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In L'Attitudes
We've all had horrible bosses, so the film 'Horrible
Bosses' isn't that far from reality. Review, 5B


City wins lawsuit
The'Vandenberg'has long been scuttled.And
now, a shipyard's hope for more money from
it also sinks. Story, 6A


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A KEYS CASINO?



New Yorker key to gambling


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com
The owner of the only
pari-mutuel gambling permit
in the Florida Keys told the
Keynoter he's very interested
in putting it to use.
New Rochelle, N.Y., resi-
dent John Van Lindt bought
the greyhound racing permit
in 1991, shortly after state
officials shut down the Key
West Kennel Club on Stock
Island because of abusive
conditions. Richard Berenson


owned it.
Using the permit - which
is still valid - Van Lindt said
he ran an off-track betting
operation at the site for three
months after the Kennel Club
closed.
Now, with Monroe County
Commissioner George
Neugent floating the idea for
a casino at Florida Keys
Marathon Airport to raise
money for sewer construction
as well as create jobs, Van
Lindt and his two partners
could have a new opening.


Van Lindt holds only active permit
allowing pari-mutuels in Monroe


Neugent's plan has
received a lukewarm recep-
tion from the Marathon City
Council. Van Lindt is enthu-
siastic about the idea.
"Gambling is going on all
around us. If it's going on,
let's make it convenient so
the county and cities can
make money off it," Van
Lindt said.
Neugent said he's looking


for official public support from
the Marathon City Council
before bringing the idea before
the County Commission.
"I think it's really foolish
to move forward if they can't
at least give the support of
going out for a referendum
vote," said Neugent, who's
seeking a countywide non-
binding referendum to see
where the residents lie. "If


they don't think it bears
merit, I'll let it die."
Councilman Pete Worth-
ington said he's willing to
bring the idea up for a vote,
but that he's not discussed it
with Neugent.
"It might not have to get
done this Tuesday night, but I
don't have a problem putting
it on the agenda. My biggest
thing is before it goes too far,
I'd like to know if we can
support it. Do we have
enough hotel rooms and
vacation rentals in Marathon


to support that?" he said.
Councilman Mike Cinque
said he would support a voter
referendum on gaming in the
Keys but wants city and
county officials to discuss the
idea in a joint meeting.
"Maybe have a sit-down
and if we think there's
enough interest, put it on the
ballot. I have no problem
with gaming in the Florida
Keys in the right setting ...
[but] I don't see why we

* See Gambling, 3A


WELCOME SIGN ROLLS OUT


RECREATIONAL FISHING


Anglers lean


toward shark


harvest ban


Photo byANDYNEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAU
T.J. Hayes (left) and Jim McMullen of Eye Catchers Signs on Friday complete the installation of a new'Welcome to Key
Largo,The Florida Keys'sign in the median at mile marker 106.4.The initiative and funding came from the Key Largo
District Advisory Committee for the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. Motorists leaving the Keys will
read 'Leaving Key Largo ... Back to Reality.'


FWC considers
adding tigers
and hammerheads
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
Save the sharks, Florida
residents said at a series of
statewide workshops on pro-
tecting species of tiger and
hammerhead sharks.
"The whole 'Jaws' mentali-
ty about sharks definitely
seems to be a thing of the past,"
said biologist Aaron Podey of
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
The FWC held six ses-
sions - including a June 22
meeting in Key West - to
take comments on adding
tiger sharks and great ham-
merheads, smooth hammer-
heads and scalloped hammer-
heads to the list of sharks


prohibited to harvest in
Florida state waters.
About 22 shark species
already are on the list, with
lemon sharks added last year.
The overwhelming major-
ity of the speakers at all six
sessions support adding the
latest sharks to the list of the
protected, Podey said.
"There seems to be a gen-
eral change in how people
think about sharks," Podey
said, "at least judging by the
people who turned out at the
workshops."
The meetings drew a total
of fewer than 120 people, he
noted, but said written com-
ments received by the FWC
also heavily favor protecting
the big sharks from harvest.
"There is no good reason
to kill a big hammerhead or
tiger shark," Marathon char-
ter captain Buddy LaPointe
told the Keynoter.

*See Sharks, 3A


KEYS WEATHER


A welcome drenching in the


But deficits
of rainfall
are still huge
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
A tropical wave soaked
parts of the Lower Keys with
more than 3 inches of rain
over Thursday and Friday.
A reporting station on Big
Pine Key logged 3.09 inches
of rain in the 24-hour period
ending at 8 a.m. Friday, said
Matt Parke, a meteorologist
and data specialist with the
National Weather Service in
Key West.
Rain stations on Big
Coppitt Key and in the
Marathon area reported
around 1.5 inches in the
same period.
The Islamorada fire station
measured more than an inch
of rain, while weather stations


Photo by BARBARA RAMS,
When this week's rains came, Barbara Ramsay's pin
flamingo was ready with its rain gear. She and th
flamingo live in Marathon.


Keys
on Key Largo and Long Key
each reported a few hun-
dredths less than an inch.
Two weather stations in
Key West reported about a
quarter-inch to a just under a
half-inch of rain by Friday
morning.
"Most of the wave has
moved on to Central Florida
but we could still get some
rain over the weekend,"
Parke said, noting forecasts
of about 30 percent change of
rain over today and Sunday.
Even with the rainfall -
Miami Beach reported 2.55
inches - South Florida still
has a long way to go to erase
the effects of an abnormally
dry spell, weather experts say.
As of Wednesday,
Marathon had endured the
driest start to a calendar year
on record. From Jan. 1 to
AY July 5, 5.83 inches of rain
was measured at Florida
nk Keys Marathon Airport.
Se
*See Rain, 3A


MARATHON ELECTION 2011


Incumbents


on the ballot


Cinque, Keating
gather enough
voter petitions
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon city councilmen
Mike Cinque and Richard
Keating might not be spend-
ing much time on the cam-
paign trail this year.
The incumbent council
members were the only can-
didates to submit the neces-
sary 60 petitions to the
Monroe County Supervisor
of Elections Office by
Tuesday's deadline to get on
the November ballot.
If anyone plans to jump in
the race before the Aug. 9
candidate qualifying dead-


line, it'll mean paying a $720
filing fee. Official qualifying
runs from noon on Aug. 2
until noon Aug. 9.
Cinque said he hasn't
heard of anyone planning to
enter the race for the two
open council seats and
admits petition gathering is
"the frugal thing to do."
"I would have thought if
anyone was planning on run-
ning, they would have done it
that way," he said.
But Cinque also said he's
not counting on there not
being an election, but said he
hopes residents are happy
with the city's progress since
incorporating in 1999.
"We have a really good
council and I think the city is
doing OK. We've been able


SSee Election, 3A


Marijuana bust
A Middle Keys traffic stop
ends up with the driver
heading to jail for possession
f with intent to sell. Story, 2A


Keys Sunday
Snorkel into history
at Molasses Reef, and
our readers share
their latest images
of the Keys.


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2A Saturday, July 9,2011


NEWS BRIEFS

Key West man wins
$1 million lottery

Louis Paez, 45, of
Key West on Friday
claimed a $1 million
prize in the Color the
Money scratch-off game
at Florida Lottery head-
quarters in Tallahassee.


Paez
$700,000


chose


MIDDLE KEYS


Traffic stop leads


to big pot arrest


Deputy knew
driver's license
was suspended


one-time, Kevnoter Staff


lump-sum payment
option for his winnings.
He purchased his win-
ning ticket at Fausto's
Food Palace, 1105
White St. in Key West.
The $10 scratch-off
game launched on
March 8 (it's still ongo-
ing) and includes more
than $37 million in total
prizes. The overall odds
of winning something
are one in 3.38.


KEYS WEATHER


A deputy sheriff familiar
with a criminal suspect's
background helped weed out
6.25 ounces of marijuana,
the Monroe County Sheriff's
Office says.
When arrested at 55th
Street in Marathon around 2
a.m. Thursday, Duviel
Gonzalez, 30, was hit with
several charges - felony
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell; felony


ELECTION 2011


driving with a suspended
license; and misdemeanor
counts of pot possession,
driving with an expired
license, possession of drug
equipment and possession of
prescription drugs without a
prescription.
Deputy Becky Herrin
says Deputy Nicholis
Whiteman was patrolling
just before 2 a.m. on
Aviation Boulevard when he
spotted a white Lincoln. He
could see the driver,
Gonzalez, and knew from
previous contacts that
Gonzalez had a suspended
driver's license. So he called
for backup and Deputy
Nicholas Abroe responded,


and they pulled Gonzalez
over at 55th Street and
arrested him on the suspend-
ed-license charge.
During the stop, Herrin
says, Whiteman smelled pot
coming from the car, then
saw a pot pipe and marijua-
na cigar in the ash tray,
along with a prescription
bottle containing 800-mil-
ligram tablets of Ibuprofen;
the prescription wasn't in
Gonzalez' name.
The deputies searched
the car and found the 6.25
ounces of marijuana in the
trunk. So he was hit with the
extra charges and on Friday
remained in the county jail
on $89,000 bond.


Deputy Nicholis Whiteman shows the marijuana reportedly
found in Gonzalez's car.


PREDICTED TEMPERATURES


Mayoral race grows to four hopefuls


DAY
SAT.
SUN.
MON.
TUES.


HIGH
91
92
92
92


LOW
82
82
82
82


Forecast: Expect partly
cloudy skies with a chance
of showers and thunder-
storms.

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. There currently
are no beaches with health
advisories against swim-
ming.

GETTING IT STRAIGHT

Due to a reporting error,
the name of the contractor
building Florida Keys
Community College's dorm
was incorrect in Wednes-
day's edition. It's Sicon
Construction, based in
Deerfield Beach with an
office in Orlando.

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By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Key West voters now
have four mayoral candidates
from which to choose with
the addition of Margaret
Romero, a native Conch and
active civic watchdog.
Romero, a constant pres-
ence at Key West City
Commission and Monroe
County School Board meet-
ings, said she's ready to
assume a leadership role in
local government.
"I felt I could be more
contributory to the govern-
ment and the community by
not just having three minutes
at the podium but by actually
sitting at the dais and being a
part of the discussion and
part of the vote," she said in
declaring her candidacy.
Romero, 60, will face


incumbent
Ma yor
S Craig Cates
and Carrie
Noda, both
of whom
filed with
the City
ROMERO Clerk's
ROMERO Office offi-
cial paperwork to run; and
Sloan Bashinsky, who has
announced his intent to run
but has yet to file papers.
Many consider Romero
the most credible challenger
to Cates to date.
"I thought she has been
getting so involved in com-
mission issues that I thought
she was going to run for a
commission seat," Cates said
via e-mail from his Bahamas
vacation. "I'm surprised she
is running for mayor. As I
have always said, I will run


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my race on the issues and my
record and let the voters
decide whether they approve
of my job so far or not."
Romero gave a laundry list
of issues she'd like to address,
including the height of Horace
O'Bryant Middle School,
development at the Truman
Waterfront, reconstruction of
North Roosevelt Boulevard
and the possible widening of


the shipping channel into Key
West Harbor.
"I look at an issue and I
say, 'Why, how, what are the
ramifications, what are the
benefits, is there another way
to do it?' Then I come up
with the best objective deci-
sion that's based on common
sense and logic."
Romero said she honed
those skills during her career


with IBM working as an
executive consultant special-
izing in organizational
change management and
business strategy.
The citywide election is
scheduled for Oct. 4 with a
runoff, if needed, set for
Nov. 8. The candidate quali-
fying period runs from noon
Aug. 15 to noon Aug. 19.


KEY WEST


Come Sunday, it's cheers at breakfast


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com


Come Sunday morning,
customers looking for a seat
at the Blue Heaven restau-
rant in Key West can get a
little relief from the tedium
of waiting in line.
"Blue Heaven will start
serving bloody Marys on
Sunday morning," owner
Richard Hatch said Friday.
"It'll help with the wait."
Blue Heaven and every
other restaurant and conven-
ience and grocery store in
the Southernmost City can
now sell booze starting at 7
a.m. Sunday, instead of the
previous noon, now that the
City Commission has codi-
fied a change to city law
allowing such sales.
The other six days of the
week, restaurateurs were
already allowed to serve
from 7 a.m. to 4 a.m. The
amended law brings
Sunday in line with the


other six days of the week,
and in line with unincorpo-
rated Monroe County.
The change came
Tuesday, when four mem-
bers of the City Commission
voted to allow the earlier
hours.
Commissioners Jimmy
Weekley and Mark Rossi
recused themselves because
they own businesses that sell
alcohol. Mayor Craig Cates,
the ordinance sponsor, was
out of town when the vote
was taken.
Cates, on a month-long
boating trip in the Bahamas,
had requested the vote be
postponed until he returns in
August, but his fellow com-
missioners didn't see the
need.
"I was surprised to hear
they voted on it when I asked
them to wait," Cates told the
Keynoter via e-mail, hill ilc,.
must have been confident it
would pass. I don't think there
was any opposition."


Commissioner Barry
Gibson moved for approval,
saying, "I don't think the
mayor will be upset; that's
one less thing we'll have to
deal with." Commissioner
Billy Wardlow seconded it,
and the vote passed.
Blue Heaven, like other
Key West restaurants, is
known for its robust week-
end breakfast business.
Hatch said he sees no down
side from allowing earlier
Sunday sales.
Of the previous law, he
said, "We definitely got
some questions" from visi-
tors assuming they could
drink with their Sunday
breakfast. "Frequently
there's an initial surprise but
people seem to understand."
Cates and his wife Cheryl
are in the Warderick Wells,
part of the Exuma Cays; he
said they've traveled around
425 miles since leaving Key
West at the beginning of the
month.


