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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Portion of title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 12-01-2012
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778679022222 Classifieds . . .6B Living . . . .3B Business . . .7A Obituaries . . .2A Opinion . . .6A Sports/Outdoors .1B Crossword . . .2BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,DECEMBER 1,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.96 25 CENTS New Rules?The FWC meets Wednesday.On the agenda,designating saltwater gamefish for special protection against commercial harvest. Story, 6A Survival Story?Stunning visuals make 'Life of Pi' a must-see,according to film reviewer Craig Wanous. See L'Attitudes, 4B Member FDICEqual Housing Lender Need A Loan? Call Us! 305-296-8535 KeysBank.com AniMadruga (305) 308-3210NMLS#: 812674 BrianBarroso (305) 393-4669NMLS#: 812460 KurtLewin (305) 304-4187NMLS#: 812476 BrianKelly (305) 393-6446NMLS#: 812475 LoriBailey (305) 304-6991NMLS#: 812459 Village eyes in-house attorneyMomentum is growing among the five-member Islamorada Village Council to hire an in-house attorney and possibly sever ties with the law firm that served Islamorada for years. Councilmen David Purdo favored hiring of an in-house attorney for several years. He maintains that the Miamibased firm Weiss Serota costs the village too much money and is more concerned with billable hours than loyalty to the village. And Mayor Ken Philipson proposed a sort of hybrid plan in August of hiring a village attorney and using Weiss Serota for certain legal issues. But then-Councilman Don Achenberg and Councilman Ted Blackburn were wary of the idea. Blackburn, who has served on several elected boards in his native New York before moving to Florida, said inhouse attorneys usually have private practices too, which often impact their level of commitment to the municipalities they serve. ThenMayor Michael Reckwerdt said in August that he was satisfied with Weiss Serota's service to the village. But the board has a different make-up after the November election, and Weiss Serota's future with the village is in more doubt. Reckwerdt was term-limited out of office and Achenberg chose not to run again. Purdo and Philipson are now joined in their call for an in-house attorney by newly-elected Councilman Michael Forster, who brought the topic up at Thursday's regular council meeting. The council will hold an as-yet unscheduled workshop to discuss Weiss Serota's future some time in January. Forster said that although Weiss Serota agreed two years ago to charge a flat fee of $250,000 a year, actual expenditures were almost three times that amount lastWorkshop planned as complaints grow over spending on outside law firmISLAMORADAPOWER BALL Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW Alberto Anderson (11) of Coral Shores goes up for a put-back bucket in the Hurricanes' 78-71 overtime win over Miami Country Day on Tuesday.Anderson scored a team-high 21 points and rallied the Canes in a fourth-quarter comeback. Story, 1BBig box stores pass first hurdleDevelopers who want to create a large shopping complex on 33 acres of Rockland Key won an early nod of approval Wednesday, but it came with reminders that building in the Florida Keys seldom goes smoothly. "I don't have the luxury of time," David Garfunkel, chief executive of a Savannah, Ga.,-based development firm told the Monroe County Planning Commission. He repeated it twice during a three-hour discussion in Marathon. The proposed project, six miles from Key West and a close neighbor to the Naval Air Station on Boca Chica, would dwarf the size of any existing commercial retail property in the unincorporated Lower Keys. Planning Commissioners on Wednesday voted 4-1 to approve a draft ordinance to establish an "overlay district" for the 33-acre site for planning purposes. Now the overlay ordinance goes to the Monroe County Commission for final review and consideration. The County Commission could reject or significantly change the ordinance. Actual design of the center would be subject to Monroe County's complex growthlimit rules. The vote Wednesday was a single step in what likely will be a long review process. Acentral question remains on how developers can obtain a commercial square-footage allocation required by Monroe County's Rate of Growth Ordinance. "People understand there are some pretty serious challenges," said Owen Trepanier, the developer's Key West planning consultant. As outlined, the center would feature an anchor store of 140,000 square feet, with a range of smaller stores and restaurants for a total of approximately 400,000 to 500,000 square feet of construction. By comparison, the Big Pine Key Shopping Plaza has 92,206 square feet of stores and offices in three buildings on an 8-acre tract. Garfunkel told the commission that he could not confirm any prospective tenants, but talks frequently referred to the example of a typical Target store needing 125,000 to 140,000 square feet. Trepanier said other subanchor stores, each needingRockland plan gets cautious nod,but questions remainLOWER KEYSMovement on City Hall?With over $100 million worth of wastewater and stormwater infrastructure in the ground, the city of Marathon is ready to move forward on projects that have been on the back burner the past five years. Tops on that list is a new City Hall, which the City Council discussed at length at the Nov. 13 regular meeting following this year's election. It agreed that is the most pressing infrastructure matter in the post-sewer construction era. On Tuesday, the council set a date for a special call meeting in January to discuss a "five-year capital infrastructure plan" for the city. That includes a new City Hall, and the possibility of a new Public Works Department building at the city-owned 104th Street lot or another location. The council spoke briefly about the meeting on Tuesday, but encouraged as many residents as possible to attend and give feedback about the future of the city. City Hall has for severalCapital plan puts new city hall first MARATHONDAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.com FORSTER Robert Hickman's singing lighthouse sculpture plays Donna Fargo's 1974 hit song You Can't Be a Beacon if Your Light Don't Shine.' Hickman is leading a unicycle tour from Key Largo to Key West over the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail to promote Sculpture Key West,which opens today at Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park in Key West. Story, 4A .Contributed photoBE A BEACONSee Village,2ASee Rockland,2A See City Hall,8ABy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,December 1,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.77 68 SUN.79 68 MON.77 68 TUES.79 68 Forecast: Mostly cloudy. 30% chance of rain.Breezy, winds 20-25 mph.Clearing by Sunday night. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches every two weeks for the presence of enteric bacteria.There currently are no Keys beaches with health advisories against swimming.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$64.84 in Florida and $60.32 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 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSOverflights tied to utility line surveyIf you see or hear helicopters buzzing overhead Tuesday and Wednesday, don't be alarmed. That's just the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative conducting a helicopterbased survey of all transmission lines from the SevenMile Bridge to Ocean Reef. The overflights will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 4-5, weather permitting. The helicopter flies at approximately 800-1,000 feet near the transmission poles along U.S. 1 and Card Sound Road. FKEC asks motorists to drive safely while the survey is in progress, with this reminder: keep your focus on the road and not the copter flying overhead. 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 DECEMBERTax TalkFactsTag TalkFROMTHE TAX COLLECTOR Coupons for the Tourist Development Tax will be mailed out this month. Mobile home owners. Your RED decals will expire on December 31, 2012. Your new BLUE decal should be affixed to the lower left corner of the window closest to the street or road providin g access to the residence. The third installment for taxes is due. Taxes paid in December will receive a 3% discount. Fast Titles NOWAVAILABLE in the Key West and Plantation Key Offices. €Mrs. Henriquez and her staff wish everyone a very Happy Holiday. Our offices will be closed on December 24 & 25, 2012. The offices will be open on December 31, 2012 until 4:45. Toppino agree s to plea deal in a ss ault ca s ePaul Toppino, 69, has agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors who allege on July 19, 2011, he and two others broke into a Key West man's apartment and beat him over unpaid rent. The Monroe County State Attorney's Office is recommending a sentence including 120 days in the Monroe County Detention Center on Stock Island. Toppino along with codefendants Michael Dennis, 67, and Graciela Lozano, 48, allegedly went to an apartment at 1719 Thompson St., which Lozano manages, to evict tenant Angel Roman. Toppino had in his pocket a .38-caliber Ruger handgun with six bullets one in the chamber and a backup magazine in his pocket; Dennis wielded a baseball bat. When Roman answered the door, the group allegedly rushed in and started beating him. Lozano is charged with burglary with assault, Dennis with burglary with assault while armed with a dangerous weapon and Toppino with burglary with assault while carrying a firearm. The terms of the plea, detailed in a letter from Assistant State Attorney Mark Wilson to Toppino counsel Jerome Ballarotto, indicate Toppino will plea to one count of misdemeanor battery and one count of misdemeanor trespassing in an occupied structure. In addition to the 120day jail term, Toppino has agreed to one-year probation, $55,000 in victim restitution, and $820 in other fines and fees. Despite efforts on Thursday to continue the trial date, Dennis and Lozano are poised for trial beginning on Dec. 10, in front of Circuit Court Judge Mark Jones, although there's still time for them to enter a plea. Essential to Wilson's strategy is that Toppino's plea and sentencing come after the trial. Once he pleads guilty, Toppino will lose his 5th Amendment right to not incriminate himself. Toppino could be called upon to testify for the prosecution or defense if the plea came before the trial. He's set to be deposed by Lozano attorney Donald Barrett and Dennis attorney Sam Kaufman on Tuesday. Wilson expects that to simply involve Toppino invoking his 5th Amendment rights. Dennis previously petitioned the court to continue the trial because he had prepaid for a conflicting trip to Cuba; he planned to marry his girlfriend while in Havana. Lozano, last week, said she was rethinking her attorney choice due to communications issue.Would serve jail time,plus probationIN THE COURTSfiscal year. "I'm looking to reduce that payout," Forster said. Nina Boniske, an attorney for Weiss Serota, said her firm charged more last fiscal year because its attorneys did the bulk of the bid and contract work the village needed done in preparation for building its $90-million centralized wastewater system. The issue became more complicated and more expensive when the village switched engineering firms in the 11th hour because of a major contract dispute. "If we hadn't done it, you would have paid someone else to do the work," she said. Boniske called last year's legal fees "an anomaly," and said she strives to keep costs to the village low. "I try to run this as an in-house attorney," she told council members. Along with the $250,000 fee for Weiss Serota's general legal services, the village also budgets about $200,000 more for the firm's litigation services. The village is facing about seven of the 26 lawsuits it started out with at the beginning of last fiscal year, Boniske said. Forster, Purdo and Philipson criticized Weiss Serota for taking too many cases to court, but Boniske responded that her firm acts on the direction of the Village Council. Purdo shot back that the council's direction is based on Weiss Serota's legal advice. Councilwoman Deb Gillis, also newly-elected, said blaming Weiss Serota is not fair, and the council should take more responsibility about what cases it settles and which ones it chooses to fight in court. Islamorada, with a population of about 6,435 people, budgets more money for legal services than the City of Marathon population around 9,680 and slightly less than the City of Key West, which has about 23,000 residents. Marathon too uses an outside law firm, which it pays about $395,000 a year, said Roger Hernstadt, the city's manager. Key West has an attorney and at least two assistant attorneys, which costs the city about $551,000 a year, according to budget documents. More expensive'From Village,1ABy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com TOPPINOTighter rules to curb theftRules allowing a commercial fisherman to pull traps owned by another fishermen could be tightened this week by the state's top marine agency. Aregulation change going before the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at its two-day meeting in Apalachicola would require a notarized form and a call to marine officers before a "delegate" could pull lobster or crab traps registered to another fisherman. "Law enforcement [officers] requested that these forms be updated to improve the enforceability of delegates pulling traps," an FWC staff report says. The Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen's Association which accounts for the lion's share of the lobster caught statewide does not object, executive director Bill Kelly said. "Assuring someone is authorized to pull another person's gear by completion of the paperwork in the presence of a notary is one more step in preventing trap robbing," Kelly said. "There has always been a provision to authorize someone else to pull your traps in the event of illness, mechanical breakdown or other problem," Kelly said. "It's common practice for fishermen to assist one another during the seasonal opening and closure for deployment and retrieval of traps." Under the new proposal, a fisherman working another's traps must be listed on a notarized form signed by the traps'owner. Additionally, a call to the FWC dispatch office would be required every day when the delegate is pulling the traps. Adelegate must be a licensed commercial fisherman with needed permits. FWC staff recommends the agency board approve the rule change under the consent agenda in Apalachicola. Kelly said while attending the FWC meeting Wednesday and Thursday, he plans to press agency officials to expand hours for deploying crab and lobster traps at the start of fishing seasons. "Some of the rules are ambiguous and we have had incidents of different interpretations of certain rules by officers in the field," Kelly said.Fishermen support latest rules on subs pulling trapsON THE WATER Marathon Church Of God800 74th Street,OceanSunday Worship & Children's Church 10:45AM Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PMWednesday Night Bible Study 6:30PMA Pentecostal Ministry with a Prophetic Voice" For God so loved the world..." and so do we! Kirk of the KeysOverseas Highway at 89th Street Marathon € MM 51.5 € 743-4256Staffed Childrens Sunday School & NurserySunday Services 9 a.m. Contemporary€11 a.m. Traditionalwww.kirkofthekeys.com about 50,000 square feet, would want to be in the same building as the anchor store. That would require about a single structure of about 250,000 total square feet. Monroe County Planning Department staff countered that no existing commercial building between Key West and Marathon covers more than 110,000 square feet, and recommends limiting the size of any one building on the property to 125,000 square feet to maintain "community character." Under Monroe County's state-enforced comprehensive land-use plan, new commercial construction is capped at 45,000 square feet a year. Since the real-estate crash, that available footage has largely gone unused, resulting in an available total of approximately 400,000 square feet. However, no process exists to award unused square footage from previous years, county development manager Joe Haberman said. "Right now, there is not a mechanism for anybody to acquire that," he said. County staff is working to establish a "bank" that could award unused space, but that will take a few months at least, he said. Even if the county does decide to award unused footage from prior years, Haberman said, it raises the question of whether it should all be allocated to a single development. The Rockland Key developers initially asked to exempt their center from ROGO limits, saying they have a uniquely large property that would provide Lower Keys residents with needed shopping. That exemption request did not go far with planning staff or planning commissioners, and was withdrawn from the overlay ordinance. Don Riggs, a Lower Keys community activist, said homeowners associations generally support the center as long as it includes needed public facilities like a public meeting room or library. No one speaking at the planning commission meeting opposed the concept of the shopping center. Garfunkel said his project could not afford to wait for an island master plan."We're not some damn developer coming in to rape the area,"Garfunkel said under a best-case scenario, the first store could open in late 2014.Now to BOCCFrom Rockland,1A Public Meeti n gs Scheduled by a n d with the City of Ma