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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 06-09-2012
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .6B Living . . . . . . .2B Business . . . . . .7A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .2BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,JUNE 6,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.45 25 CENTS Queen's visitThe Keys played host to Queen Elizabeth II back in 1991.A Jubilee remembrance.Story, 6A. Grouper catchThe pace is picking up for dolphin and grouper, captains report. Story, 1B 4-3 vote splits CommissionBob Vitas, most recently a village administrator in Illinois, will take over for Jim Scholl as Key West city manager on July 1, pending a successful contract negotiation. In a tight 4-3 vote, the Key West City Commission on Monday picked Vitas, who most recently served as village administrator of Lake Zurich, Ill. from 2007-11, over Thaddeus Cohen, formerly a secretary of the Florida Department of Community Affairs. Commissioners Clayton Lopez, Billy Wardlow and Tony Yaniz had Cohen as their top pick. When faced with the four-vote majority favoring Vitas, the trio ultimately switched to make the vote unanimous. Thronged after the meeting by residents and city staff eager to make their introductions, Vitas said he would work with Scholl, commissioners and Mayor Craig Cates to understand issues facing the city before coming on board as the top administrator. "When people change chairs," Vitas told the Keynoter, "just like with the presidency, there has to be an exchange of information." In addition to Cohen, Vitas beat out Gary La Venia, township manager of Maple Shade, N.J. and Craig Lonon, retired after 30 years leading various municipalities, mostly in Texas. During Monday's public meeting, Lopez questioned Lonon about a 2009 incident in which a Harlingen, Texasarea judge sued Lonon, then city manager of Harlingen, allegedly asking for specially set bond hearings for a prominent resident in violation of ethics policies. Lonon, who attended Monday's special-call meeting, did not respond to those specific allegations. But Lopez did hear quick reprimands from some of his commission colleagues. "Those were really damning statement [Lopez] just made without any documentation," Commissioner Teri Johnston said. Mayor Craig Cates said he was "disappointed that things were brought up against a candidate unsubstantiated at this time and making him defend itBob Vitas gets nod over Cohen after close vote on managerSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WESTSee VITAS,3A Is fitness a factorin recent dive deaths?Agrim week in Florida Keys waters saw two scuba divers and one snorkeler die within a four-day span. Circumstances in each of the separate and unrelated incidents vary but one common factor stands out the three victims, all visitors to the Keys, were between the ages of 62 and 66. Since the deaths occurred from Thursday to Sunday, no definite cause was available from the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office by press time. Older divers do need to be constantly aware of added strain that diving puts on their hearts, said Neal Pollock, a physiologist and research director at Divers Alert Network, an international diving health and safety organization. Pollock declined comment on this week's three deaths since only limited information has been released. "In general terms, we know the diving population is aging and people remain active in diving for longer periods," Pollock said. That can be "a concern," particularly for those who gain weight and let their physical fitness lapse, said Pollock, author of several research papers on diving and fitness. "People don't need to hang up their flippers if they do the things necessary to avoid being forced to hang up their flippers," Pollock said. This week's deaths: Anne Morey, 64, of Monterey, Tenn., perished during a dive in a rock quarry just yards off U.S. 1 in Tavernier. Robert Morey, 65, said they got into the water together but he wasn't carrying enough weight to submerge, according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office report. While Robert went to get more dive weights, his wife told him that she would meet him on the bottom and started her dive. After about 20 minutes, Robert entered the water and found his wife at a depth of about 40 feet. She was not breathing, he told Deputy Matt Koval. He inflated her buoyancy compensator and brought her to the surface, but could not remove her from the water. He called for help. An ambulance took Anne Morey to Mariners Hospital where she was pronounced dead. John Dowicki, 66, from Venice, Fla., was on a Saturday morning snorkel trip, on a commercial boat out of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Dowicki joined his wife and a group snorkeling at Grecian Rocks, at the reef about five miles off Key Largo. Members of the vessel's crew saw him drifting away, Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Becky Herrin said. "They yelled to him and threw him a line, but he was not responsive." The boat's first mate swam to reach Dowicki, but found he was not breathing. Resuscitation attempts on the boat's emergency return to shore were not successful. Dowicki was pronounced dead by paramedics at the dock. The body of Raymond Lent, 62, of Oswego, Ill., was recovered around 12:30 p.m. Friday, about 26 hours after he disappeared on a scuba trip to Davis Ledge off Plantation Key. When Lent had trouble submerging, he reportedly swam back toward theAging dive population now a focusDIVINGKeys students perform better on math testsMonroe County students scored better than their peers statewide on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in reading, mathematics and science. Results released Tuesday by the state Department of Education, showed 62 percent of Keys students tested in grades three through 10 scored 3 or better. Statewide, that percentage scoring 3 or better was 57 percent, up one percent from scores reported last year when the tests were rated easier. The state tests are scored on a scale of 1-5, with a grade of 3 indicating proficiency. Students in grades threeeight took the math assessment with 63 percent of Keys students tested scoring a 3 or better. That compares to 57 percent of students statewide. Students in grades five and eight took the science test. Statewide, 51 percent of fifth graders scored a 3 or better and 46 percent of eighth graders scored the same; those numbers are unchanged from the previous year. In Monroe County, 59 percent of fifth graders scored a 3 or better and 56 percent of eighth graders scored a 3 or better. This was the first time Florida students took the new, more rigorous FCAT2.0. In December 2011, the State Board of Education reviewed data showing the impact of new achievement levels on students and schools. Based on the data and feedback from educators, parents, and community members, the State Board raised the expectations for Florida's students and set new achievement levels for FCAT 2.0. To view information about the new achievement levels for FCAT2.0 Reading and Mathematics, visit: http://fcat.fdoe.org/fcat2/pdf/ spring12ffs.pdf.Reading scores also beat state average SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.coSCHOOLS Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYA group of Key West youngsters breaks in new playground equipment on Higgs Beach following a Tuesday afternoon ribbon cutting.The Atlantic-side park,owned by Monroe County,is slated for major long-term redevelopment.In February,the County Commission approved $223,600 in funding for improvements to the play area.DEDICATED FUN By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comCommissionerreacts, 4ASee Dive,2A Spearfishing death, 3A

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,June 6,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.8881 THURS.8681 FRI.8681 SAT.8879 Forecast: Cloudy with increased chance of precipitation Thursday and Friday Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.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 CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSParty planned for business owner CameronLisa Cameron, owner of "A Cut Above" in Marathon's Town Square Mall, will be the subject of a benefit hosted by Marathon businesses June 20. Dubbed a "Misery Loves Company" party, plans call for cooking by the owner of Frank's restaurant, beverages served up by Collector's Corner owner Stan Haines and others. Cameron is recovering from strokes at the Key West Health and Rehabilitation Center. Haines said the sponsors of the benefit party are looking for raffle prizes, gift certificates and donations to help cover her medical expenses. Items can be dropped off at Kennedy Studios in the Town Square Mall. Marathon Lumber is donat ing a generator that will be raffled off during the parking lot party, which begins at 5:30 p.m. June 20. For more information, call 743-4456 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 Zip-line controversy brings state review; critics challenge Crane PointCrane Point Hammock's proposed zip-line course will be under the microscope when state Department of Economic Opportunity officials visit Marathon Thursday. DEO staffers Patrick Howard and Roger Wilburn will meet with city officials for the day before taking public input on the zip-line at an informal public meeting at the Marathon Public Library near mile marker 48.5. City Community Services Director Susie Thomas said the meeting was arranged at the request of DEO. "They requested the meeting and that I set up a place for it. It's not going to be a real detailed meeting. They're here for a site visit and it's something they wanted to do," she said. The City Council agreed to support Crane Point's plan by applying for a $735,000 Community Development Block Grant on behalf of the nonprofit. The DEO grant would help build the estimated $1.1 million course.Deb Curlee, a board member of local environmental group Last Stand, has been a vocal opponent of the attraction. She's also a member of Keep Crane Point Natural, another local group that formed in opposition to the zip-line. "Keep Crane Point Natural asked the DEO for a meeting because we wanted to express our feelings about putting a zipline. Of course, we're against it," Curlee said. "We have some documentation to give to him, which we've sent to him already, of the reasons why we oppose it." The two groups claim a zip-line would interfere with wildlife habitat, and they have also raised doubts about Crane Point's projections that the new attraction would create 21 jobs. The block grant requires the 21 jobs remain for at least one year, or the city would have to pay back $35,000 to the state for each job not created. Crane Point has said it would cover the cost of up to four jobs (equivalent to $140,000) if necessary. According to DEO spokesman James Miller, the majority of the visit Thursday will be spent "monitoring" the zip-line project and another CDBG grant intended to pay for lateral sewer connections for low-income residents."In an effort to reduce state costs, DEO is combining a monitoring visit of the city's...