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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
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Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 09-10-2011
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .5B Living . . . . . . .4B Business . . . . . .5A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .4A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .5BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2011 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 10,2011 VOLUME 58,NO.73 25 CENTS Keys SundayOur green columnist takes a look at Upper Keys Habitat's ultra-efficient house, and FIRM prepares for Citizens Property Insurance Corp.meetings. C O N T E N T S 2 0 1 1 K E Y N O T E R P U B L I S H IN G C O .V O L .6 N O 4 5SEPTEMBER 11,2011 R e a l e st a teS e e w h a t s s e l lin g in t h e K e y s P a g e s 6 & 7G re e n so lu tio n sU p p e r K e y s H a b i t a t b u ild s e f f ic ie n t h o m e P a g e 5In s u ra n c eC it i z e n s P r o p e r t y r e p s c o m in g t o K e y W e s t P a g e 3 P rinte d o n 1 00% recycled n ew spr int PUBLISH ED BY: w w w .K eys N e t.com Key imagesGet outside and enjoy as slow season settles over the Keys.See more photos,Page 12 &KeysNet.com Dolphins roll Marathon High gets an easy 30-13 football win over Country Day,and next faces a tough test against University.Story, 1B In L'Attitudes The season opener at the Studios of Key West showcases the diverse talents at the artists'colony.Story, 6B 20 Days toSept. 30 Oct. 2 Suspect brought backThe only suspect in the Sept.2 homicide of a Key West man is now sitting in the Stock Island jail. Story, 2A10 years ago,the world weptAmerica's darkest day arrived 10 years ago Sunday in the form of four airplanes hijacked by terrorists intent on doing in this country. They killed some 3,000 people in New York City, Washington, D.C., and in a field in rural Pennsylvania, but they didn't kill Americans'resilience and ability to come together in times of tragedy. There are two official commemorations in the Keys on Sunday. In Islamorada, Islamorada Fire Rescue, along with Island Christian Church and the Matecumbe Methodist Church, hold a 9 a.m. service at Island Christian School's Family Life Center, mile marker 83.4 bayside. It'll feature bells ringing and presentations by Islamorada Fire Chief William Wagner and Lt. Glenn Taylor, and a complimentary breakfast starting at 7:30 a.m. courtesy of the Upper Keys Rotary. In Key West, the soon-tobe-opened Key West Firehouse Museum, Virginia and Grinnell streets, marks the attacks with a variety of events set for 6 p.m. They include two New York City firefighters who are coming down to present the Key West Fire Department with two pieces of the World Trade Center. There also will be a moment of silence and the viewing of a video that chronicles the creation and presentation of a Key West art memorial in New York City following the attacks. Additionally, Key West police Capt. Frank Sauer is in New York City marching at memorials this weekend with the New York Police Department's Pipes and Drums of the Emerald Society.Commemorations of the attacks planned for Islamorada, Key WestKeynoter Staff9/11:TEN YEARS LATER Keynoter photos by KEVIN WADLOWKey Largo library patrons are reminded of everyone who died in the Sept.11,2001,terror attacks by local artist Maureen Mo'Schneider's tribute (above),America's Heroes,Heaven's Angels.'Schneider labored more than eight months to burn the names of all the victims into the three-sided panel.The North Key Largo fire station off mile marker 106.5 features depictions (right) of the World Trade Center towers.The tower facing Reef Drive has 911' cut into it.The 343'faces the station,reminding firefighters of their 343 comrades killed in the towers'collapse. AfterSouth Towerfalls, they just killed my son'Thomas Cullen Jr. was in his office at Monroe County's Emergency Management Department the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. He learned of the terrorist attacks in New York City that day while at a doctor's appointment and rushed into work in time to watch as the South Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed. Terrorists had crashed a commercial airliner into it. "My first reaction was they just killed thousands of people. My second reaction was I think they just killed my son," Cullen Jr. recalls. Thomas Cullen III followed very closely in his father's footsteps. Both were New York City lifeguards and longtime volunteer firemen at the Point Breeze Fire Department in Queens. Cullen Jr. was a longtime attorney and his son was a political science major at Fordham University with an eye on law school. One day, Cullen III made a fateful decision. "He and I had a talk about being a fireman, and I said it's great to have all these grand jobs, but you should do what you want to do as long as you can afford to support your family," Cullen Jr. said. "He went and took the [New York] Fire Department test and decided that's what he was going to do and I give him a lot of credit for it. As smart as he was, he wouldFirefighter was on rescue day of attackBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com9/11:TEN YEARS LATER This is the last known photo of Thomas Cullen III,taken on Sept.8,2001,after fighting a fire in the Bronx.He died three days later,along with five other squad members, attempting to rescue victims from the South Tower of the World Trade Center.See Cullen,3ANiece's calls hurt'after sister-in-law perishesPat Clyne knew when he arrived at Ground Zero on Sept. 13, 2001, wearing his father's old Con Edison hardhat and carrying a shovel, that there was no way his sister-in-law Susan survived the terror attack two days prior. Charlie Clyne, Pat's brother, lived with his wife Susan and their four children in Lindenhurst, Long Island; she was a vice president at insurance firm Marsh and McClennan and commuted daily to her office on the 96th floor of the World Trade Center. "I watched the North tower fall and about two minutes later I got a call from my brother," said Pat Clyne, a retired vice president of the Mel Fisher treasure-hunting organization. "He didn't know yet that the tower had fallen. I had to tell him. That was very hard because he and I both knew that it was over. "I don't like using the word consolation,'but I think the plane hit the 103rd floor. We think it was probably over pretty quick. After seeing some of the atrocious video of people hanging on to windows knowing they had no place else to go but down we can be thankful, in a small part, knowing that it probably went quick for her." Susan Marie Dietrich Clyne, 42 at the time of her death, grew up in Queens; held degrees in finance, law and business; and met her husband on a blind date in 1985. They went on to have four children, twins Michael and Marie, and sons Kevin and Timothy. "They were only little kids when it happened," Pat Clyne said. "They couldn't understand at that age what was going on." During his two-day drive up the East Coast from Key West to New York, he remembered getting numerous phone calls from his niece Marie.As tower falls, Clyne knows she is goneBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com9/11:TEN YEARS LATER This is Susan Clyne with daughter Marie on vacation in Key West shortly before she died in the 2001 terror attacks.See Clyne,3A

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,September 10,2011 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.9481 SUN.9181 MON.9178 TUES.9181 Forecast: Expect partly sunny skies with a chance of thunderstorms. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming:South Beach,Key West.Smathers Beach,Key West.Sombrero Beach, Marathon.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes Keys Sunday and the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald. Keynoter mail subscriptions: $59.53 in Florida and $56.16 outof-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail. Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSSpeared turtle to be releasedStaff with the Turtle Hospital in Marathon plans to release Sara, a loggerhead sea turtle found shot in the head with a four-foot spear on Aug. 3, at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park, mile marker 40, at the foot of the Seven Mile Bridge. The reward for information leading to the conviction of the person who speared Sara is now $16,000, plus free services such as diving and fishing trips. Call 743-2552 with any information.CORRECTIONAn Aug. 17 story about a murder-suicide that claimed the life of former Marathon resident Leona Field contained incorrect information. The man Citrus County detectives say killed her before killing himself was Field's live-in tenant. Also, a Sept. 7 story about the death of Key Wester Brooks White did not include survivor information. He's survived by his father Robert B. White Sr. of Coral Gables, sister and brother-in-law Martha and James Hutchison of Wilmington, Del., two nieces and one nephew. BROWNRichardA.(Dick)Brown, age92,diedSaturday,August 22,2011inCollegevilleaftera briefillness. BornMay3rd,1919in Roxborough,PA,hewasthe SonofthelateJohnand Margaret(Tubbs)Brown.He attendedRoxboroughHigh School.Hewasemployedasa millwrightatSimpsonPaper Company.Heservedasa MotorMachinistMate3rdclass duringWWIIaboardtheU.S.S. Palawan(ARG-10)inthe Pacific,lateroccupyingSasebo Port,Japan.Mr.Brownwasa mastermechanicandcouldfix j ustaboutanything. BeforeretiringtotheFlorida Keys29yearsago,hewasa residentofLowerProvidence Townshipandamemberofthe LowerProvidenceBaptist Church.Hewasanavidhunter andfisherman.Heenjoyed beingwithhisfriendsand family,reading,painting,and carvingwereallinhisrepertoire Mr.Brownwasagreatstory tellerandhadagreatmemory ofallthejobshehadbefore settlingdownatthepapermill. Hewaspredeceasedbyhis lovingwifeof67years, LaVernaMaeBrown.Beloved FatherofSherryHeckof Phoenixville,andRick,Marian Hardt,Kevin,Todd,allofLower Providence.Admiredfriendof hisextendedKeysfamily, Renee&Don,Lisa&Mike, Mickey&Gene,Trish&Pete, Lorena&Fred,David,Carl,and Carol. Intermentwillbeprivatein theLowerProvidenceBaptist Cemetery. Memorialcontributionsmay bemadetotheAmerican CancerSocietyortoHospice Inspiris,700AmericanAvenue, Suite206,KingofPrussia,PA 19406. A ACIANCIOLOCarolAnnCianciolo,nee BarchofKeyLargoFL.Bornto NewLifeSeptember5,2011. Belovedwifeofthelate Dominic.Survivedbyherdear motherAnnaBarch.Her childrenKeith,Lucille(Matt) Whitaker,Deana(Jay) Jorgensen,Thomas(Anna), andJoseph,grandchildren DominicCianciolo,Jessicaand KailaJorgensen,andThomas CiancioloJr.Dearestsisterto Walter(Nancy)Barch(CT), Robert(Shirley)Barch(MI), Elaine(Robert)Artymovich (MI),andEdward(Diana) Barch(MI).Beloved sister-in-lawtoThomas (Marilyn)(TN),Marianne Weber(MI),Margaret(Joe) Slama(FL),Jim(Judy)(TX) andthelateJohnandPauline Ciancioloaswellasmany lovingniecesandnephews. Predeceasedbyherfather EdwardBarch.Carolwasborn toEdwardandAnnaBarchon September12,1945inDetroit, MI.MovedtoKeyLargoinJune 1973withherlatehusband Dominic.Carolbelievedin givingbacktohercommunity ShewasveryactivewithSt. JustinMartyrCatholicChurch, MarinersHospital,Community Bank,andtheDemocratic Party.ShewasGrandMarshall oftheKeyLargo2011St. PatricksDayParade.Herlove oflifeandpeoplewasclearly visibletoallwhoknewher.Her childrenkeptherinvolvedin youthactivitiessuchasBoy Scouts,GirlScouts,PTAofKey LargoSchoolandPalmer TrinitySchool(Miami),UKAA andAYSOsportstomentiona few.Shealsoestablishedthe DominicF.Cianciolo ScholarshipFundforcollege boundstudents.Shewasa memberoftheRedHatSociety andwasmadeanOfficial ConchoftheFLKeys.Shewas apillarinthecommunityand willsurelybemissed.The viewingwillbeheldatStJustin MartyrCatholicChurch, 105500OverseasHighway, KeyLargoonFriday, September9thfrom5p.m.to8 p.m.TheFuneralMassofthe Resurrectionwillbeheldon Saturday,September10that 12noonatSt.JustinMartyr.In lieuofflowers,donationsmay bemadetoMarinersHospital ChemotherapyClinicorSt. JustinMartyrCatholicChurch. RAIFSNIDERMichaelJoseph, age63 years,diedsuddenlyon Sunday,August28,2011in KeyLargo,Florida.Hewasa graduateofMiltonHershey HighSchool,Harrisburg PolytechnicInstitute,andwasa VietNamVeteranservingwith theAirForce.Michaelwasa LicensedSeaCaptainand spentmostofhislifeonthe water,especiallyenjoying teachingchildrennautical skills. Michaelwasthesonofthe lateShermanandVeronica (Chando)Raifsnider.Michael issurvivedbylongtime companionValerieGeiger,Key Largo,Fl.aswellassiblings ElaineHughes,widowof Kenneth,formerlyofPottstown, PA.,James,husbandofLinda (Prizer),andtheirchildren, HollyRaifsniderof Philadelphia,PaandDavid RaifsniderofPughtown,PA, andDeborah,wifeofDavid Mondik,Douglassville,Pa. Aprivatefuneralservice willbeheldontheseaoffthe coastofKeyLargo,Florida. Funeralarrangementsare beinghandledbythe Allen-BeyerFuneralHome, KeyLargo,Florida.Michael  s familywouldalsoliketo extendtheirgratitudeto CatagnusFuneralHome, Pottstown,PA. Thefamilyrequeststhat allwhoknewMichaeltakea momentandrememberhim forhisgentleandloving spirit. SailonCaptain...peaceful j ourney... RUSHNickyD.Rush Nov.23,1948-Aug.25,2011 NickyD.Rush,62,of Marathon,FL,passedaway Thursday,August25,2011in Marathon.Nickywasborn November23,1948inLaPorte, INtothelateByronPatRush andMaryJane(Finley)RushThompson.Hewasalso precededindeathbyone brother,MarkCharlesRushof KoontzLake,IN.Survivors includetwosons,JamesRush ofByron,ILandRandyRushof Rockford,IL;onegranddaughter,AshleyofRockford, IL;onesister,GingerJusticeof Elkhart,IN;andmanynieces, nephews,auntsanduncles. Nickywasa1966graduate ofOregon-DavisHighSchool. Hewasaformeremployeeof NIPSCOinLaPorte.Hemoved toFloridainthe1970sandwas employedbyHomeDepotfor thepasttenyears. Thefamilywouldliketo thankallofhisfriendsfortheir support,kindnessand friendshipovertheyears.Nicky wasoneofakind,slowto anger,tenderheartedand alwayshadasmileandkind wordforeveryone.Hewillbe trulymissed. InlovingmemoryofNicky,a memorialandcelebrationofhis lifewillbeheldonSaturday, September17,2011at12:00 Noon(CentralTime)atthe KoontzLakeMissionary Church,KoontzLake,IN. Cremationhastakenplace. WHITERobert BrooksŽ, Jr. 63, of Key West, FLpassed away September 3, 2011. He was born in New Rochelle, NY, and raised in Larchmont, NYand Coral Gables, FL. Brooks was the son of Mary and Robert B. White. He attended Duke University and earned a BAfrom St. Leos with a major in accounting. Brooks was an active member of the Key West community. He worked as a political consultant and owned and operated the National Campaign Supply Corp. Brooks helped to create the Key West AIDS Memorial. He enjoyed traveling and spending time with his friends and family. Brooks is predeceased by his sister Meme and his mother Mary White. He is survived by his father Robert B. White of Coral Gables and his sister Marti and her husband Jim Hutchison of Wilmington, DE, two nieces, Robin King and family of Durham, NC, and Lisa Hutchison of Providence, RI, nephew Jay Hutchison of Coral Gables, and Brooksgood friend Larry Spears of Key West. In lieu of flowers a donation may be made in his name to the charity of your choice. Funeral Service 11 AM Monday in the chapel of the First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables. Burial following the service will be private. Cop arrested for DUI Key West Police Officer Jose Fernandez has been put on administrative leave pending an internal investigation following his Friday morning arrest on drunkdriving charges. Police spokeswoman Alyson Crean said witnesses called the cops around 2 a.m. "when they saw Fernandez's black Jeep hit a parked car on the 400 block of Whitehead Street and drive away." Fernandez, who was off duty, was pulled over at Caroline and Duval streets, where fellow officers determined that he had been drinking. He's charged with three misdemeanors: Driving under the influence, driving under the influence with property damage, and hit and run on an unattended vehicle. Crean said Fernandez was hired in April 2002, and earns $62,673 annually. He has "several letters of commendation from the community" in his personnel file, as well as a 2008 written warning "relating to conduct," a 2009 reprimand and, from April of this year, "a reprimand that resulted in a four-day suspension relating to performance of duty and failure to obey orders." In that case, Fernandez has filed a grievance and has an arbitration hearing set for Sept. 30.Fernandez reportedly crashes JeepKeynoter StaffKEY WEST FERNANDEZMurder suspect now in Florida Keys jailTod Geofrey Helfrich, the prime suspect in the beating death of an elderly Key Wester, was brought back to the Florida Keys on Thursday to face charges but not yet murder connected to the death. Orlando police arrested Helfrich, 46, on Sept. 3 on a Monroe County warrant alleging probation violation. He was pulled over after a statewide alert was issued for Carl Eric Johanson's auto. Johanson was found bound and dead Sept. 2 in an apartment at the Henry Haskins Senior Citizen Plaza on Kennedy Drive. While in Orlando police custody, Key West police charged Helfrich with fraudulent use of a credit card, grand theft auto and theft stemming from his use of an auto, credit card and cell phone belonging to Johanson. Police spokeswoman Alyson Crean said detectives "think they met at 801," a popular Duval Street gay bar; "It may have been a day or two before." Police Chief Donie Lee says the crime scene suggested a brutal death although no cause has been released. Crean said investigators are trying to build a case against Helfrich before charging him in Johanson's death. "I think that the philosophy behind that is to build the best case possible before making the charges," she said. Assistant State Attorney Mark Wilson, who has been working with police on the case, said authorities are waiting on the results of forensic analysis being conducted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement "on an expedited basis." Helfrich served state prison time from Sept. 19, 1999, to Nov. 22, 2001, for a grand-theft conviction. He also was sentenced to supervised release. When arrested in Orlando driving Johanson's car, he was still on probation; that's where the probation-violation charge comes into play.But he's not yet charged with homicideCRIME FRONTBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com HELFRICHCuts made, more coming at Mosquito Control boardThe budget picture for the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District is slightly less bleak with $434,912 in identified reductions, and the possibility to save another $200,000 to $250,000. But as it stands, the agency still plans to spend about $2.6 million more than will be raised through property taxes. Going into a Thursday afternoon budget workshop in Key West, the spending plan for fiscal year 2011-12, beginning Oct. 1, totaled $12,384,687; revenues total $9.7 million, with $9 million of that being generated through countywide property tax assessments. Mosquito Control Board commissioners heard from district Executive Director Michael Doyle that many of the reductions comprising the newly identified $434,912 in savings were generated by employees through a Webbased "anonymous suggestion box." Doyle's three-year plan for the district involves dipping into reserve funds this budget cycle but building that fund up in coming years through continued operating reductions. "The reserves would continue to drop for the next year, less the following year and, with the 2012-13 budget, assuming all goes well with our savings, we'd start building the reserves up. We're not out of the woods by any means this year." Included in the cuts presented Thursday are:$25,000 by cutting overtime.