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FROST
Renita Michelle Frostwas
granted her angel wings at
12:55 p.m. on Thursday, June
30, 2011 in Louisville, KY, eight
days before her 52nd birthday.
Her final days were spent
surrounded by love and family
i., i.r r.,.l. She was fortunate
to have the opportunity to say
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Renitas life would seem too
short to many, but those who
were touched by her,
existence far exceeds the
". 31-1ii1 , .-.I hi'1 'in which one
ii. ,, and she lived her life in
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such courage and hope and
reminded us of how truly
precious life really is.
A pirate at heart, she was
reunited with the love of her life,
Ron Frost and survived by her
beloved son Michael Allen,
mother and step-father Jo and
Ken Morris, father Robert Allen,
sisters Danette Ervin and Dena
Minor, and brother Ryan
Morris. Brothers-in-law Tony
Ervin and Danny Minor, sister-
in-law Shelly Morris, nephew
Kyle Broughton, nieces Kylee
Minor and Rhianna Morris and
many friends throughout
Florida, primarily in Marathon.
Renita's wishes were to be
cremated with a Celebration of
Life in her honor to be hosted at
the American Legion in
Marathon, FL on Saturday,
September 10 with herfinal
resting place at sea.
In Renita's own words, "I'm
soaring with the Eagles now.
Just look up".
In our own words, "God has you
in his hands, we have you in our
hearts".


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Key West residents have
their first opportunity next
week to hear from experts
and offer their input on
potentially widening the
shipping channel into Key
West Harbor, allowing for
larger cruise ships to visit the
Southernmost City.
In November, the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers
released what's called a


reconnaissance study that
deemed the widening eco-
nomically viable and set the
price tag at $35 million.
City Manager Jim Scholl
told the Keynorer the next step
is to get the pulse of the resi-
dents and decide whether to
move forward on a feasibility
study to determine the neces-
sary permitting process and
analyze potential environmen-
tal and economic impacts.
On Wednesday, technical
experts from the Army
Corps, staff from the Florida
Keys National Marine
Sanctuary and the Key West
City Commission will sit
down at a workshop to hear
details of the project, solicit
resident input and discuss
their options. That's sched-
uled to start at 6 p.m. in Old
City Hall on Greene Street.
"It's just a presentation
and discussion," Scholl said.
"The commission will hear
about all the aspects of the


channel-widening project
and what the true impact of
that proposal will be for Key
West being a port of call for
the cruise-ship industry. And
really whether or not the
commission will want to
support the next step."
Scholl said a feasibility
study would cost about $5.5
million, half of which has to
come through a four-year
federal appropriation and the
other half, $2.75 million,
from non-federal dollars.
"That could be state dol-
lars, cruise-industry dollars,
the city government, what-
ever. We would work with
the state of Florida and the
Florida Ports Council, the
cruise-ship industry and any
of the other potential benefi-
ciaries to say, 'Hey, we need
to have funding appropriated
that'll support this study.'"
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Saturday, July 9, 2011 3A


MARATHON


Zip-line cost firming up


Construction
could start
in November
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Crane Point Hammock
Executive Director Audrey
Moir says she'll unveil
expanded plans for a zip-line
course at the nonprofit nature
center at Tuesday's
Marathon City Council
meeting.
Once estimated at
between $200,000 to $1.5
million to build, Moir said
she expects the project to
cost "a little over $1 million
between hard and soft costs."
That includes building the


course as well as permitting,
legal fees, accounting and
other professional services.
Zip lines are basically
cables strung from platform
to platform. Riders attached
to them move to each plat-
form through a pulley sys-
tem. Courses are popular in
the Caribbean, Hawaii and
other tourist destinations
around the globe.
"It's going to be just awe-
some. We hoped it would be
up and running some time in
December, but we're still
looking at the latter part of
the first quarter of 2012,"
Moir said.
Moir said the project has
been in the works for two
years and will be a financial
boon to the struggling non-
profit and an asset to the


community as a whole.
"It's a struggle.
Memberships, donations and
events just don't cover the
cost at Crane Point. It's
going to keep Crane Point
solid and generate money so
they can do other things,"
she said, pointing to expand-
ed education programs,
maintenance and building
dorms for student groups as
possibilities.
Moir said she's planning
for construction on the
course to begin by
November and it's estimated
Crane Point will need
between 22 and 29 full-time
employees to work the
course and gift shop, and
take photographs.
She said the course is still
planned to have six to eight


zip lines and three or four
bridges built using existing
utility poles in the hammock.
No lines would be fixed to
trees and platforms would
include educational informa-
tion about plant and animal
species at the hammock.
Moir said expanded plans
include incorporating the
historic Adderley, Cracker
and Crane houses on the 64-
acre property.
"We're going to introduce
more educational aspects.
We want it to be an educa-
tional, thing as well," she
said.
The City Council meeting
is scheduled to begin at 5:30
p.m. Tuesday at the
Marathon Government
Center.


FWC: Most support extended harvest ban


From Sharks,1A

"It sickens me and many
other professional guides to
see a big shark brought in and
hung up for photos, just to be
unceremoniously dragged out
and dumped at sea," LaPointe
said. "Today's catch-and-
release ethic among profes-
sional fishermen just has no
place for killing big sharks
just for a photo."
It has not always been this
way, LaPointe acknowl-
edged. "I did my share of
shark killing back in the
1970s, during the 'Jaws'
craze," he said.
"It was easier to get
booked for the following day
if you hung a shark up behind
your boat," LaPointe said.
"We shouldn't have been
killing [sailfish or sharks]
back then, but that was the
norm for much of the charter-
fishing industry at that time."
Among the 70 people
who attended the Dania
workshop, high-school stu-
dent Sara Brenes presented a
150-signature petition from
the Shark Whisperer organi-
zation she founded to support
the harvest ban on tiger
sharks and hammerheads.
Members of the Shark
Saver organization pointed to
rapid declines in populations
of the slow-breeding big
sharks, and noted that several
studies indicate overfishing of
big sharks appears to be affect-


Hammerhead sharks are beautiful creates - but you wouldn't want to be in the water
with them.


ing reef ecosystems and the
survival of the coral reef itself.
"We must start now to
value and manage sharks as
keystone species of Florida's
greatest economic asset, our
marine coastal ecosystem,"
Shark Savers biologist
Samantha Whitcraft said.
Shark fishermen opposed
to additional harvest bans
turned out at the Sarasota
meeting, Podey said.
"One supported protect-
ing the hammerheads but not
tigers, since tigers often may
not survive a release," Podey
said.


Anglers also were asked
about a possible ban on
chumming from shore to
attract sharks, or requiring
the use of circle hooks.
Response on those two
issues was more mixed.
Using chum to lure sharks
into nearshore waters threat-
ens beachgoers, some speak-
ers contended. Others con-
tended there is no research
evidence to indicate the prac-
tice has ever harmed anyone.
"The circle-hook discus-
sion has been interesting
because different people
have different experiences


with the gear," Podey said.
"It depends a lot on the
angler. One person said he
loves circle hooks to fish for
sharks but worried creating a
new regulation would harm
the cause more than help."
Information from the
workshops will be included in
a series of rule alternatives
discussed by FWC staff in the
coming weeks, Podey said.
A recommended alter-
ative could be released by
mid-August, with the issue
reaching the FWC board at
its September meeting in
Naples.


Rains welcome, but drought persists


From Rain, 1 A

That is more than 12 inches
below the average rainfall for
the period, and nearly 2 inch-
es lower than the previous
dry spell in 1982. Marathon
rain records go back to 1982.
In Key West - where
rainfall records date to 1871
- the city was undergoing


the third-driest start to the
year, reported meteorologist
Ben Nelson of the National
Weather Service. As of
Wednesday, Key West had
seen 5.1 inches of rain, more
than 11 inches below normal.
The driest start to the year
in Key West occurred in 1927,
when just 2.7 inches of rain
fall during the first six months.


Two make ballot


From Election, 1A

to keep [taxes] down and
we'll see what happens
with the election," he said.
Cinque, seeking his
third term, gave City
Manager Roger Hemstadt a
portion of the credit for the
city's good standing. "I'm
real happy with Roger. He
caught onto small-town
politics real quick. He
knows his way around con-
tracts," he said.
Hemstadt received high
marks last month from the
council in his second
review since being hired in
January 2010 from a
Miami-Dade County man-
agement job. He's entering
the second year of a three-
year agreement.
Keating, who's complet-
ing his first term on the
dais, said he was surprised
no one else has entered the
race so far. In Marathon,
voting is at large, meaning
the top two vote-getters this
time around are elected.
"I thought there were
some people interested and
they may still go," he said.
Keating agreed with
Cinque that the city is in a
good place, but said there's
"work left to do."
"I think we're doing a
lot of things right, but I'm
not satisfied where we are


yet," he said.
Cinque's issues during a
third term would be seeing
the city's central sewer sys-
tem finished, acquiring Boot
Key as an eco-park and beau-
tifying the U.S. 1 corridor.
Keating has said he
wants to see the city com-
plete sewers and a new fire
station on Grassy Key, and
have the city take more
measures to help businesses
in the struggling economy.
Cinque led all candidates
with 862 votes in 2009,
while Keating came in sec-
ond at 788. Don Vasil, John
Bartus, "Bicycle" Joannie
Nelson and Kevin Kenney
rounded out the field.


"Beneficial rains are
expected throughout the
island chain during the next
few days," Nelson reported
Wednesday. "An extended
dry period similar to what
occurred in June appears
unlikely at this time."
South Florida conditions
are expected to shift to a
more regular summer rainfall


pattern after the tropical
wave moves.
Average depth in Lake
Okeechobee, South Florida's
emergency water reservoir,
has risen in recent days to
9.85 feet, but that remains
more than 3 feet below nor-
mal for July, the South
Florida Water Management
District reported.


Pari-mutuels on table


From Gambling, 1A

should lead on a county ini-
tiative," he said.
Pari-mutuel wagering is
the easiest way to bring gam-
bling to the Keys.
In Florida, pari-mutuel
betting parlors can have
horse racing, greyhound rac-
ing, jai alai and poker games.
Slot machines at pari-
mutuels are authorized in
Broward and Miami-Dade
counties, which required a
voter referendum.
\\ i.i our plans were and
are would be to try to operate
an [off-track betting opera-
tion] along with a card room
operation in the Keys in


some location," Van Lindt
said. "Current law mandates
you're supposed to stay
within 30 miles [of where the
permit is held], but there
have been a number of
exceptions made over the
years as long as you stay in
the county." Marathon is
more than 30 miles from
Stock Island.
Van Lindt said the price
of real estate and a lack of
return on investment mean
live racing is "not going to
happen anywhere in the
Keys." He said his would be
a small-scale operation ilil.
would have some economic
benefit to whatever commu-
nity we go into."


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Ten property owners are
all that's standing between
Circuit Court Judge David
Audlin and a decision on the
legality of commercial elec-
tricity on No Name Key.
The decades long battle
over electrifying the off-the-
grid island apparently
reached a head in March,
when Lower Keys utility
Keys Energy Services
planned to finalize a deal
with the No Name Key
Homeowners Association to
run commercial lines to and
through the island.
Owners were going to
foot the $650,000 bill, but
Monroe County officials
raised concerns over the
county's obligation to issue
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mally served by the
Sheriff's Office before the
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Keys Energy responded
to the county's filing on
April 7, basically stipulating
all the facts but also contend-
ing it doesn't need permits.
"We're waiting as every-
one else is to see what hap-
pens. The ball is out of our
court and it's in the legal sys-
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EDITORIAL


Opinion & Editorial



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Postal Service

past its prime

The losses continue to mount as
e-mail, Facebook, Twitter thrive

Unless Congress acts quickly, the U.S. Postal
Service could go the way of Fannie Mae and Freddie
Mac. It may need a massive federal bailout that the
taxpayers neither want nor can afford.
That's what several members of Congress, all
sponsoring postal reform bills, are saying. And they
have a point. The service ran a deficit of more than
$8 billion last year, and this year is expected to be no
better.
It cannot keep running huge deficits for long with-
out either getting a big infusion of federal money or
going out of business.
The service's problem is that it uses an archaic
tcC.lmi 1.I.-' >y that some day no longer will be needed.
The figures speak for illeii c, In 2000, 80 per-
cent of household bills were paid by traditional mail.
But the number paying electronically has quadrupled
since then.
Some day, sooner than some may think, only a few
people will use the mail for paying their bills.
And of course, most people already use e-mail -
or Facebook or Twitter - for personal correspon-
dence. It's free, and the message gets there immedi-
ately. Friends can correspond back and forth several
times in the time that it takes for a single piece of tra-
ditional mail to arrive at its destination.
Why not privatize the Postal Service? Sell it. Give
it away. If necessary, pay somebody to take it. A truly
private board could make decisions based on effi-
ciency without interference from politicians who
pander for votes in a way that runs up the service's
deficits.
They might keep the service solvent until some-
time in the future when it really no longer is needed.