[sewer hookup] project with the Crane Point site visit. The monitoring will take up a substantial amount of the day on Thursday," he said. Miller said Howard and Wilburn would briefly visit Crane Point to examine the site. "DEO staff will be visiting [Crane Point] to ensure that the CDBG funded activities have not yet commenced construction. It will be a very brief visit. Typically, staff meets with the job creator at the city's office," he said. The meeting with DEO officials is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The library is located at 3251 Overseas Highway, Marathon. Public meeting planned ThursdayRYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHONThe Studios reports it's going to stay at ArmoryThe Studios of Key West, based on a lease agreement reached last week, will stay in its location at the historic armory building on White Street. Rosi Ware, chairwoman of The Studios board of directors, says the specifics of the lease are not available until state officials approve the document. The building is owned by the state of Florida and managed by the Historic Florida Keys Foundation.In April, Ware made it known her organization could no longer afford the annual rent of $143,204, instead offering to pay $116,244 ."I am unable to divulge any details," Ware says, "suffice it to say that the agreed rent is within our means and we can now plan for the upcoming season with confidence, knowing that we will remain in the armory." The Historic Florida Keys Foundation, established in 1972, manages the armory, Old City Hall on Greene Street, the Harry S. Truman Little White House and the Oldest House on Duval Street. In the run up to the agreement, reached on June 1, supporters of The Studios launched a letter writing campaign, directed toward newspaper editorial pages and Foundation directors, pressing for a compromise. "We are very thankful for all the support we have received from our patrons, members and the community during this time," Ware says. "The Studios will be able to continue to make a positive difference to the community in Key West and beyond for many years to come." The Studios of Key West was founded in 2008 and moved into the Armory, then lost their major funding source, the Rodel Foundation. The arts/cultural organization provides studio space for artists; hosts concerts, lectures and a variety of workshops; and offers a number of residencies for visiting artists. The armory, located at 600 White St., was built in 1903. Foundation chairwoman Melissa Kendrick could not be reached Tuesday for comment. Lease deal reached with Foundation SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WEST The Armory,built in 1903,has been home to The Studios of Key West since 2008. Tropical Springs Realty 103100 Overseas Hwy #51, Key Largo, FL 33037 5 5 CountyReal EstateTeamTheDonna Steele 305.453.1770 Sherry Fell 954.554.0770 AMAZINGTAVERNIER HOME! REDUCEDTO $348,500! This home will take your breath away! Legal 3/2 thats huge & spacious. Fenced & private tropical backyard with pool. 2 car garage and a X ood zone. Boat ramp with 72 hour boat dockage!! CITYOFMARATHON, FLORIDA9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, FL33050 Phone: (305) 743-0033 City of Marathon City Council Executive Session NoticeNotice is hereby given that the City Council consisting of Mayor Pete Worthington, Vice Mayor Dick Ramsay, Councilmembers Mike Cinque, Richard Keating, and Ginger Snead, City Manager Roger Hernstadt and City Attorney John Herin will meet at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, June 12 th of 2012 at the Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Highway in an Attorney-Client Session, pursuant to Section 286.11(8), Florida Statutes, to discuss the following litigation: Richard Warner as Co-Personal Representative Estate of Joseph Ardolino II vs. City of Marathon Case No.CAM-1210, pending in the Circuit Court for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in and For Monroe County, Florida. AND Notice is hereby given that the City Council consisting of Mayor Pete Worthington, Vice Mayor Dick Ramsay, Councilmembers Mike Cinque, Richard Keating, and Ginger Snead, City Manager Roger Hernstadt and City Attorney John Herin, Assistant City Attorneys Kent Hipp and Tracy Marshall and Special Counsel Mike Burke will meet at 4:45 pm on Tuesday, June 12 th of 2012 at the Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Highway in an Attorney-Client Session, pursuant to Section 286.11(8), Florida Statutes, to discuss the following litigation: Azurite Corp Ltd. of Florida et. al. vs. City of Marathon, Case No. CAM-12106, pending in the Circuit Court for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in and For Monroe County, Florida. Published Keynoter 6/6/12 Savings fall short on outsourcing bus fleetBased on bids received, potential savings projected for outsourcing the school district's transportation operation fell short of $600,000. The Monroe County School District evaluation committee got three bids. On Monday, Corey Wybensinger, district purchasing accountant, recommended the proposal submitted by Student Transportation of America, based in Jacksonville, Fl. That company says it can run the transportation operation for $2,676,200, compared to the district's current costs of about $3.1 million. That would project a savings of $423,800. When Superintendent Jesus Jara presented a list of preliminary budget cuts totaling $6.3 million earlier this year, he pegged potential savings from transportation outsourcing at $600,000. The other two companies that entered bids are Durham School Services and First Student. Wybensinger said the School Board would consider the recommendation at a June 28 meeting, set to begin at 5 p.m. at Coral Shores High School. He said the proposal from Student Transportation of America suggests retaining transportation staffers, including bus drivers, "as long as they're in good standing with the district and meet the company standards." The district's request for proposals outlined a scope of services that includes: "student transportation, maintenance of vehicles, routing, extra curricular transportation and any other normal transportation function." Last summer, in a similar budget crunch, the district outsourced their custodial department to private firm GCAServices Group of Tennessee. That move saved more than $800,000, according to figures provided by the district. The five-person evaluation committee working on the bids included district staffers Wanda Mendez, Jeff Barrow, Cheryl Allen, David Murphy and Transportation Supervisor Kayleen Watts. They selected Student Transportation of America as the preferred proposal.Committee recommends Jacksonville firmSEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comSCHOOLSFlorida Keys Dive Center boat. Lent's dive buddy told deputies that he watched Lent reach the surface and near the boat. When the buddy later surfaced, he discovered Lent was missing. The body was found Friday several miles farther out to sea. So far in 2012, six people have died while on diving or snorkeling trips in the Keys four since May 10. Pollock noted that simple immersion in water adds pressure to the body, which adds to pressure on the heart. "Then factor in heavy dive gear, more weight and breathing resistance," he said. "It all has an effect on the cardiovascular system." In a DAN survey of deaths during Florida's lobster-diving season, heart attacks were the most common cause. "If people maintain reasonable physical fitness, they can dive a lot of years," Pollock said. "But they do have to stay fit enough to dive." For more information of fitness and diving, see the website: DAN.org.6 deaths so far in 2012From Dive,1A

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Wednesday,June 6,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com in front of everybody..." "I feel like I'm forced to respond to that," Lopez replied, "only because this was not intended to be a last minute ambush. I just wanted Mr. Lonon to have an opportunity to explain it; I was not trying to throw a curve ball at him." In the first tally of support, Commissioner Mark Rossi picked Lonon, leaving three in favor of Vitas and three for Cohen; during a second vote count, Rossi broke the tie by switching his pick to Vitas. City Attorney Shawn Smith said he would ask the commission for specific direction related to contract negotiations with Vitas. That meeting Tuesday night played out after press time. The city's advertised salary for the city manager post was set at $180,000 per year. Scholl, formerly the commanding officer of Naval Air Station Key West, announced in January that he would not seek a contract extension after five years with the city. Other than his most recent post, Vitas has been city manager in Lewiston, Maine, and Menasha, Wisc. Vitas has also undertaken a number of short-term government advising contract jobs, working in BosniaHerzegovina, the Republic of Zambia, the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Uganda. Following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Vitas worked with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and city of New Orleans on a "long term community recovery program."Rossi broke the tieFrom City Manager,1A Keynoter Photo by SEAN KINNEYBob Vitas and Key West City Manager Jim Scholl Medicaid billing dispute goes into extra inningsState Agency for Health Care Administration officials were in the Keys Monday to meet with Monroe County officials about a controversial new Medicaid billing law signed by the governor. The law (House Bill 5301) strips counties of the right to dispute Medicare claims as they have in years past and demands repayment of retroactive bills from November 2001 through April this year. At that meeting, County Administrator Roman Gastesi said state officials gave the county a preliminary estimate of $3.6 million due, but that a more concrete number would be ready by July. "We're obviously hoping it's less," he said. "Then there's a payment plan. We'll discuss with our commissioners to see how we're going to pay for it or if we're going to question it." AHCAadministers the Medicaid program, which provides health care for lowincome residents, and bills counties for their portion of patient costs. According to AHCA, it will certify retroactive billings with the Department of Revenue by Sept. 15. Counties have the option to accept the amount and receive a 15 percent discount, or dispute it and pay 100 percent with the option to pursue administrative hearings for later reimbursements. AHCAChief of Staff Karen Zeiler told the Keynoter on Monday that statewide the count on retroactive claims totals 1.3 million. Figures provided by AHCAshow that Monroe County had 8,676 Medicaid recipients in fiscal year 201011, accounting for $37.13 million in expenditures. Over 3.5 million residents used the program statewide, at a cost of $16.22 billion. Monroe County's main issue is paying claims on patients who give false addresses. But Zeiler told the Keynoter a Florida rule allows homeless people to claim whatever address they'd like as their official residence. State officials tour counties to explain billsRYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY ANTHONYS WILL BE CLOSING THIS SUMMER AND FOR A GREATER PART OF THE FALL. DURING THIS TIME WELL BE SPRUCING UP THE STORES, ADDING A NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM AND MORE REGISTERS, AND DEVELOPING A GREAT NEW CUSTOMER REWARDS PROGRAM. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO MAKING ANTHONYS SHOPPING EXPERIENCE EVEN MORE ENJOYABLE. IN THE MEAN TIME WE HOPE YOULL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT INVENTORY LIQUIDATION SALE. NOTHING WILL BE HELD BACK, INCLUDING OUR LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. MARATHONLOCATION CLOSING FRIDAY 6/8All remaning merchandise will be sent to Key Largo SAVE 70% 80% OFF EVERYTHING! NOTHING HELD BACK! KEY LARGO M. M. 98 1/2 Tel: 852-4515 MARATHON FINALDAYS! Tel: 743-5855 OPEN Mon. Sat. 9:30 5:30 Sundays Noon 5:30 SAVE 70% TO 80% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK WHEN YOU TAKE 70% OFF THE TICKETED PRICE. IF AN ITEM IS ALREADY REDUCED, TAKE 70% OFF THE LOWEST TICKETED PRICE. HURRY IN FOR THE BEST SELECTION. EVERYTHING MUST GO!NO EXCEPTIONS! ALL SALES FINAL 70% OFFENTIRE STOCK Entangled line blamed for diver's deathAspearfishing entanglement likely caused the May 10 diving death of a physician who grew up in Marathon, says a Monroe County Sheriff's Office report. Ollie M. Smithwick III, 39, an anesthesiologist at the Cookeville (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center, was found on the deck of the Vandenberg shipwreck off Key West. Earlier this week, the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office was awaiting laboratory results to rule on the cause of death. Around 8 a.m. May 10, Smithwick made a solo dive from his rented boat to go spearfishing at the 520-footlong Vandenberg, descending the mooring line at Buoy 4. Two companions, Cookeville residents Sean Bein and Daniel Lilligren, followed several minutes later. They separated once reaching the shipwreck. Bein, a relatively inexperienced diver, spotted a speared fish thrashing in the water near the stern. Bein swam to alert Lilligren and continued his dive. At the stern, Lilligren found the fish, a dead amberjack. He followed a line from the speared fish to Smithwick's body, lying face-up on the deck at about 65 feet. Smithwick's mask was off and his breathing regulator was out of his mouth, he told investigators. Lilligren tried to bring Smithwick to the surface, but Smithwick's buoyancy compensator was damaged., With his own tank running low on air, an "exhausted" Lilligren surfaced to call for help, police said. Aboat from Dive Key West responded. Divers Brad Pait and Jeremy Hansberger found Smithwick and recovered the body. A line from the spear that hit the fish also was attached to Smithwick's buoyancy compensator with a hitch pin. It had become wrapped around the shipwreck's deck rails. The line had to be cut to bring Smithwick to the surface. "This indicates [Smithwick] had the spear gun attached to his gear when he shot the fish and it entangled itself in the railing of the ship," investigator Manuel Cuervo wrote. Smithwick attended Marathon High School and Island Christian School while living in the Keys. His parents live on Duck Key.Spearfishing line snagged on equipmentDIVING By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com D

