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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: 06-05-2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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BP claims are rolling in


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

They just opened this past
week, but already, the two
Keys locations where busi-
ness owners can file claims
for losses due to the BP oil
spill are drawing traffic.
The Marathon office
opened on Wednesday, and
by Thursday, more than two


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Fishing captains, restaurants and others *
say business is being lost due to the spill


dozen people had passed
through the doors. The Key
West office opened Friday.
Local BP . spokesman
Andrew Van Chau described
all the claimants as in
tourism-related businesses,
including charter fishing,


restaurants and attractions.
They're reporting either can-
cellations or that negative
publicity has caused visitors
to stay away.
Steve Kessler owns the
two-room Atlantis Guesthouse
o Atlantic Boulevard across


from the White Street Pier. He
filed a claim against BP two
weeks ago.
"I've had three cancella-
tions already from people
concerned about the oil," he
said. "One was a two-week
cancellation. People are just


worried. They're making
reservations at other places."
Overall, around 90 claims
for financial reparations from
BP have been filed so far in
the Keys. That's in addition
to federal lawsuits filed
claiming similar losses.
Among those who've sued
are the firm that operates the

* See Claims, 2


BP claims offices
* 7885 Overseas High-
way, Marathon, open 8
a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days
a week.
* 3706 N. Roosevelt
Blvd., Suite H, Key West,
open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
seven days a week.
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Loop Current


pinch looks


possible

That would shut
oil's direct path
to the Keys
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

A pinching Loop Current
in the Gulf of Mexico could
cut off the path to the Keys
for oil and tar balls from the
BP Deepwater Horizon spill.
So says Steve Morey, a
research scientist in Ocean-
Atmospheric Prediction
Studies at Florida State
University, whose models
Friday showed the latest cur-
rent projections in the gulf -
and they look good for the
Keys.
The Loop Current enters
the Gulf of. Mexico near
Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula,
then heads north toward
Louisiana before turning east
and heading south between
the Keys and Cuba into the


Atlantic Ocean.
"It will tend to want to
take that northern part of it
and close off the circulation
into a clockwise rotating
eddy. This bulge will close its
circulation and separate from
the southern part of the cur-
rent, and for the next several
months [it will] drift to the
west and decay," Morey said.
Essehtially, the current
closes itself off and for pro-
longed periods of time circu-
lates in the middle of the gulf.
Keys residents couldn't hope
for a better scenario.
"It's wanting to pinch and
once it does, it will cut off the
pathway for oil to get to the
south. The caveat is this bulge
can re-emerge with the current
a few times before it separates
it for good," Morey said.
Morey said the current
would stay pinched - if it
happens - "for several
months at least."

* See Oil, 3A


KCB looks to


Monroe County


Marathon aid
might be out
of the picture
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Monroe County Fire
Rescue is now firmly in the
middle of a fire and emergency
services spat between the
neighboring cities of Marathon
and Key Colony Beach.
County Chief Jim
Callahan told the Keynoter
his department is in the
process of responding to an
inquiry from Key Colony
about the potential costs to
provide fire and EMS servic-
es to the small city.
"At this point, we're defi-
nitely interested in giving
them a proposal. Whether
that goes forward, we have to
look at the numbers and
make sure it's good for the


county and Key Colony
' Beach, or it won't go any-
where," he said.
Marathon provides Key
Colony's fire and EMS serv-
ices for a fee. For the fiscal
year that starts Oct. 1,
Marathon wants at least
$250,000 more from Key
Colony to continue doing so.
The two cities agreed to a
three-year pact in 2007, with
two options for three-year
renewals, that says Key
Colony will get fire service
from Marathon in return for
paying a percentage of
Marathon Fire Rescue's costs
based on the "just value" of a
property, or taxable land
value minus homestead or
any other exemptions.
The new fee formula
assumes Key Colony's par-
ticipation in equipment
replacement, firehouse costs
and administrative overhead.

*See KCB, 2A


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These dolphins at Grassy
Key's Dolphin Research
Center don't appear
worried about the yellow
boom in the background
protecting them from an
oil sheen in waters off
Duck Key.The U.S. Coast
Guard installed the boom
as a precaution, but says
the sheen and related tar
balls found this past week
are unrelated to the BP oil
spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Story, Page 3A.

Keynoter photos by
RYAN McCARTHY


Two more file for mosquito board

Two more file for mosquito board


Dombroski runs
in District 2,
Thomas in 5
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Controversy breeds com-
petition, or so it appears in
the race for two open seats
on the Florida Keys
Mosquito Control Board.
Infighting among Director
Ed Fussell and two commis-


sionieis -v as well as spats
among commissioners - in
recent years seems to have
opened the floodgates for a
crowded ballot 2010 ballot.
Big Pine Key resident Dan
Dombroski joined the fray
Thursday, filing to run against
,incumbent Republican Dick
Rudell for the District 2 seat.
Marathon resident Howard
Hubbard, a Republican, and
Summerland Key resident Jay
Marzella, a Democrat, are
also in the running.
Meanwhile, Key Largo


resident Bob Thomas filed
May 5 to run against incum-
bent Charles Langstaff and
fellow Upper Keys residents
Anthony Gibbons and Jack
Bridges in District 5. All
three are Republicans.
Dombroski is an eight-
year resident of the Keys and
is executive director for the
Boys and Girls Club of the
Keys. The Democrat says he
plans to watch the district's
budget closely if elected.
"I've worked in nonprof-
its my whole life. A lot of


these government agencies
really have to take lessons
from these nonprofits. Not
that they're going to have
cake sales, but it's about
accountability and spending
money wisely," he said.
Dombroski, a self-pro-
claimed "closet politician,"
said he's been looking to run
for office for some time.
He's been on the Rotary and
Salvation Army boards of
directors and is a graduate of


* See Election, 2A


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SUN. 92 81
MON. 92 81
TUES.- 91 81

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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.


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The following upcom-
ing government meetings
and events are scheduled
for broadcast on Comcast
Channel 76:
* Tuesday: Marathon
City Council, 5:30 p.m.
* Wednesday: County
Planning Commission, 10
a.m.

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Charter captain: 'It's just like a hurricane'


From Claims, 1 A

Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Attraction in Key West, and
Key West Tiki Charters.
At Key West's Charter-'
boat Row, the captains are
feeling the pinch since the
Deepwater Horizon oil rig
exploded and sank on April
22, causing millions of gal-
lons of oil to spew into the
Gulf of Mexico. Eleven
men died in the explosion.
Chad Will, a mate on the
Conch Too charter boat,
says walk-in' business is
down. "It's just like a hurri-
cane," he said. "People
don't come whether it's
here or not.
About half of the Keys
claims are from Key West,
Van Chau said. The other
half is split between the
Middle and Upper Keys.
He said that overall in
Florida, about 4,000 claims
that have been submitted
and more than $3 million
has been paid out.
In all Gulf states affected


by the spill, roughly 30,000
claims have been submitted
and about $40 million paid
out, BP says.
Van Chau explained the
claims process: "They'll
talk to a claims agent and
that person will take basic
information. As they com-
plete that, they'll be issued
a claims number and they
may ask the person to fax
the documentation. If there
are several documents that
need to be provided, they
encourage the claimant to
come to the office."
For example, BP will like-
ly ask for sales receipts for
the same time period from
previous years to compare to
this year's sales numbers.
"Once they've got a
claims number, as they
have additional claims to
make, they submit that
information. We will pay
every legitimate claim,"
Van Chau said.


Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY


Staffwriter Ryan McCarthy Captains and mates at Key West's Charterboat Row are noting a significant decline in the
contributed to this report. number of walk-in customers based on the perception that there is oil in Keys waters.


KCB eyes options ACEVEDO THEFT - *,
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From KCB, 1A

City Manager Roger
Hernstadt's report to the
City Council says staff
believes Key Colony
should pay roughly
$667,000 next fiscal year.
This year it pays $414,081.
That number led the Key
Colony City Commission
to decide it was time to
explore other options. It
approached the county and
is considering starting its
own fire department.
"Our commission decid-
ed we'll continue negotiat-
ing with Marathon and see
where that can lead us. but
we are pursuing getting
pricing from the county and
what it will cost if we went
in-house and got our own
fire company," Key Colony


Mayor Ron Sutton said.
Hernstadt said a letter
is drafted and will be
signed and sent to Sutton
shortly.
"If their position is they
want to pay the same they
were paying, the negotia-
tion will go real fast. If
they want to have a discus-
sion about the applicabili-
ty- of the new items and
when they should kick in,
we can have that discus-
sion," he said.
Hernstadt said he's con-
fident the two cities will
come to an agreement.
"I believe reasonable
people can work out any
problem and we'll find out
if they're reasonable peo-
ple. That's what the coun-
cil instructed me to do," he
said.


Two more file


From Election, 1A

Leadership Monroe's 13th
class,
"Ay goal is to be more
active in my community
and find the most efficient
way to spend the taxpay-
ers' money. I don't intend
to take contributions; I just
want to get the message out
and people will vote for
who they think can do the
best job," Dombroski said.
Thomas, running with
no party affiliation, says
he would bring people
skills to the commission.
"From everything I've
been able to glean, it's
kind of an interesting
dynamic on the Mosquito
Control Board in general. I
think I can put some com-
mon sense on the issues.
I'm a people person and a
good catalyst," he said.


Thomas is a career air-
line pilot who now works
part-time out of the coun-
try for Copa Airlines in
Panama. He's also worked
for Southwest and
American Eagle airlines.
"I think they do a good
job from what I can tell,
but it's a need for a differ-
ent look. It's a need for a
change of ideas and a
harder look at the budget
than they've done recent-
ly," he said. "I'm eager to
get into the aviation part of
this and see the nuts and
bolts of the aviation."
Thomas has been a full-
time Keys resident since
2002 and lived in Miami
for 22 years before that.
Candidate qualifying
runs from June 14 to 19.
The primary election is
Aug. 24. The general elec-
tion is Nov. 2..


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There' still
possibility
of plea deal

By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Monique Acevedo is set to
stand trial on Oct. 18 on the
first two of six felonies
charging her with stealing
more than $400,000 from her
former employer, the Monroe
County School District.
So said Circuit Court
Judge Mark Jones at.the con-
clusion of a case manage-
ment conference on
Thursday.
However, a discussion
prior to the hearing outside
the courtroom between
Assistant State Attorney
Mark Wilson, the office's
public corruption ,prosecutor,
and Acevedo's attorney,
Chief Assistant Public
Defender Patricia Docherty.
could signal a possible plea
agreement.
The pair stepped off an
elevator on the third floor of
the Freeman Justice Center in
Key West discussing
Acevedo and the graduation
ceremony at Key West High
School, from which

KEY WEST


Acevedo's middle son Cole
graduated Friday night.
Docberty referred to her
client as a "prisoner in her
own house" and said, "I'm
not going to tell her about
any of this until after that,"
referring to the commence-
ment.
State Attorney Dennis
Ward has offered a standing
plea of 10 years in prison
subject to a decrease, with
financial restitution up to
$413, 012.
In open court, Docherty
raised the potential of a
change of venue, presumably
based on an inability to seat
an. impartial jury in Monroe
County.
"It's easy to say but hard
to do," Jones said of a change
of venue. But if it becomes
necessary, "Then, obviously,
we have to change our plans.
Why buy tomorrow's trouble
today?"
Ancillary deadlines in the
lead up to the Oct. 18 trial are
an Aug. 20 cutoff for disclos-
ing witnesses; depositions
are to be complete by Sept.
24; and pre-trial motions are
due in by Oct. 8.
Wilson pointed out that
more than a year has elapsed
since Acevedo's arraignment
on felony grand theft and


fraud charges for allegedly
stealing $201,000 in cash
tuition payments; since then,
Docherty has taken deposi-
tions on Dec. 15, Jan. 29 and
:April 29.
"If there are to be six- and
three-month periods between
deposition days, then maybe
October is realistic" for a
trial, Wilson said.
In addition to the alleged
theft of cash, Acevedo stands
charged with two third-
degree felony larceny
charges accusing her of steal-
ing $1,000 in cash from a
Key West High School ninth-
grade fundraiser; and another
set of felony grand theft and
fraud charges for allegedly
making more than $100,000
in personal purchases on a
district-issued credit card.
She quit her job as the
School District's director of
adult education when fman-
cial irregularities came to
light in March 2009, and was
arrested for the first of three
times that April.
Wednesday, Jones ruled
against a motion Docherty
filed to have Ward, Wilson
and everyone else at the State
Attorney's Office disqualified
from the case. She contends
they've made prejudicial pub-
lic comments about it.


Jimenez gets court date


Accused killer
appears June 22
before Audlin

By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Accused killer Pablo
Jimenez goes to court on
June 22 for his first appear,
ance to answer the charge of
first-degree murder.
At his appearance at 8:45
a.m. before Monroe County
Circuit Court Judge David
Audlin, with a public defend-
er by his side, he'll likely
plead innocent.
The body of 37-year-old
Tracy Leigh Heshmaty of
Stock Island was found in a
large pool of blood around 6
a.m. on May 31 in the back
parking lot of First State
Bank at 1201 Simonton St.
Jimenez was arrested the
next day. Police won't say
what his connection, if any,
to Heshmaty was.
But authorities do say that
quick detective work and the
input of Assistant State
Attorney Mark Wilson
allowed them to catch the


suspect so quickly.
A caller reported seeing
Heshmaty lying in the back
parking lot of First State; she
was dead when police arrived
about six minutes later.
The caller also "said he
had seen [Heshmaty] earlier
in the evening at CVS" at 530
Truman Ave., police spokes-
woman Alyson Crean said. ,
"With that lead, the detec-
tives were able to go to CVS
and get the video, with her on
it ... and with a Hispanic
male. That was probably one
of the biggest things that
helped them put it together."
That man turned out to be
Jimenez, although officers
initially "had several people
of interest and picked this
man up fairly quickly," Crean
said. At the time, he was
working at a small grocery
store in Old town.
"He was brought in for
questioning and he was kind
of roundabout," Crean said.
"I think he was brought in
twice. When the evidence
was presented, he ended up
confessing that he had been
in a verbal altercation with
her, became angry, grabbed
a rock and repeatedly struck


her with it" in the head,
Crean said.
Enter state prosecutor
Wilson: "It's often the case in
serious matters like that, and
I think quite rightly, that the
department will call and have
somebody from our office
answer questions."
He was also called in
when police were question-
ing Nicholas Ferro, 23, who
was a suspect in the stabbing
death of Marques Butler, also
23, in Old To'wn last year.
Ferro was charged with sec-
ond-degree murder.
"That's time very well
spent," Wilson said, speaking
non-specifically about his role
in police investigations. "If
you can close some certain
loopholes while the case is
being investigated, you're not
having to deal with that later."
In the Jimenez case, that
included working with police
on question structure during
witness interviews.
Crean said she believes
Jimenez is Mexican and he
had been in the country only
"a couple of years."
Heshmaty listed her occu-
pation as a painter.


