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MARATHON


Long odds seen




for casino idea


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com
The odds of a gambling
casino at Florida Keys
Marathon Airport appear
much longer after County
Commissioner George
Neugent made his pitch to
the Marathon City Council
Tuesday.
Neugent pitched the casi-
no idea, he said, to help reju-
venate a struggling economy
and raise money for Keys
sewer projects.
Research on whether
gambling could be allowed at
the casino and whether prof-
its could be used to fund local
construction projects still
needs to be done, he said. But
added that he was seeking
local approval before taking
any further steps.


Marathon council "lukewarm" as
questions arise over license, location


"If it's answered in the
affirmative we allow the vot-
ers to voice their opinion on
the subject," Neugent said.
"I know this is something
that could be politically
charged, but I think it needs
to be discussed."
Neugent later described
the council's response as
"lukewarm" and said he may
postpone putting the idea up
for discussion at the July 20
county commission meeting
in Key West. He said he'll
likely wait until September,
when the commission next
meets in Marathon, to resur-
rect the idea.
"For this to move for-
ward, it's up to the Marathon


City Council to move it for-
ward. Without their support
for this it would be a futile
effort and I've got better
things to do," Neugent told
the Keynoter.
Neugent said his idea -
admittedly in the infant
stages - would be to con-
struct a casino over top of
the airport's parking lot. His
rough estimation is that a
two-story facility, with as
much as 240,000 square feet
of floor space, could be built.
Polled by the Keynoter
following Tuesday's meeting,
council members seemed
apprehensive about the plan.
But none were opposed to a
non-binding referendum.


Even Vice Mayor Dick
Ramsay, who said he was
"shocked" to hear Neugent
pitch gambling in the Middle
Keys, said he has no problem
with a referendum but would
oppose the airport location.
"I believe it will be needed
for expanded operations in
the future that could include
port of entry or commercial
air service," Ramsay said.
Councilman Pete Worth-
ington said the idea has many
potential pros and cons. He
said crime and "how people
support their gambling habits"
are concerns, while benefits
could include increased prop-
erty values and an additional
tourist attraction.
"If the community comes
out not in support of it, it's

*See Casino, 3A


INDEPENDENCE DAY


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
A group of mostly international students made red, white and blue tie-dyed shirts Thursday for the Fourth of July.
Most are from Caribbean and Central American countries.The kids are in the midst of a four-week summer school
program with teachers Deb Smith (top left) and Rita Cadwell.


Using the 4th for learning


Sst-generation
kids embrace
Independence
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Fourth of July will
hold new meaning this year
for a group of Marathon ele-
mentary school students.
The students, ages 6 to 8,
are mostly new to the U.S.
and spent this week learning
about the reasons we'll cele-
brate Independence Day


Monday. They're part of the
school district's English
Language Learners Program.
The students come from
all over the Caribbean and
Central America - El
Salvador, Nicaragua, Mexico,
Cuba, the Dominican
Republic, Guatemala and
Honduras are all represented
- and most are first-genera-
tion citizens.
Thursday morning, the
kids, along with teachers Deb
Smith and Rita Cadwell,
made red, white and blue tie-
dye shirts to honor the color
of this country's flag.


"A lot of these kids, it's
their first year speaking the
English language. I just felt
like it was important to intro-
duce them to our country,"
Cadwell said.
It's all part of a four-week
summer school session for the
kids where Smith and Cadwell
use themes like the Fourth of
July to help the kids learn.
"We try to depart from
the regular curriculum and
do thematic stuff while still
focusing on the basics -
reading, writing and arith-
metic," Smith said.
Stanlee Sobalverro, 6,


said among other things this
summer, he's learned about
"the Statue of Liberty, the
days of the week, months of
the year, colors and multi-
plying." His parents are from
Nicaragua.
Seven-year-old Emily
Barrera, whose parents are
from Guatemala, said she
had fun learning about the
flag and making tie-dyed
shirts. William Vicioso, 8,
said likewise.
The kids will wear the T-
shirts July 13 when celebrating
the end of summer school with
a visit to Sombrero Beach.


The croc's remaining eggs have been moved to Broward
County. One has already hatched.


Nesting croc


found in yard's


mulch pile


Expert remove
the eggs, hope
for the best
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
State wildlife officers
took a clutch of crocodile
eggs from Key Largo into
protective custody this week.
American crocodiles can
make good mothers -- but
one made a poor nesting
choice in the front yard of a
Lake Surprise subdivision
home, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission reptile specialist
Lindsey Hord said.
"It was not good spot for a
croc nest," Hord said. "If the
eggs hatched, the babies
would have been right there
on the street."
One baby crocodile has


since hatched in captivity and
seems to be doing well, Hord
said. The future of the remain-
ing half-dozen eggs was
uncertain at press time Friday.
Two hatchings died in
Key Largo soon after they
hatched Wednesday.
"It could have been stress-
related or fire-ant bites," Hord
said. "Just a few ant bites can
kill a hatchling, and there
were fire ants in the nest."
The homeowner on Upper
Matecumbe Road, off mile
marker 106, recently alerted
the FWC that a sizable croc-
odile "was scratching
around" a mulch pile in his
front yard in what he correct-
ly perceived as nesting activ-
ity, Hord said. When the
owner was moving the mulch
pile earlier this week, he dis-
covered the nest.
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office deputies later observed
*See Croc, 3A


ENVIRONMENT


Good news for

Florida beaches


But the Keys
have some issues
in water quality
Keynoter Staff

The Natural Resources
Defense Council on Wednes-
day released its annual survey
of beach-water quality and
public notification of health
advisories against swimming
or complete closures, and it's
a mixed bag for the Florida
Keys for 2010.
Overall, the council
ranked Florida as having the
sixth-best beach-water quali-
ty among the 50 states. States
with the beaches with the
most contamination, mainly
from stormwater and sewage
runoff stemming from
storms, were Louisiana,
Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.
The Natural Resources
Defense Council looked at
the percent of monitoring


samples that exceeded
Florida's daily maximum
bacterial standards. Overall,
4 percent of reported beach
monitoring samples exceed-
ed the state's standard.
Among the 34 counties
with an overall 637 coastal
beaches, Monroe ranked No.
10 in having beaches with the
highest percentage of excee-
dence rates in 2010, at 7 per-
cent. The highest was Taylor
County, near Tallahassee, at
33 percent (mostly due to the
BP oil spill of last spring),
and five of the 34 counties
had no exceedences.
Of Florida's top 15 beach-
es with exceedence rates for
bacteria, Higgs Beach in Key
West ranked No. 6 with a 37
percent exceedence rate (112
days with advisories against
swimming) and Coco Plum
Beach in Marathon ranked
No. 9 at 27 percent (91 days).
The worst beach was


SSee Beaches, 2A


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Hernstadt

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No problems for
Marathon City Manager
Roger Hernstadt, who
gets a glowing job
review. Story, 6A


Keys Sunday

A special focus: Henry
Flagler's vision of an
overseas railroad -
come to fruition in
1912 - forever
changed the Keys.


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, out of gas, at mile A scuba-diving accident
marker 96 that claimed the life of a
southbound. Cudjoe Key teenager this
e a week was the seventh in the
dispatchers Florida Keys in 2011 to take
received the life of someone in either a
received a scuba or snorkeling accident.
report of a
black truck Kevin Piper Jr., 16, fell ill
southbound moments after surfacing
at mile from a June 26 dive to about
JDEZ marker 98 120 feet off Maryland Shoal,
weaving in traffic, a Lower Keys reef, accord-
1 caller reported the ing to the Monroe County
uck drove off the Sherff's Office.
o the bike path, and He was flown by helicop-
k onto the road. ter ambulance to Jackson
deputies found the Memorial Hospital in
t was parked up Miami, where he died
bushes on the south Tuesday, according to
accounts.
f a restaurant. accounts. os
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t with the keys still Piper may have run out of
nation. air and surfaced rapidly, put-
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exercises and had death had been released.
tandingup.Hewas Piper was diving off a 25-
o jail, where he foot private boat with a
to take a group that included his
yzer test. father, Kevin Sr., and
friends.
From witness accounts,
Sheriff's Office Deputy
WJEATHER Linda Kohout reported that
Piper was diving by himself
rED TEMPERATURES in about 120 feet of water.
HIGH L Zane Osborn, 17, was free-
diving from the surface and
92 81 watching Piper, who was
92 81 making his second dive of


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Forecast: Expect partly
cloudy skies with a slight
chance of thunderstorms.

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


BEACH ADVISORIES

The Monroe County
Health Department tests
Keys beaches twice weekly
for the presence of enteric
bacteria. The following
beaches have health advi-
sories against swimming:
* Coco Plum Beach,
Marathon.
* Library Beach,
Islamorada.


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Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY
The Ibis Bay Resort on North Roosevelt Boulevard in Key
West pays tribute to Kevin Piper Jr., who died following
scuba diving earlier in the week.


the day.
"According to Osborn,
Piper suddenly began to sur-
face quickly," said agency
spokeswoman Becky
Herrin. "Osborn said he
tried to tell Piper to slow
down, but Piper motioned to
him that he was out of air."
After surfacing, Piper
said he felt "really weird,"
Osborn told Kohout.
Robert Pippin Jr., also on
the boat, entered the water
and helped Piper onto the
vessel, but Piper fell uncon-
scious. "Piper was breathing
but would not respond to
anyone," according to the


Sheriff's Office.
The boat raced for shore
to the Sugarloaf Marina,
where a Monroe County
Fire Rescue ambulance crew
met it. Piper received treat-
ment at Lower Keys
Medical Center before being
airlifted to Miami.
"Deputies took custody
of Piper's gear at the scene,"
Herrin reported. "The gauge
on his dive tanks showed it
to be empty."
Divers memorialized
piper as a fellow "Spearo"
on SpearBoard, an Internet
spearfishing forum.


MARATHON


Wording finalized for airport vote
By RYAN McCARTHY "It's important to the com- Continental Connection to
rmccarthy@keynoter.com munity. I think there's more Fort Myers for one tourist
we can try to get done to get season, in 2009. It did not
Marathon City Council- something subsidized with return after local govern-
man Pete Worthington has [the Federal Aviation Admin- ments refused.
said all along he wants a istration] and get an airline Fellow council members,
simple question answered down here seven days a week particularly Vice Mayor Dick
about commercial air service and connect to the mainland," Ramsay, have raised con-
to the Middle Keys. Worthington said. cerns about the referendum
He got his wish Tuesday Worthington has pushed lacking specific language
night, as the council unani- for what he feels will be a about subsidizing air service.
mously approved wording message to Monroe County, He put those concerns aside
for a nonbinding January which owns Florida Keys Tuesday, even seconding
voter referendum. Marathon Airport near mile Worthington's motion to
It reads: "Should the marker 51. That message: approve the wording.
Monroe County Commission Yes, we want commercial air The council chose
actively pursue commercial service. January because presidential
airline service at a minimum But the area has failed to primary elections draw the
of two inbound and two out- support it several times in largest voter turnout.
bound flights daily between recent years. Delta left after "If we're going to do it, go
Marathon and either Miami five months of flying to and for the largest audience,"
or Fort Lauderdale or anoth- from Atlanta in 2007 and Councilman Mike Cinque
er maior Florida airport?" Cape Air operated a said.


Conservationists

fear cuts will hurt

Everglades plans

By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Technically still in oper-
ation, telephones at the Key
Largo Service Center of the
South Florida Water
Management District went
unanswered Friday.
The office's only staffer,
Tom Genovese, was among
123 district employees who
left the agency Thursday,
the final day of the state's
fiscal budget year.
As part of budget cuts
mandated by the state, the
Water Management District
aims to close four regional
service centers, including the
one serving Monroe County.
Other offices slated to be
shuttered include county
offices for Miami-Dade,
Broward, and Martin-St.
Lucie.
Until the district's gov-
erning board approves the
new budget at its July 13-14
meeting, the regional cen-
ters are not formally closed.
A call to the Key Largo
office goes to voicemail,
which does not indicate that it
belongs to the South Florida
Water Management District.
"We are working to have
representatives working on
a regional basis to keep the
face-to-face contact where
he can," district spokesman
Randy Smith said Friday.
Smith said the 16-county
district's new E-Permitting
ability through its website
(www.SFWMD.gov) will
allow residents to more effi-
ciently access information
on Environmental Resource
Permits and Water-Supply
Permits. Most residents in
the Keys do not require dis-


From Beaches, 1A

Bayou Chico in Escambia
County (Pensacola) at 62
percent, or 119 days - also
mostly due to the BP oil spill.
The beach-water-quality
monitoring program is
administered by the Florida
Department of Health,
which determines sampling


practices, locations, stan-
dards and notification pro-
tocols and practices
statewide.
Samples are collected 18
inches below the surface in
water that is about 36 inch-
es deep, usually in the
morning.
For the full report, go to
www.nrdc.org.


Obituaries & Memorials
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CHANDLER
Dr. Clyde Leroy Chandler, 87,
ofViera, Florida, passed away
on June 28, 2011. Clyde was
born October 26, 1923 in
Sarcoxie, Missouri, to Charles
and Gladys Scott Chandler.
Clyde graduated from Sarcoxie
High School in 1942, entered
the US Navy Air Core, and
became a torpedo bomber pilot
during WWII.
While stationed in Miami,
Florida he met Joyce Ann Hall
and they were married on June
6, 1946. He attended the
University of Missouri School of
Veterinary Medicine,
graduating in 1955. He touched
the lives of many and their
4-legged friends while
operating a veterinary hospital
in Miami and the Florida Keys.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, his first wife Joyce,
and son Richard. He is
survived by wife of 19 years
Naomi, daughter Carol
Chandler of Islamorada, Fl,
sisterAlice Blakely (Bob) of
Farmington, Missouri, nephew
Michael Blakely of St. Louis,
Missouri, stepson Gary
Richmond of Titusville, FL,
stepson Randy Richmond of
Key Largo, FL, stepdaughter
Lori Chabot (Ron) of Viera and
6 grandchildren, several
nieces and nephews and his
four-legged bed warmer
Sassie.


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Memorial services will be held
on Friday, July 1,2011 at4:00
P.M. at Beckman-Williamson
Funeral Home 5400 Village
Drive, Viera, F1.32955.
You may sign the guestbook at
beckmanwilliamson.com
Funeral services in Islamorada
will be held at a later date.

KREH
MargaretAnne Kreh, 75, of
Marathon passed away June
22, 2011.She was the wife of
Henry (Bud) Kreh. Margaret
was born in Leonardtown,
Maryland. She was an only
child to the union of her mother
Margaret B. Stephens and her
father Lt. Colonel William A.
Stephens. Due to herfather
being a military officer, she
moved often during her
younger years. In 1957 she
graduated from the University
of Maryland with a nursing
degree. Margaret wed Henry
G. Kreh in 1958. Margaret and
her husband moved to Boca
Raton, Florida in 1969 which is
where they resided until they
moved to Marathon in 1985.
She was an active member in
the Marathon Garden Club.
She was known to those in the
community as being a very
caring, sensitive and giving
individual while being very
independent. She is survived
by her spouse, Henry (Bud)
Kreh; son, Henry S. Kreh and
his wife, Linda of Boca Raton;
daughter, Katherine A. Kreh
and her husband Tarel Smith of
West Palm Beach; daughter
Patricia K. Burns and her
husband William of Marathon;
son, William M. Kreh and his
wife Jenniferof Easley, South
Carolina; and grandchildren,
Philip, Doug, Matthew,
Jonathon, Catie and Tyler.
A celebration of life will be held
on July 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at
the Kirk of the Keys
Presbyterian Church. Memorial
contributions can be made to
the Marathon Garden Club,
P.O. Box 500826, Marathon,
Florida 33050. She was loved
by all that knew her and will be
missed by all.


KUHN
Johanna Kuhn, age 87, of Duck
Key, FL went home to be with
her Lord and Savior in Heaven
on Tuesday, June 28, 2011.
Johanna and her husband
Charles started building their
dream home here in the Keys in
1974 while living in Miami, FL.
They finished their home in
1978 and moved here
permanently in 1988. Johanna
is the daughter of Adam and
Catanna Kristpoynte. She is
survived by her loving and
devoted husband of 63 years,
Charles, her son Gary of San
Angelo, TX, and many friends.
Visitation will be Sunday, July
03, 2011 from 2:00 with
services to begin at4:00 p.m. in
the Martin Luther Chapel in
Marathon. Burial will take place
in the Fernwood Memorial Park
Cemetery in Bridgeton, NJ
under direction of Padgett
Funeral Home. Beyer Funeral
Home is handling
arrangements.