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Wednesday,June 6,2012No-trap areas in Keys on agenda in OrlandoRed snapper, golden crabs and colorful trap line will be among issues going before a federal fishery council this week. Committees of the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council on Monday begin four days of meetings in Orlando, leading to a full council session June 15. Those sessions at the Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel launch an unusually hectic June for state and federal fishery managers. The federal Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council meets from June 1821 in Tampa. Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission then convenes for a June 2728 session in West Palm Beach. The South Atlantic Council is expected to review a coral-protection plan that would ban lobster traps and stone-crab traps in five dozen areas along Florida Keys reef. After working with local conservation groups and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to modify a draft plan for the -no-trap areas, the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen's Association endorses the proposal on the table. "Our traps have a minimal impact on the coral," association executive director Bill Kelly said. "But we're been able to come up with a plan that protects areas that have coral and lets us fish valuable areas that don't have coral." Commercial fishermen also will seek approval to work with state researchers to come up with a plan to find a low-cost way to mark trap lines with color. Federal researchers want to be able to identify the fishery when lost buoy rope is recovered. Aproposal by South Atlantic Council staff to create a catch-share program for the fledgling golden-crab fishery is expected to create debate. The deepwater crabs that live in waters more than 1,800 feet down now is fished by only seven operations, including one in the Lower Keys. Kelly said setting a share program in a fishery that has the potential to grow would harm fishermen who seek to diversify in the wake of increasing regulation. For information, see the website: SAFMC.net. Red snapper and king mackerel issues are expected to be handled at the Gulf of Mexico Council meeting at the Hilton Westshore in Tampa. Monroe County commercial fishermen will seek an increase in the daily poundage limit for the hookand-line mackerel fishery, Kelly said. Keys fishermen now are limited to 1,250 pounds per day, substantially less than mainland fishermen, but have a longer run to reach fishing grounds. Aperceived rebound in Gulf of Mexico red snapper stocks also will be on the agenda. At the FWC meeting in West Palm Beach, the sevenmember board will learn whether three current members will be reappointed. An update of the snook stocks, which were severely harmed by the January 2010 cold snap, will also be presented. South Atlantic Council takes up multiple issuesFISHERIESImproved water standards get renewed state focusAn $880-million proposal to settle a decades-old legal squabble over the Florida Everglades could reach the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today. Staff with the South Florida Water Management District, the state's lead agency on Everglades restoration, planned to submit permit applications for the plan today to meet a deadline imposed by the EPA. "This is all about setting new standards for the quality of water that enters the natural system of the Everglades," said Eric Draper, executive director of Audubon Florida. Audubon Florida is one of the environmental groups taking part in a federal lawsuit against the state for not doing enough to protect the Everglades system that includes Florida Bay. "This cleanup is long overdue," Draper said. "This appears to reflect an agreement between Gov. [Rick] Scott and the Obama Administration. It's welcome news." At a special meeting Monday, the South Florida Water Management District board learned details of the complex plan that would build five new stormwatertreatment areas and change watermanagement operations to reduce nutrients that result in unwanted types of plant growth. The Water Management District did not take a formal vote, but eight of nine board members indicated support for the permit application. The proposal still must be approved by the EPAand a federal judge who ruled that Florida has not met legal standards. The Florida Legislature also must agree to the spending plan. "Florida Bay is the ultimate victim of bad water management," Draper said. "If fresh water coming through the system is not managed well, Florida Bay winds up getting too little or too much." Currently, massive quantities of fresh water needed for the Everglades and Florida Bay cannot be released because the water holds contaminants from farming areas, Draper said. Paul Tudor Jones II, chairman of the Everglades Foundation, endorsed the proposal as "beginning a promising new era for restoring America's Everglades...They have crafted a sound plan, with achievable project goals, that will make a meaningful difference in restoring this unique national treasure." Friends of the Everglades, which filed the original federal lawsuit, still harbors doubts about the plan, according to news reports.Audubon,water managers draft new approachCONSERVATIONBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Marathon principal draws suspensionHammond Gracy, the Marathon Middle/High School principal accused of sexual harassment, will be suspended for three days without pay, according to Superintendent Jesus Jara. Jara on Tuesday reviewed an investigative report prepared by Chief Operations Officer Michael Kinneer and Theresa Axford, executive director of operations. From the report: "Mr. Gracy's actions did not rise to the level required to constitute a hostile work environment or sexual harassment. However, we do believe that he needs to address management decisions." Specifically, the report says Gracy needs to work on "distributive leadership...appropriate collaboration skills...recognize and reward thoughtful dissent...[and] sustaining the highest degree of ethical conduct." Gracy was removed from his position when the allegations surfaced in early May; he was reassigned to Monroe County School District headquarters on Trumbo Point in Key West. Gracy will take part in graduation ceremonies on June 7, beginning at 8 p.m. on the football field, as an anticipated 64 Middle Keys seniors receive their diplomas; his suspension will be served after teachers leave for the summer.Will be able to attend graduation SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comSCHOOLS GRACY By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com National Park ServiceGreat blue heron phtographed in Everglades National Park.Statewide test results rated a surpriseFlorida Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson said Tuesday that students exceeded expectations on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT2.0). Results for FCAT2.0 Reading and Mathematics indicate students did better than expected overall when measured on the more demanding standards. The 2011-12 school year is the first time that new achievement levels are in place for FCAT2.0 Reading and Mathematics, he said. "Florida is leading the nation by preparing our children for more challenging Common Core Standards and assessments. I applaud our students and teachers for their inspired efforts," Robinson added. "Our state has spent more than a decade reforming public education and we know that sound transition takes time and patience. Florida's children will compete for the jobs of tomorrow and we must do everything possible to ensure that they are ready. We cannot be fearful of change and the ambitious goals set before us. We will meet them together and I am confident that our students are on the path to success." In both reading and mathematics, students performed better based on applying new, higher standards to 2011 performance data. Results for 2012 FCAT2.0 Reading tests show that 59 percent of students in grades four through eight are performing at Achievement Level 3 and above (compared to 57 percent in 2011*). In FCAT2.0 Mathematics, 2012 results show that 57 percent of students in grades four through eight are performing at Achievement Level 3 and above (compared to 56 percent in 2011*). Results for 2012 FCAT 2.0 Science for grades five and eight were also released Tuesday. Those results show that 51 percent of students in grade five performing at or above Achievement Level 3, and 46 percent in grade eight. Results for 2012 FCAT2.0 Science are reported as FCAT Equivalent Scores. This means that student scores were measured using the existing FCATAchievement Level scoring table. Scores on the new, tougher FCAT2.0 Science achievement scale will be available beginning in 2013. While the state does not base grade promotion or student progression decisions on the FCAT2.0 results released today, individual districts may have progression policies tied to the scores. As a valuable indicator of student achievement, FCAT 2.0 scores give parents and educators the ability to make informed educational decisions, Robinson said.Students did better than expected'Keynoter StaffSCHOOLS

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Wednesday,June 6,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com If you have economic loss or property damage because of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, you could get money from a class action settlement with BP Exploration & Production Inc. and BP America Production Company (BPŽ). Go to DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com for more information, including information on how to “le a claim.WHOISINCLUDEDINTHEECONOMIC & PROPERTYDAMAGESSETTLEMENT?The Economic and Property Damages (E&PDŽ) Settlement Class includes people, businesses, and other entities in the states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi, and certain counties in Texas and Florida, that were harmed by the oil spill. The website DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com has detailed descriptions and maps to help you determine whether a geographic location may be included in the E&PD Settlement. Additionally, you can call 1-866-992-6174 or e-mail questions@ DeepwaterHorizonEconomicSettlement.com to “nd out if a geographic location is included. WHATDOESTHEECONOMIC & PROPERTYDAMAGESSETTLEMENT PROVIDE?The E&PD Settlement makes payments for the following types of claims: (1) Seafood Compensation, (2) Economic Damage, (3) Loss of Subsistence, (4) Vessel Physical Damage, (5) Vessels of Opportunity Charter Payment, (6) Coastal Real Property Damage, (7) Wetlands Real Property Damage, and (8) Real Property Sales Damage. There is no limit on the total dollar amount of the E&PD Settlement; all quali“ed claims will be paid. HOWTOGET BENEFITSFROMTHEECONOMIC& PROPERTYDAMAGESSETTLEMENTYou need to submit a Claim Form to request a payment. You can get a copy of the various Claim Forms by visiting the website or by calling 1-866-992-6174. Claims can be submitted online or by mail. If you have questions about how to “le your claim, you should call the toll-free number for assistance. The deadline to submit most E&PD claims will be April 22, 2014 or six months after the E&PD Settlement becomes effective (that is, after the Court grants “nal approvalŽ and any appeals are resolved), whichever is later. There will be an earlier deadline to submit E&PD Seafood Compensation claims. The earlier deadline to submit Seafood Compensation claims will be 30 days after “nal approval of the Settlement by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana (regardless of appeals). Actual claim “ling deadlines will be posted on the website as they become available. Valid claims will be paid as they are approved, beginning shortly after the Court-Supervised Settlement Program commences. It is highly recommended that E&PD Settlement Class Members complete and submit their claim forms promptly. Please read the Medical Bene“ts Settlement notice because you may also be eligible for bene“ts from that settlement.YOUROTHEROPTIONSIf you do not want to be legally bound by the E&PD Settlement, you must Opt Out or exclude yourself by October 1, 2012 or you wont