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Saturday, June 5,2010 3A


Booms put in to protect animals


2 attractions
get help from
Coast Guard
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The animals at the
Dolphin Research Center
on Grassy Key and the
Dolphin Connection on
Duck Key got a little extra
protection this week with
the installation of contain-
ment boom designed to
keep oil sheen out of the
popular tourist destinations.
The U.S. Coast Guard
installed the boom
Thursday, after oil sheen
was spotted near Duck Key
at mile marker 61. The
Coast Guard investigated
and determined it isn't
related to the BP Deepwater
Horizon oil spill in the Gulf


of Mexico.
. Capt. Pat DeQuattro,
commanding officer of
Sector Key West, said it
will take time and a little
luck to determine where the
"petroleum product" came
from.
"We get 2,000 merchant
vessels through' the Straits
of Florida per month and it's
literally a maritime super-
highway. It gives us an idea
this is a random sampling of
oil that escaped somehow.
We're going to try to finger-
print to a certain vessel, but
that's going to be extremely
difficult," he said.
DRC spokeswoman
Mary Stella said there's
always fencing around the
dolphins' natural lagoon to
prevent debris from enter-
ing, but the boom is an
added layer of protection.
"We've been talking to
the Coast Guard and BP the


whole time and they offered
to put an extra layer of pro-
tection. Really, it's a pre-
caution," she said.
Stella said she's opti-
mistic about reports that
whatever oil does reach the
Keys - if in fact it does -
will be weathered or in tar-
ball form when it arrives.
"Every report we've
heard said what comes
down here won't be that
heavy viscous oil. I think
we would have a much bet-
ter shot at being able to con-
tain," she said.
It was business as usual
Thursday at the Grassy Key
attraction, but Stella said
they're ready to move ani-
mals if necessary. The facil-
ity is home to 20 dolphins
and three sea lions.
"The bottom line is
whatever it takes to protect
the dolphins and sea lions is
DRC's priority. Moving


them would be our last
choice. I hate to speculate,
but you take whatever
measure .you need to," she
said.
Same goes at Hawks Cay
Resort's Dolphin Connection,
where manager Cheryl
Messinger says a plan is in
place to protect the animals.
"Animal welfare is the
first thing foremost in our
plans. If w6 need to move
them, we have a place to
move them," she said.
In the meantime,
Messinger said the much-
publicized spill has had lit-
tle affect on business.
"We have not had any
negative response that
we've seen. With the booms
there, we thought it would
have guests raise questions,
but it hasn't. The best thing
we can do is reiterate
there's no oil problem in the
Keys," she said.


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Crist signs sewer bill at last minute


That means,
the Keys get
an extension
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

He waited until the last
minute, but Gov. Charlie
Crist on Friday signed a bill
extending state deadlines to
sewer the Keys and reau-
thorizing $200 million
worth of state funding to
help do so.
The Florida Senate and
House approved the bill in
late April to extend the
deadline from this coming
July until the end of 2015. It
was part of an omnibus
water bill containing
numerous environmental
items.
Crist received the bill on
May 21 and had 15 days -
or until today - to sign it.
For unknown reasons, he
waited until around 4:30


p.m. Friday. There were 293
bills presented to Crist from
this year's session.
Keys officials and state
Rep. Ron Saunders devel-
oped the bill through a col-
laborative effort. It original-
ly included an allowance
for a local referendum to let
Monroe County voters
decide if they want a 1-cent
sales tax dedicated to fund-
ing sewer construction.
The referendum didn't
make it through the House
and Senate for lack of
Republican support. County
Commissioner George
Neugent pushed the tax,
believing it could raise
close to $30 million per
year.
"You never know until
it's done, but we're happy
about it. I think it was main-
ly concern about other stuff
and they dumped so many
other [bills] on his desk -
or it could have been the oil
spill," Saunders said.
Neugent told the


Keynoter Friday that a
source in Tallahassee told
him "to pay attention" to
the bill and that it was in
jeopardy of not being
signed.
"I started calling every-
one and letting them know
it hasn't been signed,"
Neugent said.
County Commissioner
Mario Di Gennaro said all
along he believed the bill
would be signed. He's close
to Crist.
Concerns with the bill
were largely due to a
statewide septic-tank
inspection fee included in
the bill. Neugent said the
governor's office has been
receiving complaints about
the fee.
"Friends of mine told me
they were opposed to that
element in the bill, but that
was early on. I thought that
would probably get,
[removed], but evidently it
didn't completely get delet-
ed."


Neugent said Crist's
motivation to sign the bill
came down to politics. Crist
is running with no party
affiliation for the U.S.
Senate.
"The only thing driving
Charlie's decision right now
is which gives [him] more
votes. There's no logic
other than, "If I veto it I get
this many votes and if I pass
it I get this many,'" Neugent
said.
The deadline extension
was most important in the
short term, since most
sewer authorities will be
nowhere near completing
their projects. Most lack
funding to construct sewers
without excessive cost to
residents.
Possible penalties for
missing the 2010 deadline,
mandated by the state,
included fines and potential
liens against property own-
ers through the state depart-
ments of Environmental
Protection.and Health.


Timing 'critical'


From Oil, 1 A

"The timing -is critical
because we know there is
oil caught up in that current.
If it separates, that's good,
and if it last longer the path-
way exists longer," he said.
The longer oil takes to
reach the Keys, the longer it
would be exposed to the
elements before reaching
our waters. Experts "have,
said that if oil does reach
the Keys, it would be
weathered and most likely
be in tar-ball form.
"That will certainly buy
Florida some time and hope-
fully keep the oil out in the
gulf. It will give it more time
to emulsify, have biological
action happening on it,
weathering and potentially
cleanup efforts," Morey said.
The big concern, of
course, is tourism - the
beaches, swimming, diving,
fishing.
Friday, the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration decreased
the area in the Gulf where
fishing is banned. It had
been dangerously close to
the Keys, but now it's far,
far west of the islands.
With the agency opening
up 16,000 square miles, it
means that now, 32 percent
of federal Gulf waters are
closed to fishing. But at the
same time, the state put out
fishing advisories for four
North Florida counties. And
tar balls washed up on
Pensacola beaches on Friday.
There are no fishing advi-
sories for state or federal
waters in the Keys. And
authorities say no oil from the
BP spill has been found here.
BP's Deepwater Horizon


oil rig exploded and sank
April 22, and NOAA esti-
mates oil's flowing from it
at a rate of 12,000 to 19,000
barrels per day. BP is
attempting to contain the
leak and capture leaking oil
while it drills relief wells
that are expected to be com-
plete by August.
Meanwhile, Keys resi-
dents are on full alert.
Capt. Pat DeQuattro,
commanding officer at U.S.
Coast Guard Sector Key
West, told the Keynoter pol-
lution reports are pouring
in. He said none are related
to the BP spill.
"We've had 40 reports of
pollution in the last two
weeks. We're working very
rigorously to respond to
each one," he said.
The latest was Wednes-
day, a reported oil sheen off
Duck Key near mile marker
61 on the oceanside, but
DeQuattro said it's been
contained and likely came
from a vessel passing
through the Florida Straits.
DeQuattro said the
"heightened public aware-
ness" is a positive thing for
the Keys, even given the
false alarms about BP oil
being here and extensive
negative national media cov-
erage.
"We have so much water
and so many areas we can-
not effectively patrol with-
out the public being, a part-
ner with us," he said.






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Voters to get say on Pier House building


City owns it,
is looking at
possible sale
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Key West city commis-
sioners on Tuesday took the
first step toward giving vot-
ers another chance to author-
ize, via a Nov. 2 referendum,
the sale of city property at
529 Front St., currently home
to the Pier House Resort's
Caribbean Spa.,
Last October, voters
turned down the same meas-
ure, 52.21 percent to 47.79
percent; that's 2,721 against,
2,491 for. Voter turnout was
only 34 percent.
"We believe there will be
a higher voter turnout in the
general election on Nov. 2,"
Pier House attorney Ed
Scales said.
He explained that if voters
approve the referendum, city
commissioners would com-
mence a 60-day sealed bid
period, at the conclusion of
which they could accept the
highest bid or reject them all.
"I think that was lost to


the voters last time," Scales
said. "They thought if they
approved the measure the
city, would have to sell the
property."
Commissioner Teri
Johnston agreed: "I talked to
a number of constituents
after the referendum and
there was a great deal of con-
fusion. It's a win-win situa-
tion with very little risk."
The thinking behind sell-
ing: The city gets nowhere
near market value for the
land and is locked into a lease
with the Pier House through
2020.
It pays $300 per month, or
$3,600 per year, according to
the original lease executed in
1965. The first lessee was
Key West. Hand Print Inc.,
which went bankrupt in
1987. At that time, the lease
was transferred to Pier House
Joint Ventures.
The land is valued at
$2.88 million and the build-
ing is worth $3.17 million,
according to the Monroe
County .Property Appraiser's
Office.
City . watchdog Tom
Milone pointed 'out that now
isn't a good time to sell
because any buyer would


have to wait until 2020 to
control the building.
"This identical referendum
was placed before the voters
last October and was defeat-
ed,'" he said. "I don't think cir-
cumstances have changed
since then. The state of the
economy is either the same or
even worse. This is not a good
time to be selling land under
any circumstances.
"If we wait 10 years until
the lease expires, under the
terms of the lease, we get to
own the building. If some-
body bought it now, they'd
have to.wait 10 years before
they could do anything with
it. The only person that would
want to buy it is the Pier
House. I don't think it's in the
public interest at this time."


"When you have this piece.
of property and are guaran-
teed to generate no more than
$3,600 a year for the next 10
years for this large parcel in
Old Town, I would assert that
it is a very good time to sell
property," Scales argued. "At
the very least, now would be.
a good time to at least test the
waters."
Commissioner Mark
Rossi suggested adding lan-
guage to the referendum
would assign a purpose to the
proceeds of a sale to assure
taxpayers the money would
be safeguarded.
The City Commission
meets again next on June 15
at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall on
Greene Street.


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Opinion & Editorial


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Tap into frustration

over BP oil spill

The environmental disaster
shows why alternative fuels
must be explored - now

The magnitude of the environmental and eco-
nomic catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico will take
20 years to calculate - and the oil spill has yet to
be stopped.
BP has given up trying to plug the gushing well
altogether and is attempting to cap the leak, then
siphon off most, but not all, of the crude spewing
out 5,000 feet below sea level. Then there is noth-
ing more to do but wait until a new well to divert
the oil is completed in August.
Meantime, tar balls have started washing up on
Pensacola beaches. Summer is the Panhandle's
high tourist season, so this threat to the region is a
triple whammy. It could ruin the Panhandle's fish-
ing industry, damage its wetlands and beaches and
put a huge dent in its tourism revenue.
This is sickening, truly sickening. The only
good that can come of this spreading disaster is if
Americans are so revolted by the sight of oil sully-
ing the Gulf that they finally agree to adopt real
energy conservation measures and develop renew-
able energy sources -to reduce our fossil-fuel
dependence.
This begins with President Obama. Contrary to
his critics, Obama is doing all any president can in
responding to the Gulf oil leak. The. U.S. Coast
Guard is in charge of BP's efforts to stanch the
flow, as it should be. Officials from the
Environmental Protection Agency, Interior
Department and Federal Emergency Management
Agency are also involved. The long dysfunctional
drilling regulator, the Minerals Management
Service, is being completely overhauled.
So what more can be done? President Obama
should tap into the nation's growing frustration
with the spill to press Congress to craft a compre-
hensive new energy policy. This policy must set
the country on a course that minimizes U.S.
dependence on fossil fuels.
Yes, oil and gas will be part of our energy future
for some time yet. But accelerating development
of sustainable energy sources will make the need
for continuing oil exploration in more remote,
risky areas like deep Gulf waters and the Arctic
less necessary.
An energy policy that cuts fossil fuel use has the
double benefit of reducing carbon dioxide, the
major pollutant that causes erratic climate change.
What's more, a policy that begins now to steer
consumers away from fossil fuels recognizes the
ineluctable truth that oil is a finite quantity.
It may not seem like it while underwater cam-
eras capture the dirty flow in the Gulf, but there is
a limit to this energy resource we have become so
reliant on, Now is the time to begin to end our long
love-hate relationship with oil.

- 'Miamti Herald




KEYNOTER
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We need a flotilla
Florida cannot count on BP or the
federal government to stop the oil
from destroying our waters and coast-
lines. Our fishing and tourism indus-
tries are too important to rely on their
dithering. Despite budgetary woes,
Florida must save Florida now.
Here is how we can best use our
money and resources:
* As soon as possible, a flotilla of
super tankers should be stationed at
the areas where the oil enters the Loop
Current and pump it up - not only the
surface oil, but also the deeper oil that
will have more toxic dispersants.
Tankers and fleets of commercial and


recreational boats should be fitted
with pumps and holding tanks to assist
and be ready to move when oceanog-
raphy specialists see where the flow
will be the heaviest. Flexibility is the
key.
* Oil-eating microbes should be
scattered on our beaches and in man-
groves where wildlife breeds.
* We should consult other countries
with spill experience, especially
Australia and the Scandinavian coun-
tries. Any foreign assistance should be
encouraged and gratefully accepted.
This won't get all the oil, but
because Florida west coast is relative-
ly shallow, retrieving significant


amounts is feasible and we could pre-
vent large amounts of oil from enter-
ing the Florida Straits and going up
the East Coast of Florida to Maine, to
Europe and beyond.
All revenue from oil captured in
Florida's waters should be used in the
cleanup that will be necessary for
years to come. And a big fat bill
should be sent to BP.
Joel Biddle
Key West

Editor's note: The writer is a for-
mer education director for Reef Relief
in Key West.