-Florida Times-Union


Good news for

Everglades restoration

At a time when the South Florida Water
Management District - the lead agency in
Everglades restoration - has had its budget stripped
by $30 million and employees laid off, some good
news for the River of Grass from Washington, D.C.
As stated in a news story below this editorial, the
U.S. House committee that overseas the Department
of the Interior has given initial approval to fund 5.5
miles of bridges on the Tamiami Trail, which would
get rid of the pavement now there and open up the
natural water flow.
It's early in the process to get the money - some
$300 million - but just the fact that both
Republicans and Democrats on that panel agree
Everglades restoration is a priority shows that,
despite the state cuts, the will is there on the nation-
al level to restore this wonderful wilderness to how
nature intended it.



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Lessons from Anthony case?
We all think she did, feel in our gut
that she did, could swear on our lives that
Casey Anthony killed her little 2-year-old
daughter Caylee. It's the same feeling we
have about O.J. Simpson slashing his
wife's throat along with her suitor's.
But with our compromised jury selec-
tion procedure these days, whose original
intent was to assure the defendant would
be tried before a jury of his or her peers,
we've now got a jurisprudence system
where juries are not culled from the
membership of Mensa but rather are pur-
posely chosen and hence composed of
the most stupid, gullible, bleeding hearts
on the face of this Earth. Peers? Forget it.
That defense attorney wants jurors who
will acquit.
That said, this will not be the final
high-profile case to end in acquittal in our
country. But if the purpose of our incar-
ceration program is not only to protect
the public from repeated crime by said
criminal but also to rehabilitate that crim-
inal so that upon release from incarcera-
tion he or she will never want to commit
the same or similar crime again, then we
have fairly accomplished this goal with
Casey Anthony and many, many others.


I know there are people who believe
that Casey and O.J. and others like them
will be punished in the afterlife - by
God, by Lucifer, whatever. That's all a
matter of faith, which I don't particularly
share. But if that helps people deal with
the injustices within our system of
jurisprudence, so be it.
Reminds me of that Joran van der
Sloot, the kid in Aruba who was suspect-
ed in the Natalee Holloway disappear-
ance. He was never found guilty, there
was an absence of evidence, no direct
witnesses, no burning candle, no smok-
ing gun. But he was followed and noted,
and now is rotting in a Peruvian prison
for the alleged murder of Stephany Flores
Ramirez.
Casey Anthony, were she halfway
intelligent, will lead an exemplary life
from this point. But even then, she will
never lose her notoriety, people taking
photos of her with their cell phones, peo-
ple making crying-baby noises, people
asking her how she did it, or even heck-
ling her by walking behind her on the
street or in a supermarket saying in a
baby's voice, "No mommy, no. Please
don't use the duct tape."
Heck, she may commit suicide before


her 50th birthday. Ya never know.
Ted Cudnick
Key Largo

No more sweetheart deals
In regard to the proposed casino at
Florida Keys Marathon Airport, I have a
few questions I would like answered
before I vote yea or nay on this:
* Who would run this casino?
* Who would build this casino?
* How much would the land be rented
for?
* Would there be increases in the rent?
If so, how much would the rent increases
be? And how often would the rent be
raised?
* What percentage of the income of
the casino would be paid to the county?
And would that be gross or net income?
* Who would pay to build this casino?
* How large would this casino be?
* Would a hotel be part of the casino?
If so, how many rooms? And what percent-
age of the rent of these rooms would go to
the county? Or would these be condos?
In other words, I am not going to vote
for another sweetheart deal.
Archie Miller
Key West


CELEBRATING OUR PAST


School District is inept
I am writing because I can no longer
take or accept the Monroe County
School District administration's incom-
petence.
The School Board is trying to justify
its management team's ineptness and
ineffectiveness by first going after the
cafeteria workers and now custodians
and maintenance workers as their scape-
goat rather than facing the real problem
and eliminating their waste by firing
those responsible for costing taxpayers
$550,000 in teacher payouts. Why does
the board not ask those responsible for
their misinterpretation of the teacher
contracts to pony up the money?
It's always easier to attack the lower-
paid employees rather than be leaders
and have backbones. Luckily, former


Superintendent Joseph Burke has left
Monroe County but not before advocat-
ing for jobs to be outsourced and leaving
Monroe County schools in the hands of
interim Superintendent Jesus Jara.
Judy Parker-Michaels
Arcadia

What a great Fourth
After living in Marathon for going on
13 years, I finally had a Fourth of July off
to enjoy the festivities at Sombrero
Beach. What wonderful job everyone
involved did to make it so special. Richie
Moretti's turtle rescue was great, as was
everything else.
I went twice, once in the morning to
see the parade and wave the flag I'm so
proud to live under, and back again to see
the fireworks. In the morning, I drove and


Then-Gov. Bob Graham works road
construction on Feb.6,1981,on the
Boca Chica Bridge leading into
Key West. One of the hallmarks of
Graham's political career, from state
legislator to governor and then
U.S. senator, was spending full
eight-hour work days in a 'regular'
job to connect with the constituents
(it started out as a campaign tactic).
His first work day was as a teacher in
Miami-Dade County in 1974. His last
one - his 405th - was as an
instructor at the University of Miami
in 2004. In the Keys, he also worked
as a cosmetics manufacturer, park
ranger, lobsterman, dive-boat
operator, marine scientist, Coast
Guardsman and intelligence officer.
Photo byANDYNEWMAN

was lucky enough to have a friend near-
by at whose house I could park to walk
down. At night, before the fireworks
(which were awesome), I chose to call
Dave's Taxi so as not to deal with traffic
and parking. They picked me up on both
sides of the trip and took very good care
of me.
On my walk back to meet my taxi, I
tried to help a couple of people get out of
their parking spaces, with their kids
mostly. Most people were very gracious
(it could be them stuck there with no one
to help), as the line of traffic, timewise,
would not change by one extra car.
Thank you, Marathon, and the powers
that be. It was a fabulous Fourth of July
celebration, and one I would be mostly
proud to share with anyone.
Deloris Lorenzo
Marathon


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EVERGLADES RESTORATION


Key hurdle is passed


for Tamiami Trail work


Bridges plan
passes major
House panel
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
Amid a sea of gloomy
economic news, a congres-
sional budget panel this
week backed a major envi-
ronmental project seen as
critical to Florida Bay.
A step toward authoriz-
ing construction of 5.5
miles of additional bridges
for the Tamiami Trail to
increase Everglades water
flow was approved
Thursday by the U.S.
House of Representatives'
subcommittee on appropri-
ations for the U.S.


Department of the Interior.
"This is some of the best
news we've heard on
Everglades restoration in
months," said Kirk
Fordham, chief executive
of the Everglades
Foundation.
The vote does not
appropriate spending for
the additional bridges on
U.S. 41 - estimated to
cost more than $300 mil-
lion - but essentially
acknowledges that the proj-
ect should remain in the
funding pipeline because of
its environmental benefits.
"It's a big first step in a
process that could take a
couple years," Fordham
said. "But it is a big deal to
get a project of this magni-
tude authorized in the cur-
rent economic environ-
ment.


"It shows a that the
Obama administration and
a Republican-controlled
branch of Congress still
consider Everglades
restoration a top priority,"
he said.
A one-mile bridge to
begin restoring freshwater
flow to Everglades
National Park and Florida
Bay started in December
2009, and is expected to be
finished in the spring of
2013.
Conservationists gener-
ally consider it unlikely
that single one-mile span
can provide enough water
flow to achieve the restora-
tion goals.
Everglades National
Park and Interior Secretary
Ken Salazar have declared
the additional 5.5 miles of
bridging necessary.


If eventually approved,
the additional bridges have
the potential to create hun-
dreds of jobs in South
Florida, officials noted.
"This also would benefit
key industries in tourism
that literally employ hun-
dreds of thousands of South
Floridians," Fordham said.
The road now known as
the Tamiami Trail was
completed in 1928 to link
Miami with Tampa. An
unintended effect was that
it created a dam that blocks
the natural sheet flow of
fresh water through the
Everglades and into Florida
Bay.
"The biggest problem in
Florida Bay right now is
the hypersaline water qual-
ity that is dramatically hurt-
ing our fisheries," Fordham
said.


GOODY! GOODY GOING HOME


Staff with the Turtle Hospital in Marathon plans to release
Goody, a loggerhead sea turtle, Sunday at 10 a.m.from Anne's
Beach at mile marker 73 oceanside. Goody was rescued about
eight miles south of Tavernier Creek on May 28 when two
fishermen found him floating and unable to dive.Turns out he
had some kind of infection. Goody will be the seventh sea
turtle released by the Turtle Hospital since May 25.






Saturday, July 9, 2011 5A


BANKING


TIB becoming Capital


Systems switch
this weekend;
new signs later
Keynoter Staff

TIB Bank completes its
conversion to Capital Bank
this weekend.
In the meantime, cus-
tomers won't have access to
online banking, online bill
pay and telephone banking,
according to a booklet distrib-
uted to customers and also
available on TIB's website.
Periodic ATM and debit
card outages are possible, but
not planned, the bank says.
Full online and telephone
banking access should be
restored by 8 a.m. Monday,
the bank says.
Keys residents won't see a
change in signage until later
in the month, bank officials
say.


The bank's new name
comes from North Carolina-
based Capital Bank, one of
several recent acquisitions by
North American Financial
Holdings Inc., which bought
a majority stake in Naples-
based TIB Financial last fall.
The merger brings togeth-
er 80 branches and about $5
billion in assets.
Also adopting the Capital
Bank name and common sys-
tems are the former First
National Bank of the South in
South Carolina and
MetroBank and Turnberry
Bank in South Florida.
North American Financial
Holdings was formed in 2009
by a group of banking veter-
ans led by Chief Executive
Officer Gene Taylor, a former
Bank of America executive.
Armed with $900 million
in investor cash, NAFH set its
sights on building a strong
regional bank by snapping up
smaller institutions.


Shortly after announcing
its intent to invest $175 mil-
lion in TIB Financial, NAFH
formed NAFH National Bank
in Miami and struck a deal
with the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. to buy three
failed banks - MetroBank of
Dade County, Aventura-based
Turnberry Bank and
Spartanburg, S.C-based Bank
of the South.
It then purchased a major-
ity stake in Capital Bank's
parent company and decided
to adopt that bank's name
across the company.
NAFH is in the process of
buying a majority stake in
Tennessee-based Green
Bankshares. If that deal goes
through, it would add 60
branches and about $2.6 bil-
lion in assets to Capital Bank.
The holding company has
also announced plans for an
initial public offering, the
proceeds of which would go
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DEVELOPMENT


Financing key to future


of large bayfront parcel


Developer plans
hotel or RV park
in Key Largo
By DAVID GOODHUE
dgoodhue@keysreporter.com
Construction equipment
and vehicles that have occu-
pied the vacant bayfront lot at
mile marker 99 for almost
two years will soon be gone,
replaced by a luxury hotel or
an RV campground, the site's
developer said this week.
Jim Saunders, a partner in
development company
Northstar Resort Enterprises
Corp., said Northstar has
plans to build a 138-unit lux-
ury hotel on the site. The
Kimpton Hotel chain would
run the resort, Saunders said.
He said Northstar is in a
60-day approval period for a
$38 million loan to begin
construction of the hotel.
Saunders said that decision
should be made by next
month.
If that loan is rejected,
Saunders said Northstar will
build a campground for large
recreational vehicles and
campers. That plan calls for
multiple 30-by-60-foot drive-


through lots.
The property has been
connected to the Key Largo
Wastewater Treatment
District's sewer system, and
Saunders said it can serve a
hotel or campground.
Construction equipment
and trucks now on the site
belong to companies working
on other wastewater projects.
That equipment will be gone
in the coming weeks,
Saunders said.
Whichever project gets
built, Saunders said it will
include a 50,000-square-foot
beach and a 16-slip marina.
The Kimpton Hotel proj-
ect has been in the making
since 2002, before it fell vic-
tim to the recession and
housing bust. But Saunders
said he and his partners see a
changing attitude in banks'
willingness to lend money
for large projects.
"The hotel financing
became unobtainable in 2008
due to the downturn in the
economy. This is the first
time in three years that
lenders are again looking at
high-end resort hotel proj-
ects," Saunders said.
The developers originally
planned a 38-unit resort.


Monroe County approved the
plan in 2003. Several groups
appealed the approval, but it
was affirmed by a judge in
November 2004.
Northstar then submitted
its plan for the 138-unit hotel,
based on building rights from
12 former motel units on the
site, plus 126 building rights
transferred from the former
Florida Keys RV Resort at
mile marker 106 oceanside.
The transfer was contin-
gent on a "workforce hous-
ing" project being built on the
11-acre RV site. Construction
on that project broke ground
this week, Saunders said.
Saunders is also a princi-
pal of Keys Lake Villas LLC,
which is building the $23 mil-
lion, 110-unit housing proj-
ect. It will be finished this
year or by the beginning of
2012, Saunders said. The
project will have duplexes
and triplexes with two to
three bedrooms per unit.
Renters will pay about
$1,200 for a two-bedroom,
one-bathroom unit, and about
$2,200 a month for a three-
bedroom, two-and-a-half
bathroom unit. Saunders said
rent may be tied to family size.


