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Publication Date: 06-16-2012
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .7B Living . . . . . . .2B Business . . . . . .7A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .6BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 16,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.48 25 CENTS In L'Attitudes'Midsummer Night's Dream and Spectacle' gets ready to take over the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden.Story, 4B Whimsy and wonder fill the bill for Midsummers NightLast year, a washed-out weekend put a damper on the fifth annual Midsummers Night Dream and Spectacle. The forecast this year calls for much improved weather (no rain, please) for this years iteration, which combines elements of art, music, dance, poetry and more. The 6th annual event runs from 5-11 p.m. Saturday, June 23 (weather permitting, of course), on the grounds of the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden, 5210 College Rd., Stock Island. Michael Shields, creator of the event and Art Behind Bars Executive Director, said Midsummers Night has become a night of creative expression, feasting, dancing, singing and theatrical antics.Ž The Key West Fringe, formerly known as The Peoples Theater of Key West, will stage scenes from several of the Bards great works, including O thello,Ž Twelfth NightŽ and Taming of the Shrew.ŽD an c e, p o etry the a te r, m u s ic in th e G ard e nLA ttitudes Staf fKEY WESTCelebrate dance at School Dazeperformances June 16-17With school just ended, the Marathon Community Theatres dance troupe has decided its a perfect time to head back-to-school musically. School Daze,Ž a dance medley featuring moves to the music of the Beastie Boys, the Police and others, kicks off June 16-17. Directed by Kristeen Teague, the program will include some well-known songs like Stephen Sondheims Cool,Ž from WstSideStory,Ž Dont MeŽby Dance. The theater company offers free dance classes to members in tap, hip-hop, jazz, ballroom, Bollywood, belly dancing, comical and lyrical styles. Performances will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 16, and a 3 p.m. show on Sunday, June 17. Tickets cost $12, plus a donated food item to benefit K.A.I.R., a Marathon-based non-profit serving individuals and families in crisis. Jennifer Powell is producing School Daze,Ž with Jackie and Tom ONeil handling the sound and lighting duties. Choreographers for this show include: Cheryl Wilcox, Sarah Brignac, Kristeen Teague, Jackie DonnaNussenblattMCT hosts its own tah DanceMARATHONJune 21 Art Walkabout plugs artistry of fly fishingThe art of fly fishing and there is art to that will be the featured draw for Morada Way Arts Districts Third Thursday Walkabout, June 21. Experts will demonstrate the art of tying flies and aficionados of the sport will also get to see on display some vintage flies done by the masters. Since Islamorada promotes itself as the Fishing Capital of the World, what better way to marry the world of sport fishing with the world of art and the pursuit of good design? Indeed. There is so much more to fly fishing than just ... fishing,Ž says Daniela Woody, director of events for the Art District non-profit. This sport is an art form all its own, from the beauty of fly casting, to the intricate creation of fly tying. For thousands of years anglers have been wrapping hooks with feathers, threads, wool and fur in order to imitate someIslamoradas heritage sport in spotlightISLAMORADAIslamorada reprises Fine Art Expo in 2013The Morada Way Art District has been getting some positive reviews in regional and national art ins their works is going out now. Thats an early heads up with a Nov. 9 deadline for all applications. The Morada Way Art District is located along portions of the Old Highway in Islamorada. A half-mile long stretch boasts 14 galleries, restaurants and boutiques participating in Third Thursdays, evening btsArt reviews give high marks to showART classget set for the 7 at Feathers,spangles and other lures become art in the hands of fly-tying masters.See KWBG,5B Artist Phillip Hall brought his award-winning jewelry design to Islamoradas inaugural Fine Art Expo in January. Masked revelers and costumes of whimsy and wonder are encouraged at Midsummer's Night Dream event,scheduled June 23.See Fly fishing,5B Search for SchausResearchers try to capture a rare Schaus butterfly for breeding but fail in their first effort.Story, 5A Missing electronics increaseThe county's public-corruption prosecutor says he's identified nearly 50 missing Monroe County-owned iPhones and iPads many more than originally thought. "We're just shy of 50 pieces of equipment total. Those are mostly phones. I don't think we found any more iPads," said Assistant State Attorney Mark Wilson. Former Monroe County Technical Services Director Lisa Druckemiller stands accused of taking the electronics and selling them to county employees and others. She hasn't been charged; a grand jury is looking into the matter. For her part, Druckemiller says she plans to testify before the grand jury "wherever they let me." She may have that chance next month, Wilson said. He said he's close to wrapping up his investigation and intends to present evidence to the grand jury by mid-July. "There's still a couple people we need to talk to, so we're getting close to finished," Wilson said. One of those people is Druckemiller, who's yet to be interviewed by the State Attorney's Office. She said Friday she called there once hoping to go in and speak to investigators. "I was advised by my attorney not to do that again. I want to get this behind me and move on with my life," Druckemiller said. Wilson said his office has been negotiating with Druckemiller's attorneys as to the conditions of her interview. "I'm happy to sit down and talk to her, but I'm not going to offer her immunity of any sort," he said. Some have speculated that Druckemiller's two sons were somehow involved in selling the iPhones and iPads. Wilson declined comment on that while Druckemiller said they're not involved. "I can tell you that my children did nothing wrong. They're innocent in this whole thing," she said. The investigation started at the beginning of March, shortly after Druckemiller resigned when a MonroeWilson says nearly 50 identified; Druckemiller is eager to testifyBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comIPAD/IPHONE INVESTIGATIONSee Ipad,3ACrocodolly makes it a trifectaWith her unerring talent for publicity, Crocodolly is becoming the Kim Kardashian of crocodiles. The 8-foot American crocodile made headlines once again Wednesday, venturing ashore into a bayside neighborhood on Plantation Key. She was captured, transported and released in a remote area of Florida Bay for the third time in two years. "Hopefully this will resolve the situation," said Lindsey Hord, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in charge of South Florida's nuisance crocodiles and al---ligators. "Sometimes when you get after them a little bit, crocodiles leave and never come back." Crocodolly's demonstrated fondness for Tavernier seems to suggest otherwise. Once American crocodiles decide someplace is home, they can be relentless in their determination to return, Hord said. Crocodolly's exploits have been featured in several newspaper articles, and her second capture was chronicled on the "Operation Wild" television series on Discovery. "She is famous," Hord chuckled, "a real star." In June 2010, new homeowners in the IndianFor 3rd time, she's captured, taken out to bayUPPER KEYS Photo by LINDA FICKINGERCrocodolly knows the routine.Here,on Wednesday,she is prepped for yet another transfer out to Florida Bay. This makes it a hat track for the female reptile. Rules rewriting process beginsIdeas from new protected marine areas to fewer rules on boaters will surface this week as the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and local national wildlife refuges start drawing plans for the future. "We're looking forward to hearing the whole spectrum of what people think about what's happening in the sanctuary and wildlife refuges," Sanctuary Superintendent Sean Morton said. To begin work to update management plans for the sanctuary and Lower Keys federal wildlife refuges, government agencies hold three public meetings in Monroe County this week to explain the process and take comments on ideas for changes in existing regulations (schedule, 6A). The complete process to create new management plans is expected to take more than three years but suggestions presented this week will help shape the direction. With the exception of creating the Tortugas Ecological Reserves, the sanctuary has not significantly altered its marine zoning no-take areas or general regulations in 15 years. "It's time," Morton said. "We have some new science and condition reports to show what's working and where changes may need to be made." The Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge and the Key West National Wildlife Refuge, both of which cover waters in the Lower Keys, is coordinating with the sanctuary for its plan update. "We have to determine what is best for the refuges," said manager Anne Morkill. "Some things we can do something about, some we cannot." Refuge staff wants to know what people think about options including possible seasonal changes for some backcountry areas that are now closed to access year-round, Morkill said. At the 4 to 8 p.m. meetings, people will be invited to hear an overview of the ongoing process, followed by a chance to ask questionsSanctuary and refuges want your inputENVIRONMENTProperty appraiser: Nothing evil with reversalMonroe County Pro-perty Appraiser Karl Borglum says he gave several people a heads up he might not run for a full four-year term this year at least a week before candidate qualifying ended June 8. Borglum has been heavily criticized since then for pulling out of the race just hours before the noon deadline, while another Property Appraiser's Office employee, Scott Russell, qualified at the same time. Many have accused the two of purposefully waiting until the last minute so Russell would be elected unopposed which he was. Borglum was considered a lock to be elected and had drawn no opposition before pulling out. He was adamant Friday that he and Russell, who oversees residential and commercial appraisals in Key West, did nothing wrong. "There was no arrangement. I was considering not running and I talked to people who might be interested," he said. Borglum declined to identify those people, saying only that some were his employees and others were not. "I'm not going to drag anybody else into the discussion," he said.Borglum says no deal with RussellPOLITICS OUTDOORS DINING Photo by SUE AMBROSEThese wild Keys iguanas enjoy some lettuce on a nice sunny day.The animals'colors can be beautiful,but many people don't like them because they tend to munch on gardens and can leave their waste everywhere.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSee Crocodolly,2ASee Appraiser,2A See Sanctuary,5A

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,June 16,2012PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8879 SUN.8877 MON.8881 TUES.9082 Forecast:Partly to mostly cloudy,with variable chance of rain through Tuesday. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming: Bahia Honda State Park (Sandspur). Smathers Beach,Key West.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$59.53 in Florida and $56.16 out-of-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail.Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US GETTING IT STRAIGHTAstory in Wednesday's Keynoter contained an incorrect spelling for a man quoted in a story about a proposed law banning living in cars. He is Michelangelo Giuseppe Peluso. 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 CASHPRIZES Dolphin 1st $7001st Junior $300 2nd $3502nd Junior $200 3rd $2003rd Junior $100 Heaviest Tuna $750 Heaviest Wahoo $750Burdines Waterfront Marina(305) 743-53171200 Oceanview Ave.Marathon,FL 33050Official IGFA Weigh Station 1/3 of No Name poles in the groundLower Keys utility Keys Energy Services isn't letting an Aug. 29 injunction hearing get in the way of installing power poles on No Name Key. Keys Energy spokesman Julio Barroso said that as of Friday, 21 of 60 poles paid for by the No Name Key Property Owners Association were installed. "Our [opinion] was if there is an injunction, we would stop. But barring that, we are proceeding because we have a contract with the property owners association," Barroso said. Homeowners on the 43-home island off Big Pine Key have battled for years over commercial electricity on the off-thegrid island. They use solar panels and diesel generators to power their houses. Thirty-two homeowners comprise the Property Owners Association. They paid $650,000 to Keys Energy to install the poles and lines. The contracts for installation, as well as a conduit along the No Name Key Bridge, were approved on May 9. The Monroe County Commission, in a rushed vote just before 5 p.m. during its May meeting, agreed to sue Keys Energy Services to stop the utility from installing the lines on the 1,000-acre island. County officials say power lines would violate code for No Name, among other things. But Assistant County Attorney Derek Howard told the Keynoter Friday that Circuit Court Judge David Audlin denied a request for a preliminary injunction hearing. "We filed a motion for a temporary injunction when we found out work was about to begin, but the court did not deem it to be an emergency," he said. All 60 poles will likely be in the ground well before the Aug. 29 hearing in Key West, so Howard said the county is considering having its Code Department "red tag" the construction. "The only remedy would be to red tag them. There's no legal decision made by any court that has authorized the work being done by them right now," he said. Making things worse is the fact that No Name Key resident Jim Newton was granted a permit this week by the county Growth Management Department to connect his house to the lines once they're installed. Howard said the permit was granted in error and it's since been revoked. Newton has the right to appeal. "It wasn't reviewed by [the Planning Department] and apparently, as I understand it, the person who'd normally review a permit for that sub-area was on vacation," he said, noting the application had a Big Pine Key address and didn't note the permit was for a home on No Name Key.County still fighting for an injunctionNO NAME KEY LeGateVeletaRuthLeGate, age 77,ofHighSprings,FL,and formerlongtimeresidentof KeyLargo,FL,diedonMay31, 2012,atClareBridgeof GainesvilleFL. VeletawasborntoPauland RuthColby,inFairview,OKon December17,1934just minutesafterhertwinbrother Velden. Veletagraduatedas ValedictorianfromCheyenne ValleyHighSchool,andvery soonaftermarriedNorman LeGate,herchildhood sweetheart.Theymetwhen shewas10andhewas11at theweddingofherbrother VerlynandhissisterGlenna. Theyremaineddevotedto eachotherfor57years. VeletaandNormanlovedto travelandcalledmanydifferent placeshomeoverthecourse oftheirlives.In1971they movedtoandfellinlovewith theFloridaKeyswhereshe beganherrealestatecareer. Shebeganassecretaryto renownedRealEstateBroker JosephLanceinthe70s,and aswitheverythingelseshe excelled.ByOctober1976she hadherrealestatelicense,and thenintheearly80sshe becamearealestatebroker andopenedherownoffice, IslandProperties.In1985she wasnamedRealtoroftheYear andin1989shewaselected PresidentoftheFloridaKeys BoardofRealtors. InDecemberof2000, NormanandVeletamovedto Branford,FLtoenjoytheir retirementyears.Justafew yearslaterVeletawasstricken withAlzheimers.Norman becamehermostpatient, lovinganddevotedcaregiver untilhisdeathin2010.Her grand-daughterTiara, daughterTraciandotherfamily memberstookoverthisroleto givehertheloveandcarethat hehad.However,regardlessof aspirations,noonecouldever filltheshoesofherbeloved Normie. Veletaissurvivedbyher threechildren:DevanLeGate, ofKeyLargo,FL;Steve(Dede) LeGate,Inverness,FLand Traci(John)Bacom),High Springs,FL.Herfour grandchildren:Brandon (Heather)LeGate, Gaithersburg,MD;Tiffany (Jose)Wheaton,KeyLargo, FL;TaniaBurgess,CapeCod, MAandTiaraWheaton,Key Largo,FL.Hergreatgrandchildren:AspenLeGate andBaileyMarieZepeda.Her twinbrotherVelden(Elaine) Colby,Citra,FLandsister VonaNoble,Wichita,KS.Many lovingnieces,nephewsand otherfamilymembersandlong timefriends. Veletawaspredeceasedby theloveofherlifeNorman LeGate,herparentsPauland RuthColbyandherbrothers VerlynandVinton. Veletawillbelaidtorestat theOakGroveMemorial CemeteryinBranford,FL. A rrangementshavebeen madethroughEvansCarter FuneralHome,HighSprings, FL. Veletawasadevotedwife, sister,motherand grandmother.Although A lzheimerstookawaymostof herthoughtsandwords,she alwaysrememberedtosay Iloveyou. Memorialdonationscanbe madethrough: http://www.alz.org/cnfl/ A ASILARSusanJ.Silar, 65,formerly ofWrightsville,PA,passed awayonFriday,June8th, 2012,atherhomesurrounded byherlovedones.Susanwas co-ownerofseveral businesseswithherhusband, mostrecentlyVicePresidentof Fabricators,Inc.onBigPine Key.Shewasthedaughterof thelateWilliamandDorothy Mann.Susanissurvivedbyher lovinghusband,LynwoodSilar, 2children,Michaeland JenniferSilar,and5 grandchildren,aswellasmany niecesandnephews. AcelebrationofSusanslife washeldatBoondockson RamrodKeyonThursday, June14th.Intermentwillbe private. Inlieuofflowers,thefamily suggeststhatdonationsbe madeinmemoryofSusantoH. LeeMoffittCancerCenter& ResearchInstitute,12902 MagnoliaDrive,Tampa,FL 33612.TheDean-Lopez FuneralHomeisentrustedwith allfuneralarrangements. AASILARSusanJ.Silar, 65,formerly ofWrightsville,PA,passed awayonFriday,June8th, 2012,atherhomesurrounded byherlovedones.Susanwas co-ownerofseveral businesseswithherhusband, mostrecentlyVicePresidentof Fabricators,Inc.onBigPine Key.Shewasthedaughterof thelateWilliamandDorothy Mann.Susanissurvivedbyher lovinghusband,LynwoodSilar, 2children,Michaeland JenniferSilar,and5 grandchildren,aswellasmany niecesandnephews. AcelebrationofSusanslife washeldatBoondockson RamrodKeyonThursday, June14th.Intermentwillbe private. Inlieuofflowers,thefamily suggeststhatdonationsbe madeinmemoryofSusantoH. LeeMoffittCancerCenter& ResearchInstitute,12902 MagnoliaDrive,Tampa,FL 33612.TheDean-Lopez FuneralHomeisentrustedwith allfuneralarrangements. Waterways subdivision on Plantation Key discovered the crocodile living in a freshwater pond in their backyard. With shade, fresh water and easy access to the nearby canal, it was "virtually a crocodile heaven," Hord said. Crocodolly named by a neighbor was captured and carried about seven miles into Florida Bay. She was back in the canal in less than two weeks. When she returned to the same yard, Crocodolly he was caught in July 2010 and relocated about 25 miles into the bay. By October 2011, confirmation of a crocodile bearing the blue No. 5 tag on her tail proved Crocodolly was back again, in waters about a mile away from Indian Waterways. "She was consorting with a larger crocodile, undoubtedly her boyfriend," Hord said. When Crocodolly was seen digging in a Plantation Key Colony lot this week, a sign of possible