LAVERTY
The angels took Eric Laverty
at 3:40 am on June 11, 2011,
three days before his 71st
birthday. Eric was a kind,
gentle, loving man, with a sharp
mind and wonderful sense of
humor. He always greeted
everyone with his beautiful
smile, right up to the end.
Eric was born in Belfast,
Northern Ireland June 14, 1940
and as a baby he and his
mother survived the war by
temporarily living on a farm
beyond the range of any
bombers that might attack


Belfast. His father remained in
the city due to the critical nature
of hisjob.
Eric was educated in Belfast,
earning a degree in electrical
engineering before emigrating
to Canada and then the U. S. in
the 1960s. During his career he
worked as an electrical
engineer for many large
industrial companies in
Montreal, Toronto and Detroit
and eventually designed and
supervised various aspects of
peak-load power plant
construction in Oregon.
But by far his favorite job was
working as an electrician in the
Florida Keys from the
mid-1980s to June 2005, when
he and his wife moved to Bonita
Springs. While they may have
left the area, their hearts
always remained in the Keys.
Eric leaves behind his
devastated wife of 38 years,
Pam, and a grieving little kitty
named Magic. He is also
survived by his brother, John
Laverty, and sister, Eileen
Wilson, both residing in
Northern England. Eric's wife
can be contacted by email at
honeys2@comcast.net.
Since he left, the world has
become a dark, cold place for
those closest to him.

NEALJR.
F. Bay Neal Jr. was born
March 13,1940 in Windsor,
Ontario and died June 24,
2011, at home in Islamorada,
FL with wife, Barbara, and
friend, Pam Hamby by his side.
Baygrew up in Fairfield, CT. He
attended BlairAcademy in
Blairstown, NJ, Cornwall
Academy in Great Barrington,
MA and the University of
Virginia. He graduated from
Michigan State University. He
was a licensed stock broker by
the age of 19 and a pioneer in
the mortgage insurance
industry.
Bay was a life-long runner. He
competed on cross country


teams in high school and
college and was a long
distance runner throughout his
life. He loved nature, the water,
fishing/diving in the Keys and
Bahamas, traveling the world,
and living his dream.
Bay moved to Islamorada in
1978, where he fished his
beloved classics, a 53 Hatteras
and 23 SeaCraft. He rallied the
crew to fish many bleary eyed
early mornings with Johnny
Cash's "I hear the train a
coming .
He was thoughtful, principled,
quietly dignified, had a
wonderful sense of humorand
could spin a great tale. He
believed happiness was a way
of traveling. He lived without
regrets or baggage. Faced with
a devastating diagnosis, he
was a lesson in composure for
all.
Bay formed and maintained
long friendships with people of
all ages. Many were from his
childhood, the mortgage
insurance industry and his
Uncle Harry Neal's stock
brokerage firm. Most shared
his love of the outdoors and
fishing.
He is survived by his girls, wife
Barbara, daughter Sara Jane
Brazda (Chris),
granddaughters Carly Neal,
Keane Brazda, and Hannah
Neal, and daughter-in-law
Maria Zorn (Steve), niece
Rachel Andrews, and nephew
Grayson Andrews.
He was preceded in death by
his father, F. Bay Neal, Sr. and
son, F. Bay Neal, III.
The familywishes to thank all
the wonderful friends who
visited and gave their support
during his illness. A memorial
service and reception will be
held on July 16, 2011 at the
Sparrows Nest, Bud N Mary's
Marina at MM 79.8 in
Islamorada at4:00 PM. In lieu
of flowers, please send
donations to Hospice of the
Florida Keys or Friends of the
Islamorada Area State Parks.


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)nal center
trict permits, which general-
ly apply to larger commer-
cial sites.
By cutting the 123 posi-
tions - which includes sev-
eral managers making more
than $100,000 annually -
the district plans to save
more than $10 million annu-
ally in salaries, with an
additional $1.4 million in
benefits, the Palm Beach
Post reported.
Lease payments on the
four regional service centers
expected to permanently
close will save another $1.1
million annually.
A law passed by the
Florida Legislature this
spring orders reductions in
property taxes paid to sup-
port four of the state's five
water management districts.
The South Florida Water
Management District had a
$1.1 billion budget supporting
about 1,900 employees who
"provide for flood control,
Everglades restoration and
ongoing water supply needs."
In Monroe County, a
property with a taxable
assessed value of $200,000
paid about $50 to the South
Florida Water Management
District this year. That will be
pared by 30 percent to about
$35 by the Legislature's
mandated reduction.
Conservation groups
have expressed concern
about the effect of budget
cutbacks on Everglades
restoration efforts.
The Florida Keys
Audubon Society is among
two dozen organizations
that signed on as supporter
of a Facebook.com site
titled: "I'd pay $30 more a
year for clean water and to
restore the Everglades."
Melissa Meeker, who
became the district's new
executive director on June
1, said environmental
restoration efforts largely
will proceed on schedule.






Saturday, July 2, 2011 3A


MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS


Board considers $1.2M in savings


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com
Outsourcing custodial,
maintenance and grounds-
keeping services could save
the Monroe County School
District $1.2 million but
would likely cost some of the
lowest-paid district workers
their jobs.
Jeff Barrow, the district
assistant director of facilities
for the Middle and Upper
Keys, presented that figure to
members of the School Board
at a Tuesday meeting in
Marathon based on responses
to a request for proposals
issued in April to provide
maintenance services.
Barrow said the nine
responses would be reviewed
and ranked by a district com-
mittee before coming back to
board members in the form
of a recommendation at its
July 21 meeting.


Barrow said that consider-
ing the responses, there is the
potential to save more than $1
million because a private com-
pany could do more for less.
"They're more efficient,"
he said. "They're going to be
working smarter. There prob-
ably will be less people. They
use more training and
machinery instead of man-
power. They're more effi-
cient in their ability to get
people to perform the
required work. Their man-
agement structure is geared
toward that."
Michael McClung, the
lead custodian at Marathon
High, stressed that custodians
do more than just clean. He
said they also help teachers
by moving furniture, chang-
ing light bulbs and doing
other tasks. He also stressed
the importance of school-
related personnel in the
preparation for and aftermath


of hurricanes.
After Hurricane Wilma in
October 2005, the custodial
staff was "the ones who had
our schools back up and run-
ning in three days while every
other county took two weeks,
three weeks," McClung said.
"We're asking you not to
break up this family."
During the public input
portion of Tuesday's meet-
ing, two speakers said the
problem seems to be not with
the actual workers but with
those who manage them.
Ed Davidson, a communi-
ty watchdog who regularly
attends School Board meet-
ings, called the potential sav-
ings derived from outsourc-
ing "a colossal $1 million
admission of bad in-house
management and the failure
of motivational leadership.
What we need is better man-
agement from the district
bureaucracy instead of firing


no 'warm, fuzzy feeling'


From Casino, 1A
not going anywhere. My
decision will depend on the
feedback I get from the com-
munity," he said.
Councilman Mike Cinque
said a casino in the Keys
would work best in a resort
setting like Hawks Cay
Resort on Duck Key.
"A free-standing casino at
the Marathon Airport; it does-
n't give me warm and fuzzy
feelings. It wouldn't be the
attraction we need," he said.
Cinque said he believes
pursuing a pari-mutuel
wagering facility is the only
way gambling could realisti-
cally be allowed in the Keys.
He specifically pointed to the
old Key West Kennel Club
open on Stock Island from
1963 to 1991.
Formerly owned by
Richard Berenson, the grey-


hound dog-racing track was
shut down after state officials
found conditions abusive to
animals there. It's been
closed ever since.
Beth Frady, deputy com-
munications director for the
state Department of Business
and Professional Regulation,
provided the Keynoter with a
copy of the license and per-
mit attached to the Kennel
Club. North American
Racing Association, Inc.,
whose "principal sharehold-
ers" are Joseph Zapalla and
Robert Consolo, own them.
A corporation by the same
name is active with the state.
Harold Pumell, the registered
agent, has a Tallahassee
address, while New Rochelle,
N.Y., resident John Van Lindt
is the listed officer.
But using that permit in
the Middle Keys could be a
problem, according to Frady.


"Section 550.054(2) Florida
Statutes does require a referen-
dum for any new permit.
Should the permit be sold to
someone else, they would have
to apply to relocate the permit
within 30 miles of the original
location in the same county,
and that would not require a
referendum but it would
require a hearing conducted by
the Division in the county to
verify compliance with the
relocation statute," she wrote in
an e-mail to the Keynoter.
The DBPR website lists
27 pari-mutuel betting par-
lors in Florida where wager-
ing is authorized for horse
racing, greyhound racing, jai
alai and poker games. Slot
machines at pari-mutuels are
authorized in Broward and
Miami-Dade counties.
"Poker requires local
municipality approval," Frady
said.


so many of our current
employees."
For grounds-keeping serv-
ices only, the district adver-
tised a straight bid as opposed
to a request for proposals. The
former details a specific meas-
urable service as opposed to
soliciting a top-down overhaul
from a vendor.
Barrow said based on the
five vendor responses, the
work could be done for about
$140,000. The current cost to
the district is around
$400,000 annually.


A regular visitor


From Croc, 1A
the protected crocodile, esti-
mated to be 7 to 8 feet long
- the minimum size for a
breeding female.
"We decided the best
thing to do was move the
nest," Hord said.
The crocodile laid 22 eggs
but most had been mortally
damaged by the inadvertent
yard work or by movements
of the mother herself.
"There were five or six
potentially good eggs," Hord
said. "They don't look great
but we'll give them a few
days to see if they hatch out."
The biologist is watch-


ing over the eggs at a
Broward County site.
Any survivors will be
released "into a suitable
crocodile habitat," he said,
probably in or near protect-
ed waters of the Crocodile
Lake National Wildlife
Refuge on North Key Largo.
The crocodile is known
as a regular visitor and has
nested in the Lake Surprise
subdivision previously.
In late April, two kayak-
ers on a pre-dawn paddle
into Sexton Cove say their
vessel was toppled by a large
animal, which left them with
scratches and what appear to
be minor bite wounds.


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EDITORIAL


Opinion & Editorial



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


A promotion for


industry waterboy?

Bradenton's Bennett never met
an insurance company he didn't like

Oh, how the times have changed.
Exactly two years ago, our editorial singled out
then-Gov. Charlie Crist for a big public thank you on
behalf of every Floridian who pays for auto, home or
business insurance.
That's because Crist, resisting tremendous pressure
from insurance industry lobbyists, vetoed legislation
that would have allowed large insurers to bypass state
insurance regulators in setting rates.
Even though the legislation was touted as providing
consumer choice, it was really a thinly disguised end-
run around tough-minded state Insurance
Commissioner Kevin McCarthy, who had just opposed
State Farm's 47 percent rate hike.
McCarthy almost lost his job after raising concerns
about industry-backed legislation sponsored and
aggressively pushed by state Sen. Michael S. Bennett
(R-Bradenton).
Bennett wrote a stinging letter to McCarthy back
then, copied the governor, and suggested the state's top
insurance watchdog should "take the honorable action
and resign from your position as commissioner of
insurance."
Two years ago, we described that as a crock. And
things on the insurance front have only gotten worse
since.
In fact, Bennett succeeded in re-introducing his
insurance relief act this year and managed to squeeze
many industry bequests through the Legislature.
He failed, however, to convince House colleagues
that downsizing Citizens Property Insurance Corp. -
and allowing private insurers to step in instead - was
good for consumers.
A provision that would allow insurers to bill cus-
tomers before getting rate hikes approved by state reg-
ulators was derailed this year, but only temporarily.
That fight returns again in 2012.
Fortunately, Bennett may no longer be part of the
insurance industry's Tallahassee cheering section.
Term limited after nine years in the Florida Senate, the
Manatee County developer has announced he's run-
ning for Congress.
Bennett has targeted Democratic U.S. Rep. Betty
Castor (D-Tampa). But he'd like his GOP buddies in
charge of Florida redistricting to cut him a favor.
According to the St. Petersburg Times, Bennett lives
in a very pricey waterfront home in Bradenton that lies
outside the 11th Congressional District boundaries. A
little nudge here and there - who knows how far
Bennett will work his will so he can challenge Castor?
One legacy he must face in his next political race:
Being the insurance industry's chief water bearer in
Tallahassee. That may help raise campaign money
from industry lobbyists. But we don't know many
Florida voters who think insurance companies deserve
to make more profits on the backs of i.ilcp.l ci s.
Let's hope voters in Florida's llth Congressional
District wake up in time to end Bennett's political
career - before he gets a chance to wreck havoc in
Washington, D.C., and inflict even more damage there
under the mantra of deregulation is always good for
consumers.
We repeat - what a crock.



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Lights out for sea turtles
Save-A-Turtle sponsored a lighting class for the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
We want to thank the Florida Keys Eco Discovery
Center in Key West and the History of Diving Museum
in Islamorada for hosting the classes. We also want to
thank the city of Key West, Monroe County, Key
Colony Beach, D'Asign Source/Coastal Source and all
of our turtle-nest surveyors and friends for attending.
We all learned about the new lighting regulations, fix-
tures and how both can be human- and turtle-friendly.
Every year, nesting turtles and hatchlings become
disoriented by artificial lighting. Sea turtles are a huge
part of our ocean ecology. Sea turtles play an integral
part of the ocean puzzle and keep coral reefs strong,
jellyfish in check and the seagrass healthy. The fish
and crustaceans (lobsters and crabs) are also helped by
the turtles' work.
The FWC's three golden rules:
* Keep it low (mounting height and wattage).
* Keep it shielded (no lights should be visible from
the beach or open water).
* Keep it long (wavelength, red or amber LED
lights).
Turtle nesting season in the Keys is from April 15
through Oct. 31. Please - lights out.
Rick Sail, president
Save-A-Turtle
Marathon


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Board was in the wrong
Your June 18 editorial criticizing
the Monroe County School Board for
suspending the Audit and Finance
Committee is a breath of common
sense in what appears to be irrationali-
ty in the management of the School
District by its leaders.
The very purpose of the audit com-
mittee is to scrutinize the actions of the
board and administration so that the
law is followed and so that every pub-
lic dollar is accounted for. While I feel
confident the School Board and teach-
ers' union negotiators acted in good
faith, the fact that the negotiation
process failed to comply with the letter
of the Sunshine Law is a proper sub-
ject for the audit committee to raise.
Fortunately, its diligence has been vin-


dicated by an opinion of the State
Attorney's Office.
If it weren't so pathetic, the School
Board's directive to the audit commit-
tee to take an ethics course would be
humorous. Clearly, the people who
need a refresher course in ethics are
the members of the board who voted
for this ridiculous sanction.
All people, including School Board
members, make mistakes. The three
members who voted to sanction the
audit committee should admit that
their action was wrong, rescind the
suspension, admit that the underlying
union negotiations were improper and
simply pledge to closely observe the
Sunshine Law in the future.
All parties in this dispute should be
cautious. Do not let this incident ripen


into any type of legal action. The
School District already wasted enough
money on litigation in previous years.
Keep the money and use it to rehire
some of the laid-off teachers.
Remember, proving themselves right
should not be the main goal of School
Board members. The primary purpose
of the board is to provide our children
with a good education.
Mark F. Peterson
Big Pine Key
Editor's note: Tuesday, the
School Board voted unanimously to
rescind its earlier vote to suspend
the Audit and Finance Committee
for 60 days and have it go through
ethics training.


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Cashier brightens day
My family was vacationing in
Marathon in early April and bought
some groceries in Publix on Sombrero
Beach Road. My wife was going to pay
with cash, then changed her mind and
used her credit card instead.
In the process of getting her credit
card out, she dropped a $100 bill.
When she noticed it missing the next
day, we stopped back with little to no
hope of someone turning it in (the
mindset from living in the northeast).
To our surprise, we were told that the
cashier, Tanya, had found the bill and
had it waiting for us at the customer
service desk.
Needless to say, we were very
appreciative and would like to thank
her for kindness and honesty.
Brett Hutchinson
Richboro, Pa.

Reform the bug board
Over the past dozen years, there
have been a variety of candidates for
the Florida Keys Mosquito Control
Board, candidates with civic compas-
sion, integrity, business acumen and
financial savvy.
None of them won because the
mantras of active board members was
"no change" and "we need to finish the
grand plan of what we started." And
most members actively lobbied for one
another during election season to
accomplish that.
The board strongly supported its
director in his quest to build his empire,
their empire, and poo-pooed such ideas


Say no to Keys casino
George Neugent, a Monroe County
commissioner, has suggested putting a
casino at the under-used Florida Keys
Marathon Airport. Is this a serious pro-
posal or am I imagining something out
of the clear blue sky?
A casino in the beautiful and deli-
cate Florida Keys, accessible by water,
air and the famous two-lane Overseas
Highway, has to be the most desperate
idea I have heard as of yet, and to me
is a corruption of the entire atmosphere
and idea of the Keys.
I certainly think Mr. Neugent is
aware of the things that come along
with a casino. These are not things that
are compatible with Marathon or any
of the Keys. Crime is the main social
issue and from there, you can add con-
gestion and pollution and accommoda-
tions for thousands, including parking
for thousands of cars. It is just the
opposite of what the beautiful Florida
Keys need or can manage, and the
environment in the Keys is already
suffering in a number of ways, includ-
ing overfishing. To me, this is the most
absurd suggestion I can imagine, and
coming from someone who is a com-
missioner who lives in and loves the
Keys is very mysterious.