$12,000 by eliminating a housing stipend for the five commissioners.$100,000 by not paying into a trust fund that covers worker's compensation and other claims lodged against the district.$187,310 from the repair and maintenance budget by putting off repairs at the district's Key West building and adjusting aircraft upkeep costs. For more on this story go to www.KeysNet.com/news .Doyle:Reserves will be built in three yearsMOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Patti Nickless, CRS, SFRBrokerAssociate(305) 304-6949Patti@BestKeysAgent.com 3606 Gulfstream St. Big Pine Key Scan to View Visual Tours Congratulations to the Buyers of this Big Pine Key home! Are you ready to Sell? Or Buy a piece of Keys Paradise? Call Patti Nickless, your Lower Keys Specialist in the #1 Office in the Lower Keys, or visit www.BestKeysAgent.com By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comFour facing lobster feloniesApparently spooked by a passing Mosquito Control aircraft, crewmen aboard a Marathon-based commercial lobster boat drew the attention of marine officers Sept. 2. An investigation ended with the arrest of all four on felony charges from a suspected trap-robbing trip north of the Seven Mile Bridge, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. "Our officers were working undercover on the water when they saw a boat the Classy Lady suddenly start moving and traveling in a zig-zag pattern," said Officer Bobby Dube, an FWC spokesman. "A[Florida Keys] Mosquito Control [District] aircraft flew overhead, and these guys seemed to think it was one of our FWC planes," Dube said. "That alerted our officers to them." Officers Bryan Fugate and Josh Peters kept an eye on the boat and moved in after they reported witnessing possible trap-robbing activity. The officers said the crewmen began dumping containers of lobster over the side of the boat, even after one of the officers had boarded the lobster boat. That resulted in felony evidence-tampering charges added to felony trapmolesting counts. "Some people believe that if they get rid of the lobster, they won't get charged for having a big number of lobster," Dube said. "They'll still get hit with a felony for interfering with an officer." Boat operator Nelson Rojas, 43; and crewmen Jesus Zuluago Carillo, 35; Maikel Martinez Alvarez, 31; and Raudel Rubio, 25, all of Marathon, were arrested. Twenty undersized lobster were seized.They thought skeeter plane was the FWCON THE WATERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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"She would get my brother's cell phone and she would call me and say, Uncle Pat, are you here yet? You've got to get here quick because Mommy hasn't been home and she hasn't changed her clothes, she hasn't had a shower yet; you've got to come up here and help us find her.'That hurt. She would get on the phone every two hours and tell me the same thing." The next day, the family went into the city, along with thousands of others, to search for any sign that their loved ones somehow escaped the attack. "We posted pictures of her all over subways and on the street and everything," Clyne said. "There were literally tens of thousands of pictures in subways, stores, all along the city streets. We went and checked out all of the hospitals. There were lines and lines and lines of people. It was just a big mess." Susan, along with more than 2,600 others, died at the World Trade Center. "I've got to give credit to my brother," Clyne said. "He's done a fabulous job raising those kids. I'm extremely proud of all the kids." The oldest, twins Michael and Marie, are seniors at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Hartford, respectively. Kevin is a junior at Fordham University and Tim is in high school. Clyne discussed how Marie, 21, has turned her grief in to a positive, studying psychology and working as a counselor for children that, like her, were affected by terror attacks. She interns at a camp for children who also lost family, Tuesday's Children; appeared Friday morning on ABC's "The View;" has been featured on CBS News and "The Oprah Winfrey Show:" and appears in this month's edition of Redbook. The family has set up the Susan M. Clyne Foundation Fund, which has raised more than $1 million to install computer labs in Long Island schools and at the Touro College Law Center, her alma mater, perpetuating Susan's love of technology. Back at Ground Zero, Pat Clyne vividly described a scene "in my mind I still see." "That night" after arriving in New York, "I don't know what I was thinking, but I packed up a backpack and brought a shovel and other tools and I went in to the city. I ended up right at Ground Zero. It was still burning." He sat "amazed" on a stack of plywood watching two firefighters spray water from a cherry picker into the rubble when "the thing erupted like a volcano," engulfing the responders, who had to be quickly moved to safety. "It was just these huge piles of rubble on top of piles of rubble with fires coming out from all sides. I reached the realization there was nothing I was going to do with a little shovel." Saturday,September 10,2011 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com ATTENTION MONROE REGISTERED VOTERSHas your signature changed?If your signature has changed since the last time you signed a voter registration form,you should update your signature. This must be done by completing a Voter Registration Form. Forms may be obtained at Libraries,Municipal City Halls, Driver License Offices,State Public Assistance and Disability Offices,Armed Services Recruitment Offices or by calling the Monroe County Elections Department at 305-292-3416,453-8740,or 289-6017Have you moved?If you have moved,changing your address is now easier than ever...Changes of address may now be done by phone,fax or email.You must include your full name,new address and date of birth. Simply call the Elections Department at 305-292-3416, 453-8740,or 289-6017,email:info@keys-elections.org or Fax:305-292-3406.2011 Election Dates to RememberElection DateVoter Registration Book Closing Date City of Layton ElectionOctober 11,2011 November 8,2011Harry L.Sawyer,Jr. Supervisor of Electionswww .keys-elections.org ELECTORES DEL CONDADO DE MONROE: ATENCIN Ha cambiado su firma?Si su firma ha cambiado desde la œltima vez que firm— un formulario de inscripci—n electoral,debe actualizarla.Para hacerlo,debe rellenar un formulario de inscripci—n electoral. Los formularios se pueden conseguir en las bibliotecas,los ayuntamientos municipales,las oficinas de las licencias de conducci—n,las oficinas estatales de asistencia pœblica,las oficinas para discapacitados y las oficinas de reclutamiento de las Fuerzas Armadas o con s—lo llamar al Departamento de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe por el 305-292-3416, 453-8740,289-6017.Se ha mudado?Si se ha mudado,cambiar su direcci—n hoy en d’a es mucho m‡s f‡cil que antes ya que se puede hacer por telŽfono,fax o correo electr—nico.Debe incluir su nombre y apellido, direcci—n nueva y fecha de nacimiento. Sencillamente,comun’quese con el Departamento de Elecciones por el 305-292-3416,453-8740,289-6017 por correo electr—nico en el info@keys-elections.org o por fax por el 305-292-3406.Fechas electorales del 2011 para tener presenteFecha de las eleccionesFecha en que cierran los librosde inscripci—n electoralElecci—n de la Ciudad de LaytonEl 11 de octubre del 2011El 8 de noviembre del 2011Harry L.Sawyer,Jr. Supervisor of Electionswww .keys-elections.org Published Keynoter 9/10/11 Family Fun Day! mm 59 Grassy Key www.dolphins.org 289-1121DOLPHINRESEARCHCENTERFree Admission for Florida Keys Residents Saturday, September 10 € 9 am 4:30 pmWatch dolphins in action € Splash in the Sprayground Special activities for Kids! Fun for all ages! Just huge piles of rubble'From Clyne,1A have potentially done better as a firefighter than a lawyer. He would have moved up the ranks pretty quick up there," he said. Cullen III was assigned to Engine 290 in Brooklyn in 1996, the year before his father moved to the Florida Keys and became a volunteer with the Tavernier Fire Department and a county Emergency Management staffer. Five years later, on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Cullen III reported to the South Tower as a member of special operations Squad 41. He was with five members of the squad who entered the building and, as best as anyone can surmise, was conducting a rescue mission near an elevator shaft on the 20th floor or so. All six died that morning. "Out of 343 firefighters killed that day, 128 have still not been found and that includes my son," Cullen Jr. said. Cullen Jr. immediately reserved a rental car after watching the attacks. "I said, If I don't hear from him by tomorrow morning, I'm out of here.'I took off the next morning and wound up driving straight through," he said. Cullen Jr. pulled some strings with a firefighter friend who was able to get him to Ground Zero. "I had to promise him I would not go on the pile and do rescue work. I went down and saw for myself what I wanted to see, said my prayers, and got back home some time later that evening," he said. Cullen Jr. would remain in New York with his son's wife and young son for weeks, waiting to hear if his body was found. He remembers being grateful to fellow Monroe County employees, who lined up to donate leave time that he was running out of. The family held a memorial for Cullen III on Oct. 5, 2001, and Cullen Jr. returned shortly thereafter to the Keys. He heard nothing about his son until around March 2002, near St. Patrick's Day. Authorities found tools and teeth in the remains by the elevator shaft near the 20th floor. But it was a piece from a belt that Cullen Jr. had given his son that let him know he was really gone. "He was known to wear that belt every day he worked," Cullen Jr. said. Cullen Jr. lives near Knoxville, Tenn., these days. He's still active in fire rescue training, particularly collapsed and confined spaces. "We always said after he was on the job for a while, we'd go around teaching stuff. I'm just following through on what he wanted to do," he said. Thomas Cullen IVrecently turned 12 years old. His mother is remarried now, to a New York City fireman. Cullen Jr. said he sees them both as least twice a year. "We'll talk on the 11th," he said. "It's something that's with us and that's the way it is."Belt is confirmationFrom Cullen,1ASnorkeler dies off MarathonAsnorkeling trip to Sombrero Reef off Marathon ended in the death of a local man Thursday. Robert Tyson, 57, of Marathon was snorkeling from a private boat at the popular spot when he apparently fell unconscious and was pulled aboard a Seadog Charters boat, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Despite rescue attempts by the Seadog crew and an ambulance crew on shore, Tyson was pronounced dead upon arrival at Fishermen's Hospital. No cause of death was determined. An autopsy at the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office is scheduled today. Tyson apparently is the 10th person to die in Florida Keys waters as the result of a diving or snorkeling accident in 2011. Tyson's girlfriend, Colleen Bartkovich of San Antonio, Texas, told Deputy Sydney Whitehouse she lost track of her companion while they were both in the water. She boarded their boat after snorkeling but did not see him. Soon, the operator of another boat, James Melley, came alongside and told her Tyson was being carried to shore by the Seadog boat. Since Bartkovich could not operate their boat, Melley navigated it back to port in Marathon.He's the 10th dive,snorkel death of yearKeynoter StaffMIDDLE KEYSGastesi: More can be slashedMonroe County commissioners Wednesday OK'd merging departments to cut costs and approved the coming year's property tax rate. Commissioners unanimously approved Administrator Roman Gastesi's suggestion to merge the Engineering and Project Management departments into the Public Works division and eliminate two senior directors to save about $200,000. Meeting in Key Largo for a public hearing, the commissioners also approved a property tax rate of $4.22 per $1,000 of assessed property value. That's 3.9 percent less than the rate that would generate the same revenue as this year. The tax rate could go even lower. Gastesi said on Thursday that the $78.7 million budget will be cut at least $600,000 more, with re-allocation of some grant funds. That would make the tax rate $4.19. Most of the discussion among commissioners at Wednesday's hearing centered on employee raises. Commissioners could not agree on across-the-board 5percent raises as Gastesi initially proposed. He said on Thursday he'll bring cost breakdowns to the board's next budget meeting based on differing raises: County firefighters would get no raises; employees in the state's retirement options program would get 2 percent raises; employees who received raises in the past three years would get 3 percent raises; and those who did not get raises in that time would get 5 percent raises. Commissioner Sylvia Murphy lobbied hard for the 5 percent raises across the board, saying it would amount to a pay increase of only 2 percent because government employees must now contribute 3 percent toward their state retirement. Previously, they didn't contribute anything. "Three plus two still equals five," Commissioner Kim Wigington said. "It's time we start thinking about all the people who make this a damn good place to live," Murphy said. Wigington and Commissioner George Neugent have opposed pay increases in a struggling economy. Commissioner David Rice said he's "philosophically opposed to across-the-board raises." The next county budget hearing is 5 p.m. Monday at the Marathon Government Center. The final hearing will be Thursday at the Harvey Government Center in Key West.MONROE COUNTY KEYSRECYCLING We buy ALL scrap metals Mon. Fri. 8 am to 4:30 pm Sat. 9 am to Noon1280 107th Street Marathon, FL 33050 (305) 587-3993 LC# 47161-106485 By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comAdministrator: Expect $600,000 more to be cut