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Tel: 852-4515
MARATHON

Tel: 743-5855

Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:30
Sunday Noon - 5:30


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


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Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PM



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 Highway at 89th Street
Marathon, FL * MM 51.5
Staffed Children's Sunday School & Nursery
Sunday Services
9 a.m. Contemporary. 11 a.m. Traditional
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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TAVERNIER


KEY COLONY BEACH


Mom rescu

daughters f

Firefighters
say Rizzo did
all right things

By DAVID GOODHUE
dgoodhue@keysreporter.com

Firefighters are praising
a Tavernier woman for her
quick thinking and courage
that saved the lives of her
young family during a
kitchen fire that rapidly
went out of control.
Teresa Rizzo, 40, and her
oldest daughter were cook-
ing dinner late in the after-
noon on the Fourth of July in
their trailer on Garden Street
when smoke and flames
began pouring out from
behind the kitchen range.
"These were not the fire-
works I wanted to see,"
Rizzo said.
She first thought the
flames came from grease in
the pan in which she was
frying hamburgers. But Ike
Beal of the Key Largo
Volunteer Fire-Rescue
Department said the
propane tank behind the
range ruptured.
Beal said what Rizzo did
next not only saved the lives
of her 13- and 4-year-old
daughters, but also saved
the trailer from being
destroyed and stopped the
fire from spreading to her
neighbors' homes in the
oceanside neighborhood
near mile marker 92.
As soon as she saw the
flames coming out from


es

rom blaze
behind the range, Rizzo shut
off the ceiling fan in the liv-
ing room so the fire would
be deprived of more air.
The kitchen is in the
middle of the trailer and her
daughters went to the back
bedroom to get out of the
home. But Rizzo knew there
were no stairs leading to
that room, so she ran
through the kitchen to the
back bedroom to grab her
girls and bring them out
through the front door.
She and her daughters
were now safe, but a simple
act has local firefighters
thanking Rizzo: When she left
the trailer, she closed the door.
"She did exactly what
they were supposed to do.
They got out, called the fire
department and closed the
door," Beal said.
The fire destroyed the
kitchen and damaged much
of the rest of the home, but
the structure is still intact,
and many of the Rizzo's
possessions, including most
of the furniture, were saved.
Firefighters from Key
Largo, Tavernier and
Islamorada responded to the
fire and were able to quickly
put it out.
Rizzo said she feels
blessed she and her daugh-
ters are safe, but is sad at the
state of the home into which
she had just moved from Key
Largo days before the fire.
Rizzo and her daughters
will now be staying with her
fiance, Johnny DeBrule, in
Key Largo.


City expects minor tax increase


Staff might
have to pay
for medical

By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Key Colony Beach
City Commission on
Thursday decided it needs
the same amount of tax dol-
lars next fiscal year as in the
current budget to run the city
- and that means a tax
increase for the homeowners.
That's because overall
property values in the city of
800 full-time residents
declined around $45 million
in the past year, from $561.5
million to $516.7 million.
Lower values mean higher
tax assessments.
The main issues Thursday
with Key Colony's $2.33
million budget were employ-


ee medical coverage and an
increase in the cost to operate
the city's reverse osmosis re-
use water plant. It produces
desalinized water for the
city's parks and nine-hole
golf course.
Commissioners said they
would use the i !! '.11 k tax rate
of 2.2465, or $2.2456 per
$1,000 of assessed property
value, as a benchmark heading
into future budget meetings.
The rollback rate pro-
duces the same amount of tax
dollars as the current year.
The current fiscal year's tax
rate is 2.0674.
The owner of a $300,000
home on Key Colony paid
$620 in property tax this fiscal
year, but would pay $674 in the
next under the current scenario.
The 2.2456 rate will be
submitted to the Monroe
County Property Appraiser's
Office by or before July 25,
as required by law. The com-


mission can lower, but not
raise, the proposed tax rate
after that date.
Commissioners debated at
length the city's 100 percent
medical coverage for 11 full-
time employees. The cost is
expected to rise between 25
and 43 percent next fiscal
year. There's currently a
$2,000 deductible for each
employee, paid by the city.
Under the current budget,
medical benefits cost the city
$83,450. Under the proposed
spending plan to take effect
on Oct. 1, without any adjust-
ment in deductibles, it would
be $93,550.
"I don't know of anybody
that pays a medical
deductible anymore,"
Commissioner Jeff Vorick
said. Commissioner Mary
Schmidt agreed, saying: "I'd
like to see the employee
cover up to the first $500."
The commission also dis-


cussed raising the city's
deductible to $3,000 per
employee to lower premi-
ums. Most employees don't
reach their deductible each
year, commissioners said.
The commission eventu-
ally scheduled a separate
workshop to discuss employ-
ees' total compensation pack-
ages, including health care,
retirement funding, salaries,
vacation time and sick leave.
It's scheduled for July 18 at
9:30 a.m. at City Hall.
Overall, Key Colony
expects to raise $1.13 mil-
lion in property taxes next
fiscal year. Other revenue
sources include $196,000
from occupational licenses,
$135,690 in state shared rev-
enues and $103,000 from
building permits.
Expenditures include
$525,000 for fire and emer-
gency medical services
through the city of Marathon.


KEY WEST


City off the hook for 'Vandy'


Shipyard loses
in effort to
recoup money

By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The U.S.S. Gen. Hoyt S.
Vandenberg was scuttled off
Key West as an artificial reef
in May 2009. Two years
later, litigation surrounding
the 13-year project is finally
coming to an end.
On July 1, U.S. District
Judge Mark S. Davis released
a written opinion ruling that
the city of Key West, which
owns the 520-foot wreck,
does not owe Norfolk, Va.,-
based Colonna's Shipyard


money related to work the
shipyard did to prepare the
former missile tracking ship
to take the plunge.
"We appreciate the court's
well-reasoned judgment in
the city's favor," City
Attorney Shawn Smith said
in a statement, "which avoids
any unwarranted expense to
the taxpayers. Hopefully the
focus can now be solely on
the positive benefits of the
Vandenberg sinking."
Key West, the state of
Florida and the Keys tourism
industry spent nearly 10 years
raising money to obtain,
clean, tow and, finally, sink
the Vandenberg about seven
miles off Key West. The final
cost was more than $8 million.
Colonna's got the contract


to clean the ship, but a legal
dispute over failed payments
to the shipyard and its sub-
contractors waged for a year
in Norfolk's federal court,
resulting in the ship being
sold at public auction to First
State Bank of the Florida
Keys which, in turn, handed
the ship over to the city.
Colonna's received
$677,000 from the auction,
with subcontractors splitting
the rest; that's when they
went after the city to collect
more than $1 million in per-
ceived outstanding pay-
ments.
Smith explained: "The
shipyard contracted with
Reefmakers to prepare the
Vandenberg for sinking.
Reefmakers failed to pay


Colonna['s] for their servic-
es." That's when the auction
went down.
"The shipyard apparently
felt it did not receive ade-
quate compensation from the
sale and sued the city in
February of 2010.... This was
despite the fact that the city
did not have a contract or
agreement directly with the
shipyard. The city contracted
with Artificial Reefs of the
Keys, [which] in turn con-
tracted with Reefmakers."
In his written opinion,
Davis noted that Colonna's
was "treated shabbily," refer-
ring to the ordeal as the
i . .. . saga," but con-
cluded it "can receive no
remedy from Key West."


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Former Key West cop
Jeffrey Meyers, 48, is being
held at the Monroe County
Detention Center on
$405,000 bond, charged with
robbing the Overseas Market
branch of Keys Federal
Credit Union on Tuesday.
Meyers' former colleagues
took him in to custody about
four hours after the robbery;
he was found by off-duty Sgt.
Jeffrey Williamson blocks
away inside an Internet gam-
ing cafe at 922 Kennedy
Drive, a place Williamson
knew Meyers frequented.
Meyers, charged with the
felonies of grand theft and
disnlaving a hoax bomb. got


-, only $500
on him
when arrest-
ed, police
spokes-
woman
Aly son
Crean said.
Be fore
MEYERS hitting the
Internet slots with a
vengeance, Meyers pulled a
move reminiscent of
Harrison Ford's character
from "The Fugitive," duck-
ing into the bathroom of the
Winn-Dixie next to Keys
Federal Credit Union to
shave off his beard and
change clothes.
"All those precautions he
took," Crean said, "then he
goes into somewhere that is


change of identity complete-
ly wrecked by having himself
filmed doing it. It was well-
thought-through but he
missed some obvious stuff."
Meyers also took another
step to distract or delay the
police effort to locate him:
He left a suspicious package
inside Keys Federal prompt-
ing police to call in the
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Bomb Squad.
The package turned out to
be several attached cans of
food with the labels stripped
off, shoved into a plastic gro-
cery bag.
"It didn't look explosive,"
Crean said, "but when you
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Meyers started with the
Key West Police Department
in 1989. In 1994, Crean said,
he "was given an opportunity
to take a voluntary termina-
tion, which is like where they
ask for your resignation in
the business world," after he
was found to be ini ci I in
double dipping."
Crean said that consisted
of working an off-duty uni-
formed security detail while
he was also on the clock for
his regular police shift.
When working off-duty
details, officers cannot work
as bar or nightclub bouncers,
drive cabs or engage in pri-
vate detective-type work,
Crean said.
Details of Meyers' sched-
uled court appearance
weren't available Friday.


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By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Attempting to address
quality-of-life concerns for
Key West residents, city offi-
cials stressed the need to cre-
ate a landscape buffer around
Horace O'Bryant Middle
School and work to alleviate
parking and traffic issues,
during a Thursday meeting
with their counterparts from
the county schools system
City commissioners Mark


Rossi and Teri Johnston attend-
ed the conflict assessment
meeting with Monroe County
School District Superintendent
Jesus Jara; Fred Sims, the facil-
ities director; and district attor-
ney Scott Black.
Since February, the two
sides have worked to find a
resolution to the problem
with the new $36 million -
construction on the site,
which sits adjacent to a large
residential area on Leon
Street, reaches a height of 56
feet, more than double the
city's 25-foot limit for that
zoning district.
Black reiterated his position
that the building is not governed
by city land development regu-


lations or its comprehensive
plan because student capacity at
the site would not increase by
more than 5 percent, invoking a
statute that exempts the con-
struction from municipal laws.
"It's looking very positive
like we're going to be able to
meet the 5 percent probably,
with a little bit of cushion,"
Black said, adding that the
final numbers are being vetted
by a hired consultant and the
state Department of Education.
Black also said the district
is going forward with a
redesign on campus buildings
on which construction has not
yet started, bringing the roofs
in line with the city height cap.
Rossi called the need for


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Johnston explained, \\h.ii
we're looking for is a sound
and visual barrier for build-
ings that are 12 yards from
someone's back door."
Sims said the site's
stormwater drainage plan
presents limitations. Also,
there isn't any money set
aside for landscaping.
"That's subject to the
budget," he said. "If we have
some money left over, we can
put it toward landscaping. But
right now we've got a real
tight construction budget."
Jara said money for land-
scaping could potentially be
allocated in the 2012 budget
year.


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Evin Zekthi shone at the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, which is shown here during a previous event.




Zekthi takes tw




at invitational


Coral Shores
prospect wins
pair of races

Keynoter Staff

Evin Zekthi, an incom-
ing freshman at Coral
Shores High School, won
two swimming titles at the


recent International
Swimming Invitational at
the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic
Complex.
Zekthi, 14, took boys
age-group championships in
the 200-meter butterfly and
the 100 butterfly.
The Tavernier resident
swam a 1-minute, 2.54-sec-
ond time in the 100, win-
ning the Age 13-14 event
more than a second over the


runner-up.
Zekthi narrowly won the
Age 13-14 200 fly by less
than half-second, scoring a
first-place finish with a
2:23.53 time. The second-
place swimmer tapped the
wall at 2:23.91.
More than 1,000 swim-
mers from more than a
dozen nations competed in
different age brackets at the
four-day competition held


Rojas arrived
in Key West
back in 1994
McClatchy-Tribune

They fled after dark on a
homemade boat from Morro
Castle, the 16th Century
fortress that guards the
entrance to Havana Bay.
Euclides Rojas, the best
relief pitcher in the proud his-
tory of Cuban baseball, saved
for a year to buy enough wood
for his fisherman friend to
build the 15-foot boat.
They used a half-dozen
empty 55-gallon oil drums -
three on each side - to buoy
the crude vessel.
On Aug. 17, 1994, Rojas,
his wife Marta and their 2-
year-old son, Euclides Jr.,
along with 10 others jammed
into the makeshift craft to
begin the 90-mile journey
from Cuba to the Florida
Keys.
"We didn't know if we
were going to make it," said
Rojas, the Pirates' first-year
bullpen coach. "But if we did-
n't make it, at least we would
have died trying to be free."
The group - five women,
four men and four children -
spent 4.5 days in the rough
waters of the Florida Straits.
When the outboard motor
broke down a couple of hours
into the journey, they paddled
the rest of the way.
When they ran low on
water, they traded rations with
refugees on another nearby
raft, some ham or cheese and
crackers, for clean water to
drink.


