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WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 19,2011 VOLUME 58,NO.84 25 CENTS Home not so sweet Home isn't where the heart is for the football Dolphins,who drop their homecoming game to Chaminade.Story, 1B A real tough loss The football Conchs of Key West take a gamble on a conversion,and lose.Story, 1B THE TIME WARP AGAINPhoto by ANDY NEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAUCast members of The Rocky Horror Show'dance the time warp Sunday at the Murray E.Nelson Government and Cultural Center in Key Largo.The Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center staged the three-day run of the show.The group's next production is Steel Magnolias,'set for Nov.4,5 and 6.College reinventing math instructionWith the start of the spring semester, math instruction at Florida Keys Community College's Stock Island campus will go through a complete overhaul, abandoning the traditional lecture format in favor of a student-focused, selfpaced curriculum. The initiative, dubbed Island TIME: Transition Into Math Excellence, is a fiveyear plan that comprises the quality enhancement plan component of FKCC's re-accreditation process, overseen by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The college hopes to be re-accredited for 10 years in June. It's crucial because students at a regionally accredited school are capable of transferring credit hours to other colleges and universities, and able to gain access to federal and other types of financial aid they otherwise couldn't."If we don't get reaffirmed," said Erica MacWilliams, dean of student affairs and accreditation, "we may as well close our doors. We want our credits to transfer and we want our students to get financial aid."Florida students entering college have to take what's called the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test to determine their level of math competency; there is an exemption for students meeting scoring thresholds on the Scholastic Aptitude Test or ACT. The new program is designed to increase the success rate of students who test below the college level; those students have to take non-credit courses before they can enter math classes required by their particular degree track. The former classes "basic mathematics" and "introduction to algebra" are being replaced with two sections of "developmental math." The traditional "talk and chalk" teaching method is being replaced by a technology-driven course that will allow student to work at their own pace, providing opportunity for more one-on-one interaction with instructors and tutors. Gavin McKeirnan, the college's QEPcoordinator, referred to the remedialIt's part of the difficult process of getting regional re-accreditationBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGE KEYS WEATHERKeynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYDuval Street in Key West is nearly empty Monday,but some diehards still found a way stay dry and hit the city's main tourist thoroughfare.Cool-down to follow downpoursAgenerally calm Tuesday afternoon became increasingly less so as light turned to dark.At 3:45 p.m., the National Weather Service in Key West issued a tornado warning for all of the Keys, with rain and high winds which had already battered the islands since the weekend expected overnight. The tornado warning was due to expire at 10 p.m.The warning prompted Monroe County Administrator Roman Gastesi to send all county workers home when the warning took effect. He cited "severe weather approaching the area."Today could be an awful day for the beach or boating. Winds are expected to blow 20 to 25 knots and seas offshore could run seven to nine feet.However, locals and visitors can expect to trade their slickers in for some coolweather gear as the end of the week comes, as predictions indicate a big drop in temperature. In fact, the prolonged wet weather, the result of a large and slow moving lowpressure system, is expected to begin clearing tonight. At that point, Key West National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Rothwell said, look for the low temperature in the Lower and Middle Keys to drop to around 70, with the high around 80, "and a few ticks cooler in the Upper Keys."Tonight, "We should see some clearing," Rothwell said.Rothwell said over a three-day period running from 7 a.m. Sunday until 7 a.m. Tuesday, instruments at Key West International Airport recorded 10.35 inches of rain. In Marathon, 8.19 inches fell, and 8 inches fell in Key Largo. County Airports Director Peter Horton said Delta cancelled two Key West Monday flights, a mid-day and lateafternoon route; Gulfstream/ Continental cancelled two; and AirTran and Cape Air each cancelled one flight. The airport was closed from 6:45 to 9:40 a.m. Horton said the only otherKeys swamped, flights nixed, roads closed$800K yacht stolenIf you've got a 55-foot, $800,000 yacht that isn't yours, authorities would like a word with you. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says such a boat a Sedan Bridge Sea Ray was stolen from Marina Del Mar at mile marker 100 in Key Largo on Thursday. The agency says the owner, from Miami Beach, brought the vessel down on Oct. 11 intending to stay five days with his family. Then on Thursday, the dock master saw the vessel leaving the marina around 10 a.m. When it didn't return later that day, she tried getting in touch with the owner, and finally did on Friday.He told her no one had permission to take the boat, so she called the Sheriff's Office, which is still searching for the vessel, called the Cynthia Marie Also looking for it are the U.S. Coast Guard and state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.55-footer is taken from Marina Del MarKEY LARGOThree in line to buy Peary CourtThe company that's selling the Peary Court neighborhood in Key West for the U.S. Navy is working with three prospective buyers interested in taking over ownership and management of the 23-acre, 157-unit residential site.Meanwhile, staff with the city's Planning Department recommends an interim land-use designation of zoning in progress that would serve as a placeholder, limiting more development on the property until the futureland-use element of the city's comprehensive plan and land development regulations can be changed.Representatives of Balfour Beatty Communities, a Newton Square, Pa., company that manages Navy housing and is overseeing the Peary Court sale, would not identify the three potential buyers or price range.But city Planning Director Don Craig said he had heard "rumored" figures in the $25 million to $30 million range for the Palm Avenue complex.Key West attorney David Paul Horan, the local counsel for Balfour Beatty subsidiary Southeast Housing Inc., said the plan is to sell the entire parcel to a single buyer.Meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday at Old City Hall, the city Planning Board will receive an update on the city's end of the project, potentially approving the zoning-in-progress designation and sending it to the City Commission for a final OK.From there, changes to the comprehensive plan and land development regulations would be coordinated with the state Division of Community Planning, formerly the Department of Community Affairs."This interim zoning designation gives us control over the types of development that could occur on the property," Craig said. "It also provides the future property owner, whoever that may be, with clear direction as to their rights to maintain that number of units."But during that period of time, it will not allow the property owner to move ahead with variances, development plans, exceptions, conditional uses, that mightNavy property could go for $30 millionBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WESTSee College,2ASee Peary Court,2ASee Weather,3A Fishing the Florida KeysThis weekend will bring much cooler temperatures to the Keys,and that means a big change in fishing. Captain's column, 1BA break for boaters?Free or low-cost sewage pumpout for boaters could be coming to the Florida Keys.Story, 3A
A56-year-old Marathon woman who police say was caught with 6.5 pounds of marijuana Friday night says she needed it to battle pain from rheumatoid arthritis, says the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Lillian Jennen was charged with felony possession and had her 1998 Saturn and $5,070 in cash seized for possible forfeiture. Deputy Becky Herrin says the agency's Special Investigations Division received a tip Jennen had the illegal weed. Deputy Chuck Kellenberger saw the car southbound on U.S. 1 on Grassy Key around 7:30 p.m. and followed it as it turned onto Coco Plum Drive. He pulled Jennen over after seeing she wasn't wearing her seatbelt, Herrin said. She said Jennen "was nervous" as she spoke with Kellenberger and that "her hands were shaking and she was breathing quickly." Kellenberger reportedly smelled the marijuana, and she reportedly admitted she drove to Miami to buy it. Jennen said the $5,070 was originally meant to buy more weed but she changed her mind, Herrin said. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,October 19,2011 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.8672 THURS.7969 FRI.7869 SAT.7969 Forecast: Expect mostly cloudy skies with showers likely,turning to mostly sunny conditions Thursday. 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:Founders Park,Islamorada.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. 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Beginning Jan. 22, the U.S. Postal Service says, the following price increases will take effect:The cost to mail letters goes up a penny to 45 cents.The cost to mail postcards goes up 3 cents to 32 cents.Letters to Canada or Mexico go from 80 cents to 85 cents.Letters to other international destinations increase 7 cents, to $1.05. The Postal Service has been trying to stay afloat for years but increasingly, it's falling behind due to e-mail and the Internet in general. Postal officials say a big part of the problem is the socalled retiree health benefit pre-payment, which costs the agency $5.5 billion annually. The Postal Service delivers to more than 150 million addresses daily and the 167 billion pieces of mail delivered annually account for more than 40 percent of the world's mail. 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It's heartbreaking.According to statistics compiled as part of the reaccreditation process, between July and October, out of 362 students tested, 119 placed into "basic mathematics" and another 116 into "introduction to algebra."From data compiled over a five-year period, McKiernan said that 63 percent of first-time college students tested into "basic mathematics." Only 39 percent of them "were successfully completing the course and advancing. Of those students, more than half were withdrawing from their courses, and some even from their degree programs.""In short, many FKCC students were abandoning their education before they ever got started."The Island: TIME program will be housed in a new classroom/lab space that is still being outfitted with 40 computers and new furniture.Instructor Susan Carroll, a 20-year math teacher, and a team of two assistants will teach the classes, utilizing the My Math Lab program, which features an electronic textbook, video lessons and applications that gauge student progression and grade papers. "Alot of my current students are really looking forward to this," she said. "It's going to be a lot more individually focused." "Usually students who are taking developmental classes in general, not just math, one of the things they need to do is learn how to be a student." "I think the way nationally we've been teaching math has become antiquated," McKiernan said. "The scenario of lecture-based instruction is not really working for today's students. We want to spur a revolution-a cultural change instructionally at the institution." She said that if Island: TIME proved effective, the same method could be applied to reading and writing instruction.Math overhaul for Keys collegeFrom College,1A get in the way of or harm the effort to amend the comprehensive plan and the zoning. It is basically a placeholder, if you will." Issues noted in city planning reports include impacts to the city's hurricane evacuation plan, the effect on the city's building permit allocation system, whether the units are up to code, and whether a percentage of the units must be designated as "affordable." "The existing regulation contemplates or requires new development have 30 percent of the units affordable," Craig said. "The question becomes: Is this new development? No, it was built in 1994-98 when we did not have jurisdiction over it. Therefore, do we have the right, as the city, to require some percentage of affordable housing?""That'll clearly be a policy decision from the City Commission. Balfour Beatty and the Navy both know this issue is there and will be dealt with." Overall, Balfour Beatty manages 895 homes in Key West that are rented to enlisted, civilian and contract personnel, along with non-military-affiliated residents. Before Peary Court became Navy housing, the city leased the space and used it as a park. In 1994, as the housing development was gearing up, former City Commissioner Harry Powell set himself up on the property for 10 hours, explosives strapped to his body, to block the project. He was charged with burglary, extortion, possession of explosives and threatening to use explosives, and served a year in state prison.No changes on propertyFrom Peary Court,1AAccreditation no easy processIn the process of obtaining re-accreditation for Florida Keys Community College, staff has been working since 2009 to evaluate all aspects of college academics, operations and finances.Meeting next with a visiting team from the accrediting body Southern Association of Colleges Schools in midNovember, college officials should know by next summer if their compliance report and quality enhancement plan are acceptable and the organization will accredit the school for another 10 years.Without accreditation, students can't transfer credits to other schools and