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FIREFIGHTERS WITH AMERICAN LA FRANCE STEAMER
Photo and information courtesy KEY WEST HISTORIC MARKERS
This is Key West Fire Station No.3 at 1026 Grinnell St., between Virginia Street and Truman Avenue. It was built in 1907
and was believed to be the oldest active fire station in Florida until 1998. It started with three paid employees and
40 volunteers, and featured horse-drawn steam engines and hose carriages. The station switched to motorized
engines in 1914.The horse stalls were removed and a concrete hose trough was added behind the building in the
1940s. This is Key West Historic Marker No. 9. The phone tour is free and can be reached at (305) 507-0300 and at
www.KeyWestHistoricMarkerTour.org.


Why stop searching?
My daughter, Michelle Henson,
was reported missing on Feb. 24 from
Cow Key Channel in Key West. The
U.S. Coast Guard made a surface
search only, from the time of the
report on Feb. 25 to 3:45pm the next
day. The Coast Guard then suspended
the search because someone reported
that they thought they might have seen
her on land.
Why would a "might have" consti-
tute not searching for a person that
might very well be out on the ocean in
a dinghy? Why wasn't there more of a
search done in those first crucial hours
of Michelle's disappearance on land
or in the water'?
According to the authorities, in these
types of cases, sometimes people just
leave. What exactly does that mean? If
they had investigated, they would have
found that she didn't just leave.
Someone made the decision not to
investigate Michelle's disappearance
in those first crucial hours. If it had
been their daughter, would that same
decision have been made? No.
In third and fourth grade, Michelle
was in the Gifted and Talented
Education (GATE) Program at John
Kelly Elementary School. Learning
comes easily to some people, and
Michelle never had to work to get
good grades. All through grade school
and high school, Michelle continued


to be on the honor roll. In high school,
her senior year at Monache High
School. she was the Future Farmers of
America queen.
She got her associate's degree from
St. Petersburg College and had enrolled
at Florida Keys Community College
hoping to become an alcohol- and drug-
abuse counselor. The grant approval let-
ter was waiting for her at the Glad
Tidings Community Church, where she
received her mail, but she never picked
it up. Did anyone investigate that? No.
Before alcoholism took control of
Michelle's life. she had a good job. a
house, a car and a boat. She enjoyed snor-
keling. scuba diving, .cooking and just
laying out at the beach with a good book.
Who dropped the ball in those cru-
cial hours after Michelle's disappear-
ance? Was it the Coast Guard, the Key
West Police Department, the Sheriff's
Office or all three? Had the authorities
continued to search for Michelle, might
she still be alive? I think she would be.
Someone made that decision not to
search for her. Why was my daughter
not worth the time and effort?
I just want whoever made the deci-
sion to not continue the search and
investigate Michelle's disappearance
to know that it was a wrong one, and I
hope and pray that it never happens to
anyone else's daughter.
Mercie Cornelius
Fresno, Calif.


Students excel
On behalf of everyone at
Marathon High School, I would like
to thank the community for its out-
pouring of support to our graduat-
ing class of 2010.
Marathon High School Class
Night was June 1 and scholarships
from local organizations were
awarded to our graduating students.
The financial generosity from local
businesses and organizations was
outstanding, and many students
received scholarships to assist them
in their educational pursuits.
Of our graduating class, 80 per-
cent of the class will be going off to
college to continue their education
and 30 percent of those will be
awarded the Bright Futures scholar-
ship. When combining the Bright
Futures, athletic, academic, com-
munity and all other scholarships,
this group of students has earned
more than $1 million in awards,
$100,000 of which was raised from
our community.
The teachers, staff and adminis-
tration would like to thank these
clubs and organizations for the
many hours of volunteering their
time in raising funds and investing
in the future of our students.
Harry Russell. principal
Marathon High School


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IN THE COURTS


Two face jail for


high-speed chase


3rd man died
as they tried
eluding cops
Keynoter Staff

Two mainland men are
scheduled for sentencing
Tuesday in the Upper Keys,
for their involvement in a
high-speed chase in which a
third man died last year.
Twenty-three-year-olds
Travis Limbaugh of Boynton
Beach and Andrew Chersin
of Plantation pleaded guilty
to felony fleeing and eluding
and could receive up to one
year and one day in state
prison, says Colleen Dunne,
chief Upper Keys prosecutor
for the Monroe County State
Attorney's Office. Limbaugh
also pleaded guilty to drunk
driving.


The two were part of a
chase along with Jonathan
Wringer, 23, of Boca Raton.
Last Aug. 9, the three sped
off on, motorcycles from
Holiday Isle Resort in
Islarniorada a little after 10:30
p.m. and were spotted by
Sheriff's Office deputies and
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers speeding in excess
of 100. mph northbound.
While attempting to stop the
trio, Deputy Kenneth Brand
crashed his patrol car but
wasn't injured.
Wringer, on a 2005
Honda, ended up swiping the
left side of a Key Largo resi-
dent's 2007 Ford truck in
Tavernier, sending him into a
tree, fence and a truck. He
was pronounced dead at the
scene at mile marker 93.
Limbaugh and Chersin
kept on riding but ultimately
were caught in Florida City


at two separate locations.
Limbaugh was initially
charged with driving under
the influence, and three
felony counts of fleeing
police with disregard for the
safety of others. Chersin was
charged with four felony
counts of fleeing police with
disregard for the safety of
others.
They weren't charged
with anything relating to
Wringer's death because
there was no evidence they
caused it, Dunne said.
Sentencing is Tuesday at
9:30 a.m. before Circuit
Court Judge Luis Garcia at
the Plantation Key court-
house. In addition to jail or
prison, Limbaugh and
Chersin could have their
licenses suspended for up to
five years and face other
penalties such as court costs
and fines.


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Cops: Keys man tried to lure boy


Guyer had
long history,
records show
Keynoter Staff

James Guyer, a 20-
year-old Key. Largo man
charged with battery and
false imprisonment after
being accused of holding
an 8-year-old boy against
his will at an Islamorada
marina, has a long history
of being accused of sexu-
al abuse, and one past
arrest for it.
He was arrested on
May 26 for the latest inci-
dent, which happened on
April 30, and remains
jailed without bond.
The Monroe County
Sheriff's Office says
Guyer approached the boy
at an Islamorada marina
and asked him if he want-
ed to play a game. The
boy said no, but Guyer


reportedly
, took him
by the
hand and
Sled him to
S 0 m11 e
S chairs on
the beach.
He asked
GUYER again if
the boy wanted to play
"truth or false," and
allegedly told the boy that
the game involved the
boy's genitals.
Deputy Becky Herrin
says the boy told'him the
game sounded "gross"
and he didn't want to play
and tried to get away, but
Guyer stood over him.
leaning on the arms of the
chair the boy was sitting
in. The boy was finally
able to duck under
Guyer's arms and flee. He
later told his father, who
reported the incident to
Sheriff's Office Sgt. Roy
Bogue.
Following is Guyer's


past history:
* He was arrested on
June 1, 2009, accused of
lewd and lascivious behav-
ior on a minor. Details
weren't available, nor w.as
the outcome of the case.
* He was arrested on
Dec. 14, 2006, accused of
lewd and lascivious behav-
ior on a child for allegedly
molesting a 9-year-old and
a 10-year-old boy. The out-
come of the case wasn't
available.
* On March 26, 2006. he
was accused of touching a
minor's genitals in Key
Largo.
* On Sept: 4, 2003, he
was accused of touching a
minor's genitals.
* On Sept. 25, 2002. he
was accused of touching a
minor's genitals at Key
Largo School.
* On March 6, 2002, he
was accused of touching a
minor's genitals at Key
Largo School.


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Business





Census hiring lifts job numbers nationwide


Associated Press

A wave of Census hiring
lifted U.S. payrolls by
431,000 in May, but job cre-
ation by private companies
grew at the slowest pace
since the start of the year. The
unemployment rate dipped to
9.7 percent as people gave up
searching for work.
The Labor Department's
new employment snapshot
released Friday suggested
that outside of the burst of


Keynoter Staff

The traditional facade of
a Walgreens is now clearly
visible as the new store
takes shape on Big Pine,
Key, just a stone's throw
from an existing CVS store.
Seth Gadinsky, whose
Miami-based Gadinsky Real
Estate is overseeing the
project, said the building
should be finished and
turned over to the drug-store
giant by September.
Gadinsky estimated the
store would open in
October.
The 16,000-square-foot
store is being built on the
former site of a Scotty's
home improvement store.
Walgreens had been try-
ing to get a store on the
island for much of this
decade, but the project had
to first clear significant
planning hurdles and some


hiring of temporary Census
workers by the federal gov-
ernment, many private
employers are wary of bulk-
ing up their work forces.
That indicates the eco-
nomic recovery can only
plod along and won't have
the energy to quickly bring
relief to millions of unem-
ployed Americans.
Virtually all the job cre-
ation in May came from the
hiring, of 411,000 census
workers. Such hiring peaked


in May and will begin trail-
ing off in June.
By contrast, hiring by pri-
vate employers, the back-
bone of the economy,
slowed sharply. They added
just 41,000 jobs, down from
218,000 ih April and the
fewest since January.
In Florida, the unemploy-
ment rate for April was ,12
percent, down from 12.3
percent in March. State and
county unemployment fig-
ures for May will be


released June 18.
The effect of the Census
on the Keys jobless numbers
would likely have come ear-
lier than in many areas, as
several hundred temporary
workers hit the road early to
count residents instead of
waiting for forms to be
mailed in.
Monroe County's unem-
ployment rate was 7.2 per-
cent in April, an improve-
ment from March's 7.8 per-
cent, but still higher than


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Construction on a new Walgreens has progressed quickly on Big Pine Key.


. community opposition.
.Gadinsky, who said he
will also oversee the eventu-
al construction of the recent-


ly approved Walgreens in
Marathon, on the site of the
former Gary's Pub, said he's
waiting on building permits


for that project. .
Once permits are in hand,
the store should go up in less
than a year, he said.


April 2009's 6.1 percent.
The national unemploy-
ment rate, which is derived
from a separate survey than
the payroll figures, fell to
9.7 percent from 9.9 percent.
The dip partly reflected
322,000 .people leaving the


labor force for any number
of reasons. The number of
people saying they were
employed fell, as did the
number of people who said
they were out of work.
Fifteen million people
were unemployed in May.


INT-. . '.TL GHT

Old Town Bakery


930 Eaton St., Key West
If you have a hankering
for Old World-style cakes,
pastries and other traditional
confections, check out Old
Town Bakery at the corner
of Eaton and Grinnell streets
in Key West.
Owner Niall Bowen, a
classically trained French
pastry chef with a degree
from Johnson and Wales
University, started profes-
sionally baking in Key West
at Louie's Backyard in 1998. ..,
In that time he worked to "
open his own bakery but .
found commercial rents pro- ..-
hibitive. Then in 2005, he Old Toy
found a shop on Eaton baguett
Street, but that one fell vic-
tim to Hurricane Wilma. you're h
"I was almost open down ful sme.
the road," he said, "then and fre,
Wilma came through and Joe's co
took all the equipment I had. The
"It was discouraging. I filled
kind of gave up baking all tartlets
together. I started doing con- and chi
struction" and moved to Those r
Austin, Texas. $2.75 to
"That just wasn't doing Bowe
it," he said. "I had to get custom
back to the Keys, and here occasion
we are." Thursda
Walk in the door and already


wn Bakery owner Niall Bowen
es on a recent Thursday morning.


hit with the wonder-
lls of butter, sugar
shly brewed Island
ffee.
pastry counter is
with 6clairs, fruit
and ham and swiss
ocolate croissants.
ange in price from
$4.
en is also making
wedding and all-
n cakes. B'y 7:45 on
y morning he had
taken three orders.


IN BRIEF


Chamber sets lunch,
business after-hours

The Greater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce's
monthly luncheon is set for
noon to 1 p.m. June 15 at the
Marathon Yacht Club.
The luncheon will feature
a town hall format for cham-.
ber members regarding the


.future of Fishermen's
Hospital.
To RSVP, call or e-mail
Arlette at 743-5417 or
arlette @floridakeys
marathon.com.
The chamber's business
after-hours social this month
will be a block party from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 29 at
Town Square Mall, 11400
Overseas Highway.


prepares fresh


You know those cakes you
see on Food Network's "Ace
of Cakes," with bright rain-
bow colors and elaborate
cartoon scenes? These are
nothing like that.
"What we're a little more
about is more simple taste,"
he said, explaining that
everything is made from
scratch. "If I don't make it,
I'd prefer not to sell it.
"We can do absolutely
anything as long as it's not
jacked with food coloring or
wrapped in sugar dough."
Old Town Bakery is open
from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
every day except
Wednesday.
Call 396-7450, check out
www.oldtownbakerykey
west.com or stop by 930
Eaton St.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that on June 22, 2010
beginning at 6:00 P.M. in the Harvey Government Center, 1200 Truman Avenue, Key West,
Florida, a public meeting will be held regarding the

HIGGS BEACH PARK MASTER PLAN

The meeting is being held for the purpose of providing public information and obtaining public
input and will be conducted by local architect William P Horn. P.A., with assistance from the
Monroe County Project Management Department. The agenda is as follows:
* Introduction of Teamr
* Schedule for Master Plan Process
* History of Project and Park
* Existing Conditions and Issues
* Summary of Higgs Beach Committee Efforts
* Workshop Session
* Summary

Persons interested in this issue are invited to attend. For more information, please contact Jerry
Barnett. Director, Monroe County Project Management Department, 1100 Simonton Street,
Room 216, Key West, Florida 33040 by phoning (305) 292-4416, via facsimile to (305) 295-4321
or via email to barnett-jerry@monroecounty-fl.gov.