Benjamin Curry Jr., here with family members,
purchased an acre of land on which to construct this
Key West home, at 610 Southard St., in 1855. He was
the brother to Florida's first millionaire,William Curry.
The house remains in Benjamin's family and features
the original doors, floors, windows and framework.
Like many homes in Key West, the Curry home began
as a one-room cottage at the rear of the property.As
their finances and family grew, they built the
two-story structure with a deep front porch facing the
street.They have since connected the one-room
cottage to the front house by a covered porch.
Historic Marker No.41 is brought to you by
www.KeyWestHistoricMarkerTour.com.


of having meetings in civic places
where they could be televised in favor
of having a glitzy television program
and building new board rooms with
cushy chairs.
They also approved raises for their
director and, while at it, doubled their
own salaries, so caught up were they in
their quest. The media endorsed them
and reminded us of the sacrifice these
board members made. It evoked public
trust.
And quite frankly, it made voting
for an office that one knew little about
or cared little about a matter of just fill-
ing in the circle. It allowed citizens to
focus on more important political
issues. Mosquito Control was working
just fine.
So on June 22, 2011, more than half
of the front page and one third of the
second page of the Keynoter is
Mosquito Control politics and corrup-
tion.
I suggest that any candidate for the
Mosquito Control Board actively lobby
for the following:
* Televise all board meetings.
* Post all updated financial state-
ments for the past 10 years, including
justifications and projections.
Candidates need to show their compe-
tency to analyze statements, budgets
and grants and prove to us they have
the credibility to be responsible for the
spending of millions of our tax dollars.
* Reduce the salary of the Mosquito
Control Board members. At present,
they are on salary and receive $2,000
per month, plus state health insurance


and Florida retirement to attend one
monthly board meeting.
* Most important, term limits. Two
terms, new blood. Final answer.
Something a politician never wants to
hear.
All we as citizens have ever needed
was a vigilant and business/civic-mind-
ed board to watch over the director and
ensure our tax dollars are being spent
correctly while addressing the sensitiv-
ity of the Florida Keys. Also, that we,
the public, are being heard.
After all, it's not global warming.
It's just an insect.
Lynda Schuh
Sugarloaf Key

Editor's note: Three of thefive com-
missioners' seats are up for election in
2012.

Fly flag for the Fourth
I am writing this with regard to July 4.
I have lived in Key West for three
years now. I previously lived in the
upper suburbs of New York. Living
there was nice, but Key West is pure
paradise. Everything and everybody
here are fantastic.
But in New York, the residents put
up American flags, etc., on July 4. I am
very disappointed that the residents and
businesses of Key West do not even put
out flags or decorations for July 4. I am
sure everybody in Key West is patriot-
ic and proud to be American, so please
show it.
Jules Cohen
Key West


Keynoter photo byLARRYKAHN
County Commissioner George Neugent says a casino building, perhaps two
stories tall, could be constructed above this parking lot at the airport.


Slot machines, blackjack and poker
in the Florida Keys would be a prosti-
tution of this great chain of islands that
for years and years has seemingly rep-
resented just the opposite of what a
casino represents. I hope this never
gets any serious attention and I hope
the public and the residents have the
same opinion.


No eyesore at the Marathon airport
and no slot machines. This is not an
answer to whatever economic issues
the Keys are facing. Bringing in thou-
sands of gamblers is not going to be a
good thing for Marathon, or any key,
for that matter.
Frank Simmons
Delray Beach


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Saturday, July 2, 2011 5A


Business


IN BRIEF


Salazar joins
Bascom Grooms
Ed Salazar has joined the
sales team at Bascom
Grooms Real Estate in Key
West.
Salazar has worked as a
Realtor for more than 13
years with
several
K e y so
Keys
offices.
Focusing
on the Key
West and
Low er
Keys mar-
kets,
SALAZAR Salazar
has sold
everything from apartment
buildings to vacant lots. His
most recent notable sale was
the historic Albury mansion
at 730 Southard St. in Old
Town Key West.
A longtime member of the
Key West Association of
Realtors and a former two-
term president, Salazar spear-
headed the group's switch to
the Web-based multiple list-
ing service that can be found
at keywestrealtors.org.
The Bascom Grooms
Real Estate office is at 1716
North Roosevelt Blvd.
Salazar can be reached at
304-0762 or 295-7511.

Charter operations
added to Blue Star
Rosa Del Mar Sailing,
Key Largo, and Captain
Hooks Marina and Dive
Center, Marathon, are the
newest participants in the
Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary's Blue
Star education and conserva-
tion program.
Captain Hooks is the 10th
dive operator in the Florida
Keys to earn this recogni-
tion, and the first in the


Middle Keys.
The 2-year-old Blue Star
program recognizes charter
companies that help protect
the coral reef ecosystem by
promoting responsible div-
ing and snorkeling practices
and educating their patrons
on the role humans play in
reef health.
Blue Star operators are
required to attend training
annually on issues affecting
coral reefs, sanctuary regu-
lations and coral reef eti-
quette. In turn, Blue Star
operators educate their cus-
tomers by incorporating the
information into certifica-
tion classes and dive briefin-
gs. They also must offer
conservation-related dive
courses and participate in
activities such as fish counts
and reef clean-ups.
Operators are re-evaluated
every year.
Blue Star is funded in
part by a grant from Mote
Marine Laboratory's Protect
Our Reef grants program.
Visit the program's website,
www.sanctuarybluestar.
org, for more information
and participating operators.

First State Bank
honors volunteers
First State Bank of the
Florida Keys honored three
employees for their out-
standing community volun-
teer efforts to local civic
causes.
With more than 50 hours
of combined community
service in the first quarter,
commercial loan processor
Jana Kosova, operations
support representative
Griselle Molina and loan
administration project coor-
dinator Charlie Mench each
received recognition for
their exemplary volunteer
service.
First State Bank employ-


Jana Kosova, Charlie Mench and Griselle Molina were
honored by First State Bank for their volunteer work.








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Vacant Lot @ 535 Ocean Drive, Key Largo.
14,000 sf canal-front lot, open water
views. $439,000
Mobile Home @ 115 Cunningham Ln, Big
Pine Key. 570 sf home on 6 lots. $109,000
Venture Out - #625, Cudjoe Key. 2BR/1BA,
749 sf mobile home on 2,078 sf lot. $125,000
Single Family Home @ 121 Grassy Road,
Key Largo. 3BR/2BA, 2,160 sf on canal
front lot. $480,000
Mobile Home @ 270 Mars Ln, Geiger Key.
682 sf home on 5,196 sf canal front lot.
$149,000
Mobile Home @ 15 Riviera Dr, Big Coppitt.
848 sf home on 4,250 sf canal front lot.
$135,000
Mobile Home @ 504 81st St, Marathon. 672
sf home on 3,635 sf canal front lot. $225,000
Mobile Home @ 768 82nd St, Marathon.
924 sf home on 5,000 sf lot. $125,000
Conch House @ 705 83rd St, Marathon.
1,345 sf home on 5,000 sf lot. $120,000
Duplex @ 391-393 24th St., Marathon.
832 sf duplex on 6,000 sf lot. $149,000

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DINERS' CHOICE


Courtesy Sunset Key
Latitudes restaurant at Sunset Key Guest Cottages, A
Westin Resort, has been named to the 2011 Diners'Choice
"Best Outdoor Dining" list recently released by OpenTable,
a leading provider of online restaurant reservations.
OpenTable's list of winners was derived from more than 7
million reviews submitted by OpenTable diners for more
than 12,000 restaurants. Perched on Sunset Key's sandy
shoreline, Latitudes restaurant and lounge opened in April
2010 and serves casual island fare with a Caribbean flair.


ees have donated more than
400 hours to local nonprofit
organizations so far in 2011.

Key Wester interns
with local law firm
Key Wester Andrea Wells
is doing
an intern-
ship with
the law
firm of
Grossman
Roth in its
Old Town
office.
Wells
WELLS is on sum-
mer break from her studies


at the University of South
Florida, where she is major-
ing in sociology and minor-
ing in criminology.

First State Bank
offers tide charts
As a community service,
First State Bank of the
Florida Keys is continuing
its commitment to local fish-
erman and boaters by pro-
viding Keyswide tide charts.
For more than a decade,
First State Bank has been
providing the valuable refer-
ence guides consisting of
daily low and high tide pre-
dictions and moon phases.


The charts are available
at www.KeysBank.com
and at all 11 First State Bank
of Florida Keys branches.

Key West's
art scene scores
American Style magazine,
a quarterly publication show-
casing art, artists and creative
living, has named Key West
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nations in categories for
large, mid-size and small
cities.
Key West ranked along-
side other small cities
including Asheville, N.C.;
Santa Fe, N.M., and
Gloucester, Mass.
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MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS


MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS


Jara shakes up administration Board reverses


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Jesus Jara on Friday
moved from the position of
chief operating officer up to
interim superintendent after
his predecessor, Joseph
Burke, started his job as Lee
County School District
superintendent.
Corresponding with his


jump to the top schools job,
Jara announced Tuesday a
plan to reorganize some
administrative functions
charged to the district's cen-
tral office, saving about
$880,000.
Chief among the changes
is the elimination of the
director of facilities and con-
struction position held by
Fred Sims. His assignments


will be split between two
assistant directors, Jeff
Barrow in the Middle and
Upper Keys and Jeff Sawyer
in the Lower Keys, Jara said.
Sims was hired by the dis-
trict in April 1995 and earned
$111,997 plus benefits.
Jara is also eliminating
the executive director of stu-
dent services and curricu-
lum, renaming the post
executive director of opera-
tions, which will include
assessment and accountabil-
ity measures, along with
oversight of the Trans-
portation Department, for-
merly a task that went to him
as chief operating officer.
As COO, Jara's salary
and benefits added up to
around $160,000, which has
been cut from the budget
with his changes.
Jara said Lesley Salinero,
the current director of stu-
dent services, could apply for
the newly created post,
which is already being adver-
tised. Salinero was hired in
July 1991 and earned
$119,650 annually.
"It's going to be a drastic
hit to the district administra-
tion and the schools," Jara
said, "but we have to bal-
ance the budget." His team
is looking to trim $7.8 mil-
lion from the operating
budget for the fiscal year
that starts July 1.
Also included in the
shake-up is Cheryl Allen, the
director of human resources.
She'll keep her job, salary and
title but with the added
responsibility of serving as
the m.lmi contact for support-
ing the school principals with
labor management," Jara said.
Allen, who has been with
the district since February
1983, makes $94,943 annually.


committee sanctions


Some members
also look at
media access
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The Monroe County
School Board on Tuesday
voted unanimously to rescind
sanctions it levied earlier in
the month against its volunteer
Audit and Finance Committee.
The sanctions, a 60-day
hiatus and ethics training,
came on the heels of the rev-
elation that Chief Internal
Auditor Ken Gentile, acting
on concerns expressed by
committee Chairman Stuart
Kessler, took evidence of an
apparent Sunshine Law vio-
lation to the State Attorney's
Office. The law requires
elected officials to discuss in
publicly announced meetings
business coming before them
for a vote.
The meeting in question
was between former
Superintendent Joseph Burke
- his last day on the job was
Thursday; he started as Lee
County superintendent on
Friday - and members of
the teachers' union. The talks
concerned changing the
union's contract to include
three unpaid furlough days.
But School Board Vice
Chairman Andy Griffiths was
angered that Kessler and
Gentile went to Assistant
State Attorney Mark Wilson
with their concerns instead of
first talking with the board.
The sanctions, approved at
a June 14 meeting with board


member Robin Smith-Martin
dissenting and Chairman
John Dick absent, were large-
ly interpreted as punishment
for bypassing the board with
concerns that have negative
connotations. Griffiths, who
led the charge for the sanc-
tions, has since apologized
and said he was wrong to
punish the committee.
Tuesday, board member
Duncan Mathewson asked
Gentile to come up with a com-
munications plan that would
keep the board in the loop and
govern how information is dis-
seminated to the press.
The latter has been
broached several times by
board members in recent
months, generally couched in
terms of mitigating perceived
bad press.
Gentile said the press
plI, a vital role" and is
"very positive in terms of fos-
tering change. I also believe
the press needs to be accurate
in reporting the facts, and
timely and fair in terms of
what they report. I think it's
something that at least needs
to be workshopped."
Board members also asked
Gentile to clarify who, in
terms of board members and
district employees, should


take information to the State
Attorney's Office if needed.
"By simply raising a ques-
tion with the State Attorney's
Office," Mathewson said,
"no matter who does it sends
a flag up that there might be
something wrong. That's
important to remember."
Gentile responded: "It's
all of our responsibility.
Those types of questions
should not be restricted or
channeled."
Dick reiterated his distaste
for any policy that would
attempt to control or curtail
external communication.
"From my point of view,
it's very important that peo-
ple aren't afraid or hesitate to
go to the state attorney or any
other legal authority. I'm also
very concerned; I don't want
to see a communications plan
that is trying to choke off the
press. The press is very
important. I would not want
to see you try to remove the
rights of any people to speak
to the press."
Former Chief Operating
Officer Jesus Jara, who took
over Friday as superintend-
ent, said a meeting to correct
the Sunshine Law violation is
set for July 22.


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glowing review


City manager
lauded for his
negotiating
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Marathon City
Council and City Manager
Roger Hernstadt had their
own version of a love-in
Tuesday during the latter's
annual performance review.
Hernstadt received anoth-
er round of glowing reviews
from the council in his sec-
ond review since being hired
in January 2010 from a
Miami-Dade County man-
agement job.
Each council member
filled out a form grading
Hernstadt on 12 different
criteria, including initiative,
productivity, quality, effort
and dependability. But they
didn't talk specifics
Tuesday. Instead, they mere-
ly submitted their forms and
each gave a short verbal
review. Several council
members lauded Hernstadt's
negotiating skills.
"From the time he came
on, his first words were that
he would lead by example,
and I find that to be the case.
He knows his job and how to
operate in that space. He cer-
tainly has saved the city
thousands of dollars with his


negotiating
skills with
contracts,"
* Councilman
R ic k
Keating
said.
Mayor
Ginger
HERNSTADT Snead said
Hernstadt is well received
when city contingents make
trips to Tallahassee or
Washington, D.C.
"Everywhere we went
people, knew him and they
responded very nicely to
him. That's helped us a lot,"
she said.
The only tinge of criti-
cism came from Vice Mayor
Dick Ramsay, who said he
and Hernstadt are similar.
"We both look ... in the
mirror and sometimes we're
satisfied and sometimes
we're not," he said. "As an
overall, I am certainly satis-
fied. He's come a long way
in his understanding of this
community, and in a short
time."
Hernstadt was hired Jan.
26, 2010, to take over for
former Manager Clyde
Burnett. He received a raise
from $110,000 per year to
$130,000 annually at last
year's evaluation. The coun-
cil said then he would
receive no pay increases
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CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050
Phone: (305) 743-0033


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NOTICE OF HEARING TO IMPOSE AND
PROVIDE FOR COLLECTION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

Notice is hereby given that the City of Marathon, Florida, will conduct a public hearing to consider the
imposition of special assessments against certain parcels of property located in the City. The hearing will be
held at 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, on July 26, 2011 at Marathon Government
Center, 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida for the purpose of receiving public comment on the proposed
Assessment Area and assessments. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person
with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the City at (305)289-5020, at least seven days
prior to the public hearing. All affected property owners have a right to appear at the hearing and to file written
objections with the City within 20 days of this notice. If a person wishes to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at the hearing, such person will need a record of the
proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, including the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be made.

