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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Portion of title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 06-02-2012
Frequency: semiweekly[<1984-1997>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marathon (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Marathon
Coordinates: 24.726389 x -81.040278 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 31, no. 45 (Dec. 23, 1984).
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .6B Living . . . . . . .2B Business . . . . . .7A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .4AINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 2,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.44 25 CENTS In L'AttitudesKey West Pride,which runs June 6 to 10 in Key West,shows why we're One Human Family. 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c o a t in g t h e c o n f li c ts o r th e s o m e t im e s d if f ic u lt r o a d to th e e n d r e s u l t T h e f il m s h o w s t h e g r o u p s a s t r u e p a r tn e r s in t he p r o c e s s .Ž P r o d u c t i o n w a s m a d e p o s s ib l e b y h e l p f r o m T h e K e it h C a m p b e l l F o u n d a t io n f o r th e E n v i r o n m e n t, N a ti o n a l M ar i n e S a n c t u a r y F o u n d a t i o n a n d T h e L a z a r F o u n d a ti o n .Eco-Discovery Center hosts free film showingL  A t t i t u d e s S t a f fF IL M P h oto by M ich a el W e bsterA n e m o n e s a n d u r c h in p o p u l a t e in t e r t id a l z o n e .Documentaries capture the San Francisco scene and AIDS impactA I D S H e l p a n d T r o p i c C i n e m a a r e c o l l a b o r a t in g o n t h r e e f i l m s t o b e s h o w n a s p a r t o f t h i s y e a r s K e y W e s t P r i d e a c ti v i t ie s d e s d a y J u n e 6 a l s o b y W e i s s m a n t h a t f o c u s e s o n f i v e i n d i v i d u a ls a l l o f w h o m l i v e d i n S a n F ra n c i s c o p r e AI D S  B le n d in g a r c h i v a l f o o t a g e w i t h n e w i n te r v i e w s t h e re t r o s p e c t i v e i l l u m i n a t e s t h e u n im a g i n a b l e e m o t i o na l t o ll t h e p o l i t i c a l c o m p l e x i t i e s o f a s e x u a l l y t r a n s m i t t e d p l a g u e a n d th e r o l e o f w o m e n „ n o t a b l y l e s b ia n s „ o f c a r i n g f o r a c o m m u n i t y b e i n g r a v a g e d b y A I D S Ž A I D S H e l p p r o m o t e r s n o t e T h a t n i g h t, t h e a u d i e n c e c a n r e ma i n a f t e r t h e s c r e e n i n g f o r a S K Y P E q u e s t i o n a n d a n s w e r w i t hTropic Cinemas Pride Film Fest June 6-8F IL M S e e P r id e 5 B College boundTwo Coral Shores High football players sign to play on the college level,as does a Key West baseball player.Stories, 1B Mom:Bullying led to deathSheri Leitch of Key Largo says the constant pressures of bullying and the state-mandated Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests prompted her 13-year-old son to take his life on May 2. Shayne Ijames attended Key Largo School from second grade until June 2011. At that point, he moved to live with his father Michael Ijames in Port St. Lucie and enrolled in sixth grade at Southport Middle School. Leitch says her son, "a laid back surfer-type," succumbed to the institutionalized emphasis on test-taking and bullying from eighth-graders who called him gay because of his long blond hair. Ijames hanged himself. "One of them," Leitch says of her son's tormentors, "the very next morning after he died, texted him happy funeral'on his cell phone." "People need to know what's going on with their children. I never thought in a million years people would bully him. And the FCATs are killing our kids. You can ace school, be an honor-roll student, but if you're not a good test taker or need more time to take the test, you don't get to go to the next grade." An online "memories" page attached to Ijames'obituary gives a hint of what he went through. On May 12, Jorge Rameriz wrote: "Dear Shayne, I can't fight back tears while writing this but I wish I was there to stop you and defend you and stand up to those bullies who caused you death." Leitch says her son's former classmates see "just an empty seat and they don't understand what happened. But if it can happen to my child, a carefree, laid-back, wonderful kid, it can happen to anybody." In the 2005 edition of the Journal of Adolescent Health, doctors Matthew Aalsma and Marla Eisenberg conclude, "Up to three-quarters of young adolescents experience some type of bullying ... and up to one-third report more extreme experiences." "The psychological consequences of bullying are also significant: Victims of bullying have reported increased rates of depression, suicidal ideation and loneliness.... Bullying among peers, although common, is not acceptable social behavior among youth." Leitch says administrators at her son's school haven't addressed the issue and "just brushed it under the rug. They're acting like it never even happened." But Mike Lannon, superintendent of the St. Lucie County School District and a former Keys schools superintendent, said Shayne's father, the custodial parent, "has issued no concerns." He alsoFormer Key Largo School student hangs himself in Port St. LucieBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR YOUTHS IJAMES Father John Baker (above center) displays a proclamation designating his church,St.Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Key West,a minor basilica on Thursday.The designation by the Vatican recognizes the Truman Avenue church's historic and spiritual significance.There are just five basilicas in Florida and 73 in all of the United States.Each is considered the pope's home church if visiting that particular diocese.Story, 2APhotos by ANDY NEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAU Lionfish hunting now an industryThe arms race has escalated in the ongoing war against lionfish. Several dive-gear manufacturers now market pole spears, catch bags and other implements specifically designed to hasten the demise of the invasive reef fish that bristles with more than a dozen venomous spines. The Reef Environmental Education Foundation, a citizen-scientist organization headquartered in Key Largo, normally encourages its members to count not kill saltwater fish. But when it comes to the Pacific-native lionfish, REEF offers a package deal on puncture-proof gloves and catch bags to get the voracious and fast-breeding species out of South Atlantic waters. With no known natural predators in the Atlantic and a perpetual breeding cycle, lionfish numbers have escalated rapidly. The species can withstand a wide range of temperatures, eats anything that it can fit in its mouth and may live up to 15 years a recipe for disaster at the reef and all of its denizens. Staff from Quiescence Diving "brought in a 14-inch lionfish from The Elbow [reef] this morning," REEF General Manager Martha Klitzkle said Thursday, hefting the carcass from the center's lionfish-storage freezer. "You may not see as many lionfish out there because divers have been doing a pretty good job," Klitzkle said, "but they definitely are still out there." As the height of the summer dive season nears, lionfish-specific hunting gear has been a hot item at the Divers Direct store in Key Largo, said staffer Ron Spodnik, a divemaster. "People are sick and tired of seeing lionfish in our water," Spodnik said. "If we don't do anything to strip them off the reef, all you're going to see is lionfish." Atypical lionfish pole spear, such as those made by A Plus Marine Supply, have a shorter length of less than a yard, which makes it easier toSpecial gear is developed to snag themON THE WATERPAPAL PRESTIGE See Bully,2ACharterschool forMarathon?Middle Keys parents have the opportunity next week to learn how to set up a public charter school and get questions answered by an industry representative. Christian Cascone, southern U.S. director of real estate development for Imagine Schools, will be on hand June 6 at Kirk of the Keys Presbyterian Church, 8811 Overseas Highway (across U.S. 1 from Florida Keys Marathon Airport) beginning at 6 p.m. Imagine Schools is an Arlington, Va.,-based charter school management company operating campuses in 13 states, including Florida, and the District of Columbia. Rob Sasse, Imagine's South Florida vice president, says Cascone will gauge parent interest and report back. Melissa Hager, who homeschools two of her children, says area parents have expressed interest and the meeting is meant to test the waters. "Right now there's nothing in the works," she says. "It's purely just to talk about what level of interest there is in Marathon. Charter schools, spurred on by a cooperative Legislature and groundswell of parental support, draw funding from the state, passed through by the local school district for a 5 percent administrative fee. Charters are different from traditional public schools in that teachers are allowed to implement a variety of instructional and progression methods, and not bound by sometimes-restrictive teaching and reporting policies. There are six charters in the Keys, serving students from prekindergarten through high school: The Big Pine Academy, Key West Montessori, Key West Collegiate School, Sigsbee Charter in Key West, Ocean Studies in Tavernier and Treasure Village Montessori in Islamorada.SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWSeveral makers of dive shirts have added no-lionfish designs to raise awareness of the problem.Dave Horstein of Dive Dawg Apparel shows one example on display at a scuba trade show.See Lionfish,3A By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,June 2,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.86 79 SUN.88 79 MON.8881 TUES.8481 Forecast: 50% chance of thunderstorms through Sunday.Remaining overcast Monday and Tuesday. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming: Bahia Honda State Park (Sandspur). Smathers Beach,Key West.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 the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$59.53 in Florida and $56.16 out-of-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 BRIEFSClerk candidates at Thursday forumThe Tavernier Community Association hosts a forum for candidates for Monroe County clerk this Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge at mile marker 91.8 bayside, behind Froggy's Gym. The candidates will introduce themselves, answer questions each has submitted for all candidates to answer, be asked to address questions from the audience and then give a summary. WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) News Director Don Riggs M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 One and done forRepsol rigSpain's Repsol oil company said Tuesday it is "almost certain" to withdraw from exploration in Cuba after spending an estimated $150 million on a dry well and seeing far more profitable prospects in other countries such as Brazil and Angola. The drilling site was just 70 miles off Key West, prompting concerns in the Keys of a potential environmental disaster should the well leak like the DeepWater Horizon rig in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. The Repsol announcement was a blow to Cuba's hopes to strike it rich quickly, jump-start its stagnant economy and trim its dependence on Venezuelan subsidies, although another foreign company Malaysia's stateowned Petronas is drilling a separate test well and others have options to follow. "We won't do another well" in Cuba, Repsol Chairman Antonio Brufau said in presenting the company's 2012-16 business strategy at a news conference in Madrid on Tuesday. "The well we drilled turned out dry and it's almost certain that we won't do any more activity there." Petronas is drilling in a partnership with GazpromNeft of Russia in waters about 110 miles west of the Repsol lease. That well is expected to take four to five months and if it hits oil, it could quickly brighten Cuba's oil future. If not, further exploration in Cuban waters could suffer some significant delays, industry watchers say. Repsol spent about $150 million since 2000 exploring off Cuba's northern coast near Havana, with one well in 2004 that did not find oil "in commercial quantities" and the one this year that was dry, said Jorge Pinon, a longtime Cuba oil analyst with the University of Texas. Its combine with Statoil of Norway and ONGC of India also has an option to drill a third well later this year but clearly felt its money would be better spent in other countries with more profitable opportunities, Pinon said. "If you had $100 in your pocket, and I offer you Cuba, Brazil or Angola, which one would you take?" he said. "There are many other places around the world much more attractive to exploration." Pinon said the two bad wells are not realistic indications of whether Cuba in fact has crude deposits off its northern coast. The U.S. Geological Service has estimated the area has 5 billion barrels of crude, while Cuban officials have put the figure at 20 billion barrels. Lee Hunt, president of the International Association of Drilling Contractors, said that in the exploratory drilling industry, it is not unusual for four out of five wells to turn up dry. He likened the trade to gambling. But Repsol's withdrawal raised the critical question of how offshore exploration in Cuba can continue when only one platform in the world, Scarabeo-9, can operate there. The platform was built in Asia with less than 10 percent of U.S. equipment to sidestep Washington's embargo on the communist government. The Reporter contributed to this report.Spanish firm comes up dry in Cuba tryBy JUAN TAMAYO Miami HeraldOIL DRILLING Haz-mat training plannedDespite Spanish company Repsol deciding to abandon is exploratory oil drilling off Cuba,training to respond to an oil spill in the Florida Keys remains a priority. The Florida Keys Area Committee,comprising federal, state and local response agencies,has scheduled the next volunteer training for June 23 at the Marathon Government Center.It's open to anyone interested in volunteering during a major oil spill and a certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of the training. The training will provide participants with: An understanding of the roles of volunteers during an oil spill. Basic spill and hazardous substance terminology. An introduction to methods for identifying hazardous substances and the risks associated with them. Basic risk assessment techniques. An overview of personal protection equipment and clothing. Basic protection and decontamination procedures. As a part of the Florida Keys Area Committee,Monroe County Emergency Management is taking a lead role in developing a volunteer management program in collaboration with the U.S.Coast Guard and C oast Guard Auxiliary. Additional training will take place July 21 in Key Largo and Aug.18 in Key West.To find out more,call (888) 470-5566,Ext.4 or send an e.mail to keys.volun teers@yahoo.com.St. Mary officially a basilicaSt. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church, the oldest Catholic church in South Florida, on Thursday officially became a minor basilica, designated by the Vatican, with a mass and ceremony. Archbishop of Miami Thomas Wenski and Father John Baker of St. Mary presided over events that attracted more than 1,200 people to the church on Truman Avenue in Key West. Florida now has five minor basilicas and the U.S. 73. "Basilica" is a title bestowed on a church of historic and spiritual importance. As well as other attributes, St. Mary, built in 1846, is renowned for the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, erected in 1922 and said to protect Key West from serious hurricane impacts. "In naming a church a basilica, it is kind of making it like the Pope's church, so that if the Pope ever showed up in Key West, he could feel at home here at St. Mary Star of the Sea," Wenski said. The new basilica's coat of arms includes a conch shell, a symbol of the Florida Keys. The process of becoming a basilica involved responding to 120 questions in Latin and demonstrating the church's historical significance, architectural uniqueness and spiritual characteristics.Archbishop presides over ceremoniesRELIGIONsaid hadn't heard of Leitch, but she says she's tried repeatedly and unsuccessfully to reach district officials. Janice Karst, the district's spokeswoman, says "there is no documentation of any complaints at the school" and no law enforcement investigation. She says Leitch's allegations run "completely contrary to all indications from the school as well as the custodial parent, who has been in contact with the school principal since this tragedy, and according to the principal, told her he was happy with the school and found no fault with them." She added, "Acrisis intervention team went to the school on the day this tragedy came to light, as is protocol and no students, staff or any other adults came forward indicating there was any undue pressure on this child. He was described as a very pleasant young man who was well liked and had many friends." Michael Ijames, Shayne's father, took to FaceBook to express his feelings: "I am a wave emotion that flows from angry to sad to the normal me and then we start all over. His smile lifted my heart, his voice gave me hope and his life gave me pride. The very beat of my heart is gone and I know now how to replace it." Bullying is the topic of extensive national discourse, particularly with the recent release of the documentary "Bully." It depicts real-life bullying and its effects on young people, even profiling two students who took their own lives as a result. John Padget, a Key West resident and member of the state Board of Education, paid to have the film screened at the Tropic Cinema in Key West. Monroe County State Attorney Dennis Ward has worked with Keys schools to initiate an education system that helps identify bullying. And at Key West High School, freshman Morgan Denhart is working to start an anti-bullying club. Leitch says she's working to start a foundation, One Love named after Shayne's favorite Bob Marley song that would place "bullying ambassadors" in schools to provide a sort of peer mediation process. She has also set up a fund in her son's name at Capital Bank; donations will be used to purchase a headstone. On Sunday, Leitch is hosting a celebration of life at the Caribbean Club, mile marker 104 bayside in Key Largo, beginning at 4 p.m. and including a fish fry, live music and face-painting.District: We have no reportsFrom Bully,1A Manager likely to be chosen TuesdayDespite some lastminute wrangling, the Key West City Commission on Tuesday agreed to a list of four finalists to replace City Manager Jim Scholl and in the coming days will publicly vet those candidates before making a selection on Tuesday. When the commission met this week, Commissioner Clayton Lopez wanted to add Phyllis Tynes-Saunders to the short list for consideration. She directs the MiamiDade County Department of Human Services. Lopez wanted her added despite advice from City Attorney Shawn Smith not to include candidates who don't meet the minimum advertised qualifications; a screening by consultant Colin Baezinger that spelled out why TynesSaunders shouldn't be included; and a contrary decision by a commissionappointed screening committee. Through an e-mail and petition drive, Lopez's District 6 constituents pushed to get TynesSaunders in the mix. "I'm actually just asking for consideration of Ms. Tynes-Saunders," he said, "because of the fact she, in my opinion, actually her qualifications meet the requirements that the commission set down." The job description calls for five years of experience at the top level of a local government. Baezinger judged Tynes-Saunders' two-plus decades with Miami-Dade as incomparable. Tynes-Saunders'mother even addressed commissioners, asking for support for her daughter. The final 4-3 vote came down with Lopez and commissioners Tony Yaniz and Billy Wardlow on the losing side. Commissioner Teri Johnston said the whole discussion was "diluting the process. We have [four] highly, highly qualified candidates in front of us. These people not only met but exceeded the criteria in every single category." The finalists are: Thaddeus Cohen, assistant city manager andCommunity Redevelopment Agency director for Pensacola from 2008 to 2011 and secretary of the state Department of Community Affairs from 2004 to 2007. Gary La Venia, township manager of Maple Shade, N.J., since 2010. Craig Lonon, retired but with more than 30 years experience as a city manager in Harlingen, Cedar Park, Conroe, Corsicana, Levelland and DeSoto, all in Texas. Bob Vitas, former city manager of Lake Zurich, Ill., Lewiston, Maine, and Menasha, Wis. Apublic meet-and-greet with the four finalists was scheduled for Friday night at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort. Today, the commission will conduct public interviews in a workshop beginning at 2 p.m. in Old City Hall on Green Street. Tuesday in a special meeting starting at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall, commissioners are scheduled to make a final decision. There was an initial pool of 80 vying to replace Scholl, whose $180,000 annual contract expires on July 1; he decided to not seek renewal after five years in the job.Today,public can sit in the interviewsSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WEST Diver dies off Keys An Illinois diver who disappeared on a Thursday trip from Tavernier was found dead 26 hours later. The body of Raymond Lent, 62, of Oswego was recovered around 12:30 p.m. Friday, miles from the dive site at Davis Ledge where he was last seen. Lent was traveling to the Upper Keys with a group that booked a morning trip from the Florida Keys Dive Center. Lent's dive buddy told Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputies that the two submerged at Davis Ledge, about five miles off northern Plantation Key. When Lent had trouble submerging, his buddy suggested that Lent return to the dive boat Little Dipper. The buddy kept an eye on Lent and saw him "swim toward the boat on the surface." The buddy then descended to join the group. When the group later surfaced, the buddy discovered Lent was not aboard. The boat crew made a quick search and sent out a mayday call. Boats and aircraft from the Sheriff's Office, U.S. Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Department's dive team joined the search but found no sign of Lent. When Lent's body was found mid-day Friday, it was 15 miles out to sea and 10 miles north of Davis Ledge. ACoast Guard boat brought the body to shore. An autopsy will be performed by the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office.Illinois man disappears off Davis LedgeUPPER KEYSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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Kirk of the KeysOverseas Highway at 89th Street Marathon € MM 51.5 € 743-4256Staffed Childrens Sunday School & NurserySunday Services 9 a.m. Contemporary€11 a.m. Traditionalwww.kirkofthekeys.com Drugs seized in Key Largo raidAKey Largo man was arrested on drug-dealing charges Thursday after an early-morning raid on his Rose Place home. Andre Durrive, 25, was charged with possessing cocaine with intent to distribute as a result of the 6:30 a.m. raid involving Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputies and U.S. Border Patrol agents, says a Sheriff's Office report. "Asearch of the residence turned up 12.9 grams of cocaine prepackaged for sale and 5.1 grams of marijuana, also prepackaged," agency spokeswoman Becky Herrin said. Scales, $812 in cash, plastic bags and items commonly used to dilute cocaine were seized. Durrive also was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Liza Lopez, 36, who lives with Durrive in the house off mile marker 101.5, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. It was the second Upper Keys arrest on drug-distribution charges this week. For more on this story, go to www.keysnet.comMore found during probe into crashUPPER KEYSRural Health the big winnerin grant fundingWhen the Monroe County Human Services Advisory Board met Tuesday to hand out $1.75 million in fiscal year 2012-13 grants to Keys nonprofits, the big winner was the Rural Health Network. That agency is recommended to received $300,000, $27,600 less than it received this year. The County Commission gets the final say but usually goes with the board's advice. Twenty-nine agencies applied for money. The only other ones to get triple-digit funding were Wesley House Family Services ($160,000), Florida Keys Children's Shelter ($159,000), Monroe Association of ReMARCable Citizens ($155,000) and Hospice of the Florida Keys/Visiting Nurse Association ($141,000). Two agencies received no money: The Southernmost Homeless Assistance League and the Bahama Village Music Program, which was one of two agencies applying for the first time. The other was the Anchors Aweigh Club, a Key West 12-step recovery program; it received $2,200. Agencies receiving funding provide a gamut of services, from the Grace Jones Day Care Center in Marathon ($40,000) to the Good Health Clinic Tavernier ($63,000) to the Literacy Volunteers of America ($10,000). The Human Services Advisory Board prioritized funding for groups that: Use grants to leverage outside funding. Do not duplicate existing services. Demonstrate need for services. Demonstrate sound financial management The nonprofits are placed into one of three categories and weighted percentages are assigned as a guideline to funding. Medical services receive roughly 65 percent, while core social services receive 30 percent and qualityof-life improvement 5 percent. 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Saturday,June 2,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com Notice is hereby given:Por este medio:Jesus Galindo Mary Nowak Dennis Scott Kathleen Carroll Lenee Lerczak-Molino 99610 Overseas Hwy 1300 15th Ct, Lot 61 270 Avenue F2510 Harris Ave 88005 Overseas Hwy Key Largo, Fl 33037 Key West, Fl 33040 Key West, Fl 33040 Key West, Fl 33040 Islamorada, Fl 33036You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections, in Key West, Florida, no later than thirty (30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Monroe County Supervisor of Elections 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Se le notifica que se ha cuestionado su aptitud para votar. Usted tiene la obligacin de comunicarse con el Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe en Cayo Hueso, Florida, a ms tardar treinta (30) das despus de la fecha de esta publicacin. No responder tendr por resultado una determinacin por parte del Supervisor de la ineptitud suya para votar, por lo que se sacar su nombre del sistema de inscripciones electorales del Estado. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Published Keynoter 6-02-12 Convicted dog beater gets nine monthsAKey Largo man convicted last week of animal cruelty for severely beating his dog Bubba in 2010 is out on bond pending his appeal. Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia granted Noah Mitchell, 35, a bond of $10,000 Wednesday morning so he can stay out of custody until the appeal is decided. The appeal process typically takes anywhere from a year to a year and a half, said Assistant State Attorney Terri Hunnewell, prosecutor in the case. Ajury convicted Mitchell of felony animal cruelty on May 23 after six hours of deliberation. Animal cruelty is a third-degree felony. Garcia sentenced Mitchell to nine months. Mitchell also cannot own pets, and must undergo a psychiatric evaluation and perform eight hours of community service a month for five years. He also cannot consume alcohol for five years. Garcia also ordered Mitchell to pay $820 in court costs. Mitchell's attorney, Donald Barrett, said much of the appeal is based on two objections in Hunnewell's case. Barrett said that during closing arguments to jurors, Hunnewell misstated the burden of proof and definition of reasonable doubt. Barrett objected but Garcia allowed Hunnewell to continue. Also, Barrett said one of the veterinarians who testified about the extent of the dog's injuries was discussing "matters outside of her expertise." The testimony was critical to the case because the veterinarian said the dog's injuries were too serious to have been caused accidentally. Mitchell was convicted of beating his then 8-moth-old Labrador retriever during a barbecue on Oct. 3, 2010, that was attended by at least two other people. Police and prosecutors say Mitchell was angry with Bubba for grabbing a steak from the kitchen counter of his Pimlico Lane home. Hunnewell said Mitchell dropped, kicked and punched Bubba. Mitchell never denied injuring the dog but insists it wasn't intentional. Bubba had collapsed lungs, a damaged larynx and six fractured ribs. One veterinarian said the dog's injuries were consistent with being dropped from a two-story building or being hit by a car. Bubba is now living with someone else.But Mitchell remains free on appealBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comIN THE COURTSWanted: Red-snapper information for researchA40-day recreational season for red snapper in Gulf of Mexico waters opened Friday, and state biologists want anglers to tell them about their catches. "By filling out a survey card or making a phone call, anglers can provide Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists valuable information about red snapper and other reef fish," agency spokeswoman Amanda Nalley said. Of particular interest will be red snapper found with red or orange tags near the fish's dorsal fin. "FWC biologists have been tagging and releasing reef fish such as snapper and grouper in the Gulf of Mexico since 2009 to evaluate fish survival after recreational anglers catch and release these species," Nalley said. "With every report of a tagged fish, researchers gain a better understanding of the rate of survival after these fish are released." Surveyors will visit several Gulf coast marinas and docks during the 40-day season for Gulf red snapper that runs through July 10. The season covers state and federal waters north of the Keys, and state waters in the Atlantic. Federal waters on the Atlantic side are closed. In Monroe County, U.S. 1 generally divides the stock of Atlantic and Gulf red snapper. "As long as they head out into the gulf side, they should be fine," Nalley said. Anyone who catches a red snapper can request a postage-paid survey card in the mail by e-mailing their name and address to FishStats@MyFWC.com. Desired information includes "where a red snapper is caught and released, type of fishing equipment used, the size of the fish and its condition." Gulf red-snapper stocks are considered to be improving but managers still want to see more breeding-age red snapper in the fishery before they declare it to be sustainable. "Red snapper are estimated to live more than 50 years but the current stock consists primarily of fish that are only a few years old," according to the FWC. "Older fish are the key to rebuilding the population, because older female red snapper produce more eggs than younger females." In other fishery news, the statewide season on Atlantic snook and Gulf of Mexico amberjack closed Friday. Harvesting snook has been prohibited in the Keys since a January 2010 cold snap killed untold numbers of the state's prized game fish. The FWC will discuss the current status of snook at its board meeting June 27 and 28 meeting in West Palm Beach.FWC asking anglers for catch reportsKEYS FISHINGJara in running for two jobsAs the Monroe County School Board closes in on selecting the next schools chief, Superintendent Jesus Jara, in the running to keep his job, is also keeping his options open. Jara, formerly a principal in the Springfield (Mass.) Public Schools system, is one of two finalists for the top job in that district. Jara is also on a list of five finalists being considered for the Florida Keys job. Whittled from an initial pool of 56 applicants, a 22-person superintendent search committee, meeting in Marathon on Wednesday, selected its top five and passed those recommendations to the School Board. They are: Thomas Gay, a principal administrator for a Broward County private school. Shannon Goodsell, superintendent of Tahlequah (Okla.) Public Schools in Tahlequah. Jara, appointed by Gov. Rick Scott. Mark Porter, superintendent of South Washington County (Minn.) Schools. Edward Shine, superintendent of the Rye (N.Y.) City School District. Azell Cavaan, chief communications officer for Springfield Public Schools, says as part of that district's process, three members of the School Committee will travel to Key West to evaluate Jara on June 8. She says that will be followed by an interview in Massachusetts on June 18, with a committee selection coming by June 30. "They