r atho n fo r Decembe r 2012Please n ote that mo r e tha n o n e Ma r atho n City Cou n cil/Boa r d/Committee membe r may pa r ticipate i n the meeti n gs listed.City Cou n cil City Ma n age r Mike Ci n que, Mayo r Roge r He rn stadt Richa r d Keati n g, Vice Mayo r City Atto rn eys Dick Ramsay, Cou n cilmembe r G r ay-Robi n so n Gi n ge r S n ead, Cou n cilmembe r Ch r is Bull, Cou n cilmembe r CITYOFMARATHONSUBJECT : DA TE: TIME: LOCA TION: Nearshore Waters Committee Meetin g 12/06/126:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. Community Ima g e Advisory Board12/10/124:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. City Council Meetin g 12/11/125:30pmMarathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy. Parks & Recreation Committee Meetin g 12/13/126:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. To view the full City of Ma r atho n cale n da r please visit ou r website: www.ci.ma r atho n .fl.usPursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respec t to any matter considered at any meetin g or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedin g s and for such purposes he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedin g s is made; which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a disabled person requirin g special accommodations or assistance, please notify the City Clerk at (305) 289-5020 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance. 11/28/12hpPublished Keynoter 12/1/12 By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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Saturday,December 1,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com The Morgan Insurance Group would like to introduce our Life & Health agent, Amy Stoky.Amy brings a high level of energy, professionalism and commitment to serve you for all of your health and life insurance needs including: for individuals, families and groups. personally owned.The insurance you need. the service you expect. A price you can afford. AMY STOKY ManagerLife & Health Services amy@tmigfla.com 31 Ocean Reef Dr. C-204 Key Largo, FL 33037 (305) 367-4788 155 Key Deer Blvd. Big Pine Key, FL 33043 (305) 872-4788 102481 Overseas Hwy Key Largo, FL 33037 (305) 451-4788 Holiday Shopping Time872-4491Winn Dixie Shopping Center on Big Pine KeyOpen 7 DaysNew Arrivals WeeklyCotton Separates Hand Painted Silks Handmade Jewelry Gifts & Home Accessories What's future role of art in Key West?With an eye on defining the future of the arts in the Florida Keys, a panel of political figures, non-profit leaders and artists will meet on Monday to talk longterm strategy and vision. Hosted by the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys, the Future Forum on the Arts will be held at The Studios of Key West from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 3. Panelists have been asked to respond to two general questions: do the Keys as a community aspire to nurture the creations of art or just the consumption of art; and five years down the road, what will the role of art be in our community? Scheduled to speak are: Key West City Commissioner Teri Johnston; City Manager Bob Vitas; Art in Public Places board Chairman Michael Shields; Florida Keys Council of the Arts Executive Director Liz Young; Studios of Key West Chairwoman Rosi Ware; and Key West Literary Seminar Associate Director Arlo Haskell. The Community Foundation estimates the local impact of arts-related revenue at around $86 million per year. Shields said, while the local art community is quite robust, "It's a matter of the arts being sufficiently supported in the infrastructure of these things." He drew from his experience on the Art in Public Places board, which operates without any funding. Last year commissioners approved an ordinance requiring 1 percent of new development costing more than $500,000 and 1 percent of redevelopment costing more than $100,000 be set aside for public art installations. To date that mechanism has raised no money. "That will never be enough," Shields said. "That's only part of a strategy to support the arts as an economic driver. The arts mean business." Generally speaking of public art, Shields called for the end of considering art as something that happens "in the anointed halls of culture," but rather a 24/7 user-generated experience. "People want to create their own experience and they want to be able to do it at any time." That's accomplished, he said, via public art. "We'll evolve as a greater presence over time as the money comes in." Commissioner Johnston described a dichotomy: "I'm kind of torn by this. Is it a role of government to nurture art or is it to provide the essential goods and services the citizens can't provide for themselves?" "Do we create a welcoming environment to nurture arts? I think yes. I think that's what we strive for because our demographics are very heavily weighted to the arts. By providing basic services we are, in essence, doing that." She and Shields both mentioned the need to attract established artists, mid-career artists and young artists who may be attracted to Key West by affordable rent, not something that's widely avail able. But Johnston pointed out that affordable housing, while also helping to nurture artists, would also be a benefit to the community at large. This conversation is timely as Friday kicked off the first ever Art! Key West festival running today and Sunday, featuring literary, musical, dramatic and visual art. Afull schedule of events is available at www.arts keywest.com .Community leaders meet Monday to talk 5-year planKEY WESTBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYAntoinette Jude Golden,an 11-year-old artist from Bradenton,works on a chalk mural at the Truman Waterfront Friday.The Key West Art in Public Places Board is hosting a ChalkFest running from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m.today and Sunday. KEYSNET.COM

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Saturday,December 1,2012 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Patti Nickless, CRS, SFRBrokerAssociate(305) 304-6949Patti@BestKeysAgent.comScan to View Visual Tours Big Pine Key office is open 7 days a week for your convenience. Patti Just Soldanother exceptional home!Are you ready to SELL? Or BUYa piece of Keys Paradise?CALLPATTI TODAY! www .BestKeysAgent.com 56 Cannon Royal Dr. Shark Key U n icycle + balloo ns = a r tPicture a clown on a unicycle, trailed by balloons and all of it for the edification of art. Startin g Tuesday, residents of Key Lar g o will g et their first look at this unusual Florida Keys Overseas Herita g e Trail Unicycle Tour. It's led by Robert Hickman and Keith Nelson, both of New York. Hickman, a sculptor, has been participatin g in Sculpture Key West since 2005. Nelson is a co-founder of the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus (cq), which features sword swallowers, balloon sculptures and even some g uest appearances with Cirque du Soileil. The duo plan to ride the len g th of the Keys Tuesday throu g h Sunday, when they finish their unusual unicycle tour at Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park. That's also where Sculpture Key West has its lar g est collection of pieces on display for this year's show, which runs from Saturday, Dec. 1 to Mar. 23, 2013. Durin g their six-day ride, the duo plan frequent stops to promote Sculpture Key West, the Herita g e Trail and arts in the Keys. And they're encoura g in g fellow bikin g enthusiasts to join in the trip (even if you don't have a unicycle). Sculpture Key West be g an in 2002 and will have 22 installations and two performances from artists as far away as Colo g ne, Germany and the U.S. Vir g in Islands participatin g in this year's event. Hickman said he'll be dra gg in g a rock behind his unicycle while traversin g the Herita g e Trail throu g h the Keys. He plans to use that rock as part of a sculpture piece for this year's Sculpture Key West installatios. The New York sculptor was commissioned to do the 72nd Street subway station in New York City and professes a special fondness for brid g es, notin g he and his co-rider will cross 42 brid g es on their journey from Key Lar g o to Key West. Sculpture Key West installations will be on display at Fort Zachery Taylor, startin g Saturday,Dec. 1 from 8 a.m. to sunset, 7 days a week. Be g innin g Friday, Dec. 7, more pieces will on display at the Key West Garden Club at West Martello Tower. Hours there are 9:30 a.m. until dusk daily. For more inform ation, visit: www.Sculp tureKeyWest.org .NY promoters tout Sculpture Key West on tourFLORIDA KEYS www.keysnet.com Key West man pleads g uiltyCleon Major, 40, of Key West pleaded g uilty Wednesday on federal char g es of submittin g fraudulent claims followin g the April 2010 BPoil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Major pleaded g uilty to wire fraud in the submission of a fraudulent claim for lost income a g ainst the Gulf Coast Claims Facility, set up by BPto process loss claims. Sentencin g is scheduled for March 25, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. in Key West before U.S. District Jud g e Jose E. Martinez. Major faces a maximum statutory prison term of up to 20 years and a criminal fine of up to $250,000 may also be imposed, as well as a period of supervised release of up to five years. When the Deepwater Horizon drillin g platform exploded, the submer g ed oil well be g an spewin g crude; it's estimated some 4.9 million barrels of oil flowed into Gulf waters in the followin g three months before the wellhead was capped. And althou g h none of the oil ever washed up in the Keys, as it did in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and alon g the Florida Panhandle, Monroe County residents and businesses have received more than $200 million from the Gulf Coast Claims Facility on more than 11,000 claims. Accordin g to the U.S. Attorney's Office Southern District of Florida in Miami, Major admitted in Court that on October 27, 2010, he filed a fraudulent electronic claim via the internet for approximately $10,000 in lost income, knowin g the representations in his claim were false. Three co-defendants in the case, Donald Sar g ent, Adrian Barnes and David Bacon, all of Key West, are still facin g char g es for mail and wire fraud totalin g approximately $300,000. To substantiate his claim of lost income, Major provided the Gulf Coast Claims Office with fraudulent employment and income documents, which he transmitted via the internet to support his claim for reimbursement. The case is bein g prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas WattsFitzGerald, with the investi g ation end bein g handled by the Federal Bureau of Investi g ation and the National Oceano g raphic and Atmospheric Adm inistration's Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement.False claim for $10,000 could bring 20 yearsKEY WESTKeynoter Staff Keynoter Staff

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Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR¨(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com www.DianeCorliss.com"Open 7 Days a Week!" 21088 4th Ave. E.Summerland Key Sub s idized r e n t deal e n di n gThe Marathon City Council decided Tuesday that 10 years is more than enou g h time to g et yourself "established" here in the Florida Keys. The council a g reed in 2003 to rent a city-owned, three-bedroom house on Sombrero Beach Road to a low-tenure Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputy for $500 per month. But it turns out the same deputy has been livin g in the house since; and the ori g inal lease expired in Au g ust, 2004. "It is time to inspect the property and perform 10-year life cycle repairs to maximize the lon g evity of the property. Staff su gg ests vacatin g the property for repair/renovation, then securin g a new lowtenure deputy as a new tenant," Community Services Coordinator Debbie London wrote in a memo. Councilman Chris Bull said he recalls the city makin g the decision to rent the property to the deputy in 2003. He pointed out the tenant is a sing le man livin g in a three-bedroom house. "I remember the intent was to have someone there that's tryin g to g et established or brin g a family down here. It's been past 10 years, no rent increase," Bull said. "I think we need to g o and revisit it and make adjustments." "I'm hopin g after 10 years the financial situation has chan g ed a little bit. I'm all for movin g forward. If we just let someone stay there for years we need to look at increasin g the rent," Vice Mayor Richard Keatin g said. Mayor Mike Cinque su g g ested a twoto three-year maximum for any deputy to use the property. The council approved his motion to g ive notice to the tenant and make necessary repairs to the house. In other business Tuesday: The council approved Councilman Dick Ramsay's motion to explore addin g beach si g na g e to the traffic mast arms at Coco Plum Drive and Sombrero Beach Road. Ramsay has been pushin g for the idea of late, sayin g the city should encoura g e as many visitors to its beaches as possible. He said directions to Coco Plum and Sombrero beaches are often requested. "There are many people who continually ask where our beaches are. We're tryin g to limit our clutter with sig na g e [alon g U.S. 1], so this seemed like an easy, yet effective, way to do it," Ramsay said. The council a g reed to have staff explore the idea of placin g the si g ns on the mast arms. City discovers same tenant at Sombrero BeachMARATHONCates wants to move KOTS to 24-hourOn Tuesday Mayor Crai g Cates will pitch a plan that, if adopted by his collea g ues on the Key West City Commission, would mark a sea chan g e in the nature of homeless services available in the Southernmost City. Cates wants to relocate the city's Keys Overni g ht Temporary Shelter from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office to the former Easter Seals buildin g and keep the center open 24 hours a day. The temporary shelter now operates from sundown to sunup and services about 140 homeless men and women each ni g ht. Specifically Cates will put to the commission a resolution directin g city staff, "to proceed immediately with the plannin g desi g n and prog rammin g of operations for a new shelter for the temporary housin g and rehabilitation of the city's and county's homeless population." Cates, durin g a Friday interview, said he expects the item to be approved when it's heard on Tuesday durin g a meetin g set to be g in at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall on Greene Street. Since Cates was elected in 2009, he has championed a number of ordinances desi g ned to decrease the homeless population, includin g tou g her re g ulations on open containers, panhandlin g and sleepin g or campin g in public. "That was for the ones causin g problems," Cates said of the laws, "and now we're g oin g to address the ones that want help." He envisions the new facility at 5220 Colle g e Rd. as offerin g the same services as KOTS in terms of sleep and shower facilities, as well as providin g counselin g food service, stora g e lockers and access to social services that would, amon g other thin gs, help homeless people g et state-issued identification and contact family members. "Nothin g real fancy, just the basic necessities is what we're tryin g to g ive these people and also the opportunity to better themselves." The Keys'homeless population is at a ten-year low, accordin g to statistics kept by the Southernmost Homeless Assistance Lea g ue. In 2011, there were 443 homeless people countywide with 246 in Key West; that's markedly down from the 2002 countywide number of 2,151. He said he planned to reach out to Monroe County, the Sheriff's Office and Lower Keys Medical Center to help with fundin g "This has been a lon g time comin g ," Cates said. "We'd be able to have everythin g in one place."Easter Seals building eyed for homeless KEY WESTCity approves zonin g chan g e for Crystal CoveAdd another developer to the list of those lookin g to cash in on the city of Marathon's newfound wealth of hotel room allocations. Marvin Rappaport, owner of the former Crystal Cove Resort, has desi g ns on buildin g a 113-room Marriott Residence Inn on his 7.3acre lot near mile marker 50. The City Council on Tuesday g ranted Rappaport a zonin g chan g e from residential medium to mixeduse commercial that could allow him to do so. Rappaport's development a g reement and conditional use amendments were also approved, but Plannin g Director Geor g e Garrett told the Keynoter that approval is conditional on the state Department of Economic Opportunity si g nin g off on the zonin g chan g e. "It's contin g ent on the approval that [the zonin g chan g e] has to succeed. When he does, I can turn in the zonin g amendment, which will g o quickly," Garrett said. But Rappaport has more hurdles to climb than other developers hopin g to be awarded a portion of the 100 hotel units g ranted by the state Cabinet in January. They were g iven in reco g nition of Marathon's nearly completed citywide sewer system. Rappaport's property has just 30 transient units already on site, accordin g to city records. He shut down the 26-unit property in September 2011 to prepare for redevelopment. The city council approved a four-to-one ratio for dolin g out the 100 units, meanin g that a project could receive only one unit for every four in hand. He's eli g ible for seven units under that rule, but there is no g uarantee they would be awarded. That means Rappaport would still have to come up with 76 units to be able to build the 113-room hotel. Other projects, such as Faro Blanco Resort, Courtyard by Marriott and Tranquility Bay Resort have enou g h units to move forward. Developer Ro g er Masters was g ranted an amend-ed development a g reement in October for a proposed 95-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel near mile marker 48.Owner hopes to develop 113-unit motelMARATHONBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com