The public is further advised that some or all of the members of the Monroe County Commission,
the Monroe County Project Management Department, the Monroe County Tourist Development
Council, the Key West City Commission, the Friends of Higgs Beach and/or their appointed rep-
resentatives and/or District Advisory Commnittee members, may attend the meeting and discuss
items that may come before their respective commissions, councils, or advisory boards.

Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal
any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such hearings or meet-
ings, he will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.

ADA ASSISTANCE: If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to par-
ticipate in this ;-" *. ii . please contact Jerry' Barnett, Director; Monroe County Project Management
Department. Monroe County. by phoning (305) 292-4416, between the hours of 8:30 a.mn. - 5:00 p.m., no
later than two (2) working days prior to the scheduled meeting: if you are hearing or voice impaired, call
711 or via fiiacsimile to (305) 295-4321 or via e-mail to barnett-ierry@monroecounv4-f1.ov.

Dated at Key West, Florida this 17th day of May, 2010.


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Tax Talk


DANNY L. KOLHAGE, Clerk of the Circuit Court
and ex officio Clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners of Monroe County, Florida
Published Keynoter 6/5/10


June

Facts


Tag Talk


FROM

THE TAX COLLECTOR


* First Installment Tax Notices for 2010 were mailed out. If the first installment has
not been paid you will be removed from the plan.
* Delinquent Tangible taxes for 2009 must be paid by June 30, 2010 or a warrant
will be issued in July.
* Local Business Tax renewals will be mailed out at the end of June for the coming year.
* The Snook permit fee will increase from $2.00 to $10.00 and the lobster permit fee
will increase from $2.00 to $5.00.
* A Deer permit (new) will be required starting July 1, 2010 and the fee will be $5.00.
It will be included in the annual Sportsman's license, Gold Sportsman's license
and also the Military Gold Sportsman's license.


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Wayne Davis
Wayne Robert Davis,
51, died from cancer on
May 10. He moved to Key
Largo from Loxahatchee.
He is survived by his
longtime companion
Jeanne M. Purdy; daughter
Amber and granddaughter
Lexie from Okeechobee;
parents Gene and Ruth


Davis of Bronson; sister
Linda (Wayne) Corbett o',
Georgia; and niece Jessica
Darville and nephew
Michael Darville of
Boynton Beach.
Memorial donations can
be made to the American
Cancer Society Relay for
Life.


Graduation ceremonies were held Friday morning for the 3- and 4-year-olds at the
Grace Jones Day Care Center in Marathon. It was the first time the center has held
commencement.


Fire displaces 13


Trailer burns
Wednesday on
Maloney Avenue
Keynoter Staff

An early-morning mobile-
home fire displaced 13 adults
Wednesday at the Ocean
Spray Trailer Park on Maloney
Avenue on Stock Island. ,
The Monroe County


Hospital board
changes meeting
The Fishermen's Hospital
community board has
changed the time of one of
the public meetings it's hold-
ing to introduce potential hos-
pital operators to the public.
The meetings are sched-
uled for June 15 at 3 p.m. and
June 16 at 10 a.m. and 2 and,
now, 6 p.m. at the firehouse
at Florida Keys Marathon
Airport.
Naples-based Health
Management Associates has
been running the medical
center since 1986, but its
lease expires in July 2011.
Eight health management
firms were sent requests for


Sheriff's Office says six trail-
ers burned, and two were
complete losses.
When deputies John
Gabay and Joshua Pool
responded to reports of a fire
at 2 a.m. they saw that two
trailers had caught fire and
were fully engulfed in
flames. They evacuated the
residents of nearby trailers
and at an adjacent trailer
park. The Fire Marshal's
Office is investigating how


proposals to operate the hos-
pital when - and if - HMA
leaves.

Board changes
workshop time
The Monroe County
School Board has changed
the time of its Tuesday work-
shop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
It's at the School District
headquarters at Trumbo Point
in Key West.
Among items expected to
be discussed are whether to
reverse a board decision that
does away with the valedic-
torian and salutatorian desig-
nations for graduating sen-
iors following next year's
graduations.


the fired started.
"It could have been a lot
worse," said J.B. Hunt, who
runs the American Red Cross
in the Keys. She said a few of
the destroyed trailers were
vacant.
The Red Cross was on
scene by 3:45 a.m. arranging
for food, clothing and lodg-
ing for those displaced.
In addition to the resi-
dents, several cats and dogs
were rescued.


Veterans Affairs
expands services
The Monroe County
Veterans Affairs Office is
expanding its scope by pro-
viding limited services to
Lower Keys veterans.
Veterans Affairs will have
a counselor available at the
Big Pine Key Senior Center
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
June 10, 17 and 24. The
counselor will be able to help
veterans apply for health
care, and get help for service-
connected disabilities and
other issues. The senior cen-
ter is at 380 Key Deer Blvd.
To find out more, call
295-5150.


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S" A Big Pine woman goes across the state to learn
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Sports & Outdoors

Community. Lifestyle

Arts & Entertainment


New challenge


for wreck divers


Try to hit
all of them on
Shipwreck Trail

The Wre'ck Trek Passport
Program spotlighting the
Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail
now awaits divers.
Certified divers can
explore the destination's most
appealing feature - a string
of sunken vessels and artificial
reefs - and be awarded for
logging back-to-back wreck
dives or dives on subsequent
visits through Jan. 1, 2012.
Divers taking up the chal-
lenge receive an Official Flo-
rida Keys Wreck Trek logbook
upon reserving dive trips with
participating dive shops. The


Rugby squad
practices today

The Key West Rugby Club is
hosting rugby practice today at
the end of Smathers Beach in
Key West at 2 p.m. Afterward,
the team will head to the Shan-
na Key Pub at 4 p.m. to watch the
collegiate rugby championships.
The team is preparing for its
summer season. The club,
comprising military and civil-
ian members, has regular prac-
tices Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. at
Bernstein Park on Stock Island.
This summer, Key West will
travel to several tournaments,
including the Todd Miller
Tournament in Orlando on June
26 and the Fort Myers Beach
Barefoot Tournament in July.
Rugby combines the non-
stop action of soccer and the
hard-hitting contact of Ameri-
can football. New members are
always welcome. For more in-
formation contact Chris Watson
at (352) 562-6168 or Bill Mc-
Donough at 849-2753.

Fishing Derby
is just for kids
Kids ages 6 to 14 are invit-
ed for a half-day fishing trip
off the shores of Key Colony
Beach aboard the Sea King
party boat on June 15 for the
annual Kids Fishing Derby,
staged by the cities of Key
Colony Beach and Marathon.
Fishing is from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. Parents should arrive at
Key Colony Beach City Hall
at 7 a.m. for check-in.
Those who want to partici-
pate must register by noon June
11. Registration forms are avail-
able at Key Colony Beach City
Hall. Participation is limited to
the first 80 kids. Lunch will be
provided at the Key Colony Inn
around noon followed by an
awards ceremony for the big-
gest catch in each age group.
For more information con-
tact Key Colony Beach Police
Officer Kris Digiovanni or
Police Chief Robert Petrick at
289-1212, Ext. 2.

Work out with
cardio tennis
Wonderlin Tennis at
Boatman's Sombrero Resort in
Marathon is offering free cardio
tennis classes June 9 through
12. Cardio Tennis is a new
group activity featuring drills to
give players of all abilities a
high-energy, one-hour workout.
Participants can attend
single or multiple sessions.
Preregistration is recom-
mended by calling 304-4802.

Seabees holding
golf tournament

The Navy Seabees at Naval
Air Station in Key West are
holding their eighth bi-annual
Seabee Ball Golf Tournament


dive passport highlights nine
shipwrecks from Key Largo to
Key West including the Spieg-
el Grove, Duane, Bibb, Eagle,
Thunderbolt, Adolphus Busch
Sr', Cayman Salvager, Joe's
Tug and the Vandenberg.
After one wreck dive in each
district of the Keys, divers re-
ceive a personalized collage of
Keys wrecks suitable for fram-
ing. Upon completing all nine
wreck dives, qualifying divers
are entered into a drawing for
one of several grand prizes in-
cluding dive equipment and
dive-and-stay lodging packages.
Each wreck varies in skill
level.
For more information about
the Wreck Trek Passport Pro-
gram, visit www.fla-keys.com/
diving/wrecktrek.


at the Key West Golf Course
on July 23. It's a fundraiser for
the Seabee Ball, which will be
held next March.
Cost is $50 for E- 1 through
E-6, $60 for E-7 through 0-2,
and $70 for 0-3 and up, as well
as civilians. The tournament is
a four-man scramble. Lunch
will be served after the golf
action is done, with the awards
and door prizes being awarded.
Contact Safety Chief Joe
Coles at (228) 313-2922 or
joseph.j.coles@navy.mil

Hammon offering
kids'swim classes

.. Islamorada resident Col-
leen Hammon, a 27-year veter-
an swim instructor certified
with the American Red Cross,
is offering, two-week safety
swim classes for kids at
Founders Park in Islamorada.
In separate classes of 30
minutes each, Hammon teach-
es water safety and basic
swimming skills to children of
various ages and skill levels.
There are four different group
levels available.
Parent and Babies is for
ages 6 to 23, months. Parent
and Child is for ages 2 to 3
years. Level 1-2 Beginners is
for children 4 to 6. Level 3 is
for kids 6 and older.
There are two sessions
available, June 7 to June 17,
and July 12 to July 22. Cost is
$80 for village residents, $100
for others. For more informa-,
tion, call Hammon at 852-3003
or Founders Park at 853-1685.

Flex-tennis
comes to Sombrero

Flex-tennis is coming to
Sombrero Country Club.
Richard Lorenzo, tennis
pro at Sombrero, says it com-
prises men's and women's
A/B Division singles and
doubles. It begins in July.
Sign-up deadline is June 20.
What is flex-tennis? Basic-
ally, players are grouped with
players of similar ability levels.
Players will be given a schedule
for 10 weeks starting in July;
you can play your matches any-
time during the week. You will
play each opponent twice.
Cost is $25 - which is
refundable if you play all your
matches. You can enter by
sending an e-mail to Lorenzo
at rdblorenzo@aol.com or by
calling Sombrero Country
Club at 743-2551, Ext. 23.

Marathon swim team
signs up swimmers
Registration for the
Marathon chapter of United
States Swimming is now
being held for the summer
session.
For information call 743-
4443 or 743-4442 and ask
for information about the
Marathon swim team.


Court lets Leach's



lawsuit go forward


Key Wester
was fired by
Texas Tech

Associated Press

Former Texas Tech football
coach Mike Leach, now a Key
West resident who's helping
coach the Key West High
School football teani, can move
forward with a lawsuit claiming
breach of contract over his fir-
ing, which followed allegations
of player mistreatment, a judge
ruled Tuesday.
Texas District Judge Wil-
liam C. Sowder struck down
Texas Tech's claim of sover-
eign immunity from the breach-
of-conduct claim. But Sowder
upheld the university's sover-
eign immunity against the law-
suit's other claims, which in-


eluded libel, slander and viola-
tion of Texas' Whistleblower Act.
The university fired Leach
on Dec. 30, two days after sus-
pending him amid allegations
he mistreated a player with a
concussion. Leach denies mis-
treating Adam James and sus-
pects an $800,000 bonus he
was to have received Dec. 31
was the reason he was fired.
James, the son of former
NFL player and ESPN analyst
Craig James, has said his
coach twice ordered him to
stand for hours while confined
in a dark place during practice.
Leach's legal team said in
a statement that Sowder's rul-
ing validates Leach's position
in the lawsuit. Leach's attor-
neys claimed he is owed $9'
million under the breach-of-
contract claim.
"While we understand Tex-
as Tech's desire to enforce the


LEACH


defense of
sovereign
immunity, we
do not under-
stand Tech's
continued
refusal to
acknowledge
its obligations
to Mike


Leach, especially in light of
Judge Sowder's ruling," the
statement said.
Tech attorney Dicky Grigg
said in a statement that the
school is "pleased" the judge
granted sovereign immunity
in Leach's other claims and
that the university will appeal
the breach-of-contract claim
ruling to the Seventh Court of
Appeals in Amarillo.
The university's lawyers
had argued Leach could not
sue the school because Texas
Tech is a state entity that can


only be sued with permission
from the state Legislature or
a waiver based on a defen-
dant's conduct.
The judge ruled, in the
breach-of-contract claim, that
Tech waived its immunity by its
conduct. His ruling said there
was "no basis, legal or factual,"
for waiver of conduct in any of
Leach's other six claims.
The judge also dismissed
three top administrators - uni-
versity system Chancellor Kent
Hance, school President Guy
Bailey and Athletic Director Ger-
ald Myers - from the lawsuit.
Grigg said he expects two
members of the Board of Re-
gents also named in the suit to
be dismissed at a later date.
Tuesday's ruling came
after six months of court fil-
ings and depositions, in-
cluding by Leach, Craig and
Adam James.


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AnneMarie Jones of New Lenox, Ill., caught this little guy while on a recent vacation at the Little Torch Key home she
and her husband Chuck own.'Our goal was to catch me a dolphin, and we did. I know it is not a huge one, but it was
a keeper and nonetheless I am pretty happy. We did release her; maybe next time we'll have a feast.'She caught it,
with Chuck captaining the boat, in 600 feet of water about eight miles from Little Torch.

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First Triple Slam a success


Tournament
raises money
for dog park

Thirty anglers faced off in
competition for a variety of lo-
cal species during the inaugu-
ral Triple Slam Fishing Tourn-
ament that ended May 29.
Sherry Hannon of Big Pine
Key landed first place and
$800 cash in the heaviest dol-


phin category with a 33.5-
pound fish. She and her hus-
band, Capt. David Harmon,
fished on the Reel Addiction.
A $350 prize for catching
the largest grouper went to
Rick Mullegki, also of Big
Pine Key, on his own boat, the
Knot Exactly. His fish
weighed 12 pounds.
The prize of $350 cash for
the largest aggregate weight of
10 snapper was awarded to
Leslie Torbert of Homestead.


