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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 12-05-2012
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778679022222 Classifieds . . .6B Living . . . .3B Business . . .9A Opinion . . .8A Sports/Outdoors .1B Crossword . . .5BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 5,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.97 25 CENTS A win,a lossMarathon's boys soccer team splits two matches, with one filled with yellow cards.Story, 1B Key West DualsKey West wrestlers win their own tournament, while Coral Shores comes up short.Story, 1B Member FDICEqual Housing Lender Need A Loan? Call Me! Local People! Local Decisions! Local Service! Lori Bailey (305) 304-6991City Executive/Commercial & Residential LenderOur Customers Say It Best... Jay Frins Triple J Investments & ASAP, Inc I needed a commercial loan to grow my business. Lori made the process smooth and got the loan approved fast! Its nice to deal with a local bank.Ž Tom Hill Key Largo Fisheries Loris always more than willing to help and accommodate our needs. First State Bank is our local bank helping us to accomplish our goals.Ž NOAA:More coral protectionSeven corals found in Florida Keys waters could be added to the list of oceanic species federally protected under the Endangered Species Act. The decision announced Friday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will bring federal officials to the Keys for public comment hearings Jan. 15 and 16. "We've watched the changes on our reef over the years and the loss of coral has been significant," said Judy Halas of Key Largo, who has been diving Keys reefs for more than four decades as an author and activist. NOAAproposes to list seven Caribbean and Florida coral species as endangered and two more as threatened. Staghorn coral and elkhorn coral, currently the only local corals listed as threatened, would be moved to endangered status under the plan. Added to the list as endangered would be pillar coral, boulder star coral, mountain star coral and star coral. Lamarck's sheet coral and elliptical star coral are being considered for listing as threatened. "All of the corals mentioned for the Caribbean are found in the Keys," said Karrie Carnes, spokeswoman for the Florida Keys National Marine sanctuary. NOAAalso proposes to list seven Pacific Ocean coral species as endangered and 52 Pacific corals as threatened. "This proposal to list these corals will help to draw attention to the sensitivity ofFeds say the time has come to add some to Endangered Species ListENVIRONMENTBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee Corals,3A Marathon's Scott loses 3 from familyLongtime Marathon resident and musician Dave Scott is slowly coping with something no one should have to: The deaths of three family members who were swept to sea. It happened Nov. 24 at Big Lagoon County Park in Humboldt County, Calif. It's in Northern California. "This whole area is in shock and in tears," he said. "Everywhere you go, they're talking about it." Scott's sister Mary Elena Scott, 54, brother-in-law Howard Kuljian, 57, and their teenage son Geddie (Scott's nephew) were overcome by what Scott said Humboldt County locals call "sneaker waves" as they tried to rescue the family dog from rough and frigid surf along the Pacific coast. Kuljian apparently threw a stick close to the water's edge, and a wave crashed down on the dog and swept it out to sea. "These waves come out of nowhere almost," Scott said. "The dog went to get the stick and the wave took him." Scott said he was told that Geddie, a 16-year-old highschool junior, went to save the dog and was having trouble with the surf. Kuljian went in the water to help, and Geddie made it back to shore and saw his father wasn't there. He and Mary apparently went back in the water to help Kuljian and the dog, but died doing so. "She was really a takeaction kind of woman. She told [her daughter] Olivia, Don't come in here,'and she never made it back out," Scott said. The dog eventually made it back to shore. The deaths have made headlines internationally for more than a week, as the surviving daughter and sister, Olivia Kuljian, attempts to pick up the pieces. The 18year-old was living in her parents'Eureka, Calif., home and attending college as a freshman at College of the Redwoods. Scott told the Keynoter Olivia is still coming to grips with the deaths, but has "been very strong." He said she would live with her best friend's family in Eureka for the time being. "This family took her in asThey're swept into the Pacific in big tragedyTRAGEDY IN THE WATER Photo courtesy SCOTT FAMILYOlivia Kuljian (second from right),18,lost her mother Mary Scott,brother Geddie and father Howard Kuljian in a tragic accident at Big Lagoon County Park in Humboldt County, Calif.All three died attempting to rescue the family dog.Mary was the sister of Marathon resident Dave Scott.IT'S A BOY Photo by WILL WIGGINS/DRCSantini,born at the Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key 26 years ago,is a mom herself for the second time, giving birth Monday following a pregnancy through artificial insemination.Here,she swims with the new calf,a boy, who joins his brother Tanner,born at the center in March 2002.Measurements haven't been made yet but generally,baby dolphins are from 2 to 4.5 feet long and weigh between 25 and 45 pounds.See Scott,8A Sewerdistrict seeking clarityThe Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District has found itself smack in the middle of a decadeslong battle over whether commercial electricity should extend out to No Name Key. Just days in advance of construction last month, the district learned that a force main it was set to install along State Road 905 in North Key Largo would run through a federally protected coastal barrier area. Under county ordinance, that's not allowed. Now the Wastewater Treatment District and the Monroe County Commission will try to figure it out when the commission meets next week in Marathon. Wastewater Treatment District General Manager Margaret Blank said the federal Coastal Barrier Resources Act, nor the local equivalent of that law, came into play when Key Largo sewer boundaries were finalized. "Typically, utilities in the right of way don't run into this kind of thing. ItLaw appears to ban permits for hookupsKEY LARGOBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com More hotel rooms closer to fruitionCity of Marathon officials for months have been careful to warn that no developer is guaranteed a portion of 100 new hotel-room allocations awarded by the state Cabinet in January. But Planning Director George Garrett said the application for those units would likely be finalized this week, and only a handful of developers are expected to fill them out. "The people that have expressed any interest, I have a list of them and have talked to them. It's not that somebody else could not apply, but have they expressed any interest in the last nine months? No," he said. There had been a moratorium in place on new hotel rooms since the city incorporated in 1999, but the allocations were given in recognition of Marathon nearly completing its state-mandated citywide sewer system. The City Council had to amend its land-use plan to allow their distribution. The council approved a 4:1 ratio for doling out the 100 units, meaning that a project could receive only one unit for every four in hand. Several large develop-Applications likely ready any day nowMARATHONSee KL Sewer,2ABy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSee Hotel rooms,5A


KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,December 5,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.77 66 THURS.77 68 FRI.77 70 SAT.79 72 Forecast: Partly cloudy with 20% chance of rain. Clear,but breezy,Thursday & Friday.Winds from the ENE at 15-20 mph. 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 BRIEFSSmith added to hospital boardCale Smith of Islamorada has been elected to the Mariners Hospital board of directors. Smith is managing partner and portfolio manager of Islamorada Investment Management. Previously, he was affiliated with Hawk Associates and Insiders Edge & Mayflower Partners. He is past president of the Islamorada Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Upper Keys Rotary Club. Smith graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy with a bachelor's degree in management, and also holds a master's in business administration from the College of William and Mary. Mariners Hospital at mile marker 91 in Tavernier is part of Baptist Health South Florida. 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 We need leadership'While the first in a series of forums addressing the future of the arts in the Florida Keys largely dwelled on generalities, the Monday session did yield some light at the end of the tunnel for Key West's unfunded Art in Public Places Board. In 2010, the Key West City Commission approved an ordinance requiring 1 percent of new development costing more than $500,000 and 1 percent of redevelopment costing more than $1,000 be set aside for public art. Since then, no money has been raised for that effort. "The bottom dropped out of the market," Commissioner Teri Johnston told nearly 100 people assembled at The Studios of Key West on White Street for the Future Forum on the Arts, hosted by the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys. The forum is intended to be countywide but clearly the focus Monday was on Key West. How other areas of the Keys will play into the process, designed to coalesce arts groups, remains unclear. "But we have a full cadre of developments in the pipeline. There are lots of good things coming for Art in Public Places," she said, pointing to the following pending major developments: City-led transformation of the 33-acre Truman Waterfront into a destination park, expected to have phased-out costs between $45 million and $50 million. The city is poised to build out Glynn Archer Elementary School for use as a new city hall for around $17 million. Early next year, construction should begin on a $4.8 million fire station at 525 Angela St., the former site of city hall. There are pending plans from a private development consortium to build an assisted-care facility, also at the Truman Waterfront, expected to cost between $20 million and $30 million. Crunching the numbers of the conservative side, and assuming all the projects come to fruition, that would mean an $868,000 boost to Art in Public Places for site-specific installations. Johnston also pointed to plans from Pritam Singh to build a 96-room hotel