financial aid would be difficult to obtain. If re-accredited, the designation would start in June and last 10 years. The quality enhancement plan, the centerpiece of the re-accreditation process, outlines a sweeping change in FKCC's mathematics instruction and curriculum, while the compliance report provides an in-depth look at 82 specific criteria."It's a 10-year process" based on peer review, said Eric MacWilliams, dean of student affairs and accreditation, "with a five-year interim report. You're constantly reporting to SACS. It keeps you on your toes and it makes you keep quality in mind."Of the quality indicator, MacWilliams laid out questions FKCC staff should keep in mind when working with students: "Are they learning? Who is learning best? Are they achieving the outcomes we expected? Should we make changes in our programs and services?" Areas included in the SACS assessment include facilities, financials, institutional effectiveness, program content, faculty and their credentials, and student support services. The report is essentially a narrative that accounts for FKCC's compliance with criteria in specific fields, then embeds links to actual documentary evidence that corroborates what is laid out in the report. Problem areas would be identified by the SACS team and sent back to college staff for review and, if needed, corrective action.All aspects are examinedBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Cops: Elderly woman ripped offAccused of defrauding an elderly Lower Keys woman of more than $100,000 over two years, a former handyman was booked into the Monroe County jail Monday.Mark A. Costa, 51, was arrested Sept. 1 in Mesa, Ariz., where he had moved during a months-long investigation into his relationship with Betty Lou Crusoe, an 80-yearold resident of Key Haven.Costa was extradited to Monroe County this week and booked into the Plantation Key Detention Center, where he remained Tuesday in lieu of $150,000 bond.From March 2009 to March 2011, "Mark Costa used the victim's checking account as if it were his own, spending more than $100,000 of her money to benefit himself and his partner," Detective Diane Mimosa of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office wrote in a probablecause affidavit.Crusoe told detectives and Department of Children and Families investigators that she invited Costa, who had performed some work for her since 2007, to move into her waterfront home temporarily.She said she expected Costa to move out when his boyfriend was released from jail but the boyfriend moved in. Crusoe denied authorizing the men to act as caregivers, draw salaries or have access to her bank accounts. Costa apparently set up an online banking system for the victim's accounts and used it to transfer money. The victim told officers she had no idea how online banking works. "Between January 2009 and March 24, 2011, Mark had over $100,000 in checks written to him," investigators noted.The victim said she did not like Costa's boyfriend and would not pay him anything. However, the boyfriend was paid $84,698 in checks from her account over an eightmonth period. That included thousands of dollars in "labor" for putting up decorations on Christmas 2010.Investigators noted many of the victim's checks were listed as being for various home "projects," but the amounts appear to be wildly inflated or written for dubious work. Few receipts were found. Costa faces felony counts of committing grand theft on a victim over age 65 and repeatedly using a credit card without permission. The boyfriend has not been charged.The damage to Key Haven victim exceeds $100KCRIME FRONT COSTACops seize 6.5 pounds of potMARATHONCops: Flare gun shooting failsAKey Largo liveaboard boater remained jailed Tuesday in lieu of $112,000 bond after allegedly holding a flare gun to another man's head and pulling the trigger. The gun failed to go off. George Page, 40, whom jail records say is a laborer, is charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief, burglary and theft for the incident, which took place Friday on Bayview Drive. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says that about 1 a.m., Page was at his ex-girlfriend's house, along with the victim, a 41year-old man. For whatever reason, Page fired the flare gun at the victim, who then pushed Page out the front door and closed it. Page reportedly ran away after damaging the door. After sun-up, Detective Francisco Gaete was assigned to investigate and, on his way to Bayview Drive, saw Page crossing U.S. 1 at mile marker 99 and stopped to talk. A deputy was called to detain Page while Gaete continued to Bayview Drive. Afemale friend of Page, Tommie Camp, was also on the scene where Page was detained, and he gave her a bag he was carrying. In the bag, Deputy Becky Herrin says, was Page's ex-girlfriend's purse, which she said was stolen from her carport that morning. That's when Page was arrested.Suspect aimed it at man's head,they sayKEY LARGO PAGEBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Earn $10.00 of Deal Bucks for referring a friend who makes their first purchase at dealsaver. You must purchase online to receive deals See online for details KEYSNET.COM
Jeweler arrested yet againAn Upper Keys jewelry store owner was jailed on Tuesday, accused of selling a ring he had on consignment and then failing to pay the ring's owner the amount they agreed upon for the sale. This is the second time in 15 months Jeff Halliday, who turned 52 on Monday, has been jailed because of his business practices. The victim this time, an Islamorada woman, told Detective Patrick Crozier from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office she brought her engagement ring into Halliday's shop, Coin of the Realm, in Islamorada, in August 2009. She said he agreed to sell it for her for $6,500 and give her $4,200, keeping the rest.Deputy Becky Herrin said she returned to the shop in November 2010 and asked for the ring back because it hadn't sold. Halliday reportedly told her he sold it to a friend but hadn't received the money.She returned several more times looking for her money but he kept saying he didn't have it yet, Herrin said. She finally went to the State Attorney's Office to file a complaint and was referred to the Sheriff's Office. Halliday was charged Tuesday with grand theft and violating a law requiring him to have a secondhand dealer's license to engage in consignment sales. Bond was set at $6,500 the sale price of the ring.Back in July 2010, Halliday was charged with dealing in stolen property related to the purchase of a shipwreck coin from a burglary suspect. Court records show he completed pretrial intervention.This time, it involves engagement ringAprogram being proposed for Florida Keys waters could provide free or low-cost sewage pumpouts for boats throughout the islands.The Monroe County Commission, meeting today in Key West, will consider a request from staff to proceed in negotiations with the National Marine Waste Foundation to operate a countywide pumpout service at a cost of $1.5 million annually.More than half the cost an estimated $800,000 could be funded through a Clean Vessel program administered by the state Department of Environmental Protection. "In short, the objective is to provide free pumpout service for every Monroe County recreational vessel with a holding tank," Waste Foundation Executive Director Dan Martin in his written proposal to the county.The Destin-based foundation has reached an affiliation agreement with Mote Marine Laboratory to use space at Mote's Summerland Key facility, and operate under Mote's nonprofit status to receive state funding, according to the proposal.The foundation also would seek other grants, and money from Monroe County's Marine Resources budget and local municipalities."They are proposing very good coverage with multiple boats and multiple captains," County Administrator Roman Gastesi said Monday. "This obviously could help our nearshore water quality tremendously." No final decisions on a contract will be sought today, only permission to proceed in talks with the foundation, Gastesi said. Another proposal from LPS Services was rejected by a selection committee as inadequate. Key West attorney David Paul Horan, a Waste Foundation board member, spoke to the County Commission in January about free pumpouts to safeguard Keys waters from being damaged by septic waste illegally discharged by some boaters.County Marine Resources Senior Administrator Rich Jones said talks with the foundation likely would seek to drop some remote areas from coverage in an effort to lower the program's annual cost.The foundation proposes to operate at least six boats throughout unincorporated Monroe County, and talk with local municipalities to run operations in areas like Key West and Marathon. The Waste Foundation is associated with PumpOutUSA, a firm that builds all the septic-pumpout boats now used in the Keys.The county runs one pumpout boat in Key Largo (currently not operating until a new contractor is signed) while cities have their own boats.Putting all the licensed captains and 11 boats under the Waste Foundation could create "an economy of scale" that could make the operation feasible, Gastesi said. Monroe County initially would be asked to turn over about $200,000 in Boating Improvement Funds it now spends on its pumpout operation. "We're not talking about taking money away from channel markers or removing derelict vessels," Gastesi said. "It's about enhancing the service." Monroe County is working on a pilot anchoring program approved by the state to create new rules for anchoring boats in Boca Chica Channel, Key West Harbor and Key Largo's Sunset Cove. Part of that program would be requiring boats in those areas to have pumpouts. "We don't want to require people to have to jump through hoops if we don't have the service available," Jones said. For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com/News. 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"It was a lot of rain for an airport that sits only 2.5 feet above sea level."He noted that the runway never flooded; rather, the parallel taxiway had standing water that was removed with pumps. The deluge caused some flooding in the Southernmost City, temporarily closing down parts of Front and United streets, Patterson Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard; swamping several vehicles; and spurring business owners in low-lying parts of Old Town to sandbag their establishments.Some homes in the area of Rose Street and Atlantic Boulevard may have sustained some flood damage. The only other rainrelated incident involved a rake-on-truck assault. Catherine Street resident Alex Boehm was using a rake to clean his storm drain when Rodney Berg drove by, creating a wake. "Boehm said he became angry," according to a police report, "and swung his rake at Berg's vehicle, striking it on the hood." Boehm apologized and Berg declined to press charges.Keys dousedFrom Weather,1AHomestead man struck, killedAHomestead resident was killed early Sunday while walking on U.S. 1 in Key Largo, the Florida Highway Patrol reported. It was the second straight traffic fatality in Monroe County stemming from a pedestrian being hit on the highway in Key Largo, and the 13th overall south of Florida City this year. Jean Bernard, 43, apparently died immediately after being hit around 1 a.m. by a northbound van driven by Donald Miller, 67, of Key Largo. FHPinvestigators said Bernard was walking in the northbound lanes of U.S. 1 near mile marker 97. No charges were filed at the scene pending additional investigation. The last Keys traffic death was Sept. 21, when a 59-year-old Vermont woman died after being struck while walking across the southbound lanes of U.S. 1 at mile marker 99, about two miles from the scene of Sunday's accident. Meanwhile, wet weather may have been a factor in two Saturday accidents in the Florida Keys. A2003 Hummer plunged into waters near Conch Key around 4:10 p.m., forcing the driver to escape through a side window. Ramon Gonzales, 62, of Davie was headed north in a rainstorm when the Hummer veered off the west side of U.S. 1 near mile marker 63. The Hummer "struck a chain-link fence, then wooden pallets, then a small tree," FHPTrooper T.P. Reilly reported. The SUVthen "drove over several large boulders." Gonzales was treated for head and neck injuries, and ticketed for careless driving. The driver told the trooper he "fell asleep." His $26,000 vehicle was listed as totaled. One person reportedly was injured in a crash involving "multiple vehicles" during heavy rains at mile marker 19 on Sugarloaf Key around 1:30 p.m. the same day, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office reported. Traffic was halted for about half an hour. No additional details were available at press time.Fatalities in Keys now at 13 for yearUPPER KEYSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.comCountywide pumpout program is floatedIt would cost boaters little to no moneyON THE WATER Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWBoats like these anchored off Key Largo could receive free or low-cost septic pumpouts under an expanded clean-water program being proposed for Monroe County.The County Commission will be asked today to approve negotiations with the National Marine Waste Foundation.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgISLAMORADAKeynoter Staff