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Opinion & EditorialSaturday,September 10,2011 Florida Keys Keynoter 4A Letters of local interest are welcome,but subject to editing and condensing.There is a 400-word limit.Letters thanking an indiv idual are welcome.Space does not permit publication of thank-you letters consisting of lists.Letters must be signed.Anonymous letters will not be published.Include a daytime phone number (which will not be published) where you may be reached if there are questions about your correspondence. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Melanie Elder . . . . . . . . . . .Marketing Director Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2011 Keynoter Publishing Co. Photo courtesy MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARYThis home sat in Ocean Park Village,in Tavernier around Harry Harris Park,when this photo was taken in 1965.The unusual architectural style is rarely seen today but similar structures do exist,such as at the Reef at Marathon resort. The former Buccaneer Resort,now Tranquility Bay in Marathon,had the same design.CELEBRATING OUR PAST EDITORIALSawyer correct to join lawsuitLETTERS TO THE EDITORSpeak up on insuranceThere are two important meetings next week concerning windstorm insurance. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation has scheduled a hearing on rate increases proposed by Citizens Property Insurance Corp. on Sept. 13 at 4 p.m. in Tampa. Citizens will be holding a policyholders meeting on Sept 14. at the Harvey Government Center at 1200 Truman Ave. in Key West from 5 to 7 or 7:30 p.m. Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe suggests all policyholders attend the Sept. 14 meeting in Key West to inform Citizens officials of any concerns they have regarding their insurance, mitigation credits, mitigation inspection, etc. If you can, attend the Tampa meeting, too (4 p.m. at the Tampa Convention Center). Monroe County residents and businesses paid $73.5 million in premiums to Citizens Property Insurance Corp. in 2010, so even a 10 percent increase takes $7.3 million dollars from the county residents. The proposed 2012 indicated rate change for most Keys residents is about 120.6 percent; however, the temporary state cap of 10 percent will keep the rise to approximately 12.5 percent, including a provision for the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund buildup For class-rated condos, the increase would be 92.7 to 127.4 percent, but the state cap will keep the final billed rate to about 13.2 percent. Business indicated rate change varies from 134.3 to 178.9 percent, with about a 10 percent mandated maximum increase. Please remember, these state-mandated caps are an issue the Legislature continues to debate. Some legislators are seeking to increase this annually, and for one type of Citizens insurance, the last Legislature allowed a substantial increase. Annalise Mannix Executive director FIRM, Key WestWhere's the anger?Where is the anger at our government? The local and national governments are spending money they don't need. The president takes a trip to Martha's Vineyard and the taxpayers pay for it while we suffer gas prices too high. They're not doing anything about that and government is buying cars for police to use as their personal cars. They buy with taxpayers'money and don't get full use of the cars and trucks before buying new ones every year. They use scare tactics to scare us while doing nothing but spending and more spending and getting nothing done. We need to cut in all departments. I could go on and on but you all get the picture, so I ask: Where is the anger at our corrupt government? Chris Dennis MarathonOpen up with kidsThe Chicago Tribune 's report of 15 students suspended from Naperville (Ill.) North High School for drinking until 5 a.m. on the morning school started on Aug. 17 some of them still intoxicated for the opening bell paints a poignant, if problematic, picture of teens and alcohol. Research from Students Against Destructive Decisions and Liberty Mutual Insurance reveals that 63 percent of middle and high school students have used alcohol and that by 12th grade, about three in four are drinking. So where were the parents of these kids? Some were likely unaware (reality gap) and others may have figured there was nothing they could do about it (myth of inevitability), while a few perhaps aided and abetted the crime (a scenario frequently reported by young drinkers). "What's the harm as long as they're not driving?" such parents often ask. Where to start? Accidents? Incidents of violence? Unplanned sexual activity? Drownings? Acute alcohol poisoning? Regardless, many underage drinkers are driving. The data show that 13 percent of teen drivers say they have driven after drinking alcohol (15 percent say they have done so after using marijuana; and 7 percent report the same regarding prescription drugs used illegally). But there is a silver lining: Almost two decades of research reminds us of just how influential mom and dad are in the choices their teenagers make. Unfortunately, the same research reveals a fault line in those relationships during the critical developmental phase known as adolescence, when young people need their parents more than at any time during the lifespan other than early infancy. The culprit? Lack of sustained, open and honest dialogue around the issues young people themselves rate as most troubling including impaired driving. Not surprisingly, nearly one in five teens say that their parents have never spoken with them about driving safety. And sadly, many parents who try meet resistance in the form of dishonesty. Given that automobile crashes account for thousands of teen deaths annually, it's imperative to begin the school year with some clear conversations about rules of the road for them and for us. It's time to start talking, for we have miles to go before we sleep. Stephen Wallace Boston, Mass. Editor's note: The letter writer is senior advisor for policy, research and education at Students Against Destructive Decisions, which is based in Marlborough, Mass.Florida Keys election supervisor realizes Florida's new voting laws will restrict voter accessWe salute Monroe County Elections Supervisor Harry Sawyer Jr., who has added his name to the list of good-government advocates battling in court over Florida's new more restrictive election laws. As reported in the Aug. 31 Keynoter Sawyer has joined others asking the federal courts to intervene over laws passed this spring that reduce the number of early-voting days, impose stricter rules for voter-registration drives and limit change-ofaddress voting procedures. Those rules are already being enforced in 62 counties but not Monroe County and four others, where the U.S. Department of Justice has oversight over changes in local or state voting laws due to past discrimination. "Early voting is a hit throughout Florida," Sawyer says. "The voters like it and Monroe County does very well with it." The Republican office holder, defying his own party bosses who pushed for the restrictive new rules, says: "I've always been very clear about my stand on this law. This is for the voters. It's not about politics." Alas, too few office holders in Florida embrace that same core principal witness the foot dragging on new legislative and congressional district maps and the restrictive new voting laws rammed through by the Republican majorities in Florida's House and Senate.10 years later, we still mournWhen Sunday arrives, the families and friends of some 3,000 people who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks will relive that horrible day. Millions across the world will, too, but the 10year anniversary of the most deadly attack on U.S. soil will be especially difficult for the loved ones of those who died. On Page 1 of today's Keynoter reporters Ryan McCarthy and Sean Kinney introduce you to two of those people: Pat Clyne of Key West, whose sister-in-law died in the North Tower of the World Trade Center, and Thomas Cullen Jr., a former Keys Emergency Management official whose firefighter son died in the South Tower. Their words matter-of-factly but painfully remind us of how precious life is and how quickly it can be gone, and of an episode in U.S. history that has gone down as America's darkest day. We mourn with them, and we mourn for all who lost a piece of themselves that day.New federal rules bolstersame-sex couples'rightsSame-sex couples and other domestic partners are gaining more control over what happens to their mates in the hospital under federal guidelines issued this week. Hospitals should not bar domestic partners from visiting their mates unless there is a medical reason, and partners should not be required to produce documents to prove their relationship, the guidelines state. Also, if patients are incapacitated, hospitals should not deny domestic partners from being decision-makers, although they may have to prove they are healthcare surrogates. Couples in South Florida's large gay population have had recurring problems with the healthcare system, although they have seen more tolerance in recent years, said Tony Plakas, chief executive of Compass, a gay and lesbian community center in Lake Worth. "This is a good step forward for gay rights," Plakas said. "There's no reason a same-sex couple should be treated differently than a married couple in the hospital." President Obama ordered the expanded rights last year in response to the 2007 case of a cruise tourist who was blocked from seeing her lesbian partner for more than eight hours at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. The woman had a power of attorney faxed to the hospital, but she still was denied access. The new guidelines tell 6,150 U.S. hospitals that they could lose the right to treat Medicare patients if they discriminate against same-sex and unmarried couples. Many hospitals in Florida and the nation changed their practices after the Miami case arose. "Most hospitals follow the policy where they do what the patient wants," said Linda Quick, president of the South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association. But gay and lesbian advocates said the new rules will not guarantee fair treatment. For one thing, Florida does not recognize civil unions, which may make it harder for unmarried couples to prove their legal standing. Couples in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties can register as domestic partners, strengthening their case. Advocates urged unmarried couples to fill out documents naming each other as healthcare surrogates and granting power of attorney. "Is this strong enough to ensure there will never be discrimination against same-sex couples? Of course not. But this should be a powerful statement," said Tara Borelli, an attorney for Lambda Legal, a nonprofit group that sued Jackson in the 2007 case. Obama's order in April 2010 led to new federal rules that took effect in January. This week's guidance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services spelled out the details more clearly:Visitation: Patients can state or make a list of who they want to have visit. Hospitals must honor those wishes unless there are medical or other reasons. If the patient is unconscious, the patient's surrogate can decide on visitors.Medical decisions: Hospitals should let health surrogates make medical decisions for an incapacitated patient unless state law requires otherwise.Surrogates: If a person says he or she is the patient's domestic partner or surrogate, hospitals should treat them as such. Officials should demand written proof only if someone disputes the claim. Hospitals should respect surrogate documents that the patient has signed, unless state law conflicts. Problems could arise in states like Florida that do not recognize gay marriages, civil unions or domestic partnerships, or for people who travel to those states, said Tom Sullivan, deputy director of the Human Rights Campaign, a national advocacy group. Without official status for unmarried partners, hospitals may favor family members to be surrogates, he said.Hospitals must allow more accessMiami HeraldHEALTH CARE www.keysnet.com

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Prompted by angry cries from sinkhole policyholders who face rate hikes of up to 2,200 percent, Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will convene Monday in a special meeting to consider phasing in the rates over time to give some homeowners a break, the company said Thursday. Newly appointed Chairman Carlos Lacasa has scheduled a teleconference for Monday during which Citizens board members will discuss whether to phase in the actuarially sound but in some cases stunningly steep sinkhole premium increases required by lawmakers earlier this year with the passage of SB 408. The rate hikes, announced in July, have prompted a storm of protest from the customers of the state-backed insurer, which is now the state's largest property insurer with more than 1.4 million policies. Citizens officials have said repeatedly that sinkhole claims are threatening the company, its policyholders, and maybe the state's residents, who back the company and would bail it out in the event of failure. Last year, the company collected $32 million in sinkhole premium, but paid out nearly $250 million in claims. The proposed sinkhole coverage increases range from no increase in some areas of the state to an average increase of 2,226 percent in the Orlando area. Statewide, the proposed sinkhole premium increase is nearly 450 percent. On Monday, the board will meet to discuss the pending rates and whether the sinkhole portions could be phased in. Christine Ashburn, Citizens' director of legislative and external affairs, said the agency will have a slate of options by Monday's meeting. Citizens is holding a public hearing on Tuesday in Tampa, a region that has seen a spike in sinkhole claims and would experience some of the biggest increases. The company wants to be able to put something forward before that hearing, Ashburn said. Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe's executive director, Annalise Mannix, is planning to attend the Tampa hearing, and she's hoping to recruit Keys policyholders to go along or send letters of comment. While the sinkhole rates will likely dominate that event, Mannix wants to make sure the Keys are represented whenever rate increases are the topic du jour. Mannix can be reached at 797-0463 or amannix@aol.com. Mannix also wants policyholders to turn out Wednesday in Key West, for a 5 p.m. policyholders'meeting set by Citizens. The lessformal event is scheduled to last two hours at the Harvey Government Center, 1200 Truman Ave. Ashburn said Citizens will be represented in Key West by Susanne Murphy, chief administration officer, and Steve Bitar, senior director of consumer and agent services. Policyholders who need one-on-one help with specific issues will be able to talk to one of the consumer representatives who are also traveling to Key West, Ashburn said. Mannix said she's asking Citizens'representatives to talk about a variety of things at the Key West session, including how the company determines its rates, a breakdown of where customer's premiums go and how the company believes it can reduce its policyholder ranks. Another hot topic will likely be mitigation credits and the company's reinspection program. Critics of the rate hikes include Sen. Mike Fasano, RNew Port Richey, and Sean Shaw, a former insurance consumer advocate within the Department of Financial Services. Shaw, who now works for a Tampa law firm that handles sinkhole cases, formed a group called Policyholders of Florida to fight the hikes. "The policyholders of Florida delivered a major wake up call to Citizens Property Insurance following their unanimous support of outrageous sinkhole rate hikes at their previous meeting," Shaw said in a statement. "It's great to see that they are now reconsidering, but this won't silence our efforts." Keys Sunday editor Karen Quist contributed to this report. Saturday,September 10,2011 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO REGISTERED VOTERSPre-election test of the automatic tabulating equipment for the October 4, 2011, City of Key West General Elections, as required by Florida Statute 101.5612, will be held at the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections office at 530 Whitehead Street, Suite 101, in Key West, on September 13, 2011, at 10:30 a.m.A VISO PBLICO AVISO ALOS ELECTORES INSCRITOS Conforme a lo dispuesto en el Estatuto 101.5612 de la Florida, la prueba del equipo de tabulaci—n autom‡tica anterior a las Elecciones Generales en la Ciudad de Cayo Hueso del 4 de octubre del 2011, se celebrar‡ en la oficina del Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe en el 530 Whitehead Street, Suite 101, Cayo Hueso, 13 de septiembre del 2011, a las 10:30 a.m.Cheryl Smith, MMC, CPM City ClerkPublished Keynoter 9/10/11 Vote by Mail / Absentee Ballots Are Now Being Mailed.The elections office has started mailing the Vote by Mail Ballots for the October 4, 2011 election. If you have requested a ballot be mailed to you and you have not received your ballot, please call the Supervisor of Elections offices at 305.292.3416, 305.289.6017, or 305.852.7106. You may still request a Vote by Mail Ballot. For your request to be complete the following information is needed: the voter's name, address, date of birth, address where the ballot should be mailed, and signature if the request is in writing. Please include your daytime phone with your request.You may call the office with your request at: 305.292.3416, 305.289.6017, or 305.852.7106. Email requests may be sent to info@keys-elections.or g Request forabsentee ballot to be mailed must be received priorto 5:00 p.m. September28, 2011. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor of Elections 530 Whitehead Street #101 Key West, Florida 33040-6577Vote por correo / Ya se est‡n enviando las boletas para electores ausentes.La oficina de elecciones ha comenzado a enviar por correo las boletas para votar por v’a postal para las elecciones del 4 de Octubre del 2011. Si usted ha solicitado que se le env’e por correo una boleta y no la ha recibido aœn, por favor, llame a las oficinas del Supervisor de Elecciones por el 305.292.3416, el 305.289.6017 o el 305.852.7106. Usted aœn puede solicitar una boleta para votar por correo. Para que estŽ completa su solicitud, se necesitan los datos siguientes: el nombre completo del elector, su direcci—n, su fecha de nacimiento, la direcci—n a la cual ha de enviarse por correo la boleta y su firma si la solicitud se hace por escrito. S’rvase incluir su nœmero telef—nico diurno juntamente con su solicitud. Usted puede llamar a la oficina con su solicitud por el 305.292.3416, el 305.289.6017 o el 305.852.7106. Se pueden enviar solicitudes por correo electr—nico a info@keys-elections.or g Para poderenviarporcorreo las boletas para electores ausentes, es necesario que la solicitud estŽ en nuestro podera m‡s tardarpara las 5 p.m. del 28 de Septiembre del 2011. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor de Elecciones 530 Whitehead Street #101 Key West, Florida 33040-6577Published Keynoter 9-10-11 BusinessInsurer may phase in sinkhole rate hikesProposal comes ahead of hearing set for TampaBy MICHAEL PELTIERThe News Service of FloridaCITIZENS PROPERTY INSURANCEMariners adding chemoMariners Hospital in Tavernier will begin providing medical oncology services this fall, the hospital announced earlier this week. "Cancer touches the lives of so many in our community. For too many years, Keys residents have had to undergo the grueling drive to Miami to receive chemotherapy infusions," Chief Executive Officer Rick Freeburg was quoted as saying in a news release announcing the addition. "With our addition of oncology services, Mariners will replace that draining drive with hometown caring in a comfortable environment. Patients will be able to receive their chemotherapy infusions right here at Mariners and preserve their energy for healing and recovery." Jean Santaguida, an advanced practice nurse, will head the oncology services nursing team. Team members are registered nurses who participated in an intensive two-day national oncology chemotherapy and biotherapy course in up-to-date chemotherapy and biotherapy administration procedures, types of chemotherapy as well as symptom and pain management. Oncology services will be provided in Suite 105 in the Tassell Building, on the hospital's campus at mile marker 91.5. Mariners Hospital is part of Baptist Health South Florida, the area's largest faith-based, not-for-profit health care organization. Oncology service will be available at hospital in fallHEALTH CARE