on Caroline Street, and another concept to build a West Marine store, also on Caroline. Although the costs of those projects aren't clear, they would be subject to the public-art setaside. Michael Shields, chairman of Art in Public Places, noted that private developers could opt out of the on-site installation and just contribute the money to the board. Citing figures produced by the Florida Keys Council for the Arts, Shields pegged the nonprofit economic impact of arts and culture countywide at $87 million per year, an astonishing figure, he said, given the impact in much more populated Broward County at $154 million. "We have a lot of creativity. What we need, of course, is leadership, economic investment and commitment. Imagine a future Key West without the arts. It's a frightening thought."Foundation leads talk on future of artsKEYS ARTSCounty tries to get ahead of BPThe Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 returns to the minds of Monroe County commissioners at two meetings next week. Aspecial meeting of the County Commission meeting has been called for 2 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Marathon Government Center to discuss possible financial payments to the county from negotiated penalty settlements with BP. The federal RESTORE Act standing for the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunity and Revived Economies Act for the Gulf states directs a significant share of fines from the BPspill to affected areas along the Gulf of Mexico coastline. Monroe County is one of 23 Florida counties designated as eligible for a portion of that money. "That could be anywhere from a little to a lot," said County Commissioner David Rice, a county representative to the Gulf Consortium with Commission Mayor George Neugent. Estimates for Monroe County range from $4 million to $20 million, depending on the final size of the settlement. Money would be dedicated to projects that improve tourism to affected areas or environmental restoration. "We want to bring to the public's attention what we've learned in this evolutionary process as it unfolds," Neugent said. "We'll talk about what kind of proposals can be brought forward, how much money we're potentially looking at, and who the contacts will be," Neugent said. "We don't want anybody jumping up at the last minute and crying foul." On Dec. 11, county commissioners are expected to discuss creation of a local committee of nine to 11 people to oversee proposals for RESTORE Act funding. "These people should represent a broad swath of interests, everything from business and tourism to commercial fishing and reef restoration," Rice said. "They would be the ones to decide how to put the money to the best use for people, as defined by the statute," he said. "If and when it does happen, we want Monroe County to be ready to move rapidly," he said. The County Commission meets in regular session at 9 a.m. Dec. 12 at the Marathon Government Center. Peggy Mathews, a consultant hired to work on BP issues for Monroe, is scheduled to address the commissioners on Dec. 11 and again at 10 a.m. Dec. 12. RESTORE Act funds are separate from privateparty settlements with BP. No Deepwater Horizon oil apparently reached Florida Keys waters, but the threat of it threatened the 2010 tourist season.Dec.11 and 12 sessions aimed at prioritiesDEEPWATER HORIZON DISASTER Diaz is 7th snorkel/scuba deathAfishing spear that lodged in rocks off Long Key apparently killed the Miami man who fired it Sunday. Erick Diaz, 19, was trapped underwater and died near Tennessee Reef shortly before noon Sunday, according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office report. Diaz was snorkeling to spearfish off an 18-foot Boston Whaler owned by his father, relatives told Sheriff's Office deputies. "His cousin told detectives that Diaz had a line attached to his spear, and the line was also tied around his waist," said agency spokeswoman Becky Herrin. "While trying to shoot a fish, he reportedly shot the spear into some rocks and it got stuck." Diaz's cousin said he swam down and tried to pull the spear loose but it remained embedded. The cousin surfaced to get help but Diaz died before he could be freed. Sheriff's Office divers recovered the body, which was turned over to the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy. Diaz apparently is the seventh person to die as a result of a scuba or snorkel accident in Keys waters in 2012.Spearfishing Miami man dies off KeysON THE WATERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKeynoter Staffwas very unexpected," she said. Between 40 and 72 homes in a three-street 905 subdivision are now in jeopardy of not being able to connect to the district's state-mandated central sewer system. The tie-in to No Name Key is that Monroe has been using a 2001 county ordinance, which adopted a coastal barrier overlay district, as its basis for denying permits for 43 homes to connect to 61 Keys Energy Services power poles on the Lower Keys island. Currently, those homes are powered by solar and generators, and the denial has sparked lawsuits that are pending. "They are, I'm sure, concerned about consistency," Blank said. Congress created the Coastal Barrier Resource System in 1982, and updated it in 1990, to protect undeveloped coastal barrier areas. The county law "prohibited the extension and expansion of specific types of public utilities to or through lands designated as a unit of the coastal barrier resources system." County Growth Management Director Christine Hurley has put the issue up for discussion on the Dec. 12 County Commission meeting agenda so that board can give direction. According to the agenda background, state law exempts the district from permitting requirements to install the force main. "However, as a result of ... adopted comprehensive plan policies and land development regulations, the county cannot issue building permits (plumbing and electrical) to individual property owners in order to connect to the individual lift stations along CR-905." That's much the same as No Name Key, where residents there have been denied county permits to connect their homes to the power poles. Blank said she hopes there's a way the 905 homeowners can connect to the Key Largo sewer plant, saying central sewers are project is more effective in removing contaminants from wastewater than onsite improvements by individual homeowners would be. They're also easier to swallow cost-wise. "Originally, we weren't going to serve this area at all. The big benefit to them is they pay the assessment over 20 years and don't have to come up with this large out-of-pocket cost," Blank said. The Dec. 12 commission meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. at the Marathon Government Center near mile marker 48.Sewer district hopefulFrom KL Sewer,1A


Wednesday,December 5,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com ESTATE SALE 2 days only DECEMBER 8 AND 9 (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY) 8:00 A.M.TO 2:00 P.M. 100S OF ITEMS MANY SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY GIFT GIVINGFURNITURE,TOOLS,ART,COLLECTIBLES,BRIC-A-BRAC,SMALL APPLIANCES,PICTURE FRAMES,KITCHENWARE,BARWARENO FIREARMSCA$H ONLYLOCATED IN FORMER KEYS OFFICE EQUIPMENT BUILDING(BEHIND J.J.SDOGHOUSE)204 107th STREET GULF,MARATHON global corals and coral reefs to The Big Four of human disturbances in the oceans: Overfishing, pollution, climate change and [ocean] acidification," said John Ogden, marine professor emeritus from the University of South Florida and an advisor to the Keys sanctuary. Monroe County hearings on the coral endangeredspecies designation take place: 7 to 9 p.m. Jan 15 at the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park visitor center, mile marker 102.6 oceanside in Key Largo. 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 16 at the Florida Keys EcoDiscovery Center, 35 E. Quay Road at the Truman Waterfront in Key West. The decision to move forward with Endangered Species Act listing was prompted by a court order to act on a 2009 petition filed by the Center for Biological Diversity. "It's a wake-up call telling us our coral reefs are dying and need federal protection," said Miyoko Sakashita, ocean director for the center. Ocean warming and acidification caused by greenhouse gases are "a primary driver of coral bleaching and disease," says a NOAAassessment of coral threats. Listing as an endangered or threatened species generally limits activities that could harm the species. Florida's corals already receive protection under state law and the Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Some additional habitat protections could be enacted. "By making these corals endangered species, we may be able to get more support for research, restoration and other scientific efforts," Halas said. "Corals provide habitat to support fisheries that feed millions of people, and generate jobs and income to local economies through recreation, tourism and fisheries," NOAAadministrator Jane Lubchenco said in a statement. For information on the coral proposal and how to submit comments, go to www.nmfs.noaa.gov/ stories/2012/11/82corals. html.Feds coming down for Keys hearingsFrom Corals,1A 21.99Makers Mark Bourbon750 ml27.99Dewars White Label Scotch1.75 L27.99Titos Handmade Vodka1.75 L19.99New Amsterdam VodkaOr Gin, 1.75 L36.99Crown Royal1.75 L29.99Appleton Estate VX Rum1.75 L13.99Ten High Bourbon1.75 L15.99Sobieski Vodka1.75 L10.99Skol Vodka1.75 L17.99Flor de Caa Gold Rum1.75 L16.99Canadian Club1.75 L19.99Disaronno Amaretto750 ml17.99Captain Morgan Parrot Bay RumSelected Varieties, 1.75 L22.991800 Silver TequilaOr Reposado or Coconut, 750 ml13.99Rodney Strong Sonoma County WineCabernet Sauvignon or Merlot, 750 ml14.3918-Pack Budweiser, Miller, or Coors BeerAssorted Varieties, 12-oz can and/or bot.7.99Mirassou Pinot Noir WineOr Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Moscato, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, or Merlot, 750 ml 12.9912-Pack Heineken or Corona BeerOr Modelo, Assorted Varieties, 12-oz can and/or bot.E-Mia/Jax/Lakeland 4C-ThursdayPrices effective Thursday, December 6 through Wednesday, December 12, 2012.Liquor items are only available at Publix Liquors. Visit publix.com/store to “nd the store nearest you. Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase alcoholic beverages. Quantity limits per customer apply. Pillar coral,found at reefs throughout the Keys,is among the coral species that would be added to the Endangered Species list.Funding cut roils programsFlorida's subsidized school readiness programs for low-income working families have 68,000 children on their wait lists, but state efforts to fix the system have only muddied the waters. Now Florida's 31 early learning coalitions have united against a new funding formula they say was crafted without their input and imposed on extremely short notice. In late June, just before the new budget year began, the coalitions were notified of changes in their funding. One of the biggest losers was the Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties, which lost $3.7 million effective five days later leaving 11,000 children waiting for services. The new formula comes from a December 2011 Auditor General's report, which recommended basing the allocations on the number of eligible children in each community. Some areas, like Broward and Southwest Florida, got more money under the new formula, not less. But the state is planning to phase in five more years'worth of cuts and in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, that's another $22.3 million lost. Among that is $1.6 million for Monroe County through 2017-18 out of around $16 million. "When you lose so much money in such a short time, you have to plug the hole somehow," said Lauren Faison, executive director of the Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend. "And it was: Do you cut children? Or do you stop supporting our businesses?'And that's not a debate anyone wants to find themselves in, quality vs. quantity. We need both." The businesses are childcare providers who must meet certain standards to qualify for public funds. The kids are children of the working poor; the idea is to get them ready for school while allowing their parents to hold jobs. The money comes mostly from the federal government. Theoretically, it's a win-win. "The typical school readiness family's average income is $19,000 a year, and they typically have two children," said Brittany Birken, CEO of the Florida Children's Service Council and former director of the state Office of Early Learning. "And without school readiness, it would require 50 percent of their salary to put children in child care so they could work. With school readiness, it ends up being 7 percent of their salary." Shaleen Fagunda, who owns the Interamerican Learning Center in Miami, says the cuts in South Florida threaten the whole network of providers there. "That's the domino," Fagunda said. "When I start losing children, my ratios are going to go up. I'm going to start combining classes.... Eventually, if [the number of children] keeps going down, I'm going to let go of staff, and eventually, I'm going to close my doors."Keys among big losers from stateBy MARGIE MENZELNews Service of FloridaCHILD CAREWeekley looks for finalityKey West City Commissioner Jimmy Weekley, the Old Town District 1 representative, wants to build consensus with the public and his colleagues on the dais before addressing perennial problems in the Southernmost City's congested center. To that point, the City Commission meets tonight to discuss four Old Townspecific issues. The workshop begins at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall on Greene Street. The issues on Weekley's mind are residential parking, street sweeping, noise and the concept of turning Duval Street into a pedestrian-only thoroughfare. "All of these things affect my district and I want to start getting feedback from the commissioners," Weekley said. In recent years, Weekley has been unsuccessful in gaining traction on all four fronts. Each time, the public input and commission discussion periods became protracted, leaving things stagnant. That's what he's trying to avoid by soliciting comment on the front end rather than after ordinances are drafted and put up for vote. Earlier this year, Weekley proposed closing off two blocks of Duval on weekends but that fell by the wayside. Commissioner Tony Yaniz is now pressing city staff to come up with a scheme to close off all of Duval to auto traffic. On the parking side, there are a number of overlapping programs. Anyone with a Monroe County tag can park in a spot marked residential, while folks with residential parking permits can park anywhere on their block. There's also an employee parking program that requires a quarterly renewal by Old Town business owners. Despite all of the regulations, parking is still a major complaint Weekley hears from constituents. "I'm hoping we just end up with a parking ordinance that's workable," Weekley said, frustrated with what's on the books now. The idea with street sweeping is to simply expand the number of routes run by Public Works Department crews and expand the coverage area to include more side streets. On noise control, Weekley said that no one, particularly the businesses it's supposed to govern, understands the machinations of the complaint-driven rule, which requires Code Compliance offers to use decibel meters to monitor sound output. Tonight's meeting will be broadcast on Comcast Cable Channel 77.Session tonight looks at issues long discussedKEY WEST Gulf Oil Spill Revenue Recovery No-Obligation Town Hall Meeting Individuals and BusinessesGet up-to-date information on how to make claims before BP expiration deadlineDecember 11 5 to 7 PMHoliday Inn Key Largo 99701 Overseas Highway Key Largo,FLDecember 13 4:30 to 6:30 PMSt.Columba Church 451 52nd Street,Gulf Marathon,FLSFBP Team,LLC By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com


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Wednesday,December 5,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com Duck Key light staying awhileDon't expect traffic backups created by a bridge refurbishing project on Duck Key to go away anytime soon. The county is in the midst of a massive overhaul of the failing bridge, which leads into Duck Key from U.S. 1, that Monroe County Engineering Director Judy Clarke said is expected to last until August. For safety reasons, the state Department of Transportation required Monroe to install a temporary traffic signal on U.S. 1 at mile marker 61 and Duck Key Drive because one lane of the bridge is closed while the other is being repaired. "One lane of the deck is closed because part of the project is replacing the deck and railings, so we obviously close it and repave," she said. This has often meant long backups on northbound U.S. 1 when the light is red as traffic enters and exits Duck Key. Southbound U.S. 1 has a through lane, so the light doesn't affect that traffic unless it's going onto Duck Key. Clarke said there are ample signs along the highway alerting drivers to the light. "They have all the signs out in advance of the light and a lighted message board," she said. The $2 million rehab project is being funded in large part $1.6 million by DOT. The remaining $400,000 is a local match, Clarke said. She said many bridges in Monroe need facelifts, and they're being done "mainly in order of the need based on what's called a sufficiency reading." "It's a number out of 100 calculated when they do the bridge inspections. The lower the number, the more critical it is," she said. A DOTsubcontractor performs inspections on all county-owned bridges. The main aspect of the Duck Key bridge overhaul is replacing the deck and railings, Clark said. Workers have also repaired concrete spalling and pile jackets underneath the bridge. Clarke said the bridge was built in 1967. They're generally designed to last 50 years but "if you do repairs, it extends them."Bridge work leads to some slowdownsTRANSPORTATION At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort€ Mile Marker 58,Grassy Key Reservations 289-1554€ Credit Cards Accepted The only thing we overlook is the ocean.ŽOpen 7 days a week € Dinner 4:30 10pm € Breakfast 7:30 10am … LAttitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Casual,Gourmet 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 rosemary K E Y S D E R M A T O L O G YA d v a n c e d D e r m a t o l o g y & C o s m e t i c S u r g e r y ( A D C S C l i n i c s ) A c q u i r e s T h e K e y s D e r m a t o l o g y P r a c t i c e o f D r K a r e n W e i s m a nt l e W h o h a s R e t i r e d .ADCS Clinics (ADCSŽ),the nations largest dermatology practice,is pleased to announce it has completed the acquisition oftwo clinics in the Florida Keys from the practice ofDr.Karen Weismantle who retired November 6th.The clinics are located in Islamorada and Marathon,Florida. I am grateful for the opportunity and support the Keys patients and physicians have granted me over the last 8 years,Ž said Dr.Weismantle. Karen says, I am pleased to introduce Advanced Dermatology, Dr. Martin Schiff and PA Deborah Mendoza to the patients ofKeys Dermatology. Medical records may be obtained or transferred by request at the Islamorada office 82245 Overseas Highway or call 664-0700.Ž Dr.Matt Leavitt,Founder and CEO ofADCS,said This acquisition gives us a great opportunity to expand our footprint into the very southern part of Florida.We are now able to provide state ofthe art dermatologic care,including MOHSand cosmetic surgery,for patients in that region.Ž Dermatology appointments can be made at either office by calling the following numbers: 8065 Overseas Hwy Marathon,FL 33050 305-289-0044 82245 Overseas Hwy Islamorada,FL 33036 305-664-0700 Keynoter photo by LARRY KAHNThis is the temporary traffic light at U.S.1 and Duck Key Drive near mile marker 61. Monroe County is in the midst of a $2 million repair job on the Tom's Harbor Bridge leading to Duck Key. ers have jumped at the opportunity. Roger Masters was granted an amended development agreement in October for a proposed 95-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel near mile marker 48. Masters and his partner, Prime Hospitality Group, are likely to seek 19 of the new units. They had 46 in hand and purchased the old Longhorn Lodge property near 125th Street for another 30. Nineteen more from the city pool would make 95. Prior to that, Key Westbased Spottswood Co. was granted the right to add 25 units to its long-awaited 100room property, a Hyatt hotel at Faro Blanco, so it needs 25 of the new units. Tranquility Bay owner Pritam Singh had 16 one-bedroom units approved for his 87unit property, so he needs 16. Asmaller place, the Bonefish Bay Motel, had its development agreement and conditional use approved at the Nov. 27 council meeting. It would increase from 20 to 25 transient units, which is equal to the city's 4:1 rule. At the same meeting, Marvin Rappaport, owner of the former Crystal Cove Resort, has plans for a 113room Marriott Residence Inn on his 7.3-acre lot near mile marker 50. Approval is conditional on the state Department of Economic Opportunity agreeing to amend his zoning from residential medium to mixed-use commercial. But Rappaport, along with Coconut Cay owner Jim Rhyne, will not be eligible for the first round of rooms. Rhyne's development agreement was amended from 22 to 42 oneand two-bedroom units in September. Garrett said Rappaport must wait until the state finalizes his zoning change, while Rhyne has a development agreement with no conditional use. Garrett said he expects the City Council to make a decision on the first allotment in January.New rooms closerFrom Hotel rooms,1ABy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com KEYSNET.COM