Fishing" on the Hammer Time
with Capt. Steve Hamilton of
Summerland Key, Torbert cap-
tured 10 mutton snapper with
a total weight of 90.5 pounds.
Tanya Toro, also of Sum-
merland, was named the tour-
name'nt's top lady angler,
earning $200 cash for her
16.5-pound dolphin. She
fished from the boat Halftime.
In a pre-tournament con-
test held May 22, Capt.
Charlie Fricke of Cudjoe


Key guided his grandson
Timmy Fricke to the win.
Thirteen-year-old Timmy
landed a 51.5-pound dol-
phin while fishing on his
grandfather's Squid Row.
Tournament proceeds
helped benefit the construc-
tion of a Big Pine dog park,
and organizers said partici-
pating anglers donated more
than 75 pounds of canned
goods for the Big Pine Food
Bank.


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during Memorial Day weekend. It was one of 21 dolphin he and his dad Jerry pulled in that day.


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Living


Maya Totman (right) and her team go through the arduous process of cleaning a common loon.


How to clean an oiled bird


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with experienced
organization,

The founder of a Lower
Keys wildlife rescue group
has some advice for-those who
want to help de-oil birds if oil
from the Deepwater Horizon
rig explosion comes ashore in
Florida - which seems likely,
even as soon as today: You
should tiain now, because
cleaning a bird is no easy task.
So says Maya Totman,
founder of Florida Keys
Wildlife Rescue on Big Pine
Key. She went through train-
ing on May 27 in Sarasota
with the group Save Our
Seabirds, which led the clean-
ing efforts for seabirds when
365 barrels of oil spilled into
the Tampa Bay channel in
1993 after three boats collided.
First, she says, oiled birds
are not washed immediately.
It's critical to their survival

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Across 58
1 GM line until 2004 59
5 "You're making _ 60
mistake!"
9 Coming-out parties
13 Value 63
19 Mariner or 66
Mountaineer, briefly 69
20 Moon over Milano
21 Jazz giant, familiarly 70
22 Annoyingly small 71
23 Lago filler 72
24 Animated bug film 74
25 Cyberseller's site
26 Like some cham- 78
pagne glasses 79
27 Reason for a bur- 81
glar to take aspirin? 85
31 Joe Louis, e.g.
32 "Gigi" author 88
33 Cassis cocktail 90
34 "Bummer" 91
35 Display a casual shirt?
39 Checkup responses 92
41 What Forum 93
addresses were in 94
42 Mr. !:old detec- 95
tive game 97
43 Log opening 100
46 Prepare pupils for 104
an exam?
51 Israeli arms 107
52 Mama bear: Span. 108
53 One who sings dur-
- ing meals? 109
56 "Me,_ & Irene":
2000 film 115


that they be medically stabi-
lized, which can take days or
even weeks. Then they can
be washed.
In Sarasota, participants
were divided into wash teams,
with one experienced person
per team. Each team practiced
with three 15-gallon tubs of
water, each with varying
amounts of Dawn detergent.
Job duties were group leader,
bird holder, bird washers,
assistants, water team and
support staff. Real birds that
had died from other injuries
were used in the training.
"Washing an oiled bird is a'
labor-intensive process. The oil
on birds [that] have required
more time to stabilize general-
ly requires another soaking
with canola oil to soften the old
oil," she says. "Then, one
-worker ladles warm tempera-
ture-controlled soapy water
over the bird's body and wings
while another gently strokes
the oil off thefeathers. A third
volunteer assists in cleaning


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This bird had died from injuries unrelated to the
Deepwater Horizon incident, so it was used for training


people to clean oiled birds.

and also holds the bird in the
tub to prevent it from bobbing
its head underwater."
Once the water is dirty,
the bird is transferred to
another tub, and the process
is repeated. The average bird
will need three washings,
but some require more.
After the oil is removed,
all traces of detergent must
be rinsed away: any residue


can impede the natural
waterproofing of the bird's
plumage. After the rinsing,
one should see water bead
up and roll off the feathers
on all parts of the bird.
The common loony
worked on by Totman's team
took 45 minutes to clean
before it was declared
acceptably clean by .Save
Our Seabirds trainers.


crossword puzzle
"Taketh Away" - Solution in the June 9 Keynoter


Noshed
"Take _face value"
Where to buy
"Splitting Up For
Dummies"?
Legal precedent
Texter's "Lordy!"
Cagney's "Yankee
Doodle Dandy" role
'60s activist Bobby
Hi- . graphics
Trip acquisition
Reaction to a New
Year's Day birth?
"Assuming that..."
Net income earner?
With hands on hips
Salamander
coverage?
OED entries'
Arrow groove
Got a little hoarse
at the race, maybe
Seaside bird
Moo goo _ pan
Take place
Buckeyes'sch.
Defy a parent?
Seat belt, e.g.
Shakespeare
contemporary
Funny DVD feature
"Love Story"
author Segal
Corn that may or
may not be eaten?
Sailor with "muskles"


117 Jay's home
118 to one's neck
119 Textile machine
"120 Fends off
121 Disney lioness
122 " fan tutte"
123 Coventry carriage
124 Microscope parts
125 Computer since 1998
126 Some Fr. martyrs
127 Like some feed

Down
1 Actor Epps
2 Versatile block
3 Clobber
4 Healing sign
5 Family support group
6 They botch jobs
7 Where there are
too many fish, as
'. per a 1964 hit
8 Newspaper name
9 One of The
Ramones
10 Island off Tuscany
11 _belt
12 Acknowledge a
passerby
13 ""Unbelievable" band
14 Ethiopian messiah
15 Bullish start?
16 _ Park, Colorado
17 "The Mask of Zorro"
heroine
18 1962 Paul Petersen


28 Screen picture
29 Scarfed down
30 Horse and buggy_
35 Run-down area
36 Lacking clarity
37 Bluesman Redding
38 More erudite
40 "Good" cholesterol,
briefly
43 Opal finish?
44 Water_: dental
gadget
45 Picnic pitcherful
47 Nonclerical
48 Floral perfume
49 Pull one's leg
50 Some Deco works
52 Go __ a tangent
53 6 on a handset
54 Former Mideast org.
55 "Be _.."
57 Tiny parasites
58 D.C.'s Union, e.g.
61 Exiled South
Vietnamese president
62 "Nausea" novelist
64 _a fox
65 Weather-resistant
wood
66 Basketmaking branch
67 Diva Anna
68 Keen enjoyment
70 California's Big _
73 Soccer ball brand
74 Islamic spirit
75 Still product: Abbr.
76 Bridal page word


77 React to a shot, say
' 80 Swiss river
82 Soft shoes
83 Victoria's Secret spec
84 Cajun staple
86 One starting out
87 Radical campus gp.
88 Start of an adage
about economy
89 Rid, as of false ideas
93 Some Hawthorne
works
94 Like the lama, but
not the llama, in a
Nash poem
96 Lei wearer's strings
97 Cold relief caplet
98 Bad place to be stuck
99 Giraffe cousins
100 Usually green
flower part
101 Treasure hoard
102 Go from green to
red, often
103 Their service is
impeccable
105 One-named Greek
singer
106 Hope
110 Mallorca, for one
111 Kal Kan rival
112 Director Ephron
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it out
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Mariners offers
asthma camp

Mariners Hospital in Tav-
ernier is hosting a free one-day
camp for children diagnosed
with mild to severe asthma.
The camp, sponsored by the
Mariners Hospital Wellness
Fund, is open to children ages 5
to 13 who live in Monroe
County. It will be held at Foun-
ders Park in Islamorada, mile
marker 87, on Aug. 16.
Respiratory therapists and
nurses will teach children how
to control their asthma better.
There also will be games and
other activities for campers.
Although the program is free,
space is limited to 16 children.
To register for the camp or
for more information, contact
Kelly Nowrey at 434-1635 or
kellyn@baptisthealth.net. The
registration deadline is July 15.

Summer Bible
study starts

Beginning Sunday, Father
Jack Stanton, interim rector at
St. James the Fisherman Epis-
copal Church in Islamorada
will present a series of sum-
mer Bible studies on the Book
of the Acts of the Apostles in
place of the sermon during the
9 a.m. Sunday services.
Written by Luke, the auth-
or of the gospel that bears his
name, the Book of Acts is the
story of the work of the apos-
tles as they started the church
following the death and res-
urrection of Jesus.
The service will continue
with the Holy Eucharist and
all baptized people are invited
to receive Holy Communion.
Refreshments will be served
after the service, with a time
for questions and discussion
about the Bible.
St. James is mile marker
87.5 bayside.

Model Train Club
meets Wednesday

The Key West Model Train
Club meets at 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday. All ages and skill levels
are invited. For specifics, call
Skip Fleet at 292-1009.


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Eco-Discovery
movies are Sunday-:"

The Florida Keys Eco-Disc-
overy Center hosts a day of- jee
movies this coming Sunday. '
At 2 and 6 p.m., "A Sea
Change," a documentary
about ocean acidification,
will be screened.
At 4 and 8 p.m., "End of the
Line," a documentary about
overfishing and its impacts on
ocean health.
, Both films are recipients of
NOAA 2010 Environmental
Hero Awards. The Florida
Keys Eco-Discovery Center is
on the Truman Waterfront at
the end of Southard Street. in
Key West.

Blood-pressure
screens offered

Hospice of the Florida
Keys/Visiting Nurse Associ-
ation is offering free blood-
pressure clinics.
They're set for June 10.at
the Dallas MacDonald Senior
Center on Big Pine Key from
11 a.m. to noon; June 15 at
the Plantation Key Senior
Center from 11 a.m. to noon;
June 17 at Key Colony Beach
City Hall from 10:30 to 11-:30
a.m.; and June 22 at the
MarathonwSenior Center from
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. .,
For more information,
call Brigitte Miner at 294-
4310, Ext. 35, or send an e-
mail to bminer@hospicev-
na.com.

Learn all about
the diving bell

Halley's diving bell is.the
topic for the June 16
Immerse Yourself! program'
at the History of Diving
Museum in Islamorada.
The free program will
explore the significance of the
diving bell and how astron-
omer Edmund Halley improv-
ed the design, discovered the
underwater realm and changed
diving history.
The museum is at mile
marker 83 bayside. Call 664-
9737 for more information or
visit www.DivingMuseum.org.


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V'iJ E COUNTY SCHOOLS


BPW/Florida President Venita Garvin Valdez (center) is presented with a plaque for her leadership, dedication and
service as her second one-year term as president of the statewide group winds down. With her are past presidents
Carole Tolomeo (left) and Nancy Hurlbert. Garvin Valdez is the only person that has served two consecutive terms as
president in the organization's history since 1919. Statewide, there are 670 members. Garvin Valdez is chief executive
.officer of the Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter.

HEALTH MATTERS


3 more dengue cases reported


Expert panel
meets Monday
in Key West

The Monroe , County
Health Department is prepar-
ing to relaunch its dengue-
fever awareness campaign,
as it investigates three more
cases of dengue-like symp-
toms reported in Old Town
Key West last month.
As part of the awareness
campaign,. the department
plans to host an expert panel
on dengue for the general
public. Panelists will take
questions from the public
8:30 to 10 a.m. on Tuesday in


'Nickel'author
speaks on Monday
Jim Gamlin, the author of
"A Home for Nickel," is the
guest speaker of Save-A-
Tiirtle when it meets at 7:30
p.m. Monday at the Turtle
Hospital in Marathon.
Nickel is a turtle living at
S the Shedd Aquarium in Chi-
cago. Gamlin will have books
for sale and will sign them.


the Monroe County Commis-
sion chambers at the Harvey
Government Center on
Truman Avenue in Key West.
The last confirmed case of
dengue was reported in mid-
April in a 41-year-old Old
Town man who has since
fully recovered. The case
prompted the department to
restate last summer's health
advisory on dengue in Key
West on April 19.
Lab results on the three
potential cases of the mos-
quito-borne illness that sur-
faced in late May are expect-
ed within the next week.
"It's not surprising to see
people with dengue-like
symptoms pop up every now


Following his presenta-
tion, the group will discuss
the issues regarding the'
Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Save-A-Turtle is a volun-
teer nonprofit organization
dedicated to the preservation
and protection of rare and
endangered marine turtles
and to the enhancement of
their habitats in the Keys
and throughout the world.
To find out more, go to
www.save-a-tiurtle.org.


and then once dengue has
been established in an area,
since it is truly almost impos-
sible to completely eradicate
it," Administrator Bob Eadie
said.
Eadie said that the depart-
ment is particularly interest-
ed in reaching out to the med-
ical community.
"Of paramount impor-
tance to the Monroe County
Health Department is to
ensure that the medical
provider community is alert-
ed to the presence of the dis-
ease and updated on proce-
dures for diagnosis and treat-
ment, with Medical Director
Dr. Mark Whiteside available
as a consultant," he said.


Learn Photoshop
in the Upper Keys
The Upper Keys Mac User
Group will host a program on
the Photoshop program and
some of the "wow" effects
you can get with it, at 7 p.m.
June 10 at the Key Largo
library in Trade Winds Plaza.
Via video, experts from all
over the country show how to
do things you've always


Dengue can be contracted
from the bite of an Aedes
aegypti mosquito infected
with the virus. There is no
vaccine or anitidote. Symp-
toms include high fevers,
severe headaches, bone aches
and rash. Anyone experienc-'
ing dengue-like symptoms
should see their physician.
"We continue to encour-
age everyone to take respon-
sibility for their own health,"
Eadie said. "The two biggest
preventive measures that
anyone can take are to wear
mosquito repellent and dump
standing water in and around
homes and properties to help
prevent more mosquitoes
from breeding."


dreamed of being able to do
with your photos, such light-
ing effects, layer masks, text
effects, motion blurs, poster-
izing and other cool effects.
The group welcomes
both PC and Mac users. The
meeting is free and open to
the public, doesn't require
reservations, and includes
refreshments. Call 451-4601
or go to www.ukmug.org
for more information.