be able to sue BP over certain economic and property damage claims. If you stay in the E&PD Settlement, you may object to it by August 31, 2012 The Detailed Notice explains how to exclude yourself or object. The Court will hold a hearing on November 8, 2012 to consider whether to approve the E&PD Settlement. You or your own lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing at your own cost. The Court will also consider Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses including an interim payment of $75 million and additional awards equal to 6% of class claims and bene“ts paid. Class Counsel fees, costs and expenses under the Economic and Property Damages Settlement Agreement and the Medical Bene“ts Settlement Agreement jointly cannot exceed $600 million. Class memberspayments will not be reduced if the Court approves the payment of Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses because BP will separately pay these attorney fees, costs, and expenses.EconomicandPropertyDamagesSettlementProvidingMoneytoIndividualsandBusinesses IfyouhaveamedicalclaimrelatedtotheDeepwater Horizonoilspill,youcouldgetbene“tsfromaclass actionsettlementwithBPExploration&Production Inc.andBPAmericaProductionCompany(BPŽ). GotoDeepwaterHorizonSettlements.comformore information,includinginformationonhowto“lea claim.WHOISINCLUDEDINTHEMEDICALBENEFITSSETTLEMENT?TheMedicalClassincludes(1)clean-upworkersand (2)certainpeoplewhoresidedinspeci“cgeographic areasincoastalandwetlandsareasalongtheGulf Coastduringspeci“cperiodsin2010.Thewebsite DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.comhasdetailed descriptionsandmapstohelpyoudeterminewhether ageographiclocationmaybeincludedinoneofthese zones.Additionally,youcancall1-866-992-6174or e-mailinfo@DeepwaterHorizonMedicalSettlement. comto“ndoutifageographiclocationisincluded.WHATDOESTHEMEDICAL BENEFITSSETTLEMENT PROVIDE?Thebene“tsoftheMedicalBene“tsSettlement include:(1)paymentstoqualifyingpeoplefor certainacute(short-term)andchronic(ongoing) medicalconditionsoccurringafterexposure tooilorchemicaldispersants;(2)provisionof periodicmedicalexaminationstoqualifying people;and(3)creationofaGulfRegionHealth OutreachProgram,consistingofprojectsto strengthenthehealthcaresystem.Bene“ts(1)and (2)willbeprovidedonlyaftertheCourtgrants“nal approvalandanyappealsareresolved.HOWTOGET BENEFITSFROMTHEMEDICAL BENEFITSSETTLEMENTYouneedtosubmitaClaimFormtorequestbene“ts. YoucangetacopyoftheClaimFormbyvisitingthe websiteorbycalling1-866-992-6174 Claimscanbe submittedbymail.Ifyouhavequestionsabouthow to“leyourclaim,youshouldcallthetoll-freenumber forassistance. Thedeadlinefor“lingaClaimFormisoneyearafter theMedicalBene“tsSettlementbecomeseffective (thatis,aftertheCourtgrants“nalapprovalŽand anyappealsareresolved).Theexactdateoftheclaim “lingdeadlinewillbepostedonthewebsite.Itis highlyrecommendedthatMedicalClassMembers completeandsubmittheirclaimformspromptly. PleasereadtheEconomicandPropertyDamages Settlementnoticebecauseyoumayalsobeeligible forapaymentfromthatsettlement.YOUROTHEROPTIONSIfyoudonotwanttobelegallyboundbytheMedical Bene“tsSettlement,youmustOptOutorexclude yourselfby October1,2012 oryouwontbeableto sueBPovercertainmedicalclaims.Ifyoustayinthe MedicalBene“tsSettlement,youmayobjecttoitby August31,2012 .TheDetailedNoticeexplainshow toexcludeyourselforobject. TheCourtwillholdahearingon November8,2012 toconsiderwhethertoapprove theMedicalBene“tsSettlement.Youoryourown lawyermayasktoappearandspeakatthehearingat yourowncost.ClassCounselwillasktheCourtto consideranawardoffees,costs,andexpensesof6% ofthevalueofthebene“tsactuallyprovidedunder theMedicalBene“tsSettlementAgreement.Class Counselfees,costs,andexpensesundertheMedical Bene“tsSettlementAgreementandtheEconomic andPropertyDamagesSettlementAgreement jointlycannotexceed$600million.Classmembers paymentswillnotbereducediftheCourtapprovesthe paymentofClassCounselfees,costs,andexpenses becauseBPwillseparatelypaytheseattorneyfees, costs,andexpenses. MedicalBenefitsSettlementProviding Bene“ts to Clean-Up Workers and Certain Gulf Coast Residents DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com1-866-992-6174 LEGAL NOTICE P AID ADVER TISEMENT

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Opinion & EditorialWednesday,June 6,2012 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. EDITORIALOnline tracking bad for burglarsLETTERS TO THE EDITORCulture thrivingAdiamond in the rough was uncovered at the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center. The theater existing at this Key Largo location has been rendered a soul. The Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center have been breathing life into their beautiful creation for quite some time. Through their love, integrity, courage, commitment and creative genius, all of our citizens have had the opportunity to enjoy a diverse cross-section of brilliantly orchestrated events. These Friends under the direction of Monroe County Commissioner Sylvia Murphy and President Kay Thacker are going to break ground on a renovation to the theater so that dressing rooms, restrooms and storage space are available for the artists and instructors presiding at events. Initially, there had been some disappointment with the excessive cost and fees associated with utilizing this taxpayer-built project. Apparently, the County Commission has stepped up and worked through all of the obstacles that stood in the way of this facility being used as intended. It appears that the commission has worked toward developing a relationship with some generous benefactors that have partnered with the county in defraying some of the expenses involved with the operation of this facility. By accident, I walked into a board meeting being held by the previously mentioned group. My intent was to graciously leave and go about my business. However, the energy that was projected by the members in attendance was extraordinarily powerful and magnificent. The positive and intelligent manner in which they addressed one another while discussing the issues at hand was a refreshing example of how effectively individuals can relate to one another when they really want to. The Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center is a beautiful group of individuals. Even if you can't make the next event at the cultural center, perhaps you can stop by during their next meeting. You will be revitalized and recharged at no cost of admission. John Donnelly Key LargoHelp cat groupOn May 29, the Purr-Fect Thrift Shop in Marathon, which benefits Keys Forgotten Felines, was burglarized. Luckily none of the cats residing at the store while waiting for homes escaped or were injured in the process. In addition to money being stolen from the cash register, the thieves broke a nearly new air conditioning unit with a replacement cost of $350. Forgotten Felines is reaching out to our wonderful Keys community to ask for help to recover from the loss. Whether a cash donation, household items to sell in the store or an air conditioner, any donation will be greatly appreciated. Forgotten Felines is a nonprofit organization run by Middle Keys citizens to help homeless and abandoned cats. Our primary goal is to trap, spay/neuter, treat and release these felines, and to find homes for the adoptable ones. Lisa Watson MarathonMonroe County Sheriff's Office invests in high-tech equipment to locate stolen merchandiseThe Monroe County Sheriff's Office should hang out a sign at the entrance to the Florida Keys saying: "Burglars beware." Break-ins at Keys businesses and residences are a recurring problem, especially given the seasonal nature of residency and the transient population living here. Starting this month, the Sheriff's Office will deploy a new software tracking system that should make it easier to track stolen items that wind up being pawned. Business Watch International, a Canadian firm that opened its U.S. subsidiary in 2002, sells an online database system that helps track transactions by secondhand dealers like pawnshops and is shared by law enforcement agencies across jurisdictions. In metropolitan Washington, D.C., this approach gave 19 law enforcement agencies in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia ready access to information that's proven very helpful in cracking down on fraudulent activities. Within the first six months, law enforcement agencies in the D.C. area using the live database system recorded 1,320 arrests and recovered more than $4 million worth of stolen goods. Here in Monroe County, the BMI software will cost $8,000 per year but will save a lot more than that in time lost tracking down pawnshop reports the old fashioned way on foot. Florida law currently requires anyone holding a secondhand dealer's license to record serial numbers of pawned items, who pawned it and a fingerprint. Before acquiring the BMI system, the Sheriff's Office had to send a deputy to each business to retrieve the logs, then pay clerical staff to enter the information into a database before the information was available to detectives working burglary and stolen-property cases. With the new system, businesses enter the information directly into an online database, giving local law enforcement and other participating agencies instant access to search for stolen items. This will help speed up investigations and result in more cases being solved, police said. For an $8,000 annual investment, that may prove to be one of the best bargains around. By ANDY NEWMANFlorida Keys News ServiceAs Queen Elizabeth II wraps up her Diamond Jubilee celebration, I am reminded of her 1991 visit to Fort Jefferson, a 19th century fort in the Florida Keys that is part of the Dry Tortguas National Park about 70 miles west of Key West. Our office was involved in some of the trip's logistics including securing the opportunity for Wilhelmina Harvey, the late mayor of the Florida Keys and "Queen" of the Conch Republic, to welcome Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and her entourage. I managed to wrangle a spot in the press pool to provide images to the Associated Press, United Press International and other media outlets. After the queen and her party stepped ashore, Mayor Harvey gave her a Honorary Conch Certificate and a conch shell, the symbol of the Florida Keys. During the presentation, I was a bit irritated because Queen Elizabeth had her back to the camera. I so much wanted to get her to turn around, but the British consulate press person had briefed us earlier and said that under no circumstances should we shout or instruct the queen what to do. So I just kept quiet, but have always been disappointed we didn't have at least one really nice photo for Wilhelmina that showed her with Queen Elizabeth. However, the saga of the Queen's visit to the Florida Keys didn't end quite at Fort Jefferson. Legend has it that if a conch shell is taken inside a home, bad luck will follow. Prior to her death in 2005, at age 93, Wilhelmina often enjoyed telling the rest of the story about the conch shell given to the queen, even though there was no valid proof of the shell legends impact. As Wilhelmina told the tale, when the royal couple returned to England the shell was taken inside Windsor Castle, along with other gifts the Queen received on her trip to America. Wilhelmina often jokingly said that fellow Conchs blamed her for what happened in England after the Queen returned. Her Windsor Castle home was damaged by fire in November 1992 and her two sons Charles and Edward divorced. All from the "curse" of a conch shell taken inside a home. We'll never know if that's true, but it makes a darn good story.CELEBRATING OUR PASTPoor hiring choiceI would like to comment on the Monroe County Sheriff's Office hiring the former Florida Department of Law Enforcement agent who quit that agency following his no-contest plea topetty theft. I was reading the Sheriff's Office code of ethics. Is this the reputation we want for our Sheriff's Office, having this man on the force? Will hiring this man have any influence on our judgments, opinions or thoughts concerning the officers of the Sheriff's Office? From the code of ethics: "The image the members of the office present, both on and off duty, serves as a tool for the public to measure the level of professionalism of the office. I will act in the execution of my duties with integrity, dignity and honor to merit the trust of the community and the profession, and apply honesty, skill, judgment and initiative to contribute positively to the well-being of society. "I will keep my private life unsullied as an example to all, honest in thought and deed in both my personal and official life. Will be exemplary in observing the laws of the land and the regulations of my agency; I will never act officiously or permit personal feelings, prejudices, animosities or friendships to influence my decisions. "With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of criminals, I recognize the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and I accept it as a public trust to be held as long as I am true to the ethics of law enforcement service. Kay Thacker Key Largo Florida Keys News ServiceQueen Elizabeth II and her husband,Price Phillip,on their visit to the Florida Keys in 1991.Then-mayor Wilhelmina Harvey,the late mayor of Monroe County and "Queen"of the Conch Republic,preesented the Queen a ceremonial conch shell.The royal entourage also toured Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas National Park,which lies 70 miles west of Key West.Reporter Photo by DAVID GOODHUETheater renovations planned at the Murray E.Nelson Government and Cultural Center will add dressing rooms,restrooms and storage space, expanding use of the hall for performances and live theater.LETTERS TO THE EDITORHail to the Queen has special meaning in Keys