nesting, she was caught and moved once more. Chris Guinto, a state-authorized response agent based in the Keys, made the transfer. Crocodolly's demeanor, sometimes defensive but not overly aggressive, and her relatively small size earned her another chance at life in the wild, Hord said. Hatched in a Cape Sable nest in 2005, Crocodolly now measures around 8 feet and weighs about 130 pounds, slightly larger than when caught in 2010. When crocodiles reach 9 feet, Hord said, "then there's more concern about them becoming a potential danger." American crocodiles are a federally protected species with a total estimated population of 1,500 to 1,800 adults. Unlike their African and South American relatives, American crocodiles are not known to attack humans. Feeding crocodiles is bad idea for the animals and people, Hord said. "In the Keys, there's a vast spread of feelings about crocodiles," Hord said. "Some people completely accept them. Others are intolerant and don't care how big it is or what it's doing."Stubborn Crocodolly keeps on returningFrom Crocodolly,1A Friend Crocodolly on FacebookShe describes herself as "svelte"although she has packed on some pounds over the past two years. A lifelong South Florida resident,she is most active at night but enjoys swimming and "basking in the sun." The young female admits to one unsettling habit: "I lie with my mouth open to regulate my temperature,not to be threatening." Crocodolly,age 7,may be the only American crocodile with her own Facebook page. She has 35 friends,and lots of photos. The Facebook page was created by a former Indian Waterways subdivision resident who came to know Crocodolly during the protected reptile's frequent forays into the Plantation Key neighborhood's canals. "At first she was worried about the crocodile then became an admirer,"said Lindsey Hord,a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist. "Crocodolly has a Facebook page.I think that's pretty neat." Search For "Crocodolly Keys." Borglum also said he doesn't understand the backlash when anyone who desired could have entered the race. "Anybody had their chance to file for months and run. I'm trying to figure out why I'm taking so much heat for this when anybody had the opportunity. I'm probably the least politically connected person in the county," he said. Republican Party of Monroe County Chairwoman Debbie Goodman said she spoke to Borglum at 9:30 a.m. June 8 because she noticed he hadn't qualified for the ballot. "I said, Have you already gone over and qualified'and he said, Don't worry, it's all taken care of,'" she said. Borglum admitted he didn't intend to run when he spoke to Goodman, but was clear it was for personal reasons that arose close to qualifying time. He said he did have his paperwork filled out and the required 513 petitions in hand. Last June, Gov. Rick Scott appointed Borglum to replace Ervin Higgs, who retired after more than three decades in office. Borglum, Higgs'chief assistant, has worked in the office since 2001 save for a year he spent in California. Russell, 43, was born and raised in Key West. He studied at Florida State University and became a private appraiser in 1991. He started at the Property Appraiser's Office in 2007. Not the least of Borglum's and Russell's critics is former Monroe County Commissioner Mario Di Gennaro, who applied to replace Higgs along with Borglum and Russell last year. For more, go to www.KeysNet.com.Appraiser: There was no dealFrom Appraiser,1A By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com

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Saturday,June 16,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com Island Vision Careis now accepting NEW patients.We are a full service optometry practice that services all ages, from kids to seniors.Monday Friday 9AM to 5PM Saturday by appointment6400 Overseas Hwy. MM 50.5 (next to Herbies)743-2020 AMERICA YESTERDAY, TODAY & FOREVERSALUTING THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE SPONSORS for this years Fourth of July PICNIC 5-8 p.m. at the Murray E.Nelson Government and CulturalCenter (mile marker 102, bayside) Join these Upper Keys businesses and individuals committed to making this Fourth of July Picnic really SPECTACULAR! CallGina Boilini at 305-587-1085 or email gina.boilini@gmail.com Bay Harbor Lodge Chubs, Sub & Wings Docs Diner Everyone Loves a Gentle Dentist Hersho, Lupino & Yagel Key Largo Rotary Mariners Hospital Papa Johns Pizza Royal Furniture Snappers Tropical Tax SolutionsAllen Beyer Funeral Home Andersen Financial Bayview Homes Centennial Bank Chicken Coop Dennis Ward First Baptist Church Island Dcor Key Largo Chocolates Key Largo Conch House Key Largo Fisheries Marr Properties Melendi Photography Rick Ramsay Sea Tow AMERICA SPONSORSOTHER SPONSORS County Fire Rescue administrative assistant noticed an $800 iPad charge on the department's monthly AT&T bill. Fire Chief Jim Callahan says it was for an iPad assigned to Capt. Steve Zavalney who never received the device. The investigation stalled for a time while Wilson waited on AT&Tto provide cellphone records for his office to review. Outside of a half dozen that "we're not going to find," Wilson said the remainder of the devices have been tracked to who owned them. Many no longer had the iPhone or iPad when contacted, Wilson said. One of the latest missing devices was tracked to a county employee who hadn't turned in the phone. Wilson declined to identify that person but said: "I'm not sure their answers are particularly satisfactory, but we'll let the grand jury decide." County Administrator Roman Gastesi who has admitted to paying cash to Druckemiller for two iPads and two iPhones says employees were notified early in the investigation to cooperate with the State Attorney's Office. Gastesi said Deputy Administrator Debbie Frederick forwarded an email from State Attorney's Office investigator Chris Weber about the investigation to all employees. "I'm sure we'll figure out why that one employee didn't fess up," he said.Grand jury close to getting caseFrom Ipad,1AFired firefighterwins union voteThe junior officer in Monroe County Fire Rescue leadership who was fired in December was overwhelmingly elected by his peers to be their union president this week. The vote could make the contentious relationship between the fire department's leadership and the union even more strained. Lt. John Hamburger, 30, received 44 votes out of the 66 union members who voted Tuesday. His challengers, Carlos Martinez, Milan Novak and Eric Sellers, received 11, 10 and one votes respectively. The union comprises 96 members of the county's 110 paid firefighters. Hamburger was elected president from vice president in November, but some union members challenged the results because he was no longer a member of the department. He is fighting his termination through a magistrate appointed by the fire department and the union. No date for a hearing has been set. Hamburger says he was singled out for punishment because of the actions he took on behalf of his members as union vice president. He was fired for insubordination on Dec. 8 resulting from an e-mail he sent a battalion chief in September alleging unfair treatment due to his role in the International Association of Fire Fighters. Hamburger also said in the e-mail that a superior obstructed an investigation into alleged theft of medical supplies from the county's air ambulance. The e-mail, and more than 100 other electronic communications between fire Chief James Callahan, his battalion chiefs and other members of the department, were obtained by The Reporter/Keynoter through a public records request. The request was made after receiving phone calls and emails from several rank-andfile firefighters complaining of a disparity in how discipline is carried out in the department. These firefighters say active union members are frequent targets of scrutiny and punishment by Callahan and his battalion chiefs. But Callahan said Hamburger has a history of demonstrating insubordinate behavior toward his supervisors, and the Sept. 25 e-mail to Battalion Chief Chris Musser was the final straw. In the e-mail, Hamburger accused Musser of violating the chain of command at least twice, and "covering up" allegations that a TraumaStar air ambulance crewmember stole medical supplies. Callahan, said last week that an investigation into the theft allegations was conducted and turned up no wrongdoing. Gary Boswell, deputy chief of operations, told Hamburger in a Jan. 12 email the investigation was conducted by county Medical Director Sandra Schwemmer. Boswell denied a public records request submitted by Ham-burger regarding the investigation because he said the incident "was found to involve a potential patient." 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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Saturday,June 16,2012 Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/PhotosCity eases path to new hotel roomsMarathon officials took the first step Tuesday toward doling out 100 new hotel units awarded the city by the state Cabinet in January. The City Council approved an amendment to its land-use plan lifting a longstanding moratorium on new transient units, allowing the city to instead "manage" new development. The 100 units the state has power over how many building permits and hotel units are allowed in the Keys were a recognition of Marathon's nearly completed citywide sewer system. The city could also borrow forward another 100 units. Next up will be amendments to the city's land development regulations that Planning Director George Garrett said could be approved by Aug. 13. "Between now and then, we're going to meet with council [members] on a policy white paper and bring it to them on the 26th of this month and get their direction," he said. The paper will essentially be a guideline for awarding the units. The city's held two public workshops to gather resident input on how they should be doled out. For years, the moratorium on new units has that the only way to secure existing room rights is purchasing them from private owners. Many complained that the city's pool of new units will devalue their holdings and some called for the city to charge for the new allocations. "We're not going to try" to sell them, Garrett said. Perhaps the most prominent prerequisite to apply for the 100 units could be a 4:1 ratio for units in possession to units awarded. That means projects like the Spottswood Cos. Faro Blanco Resort and Yacht Club and Pritam Singh's Tranquility Bay Resort could be in perfect shape to get their requested units. Spottswood Co. Vice President Bill Spottswood said he wants to add 25 units to the long-awaited 100room hotel at Faro Blanco, while Singh said he wants to add 16 one-bedroom units to his 87-unit property. Spottswood Cos. planned a 100-room Hyatt hotel at Faro Blanco, but Hyatt's template is for 125 rooms and Spottswood said the hotel giant gave his company an exception to go under that number. Two projects left wanting under the 4:1 ratio would be the former Crystal Bay Resort and Roger Masters'planned Hampton Inn in Old Town. Crystal Bay Resort owner Marvin Rappaport shuttered the 26-unit property on the bayside of U.S. 1 near mile marker 50 in September in hopes of turning it into a 100-room Marriot Residence Inn. He could receive only six units and still be 68 short. The city had previously issued a development agreement for the Hampton Inn to the former property owner, city Finance Director Peter Rosasco. It's for 80 rooms but Masters owns the rights to just 46 transient units. He could receive 11 and still be 23 short. Another prerequisite could be that proposed development or redevelopment must be "currently developed ... and may not propose elimination of habitats described in the city's land development regulations." The council will also decide on an application fee for transient units and a number of "post approval" conditions.Details of how to distribute still comingMARATHON Call 305-293-6000 Visit one of our convenient branchesin Key West at Key Plaza or Southard St. and in Marathon Shores.Click www.KeysFCU.org *Annual Percentage Rate. Subject to credit approval. New loans only. Offer expires 4/30/12. Restrictions apply. Federally insur ed by the NCUA.APPLY TODAYAND WELL TAKEANADDITIONAL .50%* OFF YOUR RATE. Get ready for campaign signsPolitical signs will start popping up a few weeks earlier than normal in Marathon from now on. The City Council on Tuesday extended the time period prior to primary and general elections for statewide or countywide candidates to erect signs on private property from 45 to 60 days. It also extended the period to remove the signs after an election from seven to 10 days. That means as of Friday, those running for office had the right to start placing their signs around town. The exception is City Council candidates, who run at large and don't take part in primary elections. They can place signs on private property beginning Sept. 8, 60 days before the general election. City Attorney John Herin told the council it's best for the city to update its regulations to adhere to existing law. But extending the date out leaves just a five-day window between the August primary and November general elections. "The question is whether you want to require the candidates to remove their signs for that five-day period," Herin said. The council agreed to waive removing the signs for candidates that move on from the primary to general election. "I'm a huge non-advocate of signs and would be happy if we never put another one up, [but] it puts a huge burden to say that within a five-day gap, you have to get them up and back in again," Councilwoman Ginger Snead said. The council also agreed to not require candidates to post a cash bond of up to $500 as a guarantee they will remove their signs within the 10-day period after primary and general elections. In addition, the council agreed to allow independent candidates, or candidates from any party not taking part in a primary election, to post signs at the same time as the party members facing off in the primary. That means, for instance, that Republican state attorney candidate Mark Kohl can place signs in Marathon even though only Democrats Dennis Ward and Catherine Vogel will be in the primary. The council did away with allowing candidates to place signs in designated city rights of way. Spots like out in front of the Guidance Care Center and along Sombrero Beach Road have been popular in the past. Mayor Pete Worthington, who's termed out come November and cannot seek re-election, was the only dissenting vote on that provision.City tweaks law governing political adsMARATHON Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry American Dental Association(305) 872-4272Big Pine Key, FL MM 29.75 Overseas Hwy.www.keysdentist.com General Dentistry done comfortably! COSMETICANDRESTORATIVEDENTISTRYOFTHEKEYSChristopher D. Golden D.M.D. By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com KEYSNET.COM New manager's contract up for approvalBob Vitas, chosen by the Key West City Commission to succeed City Manager Jim Scholl, will earn $180,000 annually under a contract up for approval Tuesday. Vitas and City Attorney Shawn Smith had negotiated the contract since commissioners voted 4-3 on June 4 to hire him. The four-year deal, which takes effect July 16 with an automatic one-year renewal, goes to the commission when it meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Old City Hall on Greene Street. Vitas will get 20 days of vacation annually. He is required to live in the city but receives no housing allowance. He does, however, get either a city Ford Explorer or up to $250 monthly for a car allowance. He also gets up to $10,000 in moving expenses. His salary will increase each year "at the same percentage rate as afforded to city department heads in each particular fiscal year." In the event he is fired without cause, he'll get "a sum equal to the total of the prospective benefits including medical, dental and vision insurances and salary ... that would have been earned ... as if still employed" for 20 weeks following his termination. Vitas had been village administrator of Lake Zurich, Ill., from 2007 to 2011. He'll replace Jim Scholl, whose contract expires July 1. He declined to seek an extension after five years on the job. Vitas, whose starting salary will be the same as Scholl's, was hired over 79 other applicants.Vitas to earn $180K annually in top positionKeynoter StaffKEY WEST