Marathon High School graduate Ethan Wallace thanks
Linnea Cunningham, president of the Marathon Garden
Club, for his $1,000 scholarship.


Scholarships


awarded


Groups honor
graduates with
college help

With the end of the
school year comes scholar-
ship awards for graduating
seniors. Among those
awarded the past week:
* The Florida Keys
Commercial Fishermen's As-
sociation has awarded $7,000
in scholarships to sons and
daughters of families work-
ing in the seafood industry.
They are Elizabeth Lopez and
Vyviana Sawley from Coral
Shores High School; Megan
McKenna, Luis Gonzalez Jr.
and Dominic Arguez from
Marathon High; and Julie
Holroyd and Paige Spenser
from Key West High.
* Ethan Wallace, a grad-
uate of. Marathon High
School, received a $1,000
scholarship from the Mara-
thon Garden Club. It's giv-


en to a student majoring in
horticulture, botany, land-
scape design, environmen-
tal or marine studies, or
conservation of natural re-
sources. Wallace will at-
tend Florida Keys Com-
munity College for the first
two years of his studies.
* The Upper Keys Cen-
tury Business and Profes-
sional Women's Club has
awarded Coral Shore gradu-
ate Marissa Knapp $1,000
and Elizabeth Lopez and
Devin Washington $500.
* The Key Deer Protec-
tion Alliance and Friends and
Volunteers of Refuges have
awarded $1,000 Mick Put-
ney Memorial Scholarships
to Marathon High graduate
Jeremy Foell and Key West
High graduate Michael Com-
mander.
Coral Shores High school
graduated 155 students on
Wednesday, Marathon High
75 on Thursday and Key
West High 300 on Friday.


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Keys Arts and Entertainment this week


'You Can't


Bring That


Bike in Here'


'Bicycle
Comedian'
peddles jokes

L'Attitudes Staff

If you want to experi-
ence some laughs and
some insights from a
long-distance rider comic,
then Marathon


Community Theatre has
just the performer to fit
the bill.
Tom Snyders, who
calls himself the "Bicycle
Comedian," will perform
one show at 8 p.m.
Monday, June 7 at the
Theatre gallery, 5101
Overseas Hwy., Marathon.
Snyders has appeared

* See Comedy, 6B


"I try to engage people in this imaginative world where everything is loud but where you can have your own interpretation.
I'm very attracted to mystery and the sense of wonder. To bring that to the world is a big accomplishment." .'
- Michel Delgado
* See our Artist at Woik feature, 5B.|


Auditions Monday at Red Barn


Casting for
Winter season
comedies
L'Attitudes Staff

The Red Barn will hold
cold reading auditions' from
5-7 p.m. Monday, June 7.
Script pages will bp avail-
able to those who want to aud-
ition for two comedies plan-
ned for the 2010-2011 season.
The first play, "Greet-
ings!" is written by Tom
Dudzick and will be directed


by Joy hawkins.
It has a performance run
schedule Dec. 14 through
Jan. 15.
A brief synopsis of
"Greetings!" describes this
comedy as:
"Andy Gorski has a sweet
Catholic mother, a sour Cath-
olic father and a very develop-
mentally challenged younger
brother. He also has a Jewish
finance who is an atheist, and
he is bringing her home for
Christmas. Mayhem and mir-
acles ensue."
The second comedy with
cold reading auditions Mon-


day will be "Becky's New
Car," written by Steve Dietz.
The play has a March 8-April
9 run schedule and will be
directed by Joy-Hawkins.
"Ever been-tempted to flee
your own life? This captivat-
ing new comedy follows
Becky on a 'road test' trip
away from her marriage, her
job and her free-loading son
while the audience rides shot-
gun. Warmly humorous,
inventive and a bit romantic."

Summer classes
Starting June 14, the Red


Barn hosts summer acting
classes with Carole MacCartee
and Tom Murtha at the helm.
Now in its 18th summer,
the program offers classes in
scene study and monologue/
auditions. Scene Study work-
shops run Monday and Friday,
June 14 thru July 23, with
.final performances on July 24
and 25. Tuition costs $180.
The monologue/audition
workshops meet each
Wednesday June 16 thru
July 21. Tuition costs $90.
For more information,
call MacCartee at 305-296-
5587.


The Red Barn will be holding auditions from 5-7 p.m.
Monday, June 7. In the past they have staged many
successful shows, such as 'The Graduate.'


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I'm from West Africa-Dakar, Senegal. I left Africa
when I was about 19, maybe 20. 1 went to Paris to get into
the army, but when I got over there I changed my mind
very quickly ... it was bizarre. I stayed there for over nine
years and I was lucky to be exposed to very good quality
art, very good quality culture.
In the late 1980s, I came to Key West, a place I never
thought I'd be. I didn't think I'd stay here for more than
'vo weeks. I hated it at first, but now it is much better for
'me because I am much happier within myself. I needed to
'make a lot of adjustments.

Was there a particular moment in your
childhood when you recognized that you
wanted to be an artist?
I had a lot of inner questions about life when I was
-growing up, a lot of questions about life and how we are
developing here. No one around me was able to answer
Stem, and I convinced myself that through art I would be
ale to come up with those answers.
I've been painting since I was 17 or 18, and I knew I
Wanted to be an artist when I was in middle school. But
there was no way for me to make this belief clear to my
!family when I was growing up. Even now, my family
doesn't understand it, they say, 'This is what you do for a
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get it - I didn't get writing and I didn't get mathematics


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Michel Delgado


Art is 'a curse and a blessing'

Paints:-.-. . . - -. -


Enamel and oil

Intentions:
Wliha I tri to do is to
convey an e\penence. an
emotional or ph.,ical or
spiritual experience.
What I'm trnmg to punt
is a lii ing thiilg.

Joys:
There's no greater feel-
ing to me than to come
into m\ studio in the
mgrnlng and seeing the
Work I did the night
before. .

Influences:
Leon Golub because
the way he reveals hat
he explores is \.erN loud.
very aggressive. I also
like the innocence of Jean
Dubuffet. I like the fact
that he doe-n't intellectu-
alize painting.


- my mind wanted something much more open and cre-
ative. Art was the answer for me.

Where does your art come from?
Where is it going?
It comes from another world, from I don't know where.
I am not projecting a destination, which can be very frus-
trating because the images come as I go forward. Learning
art is hard. It's hard and it's cold. I never had any formal
training, and everything I've learned I've learned on my
own. Sometimes I think it's a curse and sometimes I think
it's a blessing, but I wouldn't trade it for anything.

How do you begin a new piece?
When I first start painting something, 75 percent of the
time I don't like it. Something I had to learn was how to
stay with the painting instead of saying 'I don't like that'
and moving on to something else. Now I know that I don't
have to like something to get it started, I just have to trust it.

Your paintings often include animals like
goats, horses and mules. How are they
significant to you?
I love to observe animals. I think that a lot of our
behaviors are very connected to them. If I take my expres-
sions and channel them through the animals, then it
becomes less representational. I'm not painting a white
man or a black man and throwing them this way or that


'Brut Naif'
painter Michel
Delgado works
mainly with oil
and enamel
paints. Filled
with images
that signify a
kind of honesty
that cannot be
taught, his work
pleases the eye
and provokes
the mind.

Photo be
JENNIFER 0 LE 4R


way. That is not mysterious enough, it is not interesting
enough. And the animals like the goat, they are in the
bible, they are in the koran, they are found in every differ-
ent sacrifice, in every different ritual and religion ... those
images are always there.

How do you detach yourself
from finished work?
Once they're out, I don't have romantic attachments to
my paintings; they're to share with the world around me
and I can't wait to see them go out into the world. And
when they are finished they are ready to function, to go
places by themselves. My involvement is not needed any-
more. I love what I do and keep a good memory of the
paintings that I do, but they need to be speaking with the
people who want to have a conversation with them. They
will behave well, as long as they aren't falling off the wall.
If I hold on. to the energy that says 'it's mine,' I can't
focus on what's next.

What advice would you give to an artist
at the beginning of his career?
I would say that the secret is that there is no secret. If
you paint every day, then you will know, then you will
learn. Something will change in your life then that will be
enough for you to begin and to continue. And whether you
have financial security or not, that doesn't change where
you should go with your work.


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Florida Statute 45.031: Any
person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
,other than property owner as of
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,(60) days after the sale.
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:NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
'Alex's Auto Wrecking & Parts
,gives Notice of Foreclosure of
.Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 6/16/2010 9:00:00
'AM at 111 US Highwayl1
'# 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.
'U92 Ford Ranger
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2005 DAEL
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2008 JEEP Grand Cherokee
1J8HS48N58C225442
2008 Suzuki Forenza
KL5JD56Z48K901891
1996 HOND SA50
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2007 ZONG
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vehicles on 06/16/2010,8:30
am at 202 20TH ST. OCEAN,
MARATHON, FL 33050-2710,
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
PARADISE TOWING, INC.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.44-10-CP-68-K
Division: Prolbate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Walter A. Mitchell,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Walter A. Mitchell,
deceased, whose date of death
was November 12th, 2009,
and whose social security
number is ** ** 3137, 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 personal
representative's 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 OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


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decedent and other persons
.having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED '
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is Saturday May 29,
2010.
Personal Representative:
Marilayne M. Bailey
400 North 6th Street
PO Box 43 '
Keewatin, MN 55753
Lesley Rhyne, Esq.
CUNNINGHAM, MILLER, P.A.
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No.2772300
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage in business under
the fictitious name of BLUE
COAST SAVINGS
CONSULTANTS located at
25000 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY, SUITE 7, in the
County of MONROE, in the City
of SUMMERLAND KEY,
FLORIDA 33042 intends to
register the said name with the
Division of Corporations of the
Florida Department of State,
Tallahassee, Florida.
BLUE COAST FINANCIAL
GROUP, INC.
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Ad


260 * General -
Miscellaneous


GENERAL HOTEL &
RESTAURANT SUPPLY


CAN YOU SELL?

. WE WANT YOU!

* Flexible hours!
* Work where you live!
* 401 K & Benefits!

Send us your resume!
Unlimited potential for growth


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Miami Laoes, FL 33016
(305) 885-8651
Fax (305) 362-0082
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Now Iiring
Sales Inspector

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


200
EMPLOYMENT

260 * General -
Miscellaneous
Boat Cleaning, Maintenance.
Repair; pick-upo & delivery.
Experience required. Must
have valid Driver's License.
Marathon. 305-481-7006
BOAT SALES
P/T, F/T, top commissions,
sales exp. & dependable
transportation req'd. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123
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Licensed property MGR.
Good customer service &
computer skills necessary, ,
Quickbooks & general
knowledge in bookks.epng
For nlIer'.ew call
305-451-0232
MONROE COUNTY AIRPORT
MAINT. TECH KW
REO HS D1PORGED 3-5
YRS E:XP FL DL CLASS
VETPREFAVAIL DRUG-
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Ser ,.:e Mgir/Parts r.lgr Conm-
pute-r literale - OB preferred I
Equipment Op'Spotter OB'
New Boat Sales-comn s-
sioned. EXPERIENCED ONLY
w/good references need apply.
DFWP/EOE. Contact
sherry@marathonboatyard.
com, 305-743-6341
P/T SHOP HELP NEEDED
Must have electrical &
mechanical knowledge with
small appliances for shop in
Marathon. Call 305-743-0086



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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


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ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CANCER CENTER

Grand Prize - $5000 (Best 3 caught)
-" -ond Place - $1000 * Third Place - $500

DATE: June 18th - A9th, 2010
LOCATION: Island Grill, MM, 85.5 * Oceanside
FOR MORE INFO CALL: 305-664-8400
www.keysislandgrill.com


Miami rock band performs Saturday


Pontunes hosts
Coffee House
Gypsies 5-9 p.m.
L'Attitudes Staff

If you like the sounds of
Fleetwood Mac and The
Mamas and The Papas, then
you might want to check
out Pontunes Tiki Bar and
Marina Saturday, June 5.
The Coffee House


Gypsies, an award-winning
rock band from Miami, will
be performing from 5- 9
p.m.
A reviewer for The
Miami Herald described
The Coffee House Gypsies
as a "quintessential jam
band," and both The Herald
and Miami New Times have
compared their work to the
likes of Fleetwood Mac and
The Mamas and The Papas.
The Miami group won
the 2009 award for "Best


Pop Band" at the South
Florida QOOL Shows
Awards. And, in 2008, they
won nine Status QuO Live
Music Awards.
Their Saturday show will
include some cuts from
their latest album "The
Artist," along with fan
favorites and some improvi-
sation on stage.
The show admission is free.
During the concert,
Pontunes offers a free sun-
set cruise to anyone wanting


to tour Largo aboard The
Queen Anne's Revenge II.
To reserve a spot on the
boat, call 451-0864.
For more information
about The Coffee House
Gypsies, visit www.Coffee
HouseGypsies.com and.
download some FREE orig-
inal music before the show.:
For more information
about Pontunes and
Saturday's concert, e-mail
Oski Gonzalez at therock
thursdays@yahoo.com.


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S- H O S P I T A L


Medical Staff Coordinator
Pharmacy Technician
Surgical Technician
Registered Nurses (ER/ICU)

PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE GROUP

Clinic Nurse
Clinic Coordinator
Billing Clerk
Apply to: 3301 Overseas Highway * Maralhon, FI. 33050
"" w fihn rnii liwlI*pi.Il iiin
Human Resources: (305) 289-6'106 * FAX: (305) 743-3962
E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace


H,-,Ilhc.rie coverage, .101 llh m.tie.i nd r1liremrnf plan Send reslirnih In h
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7-60 General-
Miscellaneous

'' NOW HIRING
Pirate Wellness Center
Expands it Services.
We are looking for Wellness-
related professionals to join our
team. If you are a: Physician;
Nurse Practitioner; Physical
Therapist; Massage Therapist
or otherwellness related pro-
fessional, call Walt Drabinski at
(305) 744-3440 to learn more
about this opportunity.