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For sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or materials in accessible format, please call the TTYnumber at 305-809-1000 or the ADA Coordinator at 305-809-3951 at least five business days in advance.Published Keynoter 6-6-12 NOTICE OFPRE-ELECTION CANVASSING BOARD MEETINGApre-election canvassing board meeting regarding the Primary Election will be held on Friday, June 8, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at the Supervisor of Elections Office, 530 Whitehead St., Suite 101, Key West, Fl. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor of Elections www .keys-elections.or g AVISO DE REUNI"N PREELECTORALDE LA JUNTADE ESCRUTINIOEl viernes 8 de junio del 2012, a las 4:00 p.m., la junta de escrutinio celebrar una reunin preelectoral en la Oficina del supervisor de elecciones, 530 Whitehead St., Suite 101, Key West, Fl, en relacin con la Eleccin primaria. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor de Elecciones www .keys-elections.or g Published Keynoter 6/6/12 Business The Marathon Business and Professional Women's Club installed new officers at its recent annual banquet at the Marathon Yacht Club.They are President-elect Sarah Cizmas,First Vice President Lori Bailey,Second Vice President Cathy Simone-McKoy, Treasurer Susan Corbin and Secretary Cami Holdinga.Meetings are the first Thursday of each month at the Marathon Yacht Club.Contact Sarah Cizmas at sacizmas@gmail.com for more information.NEW BPW OFFICERS BUSINESS BRIEFSCentennial Bank promotes TodaroMark Todaro of Key West has been promoted to vice president and commercial lending officer at Centennial Bank. The Michigan native graduated from Michigan State University in 1979 with a degree in business management. He's lived in Key West since 1998. Todaro volunteers with the student organ ization Be the Change and is its past president. He's also president of the board of Samuel's House, a Key West place for homeless women and children.Key West chamber plans networkingThe Key West Chamber of Commerce has a members-only business social set for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 14 at the Sheraton Suites, 2001 S. Roosevelt Blvd. Cost is $10, which gets you complimentary beer, wine, soda and hors d'oeuvres. TODAROBattered BlackBerry makerweighs optionsBlackBerry maker Research in Motion has hired a team of bankers to help it weigh its options as its business erodes in the face of an exodus to the iPhone and Android smartphones. RIM issued a dire warning about its business last week, saying it is losing money for the second-consecutive quarter and will lay off a "significant" number of employees. The company based in Waterloo, Ontario, said it has hired J.P. Morgan and RBC Capital Markets to help it evaluate its options. Those including partnering with other companies, licensing software and overhauling its business, it said. RIM made no mention of selling of the company. But new Chief Executive Thorsten Heins did not rule that out after RIM's last earnings report in late March. Colin Gillis, an analyst with BGC Financial, said the company is in a downward slide that's not slowing. He said he doesn't see any buyers for RIM coming forward soon. "Unfortunately, it falls into the too little, too late category," Gillis said. "It doesn't mean somebody won't try it. It doesn't mean it's going to be a savior for the company either." The statement from RIM did not detail the coming layoffs, other than to say the company expects "significant spending reductions and headcount reductions in some areas throughout the remainder of the year." Jefferies analyst Peter Misek said he expects RIM to announce as many as 5,000 layoffs soon. The company has about 16,500 employees now after cutting 2,000 jobs in July. RIM said the company looks to save $1 billion even as it transitions to its muchdelayed BlackBerry 10 software platform expected out later this year. RIM's stock fell 7 percent, or 80 cents, to $10.43 in extended trading following the release of the company's statement. Before Tuesday's announcement, the stock had lost almost 75 percent in the last year. The company that pioneered the smartphone market with its BlackBerry phones is facing the most difficult period in its history. RIM's U.S. share of smartphones dropped from 44 percent in 2009 to 10 percent in 2011, according to market researcher NPD Group. It still has 78 million active subscribers across the globe, but Apple Inc.'s iPhone and smartphones from companies including Samsung and HTC that use Google Inc.'s Android software are gobbling up market share. "The on-going competitive environment is impacting our business in the form of lower volumes and highly competitive pricing dynamics in the marketplace," Heins said in Tuesday's statement. He said the company will likely post an operating loss when it reports its fiscal first quarter results on June 28. Heins, formerly a little known chief operating officer at RIM, took over in January after RIM founder Mike Lazaridis and longtime executive Jim Balsillie stepped down as co-CEOs after the company lost tens of billions in market value. RIM has tried to make phones with touchscreens that resemble the iPhone, but those offerings have largely flopped.Former giant falls behind the latest techBy ROB GILLIESAssociated Press TECHNOLOGY KEYSNET.COM

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,JUNE 6,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Physically fit The Enhance Fitness Program for Keys seniors is widely available throughout Monroe County. Story, 5B Summer camp Florida Keys summer-camp offerings keep expanding,with everything from art programs to wildlife education.Story, 2B B Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle Dolphin catch picking up paceStick your toe out the door and you'll notice the temps are rising steadily.If you're fishing the reef, it's best to get out early in the morning or later in the afternoon and evening, as there's not much action in the middle of the day. When we get into the real heat of the summer, this same thinking applies to dolphin fishing. On the reef, there are plenty of yellowtail for the taking. Grouper are also on the reef as well as the wrecks. They're showing a preference for large live baits, such as blue runners and grunts, although live pinfish will also work. Mutton snapper are mixed in with the tails and grouper. The fish on the reef average six to ten pounds and are biting live ballyhoo or large chunks of ballyhoo drifter back in the slick.The muttons on the wrecks are also eating ballyhoo as well as smaller pinfish, and they're mostly in the eightto twenty-pound class. Dolphin fishing has picked up pace from where it was a week ago, with more and larger fish showing in daily catches. There have even been some really nice slammers fish over 20 pounds.With the full moon having just passed, there are also good numbers of larger wahoo fish 30 pounds and up. They've been taken on floaters and around the rips offshore.There are still tarpon at the bridges and in Key West Harbor, with some bridges producing better than others on a day-by-day basis.The week's best Tim Wert and David Callen, from Indiana, had a spectacular day with Capt. Don Reichert aboard the Fishin'Mission, which is docked at Worldwide Sportsman in Islamorada. Fishing in about 100 feet of water, they caught six nice grouper, keeping their limit of two and releasing the rest unharmed. They also landed yellowtail and mutton snapper.Capt. T.J. Yzenas, of Island Lure Charters out of Captain Hook's Marina in Marathon, reports the best fishing has been on the reef and wrecks. Roly, Justin, Gary and 12-year-old Osheen, from the UK, had their wishes come true with catching a releasing a seven-foot nurse shark and a 90-pound blacktip shark.Island Lure regulars, Bill, Mark and Patrick, from Ohio, got their limit of flag yellowtail and mutton snapper along with two black grouper on the reef. They topped off the day on the wrecks with almaco jacks, large jack crevalle and an amberjack. Fishing aboard their 24foot Cape Horn rental boat out of Captain Pip's Marina in Marathon, Bob and Travis Campbell, from Cape Coral, caught a blue marlin they estimated to be about 400 pounds.The SeaSquared had a few stellar trips to the reef. Anglers from West Virginia, Illinois, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and as far away as Germany and the UK all came back to the dock with great catches of yellowtail, mangrove and mutton snapper, black grouper, cero mackerel and amberjack. We also did some shark and tarpon fishing.As always, Capt. Kevin Wilson, of Knee Deep Charters out of the Geiger Key Marina, showed his anglers a great time on the reef. Brothers Anthony and Mike Cordova, from Miami, got their limit of yellowtail along with a 17-pound mutton. Rich and Margaret Lattanzi, from Long Branch NJ, also brought in their limit of yellowtail.Casting ContestCapt. Spider's Casting for Charity takes place Thursday at Salty's Waterfront Grill, located at the 7 Mile Marina, mile marker 47.5 bayside in Marathon. The fun contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and will benefit the Marathon High School Maritime Scholarship.Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 305.743.5305, Sea Squared@bellsouth.net and www.SeaSquared-Charters .com. Try grunts, blue runners on grouperFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYSCONTRIBUTED PHOTOTim Wert and David Callen,from Indiana,and black grouper caught with Capt.Don Reichert aboard the Fishin' Mission,'which docks at Worldwide Sportsman in Islamorada.Chris Johnson Captain'sColumn Osterhoudt wins top honors on Conch softballJunior second baseman Devin Osterhoudt was named the most valuable player of the Key West High School softball team at a banquet Sunday. Osterhoudt led the Conchs in batting with a .423 average. She had 33 hits, including six doubles, two triples and a home run. Senior shortstop Kendall Galvan, who hit .338, was named the top offense player, and junior center fielder Raquel Schoneck was named the top defensive player. Rachel Quad, a senior whose best performances came late in the season, was named the top pitcher. Adriana Garcia won the rookie-of-the-year award and senior Shannon Brown was honored for displaying the best sportsmanship. Seniors Britney Price, Caroline Talbott, Leci Archer and Savannah Hawthorne were also honored. In past seasons, the coaches decided the award winner, but this season the players decided."We wanted to see how the girls reacted to what went on during the season," said assistant coach Bubba Osterhoudt, Devin Osterhoudt's father.The Conchs finished 1015 and reached the regional quarterfinals after taking second place in the District 164Atournament.Her batting average hit .423 this yearBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WESTTryouts June 7 for soccer club playThe Florida Keys Soccer Club is holding tryouts for boys and girls ages 8 and older for the upcoming 201213 season. Tryouts will be held at Founder's Park, mile marker 87, gulfside, Thursday, June 7.Boys and girls ages 8-13 will tryout at 6 p.m. and ages 14-17 will tryout starting at 7:30 pm. Any children new to FKSC must bring a copy of their birth certificate. Last year, the soccer club fielded players from Key West, Marathon, Tavernier, and Key Largo. High School play runs August until October, then February until April. The under-10 and under-14 seasons run late October until February. All teams are trained by USSF Certified coaches with experience at the college level soccer or above. Academy training is held now and throughout the summer. For more information, contact FKSC President Chris Bull at 305-731 3082, Director of Coaching Pat Fazio at 305-394-2273 or visit: www.floridakeys soccer.org .Founder's Park hosts Keys kids starting 6 p.m.SOCCERBurdine's tourney enters 12th yearAnglers targeting finetasting fish and on-the-water action know to steer toward the Dolphin & Blackfin Tuna Fun Fishing Tournament set for June 22 to 24. The event's 12th year kicks off June 22 with a 5 p.m. captains meeting at Burdine's Waterfront restaurant at the oceanside end of 15th Street in Marathon. Participants in the familyfriendly angling challenge can enjoy a high-energy happy hour overlooking picturesque Boot Key Harbor with complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a raffle for prizes. Anglers fish June 23 and 24 with prizes of $700, $350 and $200 awaiting individual adult anglers who catch the tournament's three heaviest dolphin. The top three anglers in the junior division are to be awarded $300, $200 and $100. Cash prizes of $750 each are to be presented to the anglers catching the heaviest blackfin tuna and wahoo. The awards banquet is set for 6 p.m. June 24 at Burdine's. Entry fees are an affordable $100 per adult and $50 per junior angler. To find out more, call Brenda Duff at 743-5317 or send an e-mail to burdines waterfront@gmail.com.MARATHON FISHING