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Every year since 2009, the City Commission-appointed panel has ranked applications for tax increment funding. The money comes from a special property tax raised in Bahama Village and reinvested in community and capital projects. In 1996, a large chunk of Bahama Village and non-contiguously the Caroline Street Corridor were established as community redevelopment areas. Any growth in property tax revenue above the 1996 level is diverted into the TIF. There are seven applications for funding totaling $1,155,300; there's about $850,000 available. The proposed projects, three of which come from city staff, are: $27,000 for a Bahama Village community garden, submitted by city staff. $550,000 to formulate a Bahama Village "connectivity" plan focusing on streetscapes and signs meant to couple the village with adjacent Duval Street and the Truman Waterfront, also from city staff. $190,000 of a projected $1.54 million total to rehabilitate the Frederick Douglass Community Center, 111 Olivia St., also brought by city staff. $75,000 for residential rehabilitation projects suggested by Habitat for Humanity of Key West and the Lower Florida Keys. $79,500 for interior improvements, plumbing and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance at the Coral City Elks Lodge, 1107 Whitehead St. $175,000 for Phase 2 restoration of the Cornish Memorial AME Zion Church, 702 Whitehead St. In the 2009 TIF cycle, Cornish received $417,000 for a new roof, among other things. $58,800 for landscaping and other barriers around the Geraldine Street electric substation, requested by resident Nancy Moulton. Projects previously funded include renovations to the Bethel AME Zion Church, the Masonic Lodge and an ongoing rehabilitation of Nelson English Park on Catherine Street. In the last TIF cycle, $170,000 was allocated to the Bahama Village park and used to develop a master plan and install new signs and playground equipment.Committee meets Thursday to recommendKEY WESTLopez: $1M for Douglass siteArecent survey of Bahama Village residents conducted by the Monroe County Health Department pegged a lack of activities for children as the Old Town Key West neighborhood's primary community issue. Alison Morales, a Florida International Uni-versity doctoral student and Health Department intern, said a major step toward solving the problem would be rehabilitating the Frederick Douglass Community Center at 111 Olivia St. Key West City Commissioner Clayton Lopez, whose District 6 includes Bahama Village, agrees and wants his colleagues to allocate $1 million toward that end. Lopez's office at the Douglass building was redtagged by the city Building Department on Oct. 11 and labeled unfit for occupancy. The building problems are starting to take a toll on the free after-school program held there for neighborhood youngsters. "The kids who go to the Douglass gym after school," Morales said, "they have to go outside and around the building to access the bathrooms. We don't have any supervisors or staff to accompany them." Lopez's suggestion is to fund the first $1 million of the projected $1.54 million Douglass restoration with part of the proceeds from the city's sale of a piece of prime real estate. In October, the commission agreed to sell the land beneath the Pier House's Caribbean Spa to the hotel's parent company for $7.5 million; the property was formerly leased for a below-market $3,600 annually. Lopez said the remainder of the money can come from the Bahama Village's Tax Increment Fund, which raises around $850,000 each year that's reinvested in capital projects in the neighborhood following a review and approval process. Lopez said the Douglass Community Center is "an essential and significant part of the Bahama Village community." Morales received 342 survey responses. The majority of responses were given in face-to-face interviews and the questionnaire was also available online and via paper copies around the neighborhood. Behind a lack of activities for children, the highest priorities identified by survey takers are lack of parking, drug trafficking, trash/littering, police harassment, lack of jobs and property upkeep. The specific item "repair of the Frederick Douglass gym" came in at No. 8.Survey shows it's low on residents' listKEY WEST ISLAND VILLA GENERALCONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATE AND CONSULTATIONWe can build ANYTHING ... COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL 81681 Overseas Hwy. 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Opinion & EditorialWednesday,December 5,2012 Florida Keys Keynoter 8A Letters of local interest are welcome,but subject to editing and condensing.There is a 400-word limit.Letters thanking an indiv idual are welcome.Space does not permit publication of thank-you letters consisting of lists.Letters must be signed.Anonymous letters will not be published.Include a daytime phone number (which will not be published) where you may be reached if there are questions about your correspondence. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . .Editor Kathie Bryan . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. EDITORIALTransparency always goodLETTERS TO THE EDITOREnsure accountabilityThe shopping-center proposal for Rockland Key has been revised to include community needs and now uses the county's Community Center Zoning Overlay zoning. At a Monroe County Planning Commission meeting, the developer surprised community leaders when he balked at funding unspecified community needs, proposing instead to set aside some land. While agreeing to additional floor space, Growth Management Division staff held firm on the funding for community facilities, but planning commissioners approved the resolution without insisting the developer build those facilities. Absent strong will and leadership from Monroe County, this developer's offer of a land set-aside would likely become little more than an open area between buildings with at best a few benches to wait for a bus. Prioritization of community needs and specifications for general-purpose community facilities is not a difficult process and should neither be a show stopper nor an excuse for de-funding. The Monroe County comprehensive plan and Livable CommuniKeys plans encourage development and growth of commercial projects to migrate into community centers that maintain the community character, include a vision developed by the local community, and provide an activity center for the community. As it stands, this resolution fails to capture those needs. Lower Keys residents and county staff worked very hard on our Livable CommuniKeys plan. Going shopping at the mall is not the activity most Lower Keys residents envisioned for our community activity centers. I hope our County Commission will insist that "community center" developments envisioned by the Livable CommuniKeys plans must include the fully funded provision of, and unencumbered use of, a reasonable set of facilities that meet the needs of the impacted community. Bill Hunter Sugarloaf KeyState makes an effort to post countless records online but the results need to be betterSunshine is the best disinfectant, and nothing could use more light than Florida's shady state budget. That's why the Legislature should move forward with creating a website that provides more transparency on public spending. Unfortunately, it appears to be caught in a web of politics -and the clock is ticking on freeing it. As reported by Mary Ellen Klas of the Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald Tallahassee bureau, in 2010 the state began developing a software program called Transparency 2.0 that allows users to instantly access various government databases to see how tax dollars are spent, who requested the money and who ultimately benefits. The features include tracking how much money lobbyists' clients receive from state business, what expenditures were inserted into the budget at the last minute and the status of every sole-source contract. It even shows how much the state and its contractors spend on travel and office supplies and which companies received favorable terms with one agency and less favorable terms with another. Alot of that information already is available, but only if one knows what he or she is looking for and goes searching for it via public records requests. That could take weeks or months. Transparency 2.0 would make it available at the click of a computer mouse and allow users to browse databases. That sounds like an exciting and useful tool, not just for legislators and the media but for any private citizen who wants to keep tabs on his government. Although the program could be a white knight for good government, its origins are a little darker.... Transparency 2.0 now appears to be in limbo. Neither Gov. Rick Scott nor the new House and Senate leaders are embracing it. Senate President Don Gaetz told Klas "it sounds like an orphan nobody wants." Last year, Gaetz was given a demonstration of a beta version of the program, which Gaetz said was "underwhelming." However, the Tampa Bay Times recently requested and received a demonstration of the software, and its editors were impressed. Unfortunately, the contract with Spider Data Systems expires Dec. 31. If it's not renewed, Transparency 2.0 could disappear, despite the fact that the state already has spent $4.5 million to develop it and the program shows potential.... State officials this month need to decide whether to proceed with Transparency 2.0 or to commit to a similar system. They shouldn't just let the issue fall through the cracks.... The News Herald, Panama CityVolunteers essential to preserving FloridaThe holidays are a time of giving and generosity, and International Volunteer Day, which is today, is the day we recognize those who give every day, no matter the season. International Volunteer Day as designated by the United Nations offers an opportunity for volunteer organizations and individual volunteers to be recognized and have their contributions acknowledged at the local, national and international level. In Florida, our environment requires constant attention. With ecosystems as diverse as the Everglades, sinkholes and dune lakes, the state Department of Environmental Protection relies on volunteers to contribute their time and effort to protect the environment and the species within it. Volunteers also play a vital role in spreading the word about what we as individuals can do to keep our lands, our waters, our beaches and our critters healthy. Environmental stewardship centers on knowledge of the environment, the creatures within that environment, and the resources that both need protection and are available to aid in protection. Florida's volunteers provide that, as well. The department's volunteers don't just talk about protecting our resources they lead by example. Through cleanups, data collection, restoration projects, educating the public and more, Florida's volunteers play roles as diverse as our environment. Here's what volunteers with the department contributed to state parks and trails, aquatic preserves, estuarine research reserves, the coral reef program and environmental education in the past year: 7,245 volunteers contributed 1,299,946 hours in Florida's state parks and trails. In the state's three national estuarine research reserves, 1,176 volunteers served a total of 53,045 hours. 