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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 04-04-2012
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 31, no. 45 (Dec. 23, 1984).
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .6B Living . . . . . . .4B Business . . . . . .7A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .5BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,APRIL 4,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.27 25 CENTS Something fishy A Hialeah couple faces numerous counts of illegally taking fish from near the Channel 2 Bridge.Story, 6A Defeat avenged The Lady Conchs of Key West High get revenge against the Dolphins for an earlyseason loss.Story, 1B Photo by KAREN McKEONThousands of people turned out to the Marathon Community Park Friday night and Saturday morning for the Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society.The final total of how much was raised through the Relay and associated fundraisers the past several months isn't yet known,but last year,the event and fundraisers netted $124,000.Here,luminarias honor both those who've died from cancer and those who've survived it.RELAY TAKES OVER THE COMMUNITY PARK$6.3M in schools cuts proposedMonroe County School District officials, faced with a $7 million budget shortfall, on Monday unveiled an austerity plan designed to reduce $6,266,192 in expenditures for the fiscal year starting July 1. Superintendent Jesus Jara and Chief Financial Officer Michael Kinneer presented a list of potential cuts to members of the advisory Audit and Finance Committee, meeting at Marathon High School. The proposal comes in tandem with a series of town-hall meetings hosted by Jara and meant to explain the impending reductions to the community and gather input on other ways to save money not already contemplated by district staff. Jara projects $78 million in revenue for fiscal year 2012-13 compared to $83 million in estimated expenses. That $5 million shortfall could reach more than $7 million, Jara said, factoring in budget variables like charter-school enrollment and the percentage of reserves desired by the School Board. In the current budget year, burdened with similar challenges, the district cut more than $9 million, resulting in seven unpaid employee furlough days, outsourcing of maintenance and lawn care, the delay of a planned teacher raise and a host of other items. The new round of proposed cuts: $2.8 million by cutting 40 teaching positions, mostly from the three Keys public high schools. $1,671,192 by curtailing health benefits to retired employees when they reach age 65. $1.2 million by continuing the mandatory furloughs for all staff. $600,000 by outsourcing the Transportation Department. $400,000 by eliminating some pay supplements that go to teachers who pull double duty as coaches or activity sponsors. $300,000 through reorganization of the central office. $200,000 by combining the all-female Keys Center Academy with the mostly male Academic Connections for Excellence alternative school. $200,000 by going from a seven-period to a six-period school day. $50,000 by reducing legal services. $45,000 by shifting the salary of the United Teachers of Monroe president from the district to the union. With the implementation this semester of a scoring schedule on the state-mandated Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, Jara has predicted more students will fail the test, requiring them to retake core classes like reading, math or science. The effect of that is fewer students will have time to take electives, meaning there won't be a need for some of the teachers that teach electives, figuring into40 teacher positions gone, benefits to retirees would end at age 65SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSBan on selling charterboat fish arrives Florida Keys charterfishing crews take a hit in the wallet April 16 when it becomes illegal to sell dolphin caught on recreational for-hire trips. "This is not good at all," said Alex Adler, captain of the charterboat Kalex at Bud n' Mary's Marina in Islamorada. "It's going to be detrimental to a great many people and businesses." The federal South Atlantic Fishery Management Council passed the no-sale rule for dolphin and wahoo from professional charter trips last year as part of the agency's Comprehensive Annual Catch Limit Amendment. Given final approval by the National Marine Fisheries Service in January, the rule becomes effective April 16 for all Atlantic Ocean waters from Key West through NorthSome say it'll cause much financial harmRECREATIONAL FISHINGDOT: More info on pump stationsIt appears a state Department of Transportation decision on the legality of 29 above-ground sewer pump stations on Grassy Key will take longer than expected. On Feb. 14, Weiler Engineering Corp., the city's sewer construction partner, filed a second request with DOTfor an exception to use DOT's right of way for the stations, installed as part of Marathon's sewer system. The first request was denied on Sept. 13. "I was informed by the state office that they have put in a request to [Weiler] for more information and the state will have 90 days to respond with an acceptance or denial. The 90 days will expire May 15," Jordan Salinger, a permits coordinator with DOTsubcontractor Transfield Services, said in an e-mail. It's unclear what would happen if the request is denied, but all 29 might have to be removed and installed further away from U.S. 1 possibly on private property. City Manager Roger Hernstadt has said any changes will be Weiler's to deal with. Salinger has said that according to DOTguidelines, the pump stations are illegal. The pump stations are all well above ground and covered over with cement and manhole lids. There are power poles behind each one and four bright yellow posts protecting each one's perimeter. Salinger said none of those design elements were in the original approved plans. In addition, the stations are well within DOT"clear zones" that are based on the "design speed" for certain stretches of road. U.S. 1 on Grassy Key is rated at 60 mph and requires a clear zone of 36 feet measured from the outside white line of the lane. Many of the pump stations are in front of driveways leading to homes or businesses. RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHONCity goes retro with old street namesNot many Marathon residents could tell you if they live on Tipton Lane, Vaca Road, Pearce Street or any number of other thoroughfares throughout the city. Those and many other Middle Keys road names were changed many years ago in favor of a numbered system Tipton is now 46th Street, Vaca Road is 50th Street and Pearce Street is 50th Court. But the city of Marathon is embracing its history as it replaces out-of-date signs throughout the city. At the bottom of each sign, in small lettering, is the official name of each road as long-time residents might remember it. One of those residents, Mike Puto, remembers that time well. He said putting the original street names on each sign is a nice touch. "My hat's off to whoever came through with it. It's kind of neat to have that; it brings in the history of the area," he said. Puto said he remembers when streets all over the city then in unincorporated Monroe County were named after founding families. That includes the Putos, Sadowskis and Schmitts. Sylvia Avenue, named after Puto's mother, still exists off 107th Street. "You gotta love it," he said. "That's how the townIt pays homage to its past with historical labelsRYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYThe city switched to a numbered street system along U.S.1 years ago,but each new sign,when applicable, includes the original road name.Poinciana Avenue is 51st Street today. See Schools,2ASee Fish sales,2ABy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comESPN's eyes on the KeysCoral Shores lacrosse player Julia Lozano gets national attention from ESPN for her 11-goal performance.Story, 1BTwin-bill victoryMarathon's baseball Dolphins move to 14-8 after sweeping a doubleheader from Immokalee. Story, 1BSee Signs,2A


KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,April 4,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.8477 THURS.8275 FRI.8477 SAT.8273 Forecast: Cloudy with a 20% chance of rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.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 BRIEFSSeminar addresses economy,healthJoblessness, homelessness, hunger, poor health and other problems brought on by the poor economy will be discussed during the next Community Health Ministries' Talking Points discussion at Mariners Hospital in Tavernier. "Healthy Living on a Shoestring" will be held April 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the main conference room at Mariners, mile marker 91.5. -The seminar is free but reservations are required. To reserve a space, call 852-1612. WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 SPIKESJamesWilliamSpikes born 12/21/1938,passedaway 03/26/2012atNorthShore HospitalinMiamiFL.Heis survivedbyhiswifeShirley MarieSpikes:SonJames Spikes(Cassandra)of MarathonFL:DaughterJennie SpikesofKinston,NC: DaughterEvelynGaston (Raymond)ofKinston,NC; DaughterAngelaHowardof MarathonFL.Also13 grandchildren;Antoine,James Jr.,Jayla,Jayden,Christopher, A ndre,Sergio,Markus, Branden,RayJr., Donald(CassandraG.), Johnathanand1Great granddaughterShealyn Gaston. Hewaspreceededindeath byhisparentsDrewandJaime Spikesandyoungestson DonaldAshleySpikes.Hewill betrulymissedbyhisfamily andfriends.Thefamilywould liketothankVistaHospiceof Miamiforthecareoftheirloved oneinhisfinaldays. HOB rebuild way behind scheduleAcknowledging that construction of a new Horace O'Bryant Middle School is about two months behind schedule, Monroe County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara said the delay would not affect a pending deal to transfer Glynn Archer Elementary School to the city of Key West for use as a new city hall. Abig part of the transfer that's on the table is that the city would have access to Glynn Archer in June 2013 to begin extensive remodeling that would make the building suitable for offices. The 300 students at Glynn Archer are moving to a new elementary wing at the HOB campus, which is supposed to be completed by June 2013. "Right now," Jara said, "we don't have a firm [completion] date on it." He said the delay is two-fold: Extra time was needed to redesign the roof pitches on some buildings in order to more closely adhere to the city's height limit, which was violated when the original 60-foot walls went up; and another delay when contractors discovered the footprint of the elementary comprises unsuitable soils and muck that would not support a foundation. Following a Thursday community meeting beginning at 6 p.m. in the HOB gymnasium, teams from Coastal Construction will begin working extended hours to remediate the fill situation. Jara said he hopes that with the March addition of contracted construction manager Bill Sprague to the project, the twomonth delay could be made up. "That's one of the many reasons we've hired him as a project manager," Jara said of Sprague, who's being paid $20,000 for the six-month job. Sprague is the principal of B.W. Sprague Inc. in Key West. "We've lost some time but we can make it up," School Board Chairman john Dick said. "Now somebody is watching out for us. Maybe we can get something moving."Jara said even if the new elementary at HOB isn't done in June 2013, the kids will already be out of Glynn Archer for the summer and the new school will be ready by the time classes start in August 2013.The HOB rebuild is slated to cost $38.6 million, which is being funded through a low-interest federal stimulus loan. In exchange for Glynn Archer, city officials are giving the district access to city-owned property adjacent to Gerald Adams Elementary on Stock Island to use for parking buses.Superintendent: No effect on Archer transferSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSClerk's race getting crowdedWith the addition last week of Key West resident Stuart Kessler, there are now four Republicans vying to take over for retiring Monroe County Clerk of the Court Danny Kolhage, a Democrat, in this year's election. That means if a Democrat doesn't file to run by the July 16 cutoff, the partisan race will be decided with the Aug. 14 primary. If that's the case, both Republicans and Democrats could vote in what would be a universal primary. Kessler, 56, chairs the Monroe County School District's advisory Audit and Finance Committee. He's a former attorney and accountant, which he said would serve him well as county clerk.Kessler said his candidacy, "related very much to my lifelong interest in good and honest government. When I saw Danny Kolhage step aside, I thought I could contribute that same level of interest and energy in that area."Then-Gov. Bob Graham appointed Kolhage clerk in 1983. Since then, he was re-elected to four-year terms. His current one expires in January 2013. He's running for the County Commission seat now held by Republican Kim Wigington of Stock Island, who isn't seeking a second term. Kessler moved to the Keys in 2004 from Pennsylvania, where he served on a local school board for 17 years. His wife of 27 years, Pam, teaches sixth grade at Horace O'Bryant Middle School in Key West; they have three children. Kessler holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Temple University in Philadelphia, a master's of business administration with an emphasis in finance from Penn State and a law degree from Villanova University in Radner, Pa. Other filed candidates for clerk: Kevin Madok, the office's assistant finance director and a seven-year employee. He's a former Layton City Council member and now lives on Big Pine Key. Amy Heavilin, director of the finance division of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Matt Gardi, information systems director for the State Attorney's Office. In 2010, Gardi lost the Republican primary for state House District 120 to Morgan McPherson, who went on to lose in the general election to incumbent Democrat Ron Saunders. The clerk of the court job pays $105,828 annually.Kessler's run makes it four seeking seatSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comELECTION 2012 KESSLERLaw would save lobster license feesApending change in Florida law could save dive operators a license fee in lobster season. Abill passed by the Florida Legislature in March clarifies that dive boats are not required to have a boat license for lobster if its dive passengers carry their own licenses to harvest the crustaceans. That became a contentious issue just before the July 2011 mini-season when the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission interpreted a law to require that every dive boat would need a state license to carry lobster even if passengers had their personal lobster licenses. ABroward County dive operator sued over the new requirement, causing the FWC to delay enforcement. "The majority of my passengers are not resource-takers. That is not our sole purpose," Broward County dive operator Jeff Torode told the Miami Herald "We shouldn't be at the same fee schedule as a person that's 100 percent take 100 percent of the year." The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association a national trade organization better known as DEMA joined the fray on behalf of dive operators. "As the previous legislation was written, it was unclear as to who would be required to possess the fishing and lobster license, and therefore unfair to both dive charter vessel operators and divers," DEMAExecutive Director Tom Ingram said in a statement. The new law, still awaiting approval from Gov. Rick Scott, means dive-boat operators can either purchase a boat fishing license covering all their passengers, or ensure that lobster divers each have a personal license. "The change in enforcement could have resulted in both divers and dive vessel operators being forced to purchase a license, doubling the cost," according to DEMA. Dive-boat lobster licenses could cost from $200 to more than $2,000, depending on the passenger limit. "This is a clear solution to the problem which arose last year, and one which will save both divers and operators money by ensuring that there is no double-dipping," Ingrahm said. "Either the vessel operator or the diver will need to have a license, but not both." If it becomes law, the law would take effect before the 2012 sportdiving lobster days on July 25 and 26.Both divers,boats wouldn't need to acquire themRECREATIONAL DIVINGCarolina. "In light of this economy and money generated into the [tourism] economy by charter boats, I think it's a big mistake to make it more difficult for charter crews to survive," said Ray Rosher, a Miami-based charter captain who serves on the South Atlantic council's Dolphin and Wahoo Advisory Panel. "It seems like it discriminates against properly licensed captains who depend on all facets of income to survive," said Rosher, whose two boats from Miss Britt Charters sometimes fish Upper Keys waters. Some local captains and mates working off boats with necessary federal and state species licenses make thousands of dollars annually selling dolphin caught by charter customers, Adler said. "Dozens" of offshore charter crews in the Islamorada area take part in the sale of dolphin not wanted by their clients, he said. "It doesn't just hurt us but all the restaurants and their customers who want to see fresh dolphin on their platter," Adler said. "This has been going on since the 1950s." Charter boats do supply a portion of the dolphin sold by Key Largo Fisheries to its local restaurant clients, said co-owner Rick Hill. "As a consumer, you want the freshest fish possible," he said. The local commercial fishery for dolphin is virtually non-existent, Hill said. "There used to be one, but not at the moment." As federal fishery management agencies adopt rules mandated by Congress to ensure fishing stocks remain sustainable, reducing the sale of food fish technically caught under recreational bag limits becomes more difficult to allow, managers say. George Geiger, a Sebastian recreational fisherman who served nine years on the South Atlantic council, strongly supports the ban on selling fish caught on charter trips. "The term recreational sale'is an oxymoron," Geiger said. "It's ludicrous to allow charter captains and mates to sell fish caught as part of a recreational bag limit." "It encourages people to catch more fish than they plan to keep," Geiger said. "I think those fish would serve a better purpose being released so other people had an opportunity to catch them." He said charterboat operators should charge customers what a trip costs rather than rely on added income from fish sales. But Rosher and Adler said raising trip prices could mean fewer vacationers can afford to book a trip. "Higher fuel prices are coming," Adler said. "It all goes into the balance of survival." Some Florida Keys charter captains contacted by the Keynoter said they do not believe in selling fish from charter trips, but do not want to openly criticize a longstanding practice in their industry. Charterboats with federal dolphin-wahoo licenses in 2009, there were 1,190 in Florida can legally sell dolphin commercially if they catch it on a non-charter trip.Captains splitFrom Fish sales,1A the 40-position cut. "Do I like it? Of course not," School Board Chairman John Dick said. "But I think it's the fairest I've ever seen anybody do it." Audit and Finance Committee Chairman Stuart Kessler said the proposed cuts are so drastic there's "not even a value judgment to make. For lack of a better term, the financial condition is such that it's become a necessity. It's terrible." Jara's first town-hall meeting was Tuesday at Key West High School; the other sessions, all from 6 to 8 p.m. are scheduled for April 9 at Sugarloaf School April 10 at Marathon High School; April 11 at Coral Shores High School; and April 12 at Key Largo School.Big cuts comingFrom Schools,1A was back then." City Planning Director George Garrett said landowners years ago named their own streets. "All of these streets have names that come with their original plats and actually, we've got a list of the street names and I've gone back through for the purposes of doing my GIS maps," he said. Garrett said most of the plats were established in the late 1950s and '60s. "I think it was a way of getting a historic feel and it kind of personalizes the city. Numbered streets are impersonal to a certain degree," he said. Garrett said federal street-sign standards have changed over the years, such as a requirement to use reflective paint on them. "Regardless, the [City Council] had expressed an interest in changing them out. They want a consistent look and appearance," he said. However, don't think about using the old names to send mail: The U.S. Postal Service doesn't have them in its database. Each sign is the same size and color, and each has an image of the city seal on its left side. Public Works Manager Carlos Solis said almost all the signs about 500 but not every street has an actual name have been changed out. What's new is oldFrom Signs,1AHooper going back to classroomMark Hooper, a former Monroe County School District administrator whose name came up during investigation of the district's 2009 finance scandal, is going back to work as a teacher after a two-year hiatus but won't receive back pay as requested in his civil lawsuit. On Friday, Circuit Court Judge Mark Jones ruled Hooper "is entitled to be immediately reinstated as a teacher" and receive $24,768 for what Hooper paid in insurance premiums after losing his job. Hooper's argument was that when then-Superintendent Joseph Burke chose not to renew Hooper's contract in May 2010, citing budget concerns, Burke violated Hooper's public service contract. Jones, in his three-page order, determined that Hooper was never employed under a public service contract, but due to a mistake by the district, was entitled to the same benefits as someone working under a public service contract. "In this case, a former certification specialist, made factual representation to [Hooper] in March 2002 advising he had met the requirements to receive a PSC.... Those representations were mistakes of fact," the judge wrote. For more on this story, go to www.keysnet.comEducator wins lawsuit after his terminationSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com


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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Wednesday,April 4,2012 Every year,Remodeling Magazineconducts a nationwide survey to compare the present-day cost of several popular home-remodeling projects against their resale value.These surveys provide a valuable tool for industry analysts to measure the general state of the U.S.real estate market. The 2011-2012 Cost vs.Value Report shows that the resale value for most projects have dropped somewhat (for example,a bathroom remodel recoups 62.2%,as opposed to 64.1% last year).This is primarily due to the overall decrease in home values,and while labor costs are down,the cost of building materials has also risen significantly. If you are planning an upgrade, you might want to go to www.costvsvalue.com to check out the data for your project. Remember though,local costs for labor and materials can vary dramatically from national statistics. To choose the most cost-effective projects,be sure to consult with your REALTOR who will know what upgrades are costeffective and are the most popular with your target buyers. Patti Stanley has lived,worked and played in the Keys all her life and owns ISLAND VILLA RENTALS, the premier firm for vacation rentals and property management since 1995. She joined OCEAN SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY,LLC,as a Broker-Associate in 2011.Call her today for exceptional service and advice! Visit her on-line at www.Islandvilla.com or www .Oceansir.com. Call Patti Stanley Today at 3 0 5 3 9 3 4 4 3 3 for Personalized Real Estate Advice!2011-2012 COST VS. VALUE REPORT €Hearing TestCALLFOR APPT. € IN-HOME SERVICENathan Trigoboff (H.A.S., Doctor of Education)C.I.CNearly invisible 100% Digital$79500THE OPTICAL SHOPPEDR. BOILINI'S OFFICE743-8316451-14812375 O/S Hwy., Marathon KeyKey Largowww.hearingaidman.com OPEN FITS $995.00 THE HEARING AID MAN Lord of the SeasLutheran Church 1250 Key Deer Blvd. Big Pine Key, FL305-872-3612Rev. Chris ToddHoly W eek Schedule Maunday ThursdaySedar Meal Service 6:30 PM Good Friday Service at St. Francis of the Keys 7:00 PM Easter Sunrise Service End of Bogie Rd, Big Pine 6:45 AM Easter Festival Service 10:30 AM Calling all Orthodox Christians! Greeks, Russians, Romanians, Americans, Serbians, etcCome and CelebrateHoly Week andPaschaApril11-15 at 721 West Indies, Ramrod Key (MM 27.5, West Indies across from Boondocks)Wednesday, April 11 7:00 pm Holy Unction Thursday, April12 10:00 am Liturgy of the Last Supper 4:00 pm Matins of Holy Friday with the 12 Gospels Friday, April13 2:00 pm Vespers of Holy Friday with the Lamentations Saturday, April 14 10:00 am Liturgy of Holy Saturday 11:00 pm Paschal Divine Liturgy, followed by Blessing of Baskets and a celebratory meal!Rides available for most services! Service in English!St. Andrew Mission Church (OCA)For more information, Call Bob or Katya at 305-872-1453 Ryan O'Brien,who lives on a cruising catamaran in Marathon,has just released the fantasy book The Land of Whoo.'The story:An adopted Michael Henry yearns for excitement and finds a portal with access to the Land of Whoo.On the other side,the secrets of his past and future will be revealed to him but he must first prove himself worthy as he faces five trials to take his place as the chosen one.To find out more,e-mail O'Brien at ryanobrien@thelandofwhoo.com.com.LAND OF WHOONAS Key West hosts visiting navies for trainingIn mid-September, Naval Air Station Key West will host for the first time foreign and domestic naval vessels prepping for a multinational Caribbean training exercise dubbed UNITAS, from the Latin word for "unity." NAS Key West spokeswoman Trice Denny said six U.S. Navy ships and one U.S. Coast Guard cutter, along with contingents from Brazil, Colombia, Canada and Mexico, will stage at the Navy's Truman Harbor before taking to the seas for training in "scenariobased environments, theater security operations, anti-terrorism, counter narcotics, live fire exercise, humanitarian assistance and disaster response training." The most visible Navy operation in Key West is the training of combat fighter pilots at Boca Chica Field in the Lower Keys, but Capt. Pat LeFere said the upcoming exercise will demonstrate the Navy's ability to operate water-based missions from the Southernmost City. "Accommodating the participating UNITAS ships will be a true testament to the capabilities of Naval Air Station Key West as we can readily support port operations as well as tactical air training," he said. "Hosting exercises like UNITAS is just another example of how we fulfill our mission, which is to support the operational and readiness requirements for the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, National Guard units, federal agencies and allied forces." The first