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Opinion & EditorialSaturday,December 1,2012 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 individual are welcome.Space does not permit publi cation 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 m ay be reached if there are questions about your Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . .Editor Kathie Bryan . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. Photo by J.Ellsworth Gross,Florida State ArchivesBetween 1890 and 1910,residents of Key West could enjoy public transit via horse-drawn street cars.Note the curtains to shield passengers from sun and rain.In those days,women especially tried to avoid too much sun and parasols were commonly seen on streets and sidewalks as protection from ol'sol.CELEBRATING OUR PAST EDITORIAL$10,000 gimmicks won't solve problemLETTERS TO THE EDITORWeather Awareness contestThe Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) and the Florida Chapters of the American Red Cross announce the 2013 Severe Weather Awareness Week. This annual campaign provides an opportunity for teachers to educate students on the importance of being prepared in the event of severe weather. The 2013 Severe Weather Awareness Week in Florida will be Monday, Feb. 11, through Friday, Feb. 15, 2013. In the 13th year of the program, the Florida Severe Weather Awareness Week is a reminder of the importance of preparedness yearround for all Floridians. The partnership between the Division and the American Red Cross Chapters throughout Florida is the perfect opportunity to promote a culture of preparedness across Florida. When you educate students on preparedness they get excited and share with their families and they grow up to be prepared. Severe Weather Awareness Week includes a poster contest for Florida's elementary school students and a video public service announcement (PSA) contest for Florida's middle and high school students. This year, the poster contest will include seven winners selected from across the state. One winner each from middle and high school will be selected for the video PSAcontest. The poster contest is open to all elementary school students in Florida, including private and charter schools and those enrolled in homeschool programs. Posters should feature what severe weather in Florida means to the student. Poster submissions must be postmarked by January 18, 2013 and sent to the Capitol Area Chapter of the Red Cross in Tallahassee. Winners for the contest will be announced Friday, February 1. Details on the contest canbe found at www.FloridaDisaster .org/swaw The video PSAcontest is open to all Florida middle and high school students. Entries should be a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) that incorporates a safety or preparedness message relating to the following "Know Your Zone" topics: Flood Zone, Evacuation Zone, or Storm Surge Zone. The winning video will be professionally re-produced for broadcast use by the Division of Emergency Management in statewide public awareness campaigns. Final digital videos should be submitted via the FDEM Video Portal at www.KidsGetA Plan.com. All entries must be uploaded by January 18, 2013. Winning entries will be announced Friday, February 1. For complete poster and video PSA contest rules and topic information, go to www.FloridaDisaster.org/SWAW or www.KidsGetAPlan.com Visit www.FloridaDisaster.org Bryan W. Koon FDEM Director TallahasseeFreshmen appreciativeOnce again, our community has pulled through for us. The freshman class of Coral Shores High School would like to extend a big thank-you to all who helped with our homecoming events. For our float, we thank Guy's Towing and Virgil Rizzo for the use of their favorite flatbed truck. Virgil not only drove it but waited until halftime of the football game to drive it around the track. Al's Carpet supplied the indoor/outdoor carpet that was the grass for our float. Forest Tek Lumber supplied the lumber and supplies. Artistic Designs of the Keys Sign Co. cut the plywood and painted. We are forever grateful to Craig Lindback for the use of his yard while we decorated the float, and for the use of his house and snacks and drinks. We thank the Category 3 restaurant for chicken on a stick, Mrs. Boni McClung and Vanessa her daughter for chocolate-covered marshmallows, Charlea Johnson for face-painting, Mrs. Haddad for overseeing the booth and Mrs. Johnson, our class sponsor. Zoe Johnson, Jack Haddad Emma Bellion, Natalie Bevis Coral Shores High TavernierThanks Conch ScrambleAutism Society of the Keys and The Florida Keys Foster Adoption Parents Association would like to extend our deepest appreciation to the Conch Scramble Board Members for selecting us as their beneficiaries this year. We were overwhelmed by the commitment of the board, the support of the community and the money raised. Thank you to Postcard Inn for once again hosting the awards ceremony at their resort as well as Mangrove Mikes for donating the amazing barbeque. We would like to send another big thank to Mr. and Mrs. Byrnes for hosting the party of the year at their beautiful estate in Islamorada. It's not often you can ask a family to host this large of an event at their home and they graciously not only let you, but get involved, play and donate. I have always loved our community. We are small but gather and support each other in such a mighty way. We hope to help many families in need with this blessing. This event was so successful and it's all because of you...the board, the volunteers, players, and every business that sponsored and donated. We can't thank all of you enough, God bless. Craig Campbell Autism Society of the KeysSix years of budget cuts hurt state community colleges, studentsIt's hard to argue with Gov. Rick Scott's challenge to Florida's four-year colleges and community colleges to create $10,000 four-year degrees in areas that virtually guarantee a job after graduation. Making higher education affordable so that students aren't strapped with loans after graduation is a laudable goal. But here's the rub: Florida's colleges and universities already are among the cheapest in the nation they're not the for-profit colleges causing much of the problem nationally for students overwhelmed by loans. And here's the insult: For the past six years the state has cut funding for state colleges to perilous levels, and this past legislative session the governor supported whacking $300 million from the state university system, which runs separately from state colleges. Plus, Gov. Scott has opposed raising fees at state universities as they try to counter budget cuts. Yet a task force he appointed on higher education reform recently recommended that Florida's 12 universities be able to increase tuition under certain circumstances. The governor began his public relations sweep in central Florida on Monday to hype his proposal, which would amount to cutting tuition and fees by almost one-third at stellar nationally renowned schools like Miami Dade College. "As I travel the state, families tell me that they care about three things: getting a good job, a quality education and enjoying a low cost of living," the governor said at the Clearwater campus of St. Petersburg College. He's right. Floridians have also told pollsters they want the state to invest in education not gut it. Indeed, the goal of a $10,000 degree might well be attainable if the Florida Legislature returns to previous public funding levels for higher education now that the state's economy is turning around and revenues are increasing so that there won't be a budget deficit going into next year's session. But if the governor plans to cut public funding some more and push for lower tuition rates, something will have to give, and that something will be quality. Already, Florida colleges and universities are among the most affordable, and there has been a brain drain of top professors in their fields leaving for other states that pay them more. Florida Board of Education member Roberto "Bob" Martinez of Miami noted in a letter to the governor last week that Scott's proposal "will be perceived as a gimmick pretending to be a policy used as a sound bite, and merely copying the plan announced last year by Gov. Perry of Texas." Mr. Martinez, a Republican appointee, is telling it straight. Reducing the burden on the families of college students is an important goal, but this proposal, even if it can be achieved in limited academic areas, would not help most students. Florida needs to invest in education spending. As it is, the $10,000 price tag for a college education was achievable as recently as the 2009-10 academic year. But with successive cuts from Tallahassee, state colleges have been forced to raise tuition to keep their programs going. Let's get serious about education by investing in our students. The Miami HeraldFlorida eyes economics of gamefishStrictly speaking, no game fish swim in Florida Keys waters or in any salt water off the state's coastlines. Tarpon, snook, bonefish and other species generally considered game fish certainly can be caught in the Keys, widely proclaimed as "sportfishing capital of the world." But Florida does not yet legally recognize a distinction as "game fish" for saltwater species. That could soon change. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will consider a rule Wednesday that could establish a game fish designation for saltwater, and an even more protective class as an economically important "sport fish." "At the moment, there is no such thing as a saltwater game fish in Florida's regulations," Aaron Adams, executive director of the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust organization, said Thursday. "There are species that are protected against commercial harvest or commercial sale, but they are not designated as game fish," Adams said. As proposed by FWC staff, fish eventually designated as game fish would be protected against commercial harvest, but recreational anglers could take a limited number. Snook, spotted sea trout and red drum were examples of food fish cited by FWC staff as potential game fish candidates. Some states do officially recognize game fish. The Florida sportfish designation would be considered for "elite" species like tarpon and bonefish, prized by anglers who open their wallets for the privilege of seeking the wily, hard-fighting fish. For a species designated as sport fish, the fishery would be "catch-and-release only, including no recreational harvest as well as no commercial harvest, possession or sale," says an FWC summary. "Sport fish could be targeted by hook and line only." The game fish and sport fish rule, on the agenda for the FWC's board meeting Wednesday in Apalachicola, would go to final hearing in February. The rule does not list species to be covered. That would follow on a speciesby-species basis. "Reasons for considering these changes include helping to highlight and protect some of Florida's premier recreational fish," said FWC spokeswoman Amanda Nalley, "and encouraging anglers to practice voluntary conservation practices such as catch-and-release." The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, based in the Keys, supports the proposal to protect valuable fisheries, and encourage new methods of assessing a species' population health. "It would help Florida's tourism marketing for sure," Adams said. "Areas like Belize and the Bahamas that compete with Florida for traveling anglers all have a game fish designation for species like tarpon, bonefish and trout." An FWC report says, "A recent study by scientists at the University of Miami estimated the value of a single bonefish in the Florida Keys to be $3,500 each year." To explain the proposal and take public comment, the FWC will hold two online events from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 10 and 12. To participate, go online to: http://fwc.adobecon nect.com/mfm/ at the start of each meeting.FWC considers rule changes at Wed.meetingON THE WATERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comStabbing suspect surrendersA33-year-old Islamorada man wanted in connection with a stabbing late Tuesday has surrendered to law enforcement authorities in Miami-Dade. Alexander Flores told police he stabbed his ex-girlfriend after breaking into her house, which is located at 81979 Old Highway, Plantation Key. The victim was airlifted to the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami on Tuesday. Her condition is now listed as stable. Monroe County Sheriff's detectives drove to Miami Wednesday and picked up Flores, who was charged with aggravated battery, burglary, criminal mischief and resisting arrest. He's been booked into the Monroe County jail. The arrest report says Flores entered the victim's bedroom and stabbed her in the chest. Flores reportedly told police he became angry when he learned his ex-girlfriend was seeing someone else. He also told police he got drunk, broke into her house and attacked the victim. The 33-year-old Plantation Key woman told police that Flores held the knife to her throat after the stabbing and forced her to leave the house with him. As they walked out the door, a friend of the victim was outside and Flores ran northbound on the old highway. The friend then drove the victim to Mariner's Hospital, where she was later airlifted for treatment at Ryder Trauma Center in Miami. Charged in Plantation Key attackCRIME

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Saturday,December 1,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com Business MARKETPLACE RECENT REAL ESTATE SALESSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 166 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period November 18, 2012 November 24, 2012. Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling Office, AddressListedSoldListedListing AgentSelling Agent Big Coppit Key 11 El Monte Ln. (*)$95,000$65,000163SBX Commercial R.E./Jeffrey Searcy SBX Commercial R.E./R. Wnukowski, B. MartinBig Pine Key 29030 Marigold Dr.$129,000$113,000563Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Patti NicklessAmerican Caribbean R.E./Sandra Tuttle 31046 Avenue C$144,500$143,330155Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Kathleen GomezExit Realty Fl. Keys/Derrick Johnson 29036 Magnolia Dr.$379,000$350,000125Keller Williams Realty Premier/John NazzaroColdwell Banker Schmitt/Patti Nickless 31128 Avenue G$128,000$110,00099A Key Real Estate/B. Martin, R. WnukowskiA Key Real Estate/B. Martin, R. Wnukowski 31536 Avenue C$80,000$75,0001Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Derek NormanCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Derek NormanCudjoe Key 22882 Buccaneer Ln.$359,000$330,000255Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Diane CorlissColdwell Banker Schmitt/Diane Corliss 701 Spanish Moss Dr. (*)$199,900$194,00044Waterfront Keys Realty/Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerGeiger Key 108 Star Ln.$229,000$200,000264Hawks Cay Resort Sales/Margaret CrowleyHawks Cay Resort Sales/Margaret CrowleyKey Colony Beach 470 10th St.$799,000$610,0001060Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Marcy ReedOutside of MLS 22 Sadowski$364,900$351,000270Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Samuel WilliamsCoco Plum R.E./Shannon Butler 1101 Ocean Dr.$249,000$230,000251Key Colony Beach Rlty./Roy HaaseIsland Breeze Rlty./Christine Todd YoungKey Largo 0 Garden Cove Rd. (*)$225,000$185,000389RE/MAX Keys Properties/Diana FiddesColdwell Banker Schmitt/Sally Stribling 136 Blue Harbor Dr.$189,000$175,000293Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Lynda GallaherColdwell Banker Schmitt/Alina Davis 47 Seagate Blvd.$447,500$440,000190Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Kathy DenworthMarr Properties/Terry Canto 882 Ellen Dr.$490,000$450,000155Century 21 Schwartz/Sal Livoti, Misty PaceCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty/Robert Skeel Ocean Shores Dr. (*)$49,000$37,50093Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Lucy DoyleShoreline Properties/Karol Marsden Ocean Shores Dr. (*)$49,000$37,50093Century 21 Schwartz Rlty/Lucy DoyleShoreline Properties/Karol Marsden 54 Waterways Dr.$202,000$206,00036Century 21 Schwartz/Loretta LawrenceCentury 21 Schwartz/Loretta Lawrence 12 Swallow Rd.$149,900$150,50028RE/MAX Keys Properties/Chris StanfordCentury 21 Schwartz/Sal LivotiKey West 513 Whitehead St.$2,500$48,000256Prud. Knight & Gardner/ Knight, GardnerPrud. Knight & Gardner/Knight, Gardner 608 Duval St.$16,860$453,600182Prud. Knight & Gardner/ Knight, GardnerRE/MAX Southernmost/Ken Schultz 1970 Roosevelt Blvd.$799,000$750,000 119Doug Mayberry R.E./Keith Bland, Kent DucoteD oug Mayberry R.E./Keith Bland, Kent Ducote 2612 Seidenberg Ave.$284,500$285,00070Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Barbara CrespoConch Realty/Dasha Ray 511 Greene St.$4,325$155,71166Prud. Knight & Gardner/ Knight, GardnerTruman & Co./William Brown 200 Sunset Harbor$13,500$13,50067Sea Winds Rlty./Donald HeislerSea Winds Rlty/Donald Heisler 511 Greene St.$3,868$139,07639Prud. Knight & Gardner/ Knight, GardnerPrud. Knight & Gardner/ Knight, Gardner 3635 Seaside Dr.$217,900$200,00037Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Barbara CrespoKey West Properties/Mike SullivanPlantation Key 138 Palm Ln.