In 2008 and 2009, assessment areas were created to provide wastewater collection and treatment services to your
property through the City of Marathon Public Works Division. The cost of the wastewater collection and
treatment facilities was funded by assessments against the property to be served. Under the rules for the
calculation of the wastewater assessments throughout the City, each residential property was assigned one
equivalent dwelling unit (EDU); other types of properties were assigned EDUs based upon their expected
wastewater production as compared to a single family dwelling unit. Additionally, each property was assigned
an expected number of Connections, based upon the current number of water connections to that property. The
assessment for each parcel of property was based, in part on the number of EDUs, and, in part, on the number of
Connections attributable to the property. A more specific description of the assessment program is set forth in
the Initial Assessment Resolution adopted by the City Council on June 28, 2011. Copies of the Initial
Assessment Resolution, the plans and specifications for the wastewater collection and treatment facilities, and
the preliminary Assessment Roll are available for your review at the offices of the City Manager and the Public
Works Division, both located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida.
Subsequent to the imposition of the wastewater assessments in 2008 and 2009, City staff conducted further
research and analysis and found that certain properties had been assigned erroneous EDUs and/or connections
which produce supplemental assessment amounts for affected properties. The supplemental assessment for each
affected parcel of property is based upon the number of additional EDUs or connections attributable to the
property based on the assessment rules.
Unless prepaid, the annual assessment will include your share of the principal, interest and collection cost. The
maximum annual assessment is estimated to be $462.00 per EDU and $104.00 per Connection. A more specific
description is set forth in the Initial Assessment Resolution adopted by the City Council on June 28, 2011.
Copies of the Initial Assessment Resolution, the plans and specifications for the wastewater collection and
treatment facilities, and the preliminary Assessment Roll are available for inspection at the offices of the City
Manager, located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida.
The assessments will be collected on the ad valorem tax bill, as authorized by Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes.
Failure to pay the assessments will cause a tax certificate to be issued against the property which may result in a
loss of title. The City Council intends to collect the assessments in not to exceed seventeen (17) annual
assessments, the first of which will be included on the ad valorem tax bill to be mailed in November 2011.
Future annual assessments may be prepaid at the option of the property owner.

If you have any questions, please contact Community Services at (305)289-4104.


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KEY WEST HIGH


Another Conch coach quits


Smith's latest;
shortage has
AD worried

By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor
Key West High School,
whose boys basketball coach
resigned recently, is now also
looking for a girls basketball
coach four months before
practice begins for the winter
season.
Pam Smith, 42, said she will
not return as the girls coach.
Smith, who was named
coach last summer, succeeding
Glenn Hayes Sr., guided the
2010-11 team to a 9-9 record,
overcoming suspensions and
injuries that at one point left


her with five available players.
"She was a shining star,"
said athletic director Ralph
Henriquez, alluding to her no-
nonsense approach.
Smith, who was in the
h. ..I.. I Exceptional Education
Department, learned this spring
that her teaching contract
would not be renewed. "But I
have since been asked back
and have accepted a position in
the English Department," she
wrote in an e-mail this week
from England, where she is
vacationing.
"I made the decision not to
coach next season," she con-
tinued, .ll,. I was accepted
into the graduate studies pro-
gram at the University of
Texas-Arlington. I start virtual
courses on Aug. 15 - no time
to coach. Both Ralph


Henriquez and [Principal]
Theresa Axford have been
really supportive of my deci-
sion."
Key West High is also seek-
ing a boys basketball coach to
replace Paul Davis and a boys
soccer coach to replace Jason
Clifford, who resigned earlier
this year.
"With the shortage of teach-
ers, we have three coaches to
replace and no teaching posi-
tions to accommodate these
openings," Henriquez said.
Henriquez said the school
will have to look to the private
sector to fill those positions
(which pay $3,500), a situation
that is not ideal.
"We need someone who
can be with [the athletes] in
study halls, monitor their aca-
demics, spend 10 or 11 months


a year with them - and get
them into college," he said.
Only three Conch athletes
from the 1010-11 school year
were awarded scholarships -
Clinton McCoy in football,
Brittany Wagoner in track and
Jess Bodmer in volleyball.
"We have three going to col-
lege and Coral Shores has 25
- that's embarrassing,"
Henriquez said.
With a financial cloud
hanging over the Monroe
County School District - a
nearly $8 million budget
deficit to close - Henriquez
said he's still uncertain if he
will be retained in his $50,000
job as athletic director.
"I think I will be, but I
haven't signed a contract," he
said.


MARATHON FISHING


Picariello takes Burdine's contest

His 25-pound
dolphin easily
tops the field
Todd Picariello of
Marathon landed a 25-pound
dolphin to win the maha-mahi
adult division of the llth
annual Burdine's Waterfront
Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna
Fishing tournament, fished
June 25 and 26.
Rounding out the division
were Sean Davis of Fort
Myers in second with a 23.2-
pounder and Brian Peachey
of Fort Myers in third, land-
ing an 18.4-pound dolphin.
Jacob Peachy won the
tuna division, landing a 15.4-
pound blackfin.
The award for heaviest
wahoo went to John Foster of
Marathon, with a 16.4-
pounder.
Among junior dolphin
anglers, Jacob Peachy of Fort
Myers led with a 20.2-
pounder, followed by Alex
Moherek of Marathon with a
17.2-pound fish and Raven
Banks of Marathon with a
nk of araon Jacob Peachy of Fort Myers shows his winning tuna and winning dolphin.
9.2-pounder.

BASEBALL


Upper Keys, Marathon square off


Marathon tennis pro Chris Bull and his wife Cindy fared
well at last weekend's Lake Cane Firecracker Classic tennis
classic in Orlando. In the U.S. Tennis Association-
sanctioned event, Cindy beat No. 2 seed Laura Laljee in
the finals 6-0, 2-6, 12-10 to be crowned champion of the
Women's 30 Singles Division. Chris also made it to the
finals in the Men's 30 Singles Division, but lost to No. 1
seed Javier Gomez 7-5,6-2. Both play for Wonderlin Tennis
on Marathon.


RUNNING


5-mile run set


for Monday


Fundraiser
raises money
for school team
You can celebrate
Independence Day on
Monday with the Run Like
a Conch 5 Miler, which will
run from the White Street
Pier in Key West along the
beaches to the edge of Cow
Key Channel and back.
The fundraiser for the
Key West High School
cross-country team starts at
7:30 a.m.
Preregistration is avail-
able at www.southern


mostrunners.com or in
person at the race site,
White Street and Atlantic
Boulevard, on Sunday from
5 to 7 p.m., and race morn-
ing from 6:30 to 7:20.
The race is open to run-
ners and walkers. Awards
will be to the first male and
female overall runners,
masters (over 40) and other
categories.
A post-race awards cele-
bration will be at McCoy
Indigenous Park and
refreshments will be served.
For more information,
call 304-0091 or send an e-
mail to don.n@juno.com.


All-star teams
play Wednesday
in Key Largo

By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The Upper Keys Little
League all-stars may have a
size problem, but it's a good
size problem.
If the Upper Keys Age 11-
12 team advances beyond the
Little League District 8
Tournament, coaches know to
pack the paperwork.
"We've got some big kids,"
team manager Greg Bianchini
said. "We're going to be show-
ing people our birth certificates


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
The Upper Keys Minors
all-stars have another chance
to grab a Little League Age 9-
10 District 8 playoff spot in a
Wednesday showdown against
Kendall.
To break a second-place tie,
said Upper Keys manager


everywhere we go."
The Upper Keys opens play
in the four-team South Pool
tournament against Marathon
at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Key Largo Community Park,
then faces Homestead on July 8
and Kendall on July 9.
"This team can be very
strong if they play up to their
potential," said Bianchini, who
has 26 years of coaching at the
high-school and youth-league
level.
Jose Lima and Dalton
Falcucci lead the pitching rota-
tion. Both stand about 5-foot-8
at age 12 and will hit some-
where in the top of the order.
"C.T. DelPino, our catcher,
might be 5-11," Bianchini said.
"We definitely have some size,
and a lot of these kids have
played at the tournament level."


Mike Petrusha, "It's all going
to come down to how many
runs we allow."
The Keys team will face
Kendall at Harris Field in
Homestead at 6:30 p.m.
Playing Thursday in a game
delayed a day by rain, the Keys
squad trailed South Pool leader
Doral in a 1-0 nail-biter into
the bottom of the fifth inning at
Homestead's Harris Field.


The Upper Keys roster
includes Miles Anderson,
Eddie Evans, Ty Harrelson,
Michael Omuletz, Abran
Mendoza, Cameron Rowland,
Matthew Sisko, Sean Walters,
Bryce Wheaton and Nid..l.i
Perez.
The top two South Pool

Marathon's all-stars


Catcher Dylan Scheu field-
ed a ball and threw to third
baseman Nicholas DM. .- -
for a force out. An umpire
moving to watch the play col-
lided with Keys shortstop
Joseph Silvestri.
"It looked horrible,"
Petrusha said. "We were really
worried about how badly JoJo
was hurt."
Silvestri had to be pulled


teams from round-robin play
advance to the District 8 semi-
finals on July 14.
District 8's eventual cham-
pion moves to the regional
tournament on a playoff ladder
that could lead to the Little
League World Series in
Williamsport, Pa.


The Marathon Little League's Age 11-12 All-Stars
begin tournament play Wednesday with a matchup
against the Upper Keys at 6:30 p.m.
They face Kendall on Friday at 6:30 p.m. and
Homestead July 9 at 10:15 a.m., with all three games
being played at the Key Largo Community Park.
Marathon's 12-player roster comprises Trey
Boyanton, Paul Cadwell, Randy Culmer, Clay Daniels,
Gabriel Gonzalez, Mitchel Heath, Luis Leon, Jacob
Mahoney, Lucas Ponzoa, Stevie Sainz,Tanner Trivett and
Teddy Violessi.


from the game but apparently
did not suffer serious injury.
Moments later, Doral
slapped a shot through the left
side of the infield, going on to
win the 4-1 decision.
Opening-round action in
the Little League Age 10-11
District 8 Tournament in Doral
was rained out for the second
straight day Thursday.


KEY WEST FISHING

Drambui inches closer


Cash prizes
in the tens
of thousands


Anglers targeting marlin
and other fish are to com-
pete for $50,000 in guaran-
teed cash prizes in the 2011
Drambuie Key West Marlin
Tournament, scheduled
July 20 through 23.
The tournament is held
in conjunction with Key
West's Hemingway Days
celebration. Ernest
Hemingway, an avid sport-
fisherman, lived and wrote
in Key West throughout the
1930s and fought countless
marlin in area waters.
Teams that accumulate
the most points for blue
marlin, white marlin and
spearfish during the tourna-
ment are to split $40,000
cash, including $25,000 for
the first-place finishers.
Teams also can earn points
by entering one fun fish
(dolphin, tuna, wahoo or
released sailfish) per boat
per day.
Marlin must be tagged
and released unless their


weight exceeds 600
pounds.
Boats in the marlin divi-
sion also can enter the fun-
fish division to compete for
an additional $10,000.
Cash prizes are to be pre-
sented for the three heavi-
est dolphin, wahoo and
tuna (yellowfin, blackfin
and skipjack).
Final registration is
scheduled at 4 p.m. July 20
at the Conch Republic
Seafood Co., 631 Greene
St. A captains meeting, auc-
tion and raffle are to follow.
Fishing is set for 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. July 21 and
22, and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
July 23. Weigh-ins are 4 to
6 p.m. July 21 and 22, and
3 to 5 p.m. July 23, at the
Conch Republic Seafood
Co. docks.
Entry fee is $1,500 per
boat before June 15 and
$1,800 per boat thereafter.
Entry in the fun-fish divi-
sion is an additional $300
per boat.
Tournament information
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found at www.keywest
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KEYS HISTORY


'Lighthouse Larry' wants site to honor beacons


But there is
opposition
to his plan
By CAMMY CLARK
cclark@MiamHerald.com

Miles offshore in the
Atlantic Ocean, six rugged
Florida Keys iron lighthouses
have weathered more than 130
years of saltwater, sun and
storms to protect mariners from
running aground on the world's
third largest coral reef.
The towering beacons,
whose bright warning lights
can be seen along the treacher-
ous sea route from Key West to
Miami, also protect the impor-
tant underwater habitat from
damage by small pleasure craft
and large cargo ships.
"These are not the elegant,
normal brick lighthouses on
land that people usually think
of," said lifelong Florida Keys
resident Larry Herlth, 51.
"They are macho structures."
Herlth, known as
Lighthouse Larry because he
builds replicas of the offshore
lighthouses, said he wants
tourists and fellow Keys resi-
dents to learn about their fasci-
nating history, and to take an
interest in their preservation.
At the vacant site of the
demolished Southwinds Motel
in Islamorada, Herlth has pro-
posed a public park displaying
replicas averaging 20 feet tall of
the Keys reef lighthouses in the
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Herald photos by CAMMY CLARK
Larry Herlth is working to turn this 1.1-acre of public
property in Islamorada into a park that exhibits replicas of
the six offshore lighthouses that protect the coral reef of
the Florida Keys. He built this replica of the Alligator Reef
Lighthouse.


order that they are in the sea.
Starting at the north end of
the reef is Fowey Rocks off Key
Biscayne. Next is Carysfort
Reef off Key Largo, followed
by Islamorada's Alligator Reef,
Marathon's Sombrero Key,
American Shoal off Sugar Loaf
and ending with Sand Key off
Key West.
Brenda Altmeier, a founding
member of the nonprofit Florida
Keys Reef Lights Foundation
and cultural resource program
specialist for the Florida Keys
National Marine Sanctuary, sup-
ports the idea.
"The offshore reef lights are
in poor shape now, and who
knows how long they will be
here," she said. "The park may
one day be the only place to see
them."


The proposed park site is a
1.1-acre piece of unused green
space nestled between the Old
Highway and U.S. 1 near mile
marker 82. In 2005, Islamorada
bought the land with state funds
and now is deciding what to do
with it.
There is opposition. The
Islamorada Foundation, a non-
profit citizens' group formed
last year to enhance and pre-
serve parks, common green
space and recreation, has sub-
mitted its own plans for the site
that feature picnic pavilions
and a sundial sculpture.
Islamorada Foundation
Chairman J.C. Mikula said the
foundation would consider put-
ting in its plan just one replica,
Alligator Reef, the only one off
Islamorada.


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"They all are historical
Keys sites that have been pro-
tecting the Keys since the
1800s," Herlth said. "They all
deserve attention."

How it began
As a young boy, Herlth
thought it was cool to see light-
house keepers in blue uniforms
while on his stepfather's lob-
ster fishing boat. But he did not
develop a passion for light-
houses until a couple years ago,
when the founder of Australian
Gold sun care products asked


him to construct a jetty light.
Herlth, a former general
contractor and artist, created a
miniature version of Alligator
Reef Lighthouse from a pic-
ture. He was hooked. He has
since built five more, including
an 8-footer on display in a bank
lobby and a 20-footer at the
entrance to Kaiyo Grill.
"Did you know that when
Sombrero Key Lighthouse was
built in 1858, it was the tallest
iron structure in the world for
31 years until the Eiffel Tower
was bi ill' Herlth said.


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At 142 feet, Sombrero Key
Lighthouse is the tallest of the
six and the last of three built by
Army Lt. George Meade, who
later rose to the rank of general
and is famous for being the
Union forces leader who
defeated Gen. Robert E. Lee's
Confederate troops at the
Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.
Meade was an engineer
when he took over the building
of Carysfort Lighthouse, com-
pleted in 1852 and the oldest of
the six. All use wrought-iron
screwpile designs driven into
the sea floor and have a skele-
tal structure that allow waves
and high winds to pass through.

U.S. protection
Carysfort and Sand Key are
on the National Registry of
Historic Places. The U.S. Coast
Guard now oversees all six,
and is working to get the other
four put on the registry. Of
about 700 lighthouses around
the country, 134 are on the list.
"It's overdue," said Eric
Martin, president of the Reef
Lights Foundation, whose mis-
sion includes raising funds to
help preserve and restore the
six.
About 50 years ago, the
lighthouse keepers who lived
on the structures were replaced
by automation.
"A lot of people think the
lighthouses have been turned
off, but they haven't," said
Martin, adding that the lights
now are run by batteries
charged by solar panels.
"Nobody knows how many
lives they have saved."
Herlth estimates it takes
him 300 to 400 hours to build a
detailed, 20-foot replica, using
$3,000 to $4,000 in materials.
For the park, Herlth said it
would cost about $27,000 to
$32,000 to build each light-
house replica. That includes the
cost of hiring at least two peo-
ple to help build them in a
timely manner. He plans to
raise funds from private indi-
viduals and businesses.
His proposed plan also
includes building a sand dune
about 8 feet high that would
face U.S. 1. Behind it would be
a wall with the history of fish-
ing in the Keys.
"If we can't display the
lighthouses here," Herlth said
while standing on the grassy
site, "we'll find somewhere.
These are too important a part
of our Keys history."


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LOWER KEYS


Concert planned under the sea


Water-themed
music piped
underwater
The marine life that inhab-
its the Keys' living coral reef
is widely acclaimed for its
diversity, but it usually does-
n't include an underwater
orchestra or costumed mer-
maids - except during the
Lower Keys Underwater
Music Festival.
This year's version of the
event, which draws several
hundred divers and snorkel-
ers to enjoy the sound of
music underwater, is sched-
uled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
July 9 at Looe Key Reef,
about six miles south of Big
Pine Key.
Staged by radio station
US1 Radio 104.1-FM, the
submerged songfest typically
features ocean- and water-
themed selections ranging
from the Beatles' Ycll,
Submarine" to humpback
whale songs and "water
music" created by local
musicians.
The music is piped
beneath the sea via Lubell
Laboratory speakers sus-
pended beneath boats posi-
tioned above the reef.
Organizers say the sound
quality is extremely clear,
with an ethereal effect caused
by the sound waves' trans-
mission through water.