Opinion & EditorialWednesday,October 19,2011 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. 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When it became clear that the new, No. 1 priority (replacing education) was this zip line, I stepped down from the board. Zip lines are being promoted in the Keys as integral attractions like in places such as Costa Rica and Hawaii. Last year, I went on a bird-watching tour in the cloud forest in Costa Rica, advertised as including a canopy tram tour. Well, the tram supports were also used for zip lining. All of the zippees scream when they zip, which is extremely irritating and, of course, scares off all of the birds. For those who might not know, zip lines are lines that go from a high elevation to a lower one, so the zippee zips along at an exciting high speed (thus the screams). Besides everything else being noted in recent letters that oppose this plan, please consider the fact that in the middle of Crane Point Hammock is a very successful wild bird center, often highlighted in our local newspapers. How would continual human screaming affect this effort? Last point I find it very hard to believe that this facility could support 21 full-time employees. Laurie Richardson Key LargoNo tax funds for zip lineRe: The proposed zip line at Crane Point Hammock in Marathon: Azip line is a great experience. The question is, is it a profitable business? If it is a profitable business, why do you need government grants? Why use the peoples money to finance it? Government has a terrible track record of running businesses. Most government businesses fail or do not generate a profit and need to be subsidized with tax money. If the profit potential exists, there should be a line of entrepreneurs waiting to invest in starting a zip line. The problem with the proposed zip line in Marathon highlights the social drift of our expectations of government. We should be trying to limit its intrusion into our lives rather than expand its reach. Make it easy for an investor to obtain the necessary permits and licenses. If the investors dont want it, we have to ask ourselves what is the government doing by getting involved in a private business. James Maun Key West Editors note: The Marathon City Council has applied for $735,000 in state Community Development Block Grant funding to help build the $1.1 million zip-line course. Crane Point says it would create 21 jobs. The city says it will secure a line of credit to repay the state for up to four jobs ($140,000) if those 21 arent realized.Support the zip lineAfter reading about a groups opposition to the proposed zip line at Crane Point Hammock in Marathon, Im reminded that we are a nation, state, county and city of further wussified people. If you are against something, be against it. Dont try to rationalize your gripe by pulling the endangerment-to-a-species card. As the article states, there are power lines running the length of the property and they havent been an issue. Have you ever seen a wire that didnt support many pigeons? By the way, why dont all the folks that are concerned for the natural state of the hammock chip in $40,000 to $50,000 each so the area can stay operational instead of being developed into a condo complex or perhaps a restaurant? Having traveled extensively around the world, I have occasionally gone zip lining. I never have been able to witness the beauty of an area in the same fashion. The zip line allowed us to move through the area without putting a foot on the ground, throwing cigarettes down, trash, etc. I say if you build it, they will come. If you build it, you control how people view and impact the ecosystem. Steven Cook MarathonThey might interrupt outdoor activities but theyre essential for maintaining our potable waterEven though were pretty tired of all this rain, the folks who measure South Floridas water reserves are jumping for joy. The level of Lake Okeechobee measured on Oct. 17 reached 52.6 feet. Thats 1.75 feet above where it was last year and an equally impressive 1.26 feet over historical averages this time of year. This, thanks to the virtually unprecedented rain event that is covering the southern half of the state. Quoting from the South Florida Water Management District: Saturday, Oct. 8, was the wettest single day in the upper and lower Kissimmee basins combined in nearly 100 years. Youve heard of a 100-year flood event? Well, we experienced a 100-year rain event.In that one day, the storm dropped an average of 6.05 inches of rain in the two basins spanning approximately 3,000 square miles, with local maximums up to 14.09 inches. The second wettest day was recorded in 1933.And all that rain was before this past weekends and Mondays deluge added to the record books. As October brings a close to the normal rainy season and the worst threats from major hurricanes South Florida enters the so-called dry season. This is also when Keys tourism numbers begin to climb, more people are staying in hotels and more snowbirds head back to the Keys all of which increases water use during the season.Having reserves stored up to carry us through these winter dry months is important, and impacts what we pay for water since the Florida Keys are dependent on water wells in extreme south Miami-Dade and a supplemental water supply produced by reverse osmosis plants.Earlier this year, Key West experienced one of the driest February-April periods on record. Running the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authoritys Miami-Dade desalination plant 24 hours a day for six weeks during the height of the dry spell cost an extra $4,000 per day in electricity and chemical costs. The bill for six weeks in May-June topped $120,000. That record dry spell was broken when rains began late in June. So next time you lament another wet weekend, just remember things could be a whole lot worse down here without our rainy season to replenish our drinking water supply.Mainland floodgates help manage the water supply for South Florida. LETTERS TO THE EDITORWhat would they think?If our forefathers could come back and give a speech, they would say that our government has really screwed things up and gotten too intrusive in our lives too many laws, passing bills without reading them, getting to tell what is good for you to eat or what you do with your free time, Michelle Obamas control-your-life campaign. They would also say Congress is out of touch with the average American and is very irresponsible with the taxpayersdollars. Government is too bloated. And one more thing: Back in our day, we had earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes and major thunderstorms but we didnt know what to name them back then, so those things are not something new that occurs now and then. That is the speech our forefathers would give Chris Dennis Marathon A zip line like this one,in St.Lucia,is proposed for Marathon.Proponents say it would bring tourists and jobs while those opposed say it would negatively impact wildlife and not create the jobs organizers say it would. Thanks for the rideWe would like to give a big thank you to Ed Greger of Island Design Build and Remodel/Island Granite and Stone for driving us in the Marathon High School homecoming parade in his Cadillac. Abigail Connell Jonathon Rios Mr. and Miss Sophomore MarathonKnow your rightsFloridas Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program joins Gov. Rick Scott in celebrating ResidentsRights Month this October. ResidentsRights Month emphasizes the fundamental rights of residents of long-term-care facilities to be treated with dignity and respect, and to have a say in decisions affecting their care. In nursing homes, these special rights range from the right to choose a physician and pharmacy to the right to a 30-day written notice prior to discharge. Residents in assisted-living facilities and adult family-care homes have rights that range from unrestricted private communication to reasonable opportunity to exercise and go outdoors at regular intervals. ResidentsRights Month is a valuable opportunity not only to educate our communities on the specific set of rights given to residents when they enter long-term-care facilities, but also to inform Floridians of the services available through the Ombudsman Program and our team of volunteers. If a long-term-care resident ever feels his or her rights are being violated, a volunteer ombudsman can investigate on the residents behalf and seek a resolution. Anyone may contact the Ombudsman Program to submit a complaint or concern on behalf of a long-term-care resident. All program services are free and confidential.In Florida, there are more than 160,000 residents living in long-termcare settings. As we celebrate ResidentsRights Month, I encourage you to visit someone you know in a long-term-care facility, volunteer in a facility, participate in ResidentsRights Month events, or inquire about becoming a volunteer ombudsman. Your assistance and attention helps ensure that the voices of long-term-care facility residents do not go unheard and demonstrates to residents that they have not been forgotten. Let us take the time to give something back to a generation that has given so much.Individuals interested in volunteering, learning more about the Ombudsman Program or learning about scheduled ResidentsRights Month activities throughout Florida may call (888) 831-0404 or visit http://ombudsman.myflorida.com Jim Crochet State ombudsman Department of Elder Affairs TallahasseeStrides toward a cureWhere do I start? Did we do it or did we do it? The Strides Walk of the Florida Keys was an impressive success. Congrats to all of those who sponsored, volunteered, walked and planned this inaugural event.This was the first-ever American Cancer Society walk in the Keys to bring awareness to the continued fight against breast cancer as a major killer of women. As I looked out of the crowd of almost 500 walkers, the tears filled my eyes. I could not believe my eyes with the sea of pink-decorated bras worn by men, women and children. The sky turned blue and we were off. The pride was felt as the walkers passed.There were many concerns in taking on this project logistics, location, numbers and goals. Bahia Honda State Park was the perfect location a natural spot. We owe a huge thank you to Ranger Eric. We exceeded all expectations with total walkers and raised almost $34,000. And the Real Men Wear Pink Sneakers fundraiser will bring in about $25,000. The credit for this success goes to the planning committee from all areas of Keys. From my heart, I wish to thank all who played a part in this success. Know that we are all working for the same cause to end cancer in our lifetime. The awareness and funds we raised will continue services for patients in the Keys and assist with research funding. Without research, we will never find a cure. Charlotte Quinn MarathonFishermen play by rulesIn reference to my recent letter regarding the arrest of two people with whole stone crab on their vessel out of season: I stated that saving crabs by removing them from lobster traps and then putting them in one trap and feeding them to they can be harvested on opening day is a common practice. It is not a common practice and never was. I personally did this but I cant speak for the commercial fishing industry. I havent commercially fished for the past four years and prior to that, the last three years all I had was stone crab gear, so its been seven years since I pulled lobster traps. The commercial fishermen still in this industry today are the survivors and professionals; they take conservation laws seriously. I apologize to them for putting them in a bad light. I wrote my original letter to point out that the individuals involved in the stone-crab case were saving the crabs for opening day. Ronald Randall Key Colony Beach Editors note: The writer is referring to a case in which a Stock Island father and son were arrested for having six stone crabs out of season. The season started Oct. 15. Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYThe Marathon High School football team waves to the crowd during Thursdays homecoming parade along U.S.1.
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Most recently, he was the CFO for Allegiance Health Management in Shreveport, La., with more than 40 facilities including acute-care, long-term and criticalaccess hospitals like Fishermen's, and inpatient and outpatient psychiatric units. Previously, Schimming, who is single, was the chief executive officer and CFO for a 118-bed hospital in Arkansas; CFO for a Baptist Health Care System hospital in Beaumont, Texas; and CFO for several Health Management Associates hospitals in Arkansas and Texas. HMAoperated Fishermen's for 25 years until the board hired Quorum Health Resources of Tennessee to manage it July. Schimming earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Jacksonville (Fla.) University and a master's in health-care administration from Trinity University in Texas. The search for a new chief executive officer to replace Kim Bassett, who held that post with HMAbefore leaving when the transition to Quorum took effect, continues. The post is being advertised and the board expects it to be filled by the end of the year, says Patrick Foley, a Fishermen's spokesman. Leading the medical center in the interim is Quorum executive Scott Landrum, whose title is chief transition officer.Schimming brings lots of experienceMARATHON SCHIMMING The Ocean Beach Club Resort at 351 E.Ocean Drive in Key Colony Beach has new owners.Jack Glunz,owner of a Chicago beer distributorship and a time-share owner at the Ocean Beach Club the past 23 years,has taken over management from longtime owner Sue Demaras.At a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct.11,Glunz said his family will run the property as a boutique hotel following upgrades.It has 38 rooms.NEW MANAGEMENT Credit problems can be avoidedRecognizing the American Bankers Association's National Get Smart About Credit Day, which is on Thursday, Community Bank of Florida, with branches in Tavernier and Key Largo, has issued the following tips to help keep consumers from drowning in credit bills.Pay at least the minimum due each month. This will help you avoid late fees and a rising interest rate. To pay off your balance quicker, pay more than the minimum due. If you are unable to make the minimum payment, let your credit card company know so it can work with you to create a manageable payment plan.Be wary of anyone who claims he or she can fix your credit report. No one can legally remove negative information from your credit history that is accurate. The only thing that can fix a credit report is time and a positive payment history.Read the fine print on credit card applications. An application is a contract, so read it carefully before signing. Credit card companies are very competitive so interest rates, credit limits, grace periods, annual fees, terms