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6A Saturday,September 10,2011 22716 PrivateerDr. Cudjoe Key JUST SOLD!Another one of Dianes listing on Cudjoe Key JUSTSOLD! Diane has $5+ Million Pending and Sold $12+ Million When you are ready to talk to a Consistent Top Producer about listing or buying a home dont hesitate to call Diane, she is available 7 days a week. Visit her website at www .DianeCorliss.com 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR¨(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com The mosquito that spreads dengue is a containerbreeding mosquito and lives in close proximity to people-in and around homes. Make sure to keep buckets, coolers and toys turned over so not to collect water. Preventing dengue is a community effort. Tip of the WeekFor more tips and current information go to:www.keysmosquito.org or call 305-292-7190 THETIMEISNOW Become a non-smoker $125 Total Cost Get motivated to lose weight & stay motivated!#203 Town Square Mall Marathon 289-2008 3706 B N.Roosevelt Blvd.Key West 294-1277Timothy Kelly,LCSW HypnotistMember of the Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis THE TIME Candidates questioned Sept. 21The Hometown Political Action Committee of Key West is hosting a candidate forum on Sept. 21 for those seeking election to the City Commission and the Utility Board of Key West. It's scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. at the Conch Flyer Restaurant, on the second floor of the terminal at Key West International Airport. Candidates for mayor are incumbent Craig Cates, Carie Noda and Margaret Romero. The mayoral term is two years. Candidates for City Commission District 4 are Julio Avael and Tony Yaniz; incumbent Barry Gibson is running to be Monroe County's elections supervisor. Candidates for the Utility Board, which sets policy for Keys Energy Services, are Ty Symroski (incumbent) for Group 2 and Charles Bradford (incumbent) and Tony Estenoz for Group 5. Panelists questioning the candidates will be Wayne Markham, publisher of the Keynoter ; Rebecca Tomlinson, executive director of the Key West Business Guild; and Mark Songer, president of Last Stand. Free parking is available after 5 p.m. in the airport employees'lot on the second level. Or you can park in the two-hour lot and get your parking ticket validated at the restaurant.Hometown PAC hosts event at the airportKEY WESTCouncil OKs budget at first hearingAs expected, the Marathon City Council approved a tentative 2011-12 budget in short order during its first public budget hearing Thursday. Finance Director Peter Rosasco gave a short budget summary and the council approved the same 1.9999 property tax rate it originally OK'd on July 21. The 1.9999 tax rate is 3.41 percent under the rollback rate of 2.0705. Rollback is the tax rate necessary to generate the same amount of property taxes as the current fiscal year. This year's tax rate is 1.8458. At the 1.9999 rate, the owner of a $300,000 home in Marathon would pay $599 in property taxes in the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1. The city proposes to use $433,000 in reserves to achieve the 1.9999 tax rate and would be left with roughly $4.1 million for expenses. Rosasco told the council that would leave the city with 46.7 percent of its $8.8 million operating budget on hand in case of emergency. "We try to target 50 percent, but 46.7 [percent] we feel is an appropriate level this year, another challenging year for all governments. It allows us to reduce the burden on taxpayers in our community," he said. The city's total budget is $42.27 million. That includes a $6.67 million special revenue budget, $975,648 for debt service and $25.83 million in enterprise funds. Rosasco pointed out that fire rescue (31 percent) and police services (16.2 percent) make up 47.2 percent of the city's overall operating budget. Parks and Recreation is the third largest expense at 11.8 percent. The city's three enterprise funds marina, stormwater and wastewater are not paid for with tax dollars, but rather with fees. The capital infrastructure fund includes funding for two-thirds the cost of the roughly $1.1 million Grassy Key fire station, as well as money for preliminary plans for a new City Hall and a splash park, baseball field and fence refurbishments at the current City Hall events field. Rosasco noted the steep decline in property tax base in Marathon since 2008. City properties were valued at $2.91 billion in 2008 and fell to just $1.83 billion in 2011. "These last years we've had to focus on keeping our budget at a bare minimum. We've been able to do that and exceed rollback each year," he said. The city's second and final budget hearing is scheduled for Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Marathon Government Center.Reserves used to keep the tax rate lowMARATHONBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSharks could get their own tagSharks taken from Florida waters may deserve their own trophy tag, state fishery managers said Thursday. In giving tentative approval to adding four new shark species to the state's no-take list, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission told agency staff to consider creating a tag in order to keep a big shark. As suggested, the shark tag could be similar to tarpon tag, a special $50-per-fish requirement for any tarpon harvested for mounting or potential record submissions. The tag was introduced for tarpon to limit senseless killing of the large game fish, which is generally not considered a food fish. Sharks are more edible, but the numbers of large sharks have dropped sharply in recent years, according to biologists. At Thursday's FWC meeting in Naples, board members agreed to move a no-take rule for tiger sharks and three species of big hammerhead sharks (great, smooth and scalloped) forward. Final action on adding the four shark species to the list of 22 sharks already protected from harvest will be scheduled for a Nov. 16-17 meeting in Key Largo. FWC Chairwoman Kathy Barco said, "We recognize that maintaining healthy shark populations is critical to the sustainability of our marine ecosystem." Florida has protected big sharks since 1992 with low bag limits and a ban on shark-finning, in addition to the closed shark species. Agency staff also was urged to contact fishing groups and conservation organizations "to develop an educational campaign highlighting proper fishing and handling techniques when catching and releasing sharks." Several Florida Keys waterfront operations have enrolled in the Shark-Free Marina Initiative, a campaign endorsed by noted artist and marine biologist Guy Harvey, that asks customers not to land any big sharks at their facility. The Tavernier Creek Marina is among the Shark-Free operations. In other action by the FWC this week, the agency:Approved draft rules to open the spotted sea trout fishery to recreational anglers year-around. The season currently closes in November and December in South Florida. In the Florida Keys, sea trout generally are Gulf of Mexico species. Population estimates of spotted seat rout have "exceeded goals," according to the FWC. A final decision will be made at the November meeting in the Keys.The management of octocoral harvest in federal waters a practice essentially limited to commercial aquarium-supply industry will be taken over by state fishery managers. Live-fish collectors in the Keys generally support the action.The goal is limiting take of the speciesKEYS FISHERIESBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comThree to manage homeless shelterCome Oct. 1, management of the Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter on Stock Island will be handed off to a consortium of three socialservice providers, giving Key West officials time to issue a request for proposals seeking a long-term manager. Operational duties of the facility, which regularly houses around 150 homeless men and women, will be split between the Guidance Care Center of the Florida Keys, St. Mary Star of the Sea Outreach Mission and Samuel's House. Since October 2004, KOTS, on the grounds of the Sheriff's Office headquarters, has been run the Florida Keys Outreach Coalition, funded annually by about $400,000 from city coffers. The coalition has opted to not renew its management contract, which expires on Oct. 1, saying it wants to focus on its main mission of providing transitional housing. The new shared management plan is based on a recommendation from members of the Southernmost Homeless Assistance League, itself a social-service umbrella that provides interagency coordination. "KOTS will be run collaboratively, leveraging the strengths of the various service providers," SHAL Executive Director Wendy Coles told the Key West City Commission at a Tuesday night meeting. "The Guidance Care Center is strong in mental health and substance abuse expertise," Coles continued. "That's a major population you will find at KOTS. Samuel's House has 12-plus years of providing shelter for people who are homeless, so we'll have that skill." "And Star of the Sea has strong managerial skills and, of course, Star of the Sea coordinates across agencies relative to distributing food." "The residents of KOTS will see business as usual," Coles said, adding, "We're not going to disrupt the residents." Coles also said that services at KOTS could be dovetailed to complement a new program SHALis coordinating that would see a retrofitted recreational vehicle provide things like wound care, counseling and computer access to the homeless. She said a 15-month pilot program would cost $157,000; the Klaus Murphy Foundation has chipped in $65,000 and the Guidance Care Center another $52,000. At a Thursday budget hearing, the City Commission agreed to make up the $42,000 difference out of the city's general fund. "There tend to be encampment [of homeless] that are territorial," Coles said. "There are different groups and, as is normal in society, sometimes all groups don't mix well. It seemed smart: Let's start by reaching out to the people on the streets rather than expecting them all to convene in one place." She said the RVwould spend no more than two hours at specific locations around town; after the pilot, Coles said, the program will cost between $50,000 and $60,000 each year. Grants would be pursued for that.Coalition management ends Oct.1KEY WEST 29570 Lundy Rd. Big Pine Key Kathy C. Rose,REALTOR¨(305) 395-0744Clark4902@bellsouth.net Kathy's listing on Big Pine Key JUSTSOLD If you are looking to buy, sell or even rent you should call Kathy today at the #1 office in the Lower Keys. 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 John F. Torregrosa, D.P.M.Ankle & Foot Surgeon Fellow American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons Fellow American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedic Medicine Well Treat Any Problem Below the KneeŽ Same Day Appointments Available, Tavernier, FL (305) 853-5151 Marathon, FL (305)-853-5151 Homestead, FL (305) 247-1701 VISIT OUR WEBSITE! www.keysnet.com By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 10,2011 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 5B 39th annual Poker Run Get ready for some loud pipes and gleaming chrome the annual Key West Poker Run starts in just a few days.Story, 4B 10 years later The Tropic Cinema screens Flight 93,'which depicts what happened on the plane that went down in a Pennsylvania field on Sept.11,2001.Story, 4B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & EntertainmentDolphins overpower SpartansConsidering what's on tap Friday night, Thursday's 3013 football win over district opponent Miami Country Day was huge for Marathon High School. Playing on short rest after an emotional loss to Keys rival Coral Shores High on Sept. 2, Marathon (1-1) overcame early turnovers and got its running game going late to pull away from the Spartans. Coach Lance Martin joked that the Dolphins "bored [the crowd] to death" with its methodical offense, but it was effective. The Dolphins threw just two passes the entire game. "I was happy with the way we blocked and we got all of our running backs going. If you've got four or five running backs that can run the ball well, the fresh legs in there will get the other team," he said. Dolphin runners Ramarlo Robertson, Peter Culver, Trevelle Beckford, Tommy Dodamead, Dwayne Ellis and Doniel Esquirol combined to rush for 389 yards on 63 carries. Beckford led the way with 24 carries for 138 yards and two touchdowns, while Ramarlo Robertson had 120 yards on 18 carries. Peter Culver ran 15 times for 64 yards and a touchdown, Dodamead ran three times for 44 yards and Esquirol had 16 yards and a touchdown. Marathon's defense also played well, dominating Country Day the entire game. The Dolphins allowed just 35 total yards, including 33 rushing yards on 25 attempts. Robertson had 10 tackles, one for a loss, while Esquirol had seven and a fumble recovery. The Spartans'only scoring plays came after a fumbled Dolphins punt attempt at their own 12-yard line and an 85-yard kickoff return. "Both of those touchdowns were on our special teams. They played really well and they shut them down," Martin said. Rolling into town Friday night will be district rival University School out of Broward County. According to MaxPreps.com, University is the fourth-best team in Florida and the 31st best in the U.S. Last year, the Suns lost to Trinity Catholic of Ocala in the state 2B championship game, a thriller that saw Trinity win in triple overtime, 56-55. This year, University opened its season with an easy 54-14 Kickoff Classic win over North Broward Prep on Aug. 26, then traveled to Goose Creek, S.C., on Sept. 3, returning home with a 52-51 victory. Senior quarterback Gunnar Holcombe threw for 362 yards and four touchdowns. "That's going to be the best team that ever set foot on this field. [The kids] know what they're going up against next week," Martin said. The Dolphins had an inauspicious start Thursday, fumbling on their first possession after converting a pair of first downs. Marathon's punter fumbled at the Dolphins'12-yard line on the team's next possession, leading to Country Day's first score with 2:11 left in the first quarter. "It was like deja vu all over again, but I was happy with the way the kids recovered," Martin said.Nationally ranked Suns visit FridayBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON 30,COUNTRY DAY 13 Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYMarathon High School senior Trevelle Beckford carries the ball during Thursday's 30-13 win over Miami Country Day. Beckford scored two touchdowns and led the team with 138 rushing yards on 24 carries. See Dolphins,3BCanes keep Conchs winlessThe Lady Conchs made it close Thursday but host Coral Shores High School rallied late for a four-game victory over Key West in the first volleyball district clash of the two Keys net squads.Senior co-captains Lakelia Cooper (14 kills, eight blocks) and Kelsie Thiele (eight kills) set the tone at the net for the Canes, while Key West countered with strong hitter efforts by big seniors Olha Morekhodova and Lindsey Cowpland.The opening game went into extra points before a kill shot down the line by senior co-captain Kelsie Thiele finished a 27-25 battle. Coral Shores controlled the second game, 25-16, after Amanda Ruano opened with seven straight serving points, including three aces. Cooper delivered two kills in the string.Key West, rallying behind the steady floor and net play of senior captain Britney Price, took the third game, 2520. But the Hurricane experience and depth showed in the fourth as Shanna Morehouse, coming off the bench, delivered 22 sets in the match."As the night progressed, we finally found a rhythm, played through some early season jitters and decided to compete," Coral Shores head coach Andy Thiery said."Everybody played hard and everyone gained a little confidence tonight," ThieryCooper,Thiele anchor Canes in TavernierPREP VOLLEYBALL Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores hitter Cami Lopez (3) drives a shot across the net,avoiding blocks by Key West's Britney Price (5) and Shaniya Watson (14).The Lady Hurricanes prevailed in four games Thursday.