as $348.00
First Month FREE
Lease Purchase Now
2010 4/2 Approx. 1500 sq. ft.
home and site $949 per month
2010 3/2 approx. 1000 sq. ft.
home and site $899 per month
Available for qualified applicants
Expires 5/31/10
Many pre owned homes
to choose from. Immeadiate
occupancy available. Come
home to a beautiful gated
community with clubhouse,
sparkling pool, Jaccuzi
and much more.
Call for details today
1-888-249-3061
www.goldcoasterrv.com
34850 SW 187 Ave
Homestead, FL 33034tj

32ft Keystone Everest
2004 RV
Slide outs. Fully furnished &
equipped. New water heater,
gas/electric, aluminum body,
generator, recently sealed.
Great lot in quiet & friendly
community with boat ramp &
available boat slip.- Key Largo.
Ready to move in or tow out.
$19,999.
Call for details
305-393-7167

825 * Condo-
Duplex for Sale
KCB 2/2 CONDO A/C, DW,
W/D Ocean view Heated pool,
fishing pier, tennis courts, 500'
sandy beach, beautifully furn.
See @ casaclaracondo.com.
$349K FSBO. 860-478-7003
860 * Out of State
for Sale

Hendersonville NC
Hickory Acres Subdivision.
Spectacular SW vue, 1.3 ac,
3,400 ft. elev, 1/1 home, new
roof, A/C, W/D, $124,900.
828-685-1445.

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


895
Miscellaneous


EQUAL HOUSN
OPPORTUNITY
All real estate advertising
in this newspaper is
subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act of 1968.
As per and according to
Sec.. 804. (42 U.S.C.
3604) Discrimination in
sale or rental of housing
and other prohibited prac-
tices makes it illegal to
advertise "any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap,
familial status or national
origin, or an intention
to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination"
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law.
For more
information:
www.hud.gov
Search words:
Fair Housing Act

880 * Lots - Acreage
for Saje
Key Largo Calusa RV lots
for sale. Financing no qualifying
or rent short or long term.
Call
786-515-7782.
Rogo lots
Worth 4 points each.
Call
305-394-1409.
Start Building Today
Cleared lot w/active building
permit for 3/2.305- 394-1409.
park8�bellsouth.net
2 commercial lots In
Key Largo MM 102 w/permits.
Office on bottom, living area on
the top. Sacrifice. $115,000.
305-968-5155.
2 waterfront lots for sale
Islamorada, Plantation Key
Colony. Permits for house, pool
& dock. 50x120. $249,000.
954-347-3311.
890 * Business
Property for Sale
SUB SHOP FOR SALE
Located at Tradewinds Plaza
MM101 Call for details.
305-321-6535.


1100
MARINE
1150
Power Boats

1/2 Acre Nautical & Sail/Pow-
er boat yard sale. Saturday.
MM 99.3. For list of stuff& I
mean lots of stuff go to
floridakeysyardsale.com
17' CC Makoe w/115hp Merc,
& trailer, GPS, loaded. Low hrs
& clean.$11,500, OBO.
305-852-7256 or email
mako2001@me.com
18' Sea Squirt 1984 w/115
Merc, approx 100 hrs, trailer &
lots of extras incl. $2600. Key
Largqo. 305-395-9169.
20' AQUASPORT w/115 HP
4 stroke Yamaha. Good cond.
New bottom paint. Ready to
fish! $5900. Call Randy, (305)
743-5317, Marathon
22' Triton '06 LST flats boat.
CC, colorGPS & fishfinder,
t-top, 200 Honda, 4 stroke,
alum trailer. Good cond. $15K,
Islamorada 502-275-9023
23' Party Boat 1993 Rinker
Open Bow 260 HP 1.0.
$6000 obo. Shelter Bay Marina
Mrthn, 743-7008 ask for Steve
25' HYDRA-SPORTS 2008
2500CC, twin 150 Yamahas,
70 hrs. Warranty.
$74,900.305-304-9198
26' MAKO 1989, CC, w/trailer.
Need new twin 200 motors.
With orwithout SPL License for
marinelife & crawfish.
941-302-4931 or see at
Skeeter's Marine, Big Pine Key.
30' Pursuit 3000 Express '99.
Exc. cond., all options.
Telsopic, outrigger, Raydar,
gen, air, dive platform. Perfect
family & fishing boat. 1st $35K
gets it! Paid $140K, Islamora-
da, 502-275-9023.
32' WELLCRAFT '84 Twin 7.4
It. engines w/less than 100 hrs.
Westerbeke 5 KW generator.
Exccond! Reduced $15K.
305-797-8528 or 797-8570
34' MARINE TRADER
TRAWLER 1976
Double deck, can liveaboard.
$7,500 obo. 727-267-2418
39' Morgan lobster boat '81
w/1275 tags. 3208 Caterpillar.
All gear incl., forklift optional.
$120K. Adam Hill
305-522-3194.
Carolina Skiff Specialists All
sizes & models: Sea Chasers,
Bennington pontoons & Hydra-
sports. Call Ft. Myers for West
Coast pricing! 800-955-7543
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10B Saturday, May 22, 2010