and conditions may vary.Don't feel pressure to get a credit card. If you don't want one, simply decline the offer. The Card Act 2009 introduced new regulation that says consumers ages 18 to 21 cannot be solicited for credit. And if you no longer want to receive prescreened offers, opt out by calling (888) 567-8688 or visit www.optoutprescreen .com.Don't ignore the warning signs of credit trouble. If you pay only the minimum balance, pay late, use cash advances to fund daily living or transfer a lot of balances, you might be in the credit danger zone. Talk to a financial counseling organization.Don't share your credit card number. Never give out credit card or personal information if you have not initiated the transaction. Be aware of identity theft and phishing scams that ask for credit card numbers. If you suspect your identity has been compromised, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission by calling (877) 438-4338 or visit www.ftc.gov/idtheft .These helpful tips can keep trouble minimalCONSUMERS BUSINESS BRIEFSSotheby's adds another agentLaura Lynne Kennedy has joined Ocean Sotheby's International Realty in Islamorada. Formerly a real estate agent in Missouri, Kennedy has owned a home in Islamorada since 1998 and says she's "embraced her transition from snowbird to full-time resident." She has more than 10 years experience in the industry.Keys Energy honors SanchezKeys Energy Services, the electric utility serving customers from the Seven Mile Bridge south, has named Manny Sanchez its outstanding employee of the fourth quarter for 2011. Sanchez has worked for the utility since 1991 and is an operator maintainer in the Generation department, responsible for the maintenance and operation of all generation units. He's held numerous positions during his 20-year tenure at Keys Energy, including diesel tech and general helper. Sanchez was born and raised in Key West, where he lives with his wife Darcy and children Symone, Jelena and Christopher. His name will be engraved on a plaque that hangs in the William Arnold Service Building lobby, and he will receive a $250 bonus and an extra day off.Park soliciting visitor servicesThe National Park Service is accepting applications from businesses that hope to offer visitor services in Dry Tortugas National Park from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2013. Thirty so-called commercial use authorizations will be issued for those who want to provide guided fishing trips, dive and/or snorkel trips, guided wildlife viewing and sailing charters. Each activity requires a separate permit. Applications must be received by Nov. 4. Anonrefundable fee of $250 must accompany the application package. 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Out on Carysfort, Molasses, Hens and Chickens reefs off the Keys, the boulder, brain and fire corals are starting to rebound from the latest bout of bleaching after a summer simmering in an Atlantic once again running hotter than normal. Damage this time appears moderate particularly in comparison to the massive die-off triggered last year by the opposite extreme, a brutal cold snap. The repeated temperature stresses make corals vulnerable to an ever-widening spectrum of diseases black band, yellow band, red blotch and an assortment of white maladies that come in band, pox and plague.And if corals manage to endure all that, there is the looming specter of climate change brewing up an increasingly acidic ocean scientists expect will eventually make it difficult for survivors to simply grow their skeletons.So it's hard to overstate the challenges facing the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force, a multi-agency, multi-state group that meets this week in Fort Lauderdale to ponder what, if anything, can be done to protect some of the most important and threatened habitats in the world. Reefs off Miami and the Keys may still seem vibrant to tourists, but they pale in comparison to what they were only decades ago. From Florida to Australia, corals have been in seemingly inexorable decline.One of the few glimmers of hope may be the emerging effort to promote reef resilience. Aprogram being pondered in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is shifting the focus from simply counting sick or dying corals to doing more to save them. "What we're trying to do is help nature help itself," said Chris Bergh, director of coastal and marine resilience for The Nature Conservancy, which coordinates a program that includes federal, state and university researchers as well as environmental and diver groups "What we can do is give coral reefs more time by trying to reduce the stresses we can control. We need to do this as quickly as possible.""Resilience" has become the buzzword for what are really a series of broad, ambitious steps many scientists consider critical to buffering the daunting "multiple stressors''afflicting corals. One primary aim is to reduce the long list of direct human impacts leaky sewage and septic systems in the Keys, errant anchors, snagged fishing lines and lobster traps, and clumsy or clueless divers through tougher regulations and expanded protected areas. Another is to somehow make corals themselves tougher, drawing on the promising progress of cultivating coral. The hope is to boost the sagging reproductive rates of corals and selectively breeding them for hardier strains. Two years ago, "farmraised" staghorn coral now federally designated as threatened that were transplanted to Molasses Reef, a signature snorkeling destination in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, were observed for the first time engaging in the annual coral spawn, spewing small white sacs called gametes that grow baby corals.Not even the most optimistic supporters envision nursery coral alone restoring reefs to their lush past. Like giant redwood forests, it can take centuries for dense, highrelief reefs to form, new corals growing atop bones of the old.But if resilience efforts can at least slow the decline, it might give corals a shot at naturally adapting to a changing climate and worsening water quality. That, at least, is the theory and hope. "There are challenges to being sort of like a Johnny Appleseed, if you will," said Scott Donahue, the sanctuary's chief scientist. "It sort of boils down to this: If we do nothing, we will definitely fail."How many threats can corals be made resilient to? Abnormally warm seas have triggered persistent bleaching events, prompting stressedout corals to shed a symbiotic algae that gives them color and life.But the frigid weather of January 2010 left 20 times more coral carnage behind than the five previous steamy summers combined "undoubtedly the single worst event on record for Florida corals," said Diego Lirman, a professor of marine biology at the University of Miami who led a study on the chilling effects. The study, published in August, found overall death rates of 11.5 percent, with losses for some species hitting 40 percent. The worst damage also came in shallower zones that had been largely unfazed during warmwater bleaching events.Beyond the scientific questions, mounting an effective resilience program faces political and economic hurdles.Monroe County is about two-thirds through a statemandated $900 million upgrade of its sewage system, but faces a $300 million gap to complete the work. More state and federal support is uncertain and the deadline, already pushed back once to December 2015, may be moved again. Still, even under the myriad stresses, some corals continue growing. Ilsa Kuffner, a research ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey whose work focuses on coral degradation, is two years into a project measuring the accretion rates of massive starlet coral, a species that shown more resilience than many others, at four sites from Miami to the Dry Tortugas.Preliminary results show some growth at each spot. The corals in the Tortugas, 70 miles west of Key West and buffered from human impacts, are gaining girth 30 percent faster.More study is needed, she said, but it certainly suggests there are benefits to cleaning up local problems.U.S.task force looks at how to strengthen themBy CURTIS MORGANcmorgan@MiamiHerald.com KeysNet.com Keynoter 6A Wednesday,October 19,2011 MEET THE FREE* INSTANT ISSUE DEBIT CARDOR AS OTHER BANKS CALL IT, THE SORRY-BUT-WELL-HAVE-TO-CHARGE-YOU-FIVEBUCKS-A-MONTH-AND-YOULL-HAVE-TO-WAIT-THREEPAINFULLY-LONG-WEEKS-TO-GET-IT-EVEN-THOUGHYOU-COULD-REALLY-USE-IT-TODAY-DEBIT-CARD. If you lose your card, replacement fee applies. Unlike other banks, Centennial Bank doesnt charge a monthly fee for our debit card. Just stop by one of our convenient locations, and well give you a personal instant-issue debit card thats ready before you walk out the door. Get it today. Use it today. How convenient is that? At Centennial Bank, we make banking easy. 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ITEM # VIN SERIAL # MAKE MODEL MINIMUM BID 1239 1FTYR14V6YPB81239 2000 FORD RANGER $ 0.00 9070 2FAFP71W34X139070 2004 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 9047 2FAFP71W84X139047 2004 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 O998 1FTRF17233NA10998 2003 FORD F150 $ 500.00 8103 1FTRX18LX3NA88103 2003 FORD F150 $ 500.00 3644 2FAFP71W03X173644 2003 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 0.00 5759 1FAFP5225YA175759 2000 FORD TAURUS $ 500.00 2605 1FAFP52U0XA142605 1999 FORD TAURUS $ 500.00 4544 1FTNX20L3XEC64544 1999 FORD F250 $ 500.00 5268 1FAFP52U7XA155268 1999 FORD TAURUS $ 500.00 7852 2FAFP71W6YX177852 2000 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 0.00 5451 1FTDX0766WKA05451 1998 FORD F150 $ 0.00 O277 1FTCR10A1TUD60277 1996 FORD RANGER $ 0.00 O596 2MELM75W9TX660596 1996 MERCURY MARQUIS $ 0.00 2012 2FAFP71W23X172012 2003 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 7825 1FAFP52U1XA157825 1999 FORD TAURUS $ 500.00 2292 1B7HC16Y81S782292 2001 DODGE RAM 1500 $ 750.00 1440 1B7HC16X91S201440 2001 DODGE RAM 1500 $ 750.00 2010 2FAFP71W93X172010 2003 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 8143 2FAFP71W06X128143 2006 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 9063 2FAFP71W64X139063 2004 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $ 500.00 0 Not Available TROY BILT CHIPPER $ 0.00 576 Not Available HAUBER DIESEL FUEL DISPENSER $ 500.00 276 99240299 SWEEPSTER BRUSH ATTA CHMENT $ 0.00 148A M0F935X186498 JOHN DEERE F935 TRACTOR $ 0.00 148B M0102X175831 MOWER DECK ATTA CHMENT $ 0.00 148C Not Available BRUSH ATTACHMENT $ 0.00 155 234161/226160 GREAT DANE MOWER / DECK $ 0.00 131 LV4300H131642 JOHN DEERE 4300 TR ACTOR $ 0.00 ISLAMORADA, VILLAGE OF ISLANDS NOTICEOFBIDOFSURPLUSPROPERTY Notice is hereby given to prospective bidders that on Wednesday,November 2,2011 at 4:00 PM the Islamorada Village Clerkwill open sealed bids for the sale of the following surplus items:Auction items may be viewed at 86800 Overseas Highway,Plantation Key,on Saturday,October 22 and Saturday,October 29,2011 from 8:00 am 12:00 noon. Please contact the Islamorada Public Works Department at (305) 852-6933 if you require further information.Interested parties may visit the Village of Islamorada,Florida Home Page at www .islamorada.fl.us to obtain the required bid form. All bids must be received by the Villa ge Clerk before 4:00 PM on W ednesday November 2, 2011. Any bid that is received after 4:00 PM on November 2,2011 will be rejected.Any bid that is emailed or faxed will be automatically rejected.A completed bid form must be returned to the Village Clerk's office in a sealed envelope marked on the outside,"Sealed Bid for Surplus Property 2011"addressed and delivered to: Islamorada Village Clerk,86800 Overseas Hwy,Islamorada,FL 33036. Please contact the Village Clerk's office at (305) 664-6412 if you have questions regarding the bidding process.Materials may be hand-delivered,couriered or sent certified mail,return receipt requested.If sent by mail or courier,the above mentioned envelope shall be enclosed in another envelope addressed to the entity and address stated above.Be aware that "express mail"services will not guarantee a specific time delivery to Islamorada,Florida.It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to ensure their bid is received in a timely manner. Winning bidders will be contacted by Village Staff no later than Friday,November 4,2011,at 5:00 PM.Payment (cash or cashier's check only) for an awarded item must be received by the Village Cashier by Friday,November 11,2011,at 4:00 PM.Items must be removed on the da te of payment. All items are sold in "AS IS"condition.ALL SALES ARE FINAL.Debra E.Eastman,MMC,Village Clerk HOMECOMING ROYALTY Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYAt halftime of Marathon High School's homecoming football game Friday against Chaminade (story, 1B ),Joey Gonzales and Cynthia Garcia are named homecoming king and queen.The homecoming parade took place Thursday. Resilience'is new buzz word forcoralENVIRONMENT These corals are among countless ones that were hit by coral bleaching,which prompts stressed-out corals to shed algae that give them color and life.NEWS BRIEFSWhitefly workshops Thursday,FridayCatharine Mannion, an ornamental entomologist at the University of Florida's Tropical Research and Education Center, will give an update on whitefly management in Keys landscapes during two free workshops this week. For months, the gumbolimbo whitefly (also called the Rugose spiraling whitefly) has proliferated through Monroe County. It lays eggs on the underside of plant leaves and attacks numerous plants in addition to gumbolimbo trees. The result is a sooty mold-known as honeydew on outdoor walkways or a filmy white smear on car windows. The free workshops are geared toward pest-control operators and commercial landscapers but open to anyone. They are:Thursday from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Marathon Government Center's County Commission chambers, mile marker 48.5 bayside.Friday from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Harvey Government Center's County Commission chambers, 200 Truman Avenue, Key West For more information, go to http://monroe.ifas.ufl.edu.
Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 19,2011 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 9B Pulley Ridge A deep-water reef is being studied to see how it can help replenish marine life downstream.Story, 3B Halloween happenings Halloween is just around the corner,and there's no shortage of fun activities for both kids and adults.Story, 4B B Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyleConchs win district title,advancePlaying in rain gear and sloshing from hole to hole beneath umbrellas, the Key West High School golf team won the eight-team District 1Atournament Monday afternoon at the Biltmore Hotel course in Miami. The Conchs who shot 308, four strokes better than Gulliver Prep advanced to the Region 8-1Atourney next Tuesday at Don Shula's Golf Course in Miami Lakes. Ransom Everglades, by finishing third with a 327, will also play in the regional. Marathon High shot 388, finished sixth and will not advance. "It rained throughout the 18 holes, but the boys hung tough," said Key West coach George Twyman. "People don't realize how tough it is to play in the rain." Sophomore Evan DeRoche was the tournament's medalist, shooting a one-under-par 70. "He was hitting the ball the best I've seen in a long time," Twyman said. Joseph Arazi followed DeRoche with a 73 and was second overall. Nick Patrocky shot 80 and A.J. Davila 85. "I expected us to do well," Twyman said. "All the practice and hard work we've done has paid off." He said he also expects the team to fare well at the regional tournament, with American Heritage and Archbishop McCarthy the most formidable opponents. Marathon coach Kevin Freeman said the Dolphins, who got in four holes before the hard rain, cut 36 strokes from what they shot at last year's district tourney. "We started the season on a positive note and we ended on one," he said. "We're still going in the right direction." The Dolphins'No. 1 player, Kyle Pierce, shot 89 and missed advancing to the regionals as an individual by three strokes. Next for Marathon were Sean Roussin (97), Kody Daniels (99) and Jake Logan (103). Afifth player, Kevin McKeon, shot 106. Freeman had nice things to say about DeRoche, one of the top young players in Florida. "That's awesome," he said of the 70. "He's incredible. We were pulling for him."Dolphins shoot a 388 and end their seasonPREP GOLFBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter Contributor Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West quarterback Donald Roberts looks up at a referee after gaining yardage against American High Friday night.AMERICAN 13,KEY WEST 12Failed conversion costs the ConchsThe scoreboard's red bulbs indicated that a minute and 57 seconds were left in the fourth quarter Friday night. The Key West football team was fired up. Tommy Ruffennach had just caught a 39-yard touchdown pass and the Conchs, who had trailed American High, 13-0, were down, 13-12. Go for the two-point conversion and the victory? Or kick for the tie and maybe go to overtime? Excitement was in the muggy 10 o'clock air. "Where's the band when you need them?" asked a Conch player on the sidelines, unaware that band members had left after halftime because they had to catch a bus at 5:30 in the morning for a trip to a competition in Vero Beach. The Conchs lined up for the attempt, but before they could get a play off, a penalty on American moved the ball to the 1-yard line, tantalizingly close. The Conchs huddled again. Quarterback Donald Roberts took the snap, rolled to his right and launched a pass intended for Anthony Rice, a tall figure in a dark end zone. The ball fell to the grass untouched. A13-12 loss was imminent and dejection replaced elation at Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium. On Sunday, after watching the game film, coach Jerry Hughes explained his decision. "We didn't kick because we don't have the beef to go 10 yards in overtime," he said, alluding to the overtime format where teams alternate opportunities from the opponent's 10-yard line. Hughes also said the Conchs had a lightweight inexperienced player at left guard, and American "was penetrating into the backfield all night." As for the pass that was called, he said, "Anthony ran upfield instead of for the pylon and a defender was in the throwing lane. Maybe if Donald had seen him sooner..." The loss was the second in a row for Key West, which dropped to 3-3. The defense was stellarCoach Hughes says choice wasn't toughBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorSee Key West,2BChanging temps, changing fishingThe tropical system we experienced over the weekend, coupled with the cold front coming at the end of the week, will signal a transition in the fishing. The fish really get a move on when the water temperatures slip a few degrees. The shallower reef areas, in 50 to 70 feet, really come to life this time of year. There had already been a few kingfish around, but we will now see a big push of Spanish and king mackerel. Yellowtail and mutton snapper will be there, as well, fattening up for the winter, and there will be an uptick in the number of grouper. The ballyhoo will exit the bay and go to the ocean, which will help spur the mackerel bite as well as the beginning of sailfish action for the season. Pay attention to frigate birds working the reef line and you could be rewarded with these pelagics, as well as the dolphin and cobia that will be making their southward trek. Another fish pushing out of the bay onto the patch reefs and channel humps is the hogfish. These are quite sensitive to the quickly cooling bay waters and will hustle out ready to eat. Your bait of choice is shrimp presented directly on the bottom around your favorite coral patch. Remaining in the bay are the mangrove snapper, and that bite remains consistent. Joining them is the beginning of the Spanish mackerel run for the season.The week's bestFrank and Linda, from Daytona, spent part of their honeymoon fishing with Capt. T.J. Yzenas of Island Lure Charters out of Captain Hook's Marina in Marathon. They went to the reef and were rewarded with a great catch of yellowtail snapper up to 24 inches, a few muttons and nice sizeCold front to bring in the mackerelFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS The Conrad kids from Apex,N.C. C.J.,Calsey and Caitlyn show the dolphin they caught with Johnny Maddox on the Papa Pip's.' Chris Johnson Captain'sColumn Eagles prep for tournamentIsland Christian School's Lady Eagles try to cap the regular volleyball season with a win Friday before next week's District 16-2A Tournament in Islamorada. Somerset Academy visits Islamorada for the 5:30 p.m. contest, after a 4 p.m. JV start. The Lady Eagles carried a 9-1 record into Tuesday's rematch against Princeton Christian, the only team to outscore ICS this fall (results pending at press time). And Coach Sheryl Yost's squad rang up two more victories this week, both by three-game sweeps. Somerset fell to the Lady Eagles, 25-15, 29-27, 25-23, at Somerset on Oct. 13. Jasmine Theodosiou, a setter, served nine points in the first game. Abbey Lindholm served nine second-game points and delivered five kill shots in the match. Jessie Ledwith had four kills at the net and Lauren Montagne managed the floor well, Yost said. Meagan O'Conner, a new player, "did a good job" in the third game. The Lady Eagles defeated Horeb Academy, 25-15, 25-17, 28-26, in a home match Oct. 14. "Andrea Scott had another good match," said the coach, who emptied the bench. Skylar DeMoss and Melissa Helphrey, JVplayers, earned varsity time in the win over Horeb. The Lady Eagles, undefeated in district play in the regular season, host the 162Atournament at the Family Life Center on the ICS campus. The four-team tournament opens Tuesday with semifinal games at 4:30 and 6 p.m. The district title game will be played at 7 p.m. Oct. 28.ICS hosting the district next weekISLAND CHRISTIAN VOLLEYBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgLions overwhelm the football DolphinsAn 85-yard opening kick return was just a sign of things to come Friday in Marathon High School's 55-0 homecoming football loss to a dominant Chaminade Madonna Prep of Hollywood. The Lions led 8-0 less than a minute into the contest Marathon's homecoming game after a 9yard touchdown pass and two-point conversion. "That's a heck of a football team and we knew that going in. We just wanted to hang with them and play hard and we did that. We played hard to the bitter end," coach Lance Martin said, referring to the game's last play, a kickoff return almost broken for a touchdown by senior Trevelle Beckford. "We almost broke it for a touchdown. Obviously, our kids were still blocking," he said. Martin added that several injuries made it even more difficult to compete with the undefeated Lions (6-0). "Injuries started to take effect there. We had two starters not going into the game and had three more going down, so we were basically trying to recreate the wheel with some of our people that were going in the game," he said. But Martin had high praise for the young players who stepped up against a difficult opponent. "Some of those young guys played hard that haven't seen much playingSome reserves might start in next gameCHAMINADE 55,MARATHON 0By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSee Marathon,2BSee Fishing,2B
KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,October 19,2011 NOTICE OFPUBLIC MEETING FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITYFLORIDAKEYS MOSQUITO CONTROLDISTRICT 503 107th Street Marathon, Florida 33050 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011 10:00 a.m. The purpose of the Regular Meeting is for the Board to take action on routine business matters for the FKAA(potable water and wastewater issues) and to receive reports on operational aspects of the organization. All agendas and backup can be viewed on our web site @ www.fkaa.com., or a copy of the Agenda, or any backup, is available upon request from FKAA, Elvira Sawyer, Executive Office Coordinator, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL33040, (305) 2952203, email@example.com. KEYS DERMATOLOGYISLAMORADA MM 82.2 82245 O/S Highway664-0700MARATHON MM 51.5 8065 O/S Highway 289-0044 Karen Weismantle,M.D.,P.A.Jeff Wilderson,PA-C Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery Skin cancer, diseases, surgery, and rejuvenation of the skin including Botox, Restylane, Photodynamic Therapy time this year. Acouple of them earned maybe a starting position," he said. The Dolphins (2-6) punted after their first drive and buried Chaminade at its own 8-yard line. But the Lions scored six plays later to take a 16-0 lead after another two-point conversion. The drive included five runs for between 10 and 30 yards. AMarathon fumble after forcing a turnover on downs inside its own 10yard line set Chaminade right back up at the Dolphins'7-yard line. The Lions scored two plays later and led 24-0 with 1:24 remaining in the first quarter after a two-point conversion. The Lions added two more touchdowns and a field goal before the half to lead 41-0. They added two more scores in the second half. Marathon is on a bye this week before visiting Archbishop Carroll Oct. 28 at 3:30 p.m.Fins get a week to regroupFrom Marathon,1B Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYThe Chaminade defense holds back the Dolphins in Friday's homecoming game.The Lions won 55-0,showing why they're 6-0 on the season.Marathon (2-6) has a bye week and returns to action on Oct.28. cero mackerel. Johnny Maddox, co-owner of Captain Pip's Marina and Hideaway in Marathon, had a great day offshore on the Papa Pip's with his lady friend, Char Hruska, her kids and grandkids. With Capt. Zach Willis working deck, the crew found plenty of action on a nice school of good-size fall dolphin on a weed line a few miles south of Marathon. Char's grandchildren, the Conrad kids from Apex N.C., each caught dolphin and memories to last a lifetime. The SeaSquared fished Florida Bay, the reef and offshore last week. Our anglers caught sharks, yellowtail and mangrove snapper, dolphin, tuna and mackerel. Atrio of Miami anglers fished the reef with Capt. Kevin Wilson of Knee Deep Charters out of Geiger Key Marina at mile marker 10 in the Lower Keys. Mike and George Santana and Franco Gonzalez released a 300pound bull shark and two large barracuda, and brought in their limit of yellowtail snapper along with a bonus 20-pound black grouper. Capt. Moe Mottice, of Reel Lucky Charters at Turtle Kraals in Key West, spent a lot of time fishing inshore, where his anglers caught snapper, mackerel and barracuda using threadfin herring and live pilchards. They also found some tarpon in Key West Harbor. They were on the small side but tons of fun to catch and release nevertheless. Casting contestAnd remember, Capt. Spider's Casting for Charity takes place Thursday at the 7 Mile Marina/Salty's Waterfront Grill at mile marker 47.5 bayside in Marathon. The fun contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and this week benefits the Marathon High School Maritime Scholarship Fund. Capt. Chris Johnson specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, bottom, wreck and reef fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 743-5305, SeaSquared@ bellsouth.net and www.Sea Squared-Charters.com.300-pound bull shark releasedFrom Fishing,1B TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful Floridas 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 Floridas Most Beautiful Women Private Table Dances Available Full Liquor and Food Served til Close Open til 4am Couples Welcome but the offense top runner NaQuan McNeill was injured early in the game wasn't. Adropped lateral led to the Patriots'first touchdown, and they scored their second when Larry Faison picked off a Roberts' pass and ran 82 yards for a TD early in the second quarter. The Conchs'first score in their fourth-quarter comeback attempt was on a fumble recovery in the end zone by St. Pierre Anilus. "As bad as we played on offense, we still had a chance to win," Hughes said. "That makes it even more heartbreaking." It was a bizarre game. The officials called more than 30 penalties 20 on American. "Those guys like to throw flags," said Hughes, whose team will try to rebound at home Friday night against Hialeah Miami Lakes.Hialeah Lakes visits FridayFrom Key West,1B Ugly all the way around'Asteady drizzle Saturday soaked the Island Christian School football field, and the action on the field further dampened the spirits of Eagle fans. The Cougars of Canterbury School clawed the Eagles, 56-6, in the sixman game. "They showed us up, bigtime," said Eagle head coach Bruce Gendron. "It was ugly all the way around. We didn't come out ready to play." The Eagles managed just 50 offensive yards in a wideopen variation of the game where 50 scoring points is common. "We had more yards in penalties than we did on offense," Gendron sighed. Island Christian (3-3) avoided a shutout with a fourth-quarter defensive touchdown. Lineman Phil Resillez stripped the ball from a Cougar runner and teammate Dylan Ayres recovered in the Cougar end zone. "We'd scouted Canterbury and had practiced against every play they were going to run," Gendron said. "We just didn't stop them. They were fast but no bigger than we are." The Eagles hit the road to Fort Pierce to play the Lions of Golden Rule Academy in a 4 p.m. Saturday game.Canes host PanthersCoral Shores High football players must avoid getting too wrapped up in this week's homecoming activities, cautioned Hurricane coach Ed Holly. Coral Springs Charter arrives for Friday's 7:30 p.m. homecoming game riding a five-game win streak. The Panthers (6-1) bowled over rival Westminster Academy, 36-7, last weekend. "With all due respect to our other opponents, Coral Springs Charter is the best team we'll play all year," Holly said Tuesday. "It's going to be a great test for us in front of our fans on homecoming." The Canes (3-3) used a bye week to heal some nagging injuries and sharpen skills, but this week's wet weather has not helped. Monday's practice was cancelled. "We need to get on the field to work," Holly said. "It all comes down to going out and doing what we do, and staying focused on the goal."Eagles fall to 3-3 after big defeatCANTERBURY 56,ISLAND CHRISTIAN 6By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgConchs place high at VarelaWith the county championships with Coral Shores and Marathon looming (4 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Key