Florida Keys keynoter
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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 11-19-2011
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .8B Living . . . . . . .3B Business . . . . . .7A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .4BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2011 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,NOVEMBER 19,2011 VOLUME 58,NO.93 25 CENTS In LAttitudes Reggae jams at Founders Park in Islamorada with BayJama III and its all free.Story, 5B Pressing the issue Despite the cold shoulder from Marathon,the county still wants to run the citys Fire Rescue operations.Story, 3A Pirates in Paradise invasion beginsT h e 1 2 th an n ua l P ira te s in Pa r adi s e Fe stiv al, w h ic h k i ck s o ff F rid a y, N o v. 25 beg ins 10 da y s of li te rary a n d l ite ra l p ira te m a nia in old K e y W es t. 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T h e li n e u p f o r t h e N o v 2 6 c o n c e r t in c l u d e s K e v e n s k n o w n f o r h i s lu s h d r u m n b a s s s o u n d ; J a h f e a M i a m i b a n d w it h fr o n t w o m a n E s t h e r F o r t u n e ; B u s h w o o d a r e g g a e / r o c k b a n d f r o m F o r t L a u d e r d a le a n d M a m a d e e a re g g a e a r t is t b o r n in E a s t G e r m a n y N o w li v in g i n C o l o g n e M a m a d e e s f i rs t r e l e a s e C o l o r L a w c a m e in 2 0 0 0 S h e s a l s o p e r f o r m e d w i th G en tl e m e n & T h e F a r E a s t B a n d w i t h S i s t e r s K e e p e r s W e v e g o t c r o w d f a v o r i t e s p l a y in g a g a in th is y e a r a n d e v e r y o n e w i l l b e i m p r e s s e d w it h o u r n e w r i s i n g s ta r s p a r t ic u l a r l y M a m a d e e s h e m a y ju s t b l o w u s a w a y F e d e r s a i d A l s o sc h e d u le d t o p e r f o r m : 2 0 W t ( o ri g in a l l y f r o m t h e K e y s ) F o u r th D i m e n s i o n ( d u b b e d a s S o u th F lo r id a R e g g a e l e g -Free concert showcases Reggae bandsIS L A M O R A D A K e v e n s a c r o w d fa v o r i t e t h e p a s t t w o y e a r s ,r e t u r n s a g a i n f o r B a y J a m a I I I S e e B a y J a m a ,6 B Goals pile upMarathons Ryan Durkin scores eight goals in two games to lead the Dolphins to two victories.Story, 1B Polluters would payU.S.Sen.Bill Nelson and a fellow senator introduce legislation to financially protect the Keys from a Cuba oil spill.Story, 2A Schools face $4M budget shortfallMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS FISHERIESFeds: Records show Wisteria owned by usThe federal government has dealt a major blow to a Key West development company that has claimed ownership of Wisteria Island off Key West for the past 44 years.The U.S. Department of Interior said this week that it owns the uninhabited island in Key West Harbor, and the island is in fact under the stewardship of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Davida Carnahan, a spokeswoman with DOIs Bureau of Land Management, said Friday.However, Monroe County Property Appraisers Office records show the island which has no county zoning designation has been owned by F.E.B Corp. since 1967.F.E.B. owner Roger Bernstein has been trying to get county approval to build 35 market-rate homes; 35 transient homes; five workforce houses; a bar, restaurant and retail component; and upland facilities to support a 100-plus ball mooring field. However, the county Planning Commission has voted 3-2 to assign Wisteria a future-land-use-map designation of residential conservation, limiting development to between two and five houses on the 21-acre island. In response, Bernstein has proposed a category called maritime harbor island that would let him build more than five houses but far fewer than his original plan.At the same time, even through Wisteria is in unincorporated Monroe County, F.E.B. has tried to get the city of Key West involved byThats a blow to firm seeking developmentBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comDEVELOPMENTHammerhead sharks are to be feared,but now theyre to be protected,as well,say state fishery officials.Theyre a no-take species starting in January.Sharks get protected statusLove for big sharks flowed freely Wednesday in Key Largo. Tiger sharks and three species of hammerhead sharks will join the list of sharks protected from harvest in Florida waters starting in January. This rule came on a unanimous vote by the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Aparade of shark supporters traveled to the Key Largo Grande Resort from throughout the state and urged commissioners to protect the big ocean predators. Nobody eats tiger sharks or hammerheads, said Greg Jacoski of the Guy Harvey Foundation. We dont want to prevent anybody from fishing, but theres no reason to harvest the four species. This animal is on the brink, said Ken Harris of Key West Extreme Adventures, a shark-watching charter. We need to do more [protection], not less. Years ago, it was nothing to see 10 big sharks, 200 to 400 pounds, in a day, Harris said. Now you dont see six in a year.Hammerhead sharks are targeted by harvesters who want to sell the speciesfins to the Asian market for sharkfin soup, said University of Miami shark researcher Neil Hammerschlag. The trade prizes them for their disproportionately large fins which have a high number of fibers, he said.Members of the Shark Savers group and the Oceana environmental group appealed for the closure. Divers do want to see sharks in the water; its the number one attraction, said dive operator Hannah Medd of Palm Beach County.State extends no-take ban on 4 speciesSuperintendent Jesus Jara told the Monroe County School Board on Tuesday hes planning for at least a $4 million budget deficit for the fiscal year that starts July 1. The expected shortfall is based on a bleak state budgetary outlook and declining property values in the Florida Keys, board Chairman John Dick said. The news comes after a summer budgeting cycle that saw more than $9 million cut and in a climate where board members are trying to sell a skeptical voting public on a referendum that would enable the transfer of $9.8 million from a capital fund into general operating revenues. Jara acknowledged the need to discuss the possibility that if the referendum fails, the district might have to cut $14 million, which includes the expected $4 million deficit, from its budget. Lower Keys resident Sloan Bashinsky, during the public comment portion of the board meeting, likened that to Armageddon. Thats whats going to happen if the referendum doesnt pass. You will have school closings; you will have mass firings; you will have no sports programs. Its all going to be gone. The public needs to know that. In the current fiscal year, district staff budgeted to spend about $80 million;More cuts coming,Jara warns boardBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comFresh off a budget cycle that saw the Monroe County School District cut $9 million from its budget, the district now is looking at another $1 million in cuts because of student growth at Keys charter schools. The $1 million is due the districts six charter schools for enrollment growth (around 150 students) since the $80 2011-12 million budget was finalized in September. Superintendent Jesus Jara said hes looking at lots of different operational expenses for reduction opportunities, including scaling back summer school, maybe increase the temperature in district buildings to cut down on air-conditioning expenses, cutting grass less often, and consolidating open positions instead of hiring new employees. We have to pay the charters the extra allocation even though we dont get it from the state, Jara said. School District needs to cut $1MReason:Spike in students at charter schoolsBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com FWC board punts on casita issueBuffetted by sharply contrasting views of underwater casitas, state fishery managers tossed the spiny-lobster issue to their lawyers Wednesday.Were not moving forward to legalize casitas, Kathy Barco, chairwoman of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, said after discussion at the boards annual Key Largo meeting. Barco added, The science didnt say everything [about casitas] was bad.... Ive listened to both sides and dont have an opinion yet. The no-vote decision by the FWC board to seek a legal clarification on jurisdictional issues will keep the casita debate on the table.In the aquatic vocabulary, casitas are illegal underwater structures built on the sea floor to attract lobster, allowing the crustaceans to be easily harvested by divers. Its now illegal to build casitas or harvest lobster from existing ones.Advocates of casitas describe them as less damaging to the sea floor than wooden lobster traps and say they virtually eliminate bycatch of fish that might be caught in traps. The potential is tremendous, said Lower Keys commercial diver John Coffin, a former trapper. Use this wonderful gear to abate some of the impacts from trap fishing. Fishermen in the Bahamas and Cuba successfully use casitas, said Lower Keys fisherman Russell Moore, president of theLawyers now looking at jurisdictionFISHERIESBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com A lobster crawls under a rock on the ocean floor.Thats a natural habitat unlike casitas.See Casitas,2ASee Wisteria,3ASee Cuts,2ASee Budget,2ASee Sharks,3A


Bill Nelson, Floridas senior senator, and a Senate colleague from New Jersey introduced a bill last week that would hold foreign oil companies directly accountable for oil spills that pollute U.S. territory. The bill was written in anticipation of a massive foreign offshore drilling operation that could begin in Cuban waters as close as 50 miles from Key West by late next month.Nelson, a Democrat, and Sen. Robert Menendez, DN.J., introduced the bill on Nov. 9. It ensures that in the event of an oil spill, claimants can directly sue companies responsible for the disaster. The bill also removes the $75 million liability cap. Nelson and Menendez said in a statement that the legislation is meant to be a big stick to discourage foreign oil companies from drilling offshore near Florida.Hopefully, companies seeking to drill in Cuban waters will think twice once they know they would be fully liable for any damages to the Florida Keys, South Florida beaches, or if the spill reached the Gulf Stream, anywhere up the East Coast, Menendez said in a prepared statement.Astatement from Nelsons office said current law contains ambiguities that might allow companies to argue that [lawsuits] could not be brought directly against them under the Oil Pollution Act, the main body of law that protects America from oil spills.Spanish oil company Repsol will be the first of several foreign companies to explore for oil in the Florida Straits aboard a giant Italianowned semi-submersible rig constructed in China and Taiwan. The $750 million rig, named the Scarabeo 9, is en route to the Cuban coast and is expected to arrive in late December of January. Companies from countries including Russia, Brazil, Vietnam and Norway will operate from the rig after Repsol. What is most concerning to some observers is the depth of the project more than 6,000 feet underwater. The 2010 DeepWater Horizon/British Petroleum spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which took 85 days to stop, happened at a depth of 5,500 feet. Another concern about the project stems from the 50-year-old U.S. trade embargo against Cubas communist government. In the event of a spill, U.S. companies with needed expertise would be delayed in helping with cleanup efforts because they would need special permission from the federal government to operate in Cuban waters. Nelson said any delay in spill mitigation could prove disastrous for Florida. If there is a spill there, we could lose part of the Everglades, or the Keys, or the coral reefs, or our fishing industry or tourism and jobs, he said.How much oil is located in the area of the Florida Straits Repsol will explore is up for debate. The U.S. Geological Survey estimates about 5 billion barrels, but the Cuban government thinks the offshore area holds up to 20 billion barrels.Cuba is not the only Florida neighbor hoping to take advantage of its potential oil reserves. ABahamian energy investment firm, Bahamas Petroleum Co., said recently that it hopes to partner with a major oil company and begin exploration by 2012. Ecologically Concerned Commercial Divers group. They create no pollution and no navigational hazards, he said. I think theyre good for the fishery and the environment. Opponents say legalized casitas could destroy livelihoods in the traditional trap-fishing fleet to benefit an expanded dive fishery that would be virtually impossible to oversee. This could create a nightmare in the fishery, said Florida Keys Commercial Fishermens Association Executive Director Bill Kelly. Its ludicrous to encourage the use of these illegal structures. In a word, dont, Organized Fishermen of Florida director Jerry Sansom told the FWC board. Dont go there. Theres no way youll be able to get your hands around this thing. If you cant control the numbers of casitas out there now when theyre illegal and prohibited, Sansom said, how are you going to develop a management plan to determine how many should be out there and who can use them?Casitas dont seem to affect lobster migration patterns, John Hunt, administrator of the state Fish and Wildlife Research Institutes Marathon office, said in a briefing to the FWC on a two-year study of casitas in Gulf of Mexico waters north of the Lower Keys. The structures seem to cause rather minor change to the sand-and-limestone bottom around them in the study area, he said. But the casitas do make it easy for divers to catch large numbers of lobster in the opening weeks of the season. The big issue is the shift from one user group to another group through use of this illegal gear, Hunt said.Any attempt to legalize casitas requires agreement from a wide spectrum of state and federal agencies. The first and biggest issue is that the FWC does not have [complete] jurisdiction, fisheries analyst Aaron Podey said. This is not something the FWC can do on its own. Apreliminary 2007 survey of other agencies with some jurisdiction over the ocean floor showed pretty much everybody has a hand in the cookie jar, Podey said. And there others we havent talked to yet.While FWC commissioners acknowledged that casita advocates made some strong points, they worried about harming an established trap industry that has worked with the state for decades to control fishing effort.Board members asked FWC lawyers and staff to provide a more detailed overview of jurisdictional questions on casitas. If we look at anything, we should see if we can go anywhere jurisdictionally, Barco said. If we have no jurisdiction, were dead in the water anyway.Vice Chairman Kenneth Wright agreed, Theres no sense going through the brain damage on this if theres no way to work it out. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,November 19,2011 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8173 SUN.8173 MON.8272 TUES.8171 Forecast: Expect partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.There currently are no beaches with health advisories against swimming.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes Keys Sunday and the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald. Keynoter mail subscriptions: $59.53 in Florida and $56.16 outof-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail. Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSPunta Gorda man dies while divingAPunta Gorda man died while on diving off Key West Wednesday, says the Monroe County Sheriffs Office. Ronald Kennedy, 65, was on the dive boat Phoenix with his 29-year-old son Graham. Theyd been diving in about 25 feet of water for about 25 minutes and completed their dive just after 3 p.m., says Deputy Becky Herrin. The two were hanging onto the tow line, removing their dive gear, when Kennedy slumped over; he had stopped breathing. His son called for help from others on the boat. He was brought aboard the boat and the crew performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation as the boat returned to shore. The U.S. Coast Guard met the vessel and Kennedy was taken to Lower Keys Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy will be done to determine the cause of his death. A AFIELDDr.AlvanField,79,of Islamorada,Floridaand LanokaHarbor,NewJersey, diedpeacefullyonTuesdayin TomsRiver,NewJersey surroundedbyhisfamily. Hewasborntothelate MauriceandNatalieField,Oct. 15th,1932inBoston,MAand graduatedfromColbyCollege inMaine,andTempleSchoolof DentistryinPennsylvania. Dr.Fieldwasamanofmany passionsandinterests,but nothingmeantasmuchtohim asbeingwithhisfamily. Runningaclosesecond, though,washisloveofcars andmotorboats,football, tennis,horseracing,blackjack, andfood,food,foodespecially whensharedwithhisfamilyat oneofhismanyfavorite restaurants. Inpracticeforfiftyyearsat BeachwoodDentalArts,Dr. Fieldmettheneedsoffour generationsofpatients.Dr. Fieldconsideredhisstaffand patientstobemembersofhis family.Ofhismany professionalaccomplishments, hewasmostproudofhis contributionstoNewJersey communitiesasadeveloperof medicalbuildingsinToms Riverandasarestorerof TuckertonshistoricMain Street. Heissurvivedbyhiswifeof 24yearsCarolField;his childrenMarshall,Maddie, Marty,Sam,Jaimeeand Jason;andhisgrandchildren Isabella,Noah,Ari,Ellie, Shayna,Jacob,Katie,Hannah, andRubyJane. Inlieuofflowers,thefamilyis requestingthatdonationsbe madeouttotheJPhillipCitta RegionalCancerCenterat CommunityMedicalCenter, TomsRiver. AAFIELDDr.AlvanField,79,of Islamorada,Floridaand LanokaHarbor,NewJersey, diedpeacefullyonTuesdayin TomsRiver,NewJersey surroundedbyhisfamily. Hewasborntothelate MauriceandNatalieField,Oct. 15th,1932inBoston,MAand graduatedfromColbyCollege inMaine,andTempleSchoolof DentistryinPennsylvania. Dr.Fieldwasamanofmany passionsandinterests,but nothingmeantasmuchtohim asbeingwithhisfamily. Runningaclosesecond, though,washisloveofcars andmotorboats,football, tennis,horseracing,blackjack, andfood,food,foodespecially whensharedwithhisfamilyat oneofhismanyfavorite restaurants. Inpracticeforfiftyyearsat BeachwoodDentalArts,Dr. Fieldmettheneedsoffour generationsofpatients.Dr. Fieldconsideredhisstaffand patientstobemembersofhis family.Ofhismany professionalaccomplishments, hewasmostproudofhis contributionstoNewJersey communitiesasadeveloperof medicalbuildingsinToms Riverandasarestorerof TuckertonshistoricMain Street. Heissurvivedbyhiswifeof 24yearsCarolField;his childrenMarshall,Maddie, Marty,Sam,Jaimeeand Jason;andhisgrandchildren Isabella,Noah,Ari,Ellie, Shayna,Jacob,Katie,Hannah, andRubyJane. Inlieuofflowers,thefamilyis requestingthatdonationsbe madeouttotheJPhillipCitta RegionalCancerCenterat CommunityMedicalCenter, TomsRiver. 