UNITAS exercise was in 1959; Denny said the opportunity for sailors to build international relationships "will help foster cooperation and understanding between participating countries." Read Adm. Kurt Tidd, commander of the U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command and the 4th Fleet, said the exercise "is going to be a very robust endeavor this year focused on partnering, sharing and working with the participating naval forces in this hemisphere." Denny said the vessels would be berthed at the Outer Mole, off the Truman Waterfront, Sept. 17 to 19, then take off for the weeklong training. "Those three days, they'll do their pre-sail conferences, community relations projects and sporting events amongst the different navies. One of those days they're going to have ship tours for sure. Between now and then, local nonprofits that can plan ahead enough that want sailors for volunteer projects, they're definitely looking for those kind of projects." Denny said those interested can reach out to her at 293-2027.Four nations in the Keys in SeptemberSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMILITARYCompany sues over cell-tower denialThe Marathon City Council's December decision to not allow construction of a 150-foot AT&T cell-phone tower on a vacant lot near U.S. 1 and 64th Street isn't sitting well with Keys Wi-Fi Inc. The local company owned by Rick Richter, which petitioned the council to build the tower for the wireless giant, sued the city on March 21 claiming the resolution (2012-18) denying the tower is "not supported by competent substantial evidence in the record." The suit also claims that the city's decision violates a portion of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. AT&Tapproached Keys Wi-Fi to help fix what it claims is a coverage gap in the middle of Marathon. There are AT&Ttowers at Coco Plum Drive and on Grassy Key. The suit notes that city staff and the advisory Planning Commission by a 4-0 vote recommended the project. But the council nixed it, 3-2, with Mayor Pete Worthington and council members Rich Keating and Ginger Snead voting against the project. Keys Wi-Fi agreed to build a concrete barrier and add landscaping to hide the tower from the street-level view, but Worthington, Keating and Snead were concerned with placing a tower in a residential area. Richter had assured the council the tower would pose no health risk and is designed to collapse, in the event of a hurricane, within the 10,000-square-foot lot. The suit claims the tower is an allowed use on the proposed lot and goes on to cite numerous cases dealing with local government decisions on zoning matters. The suit also claims the Telecommunications Act of 1996 places "restrictions on the authority of local government bodies to regulate the zoning and placement of wireless telecommunication facilities." It says courts have the right to review and "local zoning authority's denial." The suit says the city has 20 days to file a response with the Monroe County Clerk's Office. Oral arguments are set for May 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Freeman Justice Center in Key West before Circuit Court Judge David Audlin.Keys Wi-Fi:City doesn't have a good basisRYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com MARATHON Union goes to court over contract MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS Not satisfied by two state rulings in favor of the Monroe County School District, the United Teachers of Monroe union is appealing the decisions to the First District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee. On March 22, union attorney Mark Kelly filed a notice of appeal of a Feb. 27 decision from the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission, which concluded district officials did not violate a December 2010 contract by imposing mandatory unpaid furlough days and putting off planned teacher raises. Faced with drastically declining revenues, in the 2010-11 budget cycle, the School Board approved more than $9 million in cuts, including the measures comprising the substance of the union's unfair-labor claim filed with PERC. Despite the contrary ruling, UTM President Holly Hummell-Gorman charges that board members threw out a contract bargained in good faith."The School Board is determined to violate our employee contracts," she said. "Our only course of action is to defend our rights to the fullest extent of the law."Another issue playing out behind the scenes, largely in e-mails being forwarded back and forth among union and district leaders, is when the two sides should have a meeting to impact bargain, which essentially allows the union to give input and suggestions with the understanding district measures will stand. The district's contract labor attorney, Robert Norton, had a particularly heated exchange last week with Hummell-Gorman. Norton and HummellGorman were trying to agree on a meeting date; Norton rejected the dates UTM suggested on the morning of March 23, telling Hummell-Gorman he'd get in touch with her the following Monday, but then sent her an e-mail later the same day suggesting an April 19 date. Not acknowledging that e-mail, the next week Hummell-Gorman told Norton she was "expecting to receive [his] call on Monday." That prompted this from Norton: "Holly, You continue to author selfserving memos with inaccurate statements in them. It appears as if you are trying to make us look uncooperative so you can share your emails with others." He gave the example of the expected Monday call, noting that he responded to her earlier e-mail the same day. "At that point I believe you owed me a response," Norton continued. "Further, you need to understand the board has no obligation to bargain with UTM before it takes action to reduce the budget due to the severe economic pressure it is facing. We are offering to impact bargain in advance of the obligation to do so out of respect for the employees who may be affected." Friday, there was no date set for the next bargaining session.It wants two PERC rulings overturnedSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com


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ALL SALES FINAL 30% OFFENTIRE STOCK D Clerk cuts likely mean delay in civil casesThere will be delays in the processing of new court cases and new dockets with a smaller amount of money going to the state's clerks of courts under the 2011-12 budget passed last month by lawmakers. Lawmakers are expected to send the proposed budget (HB 5001) soon to Gov. Rick Scott, including a 7 percent cut in the budget for the clerks, While some activities will take precedence criminal matters and certain civil cases that have statutory time frames for when things must be processed clerks say there will be inevitable delays for many people who use the court system, from people in foreclosures to those seeking a divorce or those battling over small claims. Statewide, the hit is around $30 million. What that means for Monroe isn't yet clear but County Clerk Danny Kolhage has said: "In 2009, we had major cuts. I eliminated 11 employees between 2009 and now. This is another very serious cut." His budget in the current fiscal year is $3.3 million. Previous statewide cuts have already reduced staff, but that's the largest cost in the system, so that's where cuts will have to occur again to meet the required reduction, said Ken Burke, clerk of courts in Pinellas County and president of the Florida Association of Court Clerks & Comptrollers. "Foreclosures, obviously, will be affected," Burke said. "Another one that's going to be especially frustrating is landlord-tenant issues. Normal business litigation, small claims, all those types of [cases] where people are looking to the courts for a remedy." "In the first quarter, we could be as much as 10 days behind, and as you go forward you end up at the end of the year some 40 days behind," said Karen Rushing, clerk of courts in Sarasota County. Once the Legislature sends the budget to Scott he has 15 days to sign it, but has line item veto power. Keynoter staff supplemented this report .Back burner for small claims, foreclosuresBy DAVID ROYSENews Service of Florida STATE BUDGET Leatherwood hearing April 10Keys native and convicted murderer Larry Leatherwood has a lot of time on his hands, and it's now a little more clear why he's back in the Monroe County jail rather than sitting in state prison, where he's been the past nine years. Leatherwood, 46, was convicted in 2003 and sentenced by Acting Circuit Court Judge Ruth Becker to life in prison plus 40 years for being a convicted felon with a weapon for shooting chef Mark Evans to death on Halloween in 2000 at the Eastwind Apartments on Sombrero Beach Road in Marathon. He's back in the Keys this week, attempting to reverse his conviction by filing an "ineffective assistance of counsel" motion. "He asserted there was new evidence and one of the state's key witnesses recanted their story," Assistant Monroe County State Attorney Tanner Demmery said. Demmery said the motion is being considered because of a technicality. He said the witness in question signed an affidavit "long ago" confirming their testimony, but that "for some reason it wasn't attached" when the appeal went to the Third District Court of Appeal. "Before I had gotten [to the Keys], it was taken up and [Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia] made a ruling denying his motion," he said. "It went up to the [Third DCA] and they remanded it back to this jurisdiction" and Garcia. But the ineffective-counsel motion will have to wait because Leatherwood apparently known for filing motions on his own behalf filed to have his defense attorney, Rayme Suarez, and Garcia removed from his case. Demmery said Leatherwood objected to Suarez having represented a witness in his case on "a charge far subsequent to the murder charge." He added that he informed Garcia he never intends to call that witness. Nonetheless, Garcia removed Suarez and Leatherwood is without an attorney at the moment. But Garcia didn't remove himself. "Now there is a status [hearing] set for April 10 for a determination of his new counsel to represent him on his ineffective assistance of counsel motion," Demmery said. Leatherwood shot Evans three times with a .44 caliber handgun as Evans was leaving a party at the Eastwind complex. Authorities said Leatherwood was courting Evans'ex-wife. Convicted killer gets attorney off the caseBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com IN THE COURTS


Opinion & EditorialWednesday,April 4,2012 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. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Melanie Elder . . . . . . . . . . .Marketing Director Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. EDITORIALCritical time for Keys collegeLETTERS TO THE EDITORGo license-free fishingThe possibilities for taking advantage of the license-free fishing day on Saturday in Florida are almost endless. That's because people of all ages can cast their lines into 3 million acres of lakes, ponds and reservoirs and 12,000 miles of fishable rivers, streams and canals. The hardest part might be picking your destination. These abundant resources, coupled with responsible freshwater fish management, are why Florida is known as the fishing capital of the world. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scheduled the first of four license-free recreational fishing days on this holiday weekend so more people will have the chance to get out and try their luck. Plus, this weekend coincides with a productive freshwater fishing period, when the weather is usually pleasant. Besides enjoying the fun of reeling in a fish, people find that recreational fishing is a good motivator to enjoy the great outdoors. In fact, fishing is a prime reason lots of folks get outside in the first place. Fishing is a low-cost, wholesome form of entertainment, which is why the FWC offers four days when a recreational fishing license is not needed. The FWC also made June 2 and Sept. 1 license-free saltwater fishing days and set June 9 as the second license-free freshwater fishing day. These days coincide with a holiday weekend, National Fishing and Boating Week or open-harvest seasons for popular bay scallops, lobster and king mackerel. All other bag limit, season and size restrictions apply on these dates for recreational, not commercial, fishing. Escape the hustle and bustle Saturday by telling everyone you've gone fishing. But don't forget to take your kids and spouse and friends to share the fun. Bob Wattendorf, FWC TallahasseeDecision on FKCC's next president will shape long-term future for higher education in the Florida KeysShortly after noontime today, a search committee empowered by the Florida Keys Community College trustees will narrow the list of presidential candidates to replace retiring President Larry Tyree. This is a critical position at a critical time in the college's future. Tyree was the experienced and seasoned head who restored faith and accountability after a very tough time for the institution. Given the challenges facing the school enrollment declines, funding cuts from the state, and empty dorm rooms that are running in the red the trustees will surely be looking for a seasoned college pro. Based on daylong interviews conducted Friday via teleconference links, the search committee vetted nine of the 43 original applicants. Among those finalists, two emerged as possible front-runners. Although we won't know who actually makes that final list until after today's meeting in the FKCC board room on Stock Island. Among possible front-runners, some have