$299,000$250,000426Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Bruce HornButtonwood Rlty/Antonio Hernandez 151 Indian Mound Tr.$335,000$315,000205Coldwell Banker Schmitt/J. Keller, C. PorterShoreline Properties/Natalia BoblittRamrod Key 27240 Brown Dr.$250,000$245,000246Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Fred MullinsInternet Rlty. of the Fl. Keys/Nate Meyer 27240 Brown Dr.$250,000$245,000246Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Fred MullinsInternet Rlty. of the Fl.Keys/Nate MeyerSummerland Key 118 Shore Dr.$295,000$295,00049American Caribbean R.E./Kate MudgeC oldwell Banker Schmitt/Fred, Donna MullinsUpper Matecumbe Key 83201 Old Hwy.$499,000$470,000272American Caribbean/B. Belian, Joy MartinOcean Sotheby's Intern'tl. Rlty/Bill HartWindley Key 105 Anglers Way$459,000$420,000156Century 21 All Keys/Daniel SanchezC oldwell Banker/Margo, Brett Newman (*) Vacant land State ranks near bottom forbest run'How's Florida doing? You'd think we would know the status of our own state, but it's not so easy to pin down. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney thought Florida was struggling and said so, over and over, when campaigning here earlier this year. Where Romney saw decline, Florida Gov. Rick Scott sees improvement. Who's right? Anew survey called "America's Best and Worst Run States" ranks Florida among the duds, at No. 42 of 50. For the first time, North Dakota is the best run. California is the worst run for the second year in a row, according to the annual ranking done by 24/7 Wall St., a New York-based financial news website. Why did Florida fare so poorly? The numbers tell part of the story. Florida's median household income of $44,299 was 14th lowest nationwide. That 17 of every 100 Floridians lived in poverty ranked the state 17th highest in that shameful category. And unemployment, measured earlier for this survey at 10.5 percent, tied Florida at the sixth highest. To be fair, the state's jobless rate has dropped since then and is a full 2 percentage points lower now at 8.5 percent. However, the jobs created pay less collectively than the jobs that were lost. The survey gets more interesting in its commentary about Florida's ongoing economic overdependence on a real estate market marred by a multiyear drop in home values and high foreclosure rates. "Florida was easily the state most affected on the east coast by the housing collapse," the survey stated. As of 2011, 15.6 percent of Florida's gross domestic product (GDP) came from real estate, more than all but two states. Last year, Florida's GDPgrew by just 0.5 percent. That's just a third of national GDPgrowth. And though the state is expected to have a budget surplus in 2012, those gains will "not be enough to restore funding to some of the areas that have seen major budget cuts during the recession, such as education, roads, and environmental programs," the survey noted. Florida fell between No. 41 Louisiana and No. 43 South Carolina. The "best run" states, clustered mostly in the upper Midwest and the West, shared certain characteristics. They all have well-managed budgets. Each of the top 10 has a perfect or near-perfect credit rating from Standard & Poor's, Moody's, or both. Also, there is a "strong correlation," the survey found, between well-educated populations and generally well-managed states. Of the 10 bestscoring states, nine have among the highest percentages of adults with high school diplomas. The "worst run" states were scattered, from New Jersey and Rhode Island in the East, Illinois in the middle and Arizona and California out West. Of the 10 worst-ranked states, only three received top scores from S&Por Moody's, and none from both. Poor-ranked states tend to have high debt relative to both income and expenditure. Bottom line? States often bask in the glory or battle the poor perceptions of surveys. For Florida, this survey seems right on target. Too much dependence on real estate? You bet. A desperate need to raise the educational bar? No question. Sounds like worthwhile New Year's resolutions to me.Pay,education factors hurt Florida's ratingBy ROBERT TRIGAUXTimes Business Columnist FLORIDACitizens Insurancepresident admits dumb'mistakeCitizens Property Insurance Corp. President Barry Gilway said Tuesday he made a "dumb decision" in how he went about abolishing the firm's Office of Corporate Integrity earlier this year. Gilway conceded it was a mistake to do away with the office in the midst of an attorney general's investigation into alleged travel expense irregularities. He said he should first have taken action against underperforming employees in the office. "Dumb decision? Yes," Gilway told members of the insurer's governing board. "My decision? Yes." Gilway was hired less than six months ago after four decades in the private sector as an insurance executive. He said a number of needed safeguards were not in place at Citizens between 2004 and earlier this year, including no written policy on severance agreements. He quickly ran up against politicians, who have tried, albeit without much success, for a decade to make improvements at Citizens, which has ballooned into the state's largest property insurer with 1.4 million customers. Gov. Rick Scott ordered an investigation last month to review Citizens'decision to fire four employees responsible for finding wrongdoing in the agency after reports of lavish travel expenses some executives. Gilway wants to significantly reduce the Citizens'customer base to improve its ability to pay claims in the aftermath of a catastrophic hurricane or series of storms. It was created a decade ago as the "insurer of last resort" to provide property insurance for business and home owners who could not otherwise find affordable coverage in the private market. Much of its business is in the high-risk coastal areas of Florida that are prone to hurricane damage. Gilway also said problems at the state-backed insurer have been greatly exaggerated in some reports and that the actions of a few shouldn't tarnish all 1,300 employees at the company who are doing a good job. "We will win back the credibility of this company in the eyes of the public, but I call upon the press to help us do that by reporting on us responsibly and accurately and to give us a little leeway," board chairman Carlos Lacasa said.Abolished office that policed internal affairsAssociated PressWINDSTORM INSURANCEMany employees may find more choices aheadFor some American workers, picking the right health insurance is becoming more like hunting for the perfect business suit: It takes some shopping around to find a good fit and avoid sticker shock. In a major shift in employer-sponsored health insurance coverage, companies such as Sears Holdings Corp. and Darden Restaurants Inc. are giving employees a fixed amount of money and allowing them to choose their own coverage based on their individual needs. The approach, called defined contribution health insurance, contrasts to the decades-old practice by most U.S. employers of offering workers a onesize-fits-all plan with benefits they may not want. It also means American workers who've grown accustomed to having their benefits chosen for them could wind up with bigger bills and inadequate coverage if they don't choose wisely. "It's a big, big change in the nature of what it means to have health insurance," says David Cutler, a Harvard University economist. Until now, defined contribution health insurance plans have been largely limited to small businesses and retirees. But more employers are considering them as a way to control their rising health care costs. After all, the average annual premium or cost for insurance coverage for an employersponsored family health plan has almost doubled in the past decade to nearly $16,000, according to the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation. And companies generally foot at least 70 percent of that bill. But now the plans are catching on. Benefits consultant Mercer found that 45 percent of the 2,809 employers it surveyed earlier this year are either using or are considering a defined contribution approach. As a result, insurers and benefits companies are rolling out online exchanges where workers can buy insurance coverage roughly similar to how they buy plane tickets on travel websites. The private sites are similar to the public online exchanges that will enable people to buy insurance starting late next year as part of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Aon Hewitt, a benefits consulting giant, expects 200,000 people to enroll this fall in coverage offered through its online exchange. Darden, which operates the Red Lobster and Olive Garden chains, and Sears are offering their defined contribution plans through Aon's exchange site. WellPoint Inc., the nation's second-largest health insurer that runs Blue Cross Blue Shield plans in several states, plans to debut its exchange next year. The insurer has an ownership stake in Bloom Health, a Minnesota company that expects the number of people covered by plans through its exchange to more than triple to about 100,000 people next year.More choicesDefined contribution health programs can differ greatly from the typical coverage offered by U.S. employers. Most coverage that companies currently offer gives employees the option of one plan or maybe two. With defined contribution plans, the company gives the employee a set contribution toward coverage, and the worker then picks the plan. That may involve choosing from among a few plans the employer offers or using an exchange to sort through dozens of choices offered by several insurers. The employer's contribution may cover the entire premium or a smaller slice of it, depending on the coverage that the worker choses. Ayoung, healthy, single worker, for instance, may pick a plan that balances a smaller premium with a higher deductible, which is the annual out-of-pocket amount a patient pays before most of his or her coverage kicks in. The plans are an attractive option for companies that want more predictable health care costs or more choices for their workers. Neither Sears nor Darden would say how much they're planning to give employees so that they can buy health insurance. Sears, the Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based retail chain, said 90,000 of its employees will be eligible for its new approach, and they will have 15 choices for health insurance instead of about 4. Darden, which has 45,000 full-time employees, said its workers will be able to go online and pick from five medical plans, four dental plans and three that provide vision coverage. The Orlando, Fla., company had previously just offered one health insurance plan. The company said that the sum Darden will give workers to cover costs for their insurance will rise as health care costs climb. Ultimately, it said workers will have about the same out-of-pocket costs that they currently have for about the same level of coverage but they'll have more flexibility. "One of the things (employees) asked for was more choice in their health care," says Ron DeFeo, a spokesman for Darden. "As we looked for a way to do it, this was the best option."But,making smart choices more criticalBy TOM MURPHY Associated PressHEALTH INSURANCE Rank Best-run 1.North Dakota 2.Wyoming 3.Nebraska 4.Utah 5.IowaWorst-run42.Florida 46.New Jersey 47.Arizona 48.Illinois 49.Rhode Island 50.CaliforniaSource: 24/7 Wall St. KEYSNET.COM Call Classifieds:743-5551

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8A Saturday,December 1,2012 RSVP (305) 247-0446 or online at www.ThePalace.org/events If youre a Wartime Veteran or a Surviving Spouse of a Veteran AND in need of Assisted Living, you may be entitled to $1,056 $1,644 per month from the V.A. A representative from Government Bene“ts Analysts, Inc. will be speaking about the Aid & Attendance Program and how it may bene“t you. Learn how to apply and see if you qualify for this program. is is a discussion you cant aord to miss.Friday, December 7that 12:00 pmHoliday Inn Key LargoAfrican Queen Room 99701 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, Florida 33037 Cain ll Wartime& urvivin Spouses A complimentary lunch will be served. K.A.I.R. gets largest allocationKeys Area Interdenominational Resources and Independence Cay Inc. received over one-third of the annual city of Marathon allocation to local nonprofit organizations announced Thursday. The five Marathon City Council members rank and dole out the $90,000 each year. It is never an easy task, as the amounts requested are always well in excess of the available funding. The total fiscal year 2012-13 funding request by 18 organizations was $173,688. The council was slated to finalize choices at Tuesday's regular meeting, but delayed awards by two days. The tendency in recent years has been for the council to lean toward childcare facilities or--organizations that cater to needy residents. This year was no different. KAIR was the top recipient at $17,060, while Independence Cay received $16,100. Both provide food and/or shelter to Middle Keys residents in need. Grace Jones Day Care Center was the next highest recipient at $8,900, followed by Kreative Kids Christian Academy at $7,100. Following are the remaining allocations: Rural Health Network, $5,700 The Education Coalition for Monroe County, $5,400 Marathon Recreation Center, $4,600 Domestic Abuse Shelter, $4,200 Heron Peacock Supported Living, $3,500 Habitat For Humanity of the Middle Keys, $3,200 Literacy Volunteers, $2,740 Marathon Wild Bird Center, $2,500 Guidance Care Center Inc., $2,200 Be The Change of the Florida Keys, $1,900 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church, $1,650 Zonta Club of Marathon Foundation Inc., $1,400 Friends of Old Seven, $1,100 Forgotten Felines, $750City's non-profit fund at $90,000; charities competeMARATHONNew drug court construction about to beginSome major changes are in the works for the Freeman Justice Center in Key West, with construction on a new drug court about to start and a planned lobby expansion nearly set to open for bids. The drug court is being moved from the adjacent Jefferson Browne Courthouse on Whitehead Street to the $18.1 million Freeman Justice Center, which opened in 2008. That work will take around six months and has closed the section of Thomas Street that runs behind the courthouse. The contractor is Sarasota-based D.L. Porter Constructors Inc. When the Freeman Justice Center opened, it immediately became apparent that the lobby and security screening area were not large enough to accommodate influxes of potential jurors-often 50 to 100 people-causing lines out into the parking lot. Monroe County staffers are working on a pre-bid package that's set to be released to potential contractors in the next few weeks. The 52,000 square foot Freeman Justice Center was originally conceived in the early 1990s and at the time expected to cost around $4 million. After around 15 years of construction, the 2005 firing of architect Jose Gonzalez and litigation with contractor Tower Group, the final price tag came in at more than four times the original estimate. The building is named for Shirley and Billy Freeman. Shirley is a former county commissioner and Billy was a long-serving Keys sheriff. He also has the Cudjoe Key Sheriff's Office substation named after him.Bids sought for lobby expansionCOURTS Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYDuring a planned six months of construction,the portion of Thomas Street behind Key West's Freeman Justice Center will be closed to make way for the construction of a new drug court in the building.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comyears been located in trailers at the 10-acre cityowned events field lot between 98th and 99th streets along U.S. 1. It will remain in trailers for at least another few. In June 2011, the council approved a three-year lease with Williams Scotsman Inc. for 10 trailers. The rent is $4,750 per month, or $57,000 annually. The alternative at the time was a two-year lease at $63,000 per year. The city signed a two-year extension in 2009 at that price for the trailers. City Manager Roger Hernstadt provided the council with preliminary renderings and floor plans on Nov. 13. Biltmore Construction did them at no cost. The proposed building is roughly 12,500 square feet, with a council meeting room, offices, community rooms and around 4,500 square feet of outdoor deck space. The projected budget is $5 million, funding for which would be obtained through a 20-year loan at about 2.5 percent interest. Councilman Dick Ramsay brought up the idea for a Public Works building at the Nov. 13 meeting. He showed numerous photos of expensive equipment sitting at the 104th Street lot in disrepair, with flat tires and rust damage. The Jan. 17 meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the fire station at FloridaProjected budget $5 millionFrom City Hall,1A By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com City Hall trailers cost $57,000 a year.