305-664-8400 COME BY BOAT!Roast beef, Ham, Crab Legs, Clams, Mussels, Shrimp, Salads Desserts and Drink Specials ONLY$20.00 per person Dont miss Jacks parties at the Grill! Monday November 21, 2011 LOCALS APPRECIATION DAY Its Island Grills Customer Appreciation Party ALL YOU CAN EAT Seafood Buffet PLUS MUSIC BY THE 3 STOOGESBilly Davidson, Dana Collins and Steve Webb Two sides firm on casita useFrom Casitas,1A along with that was a $3.2 million fund balance. District officials dipped into the fund balance to the tune of $500,000 to add more staff to meet state class-size mandates, and on Tuesday board members approved an additional $130,000 in fund-balance expenditures. When the ratio of the fund balance compared to overall revenue drops below 3 percent, the district has to notify the state Department of Education. If the fund balance drops below 2 percent, theres the chance state officials could appoint an oversight committee to straighten things out. This is tough times and were facing more problems, Dick said. I think what Jara did [Tuesday] night by setting this tone, hes going to come with some reductions next meeting and we better listen to them. Alluding to the chance of state oversight, Dick asked: Whats more important: For us to straighten out this district or have some people come from Tallahassee and do it for us? Im confident we can avoid the 2 percent, Jara said of the threshold for state oversight. If we have to fall below the 3 percent, it wont be too deep. Im confident Im not going to fall below the 2 percent.Fund ballance falling againFrom Budget,1A When I do that and bring a budget amendment to increase the enrollment and to pay for it, I will also come with a budget amendment to cut and make some further reductions in the operations. Its not going to be in the classroom, he said, and its not going to be employees and staff. Jara and Chief Financial Officer Michael Kinneer will present the two budget amendments at the Dec. 13 School Board meeting at Coral Shores High School in Tavernier. The district acts as a sort of pass-through for charters, getting per-student funding from the state, then turning it over to the charter schools. Theyre public schools but differ in their curriculum and testing methods and sometimes dont offer things like busing, sports or other extracurricular activities. Jara told board members Tuesday that some districts are looking at policies to cap enrollment at charter schools in order to remove a variable from their budgeting process. Before we go with that, board Chairman John Dick said, we need to hear all the facts and get through things instead of a knee-jerk reaction. This is new information to the board.Jara: Staff safe from cutsFrom Cuts,1A Kolhage to retire, opening clerks raceMonroe County Clerk of Courts Danny Kolhage widely considered one of the most respected government officials in the Florida Keys wont run for re-election in 2012 for the post hes held since 1983. After very careful consideration by myself and family, I have decided not to seek re-election as your clerk of the circuit court, he said. However, I intend to fully serve out my existing term of office.Kolhage, a Democrat, was appointed in 1983 by thenGov. Bob Graham to replace Ralph White, who resigned. At the time, Kolhage was the assistant clerk.Since then, hes been reelected to four-year terms without opposition except in 2000, when Ray Choate ran as a write-in and received few votes.Kolhage, 67, is Monroe Countys official keeper of government records and the chief watcher of government dollars. Hes known for his tenacity in not approving questionable expenditures.The most recent highprofile example was last year, when he had his staff audit Stand Up for Animals, which formerly operated the Marathon animal shelter under a county contract. His staff found questionable expenses such as for restaurants and a small truck for private use by the director.The audits findings led to a judge freezing Stand Ups bank accounts (an order that has since been lifted).I am proud to say that the clerks office is staffed with deputy clerks and professionals who care about and understand the importance of their work and perform their duties accordingly, Kolhage said. He says that looking back over his three-decade career, I guess the big thing weve all seen over that time is the advancements of technology. The way we used to keep records and the way we keep records now, its all changed. We try to keep up with all of the technologies. Weve got every contract the county has on our web site, all the resolutions.Kolhage also has court records on his site and is working to modernize that even more with whats called the e-file system for lawyers before his term expires. Itll allow attorneys to file legal paperwork without having to go to a courthouse.The lawyers could file paperwork directly from their offices. It would basically be paperless, he said. Kolhage says hes going to remain in Monroe following his retirement on Jan. 7, 2013, but has no plans to remain idle. Im thinking about a couple of things, he said. Ive worked all my life, so Im not about to stay home and watch daytime TV. Im going to stay involved. The job of county clerk is the third Keyswide position to open up for the 2012 election; Sheriff Bob Peryam isnt running for a second term, and Elections Supervisor Harry Sawyer is retiring from the post hes held since 1988.Three decades of service are coming to endBy LARRY KAHNlkahn@keynoter.comPOLITICS KOLHAGEBill targets oil companiesTheyd be held liable for any spill pollutionBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comOIL DRILLING NELSON KEYSNET.COM


Saturday,November 19,2011 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com 305-394-3984or email:bpk591@att.netDISAPPEARING SCREENSFor Doors and Windows Single & Double Entry Patios & French DoorsServing Key West to Key Largo More sharks mean more divers and more tourism. Team Rebel Fishing, a sportfishing group which specializes in releasing sharks it catches from shore, endorsed the ban and offered to share successful release techniques.Patrick Barker of the Southeast Fisheries Association, a commercial-fishing group, protested the ban on killing tiger sharks and hammerheads as a political issue not backed by science.There is no specific stock assessment and Im not talking about assessments from environmentalists, Barker said, the only speaker who objected to the shark harvest ban. Barker suggested a shark population explosion could lead to increased shark attacks on beachgoers.Supporters dismissed that possibility as unfounded. We want to see sharks again, said Bill Parks, a marine-life collector. We understand them better now.At a previous hearing, commissioners asked state staff to consider the feasibility of creating a shark tag, similar to a $50 tarpon tag, that would allow anglers to keep a big shark. The shark-tag idea has been indefinitely tabled, FWC Chairwoman Kathy Barco said. Fishermen used to kill everything they caught, said FWC Vice Chairman Kenneth Wright. Now we know not to do that.The newly protected species tiger sharks and three species of big hammerhead sharks (great, smooth and scalloped) will join a list of 22 other shark species deemed no-take for legal harvest in state waters.We want to see sharksFrom Sharks,1A Keys eyed forstandalone fishing rulesThe Florida Keys could become its own fishing territory for rulemaking, a state fishery manager said Wednesday.The two federal fishing councils that oversee federal waters around Florida recognize that fishing rules can get confusing in the Keys, said Bill Teehan, director of Marine Fisheries Management for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.There is a split in some rules in the Keys, Teehan told the FWC board at its Wednesday meeting in Key Largo. That creates issues that can be problematic for fishermen and law enforcement, he said. Teehan serves as the state governments representative to the federal Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council, which generally covers waters north of the Keys.The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council oversees fishing on the East Coast and south of the Keys. The FWC has jurisdiction of state ocean waters.All three groups strive to standardize rules for various fish species for all three jurisdictions, but it doesnt always work out that way. When the rules dont match up the number of species where they dont conform goes on and on, Teehan said the Keys feel it most. The Keys-specific area remains a concept, and changing federal fishing regulation frequently takes years. The FWC took no action on the proposal. Bill Kelly of the Florida Keys Commercial Fishing Association said a local fishing territory would be an excellent idea. We have a subtropical fishery as opposed to a more temperate zone, Kelly said. In other issues at the twoday FWC meeting:This winters closed season on sea trout in Florida will be the last for recreational anglers. Because of improved fish-population numbers, the FWC voted to make sea trout eligible for harvest all year by anglers, beginning in February. The commercial hookand-line sea trout season was extended, but will still have a seven-month closed season (October through April in South Florida).Five FWC officers in Monroe County Aaron Smith, Jason Rafter, Josh Peters, Bryan Fugate and Lt. David DiPre were recognized by the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermens Association and the FWC board for their efforts in combating lobster-trap thefts.Assistant Monroe County State Attorney Colleen Dunne was honored as the FWCs Prosecutor of the Year, a statewide honor, for her work on conservation cases.But no action taken on idea to consolidateFISHERIESBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comrequesting it run utilities to the island. The city has balked, saying its not its problem.Neither Bernstein nor his attorney, Ed Scales, returned phone calls and e-mails asking whether Bernstein will appeal the DOIs interpretation of ownership; and if he does, will he seek reimbursement from the county for four decades worth of property taxes.Carnahan said the announcement this week is a reversal of the agencys August interpretation that the federal government gave up ownership of Wisteria Island, formerly known as Christmas Tree Island, in the 1950s.The island was made on an existing shoal in Key West Harbor in the late 19th and early 20th centuries from fill produced by a U.S. Navy dredging operation. Carnahan said the DOI originally said that since the island was made from fill and was not naturally occurring, it did not belong to the federal government.But after researching the issue, the DOI found three presidential executive orders showing otherwise, Carnahan said. The first two one in 1908 and the other in 1924 say the island should be reserved for Navy use.A1982 executive order transferred ownership from the Navy to the Fish and Wildlife Service, Carnahan said.County officials are in the process of trying to figure out what, if any, refund is owed to Bernstein and F.E.B. Corp.Miriam Price, a tax supervisor with the Monroe County Tax Collectors office, said someone paying taxes on a property it turns out he or she doesnt own would have to seek a refund approved by the Florida Department of Revenue through the detailed erroneous payment process.Appeal coming?From Wisteria,1ACounty official makes offerAcool response isnt stopping Monroe County Fire Chief Jim Callahan from pursuing the same title in the city of Marathon. Callahan was among 93 applicants for the citys vacant chief position last month, but his application comes with the caveat that hed only be adding Marathon Fire Rescue to his current duties. That idea didnt sit well with most Marathon council members, whove told the Keynoter they largely prefer the city hiring its own dedicated chief. William Wagner split chief duties in Marathon and Islamorada for three years, but that arrangement ended badly on Sept. 30 after village council member accused Marathon of taking advantage of a temporary situation. Callahan, with County Administrator Roman Gastesis blessing, submitted a proposal to Marathon City Manager Roger Hernstadt Wednesday outlining numerous services the county would provide for just $60,000 per year. Gastesi, an outspoken advocate of public partnerships, told the Keynoter hes aware of the councils reaction to sharing another chief. I know that [Hernstadt] is very diligent in his calculating and evaluating business. We talked about it and he told me that he wanted to sit down with the chief to talk about what the idea was. We thought wed put it on paper, he said. Its a real number in that ball park. Callahan agreed and said he hopes the city will look at it and say it makes sense. Its very little money at this point. How Im looking at it is adding two more fire stations, not hiring additional people. Its basically the management of those two fire stations, he said. Services offered include Callahan as chief, Monroe County Emergency Manager Irene Toner in the same capacity for Marathon, all facets of operations, logistics and administrative support staff, fire and EMS training and certification, and a battalion chief 24 hours per day. Hernstadt said he plans to review the proposal and meet with Callahan to discuss it. Obviously, itll be shared with the council and well see if they wish to give me any further instructions, he said. If Marathon were interested, the county would likely receive backlash from unincorporated Monroe residents paying a much higher tax rate for the same service. According to the county Office of Budget and Finance, residents in the Middle and Lower Keys Fire and Ambulance District 1 (all unincorporated areas south of Key Largo) pay $2.3799 per $1,000 of assessed property value for fire and EMS service. That equals $476 for the owner of a $200,000 house.In Marathon, residents pay just $1.9999 per $1,000 of assessed value for the entire city. Of that, just 62 cents-or 31 percent of $1.9999-is for fire and EMS services. That equals $124 for the owner of a $200,000 house. But Gastesi said those figures are skewed because Marathon is more compact and developed than many areas of unincorporated Monroe. The cost of running the stations is I would imagine very similar. The costs dont change; its how you generate the money. They charge less because they have a more concentrated tax base, he said. There will be people saying, Why are we giving Marathon sweetheart deal? My answer is Im looking at it as a public safety issue, Callahan added. According to Monroe County Tax Collector Danise Henriquez, 37,039 parcels are slated to pay $9.9 million into the Middle and Lower Keys Fire and Ambulance District 1 in 2011. In Marathon, 10,635 parcels are expected to pay $3.6 million. Meanwhile, Hernstadt told the Keynoter hes begun interviewing what will be as many as 10 candidates for the chief job. He said a short list of three, maybe four candidates should be ready by next month. Im hopeful to have a more detailed report for the council at the first meeting in December. I dont see any reason why that wont happen, he said. Hernstadt is scheduled to give the council an update on the recruitment process at Tuesdays council meeting. Its scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the Marathon Government Center. Sees Marathon sharing chief for $60,000 By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON


KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Saturday,November 19,2011 Suspect caught in Keys chargedSteven Louis, a fugitive from Central Florida caught in the Keys, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death earlier this month of Orlando mother Nicole Fields, according to the Osceola County Sheriffs Office. Detectives obtained a felony warrant Thursday for his arrest. He has been held in the Osceola County Jail after his capture following a highspeed chase two weeks ago in the Lower Keys. The case will be prosecuted in Polk County, where Fieldsbody was found Nov. 10 in Poinciana, a community straddling the OsceolaPolk county line. Prosecutors from the Orange-Osceola State Attorneys Office will assist Polk County prosecutors in the case after Louis, 28, is extradited to the Polk County Jail in Bartow. Fields, 26, disappeared on Nov. 3 after attending a child support hearing at the Osceola County courthouse over more than $12,000 in back payments owed by Louis for the care of their 2year-old daughter. Aday later, Louis was arrested after crashing Fieldsmissing car while he was fleeing from Monroe County Sheriffs Office deputies on Big Coppitt Key. He was treated for a possible cocaine overdose, charged with chase-related offenses and sent back to Kissimmee in the custody of Osceola County deputies. Louis had been held since Nov. 7 on an aggravated battery charge for an undisclosed incident involving Fields after she disappeared. Fields is survived by two daughters.Cops lodge murder count against LouisMcClatchy-TribuneCRIME FRONT LOUISReckwerdt: Im not going anywhereIslamorada Mayor Michael Reckwerdt, the focus of an apparent multi-agency federal investigation into his or his businessfinances, would not elaborate on what the probe is about but warned his constituents last week interesting times are ahead.Reckwerdts marina and restaurant business on Lower Matecumbe Key, Robbies Marina, was raided by dozens of agents with the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the FBI the morning of Nov. 3.Reckwerdt, 44, who is serving his fourth term on the five-member Village Council, said at the councils meeting last Thursday that hes not resigning, and that he is alright. This council is going to continue to have me on it. Im not going anywhere. Im not leaving. I didnt run. I never did run. Thats not what I do, he told his colleagues and constituents at the end of the Nov. 10 televised meeting. But he also said, without going into further detail, that whatever prompted the federal agents to execute a search warrant on his mile marker 77.5 bayside marina property is going to be an ongoing issue. Were going to have some interesting times coming up. We really are, Reckwerdt said. I have a whole herd of attorneys who dont want me to say anything, but Im going to be alright. Robbies is going to be alright. And this council is going to be alright, he said.Whether he wanted to talk about the issue or not, Reckwerdt was compelled to address it after motel owner Paul Bates, a frequent critic of Reckwerdt and the village government, brought up the raid several times during the meeting during public comment periods for unrelated matters.Bates, owner of the Coconut Cove Resort and Marina at mile marker 84.8, at one point asked Reckwerdt to resign. Mayor, consider your resignation a benefit to all of us, Bates said. Bates has run unsuccessfully for a seat on the Village Council several times. He has filed numerous lawsuits against the village because he feels code enforcement officials and the village fire department have unfairly targeted his business. Reckwerdt kept mostly quiet during Batesspeeches, but when Bates called for Reckwerdt to resign, Councilman David Purdo lost his temper.I have sat here and listened to you run your mouth and run your [e-mailed] articles. You dont know squat [expletive], Purdo said to Bates. You have cost this village so much money with your [lawsuits], its crazy. So lets get the truth out there. Im tired of hearing about it. You lie constantly. You just dont know what the truth is.Purdo later apologized to his colleagues and the audience for his language, but he remained publicly angry with Bates. I have been listening to Mr. Bates now for a long time, and Im tired of him. I hate to say it that way, but Im tired of him, Purdo said. The IRSCriminal Investigative Division, the lead agency in the Robbies raid, is still mum on what it is looking to find. Special Agent Ellie Michaud would not comment during a telephone interview on Tuesday. Reckwerdts attorney, Jay Hershoff of the Tavernier law firm Hershoff, Lupino & Yagel, could not be reached for comment.Mayor:Probe into finances not problematicBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comISLAMORADA NEWS BRIEFS Keys unemployment is lowest in stateFloridas unemployment rate in October fell to 10.3 percent, its lowest level in 28 months, continuing a long, slow recovery, state officials said Friday. Monroe (the Florida Keys) and Liberty counties had the states lowest unemployment rate (6.3 percent each). Hendry County had the highest unemployment rate in the state at 16.1 percent. News Service of Florida RECKWERDT


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We have much to be thankful for!Happy ThanksgivingAnnette,Nick, Tristan & George As expected, Gastesi waitsThe Monroe County Commission met in regular session Wednesday in Key Largo and took the following actions: County Administrator Roman Gastesi, as expected, removed a proposed four-year extension of his contract off the agenda. He started with the county in 2008. Gastesi was requesting the use of a county car as part of the new deal, and a resident on Tuesday emailed commissioners a history of Gastesis lessthan-stellar South Florida driving record from 1997 through 2009. It lists offenses from speeding and blowing stop signs to having an expired registration and twice driving with a suspended license in 2009. Gastesi said that while the violations wouldnt affect county insurance premiums, his personal use of a county car outside of county business could. No county employee uses county vehicles for personal use. Gastesi told the commission hed further examine the liability and bring the extension agreement back at a future meeting. Under his current contract, he Gastesi earns roughly $182,000, not including roughly $18,000 in benefits. His salary includes a $650 monthly car allowance.Heard a progress report on redevelopment of the Key Largo Ocean Resort mobile-home park from Growth Management Director Christine Hurley. The park had been the target of numerous code enforcement actions in the mid-2000s due to fire-safety issues and illegal addons to mobile homes on the 22-acre site. Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia had ordered it vacated and its since been razed and has a new redevelopment plan. Hurley told the commission, which threatened in August to revoke the parks development agreement, that theres been substantial progress on the site plan. She said the park ownership has applied for at least half of its main infrastructure permits.Heard another update from Hurley on the Federal Emergency Management Agencys willingness to accept an amendment to the countys downstairs-enclosure inspection program. Hurley told the Keynoter shes drafted a resolution for December to amend the countys agreement with FEMA, which requires inspections to ensure downstairs apartments arent illegally built or built in the floodplain. The inspections are key to the county remaining in FEMAs National Flood Insurance Program, which insures almost all Keys properties. Inspections had been done when someone applied for a permit of any kind for his or her home, but the state Legislature outlawed that in its session earlier this year. Now the county proposes that property owners request an inspection even if theyve had one in the past. The results would be part of the propertys chain of title so prospective buyers know exactly whats legal at the house. Public hearings will follow Decembers resolution. Itll be closer to the summer when full implementation will get going, Hurley said. FEMAMitigation Division Director Brad Loar says the agency supports the new program.Liability for county-car use being examinedBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY Rice takes reins as county mayorAs expected, Monroe County Commissioner David Rice was selected Wednesday by his colleagues as the boards mayor for the next calendar year. Rice spent the past year as vice mayor and the commission, as its currently seated, has adopted a policy of passing the gavel each year. Voting blocs on past commissions have prevented some commissioners, including Rice when he was a commissioner from 2002 to 2006, from receiving the honor. Commissioner Sylvia Murphy nominated Rice and Commissioner George Neugent quickly moved to close nominations. Ive only served with this commission one year now. Weve agreed with each other at times. Weve disagreed with each other at times. I havent found any voting pattern up here. But I never doubted every commissioner had the best intentions of Monroe County at heart, Rice said.Murphy then nominated Commissioner Kim Wigington for vice mayor, a spot shes turned down twice before. There were no other nominations.Im going to surprise you this time, Wigington said in accepting.Rice presented outgoing Mayor Heather Carruthers with a plaque at the beginning of the commissions meeting in Key Largo and fellow commissioners thanked her for serving. Shes the lone Democrat on the five-member commission.It would be nice if Washington, D.C., learned to work with Republicans and Democrats across the aisle like we do as commissioners, Neugent said. Rices first act as mayor was a request to expand upon a state-of-the-county presentation Carruthers worked on with County Administrator Roman Gastesi. I would like us to come back at the next meeting, having Roman work with each commissioner developing an agenda, a series of initiatives wed like to tackle in the next year. It would be a guideline that could be a great help, he said.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTYNew firehouse planned for Angela StreetThe Key West City Commission met on Tuesday and took the following actions:Unanimously passed a resolution put forth by Commissioner Billy Wardlow, a former Fire Department chief, instructing City Manager Jim Scholl to begin design and construction of a standalone fire station at 525 Angela St. The site of the crumbling City Hall, the Angela Street location has had a fire station since 1962. Because plans for a rebuild of the administrative building have lingered for years, Wardlow wanted to go ahead with the firehouse separately. He said firefighters have agreed to continue working in the existing building while the new station is being built. Scholl estimated a price between $2.5 million and $3 million.Years have passed and nothing has gotten done, Wardlow said of City Hall. Its time to move forward, so lets get the fire station going at least and get a building started down in that area so they have somewhere to go.Also approved unanimously the first reading of an ordinance that would regulate non-consensual towing from private property in Key West, setting a cap of $100 on what can be charged to the vehicle owner.Further language contained in the ordinance, which requires a second public hearing before becoming law, is a set gate fee of $30 and language that sets the processing fee at $25 for someone claiming the towed auto.Scholl told commissioners that he would organize a special meeting in January to address issues with financial implications.Those are a pending lease agreement with Tennesseebased Family Pride Corp. for acreage on the Truman Waterfront planned to be developed as an assisted-living facility.Were getting very close to having an agreement in place, Scholl said. The other issue involves the potential for commissioners to approve a sale of a piece of city-owned property thats occupied by the Pier House Caribbean Spa.In September, two entities returned bids on the property, which is valued by the Monroe County Property Appraisers Office at $6.05 million for the land and building. The Key West Police and Firefighters Pension Board bid $2.1 million while the Pier Houses parent company bid $6.3 million.Commissioners can select one of the bids or reject both.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WESTVisiting accreditation team awards an AEmployees and faculty members at Florida Keys Community College on Thursday applauded the news that a 10-member visiting re-accreditation team had only one critique in a massive compliance report.Every 10 years, FKCC goes through re-accreditation granted by sanctioning body the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; accreditation allows community college students to transfer credits to a university and gain access to federal financial aidThe last time the institution went through the multiyear process, the SACS committee gave 17 recommendations, college spokeswoman Amber Ernst-Leonard said. The single recommendation was that the institution exercise appropriate control over its financial resources, based on a March material weakness finding laid out in a report from the Florida Auditor Generals Office. FKCC President Larry Tyree said the issue would be corrected with the next annual state audit. The one [finding] is nothing we could do anything about in the short term but we will in the long run, Tyree said.To the assembled staff and faculty: You folks knocked their socks off and, more importantly, you have demonstrated...your commitment to facilitating student success at Florida Keys Community College. I simply could not be prouder of you.SACS committee member Oliver Arnold called the one recommendation a terrific outcome.Every single aspect of the institution was looked at, he said. Its extremely rare to have just one compliance recommendation. Maybe it has happened once in the 30-plus times Ive done this.Steve Sheeley of the SACS committee said. Youre ahead of the curve. Stay ahead of the curve. The campus visit was a major step in the re-accreditation process, begun by college staff in 2009, and set for a June, 2012 completion.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comCOMMUNITY COLLEGE


Opinion & EditorialSaturday,November 19,2011 Florida Keys Keynoter 6A 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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Photo courtesy FLORIDA STATE ARCHIVESThis is the second incarnation of Mariners Hospital in Tave rnier,Keys Community Hospital on Plantation Key,taken in 1969.According to state legislative records,Miami Dr.Nathaniel Levin founded what was first known as Overseas Hospital in 1962 with nine beds.In 1966,he sold it to another doctor,Stanford Setnor,who changed its name to Keys Community Hospital and expanded it to 14 beds.Then in 1972,Setnor sold it to American Medical Affiliates,which expanded it to 42 beds.In 1979,when it had failing finances and was in danger of closing,the not-for-profit Keys Hospital Foundation was created and won support for a bond issue that allowed the hospital to remain open;on June 10,1980,it was christened Mariners Hospital.In December 1994,the hospital became part of Baptist Health South Florida and in 1999,a new Mariners,with 25 beds,opened.CELEBRATING OUR PAST EDITORIALPublic service before politicsLETTERS TO THE EDITORAssumptions can be wrongIn this fast-paced society, it is easy to make snap judgments about things we see. But maybe the world would be a better place if we could see things differently. There is a very nice man who lives in my town. His name is Scott. In many ways, he is just like you and me. He is smart, kind and has a heart of gold. He is a veteran and he works hard to make a living. He does home renovations and is an auto mechanic who can fix your car. What makes Scott different is that when he was serving our country, he was hit with a bomb that blew up his arm and half his face. When I met this man, I was amazed that he had such a joyful, positive attitude in spite of his misfortune. Last week, Scott was sitting quietly eating his lunch at a table outside of Winn-Dixie. He had just been talking to a potential client about doing work for him. Someone saw him sitting there and, looking at his distorted appearance, made an assumption that he was panhandling. They called the police. Can you imagine how you would feel if you were in Scotts shoes? Its not easy to be a veteran, especially if you left the service handicapped and disfigured. The Native-Americans say we should walk a mile in another persons moccasins before we judge them. I think, there but for the grace of God go I. So the next time you meet a stranger and make a negative assumption because of the way he or she looks, take a moment to remember this story. Perhaps that person just needs a little kindness and understanding. It will make you feel better, too. Mimi Greek TavernierRemark regrettableIn your Nov. 16, edition, Sean Kinney reported on the most recent meeting of the Monroe County School Districts Audit and Finance Committee, on which I serve. Mr. Kinney did not attend the meeting and relied on an interview with the internal auditor, Ken Gentile, for his information. The report focused exclusively on a lengthy committee discussion of the requirements of the Sunshine Law regarding memberscommunication. Appended to that discussion was reference to a scurrilous and unfortunate remark I made much later in the meeting and in an entirely different context. The meeting included discussion of a range of topics, including my impassioned request that the School District issue financial projections for fiscal year 2012. There had been anecdotal comments, principally by the superintendent, about the districts finances, suggesting that the coming year was likely to bring more budget cuts. I argued that the public has a right to know what the financial future looks like and that the best way to do that was for the district to issue financial projections. The superintendent nodded in agreement. After an extended discussion by committee members, district Chief Financial Officer Michael Kinneer began enumerating all of the reasons why he could not do financial projections. In frustration, I exclaimed that the School District is the only business in the world that could do not financial projections. That comment inflamed Mr. Kinneer, who proceeded to attack me personally. This was not the first time that Mr. Kinneer and I have had substantive differences regarding district finances, nor was this the first time that Mr. Kinneer has verbally insulted me at a meeting. Rather than sit there and be insulted, I attempted to leave the meeting. As I gathered my things, Mr. Kinneer continued his personal criticism. At that point, I lost my temper and leveled an obscene comment at Mr. Kinneer. I would like to apologize to my fellow committee members and to the citizens of Monroe County for my