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Saturday,June 16,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.comSearch is on for breeding Schaus butterflySearch teams scoured the mosquito-filled tropical forest of Elliott Key in Biscayne Bay on Wednesday in what one scientist called a race against time to save one of the world's rarest butterflies. After nearly a month of surveys in the prime breeding grounds of the Schaus swallowtail butterfly, there have been just three confirmed sightings. Worse, only one was a female desperately needed for a captive-breeding project that could be the last, best hope for an endangered species found only in the Upper Keys and a few Biscayne Bay islands. The situation is so dire that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a rare emergency order to allow the capture of up to four females for the breeding effort. "It doesn't guarantee survival, but it would put us in a better position to save this species," said Jaret Daniels, a University of Florida butterfly expert leading the project. First, somebody must find and manage to slip a butterfly net over one of the few female Schaus swallowtails. With the brief flight season of adult Schaus swallowtails typically ending around midJune, chances grow slimmer each day. The Schaus swallowtail butterfly exists only in Southeast Florida's tropical hardwood hammock environment primarily in Key Largo and Elliott Key. Like most hunts this year, Wednesday's struck out. Biologists from the federal wildlife service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-vation Commission, Bis-cayne National Park and the University of Florida, aided by two UF research students, donned head-to-toe mesh suits to ward off hordes of mosquitoes during the Elliott Key survey. No pesticides can be used on Elliott Key since bugkilling spray is one of the suspected causes behind the depletion of the never-plentiful Schaus swallowtail population. Other possible causes include loss of habitat, summer droughts and the occasional tropical storm, federal biologist Dana Hartley said in an afternoon briefing. Daniels said there likely is no single cause but a combination of factors contributing toward a Schaus population decline over the last decade. Listed as an endangered species since 1984, the Schaus swallowtail nearly was wiped by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Acaptivebreeding program then helped revive the species numbers. Ongoing attempts to survey the swallowtail population continue on North Key Largo, where volunteers and government researchers take part in a coordinated effort. "The numbers are indeed extremely low," Daniels said of Key Largo results. "We have two potential sightings for all of the 2012 season, which is the lowest we have ever seen." "In the 1980s and 90s, it was not atypical to see hundreds of individuals in a year, potentially thousands," Daniels said. "So seeing less than a handful of individuals in the field is extremely low." Schaus swallowtails are hand-sized butterflies with brown-black wings accented by swirls of yellow. They rely on torchwood and wild lime trees as the primary host plants to lay their eggs. Last year, 35 were spotted on Elliott, six more in Key Largo. This year, they're even fewer and very far between five sightings overall since May 11 and only three confirmed. Because butterfly pupae can survive dormant for several years, bio-logists can mount capture efforts again if they strike out in this waning flight season. But without some boost from captive breeding, the Schaus could be fast slipping toward extinction. "It's definitely an alarm flag that the population numbers are so low," said Daniels, assistant curator of lepidoptera for the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville. The breeding program, which helped boost the population in the mid-1980s and 1990s, would only temporarily remove females from the wild. They'd be confined for four days in a 12-by-12-foot mesh cage around native host plants. Technicians would collect any eggs laid on the plants, then release the females. Eggs would be taken to a Gainesville lab to create a new captive breeding population. "Then we can at least maintain a population if the numbers continue to be depressed," Daniels said. "We'd have a safeguard." Like several other South Florida butterflies most not-ably the en-dangered Miami blue, now confined to a few colonies in the isolated Marque-sas islands off Key West the Schaus has been in decline for decades. But this year's worrisome drop-off is a bit of a mystery. Schaus breeding typically is tied to South Florida's weather patterns, with butterfly larvae feeding on the tender new growth of torchwood and wild lime that sprout during rainy season. After two very dry years in 2010 and 2011, scientists had hoped for a boom with all the rain this year. Instead, it's been an epic bust. The Schaus also has some peculiarities that make it particularly vulnerable. Unlike most other tropical species, Daniels said, it has a short breeding window and typically produces only one generation of offspring a year. Biscayne National Park resource manager Elsa Alvear said the federal government authorized the temporary capture of female Schaus swallowtails only because of the "critically low population levels" that make it "absolutely necessary." "It's fingers crossed that we find a female," she said. "It's really a race against time." "If it does go extinct," Daniels said, "it's gone forever." Keynoter reporter Kevin Wadlow contributed to this report.Rare species in Key Largo nearly extinctBy CURTIS MORGANcmorgan@MiamiHerald.comENVIRONMENT City OKs easier code complaint processBy a 3-2 margin Tuesday, the Marathon City Council voted to authorize Code Compliance Director Cynthia McPherson to initiate her own code complaints. Mayor Pete Worthington put the topic on Tuesday's council meeting agenda, saying he doesn't believe that only council members and City Manager Roger Hernstadt should be able to do so. City code never specifically limited how complaints could be filed, but previous council direction was that only council members and the manager could file them. That was intended to minimize the number of anonymous complaints. The only exception was if a resident were willing to put his or her name to a complaint. "We're policy makers up here," Worthington said. "I hope we can get the council out of being the first line of a method to go to." Worthington pointed out that Marathon has seen repeated property value declines in recent years and stronger code enforcement would improve the city's appearance. He pointed to the Monroe County Property Appraiser's Office 2012 taxable value estimates and said Marathon is expected to see declining property values again in the coming year. According to those figures, Marathon dropped more than 3 percent from $1.8 billion in total taxable value in 2011 to $1.75 billion this year. Key Colony Beach (from $517 million to $493 million) and Layton (from $53 million to $48.4 million) also experienced declines the past year. Monroe County's taxable value increased slightly from $18.54 billion in 2011 to $18.58 billion in 2012, while the city of Key West increased from $4.92 billion to $4.99 billion. The village of Isla-morada remained flat at $2.45 billion. "We've been dealing with code issues for the last five years. We ought to have a code department not hamstrung on being able to do their job," Worthington said. Councilman Rich Keating agreed, saying McPherson is often well aware of situations when he calls to initiate a complaint. He and Councilwoman Ginger Snead voted with Worthington. "I get the whole history of what's going on. No one knows it better than her," he said. "We need to give her the ability and cover her back as she goes through the community and does the job a code enforcement officer does." Councilman Mike Cinque was adamant that property values have nothing to do with the city's Code Compliance policy. He noted that Key Colony's code is stricter than any in the Keys and its property value dropped a higher percentage (around 4.5 percent) than Marathon. "In 14 years, the property values have doubled in Marathon. We went from $900 million to where we're at [$1.75 billion] in 2012. That's about 5 percent each year. I don't think we've done that much wrong," Cinque said.Director given direction to initiate themMARATHONBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com of staff. Comments on possible changes will be recorded. "People don't have to stay," Morton said. "They can walk in, drop off a written statement or make a comment, then leave." Written comments can be submitted through June 29. Advocates for creating a new Sanctuary Preservation Area at Snapper Ledge in the Upper Keys have been working to protect the popular diving spot for years. Others have suggested boundary changes at some sanctuary zones to take in corals that need more protecting, or opening areas to fishing. "There really needs to be a mandatory boat license or mandatory classroom session before someone with no experience at all is allowed to rent a boat" or personal watercraft, commenter Bill Murphy said in a June 11 posting to http://flori dakeys .noaa.gov/review/scoping.html. Patricia Brown, in a comment this week, urged the refuges to loosen a ban on personal watercraft in some waters. "Our amazing wildlife, pristine waters and natural beauty is the reason why these [personal watercraft] tours are so popular.... Non-sensitive areas should be opened up to allow these tours." Morton said the success of protecting areas needed for snapper spawning has drawn praise from fishermen, including some who once were worried about the closure. "The predicted economic impacts didn't happen," he said. "That's really spurred a lot of interest." Ideas taken during this week's sessions will be reviewed by the Keys Sanctuary Advisory Council staff and agency staff. Draft versions of the new management plans will go to additional hearings in the coming years before any rule changes are final.People already weighing in through the InternetFrom Santcuary,1A

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Opinion & EditorialSaturday,June 16,2012 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. Photo courtesy FLORIDA STATE ARCHIVESThis looks like the end of any three-day weekend in the Keys cars lined up on U.S.1 for what seems like forever heading back to the mainland.But it was April 15,1954 the final day the Overseas Road and Toll District collected tolls.The toll booths dotting U.S.1 were removed that day and the federal government designated the Keys road as the Florida Freeway.However,locals protested and the road was renamed Overseas Highway.President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Toll District into law in 1933 to finance construction of the road which started before the 1935 Labor Day hurricane wiped out the Florida East Coast Railway's Key West Extension.CELEBRATING OUR PAST EDITORIALPoliticians: Grow backboneLETTERS TO THE EDITORLease out Marathon ManorI'm writing in reference to the former Marathon Manor nursing home, which the School District bought under the urging of thenSuperintendent Randy Acevedo. We are stuck with this mess but unlike the Hickory House, purchased under the County Commission Gang of Three, this property does have potential. We can't sell the damn thing because the buyer would have to raze it but since we do own it and it was a former nursing home, we should seriously consider leasing it as a nursing home or assisted-living facility. Marathon has no nursing home or assisted-living facility, yet a lot of individuals would like to stay here rather than live on the mainland when they can no longer take care of themselves. We have nothing to lose by floating the offer of a lease out to the healthcare industry. Asubstantial financial lease could help ease the financial burden on the school system. Ronald Randall MarathonCompassion appreciatedWe would like to thank everyone, including Island Auto Repair, the Last Resort Ministry and San Pablo Catholic Church, which donated so generously to the family of Juan Hector Anta Rodriguez, who passed away May 4. Aspecial thank you to the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation for its extremely generous contribution. The generosity will enable Mr. Anta's remains to be returned to Cuba so he can be with his father and sisters, which was his last wish. Thank you again on behalf of Juan's family. Bill Pruitt Florida Keys Towing staff MarathonReport turtle dangersSave-A-Turtle received a call from a resident on Grassy Key regarding a turtle nesting beach being barricaded. I would like to thank Ginger Snead for her quick response and the city of Marathon for their attention to this matter. The turtles need our eyes and voices. Please call Save-A-Turtle if you see any concerns about rip-rap, lighting and beach furniture left on beaches. The number is 743-9629. Rick Sall, president Save-A-Turtle MarathonTask force: State could save $3 billion a year if leaders back off special interestsThere's no telling how state lawmakers or Gov. Rick Scott conduct their personal lives. Still, they likely have sought the best education possible for their children, looked for the lowest bid on work say, a new roof they need for their homes and are saving and investing responsibly for their family's future. But when our elected leaders get their mitts on taxpayers'money, it's waste, waste, waste. Ultimately, their politically motivated actions are crippling Florida's future. The Government Efficiency Task Force, created by state Constitution and appointed by the governor, convenes every four years to study how the state can save money. It again has dug deep and found the state is neither acting responsibly on residents'behalf nor is it intent on creating a Florida that can compete. The task force issued a report last week full of thoughtful, urgent and in some cases, obvious recommendations to reverse course. Florida could do much to save $3 billion a year, better educate its students and attract high-skills businesses currently repelled by our struggling public education system. Among the recommendations: State universities should offer a full complement of summer classes. Judges need flexibility in sentencing offenders instead of being forced to use prison as the only choice. Inmates should be given vocational training and literacy skills. The search for state-provided services should be open, not closed, to competitive bids. The task force estimates that these services are worth $8.4 billion annually. That's not Monopoly money. But there's also an aggravating subtext. Lawmakers lack the political will to do what's best for Florida, caving in to special interests that grease their political campaigns; often seeking to protect their turf even if the bottom line means more costs for taxpayers; and looking to bolster their own political longevity at any cost. So instead of considering year-round classes at the universities to help students graduate sooner, lawmakers this year created a wholly unnecessary 12th university, capitulating to the political threats of one powerful colleague, Sen. J.D. Alexander. Lawmakers have hamstrung the Department of Management Services, barring it from seeking competitive bids for legal, health and education services, and substance-abuse and mental-health contracts. These ridiculous exemptions waste the public's money, but no doubt keep lots of politicians'cronies on the gravy train. And few in the Republican-controlled Legislature have the backbone to suggest that Florida sends too many low-level offenders to prison for too long, and that it costs too much money $19,000 a year to house them. Rather than be branded soft on crime come re-election time, lawmakers continue to make a fiscally boneheaded decision to withhold jobs-skills classes. That serves only to usher many felons back to criminal activity when they are released. Scott, who promised to change the old ways and run a more efficient government that invests in Florida's future, has an opportunity to lead on this issue. Unfortunately, this year he vetoed a bipartisan bill that would have given drug treatment to once addicted inmates convicted of nonviolent crimes. The governor must not let task force recommendations grow moldy on a shelf. If that happens, Floridians have every right to ask: Who's working for our interests? Miami HeraldSanctuary, refuges want your input on rules reviewGUEST COLUMNAnyone who has been in the Keys for the past 30 years has witnessed firsthand the changes, both positive and negative, that have taken place in our marine environment. Moving the shipping lanes further from the reef and installing beacons has helped prevent major ship groundings, yet hundreds of small boat groundings annually continue to destroy important coral and seagrass habitat. Designating Keys waters as a national marine sanctuary has provided additional levels of protection to important coral resources, but branching elkhorn corals have experienced a 90 percent decline due to disease, bleaching and hurricanes. Historic mutton spawning aggregations have rebounded through protections afforded by marine zones, yet poaching continues to undermine existing regulations. Nearshore water quality has improved thanks to wastewater infrastructure upgrades and the designation of the Keys as a no-discharge zone, but pollution events and upland runoff continue to impact water quality. Designation of wildlife management areas to protect nesting birds and sea turtles has benefited the wildlife, but increasing numbers of visitors to the backcountry continue to impact nesting colonies prone to disturbance. Whether you're an angler, diver, hotelier or restaurant server, your livelihood and quality of life are tied to the health of the Florida Keys waters and coral reef environment. Ocean recreation and tourism support more than 33,000 jobs in the Florida Keys, accounting for 58 percent of the local economy and $2.3 billion in annual sales. The water is where we live, work and play, and is what makes the Keys so special to residents and visitors alike. But realizing the changes witnessed in the past three decades, what will the waters of the Keys look like in another 30 years? What do you want them to look like? And what can you do to make a positive impact? The time to make a positive impact is now. Through June 29, the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, its Advisory Council and the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex are seeking initial public input your input to help guide a review of sanctuary boundaries, special marine zones and regulations. This is your opportunity to tell them what works well, what could work better and the issues that deserve their attention now to preserve the Florida Keys for the future. This initial public input period is part of a three-plus years public process to determine whether existing sanctuary efforts are sufficient to address threats to the marine environment, and if new or expanded protection strategies are needed to better address these threats. Utilizing comprehensive research and long-term scientific monitoring information, the review will evaluate sanctuary boundaries; sanctuarywide regulations; the types, location and number of marine zones; and zonespecific regulations. Through June 29, comments can also be submitted online through the Federal eRulemaking Portal at www.regulations.gov (Docket No. NOAA-NOS-2012-0061). Comments may also be mailed io Sean Morton, superintendent, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, 33 East Quay Road, Key West, FL33040; or Anne Morkill, refuges manager, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 28950 Watson Blvd., Big Pine Key, FL33043. In addition to attending the public scoping meetings and providing written comments, we encourage you to stay engaged throughout the multi-year public process. Get to know your representative on the Sanctuary Advisory Council (http://florida keys.noaa.gov/sac/members.html) Sign up for e-mail updates (http://floridakeys.noaa.gov/review /email-list.html). Though there will be other opportunities for public comment along the way, your involvement now is critical to steering the direction of the review. What do you want the Florida Keys waters to look like in 30 years? Your input can help take us there. Anne Morkill manages the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex, headquartered on Big Pine Key. Originally from Miami, she worked as a wildlife biologist and refuge manager in Colorado, Wyoming and Alaska before moving to the Keys in 2006. Sean Morton has been superintendent of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary since 2009 and is based in the sanctuary's Key West office. ACalifornia native, Morton has worked for the Santa Barbara County (Calif.) Planning and Development Department, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and the White House Council on Environmental Quality. MORKILL MORTON The public meetingsThe Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex hold public meetings starting Tuesday to take public input on the future of the sanctuary and Keys refuges and revisions to their management plans. They run from 4 to 8 p.m.,with brief presentations slated for 4:15 and 6:15 following by informal roundtable discussions.The dates and locations: June 19,Marathon Government Center,second-floor County Commission chambers,mile marker 48.5. June 20,Key Largo library,Trade Winds Plaza,mile marker 101.4. June 21,DoubleTree Grand Key Resort,South Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West. June 26:Florida International University,Graham University Center, Room GC243,Miami. June 27:Joseph P.Alessandro Office Complex,Rooms 165 C and D, Fort Myers.