431 volunteers contributed 12,753 hours in Florida's five aquatic preserves. The Coral Reef Conservation Program and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary hosted 1,155 volunteers for a total of 15,668 hours. How volunteers contribute: Education. Regularly scheduled education programs at Florida's three national estuarine research reserves are taught by volunteers. Volunteers teach visitors about the habitat, historical and cultural significance of an area, as well as organize star parties, interpretive tours and hikes. The department's Office of Environmental Education also uses volunteers as part of the Learning in Florida's Environment program. Those volunteers have the opportunity to teach middle school students about science, math, engineering and technology in real-world settings such as state parks. Interpretation. Volunteers at the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve lead visitors on guided tours of the area, providing information about the reserve, the ecosystem and the wildlife that live there. Such positions are also available at many Florida state parks. Wildlife surveys. Volunteers have the opportunity to help staff at many coastal state parks and aquatic preserves monitor the nests of sea turtles and shorebirds. These surveys are vital to state and nationwide conservation efforts. Cleanup and maintenance. Volunteers scour Florida's beaches, lakesides and riverbanks during the annual International Coastal Cleanup, and on their weekends as well, in an effort to reduce the amount of trash that accumulates there. Volunteers also help maintain butterfly gardens, nature trails and historic buildings and gardens. Data collection. With more than 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and waterways and nearly 1,200 miles of coastline, monitoring Florida's water-quality requires an enormous amount of resources. Volunteers are vital to the department's efforts in this area. For example, volunteers at Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve collect freshwater marsh hydrologic well data as part of a restoration project and volunteers at six aquatic preserves in Charlotte Harbor sample water quality monthly at 46 sites. Land management. Volunteers help maintain the natural beauty of state conservation lands by assisting staff with tasks such as invasive/exotic plant removal, habitat restoration and controlled burns. Recently, volunteers led the effort to remove invasive hydrilla from the federally designated Wild and Scenic Wekiva River. Visitor services. Volunteers staff the welcome desk at most Florida state park visitor centers and help organize large events such as the Florida Folk Festival at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park. Volunteers also serve as trail guides, docents and campground hosts. Whether they're picking up trash or rescuing baby sea turtles, volunteers are essential to a healthy Florida environment. The additional resources provided by volunteers, combined with our field staff, scientists and engineers, ensure that future generations enjoy and protect our ecosystems. To find out how you can contribute, go to www.dep .state.fl.us.Cherie Graves is with the state Department of Environmental Protection's Office of External Outreach and Public Education in Tallahassee.GUEST COLUMN A Florida Department of Environmental Protection volunteer helps survey the population of striped newts in Central Florida.16 months forillegal lobsteringABig Coppitt Key man who once served as a state advisor on commercial lobster diving was sentenced Nov. 28 to 16 months in federal prison for years of illegal lobstering. Manuel Ravelo Jr., 40, also forfeited his boat and lobster-diving licenses, and will be placed on probation after his release. Ravelo previously pleaded guilty on a federal charge of illegally taking lobster from artificial habitats found within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. "Ravelo engaged in the illegal harvest of spiny lobster over a multi-year period, extending from as early as August 2007 through approximately March 2009," according to a statement from Wilfredo Ferrer, U.S. attorney for South Florida. "Court records reflect that Ravelo's involvement in the scheme was valued at approximately $390,000 in retail value." According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Ravelo regularly visited illegal underwater structures known as casitas and often exceeded the daily commercial bag limit of 250 lobster. He falsely attributed portions of his catch to other fishermen. As part of his plea agreement, Ravelo worked with federal officers and used his own boat and money to remove more than 200 illegal habitats from sanctuary waters. The investigation involved several state and federal fisheries agencies. In 2005, Ravelo was named to a state lobster advisory panel helping the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on an overhaul of state lobstering rules. He later was booted as the panel's commercialdiving representative for missing too many meetings. Ravelo was arrested on a state misdemeanor count in late 2007 for possessing artificial-reef materials on the water. FWC officers said they found a large number of steel rods and a sledgehammer aboard Ravelo's boat during an inspection. He reportedly refused to divulge the purpose of the building materials. After numerous motions and hearings in the materials case, Ravelo pleaded guilty in February 2011. U.S. District Judge Jose Martinez imposed the sentence in Key West federal court.Ravelo also gave up boat and licensesIN THE COURTSif she was their own. Their son has been her best friend forever," he said. "The family is phenomenal." Scott said the family was beloved in the community, always willing to lend a hand. He said he had no idea before the tragedy how involved his sister was in Eureka. "Whether you knew them or not, they were so immersed in the community," he said. "Everyone just loved them. Anything that was going on, they were there. She was my sister and I didn't even know half of the things she was involved in; she just went about it quietly." Scott said the family loved animals and kept a wide variety of them on their "several acres" of land. That includes a "ton of chickens," whose eggs the Kuljians sold to give the money to charity, he said. The family also had a pair of Tibetan yaks that the local zoo is attempting to adopt, Scott said. "They made an offer that if they want to donate them, they'll put a plaque memorializing the family," he said. Meanwhile, friends of Geddie have established a memorial "Wear Green For Geddie" page on Facebook to show their support. His girlfriend apparently witnessed the incident along with Olivia. Scott's friends have also been reaching out to him, flooding his Facebook page with thoughts and prayers. He told said he used to put little stock in such sentiments, but reconsidered in the wake of his sister's, brother-in-law's and nephew's deaths. "When it was turned around on me and when I saw the outpouring, what a comfort that was. I know how important now it is to do that," he said. Scott has been with the family in California since Friday and was slated to arrive back in the Keys Tuesday evening.Family loved'From Scott,1AKeynoter Staff www.keysnet.com www.keysnet.com www.keysnet.com


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The Dora guitar is too loud, the group said, and tested slightly above the limit that hearing experts recommend. The dragster car has small rubber traction bands on the wheels that could be a choking hazard, and a too-tiny warning label. Compared to previous years, lead and other toxins were less a concern, thanks to a 2008 product safety law that ushered in stricter limits on metals and chemicals in toys. Instead, much of the focus was on small magnet toys and jewelry. PIRG cited government estimates of 1,700 emergency room visits between 2009 and 2011 involving the ingestion of high-powered magnets. Most of the cases involved children between 4 and 12 years old. Older children have accidentally ingested the balls while trying to mimic tongue piercings. The magnets, such as the ones in the popular Buckyball desktop toys, can cling together if swallowed, pinch internal tissue and lead to serious injuries. This summer, the Consumer Product Safety Commission sued New York-based Maxfield and Oberton, the maker of the Buckyball desktop toys, to stop their sale. The finger-play toys are designed for adults, but CPSC said it was seeing too many injuries involving children. Maxfield has maintained the toys are for adults, marketed to adults and carry clear warning labels but it announced last month that it would stop making the Buckyball series. CPSC is considering a ban on similar magnet sets. PIRG found one toy that violated the new stricter lead limits. It found no toys or jewelry that exceeded the voluntary industry limits for cadmium. Both metals can delay brain development in children, leading to learning disabilities. PIRG also did not find phthalates chemicals that are used to make plastic products softer but can cause health problems above the federal standard in the toys it tested.Lead, toxins down the list of concernsBy JENNIFER C.KERRAssociated