haven't discussed a start date." In the Keys, the advertised start date is Aug. 1, with a salary of between $125,000 and $150,000; Jara earns $135,000. This is the first time the Keys superintendent will be hired by the board rather than elected; voters made the change in a countywide referendum in 2010. Jara has said he applied for the Springfield job because he is working here without a contract and would like job security; he has a wife and three children who never moved to the Keys from Miami-Dade County. The School Board will make its final decision June 28 at a meeting beginning at 5 p.m. at Coral Shores High School in Tavernier. That session will be preceded by three days of meet-and-greets with the applicants and their spouses, the times and locations of which are being worked out.Superintendent slots in Keys, MassachusettsBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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Opinion & EditorialSaturday,June 2,2012 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. EDITORIALThe feds get it right on votingFlorida has been going in the wrong direction when it comes to regulation reform'On two fronts, federal officials on Thursday told Florida its efforts at voting "reforms" are flawed and in fact disenfranchise voters rather than bring more voters into the process. In one, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle issued an injunction barring the state from requiring groups that conduct voter registration drives to submit the voters'applications to elections officials within 48 hours of filling them out. Under previous law, independent groups had 10 days to submit the applications, and Hinkle effectively said the previous window opens the door for more voters to get involved. He was scathing in his rebuke of the 48-hour rule, which the Legislature passed last year: "If the goal is to discourage voter-registration drives and thus also to make it harder for new voters to register, the 48-hour deadline may succeed," Hinkle wrote. "But if the goal is to further the state's legitimate interests without unduly burdening the rights of voters and voter registration organizations, 48 hours is a bad choice." We couldn't have said it better. In fact, we continue scratching our collective heads at the concept that allowing less time to submit voter registrations and shortening the number of days for early voting also new from the Legislature last year somehow increases voter participation. The judge got it right. The state might appeal but if it does, we hope a higher court finds the same way Hinkle did that voter suppression isn't legal. On the second front, the Justice Department's lead civil-rights lawyer, T. Christian Herren Jr., wrote a two-page letter to the state Thursday telling it to quit purging the voting rolls of noncitizens. The Miami Herald wrote: "So far, Florida has flagged 2,700 potential noncitizen voters and sent the list to county elections supervisors, who have found the data and methodology to be flawed and problematic. The list of potential noncitizen voters many of whom have turned out to be lawful citizens and voters disproportionately hits minorities, especially Hispanics." Under the Voting Rights Act of 1965, Florida voting law can't be changed without federal approval because five counties including Monroe discriminated against minority voters in the past. Any change even for local elections must get federal approval. Herren said that hasn't happened. Florida's been on the cutting edge when it comes to voting but on the wrong side. Rather than open the process, it's incrementally gutting it. It's too bad we need the feds to police our voting rights. But it's necessary, as Thursday's actions show. Recognize this? It's the largest resort in the Florida Keys but back then,in 1970,it was the 100-room Indies Inn.Now it's Hawks Cay Resort on Duck Key, featuring rooms,suites and villas,along with a dolphin attraction,huge marina and much more.Developer Bryan Kirk opened the Indies Inn in January 1960. A month later,it got its own post office,housed in a 5-foot-by-5-foot converted tiled bathroom in the hotel's executive office area.The resort's post office closed that September after Hurricane Donna struck.Photo courtesy FLORIDA STATE ARCHIVESCELEBRATING OUR PAST LETTERS TO THE EDITORRetain band stipendsI am the proud parent of current and former Coral Shores High School marching, concert and jazz band students. I have been involved with the band boosters for many years, having recently served two years as Upper Keys Hurricane Band Booster president, a job now held by Wayne Carter. There are eight band parents on the booster board and we endeavor all year to support the extremely underfunded band and color guard so they can remain intact and successful. Having worked closely with both Robert Sax and Deborah Miller, our band and color guard directors, I have intimate knowledge of the tremendous amount of time, dedication, energy and money the marching band program at Coral Shores requires of them, all outside of school. The marching band does not practice during school. Neither does the color guard. I am ceaselessly amazed at their ability to perform this feat year after year for very little reward. Obviously, they do it for the love of their calling, their profession and the love of the kids. But they do have a legitimate need to be compensated and their stipend barely covers the expenses placed upon them to travel to and from school for rehearsals, not to mention their time. I think Wayne Carter broke it down that Robert Sax barely makes $5 per hour for the time he puts in. This is under minimum wage. He is a professional and has taken, along with Ms. Miller, the band program, and the marching band in particular, to a new award-winning level that was never achieved before. Mr. Sax and Ms. Miller act as mentor, aunt, uncle and parent figure when the kids need them on a daily basis. During marching season, June to November, this group of kids bonds and learns leadership, teamwork and other life skills like they never would. Please do not deny the after-school stipends at Coral Shores for Mr. Robert Sax or Ms. Deborah Miller and sacrifice such a worthwhile program for so many. Joan Teach IslamoradaConch football:ProblemsIt was a travesty to see the spring football game between our Key West High School Conchs and South Dade. After coaching in the high school ranks for the past 30 years, I was able to get some film from area coaches and view the play that took place. What I viewed was a Conch team running a very complex offense that even members of the U.S. Naval Academy team have problems running until their senior year. In my 30 years of coaching, from the Pop Warner ranks to the professional ranks, the K.I.S.S concept (keep it simple, stupid) is always a good method to use when you introduce a new style of offense or defense. However, with the new head coach, a very complicated system was installed, one in which I am sure the more experienced and more qualified applicants who put in for the position would not have done. But due to friendships in the administration, this is what the athletes at Key West High will have to endure through the whole 2012-13 season. I have also never heard or seen in my 30 years of coaching an initial camp with 74 athletes that dwindled down to 34. Shouldn't red flags be waving that there is a problem? In any case, my stomach aches, as do those among other Key Westers in seeing what the 2012-13 season will bring against even more competitive teams the Conchs will play against. The only ones who suffer are the athletes, and it is all because of friendship. It is just so sad to see this in Key West, where sports were held in such high regards and our football teams were always producing quality athletes and great wins for the town. Ken Pickens Lake MaryTurtles get a boostI would like to thank Cabana Breezes, Chris, April and the staff for hosting the World Turtle Day celebration. It was a great fundraiser; we raised $3,000 to be split between Save-A-Turtle and the Turtle Hospital. Thank you to all of the local raffle donors and everyone that attended to make this night a huge success. Rick Sall Save-A-Turtle of the Florida Keys MarathonSlow for Key deerPlease slow down on Big Pine Key. Scott Dehmler was with his wife Della when they noticed an injured Key deer that seemed to be hit by a car and was dazed on the side of the road. Scott called the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and Big Pine Fire Department to help with the injured animal. Scott sat with the deer to keep her from going into the road until she could be helped by the FWC. Della and Scott would like everyone to slow down. Debbie Apolinario Deerfield Beach Scott Dehmler cradles the deer until help arrives.Peary Court now in fluxFaced with a clear indication the Key West City Commission favors setting aside a percentage of housing as affordable at Peary Court, the would-be private purchasers of the military housing neighborhood on Tuesday withdrew a request for a preliminary development agreement. White St. Partners LLC is under contract to buy the 157unit, 23-acre Old Town parcel from Southeast Housing LLC, the U.S. Navy's private housing partner. David Paul Horan, a Key West attorney representing Southeast, says applying an affordable set-aside 30 percent is the number considered in the city's comprehensive plan and discussed by commissioners would diminish the value of the property some $5 million or $8 million, prompting him to consider litigation. No one's revealed a purchase price, but some estimates have Peary Court going for $25 million to $30 million. Last month, Thomas Beck, director of the state Department of Economic Opportunity's Division of Community Development, said Peary Court is not subject to the 30 percent set-aside. But in November, another DEO staffer, Rebecca Jetton, said the 30 percent rule does apply. City Attorney Shawn Smith and City Planner Don Craig say the latest DEO interpretation could be challenged. As is common in discourse involving military affairs, Horan wasted no time in playing the patriotism card. "Our service personnel should have homes of the same quality as comparable homes of non-military housing," he says. "The sale of Peary Court will ensure that our service members will continue to receive new and improved housing." Blocking the sale "would take $5 to $8 million away from housing for naval personnel and their families. I'm asking you to thank our naval personnel for their service to our country." Of the threat of litigation: "You have a fine city attorney that you should speak with privately and discuss the city's chances of enforcing affordability and defending a takings case under the Bert Harris Act; the cost could be great and the chances of prevailing slim." The Bert Harris Act, passed in 1995, allows a cause of action if property owners can demonstrate government action "inordinately burdens" their property, for instance, a substantial diminution of value. The state Division of Corporations indicates White St. Partners comprises Miami real estate moguls Paulo Melo and Nelson Stabile, and Everett Atwell, the former CEO of the Cortex Cos. White St. representative Ralf Brookes, an attorney from Cape Coral who used to live in Key West, says his client understands the importance of affordable housing at Peary Court but does not want to be bound by a specific number or percentage. "I've never had conditions on a negotiation. It's very difficult if you put parameters on your framework for negotiating out front. It's saying I'm not going to the room unless you do these things." With that, White St. withdrew its request for a development agreement.Southeast withdraws initial planBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WESTMate caught with undersize dolphinAn Islamorada charterboat mate who tossed undersized dolphin off a resort dock Wednesday was arrested by a state fishery officer. Donald A. Ross, 24, was charged with interfering with a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer. Officer Jason Rafter said in his report that while looking at the charter dock at the Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina at Holiday Isle, he saw what appeared to be undersized dolphin on a rack. As Rafter approached the charter boat Phoebe the officer said Ross "started grabbing undersized dolphin off the spikes and dropping them in the water." Ross, who listed a North Carolina address, reportedly threw at least one fish into the water after Rafter shouted at him to stop. Rafter seized two remaining dolphin, well below the species'20-inch fork-length size limit, as evidence. Lobster chargesStock Island resident Yoao Noa Vega, 41, was arrested on four misdemeanors, including interfering with an FWC officer, after a Memorial Day incident in Safety Harbor. Noa Vega, seen snorkeling with a speargun Monday, reportedly denied having any fish when questioned by FWC Lt. Roy Payne. Payne borrowed Noa Vega's mask and fins, then searched the bottom. Payne came up with two speared lobster. Noa Vega was cited for possessing two speared and undersized lobster in a closed season.Keynoter StaffCRIME FRONT

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As economic prognosticators get more anxious, Floridians feel more optimistic. Consumer confidence improved across the state this month, the University of Florida reported Tuesday, even as a national survey showed spreading gloom. The difference may lie in how the questions are asked, but also highlight the new sense of iffy-ness surrounding the current recovery. "The sky isn't falling. It's a recovery running into some headwinds," said Sean Snaith, an economist at the University of Central Florida. The UF survey came out the same day that the New York-based Conference Board reported a sharp drop in its national survey of consumer confidence. Part of the difference may come from the surveys themselves. UF pollsters ask questions focused on personal finance and economic conditions, while the Conference Board asks about job prospects and business conditions. Apreliminary sampling by UF this month put the confidence index at 77, three points higher than in April and nine points higher than a year ago. Both represent significant increases, and put the index just under the postrecession high of 78 reached in April 2010. The three-point gain in UF's confidence index comes after three months of declines. It also coincides with a growing economic crisis in Europe that analysts warn could reverse the rebound under way in the United States. Investors are becoming more anxious, leading to some ugly days on Wall Street in recent weeks. The Dow Jones stock index see-sawed its way to a 125-point gain Tuesday, even as fears of a banking meltdown in Spain sent cut into the day's bullishness. Washington also is causing anxiety as economists warn of another recession if mandated spending cuts take effect next year as part of a debt-reduction plan. The cuts only take effect if Congress and the White House can't work out another solution. Chris McCarty, head of polling for UF, noted the European and Washington issues probably aren't yet showing up in the UF survey, but could cause another reversal in confidence if the global news doesn't improve in the coming weeks and months. Statewide, the numbers look encouraging. Florida's unemployment rate is down from 9.4 percent to 8.7 percent in the past six months, and most counties are also seeing employers adding jobs. The Federal Reserve released its state-by-state index of leading economic indicators, and the report showed Florida's economy was likely to grow by more than 1 percent through October. The UF questions are the same used by the University of Michigan's index of national consumer confidence. Unlike its counterpart at the Conference Board, the Michigan survey showed confidence at a five-year high in May. Spending questions can make the UF survey and Michigan surveys more sensitive to gas prices, which have been falling in recent months. "I understand why people are feeling better off," survey director Chris McCarty said. "Gas plays into it a lot." Regular gasoline costs about 3.47 cents a gallon in Florida, 33 cents less than it did a month ago, according to AAA. Saturday,June 2,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com Published Keynoter 06/02/12NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that on Thursday,June 7,2012 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm, the Monroe County Planning Department and the Florida Keys Scenic Corridor Alliance (FKSCA) will meet at the Marathon Government Center, 2nd Floor Board Room, 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon, FLfor: FLORIDA KEYS SCENIC CORRIDOR ALLIANCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGThe meeting will include a discussion of the Florida Keys Scenic Highway and administrative functions of the FKSCA. FKSCAmembers and members of the general public are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact Trish Smith, Monroe County Transportation Planning Manager, at (305) 304-0412.ADA ASSISTANCE :If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to participate in this proceeding, please contact the County Administrator's Office, by phoning (305) 292-4441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m., no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711Ž.Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if a person decided 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. Photo by ANDY NEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAUPresenters take a break at the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and Key West's annual hurricane preparedness workshop for the tourism industry on Tuesday at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort in Key West.They are (from left) Jon Rizzo,National Weather Service;Irene Toner,Monroe Country Emergency Management;Fred Johnson,Key West weather; Heather Carruthers,Fair Insurance Rates for Monroe;Bill Read,retiring National Hurricane Center director;Diane Schmidt and Jodi Weinhofer,Lodging Association;Rebecca Jetton,state Department of Economic Opportunity;and Dean Walters, spokesman for the North Roosevelt Boulevard reconstructionproject.GETTING STORM READY BusinessConsumer confidence upFeds indicate state's economy likely to growBy DOUGLAS HANKSdhanks@MiamiHerald.com MONEY MARKETPLACE RECENT REAL ESTATE SALESSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 104 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period May 20, 2012 May 26, 2012.Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling Office, AddressListedSoldListedListing AgentSelling Agent Big Pine Key 29169 Iroquois St.$729,000$675,000113P rudential Knight & Gardner/Benton LangleyC oldwell Banker Schmitt/Nira ToccoCudjoe Key 408 Sawyer Dr.$559,000$475,000231Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Diane CorlissColdwell Banker Schmitt/Diane Corliss 701 Spanish Main Dr.$345,000$290,00075Waterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerDuck Key 7042 Harbor Village Dr.$359,900$350,000260Hawks Cay Resort Sales/Lissete CordovaMarathon Vacation.com R.E./Joe TownsendKey Colony Beach Coury Dr.$899,000$774,000629Coldwell Banker Schmitt R.E./Lela LelaKey Colony Beach Rlty/S. Smith, R. Haase 980 Shelter Bay Dr.$2,350,000$1,925,000179Coldwell Banker Schmitt R.E./Lela LelaRealty World Freewheeler/Jen Lear 21 Sadowski$384,900$370,00087Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Samuel WilliamsKey Colony Beach Realty/Lynn GoodwinKey Largo 92550 Overseas Hwy.$149,000$150,000394Vaughn Realty & Assoc./Jo GunthnerVaughn Realty/Jo Gunthner, Sheila Lange 300 2nd Trace$245,000$230,000369C oldwell Banker Schmitt/Maryann Warren Marr Properties/Joy Martin 104350 Overseas Hwy.$359,000$319,500220Barbara Eads Realty/Barbara EadsShoreline Properties/Faye Saenger 112 Old Fashion Rd.$750,000$685,000195Marr Properties/Terry CantoMarr Properties/Terry Canto 114 Ocean Shores Dr.$599,000$507,500166Barbara Eads Realty/Barbara EadsColdwell Banker Schmitt/Gloria Walters 114 Long Key Rd.$319,900$335,000121C oldwell Banker/Charlotte Porter, Jan KellerCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Lucy Doyle 126 Harbor Dr.$89,900$80,90044Century 21 Schwartz/Loretta LawrenceCentury 21 Schwartz/Loretta Lawrence 110 1st St.$222,900$220,00037Royal Palm Real Estate/Roxanne JeghersAmerican Caribbean R.E./Mykael Marinelli 917 LaPaloma Rd.$229,000$210,00020Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Gloria WaltersAmerican Caribbean R.E. Co./Kelly Shaw Lot 10 Dove Lake$45,000$45,0001 Realty World Freewheeler/Claire Johnson Realty World Freewheeler/Claire JohnsonKey West 105 Front St.$995,000$900,0001072Compass Realty/Megan BehmkeCentury 21 All Keys/Ralph Sanchez 2601 Roosevelt Blvd.$235,000$235,000112 Exit Rlty Old Island Key West/Karem KramerB each Club Brokers/Dawn Thornburgh 727 Eaton St.$1,795,000$1,600,000210Truman & Co./Lynn KaufeltTruman & Co./Roger Emmons 616 Caroline St.$452,000$428,000149Truman & Co./Terri SpottswoodTruman & Co./Melissa Krabill 2333 Fogarty Ave.$358,000$331,000144ICAMCO Real Estate/William RobbinsSchwartz Property Sales/Sandra Tuttle 3535 Northside Ct.$399,000$375,000143Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Barbara CrespoSellstate Island Properties/Steven Eid 3314 Northside Dr.$180,000$180,000116Preferred Properties/Kirksten IrickPreferred Properties/Kirksten Irick 305 Grinnell St.$211,900$211,900101Conch Realty/Dasha RayBascom Gr ooms Real Estate/Bascom Grooms 513 Whitehead St.$1,500$14,40070Pr udential Knight & Gardner/Knight, GardnerPrudential Knight & Gardner/Knight, Gardner 811 Washington St.$655,000$655,00069Preferred Properties/Kirksten IrickPreferred Properties/Gary Thomas 620 Thomas St.$450,000$420,00055Compass Realty/J. Michael CaronCompass Realty/Michele Grahl 195 Golf Club Dr.$649,000$650,00047Compass Realty Branch/Robin MitchellCompass Realty/Robin Mitchell 1403 Catherine St.$750,000$750,00032Par adise Real Estate in KW/Barbara AndersonPreferred Pr operties/Gary ThomasMarathon 5 Avenue F$830,000$750,00094Coldwell Banker Schmitt R.E./Rick ServaisMarathon Vacation.com R.E./Jo Ann Cook 11999 2nd Gulf Ave.$159,000$147,500139Key Colony Beach Rlty./Lynn GoodwinKey Colony Beach Realty/Lynn Goodwin 227 South Anglers Dr.$410,000$375,000609 Exit Realty Fla Keys/P. Morgan Hill, P. NardoneExit Realty Fla Keys/P. Morgan Hill, P. Nardone 423 Sombrero Beach Rd.$289,000$250,000339RE/MAX Keys To The Key/Team WilkinsonExit Realty Florida Keys/Derrick Johnson 9 Sombrero Blvd.$176,000$150,000191C oldwell Banker Resident./Jennifer Thomson Exit Realty Florida Keys/Ben Daniels 20 Kyle Way West$60,000$55,00074Exit Realty Florida Keys/James ChaplinColdwell Banker Schmitt/Samuel Williams 105 Sunset Dr.$642,900$664,77569B enham R.E. Group of SW Fl./William NunezI sland Breeze Rlty./David Grego 10703 & 05 2nd Ave.$84,900$102,50041 Realty World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell Realty World Freewheeler/Claudette MellPlantation Key 127 Valencia Dr.$999,995$915,000696American Caribbean R.E./Leslie LeopoldRE/MAX Keys Properties/Jennifer Miller 88540 Overseas Hwy.$249,000$225,000501Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Robert SkeelAmerican Caribbean R.E./Leslie Leopold 125 Lake Rd.$695,000$605,000368C oldwell Banker/Charlotte Porter, Jan KellerKeyes C ompany/Elizabeth Carrier 87851 Old Hwy.$599,000$580,000322Century 21 Schwartz Realty/Eric JohnsonCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Eric Johnson 285 Jasmine St.$250,000$205,000196 Realty World Freewheeler/Claire JohnsonRealty World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell 114 Coconut Palm Blvd.$659,000$630,00070Xcellence Realty/Humberto JiminezXcellence Realty/Humberto JimenezRamrod Key 27382 Anguila Ln.$299,900$275,000126Keys Commercial R.E./Rob SeverinCentury 21 Schwartz./Rhonda WilliamsStock Island 12 6th Ave.$279,000$265,000326Bascom Grooms R.E./Edward SalazarBascom Grooms R.E./Edward SalazarSugarloaf Key Vacant land Keystone Rd.$114,900$120,50030Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Abby OglesbeeColdwell Banker Schmitt/Diane CorlissSummerland Key 836 Gulf Dr.$578,000$475,000158Action Keys Realty FL Keys/Cheryl MosesAction Keys Realty FL Keys/Cheryl Moses 774 Shore Dr.$237,500$237,00094Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Kathleen GomezColdwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa FerringoUpper Matecumbe Key 10 Flamingo Hammock Rd.$2,999,000$2,850,00014Oc ean Sotheby's Intern'tl Rlty/Kim ThalerIsland Equity Real Estate/Holly Hight KEYSNET.COM GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 2,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Pet protection Prevention is best in trying to protect your dog from illness,but insurance doesn't hurt,either. Story, 2B Soaring population Bald eagles and other animals have made a remarkable comeback due to the banning of DDT.EarthTalk, 2B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Member FDICEqual Housing Lender Need A Loan? Call Us!Mortgage! Renancing! Commercial! BetteBrown 305-394-0722NMLS ID: 812462 LoriBailey 305-304-6991NMLS ID: 812459 AniMadruga 305-308-3210NMLS ID: 812674 305-296-8535 KeysBank.com KurtLewin 305-304-4187NMLS ID: 812476 Local People! Local Decisions! Local Service! Two Canes sign on for collegeTwo Coral Shores High School athletes capped their senior year by signing to play football for Ave Maria University.Andrew Garcia and David Bogue signed formal letters of intent during the spring jamboree on May 24 at George M. Barley Jr. Stadium.Garcia was a four-year player for the Hurricanes and the team's leading rusher in 2011. Aspeedster, Garcia scored 11 touchdowns while gaining 1,512 yards on 104 carries. He also had 282 kickoff return yards and 92 more on punt returns. "Andrew has a work ethic that will make him a great success at the next level," Coral Shores head coach Ed Holly said. "Any time a player of Andrew's character and caliber is in your program, you are blessed."Bogue won a starting job at defensive end in his lone season playing football. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder played in all 10 Hurricane games with 64 tackles, including eight sacks. He was credited with 21 quarterback pressures to go with his eight fumble recoveries."David's best football is ahead of him," Holly said. "Ave Maria University got a steal when they signed David Bogue.... David is a great player, but he is a better person."Ave Maria, a private Catholic school near Naples, went 0-9 in the Gyrenes'first season in 2011. Ave Maria plays in the NAIA. New head coach Kevin Joyce focused on recruiting solid performers in the classroom as well as the football field this spring.Bogue, Garcia are heading to Ave MariaCORAL SHORES SPORTSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comAbreu signs with Hillsborough CCKey West High School shortstop Mikey Abreu, who led the Conchs in runs batted in and runs scored this season, has signed to play at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa.Nineteen was the big number for the 6-foot, 175-pound Abreu during his senior season. He hit .283, scored 19 runs, drove in 19 and stole 19 bases. He also had three doubles a triple and a home run. Speed was his biggest asset."It changed a lot of games for us and allowed us to be very aggressive with him on base," said coach Miguel Menendez. Abreu, who played with a fiery, oft-confrontational style as a junior, developed into a controlled leader as a senior. "I thought I became more mature," he said. Playing last summer with the Florida Pokers travel team played a big part in that maturity."I think he learned a lot last summer and he was really focused this year on his goal of playing in college," Menendez said. "I think those things helped him focus on understanding he had to be the steady influence on our team."Asked if there would be baseball beyond college for him, Abreu said, "I'll work hard and I guess we'll find out. There's a good possibility I could play in the minor leagues." Menendez agreed: "I think he can be a great college player with a chance in a few years to play professional baseball."Among Key West players of the past who played at Hillsborough are Devin Butler, Christian Twyman, Billy Wardlow and Patrick Freeman.Abreu is the first member of this year's team to sign with a college. "We are working on the other seniors," Menendez said. "We have some schools showing interest in some of the other guys, but nothing firm yet."Baseball star hopes to play professionallyBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SPORTSBaseball all-stars suiting upLITTLE LEAGUEHendrick gets 200th victoryRick Hendrick never saw his first victory as a car owner in NASCAR. Instead of going to Martinsville, Va., to see his new team with driver Geoff Bodine, he and wife Linda went to church.In 1984 there were no cell phones, so it wasn't until after the Hendricks got home and heard from his mother Mary Hendrick that Bodine drove the No. 5 All-Star Racing Chevrolet to Victory Lane earlier in the day.They celebrated by toiletpapering Bodine's yard."Driving in that driveway and seeing the decorations was a lot of fun," Bodine said. "We had a big laugh about that, and I think it was more of an impact than if we had been able to call them on the cell phone and tell them we won."Although he was late arriving, Hendrick was around for victory No. 200 on May 13 at the Darlington (N.C.) Raceway when Jimmie Johnson won the Southern 500. In between those milestone wins were 10 championships, a lot of thrills and unthinkable pain. "When something like this happens, it reminds me of when I won the first championship," Hendrick said. "I never thought I would win one." Over the past 29 years, 15 different drivers have contributed to the organization's 200 wins. Jeff Gordon (85 wins) and Jimmie Johnson (56) did the bulk of the work, but everyone involved, past and present, felt personally connected to the wins count. "Rick is that guy that doesn't like to finish second, and he'll do whatever takes to be No. 1, and that never stops," Gordon said. "He is always driving that passion to everyone around him that let's keep it going.'" Hendrick built his financial empire with more than 100 car dealerships around the country, but racing is his passion. He operates four teams with marquee drivers Gordon, Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne. There have been no shortcuts. He surrounds himself with quality people and he gives them the freedom to do their job. Gordon won Hendrick his first championship in 1995. Terry Labonte followed with a title in 1996, then Gordon came back to win in 1997, 1998 and 2001. Johnson had a run of five consecutive championships starting in 2006. There was heartache, too. AHendrick-owned airplane crashed flying to Martinsville in 2004, killing the car owner's son Ricky, brother John, two nieces and six others. Hendrick himself survived a plane crash last year in Key West, where he has a house on Sunset Key.Team owner has a home on Sunset KeyMcClatchy-TribuneNASCARThe Upper Keys Athletic Association's Little League begins postseason play with three in-house all-star games Monday and Tuesday.All three games, featuring top age-group players not tapped for district tournament rosters, begin at 6 p.m. at the Key Largo Community Park.Weather permitting, the Rookie League stars (age 7-8) play Monday. Both the Minors (ages 9-10) and Majors (ages 11-12) are scheduled to play at 6 p.m. Tuesday.The UKAAwill host the South Pool of two Little League district tournaments the Age 9-10 group, beginning play June 28, and the Age 11-12 group, opening July 2. The UKAAalso expects to field teams for the Age 10-11 and Age 13-14 district tournaments, both to be played in Homestead. All tournaments feature round-robin play.In the UKAA's regular season, Tropical Video Games and Tech won the Majors title with a 12-2 record. Houston Air finished just one game back at 11-3.Rounding out the Majors standings were Phantom Fireworks (9-6), Rex Air (87), Burton Memorial United Methodist (1-12) and American Legion Post 145 (1-12).Regan Insurance (7-3) won the Juniors pennant, followed by Aguirre Landscaping (6-5), Keys Kritters (5-7) and SonsDaughters of Italy (4-7).Rainouts left the final standings for the Minor League unsettled. The UKAAalso hosted play in T-ball, Rookies and girls softball.It's precursor to South Pool tournamentsKeynoter Staff Photo courtesy McCLATCHY-TRIBUNENASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jimmie Johnson gives team owner Rick Hendrick a ride down the frontstretch of Charlotte Motor Speedway after winning the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race on May 19 in Concord,N.C. Coral Shores football players David Bogue (left) and Andrew Garcia,joined by family members,sign their commitment letters to Ave Maria University for the 2012 season.