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Saturday,June 16,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com to a specialevent that will explore issues facing seniors in The Keys Be our guest at an informative seminar designed for people age 62 or greater. The seminar, presented by John Knox Village residents and staff, will highlight the benefits of continuing care retirement living on the mainland at Pompano Beach. Key West on Monday, June 25th: Two sessions at 10:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m.Sheraton Suites Key West2001 South Roosevelt Blvd. Key West, FL 33040Key Largo on Tuesday, June 26th: at 2:30 p.m Marriott Key Largo Bay Resort103800 Overseas Highway Key Largo, FL 33037Enjoy snacks and refreshments Youre invited PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SEMINARS: Call 800-998-5669 for reservations.The seminars are presented by John Knox Village LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING A SECURE FUTURE:€ The key features of living in a retirement community. € Discussion of John Knox Village and the Life-Care benefits for securing your retirement future. € John Knox Village residents will be available to answer your questions. One Community Sharing LifeJohn Knox Village is a Continuing Care Retirement Community.651 S.W. Sixth Street ~ Pompano Beach, FL 33060Visit our website at: www.johnknoxvillage.comkkn6-16-12 RC-10/97 FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITYNOTICE OFEXECUTIVE SESSION (LaborContract Negotiations)FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITY BOARD ROOM 1100 Kennedy Drive Key West, Florida 33040WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012 9:00 a.m.The Executive Session is a closed session for the purpose of discussing upcoming labor contract negotiations for the FKAA. The subject matter shall be confined to labor contract issues and/or strategy sessions related to contract bargaining. For additional information contact Karen Rodriguez, Director of Human Resources, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, Florida, 33040, 305 295-2210 or e-mail: krodriguez@fkaa.com NOTICE OFPUBLIC MEETING FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITYFLORIDAKEYS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. BOARD ROOM 1100 Kennedy Drive Key West, Florida 33040WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012The purpose of the Budget Hearing is to receive presentation and discussion regarding the Authoritys Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2013 including the Capital Improvement Plan of the FKAA. The purpose of the Regular Meeting is for the Board to take action on routine business matters for the FKAA(potable water and wastewater issues) and to receive reports on operational aspects of the organization. All agendas and backup can be viewed on our web site @ www .fkaa.com ., or a copy of the Agenda, or any backup, is available upon request from FKAA, Elvira Sawyer, Executive Office Coordinator, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL33040, (305) 295-2203, esawyer@fkaa.com Budget Public Hearing 10:00 a.m.Regular Meeting Immediately following Budget Public Hearing Business MARKETPLACE RECENT REAL ESTATE SALESSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 98 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period June 3, 2012 June 9, 2012.Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling Office, AddressListedSoldListedListing AgentSelling Agent Big Coppitt Lot 7 Ave. B$115,000$103,500235Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Diane CorlissKeys Commercial R.E./Gary SmithBig Pine Key 2133 San Sebastian Dr.$399,000$378,000496Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Karen HaackColdwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa Ferringo 251 Key Deer Blvd.$2,223$53,352310Pr udential Knight & Gardner Rlty./Knight, GardnerPr udential Knight & Gardner Rlty./Knight, Gar dner 70 Cahill Ct.$299,000$275,000144Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa FerringoColdwell Banker Schmitt/Dave WileyCudjoe Key 181 Doubloon Ln.$299,000$299,000376Action Keys Realty FL Keys/Cheryl MosesCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Linda Ward 22874 Bluegill Ln.$495,000$470,000296Bascom Grooms R.E./Bascom GroomsColdwell Banker Schmitt/unknown agent 701 Spanish Main Dr.$179,000$150,00027Waterfront Keys Realty/Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Realty/Trish BrummerDuck Key 5108 Sunset Village Dr.$399,000$380,000825Hawks Cay Resort Sales/Kari MainoHawks Cay Resort Sales/Kari MainoGrassy Key 57580 Overseas Hwy.$485,000$450,000232A merican Caribbean R.E./Kathryn RummeryA merican Caribbean R.E./Kathryn RummeryKey Colony Beach 140 5th St.$445,000$400,000198American Caribbean R.E./Karen RaspeAmerican Caribbean R.E./Karen Raspe 250 & 260 4th St.$835,000$825,000128Coldwell Banker Schmitt R.E. Co./Lela Lela.American Caribbean R.E./Karen RaspeKey Largo 96000 Overseas Hwy.$499,000$415,000482Buttonwood Realty/Antonio HernandezOutside of MLS 19 Swallow Rd.$274,900$260,000326Century 21 Schwartz Realty/Carol ChabinakShoreline Properties/Jaclyn Kelley 334 3rd Rd.$236,300$222,507222Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Gloria WaltersMoorings Realty/S. Wampler, S. Ewald 300 Pompano Dr.$1,500,000$1,417,00092Oc ean Sotheby's Internt'l Rlty./Kim Bagnell ThalerI sland Equity R.E./Holly Hight 39 North Dr.$595,000$565,00059Island Paradise Prop./D. Bennett, A. ZaleskyCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Sal LivotiKey West 1921 Venetia St.$385,000$366,000306Coral Shores Rlty./Raymond HindsKey W est R.E. Sales & Rent./Kathleen Hancock 5051 O/S Hwy. (Week 6)$16,500$7,000915Sea Winds Realty/Donald HeislerSea Winds Rlty./Donald Heisler 1111 12th St. (*)$645$7,740329Pr udential Knight & Gardner Rlty./Knight, GardnerPrudential Knight & Gardner Rlty./Knight, Gardner 927 Seminar St.$738,000$696,500248Truman & Co./Terri SpottswoodPar adise R.E. in Key West/Victor H eymann 540 White St.$599,000$562,500104D oug Mayberry R.E./D. Townsend, D. MayberryPreferred Pr operties/Mabry Binnicker 1818 Fogarty Ave.$789,000$765,000122Vizcaya & Company/Caroline VazquezAt Home in Key West/Sharon Czerwinski 3324 Duck Ave.$153,700$168,00057Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Rick LivelyBascom Gr ooms R.E./B. Grooms, L. L angton 804 Catherine St.$399,000$375,00047Marquis Properties Realty/Rudy MolinetReal Estate of Key West/Mike SullivanLong Key 65821 Overseas Hwy.$194,500$167,000248Exit Realty Florida Keys/Ben DanielsExit Realty Fla Keys/B. Daniels, T. HintzeMarathon 117 Coco Plum Dr.$425,000$415,000281Marathon Key Real Estate/Connie TuckerColdwell Banker Schmitt/Amy Puto 970 Ocotillo Ln.$99,900$50,0001171RE/MAX Keys To The Key/Team WilkinsonRE/MAX Keys To The Key/Team Wilkinson 1115 Sombrero Blvd.$200,000$195,000507American Caribbean R.E./Karen CooperColdwell Banker Schmitt/Rick Servais 745 98th St. Ocean$450,000$425,000338Gail's Island Realty/Toni SimsIsland Equity Real Estate/Terri Bodker 12399 Overseas Hwy.$495,000$351,450190Hawks Cay Resort Sales/Margaret CrowleyHawks Cay Resort Sales/M. Crowley 121 Mockingbird Ln.$775,000$525,000157Exit Realty Florida Keys/Tobe CreedExit Realty Florida Keys/Ben Daniels 1505 Sombrero Blvd.$244,900$235,000126 Realty World Freewheeler/Claudetter MellRealty World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell 18 Tranquility Way$390,000$350,000129Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Kathleen GomezHawks Cay Resort Sales/M. Crowley 483 110th St.$249,000$230,00029Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Joshua MothnerMarathon Vacation.com R.E./B. SymondsPlantation Key 268 Jasmine St.$245,500$240,00056Default Realty Services/Bennett & KashetaShoreline Properties/Karol MarsdenRamrod Key 27312 Antiqua Ln.$349,900$260,000424Int ernet Rlty of the Fla Keys/Gregory MaclarenInt ernet Rlty of the Fla Keys/Internet Rlty TeamRockland Key 12 Calle Uno St.$200,000$200,000322Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Barbara CrespoKeys Commercial R.E./Gary SmithSaddlebunch Key 44 Bay Dr.$399,000$377,000164Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Louis PaezColdwell Banker Schmitt/Louis PaezSummerland Key 665 Shore Dr.$235,900$180,00050Realty World Freewheeler/Claudette MellColdwell Banker Schmitt/Dave Wiley (*) Commercial lease, not a sale Young err by skipping IRA ruleGive anyone age 40 and older a time machine and they would likely go back to their early 20s to open an IRA. That's because by 40, many of us have learned the miracle of compound earnings over time. We kick ourselves for not socking away even tiny sums in a tax-sheltered individual retirement account when we were younger. Consider the math: A22year-old who invests $100 a month in an IRAfor 10 years and then stops will end up with more money at age 65 then a 32-year-old who saves $100 a month in an IRAfor 33 years. Baltimore's T. Rowe Price says the first investor, assuming a 7 percent annual return, would accumulate $174,217; the other winds up with $155,307. That's why Price's recent survey of young investors is disappointing. The investment firm polled 860 adults age 21 to 50 who have at least one investment account, so these are folks already engaged in investing. According to Price, just 45 percent of these Gen X and Gen Y investors say they would contribute to an IRAfor the 2011 tax year, down from 71 percent who invested in an IRAthe year before. And if these investors had a spare $5,000 the maximum amount those under 50 can contribute yearly to an IRA only 16 percent say they would put the money into the account. More than half would pay off debt or put it in a rainyday fund. Not bad choices, but again, young investors need to take advantage of their most valuable asset time. That's where an IRAcan help. You can open an IRA with an investment firm, and you'll have a greater choice of investments than the typical 401(k). This money is meant for your retirement, so you'll generally have to pay a penalty if you cash out early, similar to the 401(k). Depending on your income, your contributions to a traditional IRAcould be tax-deductible. And when you pull money out in retirement, it will be taxed as regular income. With a Roth available to those within certain income limits you don't get an up-front deduction. But withdrawals, which include all the money you earned over the years, won't be taxed in retirement. ARoth is the preferred IRAfor younger investors, who are likely to be in a higher tax bracket when they retire. The Roth is considered so beneficial for young investors that many financial bloggers participated in the Roth IRAMovement, a day in which they wrote about the account to raise its profile. Young investors gave T. Rowe Price a variety of reasons for not contributing to an IRA. Most frequently said they thought their 401(k) was good enough for now, which it could be if they are saving the recommended 15 percent of pay each year. About one-third said they don't think they could afford it. "There will always be more demand for your money than there is money," said Stuart Ritter, a T. Rowe Price senior financial planner. Early savings pay off big in the futureMcClatchy-TribunePERSONAL FINANCE BUSINESS BRIEFSUnderwriter Butash joins Keys FederalKeys Federal Credit Union has added Anisa Butash as a consumer loan underwriter. She worked in securities lending for 12 years in New York and joined Keys Federal when she moved to Key West two years ago.Griffin marks 15 years at First StateFirst State Bank of the Florida Keys' Laura Griffin, working in operations administrative support, has marked her 15th anniversary with the bank. Griffin joined First State a teller at the main Key West branch in 1997, was promoted to lead teller in 1998, became teller/customer service representative/teller trainer in 2004 and was promoted to her current position in 2006. Griffin earned an associate's degree from Chaplain College in Vermont and has completed the American Bankers Association's Principles of Banking course.Centennial adds Faber to staffCentennial Bank has added Theresa Faber as a loan officer assistant. She's from Broomall, Pa., and moved to Cudjoe Key in 2010 following more than 10 years in health-care communication and administration. Since moving here, she's held administrative positions with Big Pine Storage and, most recently, First State Bank. Faber graduated from Thomas Jefferson University's College of Health Professions and has a degree in criminal justice from Delaware County Community College. GRIFFIN FABER

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 16,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 7B Working dogs June 22 is Take Your Dog to Work Day.More and more businesses are allowing the practice year-round.Story, 3B Hoops and your health When the Miami Heat lose a late game in the NBA Finals,we collectively get a bit cranky the next day.Story, 3B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Member FDICEqual Housing Lender Need A Loan? Call Us!Mortgage! Renancing! Commercial! BetteBrown 305-394-0722NMLS ID: 812462 LoriBailey 305-304-6991NMLS ID: 812459 AniMadruga 305-308-3210NMLS ID: 812674 305-296-8535 KeysBank.com KurtLewin 305-304-4187NMLS ID: 812476 Local People! Local Decisions! Local Service! 40.55-pound dolphin good for victoryLinda Bristow of The Villages (an hour north of Orlando) took first place in the 19th annual Big Pine and Lower Keys Dolphin Tournament that ended June 10. Bristow, who fished aboard the Bull Ship guided by Capt. Pete White, earned the top spot and $7,500 for a dolphin weighing 40.55 pounds. According to White, Bristow caught the fish on a ballyhoo about 30 miles south of American Light off Summerland Key. "That fish just didn't want to quit," White said. "It would just swim back and forth sideways. "It was about a 30or 35minute fight," he said.The battle for second place was decided by time when two anglers each caught a fish weighing 33.6 pounds.Ultimately, second-place honors went to Christopher Bradley of Cudjoe Key, Bradley caught his dolphin with Capt. Ray Bailey on the Fin Reaper Kathleen Gomez of Ramrod Key placed third after boating her dolphin later than Bradley scored his. She was guided by Capt. Shelby Bentley on the boat Imagine That .The tournament's top female angler was Michele Sampson of Key West. She caught a 19.65-pound dolphin on her own boat, Spear It .In the junior division for anglers ages 15 and under, Austin Malvasio of Southwest Ranches took first place. Fishing on Swallow the Leader skippered by his father Mike, the 13-year-old angler caught a 22.15-pound dolphin. Additional prizes were awarded to the anglers who caught the heaviest tuna and wahoo. Rob White of Little Torch Key was recognized for a 15.1-pound tuna while Steve McKenna of Cudjoe Key took top wahoo honors with a fish weighing 35.6 pounds. The tournament drew 174 participants fishing on 64 boats.It easily outweighs the pack during 19th annual tournamentLOWER KEYS FISHINGLinda Bristo shows off her grand-champion trophy.Rick Wilson of Marathon shows off a nice 65-pound amberjack he landed while fishing with his dad,Richard,in 500 feet of water at the Marathon hump.It's quite a change for the angler, having recently moved to the Keys from Kansas City,where there's no such thing as deep fishing.BIG AMBERJACK Duncan wins the HawleyCharles Duncan III of Houston released 16 tarpon and was named overall champion at the 38th annual Don Hawley Invitational Tarpon Tournament that ended June 8 off Islamorada.Duncan fished with Capt. Rob Fordyce of Homestead during the five-day test of will and muscle. Neither man is a stranger to winning the flyfishing challenge, since the Duncan-Fordyce duo also was victorious in 2009 and 2010.Steve Ward of Coppell, Texas, won the event's 12pound tippet division for the second consecutive year, releasing 13 fish. Ward again teamed up with Homestead's Capt. Rick Murphy. The 