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee Volleyball,2B Lady Eagles win second straightAfour-game volleyball win Thursday gave Island Christian School's home fans their first look at the unbeaten Lady Eagles.The Eagles (2-0) controlled the first two games, 25-17, 25-11, over visiting Calusa Prep in the Islamorada home opener before substitutions and a lapse in concentration cost them the third game, a 22-25 loss.Island Christian set things right by dominating the fourth, 25-14, with main hitters Abbey Lindholm and Jessie Ledwith each delivering about five kills in the match. "Overall, the girls are playing great," head coach Sheryl Yost said. "We could have been a little more aggressive but we're 2-0." Cailin Reckwerdt and Kaylyn Wyatt defended well and calmly made sets for the front line. Lauren Montagne rang up serving points and made the defensive save of the match with a diving return from the backline in Game 1.Montagne and Reckwerdt each had a seven-point serv-Reckwerdt,Wyatt lead the way against CalusaISLAND CHRISTIAN VOLLEYBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWLauren Montagne (center) and Cailin Reckwerdt go up to return a shot at the net in Island Christian's four-game win Thursday over Calusa Prep in the Lady Eagles'home opener.See Lady Eagles,3BLady Dolphins win first matchThe Marathon High School volleyball team notched its first victory of the season Tuesday, a muchneeded comeback over Greater Miami Academy. The Dolphins then fell to perennially strong Westminster Christian School on Wednesday, but coach Teresa Konrath was focused on the Greater Miami win. "It was a rewarding win for the girls. They were down two and they came back and won three games," she said. "That kind of showed the heart the kids have. They started really hitting the ball and setting it up well." The Dolphins (1-4) appeared headed for defeat, dropping the opening two games 10-25 and 17-25. But the girls rallied to take close 25-22 and 26-24 games and force a deciding fifth game. A15-11 win gave the girls the match. Junior Taylor Konrath led the team with 11 kills, all of which were set by eighthgrader Jordan Roney. Konrath won 14 service points, while younger sister Sydney Konrath won nine and senior Ashley Stullenburger won seven. Coach Konrath had high praise for sophomore Sarah Dodamead, who made her varsity debut Tuesday and played well in place of Cassidy Van Voorst."The kids work hard and when they get success, it's well deserved. They're putting in the effort," Konrath said.Konrath leads the team over Greater MiamiBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON VOLLEYBALLSee Lady Dolphins,2B

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,September 10,2011 Feature is optional and subject to terms and conditions. Available in select states now and in most states by 1/31/06 (subject to regulatory approval where required).Allstate Insurance Company and Allstate Property and Casualt y Insurance Com p an y ; Northbrook, IL. 2007 Allstate Insurance Com p an y Accident Forgiveness. It starts the day you sign up. Call us about Allstate Your Choice Auto Insurance today.(305) 743 0494KEYS INSURANCE SERVICES, INC. 5800 OVERSEAS HWY, STE. 43 MARATHON NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUDITCOMMITTEE MEETING FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITYFKAAADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1100 Kennedy Drive Key West, Florida 33040 MONDAY, September 19, 2011 10:00 a.m.The purpose of the Audit Committee Meeting is to receive introductions from the Marcum Group and the Internal Compliance Auditor in preparation of performing the Financial Audit for the FKAA. This is the preliminary meeting for the purpose of Audit Planning and Scope Development. Additional information is available upon request from FKAA, Timothy S. Esquinaldo, CFSA, Internal Auditor, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL33040, (305) 295-2206, esquinaldo@fkaa.com said. "Key West is a very game opponent." Iris Dunn and Ellie Leopold contributed in their varsity volleyball debuts for the Canes. Coral Shores (1-2) got their first win in their home opener, after beginning the year with road losses to Gulliver Prep and Miami Country Day. Key West dipped to 0-2, despite some steady setting from junior Madison Reid, and flashes at the net from senior middle hitter Shaniya Watson.Ryann Appleby, one of only two sophomores on coach Jessy Hulme's Conch varsity roster, scored two aces in a five-point serving string.The two Keys clubs face off again Oct. 4 in Key West.Coral Shores hosts District 16-4Aleader Gulliver Prep on Tuesday, and stays home Wednesday to play St. Brendan. Both matches start around 5:30 p.m. after 4 p.m. JVstarts.Rematch is Oct. 4From Volleyball,1B The girls lost in three games to the Warriors on Wednesday, a team Konrath said has a "dominating program." The scores were 25-8, 25-10 and 25-7."It has a coaching staff that is phenomenal and been around a long time. Even with the scores being where they were, still we had the kids trying to kill the ball. And we had some great digs" from Samantha Bonilla and Roney, she said.The Dolphins (1-4) were scheduled to host International Studies High School Friday, but results were not available at press time. The girls travel to Palmer Trinity School Monday at 5:30 p.m.Palmer's up nextFrom Lady Dolphins,1B Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYMarathon High School junior Taylor Konrath hits the ball during Wednesday's volleyball match with Westminster Christian.The Dolphins lost that match, but won their first of the year Tuesday over Greater Miami Academy.Konrath had 11 kills Tuesday. Conchs win on Dolphins'courseEven a sub par outing by coach George Twyman's standards was enough for Key West High School to win a three-team golf tournament Wednesday at Sombrero Country Club in Marathon. The Conchs'161 bested Ransom Everglades School (163) by two strokes, while host Marathon High finished third with 196. The top four overall scores make up the team total. Twyman said that a "150 on that course, or below, would have been a good score." "But we're in our learning process. We're doing a lot of different things. We had to count a couple scores we normally wouldn't, but all in all they did fine, being the second match of the year," he said. No. 1 Evan DeRoche led the Conchs with a 37 on the back nine, while Joseph Arazi shot 38, Nick Patrocky 40 and A.J. Davila 46. Trevor Pike shot a 51. Dolphins coach Kevin Freeman said he was excited about his young team's performance despite finishing a distant third. "For us, it's a small step toward getting better. It was the first time in three years we've broken 200 and two of our top guys didn't play that well," he said. Kodi Daniels'47 was the top Dolphin score, followed by Kevin McKeon with a 49. Kyle Pierce and Sean Roussin each shot 50 despite entering the match as the Dolphins'No. 1 and No. 2 players. No. 5 and No. 6 golfers Ariel Rodriguez and Jake Logan each shot 51, just one shot out of the team's top four. "I'm satisfied with the way [the team] played. We still shot under 200 and there's room for improvement, so I'm looking forward to seeing it," Freeman said. The Conchs are scheduled to take part in a 12team tournament Monday hosted by Gulliver Prep at the Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club in Miami. It's a full 18 holes slated to tee off at 1 p.m. Marathon was scheduled to host Miami Country Day Friday, but results were not available at press time. The Dolphins travel to Palmer Trinity School Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. for a match against the Falcons and LaSalle High School.Ransom comes in second at SombreroBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comPREP GOLF Marathon's Ariel Rodriguez (above) shoots out of the bunker during a Wednesday match against county rival Key West High School and Ransom Everglades School. Key West's Joseph Arazi (left) blasts a tee shot on his way to shooting a 38.Keynoter photos by RYAN McCARTHY

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The Marathon High School swim team has it hard enough practicing in a Sombrero Resort pool that's shorter than the 25-yard norm. But Dolphins coach Sarah Maschal said a threeteam meet Wednesday against LaSalle and St. Brendan high schools took place in a St. Brendan pool much longer than regulation. "It was a tough meet because the pool was 33 yards and our pool that we practice in is shorter than regulation. So a longerthan-regulation pool was tough on the kids," she said. Maschal said the kids' times from the meet can't be used to count toward records or qualifying times for other meets because of the pool's irregular distance. Senior Kyra SimcicSwanson was the lone winner from the varsity squad. She took first place in the 200-yard freestyle in an unofficial time of 2:34.60. The Dolphins had three second-place finishes as well: Markie Sandusky in the individual medley at 1:54.40, Malorie Woodbury in the 50-yard freestyle at 40.73, and the boys 400yard freestyle with a time of 5:28.30. Maschal said the team's middle-school swimmers did well. Sisters Hannah Gracy and Abby Gracy swam the 50-yard freestyle, as did Jeffery Vorick. Sixthgrader Audrey Matthis filled in for a varsity backstroke event at the last minute. "The middle-school kids did really well. They're getting the hang of racing. We put in some extra events so they could have a chance to swim," Maschal said. The St. Brendan girls won the meet with 87 points, followed by LaSalle with 80 and Marathon with 55. LaSalle won the boys meet with 101 points. St. Brendan had 50 and Marathon 33. The Dolphins are scheduled to visit Ransom Everglades School Tuesday at 4 p.m. The Dolphins continued to press Country Day, but were stopped short of the goal line on a fourth-down running play at the 1-yard line with 4:44 remaining in the first half. Marathon's defense stood strong and forced a Spartans punt that barely traveled 20 yards and set the Dolphins up deep in Country Day territory. The ensuing eight-play drive was at time chaotic as time ran down in the first half, but Marathon managed to convert a fourth-down play from the 9-yard line thanks to a great run by Beckford. It was good for a first down and Beckford scored from the 1-yard line as time ran out in the first half to tie the game at 7-7. "I wasn't happy with the score at the half because we ran 40 offensive plays, but we turned the ball over three times and that's something we have to clean up," Martin said. Clean it up the Dolphins did in the second half, wearing the Spartans down and outscoring them 23-6 in the final 24 minutes of play. Marathon's opening second-half possession ended after seven plays with a Culver touchdown from seven yards out at the 6:52 mark of the third quarter. A dropped snap on the extra point gave Marathon a 13-7 lead. Country Day answered back immediately with the long kickoff return for a touchdown. Awide-left extra-point attempt kept the score tied at 13-13. Another lengthy Marathon drive ended with a field goal attempt by Doniel Esquirol that sailed just wide left and the score remained tied. But Esquirol recovered a Country Day fumble on a backwards lateral pass that left the Dolphins with a short field. Beckford capitalized on an 18-yard quarterback keeper right up the middle to give Marathon a 20-13 lead after the extra point. Country Day's ensuing possession ended when Dodamead came up with a huge stop on a fourth-andone play. The Dolphins capitalized again with an Esquirol field goal to go up 23-13 with 4:44 remaining in the game. The Dolphins stopped Country Day on the Spartans'next possession and Esquirol topped off a solid all-around performance with a touchdown run from nine yards out to give Marathon the 30-13 victory after his extra point. Friday's game against University School is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m.Tough University visitsFrom Dolphins,1B Saturday,September 10,2011 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Big Pine Key, FL 305-872-4272 www.keysdentist.comChristopher D. Golden, D.M.D.Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,American Dental AssociationNew Patients Welcome"Listening to those we are privileged to serve." 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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. ing run with several aces, and contributed kill shots at the net.The Eagles delivered several long serving-point strings. Ledwith served six points in the first game and eight in the second. "Jessie was outstanding," Yost said, "and Cailin was consistently strong."She added, "Andrea Scott did a good job coming off the bench to play defense and had a good game at the net." Jenn Zemmel, Nathalie Sassine and Trinity Pratt also saw court time for the Lady Eagles.Island Christian goes on the road Sept. 15 to play Redland Christian. A Tuesday game against Pinecrest has been cancelled. The Lady Eagles'next home game is Sept. 20 against Colonial Christian.Eagles now 2-0From Lady Eagles,1B Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYMarathon High School senior Yoniel Esquirol prepares to tackle a Miami Country Day running back during Thursday's 30-13 football win.Esquirol had a solid all-around game, rushing for 16 yards and a touchdown while making seven total tackles with a fumble recovery. Dolphins fall in tri-meetPool length is an issue for MarathonBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON SWIMMINGFlag football, PE about to startThe Marathon Parks and Recreation Department is now registering players for its upcoming flag football season. The league has two divisions, ages 4 and 5, and 6 and 7. Cost is $40 per player. Practice starts Sept. 21 at the Marathon Community Park soccer fields. To register, call the park office at 7436598. Also at the Marathon Community Park, homeschool students in elementary school can participate in physical education starting Sept. 15. 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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,September 10,2011 Published Keynoter 9/10/11 LivingUnited 93'screens on SundayRemembering those who died and honoring those who served on Sept. 11, 2001, Key West's Tropic Cinema and the American Red Cross on Sunday present a screening of the 2006 film "United 93." United Airlines Flight 93 took off from Newark International Airport shortly after 8 a.m. on the day of the terror attacks, en route to San Francisco. Less than an hour into the flight, the Boeing 757 carrying 44 people abruptly changed course toward Washington, D.C., before falling into a field in Stonycreek Township, Pa. It was part of the deadliest attack on U.S. soil in the country's history. Paul Greengrass ("Bloody Sunday," "The Bourne Supremacy") wrote and directed the unflinching, realtime account of the events on United 93, depicting the moments from takeoff to the hijacking until the passengers and crew foiled the terrorist plot but lost their lives in the process. In 2006 and 2007, the London Critics Circle, the New York Film Critics Circle and the Washington, D.C., Film Critics Association named "United 93" their best film of the year." Proceeds from Sunday's 2 p.m. screening at the Tropic, 416 Eaton St., go to the Flight 93 National Memorial Campaign. The memorial will be part of a 2,200-acre national park being created to commemorate the 44 passengers and crew who died in the crash, just outside of Shanksville, Pa. Tickets are $6 for Tropic members and $10 for general admission. "United 93" is rated R for scenes of violence and actual video of planes hitting the World Trade Center towers.Film details the events on doomed planeKEY WEST This makeshift memorial went up in Shanksville after the crash during the Sept. 11,2001,terror attacks.Bridge cleanup planned ThursdayThe Dolphin Research Center hosts a cleanup at the Tom's Harbor Bridge, mile marker 60.6, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday. The goal is to collect discarded trash, monofilament fishing line and other debris. Participants should wear clothes, hats and shoes that can get wet or dirty, and bring a water bottle. Dolphin Research Center staff will supply trash bags, bug repellent, gloves and cutting tools. Meet at the parking area on the bridge's south side. For more information, call Courtney Coburn at 2891121, Ext. 231.Adult spelling is on FridayFishermen's Hospital's 12th Not-So-Annual Adult Spelling Bee to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys arrives on Friday at San Pablo Catholic Church in Marathon. Teams comprise three people, and there are refreshments for sale. Awards are given for the top spelling team as well as best team name and best costumes. Cost per team is $200. To register, contact Chris Todd at 743-9828.College marks Constitution DayFlorida Keys Community College celebrates Constitution Day with students, faculty and staff on Sept. 16 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the lobby of the Tennessee Williams Theatre on the Stock Island Campus. Coordinated by attorney Stephen Muffler, an FKCC business law instructor, Constitution Day activities aim to educate participants on their rights and encourage habits of being a good citizen. The program will feature as speakers Monroe County Court Judge Wayne Miller and Tampa attorney Gwynne Young, presidentelect of The Florida Bar. They'll speak about the U.S. Constitution and its significance in our everyday lives. Key West's Citizens Review Board has donated free pocket Constitutions to distribute at the event, which will also include a voter registration drive conducted by the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections Office. YOUNGLIVING BRIEFSMotorcycles take the stageMotorcyclists from throughout the United States travel one of America's most scenic highways to raise money for charity during the 39th annual Key West Poker Run, set for Thursday through Sept. 18. Traditionally drawing riders on up to 10,000 bikes, the popular ride is also a long-distance poker game. Heading south to Key West from the mainland, riders make five stops and draw a card at each stop. The winner is the lucky guy or gal who draws the best hand. If you draw one of the top 10 hands, you get a chance to play a round of Texas hold 'Em at Cowboy Bill's, 618 Duval St., on Sept. 17, with the winner claiming a new Sportster 883 Iron. Bikers can register at Peterson's Harley-Davidson of Miami, 19400 NW2nd Ave., and Peterson's Harley-Davidson South, 19825 S. Dixie Highway. Asection of Lower Duval Street will be closed to car traffic during much of the Poker Run so bikers with weekend parking passes ($5) can park on the street to display their bikes. Following are just some of the events planned:Thursday: Biker Bar Stroll & Upper Duval Crawl starts at 5 p.m. at the Historic Cigar Alley, 1075 Duval St. For $25, you get a T-shirt and a map of participating bars that you stroll to receive a free drink. The stroll ends with an 8:30 p.m. party at the Southernmost Beach Cafe at the end of Duval Street on the Atlantic.Thursday: Biker Babe Sexy Bull Riding Contest, midnight at Cowboy Bill's Saloon, 610 Duval. Winner receives $200.Friday: Vendor village on Greene Street from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Motorcycle accessories and apparel available.Friday: Schooner Wharf Bar, 202 William St., Hog Roast Welcome Party, 5 p.m. to midnight.Sept. 17: Duval Street Party, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sept. 18; vendor village on Greene Street, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.Sept. 17: Rick's/Durty Harry's Bike Show, Greene and Duval streets. Registration from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., $25 per bike. Trophies given in 24 classes of show. Sept. 17: Schooner Wharf Bar Paradise Tattoo Contest, registration at 2 p.m., contest at 3.Sept. 17: Blessing of the Bikes, 4 p.m. at the White Street Pier. The Poker Run is a fundraiser for the Diabetes Research Institute and charities of the Key West Sunrise Rotary Club.Bikers heading south to Keys as of ThursdayKEY WEST POKER RUN