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,June 6,2012 Crossword solutionSolution to the June 2 puzzle. Living Florida Keys camp offerings expandSummer's here. What to do with the kids for the next few months until classes resume in August? There is no shortage of fun programs available to suit children's wide variety of interests.Sailing funIn the Mark Sorensen Youth Sailing Program at the Upper Keys Sailing Club, youths ages 7 and older are taught how to sail using the club's optimist dinghy sailboats. Children will enjoy hands-on learning both on land and in the water under the supervision of U.S. Sailing coach Stephanie Sykora and her assistant. Classes are limited to 10 campers per session. They begin next Monday and run through Aug. 10, and meet weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $250 per week. Discounts for multiple children enrolled and multipleweek enrollment are available. Lunch is not included. The club is at 100 Ocean Bay Drive, mile marker 100 in Key Largo. To find out more, call Rosa Lamela at 747-2600, send an e-mail to ros alamela@bellsouth.net or go to www.msysp.org .Wildlife refugeThe National Key Deer Refuge has two five-day Junior Refuge Ranger day camps on Big Pine Key designed to immerse kids in nature as they engage in various hands-on activities, including investigating animal and plant adaptations, conducting biological surveys, habitat restoration, nature photography, geocaching, stewardship projects and more. The sessions are June 25 to 29 for kids who completed fourth or fifth grade during the 2011-12 school year), 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the first four days and 9 a.m. to noon the final one; and July 9 to 13 for kids who completed sixth or seventh grade the past school year. Times are the same as above. The programs are free but require advance reservations and completion of a registration packet. Space is limited to 12 students per session. Call Ranger Kristie Killam at 872-0774 or 3049625, or stop by the refuge's Visitor Center in the WinnDixie plaza on Big Pine.Art programThe Studios of Key West is enrolling kids for June art classes in a program called Art is Cool. Each session, from 10 a.m. to noon, is an experiment with a fun new artistic technique. On June 9, children will learn to make a sun print a photosensitive image using natural materials. On June 16, Key West artist Pam Hobbs will have students twisting and turning through the art of weaving by creating baskets using recycled materials. On June 23, kids will "fill" a Petri dish by assembling materials to answer the question: "What does an island mean to you?" The June 30 session bursts with patriotic pizzazz when Hobbs helps kids decorate their bikes and helmets. Rick Worth's painting boot camp for kids takes place in July. In it, children learn the basics of composition and color mixing while painting a lively Key West scene. It runs 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays and Tuesdays starting July 9. Children ages 7 to 15 can sign up for as many or few classes as they like for both programs; the cost is $25 per session per child. Call 296-0458.Tropic CinemaThe Tropic Cinema in Key West has what it calls Kids Saturday Movie Club in which children 12 and under pay just $1 to attend Saturday matinees at the theater, 416 Eaton St. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday with "Nanny McPhee" starring Emma Thompson and Colin Firth, about a nanny with magical powers who helps a single father with his seven rambunctious kids. It runs every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. until school starts in August. Parents or guardians get in for a buck, too (grownups unaccompanied by a kid are also welcome to Saturday matinees but pay $6). Tropic volunteer John Parce is donating a bicycle to be raffled off the first Saturday of every month. For more information visit www.tropiccine ma.com.Bible schoolsVineyard Community Church on Big Pine Key has a vacation Bible school for kids ages 3 to 11 from June 18 to 22, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day. The theme is "Galaxy Rescue." Contact Georgina for more information at 872-3404 or visit the church at 100 County Road, Big Pine. In Marathon, Kirk of the Keys Presbyterian Church has vacation Bible school on June 14 and 15 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and June 17 at 9 a.m. Planned are team-building games, Bible songs and active Bible adventures. The kids will also participate in an outreach project. To find out more, call 743-4256 or send an e-mail to Kirkdce@gmail.com.Coral CampCoral Camp, from Reef Relief of Key West, is for kids ages 6 to 12 who explore and learn about the Keys marine environment through educational activities at the Reef Relief Environmental Center in Key West. Each day, campers experience hands-on learning, interactive games, group activities and state ofthe-art videos of life at the coral reef. Activities include science and art projects, field trips around Key West, three days of snorkeling courtesy of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park and a reef trip. They also see marine life at the Key West Wildlife Center and Key West Aquarium, go on an interpretive shoreline walk, do a scavenger hunt at the Florida Keys EcoDiscovery Center and more. Nine sessions are available June 11 through Aug. 17. Each session is limited to 25 campers. Cost is $215 per week or $370 for two or more weeks; a limited number of scholarships are available. Camp runs weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To find out more, call 2943100.Camp AdventureCamp Adventure, the city of Marathon's summer camp for kids ages 6 to 13, is now registering campers. Camp runs from June 11 through Aug. 17. Planned weekly activities include a trip to the Jacobs Aquatic Center in Key Largo, the Key West Aquarium, the Fish Bowl bowling alley in Islamorada and the Key West EcoDiscovery Center. Other trips are being planned. The 10-week summer camp is $80 per week. Campers can register for the entire summer or from week to week. Camp runs weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Campers provide their lunch and morning and afternoon snack. For more information or to register, call the Marathon Parks and Recreation Department at 743-6598 or send an e-mail to adamsa@ci.marathon.fl.us. Also, Marathon is running a summer soccer program from June 19 to Aug. 9. It's for kids ages 5 to 12 and costs $40, which includes a team T-shirt, soccer ball and trophy at the end of the season. Games are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. Call or e-mail the contacts above for more information.Pigeon KeyFor children age 8 and older, marine-science camps on Pigeon Key in Marathon present an exciting summer learning opportunity. Camp sessions are set for July 9-13 and July 30-Aug. 3 and include a choice between day camp and overnight camp. Space is limited. Designed to offer handson daily programs, Pigeon Key Marine Science Camp includes workshops on marine mammals, reef fish, coral reef systems and invertebrates. Specimens are gathered in the tidal waters that surround Pigeon Key. They are then contained in touch tanks and selected one by one by an educational team to monitor and highlight their role in the ecosystem. The fun is as extensive as the marine education. Underwater obstacle courses, fishing, snorkeling, campfires and day excursions are part of the sessions. Participants also can opt to get their scuba certification or take a refresher course if already certified. Cost is $300 per child for the day camp only, $500 for camp with a PADI scuba refresher course or $750 per child for the day camp including a scuba certification class. Minimum age requirements apply for scuba classes. Cost for overnight camp is $950. Call Ananda Ellis at (303) 564-8014 or e-mail send an e-mail to pigeon keyed@aol.com.Art programs, movie club among themKeynoter StaffSUMMER CAMP Across 1Abundle, maybe 7Money box 11Fully fills 16Spot order? 19Tile with ordered spots 20Anderson who sang with Ellington 21The 31-Across’s Quakers 22Stout relative 23Kissing game? 25Recessed photo frame 27With 98-Across, “The most beautiful face in the world? It’s yours” speaker 28Turner of records 29“__ a Lady” 30Lousy-sounding sausage 31College hoops org. 33Movie promo 36Wine holders 37Compassionate 41Some are tributarios 42Tchaikovsky’s middle name 44Thing sliding down an aisle? 48Old ad challenge to wannabe artists 52Leer at 53Rest atop 54Filmmaker Lee 56Cause of kitchen tears 57Brooks of comedy 58Waterfall sounds 59Wordplay user 61Iditarod front-runner 63Half a 45 65Zeno, e.g. 67Like sack dresses 68Popular party appetizers? 72Fran Drescher sitcom 74Miller’s Willy 75Lab protection org.? 78Andy with recordsetting serves in excess of 150 mph 79Barnyard beast 80Cheney’s successor 83Dorm VIPs 84Words often heard before a large number 85Big Papi’s team 87One of the Minor Prophets 88Bloke 89Animation pioneer 91Dire circumstance, idiomatically? 95Critical times 97Pos. and neg. 98See 27-Across 99Large land mass 102Court activity 104Noah’s eldest 106Keebler cracker 10815th-century English ruling house 109Going nowhere 111Doctor Bartolo, in “The Barber of Seville” 116Observatory tool 118“Ego Trippin’” rapper? 120Spot 121Cut off during pursuit 122Aural cleaner 123“The Hairy Ape” playwright 124Coral isle 125Bring joy to 126Steinway’s partners? 127Scary spots in suspense movies Down 1Catalog stuff: Abbr. 2“Forgetful me!” 3Forget to include 4It may be broken on the road 5Beetle’s appendage 6Water, to chemists 7Talus neighbor 8Terrible tsar 9Booze, facetiously 10Low area? 11Japanese restaurant staple 12Orbital point farthest from the sun 13Thistlelike plant 14Stop 15Winter blanket 16Native Israeli 17Runner-up’s lament 18Campus armful 24JFK posting 26Waistline concern? 29Merit badge site 32String quartet member 34Sinbad’s giant egglayer 35Relieve (of) 37“Ivy Mike” test weapon 38Eggs on 39Multi-legged critters 40Juice drink suffix 41Sits in a cage, say 43Zagreb resident 45Covert govt. group 46“ABell for Adano” author 47Feedbag morsel 49Common 50Lows 51Many MITgrads 55Watkins __: N.Y. road-racing town 58Won back 59Skid row figures 60Long-range nuke 62Grazer with a rack 64Romantic night out? 66Paints for Pissarro 67Exile 69Health supplements co. 70Colonial well fillers 71Dwells on to excess 72Plodded 73Hgar’s daughter 76“Please, Daddy?” 77“__ Is Born” 79Drop from the staff 81Agnus __ 82Aerie builder 86“Come on, that’s enough!” 87Enters, as a cab 88D.C. school named for a president 90Verb for Popeye 92Try to spot, with “for” 93TLC provider 94Fido’s Easter treat 96Musician with a 1712 Stradivarius 99Montezuma, e.g. 100“Later!” 101R&B’s __ Brothers 103Sherlock’s adversary Adler 104Feeds, as pigs 105Cool, old-style 107Tennis legend 110Rub out 112Quite impressed 113Moonshine mouthful 114Like some providers 115Feathered headturners 117Animation collectible 118Quilting units: Abbr. 119Arg. neighbor Observer crossword puzzle "BABY TALK"Solution in the June 9 Keynoter Key deer (left) will naturally be part of the National Key Deer Refuge's Junior Refuge Ranger program. And Emma Thompson (above) stars in Nanny McPhee'to kick off the Tropic Cinema's Kids Saturday Movie Club this Saturday.