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,DECEMBER 1,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Songwriter Dan Bern,singer,songwriter,performer comes to Islamorada's Founders Park Wednesday for a free concert sponsored by ICE.Story, 3B Gift giving? Conch Style's Leah Maki tackles that every-year toughie:What to get the girl who has everything? Story, 3B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Anderson sparks late-game surgeDown by 10 points with one quarter to go, Coral Shores boys basketball Hurricanes needed only two minutes Tuesday to roar back and even the score.The late-game surge continued into overtime, with the Canes overtaking Miami Country Day, 78-71, for their first victory of the season."We got the monkey off our backs," said Bruce Teachey, logging his firstever win as varsity head coach. "Now our guys know they can compete with these Miami and district teams."Coral Shores (1-1) finished overtime with two key starters, leading scorer Alberto Anderson (21 points) and forward Terrell Taylor (seven points), fouled out. Center Will Ismer and point guard Addison DumaKenny both were playing with four fouls at the final buzzer.But the Canes limited Country Day (1-1) to just five points, all on free throws, in the four-minute overtime. Coral Shores'Demond Scott (10 points) nailed two overtime field goals, one off a perfect Duma-Kenny assist. Darren Govan tossed in a one-handed jumper in OT, and Ismer closed out his strong 18point game with a bucket to put the Canes up by seven with just 1:40 left.Richard Jacobson and Taylor each connected on two free throws in the fifth period."These guys really have been working hard," Teachey said. "They seemed to give up a little at the end of the third quarter. I got on them about that, and they came back strong and weren't going to be denied." Anderson sparked the comeback at the start of the fourth, scoring four of the Canes'six field goals in the fourth, along with three free throws. He netted 19 points in the final two quarters when regulation ended in a 66-66 tie. The sharpshooting Spar-Hurricanes top Miami squad in 78-71 thrillerCORAL SHORES BASKETBALLKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores'Darren Govan (right) stretches to beat a Miami Country Day Spartan to a loose ball in the Hurricanes' 78-71 overtime win over Miami Country Day on Tuesday.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Freshman Conch kicks winning goalIt was halftime beneath a milky sky, with a chill wind picking up late Wednesday afternoon at Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium. The Key West High girls soccer team led Mater Academy, 1-0 but would a goal by the littlest Conch stand up? As it turned out, it would but at the time Coach Scott Paul didn't think so. After some technical talk about "diagonal runs," he stood before his players their excited chattering having ceased and added, "We're going to need more than one goal.""We need a three-nothing," he went on. "I want physical, clean play. You've got to put a body on someone."The first half, after a slow start during which neither team threatened to score, ended up being one of missed opportunities. Mater's Arianna Lopez, a scurrying freshman who proved to be a handful, rocketed a shot that Conch freshman keeper Gabby Pozzi snatched. The Conchs'Adriana Garcia soon lofted a perfect corner kick, but no one was at the back post to convert it into a score. But seconds later, the littlest Conch, a speedy midfielder namedLady Conchs next face S. Fort Myers By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCER ISLAND CHRISTIANLady Eagles play Westwood TuesdayAstrong defensive game kept Island Christian's soccer Lady Eagles close but that was not enough to upset visiting Palmer Trinity in a Tuesday home game. Palmer (2-5) took the 4-1 win over the Eagles (0-5). Katie Panskyy, a senior playing her first year as goalie, made a stunning 28 saves against the Lady Falcons, a Class 3Ateam. "The girls played much better than in the past when playing Palmer," said ICS head coach Sheryl Yost. "All the girls did a good job. We're glad to have been more evenly matched." Monica Kohlhofer and Sara DeLong played good field defense in front of the ICS net, with Kirsten Tangen aiding the defense from her midfielder's spot. Island Christian spent most of the match on their end of the field with just three shots at the Falcon net.Boys basketball match today at home vs.ColonialKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWIsland Christian sophomore Lindsay Bean (left) takes the ball away from a Palmer Trinity attacker in a Tuesday game at ICS.Palmer won,4-1,despite a strong defensive effort by the Lady Eagles.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee Conchs,2BSee Eagles,2BKey West Duals open todayIt didn't take Chase Kelley, a muscular transfer from White Lake, Mich., a suburb of Detroit, to learn what wrestling is about at Key West High School. "It's intense long practices, more conditioning," he said before a practice this week. "This team is serious about wrestling." Kelley, a 182-pound senior, will make his debut today when the Conchs open the season with the Key West Duals at the Bobby Menendez Gym. Coral Shores, Doral Academy, Boca Raton, American Heritage-Delray Beach and Archbishop Curley will also be on hand for the matches, which begin at 10 a.m. and run late into the afternoon. Kelley has already made an impression with coach Chaz Jimenez, who calls him "a great kid respectful and talented." The Conchs are coming off one of their greatest seasons five wrestlers went to the state tournament and one of them, Max Llama, became the second state champion (joining Ralph Major) in school history.Llama and five other seniors are gone, but Jimenez believes the program is at the point where, season after season, it doesn't miss a beat.Returning at 106 pounds is junior Angelo Guieb, who actually weighs 106 after wrestling at about 95 as a fan favorite for two seasons. "He's ranked number two in the state," Jimenez said. "He probably had 100 off-season matches and he went to two national tournaments." By weight division, here's how the other Conchs shape up:120 Trey Brisley is a hard-working senior who is in only his second year of wrestling and who, Jimenez said, "has improved a ton."132 Tyler Jones is aSix-school matchups begin at 10 a.m.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST WRESTLINGSee Hurricanes,2BSee Wrestling,2B

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,December 1,2012 L.A.Times crossword puzzle HEARD DOWN UNDERŽSolution in the classifieds ACROSS 1Not as risky 6Influential collegian,briefly 10Mus.direction in a dramatic passage 15Dalmatian,e.g. 19Where surfers shop 20Sphere opening 21Romney foe 22__ colada 23Arranged pickling solutions on the shelf? 26Breakfast fare27Name on sweet pieces28Deceptive handle 29Memorable Shakespearean trio 31Solstice mo. 32GhostbustersŽgoo 34Like blue cheese 37Cosa __ 38Virginie,e.g. 40Funhouse admission fee? 43Syst.with gestures 44Furrowed 46Patriotic chant47Island S.of 10-Down49Program writer 50Pre-coll.exams 53Place setting items 55__ flakes 58ACLU concerns 60Like leaves 63Drug in Shatner novels 64Roller coaster,e.g. 65Tough call 68Firenzes land70Verb in the classic Mission:ImpossibleŽ opening scene72One in a military march? 73Your shingle work stinks!Že.g.? 76Litigators org. 77Outfit for an outfit 79Official commands 80Biceps band 8213th-century date 83President pro __ 85Uppity sort 86Beach shirt 87Fawlty TowersŽ producer,with theŽ 88Old dagger 90Cognac grade, initially 92Reuben need 96Spanish she-bear98Not really,with onlyŽ101Quiet103Goal for a H.S.dropout105Dont take candy from strangers,Žsay?109Urgent 110Beefeater product 112Algerian port 113Oct.24,1947 declaration 115__ school 116Abby and Marthas poison of choice,in a 1939 play 118Types 120Asian wraps 122Democratic donkey designer123Empty church basket?128Wineglass feature 129Water from France 130City west of Caen 131Reverberations in une grotte 132Mitty portrayer 133Data update mechanisms 134Partings 135Venezia casino winner DOWN 1Sun.speech 2Disaronno Originale product 3King or queen 4Sommer of film 5Like May through August,in a way 6Book flap feature 7My friend abroad 8Long John Silver feature 9__ fan tutteŽ: Mozart opera 10Napoleon Is birthplace 11Sac fly result 12Suffix with Jacob 13Diving duck 14Sausage skin 15Short details? 16Landing with just a toothbrush? 17Infuriates 18Feudal servant 24Dutch pottery city 25St.__:Caribbean island 30Little piggies31Invoice column hdg.33Infuriates 35Pal 36Goes after 39Theater sections 41Conserves 42Like Mary PoppinsŽ 45Maestro Toscanini 48Magicians opening 51Arabic alphabet opener 52Funny Fields 54Topper seen on a mogul 56Hacienda brick 57A beginner in 59Man cave topic 61Onetime Rolex rival 62Find 65Opposable digit66Prevention measure?67Indian chefs series of adventures? 69Choir section71Put in bold type,say74Subtitle of the sequel DamienŽ 75Analogy words 78Trivial lies 81Spoke Siamese? 84__ Park:Edison lab site 89Nuke-testing dept. 91Remain undecided 93Allow me ...Ž 94Deadeye 95Arctic carrier 97Rubes antiŽ 99Opens ones eyes 100Crazed 102Audibly awed 103Southern Baltic Sea port104List of typos and such106Worldwide relief org.107Its common in some camps 108Boot part 111Capisce?Ž 114Many pin tumbler locks 117Shelter from a storm,perhaps 119Airline investigative org. 121Fried __ 124Golfers concern 125Chap 126Stats,e.g. 127CatsŽpoets monogram "HEARD DOWN UNDER Solution in the Dec.5 Keynoter Crossword solutionSolution to the Nov.28 puzzle.transfer from California who's on the team for the first time.138 Cody Pullen returns after going 9-1 last season.145 Andrew Calderwood, ranked fourth in the state, is a senior who was a state qualifier last season.152 John Piraino is a two-time district champion, one of the team leaders.160 No one has yet emerged in this class.170 Uriel Diaz, a football player, wrestled last season and brings experience from summer camps.220 It will be Roberto Val, who is coming off the football season, or Jack Walker.Heavyweight K.C. Sagan brings the toughness he showed as a football lineman.Jimenez, who will be assisted by John Moeller and Brian Flanigan, knows it will be had to duplicate last season's success. "But we can be good," he said.We can be good'From Wrestling,1B Photo by BERT BUDDEChased by two Mater Academy defenders,Key West's 5-foot Julia Passarelli gets set to score the only goal in the Conchs'1-0 victory Wednesday afternoon. Julia Passarelli, who is 5 feet tall, scored to make it 1-0. Pozzi then made a diving stop for another save, caught a long free kick and watched an 18-yard free kick from in front by E'lexus Martin sail high as the half ended. As the second half unfolded, the Conchs missed some more chances. Lauren Schoneck took a pass from Libby Isherwood but hit the post. And Maudia Azard bore down on the keeper but her weak shot was handled easily. "Maudia, that was waste," Paul yelled. "Don't run out of energy when you have a wide-open shot." At the 20 minute water break, Paul said, "We've got to put them away."And the Conchs sparked by defender Selyne Casas did, securing the 1-0 victory after a Mater shot in the last two minutes went wide.The victory stopped a two-game losing streak and improved Key West's record to 3-6. The Conchs will head to Naples for a game Friday night against Barron Collier, then play Saturday afternooon at South Fort Myers.The littlest Conch said her goal was really nothing special: "I just stopped the ball, then kicked it in with my left foot."Asked what it was like to be a starting freshman on the varsity, she said with only a hint of a smile, "Alittle intimidating at first ... but once you get the hang of it ..."Frosh scoresFrom Conchs,1B Alexandra Montagne connected late for the ICS goal. The Lady Eagles travel to Westwood Christian on Tuesday, then take the home field against a solid Westminster Christian team at 4 p.m. Friday.ICS basketballIsland Christian's boys basketball team plays at home at 6 p.m. today, Saturday, Dec. 1, against visiting Colonial Christian, a District 16-2Arival. The Eagles opened the regular varsity season earlier this week against Princeton Christian (results pending at press time). Coach Marcus Martin said the Eagles, while still young, will rely on veterans including Shaka Smith, Dylan Kling, Jeremy Dorn and Chris O'Berry."We don't have a lot of size or depth but I've seen a lot of positive things," Martin said. "I expect to have a pretty decent season and get better as we go along."Calusa Prep visits Islamorada for a 6 p.m. Thursday game against Island Christian. The Eagle junior-varsity squad plays Key Largo School in a 5 p.m. Tuesday game at the ICS Family Life Center gym.6 p.m. game todayFrom Eagles,1B tans hit eight 3-pointers during the game. Country Day relied on Brandon Parizo for 23 of the Spartans'27 points in the first half. "We made some defensive changes at halftime and the guys did a good job on him in the second," Teachey said. Parizo ended with a game-high 30 points. With Coral Shores slowing down Parido, Country Day's Rashard Woodside picked up the pace with 20 points, all in the second half. It wasn't enough. Much of the game was spent at the free-throw line with Coral Shores whistled for 25 fouls and Country Day called for 30. Ascheduled Friday road game at Archbishop Curley was postponed. The Hurricanes stay in Tavernier to play two home games this week, at 7 p.m. Monday against District 164Afoe St. Brendan, and 7 p.m. Friday against Terra School. Junior varsity games on both days start at 5:30 p.m.Lots of foulsFrom Hurricanes,1B Fins tie WestminsterChristianTie games are becoming a common theme this season for the Marathon High School girls soccer team. The Dolphins played to yet another stalemate on Tuesday, this time against District 16 rival Westminster Christian School, 2-2. It was their third tie in just nine games. "They were a very physical team. I don't think we were ready for the physicality of that type of match," coach Cindy Durkin said. The aggressive play must have put the Dolphins off their mark a bit, as they dominated possession but failed to capitalize on numerous opportunities to score. "We had 20 shots in the first half and one went in. We just couldn't get the ball in the back of the net," Durkin said. "I think they started to get frustrated because they had a very good goalie who had some spectacular one-handed saves, but when you have that many shots and can't [score] it gets frustrating." Marathon did score an early goal in the 8th minute, when Savannah Rodamer made a nice throw-in into the 18-yard box. Taylor Konrath fielded the ball about 12 yards out and put it in for a 1-0 lead. The Warriors tied the game in the 21st minute after defender Jesenia De La Cruz went down on an aggressive slide tackle with an ankle injury. Westminster was able to cross the ball into the box and score. Westminster scored again in the 62nd minute to take a 2-1 lead, on a very similar play. This time it was Gaby Ceja was lying on the field, and the Warriors scored off another crossing ball. The Dolphins were awarded a penalty kick in the 75th minute after Konrath was fouled inside the 18-yard box. She converted the penalty kick for her second goal of the game. "We were happy to get the tie at that point. They closed the gap, but we still had a good six to eight opportunities in the second half we couldn't capitalize in," Durkin said. Jasmine De La Cruz returned to the lineup Tuesday from injury.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON SOCCERPhoto courtesy KAREN McKEONMarathon High School's Regan Durkin scans the field as she tracks down a loose ball during a 2-2 tie Tuesday against visiting Westminster Christian School.The Dolphins are now 3-3-3 this season. Lady Dolphins beat Warriors 44-38The Marathon High School girls basketball team pulled off a feat it hasn't done in several seasons a win over a District 16-3A opponent. Coach Leslie Lindsey, working to rebuild a struggling program in recent years, said Tuesday's 44-38 victory over Westminster Christian School is a step in the right direction for the program. "It feels good to get a confidence booster for the girls and starting the district season with a win is good. By the middle of next week we'll have a good idea where we match up against all the district teams," she said, referring to upcoming contests against Florida Christian and Palmer Trinity schools. Marathon's aggressive first-half play led to a number of chances at the free throw line, and the Dolphins made eight of 11 attempts to build a 20-17 halftime lead. "I keep telling them that defense and free throws win games. I'm trying to show them that can be the difference in the final score," Lindsey said. "The second half we came out and were tired and shot poorly from the line, which almost cost us the game. We went on an 18-9 run in the third and in the fourth we held it together."John'Nisha Qualls led the Dolphins with 12 points, followed by Jessica Forest with 10. Gardine Raymond had nine points, Yailin Nieda seven and Amanda Davis five. "Gardine played amazing offensively. She really opened up and penetrated well and drew a lot of fouls," Lindsey said. She made all four attempts at the line in the first half and one of four in the second. Qualls also attempted 10 free throws in the game, as the Dolphins did well to play aggressively and attack the hoop against the Warriors. The Dolphins were scheduled to host Florida Christian School Friday, but results were not available at press time. The team is slated to host Westwood Christian School Saturday at 1 p.m. and travel to Palmer Trinity Tuesday at 6 p.m. By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON BASKETBALLMore on the webFor more Sports coverage,visit www.keysnet.com for these additional articles: Dolphins soccer squad plays Archimedean MondayConchs soccer squad plays Coral Springs at 10 a.m. today (Dec.1)Marathon basketball team visits Palmer Trinity Tuesday (Dec.4)Freeza breaks record in Mariners 5K race