The annual Underwater Music Festival features all kinds of quirkiness, including
'musicians' playing their instruments among the fish.


Adding to the music are
the bizarre reef denizens that
can be seen during the event.
Past festivals have featured
the Snorkeling Elvises, a
longhaired mermaid with a
harp, an offbeat "Alice in
Waterland" tea party and an
underwater band complete


with tuba.
Besides its quirky popular
appeal, the Underwater
Music Festival carries a seri-
ous message of reef preserva-
tion. The broadcast incorpo-
rates diver awareness
announcements emphasizing
ways to enjoy the reef while


minimizing impacts on the
underwater environment.
Divers and snorkelers
interested in participating can
reserve space on boats run by
Lower Keys dive operators
or launch their own boats
from public ramps and mari-
nas in the area.


SUMMER RECREATION


Campers can still sign up for fun


Big variety
of offerings
are available
Keynoter Staff

Summer camps through-
out the Keys have already
started, but there's still plen-
ty of time to sign up your
kids, since most run all sum-
mer. Among them:
* Camp Adventure is the
camp run by the Marathon
Parks and Recreation
Department. It runs until
Aug. 12.
The camp is for kids ages
6 to 13 and you can sign up
for a week, several weeks or
the entire summer. Cost per
week is $80 per child and
will include two field trips to
the Jacobs Aquatic Center in
Key Largo.
Marathon's Camp
Adventure is run through an
international program man-
aged out of the University of
Northern Iowa. For more
information or to register,
call 743-6598.
* The Honest Works
Island Pottery Co. on
Truman Avenue in Key West
has pottery camps for kids
through the summer.
Sessions are July 26 to 29
and Aug. 9 to 12. They for
kids ages 4 to 9 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and then for youths
ages 10 to 16 from 2 to 5
p.m. Cost is $250 for the
younger kids, $300 for the
older ones, which includes
all supplies.
To find out more, call
Adam Russell or Kelly
Lever at (419) 308-9221 or
send an e-mail to info@key
westpottery.com.
SThe Bay and Reef Co. in
Islamorada is offering Bay
and Sea Camp for kids ages


This past Monday, Camp Adventure campers in Marathon focused on fishing, learning how
to bait hooks, cast and actually catch fish.The poles were donated to the city's Parks and
Recreation Department through a grant from Fish Florida, a nonprofit organization that
promotes fishing, especially to children. It's financed through the sale of sailfish auto tags.


8 to 13. It's designed for kids
to engage in structured and
educational programming
while they snorkel, fish,
kayak and explore mangrove
and seagrass habitats. The
day camp runs Aug. 1 to 6,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each
day. Bottled water and a
healthy snack will be provid-
ed daily. Classes will con-
vene at La Siesta Marina,
mile marker 80.5 bayside.
Space is limited. Call
Elizabeth Joln at 393-0994
to find out more, or visit
www.bayandreef.com for
more details and registration
information.
* The Key West Art &
Historical Society's Art
Camp is for youths in kinder-
garten through grade 12 at
the East Martello Tower,
3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
Two-week sessions have
been designed by Art Camp
coordinator Sabryah


Alghrary from Charlotte,
N.C., where she was the
head of an art department at
a charter school.
Classes are designed to
introduce the younger stu-
dents to recycling and teach
them a little about how
Henry Flagler's railroad
came to the Keys. Part of that
is drawing and painting
classes.
Cost of each two-week
session is $135 for museum
members and $150 for oth-
ers. Call 295-6616, Ext. 112
to register or find out more.
* Reef Relief has Coral
Camp for kids ages 6 to 12.
In Coral Camp, based at
Reef Relief's Key West
headquarters, campers will
experience hands-on learn-
ing, interactive games, group
activities, and state of-the-art
videos of life at the reef.
There also are field trips.
One- or two-week ses-


sions run through Aug. 19.
Cost is $215 per week or
$370 for two or more weeks.
For more information or to
register call Reef Relief at
294-3100 or send an e-mail
to reefrelief@gmail.com
* The Pigeon Key
Foundation & Marine
Science Center in Marathon
is offering a kids' summer
camp with a variety of
marine science activities,
including snorkeling at
Sombrero Reef, an underwa-
ter obstacle course, a shark
and squid dissection, and
more.
There are weeklong day
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for kids ages 8 and up.
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the businesses and anglers who participated in our
11th Annual Dolphin & Blackfin Tuna Fun Fishing Tournament.
This year our charity of
choice for the Benefit
Auction and Raffle was f
the Sarcoma Research .i ,
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donating back half of their winnings from the 50/50 raffle.
Sincerely,
Randy and the Staff at Burdines
A big ""Thank You!!"" to:


Andy & Dave's Garage
Annette's Lobster House
Anthony's
Ballyhood International
Bayshore Clothing
Bionic Bait
Cabana Breezes
Capt. Hook's Marina & Dive Center
Coca-Cola Distributing
Crane Point Hammock
Daffy Doug's
Daniel's Reel & Rod Repair
Eagle Brand Sales
El Siboney
Flowers by J & J
Food for Thought
Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce
Intermedia Outdoors
Island Distributing
Island Ragz & Sunglasses
Island Tiki Bar & Restaurant


Keys Federal Credit Union
Lazy Days (south)
Leigh Ann's Coffee House
Marathon Bait & Tackle
Marathon Florist
Midas Touch Jewelers
Mid-State Energy
Porky's Bayside
Salon Blanco
Salty's Waterfront
Seven Mile Marina
Sparky's Landing
Specialty Hardware
Spirit Snorkeling
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The Stuffed Pig
The Tackle Box
The Turtle Hospital
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The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) is committed
to providing Monroe County/Florida Keys residents and visitors with a
safe and reliable supply of high quality drinking water. The FKAA water
meets state and federal standards for both appearance and safety. The
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires utilities to mail by July 1st
of each year an annual water quality report (often referred to as the
"Consumer Confidence Report") to customers as part of the Safe
Drinking Water Act. This report is based on the results of monitoring for
the period of January 1 to December 31, 2010. It explains where your
water comes from, how your water is treated, what our tests show about
your water, and other things you should know about your water.

The annual water quality report was recently mailed out. If you need
additional copies, more information, or have any questions relating to
your drinking water, please call Julie Cheon, Water Quality and
Environmental Manager, at (305) 295-2150 or visit our website at
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let 150 more
participate

The Early Learning
Coalition of Miami-
Dade/Monroe has received a
$17,500 grant from the Health
Foundation of South Florida
to expand its child health-
screening in Monroe County.
And that means the coali-
tion and its partner, the
Florida Keys Area Health
Education Center, can offer
the screenings to 150 more
children than the current 450


Salvation Army
seeks volunteers

The Salvation Army in
Monroe County is looking for
volunteers to help out if a hur-
ricane strikes during the 2011
season, which started on June 1
and runs until the end of
November.
Organization officials will
be based at the Emergency


Public Meetings Scheduled by and with the City of Marathon for July 2011
City Council City Manager
Ginger Snead, Mayor Roger Hernstadt
Dick Ramsay, Vice Mayor . - City Attorneys
Richard Keating, Councilmember Stearns Weaver Miller
Mike Cinque, Councilmember Weissler Alhadeff
Pete Worthington, Councilmember CITY OF MARATHON & Sitterson, PA
Please note that more than one Marathon City Council/Board/Committee member may participate in the meetings listed.


SUBJECT:
City Hall Closed (Fourth of July)


DATE:
07/04/11


*Canceled* Community Image Advisory 07/05/11
Board


Nearshore Waters Committee Meeting
City Council/Staff Agenda
Briefing Workshop
City Council Executive Session
(Beyer V. City of Marathon)
City Council Meeting
Code Board Hearing
Parks and Recreation Meeting


07/07/11
07/12/11

07/12/11

07/12/11
07/13/11
07/14/11


TIME:

1:30pm

6:00pm


LOCATION:


FDOT, Conference Room, 3100 Overseas Hwy.

Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.


10:00am Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.


4:30pm

5:30pm
6:00pm
6:00pm


Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy.

Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.


To view the full City of Marathon calendar please visit our website: www.ci.marathon.fl.us
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter
considered at any meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purposes he or she may need to
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now eligible.
The screenings, including
dental, are comprehensive.
They're for at-risk and eco-
nomically disadvantaged
children ages birth to 5 years
attending private early care
and education programs
Keyswide through the state's
Voluntary Prekindergarten
Program.
Follow-up services for
parents include referrals for
needed medical and/or spe-
cialty care, including dental.
Financial assistance may be
available for children whose
parents are uninsured or
underinsured.


Operations Center in Marathon
but volunteers will be needed
in all areas if a storm hits.
To find out more, call
Michael Knowles or Patricia
Riggan at 294-5611 or stop by
the Salvation Army office,
1920 Flagler Ave., Key West.

Poster contest
honors Flagler

The Marathon Community
Theatre is sponsoring a poster
contest to mark the 100-year
anniversary of the Jan. 12,
1912, arrival in Key West of the
Florida East Coast Railway.
Original poster designs
should depict the importance of
the event. Applications and
rules can be obtained at the the-
ater, mile marker 49 oceanside,
or by calling Ginger at 304-
7842 or sending an e-mail to


The Health Foundation is
a nonprofit grant-making
organization working in
Monroe, Miami-Dade and
Broward counties to support
programs that promote health
and prevent disease.
The Early Learning
Coalition of Miami-
Dade/Monroe is a nonprofit
dedicated to ensuring chil-
dren in the two counties
receive high-quality early
care and education. The
coalition serves more than
50,000 children ages birth to
12 years, and their families.
For additional information,
visit www.elcmdm.org.


Expert presents
Apple's Lion

Jack Buccellato of All
Keys Computer Guy, a con-
sulting and Web development
firm, presents a first glimpse
of Lion, Apple's new operat-
ing system, when he address-
es the Upper Keys Mac User
Group at 7 p.m. July 14 at the
Key Largo library, in Trade
Winds Plaza at mile marker
101.4 oceanside.
Buccellato will also cover
key Apple technical points
and convergence, which is
connecting everything -
computers, TV, phones and
tablets.
The session is free and
open to the public, doesn't
require reservations, and
includes refreshments. To
find out more, call 451-4601.


Do you have a i
birdbath on your I
property? Please change the water
every week to stop mosquitoes
from breeding in that water.


For more tips and current infot
www.keysmosqu
or call 305-292-;


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KEY LARGO
Ocean Reef Chapel
Ocean Reef Drive *
367-2049
Church of Christ
MM 100.7 * 451-1194
Key Largo Baptist
MM 106 * 451-1642
St Justin Martyr
MM 105.5 * 451-1316
Church of the
Nazarene
MM 100 * 451-1142
Lighthouse on the
Rock
MM 99.3 * 451-6212
First Baptist Church
MM 99 * 451-2265
Seventh Day
Adventist
MM 98.5 * 852-0899

TAVERNIER


Coral Isles Church
Dr. Bonnie Frost, Pastor
Contemporary worship and
Children's Church School
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Call for
our schedule of activities and
programs.
MM 90 * 852-5813

The Worship Directory is a
service of the Keynoter. Basic
listings are included free. To
place an expanded paid listing,
call the Classifieds department
at (305) 743-5551.


Burton Memorial
United Methodist
MM 93 * 852-2581

Keys Jewish
Community Center
MM 93 * 852-5235

Church of God
MM 90.5 * 852-5996
Immanual Lutheran
Sunday Service 10 am

MM 90.2 * ocean side
Tavernier 305-852-8711
www.KeysLutheran.org
San Pedro Catholic
Church
Rev. John Peloso
Sunday 9 am & 11 am, Saturday
Vigil 5 pm, Mon., Thur. & Friday
8:30 am, Tues. Communion
Service 8:30 am

MM 89.5 * 305-852-5372

Spirit and Truth
Ministries
MM 89.5 * 852-7975

St. James Episcopal
MM 87.5 * 852-8468

ISLAMORADA

First Baptist Church
MM 81.2 * 664-4910

United Methodist
MM 81 * 664-3661

LAYTON

Community Baptist
Layton Dr. * 664-2430


NM.r.lhoin Church Of Gol
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Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PM
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MARATHON
First Baptist
62nd St. * 743-5134
Community
Methodist
MM 48 * 743-5107
St Columba Episcopal
52nd St. * 743-6412
San Pablo Catholic
122nd St. * 289-0636
New Life
MM 49 * 743-7165
Calvary Baptist
76th St. * 743-6838
New Mt. Zion
Missionary Baptist
42nd St. * 743-3300
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall
98th St. * 743-3679
Seventh-Day
Adventist
Loggerhead Ln. * 743-4796
Church of Christ
26th St. * 743-5397
Martin Luther Chapel
122nd St. Gulf * 289-0700

BIG PINE KEY
St. Peter Catholic
MM 30 * 872-2537


Kirk of the Keys
Overseas H,.i. . at 89th Street
Marathon, FL * MM 51.5
Staffed Children's Sunday School & Nursery
Sunday Services
9 a.m. Contemporary-.11 a.m. Traditional
www.kirkofthekeys.com

St. Francis In the Keys
Episcopal
Key Deer Blvd. * 872-2547

Lord of the Seas
Lutheran
Key Deer Blvd. * 872-3612

First Baptist
Key Deer Blvd. * 872-2542

United Methodist
Key Deer Blvd. * 872-2470

Vineyard Christian
Fellowship
County Rd. * 872-3404

St. Andrews Orthodox
Mission
Key Deer Blvd. * 872-1453

Jehovah's Witness
Kingdom Hall
MM 28 * 872-7000

SUGARLOAF KEY

Sugarloaf Baptist
Crane Blvd. * 745-2661

Calvary Chapel
17175 0/S Hwy.* 240-9673

BIG COPPITT KEY

First Baptist Church
Ave F * 294-4118


Keys Chapel
Orthodox
Presbyterian
Coppitt Rd. * 294-8256

STOCK ISLAND
Key West Baptist
Temple
2nd Ave. * 294-3411
Covenant Word
MacDonald Ave.
292-1119

KEY WEST
Church of Christ
Von Phister St. * 296-3331
Church of God
White St. * 296-8844
Cornish Memorial
AME Zion
Whitehead St. * 294-2350
Fifth St Baptist
5th St. * 294-2255
Glad Tidings
United St. * 296-5773
Grace Lutheran
Flagler St. * 296-5161
United Methodist
Eaton St. * 296-2392
Metropolitan
Community
Petronia St. * 294-8912
Peace Covenant
Presbyterian
Flagler Ave. * 294-1223
Southernmost Prayer
and Faith
Fleming St. * 292-6416


Unity of the Keys
Virginia St. * 296-5888
St. James First
Missionary Baptist
Olivia St. * 296-5593
St. Mary Star of the
Sea Catholic
Windsor Ln. * 294-1018
Christian Science
Elizabeth St. * 296-8215
Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day
Saints
Northside Dr. * 294-9400
St Paul's Episcopal
Duval St. * 296-5142
Trinity Presbyterian
Simonton St. * 296-3318
Impact Community
Seventh-Day
Adventist
Fifth St. * 393-9554
Unitarian Universalist
Georgia St. * 296-4369
B'Nai Zion
United St. * 294-3437
Chabad Jewish Center
Trinity Dr. * 295-0013
Salvation Army
Flagler Rd. * 294-5611
Seventh-Day
Adventist
Thomas St. * 522-3693
Get Fit Family Boot
Camp
Southard St. * 294-4351


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HEFTY DONATION


The United Way of the Florida Keys, which this year is
focusing on food for the needy in Monroe County by
donating to food pantries countywide, donates $10,000
to the Burton Memorial United Methodist Church food
pantry in Islamorada. At the presentation are (from left)
United Way President Margie Smith, Burton Memorial
Pastor Kerry Foote, United Way board members Erin
O'Hara and Candy Fincke, and Tiffany Katz of Burton
Memorial.


Women's study
group forming

A 12-week women's
study program in the Upper
Keys, called "Boundaries,"
starts on July 17.
The group will meet in
the community room at the
Sea Gull condominium com-
plex in Tavernier and focus


on the following: Can I set
limits and still be a loving
person? How do I answer
someone who wants my
time, love, energy or
money? Why do I feel guilty
when I consider setting
boundaries?
To find out more, call co-
facilitator Nancy Siljander at
(703) 328-3573 or send an e-
mail to nsiljander@aol.com.