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O O P E N H O U S ET u e s d a y W e d n e s d a y & T h u r s d a y e a c h w e e k € Quality hearing aids at affordable prices € Free Year of Batteries with purchase€Ask about our New Patient discount € Serving South Florida over 21 years L o w e s t Prices Guaranteed! 0 %Financing Available! $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $ Predatory birds make a comebackDearEarthTalk: I understand there is good news about the recovery of bird species like the peregrine falcon, bald eagle and others owed to the 1972 ban on DDT. Can you explain? Mildred Eastover, Bath, Maine Rachel Carson's seminal 1962 book, "Silent Spring," told the real-life story of how bird populations across the country were suffering as a result of the widespread application of the synthetic pesticide DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane), which was being used widely to control mosquitoes and others insects. Carson reported that birds ingesting DDTtended to lay thin-shelled eggs, which would in turn break prematurely in the nest, resulting in marked population declines. The problem drove bald eagles, our national symbol, not to mention peregrine falcons and other bird populations, to the brink of extinction, with populations plummeting more than 80 percent. Luckily for the birds, "Silent Spring" caused a stir, and many credit it with launching the modern environmental movement. Indeed, one of the world's leading environmental nonprofits, the Environmental Defense Fund, formed in 1967 in reaction to the DDTproblem. The group's first order of business included filing lawsuits in New York, Michigan, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C., to force a ban on DDT. EDF enlisted the help of dozens of scient--ific experts ornithologists, ecologists, toxicologists, carcinogenesis experts, and insect control specialists to testify at multimonth hearings to prove its point in regard to the dangers of DDT. In 1972, environmentalists'prayers were answered and their hard work vindicated with the federal government finally banning DDT. But with lots of the pesticide already dispersed through ecosystems far and wide, not to mention myriad other threats to bird habitats and the environment in general, no one could be sure whether populations of eagles, falcons and other predatory and fisheating birds would come back from the brink. While the federal Endangered Species Act went a long way to protect these atrisk species and some of their habitat, nonprofits also played a key role in helping specific species recover. To wit, the Peregrine Fund was founded in 1970 by a leading Cornell ornithologist to help nurse peregrine falcon populations hit hard by DDTback to their once abundant numbers. Researchers with the group pioneered methods of breeding peregrines in captivity and releasing them into the wild; such techniques have since been adopted widely by biologists trying to bring other wildlife species back from the brink of extinction. Thanks to a combination of factors and the hard work of bird lovers and scientists, peregrine falcons are once again common across the U.S., graduating off the national endangered species list as of 1999. The bald eagle's recovery is perhaps the best-known example of how our environmental laws worked to restore not just a resource but our very national symbol. In the mid-1960s, fewer than 500 nesting pairs of bald eagles existed in the continental U.S.; today, thanks to the DDTban and other conservation efforts, some 10,000 pairs of bald eagles inhabit the Lower 48 that's a 20-fold population increase in just four decades. In 2007 the federal government removed the bald eagle from the Endangered Species List. Without the 1972 ban on DDTand ensuing protections, the bald eagle, let alone dozens of other bird species, would likely be gone now in the continental U.S. EarthTalk is written and edited by Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a registered trademark of E-The Environmental Magazine. Send questions to earthtalk@emagazine.com. Subscribe at www.maga zine.com/subscribe.GREEN LIVING Some dogs will eat just about anything, and most aren't all that picky when it comes to snagging a snack. No question about it. If it smells foul enough, a dog will do one of two things: Eat it or roll in it. And if they eat something toxic, the medical bill can be a killer on your wallet. According to the American Pet Products Association, Americans spent $13.4 billion on veterinary care for their pets in 2011. Pet supplies and overthe-counter medications accounted for an additional $11.77 billion. Providers of pet insurance have grown tenfold the past decade, but only about 1 percent of Americans purchase it for pet emergencies, said Dr. Jules Benson of Philadelphia, vice president of Petplan Pet Insurance. "In the United Kingdom, 28 percent of pet owners insure their pets," he said. The APPAestimates the average pet owner spent $650 on vet bills in 2011. But it takes only one major illness or accident to spend double or triple that amount to keep an animal healthy. Benson suggests pet owners who are considering insuring their pets compare plans. Average pet insurance premiums run about $400 a year. You can expect premiums to be higher for animals that traditionally are more prone to some diseases. While many companies won't insure diseases that are common in some breeds, it should still be available if the animal has not been diagnosed with certain ailments such as cancer in retrievers, hip dysplasia in large breeds or disc problems in dachshunds. LivingInsurance, prevention can keep pets healthy OUR PETS

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Saturday,June 2,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com JUNE Tax TalkFactsTag TalkFROMTHE TAX COLLECTOR €First Installment Tax Notices for 2012 were mailed out. If the first installment is not paid by July 31, 2012 you will be removed from the plan. €Delinquent Tangible taxes for 2011 must be paid by June 29, 2012 or a warrant is issued in July. €Our Internet Tax Sale will be June 01, 2012 @ www .bidmonr oe.com €Local Business Tax renewals will be mailed out at the end of June for the coming year. HB-7125: Specifies individual licensed and operating as broker or sales associate is not required to obtain a local business tax effective October 1, 2012. *Everyone who gets a new auto, boat or personal loan from Keys Federal Credit Union from May 1st to July 31st 2012 will be au tomatically entered for a chance to win a $2,000.00 gasoline gift card. Subject to credit approval. Restrictions may apply. Federally insured by the NCUA CALL 305-293-6000 VISIT one of our convenient branchesin Key West at Key Plaza or Southard St. and in Marathon Shores.CLICK www.KeysFCU.org 22936 Bluegill Lane Cudjoe Key JUST SOLD! D i a n e J U S TSOLD this home on Cudjoe Key! Considering BUYINGorSELLING? Call Diane to discoverwhy herSales Initiatives and Market Knowledge result in her being #1 for Sales & $ V alue of Sales across the LowerKeys during the past 16 months. She is available 7 days a week forany questions about buying orselling yourhome. 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com www.DianeCorliss.com Open 7 Days a Week!Ž 5 Avenue F Marathon I listed this property and it sold in 94 days. Listings needed, call me and let me show you why you should list with me and the Coldwell Banker team. We list and sell more than the next four real estate companies combined. 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Rick ServaisREALTOR(305) 731-5010www.realestatemarathonfl.com LIVING BRIEFS Full-moon kayak tour is SundayThe Friends and Volunteers of Refuges benefit from a full-moon kayak tour from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the Lower Keys. Bill Keogh and his crew at Big Pine Kayak Adventures will lead the tour through the sponge flats, grass beds and mangrove forests of the Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge. Cost is $25, with proceeds going to outreach, education and volunteer projects on behalf of the four Florida Keys national wildlife refuges. To reserve a seat, call 872-7474. The trip will depart from the Old Wooden Bridge Fishing Camp near the No Name Key Bridge.FWC scientist speaks MondayDani Morley, a research scientist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in Marathon, speaks before Save-A-Turtle of the Florida Keys Monday night at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon. For the past three years, Morley, a Rhode Island native, has been studying reef fish in the Keys. She will give an overview of some of the projects FWC scientists conduct examining reef-fish populations and their behavior. The presentation starts at 7:30 p.m.Check out Venus crossing the sunElizabeth Moore and the Florida Keys Astronomy Club on Tuesday are hosting an opportunity for everyone to gather and view a rare astronomical event as Venus travels across the face of the sun. It's set for the First Baptist Church of Marathon at 200 62nd St. There will be informational activities for all ages, including a live webcast to be shown from Mauna Kea, Hawaii, by NASATV. Images taken of the transit from the International Space Station and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Solar Dynamics Observatory also will be aired, with scientists sharing their perspectives and the significance of the event. The event begins at 3 p.m. with activities and preliminaries, with the webcast starting at 5:30. Viewing of the actual transit will be from 6 p.m. until sunset, weather permitting. For more information contact Elizabeth Moore at seascience@bellsouth.net.Guest bartending benefits shelterYou can show your support for the Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter while having a good time on June 13. That's when, from 5 to 8 p.m., Salty's and the 7 Mile Marina at mile marker 47 bayside in Marathon are hosting a celebrity bartending night for the shelter. Local celebrities will get behind the bar and serve up fresh cocktails, and all tips at the bar go to the shelter. If you order something complicated, no worries: Real bartenders will be on hand to help. Celebrity bartenders will include state Rep. Ron Saunders; Dr. Doug Mader, owner of the Marathon Veterinary Hospital; Daniel Samess, chief executive of the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce; Leigha Fox, on-air personality at US1 Radio; Key Largobased attorney Bernadette Restivo; and Keynoter Editor Larry Kahn. CLASSIFIED ADS 743-5551