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Saturday,December 1,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Living Apply Now:Call 305-293-6000 Go to KeysFCU.org Visit any Branch ADVERTISE IN THECall Laura at 743-5551 to place your business ad.(Contractors are required to list their license number)FOR AS LOW AS $49.28PER MONTHOver 30,000 circulation weekly from Key West to Key Largo. Publication every Wed. and Sat. and now online at www.keysnet.com EXAMPLE What to get the hard to buy forHoliday shopping for your friends and family can be a difficult task. Especially if you have someone on your list who seemingly already has everything. Luckily, we have so many wonderful boutiques in the Keys that offer an amazing selection of gift items. Below are a few of my favorite finds from around the Keys that would make amazing gifts for the fashionista in your life. Give the gift of relaxation. Every girl would love to spend a night away while getting pampered with her special someone or her girlfriends. Buy a gift certificate for a spa treatment and a night stay at Hawks Cay on Duck Key. Their Calm Waters Spa offers an abundance of spa services including massage, facials, mani pedis, and hair cut, color and styling. In addition, she'll be able to enjoy the whirlpool, dry sauna, and eucalyptus steam room before or after her treatments. For room rates and spa services, go to Hawks Cay.com or call (888) 395-5539. Gallery Morada, 81611 Old Hwy. in Upper Mate-cumbe, is selling the cutest bottle insulators for only $10 that would make great stocking stuffers. Called the Freaker, they insulate every bottle in your home from a wine bottle to a can of diet Coke, keeping it cool or warm. In addition, they're made in the U.S. and are machine washable for easy cleaning and come in a variety of colors and prints perfect for everyone on your list. Give the gift of Chocolate. The Key Largo Chocolate Shop, mile marker 100, bayside, sells the most mouthwatering, handmade truffles that have ever existed, literally. Hand-pick them out at their location, or order them online at KeyLargoChocolates.com and have them shipped directly to your friends and family. My favorites... almond toffee, milk chocolate caramels with sea salt and key lime dark chocolate truffles. They also just started selling boxes of 4 truffles that hook onto a wine bottle and would make a wonderful hostess or host gift for that next holiday party you attend. Want to give a more interactive gift? Key Largo Chocolates offers classes for adults and kids on how to make truffles. The adult classes are served with wine and are a great way to celebrate the holidays with your girlfriends. For more information, call 453.6613. Kiki's Spa and Salon Saige, 89240 Overseas Hwy., Plantation Key, has the most amazing all natural soy candles for just $22.95. Called SOi, this candle is made with soy oil that burns cleaner and longer than traditional candles and doubles as a skin moisturizer. Ecofriendly, biodegradable and available in a variety of scents, including blood orange, amber & sandlewood and my favorite, creme brulee. Stop by or call 852.0011. The Banyan Tree, 81197 Overseas Hwy., in Islamorada is selling Mini Emergency Kit's For Her for only $16. Available in glittery red, green or silver, this mini case would be great for your car or purse. Offering 17 beauty and personal care essentials for the occasions when we don't have access to our beauty tools at home. The kit includes a bandage, safety pin, earring backs, deordorant towelette, dental floss, breath freshener, mending kit, tampon, nail polish remover, stain remover, clear elastics, lip balm, emery board, hair spray, clear nail polish, double sided tape and pain reliever. Help your loved ones avoid near disasters with this adorably handy emergency kit. Did I mention it's sparkly? They're absolutely fabulous. Every Florida Keys girl should own a Lily Pulitzer dress. Their bright patterns and classic shapes can be worn all year-round and the lady in your life will love it. The Key West Lily Pulitzer shop, 600 Front St., Key West, features the iconic dresses, along with women's and kid's clothing and accessories. ALily Pulitzer shift dress is a classic wardrobe staple she will have in her closet forever. Prices range from $88 to $238. Happy holidays and happy shopping. Leah Maki is a fashionobsessed style blogger. More of her fashion advice can be found on her blog, LeahsFabulousFinds.com.Choice options abound at Keys boutiquesCONCH STYLELeah Maki ConchStyle Scented candles made from soy oil are sold at Kiki's Spa and Salon in Plantation Key. Keep your beverages cool in these Freaker wraps available in lots of colors and designs at Gallery Morada on Upper Matecumbe Key.LIVING BRIEFSSinger, songwriter and author, Dan Bern, plays a free concert Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the Capital Bank Amphitheater in Islamorada's Founders Park. Hosted by Islamorada Community Entertainment (ICE), Bern will conduct a songwriters'seminar while in the Village. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. at the park, mile marker 87, bayside, in Islamorada. "Bern is a modern day cross between Bob Dyland and the great folk singer Woody Guthrie," said David Feder, president of ICE. "Bern is an amazing talen, not to be missed." The singer, songwriter has appeared "everywhere from coffee shops to Carnegie Hall." He's written songs for movies and other projects, Feder said, composing more than a dozen songs for the Jake Kasdan/Judd Apatow "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" as well as songs used in the Apatow film, "Get Him to the Greek." For more information, visit the ICE website at: www.keysice.com.State employees raise more money forKeys charities In a matter of hours, employees of the Department of Children & Families raised nearly $2,300 for local non-profit organizations including the United Way of the Florida Keys, the Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens, and Samuels House. "The November event was the fifth annual, and this year the Department of Children & Families' event raised more money for charities than in previous years," said United Way of the Florida Keys President Margie Smith. More than 40 local businesses Keyswide donated raffle prizes to the event, including two-night stays at Hawks Cay Resort, Hilton Key Largo Grande Resort, and the Double Tree Grand Key Resort in Key West. "It is a pleasure and honor to participate in the Florida State Employee Charitable Campaign, helping to fundraise and increase awareness of the outstanding work of our local community partners," said Amy Baldree, program administrator for the Department of Children & Families. Smith said that just a few weeks remain in the annual Florida State Employees'Charitable Campaign. "It's a benefit to state employees because it's no pressure, and limited to a specified time period each year. Employees can choose from a list of hundreds of approved charities with easy payroll deduction," she said. At the Marathon office of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, campaign coordinator Gus Rios reported that employees have signed up for 2013 payroll deductions totaling $1,440. Historically, successful campaigns are also held in the offices of the State Attorney, 16th Circuit Court, Department of Fish & Wildlife, Department of Health, and Florida Highway Patrol, and Smith said she hopes even more agencies will get involved to help their favorite charities. "Any state employees who haven't received their pledge card or would like to organize an event in 2013 to benefit non-profits can contact our office at 735-1929." The United Way of the Florida Keys is an independent, local 501(c)(3) organization that has been supporting Keys community needs for over 30 years. UWFK supports strong working families by funding 18 non-profits Keyswide that provide critical services. Focus areas are access to quality food and early childhood and youth development. "Money raised in the Keys stays in the Keys," Smith added. For more information, call 735-1929 or visit www.keysunitedway .org.DCF,DEP and others make pledgesCOMMUNITY SERVICE Employees of the Department of Children & Families,along with United Way of the Florida Keys directors and staff,celebrate successful 2013 pledge drive. BERNDan Bern performs Dec. 5 in IslamoradaFree concert at Founders hosted by ICE

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,December 1,2012 Historic inns compete for bragging rightsFor a nostalgic look at Christmas, New England towns proudly tout their Yankee heritage, quaint houses with steep roofs, and holiday light displays where each town competes for bragging rights. Well, if cold weathers not your thing, theres another way to enjoy that atmosphere with balmy weather and plenty of other attractions besides decorated Victorian houses. Key West Holiday Historic Inn Tours, Dec. 7 and a second group Dec. 14, offers locals and visitors alike much of the New England experience. After all, the vernacular wooden houses built in Key West by New England ship captains and carpenters represent the largest collection of such houses preserved in one place anywhere in North America. The Key West Innkeepers Association sponsors these annual holiday tours, along with competing in the Key West Chambers Holiday Lights competition. Agroup of nine historic inns will be dressed in magical holiday themes this year. Food and refreshments will be available at each stop on the tour. And, as innkeepers are quick to note, what better way to scope out that future Key West getaway than take one of the holiday tours: Invites comparison of public spaces, grounds, amenities and appointments inside, once you get past the oohs and aahs of the light shows outside. Tickets cost $30 and can be purchased at any of the participating inns. For more information, or to purchase tickets online in advance, visit: www.key westinns.com. Heres the list of decorated inns participating in this years Holiday Historic Inn Tours:Villas Key West Villas Key West consists of renovated 1and 2bedroom vacation villas and suites located at 422 Fleming St., just a half block off Duval Street. This historic Old Town compound was totally renovated in 2007. The villas have all been decorated in a Caribbean style and accented by Key West artist Rick Worths artwork.Wicker Guesthouse The Quiet Oasis in the Heart of Old Town Key West. Family owned and operated since 1984, the Wicker Guesthouse boasts balconies, sundecks, guest kitchens and lounge rooms. Walking distance to beaches. Located at 913 Duval St. in the heart of the Historic District, which has shops, restaurants, galleries and live music venues. Holiday Tours offer trips back in time By LAttitudes StaffKEY WEST Photo by D.Mina FalcianiThe Mermaid & Alligator in the heart of Old Town Key West. Mile Marker 87, Islamorada Founders ParkFree Admission keysice.com Wednesday, Dec. 57:30PMProlific songwriter and mesmerizing performer DAN BERN Phot o: Jon Weinbergdanbern.com Dan Bern strums gorgeous, drop-dead melodies like a demon with his tail on re.Ž „Washington Post Bern makes the kind of American music radio could useƒHes a folky troubadour with a rock-and-roll heart and the all-too-rare skill of combining humor and intelligence.Ž „Baltimore Sun A modern day cross between Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie.Ž „Dave Federpresents See KW Inns,7BStunning visuals make this 'must see'Life of Pi.Ž Rated PG, 127 min. Now playing nationwide. Life of PiŽ is a visually impressive 3D film that contains some of the most beautiful images that youll see on a movie screen this year. The film itself isnt quite as stunning and the tagline the story will make you believe in Godis a promise that is never quite fulfilled. But despite a few shortcomings, the movie is still worth seeing for the visual experience alone. Directed by Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain,Ž Crouching Tiger, Hidden DragonŽ), the screenplay was written by David Magee (Finding Neverland,Ž Miss Pettigrew Lives for A DayŽ) and Yann Martel, the author of the book from which the film is adapted. The central character is a young man named Pi (a nickname humorously shortened from Piscine), who survives a shipwreck that claims his family and most of the other human characters in the film. As Pi climbs aboard a lifeboat he is soon followed by other survivors, including an injured zebra, an orangutan, a hyena and a fearsome tiger named Richard Parker. As the days at sea add up, the list of survivors dwindles until only Pi and the tiger remain. Young Pi realizes that, if he is to live, heLife of Pi expands 3D film making FILM Digital tiger Richard Parker steals the show.Craig Wanous KeysFilm See Wanous,7BArt Key West extravaganzaAcollaborative effort by the Key West Arts community rolls out special gallery shows, readings, music, theatrical stagings and more Dec. 1-2. Called Art! Key West!just so you dont overlook the significance of this event its being organized by members of the Florida Keys Arts Council, Friends of the Library, Key West Garden Club and piggybacking on the Southernmost Citys inaugural Key West Film Festival, Nov. 29-Dec. 2. Sculpture Key West opens this weekend with large-scale works installed at Fort Zachary T aylor Historic State Park. The mix of events, gallery openings and special exhibits is designed to showcase the variety of art venues in Key West, according to organizers. Heres a list of events for Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, the spotlight will shine on the Historic Seaport District with openings at ART@830, Gallery on Greene, Lucky Street Gallery, Key West Art Center, and The Customs House among others. Lucky Street will feature a special clothesline art show in the transformed Sculpture Garden, a live graffiti wall in their back courtyard, and the opening of the season holiday show Celebrate!Ž. Busy schedule for galleries, sculpture,moreKEY WEST See Art KW,7B Irene Stantons Reflections at Frangipani Gallery.

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Saturday,December 1,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. The Met Opera:La Clemenza di Tito (NR):12:55 p.m. Killing Them Softly (R):1:40,4:40,7:40 and 10:15 p.m. Life of Pi 3D (PG):1:10,4:10,7:10 and 10:05 p.m. Rise of the Guardians (PG):4:00,9:50 3D: 1:20,7:20 p.m. The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn 2 (PG-13):1:00,4:00, 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. Skyfall (PG-13):12:50,4:00,7:05 and 10:10p.m. Wreck-it Ralph (PG):10:00 3D: 7:30 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 Key West Film Festival events Friday 11/30Sunday 12/2 For more information and movie listings,go to: http://keywest.festivalgenius.com/2012/scheduleMarathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 Twilight:Breaking Dawn 2 (PG-13):Daily 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.Saturday &-Sunday 2:00p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 Red Dawn (PG-13):2:10,4;45,7:30,9:45* p.m. Rise of the Guardians (PG):1:30,7:10 3D: 4:15,9:30* p.m. The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn 2 (PG-13):1:45,4:25, 7:05,9:40* p.m. Skyfall (PG-13):12:45,3:45,6:45,9:45* p.m. Flight (R):1:00,4:00,7:00,10:00* p.m. Friday/ Saturday only Keys Movie Times 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbtheatres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! SHOWTIMES FOR FRI. 11/30 Thurs. 