Finally,
a U.S.
Coast
Guard ship
plucked
them from
the water
23 miles
south of
ROJAS Key West.
"I didn't come to the
United States to play base-
ball," Rojas said. "We came to
the United States looking for
freedom."
The decision was easy for
Rojas, a then-26-year-old star
athlete who grew weary of
Fidel Castro's oppressive rule.
Civil liberties were scarce; cit-
izens could not visit another
state in Cuba without having
the travel plans and length of
stay approved by the national
government. He feared for his
safety after joining the anti-
Castro party.
"That's how bad it is," he
said. "You are not allowed to
express what you feel or what
you see. We only had the hope
to become free people and
escape from slavery."
They left behind their fam-
ilies, including Rojas' mother,
father, three sisters and two
brothers. They remain only in
their memories and an occa-
sional phone call.
"Luckily, my son doesn't
remember," Rojas, 43, said.
"He was 2.5 years old. But it's
been tough for all of us, espe-
cially for my wife and for
myself. We lost everyone."
Rojas spotted many empty
rafts floating in the ocean. He
saw a drowned woman's
bloated body being pulled
from the water.
But their journey wasn't


over. So close to the Florida
shores, Rojas and his family
were returned to the U.S.
naval base at Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba, where they joined
tens of thousands of Cuban
refugees.
During their escape,
President Clinton reversed the
28-year policy so those on
rafts and small boats would be
treated as illegal aliens and
taken to safe havens outside
the United States. The policy
change occurred as 30,000
Cubans took to the ocean in
August 1994, including 6,000
in a two-day span, after Castro
vowed he would not hinder
anyone who sought to flee the
island.
After six months at
Guantanamo Bay, the Rojas
family was allowed to enter
the United States when Major
League Baseball pitcher and
former Cuban National team-
mate Rene Arocha agreed to
sponsor them. In July 1991,
Arocha became the first
notable Cuban baseball player
to defect.
Nearly two decades later,
Rojas still gets emotional
when he talks about Cuba.
There is a soulful look in his
eyes as he stands in the dugout
at PNC Park on a sunny after-
noon.
"I usually don't talk about
my story," he said. "It makes
me real sad. I know while we
are talking here, there are
some other Cuban people in
the ocean right now."
The former hard-throwing
right-hander is the all-time
saves leader for the Cuban
National Team (90), but his
name has been wiped from the
record books because he


Age 10-11 team
still alive
with the win
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The Upper Keys Age
10-11 all-stars evened
their record in the Little
League District 8
Tournament with
Tuesday's 6-4 win over
North Miami Beach.
The club stood at 1-1 in
the four-team competition
going into a Friday game
at the Doral tournament
site (results not available
at press time).
After a 10-0 loss to
Doral in the tournament
opener, the Upper Keys
"really came together to
play well against what
looked to be a stronger
[North Miami Beach]
team," said manager Jim
Rhyne.
The 6-4 contest "was up
and down the whole way,"
Rhyne said. "We were up a
run, then down by two. He
got the lead back and held


June 23 to 26, according to
event organizers.
Zekthi also scored a
third-place finish in his
group's 400 freestyle
(4:26.6), and a fourth in the
200 individual medley
(2:24.9) at the International
Invitational.
Zekthi plans to compete
with Coral Shores' swim
team this fall.


defected.
After Rojas defected,
Cuba's state-run newspaper
printed a large photo of the
former baseball hero, calling
him a traitor.
But it was worth the sacri-
fice: The Rojases, who live in
Miami, became American cit-
izens. Euclides Jr., 19, hopes
to become a doctor.
"If we had to be 15 more
days on the ocean to become
free again," Rojas said, "there
is no doubt we are going to do
it again."
Rojas is a valuable part of
the Pirates pitching staff.
Whenever a Pirates reliever
struggles - a rare scene this
year - they only have to look
at the personable coach sitting
with them in the bullpen
behind the left-center field
wall to find motivation.
"God bless him," reliever
Jose Veras said. "He's an
unbelievable person."
Rojas, known by all as
Euky, never reached the
majors after being drafted in
the 30th round by the Florida
Marlins in 1995.
He coached in the Marlins
farm system for six years and
was the bullpen coach for the
2004 World Series champion
Red Sox. He worked as the
Latin American field coordi-
nator for the Pirates from
2005-10 before joining man-
ager Clint Hurdle's staff.
Hurdle learned about
Rojas' incredible journey after
arriving in Pittsburgh.
"I was not aware of his
story, and the first time I heard
it, we were talking about men-
tal toughness," Hurdle said. "I
just kind of had to drop it after
that."


them off in the last
inning."
Pitcher Levi Houston
got the decision in relief.
"We got a good, posi-
tive effort from everybody
on the roster," Rhyne said.
The Upper Keys Age
10-11 team will play a
Monday game in Key
Largo against Miami
Springs. The rescheduled
game was moved to Key
Largo because the Keys
squad earlier traveled to
Doral for a game that had
been canceled.
Each club in the Age
10-11 bracket is scheduled
to play six games, facing
each tournament opponent
twice.

Keys Minors fall
The Upper Keys Age 9-
10 team was eliminated
from its District 8
Tournament group with an
8-7 loss to Kendall on
Wednesday. A win over
Kendall would have boost-
ed the Upper Keys into
second place in the dis-
trict's South Pool, but the
one-run loss ended the
Keys run with a 1-3
record.


LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT


Busy day for

diamond squads


Three teams
playing today
in Key Largo

Keynoter Staff

Hoping for a break in
the wet weather, all three
teams in the Age 11-12
Little League District 8
South Pool are scheduled
to play doubleheaders
today in Key Largo.
The slate of three
games at the Key Largo
Community Park opens at
9:30 a.m. with the Upper
Keys all-stars taking on
Kendall at 9:30 a.m.
Marathon then takes


the field to play Kendall
at 11:45 a.m. Scheduled
action concludes at 2 p.m.
with the local match
between Marathon and
the Upper Keys.
In second-round con-
tests, the Upper Keys is
slated to host Kendall at
6:30 p.m. Monday, and
Marathon at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
Homestead dropped
out of the 2011 tourna-
ment this week.
The top two teams
from the South Pool
round-robin play advance
to the District 8 semifi-
nals, scheduled to begin
July 14 in North Miami
and Key Largo.


FISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS

Maryland anglers


dominate tourney


Andrews lands
33.1-pounder
for victory
Eva Andrews of Bel
Air, Md., caught a 33.1-
pound dolphin to earn
first-place individual hon-
ors for the largest fish in
the 2011 Conch Republic
Ladies Dolphin
Championship July 2 in
Key West waters.
Andrews fished on the
Eva Marie skippered by
her husband, Barry.
"We were about 18
miles west of Key West in
850 feet of water," Barry
Andrews said. "She's a
seasoned angler, and the
fight was about 20 min-
utes."
Eva Andrews also part-
nered with Cheryl Cutchin
of Forest Hill, Md., to
earn the Eva Marie the
tournament's boat cham-
pionship for the largest


aggregate weight of two
dolphin. Cutchin's catch
weighed 16.5 pounds,
bringing the two-fish total
to 49.6 pounds.
Second place in the
individual division went
to Pam Oropeza of Key
West, who brought in a
32.5-pound dolphin.
Oropeza fished on the
Spine 'n' Line with her
husband, Key West chiro-
practor Steve Oropeza, at
the helm.
Third place went to
Barbara Musser of
Leonardtown, Md., who
scored a 28.7-pound dol-
phin while fishing on the
Miss Kasey with Capt. Jim
Williams. Musser's catch
also helped earn the Miss
Kasey runner-up status in
the tournament's boat
division.
The Conch Republic
Ladies Dolphin
Championship drew 80
participants.


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KEY WEST




Artist discovers new




ways of counting


S. Florida

guild lauds

Goldman work

Key West artist Deborah
Goldman still remembers the
wonder of sweet potatoes'
pink roots curling inside clear
glass vases displayed at The
Studios of Key West.
The experience in her ear-
liest days there proved ii.i'n-
formative," she said.
A mixed-media artist, she
had been working in wood,
using cutouts and layering to
capture shapes and images
that fixed on objects.
Watching the pale pink roots
and the evolution of a living
thing led her down a different
artistic path, one she describes
as more conceptual.
The imagery of new life rep-
resented by the roots inspired a
series called ;iiii.iiL.
Seedpod Counting."
Serendipity played a role,
Goldman says, as she "stumbled
onto these Bismarck seed pods
in a trash can down the street."
Describing the beautiful
seed shapes, Goldman took
them to her studio and began a
study of counting that has car-
ried through other formats and
forms.
"Counting is a basic
human impulse. It starts with
fingers and toes," she says,
"then I imagine a shepherd
trying to keep track of his
flock, maybe stacking stones



Dance classes
start Monday

The dance duo of Lucy
and Leon in Key West is
starting three new eight-
week dance classes.
Starting Monday from 8


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This is among the works for which Deborah Goldman was honored. Her art series explores
the idea of counting. Nature provides the inspiration with seedpods, stones, even feathers.


one atop another. I'm interest-
ed in the whole way we keep
track."
Her mixed media work,
including i i.lki Counting,"
has just won a prestigious fel-
lowship award from the South
Florida Cultural Consortium.
It means Goldman, along
with 11 other South Florida
artists, will be honored in a
fall exhibit that will be staged
at the Art and Culture Center
of Hollywood from Sept. 9
through Oct. 16.
Each fellowship carries a
$15,000 prize along with the
honor of being selected
among the best in South
Florida art.
The South Florida Cultural



to 9 p.m. is the rumba. On
Wednesday from 7 to 8
p.m., it's the cha cha, and
the same day from 8 to 9
p.m. is intermediate swing.
Calls are at the Paradise
Health and Fitness Dance
Studio, 1706 N. Roosevelt
Blvd., Key West. To sign


Consortium's Visual and
Media Artists Fellowship pro-
gram is a cooperative project
funded in part with support by
the county commissions in
Broward, Miami-Dade,
Martin and Monroe counties,
along with support from the
Palm Beach County Cultural
Council, the National
Endowment for the Arts, the
state Division of Cultural
Affairs and the Florida Arts
Council.
Recipients were chosen
during a two-tier selection
process that involved partici-
pation by regional and nation-
al art experts.
Goldman earned a mas-
ter's in fine arts from the



up, call 296-6348 or send an
e-mail to 2610fog@
bellsouth.net.

Full-moon party
returns July 15

Firedancer Miranda, a


Cranbrook Academy of Art in
Michigan. After moving to the
Keys, she was among the ear-
liest group of artists to open at
The Studios of Key West.
She had a one-woman
show in the main exhibit hall
titled i;iiiiI., One to Five
2009." And she was among
the 48 artists featured in the
58th annual All Florida Juried
Competition and Exhibition
show at the Boca Raton
Museum of Art.
Her work can be seen at the
Lucky Street Gallery, 540
Greene St., Key West. Or you
can visit her website,
www.deborahgoldman.
com.




deejay, high-tech telescope
and more are part of the fun
at the next full-moon party
at Boatman's Sombrero
Resort on Sombrero
Boulevard in Marathon.
It's on July 15 starting at
7 p.m. and is a pool party, so
bring your swimsuit.


SOCIAL SERVICES


A Call to Men


returns this week


This time,

adults are

the focus

The Monroe County
Domestic Abuse Shelter is
again reaching out to men in
the Keys to
challenge
them to find
a role in
helping stop
domestic
violence -
whether it
PORTER be against
women,
men or children.
The program, A Call to
Men, is directed by Tony
Porter, co-founder and co-
director of A Call To Men, a
New York City-based nation-
al association of men and
women committed to ending
violence against women.
On April 26 and 27, about
600 high school males in Key
West, Marathon and Coral
Shores high schools partici-
pated in A Call to Men,
whose primary focus is to
challenge many of the social
norms that define manhood
and discuss the concept of



Disaster class
set for July 15

Emergency disaster
training for Key West res-
idents is available through
the Salvation Army in
Key West, 1920 Flagler
Ave., from 10 a.m. to
noon July 15. To find out
more, call Michael
Knowles at 294-5611 or
896-4786.
Trained volunteers can
help out if a hurricane
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 Operations
Center in Marathon but
volunteers will be needed


being a "well-meaning man."
Such a man believes that
women, men and children
should be respected; would
not assault a woman or man;
and is not afraid to have his
belief system challenged.
This time around, the
Domestic Abuse Shelter is
partnering with the Monroe
County State Attorney's
Office to bring A Call to Men
to the following on July 14:
* 1 to 3 p.m., Sigsbee
Community Center, Building
V, 4205 Sigsbee Road, Key
West. This is for active mili-
tary, Department of Defense
civilians and their spouses.
* 3:30 to 5 p.m., Youth
Center at the Sigsbee Navy
base. The targeted group is
up to 40 young men ages 10
to 16.
* 7 to 9 p.m., Florida Keys
Outreach Coalition Residential
Adult Male Program. This is at
1623 Truesdale Court, Key
West. The target audience is
adult men living in transitional
housing that are recovering
addicts.
To find out how to partic-
ipate, call shelter Chief
Executive Officer Venita
Garvin Valdez at 743-5452.




in all areas if a storm hits.

Animal farm
is open Sunday

The Monroe County
Sheriff's Office Animal
Farm will be open this
Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.
so everyone can go out
and see the horses, cow,
pigs, goats, bunnies, alli-
gators, tropical birds,
kinkajou, sloth and
Patagonian cavy families,
an emu, tortoises - more
than 200 animals in all.
The farm is just off
College Road on Stock
Island, at the Sheriff's
Office headquarters.
Admission is free but
donations are accepted.