experience in Florida's community college system. That's important because of the complex funding that institutions of higher learning face in the Sunshine State. For years, Florida's community colleges have been on thin rations because big-name, big-alumni universities suck up the lion's share of state funding allocated for higher education. This is a problem not just here in Florida but nationwide, where community colleges are battling for resources despite the fact that many are the most connected to community needs and most accessible to the broadest segment of students. Several of the candidates interviewed Friday spoke about broadening FKCC's outreach beyond the already highly touted marine science offerings. Allen Witt, president of Hillsborough Community College's SouthShore Campus in Ruskin, focused in on the hospitality industry as the Keys most significant employment sector and saw opportunities for the college to partner with that important constituency. With 359 full-time students, FKCC faces some sobering economics. Enrollment is down 7 percent from last year; state funding will be up by less than 2 percent for the coming fiscal year that begins Oct. 1, and Lagoon Landing is running a deficit because only 70 percent of the available rooms are bringing in rent money (80 percent needed to break even). Job one for FKCC's next president: Grow enrollment. That takes active engagement from the community, not just faculty and administration. As the finalists are brought in for face-to-face interviews, keep in mind: We're all in this together and should guide the trustees as they make the final decision on FKCC's next leader. This catch shows how good the fishing can be in the Florida Keys.Croc wasn't at faultMy deepest sympathy to the Poraths for their loss of their dog Roxie, taken by a Key Largo crocodile on March 22. Having witnessed many incidents where dogs, out of excitement, lose their balance on docks and fall into the water, the most likely scenario in this case was that Roxie fell into the water after seeing the crocodile. At that time, the croc took her. Nobody saw the croc leap 4 feet to get Roxie as previously mentioned. It's easy to blame others (in this case the croc) than for the owners to take responsibility of keeping pets and children safe by paying close attention to their whereabouts at all times while on a dock, as well as on the streets. Don't leave pets unattended on docks. It is very easy for them to fall into the water even if they dislike the water. Crocodiles can't distinguish between pets or other animals for food. I hope this incident doesn't cause an excuse for people to go killing crocodiles. Jenny Pardo IslamoradaUtility rocksThe Keys are unique. Growing up in the military, I had the opportunity to live in a variety of communities both big and small, as well as in Europe. Of all the places, I've been blessed to call the Upper Keys home for more than 10 years. There are a 100-plus reasons why we are fortunate and proud to call the Keys home, this is just one of them. The Keys give you that small-town feeling, with an immensely huge heart full of wonderful, dedicated professionals and service industries. One of the largest businesses in the Upper Keys is the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative under the leadership of Scott Newberry and his dedicated team. I have witnessed firsthand how the folks at the co-op are like family to the entire community, always going above and beyond to make their customers happy but giving back to the community, as well. Recently where I rent, a squirrel encountered the transformer; needless to say, we lost power. With the utility's account is in the name of the out-of-town property owner, I was unable to place a service call. For business reasons, it was fortunate that I had certain numbers to reach both Mr. Newberry and his executive assistant, Susan Kohlhofer, to inform them of the power outage that took place mid-week at 7 a.m. Through my various lines of work serving the Florida Keys, I encounter a number of unique professionals. I was extremely impressed and thankful for the immediate action taken by Ms. Kohlhofer on my behalf. I was even more impressed when Mr. Newberry called to follow up on the service and to solve the issue of potential service calls moving forward. Kudos to all. Special thanks to the road crews that get sent out to do the dirty job, always with a smile. Praise is always good when you least expect it, so thank you for all that they do for the communities they serve. They really do rock and I for one greatly appreciate it. Kim Sovia-Crandon Key LargoElderly are vulnerableOn March 9, the 2012 Florida legislative session concluded. Unfortunately, no legislation passed addressing the protection against arbitrary evictions for residents living in assisted living facilities. The need for legislation is apparent the governor's Assisted Living Facility Workgroup recommended enacting eviction protections for residents of ALFs, and several legislators proposed bills that included additional protections for ALF residents from arbitrary evictions. However, lack of protections for ALF residents remains a reality. Why are additional laws necessary? Florida law allows an ALF administrator to relocate or terminate a resident from an ALF for almost any reason as long as the administrator provides the resident with 45 days notice and documents the reason. Florida ALF residents, numbering almost 80,000 cannot challenge their eviction in court even though they rent a unit just like an apartment dweller. Although many residents have advanced-care needs similar to residents of nursing homes, they lack a process for an appeal of an involuntary discharge. This leaves Florida's elders vulnerable to threats of retaliation. Because ALF residents do not have basic due process protections from being asked to leave their homes, administrators may decide to relocate a resident for making what may be legitimate complaints to state agencies involving things like poor care or lack of food. For example, a resident was recently evicted after filing a complaint with the Long-Term Car Ombudsman Program. What was the administrator's reason for evicting the resident? "The resident was not happy here." Incidents like these serve as an example to other residents that if they complain, they could be evicted, too. The Ombudsman Program investigated 75 inappropriate ALF eviction complaints and 72 fear-of-retaliation complaints during 2010-11. An even greater number of arbitrary discharges may have occurred but were not reported to the Ombudsman Program. How can ALF residents be protected? We need to pass legislation providing basic due process to ALF residents, including the ability to challenge a proposed relocation in a neutral forum and the requirement that a 45-days written notice be handed to the resident, and documented as being given. Establish standards for the appropriate relocation of residents, such as changes in medical condition, failure to pay and behavioral changes necessitating a different setting. Require the ALF to notify the Ombudsman Program of any notice issued and permit a representative of the local ombudsman council to meet with the resident and work with the administrator to resolve the issue, if possible and appropriate. These recommendations will protect ALF residents from inappropriate evictions, allowing residents to seek redress of any concerns about their care and quality of life without fear of retaliation. Jim Crochet State ombudsman Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program Tallahassee Couple faces numerous marine countsAcouple from Hialeah faces numerous misdemeanor counts for allegedly taking undersize fish, fish out of season and fish banned from harvest at the south end of the Channel 2 near Craig Key. Arrested shortly before 4:30 p.m. Saturday were Gladis Duyos, 48, and Antonio Duyos, 58. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Officer Wade Heffner made the bust when, while on land patrol, "through binoculars I saw the two defendants cross the road, ocean side to bayside," he wrote in his report. His account: They had 5-gallon buckets and fishing rods, and Heffner crossed U.S. 1 and drove down the bicycle path to intercept them as they approached their auto. "I asked Mr. Duyos if they caught any fish. He picked up just the top things in the 5-gallon buckets and nervously said no." That's when Heffner ask to see what was in the buckets "He pulled a plastic bag out with one dead blue tang, two dead parrotfish, one undersize lane snapper and some legal grunts," Heffner wrote. He then asked if the Duyoses had any fish in their auto, and Antonio confirmed they did. In the trunk: "I saw what appeared to be undersize yellowtail snapper and an assortment of other fish. I discovered nine undersize yellowtail snapper, one Goliath grouper, one out-of-season and undersize black grouper, one undersize mutton snapper." Goliath grouper are protected from harvest, and nearshore grouper including black, red and gag are banned from harvest from Jan. 1 through the end of April. Each Duyos is charged with one county each of possession of a prohibited Goliath grouper, possession of undersize and outof-season black grouper, possession of undersized lane snapper and possession of undersized mutton snapper; and nine counts of possessing undersized yellowtail snapper. Antonio Duyos is also charged with interfering with an FWC investigation "for lying to me about not having any fish," Heffner wrote in his report. Arra-ignment is set for May 5 at the Plantation Keys courthouse.Among fish found:Banned Goliath grouperKeynoter StaffCRAIG KEY Photo courtesy FWCThis shows how small the fish are:A driver's license is just more than 3 inches long.NEWS BRIEFSRivera opponent drops out of raceState Rep. Luis Garcia of Miami-Dade County is dropping out of the race for the South Florida congressional seat that will likely include the Florida Keys and instead plans to run for the Miami-Dade Commission. That leads Democrats without a challenger to Republican U.S. Rep. David Rivera, who is running in the new District 26, which takes in Monroe County. His current district is 25. For the past 10 years, Republican Ileana RosLehtinen has represented the Keys in District 18 she is now in the new District 27. Rivera has been dogged by ethical allegations during his term in Congress and Democrats had targeted him for unseating. News Service of Florida


Wednesday,April 4,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com BP Oil Spill Settlement AnnouncedThe Plaintiffs' Steering Committee (PSC) spearheading the litigation surrounding the 2010 BP Gulf Oil Spill recently announced that a settlement in principle has been reached with BP that will fully compensate hundreds of thousands of victims of the tragedy. The settlement is to be fully funded by BP, with no cap on the amount BP will pay. BP is obligated to fully satisfy all eligible claims under the terms of the Court supervised settlement, irrespective of the funds previously set aside.Contact our Law Firm about your business and rental losses from the Oil Spill Campbell & Malafy10887 Overseas Highway Suite #201 Marathon, FL 33050 Office: (305)743-2492 Fax: (305)743-2432email: rmalafy@msn.com www.campbellandmalafy.com -AND-Levin Papantonio Law Firm316 S. Baylen Street, Suite 400 Pensacola, FL 32502Office: (850) 435-7064 Fax: (850) 436-6323email: cmoore@levinlaw.com www.levinlaw.com Keys joblessness lowest in FloridaGov. Rick Scott is getting a bit more good news on Florida's unemployment front, a development that may also be boosting President Obama's chances for carrying the critical swing state in November. The Department of Economic Opportunity said Friday that unemployment in Florida dipped to 9.4 percent in February its lowest number in three years. The report also noted that 10,100 new jobs were created. The state figure was 9.6 percent in January. Flagler County in east-central Florida reported the highest number of jobless with 12.7 percent unemployment while Monroe County, home to a lot of government jobs, had the lowest at 5.4 percent. Florida has added roughly 64,300 jobs during Scott's first 14 months in office. Florida's first-term Republican governor campaigned on creating 700,000 new jobs in seven years and has made the issue his top priority since taking office. At the present rate, Florida would create roughly 221,000 new jobs in Scott's first term. "Our state is definitely headed in the right direction," Scott said Friday. Scott's bullish optimism on bringing in thousands of new jobs would appear to be benefiting Obama's re-election bid in the Sunshine State where a recent poll showed the Democratic president broadening his lead over the Republican presidential hopefuls. Quinnipiac also showed Democrat U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson leading GOPRep. Connie Mack IVin his bid for a third term. Florida's unemployment remains above the national average of 8.3 percent and 47 of the state's 67 counties reported rates higher than the national average with 17 counties above 10 percent.February stats show Monroe at 5.4 percentBy BRENT KALLESTADAssociated PressUNEMPLOYMENTTribune threatens to pull DirecTVTribune Co., owner of 16 television stations across the country, is threatening to pull its channels from satellite broadcaster DirecTV. At issue are fees that Tribune, which is also the parent of the Los Angeles Times, wants DirecTVto pay in return for carrying its local stations. Such fees are known in the television industry as retransmission consent agreements. As broadcasters have faced greater competition for