PressCONSUMERS Business AP photo by J.SCOTT APPLEWHITEThe U.S.Public Interest Research Group has released its 27th annual Trouble in Toyland'report on hazardous toys.Shown are small toys that pose a choking hazard, loud toys that threaten children's hearing,and toy magnets that can cause serious internal injury.Deadline approaches to file claimsFlorida borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure between Jan. 1, 2008, and Dec. 31, 2011, who might be eligible for payment under a $25 billion national mortgage foreclosure settlement must file their claim by Jan. 18. Eligible borrowers had mortgages serviced by Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo, the nation's five largest mortgage servicers. All agreed to the settlement with the federal government and attorneys general for 49 states and the District of Columbia. The settlement, which took effect in April, earmarks about $1.5 billion in payments for 2 million borrowers nationwide who lost their homes to foreclosure during that period and had their loan serviced by one of the settling servicers. If you used any of the five and were foreclosed, you should have already received a claims form. They can be filed at www.nationalmort gagesettlement.com. Payment checks are expected to be mailed in mid-2013. Borrowers who believe they may have missed their claim form because they recently moved can contact the settlement administration at (866) 430-8358. The information line is staffed business hours on weekdays. Eligible borrowers do not need to prove financial harm to receive a payment, nor do they give up rights to pursue alawsuit against their mortgage servicer or to participate in the Independent Foreclosure Review Process, which is being conducted by federal bank regulators.Foreclosed borrowers may be eligibleCONSUMERS Graphic by DALLAS MORNING NEWSBUSINESS BRIEFSKnowles promoted to finance chiefLisa Knowles has been promoted to executive director of the Finance Division in the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, replacing Amy Heavilin. Heavilin, who had led the division, was elected this year as Monroe County's clerk of the courts. She replaces Danny Kolhage, who was clerk for three decades and is now a member of the County Commission.Grady promoted at CentennialCentennial Bank in Marathon has promoted Melissa Grady to vice president/market retail leader for the Middle Keys. Grady joined Centennial in January 2009 as an assistant vice president and business development officer following years of lending experience in the Keys. She's active with several community organizations Seminar deadline is this FridayThe Key West Chamber of Commerce hosts a seminar focusing on customer service from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 13 at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort. Led by Elisa Levy, it will include information on having a great attitude, turning an unhappy customer around, listening effectively and handling the most difficult customers. RSVPis due by this Friday. Cost for chamber members is $64 per person. For others, it's $84. To find out more, call 294-2587.Chamber Christmas party at BoondocksThe Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce has its annual Christmas party on Dec. 19 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Boondocks Grille & Drafthouse on Ramrod Key, mile marker 27.5. Reservations are required and the cost is $30 per person. Call 872-2411 to make reservations.Fiscal cliff makes forchallengeIn more than 35 years as a certified public accountant, Greg Sevier said this year has probably been the most challenging one in which to do tax planning for clients. "Until the last few years, most tax reform usually occurred enough in advance to have a better chance to plan for the future," said Sevier, managing partner of accounting firm Peterson, Peterson & Goss. "These last few years have been unusual?... but I think this year certainly has the largest number of items for which we are uncertain. This has probably created as much uncertainty as what I've seen." The "this" to which Sevier referred is a series of tax cuts set to expire this year, combined with cuts in a number of programs funded through the federal government. Known as the "fiscal cliff" the package of impending tax increases includes higher federal income tax rates and increasing rates on capital gains and dividends. It also includes the expiration of a number of tax-reduction provisions for businesses and the end of measures that lowered taxes on many gifts and estates. Tax accounting chiefs said the general expectation is that last-minute action by Congress and President Obama will stave off the effects of the fiscal cliff. "But really nobody knows," said Steve Houlik, executive vice president at Allen, Gibbs & Houlik. Lori Davis, Wichita office managing partner for Grant Thornton, said they are calling the coming tax event, "taxmageddon" at her office. Davis and her peers said the uncertainty of what will happen with various credits and tax rates is making it difficult to plan intelligently on the tax front. "It's hard and it's frustrating, but we are running kind of different models and doing different projections," Davis said. "We have no idea for sure whether [Congress and the president] are going to do anything before the end of the year." In some cases, tax accountants such as Davis are presenting different planning strategies for clients. Others are basing their planning largely on the assumption that the exemptions will be allowed to expire and the higher rates will take effect. "I think the big word here is uncertainty and you'd better take advantage" of the exemptions and credits that are in place now, Sevier said. Houlik of AGH said fiscal cliff issues make some of the guidelines that are generally followed all but useless. "It used to be?... the name of the game was accelerate expenses and defer income," Houlik said. "Now, it's just the opposite. (But) it's so individualistic. Most tax questions are so fact specific you have to look at each individual company and each specific situation." Some of the key exemptions for business owners and partners set to expire after the 2012 tax year are the estate and gift tax exemptions on mostly non-cash items, such as business ownerships and real estate ownerships, the level of which is set to fall from $5 million to $1 million.Taxmageddon' causing all kinds of woesJERRY SEIBENMARKWichita EagleTAXES KNOWLES GRADY


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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 5,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Sent from Santa Claus If you're sending out holiday greetings,why not make them season-specific? Story, 4B Festival of Lights Hanukkah starts on Saturday.B'nai Zion in Key West celebrates,as do hipsters.Stories, 3B B Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle Conchs win own mat tournamentAs the Key West Highdominated wrestling tournament wound down Saturday afternoon on a red-and-gray mat taped to the floor of the Bobby Menendez Gym, two grimacing heavyweights went at it like bucking bulls in front of charged-up spectators.At 237 pounds was Key West's Kenneth "K.C." Sagan; at 251 was Doral Academy's Lance Ballester. Both are football players. Ballester almost had a pin, but then Sagan turned the tables as his teammates clapped and chanted, "Pin! Pin! Pin!" and coaches Chaz Jimenez and Brian Flanigan screamed, "Tripod! Tripod!" and "On your knees!" words Sagan could barely decipher through his ear protectors. When Sagan finally pinned Ballester's shoulders to the mats, the gym erupted. While Sagan, his own thick shoulders glistening with sweat, basked in the ensuing adulation, he was asked the difference between wrestling and football. "Wrestling is so much harder," he said. Sagan's victory he was 2-2 for the day was one of many for the Conchs, who went 5-0 in the annual Key West Duals, also defeating American Heritage Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Archbishop Curley and Coral Shores. Coral Shores went 1-3-1, defeating Curley and tying Doral. It was an impressive debut for the Conchs'Chase Kelley, the friendly 180pound transfer from suburban Detroit, who went 4-0. Kelley, who lives on Big Pine, displayed a personality as impressive as his talent.Of his teammates, he said, "I love em the coolest guys ever. Here I am the new guy, and I feel like I've been here for four years."The top three veteran Conch wrestlers 106pound Angelo Guieb, 145pound Andrew Calderwood and 152-pound John Piraino all went undefeated, with Calderwood, a returning state qualifier, recording four pins.Tyler Jones and Ivan Demier were also undefeated, while Trey Brisley and John Pozzi went 3-1. The day was thoroughly enjoyed by Key West senior Haralds Krumholcs, who would still be on the team had he not broken his neck in a match last season. "Just had an X-ray," he said with a smile. "It's good."Canes resultsTwo Coral Shores High wrestlers went undefeated Friday in Key West and another came within secondsHurricanes finish with 1-3-1 recordBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorPREP WRESTLINGPhoto by BERT BUDDEConch wrestler John Pozzi waits for the referee to call his pin of a Boca Raton opponent during Saturday's Key West Duals.Ismer's 23 leads the HurricanesAbig 23-point game from big center Will Ismer powered Coral Shores High to a 53-50 basketball win over St. Brendan at home Monday. "I hope we can keep this win streak going," head coach Bruce Teachey said after the Hurricanes moved to 2-1. Ismer, a 6-foot-8 senior, owned the paint against St. Brendan's Sabres. "We really pounded the ball inside to Ismer," Teachey said. St. Brendan "had no one to match up with his size." When not getting to the hoop, Ismer delivered on 8of-14 free throws."It was tight game throughout," Teachey said. "No team led by more than two possessions the entire game."In a contest where every bucket was needed, forward Alberto Anderson hit for seven points, and Richard Jacobson connected on two 3-pointers for his six points. Terrell Taylor scored four. "The floor leadership of [point guard] Addison DumaKenny was excellent," said the coach. "He played the entire game." Coral Shores plays a 7 p.m. Friday home game against Terra Institute (JVat 5:30 p.m.). Westwood Christian visits Dec. 10. Coral Shores'girls basketball team (0-2) travels to St. Brendan on Thursday.All needed in 53-50 win over SabresCORAL SHORES BASKETBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comLady Conchs ride 3-game win streakPlaying solid defense and executing corner kicks, the