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L.A. Times crossword puzzle
""4 x 4"" - Solution in the July 13 Keynoter


Across
1 '50s pin curls style,
e.g.
5 Sean Combs, on
stage
11 Things of beauty
15 Ratatouille,e.g.
19 Stick-up stash
20 Mumbai garments
21 Stratford's river
22 "Reason is ...the slave
of the passions"writer
23 "We'll find out in
due course"
26 Idle in show biz
27 2002 hit for Cam'ron
28 "Junebug" Oscar
nominee Adams
29 "That fair!"
30 Divine food
31 Ramble on
33 Thumper's pal
35 Near the end
36 One who harness-
es the power of
midi-chlorians
39 Hotel ad phrase
42 Throws out
44 Senate passing
45 Fancy moldings
46 Sunshine :old
detergent
47 Bug
48 Letter-shaped track
50 Big initials in com-
edy syndication
53 "Stay alert!"
57 It may be spun
58 "Whata klutzlam!"
59 Ricoh competitor


60 Brilliant bunch
61 Applies, as effort
64 Dummkopf
67 Grade of beef
68 Japanese canine
69 Cruise,for one
70 "The Baroque
Cycle" sci-fi author
Stephenson
71 Linesmen's co-
workers
72 Act rashly
79 Disturbing bank
letters
80 Far from mega-
81 Crafted, as a tale
82 French wine valley
83 Town in a Carlo
Levi title
85 "Had and could-
n't ..."
87 Subject involving
subjects
88 Cry to some play-
ers in hiding
93 Starling's home
94 Ragtag
95 Author Blyton et al.
96 Airbus product
98 Treat as taboo
99 City near Anaheim
100 You might give
him the business
101 Ghana's capital
105 Cut down
106 Often skeptical words
of encouragement
110 Downwind
111 Not loose
112 "The Ministry of


Fear"author
113 Indies
114 Some paparazzi
gear, briefly
115 Carry
116 Sunshine cookie
117 Time of reckoning

Down
1 "Trouble's a-comin'!"
2 Stained-glass piece
3 How some things
are noted
4 Swimming and
diving, e.g.
5 Penultimate Greek
letter
6 1980s-'90s New
York senator
7 Coming-back words
8 Like a field at sunrise
9 Opus :"The Da
Vinci Code" sect
10 Pricey handbag inits.
11 Carraway's Long
Island neighbor, in
classic fiction
12 Supposing
13 Jump out of one's
skin?
14 Show with '70s
samurai sketches,
briefly
15 Put away, as a dag-
ger
16 Petrify
17 "Love the Way You
Lie" rapper
18 Words of support
24 Driveway option


25 Beans that are a
good source of
manganese
30 "Wag the Dog" co-
screenwriter
32 Wistful sounds
33 Mild
34 Belt maker's tool
35 Start using
Facebook, say
36 Weightlifting move
37 Songwriter Sands
38 Eat in style
40 Seamus Heaney's
homeland
41 Watch for the
wealthy
43 Matrix automaker
47 Grissom of NASA
48 Semicircular mold-
ings
49 Concern for Lady
Macbeth
51 Pear from Europe
52 Bedframe part
54 Psy-_:military
propaganda, etc.
55 Like Deep Throat
56 Work on seams
57 Like hobnobbers
60 Pitifully small
61 Take home
62 Vintage Jags
63 It was once described
as an"odious column
of bolted metal"
64 Get wind of
65 Gucci of fashion
66 "Ben-Hur"author
Wallace


67 Date
69 Director DeMille
70 Richmond-to-D.C.
dir.
72 Evangeline_ who
played Kate on"Lost"
73 Target Field team
74 "The Tao of Pooh"
author
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76 "Women and Love"
author Shere
77 Income sources for
some srs.
78 Subsequent
80 Acted bullish?
84 Writing credits
85 Like a saucer's
symmetry
86 Tie the knot
87 Cruise milieu
88 Nebraska tribe
members
89 Apollo 13 astronaut
90 Bad news from
home?
91 Skittish
92 Monsoon-affecting
phenomenon
97 "I'll pass"
99 U2's lead vocalist
100 RR station posting
102 Niger neighbor
103 Tabula
104 Trial fig.
106 Clock std.
107 "How icky!"
108 Breakdown
109 Where Odessa is:
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Photo by CHUCK HUMPHREYS
Aaron and Rebecca Eastman are married while on a
snorkel and fishing charter with Delphine Charters of Key
West. Rev.Cal Ferrette performs the nuptials - the first for
Delphine.


Disabilities group
marks anniversary

The Florida Keys Council
for People with Disabilities has
a celebration marking the 21st
anniversary of the American
Disability Association set for
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Stanley Switlik
Elementary School, 33rd
Street bayside, Marathon.
It'll include games, food
and resources for people with
disabilities. To find out more,
call Cindy at 434-9016.

Salvor Fisher
speaks Monday

The Matecumbe Historical


Trust of Islamorada hosts
Sean Fisher, grandson of
famed Key West treasure
salvor Mel Fisher, on Mondsy
to discuss the science of treas-
ure hunting.
Fisher will discuss how his
grandfather led his crew to the
discovery of the world's rich-
est underwater treasure find in
history, an estimated $400
million in coins, jewelry and
other artifacts from the
Nuestra Seniora de Atocha.
The presentation will be
held at 6:30 p.m. at Island
Community Church, mile
marker 83. It's free and open
to the public. For more infor-
mation, contact Irving or
Jeane Eyster at 664-9504.


The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551

100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 700 REAL ESTATE RENTALS
ASS200 EMPLOYMENT 800 REAL ESTATE SALES
CLA SSIFDS 300SERVACES 1100 MARINE
SIF I 500 MERCHANDISE 1300 TRANSPORTATION
600 FWANCE


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No. 1976600

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2011-DR-644-K


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Petitioner

and

Erez Biton,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

TO: Erez Biton
3312 Northside Dr.
Key West, FL 33040


Marisela Gonzalez. YOU ARE NOTIFI ED that an
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NOTARIZED
"PROOF OF
PUBLICATION-
AFFIDAVIT
FREE

The Keynoter
provides limely.
nolarized Proof
of Publication
Oa no addMional
.&at upon final
printing of your
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action has been filed against
you and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written
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 against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition.

Copies of all court
documents in this case,
including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You
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 CurrentAddress, 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.


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NOTICEI Effective July 1, 2009, the
intention to register a fctitious name

must be advertised at least once in a
newspaper in the county in which the
principal place of business will be located.

lBeverly 743-5551 x13

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WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: June 13, 2011
CLERKOFTHE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marislady Lopez
Deputy Clerk
Publish June 18, 25,
July 2, 9, 2011
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 2440900

NOTICE OF
PUBLICSALE

The vehicles) listed below will
be sold at public auction for
cash at FLORIDA KEYS
TOWING INC., 1620 Overseas
Hwy, Marathon FL 33050 at
8:00 AM on August 3, 2011 in
accordance to Florida Statute
Section 713.78 for unpaid
towing & storage.
1. 1999 DODGE
VIN: 2B7JB21ZOXK576607

Publish July 9, 2011
Florida Keys Keynoter

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


No. 2441600

Florida Keys
Council of the Arts
Notice of
Upcoming Meetings

Grant Application Review
Panel
Wednesday, July 13, 2:00 p.m.
Gato Building, 1100 Simonton
Street, Key West

Board of Directors
Thursday, July 28, 2:00 p.m.
Gato Building, 1100 Simonton
Street, Key West
Board Development Seminar
Thursday, July 28, 3:00 p.m.
Gato Building, 1100 Simonton
Street, Key West
Meetings are open to the public
and all are invited to attend.
Questions? Call the arts
council office at 295-4369.

Publish July 9, 2011
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2172400

DISTRICT V ADVISORY
COMMITTEE (DAC V)
(From Mile Marker 90.940 to
the Dade/Monroe County
Line and any Mainland
portions of Monroe County)
of the
MONROE COUNTY TOURIST
DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
has an opening for a
TOURIST RELATED
BUSINESS
REPRESENTATIVE - Shall be
KpOVfME HI w WNE37 cU-MW


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persons involved in
business which is
interdependent upon the
tourist industry who have
demonstrated an interest in
tourist development but who
are not owners,
operators/managers of
motels, hotels, recreational
vehicle parks and other
tourist accommodations and
whose business is in the tax
collection district for which
they are applying.

Any person wishing to
participate on the DistrictV
Advisory Committee of the
Monroe County Tourist
Development Council within
the district so noted above, may
request an application from the
Administrative Office by calling
(305) 296-1552 and submit an
application to the address
shown below:
Department DAC
Monroe County Tourist
Development Council
1201 White Street,
Suite 102
Key West, FL 33040
Fax #: (305) 296-0788
Deadline for receipt of
application at the above
address is Friday JULY 15,
2011 at 5:00 p.m. A resume
may be attached to the
application.

Publish July 9, 2011
Florida Keys Keynoter


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 OF ACTION
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


Saturday, July 9,2011


WATERY WEDDING


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4B Saturday, July 9,2011


Birding festival
needs volunteers

It's not until September,
but organizers of the annual
Florida Keys Birding and
Wildlife Festival are looking
for volunteers now.
The festival is a nonprof-
it event taking place Sept. 21
through 25 spearheaded by
Jim Bell at the National Key
Deer Refuge. The event
committee meets at Curry


Hammock State Park on
Crawl Key the first Tuesday
of each month at 3 p.m. for
about two hours.
The festival includes two
birding walks and talks with
Kenn and Kimberly
Kaufman, a presentation by
wildlife photographers Lopez
and Dick Fortune, a Florida
Keys Audubon trip to the Dry
Tortugas, and an environ-
mental fair and family day at
Curry Hammock.
Anyone interested can


contact Bell at 872-0774. To
find out event specifics, go to
www.keysbirdingfest.org

Expert presents
Apple's Lion

Jack Buccellato of All
Keys Computer Guy, a con-
sulting and Web develop-
ment firm, presents a first
glimpse of Lion, Apple's
new operating system, when
he addresses the Upper Keys


Mac User Group at 7 p.m.
Thursday at the Key Largo
library, in Trade Winds Plaza
at mile marker 101.4 ocean-
side.
Buccellato will also
cover key Apple technical
points and convergence,
which is connecting every-
thing - 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.

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 complex
in Tavemier 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.
Bonnie Young as the con-
tact person to call or text: at
305-432-0558,


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Sales & Service
Fast Reliable Service
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Marine * Sales * Repair
Refrigeration * Ice Machines
Lic # CAC 053827. 743-5288

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Repairs & Replacement
Commercial & Residential
Ice Machines * Pool Heaters
Lic # CAC 056642 (305) 289-9498


Windswept A/C & Appl.
"Shut Your Windows, Shut Your Doors
You Ain't Gonna Be Hot No More!"
Great Prices! Good Service!
Lic @ CAC056987. Call 289-1748



MERCEDES BENZ
Service & Repair
Star Motors
12300 0/S Hwy, Mrthn, 289-9992



Kitchen Korner
Real Wood Cabinets;
Particle Board Prices Sales,
743-7277




Royal Plus
Carpet, Tile & Upholstery Cleaning
Water Extraction & Drying
Mold Remediation
Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
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Custom Tile & Marble Installation
Lic SP1280 & Ins. * 743-0971


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Ceramic * Porcelain * Marble,
Granite Tops * Carpet
Sales & Installation
10899 0/S Hwy, Marathon
Lic #SP3562 & Insured
305-289-3019



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



Deco Coatings, Custom Stamping
Staining & Sealing
Stampover Tile, Terrazzo & Asphalt
Faux Coral Columns
Free Est. & Recession Specials
Lic SP 3136 & Insured
305-923-0654



Restoration Specialist
Seawalls * Pin Piles * Boatlifts
Concrete Pumping & Decorative Coatings
Lic Eng 232 * Call Mark 289-7350


KELLY ELECTRIC
Servicing the Middle Keys Since 1980
Dependable! Lic. & Ins. #EC525
Call (305) 743-6098



R.L. GRANT CONSTRUCTION, INC.
Residential & Commercial
"OUTDOOR ELEVATORS"
Docks / Roofing / Interiors
305-664-0680 / Susan Grant
Lic#CGC051833




BEACON

CONSTRUCTION
305-289-7655
Windows * Doors * Concrete Repair
Kitchens * Baths * Additions
CBC1258103



A Fresh Look
Redecorate In a Day
Using Existing Furnishings
Also: * Staging for Resale
* Move-ins * Organizing
Lybrand Redesign 305-292-2682
www.LybrandRedesign.com



THE YARDMAN
Beautifying the Keys, One Yard At a
Time. Yard & Power Washing Services.
849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP!