unacceptable behavior. While I was provoked, I should have retained my composure and kept my mouth shut. Lesson learned. The work of the Audit and Finance Committee in these financially difficult times is too important to be sidetracked by petty personal affronts. To the issue at hand, the committee voted to request financial projections from the district and I hope that the reluctant CFO complies. The public has a right to know. My belief has always been that the best citizenry is an educated and informed one. Larry Murray Big Pine KeyHow to grow conchI have a quick and cheap solution to one of the populations of selected key species listed as poor. This means lack of the species could harm ecosystem integrity or has reached the point where the prospect of a complete recovery appears unlikely. All the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary needs to do is take some of the money collected from sanctuary violations and go 50 miles over to our neighbors in the Bahamas. For as little as 25 cents apiece, we could buy conchs by the thousands. The good thing is you do not even need a live well; they will stay alive for along time out of the water in the shade. Toss them in selected seagrass beds and in a few years you will have a recovery that will make the Goliath grouper recovery look like childs play. John Georgiades Palmetto BayUpdate voting recordsCorporate people can spend unlimited money to influence voters. Only flesh and blood human people can vote. Use it or lose the future. Now is the time to be sure you are ready to vote. Is your government-issued picture ID (now required in Florida and many other states) up to date? Is the name spelled correctly? Is your address current? Do they both match your voter registration? If you do not have the required ID, find out how to get it. Plan to vote in person at the voting polls to be more sure that your vote will actually be counted. You dont need a job to vote, but if you need one you had better vote in the 2012 election. If you dont vote, then you allow others to make the decisions that will impact your future. E.T. Shafer IslamoradaListen to the expertsWhen I want to make the best possible decision about something important in my life, I check with an expert. If its medical, I see a doctor and act on his or her advice. If its legal, I consult a lawyer. I have used the services of real estate agents when I needed to buy or sell a house. The city of Marathon has applied to the state Department of Economy Opportunity for a $735,000 grant to install a zip line in Crane Point Hammock, which former Mayor Ginger Snead acknowledged as the Florida Keysonly wooded sanctuary complete with tropical hardwoods and trails; and butterfly, bird and fish habitats. Those of us who have attended meetings and have carefully followed the newspaper coverage have heard from lawyers about the fact that there wont be a significant impact to this rare habitat. Weve heard the same from business people. And from employees of the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. And weve heard from Crane Point staff and board members who admit there would be some impact but that everything possible would be done to minimize it. While these people are surely knowledgeable in their professions, they are not qualified to offer credible assurances that the zip line would not adversely affect the hammock. Why? Because they are not scientists. The people who do have that knowledge including avian specialists and archeologists have weighed in on the matter and their assessment is the opposite: The zip line would have a significant negative impact on Crane Point. Consider this comment from avian expert Dr. Kenneth Meyer. He wrote to the members of the City Council that the proposed zip-line structures, clearings and activity in and above the canopy would compromise the ecological integrity of one of the largest remaining stands of hardwood hammock by removing vegetation, eliminating opportunities for restoration of recovered areas, and disturbing wildlife. And that was just the beginning. His entire letter, and many other resources, such as an archeological survey of the site, can be found at www.keepcrane pointnatural.com The evaluation by experts should take precedence over the comments from those not qualified to make accurate assessments. Beverly Welber MarathonOn a grand scale, Italy displays courage as new government keeps out the entrenched politiciansItalys new prime minister formed a government this week with no politicians in any leadership post. Is there a lesson in that for our country as we watch Congress and the so-called Super Committee stumble yet again in charting a path back to economic health? Mario Monti, Italys broom sweeping the place clean, is an economist, former European commissioner and ex-university president. He formed Italys new government with business executives, bankers and diplomats excluding politicians from any of the countrys numerous political parties. There may be some important lessons here, especially as we watch Congress devolve into an uncivil debate club focused more on reelection chances than doing whats best for the country. Maybe its time to consider a more radical approach like Italy and simply keep the politicians out of it.Forget the Super Committee. Go back to the recommendations of the Simpson-Bowles Commission (the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform).Yes, former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson came from the world of politics, but Erskine Bowles (a former White House chief of staff under President Clinton) and other commission members were drawn from industry, labor and academia, along with still-serving House and Senate members. Turf wars between congressional Democrats and Republicans doomed implementation of the commissions recommendations. So the American people got more politics, more impasse. Close to home, voters in the Keys have shown theyre not afraid to bypass politicians and cast their lot with men and women who come from outside the closed circle of partisan politics. On the County Commission, Sylvia Murphys 2006 victory was clearly one that caught political powerbrokers by surprise. That was followed up two years later by the successful citizen-soldier campaigns of commissioners Heather Carruthers and Kim Wigington, who defeated long-time entrenched politicians. Neither had served in elected office before and both brought a fresh, down-to-earth perspective to governance that has been most refreshing.Two new members of the Monroe County School Board were first-time campaigners one a former high school principal, the other a business consultant who graduated from Key West schools neither a skilled politician.There are other examples of non-politicians winning elections here, including in Key West, Marathon, Layton and Islamorada.Its too early to know if Italys new government formed with business executives, bankers and diplomats will succeed. But the message Monti sent is pretty clear: The kind of house cleaning needed in these tough economic times requires public service as the first priority.Things get worse when left in the hands of career politicians, whose first concern seems to be winning the next election and staying in office, not doing whats best for the country. Queen conchs are beautiful creatures and their meat is tasty,but its illegal to harvest live queen conch from Florida waters. LETTERS TO THE EDITORBill would protect animalsRecently you wrote an editorial about pending Florida Senate Bill 818. Your interpretation of SB 818 is wrong and could hurt a perfectly good bill that would serve the interests of animals and animal shelters. In no way does this bill mandate the transfer of animals to nonprofit rescues or other shelters unless they want them. There are shelters all over the country that fail to work with rescue groups willing to take a great many of these animals, foster and care for them, train and socialize them if necessary, find them wonderful homes and ensure they are spayed and neutered. Its faster and easier to kill them; thats why they dont do it. As a result millions of healthy, adoptable animals are put to death needlessly. This bill would make it illegal for a shelter to put an animal to death when a rescue group wants to save it. No rescues are going to be forced to take animals for which they dont have room, time or funding. This would relieve the shelters of animals and allow them the time and resources to care for the ones they have and find homes for them. Jacqueline Kensler Ponte VedraThe Masons say thanksMarathon Masonic Lodge 323 would like to express our sincere gratitude to the residents of Marathon for supporting the lodge, the Elks Club for hosting our fundraising dinner, and sponsors Home Depot, Marathon Liquors and Deli, the Panda House restaurant and Papa Johns Pizza. These fundraisers help us keep important community programs going like the child ID program. Please support our sponsors and remember they all employ local residents. Darrel Walraven Marathon


Saturday,November 19,2011 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling office, AddressListedSoldlistedListing agentSelling agentBig Pine Key 1046 Big Pine Ave.$599,000$550,000894Exit Realty Florida Keys, Susan RichExit Realty Florida Keys, Susan Rich 29040 Cedar Dr.$349,000$300,000256Internet Realty of Fl. Keys, Jason CarmonaAmerican Caribbean R.E., Karen Cooper 826 Fern Ave.$425,000$405,000233Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Patti Nickless Internet Realty Fl. Keys, Gregory Maclaren LOT 9 Forrestal Ave.$96,500$90,0000Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Dave WileyFlorida Keys Realty, Inc., Dyne VaughnDuck Key 112 Indies Dr.$950,000$850,000393American Caribbean, Kristen BrennerAmerican Caribbean, Kristen BrennerKey Colony Bch 700 Ocean Dr.$245,000$210,000136Key Colony, William Gustafson, Kurt JosephExit Realty Florida Keys, Tobe CreedKey Largo 37 Mutiny Pl.$899,000$850,000832Marr Properties Inc., Joy MartinShoreline Properties, Natalia Boblitt 11 N. Blackwater Ln.$249,000$240,000300Century 21 Schwartz, Robert Valenzuela Marr Properties Inc., Mike Diaz 1318 Calder Rd.$795,000$700,000394Ocean Sotheby's Realty, Kim Bagnell ThalerAmerican Caribbean R.E., Joel Young 32 Blackwater Ln.$479,000$430,00086Realty World Freewheeler, Kimberly GrayOutside Of MLSKey West 3154 Northside Dr.$193,600$170,000226Prudential, Team Knight/GardnerPrudential, Martha Robinson 712 Eisenhower Dr.$2,100,000$1,200,000593Prudential Realty, Walter LeeSouthernmost Realty (KW), Donna Windle 1800 Atlantic Blvd.$304,760$305,50086Realty Executives Florida Keys, James SmithColdwell Banker, Victor Musmanno II 3930 Roosevelt Blvd.$177,900$171,00083Sellstate Island Properties, Melva WagnerRealty Executives, Karen Taporowski 311 William St.$1,340,000$1,200,00058Truman & Co. (KW), Lynn KaufeltCompass Realty (KW), Megan Behmke 52 Merganser Ln.$196,900$183,00049Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Rick LivelySellstate Island (KW), Agent unknown 329 Duval St.$6,500$390,0002Prudential, Team Knight/GardnerPrudential Realty, Team Knight/GardnerLittle Torch Key 27970 Lobstertail Tr.$173,000$170,000117Realty World Freewheeler, Claudette MellColdwell Banker Schmitt, Kathy Rose 27910 Lobstertail Tr.$165,000$155,000644Exit Realty Florida Keys Dorothy MaurielloInternet Realty Keys, Gregory MaclarenMarathon 219 Brian Rd.$399,000$358,500114Real Estate of Key West, Mike SullivanColdwell Banker Schmitt, agent unknown 710 92nd St.$265,000$265,000271Exit Realty Florida Keys, Tobe CreedShoreline Properties, Natalia Boblitt 1215 97th St.$130,000$130,000212S ellstate Island, Sanders, SanLorenzo, Wagner Exit Realty, Ben DanielsPlantation Key Sioux St.$79,900$65,00053Century 21 Schwartz, Loretta LawrenceRealty World Freewheeler, Kimberly GraySugarloaf Key 139 Shore Dr.$678,000$640,000274Action Keys Realty FL Keys, Cheryl MosesCentury 21 Schwartz, Dominic GuarinoSummerland Key 1141 Ocean Dr.$2,495,000$2,250,000396Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Fred MullinsColdwell Banker Schmitt, Fred MullinsUpper Matecumbe Key 20 Park Rd.$250,000$250,000252American Caribbean, Karan MoellerDefault Realty Services, Inc., Ana Zalesky MARKETPLACE Recent Real Estate SalesSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 81 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the pe riod for the period Nov. 6 Nov. 12, 2011. BusinessCitizens in more flux than everINSURANCE 219ABrian RoadMarathon 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Carmen & Fredy CarricaburuThe Team with Results(305) 289-0077www .HomesInTheKeys.com We JUST SOLD this half duplex on open water in desirable Sea-AirEstates!Call the Team with Results to get your property SOLD! (305) 289-0077 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Lea & Dave RueschThe Reliable Professionals(305) 393-1843Our listing on beautiful Duck Key JUSTSOLD! Are you looking to buy, sell or invest in the Florida Keys? Call us today at 305-393-1843 254 Seaview Drive Duck Key 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Lea & Dave RueschThe Reliable Professionals(305) 393-1843Our listing on beautiful Duck Key JUSTSOLD! Are you looking to buy, sell or invest in the Florida Keys? Call us today at 305-393-1843 Citizens Property Insurance Corp. is confronting a growing dilemma it has too many customers. Already the largest property windstorm carrier in Florida, the quasi-public agency finds itself caught between two hard places in Tallahassee. And depending on how the push-and-pull plays out in the Legislature, Keys property owners could find themselves paying a lot more for windstorm insurance if they can even get it down the road. Citizensboard of governors met in Orlando on Monday and decided to formally embrace a package of rule changes that would mean rate hikes of 20 percent a year and a possible cap on maximum coverage. Both steps could eventually reduce the number of policies in force, which is high on Gov. Rick Scotts agenda for reducing the states exposure in the event of a catastrophic hurricane. Hes even talked about moving Citizens from government to the private sector. But Scott and the Cabinet met Tuesday and heard a report from the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund, which reported a $3.2 billion shortfall in meeting the goal of a $17 billion backup fund for claims in the event of a hurricane. Jack Nicholson, director of the fund, said uncertainty in the global investment market makes it difficult for the state to sell bonds that would close the gap. The Catastrophe Fund would be tapped to pay off hurricane damage claims that overwhelm reserves held by Citizens Property Insurance and other carriers. Nicholson recommended the state continue to levy a 5 percent cash buildup provision until 2018. Were dealing with a house of cards based on the global market, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi warned at Tuesdays Cabinet meeting. Michael Peltier, covering that meeting for the News Service of Florida, reports that one offshoot of the CAT funds precarious status is to push more policyholders toward the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp., which now has nearly 1.5 million policies. That runs counter to the message the Citizens governing board heard on Monday and counter to the direction that Scott has been pushing the past year. This concept of wanting to sell [off] Citizens, I just dont get it, said Annalise Mannix, executive director of Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe. His idea of giving it back to the private insurance market those are the same people who didnt want it in the first place. She notes that as private, for-profit insurance companies pare back their policies in Florida, Citizens has found itself the insurer of last resort. And the load is getting bigger, not smaller, she said. Citizens is now getting upwards of 9,000 new customers per month, Mannix said. And these are not people living on the coast. These are people inland where insurance companies are just walking away from them. The debate about how big Citizens is now and how much that exposes taxpayers has been heating up this past year. Mannix said the mandate for Citizens is pretty clear: Citizens has been told it needs to depopulate; the more policies they have, the higher the risk. Now the question is how to ditch a bunch of policies. Sen. Alan Hays (RUmatilla) helped author an insurance bill package that failed to make it out of committee early this year. Included in his proposals, which the Citizens board embraced Monday, is a recommendation to ban commercial properties from Citizens windstorm coverage. That would reduce the number of policies pretty quickly, Mannix said, but it would have an adverse impact in areas like the Keys, where there is virtually no alternative windstorm insurer. Mannix said lawmakers looking at Citizensrisk projections should be challenging the risk models being used, noting that the Florida Commission on Hurricane Model Methodology has conceded current models are not accurate. She said the models assume greater damage from windstorm than flooding, which has not been the case in the Keys, where most of the damage from hurricanes comes from flooding. And flood insurance, she notes, is covered under a federal program that has no bearing on what Citizens faces in future claims. None of the models deal with this issue of wind vs. flood in a real way, Mannix said. Last year, Citizens filed a rate increase that would have triggered hikes of as much as 235 percent for commercial coverage, according to FIRMs website. Those rates are based on faulty assumptions about future losses, she said, adding the Legislatures primary duty this upcoming session should be fix the models; its not hard, although it will take two years.Governor wants downsizing even while it growsKeynoter Staff SCOTT BUSINESS BRIEFS Hospital adds two psychiatristsLower Keys Medical Center on Stock Island has added two psychiatrists to its staff. Guido Nodal was born in Cuba and came to Key West as a child in 1965 with his family. He grew up in central Texas. Nodal attended the University Central del Este in the Dominican Republic for pre-med and medical school and did his internship and residency in psychiatry at the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa. Hes been chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah. His main interests are mood disorders, anxiety disorders and geriatric issues. J. David Moore attended the University of Kentucky, graduating with a bachelors degree in psychology in 1989. He then attended the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and graduated in 1993 with his medical degree. He did his internship and residency at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. Moore specializes in adult psychopharmacology, especially as related to depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders. Both Nodal and Moore have their practices based in the Key West Professional Building at 1111 12th St. Call 296-6668. 219ABrian RoadMarathon 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Carmen & Fredy CarricaburuThe Team with Results(305) 289-0077www .HomesInTheKeys.com We JUST SOLD this half duplex on open water in desirable Sea-AirEstates!Call the Team with Results to get your property SOLD! (305) 289-0077