Senior center
offers line dance

The Dallas MacDonald
Senior Center on Big Pine
Key will continue line-
dancing classes throughout
the summer months.
Summer is a good time
for beginners because
smaller classes mean extra
individual help is available,
and the classes are free. No
previous experience is nec-
essary.
Although it began as
country dancing, nowadays
the styles of music vary
from country to Latin,
blues, jazz, fox trot, two-
step, waltz and more.
Classes are held at the
center on Key Deer
Boulevard from 2:30 to
4:30 p.m. Monday and
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday. The instructor
is Louise Wood. For more
information call her at 745-
2864.
Also at the center, the
computer club meets the
second and fourth Saturday
of each month 10 a.m. to
noon. It's for beginner
computer users. There is no
official teacher and it's not


a class; teaching
one-to-one basis,
anyone can teach
one needs help.


is on a
meaning
if some-


Baptist church
plans Bible school

Calvary Baptist Church
in Marathon has themed its
vacation Bible school
"Blast Into Space."
It takes place from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. July 11
through 15 at the church,
686 7th St. oceanside. It's
for kids in grades kinder-
garten to six and includes
free lunch, games, crafts, a
carnival and more.
For early registration or
bus pickup, call the church
at 743-6838.

Reef Relief sets
its annual meeting

Reef Relief has its
24th annual membership
meeting set for 6 to 9
p.m. July 18 at the Pier
House Resort Caribbean
Spa, 1 Duval St., Key
West.
There will be a state of
the reef address, presen-
tations by Mote Marine
Laboratory and the
Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary, and
free food and a cash bar.
To RSVP, call 294-
3100 or send an e-mail to
reefrelief@gmail.com.


!** JULY -


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Talk Facts Tag 1
FROM

THE TAX COLLECTOR


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* Local Business Taxes may be renewed July 1, 2011. The 2011 Business
tax expires September 30, 2012 and becomes delinquent on October 1, 2011.


* July 31st is the last day to pay your 1st Installment for 2011 Taxes.


* The lobster sport season begins @ 12:01AM on July 27th and ends at 12:00
Midnight on July 28th. The bag limit for Monroe County is 6 per person per day.


* The Tax Collector's Offices through out the Keys will be closed Monday
July 4th for the holiday.


Adopt-A-Pet

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No.2327100
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
ANCHOR TOWING gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell these vehicles
on 07/15/2011, 08:00 am at
189 US HIGHWAY 1,
KEY WEST, FL 33040-5476,
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
ANCHORTOWING reserves
the right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1GCCS1942SK105309
1995 CHEVROLET
1YVGF22C6W5726757
1998 MAZDA
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No. 1976600
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MONROE
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COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2011-DR-644-K
Marisela Gonzalez,
Petitioner
and
Erez Biton,
Respondent.
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: Erez Biton
3312 Northside Dr.
Key West, FL 33040
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you are required to
serve a copy of yourwritten
defenses, if any, to it on
Marisela Gonzalez whose
address is 6511 Maloney Ave
/3, Key West, FL 33040 on or
before JULY 18,2011, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at 500 WHITEHEAD ST.,
KEY WEST, FL 33040 before
service on Petitoner or
immediately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may be
entered againstyou for the
relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this case,
including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
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Dated: June 13,2011
CLERKOFTHE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marislady Lopez
Deputy Clerk
Publish June 18, 25,
July 2, 9, 2011
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No. 2358900
PUBLIC NOTICE
Monroe County
School District
Bid No. 431
Oral Presentations to be held
1:00 pm on Wednesday, July
6th, 2011 in the Media Center
at Marathon High School
located at 350 Sombrero
Beach Road, Marathon, FL
33050. This meeting is opened
to the public.
Details available at
http://DemandStar.com
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No. 2359800
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
ARNOLD'S TOWING &
RECOVERY, INC. gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
07/2012011,09:00 am at 6411
2ND TERRACE, KEYWEST,
FL 33040, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. ARNOLD'S
TOWING & RECOVERY, INC.
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
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No.2201500
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2010-CP-61-M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EUGENIA CALAS CALAS,
Deceased.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: All parties having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the assets and
Estate of EUGENIA CALAS
CALAS, deceased
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
proceeding for determining
beneficiaries for the said estate
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Richard E. Warner,
Esq., Richard E. Warner, P.A.,
Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is 12221 Overseas
Highway, P.O. Box 501317,
Marathon, Florida 33050-1317,
on or before August 2, 2011,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Petitioners' attorney
or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
DATED this 22nd day of June,
2011.
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
As Clerk of Court
By: Tammy L. Marciel
Deputy Clerk of Court
Publish June 25, July 2, 9, 16,
2011
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No. 2327500
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY
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The Bank of New York Mellon
f/k/a The Bank of New York, as
Trustee for the
Certificateholders CWALT,
Inc., Alternative Loan Trust
2006-OA6 Mortgage
Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2006-OA6
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Herman Lopez; Viviana Lopez;
Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc.,
acting solely as a nominee for
Countrywide Home Loans,
Inc.; Village at Hawk's Cay
Property Owners Association,
Inc. d/b/a Village at Hawk's Cay
Homeowners Association, Inc.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
May 17, 2011, entered in Civil
Case No. 2008-CA-000063 M
of the Circuit Court of the 16th
Judicial Circuit in and for
Monroe County, Florida,
wherein The Bank of New York
Mellon f/k/a The Bank of New
York, as Trustee for the
Certificateholders CWALT,
Inc., Alternative Loan Trust
2006-OA6 Mortgage
Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2006-OA6, Plaintiff and
Herman Lopez and Viviana
Lopez are defendants I will
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sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash AT THE
MONROE COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 500
WHITEHEAD STREET, KEY
WEST, FL 33040, AT 11:00
A.M. on July 22, 2011, the
following described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
RESIDENTIAL UNIT D-026 OF
VILLAGE AT HAWK'S CAY,
ACCORDINGTOTHE
DECLARATION OF
PROTECTIVE COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS AND
EASEMENTS OF VILLAGE AT
HAWK'S CAY, A
WATERFRONT VACATION
HOME DEVELOPMENT, AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 1488, AT
PAGE 190 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
ANYAMENDMENTS
THERETO:
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED BY METES AND
BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:
A PARCEL OF LAND, BEING
A PORTION OF BLOCK. 16,
INDIES ISLAND DUCK
KEY-SECTION 1-PART 1. A
SUBDIVISION AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
5, PAGE 82, IN SECTION 21,
TOWNSHIP 65 SOUTH,
RANGE 34 EAST, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
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NOTICEI Effective July 1, 2009, the
intention to register a ficttious name
must be advertised at least once in a
newspaper in the county in which the
principal place of business will be located.

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Keys Arts and Entertainment this week


Fireworks to light up the sky


Photo by Bryan Buckley
Studios staff celebrates Ashe Street Cottages
groundbreaking with Affiliated construction team (left
to right):Top row,Cesar Moran, Elier Paiz, Doug Ney, Alex
Necessary, Jason Settar, Norm Figueredo, Tomas Bartak,
Alban Mora, Guillermo Orozco, Rosi Ware, Daniel Ryan,
Jay Scott and Yuniel Gonzalez. Bottom row, Martha
Barnes, Teri Johnston, Dar Castillo, Elena Devers and
Lauren McAloon.


Studios breaks


ground on artist-in-


residence expansion

Cottages will adjoining lot to be "devel-
oped into a beautifully
become suites, landscaped nature center
filled with rotating sculp-
studio spaces ture installations," he said.
"The community has
The Studios of Key shown tremendous support
West has broken ground on and enthusiasm for
a renovation project that TSKW's next stage of
will expand facilities for development, with almost
visiting artists, fifty individuals, families,
Known as the Ashe and foundations stepping
Street Cottages, both prop- up to help us meet our
erties are located at 607 goal.
and 608 Ashe St., just "These cottages will
behind the Armory. give visiting artists the
Jay Scott, executive time and space to grow
director of The Studios, and to discover Key West,
said a fund drive was suc- and their presence will
cessfully completed earlier greatly enhance quality
this year, enabling the ren- and diversity of the work-
ovation plan to proceed. shops, exhibitions and
The cottages will be events TSKW can give
renovated to include three back to the community."
artist suites with two Plans call for The
attached working studios. Studios to offer month-
A large covered back deck long residencies for up to
will provide an indoor/out- 40 artists each year.
door space for small gath- "This spring, TSKW
enngs. received nearly one hun-
And, funding from the dred proposals from peo-
Tourist Development
Council will enable an * See Studios, 7B


Keys events

help celebrate

Independence

L'Attitudes Staff


"... the rocket's red
glare, bombs bursting in air"
etc.
While most folks associ-
ate July 4 fireworks with
Frances Scott Key's memo-
rable depiction of the 1812
British bombardment of Fort
McHenry, we have to thank
an earlier patriot for the
Fourth of July tradition of
bombast and celebration.
It was this nation's sec-
ond president, John Adams,
who gets the credit.
In a letter to his wife,
written in 1776, Adams
wrote of solemnizing
Independence Day "with
Pomp and Parade, with
Shews, Games, Sports,
Guns, Bells, Bonfires, and
Illuminations from one End
of this Continent to the
other..."
And so we do to this day.
Here in the Keys, patriots
and patrons are ready to ooh
and aah with aerial displays,
parades, picnics and foot
races to mark Independence
Day celebrations held
throughout the Keys.
The Upper Keys Reporter
sponsors its 36th annual July
4 parade in partnership this
year with this Key Largo
Chamber of Commerce. The
2011 Parade theme:
I I.iglc 's Railroad to the
Sea." The grand marshal will
be Jerry Wilkinson,
Tavernier historian, who
reprises his famous cos-


Aerial spectaculars dot the night sky at fireworks displays
planned in Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Sugarloaf
Key and Key West.


tumed portrayal of railroad
magnate Henry Flagler.
The parade gets rolling at
10 a.m., kicking off from the
parking lot at Anthony's
Clothing Store, mile marker
98.2. Entrants must assemble
in the parking lot between
8:30 and 9 a.m.
Awards will be presented
for floats and entries in cate-
gories including best emer-
gency vehicle, best musical,
most original, most beautiful,
best portrayal of the theme,


best nonprofit and best busi-
ness parade entrants. For
more details, call The
Reporter at 852-3216 or the
Key Largo Chamber at 451-
1414.
Before the parade, a Stay
Ahead of the Parade 5K Run
is planned. Sponsored by the
Upper Keys Reporter, Key
Largo Conch House,
Doghouse Pizza, Docksider,
Key Largo Baptist Church
and Centennial Bank, the
race is to benefit YMCA


summer camp scholarships
for junior marine biology, lit-
eracy initiatives and sports
programs.
The 5K run is expected to
start at 9:45 a.m. Participants
can pre-register - packets
are available at the YMCA
office in Key Largo's
Community Park and at the
Key Largo branch of
Centennial Bank - or enter
the day of the race between
8:30 and 9:30 a.m. For more
information, contact Joyia
Montanez at 896-4956.

Key Largo
Blackwater Sound in Key
Largo provides a great set-
ting for aerial fireworks. The
show is scheduled on the
bayfront at 9 p.m. July 4.
The best seating can be
found at the Sundowners and
Senior Frijoles restaurants,
the Caribbean Club and
Marriott Key Largo Bay
Resort, all around mile
marker 104. Reservations are
suggested because seating is
limited.

Islamorada
Founders Park at mile
marker 87 on Plantation Key
is the site of Spirit of
Islamorada, an old-fashioned
annual Fourth of July cele-
bration hosted by the village
of Islamorada and the Upper
Keys Rotary Club.
Entertainment and activi-
ties for kids, teens, parents
and dogs highlight the event
from 6 to 9:30 p.m. A fire-
works show follows.
Attractions include contests
for best apple pie and potato
salad, and a Nathan's hot-
dog eating contest.

* See Celebration, 8B


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BY METES AND BOUNDSAS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCINGATTHE
CENTERLINE
INTERSECTION OF GOLF
COURSE DRIVE AND DUCK
KEY DRIVE OF SAID PLAT,
BEAR NORTH 66 DEGREES
56 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE
CENTERLINE OF GOLF
COURSE DRIVE AND THE
NORTHEASTERLY
EXTENSION THEREOF, FOR
A DISTANCE OF 492.74
FEET, TO A POINT: THENCE
BEARSOUTH 36 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 52 SECONDS
WEST, FORA DISTANCE OF
83.74 FEET, TOA POINT,
SAID POINT TO BE KNOWN
AS THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL
OF LAND HEREINAFTER
DESCRIBED; THENCE BEAR
SOUTH 73 DEGREES 03
MINUTES 23 SECONDS
EAST, FORA DISTANCE OF
14.64 FEET, TOA POINT,
THENCE BEARSOUTH16
DEGREES 56 MINUTES 37
SECONDS WEST FORA
DISTANCE OF 57.34 FEET TO
A POINT, THENCE BEAR
NORTH 73 DEGREES 02
MINUTES 17 SECONDS
WEST, FORA DISTANCE OF
14.85 FEET, TOA POINT,
THENCE BEAR NORTH 17
DEGREES 09 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST, FORA
DISTANCE OF 57.34 FEET,
BACKTO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTAINING
AN AREA OF 845.38 SQUARE
FEET, MORE OR LESS.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHERTHANTHE
PROPERTY OWNERS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
Florida Rules of Judicial
Administration Rule 2.540
Notices to Persons With
Disabilities
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact
CherylAlfonso,ADA
Coordinator, Court Operations
Manager, 502 Whitehead
Street, Key West, FL 33040,
305-295-3652 at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
ARNOLD'SAUTO & MARINE
REPAIR, INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent
to sell these vehicles on
7/20/2011,09:00 am at 5540
3RD AVE, KEY WEST, FL
33040-6032, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. ARNOLD'S
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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
The vehicles) listed below will
be sold at public auction for
cash at FLORIDA KEYS
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Hwy, Marathon FL 33050 at
8:00 AM on July 27, 2011 in
accordance to Florida Statute
Section 713.78 for unpaid
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Saturday, July 2, 2011 7B


Cottages a gift


Paul Cotton band performs at the Schooner Wharf.


Paul Cotton plays

at Schooner Wharf


Former lead
singer for
band Poco
Paul Cotton, co-
founder of The Illinois
Speed Press, plays the
Schooner Wharf for a
limited July engagement.
Best known for writ-
ing "Heart of the Night,"
Cotton played 30 years
with the band Poco
before going solo in
2010.
The Alabama-born
musician will play the
Schooner Wharf with
Marty Stonely, Russ
Scavelli, Joel Nelson and
Greg Shandley.
While performing as
lead singer with Poco,
the group released their
"Legend" album, which
included the now famous
song "The Heart of the
Night."


Other songs of note:
"Crazy Love," "Indian
Summer," "Pickin' Up
the Pieces," and "You
Better Think Twice."
The band performs 7
p.m. to midnight Friday,
July 1 and Saturday, July
2.
"I absolutely dare you
to listen to this CD with-
out a lump in your throat
or longing for the beach,
high tide, and your sails
in the air...." wrote
Mark T. Gould in
Soundwaves Magazine.
On Sunday, July 3,
the Schooner Wharf
hosts a Latin Calypso
party with Marty Stonely
and Toko Irie from 6:30-
11 p.m., followed by
the Magic of Frank
Everhart 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
For more information,
call 292-3302 or visit:
www.schoonerwharf.com.


From Studios, 6B

pie who would like to be a
part of our next season,"
continues Scott. "It's our
hope that the residency pro-
gram will attract some of
the most exciting artists and
thinkers from around the
world, and help continue
our island's legacy of being
a haven for creative peo-
ple."
The Ashe Street proper-
ties were originally gifted
to TSKW by the Rodel
Foundationin 2009. TSKW
is working with Affiliated
Design and Construction


Managers to renovate the
cottages, and hopes to com-
plete the work by February
2012.
Two TSKW studio
artists have been instrumen-
tal to the project, Scott said.
Guillermo Orozco worked
as project architect and
Debra Yates as spatial
designer. Yates will design
the exterior space of the
cottages and reconfigure
space surrounding the
Armory to complete the
campus.
To learn more, visit
www.tskw.org.


Photo by Bryan Buckley
Ashe Street Cottages to undergo extensive renovations as
artist suites and studios.


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Be a part of winning team!
Hyatt Sales and Marketing
team in Key West is looking for
outgoing enthusiastic, and self-
motivated individuals. Hiring
for: * SALES EXECUTIVES
(must have an active Florida
Real Estate license)
* OPC MARKETING REPS
* SALES SUPPORT
Great benefits - Health,
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education assistance. Must be
flexible to work weekends,
nights, and holidays. Excellent
training and compensation
packages. Career advance-
ment possibilities. Apply online
today at explorehyatt.jobs.
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE. MENTAL HEALTH
AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE JAIL DIVERSION
PROGRAM REENTRY COORDINATOR

The Monroe County Sheriffs Office is
accepting applications for a CJMHSA Jail
Diversion Program Reentry Coordinator.
Min 5 years experience in counseling/
treatment Master's Degree in clinical field
required. Professional licensure &/or
certification is preferred. Go to
wwwkeyssonet to fill out the pre-application
and send resume to Charles Slebodnick
at cslebodnickkeysso,net or fax to
305-292-7159. EEO/AAP

265 285
Healthcare ealthcare

Director of Food Service
Exceptional Living
Exceptional People
Plantation Key Nursing Center
located In Tavernler,
Is seeking a full time
Certified Director of Food Service.
We offer a competitive wage and
benefits program.