Libraries offer cool retreat


From Library, 6B
that has a pinch of mainland
S: flavor? Try the Key Largo
library in Trade Winds Plaza,
W se where the community gathers
and the Florida Room brims
S * 'i c'. s . with documents that will
broaden your sense of our
S-1 'islands' history and heritage.
. t -,. For a more specific bit of
island history, examine the
'-, ,. .4 bii, : walls of Islamorada's Helen
S4 ' ' ,.i ' Wadley Branch (mile marker
Sponsored by:'arln 81.8), which boasts six bas-
Blue Martin -otel . i reliefs by Depression-era
Gold Coast Beerae Dlstriutors '' Works Progress Administration
Westin Resort 9 Manna he., west1 ' ,', '4Y'A'A '* T
Barefoot Appraisal Fa .'.V",N4,i ', artist Joan van Breemen. The
Centennial Banl j . . . Wadley building itself is an hi-
chGuarley Toppino & srr,:,,-,s !.- storic point of interest, having
costreantinental r :.nnectio a e originally been built by the WPA
Prudential Knight & Gardaner eair, e' '.*, as a storm shelter in the wake
Southernmost Restauran t , of the epic 1935 hurricane.
NAPA Auto Part . In the heart of the Keys
Republic Nationa3 Disrinutriurlng lies what must be one of the
Waste ManaDrngnt most relaxing libraries on the
Sue & Doug Harric.,o-i FA , planet. It's almost too easy to
Jo Pine R, k e chill out on a warm afternoon
Hsard Rock CaV ' in Marathon (mile marker
RTo B.,-48.5) or in the system's small-
T' benefit: 4 est branch on Big Pine Key,
-' ..in the Winn-Dixie plaza.
W ( . Hou ,, n And if you come to Key
Family Se' Ices ,''.i " West, what awaits is the


MORADA BAY BB*I* CAAE * MM 81.6

The Original







Beach Party

Friday, May 28

Entertainment
Scott Youngberg Trio 5-9pm
Clint Wiley Band 9pm-9

Parade 8 Fireworks
DJs at Morada Bay a Plerre's from 10pm - ? - ABC (ircus * Freworks
21 and up * Dance In the Sand
Sponsored by Bacardi * B.B.Q. Menu and Bonfires on the Beach
$15 Cover, Morada Bay/Beach Party * $30 Cover, Pierre's
305-664-0604


largest open-stack collection .
in the Keys, with a shady
palm garden adjacent to the
50-year-old building. But in
the coming months, library
officials ask that when you
visit the pink stucco building
at 700 Fleming St., bring your
patience as well as your
appetite for information.
In an organizational project
that began May 13 and is expece-
ted to take about two weeks to
complete, the nonfiction and
fiction collections are trading
positions on the library floor.
Library Administrator Christ-
ine Dunn is confident about the
move, noting that the change
will benefit patrons by giving
more definition to selected
parts of the collection, afford-
ing better access to special col-
lections and creating more
areas for quiet study.
In June, library staff will
wind up preparations to imple-
ment Polaris, the county's new,
computerized catalogue system,
with sessions of intensive staff
training. At times, public Inter-
net computers will be closed
(the closings will be posted in
advance at the library and at
www.keyslibraries.org) and
there will be brief hiccups in
some of the southernmost
library's regular lineup of adult
computer classes, book clubs
and other programming.
But at least two of Key West's


Photo courtesy LITERACY VOLUNTEERS
The Literacy Volunteers of America's 'Literary Luminaries'
monthly lecture program (usually held at 3 p.m. on the third
Wednesday of the month in Key West) is just one of the library
system's free offerings. Here, past luminary Hal Howland is con-
gratulated by (from left) LVA Executive Director Mary
Casanova, board member Jane Gladson and Connie Gilbert,


board president.
programs will continue uninter-
rupted. The Literacy Volunte-
ers of America's Literary Lum-
inaries monthly lecture prog-
ram, (generally held on the third
Wednesday of the month at 3
p.m.) and its summer reading
program for kids, which begins
June 15 and ends on July 30).
Weekly hour-long pro-
grams for children, whether
they're babies; toddlers,
tweens or teens, are offered
through every branch and are
among the most well-attended
and in-demand summer pro-.