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,June 2,2012 Festival showcases One Human FamilyJune 6-10Key West Pride, a fiveday festival with films, latenight dance parties, a community-wide parade and street fair opens Wednesday, June 6. Erin Davies, the subject of a documentary Fagbug: The Movie,Ž will be the kickoff speaker at the Pride luncheon, noon, June 6 at the Marriott Beachside. Co-sponsored by the Key West High School Gay Straight Alliance, Davies will also be the grand marshal for this years Key West Pride Parade, Sunday, June 10. Tickets to the luncheon are available at www.kwbgonline.org. Actor, comic and film star Leslie Jordan will headline two performances June 8-9 at the Waterfront Playhouse. Jordon, perhaps best known for his comic turns on Sordid LivesŽ and his appearances on the television series Will and Grace,Ž is also a playwright and author (My Trip Down the Pink CarpetŽ). If Leslie Jordan didnt exist, wed have to invent him,Ž wrote Varietys reviewer, who described the acting veteran as this irrepressible, garrulous Chattanooga pixie who got through a Southern Baptist childhood and stirrings of Gay Lib and lived triumphantly to tell the tale.Ž Jordan explores the question Do gay men become their mothers?Ž through comic yet poignant recollections. Tickets for his one-man show, Fruit Fly,Ž cost $45. For more information, v isit: www.waterfrontplay house.org. Tropic Cinema will host a series of free films as part of this years Key West Pride fest. Those begin June 6 and run three consecutive nights, starting at 6 p.m.; all being shown at The Tropic, 416 Eaton St., Key West. (See Pride Films, 4B). Other featured events include a trolley tour that showcases the islands LGBTheritage and hotspots, daytime and latenight parties at Key West clubs and resorts and contests to select Mr., Ms. andParade, street fair, film fest fill calendarLAttitudes StaffKEY WEST The Rainbow flag became the showpiece for Key West Pride.Ocean Frontiers explores new approaches to conservationOcean Frontiers,Ž a film that explores promising new approaches to ocean and coastal management, is coming to Key West. The Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center will screen the film at 7 p.m. Friday, June 8. Its free and open to the public. The Ocean FrontiersŽ documentary includes interviews with Florida Keys commercial and recreational anglers, and highlights how marine conservation issues are being addressed through partnerships with fishing communities across the country. Florida Keys EcoDiscovery Center is located at 33 East Quay Road, on the Truman Waterfront in Key West. For more information, call the movie line at 305-809-4755. On July 19th 2010, President Obama established this countrys first National Ocean Policy, which promised to protect, maintain and restore ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes natural resources for present and future generations. The National Ocean Policy was formed through a year-long process that included stakeholders from commercial and recreational fishing, shipping and ports, energy developers, conservationists, scientists, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Homeland Security and other ocean users with diverse interests. The stories in Ocean FrontiersŽ help audiences understand key principles of ecosystem-based management and coastal and marine spatial planning, according to the producers Karen and Ralf Meyer. These complex concepts come to life and are easy to grasp through the stories and people featured in Ocean Frontiers.Ž The producers note a wide range of interests are represented in the documentary, including industrial shippers, whale biologists, pig farmers and wetland ecologists. They interviewed sport and commercial fishermen, reef snorkelers and many more stakeholders all embarking on a new course of cooperation, in defense of the seas that sustain us. Ocean Frontiers shows unlikely allies coming together and crafting solutions for the good of ecosystems and industry,Ž the Meyers said, while not sugarcoating the conflicts or the sometimes-difficult road to the end result. The film shows the groups as true partners in the process.Ž Production was made possible by help from The Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment, National Marine Sanctuary Foundation and The Lazar Foundation.Eco-Discovery Center hosts free film showingLAttitudes StaffFILM Photo by Michael WebsterAnemones and urchin populate intertidal zone.Documentaries capture the San Francisco scene and AIDS impactAIDS Help and Tropic Cinema are collaborating on three films to be shown as part of this years Key West Pride activities. Starting Wednesday, June 6, Tropic will screen films on three consecutive nights that had limited or no theatrical exposure in South Florida. The Cockettes,directed by David Weissman, captured the gender-bending hippie theatrical troupe that performed midnight drag musicals at San Franciscos Palace Theatre in the late 1960s and early 70s. Productions like Pearls Over ShanghaiŽ were known for their operetta-like staging and flamboyant narratives. Derrick Traylor, director of education for AIDS Help, said it was difficult for Weissman to locate survivors.  Many were lost to drugs, many more to AIDS. Even an early collaborator died during pre-production. The 2002 movie celebrates idealism and counterculture, yet also shows the toll the rebelliousness took.Ž On Thursday, June 7, the Tropic screens We Were Here,Ž a new documentary also by Weissman that focuses on five individuals, all of whom lived in San Francisco preAIDS. Blending archival footage with new interviews, the retrospective illuminates the unimaginable emotional toll, the political complexities of a sexuallytransmitted plague and the role of women „ notably lesbians „ of caring for a community being ravaged by AIDS,Ž AIDS Help promoters note. That night, the audience can remain after the screening for a SKYPE question and answer videoconference with Weissman. San Francisco also plays a role in the final screening on Friday, June 8, the 2010 documentary The Adonis Factor.Ž This Christopher Hines documentary, which first drew acclaim at a San Francisco LGBTfilm festival, both champions and casts a critical eye upon LGBTliberation. Theres plenty of eye candy and chiseled 6-packs,Ž Traylor said, yet the superficiality ofTropic Cinemas Pride Film Fest June 6-8FILM We Were Herescreens June 7 at Tropic Cinema. Photo by Green Fire ProductionsOcean Frontiers producers,Karen and Ralf Meyer. See Film Fest,5BSee Pride,5B

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Saturday,June 2,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Miss Key West Pride. For more information, visit: www.key westpride.org or call 800-535-7797.Street Fair Spiked hair, roller skates, body paint and costumes will be derigueur for the Key West Pride Street Fair, Saturday, June 9, in the 700 and 800 blocks of Duval Street. Vendors will offer a variety of goods and live music from a sound stage will keep things lively from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The music lineup includes: DJ Nick Hatziantonio, Bradford Lane, Jay Ferguson, Edward Lucas. Special Guest DJs include DJ.Richie Rich Torrez (Ft Lauderdales Boom), and DJ Tom Bertorelli (NYC). Bars, shops, and restaurants are offering Pride Fest specials. The Key West Pride Parade kicks off at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 10. Davies, subject of a documentary film, will serve as grand marshal. And her Volkswagen, dubbed the Fagbug,Ž will be the lead vehicle. After her VWBeetle was defaced with anti-gay graffiti because it displayed a rainbow sticker, Davies turned the negative act into an inspiring 58day odyssey around the United States and Canada. The documentary, Fagbug: The Movie,Ž grew out of that trip. The parade runs from the 100 block of Duval to 1300 block. The parade features walking groups, a 100-foot rainbow flag, lavishly decorated floats and other units. Everyone is invited to participate whether gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight or transgendered to celebrate Key Wests enthusiastic diversity, according to the Key West Business Guild, which promotes Key West Pride in the LGBTcommu nity. Come show your pride in our tropical paradise, and youll find yourself in the midst of a celebration unlike any other. From our opening party to our closing parade, youll discover quickly that the best place to show your pride is on an island whose official motto is One Human Family.Ž Key West Street Fair June 9From Pride,4B Key West Pride 2011 included an island bike tour,celebrating the islands history in the gay rights movement. the gay male community comes from diverse viewpoints. Its a complex, sometimes inflammatory, subject that covers everything from circuit parties and being part of the A-List to anorexia, steroid abuse and pec implants.Ž All three films begin promptly at 6 p.m. Each night, after the main film presentation, Tropic Cinema will screen Fagbug,Ž the chronicle of Erin Davies58day tour of the nation in her VWBug that was vandalized with homophobic slurs. The film is presented by the AIDS Help Education department and co-sponsored by the Key West High School Gay Straight Alliance and the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory. AIDS Help, a non-profit, community-based organization, provides case managed healthcare, affordable housing and housing assistance, food counseling, referral and support services and education, HIV-testing and counseling outreach for residents of Monroe County living with HIV/AIDS. Alliance helps sponsor filmsFrom Film Fest,4B The Adonis Factorscreens June 8 as part of Key West Pride festivities.Old-time rock n roll on menu at Hogs BreathDrummer Paul Deakin, one of the original members of the Mavericks, will play the Hogs Breath Saloons late night gig, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. June 4-10, with his band The Bon Temps. The rock nroll band has invited friends to stop by the outdoor stage and jam with the crew. Some of the best rock nrollers will jam,Ž Deakin said. The last couple of time weve played the Hog, the turnout has been fantastic and its going to continue.Ž Athree-piece Nashville rock group, The Coal Men, will also be taking the stage at the Hogs Breath June 410. Led by Dave Coleman, the band has the mid-shift gig from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. nightly. Their CD, Nowheres Too Far,Ž has been called eclectic rock thats as raucous as Saturday night in East Nashville.Ž For more information, call The Hogs Breath, 400 Front St. at 296-4222. The Bon Temps and Coal Men on June 4-10 € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover € 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances € 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Drummer Paul Deakins band,The Bon Temps,perform June 4-10.MUSIC Waterfront Playhouse hosts Emmy-winnerLeslie JordanDo gay men become their mothers? That is the question that author, actor playwright Leslie Jordan addresses in his one-man show, Fruit Fly.Ž Jordan, best known for his role in Sordid Lives,Ž travels back in time using show-and-tell. Childhood recollections combine with perilous teenage shenanigans, from the day a teenage Leslie sits down with his caring but clueless mother to inform her that he has decided to forego college to become a female impersonator. Known for his skills as a storyteller, Jordon has performed on Broadway, off Broadway, film, TVand stages around the world. He won an Emmy for his portrayal of Beverley Leslie in the TVsit-com Will and Grace.Ž The name Leslie Jordan is synonymous with funny, saucy, sassy and simply sensational,Ž writes Broadway World. Areviewer, writing for Variety, said of Jordon: If Leslie Jordan didnt exist, wed have to invent him, this irrepressible, garrulous Chattanooga pixie who got through a Southern Baptist childhood and stirrings of Gay Lib and lived triumphantly to tell the tale.Ž Only two performances are scheduled 8 p.m., June 89, at The Waterfront Playhouse. Tickets cost $45 and are available online at: www.WaterfrontPlayhous e.org. For more information, call 294-5015.Actor,comic shares stories about gay lifeTHEATERRegal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. € SnowWhite & The Huntsman (PG-13):4:10,7:10,10:05 p.m. € Men in Black III (PG-13):4:30 p.m. € Men in Black III 3D (PG-13):7:35 and 10:05 p.m. € Battleship (PG-13):4:15,7:20 and 10:10 p.m. € The Dictator (R):4:40,7:45 and 9:50 p.m. € Dark Shadows (PG-13):4:05,7:05 and 9:55 p.m. € Marvels The Avengers (PG-13):4:00,and 10:00 p.m. € Marvels The Avengers3D (PG-13):7:00 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 € Bernie (PG-13):4:15,6:30 and 8:45 p.m. € Bully (PG-13):6:10 p.m. € 5 Year Engagement (PG-13):8:30 p.m. € Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13):1:30,4:00,6:20 and 8:40 p.m. € In The Family (NR):1:30 and 6:15 p.m. € Chely Wright (NR):4:40,and 9:15 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,240-2184 € Men In Black III (PG-13):7:00 and 9:30 p.m.;Saturday and Sunday:2:00 p.m Matinee.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 € SnowWhite & the Huntsman (PG-13):1:10,4:00,6:50, 9:40 p.m. € Men in Black III (PG-13):1:45,7:10 p.m. € Men in Black III 3D (PG-13):4:25,9:35 p.m. € What to ExpectWhen You are Expecting (PG-13):2:10, 4:40,7:20 and 9:50 € Dark Shadows (PG-13):1:40,4:15,7:10 and 9:45 p.m. € Marvels The Avengers (PG-13):12:45 and 6:35 p.m. € Marvels The Avengers3D (PG-13):3:40 and 9:30 p.m. Keys Movie Times 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbtheatres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! SHOWTIMES FOR FRI. 06/01 THURS. 