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Saturday,September 10,2011 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Crossword solutionSolution to the September 7 puzzle. Amy PutoREALTOR¨ Cell 305-766-1745 Toll Free 800-366-5181 ext. 6525 amyputo@gmail.comwww.MarathonFloridaKeys RealEstate.com 11600 1st Avenue Gulf Unit 48 Marathon Congratulations to the new owners of Unit 48 at Indigo Reef in Marathon!Ask for my free Weekly Market Report. 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050My 8th Sale at Indigo! The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A d / 3735400 Noticeisherebygiven thaton 9/23/11at10:30amthe followingmobilehomewillbe soldatpublicauctionpursuant toF.S.715.109:2009HOME / 1SE900R329L000154.Last Tenants:MarioEloyRoiz& YvonneRoizakaIvonne A leman.Saletobeheldat NHC-FL13LPdbaSunshine Key38801OverseasHwy.,Big PineKey,FL33043 813-241-8269. PublishSeptember10,17, 2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3772800 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonOctober4,2011 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage.FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC.reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.2001TOYOTA VIN:4T1BG28K11U082770 2.2005SUZUKI NOVIN 3.COLUMBIA NOVIN PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3334000 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESEVENTEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND FORBROWARDCOUNTY, FLORIDA A A CASENO: FMCE07-012709(37)(91) DIANNEDORAN, Petitioner/Wife, and JAMESDORAN, Respondent/Husband, NOTICEOFSHERIFFSSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatunderandbyvirtueofa FINALJUDGMENTON A RREARAGESenteredbythe CircuitCourtinandforBroward County,Floridaonthe9thday September,2009,andbyvirtue ofaWritofExecutionissuedin theabovestyledcauseonthe 15thdayofJuly,2011,I,Robert P.Peryam,SheriffofMonroe County,Floridahavelevied uponandwillofferforsaleand selltothehighestbidderfor cash,subjecttoanymortgages orliensthereon,inthemorning onthe21stdayofSeptember, 2011,at10:30A.M.atthefront dooroftheMonroeCounty Courthouse,500Whitehead St.,KeyWest,FL33040,the interestsofJAMESDORAN Respondent/Husbandin execution,inthefollowing describedproperty,subjectto anyandallotherliens,taxes, j udgments,orencumbrances whatsoever: SPECIFICDESCRIPTIONOF PROPERTY: Theonehalf(1/2)tenantin commoninterestheldby JamesDoranintheproperty describedonExhibitA attachedhere,too. LOCATIONOFPROPERTY: 80900OldHighway, Islamorada,FL33036 ParcelID:00096190-000800 A /K:1111716 EXIBITA LEGALDESCRIPTION A tractoflandhereinafter referredtoasTRACT13, CORALCOVERESORT,said Tract13lyinginpartofLot6of aPlotofSurveyonUpper A A MatecumbeKey,Monroe County,Florida,accordingto theP1strecordedinPlatBook 1,Page41,ofthePublic RecordsofMonroeCounty, Florida,saidTract13being moreparticularlydescribedas follows: Commencingatthe intersectionoftheEasterlytine ofthesaidLot6withthe Southeasterlyright-of-wayline ofOldStateRoad4A,run South53degrees2530West alongthesaidSoutheasterly right-of-waylinefor268.01feet tothePointofBeginningofthe hereindescribedTRACT13, CORALCOVERESORT. FromthesaidPointof BeginningrunSouth25 degrees4330Eastfor67.47 feet;thencerunNorth53 degrees2530Eastfor112.7 feet;thencerunNorth25 degrees3530Westfor67.5 feettoapointonthesaid Southeasterlyright-of-wayline; thencerunSouth53degrees 2530Westalongthesaid Southeasterlyright-of-wayline for112.86feettothePointof Beginningofthe hereindescribed TRACT13,CORALCOVE RESORT. A LSO A tractoflandhereinafter referredtoasTRACT14, CORALCOVERESORT,said TRACT14lyinginpartofLot6 ofaPlatofSurveyonUpper MatecumbeKey,Monroe County,Floridaaccordingtoas plotrecordedinPlatBook1, Page41,ofthePublicRecords ofMonroeCounty,Floridasaid TRACT14beingmore particularlydescribedas follows: Commencingatthe intersectionoftheEasterlyline ofthesaidLot6withthe Southeasterlyright-of-wayline ofOldStateRoad4A,runSouth 53degrees2530Westalong thesaidSoutheasterly right-of-waylinefor268.01feet; thencerunSouth25degrees 4330Eastfor87.47feettothe PointofBeginningofthe hereindescribedTRACT14, CORALCOVERESORT.From thesaidPointofBeginning continueSouth25degrees43 A A 30Eastfor67.47feet;thence runNorth53degrees2530 Eastfor112.54feet;thencerun North25degrees3530West for67.5feet;thencerunSouth 53degrees2530Westfor11 2.70feetthePointofBeginning ofthehereindescribedTRACT 14,CORALCOVERESORT. LESS A parceloflandinapartofLot 6onPlatofSurveyas recordedinPlatBook1,Page 41,ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty.Floridasaid parcelbeingmoreparticularly describedbymetesand boundsasfollows: Commencingatthe intersectionofthe NortheasterlylineofLot6and theSoutheasterlyright-of-way lineofOldStateRoad4Arun South53degrees2530West alongthesaidSoutheasterly right-of-waylineofOldState Road4Afor155.15feet; thencerunSouth25degrees 3530Eastalongthe Southwesterlysideofa40feet wideeasementfor128.00feet tothePointofBeginningofthe hereindescribedparcel.From saidPointofBeginning continueSouth26degrees35 30Eastalongthesaid Southwesterlysideofsaid40 feetwideeasementfor7.00 feet;thencerunSouth53 degrees2530Westalongthe Northwesterlysideofaparcel oflanddescribedinOfficial RecordsBook450atPage219 ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty,Floridafor 32.10feet;thencerunNorth41 degrees4903Eastfor34.14 feettothePointofBeginningof thehereinabovedescribed parcelofland. DATEDthis17thdayofAugust, 2011. RobertP.Peryam,Sheriff MonroeCounty,Florida BY:RachelleGates, Supervisor CivilProcessDivision PublishAugust20,27, September3,10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3774400 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: AlexsAutoWrecking&Parts givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicles on9/21/20119:00:00 AMat111USHighway1 / 107,KeyWest,FL33040 pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes.Alexs A utoWrecking&Parts reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. 1G1ZC5EU8BF290407 2011CHEVROLET JTKJF5C7XB3011123 2011TOYOTA 77316461973LELA 1GCGG35Z9PF326521 1993CHEVROLET 3C3EL55H9TT212903 1996CHRYSLER SAJAY1349GC434462 1986JAQUAR 2FMZA5141YBC27657 2000FORD PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3595100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2011-DR-281-M MarkG.Rowden, Petitioner and PhyllisK.Rowden, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE TO:PhyllisK.Rowden 1410OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050 A A YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton Mark G.Rowden, whoseaddressis 6800OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050 onor before October3,2011, and filetheoriginalwiththeclerkof thisCourtat 3117Overseas Highway,Marathon,FL 33050 beforeserviceon Petitonerorimmediately thereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso, adefaultmaybeentered againstyoufortherelief demandedinthepetition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:August29,2011 CLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT By:TammyL.Marciel DeputyClerk PublishSeptember3,10,17, 24,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3621200 INTHESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITINANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA LIVING BRIEFSCleanup leaders are being soughtIn preparation for the 26th annual International Coastal Cleanup on Sept. 17, individuals or community groups are needed to act as site coordinators for cleanups throughout the Florida Keys. Site coordinators will be be responsible for distributing trash bags, gloves and other materials. All materials will be supplied. The time requirement is about four hours. Once site coordinators are confirmed, cleanup locations will be posted online at www.signuptocleanup.org for volunteers to register. Anyone interested should contact Joy Tatgenhorst at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary at 852-7717, Ext. 21, or joy.tatgenhorst@noaa .gov.San Pablo starts religion classesReligion classes at San Pablo Catholic Church in Marathon for kids in preschool through ninth grade start on Sept. 25 at 10:15 a.m. at the church, 122nd Street oceanside. To sign up your child, call 289-0280 (leave a message), send an e-mail to IslandSun@aol.com or go to http://sanpablo1 .hypermart.net where you will find the registration forms in English and Spanish. L.A.Times crossword puzzle LETME INTERJECT "Solution in the September 14 Keynoter Across 1Low tide revelations 9Dorm bosses,briefly 12Give out 15Like some tea 19Coda relative 20Nonresident doctors 22Letter-bottom letters 23Sea brass 24Frat for complainers? 26"Look! Ghosts!"? 28Spill clumsily 29Point a finger at 30Doctor's order 32Natural to a region 34Gainesville gridder 39Twisted look 41Baa maids? 42Bottom-row key 45Islands to which canaries are native 47Firefighter Red 4917-Down's org. 50__'Pea 51Chest protectors 53__ muffin 55First printing,say 57Public role 58Like most mules 60"An Inconvenient Woman"author Dominick 61Biol.,e.g. 62White water? 64Jazzy Vaughan 65Inception 66Place to see a sched. 69Drop 71Jared of "Mr.Nobody" 72Indy additive 73Drinks for Radar 75Side with 77Bud 79Creator of Auric and Julius 82Blow 83Diagnostic school exam 85Mention 88Minx-like 90Poor,as an excuse 91David,to some scholars 92"My word!" 93It's heard in Isr. 95Bottle size 97One with net gains? 98Novelist Deighton 99Rob of "Parks and Recreation" 100Tropical starch sources 102Swimming pool concern 103Word in some carriers'names 106Show saver 107Capital near Lake Volta 110Exams during which students can talk 112Complaint about a weak morning cup? 119Unfriendly store owner? 122Shop in airport stores,say 123Incites to attack 124"Roots"Emmy winner 125Pottery worker,on occasion 126Road across Penn. 127Retired flier 128Some ranges 129Ones who swear in court Down 1Part of a seder 2Bun,for one 3Makes faint 4Resell quickly 5Petty of "A League of Their Own" 6Culture medium 7Subject of an annual Ottawa festival 8Poems whose structure is based on the number six 9Whistle blower 10Turning point 11Inscribed monument 12City on the Elbe 13At exhilarating times? 14Conductor __Pekka Salonen 15Son of Abraham 16Hook or Cook:Abbr. 17Old Bruin nickname 18Senior member 21"Whose radiant eyes your __ brows adorn":Dryden 25Singer Kristofferson 27One following dogs 31Minimum 33Combine 34Pants you can't wear 35Worshiper of the rain god Tlaloc 36"Pauses are normal"adage? 3749-Across's Bobby et al. 38Vegas alternative 40They may be last 42Like kittens and puppies? 43Sierra __:African republic 44Church holding 46Important stars 48Countrified 50Double's doing 52One skilled at expressing relief? 54Lead 56Union exchanges 58Turn in place 59Plastering strip 63"...a Loaf of Bread ..."poet 67At risk of capsizing 68Italian wine area 70Cereal brand 73"On the Beach" novelist Shute 74Rub the wrong away 76Pay 78Sq.mi.,e.g. 80Adrift,perhaps 81Dame intro? 84Ambush,perhaps 86FRONTLINE target 87Disney's "__ and the Detectives" 89Restaurateur Toots 91Kicked up,as a fuss 94University of Cincinnati player 96"The Red"guy 99Neeson of "Schindler's List" 1011959 Fiestas hit 103Got off the chair 104Approvals,in 105Down 105Much street talk 107Helper:Abbr. 108Shoulder troublemaker? 109Prepare to fire 111Bygone cutter 113Tent part 114Red Muppet 115Times when Cognac heats up? 116Venom 117Part of USA:Abbr. 118The lady's 120Some tech sch.grads 121__-80:old computer

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,September 10,2011 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A CASENUMBER: 442011CA000086A001MR ST.LUCIECONSULTING, INC., aFloridacorporation, Plaintiffs, vs. MICHAELBIRMINGHAMand HERBERTH.CAMERON, Defendants. NOTICEOFACTION TODEFENDANT: MichaelBirmingham RESIDENCEUNKNOWN,last knowaddresswas 9211CuckoldPointRoad SparrowPoint,MD21219 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatanactionhasbeenfiled againstyoutoquiettitleontax deedheldbyPlaintiffonthe followingdescribedreal property: Lot2,Block7,CenterIsland, DuckKey-Section2-Part2 TomsHarbor,accordingtothe platthereofasrecordedinPlat Book5,Page(s)82,Public RecordsofMonroeCounty, Florida. Youarerequiredtoservea copyofyourAnswerandany writtendefensestoTimothyK. A nderson,Esquire,480 MaplewoodDrive,Suite5, Jupiter,Florida33458,onor beforedayofOctober3rd, 2011andtofileyour Original Answer withtheClerkofthe CircuitCourt,MonroeCounty, Floridaeitherbeforeserviceon Plaintiffsattorneyor immediatelythereafter; otherwiseadefaultwillbe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe ComplaintforQuietTitle A ction. WITNESSmyhandandthe sealofthisCourtatMonroe County,Floridaonthis23rd dayofAugust,2011. DannyL.Kolhage, asClerk&Comptroller By:TammyL.Marciel A sDeputyClerk PublishSeptember3,10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3772500 DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSENTERPRISE AND AIRPORTCONCESSION DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSENTERPRISE PUBLICNOTICE DBE&ACDBENOTICETheKeyWestInternational A irportandtheFloridaKeys MarathonAirporthave establishedaDisadvantaged BusinessEnterprise(DBE) programandanAirport ConcessionDisadvantaged BusinessEnterprise(ACDBE) programinaccordancewith regulationsoftheU.S. DepartmentofTransportation (DOT),49CFRPart26and23; respectively.Thefollowing goalsfortheseprogramsare proposedfortheFAAFiscal Year2011-2013:ForKey WestInternationalAirport:DBE goalof18.5%;ACDBEgoalof 0.03%forcarrental concessionsandACDBEgoal of0.5%fornon-rentalcar concessions.ForFloridaKeys MarathonAirport:DBEgoalof 12.8%;ACDBEgoalof0.03% forcarrentalconcessionsand A CDBEgoalof0.5%for non-rentalcarconcessions. Theproposedgoal methodologiesareavailablefor publicinspectionattheofficeof theKeyWestInternational A irportduringnormalbusiness hoursandontheAirportsDBE website;http://www.keywest airportdbe.netforaperiodof thirty(30)daysbeginningon September1,2011.Written commentswillbeacceptedfor aperiodofforty-five(45)days beginningSeptember1,2011. Pleasesendallwritten commentstoMs.JoKinkead, DBECoordinator,KeyWest InternationalAirport,3491S. RooseveltBlvd.,KeyWest,FL 33040,e-mail: j o.kinkead…mcgi-us.com.A meetingtoacceptpublic commentsontheDBEand A CDBEgoalswillbeheldon September21,2011at6:00pm attheAirportAdministration ConferenceRoomonthe2nd floor.Firmsinterestedinthe DBEprogramareencouraged toattendandcancontactMs. JoKinkeadat305-360-2086for details. PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3772600 CITYOF KEYCOLONYBEACH NOTICEOF VARIANCEHEARING NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatthePlanning&Zoning CommitteeoftheCityofKey ColonyBeach,Florida,willhold aPublicHearingon Wednesday,September21, 2011,9:30a.m.,KeyColony BeachCityHall,toheara VarianceRequestfromJam Florida,LLC,38013thStreet (Lot34,Block1,Coury2 Subdivision)forthefollowing: A pplicantrequestsavariance totheKeyColonyBeachCode ofOrdinances,Chapter5 Boats,MarineFacilitiesand Waterways:Section5-35(9)b. T-docksarenottoextendmore than60feetinlengthparallelto theshoreline.Proposeddock wouldrequirea42foot variance. Interestedpartiesmayappear attheHearingandbeheard withrespecttotherequested variance. Ifanypersondecidestoappeal anydecisionmadebythe Commissionwithrespectto anymatterconsideredatthe VarianceHearing,thatperson willneedarecordofthe proceedingsandforsuch purposemayneedtoensure thataverbatimrecordofthe proceedingsismade,which recordincludesthetestimony andevidenceuponwhichthe appealistobebased. Ifyouareunabletoattendthe HearingonSeptember21, 2011,butwishtocomment, pleasedirectcorrespondence to:Planning&Zoning Committee,P.O.Box510141, KeyColonyBeach,FL 33051-0141,or cityclerk…keycolonybeach.net andyourcommentswillbe enteredintotherecord. VickieL.Bollinger, CityClerk CITYOFKEYCOLONY BEACH PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3706100 NOTICEOF A A CALLINGFORBIDS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVEBIDDERS thaton October12,2011at 3:00P.M. theMonroeCounty PurchasingOfficewillreceive sealedbidsforthefollowing: ELEVATORFORBAGGAGE MAKE-UPAREA KEYWESTINTERNATIONAL AIRPORT KEYWEST,MONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA BID-APK-285-80-2011PUR/CV Themajoritemsofworkfor thecontractwillbeas follows:€Theinstallationofanew passengerstyleelevatorto conveyoversizeandpriority baggagefromtheTicketing LeveltotheBagMake-Up Area.Thisworkinstalls insidetheexistingBagMakeUpBuilding.Demolitionand excavationfortheelevator pitadjacentexisting foundationswillrequire shoringandunderpinning.