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MM 48.5 Overseas Outfitters, 1700 Overseas Hwy.,Marathon,305-289-1670 Bicycle Sales RentalsService Athletic Shoes SandalsSporting Goods Gift Certificates Available! Something for everyone on your list! MM 22.5 Bella Mia 22 Salon & Spa, 22668 Overseas Hwy.,Cudjoe Key,305-745-2874 HairNailsFacials Massages Permanent Makeup Jewelry Skin and Body Care Products.Gift Certificates Available! Wrap up all of your holiday shopping in the Keys, as listed here by Mile Marker Christopher D. Golden, D.M.D.Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,American Dental AssociationBig Pine Key, FL 305-872-4272 www.keysdentist.comDental problems?Gum Disease to Tooth DecayWe have Solutions $6.4 million sewerbond issue on the tableAfter spending years appealing a FEMArecovery demand for sewer repair funding, Key West city staff is preparing a $6.4 million revenue bond issue to repay the state grant. The dispute involves money used to repair damage to the municipal sewer system in parts of New Town following flooding that occurred during Hurricane Irene in October, 1999. The city applied for and received $6,268,629 from the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), which was channeled through the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Then, in 2003, FEMA conducted an audit of the loan conditions and the following year de-obligated the grant funds based on their opinion that the sewer system was already damaged prior to the hurricane, according to an executive summary prepared by city Utilities Manager Jay Gewin. They clearly initially thought we had provided them sufficient information, Gewin told the Keynoter, because they provided us with the money. We argued our point and they disagreed with us. Now the plan is to solicit bond investors to loan the total figure, so it can be repaid to the state. The bond would be repaid based on pledging future revenues derived from customers of the citys sewer utility. Gewin said staff is looking at different finance scenarios that consider repayment in 10-year, 15-year and 20-year increments. Well run our utility rate models for all three [financing scenarios] to see the impact on rates and fund balance reserves and make a decision from there. We did anticipate this day coming; it didnt sneak up on us. The total could be paid out of the sewer utilitys reserve fund, about $7 million, but Gewin said that could result in an impact on residents utility bills and on future plans for capital improvements. Mayor Craig Cates, the lone dissenting vote when the City Commission gave an initial OK to the bond structure on Tuesday, prefers taking the money from the reserve. Thats just my opinion and its a business decision, Cates said. I wanted to repay it out of our reserve fund and not borrow all the money and put off some of our capital improvements. Commissioners are scheduled to take a final vote on the item Dec. 6, although Commissioner Tony Yaniz, who will be absent from that meeting, has signaled that hell ask for a postponement. He posted Thursday on FaceBook: You know when you eat something bad...how you get that feeling like you need to throw it up because you cant digest it? Well, Ive got that feeling about the $6.4 million bond. City Manager Jim Scholl recommended approval of the bond measure: In order to provide rate stability, in order to preserve our capital plan, and in order to allow us to have the necessary reserves to respond to things we cant necessarily anticipate, the staffs recommendation is to go ahead and seek the bond revenue funds to support the payback.City faces cost to repay sewer grantBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comKEY WEST


Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,NOVEMBER 19,2011 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 8B Be a better boater In the boating-happy Florida Keys,nautical education never gets old. Story, 4B Help with the bird Technology now touches everything how about some apps to get you through Thanksgiving? Story, 3B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Durkins offense leads the DolphinsMarathon High Schools Riley Durkin scored eight goals over two games as the Dolphins earned a pair of soccer wins this week over Somerset Academy and Colonial Christian School. The junior forward scored both of Marathons goals in a 2-0 win Tuesday over Somerset, and netted six more in an 8-3 win Thursday over Colonial. Riley is finding space to move in the front and is finding the back of the net. He is having a great start to the season, coach Jim Murphy said. Durkin scored his first goal Tuesday in the first half on a counter attack breakaway. The second came in the second half off a cross by Kevin McKeon. Murphy said Ramarlo Robertson and Raymond Crespo played well Tuesday despite limited practice time. They both only made it to one practice due to football, but were able to come out and control the back of the field. Raymond played sweeper and had some key stops, and Ramarlo recorded his first shut out of the year in goal with 11 saves, Murphy said. The Dolphins scored three times in the first half Thursday, as Robertson had another shutout half in goal. He played forward in the second half and assisted on one of Durkins six goals. Marathon scored five more times in the second half, but surrendered threeSoccer squad off to strong 4-1 startMARATHON SOCCER Photo courtesy CINDY BULLMarathon junior Riley Durkin plays a ball during the Dolphins8-3 win over Colonial Christian Thursday.Durkin scored six goals in the game and has eight in three games this year.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSee Soccer,2B New season, new coach forLady ConchsForty-six years ago, Randy Fabal was a starting guard on the Key West High basketball team. Now, at age 62, hes the coach of his alma maters girls team, which opens the season against West Boca at 2 p.m. today at the Bobby Menendez Gym. Fabal, a math teacher, succeeds Pam Smith, who coached the team to a 9-9 record last season, including a 47-40 home loss to West Boca. Smith decided not to return after her first season with the Conchs. Because the school had few applicants for the job, Fabal volunteered and was named the coach in late September. Because of the timing, the Conchs have a schedule of only 10 games. Schedules [of other teams] were very full when I was hired, he said. Fabal, who has coached in middle-school leagues, will be assisted by Tez Waters, a basketball director with the Key West Police Athletic League. The Conchs will be led by senior Shaniya Watson, who scored 24 points in last seasons opener before sitting out the rest of the way because of grades. She was one of the top players in the county as a freshman and sophomore. Watson will be joined by a host of veterans, including senior forward Alexsa Rahming, a double-figures scorer, and junior point guard Mikayla Stansbury, who sparked the team at the end of last season. Also back are Shelisa Page, Tinesha Mitchell, Justine Arteaga, Aaliyah Lucky and Jamica Mack. We have good quickness, are tough on the boards and have several good shooters, said Fabal, who plans to run a motion offense and a 2-3 or 13-1 defense. Key West is in a new district (16-5A) with Coral Shores, Gulliver Prep and St. Brendan.Opening game is home today with West BocaKEY WEST BASKETBALLLady Canes dominate RaidersWith veteran firepower on the front end and three freshmen holding their own on defense, Coral Shores Highs Lady Hurricanes opened the soccer season with a solid 5-1 road win Thursday at Ransom Everglades. We pretty much dominated the game but there are still a lot of little things to work out, head coach Arthur Paterson assessed. The Canes launched the season in style with returning forward Iris Dunn scoring early on a through pass from fourthyear starter Jasmine Paterson. She ended with three goals, a good way to launch the national-team players senior campaign. She has committed to play for the University of Miami next season. Dunn added another goal with offensive support from Heather Doyle and Ellie Leopold. Offensively, we created a lot of opportunities but missed some easy ones, coach Paterson said. We didnt connect like I want us to, but those are going to come. Returning defensive starters Cami Lopez and Mallory Wiecjorek missed the opener with injuries, so freshmen reserves Cheyenne Minaldi and Noelle Perry moved up to join veteran defender Kelly Cassidy in the back. Pookie del Pino, another freshman, had already earned the start in goal. The young girls stepped up and played well, stronger than I expected, said the coach. Thats good news for the future. And well be even stronger when Cami and Mallory come back. The Canes, coming off a 17-6 season that ended in the regional playoff semifinals, expect to contend with longtime rival Gulliver Prep for the District 16-2Atitle, an eight-team circuit this winter. We played well right from the start against a good Ransom team thats always well-coached, Paterson said. But we do need to play better. Ransom isnt Gulliver. Results from the Lady CanesFriday home opener against St. Brendan were pending at press time. Ascheduled Nov. 23 match against state soccer powerhouse American Heritage has been canceled because of conflicts with Thursdays Thanksgiving holiday. Attempts are being made to reschedule the game.Solid start in the soccer season openerCORAL SHORES SOCCER By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com By BERT BUDDENew Key West girls basketball coach Randy Fabal discusses shooting form with players Shaniya Watson (left) and Mecca Hurst during a practice Wednesday.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorLady Dolphins roll against SomersetTaylor Konrath and Savannah Rodamer each netted two goals Tuesday to help the Marathon High School girls soccer team to an easy win over Somerset Academy, 8-1. Rodamer assisted on Konraths first goal with a crossing ball across the middle and the Dolphins took a 1-0 lead in the fourth minute. Just minutes later, Katie Landry sent a through ball to Rodamer, who beat the Somerset goalie one on one to make it 2-0. In the 10th minute, Konrath crossed a ball to Brandi Spalten as she made a run toward the goal. Spalten scored to make it 3-0. The Dolphins put the game out of reach by the 15th minute, as Konrath took a ball wide down the left side and scored on an angled left-footed shot to make it 4-0. Around that time, I had nine players on the bench and they all went in, coach Lynn Landry said. Somerset scored in the 35th minute to make it 4-1 at the half. Landry played his starters to begin the second half. We wanted to work on passing the ball around and developing an attack with multiple passes. We really got a lot of good work that way, he said. Senior Marina Kay Wiatt scored her first goal of the season to make it 6-1. Landry said she scored on a free kick from about 20 yards out, bending the ball from right to left to beat the keeper. Wiatt assisted Sydney Konrath on the Dolphins seventh goal and Jackie Clairmont scored the final goal to make it 8-1. Marathon (3-2) is scheduled to host Archimedean Academy on Monday at 6 p.m. at the high school.They get early lead and widen scoring gapMARATHON SOCCERBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com


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District rivals Westwood Christian School and Archimedean Academy forfeited scheduled Friday and Monday matches, moving the Dolphins to 4-1 this season. The team isnt scheduled to play until a Nov. 29 visit to Palmer Trinity School at 4 p.m.Off until Nov. 29From Soccer,1BLady Canes open basketball todayCoral Shores High Schools girls basketball team opens the regular season today, hosting Palmer Trinity for the 1 p.m. tipoff. The Lady Hurricanes, coached by Patrick Meyers, squeeze in another game before Thanksgiving, hosting LaSalle at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The Hurricane boys basketball team, now headed by coach Jay Sanderson with assistant coaches Ryan Smith and Bruce Teachey, travels to Westwood Christian for its regular-season opener on Monday. The Cane hoopsters split two games in a preseason boys tournament at Palmer Trinity this week. Coral Shores plays its first home boys basketball game at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 29 against Princeton Christian. In other Upper Keys prep sports in this holiday week:Coral Shoresboys soccer team hosts Ransom Everglades at 5 p.m. Monday at George M. Barley Jr. Stadium. The Cane kickers beat Florida Christian on Monday to carry a 1-1 record into Fridays game against St. Brendan (results pending at press time). Island Christian Schools Eagles head into the boys basketball season with a Monday opener at Barrington Academy in Florida City. The varsity club coached by Bruce Gendron makes its Islamorada debut with a 6 p.m. Dec. 2 game against Calusa Prep. Island Christians Middle School basketball team plays Key Largo School at 4 p.m. Nov. 29 in the ICS Family Life Center.The soccer Lady Eagles of Island Christian travel to rival Princeton Christian for a 4 p.m. Monday game, then take the home field for a 4 p.m. Tuesday game against Archimedean.The boys team opens Tuesday with LaSalleUPPER KEYS SPORTSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comTourney celebrates Flaglers railroadAweekend of fun is planned for anglers during the Pigeon Key Flagler Centennial Fishing Tournament, set for Nov. 25 and 26 in waters surrounding the Seven Mile Bridge in the Middle Keys. The tournament is one of several events surrounding the upcoming 100th anniversary of the completion of the Key West Extension of Henry Flaglers Florida East Coast Railway, being celebrated throughout the Keys now through Jan. 22, 2012. In the early 1900s fiveacre Pigeon Key served as a base camp for workers during construction of the original Seven Mile Bridge. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pigeon Key houses a museum chronicling the construction of the Key West Extension. Many of the original railroad buildings from 1909 still stand. The tournament targets snapper, grouper, mackerel, cobia and amberjack species. Fishing days are Nov. 25 from noon to 4 p.m. and Nov. 26 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Daily weigh-ins are to be held at the Pigeon Key dock. Apost-tournament party with food, drinks and more fun is planned for 6 p.m. Nov. 26 at Castaway Restaurant, 1406 Oceanview Ave. off U.S. 1 at mile marker 47.5. Cash prizes include awards for firstthrough third-place finishers of $2,500, $1,500 and $1,000, respectively. Other prizes include charterboat trips and overnight stays at the Pigeon Key guesthouse. If they choose, anglers can donate their fresh daily catch to a local organization such as a shelter or nonprofit group. Tournament organizers and volunteers can help make recommendations and facilitate the donation. Admission fee to Pigeon Key is waived during the days of the fishing tournament, though a $5 to $10 per person donation to the Pigeon Key Foundation is suggested. The tournament entry fee is $160 per angler, and a minimum of two anglers per boat is required. For an entry form, go to www.pigeonkey.net .Events based at Pigeon Key next weekendMARATHON FISHINGGoleman upends Lady DolphinsThe Marathon High School girls basketball team continued looking for success Thursday but didnt find it against Class-6A Barbara Goleman High School, losing to the mainland squad 57-47. The Dolphins played well offensively, but struggled at times with a transition defense that led to several Goleman breakaways. Weve got a different mix of girls, but well get it figured out. We scored 47 points, so we proved we can get the ball in the hoop, coach Leslie Lindsey said of the 0-3 start to the season. Eighth-grader Amanda Davis led the Dolphins with 12 points, including the teams only three-pointer in the third quarter. Junior Jessica Forest had eight points, Brianna Williams seven, Taja Hidalgo and Gardine Raymond six, and Cassidy Van Voorst and Johnisha Qualls four. We just need to keep working toward our goal. Were improving, but offensively we need to find a niche, Lindsey said. The Dolphins trailed 3115 at the half, but outscored Goleman 11-6 in the third quarter to cut the lead to 3726. But Goleman made a 70 run to open the fourth quarter and take a 44-26 lead. Davisthree-pointer, a lay-up by Forest and another Davis jumper brought the Dolphins within 11 at 4433, but Goleman held the Dolphins off for the win. The Dolphins are scheduled to host the district rival Warriors of Westminster Christian School Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.Team looking for first win with WarriorsMARATHON BASKETBALL By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comKeynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYMarathon High School junior Cassidy Van Voorst fights off defenders during the Dolphins57-47 loss to Class-6A Barbara Goleman High School Thursday.Conchs already eye state titlesSix talented seniors, including state semifinalist Max Llama, will lead the Key West High wrestling team into the new season. The Conchs, who practice daily on a sweat-andbleach-infused mat in a room that was once an autobody shop, will wrestle at the Key West Duals at 10 a.m. Dec. 3. That will be the only home meet of the season. Llama, at 140 pounds, had hoped to become Key Wests second state champion last winter (Ralph Major won in 2008), but lost in the semifinals. He finished third at the Lakeland meet and finished the season with a 47-5 record. Max should be a state champ this year, said coach Chaz Jimenez. Llama will have to come back from a shoulder injury he suffered at a post-season meet in April in Indiana. He had surgery in July and was cleared to practice last week. Because the weight classes have changed for this season, Llama will compete at either 145 or 152 pounds, as will Andre Guieb, a state qualifier last season. Andre has the ability to be a state champ, Jimenez said. Senior St. Pierre Anilus, who was a medalist at last seasons state meet, finishing sixth at 171 pounds, will now wrestle at 182. I fully expect him to wrestle for a state title, Jimenez said. He has beaten everyone in the state who is back this year, so I think his biggest opponent will be himself. Glenn Evans, who was eliminated in the first round of the state meet as a 120pounder, will compete in the 132 class. His technique has gotten a lot better and hes stepped up as a leader, Jimenez said. No one has trained harder than 170-pound Haralds Krumholcs, who was a star for the Key West Police Athletic League club and, according to Jimenez, gives St. Pierre everything he can handle in practice. The roster also includes Angelo Guieb (106 pounds), D.J. Laguna (120), Uri Diaz (160) and Jerry Regis (220). Newcomers include Angel Gonzalez, whos competing with Andrew Calderwood for the 138pound spot. Gonzalez is a transfer from New Mexico, where he was a state qualifier. Two other transfers with promising futures are Cody Pullen, from Alabama, and Jay Feathers, from Oklahoma.Lima to lead the mat teamKEY WEST WRESTLING By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorSailfish tourney nears half-century markThe 48th annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament, one of the oldest tournaments in the Keys, is set for Dec. 1 to 4. The Islamorada Sailfish Tournament is the first leg of the triple-crown Florida Keys Gold Cup Sailfish Championship series that includes the Cheeca Lodge Presidential Sailfish Tournament, set for Jan. 20 to 22, and the Islamorada Fishing Club Sailfish Tournament, Jan. 25 and 26. Islamorada Sailfish Tournament rules place a strong emphasis on conservation and sportsmanship, and it is the only event in the series to offer a junior division for anglers age 16 and younger. The all-release boat event opens with pre-registration at 5 p.m. 1 in the main dining room at the Whale Harbor Inn, mile marker 83.5 oceanside in Islamorada. Akickoff banquet featuring an all-youcan-eat seafood buffet with stone crabs follows, as does a rules meeting. Fishing is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 2 and 3, and from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 4. Astandings party with cocktails and free hors doeuvres is set for 6 p.m. Dec. 3 at Wahoos Bar and Grill at Whale Harbor. An awards banquet is scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Braza Lena Brazilian Steakhouse, with the awards presentation and raffle drawing at 8 p.m. For entry fees and more information, go to www.islamoradasail fishtournament.com call 852-2102 or send an e-mail to ditournaments@aol.com.Its first leg of the Gold CupISLAMORADA FISHINGGurgiolo Classic returns in DecemberAweekend of sailfishing honors one of the Florida Keyslate great captains at Islamoradas Don Gurgiolo Sailfish Classic, set for Dec. 9 to 11. Gurgiolo, one of the pioneers of contemporary offshore light tackle and live ballyhoo fishing techniques, fished for 50 years while operating the Gonfishin charter boats. The wellliked skipper retired in 1995 and died in 1999, but his legacy continues. The 12th annual event, part of the Redbone at Large tournament series, kicks off with registration at 6 p.m. Dec. 9 at the Post Card Inn Resort & Marina at Holiday Isle, the newly re-named and recently renovated Holiday Isle, mile marker 84 oceanside. Cocktails and hors doeuvres follow, with a rules meeting at 7:30 p.m. Fishing on Dec. 10 is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., followed by a 5-7 p.m. standings party at Wahoos Bar and Grill at the Whale Harbor Marina, mile marker 83.5 oceanside. Fishing resumes at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 11 and runs until 3:30 p.m. Dinner and awards are scheduled from 6:30 to 10 p.m. in the Horizon Room at the Post Card Inn. Boat teams compete for the most release points in the all-release tournament. Firstthrough third-place awards, as well as highpoint angler awards, are to be given. Tournament entry fee is $525 for the first angler aboard a vessel and $475 for each additional angler on that vessel, up to four per boat. For specifics, send an e-mail to fishnbully@msn. com or call 240-9337.Tournament honors late fishing giantISLAMORADA FISHING


Saturday,November 19,2011 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com KEY LARGO Ocean Reef ChapelOcean Reef Drive 367-2049 Church of Christ MM 100.7 451-1194 Key Largo Baptist MM 106 451-1642 St Justin Martyr MM 105.5 451-1316 Church of the Nazarene MM 100 451-1142 Lighthouse on the Rock MM 99.3 451-6212 First Baptist Church MM 99 451-2265 Seventh Day Adventist MM 98.5 852-0899 TAVERNIER Coral Isles ChurchDr. Bonnie Frost, Pastor Contemporary worship and Childrens Church School Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Call for our schedule of activities and programs. MM 90 852-5813Burton Memorial United Methodist MM 93 852-2581Keys Jewish Community Center MM 93 852-5235 Church of God MM 90.5 852-5996 Immanual Lutheran Sunday Service 10 amMM 90.2 ocean side Tavernier 305-852-8711 www.KeysLutheran.orgSan Pedro Catholic ChurchRev. John Peloso Sunday 9 am & 11 am, Saturday Vigil 5 pm, Mon., Thur. & Friday 8:30 am, Tues. Communion Service 8:30 am MM 89.5 305-852-5372Spirit and Truth Ministries MM 89.5 852-7975 ISLAMORADA First Baptist Church MM 81.2 664-4910 United Methodist MM 81 664-3661St. James the Fisherman Episcopal ChurchHoly Eucharist Sunday 8 & 10 am, Tues. 10 am & Wed. 6 pm www.stjamesthefisherman.orgMM 87.5 Bayside Islamorada 305-852-8468 LAYTON Community Baptist Layton Dr. 664-2430 MARATHON First Baptist 62nd St. 743-5134 Community Methodist MM 48 743-5107 St Columba Episcopal 52nd St. 743-6412 San Pablo Catholic 122nd St. 289-0636 New Life MM 49 743-7165 Calvary Baptist 76th St. 743-6838New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist 42nd St. 743-3300Jehovahs Witnesses Kingdom Hall 98th St. 743-3679 Seventh-Day Adventist Loggerhead Ln. 743-4796 Church of Christ 26th St. 743-5397 Martin Luther Chapel 122nd St. Gulf 289-0700 The Salvation Army 2805 O/S Hwy. 743-9410 BIG PINE KEY St. Peter Catholic MM 30 872-2537St. Francis In the Keys Episcopal Key Deer Blvd. 872-2547Lord of the Seas Lutheran Key Deer Blvd. 872-3612 First Baptist Key Deer Blvd. 872-2542 United Methodist Key Deer Blvd. 872-2470Vineyard Christian Fellowship County Rd. 872-3404St. Andrews Orthodox Mission Key Deer Blvd. 872-1453Jehovahs Witness Kingdom Hall MM 28 872-7000 SUGARLOAF KEY Sugarloaf Baptist Crane Blvd. 745-2661 Calvary Chapel 17175 O/S Hwy. 240-9673 BIG COPPITT KEY First Baptist Church Ave F 294-4118Keys Chapel Orthodox Presbyterian Coppitt Rd. 294-8256 STOCK ISLANDKey West Baptist Temple 2nd Ave. 294-3411 Covenant WordMacDonald Ave. 292-1119 KEY WEST Church of Christ Von Phister St. 296-3331 Church of God White St. 296-8844Cornish Memorial AME Zion Whitehead St. 294-2350 Fifth St Baptist 5th St. 294-2255 Glad Tidings United St. 296-5773 Grace Lutheran Flagler St. 296-5161 United Methodist Eaton St. 296-2392Metropolitan Community Petronia St. 294-8912Peace Covenant Presbyterian Flagler Ave. 294-1223Southernmost Prayer and Faith Fleming St. 292-6416 Unity of the Keys Virginia St. 296-5888St. James First Missionary Baptist Olivia St. 296-5593St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Windsor Ln. 294-1018 Christian Science Elizabeth St. 296-8215Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Northside Dr. 294-9400 St Pauls Episcopal Duval St. 296-5142 Trinity Presbyterian Simonton St. 296-3318Impact Community Seventh-Day Adventist Fifth St. 393-9554 Unitarian Universalist Georgia St. 296-4369 BNai Zion United St. 294-3437 Chabad Jewish Center Trinity Dr. 295-0013 Salvation Army Flagler Rd. 294-5611 Seventh-Day Adventist Thomas St. 522-3693 Get Fit Family Boot Camp Southard St. 294-4351 Houses of Worship Kirk of the KeysOverseas Highway at 89th Street Marathon, FL MM 51.5Staffed Childrens Sunday School & NurserySunday Services 9 a.m. Contemporary 11 a.m. Traditionalwww.kirkofthekeys.com Marathon Church Of God800 74th Street,OceanSunday Worship & Children's Church 10:45AM Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PMWednesday Night Bible Study 6:30PMA Pentecostal Ministry with a Prophetic Voice" For God so loved the world..." and so do we! To place an expanded paid listing, call the Classifieds department at (305) 743-5551. Meeting Notice Monroe County Land AuthorityThe Monroe County Land Authority Advisory Committee will meet in the Monroe Regional Service Center located at 2796 Overseas Highway, Suite 104, Marathon, Florida onNovember 28, 2011 beginning at 9:00 AM. The agenda is availableonline at www.monroecounty-fl.gov or by contacting the Land Authority office at 295-5180.ADAASSISTANCE If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to participate in these proceedings, please contact the County Administrators Office, by phoning (305) 292-4441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m., no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1.Published Keynoter 11/19/11 LivingThanksgiving? Theres an app for thatPlanning and cooking Thanksgiving dinner is about as easy as juggling chainsaws. From setting a menu to managing multiple dishes at once, even the seasoned poultry preparer can become overwhelmed. Luckily, mobile applications can help make Nov. 24 a little less stressful and a little tastier whether youre hooked on Apple devices or stuck on your BlackBerry. Here are a few to consider.Paprika managerPrice: $4.99. Compatibility: iPhone/iPod Touch, iPad. Ideal for: The culinary organizer. There are countless recipe apps, but chances are none of them can outdo that well-worn box of handwritten note cards you inherited from your grandmother. The Paprika recipe manager allows you to store your culinary traditions digitally while easily discovering new ideas. Using the app to browse more than 150 sites from Food Network to Epicurious, you can download recipes straight to your device. Meal planning and grocery lists also take some of the stress out of getting organized.Key ringPrice: Free. Compatibility: iPhone/iPod Touch, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows. Ideal for: The card-carrying shopper. Before you can cook, you must shop. Lighten your load by dumping the stack of plastic loyalty cards that fatten your wallet and weigh down your purse. You can keep the savings with Key Ring, which can scan and store your information from more than 700 loyalty programs. When you want to redeem your deals in the store, just select the retailer and scan your barcode, all without fumbling for your keys. You can even join some programs without the paperwork.Dinner coachPrice: Free. Compatibility: iPhone/iPod Touch, iPad. Ideal for: The traditionalist. If you find Thanksgiving complicated enough without having to cull through hundreds of recipes to find the right instructions for an adequately cooked turkey, you might want to give Chow Thanksgiving Dinner Coach a try. With just nine preloaded holiday staples like pumpkin pie and cranberry sauce, it trades flair for simplicity with an easy-to-follow timeline thats all about getting a meal in front of your guests without burning the bird.OpenTablePrice: Free. Compatibility: iPhone/iPod Touch, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows. Ideal for: The disasterprone. OK. Lets say (hypothetically, of course) you did burn the bird. Dont panic. With OpenTable, you can pull up available reservations at more than 20,000 restaurants even at the last minute. Browse menus and price points to find the right conciliatory cuisine for your guests and reserve your table right from the app. You can even invite friends and family to join you via e-mail. Theyll think you planned it all along. Just leave out the part about the kitchen fire.Black FridayPrice: Free. Compatibility: iPhone/iPod Touch, iPad, Android. Ideal for: The dedicated opportunist. Nothing is quite so effective at working out that post-Thanksgiving aggression than battling for good deals on the busiest shopping day of the year. Get the intel you need including sales that are both confirmed and rumored directly from this app from dealnews.com You can sort by store to map out your plan of attack or find items on your holiday wish list by category or search.Theyre designed to make holiday less stressfulMcClatchy-TribuneTECHNOLOGY TOAST THE NEW OFFICERSThe Key West Toastmasters have installed new officers for 2011-12.They are (from left) Monika Wojtas,treasurer; Keith Lapp,vice president,public relations;Teresa Aguiar, secretary;Phyllis May,president;Kayla Tollen,vice president,membership;Judy Hadley,immediate past president;Ila Sutton,vice president,education;and Marianne Magner,sergeant at arms.The club teaches confidence through public speaking.For more information,call 295-7501. Bike run helps collect kids toysThe southernmost chapter of ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education) holds its annual holiday toy run for Keys kids on Nov. 27. From the Lower Keys, the ride lines up at 10 a.m. at the Kmart on North Roosevelt Boulevard in Key West, then leaves at 10:30 and heads to US1 Radio on Big Pine Key and Kmart in Marathon, then ends at the Safari Lounge/Caloosa Cove Resort at mile marker 73, where theres a party from 1 to 4 p.m. From the Upper Keys, line up at the Caribbean Club in Key Largo at 11:15 a.m., then head south to the Ocean View Inn & Pub in Islamorada before ending up at the Safari/Caloosa Cove. Those collecting new, unwrapped toys should keep in mind theyre for kids from infant to age 17, and all go to Monroe County children through Wesley House Family Services, the Florida Keys Childrens Shelter, the Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter, the Sheriffs Offices Toyz for Keyz Kidz program, and Just 4 Kids. Toys can be dropped off no later than Nov. 25 at all First State Bank locations; US1 Radio; the Caribbean Club; the Ocean View; the Layton firehouse; and in Marathon, the American Legion, J.J.s Dog House, Keys Cycle, Tildens Dive Center, the Disabled American Veterans lodge and the Brass Monkey. To find out more, call Ray at 872-0082.Several sites are designated drop-off pointsMONROE COUNTY