16-pound division winner was Paul Nute of Islamorada, with Capt. Bou Bosso at the helm, scoring six releases. Afull field of 25 anglers fished the tournament and released a total of 138 tarpon, including 120 in the 12pound division and 18 in the 16-pound division. The tournament is a major fundraiser for the Guides Trust Foundation that helps backcountry guides in times of need or hardship.Texan fishes with Fordyce in tarpon eventISLAMORADA FISHINGGold Cup is this weekFor 25 tenacious fly-rod anglers, the hot 2012 tarpon fishing season is expected to get even hotter at the prestigious Gold Cup Invitational Tarpon Tournament, scheduled for this Monday through Friday in Islamorada. Created in 1964 as a spin, plug and fly tournament, the Gold Cup Invitational Tarpon Tournament changed to the current all-fly format in 1972. One of its founders was baseball great and avid fly-fisherman Ted Williams.An elite group of 25 experienced tournament anglers and novices test their strength, finesse, endurance and technique in this all-release fourday fishing event that limits fly tippets to 16-pound test.The challenge kicks off Sunday with a welcome party and anglers meeting at 6 p.m. at Uncle's Restaurant, mile marker 80.9 oceanside in Islamorada. Each fishing morning, anglers are to be served breakfast from 5 to 6 a.m. at the Lorelei, mile marker 82 bayside in Islamorada. Fishing begins with staggered starts at 5:45 a.m. and continues through lines-out at 3 p.m. daily. Dockside cocktails and hors d'oeuvres can be enjoyed between 3:30 and 5 p.m. at the Lorelei. Scoring is based on points awarded for either release or weight fish. Release fish must measure at least 48 inches long, while weight fish must exceed 70 pounds. Awards are to be presented at 5 p.m. June 22, at a dockside party at the Lorelei. Entry fee is $1,250 per angler, which includes all social functions for the angler and guide. Guide fees are the angler's responsibility. For tournament information, go to www.goldcup tt.com .Tarpon event limited to 25 anglersISLAMORADA FISHINGBrown tournament honors legendAnglers whose passion is permit can pursue the wily sport fish in the name of the late angling legend Del Brown July 15 to 18. The Del Brown Permit Tournament honors the man who invented the Del Brown Permit Fly and caught more than 500 permit during his lifetime. The tournament angler who catches the largest total inches of permit on fly on the flats earns the title of grand champion. Awards also await the grand champion guide, runner-up grand champion and the angler who catches the event's largest permit. The fly-only Del Brown Permit Tournament begins with a kick-off event and captains meeting at 6 p.m. July 15 at La Trattoria Oceanside, 3593 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West The angling action is scheduled July 16 to 18, with an awards ceremony set for about 5 p.m. July 18 at the Hurricane Hole Marina, 5130 Overseas Highway on Stock Island. The entry fee is $1,200 per angler. Professionals and guides are allowed to compete. Proceeds benefit the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust.For more information, call (305) 360-6969 or 744-0903.Aim:Permit in mid-July tournamentKEY WEST FISHING

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,June 16,2012 Have lots of potted plants on your property? There is a good chance that your plant trivets are holding water and breeding mosquitoes. Dump or get rid of your plant trivets and keep your property mosquito-free this summer. Tip of the Week For more tips and current information go to:www.keysmosquito.org or call 305-292-7190 1115 Sombrero Blvd. Unit 103AMarathon I JUSTSOLD this 2BR/2BAground level condo in Spanish Galleon in Marathon! For all your real estate needs, call me today! 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Rick ServaisREALTOR(305) 731-5010www.realestatemarathonfl.com 112 Avenue G Coco Plum This 3BR/3BAsingle family home with stunning sunset views JUST SOLD! Looking for your piece of paradise? Call me today! 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Debra GrillBroker Associate(305) 481-0971 Open 7 Days AWeek Amy PutoREALTOR Cell 305-766-1745 Toll Free 800-366-5181 ext. 6525 amyputo@gmail.comwww.MarathonFloridaKeys RealEstate.com 117 Coco Plum Dr. #11 The Shores Looking to SELLyour property in the Florida Keys? Look no further! You deserve a Realtor who gives you valuable information weekly and responds to your needs promptly.Ask for my free Weekly Market Report. 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Congratulations to the Gaskill Family on the purchase of their new home in the Keys! 250 & 260 4th Street Key Colony Beach 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050Lela AshkarianREALTORP.A., CRS, GRI, e-PRO(305) 395-0814 International Presidents Circle Awardwww .FloridaKeysLocation.com SOLD Helping People on the Move! www.SellYourFloridaKeysHome.comHello Lela, It is with the greatest appreciation of you, your skill and talent that I write you today following the sale of our duplex which you made possible on Friday! I am sure my daughter Kate, (a Broker from Montana) agrees with me that your presentation of our property in your visual tour on the internet and continual communication with clients ultimately resulted in the early sale of the property. Lela, over the years my wife and I have sold properties in four different states, but we have never worked with any other Realtor as dynamic, action-packed and successfully outstanding as you! Thank you!!! Theodore H. and Corrine O. Supplee Living A T T E N T I O N M O N R O E R E G I S T E R E D V O T E R SHas yoursignature changed?If your signature has changed since the last time you signed a voter registration form, you should update your signature. This must be done by completing a Voter Registration Form. Forms may be obtained at Libraries, Municipal City Halls, Driver License Offices, State Public Assistance and Disability Offices, Armed Services Recruitment Offices or by calling the Monroe County Elections Department at 305-292-3416, 453-8740, or 289-6017Have you moved?If you have moved, changing your address is now easier than ever... Changes of address may now be done by phone, fax or email. You must include your full name, new address and date of birth. Simply call the Elections Department at 305-292-3416, 453-8740, or 289-6017, email: info@keys-elections.or g or Fax: 305-292-3406.2012 Election Dates to RememberElection DateVoterRegistration Book Closing Date Primary ElectionJuly 16, 2012 August 14, 2012 General ElectionOctober 9, 2012 November 6, 2012E L E C T O R E S D E L C O N D A D O D E M O N R O E : A T E N C I NHa cambiado su firma?Si su firma ha cambiado desde la œltima vez que firm— un formulario de inscripci—n electoral, debe actualizarla. Para hacerlo, debe rellenar un formulario de inscripci—n electoral. Los formularios se pueden conseguir en las bibliotecas, los ayuntamientos municipales, las oficinas de las licencias de conducci—n, las oficinas estatales de asistencia pœblica, las oficinas para discapacitados y las oficinas de reclutamiento de las Fuerzas Armadas o con s—lo llamar al Departamento de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe por el 305-292-3416, 453-8740, 289-6017.Se ha mudado?Si se ha mudado, cambiar su direcci—n hoy en d’a es mucho m‡s f‡cil que antes ya que se puede hacer por telŽfono, fax o correo electr—nico. Debe incluir su nombre y apellido, direcci—n nueva y fecha de nacimiento.Sencillamente, comun’quese con el Departamento de Elecciones por el 305-292-3416, 453-8740, 289-6017 por correo electr—nico en el info@keys-elections.or g o por fax por el 305-292-3406.Fechas electorales del 2012 para tenerpresenteFecha de las elecciones Fecha en que cierran los libros de inscripcin electoralElecci—n primariaEl 16 de julio del 2012 El 14 de agosto del 2012 Elecci—n generalEl 9 de octubre del 2012El 6 de noviembre del 2012 Published Keynoter 6/16/12 H a r r y L S a w y e r J r S u p e r v i s o r o f E l e c t i o n swww .keys-elections.or g H a r r y L S a w y e r J r S u p e r v i s o r o f E l e c t i o n swww .keys-elections.or g Energy Star:What is it and who decides?When shoppin g for appliances and electronics, you've no doubt seen the "Ener g y Star" label. But just what an Ener g y Star product and how does it earn the Ener g y Star label? Ener g y Star is an Environmental Protection A g ency-backed symbol for ener g y efficiency, helpin g us all save money and protect the environment throu g h ener g y-efficient products and practices. The label was established to: Reduce g reenhouse g as emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of ener g y. Make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase ener g y-efficient products that offer savin g s on ener g y bills without sacrificin g performance, features, and comfort. How does EPAchoose which products earn the label? Products can earn the Ener g y Star label by meetin g the ener g y efficiency requirements set forth in Ener g y Star product specifications. The EPAestablishes the specifications based on the followin g set of key g uidin g principles: Product cate g ories must contribute si g nificant ener g y savin g s nationwide. Qualified products must deliver the features and performance demanded by consumers, in addition to increased ener g y efficiency. If the qualified product costs more than a conventional, less-efficient counterpart, purchasers will recover their investment in increased ener g y efficiency throu g h utility bill savin g s within a reasonable periodof time. Ener g y efficiency can be achieved throu g h broadly available, non-proprietary technolo g ies offered by more than one manufacturer. Product ener g y consumption and performance can be measured and verified with testin g Labelin g would effectively differentiate products and be visible for purchasers. How does EPAdecide when to revise its specifications? Generally, a market share of Ener g y Star-qualified products in a particular cate g ory of 50 percent or hi g her will prompt consideration for a specification revision. However, there are other factors that wei g h into the decision, such as: Achan g e in the federal minimum efficiency standards. Technolo g ical chan g es with advances in ener g y efficiency that allow a revised Ener g y Star specification to capture additional savin g s. Product availability. Si g nificant issues with consumers realizin g expected ener g y savin g s. Performance or quality issues. Issues with test procedures.Specification shows consumers hi g h efficiencyGREEN LIVING LIVING BRIEFSFree 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 throu g hout the month. They include the Conch Tour Train, Old Town Trolley Tours, Harry S. Truman Little White House, Key West Aquarium, Fla g ler 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 re g istration card, utility bill or lease. The promotion is for individuals and families, not g roups.Ambassadors start TuesdayHow do police officers know if a warrant is out for the g uy on the corner? Why is Old Town Key West considered an historic treasure? Where do taxes g o once you've paid them? The answers are just some of the knowled g e you'll g ain as a Key West Ambassador. The Key West Ambassadors Academy has opened re g istration for Class 19. Applications are on the city's website at www.keywestcity.com, or you can call Alyson Crean at 8091058. Space is limited. The weekly classes be g in Tuesday and wrap Oct 18; the schedule is subject to possible chan g e. 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.Shelter unveils pet-story contestSafe Harbor Animal Rescue of the Keys, which operates the Marathon Animal Shelter, has unveiled its inau g ural Furry Fables story contest. Do you have the absolute best friend you could ask for when it comes to a pet? Write a short story sayin g where you g ot your pet and why you think he or she is the most special friend in the Keys. Cate g ories are for kids a g es 5 to 7, 8 to 10 and 11 and 14. Entries are due by Sept 1. Include your name, a g e and phone number. Call the shelter at 743-4800 for more information.Fundraiser set for salon ownerLisa Cameron, owner of the ACut Above salon in Marathon, has suffered from recent strokes and needs help coverin g her medical bills. With that in mind, a parkin g -lot party is planned for June 20 startin g at 5:30 p.m. at the Town Square Mall in Marathon. The band Misery Loves Company will perform and there will be food from Frank's Grill, liquid refreshments and more. Needed are raffle prizes for the cause. You can drop off items to Kennedy Studios at the mall or call Stan Haines at 743-4456 for sponsorship info. Marathon Lumber is donatin g a g enerator that KEYSNET.COM

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Saturday,June 16,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Please come celebrate with her at Rocos Dockside Bar & Grill, 35 Sombrero Blvd,Marathon. Weds. June 20th,with Michael J. For any additional info call 240-1742 ITS LELAS 82NDBIRTHDAY! Lot 7 Ave B Big Coppitt Key JUST SOLD! D i a n e s Big Coppitt Key lot listing JUSTSOLD! Considering SELLING? Call Diane to discoverwhy herSales Initiatives and Market Knowledge result in herbeing #1 for Sales & $ V alue of Sales across the LowerKeys during the past 16 months. She is available 7 days a week forany questions about buying orselling yourhome. 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com www.DianeCorliss.com Open 7 Days a Week!Ž 70 East Cahill Ct. Big Pine Key 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Open 7 Days a Week!