Key West High School girls soccer team won two games on the state's west coast over the weekend and came home with a three-game winning streak, its longest of the season.The Conchs defeated Naples Barron Collier, 4-2, Friday night, and downed South Fort Myers, 3-1, Saturday afternoon. In the first game, Caila DeAbreu, Libby Isherwood and Lauren Schoneck scored goals for the Conchs, and the fourth went in off a Barron Collier player. "We rose to the occasion" the Conchs trailed, 2-0, early and were down, 2-1, at the half "and played some nice soccer," said coach Scott Paul. "It was a very physical, aggressive game, but we kept our heads about us." Keeper Angela Martin returned to the nets after missing two games because of a concussion. On Saturday, the Conchs played without DeAbreu, who had a swollen ankle from the night before. Isherwood knocked in a penalty kick early in the game and then Schoneck took over. "She was phenomenal charging in on the back side," Paul said of Schoneck, who scored on corner kicks from Isherwood and Adriana Garcia. One was a spectacular header.Key West improved to 5-6 and will try to go over .500 this weekend with District 163Agames against Stranahan (at 4 Friday) and Dillard (at 2 Saturday) at Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium."We've solved our defensive problems, we're putting pressure on the offensive end and the goals have started coming," Paul said.Squad hosting Stranahan, then DillardBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCER Dolphins split twoThe Marathon High School boys soccer team split a pair of home matches Friday and Monday against Coral Springs Charter and Archimedean Charter schools.The Dolphins defeated Coral Springs, 2-0, on Friday before falling to Archimedean, 3-2, in a match that could conservatively be described as physical.On Friday, the Dolphins and Coral Springs were tied at the half before coach Jim Murphy switched some positions around during break to get the offense rolling. "We were able to find the back of the net 4:30 into the send half," he said. Dylan Neary made a nice run from the center of the field, took a pass from Riley Durkin and beat the goalie to the far post to give Marathon a 1-0 lead.At the 23:00 mark, Neary had the ball around the right corner and centered it to Frankie Gonzalez just outside the 18-yard box. Gonzalez took a one-touch right-footed shot that beat the goalie in the upper left corner."Our team came out in the second half and finished the ball. We have been having problems with scoring all season and have been constantly switching players positions and formations to find the right formula for our team," Murphy said.Goalie Raymond Crespo got his first shutout of the season, stepping out of the net to stop possible breakaways."On the defensive side, we have found four to five solid defenders which allowsYellow cards accumulate in 2nd gameBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON SOCCERSee Dolphins,2BSailfish are tightening lines offshoreSailfishing is very good these days, evidenced by the 157 releases from 25 boats during the 49th annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament. The first leg of the Florida Keys Gold Cup Sailfish Championship, this three-day event attracts premier sailfish anglers from the Keys and beyond. Live baiting is the way to go on the deeper edge of the reef. But if you find ballyhoo on the reef edge, you'll find sailfish spraying them. Mixed in with the sails are increasing numbers of kingfish plus blackfin tuna and dolphin. Reef fishing is consistent in the 50to 70-foot depth ranges, with yellowtail snapper providing lots of action. Plus, the occasional mutton snapper is showing up in the yellowtail slicks. Fishing shallower on the patch reefs produces plenty of all the snapper and mackerel species along with red and gag grouper. On the deeper edge of the reef, black grouper are making their presence known. In and around Hawk Channel, there is a huge variety of fish for the taking all the groupers and snappers, cero and Spanish mackerel, hogfish, Florida pompano, yellowjacks and the list goes on and on. The coral heads in this area are your target venues, with shrimp and small pilchards or pinfish the baits of choice. This action is tremendous for families as the rods are bent nearly the entire trip.If you're new to our fishing waters, I encourage you to get a fish identification and catch regulations chart; it can get quite confusing with several species of fish appearing very similar. For example, lane snapper and mutton snapper look a lot alike but the size limits are vastly different. Lanes need only be 8 inches, while a keeper mutton must be 16 inches. Should the winds prevent you from venturing out to the reef, try fishing the local bridges and bay areas. These sites have really come alive with mangroves, surprisinglyBridges,bay also provide good catchesFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS Chris Johnson Captain'sColumn The Shore crew shows its catch after its first of two days of fishing with SeaSquared Charters.They spent the day in the Gulf and caught cobia and mangrove snapper.See Fishing,2BSee Wrestling,2B


Ricky Ceja, who has been leading our defense, to get back into his normal position in the center of the field. With Ricky back at center midfield, our time of possession and offensive opportunities greatly increase, Murphy said. On Monday, the Dolphins fell behind 2-0 at the half, and surrendered another goal just moments into the second half to go down 3-0. But Durkin answered back within 30 seconds, fielding a through ball and beating the goalie to the low left post on a breakaway. From there the game got chippy, as the two sides accumulated a number of yellow cards for physical play. Both sides were visibly upset with a referee crew that appeared to miss several offside and other calls. Ceja made it 3-2 around the 34:00 mark of the second half, on a beautiful right-footed shot from the left side of the field around 35 yards out. The ball curved away from the goalie and into the right corner of the net. The Dolphins had several more scoring chances in the final minutes, but were unable to capitalize. Marathon (4-3-2) is scheduled to visit Keys Gate Charter School today at 4 p.m. in Homestead. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,December 5,2012 George M. Botelho, M.D.Diplomate American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Fellow American Academy of Othopaedic Surgeons Fellow North American Spine Society 305-743-4005Medicare & Most Major Insurances Accepted Languages Spoken Spanish, Russian, Portuguese large yellowtails and plenty of cero and Spanish mackerel to keep everyone entertained.This past week, we went as far as the 10to 12-foot depths in the bay to find cero and Spanish mackerel, but they should be pulling back in closer to shore soon. Live shrimp, small pilchards or pinfish work well. Farther offshore in the Gulf, there are reports of 30-plus-pound kingfish as well as cobia and lots of mangrove snapper.The weeks bestCapt. Jeff Shelar, of Catch-Em-All Charters docked at Captain Pips Marina and Hideaway in Marathon, spent the week fishing inshore with good action on all the snapper varieties along with red grouper.The SeaSquared crew, now docked at Captain Pips, had fun dodging the wind last week to put our clients on some fish.Four members of the Shore clan met up in Marathon and fished two days with us. On day one, we hit the Gulf and were rewarded with a limit of big mangroves and nice cobia. The second day was spent on the Atlantic side with another limit of snapper and a red grouper.We finished out the week fishing four more groups in various spots near the Seven Mile Bridge, with limits of mangroves and yellowtails coming back to the dock.Capt. Moe Mottice, of Moes Custom Charters in Key West, had success with dolphin and sailfish by trolling ballyhoo in 200 feet of water. In Hawk Channel, he put his anglers on mangroves, yellowtails, mackerel and grouper. And up on the flats, the sharks and mackerel were eating cut bonito and chunks of barracuda.Casting contestCapt. Spiders Casting for Charity returns Thursday to the 7 Mile Marina/Saltys Waterfront Grill, mile marker 47 bayside in Marathon. The contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and benefits the Domestic Abuse Shelter. Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of Captain Pips Marina and Hideaway Marathon. You can reach him at 7435305, Sea Squared@bellsouth.net and www.Sea SquaredCharters.com.Charterboats fill their coolersFrom Fishing,1BSome calls questionableFrom Dolphins,1B of remaining unbeaten.J.D. Mulkeen, a senior at 160 pounds, and sophomore 220-pounder Chris Perez each were 5-0 among. Sterling HillRidgeway at 195 posted a 4-1 record, losing only a close one in last seconds, said Joe Biondoletti, coaching the Cane squad with Tom Milkovich.Hill-Ridgeways loss was to Kelley, who won by decision. Hill looked dejected afterward, even after his mother kissed the back of his neck before scurrying back into the stands. As a team, the Hurricanes went 1-3-1 in the hectic day. Coral Shores topped Curley, 52-12, and tied Doral, 42-42. The Canes lost to host Key West, 63-12; to Boca Raton, 40-24; and to American Heritage, 52-30. We wrestled all our kids in this tournament so a lot of our more experienced kids wrestled up a weight class to give our young kids some experience, Biondoletti said. This is a young team but very physical with a lot of muscle in our upper weight classes. J.P. Perrotti and Ryan Hunter each wrestled a heavier weight class all day, each scoring one win. They would have had more wins at their regular class, Biondoletti said. Coral Shores heads back to the practice room until a Dec. 12 trip to Westminster Christian.Conchs dominate own tournamentFrom Wrestling,1B Dolphins still looking fora winTurnovers and missed free throws equaled a lot of points left on the table and a 57-32 boys basketball loss Friday for Marathon High School.Florida Christians pressure defense forced the Dolphins into 28 turnovers, as the Patriots built a 15-1 lead after one quarter from which Marathon couldnt recover.Coach Kevin Freeman said the DolphinsDistrict 16 opponent beat them in all aspects of the game. He said the boys struggled with the Patriotsbig men, which included 6-foot-9-inch and 6foot-7-inch players.We just didnt play well from the get-go. They were pressing and our starting guards had 15 turnovers between them. We could never find a rhythm and got to the line and just couldnt take advantage of it, Freeman said.The Dolphins missed 18 free throws, shooting just 14for-32 