West Golf Club), the Key West High School cross-country teams are where they want to be. "Everyone is improving that's why we're placing as well as we are," coach Terence White said, reflecting on Friday's Varela High Invitational at Larry and Penny Thompson Park in Miami. In that 28-team event, the Conch boys, with an average time of 19 minutes, 7 seconds in the 3.1mile run, finished fifth; the girls, with an average time of 23:41, were seventh. Senior Ryan Wagner continued to solidify his spot as the Conchs'No. 1 boy runner, finishing 14th in 18:02. The time of winning runner Charles Anderson, of John I. Leonard High, was 16:49. Next for Key West was sophomore Julian Ramirez, who ran a personal-best 19:11, finishing 36th, a second ahead of fellow sophomore Tony Guieb. Senior Aeschton Tomita, about two minutes off what he did last year before injuring his knee, was 43rd in 19:25. "Aeschton still has a lot of upside and is going in the right direction," White said. "He's dealing better with the discomfort in his knee." Junior Davis Dalton was 63rd in 19:47, nipping sophomore teammate Tyler Hancock (19:48). Both times were personal bests. Junior Aaron Ansel (a personal-best 20:09) and senior Bobby Finigan (21:37) also ran for the Conchs. The girls team was led by sophomore Tristin Milliken, who was 26th in a personal-best 22:37 2:23 behind winner Maria Balcazar of Carrollton. Milliken was followed by junior Liz Czerwinski (29th in a season-best 22:51; senior Marlee Gil (36th in a personal-best 23:08); junior Erin Czerwinski (57th in a season-best 23:55); and senior Morgan Nelson (101st in a season-best 25:55. "The girls are an extremely hard-working group, and it's starting to show," White said.County title up for grabs next WednesdayKEY WEST CROSS COUNTRYBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorLady Canes seeded 2nd in tourneyAdate with a local rival today followed by Thursday's last home game of the volleyball season prepares Coral Shores High School's Lady Canes for the District 16-4Atournament looming next week. The Canes are slated to play at Marathon High School in a 5:30 p.m. varsity game today, following a 4 p.m. JVstart on the Lady Dolphin court. Coral Shores (9-5) stays home Thursday to face visiting Florida Christian in a varsity game at 5:30 p.m. (JVat 4 p.m.). The Lady Hurricanes own a 3-3 district record and the second seed in the 16-4Asemifinals, being played Tuesday at Gulliver Prep. Winners advance to the Oct. 27 championship round. The Lady Hurricanes rebounded from an upset loss to district rival Key West High School on Oct. 4 with three straight wins, including a straight-game victory over St. Brendan, the club Coral Shores will face in the Tuesday playoffs. "I think it will really help our confidence going into to the match having a solid performance against them," Cane head coach Andy Thiery said after the 25-20, 25-12, 25-16 win over St. Brendan on Oct. 11. "As a team, we served much better than we have in recent matches." Lady Cane hitter Lakelia Cooper slammed 22 kill shots in a 25-13, 25-15, 25-17 win over Dade Christian on Thursday. Kelsie Thiele delivered eight kills, and Laura Irwin had four kill and three blocks as the Canes dispatched the Crusaders. Ellie Leopold and Shanna Morehouse provided most of the sets. "Lakelia was on fire," Thiery said, "[but] it doesn't happen without the setting which was there all night."V'ball squad travels today to MarathonCORAL SHORES VOLLEYBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.com
Wednesday,October 19,2011 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com NOTICE OFPUBLIC AUDITCOMMITTEE MEETING FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITYFKAAADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1100 Kennedy Drive Key West, Florida 33040 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011 10:00 a.m.The purpose of the Audit Committee Meeting is to receive and discuss routine business matters for the FKAAand to receive and discuss operational aspects of the organization. Additional information is available upon request from FKAA, Timothy S. Esquinaldo, CFSA, Internal Auditor, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL 33040, (305) 295-2206, firstname.lastname@example.org LivingPulley Ridge getting major attentionPulley Ridge, a relatively healthy coral ecosystem about 100 miles west of the Tortugas Ecological Reserve in the Gulf of Mexico, is home to groupers and snappers, which most people know are important species in commercial and recreational fisheries. But with the well-documented decline of Florida's reefs, places like Pulley Ridge around 250 deep may serve as sources of larvae that can help sustain the Florida Keys'reef ecosystem and the tourism economy dependent on it, say researchers at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. With that in mind, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is initiating a five-year $5 million project focused on investigating the role the reefs of Pulley Ridge and the northern Gulf of Mexico may play in replenishing key fish species and other organisms in the downstream reefs of the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas. Teams from NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science's Center for Sponsored Coastal Ocean Research will use technical diving, remotely operated vehicles and advanced modeling and visualization tools in their work. The project, led by University of Miami Professor Robert Cowen, represents a unique collaboration of more than 30 scientists at 10 different universities pooling their expertise through NOAA's Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies in coordination with the Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration Research and Technology. "There is limited information on the ecological role mesophotic (mid-light) coral ecosystems may play," Cowen said. "This project brings together several disciplines to conduct studies on the physical characteristics of the region, the biology and ecology of the resident species, and the valuation of ecosystem services that Pulley Ridge provides. "Our intent is to create a comprehensive understanding that can support a variety of decision support tools, including scenario-building options, to facilitate comprehensive resource planning in the eastern Gulf of Mexico." The project will be guided throughout by a board consisting of senior federal, state and regional resource managers.NOAA, UM collaborate on researchMARINE SCIENCE This shows the health of habitat at the deep-water Pulley Ridge,which will be studied to determine how it helps replenish fish and other marine life in downstream reefs.Luau benefits free clinicAbeach luau is planned for the Islamorada Hampton Inn and Suites' beach at mile marker 80 oceanside on Friday to benefit the Good Health Clinic, a free clinic in Tavernier. It'll include a Hawaiian luau buffet featuring pineapple chicken, whole roasted pig, fresh grilled vegetables, jasmine rice and homemade cake. Members of the Florida Keys Commercial Fisherman's Association, Key Largo Fisheries, and Keys Fisheries will provide fresh local fish and conch fritters. Marlin Too Revue will play, and there will be a hand-rolled cigar station, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, fire dance show and more. Tickets are $75 per person, available at the Hampton Inn, Capital Bank's Key Largo and Tavernier branches, First State Bank of the Florida Keys at mile marker 97, the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center and the Good Health Clinic, mile marker 91.5 oceanside. Dr. Sandy Yankow opened the Good Health Clinic in 2004. Clinic staff says that since then, more than 7,300 patients have been seen by the clinic's associated doctors and health-care providers providing more than $20 million in medical services.It's scheduled this Friday in IslamoradaUPPER KEYS Mariners Hospital hosts info sessionsMariners Hospital in Tavernier is busy with numerous community educational forums, among them:The American Heart Association's Heartsaver Automated External Defibrillator course on Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the main conference room of the medical center, mile marker 91.5 bayside. The course is designed for students with limited or no medical training. Those attending will learn how to assess and respond to a cardiac emergency until professional help arrives. They also will learn to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and use an external defibrillator on an adult or child. The $10 cost of the course includes materials and a course completion card. The class is limited to 12 people. Participants must read the course materials prior to taking the course. To reserve a space and pay the fee, call (786) 5965327, Option 1. To request the materials, which can be picked up at Mariners, call 434-1020.Do you, a friend or family member have hepatitis C? Have you heard about the new generation of hepatitis C drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this summer? The new drugs, which attack the virus directly and provide hope for those who could not be cured with old therapies, will be the topic of a free seminar to be held Nov. 1 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the main conference room at Mariners. Gastroenterologist Neal Rakov will be the featured speaker at "Hepatitis C: Are You At Risk?" Rakov has been treating people with hepatitis C since the inception of therapy in the early 1990s. "Back then, we could cure only about 10 percent of our patients," he said. "It has taken some time, but we have gone from 10 to 70 percent efficacy. There are 800,000 people in liver failure in the United States. Now, with this new generation of drugs, we can prevent failure in 70 percent of them. That is phenomenal." To reserve a space, call 434-3400.Have you been hurt terribly? Is your anger always on your mind? Do you feel betrayed and want to feel better but don't know how? If these questions concern you, you might be interested in attending the Community Health Ministries'Talking Points discussion, "Must We Forgive?," on Nov. 2 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the main conference room. Community Health Ministries in the Upper Keys is part of the Pastoral Care Department of Baptist Health South Florida, which operates Mariners. Those attending on Nov. 2 can gain faith-based perspectives on health concerns. During "Must We Forgive?," a panel will discuss various faith perspectives on forgiveness as well as its effects on health. The talk-show format program will be moderated by Rev. Pam Feeser. Guest speakers will be Carol Erb, Pathways Christian Counseling; and Dr. Bernie Ginsberg, vice president of the Keys Jewish Community Center. To reserve a space, call 852-1612.All planned first week of NovemberTAVERNIER
KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,October 19,2011 All Hallows Eve brings out several eventsEvents just keep on getting added to the Keys calendar for Halloween. The latest update:The Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens opens its pumpkin patch at 11 a.m. today at the MARC Plant Store, 1401 Seminary St. in Key West. It'll be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily until Oct. 31. Aspecial selection of pumpkins for cooking will also arrive with this year's shipment from North Carolina for those that enjoy cooking with fresh pumpkin.Stanley Switlik Elementary School in Marathon has its Halloween carnival planned for 9 a.m. to noon this Saturday at the school, on 33rd Street Bayside. It'll include hamburgers, hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn, game booths with prizes for all kids, D.J. Tito playing spooky music, a cake walk, silent auction and mini pumpkin decorating area.Divers are to plunge beneath the sea to transform hollowed-out pumpkins into jolly jack-o'-lanterns during the Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest set for Sunday. Buddy teams can meet at Amy Slate's Amoray Dive Resort, mile marker 104.5, to compete during the 8:30 a.m. dive to create pumpkins worthy of praise and prizes from judges who double as the crew of the Amoray Diver dive boat. Contestants submerge below the surface to a depth of less than 30 feet with only their creative imaginations and dive knives as tools. Entry fee is the regular dive boat cost of $80 per certified diver for the two-tank, twolocation dive, including tanks, weights and snorkel equipment. For information, go to www.amoray.com or call (800) 426-6729.Kids ages 3 through fifth grade are invited to a Halloween party from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Holiday Inn Key Largo, mile marker 100. The party will feature games, music, treats and a costume contest. Awards will be presented in the categories of scariest, prettiest, funniest and most original. Cost per child is $4; adults are admitted free (children must be accompanied by an adult). Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of the Upper Keys, the party is hosted by the Key Clubs at Coral Shores High School and Island Christian School.Calvary Baptist Church at 676 76th St. oceanside in Marathon has what it calls Trunk or Treat on Oct. 30 starting at 6 p.m. Kids can go out and get some candy from themed car trunks of church members.Gulfside Village businesses in Marathon, at mile marker 50.5 bayside, have a trick-or-treat event set for 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31. Tables will be set up in front of the stores around the shopping plaza with treats for the children. Costumes are recommended. Papa Pete will perform spooky music. Anyone who wants to donate candy for distribution can do so at Flowers by J&J or Exit Realty in the plaza.St. Peter Catholic Church on Big Pine Key has opened its annual pumpkin patch. Pumpkins of all sizes and shapes, as well as a variety of Halloween-themed items including children's costumes, are for sale. The patch at the church, mile marker 31.3 oceanside, is open daily from 10 a.m. to dusk through Oct. 31. Story hours are available to kids up through second grade by appointment. Call 872-2537.Pumpkin sales, candy,parties all scheduledKeynoter StaffHALLOWEEN Photo by ALI ADAMSHalloween Art in the Park,held recently at the Marathon Community Park by the city's Parks and Recreation Department,gave children an opportunity to make Halloween crafts.Here,brothers Edward,Anthony,and J.J. Suarez enjoy their decorated cookies. Subscriptions 743-5551 POSITIVE LIVING AWARDDr.Sandy Yankow,founder of the free Good Health Clinic in Tavernier,will be honored on Nov.16 by the Alliance for Aging of Miami-Dade and Monroe counties with a Positive Living Award.This is the fifth year the alliance is honoring those who have a positive impact on seniors in the two counties.Yankow is honored in the Health Care division;other divisions include Arts and Music,Faith,Legal,and Sports and Entertainment. An awards banquet is set for Jungle Island in Miami.The alliance is a private not-for-profit organization that funds more than $60 million annually to local agencies. LIVING BRIEFSRelay for Life kickoff todayThe Middle Keys Relay for Life, a months-long fundraising campaign for the American Cancer Society, has its kickoff party at 5:30 p.m. today at the Sunset Grille and Raw Bar, at the Marathon end of the Seven Mile Bridge on the oceanside. There will be a cash bar and food available for purchase. Questions? Call Mehgan at 942-0630.Groups conducting shoreline cleanupReef Relief and T.R.A.S.H.E.D. (The Responsibility All Should Have Environmental Discipline) in the Keys are hosting a shoreline cleanup on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from the Hurricane Hole, 5130 Overseas Highway, Stock Island. Volunteers are needed to help remove marine debris that's harmful to marine life and contributes to poor nearshore water quality. Bring your kayak; if you don't own one, Lazy Dog at the Hurricane Hole will provide one. RSVPto Reef Relief at email@example.com or call 294-3100.Zombie Bike Ride rolls on SundayWhat organizers call a Zombie Bike Ride takes over some Key West streets on Sunday. Last year, it attracted more than 350 bicyclists for the ride from Stock Island to downtown Key West. The Recycle Bike Shop on U.S. 1 on Stock Island is home base of the event and where you can get your face and body painted to conform to the theme. Face painting for $10 begins at 3 p.m. To find out more, call 292-3336 or send an e-mail to markyp@marky pierson.com.