PARADISE LIMOUSINE
SERVICES
For Reservations
Call 305-872-1665




A-ABLE LOCKSMITHS

743-7448



March Special!
3 Free Upgrades
On 1220 sf., 3 BR, 2 BA,
Deerfield Model
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Local & Long Distance
Boxes*Truck Rentals*Storage
(305) 289-MOVE
FDOT# 966624FL MC#450645 IM#26




New Life Painting
Painting * Concrete * Carpentry
* Home Repairs * 22 Yrs. Exp.
Lic # SP3578 & 3579 * References

Fast & Reliable!
Call 849-0293 or 743-2431


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proceeding for determining
beneficiaries for the said estate
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of yourwritten 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
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 2443400
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
ANCHOR TOWING gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell these vehicles
on 07/22/2011,08:00 am at
189 US HIGHWAY 1,
KEY WEST, FL 33040-5476,
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
ANCHOR TOWING reserves
the right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
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No. 2327500
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY
Case /: 2008-CA-000063 M
Division /:
The Bankolf Newo/VYork Mellon


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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 defendantss, I will
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,
ACCORDING TO THE
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 190OFTHE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
ANYAMENDMENTS
THERETO:

MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED BY METES AND
BOUNDSAS FOLLOWS:


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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
BY METES AND BOUNDS AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE
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
BEAR SOUTH 36 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 52 SECONDS
WEST, FORA DISTANCE OF
83.74 FEET, TO A 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 BEAR SOUTH 16
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,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS 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


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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
Cheryl Alfonso, ADA
Coordinator, Court Operations
Manager, 502 Whitehead
Street, Key West, FL 33040,
305-295-3652 at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notification
if the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7 days;
if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.
SPANISH: Si usted es una
persona discapacitada que
necesita alguna adaptaci6n
para poder participar de este
procedimiento o event; usted
tiene derecho, sin costo alguno
a que se le provea cierta ayuda.
Favor de comunicarse con
Cheryl Alfonso, Coordinadora
de A.D.A Court Operations
Manager, 502 Whitehead
Street, Key West, FL 33040,
305-295-3652 porlo menos 7
dias antes de que tenga que
comparecer en corte o
inmediatamente despu6s de
haber recibido 6sta notificaci6n


si es que falta menos de 7 dias
para su comparecencia. Si
tiene una discapacidad
auditiva 6 de habla, Ilame al
711.
KREYOL: Si ou se yon moun ki
kokob6 ki bezwen asistans ou
apardy pou ou ka patisip6 nan
prosedu sa-a, ou gen dwa san
ou pa bezwen p6y6 anyen pou
ou jwen on seri de ed. Tanpri
kontakt6 Cheryl Alfonso,
Co-ordinator ADA, Court
Operations Manager, 502
Whitehead Street, Key West,
FL 33040,
305-295-36520'mwen 7jou
avan ke ou gen pou-ou parent
nan tribunal, ou imediatman ke
ou resevwa avis sa-a ou si le ke
ou gen pou-ou al1 nan
tribunal-la mwens ke 7jou; Si
ou pa ka tand6 ou pal6 byen,
r616 711.
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Monroe County, Florida
Tammy L. Marciel
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
Submitted By:
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO FISHMAN &


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No. 2437600
INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS
that on, Wednesday, July 27
2011 at 2:00 P.M. the School
Board of Monroe County (the
"School District" or "School
Board") will open sealed bids
for the following:
INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE
BID No: 500
Banking Services
Specifications and bid
documents may be requested
from DemandStar by Onvia by
calling 1-800-711-1712or by
going to the website
www.demandstar.com or
www.keysschools.com. The
public record document is
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Keys Arts and Entertainment this week


When Troy Anderson performs, you'd swear it was Louis
Armstrong himself.


'Satchmo' comes


blowing his horn


Anderson pays
homage to the
great jazzman
The Friends of the
Key Largo Cultural
Center's summer concert
continues on July 15 with
a big tribute to a big
name in jazz.
Troy Anderson and the
Wonderful World Band
present "Satchmo
Lives!," a tribute to the
great Louis Armstrong. It
includes Anderson on
trumpet, Doug Bickel on
piano, Gary Thomas on
acoustic bass and John
Yarling on drums.
Anderson started out
playing trumpet at age
10, growing up in a
Bahamian family filled
with music. He started
playing in church brass
bands and later with the
Bayonne Bridgemen
Drum & Bugle Corps.
After his years with
the Bridgemen, Anderson
enlisted in the U.S. Army
as a paratrooper, which
brought him to Germany.
He performed there with
German Dixieland bands,
where he fine-tuned his
Armstrong style.
But after a serious
accident, doctors told
Anderson he would never
be able to play trumpet
again, but he began to
rebuild his chops by


learning to play
Armstrong's note-for-
note solo on "Azalea."
Now, Anderson's
Armstrong is too natural
to be called uncanny: He
starts out with the look
and slips easily into the
rest - the dinner jacket,
the trumpet with hand-
kerchief, the roly-poly
voice and the joie de
vivre.
The show starts at 7
p.m. July 15 at the
Murray E. Nelson
Government and Cultural
Center, mile marker 102
bayside. Tickets are $25
per person and available
at First State Bank of the
Florida Keys at mile
marker 97 or by calling
451-3929. You can also
get them online at
www.fklcc.org.
The summer concert
series goes through Aug.
26 at the Nelson center.
Other upcoming perform-
ances:
* July 29 with the
Doug Bickel New Trio
playing contemporary
jazz piano.
* An Aug. 12 vocal
performance by Miami's
Marlyn Sanchez.
* And the season
finale, scheduled for Aug.
26, bringing back the
series' premiere artist,
Lisanne Lyons, with an
evening of jazz and
Broadway vocals.


We can all relate to'Horrible Bosses'


Murder, laughs
come together
with few flaws

'Horrible Bosses.' 100
minutes. Rated R. Playing at
the Regal Cinema, 3338 N.
Roosevelt Blvd., Key West.

You've probably seen
enough previews to know the
storyline of "Horrible Bosses"
- three friends are tormented
by their
IK EYS bosses
FI 11 LI r lMand
decide the
only
answer is
murder.
They
are clue-
i less about
how to
even start
so they
Craig Wanous hire a
shady
character to help them come
up with a plan. But to para-
phrase poet Robert Burns, the
best laid plans of mice and
men often result in very
funny movies.
The comedy, playing
nationwide, stars Jason
Bateman, Charlie Day and
Jason Sudeikis, and includes
Jennifer Aniston, Colin
Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Julie
Bowen and Jamie Foxx. Also
briefly appearing are veteran
actors Donald Sutherland and
Bob Newhart.
Director Seth Gordon
brings some good cred, hav-
ing directed episodes of "The
Office," .Community" and
I'.i k, and Recreation,"
among other TV shows; and
part of the documentary


Courtesy McCLATCHY-TRIBUNE
Colin Farrell (left) as Pellitt and Jason Sudeikis as Kurt star in New Line Cinema's comedy


'Horrible Bosses.'

"Freakonomics." And produc-
ers Brett Ratner and Jay Stern
have the "Rush Hour" movies
behind them. Stern worked
more than five years to get
"Horrible Bosses" to the big
screen.
In "Horrible Bosses,"
Bateman is stressed out Nick
Hendricks, who has suffered
years of psychological abuse
from his boss, Dave Harken
(Spacey). Harken is a slave-
driving corporate executive
who promises Bateman a pro-
motion - which he has
absolutely no intention of
ever handing out. Spacey
appeared before as a wonder-
fully sadistic boss in 1994's
"Swimming with Sharks" and
he chews up the scenery
again in "Horrible Bosses."
Day plays Dale, a dental
assistant who is being sexually
harassed by his boss Dr. Julia
Harris (Aniston). Viewers will
recognize Day from the cult


TV hit "It's Always Sunny in
Philadelphia." Not the sharpest
pick in the dentist's tray, Dale
tries desperately to evade
Harris' advances while saving
his marriage.
Aniston really gets into her
role as a sexual predator and
her character will stop at
nothing to get what she
wants. It's obvious that
Aniston relished playing
against her good-girl image,
and the Internet has even been
buzzing with rumors of her in
a topless scene in the film.
But in a recent interview, she
quashed those rumors, saying
they're not true. Aniston also
denied rumors of a topless
scene that might be in the
director's cut DVD release.
Sorry, guys.
Sudeikis, from "Saturday
Night Live," plays Kurt,
whose new boss is the son of
the company founder. Farrell
is Bobby Pellitt, the heir with


delusions of greatness who
cares about no one but him-
self. He makes life miserable
for his employees, especially
Kurt, whom he hates for
being his old man's favorite.
Farrell, sporting one of the
world's great comb-overs, hys-
terically sets the politically cor-
rect movement back 25 years.
The three friends decide
they know nothing about
murder and wisely, or unwise-
ly, go in search of someone
more knowledgeable about
such things. They find an ex-
con man named Jones (Foxx)
who, in an effort to sound
more sinister, has changed his
first name from Dean to, well,
let's just abbreviate it to MF
And although his back-
ground in the lethal arts is
questionable, he takes on the
role of murder consultant to
the three office workers. His

* See Film, 8B


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110
Legal Notices
available at the Purchasing
Department, 241 Trumbo
Road, 2nd Floor, Key West, FL
33040.
All bids must be received on or
before July 27,2011 at 2:00
P.M. The Monroe County
School System reserves the
right, at its sole discretion, to
accept or reject any and all bids
and to waive informalities or
irregularities when it is in the
best interest of the Board to do
so.
The Ranking Committee shall
meet on August 3,2011 at 2:00
pm.
Negotiations will begin at 10:00
am on August 12, 2011.
Monroe County School District
Purchasing Department
Publish July 9, 2011
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2492800
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Alex's Auto Wrecking & Parts
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 07/20/2011 9:00
AM at 111 US Highway 1 Key
West, Florida 33040 pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. Alex's Auto
Wrecking & Parts reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
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Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 2443900
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
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110
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BYCLERKOFTHE
CIRCUIT COURT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, DANNY L.
KOLHAGE, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Monroe County,
Florida, will, on the 26TH DAY
OF JULY 2011 at 11:OOAM on
THE FRONT STEPS OF THE
MONROE COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 500
WHITEHEAD STREET in the
City of KEY WEST Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public
outcry to the highest and best
bidder for CASH the following
described property situated in
Monroe County, Florida, to wit:
LOT 150, IN THAT CERTAIN
CONDOMINIUM KNOWN AS
OUTDOOR RESORTS AT
LONG KEY, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT OF SAID
CONDOMINIUM, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE44,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Pursuant to the FINAL
JUDGMENTOF
FORECLOSURE entered in a
case in said Court, the style of
which is:
IBERIABANK, a Foreign
Corporation,
Plaintiff
VS.
Jon Oberlander, and Elba
Oberlander, his wife,
MONROE COUNTY; Outdoor
Resorts at Long Key Inc. JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE, as
unknown tenants in
Possession
Defendant
And the Docket Number of
which is Number
09-CA-000249-M
WITNESS my hand and the
Official Seal of Said Court, this
2nd day of June 2011
Danny L. Kolhage
Clerkof the Circuit Court
Monroe County, Florida
By: Tammy L. Marciel
Deputy Clerk
Florida Statute 45.031: Any
person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,


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other than the property owner
as of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
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260 * General -
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Be a part of a 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,
DentalVision, 401 K &
education assistance. Must be
flexible to work weekends,
nights, and holidays. Excellent
training and compensation
packages. Career advance-
ment possibilities. Apply online
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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! 305-896-2915
CLEANING STAFF NEEDED
Driver's license a must. Good
starting wages. Marathon area,
305-481-8379
DRIVER Clean driving record a
MUST! Min.of3yr. 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
F/T RETAIL SALES
Metro PCS. Apply in person at
following locations: Tavernier,
MM 91; Marathon MM 50;
Stock Island MM 4.5. Must be
bilingual. Please bring resume.

CALL AS&IFIED 743-W61


280 * General -
Miscallaneous


280 * General-
Miscgllaneous


Newspaper


carriers wanted

Key West Area.
Deliver newspapers 5 days a week
between 5:00 a.m. & 6:30 a.m..
the pay is approximately $175 a week

For more info call Stan
at 7-13-551 1Ext. 28 or stop in
at the Marathon office to
fill out an application.


GROWING SIGN COMPANY
needs installers/shop help.
Email resumes to
iwilson(alocalenterprises.net
Kennel /Veterinary assistant
needed for busy practice in
Marathon. Experience
preferred. Good wages and
benefits. Call Marathon
Veterinary Hospital at
305-743-7099.
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(asevensports.com
Sales Positions for 2 new TV
stations in Key West &
Homestead. 305-879-2800 or
send resume to channel19.
katherineagqmail.com
SECURITY GUARD NEEDED
Islamorada, full time.
Must have security license.
305-743-3143


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Spirit of Fisher lives during festival


4-day event
celebrates life
of great salvor

The late shipwreck salvor
Mel Fisher will be honored
July 14 through 17 with a fes-
tival that commemorates the
26th anniversary of his discov-
ery of the sunken Spanish
galleon Nuestra Senora de
Atocha.
Fisher and his crew uncov-
ered a $450 million cache of
Atocha treasure and artifacts on
July 20, 1985, after a 16-year
search. The galleon sank in
1622 about 35 miles southwest
of Key West.
Fisher's son Kim and grand-
son Sean, who direct the ongo-
ing search for still-missing
Atocha artifacts and treasures,
spearhead the Mel Fisher Days
festival each year.
Scheduled events begin at 6
p.m. July 14 at the Schooner
Wharf Bar, 202 William St. in
Key West's Historic Seaport.
On tap are games recalling


This crew enjoys the kickoff of last year's Mel Fisher Days
at the Schooner Wharf in Key West.


Mel Fisher's exuberant
lifestyle, a treasure-themed
bikini contest and authentic
treasure prizes.
In the Miss Atocha Bikini
Contest, the contestant raising
the most money for the non-
profit Mel Fisher Maritime
Heritage Society wins $200
cash and a $2,000 Madagascar
emerald from the Atocha.
Second place takes home $100
and $1,000 Madagascar emer-
ald and third place wins $50
cash and a $500 Madagascar


emerald.
Contestants can start rais-
ing money as soon as they are
officially registered. Call Star
at 295-7929 or send an e-mail
to StarFisher@MelFisher.com.
And then get creative: Start
playing with sea treasures,
masking tape, coins, jewels or
anything else that will cover
part of you. Or dig out your
favorite suit to sport down the
catwalk.
Then from 3 to 9 p.m. July
15, a street carnival celebrating


Fisher is to take place in the
200 block of Duval Street with
live entertainment, a silent
auction, games and more.
July 16 brings a Midnight
Gambler Texas Hold 'Em
Poker Tournament saluting
Fisher's adventurous spirit.
The fun is set for 8:30 p.m. to
2 a.m. aboard Sunset
Watersports' Party Cat cata-
maran.
The July 17 schedule fea-
tures a 1 p.m. presentation of
the Mel Fisher Lifetime
Achievement Award to
Professor David Bederman of
Emory Law School. Bederman
has been instrumental in the
decades-long legal struggle for
salvors' rights to explore and
recover maritime heritage
from the sea. The presentation
takes place in the Mel Fisher
Maritime Museum's court-
yard, 200 Greene St.
Then at 2 p.m., there's a
reunion of the crew that
searched for the Atocha with
Fisher. It's scheduled at the
Bull and Whistle, Duval and
Caroline streets.