Tb apply for the position,
please submit your resume and
salary requirements to
terry@plantationkeync.com


218 * General -
Miscallanenus
BOAT YARD HAS OPENING
for individual with experience in
boat repair. Must be able to
communicate in English.
Salary nego. (305)451-3332
Busy Watersports company
in Islamorada seeking friendly,
happy rental attendant. Must be
able to multi-task. Weekends a
must! 305-896-2914
CLEANING STAFF NEEDED
Driver's license a must. Good
starting wages. Marathon area,
305-481-8379
CAL CLASSIFIED 743-5651


260 * General -
MiscallannaDu
DIESEL TECHNICIAN for
busy diesel shop in Marathon.
Apply in person, Mon-Fri, 8-5,
3988 Overseas Hwy.
DRIVER Clean driving record a
MUST! Min. of 3 yr. Fl. DL.
Must speak English. Apply in
person from 12-3, M-F, at Ore
Seafood, 1264 Ocean View
Ave., end of 15th St., Marathon.
Experienced Painters
wanted, for wk. in N Key Largo.
Must spk. English, have own
transportation and valid drivers
license Call 305-451-1745


F/T NIGHT TIME SECURITY
POSITION
Available in Key Largo.
Please Call: 305-451-4060

GROWING SIGN COMPANY
needs installers/shop help.
Email resumes to
iwilsonm(localenterprises.net
Kennel / Veterinary assistant
needed for busy practice in
Marathon. Experience
preferred. Good wages and
benefits. Call Marathon
Veterinary Hospital at
305-743-7099.
Parasail Captain & Mate
Top pay for right person, must
have experience. Must live in
Middle Keys, and be drug free.
Clean cut, outgoing
personality. Start immediately.
305-743-2275
PARTS MANAGER FIT
For Diesel Shop in Marathon.
Apply in person, 3988
Overseas Hwy, M-F, 8-5.
PLUMBERS NEEDED
Full-time immediate openings.
Experienced only. Apply in
person @ George's Plumbing
9585 Overseas Hwy., Mthn
RENTAL OPERATOR &
TOUR GUIDE Looking for very
professional booking
coordinator. Great business
opportunity for Islamorada
watersports co. Email resume
to brad (sevensports.com
Sales Associate
Experienced only, apply in
person, Sandal Factory
Outlet, 5195 Overseas Hwy
Marathon
SECURITY GUARD NEEDED
Islamorada, full time.
Must have security license.
305-743-3143
265
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COMMUNITY HEALTH OF
SOUTH FLORIDA, INC. (CHI)
private, non-profit corp. has the
following positions available:
Physician, FIT, Dental
Hygienist, F/T; Dental Assist
F/T; Pharmacy Tech FIT
at our Marathon Center.
Competitive salary & excellent
benefits. E.O.E. Apply in
person, call, orfax resume:
CHI, 10300 SW216 St., Miami,
FL 33190; Ph: (305)252-4872;
Fax: 305-254-4987;

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8B Saturday, July 2, 2011


Communities host parades, fireworks


From Celebration,6B

Islamorada residents and
visitors are welcome to
attend. Guests staying at par-
ticipating resorts are to
receive admission-free wrist-
bands to enter the event at 6
p.m. A $10 admission fee
applies for nonresidents who
are not staying at a partici-
pating hotel.

Middle Keys
In Marathon, a patriotic
parade is slated to start at
10:30 a.m. from Marathon
High School and head to
Sombrero Beach, where a
picnic and celebration fea-
turing food, drink, kids'
crafts and entertainment pre-
cede the night's fireworks
display.
The best viewing areas
are on the beach, of course,
but other areas nearby
including parking along
Sombrero Boulevard with
views across the golf course
that give the aerial display a
distinct backdrop.
For those with boats,
Sisters Creek and nearshore


Kids and even grownups get in the proper mood as Key
Largo's fire trucks lead off the annual July 4th Parade
sponsored by The Reporter newspaper and this year by the
Key Largo Chamber of Commerce.


waters provide good views,
although caution is advised
with lots of boats in a small
area all jockeying for posi-
tion.

Lower Keys
The Big Pine & Lower
Keys Rotary Club's annual
Fourth of July fireworks will
take place at Sugarloaf
Airport, mile marker 17 bay-


side on Sugarloaf Key, adja-
cent to the quirky Bat Tower.
The fireworks go off about 9
p.m. Gates open at 5 p.m.
Admission is free, but no
coolers, pets or personal fire-
works will be allowed.

Key West
Key West annual Fourth
of July 4 picnic to benefit
Hospice of the Florida


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Keys/Visiting Nurse
Association takes place at
the Casa Marina Resort &
Beach Club, 1500 Reynolds
St. overlooking the Atlantic
Ocean.
The celebration is sched-
uled to start at 5 p.m. with
fireworks over the Atlantic
starting at 9 p.m., courtesy
of the Key West Rotary
Club.
The traditional buffet
offers hamburgers, hot dogs
and all the fixings for $25
per adult, $10 per child ages
3 to 12 and free for children
younger than 3. General
admission (no meal) tickets
are $10.
For an elegant alterna-
tive, attendees can choose
reserved beachfront seats
with first-class service and a
lavish buffet including
pulled pork and fried chick-
en. Tickets for the Ihci
seats on the beach" section
are $100 per person.
For information about the
picnic at the Casa Marina,
call 294-8812.
Then, the big aerial
pyrotechnic display takes
place off the White Street
Pier, thanks to the fundrais-
ing efforts of the Key West
Rotary Club. The display is
scheduled to begin about 9
p.m.


Uncle Sam (Richard McCausland) joins Rick Dostal, Cindy
Jefferson and Jayne Gezzer at last year's bar stroll event.


Bar stroll brings

out patriotic colors


Harbour Walk
plans third
annual event
Dante's hosts the kickoff
party for Key West's Third
Annual 4th of July Bar Stroll.
Sponsors dub it "a Bar
Stroll in Red White and
Blue" designed to honor
active and retired military.
A $25 fee includes com-
memorative t-shirt and a
drink ticket that's good for
free food or beverages at nine
bars and restaurants along
Key West's Harbour Walk.


The first pour begins at 2
p.m.
Participating establish-
ments in addition to Dante's:
B.O'S Fishwagon,
Schooner Wharf Bar,
Kermit's Key Lime Shoppe,
The Commodore's Boat
House Bar & Grill (coupon
must be redeemed before 4
p.m., NO exceptions), Blue
Mojito Pool Bar and Grill at
the Hyatt Resort, Rum
Barrel, Island Dogs and the
Sunset Pier at Ocean Key
House.
For more information, call
766-0239.


' - LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE!
Wed. Chris and Friends 6-10pm
Fri. Mini 2 w/ Jimmy, Chris & Chris 6-1 Opm
,Sat. Marlin Too Review 6-1Opm

HAPPY HOUR 4-6PM
* $1.50 drafts * $3 Wine & Wells * $3 Popcorn Shrimp
* $3 Gourmet Mac & Cheese Cup * $3 Clam Strips

CAPTAIN'S DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY
Captain Morgan $3.50 - Ask about our
"Captain's Club" and win a half-day Fishing Trip
every 1st & 3rd Wednesday. Live Music 6-10pm!

COME PLAY SHUFFLEBOARD
Thursday at 6pm
www.smugglerscoverestaurant.com
Temporary Hours While Under Construction
OPEN: Wed/Thurs/Fri 4pm-Midnight
OPEN: Sat/Sun 11am-Midnight
CLOSED: Mon. & Tues.


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Lab Technologist PRN

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Agency Seeks THERAPISTS,
RN's, LPN's & CNA's.
Medicare Certified Agency/
HHA299992862.
Tel: 305-220-1088
Fax Resume: 305-220-6606
270
Office- Clrical
MARATHON GARBAGE
SERVICE - is now hiring
PIT 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


270
Office- Clrical
OFFICE ASSISTANT
Must be friendly and polite.
Computer literate .Apply in
person from 12-3, M-F, at Ore
Seafood, 1264 Ocean View
Ave., end of 15th St., Marathon.
275
ProfessiIlal
GRACE JONES DAYCARE
looking for a qualified teacher
C.D.A./45 state hours.
Must love children.
Call 743-6064


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IRERIABANK

Has an Opening for a

Full-Time Teller in Marathon

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Part Time IT Manager

Guest Service
We offer competitie wages.
To apply go to. www.hershacamers.com
For any questions pleaue contact
Shelby Valles @ 305-433-N937
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280 * Reastaurnt
Bagr Hotels
HERBIE'S Taking applications
for Waitstaff and Kitchen
Help. Apply in person:
6350 O/S Hwy, Marathon.
experienced only need aIv.

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HOUSEKEEPER PIT
Thurs & Fri. Experience a plus.
For small resort in Islamorada.
Call 852-5389
New Upscale Restaurant in
Marathon now hiring all Front
of the House positions. Please
contact Maria Hoppwood (305)
923-4297 to schedule interview
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5661


NOW HIRING! Busy Marathon
Resort is hiring front desk
(reservations), maintenance
and housekeeping. Please
send resume and/or personal
information to:
resortjobsl@aol.com.
Must work weekends.
WORK ON THE OCEAN
Cabana Breezes now hiring
Servers, Bar Back & Food
Runners. Apply in person,
401 E. Ocean Dr., KCB.



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Morada Way/Industrial Dr.
Islamorada, next to UPS.
7/9 and 7/10, 8am-12pm.
Moving Sale, 7/2. Plants, all
appliances, brick pavers, tools,
fishing, garden supplies,
furniture, artwork. MM 47.9
Gulfside, behind Lenchos
CAU CiASSIFIED 743-551


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expands offerings planned in fall


Rocky Horror
show coming
in October
Fans of the late night
revel better known as "The
Rocky Horror Show" will be
pleased to learn that the
Friends of the Key Largo
Cultural Center are planning
to stage the popular British
camp comedy in October.
Auditions will begin Aug.
10 and Aug. 11 from 6-11
p.m. at the Murray Nelson
Government and Cultural
Center, mile marker 102.
And, for those with taste
for something more Southern
and refined, the Friends plan
to produce "Steel
Magnolias" for a November
show run.
Rocky Horror is
described as the longest-run-
ning British horror comedy
musical.
It was the inspiration for
the 1975 cult classic film
starry Tim Curry as Frank-N-
Furter, a mad scientist, along
with Susan Sarandon, Meat
Loaf and a cast of kooky
characters.
Debra Ginsberg, artistic
director for the Friends
group, said the story follows
the misadventures of inno-
cents who cross paths with
deranged villains.
"We are looking for com-
munity members to be part
of this campy, fun-filled pro-
duction. What better way to
celebrate Halloween than
with a homage to the Rocky
Horror Show - the musical
with monsters and freaks."
As part of the August
auditions, Ginsberg said
she's looking for players
interested in tryouts for
"lccl Magnolias."
"Be prepared to sing a
song of your choice," she
said, "also, be prepared to
dance a few easy dance steps
and read from the script.
"If you breathe, can chew
gum and feel comfortable as
your sexy self, we want you


Actor Tim Curry stole the show in 1975's cult film classic
"Rocky Horror Picture Show," adapted from a British
comedy play "The Rocky Horror Show." Trivia: Curry
created the character in the original British stage version,
beating out Mick Jagger who wanted that movie role.


to come to this audition," she
said.
For more information,
visit FKLCC's web site at
fklcc.org.


The Friends are hosting a
summer jazz series at the
Cultural Center, including a
7 p.m. Saturday, July 2, per-
formance by Kansas City


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jazz singer Kevin Mahogany.
Mahogany, described by
Newsweek magazine as "the
standout jazz vocalist of his
generation," will be joined
on stage by Doug Bickel,
piano; Gary Thomas,
acoustic bass, and Richard
Hargett, drums.
Other performances in the
jazz series this summer:
Troy Anderson and the
Wonderful World Band, July
15; The Bickel/Marks trio,
July 29; Marilyn Sanchez,
Aug. 12, and a Broadway
Review, Aug. 26, featuring
Serena Salva, Deneen
Bullard-Barriere, Debra
Ginsberg, Doug Bickel, Gary
Thomas and Richard
Hargett.
Concert tickets cost $25.
For more information, call
451-3922.
The Friends of the Key
Largo Cultural Center said
they plan to present cultural
programs that attract locals
as well as visitors to the the-
ater auditorium facilities at
the Murray E. Nelson
Government and Cultural
Center.






Tavernier 5 Cinema
bbtheatres.com
/ Transformers 3-3D
(July -4) (PG-13)
12:15, 3:30, 6:45, 10:00
/ Transformers 3-3D
(July5-7) (PG-13)
1:15, 4:30, 7:45

/ Cars 2 (G)
1:35, 4:15, 7:00, 9:35
/ Bad Teacher (R)
2:10, 4:35, 7:30, 9:50

Green Lantern (PG-13)
2:00, 4:35, 7:10, 9:45

/ Sorry, no passes.
Tavernier 5 Cinema
91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernier


Matinee Madness!Wednesdays at 2 PM
This week: On Golden Pond
(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.
* Larry Crowne (PG-13): 1:15,4:05,7:20 and 9:45 p.m.
* Monte Carlo (PG): 1:25,4:00,7:00 and 10:00 p.m.
* Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D (PG-13): 12:50,4:00,
7:10 and 10:20 p.m.
SBad Teacher (R): 1:10,4:10,7:15 and 9:55 p.m.
* Cars 2 (G): 4:15 and 9:40 p.m.
* Cars 2 3D (G): 1:30 and 7:00 p.m.
* Green Lantern (PG-13): 4:15 and 9:40 p.m.
* Green Lantern 3D (PG-13):1:20 and 7:05 p.m.

Tropic Cinema
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* Midnight in Paris (PG-13):2:00,4:15,6:30 and 8:45 p.m.
* Bridesmaids (R): 1:30,3:45,6:00 and 8:15 p.m.
* The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (PG-13): 2:15 and
6:45 p.m.
* Winter in Wartime (R): 4:30 and 9:00 p.m.
* Super 8 (PG-13): 1:45,4:00,6:15 and 8:30 p.m.

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

Tavernier Towne Cinema
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
* Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D (PG-13): July 1-4
shows: 12:15,3:30,6:45 and 10:00 p.m.
* Tansformers 3 3D (PG-13):July 5-7 shows: 1:15,4:30 and
7:45 p.m.
* Larry Crowne (PG-13): Daily 1:50,4:25,7:10 and 9:30 p.m.
* Cars 2 (G): Daily 1:35,4:15,7:00 and 9:35 p.m.
* Bad Teacher (R): Daily 2:10,4:35,7:30 and 9:50 p.m.
* Green Lantern (PG-13): Daily 2:00,4:35,7:10 and
9:45 p.m.