Ž Another one of Lisas listings JUSTSOLD on Big Pine Key! Want to find your Home in Paradise or get your Home Sold? Lisa can help you do just that. Call Lisa today or visit her website www.UniqueKeysHomes.com Lisa Ferringo REALTOR(305) 797-1221 LisaFerringo@AOL.com 665 West Shore Dr. Summerland Key Dave JUSTSOLD this Summerland Key home! Whether you are Buying or Selling contact Dave at the #1 office in the Lower Keys! Big Pine Key office is open 7 days a week for your convenience Dave Wiley (305) 942-6210www.DaveWileyProperties.com Photo by WENDY GONZALEZThe Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen's Association has awarded $6,000 in college scholarships to graduates from Key Largo to Key West.Proceeds came from January's Florida Keys Seafood Festival in Key West and sales of the cookbook Ocean Flavors and More.'Receiving $1,000 each are Zane James and Noelle Gonzalez from Key West High School (shown here),Joshua Sands and Cody Turek from Coral Shores and Joseph Gonzalez and Alexander Morato from Marathon High. Photo by KAREN McKEONMarathon High School seniors celebrate June 7 after they receive their diplomas during graduation.Last week also saw Coral Shores and Key West high schools graduate.Overall,Monroe County schools graduated 547 students. GRADUATION DAY FISHING FOR SCHOLARS Late start + Heat loss = bad mood in S. Fla.At coffee shops and other morning joints across South Florida Wednesday, two major gripes more or less summed up the region's general sense of malaise: Does the Miami Heat have anyone who can cover Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook? Why the heck do they start these NBAFinals games so late? Mornings after any Heat playoff loss are sour in these parts, but Wednesday's mood was particularly bleak. Sleep deprivation piled on top of disappointment and anger has that effect. Tip-off for Miami's Game 1 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder wasn't until after 9 p.m., and the affair didn't end until nearly 11:40 way past the bedtime for people like Bob Dorfman and his wife Amy. Bob is a business owner whose alarm clock goes off before dawn and who needs a full seven hours' worth of shuteye. "You feel it the next day," a sluggish Dorfman said as he picked at his breakfast sandwich at Mo's Bagels in Miami. "Even starting the game a half-hour earlier would help." That's the trouble with living in a sprawling country. If the NBAwould schedule the games to begin in the 8 o'clock hour, it would be great for South Florida, but the league would essentially write off Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Seattle for at least the first half. That's an unacceptable prospect for the suits at ABC. In Miami, more than three of every 10 households tuned into the game even with the late start. If you think these games used to have an earlier tipoff, you are right. As recently as 2003, all NBAFinals showdowns started at 8:30 Eastern time. "W e're trying to cater to everyone." Cafardo said. It could be worse. Back before Bird and Magic and Michael Jordan raised the sport to a new level of popularity, many NBAplayoffs weren't even broadcast live, but tape-delayed until after the local news. The impact of today's start times for the next two weeks: Eyes will be a little blearier, productivity a little lower, and the roads a little more dangerous in South Florida, says neurology professor Salim Dib, a member of the UHealth Sleep Medicine Program at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Most people need between seven and a half and eight and a half hours of sleep per night, Dib said. When we get less than that for an extended period of time (like, say, during the two-month NBAplayoffs), there's an accumulative sleep debt that has a real effect on health. "There's definitely risk of mood changes, irritability, reduced cognitive process, poor decision making, increased errors and a higher risk getting in a car accident," Dib said. Plus, making a habit of falling asleep later than normal can reset your internal clock, making it harder to go to bed at the appropriate time. Darryl Feinman is a 53year-old boat captain whose day usually begins around 1 a.m."It's ridiculous," Feinman said. "How could you want your kid to stay up ad watch the game? It should be at 8, so it's a little early for the West Coast, and a little late for us."Combination makes many of us crankyBy ADAM H.BEASLEYabeasley@MiamiHerald.com TO YOUR HEALTH Good dog, good job? More dogs go to work Like any new addition to an office, Dolly had an adjustment period. The hardest part: Learning not to bark at the mailman. Dolly is one of millions of dogs that accompany their owners to dogfriendly businesses every day. Even more will join her on June 22 for Pet Sitters International's Take Your Dog to Work Day. "I consider it a benefit like health care. It's a huge attraction," said Dolly's owner Erin McCormack, who works at Authentic Entertainment in Los Angeles as a producer on the Discovery Channel's "Auction Kings." McCormack and her Maltese mix walk together before work and at lunch to get some exercise, and McCormack saves money on the dog walker or daycare she would otherwise need. "It's such a great way to create a productive atmosphere. It makes the environment more conducive to creativity," she said. At the same time, McCormack added, "They are a calming force. When things get stressful, you can lean down and pet your dog or take a walk and pet a nearby dog. You get a more efficient workplace, one that's not consumed with stress." About 1.4 million owners take some 2.3 million dogs to work every day, according to an American PetProducts Association survey last year. When the group last surveyed businesses, in 2006, one in five was dog-friendly. That number is probably holding steady if you include oneperson offices, work-athome pet owners and retail shops, said Len Kain, co-founder and editor of DogFriendly.com, which lists dog-friendly companies in every state. "Engineering and software companies are often the type of company that is pet-friendly," Kain said. "These companies have trouble finding people with the skills they need and do not want to lose these employees." Extrovertic, a healthcare communications agency with 40 employees and offices in New York City and Cambridge, Mass., tested the waters last year with Take Your Dog to Work Day. The experiment was so successful that the company went dog-friendly and Sally, a 5-year-old rescue beagle owned by supervising account manager Jared Shechtman, became Take Your Dog to Work Day's poster dog. "We are a small agency. We want to be different. We want the quality of our employees' lives to be better than they would get at a bigger agency. Having dogs in the office is another way of saying, We are different and we care about you,'" said company CEO Dorothy Wetzel. Not every business can allow dogs, said Kain, who started Dog Friendly.com with his wife Tara 15 years ago in Anchor Point, Alaska. Companies may be located in buildings that ban dogs.Staffers say their presence eases stressBy SUE MANNINGAssociated Press OUR PETS Miami Herald photo by AL DIAZThe Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade (3),Chris Bosh (1),LeBron James (6) and Shane Battier (31) aren't happy as they trailed in the fourth quarter against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the NBA Finals at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City on Tuesday.Oklahoma City won,105-94. Photo courtesy ASSOCIATED PRESSBebe,a mix,sits at her owner's desk while she works at Authentic Entertainment in Burbank,Calif.,on Monday.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,June 16,2012 Whimsy and wonder fill the bill for Midsummers NightLast year, a washed-out weekend put a damper on the fifth annual Midsummers Night Dream and Spectacle. The forecast this year calls for much improved weather (no rain, please) for this years iteration, which combines elements of art, music, dance, poetry and more. The 6th annual event runs from 5-11 p.m. Saturday, June 23 (weather permitting, of course), on the grounds of the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden, 5210 College Rd., Stock Island. Michael Shields, creator of the event and Art Behind Bars Executive Director, said Midsummers Night has become a night of creative expression, feasting, dancing, singing and theatrical antics.Ž The Key West Fringe, formerly known as The Peoples Theater of Key West, will stage scenes from several of the Bards great works, including Othello,Ž Twelfth NightŽ and Taming of the Shrew.ŽDance, poetry, theater, music in the GardenLAttitudes StaffKEY WESTCelebrate dance at School Dazeperformances June 16-17With school just ended, the Marathon Community Theatres dance troupe has decided its a perfect time to head back-to-school musically. School Daze,Ž a dance medley featuring moves to the music of the Beastie Boys, the Police and others, kicks off June 16-17. Directed by Kristeen Teague, the program will include some well-known songs like Stephen Sondheims Cool,Ž from West Side Story,Ž Dont Stand So Close to Me,Ž by the Police, and Fight for Your Right to Party,Ž by the Beastie Boys. The program features MCTs dance troupe, tahDance. The theater company offers free dance classes to members in tap, hip-hop, jazz, ballroom, Bollywood, belly dancing, comical and lyrical styles. Performances will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 16, and a 3 p.m. show on Sunday, June 17. Tickets cost $12, plus a donated food item to benefit K.A.I.R., a Marathon-based non-profit serving individuals and families in crisis. Jennifer Powell is producing School Daze,Ž with Jackie and Tom ONeil handling the sound and lighting duties. Choreographers for this show include: Cheryl Wilcox, Sarah Brignac, Kristeen Teague, Jackie ONeil, Donna Nussenblatt and John Pabon. For tickets, call 743-0994 or visit the MCTbox office at mile marker 51.1, oceanside. Marathon CommunityMCT hosts its own tah DanceMARATHONJune 21 Art Walkabout plugs artistry of fly fishingThe art of fly fishing and there is art to that will be the featured draw for Morada Way Arts Districts Third Thursday Walkabout, June 21. Experts will demonstrate the art of tying flies and aficionados of the sport will also get to see on display some vintage flies done by the masters. Since Islamorada promotes itself as the Fishing Capital of the World, what better way to marry the world of sport fishing with the world of art and the pursuit of good design? Indeed. There is so much more to fly fishing than just ... fishing,Ž says Daniela Woody, director of events for the Art District non-profit. This sport is an art form all its own, from the beauty of fly casting, to the intricate creation of fly tying. For thousands of years anglers have been wrapping hooks with feathers, threads, wool and fur in order to imitate someIslamoradas heritage sport in spotlightISLAMORADAIslamorada reprises Fine Art Expo in 2013The Morada Way Art District has been getting some positive reviews in regional and national art publications. Organizers hoping to build on success of the first Islamorada Fine Art Expo, have announced dates for what will be the second annual event Jan. 26-27, 2013. Acall for artists to submit their works is going out now. Thats an early heads up with a Nov. 9 deadline for all applications. The Morada Way Art District is located along portions of the Old Highway in Islamorada. A half-mile long stretch boasts 14 galleries, restaurants and boutiques participating in Third Thursdays, evening art Walkabouts. Galleries extend hours and artists display their pieces; some even work on their paintings, pottery and other media as part of the art experience. Ocean Sothebys International Realty is the major sponsor for Islamorada Fine Art Expo, which includes music, performance artists and multiple dining options. The Morada Way district is located at mile marker 81.5, oceanside. For a sample of what art aficionados had to say about the first Art Expo: The Morada Way Arts and Cultural District proves that the northern Keys island of Islamorada offers visitors more than sport-fishing wrote ArtNews magazine.Art reviews give high marks to showART 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbtheatres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! SHOWTIMES FOR FRI. 06/15 THURS. 06/21€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Thats My Boy (R) 1:50; 4:30; 7:25; 10:00€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Rock of Ages (PG13) 1:30; 4:15; 7:05 9:50€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Prometheus (R) 3D 1:35; 4:20; 7:10; 9:55 €€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Madagascar 3 (PG) 3D 4:10; 7:00 2D 1:40; 9:20€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Snow White and the Huntsman (PG13) 1:10; 4:00; 6:50; 9:40€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Sorry, no passes. Members of the Bollywood dance class get set for the upcoming tah Dance showcase,June 16-17 at Marathon Community Theatre.First row,Ceri Checkley; Second row (left to right),Dance instructor Donna Nussenblatt, Carmen Wade;Back Row, Christy Thompson. Feathers,spangles and other lures become art in the hands of fly-tying masters.See KWBG,5BSee MCT,5B Artist Phillip Hall brought his award-winning jewelry design to Islamoradas inaugural Fine Art Expo in January. Masked revelers and costumes of whimsy and wonder are encouraged at Midsummer's Night Dream event,scheduled June 23. € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover € 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances € 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome See Fly fishing,5BSee Expo,5B

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Saturday,June 16,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Key West Film Festival readies launch pad for2012 eventTropic Cinema and the San Carlos Institute will be home for Key Wests inaugural Film Festival scheduled Nov. 29-Dec. 2. Organizers announced details at a preview party, held last week at the A&B Lobster House in Key West. The four-day program will feature 25 films that span multiple genres and categories. Events surrounding the screenings include a kickoff party and an awards dinner gala. Brooke Christian, president of the Key West Film Festival non profit board, said Key West is the perfect location for a film festival its a creative and artistic place and somewhere that we think the locals will enjoy sharing with festival attendees and that visitors will be eager to spend some time.Ž Film submissions and information about sponsorships can be found by visiting the groups website at: www.keywestfilmfestival.c om. Weve already had an enthusiastic response to this event from filmmakers and film lovers, both locally and from outside the area,Ž Michael Tuckman, director of programming, said. I think the clarity of our mission and out emphasis on local, Floridabased films are two of the reasons that KWFF appeals to a broad group of people.Ž The Key West Film Festival is a non-profit organization whose mission is to showcase films that exhibit excellence in storytelling and capture the essence of what Key West is all about: Creativity, Diversity, Sustainability, and Beauty.ŽNov.29-Dec.2 fest to screen 25 filmsFILM At film fests preview party,Tropic Cinemas George Cooper,TDC Director Harold Wheeler,Matthew Helmerich of Tropic Cinema,and Doug Bradshaw of the Key West Film Fest discuss plans for 2012 inaugural festival. The cast includes Vanessa McCaffrey, Melody Moore, Jessica Miano, Wayne Dapser and Ross Piphin. Comparsa Key West Dancers will also perform at the event, which is a benefit for the Tropical Garden and Art Behind Bars. Admission is $10 and children under 12 are admitted free. Centennial Bank is the major sponsor of the event and bank customers are admitted free when they show their Centennial bank debit card at the gate. Everyone attending is a participant,Ž Shields says, calling the free-form activities and widely divergent costumes a wonderland of costumed revelers, wandering entertainers.Ž There will be face painting for the kids as well as artist booths, food and beverages for sale. The Mighty Meteor Orchestra will play, led by Peter Diamond. Guest artists scheduled include Paulie Waterston, Jay Wetzel, Island Alex Okinczyc, Zach Seemiller, Maj Johnson, Marty Stonely, George Victory, Joe Dallas, Bill Goldner, Valerie Carr, Christian Monzon, George Hemund, Christine Cordone, Dan Simpson, Melody Cooper, Queen Kathleen, Richard Crooks and The Bill Blue Band. Key West artist Judi Bradford will be on hand offering digital fantasy portraits, and Kelly Taylor has been tapped to perform her aerial artistry. Since much of the event takes place at night, fire dancing will be a colorful and popular performance. This year Midsummers Night Dream and Spectacle will have four dancers who play with fire: Bonsai Aphrodite, Ciara Blossom, Fiona Fuego, Lydia Firefly. Happy James will spin the music. Amanda Johnson is organizing the Grand Dream Mural Project, in which up to 50 participants will be invited to paint panels which will be assembled into one large mural. For more information, call Shields at 394-3804 or email:javastudios@ gmail.comBenefit for Art Behind Bars, GardenFrom KWBG,4B Grand Dream Mural Project invites participants to create panels that later are assembled into a large mural. morsel in the fishs diet.Ž The featured artist for this months Walkabout will be Jorge Martinez, who will demonstrate fly tying techniques at the Redbone Gallery, 200 Industrial Dr., Islamorada. Along with the Redbone, more than a dozen galleries, boutiques and retail stores will stay open late for next Thursdays Walkabout, which is centered along the Old Highway at mile marker 81.5, oceanside. Events kick off at 6 p.m. and shops remain open until 9 p.m. Restaurants in the Morada Way Arts District offer special menus and other treats for those who attend the Third Thursday events. Woody said that in addition to the art and history of fly tying, other memorabilia will be on display, including items reflecting author Zane Greys Islamorada roots. Well-known as a writer of Western-theme novels, Grey actually was a sport fishing fanatic, helping found the Long Key Fishing Club in 1917. It was built by Henry Flagler. The other featured authors works on display will be from the pen of Miami Herald columnist Carl Hiaasen, recently named 2012 Angler of the YearŽ by Fly Rod and Reel magazine. Hiaasen, who used to live in Islamorada to be closest to bone fishing flats, frequently returns to fish Keys waters. For more information, call the Morada Way Arts District office at 664-9100, or email: Daniela@Morada WayArts.org.Galleryhosts fly-tying demoFrom Fly fishing,4B Fourteen area partners galleries, restaurants, and boutiques host Third Thursday Walkabouts in which visitors can partake in the artistic, culinary, and retail jewels of the island, as well as art classes and festivals, including the annual Islamorada Fine Art Expo each January.