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Saturday, July 9,2011 7B


Summer sets the stage for new season


Partnership
results in
3-week run
This summer will not be
like its predecessors, theater-
wise anyway.
Because this year, Key
West's Red Barn Theatre, in
association with new Key
West theater company
TheatreXP and Minerva
Productions, is presenting its
first summer season, filling a
mid-year void lovers of the
stage have long wished filled.
Dubbed Key West
Summer Stage, the season
opens on July 12 and runs
through July 30, with six
plays in three fast-paced
weeks featuring a mix of Key
West's most recognizable
actors as well as new faces.
Each production will run
five performances only,


Tuesday through Saturday,
with all curtain times at 8
p.m. General admission tick-
ets are $28.
Productions will include:
* Sam Shepard's "True
West," running July 12 to 16.
* "One Acts with Teeth," a
strong drama, and darkly
comedic single-act plays "The
Zoo Story" from Edward
Albee, A.R. Gurney's "The
Problem," Rebecca Craft's
"She Lived, He Said" and
David Ives' The
Philadelphia," running July
19 to 23.
* Richard Nelson's
"Madame Melville," running
July 26 to 30.
Actor, writer and director
Bob Bowersox founded
TheatreXP late last year in
association with Anne
O'Shea's Minerva
Productions. The concept for
Bowersox's company is simi-
lar to one that he was familiar


with in Philadelphia.
"It's about putting unused
assets together for the benefit
of all," Bowersox said. "Not
all good actors in our commu-
nity get a chance to work in a
season because the number of
plays that are produced each
year at the two great theaters
we have in Key West are lim-
ited. There are just not
enough roles.
"And there are periods of
time within the season where
the theaters, or other function-
al spaces, are dark for what-
ever reason. And there is a
wealth of great plays out there
that we would love to bring to
the community. It's just a
matter of pulling all the
pieces together."
"With the rise in summer
tourism, we think Key West
has an audience for a summer
theater season," says Mimi
MacDonald, the Red Barn's
managing director.


The Key West Summer Stage company includes (from left) Laurie Breakwell, Quincy
Perkins, Hal Cosec, Jessica Miano Kruel, Rebecca Gleason, Anne O'Shea and Bob
Bowersox. Not shown are Tammy Shanley and Randi Reams.


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Tavernier 5 Cinema
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/ Horrible Bosses (R)
2:05, 4:35, 7:30, 9:45
/ Zookeeper (PG)
1:50, 4:25, 7:05, 9:30
/ Larry Crowne (PG-13)
1:50, 4:25, 7:105, 9:30
/ Transformers 3-3D (PG-13)
1:15, 4:30, 7:45
/ Bad Teacher (R)
2:10, 4:35, 7:30, 9:50
Harry Potter
Special Screening
Thursday, July 14 at 11:55 pm
/ Sorry, no passes.
Tavernier 5 Cinema
91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernier


GREEN
LANTERN
Rated: PG-13
Showtimes:
Fri - Thurs 7:00 & 9:30
Sat & Sun 2:00, 7:00 & 9:30
Coming SoonP
BRIDESMAIDS (R) -

Kids Martinee! Monday at 2 PM
This week: Toy Story 3
Matinee Ma4dness!Wednesdays at 2 PM
This week: Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor (1963)
(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.
* Horrible Bosses (R): 1:10,4:10,7:15 and 10:00 p.m.
* Zookeeper (PG): 1:20,4:20,7:05 and 9:40 p.m.
* Larry Crowne (PG-13):4:25 and 9:55 p.m.
* Monte Carlo (PG): 1:25 and 7:25 p.m.
* Transformers 3D (??): 12:50,4:00,7:10 and 10:20 p.m.
* Bad Teacher (R): 1:15,4:05,7:20 and 9:35 p.m.
* Cars 2 (G): 1:30,4:15,7:00 and 9:40 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): 4:45 and
9:00 p.m.
* Incendies (R): 2:15 and 6:30 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
* Green Lantern (PG-13):Weekdays: 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.;
Saturday and Sunday: 2:00,7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

Tavernier Towne Cinema
Tavernier Mall,Tavernier, 853-7003
* Horrible Bosses (R): Daily 2:05,4:35,7:30 and 9:45 p.m.
* Zookeeper (PG): Daily 1:50,4:25,7:05 and 9:30 p.m.
* Transformers 3 - 3D (PG-13): Daily 1:15,4:30 and
7:45 p.m.
* Larry Crowne (PG-13): Daily 1:50,4:25,7:10 and 9:50 p.m.
* Bad Teacher (R): Daily 2:10,4:35,7:30 and 9:50 p.m.


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BIG PINE KEY 3/2 stilt home.
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/mo., F/L/S. 305-304-1934
BPK2/2 canal front home,
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at CBSRE, 289-6499
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Venetian Shores 3/3 unfurn.,
pool, dock, garage $4000. +
util., F/L/S
Lower Mate. 2/1-1/2 furn.
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Key Largo Landings of Largo
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$1300. + util., F/L/S
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dock $1250. + util., F/L/S
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Handicapped accessible.
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boat ramp, clean, recently
upgraded. 786-218-0509
WATERFRONT
Marathon Small quiet mobile
home/RV park on canal with
direct access to Boot Key
Harbor has custom 2/2 modular
home $1300+elect., 1/1 Park
model $1000+elect., and 1/1
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From Film, 5B

first and best suggestion is
that they kill off each other's
bosses instead of each
knocking off his own.
Sounds like a good plan,
right?
The film features a great
cast, a sharp script and some
gross-out humor that may
have you wondering just how


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far the envelope can be
pushed and still earn a (well-
deserved) R rating. Think of
"Horrible Bosses" as a cross
between "9 to 5" and "Throw
Momma From The Train,"
but with the foul language
and vulgar humor of "The
Hangover." And like that last
one, don't get out of your seat
too early.
So will the dreadful boss-


es meet an untimely end?
What exactly is "wet work"?
Will anybody go to jail?
Who really answers those
creepy craigslist personal
ads? And does anyone actu-
ally eat Popsicles, bananas
and hot dogs like that?
You'll have to see the
film to find out. As long as
you're not easily offended, I
highly recommend it.


Come to Papa (at least

Events fill powerful legacy in Key West.
Events fill His zest for life, literary
a week for accomplishments and endur-
ing affection for the island he
Hemingway called home throughout the
1930s are to be commemorat-
Whether composing nov- ed July 19 through 24 during
els in his Whitehead Street the 31st annual Hemingway
writing studio or fishing for Days celebration.
big game in local waters, Scheduled events include
Pulitzer Prize-winning author a look-alike contest for
Ernest Hemingway left a stocky white-bearded men



LOBSTER BAKE

On The Beach
Every Wednesday starting at 7pm


Morada Bay Beach Caf6
MM 81.6
Breakfast 7-1 1am with Island Style
Benedicts Including Fresh Lobster & Crab
Bloody Mary's and Mimosas!
Lunch 11:30am - 4pm I Dinner 5-10pm
Wednesday thru Monday


his fest)
resembling Hemingway,
readings and book signing
by nationally acclaimed
authors, an awards ceremony
for the literary competition
directed by author and
Hemingway granddaughter
Lorian Hemingway, a com-
memoration of the 112th
anniversary of Ernest's July
21 birth, a one-man play
exploring the literary legend's
life and motivations, a muse-
um exhibit of rare
Hemingway memorabilia, a
zany running of the bulls and
a three-day marlin tourna-
ment.
During his Key West resi-
dence, Ernest Hemingway
wrote some of his most
enduring works and spent his
leisure hours fishing and
socializing with local and lit-
erary cohorts. Each year, fans
of his writing and exuberant
lifestyle come together for
Hemingway Days.
Events run the gamut,
from guided tours of his
home to a museum exhibit to
a 5K race, from an arm-
wrestling contest to special
showing of "The Old Man
and the Sea" at the Tropic
Cinema.
To find out about all the
events, go to
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HAPPY HOUR 4-6PM
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CAPTAIN'S DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY
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725 * Apt - Cond - 725 * Apt- Condo -
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ANNUAL RENTAL
MARATHON: 2br, 2-1/2ba
condo at Gulf Point. $1395/mo.
F/L/S. Reduced! Call Barbara
at CBSRE, 289-6499
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 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
1BDAPT
For 2 people. $980 incl util.
Dock privileges. Avail Aug 1.
305-743-8111
MARATHON 1 BR
EFFICIENCY
Fully furn, W/D. All utilities incl.
$800/mo F/L/S. Must have
good ref. 305-743-6098
MARATHON 2/1 half duplex.
$1,100, F/L/S. Fenced in,
remodeled. No pets.
Call Lela 395-0814 or email
lelas(coldwellbanker.com
MARATHON 2 BR, 1 BA.
Tiled, W/D, yard. Pets possible.
$1000/mo F/L/S.
305-395-1117
MARATHON Charming 2/1
on tropical canal setting. 950 sf.
$1400/mo includes utilities.
Call Andy, 561-212-3045

CA. CtLASFIRED 743 5561


MARATHON Clean,
comfortable travel trailer in
Keys RV. $695 + water &
electric. Free cable. F/L/S.
305-896-2915

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
Marathon Studio Aptw/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
MARATHON - Vaca Cut area.
Lrg effic., private entrance, frig,
micro, cable & until incl. 1 person
only, N/S, no pets. $800/mo F/L
$250 dep. 305-896-0280
MM 106 - Bayside Apt.,
1BD/1BA, Full kitchen.
Avail. now, $600 per mo.,
F/L. Spanish- 786-210-9114.
English -407-591-1498.
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
750
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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
VACATION PACKAGE
June 24- July 1st, only $700 for
up to 4 people (1BR& 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
Prnparty for Rent

Let's Make A Deal! 1000 sq ft
Condo unit4 rent, US 1, MTH.
Share or rent entire space.
305-731-1183 or 731-9751


CALL CLASSIFIED 743- S1


790 * BusiHun
Property for Rent

MARATHON 1250 ft. 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
Mrthn US 1 - 3 Spaces Avail.
1 st, 1500 sf; 2nd, 1000 sf, 3rd,
800 sf. All can be combined or
rent separate. $1/sf + util,
taxes & insur. 305-923-9542


REA ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for S4af

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


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1150
Power Boata


21' STARCRAFT 2003
MARINE DECK BOAT,
4 stroke, 150 hp, one owner,
garage kept, trailer.
$16,OO0 obo. (305) 785-4141
22'COBIAW/CABIN.
225 Yamaha, 1999. Trailer
included. $15,000 obo.
305-684-0033. Marathon.
23' CLASSIC MAKO
Center console.
Ready for repower.
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

CALL CASNSIRED 743. 651


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11510
Power Boats

2004 26FT. Twin Vee
Twin 115 Mercs. Ready to
go. New bottom paint. No
trailer. $14,500. Call Fred
754-235-5768.





PROKAT 222 WA CABIN
Hard top, twin Yamahas. Twin
Axel Trailer. Kept on boat lift.
$26,900.305-451-1566
1160
Sailboat
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

YAMAHA LF250BTXR
100 hours. Warranty to
June 2014. Two SS props.
Trading up to 300.
$14,000. Call 289-5986


1150
Power Boats


1180
Dock Rimtal/Saie

BOAT SLIP FOR RENT MM99
Ocean side. $10 ft. Up to40ft.
No liveaboard, Water &
Electric. (305) 942-3055
SUMMER MADNESS
SPECIAL
$400/mo plus tax and electric.
Dockside in Marathon.
305-743-0000
1190
Miscellanuous

1400 Used Lobster Traps.
(Need to be cleaned.) 20th St.,
Marathon. $8/ea or will wheel &
deal if you buy all. Se habla
Espanol. Call 727-326-2437
2000 "B" Lobster certificates
with brand new traps.
$125 ea.
Call (305) 522-4796
450 Lobster B certs, $100 ea.
Lobster boat - 34' Walkaround
Crusader with Lobster "C"
numbers. 2000 hours since
refurb/rebuilt, like new. Also
snapper/grouper, & kingfish
permits. 786-553-1541
AA Dave buys permits
So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark,
Sword, Tuna.
$$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869

ATTEN to?..um
All types of permits forsale!!
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.shiipsusa.com
CALL LASSIFIED 743-5%1


1150
Power Boats


1180
Miscellaneous


JET SKI LIFTS
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's for the price of 10!
Check with us 1 st! 731-3386
LOBSTER TAGS
(300 tags)
$110 each, OBO. Call
305-393-0822, Plantation Key
MTHN-Marine Storage: boats,
trailers, campers, any clean
storage OK on wheels. Best
rates in town. Check with us
first! Call Emil, 731-3386

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TRAWSPOmAiu

1350
Autm5 biles

Paradise Towing
is buying junked cars.
Call (305) 731-6540
1360 * Mowds
Motorcycles

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


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FOR SALE

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

* 17' Aclion Craft backcountry skiff
S25' Downeaster off shore center
console witower. 10' beam.

Call 305-852-2060


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