€SecondFlooropening throughthecompositefloor systemrequirescuttingand additionalfloorframingto infillpartoftherough openingpreviouslyframed forthispurpose.€Reductionofsizeofthe existingstorageroomand newwallsanddoorprovide thefloorarearequired. RelocationofexistingHVAC equipmentisrequiredto servicethisroom.€Electricalserviceshallbe takenfromtheadjacent Generator/ElectricalRoom.€TheOwnersproject managementteamwill coordinatetheFireAlarm andTelecommunications systemspanellocation(s)for thenewelevatorwiththe ElectricalContractor.€TheContractorshallhirea licensedFireSuppression SystemContractortomodify theexistingcoverageto accommodatetheelevator shaft,lobby,machineroom andexistingstorageroom installationonthefirstand secondfloors. APre-BidConferencewillbe heldonSeptember28,2011 at10:00a.m.intheAirport ManagersConference Room,Administration Building(adjacentwest arrivalexitdoors),KeyWest InternationalAirport,3491 SouthRooseveltBoulevard, A A KeyWest,Florida.For additionalinformation concerningthepre-bid conference,pleasecontact LarryFlowers,Director, MonroeCountyProject Managementbyphoning (305)809-5200. Requirementsforsubmission andtheselectioncriteriamay berequestedfrom DemandStarbyOnviaat www.demandstar.com OR www.monroecountybids. com orcalltoll-freeat 1-800-711-1712.ThePublic Recordisavailableatthe MonroeCountyPurchasing OfficelocatedatTheGato Building,1100Simonton Street,Room1-213,KeyWest, Florida.Technicalquestions shouldbedirectedtothe Engineer,URSCorporation, 7650CorporateCenterDrive, Suite400,Miami,Florida 33126-1220;Telephone:(305) 262-7466,orbyfacsimileto (305)261-4017.Allanswers willbebyAddenda. Biddersmustsubmit two(2) signedoriginalsandone(1) completecopy ofeachbidina sealedenvelopemarkedonthe outside, SealedBidfor ElevatorforBaggage Make-UpArea,KeyWest InternationalAirport  addressedanddelivered, eitherbypersonorbymail, preferablybyspecialdelivery, registeredmailto: MonroeCounty PurchasingOffice 1100SimontonStreet, Room1-213 KeyWest,FL33040 Phone:(305)292-4466 Fax:(305)292-4465 A llbidsmustbereceivedbythe CountyPurchasingOffice before3:00P.M.onOctober 12,2011.Anybidsreceived afterthisdateandtimewillbe automaticallyrejected.Faxed oremailedbidswillalsobe automaticallyrejected. Materialsmaybedeliveredby CertifiedMail,ReturnReceipt Requested,hand-deliveredor couriered.Faxedore-mailed bidswillbeautomatically rejected.Handdeliveredbids mayrequestareceipt.Ifsentby mailorbycourier,the above-mentionedenvelope shallbeenclosedinanother envelopeaddressedtothe entityandaddressstated above.Biddersshouldbe awarethatcertainexpress mailserviceswillnot A A guaranteespecifictime deliverytoKeyWest,Florida.It isthesoleresponsibilityofeach Biddertoensuretheirproposal isreceivedinatimelyfashion. MonroeCountysperformance andobligationtopayunderthis contractiscontingentuponan annualappropriationbythe BoardofCounty Commissioners. A llbidsmustremainvalidfora periodofninety(90)days.The Boardwillautomaticallyreject thebidofanypersonoraffiliate whoappearsontheconvicted vendorlistpreparedbythe DepartmentofManagement Services,StateofFlorida, underSec.287.133(3)(d), FloridaStatutes(1997). MonroeCountydeclaresthat allorportionsofthedocuments andworkpapersandother formsofdeliverablespursuant tothisrequestshallbesubject toreusebytheCounty. A llbids,includingthe recommendationoftheCounty A dministratorandthe requestingDepartmentHead, willbepresentedtotheBoard ofCountyCommissionersof MonroeCounty,Florida,for finalawardingorotherwise. TheBoardreservestherightto rejectanyandallbids,towaive informalitiesinanyorallbids,to re-advertiseforbids;andto separatelyacceptorrejectany itemoritemsofbidandto awardand/ornegotiatea contractinthebestinterestof theCounty. Eachbidforprojectsestimated toexceedonehundredfifty thousanddollars($150,000.00) mustbeaccompaniedbyabid securityinanamountequalto five(5)percentofthebidprice eitherintheformofacertified checkmadepayabletothe MonroeCountyBoardof CountyCommissionersorina bondfromasuretycompany authorizedtodobusinessin Florida.Aprojectmaynotbe dividedintosub-partstoavoid therequirementforthebid security.Thebidsecuritieswill remaininthecustodyofthe OMB(OfficeofManagement andBudget)directoruntil forfeitedorreleased.If,after theBoardacceptsthebid,the bidderrefusestoexecutethe contractorcommencethework orprovidethegoodscalledfor, thenthebidsecuritywillbe forfeitedto,andbecomethe propertyoftheCountyas liquidateddamagesforthe Season opener showcases diverse artistic talentsAndy Thurber grew up in Key West. Left to crew on a shrimp boat and returned in time for the Mariel boatlift. His paintings capture a time and place thats hard to see today. Fans call him a cultural historian and his paintings a snapshot of a bygone Key West. Art lovers can judge for themselves on Thursday, Sept. 15, when Walk on White art galleries open their doors. Thurbers work is among 15 artists featured at the season opener hosted by The Studios of Key West from 6-9 p.m. Jay Scott, executive director at The Studios, says the studio artists help form the backbone of the organization and we want to kick off the new season with a tribute to them.Ž I grew up in Key West and my favorite subjects are the colorful, eccentric people of the island,Ž Thurber says. I paint and create bas-relief wood carvings in a style made famous by Mario Sanchez. Until now, Ive worked in improvisedstudio spaces for over twenty years. Its great to have new space and work in a supportive environment amongst some of the best artists on the Island.Ž In addition to Thurbers high-energy watercolors, patrons can see works from photographers, sculptors, painters, digital media artists, a writer and jewelry makers all forming the group of 15 artists in residence this fall. Their new exhibit, titled Up and Down: TSKW Studio Artist Showcase,Ž runs Sept. 15 through Oct. 14. Among artists whose work will be on display: Margit Bisztray, Judi Bradford, Jeffrey Harwell, Mark Hedden, Pam Hobbs, Lauren McAloon, Guillermo15 Keys artists open Sept. 15 at The StudiosLAttitudes StaffART See Studios,7BMemoir captures hurt of racismWhat a miracle of time travel this memoir is! With the deliciously specific recall of a loving, inquisitive child, Norma Watkins places us inside the Mississippi in which she grew up, yet she exposes at the same time the suppressions and silences that held her world in place. Watkins writes with the irresistible honesty that led her to become the woman who couldnt be quiet anymore.Ž -Lynne Barrett, author of MagpiesŽ and The Secret Names of WomenŽ Norma Watkins grew up in a segregated Mississippi and remembers well the lessons taught there. Her book, The Last Resort, Taking the Mississippi Cure,Ž commemorates the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. Aretired Miami-Dade Community College professor, Watkins will share her memories and read from her memoir Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Gallery on Greene, 606 Greene St., Key West. Shell also sign books following the reading, which begins at 5 p.m. The Last Resort begins in childhood at Allisons Wells, a Mississippi spa popular among properŽ white people, run by her aunt. Life at the rambling hotel seems like paradise, Watkins recalls, even though she wondered about a caste system that has colored people cooking every meal, yet forbids their sitting with whites to eat. Once integration is court-mandated, her father becomes a stalwart captain in defense of Jim Crow as a counselor to fiery, segregationist Governor Ross Barnett. KW gallery hosts author on Sept.14BOOKS The Last Resort, by Norma Watkins is published by the University Press of Mississippi. Sculptor Lauren McAloon has been experimenting with naturallyactivated sound elements.(Left) Andy Thurbers vibrant color palette captures Key West of yesteryear. (Above)See Watkins,9BLAttitudes Staff

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Saturday,September 10,2011 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A Countyslossofbargain.Ifthe successfulbidderexecutesthe contractandcommences performance,thenthebid securitywillbereturned.The bidsecuritiesofunsuccessful biddersandbidsecuritiesinthe Countyspossessionformore thanninety(90)daysfromthe dateofbidopeningmustalso bereturned. Inaccordancewiththe provisionsofSection255.05, FloridaStatutes,apublic constructionbondwillbe requiredfor100%ofthe contractprice.SeeDivisionII, SectionAPublicConstruction Bond. CertificationofNonsegregated FacilitiesandEqual OpportunityReportStatements mustbesignedasincludedin thebidproposal.Failureto completetheseformsmaybe groundsforrejectingbids. Nobidswillbeconsidered unlessthebidderisproperly qualifiedtosubmitaproposal forthisconstructionin accordancewithallapplicable lawsoftheStateofFlorida. Thisshallincludeevidenceof possessionofacurrentlicense toperformthistypeofwork. Non-residentsofthestate,ifa corporation,shallshow evidenceofqualificationbythe SecretaryofStatetodo businessinFlorida. A llbidderssubmittingbidsfor construction,improvement, remodelingorrepairofpublic building,willfurnishevidence thatthebidderholdsan appropriatecurrentcertificate ofregistrationperCh.489.113, F.S.,unlessexemptunderCh. 489.113,F.S. DatedatKeyWest,Florida,this 26thdayofAugust,2011. MonroeCounty PurchasingDepartment PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3772100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2011-DR-962-K CristinaCovas, Petitioner A A and LeslieMason, Respondent. AMENDEDNOTICEOF ACTIONFORDISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE TO:LeslieMason Unknown YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton CristinaCovas whose addressis 501GreeneSt., KeyWest,FL33040 onor before October14,2011, and filetheoriginalwiththeclerkof thisCourtat 500WHITEHEAD ST., / 101,KEYWEST,FL 33040 beforeserviceon Petitonerorimmediately thereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso, adefaultmaybeentered againstyoufortherelief demandedinthepetition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:September6,2011. CLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT By:MarisladyLopez DeputyClerk PublishSeptember10,17,24, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3782400 NOTICEOFCOLLECTIVE BARGAININGSESSION TheMonroeCountySheriffs OfficeandtheTeamsterswill engageincollectivebargaining forMCSODetentionDeputies onSeptember20,2011atthe SheriffsAdministrative Headquarters,5525College RoadonStockIsland.Session isscheduledfor2:00p.m.to 4:00p.m.Eachsessionisopen tothepublic.Anyonedesiring toappealanydecisiontakenat anysessionwillneedarecord oftheproceedings,andmay needtoensurethataverbatim recordoftheproceedingsis made.Ifyouneed accommodationorassistance toattend,pleasecontactVal Marinelloat305-292-7001. PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3772700 NOTICEOF REQUESTFORPROPOSALS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS thaton October 11,2011at3:00P.M. atthe MonroeCountyPurchasing Office,theBoardofCounty CommissionersofMonroe County,Florida,willopen sealedproposalsforthe following: ON-SITESEWER CONNECTIONSATKEY LARGORECYCLEYARD, KEYLARGOANIMAL SHELTERANDFRIENDSHIP PARK KEYLARGO,MONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA RFP-PWD-284-81-2011PUR/CV TheBoardofCounty CommissionersofMonroe County,Floridahereby requestssealedproposals fromapplicantswhowishto connectthree(3)locationsin KeyLargo,FLtotheKeyLargo WastewaterTreatmentDistrict sewerutility;KeyLargo RecycleYard,KeyLargo A nimalShelterandFriendship Park.Anyproposalshall complywiththelaws, ordinances,rulesand regulationsoftheCounty,State andFederalgovernment. Proposalswhichdonotcomply A A aresubjecttorejectionbythe BoardofCounty Commissioners.Thespecific requirementsfortheproposals aresetoutintheRequestfor Proposal. Requirementsforsubmission andtheselectioncriteriamay berequestedfrom DemandStarbyOnviaat www.demandstar.comor www.monroecountybids.com orcalltoll-freeat 1-800-711-1712.ThePublic Recordisavailableatthe PurchasingOfficelocatedat theGatoBuilding,1100 SimontonStreet,KeyWest,FL 33040.Technicalquestions shouldbedirected, inwriting, toJoeMedallion,Directorof UpperKeysOperations, MonroeCountyPublicWorks Department,88770Overseas Highway,Tavernier,FL33070 orbyfacsimileto(305) 852-7117.Allanswerswillbe byAddenda.Sitevisitsareto becoordinatedwithMr.Joe Medallionbyphoning(305) 852-7161. Interestedfirmsorindividuals arerequestedtoindicatetheir interestbysubmitting two(2) signedoriginals ofthe proposalinasealedenvelope clearlymarkedontheoutside,  SealedProposalforOn-Site SewerConnectionsatKey LargoRecycleYard,Key LargoAnimalShelterand FriendshipPark,Monroe County,Florida addressed to: MonroeCounty PurchasingOffice 1100SimontonStreet, Room1-213 KeyWest,FL33040 Phone:(305)292-4466 Fax:(305)292-4465 A llproposalsmustbereceived bytheCountyPurchasing Officebefore3:00P.M.on October11,2011.Any proposalsreceivedafterthis dateandtimewillbe automaticallyrejected. Materialsmaybedeliveredby CertifiedMail,ReturnReceipt Requested,hand-deliveredor couriered.Faxedore-mailed proposalswillbeautomatically rejected.Handdelivered Proposalsmayrequesta receipt.Ifsentbymailorby courier,theabove-mentioned envelopeshallbeenclosedin anotherenvelopeaddressedto theentityandaddressstated above.Proposersshouldbe awarethatcertainexpress A A mailserviceswillnot guaranteespecifictime deliverytoKeyWest,Florida.It isthesoleresponsibilityofeach Proposertoensuretheir proposalisreceivedinatimely fashion. MonroeCountysperformance andobligationtopayunderthis contractiscontingentuponan annualappropriationbythe BoardofCounty Commissioners. A llsubmissionsmustremain validforaperiodofninety(90) daysfromthedateofthe deadlineforsubmissionstated above.TheBoardwill automaticallyrejectthe responseofanypersonor affiliatewhoappearsonthe convictedvendorlistprepared bytheDepartmentof ManagementServices,Stateof Florida,underSec. 287.133(3)(d),Florida Statutes.MonroeCounty declaresthatallorportionsof thedocumentsandwork papersandotherformsof deliverablespursuanttothis requestshallbesubjectto reusebytheCounty. A llproposals,includingthe recommendationoftheCounty A dministratorandthe requestingDepartmentHead, willbepresentedtotheBoard ofCountyCommissionersfor finalawardingorotherwise.No bindingcontractiscreated betweenanyperson/firmand theCountyuntilacontractis approvedbytheCounty Commission.TheBoard reservestherighttorejectany andallproposals,towaive informalitiesinanyorall proposals,andtore-advertise forproposals.TheBoardalso reservestherighttoseparately acceptorrejectanyitemor itemsofaproposal,orportion ofthework,andtoaward and/ornegotiateacontractin thebestinterestoftheCounty. DatedatKeyWestthis29th dayofAugust,2011. MonroeCounty PurchasingDepartment PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3756600 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Yards Etc. locatedat 7527 GulfstreamBoulevard, inthe Countyof Monroe, inthecityof Marathon,Florida33050 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. NormanPhilipps, BettePhilipps, Owners PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3783900 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Ocean ReefFoundation locatedat 200AnchorDrive inthe Countyof Monroe, intheCity of KeyLargo Florida33037 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. Datedthis8thdayof September,2011. OceanReefCommunity Foundation,Inc. PublishSeptember10,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551 M O R A D A B A Y B E A C H C A F E €M M 8 1 6 B e a c h P P a r t y The Original Saturday,September 10th,2011Enter tainment Scott Youngberg 5-9pm Clint Wiley 9pm-?Parade & Fireworks D J  s a t P i e r r e  s a n d M o r a d a B a y f r o m 1 0 p m ? ~ A B C C i r c u s € F i r e w o r k s 2 1 a n d u p € D a n c e i n t h e S a n d d € B e a c h P a r a d e S p o n s o r e d b y B a c a r d i € B B Q M e n u a n d B o n f i r e s o n t h e B e a c h $ 1 5 C o v e r M o r a d a B a y / / B e a c h P a r t y3 0 5 6 6 4 0 6 0 4 ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA KEYS ISLAMORADA,FLORIDAKEYS ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA KEYS 305-664-8400 € MM 85.5 O ceanside At Snake Creek BridgeWatch for these Specials at The Grill€ Annual LOCALS Menu Coming Soon € RemembertheFREELocals Breakfast? ITLL BE BACK SOON! SIZZLIN SUMMER SPECIALS: JUST$12.95!TUESDA Y : F ALL-OFF-THEBONEBBQ RIBS FRIDA Y : SUCCULENT JUICY PRIME RIBC C o m e b y b o a t LIVEFLORIDALOBSTERFresh from Keys Waters to your plateANDyou can still enjoy theseNOWENJOY O r o z c o B r o o k s P h i l l i p s ,Marky Pierson, Lois Songer, Sherry Sweet T,Andy Thurber, Maureen Tracy Venti, Peter Vey and Debra Yates. Lauren McAloon came to Key West from New England eighteen years ago. Shes worked as facilities coordinator at The Studios for some time. Now, Im, thrilled about being one of the newest Studio occupants,Ž she said. Most recently, I have been exploring ceramic and naturally activated sound elements.