Wednesday,October 19,2011 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com AIR CONDITIONING MARATHON A/C & APPLIANCESSales & Service Fast Reliable Service Lic # CAC017490 (305) 743-5051 ARTIC-TEMPResidential Commercial Marine Sales Repair Refrigeration Ice Machines Lic # CAC 053827. 743-5288 Danas Air ConditioningRepairs & Replacement Commercial & Residential Ice Machines Pool Heaters Lic # CAC 056642 (305) 289-9498 Windswept A/C & Appl.Shut Your Windows,Shut Your Doors You Ain't Gonna Be Hot No More! Great Prices! Good Service! Lic @ CAC056987. Call 289-1748 AUTO SERVICE & REPAIR MERCEDES BENZService & Repair Star Motors 12300 O/S Hwy,Mrthn,289-9992 AUTO TRANSPORTING HOOKS TOWING SERVICEJump Starts,Fluid Check-Ups, Flats,Scan Readings & More! (305) 747-0785 CABINETS Kitchen KornerReal Wood Cabinets; Particle Board Prices Sales, 743-7277 CARPET CLEANING Royal PlusCarpet,Tile & Upholstery Cleaning Water Extraction & Drying Mold Remediation Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE (305) 296-8083 www.royalplus.com Licensed General Contractor CERAMIC TILE NC TILE & CARPETCeramic Porcelain Marble, Granite Tops Carpet Sales & Installation 10899 O/S Hwy,Marathon Lic #SP3562 & Insured 305-289-3019 DICKSON TILECustom Tile & Marble Installation Lic SP 1280 & Insd 743-0971 COMPUTER REPAIR Teal Technologies,Inc.Business/Residential Solutions MS Certified System Engineer Servers-PCs-networking-CCTV Kim@T ealT ech.net 305-481-6981 Lic #LVSS 1278 & Insured CONCRETE COATINGS Deco Coatings,Custom Stamping Staining & Sealing Stampover Tile,Terrazzo & Asphalt Faux Coral Columns Free Est.& Recession Specials Lic SP 3136 & Insured 305-923-0654 CONCRETE & WOOD DOCKS Restoration SpecialistSeawalls Pin Piles Boatlifts Concrete Pumping & Decorative Coatings Lic Eng 232 Call Mark 289-7350 ELECTRICAL SERVICES KELLY ELECTRICServicing the Middle Keys Since 1980Dependable! Lic.& Ins.#EC525 Call (305) 743-6098 FIREARM TRAINING CERTIFIED NRA INSTRUCTORPrivate or Group CCW 305-942-9183 or firstname.lastname@example.org HOME IMPROVEMENT BEACON CONSTRUCTION305-289-7655 Windows Doors Concrete Repair Kitchens Baths Additions CBC1258103 HOME REDECORTING AFFORDABLE A Fresh Look Redecorate In a DayUsing Existing Furnishings Also: Staging for Resale Move-ins Organizing Lybrand Redesign 305-292-2682 www.LybrandRedesign.com LANDSCAPING THE YARDMANBeautifying the Keys,One Yard At a Time.Yard & Power Washing Services. 849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP! Lawn,Yard,Trees.Free Estimates. Lic # 292420096980 & Insured. No Job Too Big or Too Small. Hunters Lawn Care 305-600-7951 Mannys & Son Pearock Trimming Clean-up Plants/Trees Installed,Fall Specials! Lic #SP3702 (305) 747-0785 LOCKSMITH A-ABLE LOCKSMITHS 743-7448 MOVING DRN MOVINGLocal & Long Distance Boxes Truck Rentals Storage (305) 289-MOVE FDOT# 966624FL MC#450645 IM#26 PAINTING & CARPENTRY New Life PaintingPainting Concrete Carpentry Home Repairs 22 Yrs.Exp. Lic # SP3578 & 3579 ReferencesFast & Reliable! Call 849-0293 or 743-2431 PLUMBING Ernest E.Rhodes PLUMBINGLicensed CFC1427241 10700 5TH Ave,Gulf,Marathon 743-7072 STUMP GRINDING STUMP GRINDINGFree Estimates 872-9877 TIKI HUTS Tiki HutsNEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099Lic# CYC000002 FLORIDA KEYS G E T Y O U R B U S I N E S S N O T I C E Dfor as low as $49.28 Call Laura at 743-5551Deadline: Wednesday 3 pm for Saturdays edition. Across 1Marshy ground 7Parties for royalty, say 12Finger lever 19Too 20Lively Baroque dances 21Bench warmer 22Potentially comforted by a bottle of Beefeater? 24Cruel partner 25Loosen,in a way 26Rescued orphan in Byron's "Don Juan" 27Cutlass maker 28Eagle's org. 29Be inclined 301994 World Cup host 31Carts without fixed sides 33"Take __ from me ..." 34Place for a complainer? 39Community character 40Boxer's greeting 43Catch sight of 44Blue gem,briefly 45Worry-free 46Scrape 48Kept talking,and talking ... 49Spread here and there 50Some electron tubes 51Is inclined 52Mailing ctr. 53Johnson of "LaughIn" 56Run to Reno, maybe 57Forty-niner after a lucky strike? 59Double-minded 60Rep.'s opponent 61Dolphin's home 63Is in need of 65Critic's pick 66Data 68Christian path to salvation? 72Celtic,for one 74Inert gas 75Show stoppers 76Hag 77Be half-asleep 78Chaucerian estate manager 80San Antonio landmark 81Treat with carbon dioxide 82Quality 84Word with land or sea 85Seem less important 87"You betcha!" 88Many an Indian 89Stagehand splitting his sides? 92Surface statistic 93Aromatic compound 95Three abroad 96Spell opening 100Sleep lab letters 101Vintage autos 102Hyperion,for one 104Challenging winds 105Riot figures 107Like a baseball player who couldn't find his way to the field? 110The Urals divide it 111Like a jack-o'lantern's eyes 112Time of merriment 113Completely absorbed (in) 114Striking hammer parts 115"Help!"film director Richard Down 1Mound on the slopes 2Woolly,in a way 3Oscar de la __ 4Like an arrow in the air 5Blackthorn fruit 6Genuine,for real: Abbr. 7Befitting offspring 8Alike,to Alain 9Big brass 10Snaky fish 11Boston-toNantucket dir. 12Indeed 13Tears apart 14"We have met the enemy and he __": Pogo 15Some microwaves 16Ineptly prepared mess hall offering? 17Taxpayer's crime 18Take a turn for the worse 20Is called 23Stretch with no hits 27Porridge,essentially 31State under oath 32"Still Falls the __": Edith Sitwell poem 33"You're in for __!" 35Cash in 36Exploits 37Twisty-horned antelope 38Like many beaches 39Always,in verse 40Began energetically 41Texas city near Dyess Air Force Base 42Man at the altar yet again? 45Baby carrier? 47Payroll service giant,initially 48Civil War cannon, e.g. 49Paint droplet 51Inquisitor __ de Torquemada 52Iced,as cake 54Italian seaport 55Main courses 57Avant-__ 58South American plain 62"__ my love a cherry ..." 64Filter out67Iroquois tribe 69Food that's French for "flash of lightning" 70"The Sound of Music"family name 71Former Colorado governor 73"__ b?" 77Spanish surrealist 79Coin first minted under Louis IX 80It might be a whole lot 82Dickens's Darnay 83Offer one's services for a fee 84Certain NCOs 85Mardi Gras event 86Boston's TD Garden,e.g. 90Web-footed mammals 91Triangular house sections 93Spine-tingling 94"Alas!" 97Upward thrust 98Rouen remainder 99Sirius,for one 101Breathing:Abbr. 102Gilded metalware 103One of the Karamazovs 104Comic strip drooler 106__ kwon do 107Mountain pass 108T-shirt size 10949ers'org. Observer crossword puzzle "GEE WHIZ"Solution in the October 22 Keynoter Crossword solutionSolution to the October 15 puzzle. The Weight Watchers group at St.James the Fisherman Episcopal Church in Islamorada and Weight Watchers Mariners Hospital just completed a six-week challenge called Lose For Good,in which members lost 150 pounds of weight and,along with that,collected 300 pounds of food for the Burton Memorial United Methodist Church Food Bank in Tavernier.LOSING FOR GOOD LIVING BRIEFSThursday program eyes poison controlThe Florida Poison Information Center in Miami is coming to the Keys this week to increase awareness of poison hazards and exposure for families. Poisoning is among the top 10 leading causes of death for children under age 18, says the Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition, presenter of the 90-minute program. The free session is from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Marathon Government Center's County Commission chambers. It's for anyone interested, including School District and child-care employees, and social-service agencies serving Keys families. For more information about the program, call 2938424 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.Ellis addresses Keys garden clubThe Marathon Garden Club kicks off its 2011-12 season on Friday with guest speaker Carol Ellis, an environmentalist, gardener and photographer. At 1 p.m. that day, she'll present "Everyday Practices for Sustainable Living in the Keys." Her presentation includes concepts that can be incorporated into daily life to help lighten our load on the environment, including organic gardening methods. The session is free and open to the public. The club is at mile marker 50 bayside. To find out more, call 7434971.
KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,October 19,2011 alon Blanco Spa6465 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050(305) firstname.lastname@example.org Full Service Salon Kleen-Rite ServicesThe First Time & Every TimeSandra HendersonOwner/Operator5409 Overseas Hwy.,Ste 266 Marathon,FL 33050770-265-9811 (Cell)305-289-3381 (Office) email@example.com Licensed & Insured Beverlys Cleaning ServiceBuying orSelling a Home? I Specialize in Deep Cleaning!I take pride in my cleaning service.Please give me a call 743-3392 or393-0652Serving the Keys for over 20 years! Licensed, Bonded and Insured 13365 Overseas Hwy. (MM 54) MarathonLaser, Hair Removal & ElectrolysisCarmela Buganski, CCE, CME (305) 731-3228Certified Laser Professional CELEBRATING WOMEN IN BUSINESSNational Business Women's Week October 17-21 743-5551 852-3216 The complete Florida Keys news and information source. LIVING BRIEFSZumbathon helps cancer organizationWhat's called a Zumbathon to benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure cancer-research organization is scheduled for 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Key Largo Lions Club, mile marker 99.3. Cost is $15, with 75 percent of the proceeds going to the charity. To find out more, send an e-mail to brainesbeth@ gmail.com.Reading group discusses Townie'The Marathon Library Book Discussion Group meets on Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. at the Marathon library to discuss "Townie" by Andre Dubus III. It's a memoir of a man who, after his parents' divorce, grew up with his mother in a poor, depressed Massachusetts mill town rife with drugs and violence. However, his father, an eminent author teaching at a nearby college, had him on Sundays. How the author was able to brook the disparate lifestyles and become successful makes for interesting reading. For more information call Fran Spinelli at 743-6538.Wilma documentary screens Oct.24Ashowing of "Wilma the Witch," a documentary about 2005's Hurricane Wilma made by Marathon attorney Richard Warner, screens at 7 p.m. Oct 24 the sixth anniversary of the hurricane at Key Colony Beach City Hall. Cost is $10, with snacks and drinks available. Proceeds benefit the Grace Jones Day Care Center.Christmas tree decorators neededThe Zonta Club of Marathon is looking for groups and individuals that want to decorate and donate a Christmas tree for the organization's Festival of Trees, taking place Nov. 25 and 26 at Florida Keys Marathon Airport. Money raised goes to Zonta scholarships. To find out more, send an e-mail to Yesenia Ramerez at yesenia. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-8044.