2-41 anes * 241Dik


grams anywhere. A bit of
advice about these: Sign up
early (if it's possible) and go
often for maximum effect.
Each program is different,
and most sessions include
interactive activities.

Find your library
Following are locations
and numbers for the Keys.
libraries:
* 700 Fleming St., Key
West. Call 292-3595.
* 213 Key Deer Blvd. (in
the Winn-Dixie plaza), Big
Pine Key. Call 292-3595.
* Mile marker 48.5 ocean-
side, Marathon. Call 743-
5156:
* Mile marker 81.8 bay-
side, Islamorada. Gall 664-
4645.
* Mile marker 101.4
oceanside, in Trade Winds
Plaza. Call 451-2396.
The web site is
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Dock Rentals/Sales

BOAT SLIP FOR RENT MM99
Ocean side $200 month for
30ft. No liveaboard, Water &
Electric. 942-3055
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE
Commercial/Non-Commercial
Charter. For Best Rates call
305-304-3610, Marathon
Key West - Sunset Marina
Dock to 35', liveaboard OK,
new docks, electric, water,
showers, cable TV, ship store.
$550/mo. 954-682-6673
LIVEABOARD BOAT SLIP
FOR RENT MM 54, Marathon.
$500/mo. Incl water, electric,
cable TV. Bathroom facilities.
305-731-5042 '
MARATHON BOATYARD
Indoor slip avail at Vaca Cut.
Free ins & outs. 10'x 33'x 9'
high. $125/mo. 630-947-4344
Marathon Liveaboard Docks
covered deck area, pvt bath
house. Free W/D for residents.
12 mo's for the price of 10.
Check with us 1st! 731-3386
Sombrero Marina "Docksidej'
SUMMER RATES THRU 2010
AS LOW AS $465/MONTH
305-743-0000 Roy or Rick
1190
Miscellaneous
29' Islander w/ Volvo diesel.
in water, rollerfurling, extra
sails. $2400; 22' Boston
Whaler'71,150 HP Johnson,
$6500; 13' Boston Whaler, 40
hp Yamaha, $2000. All
w/trailers. 12' alum boat $300.s
MM 99 Ocean. 305-942-3055
30' LOBSTER BOAT IncI 800
Lobster traps & certs; 1350
brand new Stone Crab traps &
certs. $70,000.786-366-7481
3208 carterpillar 34 febt
$18,000, lobster B cert 1400
for $35each, crab cert 1400
Call .....786-970-6982
AA gave buys permits
So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark,
Sword, Tuna.
$$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869
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Twin 425 hp Mercruisers, 70 MPH, dual-ram hydraulic
steering, large K-Planes, custom graphics, 240 hrs,
GPS, new upholstery, new Gaffrig gauges,
lift kept, professionally maintained.
REDUCED! $27,700.
Willing to take motorcycle, jeep or pick up truck
in partial trade.
(305) 481-1398 Marathon


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Miscellaneous

ATTENTIOr .,;'
All types of permits for salell
Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S At-
lantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf 6
Pack reef & pelagic, Commer-
cial Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf Snap-
per IFQ's, Long Line Pkg. Many
other permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of per-
mits. Call before you buy or sell!
Please call for prices. Licensed
& Bonded. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer, many
references avail. John Potts Jr.
321-784-5982,321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
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DIY Boatyard 88Tx28+W
Travelift & 125 T Crane.
Save $$$. 305-852-2025
www.boatsandtlres.com
Liveaboard Docks Marathon,
covered deck area, pvt bath
house. Free W/D for residents.
12 mo's for the price of 10!
Check with us 1st! 731-3386
MTHN-Marine Storage: boats,
trailers, campers, any clean
storage OK on wheels. Best
rates in town. Check with us
first! Call Emil, 731-3386

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Miscellaneous
TRAP KITS Honduras Pine
32x22x1 5, full li, 50 per pallet,
$425. Amer pine 32" lath 8.75,
50 pcs. In stock. 305-896-9845
WAVERUNNERS (2) Honda
'03, F12X turbo, 4 stroke.
Exc. cond. W/covers & trailer.
Includes floating dock. $6500
Islamorada, 502-275-9023.
1300
TRANSPORTATION
1350
Automobiles
Autos wanted. All years.
Junk-Used. Car-Van-Truck.
Run or not. Cash $$$ Paid.
Call 305-332-0483
1994 CADILLAC DeVILLE
w/ new V-8.4 doqr/white,
Maroon leather interior.
Clean and Runs great!!
$3000 obo. 305-852-5831
1370 * Trucks-
SUVs - Vans
1995 TOYOTA
LANDCRUISER
Needs some cosmetic work.
$5200 Call (305) 323-1056
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