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June 6,Month,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com G R A N N I E  S B E D A A N D B B O N E € Day Care and Overnight boarding for your dog. € 10% OFF for more than one pet € Clean, Safe environment € Quality and caring service M M 8 8 8 5 O O c e a n s i d e C a l l L L i n d a o o r C C r y s t a l a a t ( ( 3 0 5 ) 8 8 5 3 -0 0 0 5 6 granniesdoghotel@aol.comPETGROOMER, LLCGrooming and supplies for your petMM 88.5 Oceanside (305) 852-4644 keyspetgroomer@aol.com 29770 Overseas Hwy € Big Pine Key,MM 29.7 www.reeflighttackle.com € (305) 872-7679We’re pet Friendly!Bring in your pet while you shop for all your fishing needs! Hoss and Kokomo, Marathon Boat Yards Customer Greeters would like to say Adopt a pet today!Žwww.marathonboatyard.com Introducing NormaSpecializing in Foils, Color & Hair-cutting SERVING THE MIDDLE KEYS SINCE 1980 DEPENDABLE SERVICE FAIR PRICESService RepairResidentialCommercial Bill Kelly, OwnerELECTRICAL SERVICES FREE ESTIMATES305-743-6098 Licensed & Insured #EC 525 Marathon, FL E-mail: Kelly6098@aol.com Joyful Pet Sitters T h a n k s our pets and owners for their loyaltyLicensed & Bonded FLORIDA KEYS PREMIER MUSIC PLACE Mile Marker 49.5 743-2220www.TheH u rricaneGrille.com Live M us ic 9 p.m. Wedne s day thro ug h S at u rday $5 L u nche s 7 Day s a Week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Every T u e s day i s Taco T u e s dayEvery Th u r s day i s Win g Ni g htDelivery Available 7 ni g ht s from 5 p.m. to midni g htVoted Best Bar & Live Music Venue JOE is a neutered male 4 yr. old cocker spaniel. Available at the Upper Keys Animal Shelter. 305-451-0088 MACK is a 2 yr old neutered male german shepherd. Available at the Upper Keys Animal Shelter. 305-451-0088 MIA & MILO are 3 yr old female shihtzu and maltese mix male. Available at the Upper Keys Animal Shelter. 305-451-0088 LULU is an adult cat who loves to play. Available at the Safe Harbor, Marathon. 305-743-4800 NERO is a playful mixed breed. Available at the Safe Harbor, Marathon. 305-743-4800 SIMBA is an adult mix who LOVES water! Available at the Safe Harbor, Marathon. 305-743-4800 AMBER is a 4 year old female Shepherd mix. Available at the FL Keys S.P.C.A, Key West. 305-294-4857 KOOPA is a young adult female Domestic Longhair mix. Available at the FL Keys S.P.C.A, Key West. 305-294-4857 LOLA is a young adult female Terrier mix. Available at the FL Keys S.P.C.A, Key West. 305-294-4857 LISA is a 9 month old longhaired Tortoiseshell. Available at Fo rgotten Felines, Marathon. 305-743-2520 SHALIMAR is a 3 month old Snowshoe Siamese. Available at For gotten Felines, Marathon. 305-743-2520 TITUS is a 3 month old Maine Coon mix. Available at For gotten Felines, Marathon. 305-743-2520

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,June 6,2012 Seven Special Olympics athletes from Monroe County traveled to Orlando late last month for the Florida Special Olympics Games.The group brought home nine medals (four gold,three silver and two bronze).Shown here are (from left) Coach George Lindner,Scott Hart,Pam Nelson,Michael Neri,Coach Pamela Lindner,Ray Moreno, Jennifer Averette,Wendy Senical,Peter Sweet and coaches Pat Hart and Bill Anderson.SPECIAL ATHLETES Seven Upper Keys residents recently spent a few hours walking in a nurse's shoes during Shadow a Nurse Day at Mariners Hospital in Tavernier,part of last month's National Nurses Week.Here,Mary Dawson (right),a member of the Mariners Auxiliary board,shadows registered nurse Ruth Curtis,who explains the hospital's new noninvasive cardiac monitor,which provides continuous tracking of cardiac output and other measures of heart function.SHADOW A NURSE LIVING BRIEFSMarathon High reunion SaturdayMarathon High School's Class of 2002 has its 10th reunion Saturday from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Hurricane Bar and Grille. Everyone is welcome. There will be a cash bar, and other activities are planned for the weekend. Contact Kristen Livengood at 481-0685.Guest bartending set for June 13You 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. They 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; Marathon Boat Yard and Marine Center owner Bruce Popham; 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 Largo-based attorney Bernadette Restivo; and Keynoter Editor Larry Kahn. The event will include a silent auction.Free admission for locals in JuneJune is locals month for Historic Tours of America, and that means free admission to all of Key West attractions for Monroe County residents throughout the month. They include the Conch Tour Train, Old Town Trolley Tours, Harry S. Truman Little White House, Key West Aquarium, Flagler Station Oversea Railway Historeum and the Key West Shipwreck Museum. All you have to do is show proof of Monroe residency with a driver's license, voter registration card, utility bill or lease. The promotion is for individuals and families, not groups.Wanted:Candidates for Fantasy FestCan you picture yourself wearing a cape and crown, carrying a royal scepter and drinking from a royal chalice while riding the royal float in the 2012 Fantasy Fest parade? If so, AIDS Help wants you as a candidate in the campaign for king and queen of Fantasy Fest 2012. The organization hosts a meeting at 6 p.m. June 11 at the Southernmost Hotel, 1319 Duval St., Key West, for anyone interested in becoming a candidate. In the months leading up to October's Fantasy Fest, candidates hold fundraisers for AID Help. Whoever raises the most is crowned king and queen. To find out more, call Pam DeMala at 296-6196.Ambassadors registeringHow do police officers know if a warrant is out for the guy on the corner? Why is Old Town Key West considered an historic treasure? Where do taxes go once you've paid them? The answers are just some of the knowledge you'll gain as a Key West Ambassador. The Key West Ambassadors Academy has opened registration for Class 19. Applications are on the city's website at www.keywestcity.com or you can call Alyson Crean at 809-1058. Space is limited. The weekly classes begin June 19 and wrap Oct 18; the schedule is subject to possible change. The class meets Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m., usually at the Florida Keys Eco Discovery Center at the Truman Waterfront. There are field trips, as well.Lunch cooking for Upper Keys seniorsThe Monroe County Senior Lunch Program invites those age 60 and older to head to the Plantation Key Government Center weekdays for lunch. The center is at mile marker 88.8 bayside. Low-sugar, low-sodium meals are planned by a licensed Alliance for Aging nutritionist and served at noon. But show up anytime after 10:30 a.m. to enjoy music, card games, computer access and more. On the first and third Tuesday of each month, there are bingo parties. Beginning June 11, the program will offer computer classes from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The classes will continue each Monday for five sessions, with labs offered Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. until noon. Classes are free and provided through the Alliance for Aging. Call 853-7355 to register. If you need transportation, call Monroe County Transit at 292-4424 at least 24 hours in advance for a reservation. For $1, you get door-to-door service.

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Wednesday,June 6,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Upper Keys Garden Club installed new officers and directors at its May meeting at the Francis Tracy Garden Center in Key Largo.They are (from left) Kathy Janco,Julie Schneeberger,Evelyn McGlone (past president),Marilyn Rogers (president-elect),Pat Cullin,Terry Estep,Marlies Kraemer (president),Edna Waldorf (treasurer),Linda Gonsalves (secretary) and Jerri Grossman.Not pictured are Paula Mitchell and Lonell Rice.NEW GARDENER LEADERSHIP The Keys chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution installs its officers for 2012 to 2014.They are (from left) Orva Clubb,librarian;Edna Waldorf,treasurer; Nancy Auten,corresponding secretary;Karenanne Gilbert,recording secretary;Lois Griffin,chaplain;Dorothy Witwer,second vice regent;and Virginia Spear,regent.On the right is state regent Donna Cullen.Not shown is Keys vice regent Barbara Stroud.OFFICER INSTALLATION JUST MARRIED Kristen Grimes and Travis Livengood of Big Pine Key wed May 5 in Key West with Teri Anderson officiating.Parents of the bride (a Marathon High School and University of South Florida graduate) are John and Charlene Grimes of Key Colony Beach.Parents of the groom (a Key West High graduate working in construction) are Louis and Barbara Naranjo of Dandridge,Tenn.Christin Selmon was maid of honor.Chase Grimes was best man.Summer and Marina, the bride and groom's daughters,were the flower girls. Seniors health program under wayThe Florida Keys Area Health Education Center in partnership with the Health Foundation of South Florida and the Healthy Aging Regional Collaborative is offering its Enhance Fitness Program for seniors in Monroe County throughout the summer. The program is a researched, evidencebased program that incorporates balance, coordination and flexibility exercises as well as cardio and weight training. Classes are held three days a week and cost $25 per month. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Classes are held at: The Key Largo Civic Club, Ocean Bay Drive (mile marker 100), 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Founders Park, mile marker in Islamorada, from 8 to 9 a.m. Key Colony Beach City Hall, 8 to 9 a.m. Big Pine United Methodist Church, Key Deer Boulevard, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Classes are held at: Pirate Wellness Center, mile marker 21.4, from 9:10 to 10:10 a.m. Keys Senior Citizen Plaza, 1400 Kennedy Drive, Key West, from 10 to 11 a.m. Stay Fit Studio, 804 White St., Key West, from 1 to 2 p.m. For more information, call 743-7111, Ext. 208.Several sites make it easy to get fitTO YOUR HEALTHBiggest palm myths debunkedPalm trees are one of the most beloved landscape ornamentals in South Florida and are relatively simple to grow in your yard. But despite the popularity and ease of growing palms, most homeowners know only scant truths about the palms in their backyards. Palm myths have run rampant and are becoming more widely accepted than the facts. For an ornamental that is so dear to our hearts and vital to our landscape, it is a shame they are misunderstood. The time to debunk these myths is long overdue. Myth: Palms are trees. The name does lend many to believe that palms are trees. In fact, the differences between palms and trees far outweigh their similarities. Atree is a type of perennial woody plant that exhibits secondary branching from a single main trunk and has multiple growing points. Palms have an entirely different form, more closely related to grasses. Palms have only one point of new growth, the bud or palm heart, and grow from that one point. With the palm producing one new leaf at a time from the bud, the newest leaf, or spear, is easily identifiable. As a new spear is formed, the current spear will fold open and join the canopy. As the leaves age they move throughout the canopy, turn brown, die and eventually drop off. Palm trunks are not woody and cannot heal, grow, shrink or change in any way once formed. Myth: Palms are wind pollinated. While it is possible for palms to be wind pollinated, new studies prove that most palms are not. Palms are angiosperms, meaning they produce flowers with pollen and nectar. Nectar is a food source for many insect pollinators. Although the nectar reward is minimal, many insects visit palm flowers and aid in pollination. Major palm pollinators include bees, beetles, flies and wasps. Most of our native palms, such as sabal minor, or bush palmetto, attract a variety of insects to their delicate flowers, and pollination is not insect speciesspecific. In one rare case, a Fiji palm, is pollinated by native hummingbirds. The myth of wind pollination began when researchers first started studying palms in Europe. The one palm that grew in Europe near these researchers, the European fan palm, is wind pollinated. Researchers assumed that the European fan palm was the rule, not the exception. For decades, people have given credit to wind and disregarded insect pollinators. Myth Palms love the beach. When asked to think about happy palms, our minds quickly conjure images of palms lining white sand beaches. Our idealized palms revel in the beach vacation. South Florida native palm trees, along with a few other palm species, including the archetypal coconut palm, can withstand these conditions but these are in the minority. South Florida is known for its sandy, limestone soils, distinct wet and dry seasons and blazing sun. About 50 palms are suited for these conditions. The remainder of the 2,500 palm species prefer rich, acidic soils protected by the shade in regions that are warm and wet year-round. These areas are extremely dissimilar to the beaches of South Florida and the Caribbean. Much like the early researchers in Europe, we have fabricated a rule out of our own personal palm experience. Palms are much-loved landscape ornamentals used in most South Florida yards. Yet these stunning plants are shrouded in myths that detract from their true beauty. By learning the truths about our favorite landscape pieces, we increase our understanding of palms and begin to take better care of them. Next time you hear any of these palm myths, start spreading the truth and help increase awareness of the benefits of these magnificent plants. Sara Edelman is palm and cycad manager at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami.They aren't even really genuine treesBy SARA EDELMANYOUR GARDEN