12/06Red Dawn (PG13) 2:10; 4:45;7:30;9:45 Rise ofthe Guardians (PG) 2D 1:30; 7:10 3D 4:15; 9:30 *Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn part 2 (PG13) 1:45; 4:25; 7:05; 9:40 *Skyfall (PG13) 12:45; 3:45; 6:45; 9:45 *Flight (R) 1:00; 4:00; 7:00; 10:00 Sorry no passes Fri. and Sat. only Call Classifieds:743-5551 TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful Floridas Most Beautiful Women Private Table Dances Available Full Liquor and Food Served til Close Open til 4am Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful Floridas Most Beautiful Women Private Table Dances Available Full Liquor and Food Served til Close Open til 4am Couples Welcome At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort Mile Marker 58,Grassy Key Reservations 289-1554 Credit Cards Accepted The only thing we overlook is the ocean.Open 7 days a week Dinner 4:30 10pm Breakfast 7:30 10am L Attitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Casual, Gour met Dining Sunset DinnersNo w only $13.95INCLUDINGCup of Soup,Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread with Entree7 nights a week(except holidays)Must be seated by 5:30 pm Call For Reservations Rack of Lamb Tender...delicious... A hint of rosemaryRose Lane Villas Nestled on a quiet lanein the heart of Old Town,Rose Lane Villas is easy tofind but difficult to leave,according to the owners.Just steps from Duval, thevillas are located at 522-24Rose Lane, Key West.There are six villas, privatebalconies, porches, a pri-vate pool, parking, andfully equipped kitchens. Oc ean Br eez e Inn Renovated in 1999, this15-room, 1940s-era inn haspoolside rooms with wood-vaulted ceilings, kitchenetteswith refrigerator or fully-equipped kitchen and cottagerooms. One block to SouthBeach and Duval Street.Ocean Breeze Inn is locatedat 625 South St., Key West. Avalon Bed & Breakfast Located at 1317 DuvalSt., Avalon Bed & Breakfastis a beautifully restoredColonial c1885. Offeringromantically appointedrooms featuring privatebathrooms, mini refrigera-tors and canopy net beds. T he Mermaid & the A lliga tor In the heart of Old Town,The Mermaid and TheAlligator, 729 Truman Ave.,Key West, offers a range ofaccommodations from theintimate feel of a tropicalConch Cottage to the ele-gant Caribbean Queen Suitewith four-poster bed, wrap-around veranda and Romansoaking tub. Simonton Court Located in the heart ofHistoric Old Town,Simonton Court is locatedat 320 Simonton St., KeyWest. Caribbean cottages, aVictorian Mansion,restored 1880's Inn, orpoolside suites are part ofthis unusual complex,which boasts nearly twoacres of landscapedgrounds, four swimmingpools and a hot tub. W estwinds An enchanting, tranquilcompound in the heart ofOld Town's historic seaportdistrict just two blocksfrom the waterfront andfour blocks from DuvalStreet. The Westwinds Inn,914 Eaton St., Key West,has gardens, pools andunusual architectural detailsinside and out. Tropical InnFurnished in a fashionthat evokes the Europeancolonial era in the East andWest Indies, the intimateTropical Inn at 812 DuvalSt. boasts a prime DuvalStreet location midwaybetween Mallory Square andthe Atlantic Ocean. Ownersdescribe it as "elegancewithout pretension."Tickets cost $30From KW Inns,6B Knowles House has been on previous Holiday tours. must deal with Richard Parker, one way or another. And thats the heart of the story. Can Pi survive not only a shipwreck, but also being trapped at sea in a small boat with a starving Bengal tiger? In answering that, the ending leaves the viewer with a choice: accept that the tale is true, or believe that its a young boys way of coping with disaster and grief? I realize that sounds vague, but actually its a satisfying way to end the film. Like belief in God, the viewer can decide to believe what he or she chooses to believe. Pi is played by four actors at various stages of his life (almost none of whom will be recognized by U.S. audiences) but most screen time goes to newcomer Suraj Sharma, who actually never intended to audition for the role. He was cast after going with his brother to the casting call and ultimately was chosen for the lead from more than 3,000 who auditioned for the part. For his first (so far) movie, he does an excellent job in a role that couldnt have been easy to play. Sharma spent most of the shoot interacting with a green screen where the tiger would later be electronically inserted. He was never in the boat with a live tiger and most shots of the Bengal tiger were created with high-tech CGI wizardry.About the only scenes of a real tiger are those showing Richard Parker swimming in the ocean. And while the human actors give solid performances, the digital Richard Parker is the real star of the film. The FX team creates a digitized version of a tiger that is virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. Richard Parkers fur, whiskers, eyes and teeth are wonders of the CGI world and the only telltale evidence of any computer involvement is in some of the tigers movement. But the viewer has to be really looking hard to spot that evidence. Some of the visual marvels are a phosphorescent whale breaching right next to the lifeboat, a floating island with its own survival issues, a school of flying fish that seem to attack the survivors and, most amazing of all, the ocean. Lee and his team have fashioned an ocean that shimmers, shines and reflects the amazing life that theyve digitally created above, on and below the waters surface. In one scene angry, in another placid and smooth as a mirror, director Ang Lees CGI ocean breathes life into Life of Pi. On the negative side, the plot device where Pis story is told to a writer is a flaw thats hard to get around: we know from the beginning who survives the drifting lifeboat. But that small flaw aside, the film is visually magnificent eye candy that should be seen on the big screen. So if you do decide to see it, dont wait for Netflix and watch it on your TVtake a trip down to your local theater. Life of Pi may not make you believe in God, but the films stunning imagery makes this one definitely worth the trip.An ocean that shimmers and shinesFrom Wanous,6B Key Accents, Coffee Plantation, and Wet Paint on Duval are all joining in the fun. Andy Thurber will demonstrate relief paintings at the Gallery on Greene from 10 a.m. to noon. Friends of the Library will have a fantastic Art and other books sale, and the Key West Garden Club at Martello will equip you for art in your garden by holding its annual plant sales, featuring specialized displays by garden artists. ART@830 season opening with watercolor artist Christine Cordone and in house artist Tony Gregory will be painting acrylic on canvas in the gallery throughout the day and evening. Saturday night will close with a NightCap Party at The Studios of Key West, with DJ Miss Lucy, late night snacks, cash bar, film projections and a rocking dance floor to round out the night. Sunday afternoon, the sun will shine on Upper Duval with Gallery openings at Archeo, Frangipani, and SoDu Galleries. Hands On will feature special surprises, along with the Island Arts Coop, and Rubies and Clay. Keith Bland will have his Studio open and will present readings of Maureen Aventis poetry by Kristin Larkin, followed by Fringe Theatre Performances. Sunday will close with a Beach Tea Dance at Southernmost Hotel. The Bahama Village Music program will perform a concert Sunday at their home on Fort Street at 1 p.m. Doug Mayberry Real Estate will host an art exhibition. The exhibition is curated by Diane May and Michael Philip called Square Foot Art presents HOME, is a community art event in which Key West local artists and non-artists alike interpret, in a variety of media on a square foot of Masonite, what HOME means to them. The grand opening of the Greatful Guitar will feature Live music by C. W. Colt. Gingerbread Square Gallery opens an exhibition featuring new works for the season including a selection of paintings never before exhibited by Sal Salinero. SoDu Gallery features Sherry Sweet Tewells lastest work inspired by lost love and the journey to recovery. Blueye Images features a group show Isla Colores with Conch & Mallet by Tony Campo. Frangipani Gallery features Irene Stantons powerful and primal abstracts. Keith Bland opens up his studio from noon to 4 p.m. And Wet Paint Gallery will feature original works by local artists Pam Hobbs and David Scott Meier, while Mango Seasons handcrafted jewelry by Jennifer Badry will serve wine and hors doeuvres from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. All schedules and line up are listed at: www.artskey west.comFor more, visit www.artskeywest.comFrom Art KW,6B 1319 Duval Street | Key West, Florida 33040 305-296-6577 | 1-800-354-4455 | www.southernmostresorts.com 20% OFF until December 20th, 2012* HOLID12 TAKE A BREAKfrom the holiday stressat the Southernmost Hotel Collection

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,December 1,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+:Ž CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN Ad # 279130 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 17TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: CACE12-027548 CA 25 ABROMOVITZ INVESTMENT PROPERTIES, LLC, Plaintiff, Vs. RED EYED JACK SPORTS BAR, Inc., a Nevada corporation; JACK GALARDI and NEVADA LAND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, INC., a Nevada corporation, Defendants. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a Notice of Recording entered by the Circuit Court in and for Broward County, Florida on the 28th day of August, 2012, and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued in the above styled cause on the 8th day of November, 2012, I, Robert P. Peryam, Sheriff of Monroe County, Florida have levied upon and will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, subject to any mortgages or liens thereon, in the morning on the 19th day of December, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. at Monroe County Courthouse, 500 Whitehead St., Key West, FL 33040, Florida, the interests of defendant JACK GALARDI a/k/a JACK E. GALARDI, in execution, in the following described property, subject to any and all other liens, taxes, judgments, or encumbrances whatsoever: SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY PARCEL NUMBER 00326770-000000 00326790-000000 00326800-000000 LOCATION Vacant land at Parish Ave & First St. Marathon, Florida LEGAL DESCRIPTION The North 150 feet of Lots 1 and 2, and the South 115 feet of Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, PARRISH SUBDIVISION According to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 18, of the Public Records Of Monroe County, Florida DATED this 15th day of November, 2012. Robert P. Peryam, Sheriff Monroe County, Florida By:Rachelle Gates, Supervisor Civil Process Division Published November 17, 24, December 1, 8, 2012. Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 290434 Stock Island Marina Village is seeking formal bids for the construction of an in-slip sewage pump-out system to serve 128 proposed wet slips as described within the context of this bid. A Non-Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on December 14, 2012 at 10:00 am at 7009 Shrimp Road, Suite 2, Key West Florida, 33040. Bids are to be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on January 4th, 2013. Licensed Contractors interested in bidding this project may contact Ray Soboski, Marina Manager at 305-294-2288 ext. 222 to arrange to pick up bid documents. For more information please call or email Ray at rsoboski@stockislandmarina. com. Published November 28, December 1, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 291511 CITY OF KEY COLONY BEACH PUBLIC NOTICE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Key Colony Beach, Florida, will hold a General Municipal Election on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 to fill three positions on the City Commission for two-year terms each. Candidates may qualify at Monroe County Supervisor of Elections Office, 490 -63rd Street Ocean, Marathon, from noon on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 to noon on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 or the alternative method by noon on December 11, 2012. Voter registration for the March 12, 2013 Municipal Election will close on February 11, 2013. Cath y Hennin g er yg City Clerk ----------------------------------------CIUDAD DE KEY COLONY BEACH AVISO PBLICO ELECCI"N MUNICIPAL GENERAL POR LA PRESENTE, SE A VISA que la Ciudad de Key Colony Beach, Florida, celebrar una Eleccin Municipal General el martes 12 de marzo del 2013 para llenar tres posisiones de dos aos de plazo cada uno en la Junta de Comisionados de la Ciudad. Los candidatos deben probar su idoneidad en la Oficina del Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe, localizada en el 490-63rd Street Ocean, Marathon, entre las 12 del da Martes 8 de enero del 2013 y el Martes 15 de febrero del 2013. Las inscripcin de electores para la Eleccin Municipal del 12 de marzo del 2013 estar abierta hasta el 11 de febrero del 2013. Cathy Henninger Secretaria Municipal Published December 1, 5, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 291513 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, AMY HEAVILIN, Clerk of the Circuit Court AdInterim of Monroe County, Florida, will, on the 10TH DAY OF JANUARY 2013 at 11:00AM on THE FRONT STEPS OF THE MONROE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 500 WHITEHEAD STREET in the City of KEY WEST Florida, offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for CASH the following described property situated in Monroe County, Florida, to wit: LOT 27. BLOCK INDIAN HARBOR, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, AT PAGE 178, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a 143 SIOUX STREET, TAVERNIER FLORIDA 33070Pursuant to the FINAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT entered in a case in said Court, the style of which is: RESIDENTIAL CREDIT SOLUTIONS, INC Plaintiff VS. WILLIAM S SYMBOLIK; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF WILLIAM S SYMBOLIK; INDIAN HARBOR INDIAN WATERWAYS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION INC; FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB; UNKNOWN PERSON IN POSSESSION Defendant. And the Docket Number of which is Number 10-CA-000057-P WITNESS my hand and the Official Seal of Said Court, this 21ST day of NOVEMBER, 2012. Amy Heavilin Clerk of the Circuit Court Ad-Litem Monroe County, Florida By: Jennifer Settoon Deputy Clerk Florida Statute 45.031: Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Published December 1, 8, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 291568 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE No. CAM11000215 RESIDENTIAL CREDIT SOLUTIONS, INC., PLAINTIFF, VS. OLIVER GUIDO, ET AL. DEFENDANT(S). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 9, 2012 in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Monroe, Florida, on December 18, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., at courthouse steps 500 Whitehead St., Key West, FL 33040 for the following described property: Lot 2, Block H, Waloriss Subdivision, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 113, of the Public Records of Monroe County, Florida. A ny person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. DATED: November 21st, 2012 By: Tammy L. Marciel Deputy Clerk of the Court Prepared by: Gladstone Law Group, P.A. 1499 W. Palmetto Park Road, Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL 33486 If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact ADA Coordinator Miami-Dade County at 305-349-7175, fax 305-3497355 or at ADA@jud11.flcourts.org, 175 N.W. 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33128 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Published December 1, 8, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 295734 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 44-2012-CP-107-P Division: Upper Keys IN RE: ESTATE OF VIOLET ANDERSON HAYDEN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of VIOLET ANDERSON HAYDEN deceased, whose date of death was December 21, 2011; File Number 442012-CP-107-P, is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 88820 Overseas Highway, Plantation Key, FL 33070. The names and addresses of the personal representatives and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is: December 1, 2012. STANLEY S. HAYDEN, JR.Personal Representative 85261 Old Highway Islamorada, FL 33036 Urban J. W. Patterson Attorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar No. 382035 Urban J. W. Patterson, P.A. Post Office Box 783 Islamorada, FL 33036 Telephone: (305) 664-5065 Facsimile: (305) 664-2633 Published December 1, 8, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 295879 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: ANCHOR TOWING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 12/14/2012, 08:00 am at 189 US HIGHWAY 1, KEY WEST, FL 33040-5476, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. ANCHOR TOWING reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1FBSS31LX1HA92609 2001 FORD Published December 1, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 296458 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 12-CP-65-M Middle Keys IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN M. JOHNSON Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of John M. Johnson, deceased, whose date of death was July 24, 2012, and the last four digits of whose social security number are 3903, is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 3117 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. A ll creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS A FTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS A FTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. A ll other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. A LL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is December 1, 2012. Personal Representative: Jay M. Johnson 2640 Horseleg Creek Road Rome, GA 30165 A ttorney for Personal Representative: Richard E. Warner A ttorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar Number: 283134 RICHARD E. WARNER, P.A. P.O. Box 501317 12221 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050-1317 Telephone: (305) 743-6022 Fax: (305) 743-6216 E-Mail: richard@rewarnerlaw.com Published December 1, 8, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 296600 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 12-CP-116-P Upper Keys IN RE: ESTATE OF DAVID STUART EAKIN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of David Stuart Eakin, deceased, whose date of death was July 27, 2012, and the last four digits of whose social security number are 2965, is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 88820 Overseas Highway, Tavernier, Florida 33070. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. A ll creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS A FTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS A FTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. A ll other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. A LL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is December 1, 2012. Personal Representative: Douglas Holtz-Eakin 901 North Pollard Street No. 2307 A rlington, Virginia 22203 A ttorney for Personal Representative: Richard E. Warner A ttorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar Number: 283134 RICHARD E. WARNER, P.A. P.O. Box 501317 12221 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050-1317 Telephone: (305) 743-6022 Fax: (305) 743-6216 E-Mail: richard@rewarnerlaw.com Published December 1, 8, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 296835 Alexs Auto Wrecking & Parts gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 12/12/2012 9:00:00 AM at 111 US Highway 1 # 107, Key West, FL 33040 pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Alexs Auto Wrecking & Parts reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All sales are final RFCHA104X7Y632359 2007 TAIW Published December 1, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter CITYOFMARATHON,FLORIDA9805OverseasHighway,Marathon,Florida33050 Phone:(305)743-0033 INVITATIONTOREQUESTFORPROPOSALPublicNotice AllinterestedpartiesareherebynotifiedthattheCityofMarathonisacceptingsealedRequestfor Proposalfor Refurbish2BaseballFieldsAtCommunityPark Ž. Theconstructionofthisprojectconsistsofdrawings,labor,materialsandequipmentnecessaryto completetheRefurbishmentof2BaseballFieldsAtCommunityPark. TheprojectsiteislocatedatCommunityPark:20036 th StreetOcean,CityofMarathon,Florida. ProjectEstimate: $65,000. Documentsmayonlybeobtainedonlineonlyatwww .demandstar .com .ProcurementdocumentsincludingbutnotlimitedtoRFP,RFQ,ITB,obtainedfrom anysourceotherthanDemandStarmaynotbeaccurateorcompleteandwillnot beconsideredresponsive.AnyResponderandsubcontractorwhohavenotobtained CityofMarathonsolicitationdocumentsfromDemandStarwillnotbenotifiedof anyaddendaissuedbytheCity,whichcouldcontainmaterialchangesthereto(such asadditionsorchangestothetechnicalspecifications,extensionsoftime,etc.)DocumentsmayalsobeexaminedatCityHall,9805OverseasHighwayMarathon,Florida.Respondersshallsubmitone(1)CompactDisc(CD)inTIFformat,one(1)originalandthree(3)copies ofawrittenRequestforProposalattachedtothisform,signedininkbyanauthorizedcompany representative,containedinasealedopaquepackage,clearlymarkedonthefrontofthepackage:Refurbish2BaseballFieldsAtCommunityPark AllRequestsforProposalmustbesubmittedinsealedenvelopestotheCityClerkonor beforeFriday,December21,2012at3:00PMlocaltime.AnyRequestforProposalreceived after3:00PMonsaiddatewillnotbeacceptedandwillbereturnedunopened RequestforProposalsubmittedwillbeopenedpubliclyandreadaloudatthistimeintheCity HallConferenceRoomlocatedat9805OverseasHighwayonthesamedate.TheCityassumes noresponsibilityforRequestforProposalnotproperlymarked. ProspectiveproposersshallnotcontactorotherwisecommunicatewithCitystafforCityofficials. AllquestionsshouldbedirectedtoDebbieLondon305-289-4103orlondond@ci.marathon.fl.us ProposalBidSecurityintheamountofonepercent(1%)oftheTotalBaseBidmustaccompany theBidinaccordancewiththeInstructionstoBidders. AMandatoryPre-ProposalConferencewillbeheldonWednesday,December12,2012at 1:00pm.CityofMarathon-9805OverseasHighwayMarathon,Florida33050,Large ConferenceRoom. AsitevisitwillimmediatelyfollowthePre-ProposalConference.Respondersarestrongly encouragedtoattendassubmissionofaproposalconstitutessiteinspectionandknowledge ofworkrequirements.TheCityreservestherighttorejectanyorallRequestsforProposalandtowaiveinformalities,except timelysubmissionofRequestforProposal,inanyRequestforProposalreceived,tore-advertisefor RequestforProposalortotakeanyothersuchactionsthatmaybedeemedinthebestinterestsofthe City.AsamatterofinformationtoResponders,theCitydoesnotbinditselftoaccepttheminimum specificationsstatedherein,butreservestherighttoacceptanyRequestforProposal,whichinthe judgmentoftheCityCouncilwillbestservetheneedsandinterestsoftheCity.EventDueDate RequestforProposal(RFP)ReleaseNovember26,2012 MandatoryPreSubmittalMeetingDecember12,2012-1:00P.M. ResponseSubmissionDeadlineDecember21,2012-3:00P.M. FirmRecommendation/RankingSelectionDecember27,2012 CouncilAwardJanuary8,2013 NoticetoProceedIssuedJanuary9,2012 CompletionDateJanuary31,2012PublishedKeynoter12-1-12&12-5-12

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Saturday,December 1,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+:Ž Ad# 296910 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: PARADISE TOWING, INC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 12/15/2012, 8:30 am at 202 20th St Ocean, Marathon, Florida 33050, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. PARADISE TOWING, INC. reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All sales are final and as is. 2B4FP2531WR689577 1998 DODGE 3FAKP1133XR217187 1999 FORD CAIC0060G888 1988 CAROL MRK100279480 1980 MRK 1 NTLBC305I687 1987 GRADY RFBU3A03X6B130179 2006 KYOO unknown unknown unknown unknown UNK Boat Trailer unknown UNK Boat Trailer Published December 1, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Blacklabforsale 10month oldmaleblacklabforsale$700OBO.CallTroyfordetails 509-619-2755.$700603-7023232 Samantha.teal@hotmail.com lostwhitemalecat Lostwhite malecatnearmm103awsner tofattycatpleasephone305 8794718.305-879-4718 jennymyers@comcast.net122GulfwindLaneSat, Sund8am-2pm Furn,TV, Coolers,X-masItems,Printer, BabyFurn/toys,Rest.Equipt& chairs/muchmore. CLOSING MY SHOP All sorts electrical, marine, fishing, tools. Lots of free stuff! 255 Ave G, Coco Plum MM 54.5 Sat, Dec 1, 8am. DUCK KEY 2 Family Yard Sale, Sat & Sun, (12/1 & 12/2) 8-2. 146 & 148 Indies Dr, N. Fishing gear galore, household items. (Designated parking) MARATHON/COCO PLUM. Fri and Sat., 8am ? Yard sale benefiting the Heron-Peacock Supported Living. Donations needed! Please drop off any items youd like to donate to Heron, 67 Coco Plum Dr.NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE MM 74.5 B/S! Sat., 12/1 8:00 2:00. Port Antigua subdivision. Behind Bay Harbor & Crazy Billys. Kids stuff, tools, boating gear, etc.SCHWINN FITNESS 430 Eliptical $500.00. Brand new! No delivery, you must be able to move. (305) 852-0014. PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS. Rolex Dive watches and Pilot Watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-743-4578. MARATHON/GRASSY KEY 3 BR, 2 BA HOME on Croton Ave. Everything new inside! Large deck, nice yard. Wont last! $230K. 1-786-303-1365 POOL, CANAL, DOCK DAVITS $388K Big Pine. 3BD/2BTH, huge fenced lot. Rose Dell & Associates 305-304-6045 PORT LARGO CANAL HOME (MM 100) 5 BR, 3 BA. 100 deep water dock. Owner financing. Asking $875K. Must sell! 305-522-1905 BOATERS PARADISE Sweeping Ocean View! 45 dock. Lrg 3/2, 1575 sf, heated pool, tennis, boat ramp, gar. Reduced$549k. 508-922-1010KEY LARGO Park Model for sale. Handicapped designed, 1 BR, furnished. Never lived in. $15,000. Owner financing available. Lot rent $500/mo. 305-522-5841MARATHON 2 BR, 1.5 BA in 55+ park. Fully furn & loaded! Enc Fl rm, rear covrd prch, nice yard, privacy fence, lrg shed. W/D, dishwshr, 2 refrig, smooth top stove, HD TV. Too much to list! Seller motivated! Lot rent $719. 801-319-2311 2 BR / 2 BA MM 103 O/S Large fenced yd. Largo Sound Pk. H.O. park w/ private beach & boat ramp. $1600 / mo. Call (305) 451-1241.Duck Key Gated Estate on Point Secluded. Private. Large dock, private beach, pool, coral rock walls, 4/3, Annual, $3,200 mo. + util. N/S, 305-304-4166INDIAN HARBOR 3 BR / 2 BA MM 89 Fenced yard. C/A, W/D, D/W. $1600 / mo. F/L/S. Call (305) 852-2866. Key Colony Beach, 12th St 3BR, 2BA New 75 Concrete dock. $2,400 & utils. Annual. F/L/S. 786-229-0228 MARATHON Annual Rental. 3BR, 2BA. 75 dock. With pool. No Pets. $2,500/mo. F/L/S. 305-395-3157 MARATHON BAY FRONT Executive Rental Stirrup Key-Furn. 3BR/3BA $3,500 Utilities., FLS 305-743-8328 MARATHON CANAL FRONT Ocean View Recent Upgrades. 90th St Ocean, furnished. 2BR/2BA. $1500 + Utilities. FLS. 305-743-8328 MM 95 2 BR / 1 BA Unfurnished duplex. W/D, pets okay. $1150 / mo. includes water. F/L/S Call (305) 453-1651 SUMERLAND KEY OCEAN FRONT 2/2 HOME w/sandy beach, boat basin, dock, tropical setting, A/C, W/D. $1800/mo FLS, 561-371-9838 AVAILABLE NOW! 2 BR / 1 BA. W/D, Stilt constuction. Screened. balcony. $1100 / mo. Call (305) 451-4100 MARATHON Ground level 1BR 1BA $625 1BR 1BA $575 F/L/S. 6 mo minimum lease. 305-849-6236 TAVERNIER DUPLEX 2 BR / 1 BA. Totally remodeled. New kit. cabinets, granite counter tops w/ full mabel back splash. Brand new bath, lg. walk in closet, Private back yd. No pets / no smoking. $1000 / mo. F/L/S No calls after 8:00 PM please. (305) 394-0987. A MOVE IN NOW from $275 week. MARATHON. Weekly or monthly. fully furn. All utilities, cable & free WI FI included. 305-289-0800 MARATHON 2/1 condo 2nd floor, fully furn, heated pool. Free dockage to 38, Located at MM50. Year lease, $1200 mo + util F/L/S. 401-391-9514 Palms of Islamorada MM 79.9. 1br /1.5 ba. Newly remodeled, Unfurnished. $1100 per month. Water & cable included. Please call (305)664-8000. BIG PINE KEY 3 Br, 1 Ba, screened porch, covered patio. A/C, W/D, yard. $1100/mo F/L/S. 305-923-0684 MARATHON PARK MODEL MOBILE HOME Fully furnished, 1 BR, 1 BA, $700/mo + util. 305-731-50422BR / 2BA KEY LARGO VILLAGE 2 marinas, private beach, courtyard w/ hot tub & outside kit. Oct. Apr. mthly. $1700/mo. Call Dino at (954) 647-2576.DUCK KEY-Deluxe canal front vacation homes. 3 br, 2 ba & 4 br, 4-1/2 ba. Lrg pool, spacious homes w/dockage! W/D, A/C, fully furn, pet ok 305-743-0003 RV LOT FOR RENT In very nice Keys RV park in Marathon. Full hookup. $500/mo, + util. FREE WiFi, and cable TV. 305-731-5042 1br/ 1ba Islamorada MM 82. Furn. or unfurn. $800/mo + util. Available immediately. No smoking. Please Call (305) 853-5974 or (305) 360-3386. ISLAMORADA LOWER MATECUMBE MM 76.5. Annual lease. Unfurn. 1 BR / 1 BA apt. at "Islamorada South Condos". End unit on 2nd flr. w/ screened porch & garage. Beautiful grnds. incl. pool, tennis court, ocean access canal, boat ramp & storage yard. $1050 / mo; F/L & refundable sec. dep. Call Fred. (954) 801-4717. MARATHON Small effcy, unfurnished. Use of washer & dryer. No pets. $700/mo incl water & elect. $300 deposit. 296-0800 MM102 1 BR / 1 BA Furn. downstairs apt. Incl. elec. & water. No smoking / no pets, $850 /mo. F/S (305) 904-8866 or (305) 970-43442,000 SF OUTPARCEL next to New Dunkin Donuts! Great signage & Visibility. Commodore Realty Inc. Nicole Christodoulou (305) 365-2600 X 40 CommercialBldgUS1 Small officebldgonUS1 SouthboundMM99,across fromWylandMural.Great exposure.Idealforattorney, realestate,insuranceand more.Receptionarea+5 separateoffices.Available immediately.$1000permonth +taxandutilities.305-3930634$1,000305-393-0634 tcln@comcast.net Marathon Gulfside Village 5800 O/S Hwy, Unit #32, 960 sq. ft. $1750/mo. plus elec. Pete Donnelly 732-996-9591 or Sue Lovley 305-304-7565 MARATHON Prime Location Retail/office/comm space for rent. Old town Marathon on US 1, high visibility location (former Daffy Doug Discount Store) 650 sf., 850 ft and 4700 sf spaces available at $14-16 per sf annually, immediate occupancy. 954-557-3603 MARATHON US 1 Commercial Space Avail. 1000 sf, $1/sf + util, taxes & insur. Yard space also available. 305-923-9542 UNIQUE MARINE is now hiring an administrative assistant. Experience preferred. Email resume to: sales@uniquemarine.com BUSYSIGN SHOP Graphic design, cust. sevice, assembly & installation. Exp. w/ Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop a plus. (305) 852-3333. LANDSCAPER NEEDED Must have valid drivers license and transportation. Please call (305) 743-4738. WE NEED YOU NOW FT/PT, daily work, get paid in 72 hrs Deliver the Yellow Pages in the Florida Keys and Key West areas. Must be 18 yrs+, have DL, vehicle & insurance. Call for more info (800) 422-1955 Ext. 1 8:00A-4:30P Mon-Fri www.DeliverPhoneBooks.com WOW LOOK !!! WOW LOOK !!! NewTropicalWicker BedroomandLivingRoomDinettes,Futons,Recliners SimmonsBeautyrest www.fredsbeds.com FRED'SBEDS 100sofBedsFactoryDirecttoYouMarathonMM53.5743-7277 BigCoppittMM9.5295-8430FREEDELIVERY FrontDeskReceptionist,FullTimeCareermindedprofessionalwithafriendlysmile andexcellentpeopleskillsneededforbusy veterinaryoffice.Goodtelephoneskillsandthe abilitytomultitaskareessentialtothisposition. Computerexperienceisrequired.Shifthoursvary between7:30amand6:00pmMonday-Friday withsomeSaturdaysandSundaysincluded. Salarybasedonexperience.Pleaseapply atMarathonVeterinaryHospitalat 11187OverseasHwy orcall305-743-7099 inMarathonisseekingaC C u u s s t t o o m m e e r r S S e e r r v v i i c c e e R R e e p p r r e e s s e e n n t t a a t t i i v v e e Wearelookingforfriendly,outgoingapplicantswith excellentcustomerserviceskillstoassistcustomersin openingaccounts.Cashhandling,bankingandcustomer serviceexperiencerequired. Toapply,pleasegoto: http://www.my100bank.com/careers AnEqualOpportunityEmployer M/F/D/VFDIC TheTurtleHospitalSeekingfull-timeGiftShopSales& ProgramGuidePublicspeaking& retailsalesexperience. Marineturtle knowledgehelpful. Sendresumeto: tur tlehosp@aol.com CoralReefParkCo. JohnPennekampDivisionIsseeking: PartTimeBoatRental PartTimeScubaInstructor (PadiCertified) PartTimeSnorkelBoatDiveMaster FTNarrator PartTimeSnorkelShed FullTimeandPartTime ReservationistPickupApplicationsat RangersStation (305-451-6301) "#$1319WilliamStreet,KeyWest,Florida33040 hr@vnahospicekeys.orgwww.vnahospicekeys.org 1319Willi S VisitingNurseAssociation& HospiceoftheFloridaKeys,Inc.LicensedtoServetheKeysSince1984%%&% $'('$ !&&% )*! %%$ "+$,+ "+!-$.& )$" /012 %%34) 2&5$'6! -!$7879:;<= '(:;08;<:8.>'4?@? (A707:;; Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in the classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or ads@keynoter.com YOU HAVE IT. R R o s e e D e l l l & & A s s o c i a t e s3 0 5 3 0 4 6 0 4 5

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,December 1,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+:Ž Monroe County BOCC, FLIGHT NURSE, FIRE RESCUE, MARATHON, (ESFRS100) $41,600.00 / 40 H.P.W. FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION PLEASE VISIT WWW.MONROECOUNTY-FL. GOV OR CONTACT JOHN LEWINSKI AT LEWINSKI-JOHN@MONROE COUNTY-FL.GOV VET PREF AVAIL; E.O.E. Deadline Open until filled; 292-4557; hr@monroecounty-fl.govFRONT DESK CLERK F/T Must speak English. Also HOUSEKEEPER Please apply in person, Key Colony Beach Motel, 441 E. Ocean Dr. 289-0411THE MOORINGS and MORADA BAY / PIERRES are seeking self motivated, detail oriented and hard working individuals to fill positions in Housekeeping. Please submit an application /resume @ 123 Beach Rd., Islamorada. MM 81.5 ocean side or email: moorings@bellsouth.net THE RAGGED EDGE RESORT is hiring a maintenance person. Exp. preferred, must be able to speak & read English. Apply in person @ 243 Treasure Harbor Rd., Islamorada ALARM INSTALLER, P/T. Exp. nec., but willing to train right person. DFWP. Good ref. Clean, valid D.L. Fax resume 743-2022, or call 743-2522 Monroe County BOCC, MAINTENANCE MECHANIC, UNINCORPORATED PARKS AND BEACHES, BIG PINE KEY (PWUNI035) $25,945.55-$36,324.52 / 40 H.P.W., H.S. DIPLOMA OR G.E.D.., 1-2 YRS. EXP., VALID FL.DL. VET PREF AVAIL; E.O.E. Deadline-OPEN UNITL FILLED; 292-4557; hr@monroecounty-fl.gov DIVE BOAT CAPTAIN Halls Diving Center, Marathon Seeking F/T or P/T Captain with Masters license. Must hold a Divemasters certification or be a certified diver willing to train to Divemaster level. Need strong customer relation skills, a professional appearance and willing to perform vessel maintenance. Contact Bob Brayman or Randy Botteri at 305-743-5929 to arrange interview. Email resume or application to bbrayman@hallsdiving.com. CarRentalAgency Part-time helpneededatbusycarrental agencyinMarathonairport. Counterhelp,rentalcontracts andexcellentcustomer service.Willtrain.Please contactJorge561-860-4143 Keyscarrental@gmail.com EXPERIENCED HELP ONLY Breakfast Cook Prep Cook, Line Cook Host/Hostess Waitstaff Bartender Bus Person Front of House Managers Apply in person: Sunset Grille & Raw Bar, 7 Knights Key Blvd, Marathon.HELP WANTED Short order cook & deli. Full time, 40hrs. $12 per hour. Must have own car. Call (305) 664-1071, or apply in person at Crazy Billys Country Store. MM 74.5WERE SELLING BOATS! Unique Marine needs an exp. sales professional as we grow our business. Email resume to: sales@uniquemarine.com EXPERIENCED LOCAL SERVICE PLUMBER needed. Must have clean appearance, valid drivers lic. & references. Call (305) 453-5435. EXPERIENCED & RELIABLE, appliance repair technician. Must have valid drivers license and tools! Call (305) 664-3662. NOW HIRING! Unique Marine is seeking an exp.marine Service Technician. Email to: sales@uniquemarine.com for more information. PLUMBERS NEEDED NOW Clean D. L. & exp. required DFWP. Apply in person, Georges Plumbing of the Keys, 9585 O/S Hwy, Mrthn. Drivers: $2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Great Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-4854 25 6" ProLine Cuddy cabin 1995, Model 231. Platform w/ladder, top & tower. 2005 Merc 225 4 stroke. Any reasonable offer! 305-743-0639 25 PARKER 1996 CC, T-Top, Leaning post, 2 livewells, Garmin 2010 GPS/Plotter. Needs engine. $7500. 305-393-0699 27 Hells Bay 2004 Twin 225 Yamahas. Newly serviced, bottom painted. Ready to go! $45,000. 305-743-5623 Carolina Skiff Specialists All sizes & models: Sea Chasers, Bennington pontoons & Hydra. sports. Call Ft. Myers for West Coast pricing! 800-955-7543 2Detroit871Engines FixedZ drivesapprox1972Willneed toberemovedSellingasis. Makeoffer.VesselstoredinSt. Petersburg,FL727-576-1094 55 BOATSLIP FOR SALE OR LEASE in Islamorada. Yacht Club membership incl. $500 / month. Great location! Call 305-393-7494. Boat slip for rent $200/mo. MM 99 oceanside. Up to 40 ft. catamarans, etc. No liveaboards. Water & electric included. (305)942-3055 DOCKAGE AVAILABLE MM 103 Oceanside $10 a foot, Live Aboards okay Utilities Available 305-905-6867 LIVE ABOARD DEEP WATER DOCKAGE. A great place to call home. MM92.5 O/S For more information call (305) 853-5604 MARATHON DOCKAGE FOR RENT No liveaboards, up to 43. Free H20 & electric. Private home, 24 hr access. $250-$350/mo. 561-312-3263 1 Dave buys permits So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark, Sword, Tuna. $$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869 1 S. Atlantic Snapper, Grouper permit for lease. Corp. Atlantic Snapper /Grouper permit for sale 904-262-2869; 904-708-0893 29 COMMERCIAL Y & G 300 HP John Deere, low hrs. Fishing & trap pulling. Full electronics. $23K obo. 305-522-2702, Islamorada All types of permits for sale! 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