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260 e General -
Miscellaneous
SEWER iNSTALLER Full time.
Heavy eqiupment experience a
plus, for work in Marathon with
locally owned company. Valid
driver license req. 743-4245
29 Serious People to Work
From Home using a computer.
Up to $1,500- $5,000 PT/FT
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*4 ( ,\'Wesley House
.. \ * Family Services

Family Counselor
F/T position in the Upper Keys is responsible for
providing two levels of in-home services client-centered
intensive preservation and stabilization services to strengthen
and preserve families by helping parents and children
manage conflict. The Counselor offers services to families
on a voluntary basis and works as part of the Wesley House
Team. Master's Degree in social services or related
human services field required.

Email resume to HR@wesleyhouse.org or stop by
1304 Truman Ave. for an application.
WHFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer



) j Wesley House
* Family Services

Event & Media Coordinator
Responsible for planning, implementing, and managing a
comprehensive fund raising and public awareness events,
public relations including press releases and contacts with
media and assisting with related development activities for
the agency. Bachelor degree required with a minimum of
three years experience of Event Planning, Development and
Fund Raising Experience in a non-for-profit. Competitive
salary and excellent benefits.
Email resume to HR@weslevhouse.ora or stop by
1304 Truman Ave. for an application.
WHFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer


265
Healthcare
Community Health of South
Florida, Inc. (CHI) pvt, non-
profit corp., has position for:
Pharmacy Manager- Licensed
in the State of Florida, at our
Marathon Center. Competitive
salary & exc benefits. Apply in
person, e-mail or fax resume to:
CHI, 10300 SW 216 Street,
Miami, FL 33190; Phone: (305)
252-4872; Fax: (305) 254-4987
THamilton@hcnetwork,org.
Equal Opportunity Employer


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270
Office - Clerical
ACCT'S RECEIVABLE
Registrar/Bookkeeper
Immediate F/T in Big Pine.
Must be proficient in Microsoft
Access & Excel. Send resume:
seacamp2002@aol.com,
Attn Bus Mqr or fax 872-2555
Local financial advisor
looking for P/T Clerical help.
Opportunity for advancement.
Upper Keys.
305-394-8864
MARATHON GARBAGE
SERVICE - is now hiring an
OFFICE ASSISTANT -
Computer exp. a must. Min. HS
Diploma/GED. Quick Books,
A/R, A/P experience a plus.
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY.
4290 Overseas Hwy., Mthn


106240 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo
First Class Vacation Resort seeking:
Resort Vacation Rental Manager
Full time with benefits
Applyin person, fax resume (305-853-1135) or email
resume to vivians@keyscaribbean.com
EOE DRUG FREE COMPANY


FRONT DESK
P/T leading to F/T
Must be able to work
Nights & Weekends.
Smaller Resort in the
Heart of Islamorada
Call 305-393-7494

275
Professional
Monroe Assoc for Retarded
Citizens (Upper Keys) is hiring
Substitutes. Background
check, current FL DL and refs
required. Call Corinne
(305)852-3282 EOE
300
SERVICES
330 ,
Business Services
Looking for a Local
Business? Also see
The Florida Keys Business
Directory in every issue of the
Keynoter!
Spotless Cleaning Service.
Most affordable rate. Condo,
residential, yatchs. Exc. ref's.
at Coral Harbor & Venetian
Shores. 4 hr. min. $75.
Call Rejeanne 852-9507.
360 * Professional
Services
Looking for a Local Service?
Also see
The Florida Keys Business
Directory in every issue of the
Keynoter!
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


500
MERCHANDISE
515 * Antiques'-
Collectibles
ALL AMERICAN COINS &
CURRENCY-SILVER & GOLD
Private Collector Pays Top
Dollar! Old Pennies to Large
Bills. Call (305) 743-5780
545 * Yard Sales-
Flea Markets
YARD SALE, Sat 7am-1 pm.
Household, bulk cleaning supp,
craft supp, boys clothes, more.
2490 Harbor Dr, Marathon
590
Miscellaneous
Approx 223 pieces of James
Hardie 5/16 x7 1/4 x 12in.
New with store tags attached.
Selling for 5.47 a board. Good
buy at $750.00 Buyer must
pickup.305-743-7993 or
386-405-7207.

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Saturday, June 5,2010 7B


Ralph Garcia and Vicki Gordon are the reigning king and queen of Fantasy Fest.


Fantasy Fest seeks 2010


King, Queen candidates


Royal Campaign
raises funds to
support AIDS Help

Picture yourself wearing
a cape, a crown, carrying a
royal scepter, drinking from
a royal chalice while riding
the royal float in the 2010
Fantasy Fest Parade and
basking in the cheers of
your loyal subjects.
If that sounds inviting,
then AIDS Help wants you
as a candidate to campaign
for King and Queen of
'Fantasy Fest 2010.
For anyone interested, a
.meeting is"scheduled at 6
'p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at
'.Square One, 1075 Duval St.
iAn informative question


and answer session 'is
planned, along with outlines
of the annual campaign.
"The Royal Campaign is
AIDS Help's most impor-
tant fundraiser of the year,"
said John Mumford,
Coronation Chair. "Every
penny raised during this
two-month campaign fills a
growing need at AIDS
Help. With continued cuts
in state and federal funding,


this helps fill the gap in pro-
viding housing, dental,
nutritional, medical, phar-
maceutical and social sup-
port for our sickest and
most vulnerable clients.
We're always so grateful for
those who choose to run to
support the mission of
AIDS Help."
The Campaign Kickoff
takes place Friday, Aug. 27.
The top fundraisers will be


SUMMERTIME

AFFORDABLE FUN!
Speed Demons' Weekday & Weekend Specials.
REAL RACING! - REAL FUN! DE ,'%
2 Tracks * Timing System * Arcade * Lap Time Printouts
Sat. I lam- Opm * Sun. I lam-9pmi * Weekdays 3pm- Opm
Closed Tues. & Wed. * Snack Bar * Beer & Wine
453 N. Krome Avenue * (305) 246-0086"
www.SpeedDemonsKarting.com 4r RACI^ G & ARC4


crowned King & Queen of
Fantasy Fest on Friday, Oct.
22 at the Coronation Ball.
The theme for this year's
campaign and Coronation
Ball is "Valley of the
Kings."
For further information,
call Pam DeMala at 296-
6196.



Twif 5ukm
bbtheatres.com

/ Killers (PG-13)
1:50, 4:25, 7:20, 9:35

/ Marmaduke (PG)
2:10, 4:20, 6:50, 9:10

Sex and the City 2 (R)
12:50, 3:55, 7:00, 10:05

Prince of Persia (PG-13)
2:00, 4:35, 7:15, 9:55

Shrek Forever After
- 3D (PG)
1:55, 4:05, 7:10, 9:20

/ Sorry, No Movie Passes

Tavernier 5 Cinema
91264 Overseas Hwy, Tavemier


MATINEE


MADNESS!

Every Wednesday 2 PM
This week:

The Long Hot Summer
(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.
* Get Him to the Greek (R): 1:40,4:30,7:30 & 10:15
* Marmaduke (PG): 1:20,4:10,7:10 & 9:50
* Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PG-13):1:30,
4:20, 7:20,10:00
* Sex and the City 2 (R): 1:15,7:05,10:10
Open Captioned Showtimes: 4:05
* Shrek Forever After (PG): 1:25,4:15,7:15,9:55
* Iron Man 2 (PG-13): 1:35,4:25,7:25 10:05

Tropic Cinema
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* Splice (R): 2:00,4:00,6:00,8:00
* Harry Brown (R): 3:45,7:45
* City Island (PG-13): 1:45,5:45
* Ajami (NR): 3:30,8:15
* Breaking Upwards (NR): Fri-Tues 1:30,6:30;
Wed-Thurs 1:30

Marathon Community Cinema
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
* Robin Hood (PG-13): Weekdays: 7:00 & 9:30 PM;
Saturday'& Sunday: 2:00,7:00 & 9:30 PM
Matinee Madness!
* The Long Hot Summer: Wednesday, 2:00 PM

B&B Theatres - Tavernier Cinema 5
Tavernier Towne Plaza, Tavernier, 853-7003
Late shows playing daily during summer
* Killers (PG-13) NO PASS: 1:50,4:25,7:20 & 9:35
* Marmaduke (PG-13) NO PASS: 2:10,4:20,6:50 & 9:10
* Sex and The City 2 (R): 12:50,3:55,7:00 & 10:05
* Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PG-13):
2:00,4:35, 7:15 & 9:55
* Shrek Forever After 3D (PG): 1:55,4:05,7:10 &
9:20


545 * Yard Sales -
Flea Markets





MEGA Yard Sale
To be held
July 31s' in Marathon
i 1 53 Office Dcpol Parking Lot)
8AM - 2PM
DON'T THROW YOUR
OLD TREASURES AWAYI
Save for the yard sale &"
donate to a good cause.
Free pickup on large items in
good working condition.
Si;*. .. . , ', in Monroe Counwty
to benefit local Keys residents.



590
SMiscellaneous

privatet e 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
600
FINANCE

610 * Business,
Opportunities

Great Location, already
successful! Needs investors
for startup and expansion
capital. Call 305-766-4812.
INVESTOR WANTED to run
Fishing Lodge in Panama.
Capt. or person w/ fishing
knowledge.
Beach land for collateral.
Great Investment Ol5portunity!
scuttpanamanyahoo.com
700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent

Affordable Waterfront, 2/1.
Incredible location!
Furnished manufactured
home, MM63 Oceanside, 30'
dock. $1200.305-872-2750


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590
Miscellaneous


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

710
Homes for Rent

Beautiful 2/1 on stilts, MM 94.5
Homeowners park with beach,
ramp & dock. Available now
$1800/mo... 305-431-2111
BIG PINE KEY 3 BR, 1 BA
CBS stilt home. Big yard, shed,
W/D hkup. Behind the Blue
Hole. $12010/mo. 305-509-2750
or 872-9358
BIG PINE KEY/ DR'S ARM
2/1, on canal with dockage.
$1450/mo., F/L/S. Includes
utils. No pets. 305-469-0992
Big Pine Key - Tropical Bay
3/3, on canal, davits, W/D, all
appliances. $2100/mo F/L/S.
305-745-4077, ask for Denise.
MARATHON 3/2 CRANE
HAMMOCK. Fenced yard,
W/D hkup, newly renovated.
$1500/mo, F/L/S. 664-1204
WATERFRONT
MARATHON 3/2 Deep water
Ocean Front, views forever!
Hot Tub, updated, 50 ft. Dock
Unfurn/furn. $2575/mo.
Avail June. 732-674-3451
MARATHON BEAUTIFUL
Clean 3/2.5 Townhouse, W/D,
A/C, Carport, Community Pool.
Unfurn., $1850/mo F/L+$1000
Security. (305) 942-9711
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
Ocean Front house w/dock
2/2 plus den, tiled, high
ceilings. $2400 mo. MM 92,
232 Tarpon St.
305 251-2304
ONE MO. FREE RENT MM 95
Oceanside, 2 Bed, 2rid floor, in
4 plex, nice apartment on
canal, all tile, central A/C, W/D,
$1,250, + elec...305-393-2161.
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710
Homes for Rent


Secluded area 2/2, scr porch,
no smoking. Util $1150 + dep.
Private efficiency, furn, pvt
porch, no smoking, util. $550.
305-240-0310
2/1 Old Tavernier - LR, Din
Rm & Ktchn. Wood Floors,
Fenced Yard, W/D hookup,
Pets OK! $1400 mo. F/L/S Avail
Boat ramp. AVAIL 6/15
305-852-4213
1/1 Waterfront home, MM
95.5 Oceanside. Impeccably
maint, lushly landscaped.
Dockage avail. $1275 mo.
305-761-5829. Seasonal avail.
3/2 House MM 100 Bayside
3 yr old - Like new
W-Fence yard, W/D, F& S
305-554-4990
712 * Mobile Homes
for Rent

BIG PINE KEY 2/1, on canal,
ocean access. Completely
remod. Section 8 welcome.
$900/mo. 786-290-6879
MARATHON 1-2 BR, 1 BA,
appr 600 sf, Fl. room, screened
atrium, Irg shed, cable incl.
Parking for 2 cars! $995/mo +
util. 305-587-1512, Keys RV
MARATHON 2/1 TRAILER
Clean, Lg Lot.
Pets ok, tile floor, W/D.
-$850 mo + util. 295-6432
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 4 Apt - Condo -
Duplex for Rent

A MOVE IN NOW From $250
week. MARATHON. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furnished.
All utilities & cable included.
305-289-0800
ANNUAL RENTALS
Marathon: 2/2 Condo $950;
2/1 Apt. $850; 2/1 MH, $775.
Call Barbara at CBSRE
305-289-6499
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

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725 * Apt- Condo- 725 * Apt -Condo- 725 * Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