06/07€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Snow White and the Huntsman (PG13) 1:10; 4:00; 6:50; 9:40; €€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Men in Black 3 (PG13) 3D 4:25; 9:35 2D 1:45; 7:10;€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€What to Expect When Youre Expecting (PG13) 2:10; 4:40; 7:20; 9:50€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Dark Shadows (PG13) 1:40; 4:15; 7:10 9:45 €€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Marvels Avengers (PG13) 3D 3:40; 9:30 2D 12:45; 6:35€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€KIDTOONS Strawberry Shortcake,Bloomin Berry Garden (G) Sat., 10AM ONLY Sorry, no passes. Actor Leslie Jordan appears in his one-man show,Fruit Fly,June 8-9.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,June 2,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A d / 8881500 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ARNOLDSAUTO&MARINE REPAIR,INC. givesNoticeof ForeclosureofLienandintent tosellthesevehicles on 06/20/2012,09:00amat5540 3RDAVEKEYWEST,FL 33040-6032, pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.ARNOLDS A UTO&MARINEREPAIR, INC.reservestherightto acceptorrejectanyand/orall bids. 1957UNKDO276857 1978UNKDO598281 1988OMM1OMM03759C888 1995PROLIPLCFS156L495 1996WATERLLTX0963I596 1999CHRY 3C3EL55H3XT594738 2000HYUND KMHJF35F2YU048780 2002HONDA JH2AF60012K002196 2003CHEV 3GNEK13T03G296723 2006DAEL KMYSE4B406C006739 2011SOLSTICE ILP11286L011 PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8909700 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2012CP28M DivisionMiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF JosephEarlSutton Deceased NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJosephEarlSutton, deceased,whosedateofdeath wasApril12th,2012,and whosesocialsecuritynumber is***-**-2752,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisSaturdayMay26, 2012andSaturdayJune2, 2012. PersonalRepresentative: DorothyAnnIppolito 2387SeminoleDrive Kingman,Arizona86401 LesleyRhyne CUNNINGHAM,MILLERP.A. A ttorneysforPersonal Representative 2975OVERSEASHIGHWAY MARATHON,FL33050-0938 Telephone:(305)743-9428 FloridaBarNo.866016 PublishMay26,June2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8922700 ABANDONEDVESSEL NOTICE NOTICEISGIVENTHAT, at:22993AnneBonnyLane, CudjoeKey,FL33042,the followingdescribedvessel: ProlineVS1981Fiberglass23 withoutboardHIN PLC20262M81Kwas A A abandoned.Thepropertymay beclaimedbytheowner:John D.Morris,121CutlassLane, CudjoeKey,FL33042,orby anypersonhavingalegally recognizedinterestinthe property,bycontacting:Mary BethMeyers,22993Anne BonnyLane,CudjoeKey,FL 33042(305)304-0933. PublishMay26,June2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8932400 LOCALCOORDINATING BOARDFORTHE TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED QUARTERLYMEETING NOTICE TheMonroeCountyLocal CoordinatingBoardwillbe holdingitsregularlyscheduled quarterlymeetingonFriday, June15th,2012atthe MarathonGovernmentCenter, 2798OverseasHighway Marathon,FL33050at11:00 a.m.Thepublicisinvitedto attend. Inquiriesconcerningthis meetingshouldbedirectedto theHealthCouncilofSouth Florida,Inc.at(305)592-1452. PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8968200 CITYOF KEYCOLONYBEACH NOTICEOF PROPOSEDORDINANCE TheCityCommissionofthe CityofKeyColonyBeach, Florida,willpresentthe followingproposedordinance forSecondReadingandFinal PassageattheRegularCity CommissionMeetingtobeheld Thursday,June14,2012,9:30 a.m.,CityHallAuditorium,600 W.OceanDrive,KeyColony Beach,Florida. ANORDINANCEOFTHE CITYOFKEYCOLONY BEACH,FLORIDA; AMENDINGCHAPTERFIVE OFTHECODEOF ORDINANCES,ENTITLED BOATS,BOATTRAILERS, MARINEFACILITIESAND WATERWAYS;ARTICLEIII. MARINECONSTRUCTION ANDIMPROVEMENTS, DOCKINGOFBOATS; DIVISION9.BOAT TRAILERS;SECTION5-82. PARKINGBOATSORBOAT TRAILERSON RIGHTS-OF-WAY;AND PROVIDINGFOR CODIFICATION;REPEALING ANYINCONSISTENT PROVISIONS;PROVIDING FORSEVERABILITY;AND PROVIDINGANEFFECTIVE DATE. Ifanypersondecidestoappeal anydecisionmadebythe Commissionwithrespectto anymatterconsideredatthe meeting,thatpersonwillneeda recordoftheproceedingsand forsuchpurposemayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecord oftheproceedingsismade, whichrecordincludesthe testimonyandevidenceupon whichtheappealistobe based. Copiesoftheproposed ordinanceareavailableatKey ColonyBeachCityHall,600W. OceanDrive,KeyColony Beach,Florida.Interested partiesmayappearatthe meetingandbeheardwith respecttotheproposed ordinance. VickieL.Bollinger, CityClerk PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9010100 PUBLICNOTICEOFTHE MONROECOUNTYSCHOOL DISTRICTRFP509-Transportation ManagementServicesORALPRESENTATIONS June4,201210:00a.m. (241TrumboRoad, A dministrationBuilding) Membersofthegeneralpublic andbiddersmaybeexempt fromcertainportionsofthe meetingunderFS286.0113. Biddocumentscanbefoundon www.demandstar.com PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8958600 INVITATIONFORBID LAWNMAINTENANCE SERVICES No.MHA-12-B-001 TheMarathonHousing A ssociates,Marathon,Florida (MHA)willreceivesealedbids onthefollowingcontractto performLawnMaintenance Servicesuntil12:00Noonon June20,2012at240Sombrero BeachRd.Marathon,FL33050 A A atwhichtimeandplace,allbids willbepubliclyopenedand read.Theinitialcontractwillbe fromAugust01,2012through December31,2012withthe possibilityoftwoadditionalone yearextensions.Bidsreceived afterthesubmissiondeadline willbedeemed non-responsive. CONTRACT:LAWN MAINTENANCESERVICES Providealllabor,materials, equipment,andservicesto performandcompletelawn maintenanceforMarathon HousingAuthoritypropertiesin accordancewiththe SpecificationsforLawn Maintenance. Proposedformsofbid documentswillbeonfileasof May30,2012attheEastwind A partmentslocatedat240 SombreroBeachRd. Marathon,FL33050andthe HousingAuthorityoftheCityof KeyWest,Florida,1400 KennedyDrive,KeyWest, Floridaandmaybepickedup fromthefrontdeskbetweenthe hoursof8amand12noon,and 1pmand5pm.,Monday throughFridayorviaelectronic mail(singw…kwha.org)upon request.Anyinquiriesor requestsconcerning interpretation,clarification, informationconcerningaccess tothesite,oradditional informationpertainingtothe BIDshallbemadetoWilliamA Sing,viae-mailat singw…kwha.org A ttentioniscalledtothe provisionsforequalopportunity andpaymentofnotlessthan theminimumsalariesand wages,assetforthinthebid documents,whichmustbepaid onthisproject. Priortothestartofthework,the successfulbiddermustfurnish aGeneralLiabilityInsurance CertificatetoMHAinan amountnotlessthan$500,000, andthefollowingtypesof insurancesaretobeinforce: WorkersCompensation, A utomobileLiabilityforall Vehicles/Equipmenttobeused inthework,andanyothertypes requiredwhenperformingwork ofthisnature.Thecontractor musthaveacurrent occupationalandtradelicense requiredbylocalordinances. TheMarathonHousing A ssociates,Marathon,Florida, reservestherighttorejectany orallbidsortowaiveany informalitiesinthebidding,and toawardtoanyparty consideredtobeinthebest interestoftheMarathon HousingAssociates.Submittals shouldbeaddressedas follows: INVITATIONFORBIDFOR LAWNMAINTENANCE SERVICES BID / MHA-12-B-001 THEMARATHONHOUSING ASSOCIATES,MARATHON, FLORIDA 240SOMBREROBEACHRD, MARATHON,FL33050 Ifbidsaresubmittedbycourier service,asealedinterior envelopemarked INVITATIONFORBIDFOR LAWNMAINTENANCE SERVICESisrequired. Nobidshallbewithdrawnfora periodofforty-five(45)days subsequenttotheopeningof thebidswithouttheconsentof theMarathonHousing A ssociates,Marathon,Florida 33050. By:J.ManuelCastillo,Sr. ExecutiveDirector TheMarathonHousing A ssociates,Marathon,Florida EQUALOPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER PublishMay30,June2,6, 2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9041800 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonJune23,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.1989OCEANDESIGN VESSELVIN:ODZ30111K489 PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8974400 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITINANDFOR MONROECOUNTY NOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersignedDANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, A A Florida,will,onthe14thdayof June2012,at11oclocka.m., at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,intheCityof KeyWest,Florida,offerforsale andsellatpublicoutcrytothe highestandbestbidderfor CASHtheFollowingdescribed propertysituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: Lot1,ROSSHAVEN SUBDIVISION,accordingto thePlatthereof,asrecordedon OfficialRecordBook5,Page 65,ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty,Florida,and anyamendmentsthereto, Commonlyknownas:31457 A venueF,BigPineKey, Florida33043 PursuanttoSUMMARYFINAL JUDGMENTOF FORECLOSUREenteredina caseinsaidCourt,theStyleof whichis: IBERIABANK Plaintiff, VS. MICHAELA.TSOUCHLOS, et.al Defendant A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNumber 44-2011-CA-614-K WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 18thdayofMay,2012 DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:ShontaMcLeod DeputyClerk FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaimingasinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale. PublishJune2,9,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8993900 MONROECOUNTYTOURIST DEVELOPMENTCOUNCILDISTRICTADVISORY COMMITTEEMEETINGS DACI willmeeton WednesdayJune20,2012 at 3:00p.m. atthe Doubletree GrandKeyResort inKey West. DACII willmeeton Tuesday June19,2012 at 6:00p.m. at the LowerKeysChamberof Commerce inBigPineKey. DACIII willmeeton WednesdayJune20,2012 at 9:00a.m. atthe HawksCay Resort onDuckKey. DACIV willmeeton Tuesday June19,2012 at 2:00p.m. at the PostcardInnatHoliday Isle inIslamorada. DACV willmeeton Tuesday June19,2012 at 10:00a.m. at the HiltonKeyLargoResort. A llDACmeetingsareopento thepublic. A DAASSISTANCE:Ifyouare apersonwithadisabilitywho needsspecial accommodationsinorderto participateinthese proceedings,pleasecontact theCountyAdministrators Office,byphoning(305) 292-4441,betweenthehours of8:30a.m.-5:00p.m.,nolater thanfive(5)calendardaysprior tothescheduledmeeting;ifyou arehearingorvoiceimpaired, call711. PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9041900 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonJune28,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.1999CHEVROLET VIN:1G1JC5240X7147258 PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9010200 NOTICEOFREQUESTFOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thaton Tuesday,July10,2012 at3:00P.M. theMonroe CountyPurchasingOfficewill receiveandopensealed responsesforthefollowing: A DACOMPLIANCE SEGMENT / 1FOR FACILITIESLOCATED BETWEENMILEMARKER 112-MILEMARKER47 A A MONORECOUNTY, FLORIDA RFP-ENG-XXXXXXXX Requirementsforsubmission andtheselectioncriteriamay berequestedfrom DemandStarbyOnviaat www.demandstar.comOR www.monroecountybids.com orcalltoll-freeat 1-800-711-1712.ThePublic Recordisavailableatthe MonroeCountyPurchasing OfficelocatedatTheGato Building,1100Simonton Street,Room1-213,KeyWest, Florida.Anon-mandatory pre-bidconferencewillbeheld onJune11th,2012atthe MurrayE.Nelson Governmental&Cultural CenterinKeyLargo,Floridaat 10:00am. A llResponsesmustbesealed andmustbesubmittedtothe MonroeCountyPurchasing Office. PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9032500 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION CASENO:44-12-CP-101-K INRE:Estateof JOHNE.CHIAPPY, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe Estateof JOHNE.CHIAPPY, Deceased,CaseNo. 44-12-CP-101-K,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is500WhiteheadStreet,Key West,FL33040.TheDecedent diedtestateandhiswilldated A pril13,2005hasbeenfiled withtheCourt.Thenameofthe PersonalRepresentativesand thePersonalRepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llinterestedpersonsare requiredtofilewiththisCourt, WITHINTHREE(3)MONTHS FROMTHETIMEOFTHE FIRST publicationofthis notice:(1)allclaimsagainstthe Estateof JOHNE.CHIAPPY, Deceased,and(2)any objectionbyaninterested persontowhomnoticewas mailedthatchallengesthe validityoftheWill,the qualificationsofthePersonal Representative,venueor j urisdictionofthisCourt. ALLCLAIMSAND OBJECTIONSNOTSOFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. Notwithstandingthetime periodssetforthabove,any claimfiledtwo(2)yearsor moreaftertheDecedents dateofdeathshallbebarred. DATED this2nddayofJune 2012. MaryBroman 42BayDrive KeyWest,FL33040 asPersonalRepresentativeof Estateof JOHNE.CHIAPPY, Deceased. JohnJ.Chiappy Route414,Box8 Cammal,PA17723 asPersonalRepresentativeof Estateof JOHNE.CHIAPPY, Deceased. A ttorneyforPersonal Representative CHARLESM.MILLIGAN A ttorneyatLaw P.O.Box1367 KeyWest,FL33041-1367 305-294-8885 FBN:0246948 Firstpublishedon:June2, 2012 PublishedJune2,9,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9042000 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ANCHORTOWING gives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthesevehicles on 06/15/2012,08:00amat 189USHIGHWAY1,KEY WEST,FL33040-5476, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. A NCHORTOWINGreserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. 