Ž Orozco was born in Colombia, South America where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Architecture in 1981 from the Universidad del Valle in the city of Cali. In 1987, he moved to Key West where he was employed as an architect until opening his Design Studio in 1994. As a residential designer, Orozcos work has included new construction projects, additions, renovations and the adaptive reuse of historic structures as well as the design of fine furniture, swimming pools, and bamboo structures and fences. And he paints. My current works, which utilize acrylic paint on canvas, represent a free flowing expression of my inner self in the creative process,Ž Orozco said. It is probably best described as contemporary abstract expressionism.Ž Since its beginning in Nov. 2006, The Studios has hosted 30 artists as part of its residency program, which provides long-term studio space in the Armory and a sister property at 610 White St. TSKWhas grown and developed over the years in so many ways,Ž Scott said. This months Walk on White is a great chance for folks to stop in, say hello, and see what exciting new projects our artists are working on,Ž Scott said. Weve got 28 amazing exhibitions planned from now through next summer, and we hope people plan to see each one.Ž For more about all the 15 artists in residence and their works, visit: www.TSKW.org The Studios of Key West. 600 White St., is now taking advance registrations for workshops and classes coming this fall. Early registration is only available by phone. Call 296-0458. Details of the full 2011/12 program season will be available when the print catalog is released in mid-October.Artists explore their muse at The StudiosFrom Studios,6B Guillermo Orozco began his training as an architect and designer,adding painting to his repertoire since moving to Key West. Artist Lois Songer uses an age old technique called lampworkingŽto produce hand-crafted glass beads, winding hot molten glass around thin stainless steel rods.LATTITUDES BRIEFSCrane Point reopens Oct.1Crane Point Museum and Nature Center will be closed through Sept. 30. Officials announced the September closure afte r the Labor Day weekend. Crane Point will resume regular hours Saturday, Oct. 1. The museum, gift shop and nature trails are open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. and Sundays noon 5 p.m. For more information, call 305-743-3900.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,September 10,2011 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A DEP PARK RANGER #37020552 ISLAMORADALignumvitae / Windley Key is seeking a Park Ranger for the Islamorada area. Must have ability to perform maintenance on facilities and grounds, operate small equipment and a variety of hand tools, process daily reports, have day to day contact with park staff and patrons and have ability to conduct interpretive tours, travel to and from island parks by boat, able to work 40 hr. week, (weekends and holidays), successfully complete background check and fingerprint check and have a valid drivers license. Benefits include earning paid annual, sick and holiday leave, and retirement. Must submit an application through the PEOPLE FIRSTsystem at the following website address: https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logon.htm Or send completed application to: P.O. Box 1052, Islamorada, FL33036. Closing date for receiving application: 09/14/11. For additional information, please contact Park Manager Melba Nezbed at 305-664-2540 A A A A HOUSEKEEPER & FLOOR PERSONExceptional Living, Exceptional PeoplePlantation Key Nursing Center located in Tavernier, is seeking a full time Housekeeper and Floor Person. We offer a benefits program. To apply for the position, please submit your resume to terry@plantationkeync.com NOWHIRING NOW HIRINGSmall Islamorada resort looking for experienced Front DeskHelp. Must be honest,hard working, with good computer and people skills.PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO: BAYFRONTRESORT@ROCKETMAIL.COM ATTENTION TONY. FULL TIME COOKExceptional Living, Exceptional PeoplePlantation Key Nursing Center located in Tavernier, is seeking a full time Cook. Must be Serve Safe Certified. We offer a benefits program. To apply for the position, please submit your resume to terry@plantationkeync.com NOWHIRING POSITION AVAILABLE5 yrs management experience or college degree with 2 yrs management experience. Retail experience a plus. Resumes to be faxed to: Human Resources 305-885-0144 A A TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A A A ALARMTECH,EXPD .Must havegoodreferences,valid driverslicense.Worktruck helpful.DFWP.Call743-2522 orfaxresumeto743-2022. FULLTIMESERVICETECH WindsweptA/C&Appliances, inMarathonnowhiring.Must have5yrs.exp.Pleaseappyin person2735OverseasHwy. GATEATTENDANT Nights&weekends.Middle Keys.Pleasefaxresumeor letterofinterest305-664-5268 Plumbing/electrical/marine supply lookingformotivated, career-minded,bilingualyard/ counterperson. Call305-451-9515. SAILINGINSTRUCTORS Wewilltraintherightpeople. Sendresume/infoto floridakeyssailing…comcast.net 305-731-8105 SALESPERSON: Sellladies fashions,jewelry,giftsand homedecoratKrazyLarrys StoreofMarathon. CallBonnie305-743-0514 Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. € Contagion (PG-13):1:05,4:00,7:00 and 9:35 p.m. € Creature (R):1:10,4:10,7:20 and 9:50 p.m. € Apollo 18 (PG-13):1:20,4:15,7:15 and 9:40 p.m. € Shark Night (PG-13):1:25,4:20,7:25 and 9:55 p.m. € The Debt (R):1:15,4:25,7:05 and 9:45 p.m. € The Help (PG-13):1:00,4:05,7:10 and 10:10 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 € Bride Flight (R):Daily 1:30 and 6:15 p.m.,except Monday1:30 p.m.only € Rise of the Planet of the Apes (PG-13):Daily 1:30 and 6:00 p.m. € Dont Be Afraid of the Dark (R):Daily 1:45,4:00,6:15, 8:30 p.m.,except Sunday 4:00,6:15 and 8:30 p.m.only € Sarahs Key (PG-13):Daily 2:00,4:15,6:30 and 8:45 p.m. € The Trip (NR):Daily 4:00,and 9:00 p.m.,except Monday 4:00 p.m.only € Horrible Bosses (R):Daily 3:45 and 8:15 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 € Rise of the Planet of the Apes (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 € Contagion (PG-13):2:00,4:30,7:20 and 9:45 p.m. € Shark Night (R):2:00,4:25,7:20 and 9:35 p.m. € Apollo 18 (PG-13):2:10.4:35,7:35 and 9:45 p.m. € Our Idiot Brother (R):2:05,4:15,7:30 and 9:40 p.m. € The Help (PG-13):3:30,6:45 and 9:50 p.m. Keys Movie Times Marathon Community CinemaShowtimes: Fri Thurs 7:00 & 9:30 € Sat & Sun 2:00, 7:00 & 9:30 Starring: James Franco, Andy Serkis and Freida PintoPhone: 743-0288 €Hearing Assistance Now AvailableRated: PG-13 Underwater camera work gets high marksTurtle: The Incredible Journey Rated G, 81 min., opens Friday, Sept. 9, Tropic Cinema, Key West This documentary tells the story of one baby turtle and its fight for survival against tremendous odds. There are a lot of facts and figures quoted in the film, but the key statistic is that, out of every 10,000 eggs, only 1 hatchling will likely survive to adulthood. The heart of the film is the tale of a turtles life over a span of 25 years and with some stunning, breathtaking scenes above and under the sea, the movie is worth watching for the cinematography alone. Our tiny turtle begins life literally buried in the sand on a Florida beach and, after a dangerous run for the ocean, her journey continues at sea for the next quarter century, until our intrepid heroine returns to that same exact beach to lay her eggs. Along the way, she must struggle to survive against all sorts of perils and predators, including the most dangerous peril of all us. TurtleŽ was directed by Nick Stringer, an Emmywinning producer and director, who uses the film as a way to show the plight of endangered species and the need for ocean conservation. Not a bad message, and the crew filmed all over the Caribbean and Atlantic to capture rare footage of turtles. But some scenes were filmed using rescued turtles in a specially built marine studio.Ž Stringer says that in some scenes the interactions between the characters were digitally enhanced with the latest in special FX and bluescreen technology.Ž One FX expert wrote that the visual special-effects footage of 3-D wild animalsI helped produce for Turtlewas so realistic even expert zoologistsdidnt know what they were watching.Ž He continued, Besides final modeling and texturing and animation of three photorealistic 3-D hero turtle characters indistinguishable in every way from real turtles, I modeled textured and animated blue sharks and composited and supervised almost 100 photorealistic documentary realism shots.Ž That means that much of Turtle: The Incredible JourneyŽ was created on a computer or in a studio. So can TurtleŽ claim to be a documentary? Or is it a docudrama instead? Whats real and whats not? Does it really matter? Ill leave that up to the viewer to decide. Manufacturing reality isnt new in documentaries and I believe the story of our turtles life and voyage is worth telling, even if there is a little Hollywood magic involved. The negative aspects are the ever-present narration and the blaring musical score. Writer Melanie Finn, best known for her work on the erotic made-for-cable films Red Shoe Diaries,Ž seems unable to leave that melodrama behind and the narration, by a serious Miranda Richardson (Enchanted April), is overly theatrical. Moses was probably less dramatic when he brought the Ten Commandments down from the mountain. And the music swells and booms as if in competition with the narration to see which can be more over-thetop. Conductor and composer Elmer Bernstein would love it. But even with those two strikes against it, I do think TurtleŽ is worth seeing. The striking ocean scenes will enthrall nature lovers and environmentalists will appreciate the ecological message of the film. And if other viewers can just tune out the sound and enjoy the cinematography, I think theyll enjoy it too.Film captures Florida turtles fight to surviveFILM 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbthe a tres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! Contagion (PG13) 2:00;4:30;7:20;9:45 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Shark Night 3D (R) 2:00;4:25;7:20;9:35 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Apollo 18 (PG-13) 2:10;4:35;7:35;9:45 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Our Idiot Brother (R) 2:05;4:15;7:30;9:40 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€The Help (PG-13) 3:30;6:45;9:50 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Sorry,no passes.* Friday & Saturday Only Contributed PhotoUnderwater photography and special effects are combined in this film.Craig Wanous KEYS FILM

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Saturday,September 10,2011 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A Apremiere resort in Islamorada is interviewing for the following positionThe selected candidate will enjoy a friendly work place where smiles are part of the uniform, competitive wages and an excellent benefits pkg.Apply in person MM 83.5Front Desk Groundsman Must be experienced, flexible, and be able to work weekends and holidays. A A A A Martinis Fine Wine & Spirits IslamoradaNow hiring energetic. motivated individuals seeking Part-time employment. Nights, weekends and holidays necessary.Apply in personTradewinds Liquors, MM 101, Key Largo For job description call Esther 305-451-5958 A A A A A A A A Office/ReservationsF/TSalary Dive experience a plus, not requiredCall 305-451-7171EXT. 210 rainbowreefsuzette@gmail.com www .rainbowreef.us 100.8 Overseas Hwy. Come work in our brand new AIR CONDITIONED KITCHENA BASS PRO SHOPS AFFILIATENOW INTERVIEWING FOR: Excellent $$$$$ Potential, Flexible Schedules (AM/PM Available), Phenomenal Benefits (Medical, dental, 401K, & holidays) Apply @ Restaurant Administrative Office 81532 Overseas Hwy., MM 81.5 Bayside Islamorada, Fl 33036 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASEEOE Drug Free Workplace Restaurant Manager A A A A Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82 A A OFFICEADMINISTRATOR Onlyifyouhaveaproven recordasapositive,extremely reliable,selfstartercapableof interactingwithandsupporting awiderangeofindividualsand diversejobrequirementsEmail resumetoknowles32…live.com Computerknowledgeand competencyrequired. A A BARTENDER&SERVER Neededfornewupscale restaurantinMarathon.Please call Catch53, 305-289-0303 ext.104orcell,305-923-4297. FRONTDESKCLERK F/TorP/T,experience necessary.Applyinperson, 351E.OceanDr.,KeyColony Beach,8-5,M-F. MARKET/RESTAURANT helpneeded. Cookingexperience, BILINGUALAMUST. Marathon.Call305-735-4132 RESORTHELP Immediateopenings FrontDesk/Reservations Marathon797-1707 WORKONTHEOCEAN CabanaBreezesnowhiring SERVERS and BARBACKS A pplyinperson, 401E.OceanDr.,KCB. A A LookingforaLocal Business? Alsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A LookingforaLocalService? A lsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A ACLEANOUT! Allmustgo. Sat8-2(rainorshine)TVs, kitchenstuff,tables,VHSs, DVDs,desks,books,Lazy Boy,chairs. 79827thSt. HugeYardSale,Sat9/10 8am-2pm KeyColonyBeach, 390EOceanDrive Boating,Diving,Tools Household 70HPoutboard KEYSNET.COM Marathons Only Full Moon Pool PartyEntertainment 7:30 10:30 PMThurs.Karaoke J.R.€ Fri.Adrienne € Sat.Live Music 305-289-7662 Ext. 6$1 Jello Shots $2 DraftsMusic by D.J.LuckyDrink Specials Food GiveawaysMon.,Sept.12,2011 7pm to 12 amJoin us every day and relax in our pool! FREEWI-FI FIRE DANCER T E R R A C E B A RBOATMANSSOMBRERORESORTANDMARINA19 Sombrero Blvd.Marathon MUSTBE 21 H i s d a u g h t e r f l o u n d e r s looking for escape. Afine house, wonderful children, and a successful husband do not compensate for the shock of Mississippis brutal response to change, daily made manifest by the men in her home. When a civil rights lawyer offers love and escape, does a good southern lady dare leave her home state and closed society behind? Former Miami Herald reporter Madeleine Blais writes: Norma Watkinss The Last Resort: Taking the Mississippi Cure joins the esteemed ranks of Carson McCullers and Harper Lee. By going through the eyes of the perfect spy, that most marginal of creatures, a young female child, to nail the complexities, hypocrisy, and even dangers in the adult world, Watkins winds up giving her readers a gift of enduring beauty.Ž The St. Petersburg Times review notes that Watkins began writing The Last Resort long before The Help, Kathryn Stocketts fictional account of Jackson in the civil rights era, was published. Stockett grew up there, too, but is young enough to have to imagine her story back to that time and to be able to imagine its ending filled with comeuppance and uplift. Watkins lived it, and her storys ending is far less rosy,Ž writes the St. Pete Times Colette Bancroft. For more information about the Sept. 14 reading, call 923-4778.Agift of enduring beautyFrom Watkins,6B € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover € 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances € 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome NEW99¢Sausage Biscuit! 7am-11am DailyMM 101.3 Key Largo www.KeyLargoArbys.com Contributed PhotosAuthor Norma Watkins notes the helpŽgathered backstage at her sisters wedding. www.keysnet.com Key West artist featured at Hollywood showKey West artist Deborah Goldman will be recognized at the opening reception Friday, Sept. 9, at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St., Hollywood, Fl. Shes one of a dozen South Florida artists whose work has been chosen for fellowships from the South Florida Cultural Consortium. Goldman, a former studio artist and now a board member of The Studios of Key West, is the only Monroe County artist represented in the show, which will be on exhibit Sept. 9 through Oct. 16. Her work will also be showcased at Boundless Ambition, an exhibit at the Thompson Gallery at The Cambridge School of Weston, Ma. That show runs through Nov. 7. Winners of the 23rd Annual South Florida Cultural Consortium Visual and Media Arts Fellowship Awards were selected during a two-tier j udging process, which included participation by regional and national arts experts. Selection by the regional panel was anonymous and based solely on the quality of the artistswork as evidenced by digital images, slides, or video/films submitted, according to the consortium. The regional panel forwarded their recommendations to a national panel, which included Dina Deitsch, Associate Curator, DeCordava Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA; and Cheryl Hartup, Chief Curator, Museo de Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico. The South Florida Cultural Consortium, formed in 1985, is an alliance of the local art agencies in Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, MiamiDade, and Monroe counties. For more information about the exhibition, visit: www.artandculture center.org Goldmans work can be seen at the Lucky Street Gallery, 1130 Duval St., Key West or by visiting her website: www.deborah goldman.comDeborah Goldman among winners in S.FloridaART Ballet Counting IIIby Deborah Goldman.

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