ISLAMORADA-2 BR, 1 BA
OCEAN VIEW Captain Cove
canal, beach, W/D, util. inc.
Partially furnished. $1800/mo.
201-953-4349
ISLAMORADA Extra large .
furnished 2 BR apt. $1200/mo.
& $1500 security dep. Utilities &
cable included! Yearly lease.
Avail now. 305-664-8033
KCB - BEAUTIFUL, LARGE
(1450 sf), 2/2.5 condo w/WD,
wrap around deck, golf course
view, covered parking. Pets
OK. $1600/mo incl util. Photos
available. 917-859-6068
KCB Half Duplex. 2 BR, 2 BA,
dockage, W/D, tiled floors,
central A/C, ceiling fans.
$1000/mo, F/L/S. 481-8254
KCB OCEANFRONT
1/1 furnished ground level
condo, SANDY BEACH!
$1150/mo + util. No pets or
smoking. F/L/S. 743-5173
KCB ONE HALF duplex, 10th
St., 1/1 furnished, avail 6/1,
$850 + util, no pets. Bonnie
305-393-2691 American
Caribbean RE
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 COLONY BEACH 2/1
Waterfront Condo, patio,
unfurnished. $1500/mo, all util
incl. Ref Req. No pets.
(305) 743-8691
KEY LARGO 2 BR, 1 BA apt.
Very large balcony. See at 510
Geiger Cir, near MM100.
$1200/mo includes util.
786-728-2200
KEY LARGO 2BR, 2.5BA
furnished waterfront condo.
Boat slip, pools, courts.
$1800/mo, year round.
631-734-6787
LITTLE TORCH KEY- duplex,
2 BR, 1.5 BA, on canal w/40'
dockage, W/D, no pets.
$1000/mo. F/L/S. (305)
304-2786 or (305) 872-9184
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
LONG TERM RENTALS
Duck Key 2/2 duplex on canal;
Marathon 1/1 condo, $900/mo;
Call MK Rentals 305-481-6972
Lrg. 2/1 Unfurn. second story
apt. MM 95. Pets OK.
$1040 mo.
incl. water F/S
305-453-1651.
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MARATHON
10877 and 10875 6TH AVE
GULF. 3 BR. Section 8
approved. A/C. Includes
gardner. 305-743-5438
MARATHON 1/1 in one half
duplex. NON-waterfront. $800
mo + util. Call Marcy at
Coldwell Banker Schmidt RE.
289-6505
MARATHON 1/1, large
unfurnished, upstairs, A/C,
appliances, Laundry access.
MM48. $750/mo. F/L/S. Call
305-289-1150 Available today!
MARATHON 1/1 Waterfront
Water and cable included.
W/D facilities, balcony facing
the water! $950/mo., F/L.
� Call 561-729-7878
MARATHON
174-26th St. Effcy.
Water incl. $560/mo + utils,
+ $560 security. Call 394-3923
MARATHON 1 BR, 1 BA
Unfurn apt. $675/mo incl water.
91st St.
Tenant pays electric & cable.
Call (305) 743-5624
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 Furn or unfurn,
very clean. Quiet neighborhood
37.5' dock on clean canal.
$1550 mo. 305-731-6739
MARATHON 3/2 unfurn apt.
Non-waterfront. $1200/mo
includes cable. Call Marcy
305-289-6505 Coldwell Banker
Schmitt
MARATHON Charming
studio apt in nice neigh-
borhood, 400 sf, private yard.
$725/mo incl utils. Call Trish
954-806-6162
MARATHON clean 2 BR
waterfront one half duplex.
Small pets ok. $1400/mo.
Avail now! 305-289-0077
Owner/agent
MARATHON, duplex apt 1000
sq ft., 2/2, 10803 6th Ave Gul.
Very sturdy construction above
flood plane. $900 mo + util.
F/L/S. 289-1887 Iv msq clearly
MARATHON EFFICIENCY
Very clean, quiet. Furnished.
$750/mo includes utilities.
No Pets. No smoking. F/L/S
305-731-4161


MARATHON-GRASSY KEY-
Efficiency. $690/mo includes
utilities and cable.
Call Michael, 481-4301
Marathon Large 1/1 (600 sf)
Very clean, corner unit, W/D,
parking in front of unit. $900/mo
Incl water, garbage & sewer.
305-304-8702
MARATHON Large 1 BR apt
on canal. Dock slip, pool, Incl
water, $850 per month.
Call DD 289-6486
MARATHON small 1 bd apt,
newly remodeled, furn or
unfurn. On canal. With patio,
and laundry. No pets.
$1000/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
305-743-8330,305-684-2190
Marathon Sombrero Furn 2.2
condo Liv, din rm, new kit, scm
prch, W/D, A/C, on canal, dock
$1300/mo w/1 yr Ise; $1200 w/2
yr Ise + dep until 617-466-2427
MARATHON Updated, unfum,
2 bd, 1 ba, upper level, tile, C/A,
W/D. $1100/mo incl water.
954-599-7114
MARATHON Waterfront fum
effcy $875/mo, incl 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-fi
305-451-1380
MM 99.5 Oceanside 300
Grouper Trail. 1BR/1BA, new
kitchen. No pets. $675 mo.
305-664-1041.
1/1 Furnished with Lg Kitch &
Bath & great area. $750 mo incl
Utils. HOAw boat ramp &
beach MM 94.. 216-347-2378
1 BR/1 BA Furn. apt. MM 75.1.
On Ocean/beach. No
pets/smoking $1200 mo incl util
& cable. 305-664-9504
745 * Other
Florida for Rent

3/2 House -Gated Com.
Homestead-FL City. Scrn
porch, lake front, new apl,
Island ktch. C A/C- 97260 S.W
177th Ct. $1050 786-554-9474
750
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workshop June 11-13


Studios hosts
FlU's Vagnoni
for KW classes

L'Attitudes Staff

The Studios of Key West
hosts a three-day workshop
"Sensing the Poem" June
11-13. Taught by Florida
International University cre-
ative writing instructor Nick
Vagnoni, the workshop is
designed to help students
explore and capture sensory
details that make powerful,
memorable poems.


"My goal is to have stu-
dents rediscover things they
might normally ignore and
then try to recreate that
experience of discovery on
the page," Vagnoni said.
"Part of our process will be
slowing down and trying to
examine and untangle a lot
of the details we take for
granted on a daily basis."
Workshop students will
read and discuss a wide
variety of poems that
engage the senses. While
the work of standard poets
like Elizabeth Bishop will
be covered, students will
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more contemporary poets
like Brian Turner, Catherine
Bowman, and Spencer
Reece. Students will also
spend a good part of the
workshop writing poems
and work shopping new
material, the instructor said.
"I think a lot of writers
(myself included) struggle to
carve out the time to write,"
Vagnoni said. "Whenever I
teach, I tell my students that
one of the most important
things a writing class does is
create a time and a place for
you to write."
"Sensing the Poem" runs
from noon to 3 p.m. each
day, June 11-13. The work-
shop costs $100 for TSKW
members and $125 for non-
members. To enroll in the
workshop, or to learn more
about The Studios of Key
West, visit www.tskw.org.


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FIU's Nick Vagnoni.


Tickets are $12


for comic show


From Comedy, 4B

on "Good Morning
America," "Comedy
Central," ESPN and
"Live with Regis &
Kathie Lee."
When he's not doing
TV appearances or per-
forming on stage, he's
peddling. In fact, Synders
says he's pedaled more
than 150,000 miles
throughout all 50 states,
33 countries and six con-
tinents. He has been rid-
ing his fully loaded tour-
ing bicycle to his per-
formances for the past 23
years and has performed
in more than.200 comedy
clubs around the country.
Marathon Community
Theatre will be the starting
point for his 10,000-mile
perimeter, six-month tour
of America by bicycle per-
forming "You Can't Bring
That Bike in Here!"


It's a one-hour show
that features stories from
the back roads of America
and the world inter-
spersed with funny video
clips and digital slides
from travels in Egypt,
Romania, Peru,
Columbia, Poland,
Scotland and Argentina.
Watch for Tom as he
peddles his long-distance
bike from Key West to
Marathon, and then con-
tinues on through the
Upper Keys.
Tickets are $12 and
seating is limited. Call
305-743-0994 with a
MasterCard or Visa tp
purchase your tickets, or
stop by the box office at
5101 Overseas Highway
in Marathon.
For more information
about Marathon
Community Theatre, call
305-743-0408 or visit:
www.marathontheater.org


750
Vacation Rentals

HOMES & CONDOS
STARTING AT $3000/M0.
Marathon - Duck Key.
Call Barbara at CBSRE,,
305-289-6499
ISLAMORADA MM80 3/2
Condo fully furn, top fir, great
privacy, highest view point in
the Keys! Avail monthly or
longer, June to Nov. Call Bruce
for more info 305-937-8111
KEYS/MARATHON Beautiful,
Oceanside canal front homes
w/dock, boat ramp. 2-3 BRs.
$1100/wk. 561-351-8737
www.keyshouseforrent.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
VERY LARGE 1 RM OFFICE
to share off Duval in Old Town, .
KW. Furn office, reception &
waiting'area, elevator,-parking.
Used 4-6 days/mo. 296-6695
or candtkeywest aol.com


2500 sq ft Office Building for
Rent - US 1 frontage,close to
schools;open floor plan, can be
divided, immediately available.
Call 305-451-8965.

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale
A Sellers, List for as low as
1.5% Buyers get up to $5000
rebate. keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
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(abellsouth.net.
Hammer Pointe 2/2 up & 1/1
down. Waterfront w/davits.
$589K ownerfin. w/20%.
305-219-8357 by appt.
Premier Property Sales, Inc
Mariluz Castaner.


The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551
810 1150
Homes for Sale s� Power Boats Do


3/1 CBS Home
$1450 (nmthlly. Yearlylease. FILLS
Dry lot, fenced yard,
parking tor boat & car.
central a/c.
Available Now!
38 Silver Springs Dr. Key Largo
CallElsa305-793-84760wnr/agt
Pete 786-355-3596
KW Realty

House for sale MM 95.
Looks new. 2/1, unfurn.
Homeowners park,
private beach.
786-427-4254.
MODULAR HOME SALES,
All sizes, 150-175 MPH single
and multi family, permitting.
305-743-2169
Need principle reduction on
your mortgage? Reduce your
principle from $1.2 M to
$700,000. Call Trish
231-631-5854.
YOU'LL r THIS!
Pick pineapple, star fruit and
sugar apple from gardens
around this neat 2 bedroom
home. Realty Option 453-1699.


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OPPORTUNITY
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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
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22' ANGLER 2000 Center
console Sportfishermen.
Excellent. Used 2 mos yearly.
Kept in marina. Extras. Like
new. $18,000 OBO. 664-3992
24' Mako Walk-Around '88
2001 250 Yamaha on bracket
w/swim platform & ladder. Hard
top, pulpit, livewell, stereo w/cd.
Boat has SPL w/RS. $12,700
obo. Call Al 305-304-7359
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' Pontoon Houseboat '99
Sun Tracker, w/trailer. Looks
good, runs great. $1 OK OBO.
305-393-3915 or email for
pictures: kneuge@qmail.com
30' Pursuit Express '99.
Exc. cond., all options. Tele-
scopic, outrigger, Raydar, gen,.
air, dive platform. Perfect family
& fishing boat. 1st $35K gets it!
Paid $140K, Islamorada,
502-275-9023.
32' WELLCRAFT '84 Twin 7.4
It. engines w/less than 100 hrs.
Westerbeke 5 KW generator.
Exccond! Reducedl$15K.
305-797-8528 or 797-8570
Carolina Skiff Specialists All
sizes & models: Sea Chasers,
Bennington pontoons & Hydra-
sports. Call Ft. Myers for West
Coast pricing! 800-955-7543
1180
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
Just became avail, up to
35', liveaboard OK, Wtr &
Elect, catv, bath, store
Terri, 954-471-9250 $550 +
LIVEABOARD BOAT SLIP
FOR RENT MM 54, Marathon.
$500/mo. Incl water, electric,
cable TV. Bathroom facilities.
305-731-5042
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 1 st! 731-3386
Marathon, The Boat House
Indoor slip avail at Vaca Cut.
Free ins & outs. 10' x 33' x 9'
high. $125/mo. 630-947-4344


Islamorada direct ocean view
Canal front, slip avail, full Ig Fl
rm, att shed, new A/C-frig, Per-
go firs, fresh paint. Reduced!
$13,900. 561-768-2682.
2006 MOBILE HOME
14 X 60 2/2 LOADED!!
MUST BE MOVED
CALL 305-743-2169
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.
880 * Lots - Acreage
for Sale
Key Largo Calusa RV lots
for sale. 50 x 35, 8% Financing
no qualifying or Rent short or
long term. Boat Ramp & Gated
Security. Call 786-515-7782.
Key Largo Residential
CANAL FRONT cleared lotw
75ft Seawall. 8 % Financing
with 25% down. No Qual.
786-515-7782. $250,000
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


Start Building Today
Cleared lot w/active building
permit for 3/2. 305- 394-1409.
park8ebellsouth.net
2 waterfront lots for sale
Islamorada, Plantation Key
Colony. Permits for house, pool
& dock. 50x120. $249,000.
954-347-3311.
895
Miscellaneous

AIRCRAFT SHADE HANGER
Marathon airport.
Forsale or lease.
Call 305-360-3538.

1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats

18' Flats skiff w/polling
platform, trailer, 115 HP Merc
with a little over 100 hrs.
$2500 firm.
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


1180 1380 * Campers-
ick Rentals/Sales Recreational Vehicles


Private boat slip with 15000#
lift for rent immediately. Lower
Matecumbe Key. Reasonable
rate; security deposit. Call
240-381-7809.
Sombrero Marina "Dockside"
SUMMER RATES THRU 2010
AS LOW AS $465/MONTH
305-743-0000 Roy or Rick
1190
Miscellaneous

29' Islanderw/ Volvo diesel,
in water, roller furling, extra
sails. $2200; 22' Boston
Whaler'71,150 HP Johnson,
$6500; 13' Boston Whaler, 40
hp Yamaha, $2000. All
w/trailers. 12'alum boat $300.
MM 99 Ocean. 305-942-3055
75 Lobster certif, $35 each.
45 lobster traps, $10 each.
Used 1 season. 453-3671 or
394-3614. Upper Keys. -
2000 B STONE CRAB
CERTIFICATES & TRAPS
FOR SALE. Will separate.
Will trade. 850-371-0710
3208 carterpillar 34 feet
$18,000, lobster B cert 1400
for $35each, crab cert 1400
Call .....786-970-6982
AA Dave buys permits
So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark,
Sword, Tuna.
$$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869

ATTENrToN..,`
All types of permits for salell I
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

'ATTENTI-om,1' "
DIY Boatyard 88Tx28+W
Travelift & 125 T Crane.
Save $$$. 305-852-2025
www.boatsandtires.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


32ft Keystone Everest
2004 RV
Slide outs., Fully furnished &
equipped. New water'heeter-
gas/elec, 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
305-509-2063

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles

Autos wanted. All years.
Junk-Used. Car-Van-Truck.
Run or not. Cash $$$ Paid.
Call 305-332-0483
01 PT Cruiser. Woody style,
red/black, custom. Excellent
cond. Upper Keys. $5495.
305-394-0484.
1370 * Trucks-
SUVs- Vans

1995 TOYOTA
LANDCRUISER
Needs some cosmetic work.
$5200 Call (305) 323-1056





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