advertising revenue from cable television, most have sought to establish a second revenue stream through retransmission consent fees. Cable networks already have dual revenue streams. Tribune's current agreement with DirecTV expired at midnight Saturday, and the company said it wanted to start alerting viewers now of a possible disruption of service. "Despite our best efforts, DirecTVis refusing to offer a fair deal and we remain far apart in negotiations," said Tribune Broadcasting President Nils Larsen. With more than 19 million subscribers, DirecTVis the nation's second-largest pay-TV distributor, behind Comcast. In a statement, DirecTVsaid, "We anticipate that Tribune will honor its 165-year history of serving the public interest and allow the stations to remain on as we continue to negotiate." The company added that it has "no problem compensating Tribune fairly." Tribune Co. declined to comment on how much it is seeking from DirecTV. The company did say in its statement that DirecTVhas never paid to carry its local stations in the past. But DirecTVdoes pay to carry WGN America, the Tribune-owned national cable channel that carries Chicago Cubs and White Sox baseball as well as Chicago Bulls basketball. Aperson familiar with the matter not authorized to speak publicly about negotiations said previous deals for WGN America have also included Tribune's local stations. Feuds over programming fees have become commonplace in the media industry. Usually a deal is reached before a contract expires, or the two sides agree to keep a channel available to subscribers while they continue to negotiate. On some occasions, though, subscribers lose a channel while the two sides try to hammer out an accord. That happened in January, when South Florida WSVN was yanked off the air. Most of Tribune's stations are affiliated with the CW, a broadcast network co-owned by CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc. The CWappeals primarily to teens and young adults with shows such as "Gossip Girl" and "The Vampire Diaries." Tribune also owns a handful of Fox affiliates. The 1992 Cable Act gave broadcasters the right to seek retransmission consent fees. At that time, most chose instead to leverage that right into new cable channels. News Corp., for example, launched FX and persuaded cable and satellite distributors to pay for that, and carry its local TVstations as part of the deal. NBC took a similar approach for the channel that ultimately became MSNB.Contract expires, sides not close on a new dealMcClatchy-TribuneMEDIA AAA: Gas costs will impact travelRising U.S. gasoline prices will probably prompt Americans to visit tourist sites closer to home and limit their itineraries, travel adviser AAAsaid. Mark Brown, executive vice president for the nonprofit group with more than 53 million members, told a U.S. House Natural Resources Committee hearing that its members were making adjustments as gasoline approached $4 a gallon. "Members are not canceling their vacation driving plans at this time, but may scale back the distances and the number of destinations," Brown said in written testimony distributed before a Tuesday hearing in Washington. As oil and gasoline prices rise, House Republicans and the energy industry have urged President Barack Obama's administration to increase oil production and approve building TransCanada Corp's Keystone XLpipeline from Canada to limit dependence on unstable supplies from the Middle East. Crude oil advanced more than 8 percent this year, and the average price for unleaded gasoline at the pump climbed about 19 percent to $3.90 a gallon yesterday, according to AAAdata. More than half of Americans who plan to travel by car this summer said further gasoline-price increases would make them take fewer trips or spend less on meals, shopping and entertainment, Gilliland said, citing data from the U.S. Travel Association. In South Florida, where tourism has been a bright spot in a shaky economy, rising gas prices could threaten business that has been continuously improving. Tourism promoters and local attractions say they are offering some incentives for travelers and foresee a possible rise in "staycations."Prices hit $4 a gallon at Keys pumpsMiami HeraldTOURISM Business


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Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West pitcher Rachel Quad hangs on to a pop-up as she and first baseman Lindsey Free collide during Saturday's game.PREP SOFTBALLLady Conchs get the best of DolphinsIt was a game Key West High's softball team had pointed to since a 10-4 loss to Marathon earlier in the season. And so at noon Saturday, in a tournament hosted by the Conchs on a stifling diamond, the rematch with the Dolphins was set to begin. The two teams had played the night before the Dolphins defeated Riverdale, 2-1, and the Conchs lost to Sarasota, 9-0. Now, it was time for the intra-county rivals to go at it. Rachel Quad's first pitch plunked Abi Connell, and moments later she scored on a double by Taylor Konrath. The 1-0 lead seemed to bode well for Marathon, which had its eighth-grade sensation, Jordan Roney, on the mound, only 16 hours after she had struck out 11 Riverdale batters. Pony-tailed and wearing white-rimmed sunglasses that glinted in the sun, Roney gave up the lead in the bottom of the second, mainly because of an error by Connell, the third baseman, who bobbled a bunt by Adriana Garcia, then threw wildly to first, allowing Brooke Marsden, who had singled, to score. Garcia then scored on a ground-out by Britney Price and the Conchs were ahead, 2-1. Key West scored twice more in the third, a rally ignited by a long double by Lauren Schoneck.The magic Roney had shown on Friday night vanished in the fourth. She walked two, gave up a deep double to Raquel Schoneck and unloosed two wild pitches, each of which resulted in a run. It was 6-1 and Roney was still not out of the inning.With Kendall Galvan on third with two outs, catcher Leci Archer ripped a twostrike pitch to right field that made the score 7-1. Most pleased were her grandparents, her father and her aunt (the school principal), all of whom, armed with cameras, watched from behind the home-plate screen. The Dolphins, in their mustard-colored socks, cutEarly-season loss is now forgottenBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorLozano gets national attentionCoral Shores High attacker Julia Lozano unleashed a barrage of 11 goals Friday against Palmer Trinity, and the Lady Hurricanes needed almost every one to hang onto a 15-12 lacrosse victory. The scoring spree vaulted Lozano to the top of a national watch list maintained by ESPN's prep lacrosse website. The junior's 11 goals matches the national singlegame 2012 season record so far reported to the site, ESPN prep lacrosse Editor Mike Loveday noted.ESPN:Explosion ties season's best game markLADY CANES LACROSSEBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWJulia Lozano scores one of her 11 goals against Palmer's Falcons.That one-game tally tied her for best in the nation this season,according to ESPN's prep website. Dolphins sweep doubleheaderOne bad inning stopped the Marathon High School baseball team from sweeping three weekend games against Palmer Trinity and Immokalee high schools.The Dolphins (14-8) won both games in a Saturday doubleheader against Immokalee, but let a four-run lead slip away in the last inning of a Friday matchup with Palmer. Marathon led the Falcons, 7-3, with two outs in the seventh inning when Palmer strung together five straight hits and scored four runs to tie the game. They scored three more in the top of the ninth and won 10-7.Kyle Pierce started and pitched 5.2 innings, allowing three runs on five hits, five strikeouts and five walks. Drew Thornbrugh pitched the final 3.1 innings, allowing seven runs on seven hits, three walks and striking out two.Ian Almodovar had a big game at the plate for the Dolphins, going 4-for-5 with two runs scored, four stolen bases and an RBI. Carlos O'Farrill and Yoniel Esquirol each had a hit, a run scored and two stolen bases, while Joey Gonzalez had a hit and three RBI. The Dolphins bounced back nicely against the Indians Saturday, earning 7-2 and 14-4 victories. Gonzalez pitched a complete game in the opener, allowing two runs on just four hits. He struck out four and walked only one. Almodovar had another solid game, going 2-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored, three stolen bases and an RBI. O'Farrill was 2-for-4 with a run driven in while Gonzalez was 2-for-2 with three runs scored and Ariel Rodriguez was 2-for-3 withBut they fall to Palmer,now stand at 14-8By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON BASEBALLDolphin fishing on the upswingSpring has sprung, so hop out for some great fishing. Dolphin are showing in ever-increasing numbers, and I have heard of more than a couple of fish over 40 pounds the past few days. Lucky anglers find a floater under which dolphin are likely hiding. Remember, not all floaters are inanimate objects, so pay attention to that turtle swimming by. The wrecks are holding good numbers of permit, with the largest specimens over 30 pounds. Live crabs are the ticket. There are also plenty of amberjack and a few muttons. The yellowtail action on the reef is excellent, with lots of flag-size fish arriving in preparation for spawning. This time of year, the deeper you fish, the bigger the yellowtail. Most of the flags are coming from water around 80 to 90 feet deep. However, there are still plenty of fish that average 16 to 18 inches in the 40to 60-foot depths. There are also good numbers of muttons, mostly in the 8to 10-pound range, on the same reef areas. And large mangroves are grouping on the deeper reef areas in 70 to 80 feet as they, too, prepare to spawn. At the bridges and in Key West Harbor, the tarpon schools are growing as more of the silver kings arrive from places unknown for their annual spawning ritual. The flats and backcountry guides also report good numbers ofYellowtailing remains strong at the reefChris Johnson Captain'sColumn Jep and Shelly Pound from Marietta,Ga.,show their yellowtail catch caught with SeaSquared Charters.FISHING THE FLORIDA KEYSSee Fishing,2BSee Dolphins,3BSee Softball,3BSee Hurricanes,2B


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The Lady Canes (7-3) battled to the end against Palmer's Lady Falcons in the home match at George M. Barley Jr. Stadium.Down 3-2 early in the first half, the Canes reeled off six straight goals to grab an 8-2 edge. Palmer fired back with two goals in less than a minute just before halftime to make it 8-5 at the break. Lozano's "amazing" 11goal, one-assist game "was not against a pushover team," Cane head coach Mark Hall said. "Palmer Trinity is a very good, wellestablished lacrosse team." Jenn Doyle, Raisa Santiesteban, Emily Albury and Sarah Blackwell each scored critical solo goals in the contest. Goalie Elizabeth Roa collected eight saves, while field defenders Cami Lopez and Katharine Hamer each forced four turnovers.Lozano leads the Lady Canes with 56 goals and 68 points (goals and assists). She also has picked up 66 ground balls through 10 games.The Coral Shores-Palmer rivalry will be renewed today when the Canes travel to Miami for a 4:30 p.m. contest. The two clubs could meet again in the District 25 playoff tournament, opening April 18 at Coral Shores.The Lady Hurricanes finish the regular season with two road games next week, Tuesday at St. Andrews and April 12 at Cardinal Gibbons.Lozano leads allFrom Hurricanes,1B permit and tarpon.The week's bestCapt. Bob Crockett and Capt. Blaine Lemm, with Finnz-Up Charters docked at the Blackfin Resort in Marathon, hosted Lance Jensen and family from Rockford, Ill., for a great day of dolphin and wahoo fishing.Bob and Fran Bryce from Whitehouse, Ohio, had a fun day catching (and releasing) some very nice-size grouper along with mutton and yellowtail snapper for the dinner table with Capt. Bob Brown of Sundance Sportfishing out of the 7 Mile Marina.Mike Achilles, from New Hampshire, and Tony Cardoza from Stuart hooked up for some great tarpon fishing with Brown. On their first outing, they hooked six couldn't get even one to the boat. They did land some jacks and a blacktip shark, though.Their second trip produced a landed 50-pound tarpon for Mike and an 80-pounder for Tony. For their final effort, they hooked up three extra large tarpon, with Mike getting a release on a 75-pounder.The SeaSquared rounded out March with more family fishing with lots of snapper dinners as the result. We also fished the reef a couple of times and were rewarded with an excellent yellowtail bite.Bourke and Shirley Lodewyk from Gladwin, Mich., had an awesome day on the reef with Capt. Kevin and Barbie Wilson of Knee Deep Charters out of the Geiger Key Marina. They released two large black grouper and brought in their limit of yellowtail snapper and a triggerfish. Capt. Moe Mottice, of Moe's Custom Charters in Key West, spent most of the week fishing just 10 minutes from his dock. His anglers caught tarpon ranging from 30 to 130 pounds. On the flats, big spinner sharks kept them busy while catching snapper and mackerel.Tarpon tourneysSave the dates of May 3, 4 and 5 for the 46th annual Marathon International Tarpon Tournament and May 12 and 13 for the 36th annual Ladies Tarpon Tournament.Call 289-1542 or (305) 9878952 or send an e-mail to tar pontournaments@yahoo.com.Fishing seminarThe Marathon Boat Yard Marine Center continues its 2012 bi-weekly seminar series on Thursday with Capt. Jason Long, of Best Bet Sportfishing, discussing tarpon fishing. The Marine Center is at 2059 Overseas Highway. The program runs from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. For more information, call 743-6341.Casting contestCapt. Spider's Casting for Charity takes place Thursday at Salty's Waterfront Grill at the 7 Mile Marina. The fun contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and will benefit the Marathon High School Maritime Scholarship.Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/ bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 743-5305,SeaSquared@bellsouth.net and www.SeaSquared-Charters.com.Tarpon providing excellent battlesFrom Fishing,1BConchs put on a hit paradeAbout 5 Saturday afternoon, a group of what appeared to be middleschoolers was practicing not so skillfully on a field behind Key West High School. One kid in a nearby batting cage looked to weigh maybe a hundred pounds. As it turned out, this was the Sonrise Christian varsity baseball team, and three hours later, at Rex Weech Field, they were involved in an inning that threatened to never end. Trailing 1-0 to the Key West Conchs, the team from Lakeland took the field for the bottom of the third, which went like this: Chris Varela reached first on an error. Chris Garcia singled. Matt Chelekis reached first on an error and run scored to make it 2-0. Michael Abreu singled (3-0). Hugo Valdez singled. Steven Wells walked (4-0). Zack Hughes singled (60). Tommy Ruffennach got hit by a pitch (7-0). Darren Miller popped out. Varela got and infield hit (8-0). Garcia singled. Chelekis struck out. Abreu walked (9-0). Valdez walked (10-0). Wells got hit by a pitch (11-0). Hughes singled (12-0). Ruffennach got hit by pitch (13-0). Miller tripled (16-0). Varela singled (17-0). Garcia reached first on the center fielder's error (18-0). Chelekis walked. Abreu hit a pop single (19-0). Valez walked. Wells reached first on the center fielder's error (20-0). Hughes grounded out. Twenty-five players had gone to the plate and 19 had scored. "Brutal to watch," radio broadcaster Rick Lopez told his listeners. The Conchs went on to win, 20-1. It was called by the mercy rule after the top of the fifth inning. Sonrise Christian did not get a hit. Freshman Andrew Freeman struck out seven batters in three innings. Donjae Lopez pitched the last two. The Conchs ended their five-game losing streak with their second victory in 39 days. They improved to 5-12 with seven games left in the regular season. They will host Choctawhatchee High of Fort Walton Beach at 7:30 Friday and Saturday nights, then play Archbishop McCarthy at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the new Marlins Park.Twenty-five go to plate in one inningBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST 20,SONRISE 1 Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West's Darren Miller loses his helmet as he races toward a triple during the Conchs'19-run third inning Saturday night.Baseball Canes get comeback winForced into an extra inning, Coral Shores High rallied for two runs to pull out a tight 4-3 win Monday over visiting Immokalee. The Canes held a 2-0 lead heading into the top of the seventh inning when the visiting Indians scored twice to tie the game. The Canes went scoreless in the bottom of the stanza and fell behind, 3-2, when Immokalee scored once in the top of the eighth. But the Canes sealed the deal with two runs of their own. Coral Shores ruined Immokalee's trip to Founders Park and improved the Cane record to 11-6-1 with the comeback.The Hurricanes were scheduled to take on local rival and South Florida Baseball Conference foe Marathon High School in an Upper Keys game played after deadline.Coral Shores play its third home game in four days when Ransom Everglades arrives at Founders Park for a 7 p.m. Thursday contest. The Canes take on District 16-4A foes Gulliver Prep on April 11 and Key West High School on April 13. Coral Shores dropped a 61 decision to St. Brendan, now the top seed in District 16-4A, on March 27. The South Florida Baseball Conference tournament will be played April 1617 in Miami. Meanwhile, the Lady Hurricane softball team (111) played at Palmer Trinity on Tuesday (results pending), and visit Princeton Christian on April 10. And Island Christian School's baseball Eagles (62) return from Easter break with a 3:30 p.m. April 12 home game in Islamorada against Marathon.The conference tournament to start April 16UPPER KEYS SPORTSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com


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Gonzalez, Drew Thornbrugh, Jesse DeLuca, Raymond Crespo and Kevin McKeon each had a hit. The Dolphins were scheduled to face Coral Shores High School Tuesday, but results were not available at press time. They're slated to host Miami Country Day at 6 p.m. today.Country Day visitsFrom Dolphins,1B Canes have momentum entering the districtCoral Shores High's boys lacrosse Hurricanes closed out their home schedule Monday with their third straight victory. The Canes (10-2) ran out to a 4-0 lead over visiting Belen Jesuit (3-9) in the first quarter, then held on to nail down a 6-2 final. "They're really playing good team lacrosse," head coach Barney Rich said. "They're reaping the benefits of some serious conditioning and working together like family." After getting swamped by state contenders St. Thomas Aquinas and Ransom Everglades by a combined 33-3 score, Coral Shores stormed back to sweep Palmer Trinity, Nease and Belen by a combined 37-11 over a four-day span.In Friday's win over Palmer (3-9), the Hurricane defense allowed just four shots on goal in a 19-1 victory."Ryan Bahn anchored the defense," Rich said. "Gabe Roberts, Darryn Bahn, Addison Duma Kenney, A.J. Hamer and Steven Nekhaila all stood tall to keep the defensive zone clear." Eddie Dunn scored three goals and delivered three assists to lead a productive Cane offense. Danny Whisted tossed in two goals with two assists. Jonathon Lindback, Cody Schlaudecker and Dylan Naughton each scored twice. Eight Canes scored once.In a Saturday game against visiting Nease (5-8) of St. Augustine, Coral Shores rang up a 12-8 decision. "Nease beat us in overtime last year," Rich said. "Everybody really wanted this win."Offensive coordinator Dan Flinn designed a balanced attack while assistant coach and former Cane standout Matthew Hall worked with goalkeeper Momo Schlaudecker, who pulled out 10 saves. Gianni Gonzalez, Bryce Lanford and Dunn each scored twice and made an assist. Cameron Lankford and Lindback each scored once with a pair of assists. Hurricane domination of the face-offs was a key factor, Rich said. Kodi Roberts won 11 of 13 face-offs, and Ryan Vasquez took three of four. Gabe Roberts topped the Canes in ground balls.Coral Shores finishes the regular season with a Thursday trip to Killian. The Canes head back to Killian on April 17 for the District 30 Tournament.Team wins three straight,tourney action April 17HURRICANES LACROSSEBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comCoral Shores defenders Kodi Roberts (1) disrupts a Belen Jesuit attack in a 6-2 win Monday,while A.J. Hamer (15) and goalkeeper Momo Schlaudecker provide backup. The Canes (10-3) ended their home season with three straight wins.Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWthe lead to 7-3 in the fifth when, with one on, Konrath, a sweet-swinging lefty and the tallest player on the field, sent a misplaced Quad pitch ("I'm not the fastest pitcher but I have good placement," she said later) over the center-field fence. The ball soared in the general direction of a thundering, descending Delta jet.Marathon closed to within 7-5 in the top of the sixth, but this would be Key West's day.In the bottom of the sixth, the Conchs, their white uniforms soiled with orange dirt, scored five more runs against Roney with the help of two Marathon errors. Ashley Adamo then came in for Roney and walked five batters in a row before Galvan hit a pop single that scored the 15th run and abruptly ended the game because of the 10-run mercy rule."They're a tough little team," Key West coach Steve Wells said of the Dolphins. "This is what Key West and Marathon are about. At the end of the day, it's, Did we beat them or did we not beat them?'" As for Roney, she said, "We had a lot less intensity than on Friday night, but I was really pumped. I wanted to beat Key West really bad." The teams will play again Thursday evening at Marathon.Tournament wrapSarasota won the tourney with three lopsided shutout victories. The Conchs, who later Saturday defeated Riverdale, 6-4, were 2-1 and improved to 8-12 overall. The Dolphins, who followed up their Key West loss with a 15-0 loss to Sarasota, were 12 and dropped to 11-9 overall. Riverdale was 0-3.Roney's up and downFrom Softball,1B Photo by BERT BUDDEMarathon coach Andrea Murphy congratulates Taylor Konrath as she rounds third base after hitting a home run against the Conchs.Photo courtesy KAREN McKEONMarathon junior Sean Roussin slides into second during a doubleheader Saturday against Immokalee.The Dolphins won both games,7-2 and 14-4. Dolphin netters head to tourneyThe Marathon High School tennis team split its regular-season finale Friday against District 16 rival Westminster Christian School.The boys team earned a 7-0 win over the Warriors, while the girls were missing two starting singles players and lost, 0-7. The match was played at the Marathon Community Park."Especially after the match [Thursday] against Key West, the emphasis [Friday] for the boys was to finish a match strong. All the boys did that. It was good to see and hopefully they bring that mentality to districts," coach Chris Bull said. No. 1 singles player Vincenzo Massaro was dominant on the boys side, earning an 8-0 win and teaming with Jake Coldren for an 8-4 doubles victory. No. 2 Jamine Guo (8-5), No. 3 Emilio Alvear (8-4), No. 4 Coldren (8-4) and No. 5 Stevie Nelson (8-5) all won singles matches as well. Guo and Alvear won the No. 2 doubles match, 8-3. The girls lost four singles matches and forfeited the No. 5 match. The team was missing No. 1 player Marina Kay Wiatt and No. 4 Regan Durkin, who also comprise the No. 1 doubles team for the Dolphins. "We were missing our No. 1 and our No. 4 against the team that will probably be No. 2 in our District. To their credit, the remaining girls fought until the end of each match even though they were overpowered," Bull said.The boys finished the regular season at 4-5 while the girls team posted a 3-7 record.The District 16-1Atournament was scheduled for Tuesday and today at Continental Park in Miami.Regular season ends with split with WarriorsBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON TENNIS


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A hint of rosemary… LAttitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Casual,Gourmet Dining Sunset Dinner SpecialNo w only $15.95per personMust be seated by 5:15 7 nights a week(except holidays)4:30 5:15 pm Call for Easter Reservations KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,April 4,2012 LivingIs the end of the man cave nigh?The time has come to leave the man cave to bulldoze the bro bunker, to kick the kegerator to the curb. The safe house for the Ychromosome is no longer safe; the perimeter has been breached. The man cave is no longer a tenable refuge from the real world. The handwriting appeared on the beer-postered wall last year when the phrase "mom cave" began to spread and "man cave" joined the list of phrases from our lexicon that are misused, overused and targeted for their general uselessness, much like "baby bump" and "the new normal." But the real blow had to be the news last month that a man cave would be among the amenities at the 2012 Philadelphia International Flower Show. Yes, the man cave has gone from sacred space to flower-show bait. The spirit of the man cave has been co-opted by so many marketers hawking grill tools, bar ware and even neon lights in the shape of the words "man cave" (in case it needs to be spelled out for the fairer sex, one presumes) that if we don't roll a boulder to block the mouth of the cave now, the strip-mining will continue unabated until Hallmark rolls out a line of man cave cards ("Greetings from the grotto!") and guy asylums across the country will groan under the weight of scented candles. OK, maybe that's an overreaction, but it's easy to see how the cave-craving crowd might feel as if its natural habitat is under siege. After all, the man cave is nothing new. Its roots go back to our slope-headed forebears. Boys have long had their forts, grown men their hunting camps, Thoreau his Walden Pond, Superman his Fortress of Solitude. But perhaps the castaway couch has become so overcrowded that the only way to save the cave is to bid it a wistful farewell, especially with its place in our pop culture about to mark an important milestone: its 20th anniversary.Where it beganAn article March 21, 1992, in the Toronto Star had the first known use of the term "man cave," said Mike Yost, a retired Army intelligence officer, founder of www.mancavesite.org and coauthor with Jeff Wilser of the 2011 guide The Man Cave Book. The next month, a little book called "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" hit shelves across the U.S. It would go on to sell about 50 million copies worldwide. In one chapter, author John Gray explains the male need to retreat as if into a cave as a way of dealing with stress. Gray explains that the concept can be traced back to the differences in the way men's and women's brains are wired. "For most men, taking time for themselves is a coping mechanism for lowering stress and a very effective one," he writes, later adding that "women's brains are not linked that way. When a woman is stressed, there is eight times more blood flow to the emotional part of the brain, which is connected to the talking parts of the brain. So women lower their stress by talking about what's going on." In a recent phone interview, Gray said people still thank him. "Women come up to me and say: Thank you for explaining his cave. I always used to take it personally, and now I understand he just needs time in the cave and then he comes out.'" Yost, 49, launched www.mancavesite.org in 2008 as a clearinghouse for man cave photos, ideas and resources for like-minded cave-dwellers. "I kind of did it as an I'll build it and see if they'll come'kind of thing," said Yost, who lives in Sierra Vista, Ariz. And come they have, about 1,200 unique visitors a day. Interior designer Courtney Cachet noted that back in 2005, the man cave would just have been called the media room. Whether guys are looking at a two-bedroom apartment or a huge house in the suburbs, she said, the man cave remains part of the vision. "I promise you, as soon as the economy takes even a little bit of an uptick, there will be a resurgence that will put to shame what we've seen so far," she said. "People will be pulling out all the stops. We'll see man caves with bowling alleys." If marketers are invading the man cave, however, maybe it's time for men everywhere to get moving. Gray pointed out that the man cave manifests itself in different ways. "In Australia, for example, men have their sheds little rooms apart from the house," he said. "And in India men escape to the cave by meditating." In other words, men don't really need a physical place to reap the benefits just a man cave state of mind. So we bid adieu and kick our collective cave to the curb. It won't be forever. The desire to retreat to the cave is too strong. The spirit of the man cave will manifest itself anew, someday. Just one bit of advice: Don't jump the gun and start installing that bigscreen TVin your office cubicle. Not until the man cube catches on.It looks that way but don't dismantle yetMiami HeraldHOME DECORHow the man cave came to be Photo courtesy McCLATCHY-TRIBUNEGordon Robinson hangs with Jack,his golden doodle,in his 2,300-square-foot man cave in Lakewood,Wash.It contains three flat-screen TVs,three classic cars,a walk-in gun vault,a wet bar and full kitchen,among other amenities. Some key dates in the history of the guys'getaway site: July 16, 1943: The Batcave, perhaps the most famous man cave in comic book history, premieres in a Batman movie serial episode titled "The Bat's Cave." Hidden beneath Wayne Manor and accessible by secret entrance, it's an actual cave filled with millionaire playboy Bruce Wayne's high-tech gadgets and tricked-out vehicles. March 21, 1992: Toronto home consultant Joanne Lovering pens a humorous guest column for the Toronto Star suggesting alternative names for rooms on a standard Canadian floor plan. "Let's call the basement, man cave," she writes, the first known time the phrase is published in this context. April 23, 1992: John Gray, the Johnny Appleseed of man cavery and the one most responsible for entrenching it in modern vernacular, releases his book "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus." Dec. 13, 2003: A bearded, disheveled Saddam Hussein is pulled from a "spider hole" near his hometown of Tikrit, proving that decamping to the man cave is never a permanent solution to running from your problems. June 16, 2007: DIY Network launches "Man Caves," a half-hour series in which general contractor Jason Cameron and former NFLplayer Tony Siragusa transform drab basements and ignored garages into covet-worthy rooms filled with flat screens and cigar smoke. Cameron said he probably has hammered more than 100 man caves for the show. March 1, 2011: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office grants retailer HomeGoods service mark protection for the phrase "mom cave." Nov. 7, 2011: Canadian paint company CILlaunches its Ultimate Man Caves collection, giving more manly sounding names to 20 colors. The color formerly called Plateau Grey becomes 5 O'Clock Shadow. Butterscotch Tempest is rebranded as Beer Time, and Venetian Turquoise morphs into Bro Code. March 4, 2012: The 2012 Philadelphia International Flower Show commits the unpardonable sin of using a man cave to lure flower-averse men to its garden bosom. Room 204B of the convention center is transformed with big-screen sports games, gambling tables, a virtual golf game and a full bar. Egg hunts take place this weekendEaster is on Sunday, and that means it's time for Easter egg hunts. The Key West library hosts an Easter egg hunt for kids up to age 18 at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Children and Young Adult Department of the library, 700 Fleming St. The event will feature candy, prizes, tattoos, face painting, crafts and more. For more information call 292-3595. The annual Easter egg hunt at Island Community Church in Islamorada brings both fun and photos to kids and their parents as a new group of local photographers joins in to provide portraits. Members of the Florida Keys Photographers will be on hand Saturday from 8 to 10:30 a.m. the church's Family Life Center, mile marker 83 bayside. The photographers offer a variety of packages starting at $20, with all profits going to the Florida Keys Children's Shelter. The Big Coppitt Volunteer Fire Department hosts its annual Easter egg hunt on Sunday. The event takes place at Bernstein Park at 5th Avenue and 5th Street on Stock Island from noon until 2 p.m. There will be games, prizes and candy. Divers and snorkelers visiting can become deep sea "egg-splorers" during the 12th annual underwater Easter egg hunt set for Sunday in waters off Key Largo. Spencer Slate of the Atlantis Dive Center, clad in a giant bunny suit and dive gear, hides brightly colored eggs on a shallow coral reef. Real eggs and nontoxic colorings are used to avoid negative environmental impact. To find out more, go to www.captainslate.com.Lower Keys, Upper Keys are locations EASTER Reef Relief of Key West was joined on March 10 by 44 volunteers for a mangrove cleanup of Shrimp Road on Stock Island.Volunteers removed 1,652 pounds of marine debris including plastic bags,tires,a motorcycle frame and a damaged no-dumping sign.For information about volunteering,call 294-3100. A CLEANER SHORELINE


Wednesday,April 4,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com ACROSS 1Plug 6Betty ___, of old cartoons 10Tobacco stove 14Rope 19David Belasco play 23“The Red Shoes” author 24Philippines peak 25Elisha ___, arctic explorer 26Warnings 27Aha! 28Pianist Peter 30Brothers Matthew or Gunnar 33Common suffix 34Gulf 35New “Oceans” star 37Sharpened 39Child’s cry 41Stranger 44Burroughs’hero 46Actor Cronyn 47What was to be done: Lat. 50The other Culkin 52English river 53Hot spring 55Shoshonean 56___ avis 57In the same place: Latin 59Bonnie’s beau 60French surgeon: 1775-1838 62E.T., of TV 63Delicate fly 64Watered silk 65Settings 66“Once ___ time” 68Anathema 69Edna Ferber novel 70Winfield Scott ___: 1839-1911 72Bog 73Objurgate 74Dream inits. 77Triturate again 78Boner 79Halcyon 80Variable star 81Violinist Bull 82Adolf von ___, German chemist 84Canine threat 85Dzhugashvili 87Seagoing vessel: Abbr. 88Seth’s son 89California’s motto 92Composer Harold 93Blot 94French government chamber 95Hindu garment 97Boosts 100Cheat 102Candies 104Dance partner 108Small case 109Haircloth: French 111Pro ___ 113Islands near Fiji 114Halliburton tale 119U.S. crafts of WW II 120Facing direction of glacier 121Nidificate 122S. Grant’s adversary 123Gen. Geoffrey ___ DOWN 1Famous Allen 2Phantom 3Domingo, for one 4Noun suffixes 5Pop psychologist Scott 6TV comedienne 7Bay window 8Switch settings 9Shot that’s a snipe 10Girasol 11Virgil’s great epic 12Leonids 13“The ___”: Bradstreet poem 14Voluminous: Abbr. 15Cacao from Ecuador 16Epicene 17Pintail ducks 18All: Latin 20U.N. notable 21___ Fail, de Valera’s party 22Byways: Abbr. 29Place de l’___ 31Particle 32Transude 34Samoan group 36Gershwin 38___ as a second language 40Soul: French 41Gumbo 42Surveyor’s compass 43Hitler 45Admission 46London park 47Famous Confederate guerrilla 48To be, in France 49G-men 51Gump 54Bronte’s Jane 58Bleat 59Poetic cadaver 61Bill 63Successor of 43 Down 64Mary ___, Tennessee novelist 65Super Bowl XXI MVP 67Perfect start 68Bistro 69Capacity measure: Abbr. 70Packed-house signs 71Breton 72Baseball hero 73“Lady in the ___” 75Iroquoian 76Felix Krull’s creator 78“___ My Mind” 79Greek island 80See 72 Down 83Babylonian sky god 84Baseball’s John J. Mc___ 86Sailor 90Depose 91Phoenician goddess 93Branch of a family 94Medical prefixes 96Fur trader of fame 97Riga residents 98“Some Like ___” 99Court of law: Spanish 101Exclamation of surprise 103Uneven 105U.S. Secretary of State, 1895 106Mother-of-pearl 107Supposal 109Dancer Charisse 110Surtout 112Frenzied 115Kind of sheep dog: Abbr. 116Mamie’s man 117___ Aviv 118Certain vote Observer crossword puzzle AFascinator "Solution in the April 7 Keynoter Crossword solutionSolution to the March 31 puzzle.Bennett dance school marks 40 yearsJoyce Bennett opened her first dance school in Key Largo in June 1972. Now 40 years later, Joyce, husband Chet and daughter Leslie Bennett are celebrating the Joyce Bennett School of Dance and Performing Arts with a community performance set for Friday at 6 p.m. at the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center at mile marker 102.5. Her students have gone on to perform at Disney, Busch Gardens, Carnival Cruise Lines, Cirque Du Soliel in Orlando, New York City in "Les Miserables" and more. Among other things, she was the first woman to have a jazzercise/aerobics studio in the Florida Keys, back in the 1970s; create a Miss America extension for the Keys; worked with the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce in the 1980s to build a girls scholarship fund from the Miss Island Jubilee; and was on the planning board for the Coral Shores High School Performing Arts Center in 2001. She was the first one to bring ballroom to the Florida Keys. For more information and reservations about Friday's performance, call 852-5395, send an e-mail to Info.JoyceBennettDance@ Gmail.com or go to www.Wix.com/LeslieBen nett/Dance.Celebratory performance Friday nightKEY LARGOProgram takes a step back in timeBack by popular demand, a second photographic look at "Then and Now" in the Upper Keys will be presented in a free history program Monday. Historical and current images of Upper Keys places and buildings still in existence show how they have changed, said Jerry Wilkinson, president of the Historical Preservation Society of the Upper Keys. The 7 p.m. program, at the Key Largo library Community Room in Trade Winds Plaza, "will reverse the time element and show the location as it is now first, then back in time with older photos," Wilkinson said. Asimilar program in February drew praise from the audience, prompting an added presentation with the theme. Society member and photographer Loralea Carrera collaborated with Wilkinson to find the locations and attempt to replicate the historical images. "Because of new structures, it often was difficult to take the now photo from the same angle," Wilkinson said. The program is free and open to the public. Trade Winds Plaza is at mile marker 101.4 on Key Largo.Then-and-now photographs are presentedUPPER KEYS Photo courtesy JERRY WILKINSONThe old Doug's Grocery now is better known as the Sunshine Market,near the Tavernier Hotel.Historical and current images of Upper Keys places will be contrasted in a Monday program.LIVING BRIEFSCongregation walks the crossSpirit and Truth Ministries on Plantation Key enacts Jesus'walk to the crucifixation on Easter morning. Church members will carry a cross from the entrance to the Venetian Shores subdivision near Snake Creek starting at 9:30 a.m. The procession will head south, and end in time for members to attend the Matecumbe United Methodist Church's Easter service at 11 a.m. Members will gather at 9:15 a.m. at the Spirit and Truth building, mile marker 89.6, before heading to Venetian Shores.Saturday sale for scholarshipsAlpha Delta Kappa, a sorority for educators, holds a yard and bake sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday to raise money for Marathon High School scholarships. It's at the Bishop Building on U.S. 1 between 80th and 81st streets in Marathon. You can rents a space for $10. Contact C.M. Bishop at 395-0439.DAR members take on the Civil WarThe Keys chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meets for fellowship and lunch at 11:30 a.m. April 14 at Key Colony Inn restaurant in Key Colony Beach. Members will present stories about their ancestors at the time of the Civil War. If interested, contact Nancy Auten at biffbiff72@yahoo.com or 395-0943 by April 10 Membership is open to women 18 or who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution.Historian tracks West Martello pastThe Key West Garden Club will host historian Tom Hambright to discuss the history of the club's home, the West Martello Tower, at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, at the club, 1100 Atlantic Blvd. The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information, call Sandra McMannis a 294-9982.Caribbean concert for Haiti shelterKey West Performing Arts Co. and the Center of Prayer Ministries are sponsoring a Caribbean Easter celebration at 7 p.m. Friday in the Key West High School auditorium featuring gospel music from Alabanza d'Haiti, Nu Stars, Les Christophiles de Florida, Jackie Williams and Tammika Hines. Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Proceeds benefit a shelter for the homeless in Haiti. Tickets are available at Mo's Restaurant, 1116 White St.; MacArthur Music, 906 Kennedy Drive; or by calling (305) 7478412.Godspell'hits Coral Shores stageCoral Shores High School in Tavernier and the Cane Players Drama Club present "Godspell," the Broadway show from the 1970s, in five performances this month. The musical is based on the gospel of Matthew. The show, with 15 student actors, is planned for 7 p.m. Friday, Saturday and April 13 and 14; and 2 p.m. April 15. Tickets are $5.Save-A-Turtle needs surveyorsTurtle nesting season begins April 15 in the Florida Keys, and Save-ATurtle is looking for volunteer nesting surveyors for numerous beaches. They are Sea Oats Beach, Lower Matecumbe Key; Upper Matecumbe Key; West End, Long Key; Long Beach, Big Pine Key; Key Colony Beach; Boca Chica Beach; and Key West beaches. Surveyors must be trained and certified by the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Training is April 11 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Marathon Government Center. To find out more, call Rick Sall at 743-9629.Preschool hosting its Spring FairThe Key West Preschool Co-op is having its 24th annual Spring Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 9 at 2610 Flagler Ave., on the grounds of Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church. There will be live entertainment, an egg hunt, bounce house, face painting, crafts, petting zoo, land train, cotton candy, hot dogs, hamburgers and rides, including a giant slide and a roller coaster. The event will also feature a visit from the Easter bunny, with an opportunity to have your child's photo taken with him. Parents can purchase a $15 dollar wrist band for their child that includes unlimited rides, all games and crafts. Face painting and food are additional. Or you can pay as you go for $1 each per ride, game or craft. There will also be a raffle, with tickets costing $10. First prize is $3,000 cash, second prize is a weekend getaway.GIVING BACK Members of the Islamorada Fire Fighters Benevolent Association present to the Islamorada Baptist Church Food Bank the canned goods and donations received at the annual firefighters'pig-roast fundraiser.At the presentation are (from left) Nancy Monteleone,Russell Holmes,Janice Walsh,Bill Goldschmidt,Joyce Wynne, Jason Luna,James Ruggles,Travis Miner,Kathy Cavanagh, Janice Wilson and John Hermann.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,April 4,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 NOTICE OFINTENTION TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OFCOUNTYORDINANCENOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN TOWHOM ITMAYCONCERN that on Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at 3:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as may be heard, at the Harvey Government Center, 1200 Truman Avenue, 2nd floor, Key West, Florida, the Board of County Commissioners of Monroe County, Florida, intends to consider the adoption of the following County Ordinance:AN ORDINANCE BYTHE MONROE COUNTYBOARD OFCOUNTY COMMISSIONERS AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OFTHE MONROE COUNTY CODE BYELIMINATING SEC. 6-107 UNLAWFULUSES AND IMPROVEMENTS; ELIMINATING INSPECTION WHEN ABUILDING PERMITIS REQUESTED AS REQUIRED BYCHAPTER 2011-82 LAWS OF FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEALOFINCONSISTENTPROVISIONS; PROVIDING FOR TRANSMITTALTOTHE SECRETARYOFSTATE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION.Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such hearings or meetings, he will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.ADAASSISTANCE: If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to participate in this proceeding, please contact the CountyAdministrators Office, by phoning (305) 292-4441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. …5:00 p.m., no later than ten (10) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711ŽDated at Marathon, Florida, this 30th day of March, 2012. DANNYL. KOLHAGE, Clerk of the Circuit Court and ex officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Monroe County, Florida Published Keynoter 4-4-12 A A A A A A LOGO 88722 Error: 1 88722 3 x 4.0 (56.6863) 325653 HOW TO PLACE AD PROMO KEYNOTER>> K0190MISCELLANEOUS A A A A A A LOGO 88719 Error: 1 88719 2 x 2.0 (28.3333) 325653 ALL YOUR LEGAL ADS KEYNOTER>> K0190MISCELLANEOUS A A A A LOGO 88720 Error: 1 88720 1 x 3.0 (42.5098) 325653 NOTARIZED PROOF P KEYNOTER>> K0190MISCELLANEO U TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5 3 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A A A A d / 7601000 INTHECOUNTYCOURTIN A NDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CASENO:04CC194P A SSETACCEPTANCE,LLC Plaintiff, Vs. PRESTONCJENNINGS, Defendant, NOTICEOFSHERIFFSSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatunderandbyvirtueofa FinalSummaryJudgment enteredbytheCountyCourtin andforMonroeCounty,Florida onthe29thdayDecember, 2005,andbyvirtueofaWritof Executionissuedintheabove styledcauseonthe26thdayof October,2011,I,RobertP. Peryam,SheriffofMonroe County,Floridahavelevied uponandwillofferforsaleand selltothehighestbidderfor cash,subjecttoanymortgages orliensthereon,inthemorning onthe23rddayofApril,2012, at11:00A.M.atGuysTowing 99060OverseasHwy.,Key Largo,Florida,theinterestsof PRESTONCJENNINGS defendantinexecution,inthe followingdescribedproperty, subjecttoanyandallother liens,taxes,judgments,or encumbranceswhatsoever: SPECIFICDESCRIPTIONOF PROPERTY Vehicle: 2002VOLKSWAGEN EUROVAN VehicleIdentificationNo.: WV2MB47022H090881 DATEDthis19thdayofMarch, 2012. RobertP.Peryam,Sheriff MonroeCounty,Florida BY:RachelleGates, Supervisor CivilProcessDivision PublishMarch21,28,April4, 11,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7740500 NOTICEOFSALE FEDERALLIENCORP. will sellatPublicSaleatAuction thefollowingvesselstosatisfy lienpursuanttoChapter328.17 oftheFloridaStatutesonApr. 12,2012at10A.M. Lot / :B284651987STN1; Reg / FL3340NG;HullID / STN31250L687;Locatedat:A Boat4Fun,Inc.97951 OverseasHwy.POBox 370888,KeyLargo,FL33037 (305)852-2025;Owner: CAROLYNFAYRODGERS,4 GRASSYRD,KEYLARGO,FL 33037;Customer:CAROL RODGERS/JASONHALLER, 116GRANADAST, FAYETTEVILLE,AR72703; Lienholder:NONE;Lien A mount:$5,620.00 A nyperson(s)claimingany interest(s)intheabovevessels contact: FEDERALLIEN CORP.(954)384-7171 25%BuyersPremium *ALL AUCTIONSAREHELDWITH RESERVE* LIC / AB0000288 PublishMarch28,April4,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7728700 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16THJUDICIALCIRCUIT INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CASENO.: 2008-CA-000972-P WACHOVIAMORTGAGE, F.S.B.f/k/aWORLDSAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, v. CARIDADMARQUEZ,etal. Defendants. AMENDEDNOTICEOFSALE Noticeisherebygiven, pursuanttoFinalJudgmentfor thePlaintiffenteredinthiscase onFebruary28,2012inthe CircuitCourtofMonroe County,Florida,Iwillselltothe propertysituatedinMonroe County,Floridadescribedas: LOT13,INBLOCK7,OFKEY LARGOBEACH, A CCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK2ATPAGE 149OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA. andcommonlyknownas 33SEAGATEBLVD,KEY LARGO,FLORIDA33037; includingthebuilding, appurtenances,andfixtures locatedtherein,atpublicsale, tothehighestbidder,forcash, atKeyWestCourthouse,500 WhiteheadStreet,KeyWest, FL33040inat11:00AMonthe 10thdayofApril,2012. A nypersonsclaimingan interestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateof thelispendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale. Datedthis22dayofMarch, 2012. DANNYL.KOLHAGE,Clerk ClerkoftheCircuitCourt By:ShontaMcLeod DeputyClerk PublishMarch28,April4,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7880800 NOTICEOFSALE B.L.K.Storage givesnoticeof foreclosureoflienandintentto sellthisvesselon May1,2012 at11:00AMat : 79Industrial Rd.,BigPineKey,FL33043; pursuanttosubsection83.806 oftheFloridaStatues. B.L.K.Storagereservesthe righttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. 22BASSBOAT VIN / RNG119110681 PublishApril4,11,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7740200 INVITATIONTOBID NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVEBIDDERS thattheMonroeCountySchool Districtwillreceivebidsforthe following: ITBNO.506 HVACSERVICE CONTRACTORMIDDLE/UPPERKEYS FACILITIES RFQ/ITBNO.508 Y EARBOOKPUBLISHING A A SERVICES Biddocumentsmaybe requestedfromDemandStar bycalling1-800-711-1712or bygoingtothewebsite www.demandstar.comorby goingto www.keysschools.com.The publicrecorddocumentis availableatthePurchasing Department,241Trumbo Road,KeyWest,FL33040. A llbidsmustbereceivedonor before 2PMTuesday,April 17th,2012 specifiedinthebid documents.TheMonroe CountySchoolDistrict reservestheright,atitssole discretion,toacceptorreject anyandallbidsandtowaive informalitiesorirregularities whenitisinthebestinterestof theBoardtodoso. PublishMarch28,31,April4, 2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7772400 NOTICEOFACTION INTHECOUNTYCOURTIN ORFORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILACTIONNO 10CC158-P GeneralJurisdictionDivision INRE:CALUSA CAMPGROUND A SSOCIATION,INC. VS. FRANKHERRERA,JOSUE MENDEZ,ANDUNKNOWN TENANT TO:FRANKHERRERA, JOSUEMENDEZ,AND UNKNOWNTENANTIN POSSESSION NOTICEFORPUBLICATION YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIED thatanactiontoforeclosea mortgageonthefollowing propertyinMonroeCounty, Florida: Unit506ofCALUSA CAMPGROUND,a Condominium,accordingtothe DeclarationofCondominium thereofasrecordedinOfficial RecordsBook1589,atPage 476,ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty,Florida. Hasbeenfiledagainstyouand youarerequiredtoservea copyofyourwrittendefenses,if anytoitonDALEC. GLASSFORD,PAattorneyfor CALUSACAMPGROUND CONDOMINIUM A SSOCIATION,INC.,a Non-ProfitFloridaCorporation whoseaddressis12928SW 133COURT,MIAMI,FL33186 andfiletheoriginalwiththe clerkoftheabovestyledcourt onorbeforeMay4,2012 otherwiseadefaultwillbe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefprayedforinthe complaintorpetition. Thisnoticeshallbepublished onceaweekfortwo consecutiveweeksinTHE FLORIDAKEYSKEYNOTER. WITNESSmyhandandthe sealofsaidcourtatClerkofthe Court,88820Overseas Highway,Tavernier,FL33070 onthis26dayofMarch,2012. DannyL.Kolhage A sclerk,CircuitCourt Monroe,Florida ByRobinE.Readmond A sdeputyclerk PublishApril4,11,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 7836600 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo:12-DR-000356-K JulioJuarez Petitioner and DianaGonzalezVerdecia Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE To:DianaGonzalezVerdecia A ddressUnknown YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toitonJulio JuarezwhoseaddressisPO Box4901,KeyWest,FL.33041 onorbeforeMay8th,2012,and filetheoriginalwiththeClerkof thisCourtat500Whitehead St.,KeyWest,FL33040before serviceonPetitioneror immediatelythereafter.Ifyou failtodoso,adefaultmaybe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthepetition. Copiesofallcourtdocuments inthiscase,includingorders, areavailableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.Youmay reviewthesedocumentsupon request. YoumustkeeptheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsofficenotifiedof yourcurrentaddress.(Youmay fileNoticeofCurrentAddress, FloridaSupremeCourt A pprovedFamilyLawForm 12.915.)Futurepapersinthis lawsuitwillbemailedtothe addressonrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresultin sanctions,includingdismissal orstrikingsofpleadings. Dated:March29th,2012. DANNYL.KOLHAGE CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT By:MarisladyLopez DeputyClerk PublishApril4,11,18,25,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 7883700 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonMay2,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.1996CHEVROLET VIN:1GNDT13W0T2317615 PublishApril4,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7884200 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonApril30,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.2003VOLVO VIN:YV1VS27503F004963 2.BAYLINER NOVIN PublishApril4,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7884600 NOTICEOFSUBMISSION TOALLTHECITIZENSOF COLLIER,HARDEE, HENDRY,HILLSBOROUGH ANDMONROECOUNTIES, FLORIDA: TheStateofFloridahas submittedtotheUnitedStates DepartmentofJustice,for preclearanceasprovidedby Section5oftheVotingRights A ct,aplantoreapportionand A A redistrict40singlemember Senatorialdistrictsforthe electionofmembersofthe FloridaLegislature. 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Possible financing.305-942-3055 A A KEYLARGO Handicapped designParkModel.40x12fully furn,c-h/a.$15K.Lotrent$480. Brandnew.Adultsonly,pets under15lbs.305-451-2911 A A MM92Tavernier 2BR1.5BAFurnished Condo$1250permonth Includesallutilities 305-496-6491 A A CudjoeGardens/CudjoeKey Lotsforsale,80,on canal.Allpermits.Readyto build.$90,000. Willfinance. 305-942-3055 A A 21COBIA2009 CC,bimini,head,150HP Yamaha4stroke,lowhrs. Magictilttrailer,drystored, Mrthn.$26K.802-734-0585 252520XLPARKER 2004 With2004Yamaha225 4-stroke.Fullelectronics.Exc. Condition!CallSteve,at ShelterBayMarine,743-7008 25WORLDCAT2000 loaded, under400hrstwin115hp Yamahas4strokes,tandem trailer.$36,995OBO.Moving, mustgo.Frank305-342-2962 26REGALVALENTI96 350HPMerccruiser,1year old.Reallynicecabin,quite liveable!$7000.305-394-4347 29COMMERCIA LY&G 300HPJohnDeere,lowhours. Fishing&trappulling. Fullelectronics.$23Kobo. 305-522-2702,Islamorada 30HYDROCAT1998 2005300hptwinHPDIYam, hardtop,2-50galauxtanks. 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