1FTBR10A8HUA30090 1987FORD 1J4GZ78Y9VC688975 1997JEEP 8S141027unkunk PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9041700 NOTICE A A Pursuanttotheprovisionof Chapter194.035(1)ofthe FloridaStatutes,theClerkof theValueAdjustmentBoardis nowacceptingapplications fromindividualswhoarewilling andqualifiedtoserveas SpecialMagistrateforthe purposeoftakingtestimony andmakingrecommendations totheBoard. Aspecialmagistrate appointedtohearissuesof exemptionsandclassifications shallbeamemberofThe FloridaBarwithnolessthan5 yearsexperienceintheareao f advaloremtaxation.Aspecial magistrateappointedtohear issuesregardingthevaluation ofrealestateshallbeastate certifiedrealestateappraiser withnotlessthan5years experienceinrealproperty valuation.Aspecialmagistrate appointedtohearissues regardingthevaluationof tangiblepersonalpropertyshal l beadesignatedmemberofa nationallyrecognized appraisersorganizationwith notlessthan5years experienceintangiblepersona l propertyvaluation. A llapplicantsmustcomplete theFloridaDepartmentof RevenuesValueAdjustment BoardTrainingtoqualifyfor serve. Pleaseforwardresumeto: DannyL.Kolhage ClerktotheValueAdjustment Board POBox1980 KeyWest FL33041-1980 *Deadlineforsubmissionis June29,2012 PublishJune2,6,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9053700 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FILENUMBER:12-CP-40-P INRE:ESTATEOF: MargaretA.Travis Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestat e of MARGARETA.TRAVIS, deceased,whosedateofdeath wasFebruary18,2012,is pendingintheCircuitCourtfor MonroeCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddress ofwhichis88820Overseas Highway,Tavernier,Florida 33070.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonal representativeandthe personalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROFTHREEMONTHS A FTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEORTHIRTY DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOF SERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemus t filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHREEMONTHS A FTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTSOFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED Thedateofthefirstpublication ofthisNoticeisJune2,2012. PersonalRepresentative: RussellW.Travis 9595WheelerRoad Hanover,Michigan49241 A ttorneyforPersonal Representative: PatriciaGessel,Esq. FloridaBarNo.084328 PatriciaGessel,PL 99530OverseasHighway, / 2 KeyLargo,FL33037 Telephone:305-453-5277 PublishJune2,9,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter

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Saturday,June 2,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A Love Retail?Want to work in a fun environment? Want to have benefits including health, vacation and profit sharing? Please fax your resume to 453-9604 or call 453-9144 Seeking PT/FT Day/Night/Weekend Asst Manager/Shift Leader Sales Associates/Office Clerk. Sandal Factory/T-Shirt CityMM 102 and MM 82 A A A A Hiring Now To Open SoonFull & Part Time Sales AssociatesDay & Evening Shifts. Retail, POS & Wine Knowledge Preferred.Great earning potential Must be 21 or over. Drug-free workplace/Apply In Person.Mile Marker 81.2 @ The Green Turtle Inn (305) 664-5423 TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A A A A A Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82 A A A d / 9059400 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof EcoEats ofKeyLargo locatedat 99607 OverseasHighway inthe Countyof Monroe, intheCity of KeyLargo,FL33037 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. DATEDatMarathon,Monroe County,Floridathis31stdayof May,2012. SoleOwner: BoatmanVenturesLLC ContactPerson: MatthewA.Boatman PublishJune2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A BOATCLEANING Paintingandgelcoating.Must havevaliddriverslicense. A dvancementfortheright person.Marathon.481-4531 CAPTAINPOSITION Fullorparttime.DiveBoat Captainw/50tonMaster LicenseandDiveMaster. Willingtotrain.Outgoing personality,professional attitudewithabilitytoperform vesselmaint.duties.Contact BoborRandyat HallsDiving Center, Marathon,toarrange forinterview305-743-5929 Bbrayman…hallsdiving.com A A CONSTRUCTIONLABORER $10/hrCarpenter TileLayer Needowntransportation. 305-923-1717 Constructionworker with expereince,neededforproject inMarathon.Refsreq.Mustbe non-smoker,drug-free&have drlic.305-289-0064leavemsg A A GATEATTENDANT POSITION,MM65 Nightsandweekends. Pleasecall664-4860or faxresume664-5268 HOUSEKEEPER Mustspeak English.ApplyinpersonONLY: HawksNest,1KyleWay South,Marathon. DrugFreeWorkPlace.EOE. A A KAYAK,CANOE&PADDLE BOARD SportsBusiness needsasalespersonand guidetoworkintheupper Keys.Part-timeandFull-time available.Senddresumeto office…kayakfloridakeys.com KENNELCAREGIVER A nimalcaredutiesreqd.Must beabletoliftatleast50 pounds.Thiscriticalposition willonlybefilledbya compassionate,caring individualthatlovestowork withanimalsandpeople. Parttimedayorevenings. CallMarathonVeterinary Hospital.305-743-7099 PetSupermarketHiringJune 5&6 PetSupermarketspeaks Pet!Ourgoalistohelpourcustomersmaintainahappyand healthypetbyprovidingthem withexpertiseinpetcare.We areopeninganewstorethis summerandwillbeintownto fillseveralpositions. HIRINGEVENT MarriottBeachsideHotel3841 NRooseveltBlvd. Tuesday,June512pm-4pm Wednesday,June69am12pmresumes…petsupermarket.com SECURITYGUARDP/T NeededforIslamorada. Pleasecall 305-684-0033 SEWERINSTALLERw/EXP intheKeys.ValidD.L.required. Backhoeexp.aplus.Call 305-743-4245;fax743-4299or emailmike…3rdgeneration plumbing.com TACKLESHOP Matureperson lookingforpermanentposition inaverybusyretailtackle shop.Requiresgoodpeople skills,comfortablewith multi-taskingwhileanswering phones.Applyinpersonat BudnMarysMarinaMM79.8 WatersportsattendantF/T for busycompanyinIslamorada. Mustbehardworking& dependable.Weekends&valid dr.lic.amust!305-896-2915 A A CorporateBookkeeper, Marathon: Resp.fordaytoday financialopsofbusyCPAfirm. Dutiesincl.AP/AR,payroll, bankrec,record-keeping, monthly,quarterly&annualtax reporting,plusafewclient accounts.Min.8yearsexp, professional&accurateteam playerw/can-doattitude.Must havemoreacctingsoftware proficiencythanjust QuickBooks.Exp. w/ThompsonCSA&CBS softwarepreferred.Accting degreeaplus.E-mailresume totara…keyscpa.com Interviewsmid-June.Bishop, Rosasco&Co.CPAs.EOE. A A BALLYHOOS isseekingaF/T, exp.RestaurantMgr.Mustbe willingtoworknts.,weekends& holidays.Applyinpersonat 103900OverseasHwy. DAIRYQUEENISHIRINGA RESTAURANTMANAGER in Tavernier.Prev.fastfoodexp. preferredbutwilltrain Mustbe willingtoworknights&wknds. A pplyinpersonat103900 OverseasHwy.KeyLargoor call305-451-4502.Askfor MariaorPaul DAIRYQUEENNOWHIRING F/T&P/T.Day&nt.shifts available.Applyinperson. 92661OverseasHighway, Tavernier,FL33070 EXPERIENCEDHELPONLY€BreakfastCook€PrepCook€LineCook€Host/Hostess€Waitstaff€Bartender€BusPerson€FrontofHouseManagers A pplyinperson: SunsetGrille&RawBar,7 KnightsKeyBlvd,Marathon. IMMEDIATEHIRING DinnerBusPerson/Food Runnerat HIDEAWAYCAFE CallRobert289-1554between 10am-noonforappointment. Nowacceptingapplications forallpositions. A pplyinpersonat PAPAJOHNSPIZZA 5105O/SHwy,Marathon. GET RESULTSWith KeynoterClassifieds 743-5551 GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551 YOU HAVE IT.Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in our classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or ads@keynoter.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,June 2,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 Contact JackApply in Person No phone callsEARN BIG MONEYImmediate opening for Mile Marker 97.5 Oceanside Key Largo COOKS SERVERSFor Extremely Busy Restaurant A A A A A A A A A A Now accepting applications for:Front Desk Server Security Cocktail ServerWe offer competitive wages. To apply go to: www .hershacareers.com For any questions please contact Shelby Valles @ 305-433-9937DFWP& EOECome join our great team and take part of our future at the newly renovated: A A A A Apremiere resort in Islamorada is interviewing for the following positionThe selected candidate will enjoy a friendly work place where smiles are part of the uniform, competitive wages and an excellent benefits pkg.Apply in person MM 83.5Front Desk/Night Auditor Must be experienced, flexible, and be able to work weekends and holidays. A A SUNDOWNERS ishiringaF/T bookkeeper/accts.payable agent.Exp.preferredbutwilling totrain.Applyinpersonat 103900OverseasHwy. THEMOORINGS isseekinga friendly,selfmotivated,team playerforamultitaskedoffice position.Competitivesalary andgreatbenefits.Weekends amust.Pleaseemailresumeto moorings…bellsouth.net WORKONTHEOCEAN CabanaBreezesnowhiring€LINECOOK€SERVERS€HOSTESS A pply401E.OceanDr.,KCB. A A LookingforaLocal Business? Alsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A LookingforaLocalService? A lsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A PrivateCollectorWants RolexDivewatchesandPilot Watches.OldmodelMilitary clocks&watches. Call305-743-4578 A A GreatSelections! Used& almostnewrefrigerators&side bysides.ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.305-393-3238 A A IslaMM82 Oceanview,beach acccess.Beautiful1.5BR,1.5 BA,furn.Laundry,yard.For quiet,non-smoking,working. $1,200 ‚ shareelec.407-0517 MARATHON2BR,1 1/2BA, Oceanside.Canalfront,all tiled,C/A,W/D,fencedyard, shed.Concretedock.Oneyr ‚ lease,F/L/S.$1275/mo. ‚ util 914-522-9092 2BR/1BAstilthomeoncanal inUpperSugarloafKey.Avail. immed.$1650/mo,F/L/S. A lLederofPreferred Properties305-304-7359 3BR/2BAMM104O/S Largo Sound.Fencedyard,pets okay,homeownerspark. $2000/mo. ‚ util.F/L/S Call516-655-5321 A A GRASSYKEY3/2canalfront home Completelyremodeled Dock,unfurn,EZaccessto Ocean/Bay.Section8OK. Util Incl .$1450/mo.305-216-6300 HAMMERPOINTBEAUTY HAMMERPOINTBEAUTY3 BR/1.5bath,fullyfurnishedwith breathtakingviewofthebay. MM94.786-258-3438 786-258-3438 A A AMOVEINNOWfrom$275 week.MARATHON.Weekly ormonthly.Fullyfurnished. Allutilities cable&freeWIF I included.305-289-0800 BIGPINEKEY-1BR,1BA Clean,quiet,closetoshopping. F/L/S.$750/month. PETSOK. 508-472-8626 CONCHKEYMM63 .1BR, 1BA,groundlevel,fullyfurn. Kitchen,LR,boatslipavail. DirectlyontheBay,must see! $1200/mo.305-743-3478 GRASSYKEY-EXCELLENT MORTONST.LOCATION. Large1BRapt,groundfloor. Privateentrance.Furnished. $1,200/mo.305-289-0080 KCB rental,1bedroom1bath, groundlevel,EastOceanDr. Nopets.Availablenow. $850/mo.F/L/S. Call305-395-0439 KeyLargo LandingsofLargo 2/2condo 2pools,marina, boatramp,tenniscourts,large carport.$1500/moinclcable. A vailJuly1st.954-214-1751 MARATHON 1BR,1BAinonehalfduplex, $800.F/L/S. CallRemax,743-2300forinfo. MARATHON2BR1BA HALFDUPLEX Unfurnished.Largeyard. $1,025/mo.First&$800sec. 305-731-4882 MARATHON Centrally located,newlyredecorated, newappls.2/1,unfurn. 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Pool,boatslip.Longterm,no pets,nosmoking.6/1.$1400 ‚ elec.Call978-423-9767 A A IslaMM82 Oceanview,beach access.Smallfurnroom.Tiki bar,yard.Forquiet,working, non-smoker.$450 ‚ share elec.Includescable.407-0517 KEYLARGO BeautifulRoom $160WK,Moveinforonly $480.NoPets.Private entrance,witheverything. Call305-453-0803 A A BIGPINEKEY,MM29 2/1onbeautiful,wide, oceansidecanal. EXCELLENTLOCATION $2,000/mo.305-853-0953 KEYLARGOMM96. Ocean side.Directoceanaccess w/Oceanviews!Furnished 3BR,2BA.Shortorlongterm rental.Call786-258-3127 A A MARATHONCommspace 2,450sqftofficeplusstorage. 180frontfootageonUS / 1. Lotsofprkg.Industrialzoned warehouses,980sfw/office& 350sfspace.CallJohn 587-7529,Kurt481-4838 Marathon-GulfsideVillage 5800O/SHwy,Unit / 32,960 sq.ft.$1750/mo.pluselect. PeteDonnelly732-996-9591or SueLovley305-304-7565 MARATHONUS1 CommercialSpaceAvail. 1000sf,$1/sf ‚ util,taxes& insur.Yardspacealso available.305-923-9542 MM30.5 BIGPINEKEY, USHWY1FRONTAGE. Goodforstorefrontoroffices. 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