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Great prices. Call for details.
Jerry 305-766-3026
GARDEN SALE - Downsizing!
Pottery (Irg & small), plants,
Bird Nest Palm, Alocasia, lots
more! Call for private viewing.
395-395-0955, Marathon
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610 * Bu iness
Opportunities

Boutique For Sale,
Islamorada. US1/Busy plaza
with lots of parking 750 sq ft,
hdwd floors, cust. fixtures.Call
for details 305-393-0545
Entrepreneur Seeks
Real Estate Investorfor
residential endeavors in
the Florida Keys area.
Call 313-213-2349
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REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Houies for Rent

BIG PINE KEY MM 29
Long term rental. Furnished.
Spacious 2 br home on boating
canal, direct access to Ocean.
$1795/mo F/L/S 215-431-4931
CALL CLASSFIED 743-~61


710
Homes for Rent


BPK 2/2 canal front home,
with dockage, tiled.
$1150 mo. F/L/S. Call Barbara
at CBSRE, 289-6499
LONG TERM RENTALS:
Venetian Shores 3/3 unfurn.,
pool, dock, garage $4000. +
util., F/L/S
Lower Mate. 2/1-1/2 furn.
townhs. Bay, dock, beach
$2750. + util., F/L/S
Key Largo Landings of Largo
2/2 furn., dock, pools, etc.
$1300. + util., F/L/S
MM 106 3/2 unfurn., mobil,
dock $1250. + util., F/L/S
Coldwell Banker Schmitt, RE
Co. Call Lisa 305-289-6635
or Jamie 305-453-7558
MARATHON 3/2 canalfront
Some ocean view. Long term
lease. $1700/mo + utils.
Small pet ok.
Clara. Exit R.E.. 305-395-2095


710
Homes for Reft

MARATHON 3 BR, 2 BA,
home at 1010 79th St. Yard,
Section 8 approved. $1700/mo
F/L/S. Avail Aug. 1st. Call
508-349-7674

Waterfront
MARATHON Luxurious 3/2
1200sf home, recently remod,
deep canal w/over 60' mooring,
14' dpth. Great home wlyour
boat! $2100/mo 305-360-2233
Professional wlsmall child
relocating to Upper Keys,
seeks lease w/option to buy,
land contract or rental. 2+ BD/
2BA. Call 877-399-6031
RAMROD KEY, MM 27.2/2
furnished canal front home
w/dockage, utilities incl. All
amenities! $1800 mo. Avail now
thru 1/31/12. 305-395-9518

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5561


712 * Mobile Home
for Rent

KEY LARGO MM 101.5-Large
1/1 $895/mo, or 2/2, $1295/mo
w/garage apt. Screened patio,
boat ramp, clean, recently
upgraded. 786-218-0509
MARATHON 1BD,1BA
trailer for rent
in Keys RV, MM 50.5.
$600/mo. 305-731-5042
MARATHON
Large 1 BR, screened porch,
W/D. $625/mo incl water &
sewer. Behind airport.
Owner/agent 289-6510
725 * Apt - Condo -
Duplax for Rent

A MOVE IN NOW from $250
week. MARATHON. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furnished.
All utilities, cable & free Wl Fl
included. 305-289-0800
ANNUAL RENTAL
MARATHON: 2br, 2-1/2ba
condo at Gulf Point. $1395/mo.
F/L/S. Reduced! Call Barbara
at CBSRE, 289-6499


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L.A. Times crossword puzzle
"SAY AGAIN?" - Solution in the July 6 Keynoter


Across
1 Woodcutter who
knew the magic
words
8 Wide divide
13 Tribal magicians
20 European triumvi-
rate
21 Variety show
22 Catches the show
23 Understudy's crime?
25 Steamy stuff
26 Israeli weapons
27 With 116-Down,
"Bed-In for Peace"
co-organizer
28 Make amends
30 Be a disincentive to
31 Eager, in dialect
33 Short ovation?
36 Sound on Old
MacDonald's farm
37 Responses to the
obvious
39 Office orders
40 Shore
42 The Joker portrayer
45 Spot for"Spot"
47 Concordes: Abbr.
48 Triumphant shout
49 Instrument with
colored bands?
55 Seafaring saluta-
tions
59 Some tablets
60 Official declaration
61 "The Gates of Hell"
sculptor
62 Goes :deterio-


rates
63 Like some advanced
research, briefly
65 Cues from a stage
coach
66 "Trust me!"
67 Epps of"House"
68 Compliment on a
skillful asphalt job?
72 Mother of the
Valkyries
73 Short summaries
75 Garfield's creator
76 Clue room
78 Shinto temple
gateway
79 Enter, as data
80 Start a rally
82 Ballpoint brand
83 Fishhook-to-line
connection
84 Anesthetist's error?
86 A.L.West team, on
scoreboards
87 Vow
89 "Owner of a Lonely
Heart" band
90 Still in the outbox
92 Andre's love
95 10% donation
99 One might go
around on the patio
100 _Neuf: Paris bridge
101 Fight among forest
females?
105 Mitigates
109 Rubber tree yield
111 Astound
112 Tug


114 Kennel sound
115 Got one's money's
worth at the buffet
117 Clean kielbasa?
120 Pottery casserole
dish
121 "You're talk!"
122 Unpredictable
123 Therapy time
124 Exorcist's foe
125 Old West gang

Down
1 "It was over so
fast" words
2 TV host Gibbons
3 "...bombs bursting

4 Like some comfort-
ing manners
5 Mont Blanc, e.g.
6 Lift
7 Geometry class list
8 Serenade, perhaps
9 Fox's prey
10 Pilot
11 Naturally brewed
beverage
12 A lot of resistance
13 "The Feast of Saint
Nicholas" painter
14 Judah Ben-_
15 Give _ to: okay
16 Telescope?
17 Currently
18 Like a noted creed
19 Crotchety
24 Go downhill fast?
29 "If I Ruled the


World" rapper
32 Helped get healthy
34 Impulse
35 Short spinners?
38 Ballpark staples
41 Virginie-
Occidentale et al.
42 Close connections
43 "You can't be serious"
44 Blowout on the
court
45 First O, say
46 Fitting
47 No. under the year
on many tax forms
50 Diamond wearer in
"Copacabana"
51 With accuracy or
distance,a golf stat
52 Fox forensic drama
53 City SSE of Sana'a
54 Spanish ayes
56 In working order
57 "Rocky" catchphrase
58 Future adoptee,
perhaps
64 Jeans feature after
a barbed wire
encounter?
65 "Deathtrap" play-
wright
66 "You win"
69 Baltic Sea feeder
70 "The Banana Boat
Song" opening
71 Workers'rights agcy.
74 Rice preparation
77 Longtime collabo-
rator with Elton


79 Util. unit
80 You might do it
after hiring a lawyer
81 Marxism extremes?
85 "Wrong, comrade"
88 Three times daily,
on an Rx
91 Spends the night in
92 Evidence of egg
toss errors
93 Just right
94 Goes on stage
95 Business card no.
96 14-legged crus-
tacean
97 "The First Billion is
the Hardest"
author Pickens
98 Cotton Club site
99 Had a hunch
102 Regularly
103 "Sounder"Oscar
nominee
104 _-di-dah
106 Defense gp.
formed in Manila
107 Classic watch
108 See-thru wear?
110 Super Bowl at
which Tom Petty
performed
113 Two-season
"American Idol"
judge DioGuardi
116 See 27-Across
118 1989 World
Champion figure
skater
119 Web ID


Mariners Hospital infection-control nurse Molly Vlach
speaks with preschoolers at St.James the Fisherman's Day
Care Center in Islamorada about the importance of
washing their hands to prevent the spread of infection
and illness. As part of her talk, Vlach demonstrated proper
hand-washing and practiced with the kids.



OPE HUSE


591 Sombrero Beach Road, Marathon
This very well kept 2br/2.5bth
townhome exemplifies beauty &
spaciousness! Added st in Lvg Rm and
Gst BR make this unit ONE OF A KIND!
You'll love the open floor plan; & all the
windows let the sunlight pour in! The
unit offers soaring ceilings in the
upstairs bedrooms, and plenty of
closets for storage! The kitchen has a
glasstop range and SBS refrig with
water/ice for convenience. MUST SEE!


11050 Overseas Hwy.,
Marathon, FL 33050


Jamie Caudill
Broker/Associate
(305) 509-0859


Arline Lafferty Wallace
Previews Property Specialist
(305) 766-1453


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DUCK KEY Waterfront condo
1 BR, 1 BA, furnished, newly
remodeled. $1050/mo, annual.
Dock avail.
239-433-5867
ISLAMORADA
Studio apt available
now. $750 month.
Call Phil 305-393-6836
KEY COLONY BEACH - 1/1,
water &cable included. Nice
patio, W/D available.
$1000/mo. (305) 743-8691
KEY COLONY BEACH 2/1
1st FLOOR DUPLEX.
Dock, W/D, furn. All util + cable
inc. Pet nego. $1700 F/L/S.
Long term only. 973-907-6449
Key Largo 1 BD/1 BAApt.
MM 101, Ground level, Utilities
inc. $800 per mo. F/L/S, Avail.
now. 305-304-7368 or
305-453-1880
KEY LARGO MM98
BEAUTIFUL 2/1 apt. Fully
furnished, all appliances, C/A,
2nd fir. Water included.
$975/mo. 305-451-1853
LOWER MATECUMBE MM74
2 BR,1 BA apt. on canal, W/D.
Private beach! Dock avail.
$1100/mo, 2 month security
deposit. 1-305-898-2077
MARATHON 1/1 DUPLEX
574 99th St., Ocean. Unfurn,
very spacious! On canal w/40'
dockage. W/D. Avail June 30th.
$1200 mo. F/L/S 305-289-0802
MARATHON 1 & 2 BR, 43rd
St, Gulf. 1st floor rear & 2nd fir
apts. Partially furn. No pets.
$1000-$1200/mo, first & last.
(negotiable). 423-775-5731
MARATHON 1 BR
EFFICIENCY
Fully furn, W/D. All utilities incl.
$800/mo F/L/S. Must have
good ref. 305-743-6098
MARATHON 2/2 DUPLEX, on
canal. Newly remodeled. W/D,
storage, tiled. Lots of parking.
$1350/mo F/L/S. Avail Aug 1st.
(305) 684-0001
MARATHON 2 BR, 1 BA.
Tiled, W/D, yard. Pets possible.
$1000/mo F/L/S.
305-395-1117

MARATHON
Efficiency
Tiled floor, big yard. $600 +
util. 305-797-9132
MARATHON STUDIO APT
Furnished, with full kitchen,
water & electric included.
$850/mo F/L/S. Pets OK.
Available now. 305-743-0404

CAPLUL l RFED 743.61


Marathon Studio Apt w/full kit.
Yearly, cute, part furn, w/d, air,
priv. loc., off str pking. $950/mo
incl utls. Credit refs cked, F/L/S.
No pets. 609-425-7800
MM 99 OCEANSIDE,
LUXURY 2/2 WATERFRONT
APT. 2nd floor, boat dock,
$1650/mo incl all util.
305-942-3055
Port Largo, 1BR/1 BA,
downstairs w/canal view, furn.
or unfurn., no pets, no smoking,
$1100. incl. all util.
F/S 786-412-8096
TAVERNIER 2/1.5
Furnished condo for rent.
$1,250 with utilities. Newly
painted and new carpet. F/L/S
required. 305-496-6491
WATERFRONT VILLA. MM90
Bayside, 1/1 duplex, 26'
dockage. Coconut Palm Blvd.
Waterviews from BR& Fam.
room. Call Bob 305-797-8603
750
Vaetime Rentalu

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
VACATION PACKAGE
June 24- July 1 st, only $700 for
up to 4 people (1 BR & pull-out
couch) kitchen, pool, hot tub,
activity room. ON THE
BOARDWALK, next to Sands
& Trump hotels. 305-395-0213
OCEAN FRONT ESTATE,
Tavernier. 2 story, 4/4.5,
elevator, BBQ, pool,jacuzzi, Irg
game rm-pool-ping pong, dock
& fishing pier. 305-522-2460

790 * Business
Property fr Ret

MARATHON 1250ft. storage
area, with AC, has 1000 ft
showroom, 180 ft US 1
frontage. Ample parking,
loading dock. Reasonably
priced! Call John 522-0066 or
Kurt481-4838
MARATHON Comm building
2357 Overseas Hwy.
2,700 sq ft for $2,000/mo.
A MUST SEE.
Call to see 305-481-3198
Marathon Quaint retail office
commercial space for rent. 850
SF, highway frontage/visible.
(305) 923-3855
Office/Desk Space For Rent.
1000 sq ft. Terms negotiable for
right tenant. Marathon, US 1
frontage. 305-731-1183 or
305-731-9751

CMAL SL AFIEn 743-61


810
Homes for Sal.

Assumable Mortgage
MM103.3BD/2BA, CBS 1 yr.
old home in quiet nghbrhd.
Office, screened porch,
storage. Call 305-453-1070
Islamorada, 3BD/2.5BA
1352 SF Townhome, close to
schools. A 2008 affordable
housing property. Buyer must
meet income restrictions.
$122K. Jennifer 305-240-0101
Key Largo 3/2, yard, W/D, nice
porch. Contemporary updated.
$185K. Marie Pharel, Chateau
Genie Realty. 786-728-1627
kowosol�yahoo.com
812 * Mobile Henm.
for SSeb

GRASSY KEY
PELICAN RESORT
2/1, unfurn. Pool, dockage
available. Must sell! $4500.
Lot rent $575. 540-505-4380
Handyman's Special! 33'
trailer 1985. Pelican Park,
Grassy Key. Lot rent $575/mo.
Needs TLC. Nice park, great
neighbors $900! 305-393-9941

890 * Business
Property for Sale

ReOpen Marina -lac. MM113
Unique, 6000 SF bldg. w/6
rental units, Bar, Rest., Bait/
Tackle, w/views. 305-345-4830
SuzanWiese, RE Broker




1150
Power Boats


16' SILVER KING
90 H P 2008 Yamaha 4 stroke,
with trailer. $12,500.
305-393-0699


21' STARCRAFT 2003
MARINE DECK BOAT,
4 stroke, 150 hp, one owner,
garage kept, trailer.
$16,000 obo. (305) 785-4141
23' CLASSIC MAKO
Center console.
Ready for re power.
Many extras. 942-1686
26' Mako CC Twin 200hp
Yamaha, alum trl. Also 2 each:
GM 871 T.I., Allison 2:1, Twin
Disk Quick Shift 1.5:1. Best
offer takes it. 305-731-0052


31' TIARA 1986
Twin gas, many extras!
$24K.
(305)451-3332
2004 26FT. Twin Vee
Twin 115 Mercs. Ready to
go. New bottom paint. No
trailer. $14,500. Call Fred
754-235-5768.
Carolina Skiff Specialists All
sizes & models: Sea Chasers,
Bennington pontoons & Hydra-
sports. Call Ft. MyersforWest
Coast pricing! 800-955-7543
PROKAT 222 WA CABIN
Hard top, twin Yamahas. Twin
Axel Trailer. Kept on boat lift.
$26,900. 305-451-1566

1160
Sailboats

27' MORGAN SLOOP 1972
needs TLC, $2500.
25.5' IRWIN SLOOP 1973
15hp Honda, ready to go!
$3500. (305) 451-3332

1170* Outboard -
Inboard Engines

DETROIT 871 Natural 318 HP
w/transmission. Excellent
condition. $5000.
454 Mercruiser, 400 HP,
$2500. 305-360-6333
Evinrude Etec 75 hp 2005
550 hrs, underwarr. 50 hrs on
brand new factory powerhead.
Runs perfectly. 970-333-3474
noodmanoyahoo.com

1180
Dock RUiitals/Sale

BOAT SLIP FOR RENT MM99
Ocean side. $10 ft. Up to 40ft.
No liveaboard, Water &
Electric. (305) 942-3055
SUMMER MADNESS
SPECIAL
$400/mo plus tax and electric.
Dockside in Marathon.
305-743-0000

1190
Miiemallneous

1983 39#1, QSM11-660 h.p.
1300 hours, standard cabin,
good electronics, pilot, one
owner. $65,000. 904-262-2869
or 904-708-0893
2000 "B" Lobster certificates
with brand new traps.
$125 ea.
Call (305) 522-4796

CALL CASSIFIED7 T43-V1


1190
MiSCmllHeneou

AA Dave buys permits
So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark,
Sword, Tuna.
$$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869

ATTEN-io ." -
All types of permits for sale!!
Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S
Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf
6 Pack reef & pelagic,
Commercial Gulf Reef Fish,
Gulf Snapper IFQ's, Long Line
Pkg. Many other permits avail.
We buy, sell & broker all types
of permits. Call before you buy
or sell! Please call for prices.
Licensed & Bonded. All permits
guaranteed valid for transfer,
many ref's avail. John Potts Jr.
321-784-5982, 321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com


j- I oril LIr- 1
Two, electric, heavy duty,
excellent condition.
$900 each. (305) 785-4141


Liveaboard Docks Marathon,
covered deck area, pvt bath
house. Free W/D for residents.
12 mo'sforthe price of 10!
Checkwith us 1 st! 731-3386
Looking to buy or rent a
So. Atlantic Snapper/Grouper
permit. I am not a broker.
Please call 407-844-6883
Buscando permiso para south
atlantic snapper grouper para
comprar o rentar. Porfavor
Ilame al 3212289983. No soy
un revendedor.
MTHN-Marine Storage: boats,
trailers, campers, any clean
storage OK on wheels. Best
rates in town. Checkwith us
first! Call Emil, 731-3386

CAIL CLASSIFIED 7043-M61


Im


1350
Automobile


Paradise Towing
is buyingjunked cars.
Call (305) 731-6540
1973 MERCEDES 280
Red, hard top and convertible
top. 6 cylinder, new4 speed
transmission, new seats.
$4200 obo. 305-393-1358

1360 * Mopeds-
Motorcycles

KEYWAY MOTOR BIKE
500 miles, like new.
49 HP. $1500/obo.
305-587-3139


'89 3/4 ton Chevy Suburban.
Runs great, new brakes. $1589
OBO. Marathon 317-442-6831;
317-441-2700

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you've been

looking for.

Check the


Classifieds every
Wednesday and
Saturday
and

Sunday

on Sunday.


WASH YOUR HANDS


FOR SALE

Long time resident leaving Keys,
Selling (2) mint condition boats:

* 17' Action Craft backcountry skiff
* 25' Downeaster off shore center
console w/tower, 10' beam,

Call 305-852-2060


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