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Call 305-896-1070 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 D for as low as $49.28 Call Laura at 743-5551 Deadline: Wednesday 3 pm for Saturdays edition. Crossword solutionSolution to the November 16 puzzle. 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In Marathon, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 13-2 is offering the boating skills and seamanship program starting Nov. 29. It runs six sessions, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Marathon Senior Center on 33rd Street bayside. Topics will include equipment for your boat, nautical highway signs, boat handling, charting, radio procedures and more. Cost is $55 and includes a textbook and state certification card upon completion; a second family member sharing materials can pay $25. On Big Pine Key, Auxiliary Flotilla 13-03 is offering the same course beginning Nov. 28. Its also a three-week program, primarily scheduled Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Habitat for Humanity building, mile marker 30.3 oceanside. Cost is the same as for the Marathon course. For the Marathon course, call Dottie Mattern at 7317148. For the one on Big Pine, contact Jan Kittsmiller at 744-0043, 393-5303 or jankittsmiller@gmail.com; or Bob Eichholtz at 872-7505 or auxbob@bellsouth.net.Theyre planned for Big Pine and MarathonLIVING BRIEFSSalvation Army needs ringersThe Salvation Army in Marathon is seeking bellringers for its upcoming redkettle season. You know the red kettles theyre outside various stores, awaiting donations to help the Salvation Army provide its services. Ringing begins on Nov. 25 and ends Christmas Eve. To get involved, call Melissa at 731-3113.Red Cross benefits from tree fundraiserKeys artists, businesses and individuals are invited to decorate holiday trees and wreaths as part of a contest and fundraiser for the American Red Cross. Spearheading the effort are artists from Gallery 84 in Islamorada, where the evergreens will be displayed and then sold at a celebration with food, music and beverages. Through Dec. 9, participants can decorate their own trees or wreaths to win prizes. Plan to deliver them to Gallery 84 on Dec. 3. They will be on display between Dec. 4 and 10 at the gallery, where the exhibit and sale will be conducted from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 10. Proceeds benefit Keys programs of American Red Cross, which include such things as disaster response and CPR training For more information, visit www.florida keysredcross.org .Book club talks Woman at LightThe Marathon Library Book Discussion Group meets on Dec. 2 at the Marathon library at 10 a.m. to discuss Woman at the Light by Key West author Joanna Schmida. Its a fictional account of a woman whose husband disappeared mysteriously, leaving her to tend the lighthouse off Key West in 1838. She gets help from a runaway slave, Andrew, who washes up on shore. They are separated when a hurricane hits. Call Fran Spinelli at 7436538 for more information.Flea market set for Town SquareWhats called the Sea Market Flea Market is planned for Dec. 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Town Square Mall, 11400 Overseas Highway in Marathon. The beneficiary is Keys Area Interdenominational Resources. Anyone who has items to sell can get a vendor space 10 feet by 10 feet for a $30 tax-deductible contribution to KAIR. To reserve a space, contact Collectors Corner at 743-4456 or Charlotte Quinn 743-6447.Church seeking cantata singersThe Big Pine United Methodist Church is seeking both musicians and singers to perform in its annual Christmas cantata in December. Practices are Sundays at 5 p.m. at the Big Pine United Methodist Church, 250 Key Deer Blvd., Big Pine Key. For information, call 872-2470 or Bill Bessell at 305-745-1915.ON THE WATER


Saturday,November 19,2011 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com ATTENTIONISLAMORADARESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES OWNERSVeolia is making recycling easier! Introducing the NewLightWeight RecyclingWheeled Cart, for your convenience! DONTBE MISINFORMED! CALL BRUCE O: 305-853-3433 | C: 305-797-1333 Pirates in Paradise invasion beginsThe 12th annual Pirates in Paradise Festival, which kicks off Friday, Nov. 25, begins 10 days of literary and literal pirate mania in old Key West. Tall ships will set sail for mock battles, a British admiralty court will stage the trial of famous female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read, and a pirate village will take shape at the Truman Waterfront. Bands, pirate re-enactors, a kids pirate costume contest and more gets under way at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 24. From 2-5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, scurvy lads and lasses and kids too can partake of an unconventional pirate day of thanks, with a holiday party catered by Faustos at the Truman Waterfront. The KeyRazy Band will perform and be on the lookout for the Pirates in Paradise crew. Tickets cost $35 for adults; $20 for kids 12 and under. That includes access to the pirate village, carnival ride, a bandana and some pirate booty. Reservations are required. E-mail Reservations@PiratesIn Paradise.com. On Saturday, Nov. 26, the pirate village at Truman Waterfront adds a craft beer tastings event from noon to 5 p.m. Tasting cards cost $20. Asail on the tall ship Wolf costs $50 for adults; $25 for kids under 12. Reservations required. E-mailSailAway@Schooner WOLF.com or call 296-9694. The Truman Waterfront pirate village can be accessed beyond the end of Southard Street past Thomas Street in Old Town Key West. For those who relish history, Key West Literature and the Sea Retreat, Robert N. Macomber offers a Drinking Story, 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, at Top of the Crowne Plaza La Concha, 430 Duval St. Email Reservations@ PiratesInParadise.com. Macomber also leads a walking tour of historic Old Town Key West. The tour departs at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, from the Crowne Plaza La Concha. Pirate parades, kidspirate games and vendors selling period arts and crafts, leather & lace, pirate booty, wooden swords and fine crafted handmade wares will all be available at the Truman Waterfront. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Astaged historic re-creation of the trial of notorious female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec 2-3 at 11 a.m. On Friday, Dec. 2, the pirate village at Truman Waterfront will usher in the big band swing and salsa party, which is a tribute to Norma Miller, dubbed the Queen of Swing. Mike Emersons Southernmost Brass Swing Band and Reuben Morgans Lounge Lizards will lead the festivities, which celebrate Millers birthday she turns 92. The annual Walk the Plank championships will be held at noon Saturday, Dec. 3, aboard the schooner Wolf which will be docked at the Truman Waterfront. To register, call 296-9694. Competitors are judged on their costumed attire, overall style, pleas for mercy and splash. Key West Childrens Chorus of Unity of the Florida Keys performs at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. This is at the pirate village admission fees apply. For more information and a complete schedule, visit PiratesInParadise.com or call 296-9694.Re-enactments, thieves market, mock battlesLAttitudes StaffKEY WEST Contributed photosPirate costumes are found in abundant profusion during the Pirates in Paradise Festival,which runs Nov.24-Dec.4.Kids can compete for prizes at the Pirate Costume Contest being held Thanksgiving Day at Truman Waterfront. The annual Walk The Plank championships will be held at noon Saturday,Dec.3. BayJama III comes to Founders Nov. 26Reggae and rhythm. If you know the beat, you appreciate the musical style that got its start in Jamaica and is now played worldwide. On Saturday, Nov. 26, music fans will get a chance to experience the real thing when BayJama III returns to the Capital Bank Amphitheater in Islamoradas Founders Park. Reggae recording artist Kevens makes his third appearance, along with six other bands and solo artists. And this years seasonopening concert will be free, according to organizers from Islamorada Community Entertainment (ICE). Instead of an admission charge, ICE is asking concertgoers to bring a non-perishable donation for the Florida Keys food banks. The free admission is our way of thanking the community for supporting art, music and dance scholarships for local students, Dave Feder, ICE president, said. The lineup for the Nov. 26 concert includes Kevens, known for his lush drum-nbass sound; Jahfe, a Miami band with front woman Esther Fortune; Bushwood, a reggae/rock band from Fort Lauderdale and Mamadee, a reggae artist born in East Germany. Now living in Cologne, Mamadees first release, Color Law, came in 2000. Shes also performed with Gentlemen & The Far East Band with Sisters Keepers. Weve got crowd favorites playing again this year and everyone will be impressed with our new rising stars, particularly Mamadee she may just blow us away, Feder said. Also scheduled to perform: 20Wt (originally from the Keys), Fourth Dimension (dubbed as South Florida Reggae leg-Free concert showcases Reggae bandsISLAMORADA Kevens,a crowd favorite the past two years,returns again for BayJama III. See BayJama,6B Highly respected in German music circles,Mamadee brings her unique sound to Reggae at BayJama III.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,November 19,2011 Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. Happy Feet Two (PG):1:05,4:05,7:40 and 10:10 p.m. The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn Part 1 (PG-13): 1:20,4:10,7:00 and 9:50 p.m. Immortals (R):1:15,4:15,7:15 and 10:05 p.m. Jack and Jill (PG):1:25,4:25,7:20 and 9:50 p.m. J.Edgar (R):1:00,4:00,7:05 and 10:00 p.m. Puss in Boots (PG):7:10 and 9:45 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 Mozart's Sister (NR):2:00,4:30,6:45 and 9:00 p.m. Anonymous (PG-13):1:45 and 6:30 p.m. Toast (NR):2:15,4:30,6:45 and 8:45 p.m. The Ides of March (R):1:30 and 6:15 p.m. Margin Call (R):4:15 and 9:00 p.m. The Rum Diary (R):3:45 and 8:30 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn Part 1 (PG-13): Weekdays:7:00 and 9:30 p.m.;Saturday and Sunday:2:00, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 Happy Feet Two (PG):1:50,4:10,6:50 and 9:15 p.m. The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn Part 1 (PG-13): 1:40,4:15,7:15 and 9:25 p.m. Jack & Jill (PG):1:50,4:15,7:15 and 9:25 p.m. Immortals (R):2:00,4:30,7:00 and 9:35 p.m. Puss in Boots (PG):1:45,4:10,6:55 and 9:10 p.m. Keys Movie Times Marathon Community Cinema C o m i n g g D e c e m b e r r 2 2 H a p p y y F e e t t T W O PGShowtimes: Fri Thurs 7:00 & 9:30 Sat & Sun 2:00, 7:00 & 9:30 Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley GreenePhone: 743-0288 Hearing Assistance Now Available R a t e d : : P G 1 3 thetwilightsagabreaking dawnpart 1 305-743-09945101 Overseas Hwy MarathonMM 49.5 TryourNEWULTIMATE Angus PhillyMM 101.3 Key Largo www.KeyLargoArbys.com MEET THE AUTHOR & BOOK SIGNING J a m e s W H a l l MM 81.9 OS Islamorada 305-517-2602 TUESDAY, Nov. 29th, 1:00pmApril Moss writes obituaries for the Miami Herald. Her son, Sawyer, has been scripting a TV series called "Miami Ops" using his mother's work as an element of the show's storyline a serial killer is using obituaries published in the local paper for selecting his next victims. This story pits Thorn against a killer-or killers-whose motives are as elusive as their identities. The complete Florida Keys news and information source.ends by the Miami Herald ), and Kanye and the Fish Sticks. Surprise special guests are also going to make an appearance, Feder said, including Keys legend Felix the Catt. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets, but coolers or glass containers are not allowed inside the park. Food, beverages, including beer and wine, and an array of vendors are available during the daylong event. For more information, visit: www.keysice.com ICE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing quality entertainment and cultural events to Upper Keys residents and visitors and provides art, music, and dance scholarships to local students. Over the last 17 years, weve awarded nearly $200,000 to high school students and programs that further their artistic aspirations, Feder said. Adonation box will be set up at the event so that attendees can contribute to the scholarship fund.Food, music, surprise guests on tapFrom BayJama,5B Reggae first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s.Its a music style that built on the development of ska and rocksteady. According to Wikipedia,reggae is based on a rhythmic style characterized by accents on the off-beat,known as the skank.Reggae is normally slower than both ska and rocksteady. Reggae usually accents the second and fourth beat in each bar,with the rhythm guitar also either emphasizing the third beat or holding the chord on the second beat until the fourth is played. It is mainly this third beat ,its speed and the use of complex bass lines that differentiated reggae from rocksteady,although later styles incorporated these innovations separately. Wikipedia Jahfe,a rising star among Reggae bands,is one of the featured performers at the Reggae Fest.Cellist Zuill Bailey scheduled Dec. 1Try, try, try again. For those who love the symphony, cellist Zuill Bailey is scheduled to perform Thursday, Dec. 1, at the Tennessee Williams Theatre. Bailey, who has played with symphony orchestras in Israel, San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto among others, will play Mendelssohn, Haydn and Ralph Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. Tickets range in price from $25 to $75, depending on location, and can be purchased online at www.keystix.com The cellists appearance in Key West is being sponsored by the South Florida Symphony, conducted by Sebrina Maria Alfonso, who helped found the Key West Symphony. That program terminated under a cloud with claims by musicians of not being paid and the resignation of the symphonys governing board. Alfonso, who has since moved to the mainland, said the South Florida Symphony plans a 2011-12 season with concerts in January and in March. The Jan. 25 concert, titled Fire and Ice, will feature violinist Chee-Yun. Masters of Their Universe, set for March 8, will feature pianist Jeffrey Chappell. Bailey, who studied at the Peabody Conservatory and the Juilliard School, made his debut performing the U.S. premiere of Miklos TheodorakisRhapsody for Cello and Orchestra. In addition, he made his New York recital debut in a sold out performance of the complete Beethoven Cello Sonatas at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Tennessee Williams Theatre is on the campus of Florida Keys Community College, 5901 College Road, Stock Island.Carnegie artist to play Tennessee Williams TheatreMUSIC 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbthe a tres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! Happy Feet 2 3D (PG) 1:50;9:15 Happy Feet 2 (PG) 4:10;6:50 Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1 (PG13) 1:40;4:15;7:15;9:25 Jack &Jill (PG) 1:50;4:15;7:15;9:25Immortals 3D (R) 2:00;4:30;7:00;9:35Puss in Boots 3D (PG) 1:45;4:10;6:55;9:10 Sorry,no passes. BaileyConcert Band opens season Nov. 26The Keys Community Concert Band opens its 2011-12 season Saturday, Nov. 26, with a free concert in the park. Only this time, it wont be at Founders Park in Islamorada. Instead, the Upper Keys band will perform in the park outside the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center, mile marker 102, Key Largo. The program kicks off at 4 p.m. Organizers suggest fans bring a blanket or lawn chair for the bayside concert. As an added treat, Capital Bank is sponsoring free ice cream for concertgoers at this opening program. Susan Bazin will conduct a program with patriotic selections and some pieces performed just by young band members. Also, cast members from the Key Players will perform several selections from their upcoming theatrical production A Taffeta Christmas, which features music from the 1950s. Pops in the Park is funded, in part, by a grant from the Monroe County Tourist Development Council, administered by the Florida Keys Council of the Arts. The Hurlburt Family Foundation and other local organizations provide additional funding. For more information, call 853-7294.Pops in the Park launches in Key LargoMUSIC Contributed photoBand members rehearse on Mondays at Key Largo School.


Saturday,November 19,2011 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com 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 Treasure Village hosting second annual TrotTreasure Village Montessori will host its second annual 5K Twilight Turkey Trot, 5-7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 23, at Islamoradas Founders Park. Students, faculty and parents will participate in the races, which are a fund-raiser for Burton Memorial Food Pantry, MARC House and Treasure Village Montessori. Runners have been practicing in the weeks leading up to Wednesdays race, including some time spent with the Coral Shores High School track team and impromptu runs on the Old Highway in the early morning hours before school. Prizes will be awarded in six running categories for adults, ages 20 to 70-plus. In addition, Montessori athletes will compete in the 12-and-under category and 13-19 age group. Music, photos with Santa and an awards ceremony are planned as part of the festivities. And school staff will be wearing costumes, including Treasure Village Principal Kelly Astin dressed to the nines in a turkey trot outfit. Entry fees are $30 in advance and $35 on race day. The portion of the proceeds that benefits Treasure Village Montessori and will be used to support field trips for grades four to eight, according to Astin. This is a great cause, and it might get you out of preThanksgiving stuffing-making duty, said Kelly Mangel, assistant principal. If thats not enough, let me just say, you havent really lived in Islamorada until youve seen our Principal Kelly Astin in a turkey costume. For more information, visit: http://treasurevillage montessori.com/5K race slated Nov.23 at FoundersISLAMORADA Montessori students compete in last years Turkey Trot,scheduled Nov.23 this year at Founders Park (above).Treasure Village Montessori staff don costumes at last years Turkey Trot (left). Restoration Foundation looking for homes to tourThose who appreciate Key Wests historic homes and those who like to see what can be done to restore these architectural beauties have a common cause. The Old Island Restoration Foundation is reaching out to expand the collection on tour during the upcoming winter season. For more than 50 years, the foundation has helped raise funds to maintain the Oldest House Museum and help fund restoration grants as well as scholarships for Key West High seniors. The foundation is looking to sponsor four home and garden tours this year. If you have a restoration story and home to share, Brenda Donnelly would like to hear from you. Call her at 304-1116.Program raises funds for grants, scholarshipsKEY WEST This Key West classic at 322 Elizabeth St. dates from the 1890s.The home was on the Old Island Restoration Foundation tour in February this year.Note the Gothic carpentry details saved on this Key West revival.Photo by PAT DAVANZA CUMMINGSCook-Off winners take home numerous prizesThe Key Largo Chamber of Commerces 30th annual Cook-Off finished with best of show winners: Buzzards Roost, scallopwrapped bacon appetizer, chefs Bert and Juan; Sandy Poslay, barbecue beans sides and salads; Buzzards Roost, mango salmon entree; Key Conch House, pumpkin cheesecake, chef Laura Dreaver. Altogether, Key Largo Conch House won four awards. In addition to dessert Best of Show, the restaurant got first-place wins in Haute Cuisine for pumpkin soup, conch salad and lionfish with avocado salsa. Anita Garmon, from Coconuts, took first plce in the professional, Just Good Cookincategory for her spicy tuna cake appetizer and her strawberry spinach salad. Garmon also won first place runner-up awards for her lobster marsala and Key lime fudge. Junior winners this year included Caroline Rosenbalm for her sweet potato souffl and Hanna Boehm, first place, for her Lobster Future dish. Paige Prouty won first place in the amateur category for her seafood bisque. Top winners won trophies, plaques and cash prizes. Best of Show winners also received embroidered chefs aprons, created by Cook-Off sponsor Community Bank. Anumber of private chefs entered, including Jim Drake from Coral Springs, who took first runner-up in the Professional, Just Good Cookincategory for his cerviche appetizer.Mango salmon, conch salad dishes winKEY LARGO The only thing we overlook is the ocean.4:30 pm to 10:00 pmOpen 7 Days At Beautiful Rainbow Bend ResortMile Marker 58, Grassy Key Reservations Call 289-1554 Credit Cards Accepted per couple(Call for Reservations)Casual Gourmet Oceanfront Dining Thanksgiving Dinner for TwoStarting 12:00 noon The Whole TurkeyComplete Dinner for 2$58.0010-12 lb. Turkey with Breads, Caesar Salad, Trimmings, Holiday Pie Photo by DAVID KAYBest of Show winners in the Key Largo Cook Off:Carlos Perez,Community Bank; chamber President Jackie Harder;Ryan Gilford,Buzzards Roost;Laura Dreaver,Key Largo Conch House;Becca Hill;Sandy Poslay;chamber Chairman-elect Dawn DeBrule;and Cook-Off Chairman Jim Boilini.LATTITUDES BRIEFSArt in Park program Saturday,Nov.19The Marathon Parks and Recreation Department will have a Thanksgiving Art in the Park program 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. 