Wednesday,October 19,2011 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com SCHMITT REALESTATE CO.100430 Overseas Highway Key Largo, FL33037Each Office is Independently Owned And Operated Maria Barroso REALTOR(786) 382-3765 Cell (305) 451-1220 Faxmariaflkeys@yahoo.com Islamorada Professional Center 81990 Overseas Hwy, Ste 103 Islamorada, Florida, 33036 (305) 664-4282 email@example.com JANIS J. JEFFERS DENTISTRYCreating Beautiful, Natural Smiles $ 20 OFF Shawn Wilson, Broker Associate 101925 Overseas Highway Key Largo, FL 33037 C: 305-407-5751 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.prukeys.com Skin Nails Hair Massage Waxing Bridal BoutiqueSalon Saige at Kikis Spa Lead Stylist Owner Licensed Esthetician 100211 Overseas Hwy. MM 100.2 Oceanside Key largo, Fl 33037LMDreaver@aol.com Award Winning food, coffee & deserts Eye-Catching Printed Materials & Terric Promotional Products Business Cards Letterhead & Envelopes Carbonless Forms Marketing Materials Brochures, Flyers, Rack Cards, Post Cards Annual Reports Newsletters Tickets, Lables & Stamps 99336 Overseas Hwy South US 1, Key Largo 305-451-3722 Est. 1976 A 35 yr. Long Keys TraditionMRS. MACS KITCHEN & MRS. MACS KITCHEN IIA Classic Florida Keys Experience 99020 Overseas Hwy Median US 1, Key Largo 305-451-MACS Coming Fall 2011 Keeping with our Tradition Eat Well, Laugh Often, Live Lon g Angela & Paula Wittke, Beth Hubbell, Jessica Callazo IRMA IS NOW WITH: BAYVIEW PROPERTIESOF THE KEYSINC.Irma Woodward GRIBayview Properties of the Keys, IncKey Largo, FL 33037 305-394-0651 fax 305-453-1765 www.irmawoodward.com email@example.com Florida Title of the KeysDebi WachendorferManager / Licensed Title Agent A Division of Island Acquisition Title Company (305) 664-5188 Fax (305) 664-5108 firstname.lastname@example.org 85960 Overseas Hwy, Ste. 1 Post Ofce Box 535 Islamorada, FL 33036 85992 Overseas Hwy, P.O. Box 1634, Islamorada, FL 33036Bus: (305) 664-4444 Cell: (305) 522-1370 Fax: (305) 664-2884 Toll Free: (866) 664-2075 Web: www.judelindback.com E-Mail: email@example.comIndependently Owned and OperatedJude LindbackSelling the Keys since 1988REALTOR Laura Lynne Kennedy Broker AssociateOcean Sothebys International Realty 81888 Overseas Highway Islamorada, Florida 33036 c 305.333.6100 t 305.712.8888 f 305.712.8889 firstname.lastname@example.org www.oceansir.com 83266 Overseas Hwy, Ste 100 P.O. Box 318 Islamorada, FL 33036 (305) 664-9200 phone (305) 664-8535 fax email@example.comOldest Title Company in the Upper Keys Carla L. Bahn,President CELEBRATING WOMEN IN BUSINESSNational Business Women's Week October 17-21
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Wednesday,October 19,2011 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A A A A LOGO 84218 Error: 1 84218 1 x 2.0 (28.3333) 630157 FLY TACKLE SALES S FLORIDA KEYS OUT F K0260GENERAL/MIS C We are an Equal Opportunity EmployerExperienced Property Engineer NeededThis is a hands on maintenance position, overseeing a 7 crew maintenance staff to ensure the efficiency of all maintenance, grounds and janitorial operations of the Resort. 3-5 years previous experience in resort/condo-hotel maintenance or like setting Minimum of 2 years management experience. Bilingual preferred Must have Florida CPO Certification or ability to obtain. email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org A A A d / 4297300 INTHECIRCUITCOURT,OF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE BYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,will,onthe31stdayof OCTOBER2011at11:00a.m. at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,intheCityof KeyWest,Florida,offerfor sale,andsellatPublicoutcryto thehighestandbestbidderfor CASHthefollowingdescribed propertysituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: UnitWeek33,inCondominium ParcelNumber3,of COCOPLUMBEACHAND TENNISCLUB,a Condominium,accordingtothe DeclarationofCondominium recordedinOfficialRecords Book935atPages1744-1811 inthePublicRecordsof MONROECounty,Floridaand allAmendment(s)thereto,if any. ParcelID / 00366160-000100 PursuanttotheAMENDED DEFAULTFINALJUDGMENT enteredinacasependingin SaidCourt,thestyleofwhichis: CocoPlumBeachandTennis ClubCondominium A ssociation,Inc.,aFlorida corporationnotforprofit, Plaintiff, -VSJohnStrahin,Individually, Defendants A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNumber: 2009-CC-67-M Witnessmyhandandthe OfficialSealofsaidCourt,this 14thdayofSeptember,2011. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:MosesDoyle DeputyClerk-MosesDoyle FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaiminganinterest inthesurplusfromthesale,if any,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateofthe LisPendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale. PublishOctober12,19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4390800 NOTICEOFSALE FEDERALLIENCORP. will sellatPublicSaleatAuction thefollowingvesselstosatisfy lienpursuanttoChapter328.17 oftheFloridaStatutesonOct 27,2011at10A.M. Lot / :B281912001FOUNT; Reg / 1124116;HullID / FPA1072B101;Locatedat:A Boat4Fun,Inc.,97951 OverseasHwy,POBox 370888KeyLargo,FL33037 (305)852-2025;Owner: RICHARDWMITCHELLJR, 14STOCKST,HANOVER,PA 17331;2ndOwner:ROBINA RAUL,POBOX501585, MARATHON,FL33050; Customer:SAMEAS REGISTEREDOWNER; Lienholder:NONE;Owner: RICHARDW.MITCHELL, JR./ROBINARAUL,1669 OVERSEASHWY,POBOX 1585,MARATHON,FL33050; LienAmount:$33,121.10 Lot / :B281901996Rinker; Reg / IN4755DE;HullID / RNK50994J596;Locatedat: ROCKHARBORMARINA, 97951OverseasHwy/POBox 370888KeyLargo,FL33037 (305)852-2025;Owner: ROBERTMWENDEL,3985W 800NFAIRLAND,IN46126; Customer:SAMEAS REGISTEREDOWNER; Lienholder:NONE;Lien A mount:$26,778.00 A nyperson(s)claimingany interest(s)intheabovevessels contact: FEDERALLIEN CORP.(954)384-7171 25%BuyersPremium *ALL AUCTIONSAREHELDWITH RESERVE* LIC / AB0000288 PublishOctober12,19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4319800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANDFORMONROE COUNTY AMENDEDNOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE BYCLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, A A Florida,willonthe2nddayof November,2011,at11:00 oclocka.m.at500Whitehead Street,MonroeCounty,inthe CityofKeyWest,Florida,offer forsaleandsellatpublicoutcry tothehighestandbestbidder forCASHthefollowing describedpropertysituatedin MonroeCounty,Florida,towit: EXHIBITA INTHECITYOFKEYWEST, A NDKNOWNAST.J.ASHE SUBDIVISIONOFTRACT3, A SRECORDEDINDEED BOOKI,ATPAGE77OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOF MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDAANDISBOUNDED A SFOLLOWS: COMMENCINGATAPOINT ONELLENSTREET189FEET FROMANGELASTREETAND RUNNINGTHENCEALONG ELLENSTREETINA SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION27FEET; THENCEATRIGHTANGLES INANORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION98FEET; THENCEATRIGHTANGLES INANORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION27FEET; THENCEATRIGHTANGLES INASOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION98FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING. PARCELIDENTIFICATION NUMBER00013540-000000 Pursuantto FINAL JUDGMENTOF FORECLOSURE enteredina casependinginsaidCourt,the styleofwhichis: COUNTRYWIDEHOME LOANS,INC.FORTHE BENEFITOFE-TRADEBANK Plaintiff V. DAVIDSIEMINSKI,et.al. DefendantandCrossclaim Plaintiff A nd STEVENRYDMAN,et.al. CrossclaimDefendant A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNumber 44-2008-CA-000687-K WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 4thdayofOctober,2011. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:ShontaMcLeod DeputyClerk FloridaStatue45.031:Any personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim within60daysaftersale. PublishOctober19,26,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4538300 NOTICEOFSALE FEDERALLIENCORP. will sellatPublicSaleatAuction thefollowingvesselstosatisfy lienpursuanttoChapter328.17 oftheFloridaStatutesonNov 3,2011at10A.M. Lot / :B282001969PSD1; Reg / FL0920MZ;HullID / WS7092GM;Locatedat: MANATEEBAYMARINE, INC.,99MORRISLANE,KEY LARGO,FL33037 (305)451-3332;Owner: EDGARLKEULING,POBOX 2544,PARKER,CO80134; Customer:SAMEAS REGISTEREDOWNER; Lienholder:NONE;Lien A mount:$13,671.74 A nyperson(s)claimingany interest(s)intheabovevessels contact: FEDERALLIEN CORP.(954)384-7171 25%BuyersPremium *ALL AUCTIONSAREHELDWITH RESERVE* LIC / AB0000288 PublishOctober19,26,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4541600 NoticeofPublicAuction PursuantF.S.328.17,United A mericanLien&Recoveryas agentw/powerofattorneywill sellthefollowingvessel(s)to thehighestbidder Inspect1weekprior
marina; cashorcashiercheck;15% buyerprem;allauctionsare heldw/reserve;anypersons interestedph954-563-1999 SaleDateNovember11,2011
10:00am3411NW9thAve / 707FtLauderdale,FL33309 V117901999HSX1FL3293LB hullid / :HSXYC264E999 outboardpleasuregas fiberglassL23ftr/oJoseph A nthonyValdesJrlienor: MurrayMarineInc5710US Hwy1MM5KeyWest,FL Licensed&Bonded A uctioneers&Surveyors FLAB422FLAU765&1911 PublishOctober19,26,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 4384300 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2011-DR-1123-K WilliamCook, Petitioner and TetianaSynooka, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE TO:TetianaSynooka-Cook YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton WilliamCook, whoseaddress is 2801FlaglerAvenue,Key West,FL33040 onorbefore November14,2011, andfile theoriginalwiththeclerkofthis Courtat 500WhiteheadSt., KeyWest,FL33040 before serviceonPetitoneror immediatelythereafter. Ifyou failtodoso,adefaultmaybe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe petition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:October7,2011 CLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT By:RiellaLynnSims DeputyClerk PublishOctober12,19,26, November2,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4543600 NoticeofPublicAuction PursuanttoCh713.585(6)F.S. UnitedAmericanLien& Recoveryasagentwithpower ofattorneywillsellthefollowing vehicles(s)tothehighest biddersubjecttoanyliens;net proceedsdepositedwiththe clerkofcourt;owner/lienholder hasrighttohearingandpost bond;ownermayredeem vehicleforcashsumoflien;all auctionsheldinreserve. Inspect1weekprior
lienor facility,cashorcashiercheck; 15%buyerprem;anyperson interestedph(954)563-1999 SaledateNovember11,2011
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