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,June 6,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A A A A 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 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 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 / 9041700 NOTICE Pursuanttotheprovisionof Chapter194.035(1)ofthe FloridaStatutes,theClerkof theValueAdjustmentBoardis nowacceptingapplications fromindividualswhoarewilling andqualifiedtoserveas SpecialMagistrateforthe purposeoftakingtestimony andmakingrecommendations totheBoard. Aspecialmagistrate appointedtohearissuesof exemptionsandclassifications shallbeamemberofThe FloridaBarwithnolessthan5 A A yearsexperienceintheareaof advaloremtaxation.Aspecial magistrateappointedtohear issuesregardingthevaluation ofrealestateshallbeastate certifiedrealestateappraiser withnotlessthan5years experienceinrealproperty valuation.Aspecialmagistrate appointedtohearissues regardingthevaluationof tangiblepersonalpropertyshall beadesignatedmemberofa nationallyrecognized appraisersorganizationwith notlessthan5years experienceintangiblepersonal 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 / 9098800 NOTICEOF PUBLICAUCTION A uctiontobeheldon 6/21/2012 at8:00A.M. at AllAmerican Towing&Tire,Inc.,711 LargoRd,KeyLargo,FL 33037, inaccordancetoFL statuesection713.78for unpaidtowing&storage. 2004ChevySilverado1500 4DR VIN / 2GCEC19V541114524 2005Dodgecaravan VIN / 1D4GP45RX5B231074 PublishJune6,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9110300 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-CP-32-M MiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF JEFFREYC.JUVE Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJeffreyC.Juve,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasMarch 24,2012,andthelastfourdigits ofwhosesocialsecurity numberare9157,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,Florida33050.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 TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisJune6,2012. PersonalRepresentative: JulieA.Reneau 5862MistFlowerLane Westerville,Ohio43082 A ttorneyforPersonal Representative: RichardE.Warner A ttorneyforPersonal Representative FloridaBarNumber:283134 RICHARDEWARNER,P.A. P.O.Box501317 12221OverseasHighway Marathon,FL33050 Telephone:(305)743-6022 Fax:(305)743-6216 E-Mail: richard…rewarnerlaw.com PublishJune6,13,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter

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June 6,Month,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A A 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 LOGO 90344 Error: 1 90344 3 x 3.0 (42.5098) 628758 WE ARE HIRING ISLANDER RESORT>> K0280RESTAURANTS/BARS/HOTELS 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. Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82 LOGODummy060 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 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 Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in the classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or ads@keynoter.com YOU HAVE IT. GET RESULTSWith KeynoterClassifieds 743-5551 www.keysnet.com E.O.E.We are hiring for the following positions:Full and Part-time Dishwashers Line CookGrowing Property!Must be flexible and able to work weekends and holidays.Please apply within at hotel lobby.ISLANDERRESORTM.M. 82.1 Islamorada

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Wednesday,June 6,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 Dummy0604-15:56:12 5 x 6.7 (95.2941) Dummy Dummy A A A A A A 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 SERVICEJOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN ForMarathonarea.Musthave atleast10yearsexp.Please callBill,305-743-6098 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 Lookingforlongtermcare. Certifiedhomehealthcare aide neededinKeyColony Beach,for27yearoldwoman. Upto5daysavail.11:30am8:30pm.Privatepay.FLKeys residentonly.631-831-0879 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. FRONTDESK RESERVATIONSPECIALIST KeyColonyBeach.Hotel ExperienceRequired.ApplyIn Person.351EastOceanDrive IMMEDIATEHIRING DinnerBusPerson/Food Runnerat HIDEAWAYCAFE CallRobert289-1554between 10am-noonforappointment. Nowacceptingapplications forallpositions. A pplyinpersonat PAPAJOHNSPIZZA 5105O/SHwy,Marathon. 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 BIKE Mens24Trek920single track24spdmountainbikewith roadtires.RockShox.6.0SRT alumframe,accessoriesincl. Originally$2000,asking$500 OBO.Marathon815-353-8229 BOWFLEX ULTIMATEHOMEGYM Keptindoors,excellent condition.310pounds. $200OBO.815-353-8229 CEILINGFANS(5) White,Hunterbrand. $25each. Goodcondition. Call305-896-3545 GreatSelections! Used& almostnewrefrigerators&side bysides.ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.305-393-3238 12Restauranttables48  x30  with16matchingbooths. Goodcondition.$1,000OBO. InquireatBigJohnsPizza, K-MartPlazainKeyWest orcall305-896-3545 A A GrassyKey/Morton,MM58.6. 4BR/2BA,$2000/Mo ‚ Utilities.F/L/S.Ground-level.Some furniture.Longterm.Petsconsidered.Non-smoking.Open water/view.Fenced/private. 305-923-4279 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 OCEANFRONTMARATHON Updated3br,2ba,deepwater, forRentorSale.$2500/moor $549K.Hottub.50dock.Tile floors.Avail7/1.732-674-3451 2BR/1BAstilthomeoncanal inUpperSugarloafKey.Avail. immed.$1650/mo,F/L/S. A lLederofPreferred Properties305-304-7359 A A 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 AMARATHONSTUDIO, secluded,private,nicely landscaped,alltile,W/D. $750/mo,F/L,inclutil, WiFi,cable.617-905-8742 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 LIVEABOARDBOAT ,utilities &cableinc.$550/mo.Trade rentforwork.Mustbereliable& competenthandyman.Inquire 2525OverseasHwy, Marathon. MARATHON 1BR,1BAinonehalfduplex, $800.F/L/S. CallRemax,743-2300forinfo. MARATHON1BRAPT. Tiledfloors,laundryroom. $700/mo,F/L/S.Allutilities included.305-481-3305 MARATHON2/1halfduplex. Tilefloors,laundryrm,terrace. Waterfrontoceanside propertyw/dock .$1350/mo. SmpetOK.305-989-8804 MARATHON2BR1BA HALFDUPLEX Unfurnished.Largeyard. $1,025/mo.First&$800sec. 305-731-4882 MARATHON Centrally located,newlyredecorated, newappls.2/1,unfurn. Coveredpatio.F/L/S.$995/mo. 305-395-2095 Marathon-Furn2BRApt. on SombreroBeachRd.Dockage ondeepcanal,sunrm,laundry rm,tikihut,grndflr,2carprking $1600/mo.305-360-4246 MARATHON-FURNISHED 2/2CONDO. Pool,dockavail. $1,250/mo ‚ utils. CallMarcy305-289-6505 C.B.SchmittRealEstate MARATHONHALFDUPLEX Oncanal.2BR,1BA.Verycute. Centrallylocated.Renovated. Tiled.Smallpetok.$1,050/mo. 305-481-7554 A A MM103 GULFFRONTAPT 2BR,1BA.AvailJuly1st. $1,200/mo.F/L/S.60concrete dockwithboatdavitsavailable withit,extra.954-290-1444 2BR/2.5BATWNHS MM92 Unfurn.W/D,D/W,cbl.w/wifi. 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 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. Excellentlocation.$990per month.239-541-1678 STOREFRONT/OFFICE SPACE MM99.6,middle ofhwy.1250sq.ft.,large parkinglot.Avail.July1. Call305-522-6598. A A RVLOTSFORRENT DocksAvail .Islamorada Bayside,MM81.5.Full hook-ups.Weekly,Seasonal, A nnual Call305-393-3377 A A MARATHON 3BR,2BA STILTHOME Oncanal,80x80lot.60062nd St.$490Kobo.FSBO!Driveby thencall305-304-9189. 201042CountryCoach motorcoach 4slides,loaded. Valuedatappx$600,000, want totradeforwaterfronthome inFloridaKeys. 239-671-7800 A A KEYLARGO ParkModelfor sale.Handicappeddesigned, 1BR,furnished.Neverlivedin. $15,000.Ownerfinancing available.305-522-5841 A A LOOKINGTORENTOR PURCHASE ,KWtoBigPine. Smalllotforanursery.Must haveboataccess&water/elect facilities.305-731-5001 A A A A20ftGradyWhiteCC96 Yamaha200lowhrs.Ttop, leaningpost.Surveyavailable. Extraclean.Tandumtrailer. Callfordetailsandupgrades. Reduced$13,900Michael 815-530-7755/305-743-7524 AA20ftGradyWhiteCC96 Yamaha200lowhrs.Ttop, leaningpost.Surveyavailable. Extraclean.Tandumtrailer. Callfordetailsandupgrades. Reduced$13,900Michael 815-530-7755/305-743-7524 252520XLPARKER 2004 With2004Yamaha225 4-stroke.Fullelectronics.Exc. Condition!CallSteve,at ShelterBayMarine,743-7008 25GRADYWHITE,1991Hull Sailfish,2-2006Yamaha4 stroke150hpengines,with78 hoursoneach.1ownerboat. $25,000.305-289-1987,Jeff. 26ProSportsCCProKat04 T-200YamahaHPDIs,hard t-top,consolew/head,completelyfishrigged,1owner, clean!$35,995305-872-3123 29COMMERCIALY&G 300HPJohnDeere,lowhours. Fishing&trappulling. Fullelectronics.$23Kobo. 305-664-8033,Islamorada 31GULFSTREAMDAY CHARTER Twin210Cummins diesels,tower.1st$17,500 takesher!CallKenatAction Marine.305-394-7507 CarolinaSkiffSpecialists All sizes&models:SeaChasers, Benningtonpontoons&Hydrasports.CallFt.MyersforWest Coastpricing!800-955-7543 A A BOATSLIPFORRENT MM99OCEANSIDE Upto40ft.catamarans,etc.No liveaboards.Water&electric included.(305)942-3055 A A BOATSLIPFORSALE in Islamorada.Large50ft.slip. YachtClubmemberhip included.Greatlocation! Call305-393-7494. BoatStorageInMarathon Wet&dryslipsavailimmed. 40&50wetslips,also36dry rackinsidestorage.Othersizes alsoavailable.305-289-0064 DrySlipattheBoatHouseat VACACUT,Marathonforrent 33x10x76. In&outs&poolincluded. $225/moCall610-220-8168 HOTSUMMERSPECIAL! BOATSLIPS,$425/mo. SombreroMarina/Dockside, Marathon743-5663oremail sombreromarina…comcast.net A A 42Aluminumboattrailer. Likenew!Stainlessbrakes, 18,000lbs.$5200obo. Call305-395-0806,Marathon. AADavebuyspermits SoAtlanticSnapper,Grouper, GulfReef,K/Mack,Shark, Sword,Tuna. $$$in48hours!904-262-2869 Alltypesofpermitsforsale!! RockShrimp,KingFish,S A tlanticSnapper,Grouper,Gulf 6Packreef&pelagic, CommercialGulfReefFish, GulfSnapperIFQs,LongLine Pkg.Manyotherpermitsavail. Webuy,sell&brokeralltypes ofpermits.Callbeforeyoubuy orsell!Pleasecallforprices. Licensed&Bonded.Allpermits guaranteedvalidfortransfer, manyrefsavail.JohnPottsJr. 321-784-5982,321-302-3630 www.shipsusa.com LOBSTER/STONECRAB BUSINESSFORSALE 43Torresboat,3500Lobster traps&certs;3600Crabtraps &certs.Allbusinessequipincl. $1.2million.305-743-4594 LOBSTERTRAPSAND CERTS 2,000 $150each. Repairedandtagged. 305-393-1071 MTHN-MarineStorage :boats, trailers,campers,anyclean storageOKonwheels.Best ratesintown.Checkwithus first!CallEmil,731-3386 A A**STONECRABBOAT/ TRAPS/TAGS** 197428TCraftwith199931266cylCat runsgreat,Raymarine A 50DGPS,VHF,AM/FMwell maintained,newthisseasonZF 2:1Geareverythingworks, greatstonecrabboat.Triple axlealuminumtrailerwithnew tires.1,375Bstonecrabcerts. 1,070usedplastictraps (additionalcerts/traps availableifdesired)WILLNOT SEPARATE941.615.7269 j sabo941…yahoo.com $49,000 AA**STONECRABBOAT/ TRAPS/TAGS** 197428TCraftwith199931266cylCat runsgreat,Raymarine A50DGPS,VHF,AM/FMwell maintained,newthisseasonZF 2:1Geareverythingworks, greatstonecrabboat.Triple axlealuminumtrailerwithnew tires.1,375Bstonecrabcerts. 1,070usedplastictraps (additionalcerts/traps availableifdesired)WILLNOT SEPARATE941.615.7269 jsabo941…yahoo.com $49,000 A A AUTOSWANTED ALLYEARS Junk-Used.Car-Van-Truck. Runningornot. Cashpaid. 305-332-0483 ParadiseTowingisbuyingjunkedcars. Call(305)731-6540 SellingMySoul! 2012Kia Soul,14,500miles,34mpg, warranty,basemodel,6-speed automatic,beigecolor,$15,500 firm.907-321-5103 A A 93FORDEXPLORER Rebuiltin2011 GREATSHAPE. $700 305-395-0404 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