19. Suitable for elementaryage children, the program offers Thanksgiving arts and crafts projects. Cost is $5 per child and no pre-registration required. Gather at the park pavilion. For more information, call 743-6598.Art Guild Nov.25-27The Florida Keys Art Guild holds its holiday festival Nov. 25-27 at Marathon Gulfside Village, Marathon. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is free. For more information, call 305-897-9098.Holiday Lights at park Nov.27The Marathon Parks and Recreation Department hosts the Lighting of the Holiday Lights at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. Festivities at the Community Park begin with hot chocolate, cookies to decorate and visit from Santa. Light displays will have their official holiday launch and Linda Byars will provide holiday music. The event is free. For more information, call 7436598. ART FESTIVAL10am to 5pmFriday, Saturday and SundayNovember 25, 26 and 27Gulfside VillageMarathon, FLMM 50 Florida Keys Art Guild SPONSORED BY:


KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,November 19,2011 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A d / 4840700 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONORECOUNTY, FLORIDA CASENO.2009-CA-108-M THEBANKOFNEWYORK MELLONFKATHEBANKOF NEWYORK,ASTRUSTEE FORTHE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS CWALT,INC.ALTERNATIVE LOANTRUST2006-OA6 MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES2006-OA6, Plaintiff, vs. VICTORHARRIS;MICHELLE HARRISA/K/AMICHELLEL. HARRIS,ETAL., Defendants RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentof ForeclosuedatedSeptember 24,2010,andenteredinCase No.2009-CA-108-M,ofthe CircuitCourtoftheSixteenth JudicialCircuitinandfor MONROECounty,Florida. THEBANKOFNEWYORK MELLONFKATHEBANKOF NEWYORK,ASTRUSTEE FORTHE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS CWALT,INC.ALTERNATIVE LOANTRUST2006-OA6 MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES2006-OA6(hereafter Plaintiff),isPlaintiffand VICTORHARRIS;MICHELLE HARRISA/K/AMICHELLEL. HARRIS,aredefendants.Iwill selltothehighestandbest bidderforcashattheFRONT DOORoftheMonroeCounty Courthouse;500Whitehead Street,KeyWest,Florida,at 11:00a.m.,onthe1stdayof December,2011,thefollowing describedpropertyassetforth insaidFinalJudgment,towit: LOT30OFKEYCOLONY SUBDIVISIONNO.2, ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOFASRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK3,ATPAGE152, OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OFMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. 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DANNYL.KOLHAGE CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT BYTammyL.Marciel A sDeputyClerk VanNessLawFirm,P.A. 1239E.NewportCenterDrive Suite / 110 DeerfieldBeach,Florida33442 Phone(954)571-2031 Fax(954)571-2033 PublishNovember12,19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 5027700 Abandonedvesselsforsale: 28Shannonsailboat,HIN / NHNSBC470982,owner MatthewGriswoldand30 Huntersailboat,HIN / HUN50603M77B30,owner BlindPassMarinaEnterprises LLC.Vesselscurrentlylocated atMarathonBoatYard,2059 OverseasHighway,Marathon, FL,33050.Offeredforsaleby MarathonBoatYardasof 8:00AMNovember26,2011. 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A lexsAutoWrecking&Parts reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. 19UUA76508A036479 2008ACURA 3C8FY58B22T280501 2002CHRYSLER 3TMKU72N07M011232 2007TOYOTA 1N6SD11S8MC369063 1991NISSAN 1NXBR32E03Z044873 2003TOYOTA 4G1JF32TXVB108544 1997CHEVROLET 1FAFP45X52F151439 2002FORD 1N4AB41D8SC715705 1995NISSAN PublishNovember19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 5072400 NOTICEOF REQUESTFORPROPOSALS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS thaton January 4,2012at3:00P.M. the MonroeCountyPurchasing Officewillreceivesealed proposalsforthefollowing: ADACOMPLIANCE SEGMENT / 1FOR FACILITIESLOCATED BETWEENMILEMARKER 112-MILEMARKER47 MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA RFP-ENG-4-362-2012PUR/CV ScopeofWork Theworkconsistsofnumerous A A andvariedconstruction projectscreatedtoupdate certainCountyfacilitiesandto bringthelistedfacilitiesinto compliancewiththeAmericans withDisabilitiesActof1990 (ADA)andADAAmendments A ctof2008.Thefacilitiesare locatedinMonroeCounty,FL., betweenMM112-MM47. TheContractorsworkwill include,butisnotlimitedto,the itemsdelineatedinSection 01760oftheProposal documents.ThisSection describesinsomedetailthe26 Facilities,wheretheworkwill berequired.TheSection providespreliminarydrawings andphotosofanticipated projects,forillustration purposesonly,which Proposersmayusein preparationoftheirProposals. Countydoesnotguaranteethe accuracyofthedesignsand Contractorswillberequiredto provide engineered/architectural drawingsandtechnical specificationswhere necessarytoinsure compliancewithADA requirementsandtoobtain requiredpermits.IftheADA requirementsdifferbetween StateandFederal requirements,themore stringentrequirementshallbe usedinconstruction. Requirementsforsubmission andtheselectioncriteriamay berequestedfrom DemandStarbyOnviaat www.demandstar.comOR www.monroecountybids.com orcalltoll-freeat 1-800-711-1712.ThePublic Recordisavailableatthe MonroeCountyPurchasing OfficelocatedatTheGato Building,1100Simonton Street,Room1-213,KeyWest, Florida.Technicalquestions shouldbedirected, inwriting, toDirectorofMonroeCounty ProjectManagement Department.,TheGato Building,1100Simonton Street,Room2-216,KeyWest, Florida33040orbyfacsimileto (305)295-4321.Allanswers willbebyAddenda. Apre-proposalconference willbeheldonDecember12, 2011at10:00a.m.inthe LobbyoftheMurrayE. NelsonGovernmentCenter locatedat102050Overseas Highway,MileMarker102, KeyLargo,FL.General Contractorsareencouraged tobepresent. Proposersmustsubmit two(2) signedoriginalsandone(1) completecopyofeach Proposal(totalequalsthree) inasealedenvelopemarked ontheoutside, Sealed ProposalforADA Compliance,Segment / 1, FacilitiesLocatedBetween MM112-MM47,Monroe County,FL addressedand delivered,eitherbypersonor bymail,preferablybyspecial delivery,registeredmailto: MonroeCounty PurchasingOffice 1100SimontonStreet, Room1-213 KeyWest,FL33040 Phone:(305)292-4466 Fax:(305)292-4465 A llproposalsmustbereceived bytheCountyPurchasing Officebefore3:00P.M.on January4,2012.Any proposalsreceivedafterthis dateandtimewillbe automaticallyrejected.Faxed oremailedproposalswillalso beautomaticallyrejected. Materialsmaybedeliveredby CertifiedMail,ReturnReceipt Requested,hand-deliveredor couriered.Faxedore-mailed proposalswillbeautomatically rejected.Handdelivered proposalsmayrequesta receipt.Ifsentbymailorby courier,theabove-mentioned envelopeshallbeenclosedin anotherenvelopeaddressedto theentityandaddressstated above.Proposersshouldbe awarethatcertainexpress mailserviceswillnot guaranteespecifictime deliverytoKeyWest,Florida.It isthesoleresponsibilityofeach Proposertoensuretheir proposalisreceivedinatimely fashion. MonroeCountysperformance andobligationtopayunderthis contractiscontingentuponan annualappropriationbythe BoardofCounty Commissioners. A llproposalsmustremainvalid foraperiodofninety(90)days. TheBoardwillautomatically rejecttheproposalofany personoraffiliatewhoappears ontheconvictedvendorlist preparedbytheDepartmentof ManagementServices,Stateof Florida,underSec. 287.133(3)(d),Florida Statutes.MonroeCounty declaresthatallorportionsof thedocumentsandwork papersandotherformsof deliverablespursuanttothis requestshallbesubjectto reusebytheCounty. BidSecurityfortheproposal, payabletoMonroeCounty BoardofCounty Commissionersintheamount offivepercent(5%)ofthe Proposal,mustaccompany eachProposalinaccordance withtheInstructionsto A A Proposers. A llproposals,includingthe recommendationoftheCounty A dministratorandthe requestingDepartmentHead, willbepresentedtotheBoard ofCountyCommissionersof MonroeCounty,Florida,for finalawardingorotherwise. TheBoardreservestherightto rejectanyandallproposals,to waiveinformalitiesinanyorall proposals,tore-advertisefor proposals;andtoseparately acceptorrejectanyitemor itemsoftheproposalandto awardand/ornegotiatea contractinthebestinterestof theCounty. DatedatKeyWest,Florida,this 10thdayofNovember,2011. MonroeCounty PurchasingDepartment PublishNovember19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 5184100 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE PARADISETOWING,INC. givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicleson 12/7/2011,8:30am at 20220THST.LOT / 25, MARATHON,FL33050, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. PARADISETOWING,INC reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. VIN / 1B7HF13Z7XJ533520 1999DODGE VIN / 1B7HL26X655140023 1995DODGE VIN / 1FDGS24H0LHB77797 1990FORD VIN / 2FMZA50695BA31478 2005FORD VIN / QKSCC033J191 2006KS&D PublishNovember19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 5134300 NOTICEOF CALLINGFORBIDS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVEBIDDERS thaton DECEMBER20,2011 at 3:00P.M. theMonroe CountyPurchasingOfficewill opensealedbidsforthe following: FOODSERVICESANDMEAL CATERINGFORMONROE COUNTYNUTRITION PROGRAMANDBAYSHORE MANOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA BID-SSD-354-11-2011PUR/CV Requirementsforsubmission andtheselectioncriteriamay berequestedfrom DemandStarbyOnviaat www.demandstar.comOR www.monroecountybids.com orcalltoll-freeat 1-800-711-1712.ThePublic Recordisavailableatthe PurchasingOfficelocatedat theGatoBuilding,1100 SimontonStreet,KeyWest,FL 33040.Technicalquestions shouldbedirected, inwriting, toSherylL.Graham,MA, CWDP,SocialServices Director,1100Simonton Street,Suite2-257,KeyWest, Florida33040orbyfacsimileto (305)295-4359.Allanswers willbebyAddenda. Biddersmustsubmitatotal ofseven(7),two(2)signed originalsandfive(5) completecopies, ofeachbid inasealedenvelopeclearly markedontheoutsidewiththe Biddersnameand Sealed BidforFoodServicesand MealCateringforMonroe CountyNutritionProgram andBayshoreManor addressedanddeliveredto: MonroeCounty PurchasingOffice 1100SimontonStreet, Room1-213 KeyWest,FL33040 Phone:(305)292-4466 Fax:(305)292-4465 Allbidsmustbereceivedby theCountyPurchasing Officebefore3:00P.M.on December20,2011. Anybids receivedafterthisdateand timewillbeautomatically rejected.Materialsmaybe deliveredbyCertifiedMail, ReturnReceiptRequested, hand-deliveredorcouriered. Faxedore-mailedbidswillbe automaticallyrejected.Hand deliveredBidsmayrequesta receipt.Ifsentbymailorby courier,theabove-mentioned envelopeshallbeenclosedin anotherenvelopeaddressedto theentityandaddressstated above.Biddersshouldbe awarethatcertainexpress mailserviceswillnot guaranteespecifictime deliverytoKeyWest,Florida.It isthesoleresponsibilityofeach Biddertoensuretheirproposal isreceivedinatimelyfashion. MonroeCountysperformance andobligationtopayunderthis contractiscontingentuponan annualappropriationbythe A A BoardofCounty Commissioners. A llbidsmustremainvalidfora periodofninety(90)daysfrom thedateofthedeadlineforbid statedabove.TheBoardwill automaticallyrejectthe responseofanypersonor affiliatewhoappearsonthe convictedvendorlistprepared bytheDepartmentof ManagementServices,Stateof Florida,underSec. 287.133(3)(d),FloridaStatute (1997).MonroeCounty declaresthatallorportionsof thedocumentsandwork papersandotherformsof deliverablespursuanttothis requestshallbesubjectto reusebytheCounty. A llbids,includingthe recommendationoftheCounty A dministratorandthe requestingDepartmentHead, willbepresentedtotheBoard ofCountyCommissionersof MonroeCounty,Florida,for finalawardingorotherwise. TheBoardreservestherightto rejectanyandallbids,towaive informalitiesinanyorallbids,to re-advertiseforbids,andto separatelyacceptorrejectany itemoritemsandtoaward and/ornegotiateacontractin thebestinterestoftheCounty. DatedatKeyWest,Florida,this 14thdayofNovember,2011. MonroeCounty PurchasingDepartment PublishNovember19,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter No.5072500 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16THJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION CASENO. 44-2011-CA-000026K FINANCIALFREEDOM A CQUISITIONLLC Plaintiff, vs. CHRISTINAMARIBONA; UNKNOWNSPOUSEOF CHRISTINAMARIBONA; UNKNOWNHEIRS, BENEFICIARIES,DEVISEES, A SSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEES A NDALLOTHERSWHOMAY CLAIMANINTERESTINTHE ESTATEOFODESB. MCKILLIP-DECEASED; CHRISTINAMARIBONAAS PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVEOFTHE ESTATEOFODESB. MCKILLIP,DECEASED; UNKNOWNPERSON(S)IN POSSESSIONOFTHE SUBJECTPROPERTY; Defendant(s) AMENDEDNOTICE OFACTION TothefollowingDefendant(s): UNKNOWNHEIRS, BENEFICIARIES,DEVISEES, A SSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEES A NDALLOTHERSWHOMAY CLAIMANINTERESTINTHE ESTATEOFODESB. MCKILLIP-DECEASED (RESIDENCEUNKNOWN) YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionforForeclosureof Mortgageonthefollowing describedproperty: LOTS1AND2BLOCK1OF KEYHAVEN-TENTH ADDITIONASUBDIVISION OFPARTOFRACCOONKEY ANDADJACENTAND SUBMERGEDLANDSIN SECTION23AND26TWP67 S.,RANGE25E.,AS RECORDEDINPLATBOOK 5PAGE114OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFMONROE COUNTYFLORIDALESS ANDEXCEPTTHAT PORTIONOFLOT1BLOCK1 DESCRIBEDINOFFICIAL RECORDSBOOK1444PAGE 1972ANDALSOLESSTHAT PORTIONOFLOT1 DESCRIBEDINTHEMULTI PROPERTYBOUNDARY AGREEMENTRECORDEDIN OFFICIALRECORDSBOOK 1629PAGE1125TOGETHER WITHTHATPORTIONOF LOT3BLOCK1DESCRIBED INTHEMULTIPROPERTY BOUNDARYAGREEMENT RECORDEDINOFFICIAL RECORDSBOOK1629PAGE 1125. a/k/a153KEYHAVENROAD, KEYWEST,FLORIDA33040hasbeenfiledagainstyouand A A youarerequiredtoservea copyofyourwrittendefenses,if any,toit,onKahane& A ssociates,P.A.,Attorneyfor Plaintiff,whoseaddressis 8201PetersRoad,Ste.3000, Plantation,FLORIDA33324on orbefore12-20-11,adate whichiswithinthirty(30)days afterthefirstpublicationofthis NoticeintheFLORIDAKEYS KEYNOTERandfilethe originalwiththeClerkofthis Courteitherbeforeserviceon Plaintiffsattorneyor immediatelythereafter; otherwiseadefaultwillbe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe complaint. Ifyouareapersonwith disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinacourt proceedingorevent,youare entitled,atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertainassistance. PleasecontactCherylAlfonso, 302FlemingStreet,KeyWest, FL33040,(305)292-3423,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceiving thisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduled appearanceislessthan7days; ifyouarehearingforvoice impairedcall711. WITNESSmyhandandthe sealofthisCourtthis7dayof November,2011. DANNYL.KOLHAGE A sClerkoftheCourt ByRiellaLynnSims A sDeputyClerk Submittedby: Kahane&Associates,P.A. 8201PetersRoad Ste.3000 Plantation,FL33324 Telephone:(954)382-3486 Telefacsimile:(954)382-5380 PublishNovember19,26,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A LOSTDOG,LOSTNOV11, from107thSt.,Gulf,Marathon. Terriermix,tan&beige,fury, med.size,bigbrowneyes. 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A A MM84.7PATIOSALE Newwholesalepriced j ewelry,fishingrods/tackle, elect.compass,newBose soundsystem,3-2-1.Misc. items.84731OldHwy,Windy CoveCondos.Sat.11/19,9-2 A A A ABlackLacquerking6pc Bdrmset. $285. Solidwood pinedressers,mirrorand mediastand $165. 410-703-0964.MM104 AABlackLacquerking6pc Bdrmset. $285. Solidwood pinedressers,mirrorand mediastand $165. 410-703-0964.MM104 ClosingLawOfficeMM91.6 ForSale:FileCabinets,Desks, Chairs,Tables&Supplies Wed11/23 Fri11/25& Sat11/2610amtil2pm 171HoodAve305-852-4213 NEWANDUSEDBOOK SALE ,ISLANDCHRISTIAN SCHOOLSAT.,NOV.19AT 8AMBAYSIDEMM83.4Call 664-4933,formoreinfo. PrivateCollectorWants RolexDivewatchesandPilot Watches.OldmodelMilitary clocks&watches. Call305-743-4578 SIXCHROMEBARSTOOLS ExcellentCond.Naugahyde, Greenbacksw/tanseats. $60each.Boughtfor$150ea. Call305-852-9392 USEDAPPLIANCES& FURNITURE Webuy&sell. 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