Ž Sunshine Artist magazine wrote of the inaugural 2012 expo held in January: . . auditors were impressed with the managements efforts, granting high marks to advertising and the resulting attendance. The art buyers here enjoyed and supported all the new work they saw . buyers even drove down from Miami for the show.Ž The Expo will benefit Morada Way Arts & Cultural District, which raises awareness and funding for the Islamorada arts community. Applications are available through ZAPPlication, or may be downloaded and mailed to the Morada Way Arts and Cultural District. Instructions are included in the attached application. For more information, call Michelle Lowe at 6649100.Expo draws raves from art magazinesFrom Expo,4B Famed author Zane Grey wrote about Islamorada sport fishing for Outdoor Life magazine,helping establish its world-reputation as a fishing mecca. Theatre membership is open to anyone through volunteer involvement or by contributions. Membership fees are $15/individual, $25/family and $10/students under 18. Membership forms can be found online at www.marathonthea ter.org To learn more about tahDance or other theater activities and offerings, call the business office at 743-0408 or email: gm@marathonthe ater.org.tah Dance hereFrom MCT,4B Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. € Rock of Ages (PG-13):1:00,4:00,7:00 & 9:50 p.m. € Thats My Boy (R):1:15,4:15,7:15 & 10:10 p.m. € Madagascar 3 (PG):4:40,& 10:00 p.m. € Madagascar 33D (PG)):1:40,& 7:45 p.m. € Prometheus (R):4:05,& 9:55 p.m. € Prometheus 3D (R):1:05,& 7:05 p.m. € SnowWhite & Huntsman (PG-13):1:10,4:10,7:20 &10:10 € Men in Black III (PG-13):1:00,4:30 p.m. € Men in Black III 3D (PG-13):1:30,7:30 and 10:05p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 € Hysteria (R):1:45,4:30,6:45 & 9:00 p.m. € Bernie (PG-13):1:00,& 6:30 p.m. € Dark Shadows (PG-13):4:15,& 8:45 p.m. € Monsieur Lazhar (PG-13):4:15,6:15 & 8:15 p.m. € Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13):1 :30,4:00,6:20 & 8:40 Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 € Madagascar 3 (PG):M-F:7:00 & 9:30 p.m.;Sat & Sun:2:00 p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 € Rock of Ages (PG-13):1:30,4:15,7:05 & 9:50 p.m. € Thats My Boy (R):1:50,4:30,7:25 & 10:00 p.m. € Madagascar 3 (PG):1:40,& 9:20 p.m. € Madagascar 33D (PG)):4:10,& 7:00 p.m. € Prometheus (R):4:20 p.m. € Prometheus 3D (R):1:35,& 7:10,9:55 p.m. € SnowWhite & Huntsman (PG-13):1:10,4:00,6:50 & 9:40 Keys Movie Times

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He helped make household names of professional chefs like Pierre Franey, Jacques Pepin and Paul Prudhomme, and "home cooks" like Madhur Jaffrey, Maida Heatter, Marcella Hazan, Virginia Lee and Diana Kennedy. He even gave Julia Child a crucial boost by praising "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." And 50 years ago, Claiborne created the modern restaurant review when he began writing a dining column in the Times. His standards making multiple visits, paying his own way, remaining anonymous, refusing bribery or other flim-flammery broke new and important ground in food journalism. He created a standard that still holds considerable sway even in this Internet age in which anybody with a mobile phone can be a critic. Claiborne was named food editor in 1957, a male in what newspapers across the country dismissively described as the women's pages. He pushed food onto Page 1 as serious news. Sometimes he was the news, as when he flew to Paris and famously ran up a $4,000 bill not chump change in the 1970s after winning dinner anywhere in the world during a public television auction. Classically trained and an excellent writer, Claiborne could explain haute cuisine to readers. But this man, born into genteel poverty in Sunflower, Miss., was also a champion of regional and ethnic cooking then so thoroughly ignored. "Nothing in the food world would have been the way [it was] if he wasn't there," says Thomas McNamee of San Francisco, author of that new biography "The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat: Craig Claiborne and the American Food Renaissance" (Free Press, $27). "When he started at the Times, America was a food wasteland. Craig thought bringing serious food to the United States was worth a try." Claiborne succeeded, perhaps beyond even his most ambitious dreams. It was a time, food journalist Betty Fussell once memorably quipped, when "a nation of Puritans discovered that food was a pleasure, and that like sex, you could do it at home. And he kind of bridged the gap between doing it yourself and paying someone else to do it." Fussell, who profiled Claiborne in her 1983 work "Masters of American Cookery: The American Food Revolution and the Chefs Who Shape It," says he focused on taste, whether dining out or cooking at home. The Times provided a bully pulpit from which Claiborne could proclaim his food vision. His newspaper writings were widely circulated. "The New York Times Cookbook," published in 1961, is considered a classic and has sold millions of copies. His later books, many with his name in the title as a selling hook, came with impressive regularity and were well-received. But Claiborne, tragically, lost that control along the way, as detailed in McNamee's book. Drinking ravaged his health and his reputation. Cut off from the Times, his power source, in 1986, he was unable to maintain the high trajectory of his earlier career. An unpleasant streak, exacerbated by illness, drove away the friends who had served as family. By the time he died at age 79 in 2000, he was largely unmourned by his colleagues and half-forgotten by the public. "He trashed his own caboose almost compulsively," Fussell says. "He caught the wave as it was beginning but crashed instead of riding it all the way in."Book profiles paper's late food criticBy BILL DALEYChicago TribuneTHE BOOK SHELF L.A.Times crossword puzzle DOUBLE-O SEVENŽSolution in the classifieds ACROSS 1Mell Lazarus comics matriarch 6Clublike weapons 11Latin trio member 15Son of Homer 19Bite the bullet,e.g. 20Inundated 21Chorus syllables 22On the quieter side 23Where chicks learn their ABCs? 26Colorful horse 27Keying in 28Switch ending29President after Calvin31Critical hosp.area 32Witticism33Bizets Habanera,Že.g.34Midday duelers? 42Mushrooms,say46Irish-born actor Milo47Nina who had a 1959 hit with I Loves You,PorgyŽ 48Slow-on-theuptake response 51Little green men 53Web or sky follower 54Do some gliding 55She played WKRPs Jennifer 56Parka feature 57Chapter of a sort 59Establishment boasting whiskey and pedicures?63They connect stories66Mailing H.Q. 67Champagne toast? 68Part of a gig 71Lowdown on Wrigleys? 76Little green men 77British noblemen 79__ Jima 80Mistreat82Deposit on a brownstone entrance?87Literary preposition 88Antarcticas __ Ice Shelf 92Barflies 93Family depiction 94Unprocessed 96Peloponnesian War side 98Yellow turnip 100Hot pot spot 103Special forces unit 104Ring centerpiece 105Quaint caption for a cavalry photo? 108Highlander 111Facilities,for short112Greek securities org.113Lady in a harbor 116Yemeni seaport118Decisive experiment123Avocados shape 124Question about a noisy pet owl? 127Brain part 128Whenever 129Bottled benefactor 130Wields a hoe 131God of hawks? 132Retired boomers133Baracks second High Court appointee134Grammy winner JonesDOWN 1Lecturers aid 2God with raven messengers 3Register freebie4Statistical calculation5__ PieŽ 6Wine buys 7Like happy tails 8Airport rental 9Italian noble family 10Civil War general with a Shawnee middle name 11Jos BoysŽauthor 12Red Guard leader 13Dual-purpose island word 14Become thinner 15Campy 1968 Fonda title role 16Burn remedy 17Seat warmer? 18Hiking gear item 24Wealthy,in Jurez25For __Ž:Beatlessong30The AvengersŽco-star34Saver of pairs35Scandinavian capital36Indiana neighbor37They may be pressing38Antacid option 39Docslobby:Abbr. 40Pyramid,perhaps 41Chimney schmutz 43Two-time Oscar nominee for portraying Henry II44Triumph against odds45Tours of duty 49Small sum of money,slangily 50Org.with many unhappy returns? 5212-time Pro Bowl NFLer Junior 54Finland,in Finland 58Umbrella spoke 60Spur 6115-Acrosss Squishee provider 62Egyptian snakes 64Recipe amt. 65Icky stuff 68Mr.and Mr. 69Give the cook a day off,perhaps 70Cavern 72Woolly mammal 73Worked the fields 74Joss hooray 75Partly mine 78Californias most populous county 81PoetsMuse 83Gp.to benefit students 84Bol.neighbor 85Woo-hoo!Ž 86Salt Lake City daily, briefly 89One dunked after school 90One of the Berenstains 91Wal-Mart wholesale club 95Monopoly abbr. 97Computer scrolling key 99Berenstain critter 100Bit of sports news 101Dish best served cold,so its said 102Respiratory conduit 106Causes to beam 107Dream on!Ž 109Value system 110Rhnes capital 113Kinks hit whose title is spelled out in the lyrics 114Novello of old films115Ruth not in the Bible117Holiday song 118Votinno on 119Palm smartphone 120Observer 121Happy Meal option 122Fanny 125Mo.known for color changes 126A in French? 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Saturday,June 16,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A d / 9186900 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2012-CP-31-M DivisionProbate INRE:ESTATEOF RobertRaymondBoudreau Deceased NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate of RobertRaymond Boudreau ,deceased,whose dateofdeathwasMay5th, 2012,andwhosesocial securitynumberis***-**-6151, ispendingintheCircuitCourt forMonroeCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddress ofwhichis3117Overseas Hwy,Marathon,Florida33050. Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentative andthepersonal representativesattorneyare setforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisSaturdayJune9, 2012andSaturdayJune16, 2012. PersonalRepresentative: MarieBoudreau 601WestOceanDrive, Unit409 KeyColonyBeach,FL33051 LesleyRhyne CUNNINGHAM,MILLERP.A. A ttorneysforPersonal Representative 2975OVERSEASHIGHWAY MARATHON,FL33050-0938 Telephone:(305)743-9428 FloridaBarNo.866016 PublishJune9,16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9265500 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonJuly12,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.1986BPI1 VIN:BP1A27CDC686 2.1998OMC VIN:SFPC0104G798 3.1997PONTIAC VIN:2G2FS22K0V2206024 4.HYDRASPORTTRAILER NOVIN PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9284600 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. CASENo.12CA525P BEALBANK,S.S.B., PLAINTIFF, VS. FRADYSCASTILLO,ETAL. DEFENDANT(S). NOTICEOFACTION To: FradysCastillo&ReneCastillo RESIDENCE:UNKNOWN LASTKNOWNADDRESS: 700E16Place Hialeah,FL33010 A A YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIED thatanactiontoforeclosea mortgageonthefollowing describedpropertylocatedin MonroeCounty,Florida: LOT22,BLOCK9,HARRIS OCEANPARKESTATES FIRSTADDITION, A CCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK4,ATPAGE 139,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA. hasbeenfiledagainstyou,and youarerequiredtoservea copyofyourwrittendefenses,if any,tothisaction,on GladstoneLawGroup,P.A., attorneysforplaintiff,whose addressis1499W.Palmetto ParkRd,Suite300, BocaRaton,FL33486, andfiletheoriginalwiththe ClerkoftheCourt,within30 daysafterthefirstpublicationof thisnotice,beforeJuly17, 2012,otherwiseadefaultmay beenteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe Complaint. Thisnoticeshallbepublished onceaweekfortwo consecutiveweeksinthe FloridaKeysKeynoter. DATED:June11,2012 DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt By:LauraVorhes DeputyClerkoftheCourt Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.Pleasecontactthe A DACoordinator,Ms.Judy Greeneat502Whitehead Street,KeyWest,FL33040; telephonenumber 305-295-3127two(2)working daysofyourreceiptofthis notice;ifyouarehearing impaired,calltheFloridaRelay Servicesat1-800-955-8771 (TTY);ifyouarevoice impaired,calltheFloridaRelay Servicesat1-800-955-8770. PublishJune16,23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9317400 CALLFORBIDS CITYOF KEYCOLONYBEACH CITYHALLAIR CONDITIONINGSYSTEMS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheCityCommissionofthe CityofKeyColonyBeach, Florida,requestssealedbids forreplacementofthecityhall airconditioningsystemto includethefollowing: 1.Removalanddisposalof existingcondensingunits,air handlersandrelatedparts. 2.Installationoftwo7 Ton condensingunitsandair handlers,includingsafetypans andfloatswitches. 3.Replacementsystemwilluse existingductworkand electricalconnections. 4.Biddersmustsubmit licensingandproofof insurancewithbid. Specifications,Bidder ResponseFormand contractualrequirementsmust beobtainedfromBuilding OfficialEdwardBorysiewiczor MayorRonSutton,CityHall, 600W.OceanDrive,Key ColonyBeach,FL33051, phone305-289-1212. SEALEDBIDSmaybe submittedasfollows: 1. MAIL toCityCommission, P.O.Box510141,KeyColony Beach,FL33051-0141 2. FAX to305-289-1767 3. DELIVER toCityHall,600 W.OceanDrive,KeyColony Beach,Florida SEALEDBIDSMUSTBE SUBMITTEDBY10:00A.M. ONMONDAY,JUNE25,2012 TOBEOPENEDINTHE OFFICEOFTHECITY CLERK.Areportofthebidswill bemadebytheBuildingOfficial attheRegularCity CommissionMeeting beginningat9:30a.m.on Thursday,June28,2012City HallAuditorium. PLEASEMARKENVELOPES A SFOLLOWS: CITYHALLAC OPENINGDATE:JUNE25, 2012 Bidsreceivedafter10:00a.m. onJune25,2012willbe returnedtothesender unopened.TheCity Commissionreservestheright toacceptorrejectanyandall bids. VickieL.Bollinger, CityClerk PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9319100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, A A FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION CASENO.:09-CA-09-P U.S.BANKNATIONAL A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1 Plaintiff, vs. CARMENITURRALDE,etal Defendants. RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuantanOrderGranting PlaintiffsMotionToCancel A ndRescheduleForeclosure SaledatedMay24,2012,and enteredinCaseNo. 09-CA-09-PoftheCircuitCourt oftheSIXTEENTHJudicial CircuitinandforMONROE COUNTY,Florida,wherein U.S.BANKNATIONAL A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1,is Plaintiff,andCARMEN ITURRALDE,etalare Defendants,theclerkwillsellto thehighestandbestbidderfor cash,beginningat11:00AMat 500WhiteheadStreetKey West,FL33040,inaccordance withChapter45,Florida Statutes,onthe13dayofJuly, 2012,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaid SummaryFinalJudgment,to wit: UNITV7,EXECUTIVEBAY CLUBCONDOMINIUM, ACCORDINGTO DECLARATIONOF CONDOMINIUMFILED OFFICIALRECORDSBOOK 806,PAGE1066,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOF MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. A nypersonclaiminganinterest inthesurplusfromthesale,if any,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale DatedatKeyWest,MONROE COUNTY,Florida,this30th dayofMay,2012. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkofsaidCircuitCourt By:JenniferSettoon A sDeputyClerk U.S.BANKNATIONAL A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1 c/oPhelanHallinanPLC A ttorneysforPlaintiff 2727WestCypressCreek Road Ft.Lauderdale,FL33309 954-462-7000 Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationto participateinthis proceeding,youareentitled, atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertain assistance.Pleasecontact CherylAlfonso,302Fleming Street,KeyWest,Florida, 33040,(305)292-3423,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourt appearance,orimmediately uponreceivingthis notificationifthetimebefore thescheduledappearanceis lessthanseven(7)days:if youarehearingorvoice impaired,call711. PublishJune16,23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9346000 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: AlexsAutoWrecking&Parts givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicles on06/27/2012 9:00:00AMat111US Highway1 / 107,KeyWest, FL33040 pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.AlexsAuto Wrecking&Partsreservesthe righttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allsalesare final. 1FMDU24X7TUD14603 1996FORD 1G8EC16L8GF146037 1986CHEVROLET JYA3MXA00LA000289 1990RIVA PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9336500 STATEOFFLORIDA DEPARTMENTOF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICEOFINTENTTO ISSUEPERMIT TheDepartmentof EnvironmentalProtection herebyprovidesNoticeof intenttoissuepermithasbeen preparedfortheproposed projectasdetailedinthe applicationspecifiedherein,for thereasonscontainedbelow; theapplicant,Mr.Edward Noga,DirectoroftheSouth EasternAquatechnologies,Inc appliedonFebruary06,2012 totheDepartmentof EnvironmentalProtectionfora permittoconstructone,(1), ClassV,Group9,InjectionWell A A (IW-1),system.Theprojectis locatedat16363rdStreet, Marathon,MonroeCounty,FL. (DEPFileNo 309867-001-UC/5W).The purposeofthefacilityistoinject non-hazardousindustrial wastewaterfromtheSouth EasternAquatechnologies,Inc, totheproposedIW-1injection well.Injectionwillbeintothe KeyLargoorMiamiLimestone Formationsanticipatedto occurat,orimmediately,below landsurfacewithintheareaof proposedwellconstruction. TheDepartmenthaspermitting j urisdictionunderChapter403 oftheFloridaStatutes,and Chapters62-4,62-520,62-528, 62-550,62-600,62-601, 62-620,and62-660ofthe FloridaAdministrativeCode. Theprojectisnotexemptfrom permittingprocedures.The Departmenthasdetermined thataconstructionpermitis requiredfortheproposedwork. TheDepartmentwillissuethe permitunlessatimelypetition foranadministrativehearingis filedunderSections120.569 and120.57,F.S.Mediationis notavailableforthis proceeding. A personwhosesubstantial interestsareaffectedbythe Departmentsproposed permittingdecisionmay petitionforanadministrative proceeding(hearing)in accordancewithSections 120.569and120.57,Florida Statutes.Thepetitionmust containtheinformationsetforth belowandmustbefiled (received)intheOfficeof GeneralCounselofthe Departmentat3900 CommonwealthBoulevard, MailStation35,Tallahassee, Florida32399-3000,within14 daysofpublicationofthis notice.Petitionershallmaila copyofthepetitiontothe applicantattheaddress indicatedaboveatthetimeof filing.Failuretofileapetition withinthistimeperiodshall constituteawaiverofanyright suchpersonmayhaveto requestanadministrative determination(hearing)under Sections120.569and120.57, FloridaStatutes,ortointervene inthisproceedingand participateasapartytoit.Any subsequentinterventionwillbe onlyatthediscretionofthe presidingofficeruponthefiling ofamotionincompliancewith rule28-5.207,F.A.C. ThePetitionshallcontainthe followinginformation;(a)The name,address,andtelephone numberofeachpetitioner,the applicantsnameandaddress, theDepartmentPermitFile Numberandthecountyin whichtheprojectisproposed; (b)Astatementofhowand wheneachpetitionerreceived noticeoftheDepartments actionorproposedaction;(c)A statementofhoweach petitionerssubstantial interestsareaffectedbythe Departmentsactionor proposedaction;(d)A statementofthematerialfacts disputedbyPetitioner,ifany; (e)Astatementoffactswhich petitionercontendswarrant reversalormodificationofthe Departmentsactionor proposedaction;(f)A statementofwhichrulesor statutespetitionercontends requirereversalormodification oftheDepartmentsactionor proposedaction;and(g)A statementofthereliefsought bypetitioner,statingprecisely theactionpetitionerwantsthe Departmenttotakewith respecttotheDepartments actionorproposedaction. Ifapetitionisfiled,the administrativehearingprocess isdesignedtoformulate agencyaction.Accordingly,the Departmentsfinalactionmay bedifferentfromtheposition takenbyitinthisNotice. Personswhosesubstantial interestswillbeaffectedbyany decisionoftheDepartmentwith regardtotheapplicationhave therighttopetitiontobecomea partytotheproceeding,in accordancewiththe A A requirementssetforthabove. Theapplication,noticeof permit,andfactsheetare availableforpublicinspection duringnormalbusinesshours, 8:00a.m.to5:00p.m.,Monday throughFriday,exceptlegal holidays,attheDepartmentof EnvironmentalProtection, SouthDistrictOffice,locatedat 2295VictoriaAve.,Suite364, FortMyers,Florida33901.Any additionalinformation concerningthisprojectmaybe obtainedbycontactingDavid Rhodes,P.G.at(239) 344-5687. PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9346500 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ANCHORTOWING gives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthesevehicles on 06/29/2012,08:00amat 189USHIGHWAY1,KEY WEST,FL33040-5476, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. A NCHORTOWINGreserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. 5F02T79A186170738 2008CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES& SIDECARSINC KNJLT05H0V6206794 1997FORD LB5TB8517B1507032 2012MOPED PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 9269900 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof GO-GET-EM-GIRLS! located at P.O.Box370441, inthe Countyof Monroe, intheCity of KeyLargo,Florida33037 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. HardenCreativeEnterprises, LLC PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9346400 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Quality Groundskeepers locatedat 99915thSt.Ocean, inthe Countyof Monroe, inthecityof Marathon,Florida33050 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. ThomasBateman,owner PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 9363400 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Redfive enterprises locatedat 3920S. RooseveltBlvd / 201E inthe Countyof Monroe, inthecityof KeyWest,Florida33040 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. GerardR.Wichern,owner PublishJune16,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A.M.ELECTRICisexpanding itsFleet! NeedElectrician JourneymenwithFl.Drivers lic.&cleandrivingrecord.Call 305-743-0399oremail am.companies…gmail.com A ACanvasSewing Canvasworkerneededforsewingandrepair inIslamorada.FT/PTPlease call305-664-9404 AACanvasSewing Canvasworkerneededforsewingandrepair inIslamorada.FT/PTPlease call305-664-9404 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

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,June 16,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A Love Retail?Want to work in a fun environment? Want to have benefits including health, vacation and profit sharing? Please fax your resume to 453-9604 or call 453-9144 Seeking PT/FT Day/Night/Weekend Asst Manager/Shift Leader Sales Associates/Office Clerk. Sandal Factory/T-Shirt CityMM 102 and MM 82 TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A Housekeeping Supervisor Exceptional Living,Exceptional People Plantation Key Nursing Center in Tavernier,is seekinga Housekeeping Supervisor.Previous housekeeping a must,previous supervisory experience a plus.To apply for the position,please submit your resume to terry@plantationkeync.com A A A A LOGO Dummy061 Error: 1 Dummy0614-15:55:21 4 x 7.0 (98.8235) Dummy Dummy No phone calls please. Apply in person at MM 92.5500 Burton Dr.,Suite 5216Tavernier,FL 33070We are an Equal Opportunity Employer P/T Night Auditor Inventory/In Rooms Maintenance light maintenance experience capable of operating carpet shampoo machine proficient in English local resident preferred full time WedSun, set schedule Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82 DIVEMASTER/INSTRUCTOR forFullTimepositionat Tildens,inMarathon.Dropoff oremailresumeto info…tildensscubacenter.com. Drivers:DedicatedAccount! TopPay,Benefits,Miles, WeeklyHome-Time&More! Wernerenterprises: 1-800-567-4854 F/TELECTRICIAN neededfor busyelectricalcontracting shop.Needowntools&transp. toCudjoe.Call/emailorstopin: 745-1551;lowerkeyselectric…bellsouth.net;22814O/SHwy. ForkLiftOperator Marina PersonnelwithForklift Experienceneededin Islamorada.FT/PTPleasecall 305-664-9494 Maint.Tech 2 ‚ yrshotel/apt maint.exp.reqd.;HVACcert. reqd.;liveon-siteprfd.In Marathon.Sendresumto sea 0 grape 0 apts…pinnaclefamily.com A A PARTTIME SECURITYGUARDNEEDED Weekendwork. Musthavesecuritylicense. Tavernier.305-743-3143 PARTTIMETANKTRUCK DRIVERNEEDED Must possessHAZMATlicense. Cleandrivingrecordamust. Call305-852-9274. A A PROFESSIONALCAPTAIN for85SymbolYachtfish200 tonlicense,STCW95.Based outofMarathon.Verywell maintained2010vessel.Duties includebutnotlimitedto maintenance,captainfor ownersandcharters.Fishing anddivingaplus.Resumesto info…dasignsource.com A A RetailSales/InteriorDesign toworkinourluxurydesign centeronawardwinning projects.Ifyouhaveaproven recordofsuccessintheinterior designindustryorsales experiencewithapassionand flairfordesignandcan demonstratetalentinputting designprojectstogetherfrom starttofinishsendyourresume andportfolioto careers…dasignsource.com. WatersportsattendantF/T for busycompanyinIslamorada. Mustbehardworking& dependable.Weekends&valid dr.lic.amust!305-896-2915 A A DENTALOFFICE FRONT DESKRECEPTIONIST formiddleKeys.Mustbe experiencedwithbilling, scheduling,insuranceclaims forbusyoffice.Bilingual required.HoursareM-F, approx.7:45am-5:15pm. Sendresumeandwork experienceto scarrick…rhnmc.orgorfaxto 305-289-8920 Lookingforlongtermcare. Certifiedhomehealthcare aide neededinKeyColony Beach,for27yearoldwoman. Upto5daysavail.11:30am8:30pm.Privatepay.FLKeys residentonly.631-831-0879 A A TheKirkoftheKeyschurch inMarathonhasanopeningfor a P/TOfficeAdministrator. Wearelookingforfriendly personwithexcellentcomputer skills.Musthaveknowledgeof MicrosoftOffice,Excel, Publisher,Powerpointand QuickBooks.Ministry participationskillsaplus.Email yourresumeattn:ChrisPrince atKirkofthekeys…gmail.com A A €DISHWASHERS€COOK€WAITSTAFF Dependableandreliable. A pplyinpersononly:Herbies, 6350O/SHwy,Marathon. EXPERIENCEDHELPONLY€BreakfastCook€PrepCook€LineCook€Host/Hostess€Waitstaff€Bartender€BusPerson€FrontofHouseManagers A pplyinperson: SunsetGrille&RawBar,7 KnightsKeyBlvd,Marathon. IMMEDIATEHIRING DinnerBusPerson/Food Runnerat HIDEAWAYCAFE CallRobert289-1554between 10am-noonforappointment. Nowacceptingapplications forallpositions. A pplyinpersonat PAPAJOHNSPIZZA 5105O/SHwy,Marathon. PARTTIMEDOCKHAND neededimmediately. A pplyinpersonat BananaBayResort, 4590O/SHwy,Marathon

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Saturday,June 16,2012 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 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 LOGOD061 A A 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 MARATHONGARAGESALE RainORShine!Sat,6/16,8-3. 37697thSt,Ocean.Entire contentsof2ndhome.Lots& lotsoffurn,pictures,decorative &househditems. Dontmissit! MARATHONMOVINGSALE 56349thSt.,Ocean.BRset, diningrm,dryer,carpet,microwave,loveseat,kitchenstuff! Fri,Sat,Sun,7am-noon. MULTI-FAMILYYARDSALE SATURDAYJUNE16, 8:00AM-NOON. 169VENITIANWAY, ISLAMORADA. A A GreatSelections! Used& almostnewrefrigerators&side bysides.ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.305-393-3238 A A IslaMM82Oceanview,beach acccess.Beautiful1.5BR,1.5 BA,furn.Laundry,yard.For quiet,N/S,working.$1,100 ‚ shareelec.305-664-2406 A AMARATHON2BR,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 AAMARATHON2BR,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 MARATHON Furnished3/2. Drivebyat1166-91stCourt. Waterfrontwithdock,covered parking.$1850/mo.CallJorge 305-725-7655 MM1033bdr/2balgfenced yard 2/1w/studioor3/2,washer,petsposs.$1450 941-704-8800 A A MM1033bdr/2balgyard Groundlevelhomefenced yard,2bdr/1baw/studioor 3bd/2bapetso.kwasher 941-704-8800 SUGARLOAFKEY2/1stilt home oncanal ‚ CUDJOE, 2/2oncanal,$1600/mo.each, FLS.AlLederofPreferred Properties305-304-7359 SummerlandKeyOceanfront home w/tropicalsetting,sandy beach,boatbasin&dock.2/2, A /C,W/D,$1800/mo.F/L/S. A nnuallease.561-371-9838 1/1COTTAGE-FULLY furn.Incl.util. ‚ Wifi&Sat.TV, W/D&D/W.$975/mo.F/S.Annuallease.MM100Bayside. Ref.Reqd.305-924-0137 2BR2BAStiltHome OnCanalinHammerPoint $1850PlusUtilities F.L.SAvailJuly 305-304-5553 A A HAMMERPOINTBEAUTY HAMMERPOINTBEAUTY3 BR/1.5bath,fullyfurnishedwith breathtakingviewofthebay. MM94.786-258-3438 786-258-3438 MARATHON1BRmobile home. Unfurnished,clean! $1000/mo.Also1BR,oncanal. Nice!!$1200.Washer/dryer facilities.Nopets.743-3581 A A AMOVEINNOWfrom$275 week.MARATHON.Weekly ormonthly.Fullyfurnished. Allutilities cable&freeWIF I included.305-289-0800 CONCHKEYMM63 .1BR, 1BA,groundlevel,fullyfurn. Kitchen,LR,boatslipavail. DirectlyontheBay,must see! $1200/mo.305-743-3478 IslamoradaMM82 Unfurn1/1SpaciousApt CableTVincl.W/Donprem. NoPets,NoSmoking$850/mo. ‚ UtilYearLeaseF/L/S Rentalapp.required 305-393-2995 KEYCOLONYBEACH 1BR1BAHALFDUPLEX Furnished.W/D.$1,000 ‚ utils.Availimmediately. Call631-445-3547 KeyLargo LandingsofLargo 2/2condo 2pools,marina, boatramp,tenniscourts,large carport.$1500/moinclcable. A vailJuly1st.954-214-1751 A A Large1BR FullEatin Kitchen.LrgLivingRoom Water&Cableincl MM97.8O/S$900F/L/S 305-852-5866 LIVEABOARDBOAT ,utilities &cableinc.$550/mo.Trade rentforwork.Mustbereliable& competenthandyman.Inquire 2525OverseasHwy, Marathon. MARATHON 1BR,1BAinonehalfduplex, $800.F/L/S, EFFICIENCY, $625,incl.water.CallRemax, 743-2300forinfo. MARATHON2/1halfduplex. Tilefloors,laundryrm,terrace. Waterfrontoceanside propertyw/dock .$1350/mo. SmpetOK.305-989-8804 MARATHON2/2UPSCALE CONDO, unfurn,W/D,pool, beach,tenniscrt,dockage! $1750/moF/L/S.BarbaraatCB SchmittR.E.305-289-6499 MARATHON2BR,1Ba, duplex.Terrazzofloors,canal access,groundlevel,W/D hookup,hugelot!99thSt. $1050/mo.305-360-6747 MARATHON Centrally located,newlyredecorated, newappls.2/1,unfurn. Coveredpatio.F/L/S.$995/mo. 305-395-2095 MARATHONForRent 1/1halfduplex, tileflrs,A/C. $1200/mo. Studioapt newtile flrs,newA/C,freshlypaintedin/ out,storage.$1000/mo. Eachinclutils&lawnmaint. AKeyRealEstate 305-872-4144 MM103 GULFFRONTAPT 2BR,1BA.AvailJuly1st. $1,200/mo.F/L/S.60concrete dockwithboatdavitsavailable withit,extra.954-290-1444 MM92.5TAVERNIER 2BREXTRAlarge/1BA SecondFloor $1200 ‚ Electric 917-589-8334 2006PARKMODELTRAILER FORRENT KeysRVPark.Fully furnished.$600/moF/L/S. 305-731-5042 2BR/2BAKEYLARGOO/S pools,tenniscourts.Golfcart, lagoon&beach.W/Dincluded. Through12/12.$1850/mo.util. incl.Call336-293-3534 2BR/2BATOWNHOUSE MM88.5,PlantationVillas. Travertineflrs.,granite, stainlessappls.Nosmoking, nopets.$1200/mo.F/L/S.Call Eric305-393-3706owner/ agent. A A KEYLARGOMM96. Ocean side.Directoceanaccess w/Oceanviews!Furnished 3BR,2BA.Shortorlongterm rental.Call786-258-3127 A A 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 MARATHONWAREHOUSE SPACE Industrialzoned warehouses:980sfwithoffice &600sfspacewithoffice.Call John587-7529,Kurt481-4838 MM30.5 BIGPINEKEY, USHWY1FRONTAGE. Goodforstorefrontoroffices. Excellentlocation.$990per month.239-541-1678 SMALLOFFICE FORRENT MM97 Only$250/mo. Call305-522-6598 STOREFRONT/OFFICE SPACE MM99.6,middle ofhwy.1250sq.ft.,large parkinglot.Avail.July1. Call305-522-6598. A A RVLOTFORRENT InveryniceKeysRVparkin Marathon.Fullhookup. $500/mo, ‚ util.FREEWiFi, andcableTV.305-731-5042 RVLOTSFORRENT DocksAvail .Islamorada Bayside,MM81.5.Full hook-ups.Weekly,Seasonal, A nnual Call305-393-3377 A A OCEANFRONTMARATHON Updated3br,2ba,deepwater, forRentorSale.$2500/moor $549K.Hottub.50dock.Tile floors.Avail7/1.732-674-3451 201042CountryCoach motorcoach 4slides,loaded. Valuedatappx$600,000, want totradeforwaterfronthome inFloridaKeys. 239-671-7800

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