from the charity stripe. Their defense was really good. They sped us up and we got impatient and tried to do too much with passes and started taking some bad shots, Freeman said. Marathon (0-3) played much better the rest of the way, but couldnt do enough to close the gap. The Dolphins trailed 29-11 at halftime and were outscored 28-21 in the second half. At the half, I didnt think we were out of it. We played better in the third in the fourth, but still turned the ball over a lot. They outscored us by seven in the second half, Freeman said. Hopefully we can rebound from this; we have another district game against Palmer, who I think we can play with. That game against the Falcons was scheduled for Tuesday, but results were not available at press time. Against the Patriots, Nelson Rojas led the team with 12 points and six rebounds, while Cooper Chaplin had eight points and three rebounds. Senior Pat Ryan hauled in 11 rebounds. The Dolphins are scheduled to host Keys Gate Charter School at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON BASKETBALLHurricanes sweep Keys GateThe Hurricane defense clamped down to ensure Coral Shores Highs first boys soccer victory of the season Friday, 2-0 over visiting Keys Gate Charter. Our defense did a phenomenal job, head coach Jorge Bosque said. Jimmy Rhyne at sweeper was directing things. Veterans Nick Hortensi and Steven Chadwick were joined by rookie fullback Jonathan Mitjans on the defensive end of the field. Keys Gate got just three shots on goal, with Cane goalies Sal Barrios and Graham Miller preserving the shutout. A.J. Paterson put the Hurricanes in front with a left-footed score off a cross. Later, Paul Pauchey followed a Hurricane shot and scored off the rebound by the Keys Gate net minder. Coral Shores took a 1-2 record to St. Brendan earlier this week (results pending at press time.) In a 6 p.m. home game today, Coral Shores plays Terra Institute. The Canes stay in Tavernier for a 5:30 p.m. Thursday match against Florida Christian. Meanwhile, Coral Shores girls soccer squad rolled to a 7-0 win over Keys Gate on Friday. Senior Iris Dunn scored four goals as the Canes improved to 2-1.The Cane girls play Keys Gate at 4 p.m. today, and Keys Gate at 3:30 p.m. Thursday. Both games are home.CORAL SHORES SOCCERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Coral Shores defender Jonathan Mitjans (8) exchanges kicks with a Keys Gate attacker in the Hurricanes2-0 win Friday.Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWSaunders wins it for the ConchsJust before 11 Saturday morning, under a huge dome of blue sky, a driving Griffin Saunders, a forward on the Key West High boys soccer team, dribbled through a couple of Coral Springs defenders and kicked the ball into the net for what would be the games only goal. Watching nearby, leaning on the rail of the thinly populated (mostly with parents) Tommy Roberts Stadium bleachers was Bobby Saunders, the players father and a notable mentor of soccer goalkeepers. He was very determined, he said of his sons first goal this season. Tenacity will win games.The goal came just before the end of the first half, and set up a back-and-forth second half that had Conch coach Rob Eggers (Its sheer luck that were winning) pleading to his players to race back on defense. Eggershair was disheveled in the breeze and, into his dress slacks, was tucked a red-and-white Conch shirt on which was stitched Coach Eggers.Theyre moving and were not, he said at one point, causing tank-topped Orion Jones, who did not play because of an injured hip, to remind him, Eggers, were winning. Eggers, who is in his early 50s and in his second season as coach, proved adept at multi-tasking.He talked on his cell phone. He barked instructions (Stick with 46 ... Robert, take him). And, turning toward his subs, seamlessly segued into, Hey, guys, fill up the water bottles.In goal for the Conchs was junior Gavin Mock, settling into his unexpected role as keeper. When he jumped high to the crossbar to make a save, the fans rewarded him with polite applause, as they did every time he caught the ball.Late in the game, the tenacity of Roberto Remercy and Alex Cabrera helped Key West keep the visitors at bay, and, shortly after Saunders mis-kicked what would have been his second goal, the game ended. Not too many played well today, said Eggers, whose team improved to 2-41 and will host Stranahan at 6 p.m. Friday and Dillard at 4 Saturday. After the teams shook hands, Griffin Saunders, who is 17 with a hint of a beard, explained his moment in the sun: It was a 50-50 ball to start with. On a play like that, youve really got to want it. You go and hope.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCERPhoto by BERT BUDDEKey Wests Griffin Saunders takes a shot that would sail wide of the goal and Coral Springskeeper Saturday morning. Earlier,Saunders scored the games only goal. Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYMarathons Ariel Rodriguez tries to outrun a defender during a 3-2 loss Monday to Archimedean Charter School.The Dolphins defeated Coral Springs Charter Friday and are now 4-3-2.Lady Dolphins fall in lopsided lossThe Marathon High School girls basketball team lost its most consistent player to injury Friday, and with her a chance to beat visiting Florida Christian School in a District 16 matchup at the Kay Gradick Gymnasium. Shooting guard Jessica Forest left early in the first quarter with a knee injury, and coach Leslie Lindsey said the team struggled in her absence. The Patriots defeated the Dolphins, 50-33. It didnt turn out the way we hoped. It hurt to have Jessica out with an injury early in the game. Shes been our MVPfor the last two years, Lindsey said. Weve got some other players that step into her spot when shes out, but theyre not as experienced yet. Point guard JohnNisha Qualls led the Dolphins (1-3) with 14 points, while Gardine Raymond added nine. Amanda Davis and Yailin Nieda each had five. But it wasnt enough to stick with the Patriots, whose point guard, Nicole Jimenez, gave the Dolphins fits defensively en route to a 21-point effort. Marathon trailed 25-12 at the half, and made a few baskets early in the third to put a dent in the Florida Christian lead. But Jimenez scored 12 points in the third alone, and the Patriots went on a run and led 44-24 after the third. It wasnt really enough. They move the ball really well and we werent effective defensively against their point guard, Lindsey said. The girls are slated to host Keys Gate Charter School Thursday at 4 p.m.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON BASKETBALLConch basketball squads split at SabresThe Key West High School boys and girls basketball teams traveled with mixed results to Miami over the weekend for District 16-4Agames at St. Brendan. Friday night, the Conch boys won, 59-56, in overtime, but on Saturday night, the Conch girls lost, 51-35. Because of academic issues and injuries, boys coach Anton Lopez took only eight players. Still, the Conchs improved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the district and, over two seasons, have won 18 of 19 games. Two players not far removed from the football season led the way. Elliott Valdez scored 20 points and Donald Roberts scored 16. The Sabres forced the overtime when they scored with 1.5 seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 49-49.The Conchs led twice in the overtime by five points because of three-pointers by Valdez and Roberts. Valdez, however, missed two free throws to give St. Brendan a final chance with 6.5 seconds left. We pressed them and they took a three-point shot that missed, Lopez said. Luis Acosta had 13 points, Daniel Thompson scored eight and Miguel Rivera added two. For the second game in a row, the Conch girls lost because of poor free-thrown shooting they missed 16. For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com .By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST BASKETBALL


Wednesday,December 5,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Living Boat parades start SaturdayIf it's December, it's time for the Florida Keys' annual Christmas boat parades. Following is a rundown: Saturday, 5 p.m., Boot Key Harbor Lighted Christmas Boat Parade, Marathon. Best viewing sites include Lazy Days South, Marathon Marina, Sombrero Dockside Lounge and Burdine's Waterfront, around mile markers 47 to 50. Saturday, 7 p.m., Key Largo Boat Parade on Blackwater Sound. Best viewing is at Sundowners, Jimmy Johnson's Big Chill, Senor Frijoles, the Marriott Key Largo Bay Resort and Caribbean Club, all at mile markers 103 and 104. Sunday, 6 p.m., Key Colony Beach Lighted Boat Parade. Best viewing is from the Sadowski Causeway at mile marker 53.5 and the dock area behind City Hall and the post office. Dec. 15, 7 p.m., Lower Keys Lighted Boat Parade. Best viewing is from the Pine Channel Causeway on U.S. 1 or Parrotdise Waterfront Bar & Grille, 183 Barry Ave. on Little Torch Key. Dec. 15, 8 p.m., Schooner Wharf Bar & Galley/Ultimat Vodka Lighted Boat Parade. Best viewing is any waterfront bar or restaurant along Key West Harbor and the historic seaport.Five planned throughout Florida KeysHOLIDAY HAPPENINGSHow do hipsters mark Hanukkah? IronicallyThese are a few of Chicky Winkleman's favorite Hanukkah things: Ironic, ugly sweaters adorned with stars of David, his roommate's Christmas tree and making latkes, alone in the afternoon. The vegetarian living in Burlington, Vt., knows of what he speaks when it comes to marking the eight-day holiday hipster-style. He's cofounder with older brother Duckie of www.hipster jew.com which ran a makeyour-own menorah contest last year and enjoys about 50,000 page views a month, presumably among likeminded young Jews. Hanukkah, an eight-day holiday that starts Saturday, marks the rededication of the Temple of Jerusalem after its defilement by Antiochus of Syria. It's also called the Festival of Lights. The problem with hipster Hanukkah, said Winkleman, whose given name is Charles, is once you identify out loud as a hipster, you've likely lost the descriptor for life. But the preschool teacher who dabbles in standup comedy sees a variety of differences between regular Hanukkah and a hipster's touch. On food: "There are latkes but it's usually never with people. I'm usually alone making latkes one day. It's a little depressing, but it has to be to get the true hipster Jew Hanukkah experience. It's gotta be a little bit lonely." On the emerging tradition of ugly Hanukkah sweaters (see www.Geltfiend.com ): "The sweaters are a way for us to get involved with the whole Christmas celebration but still separate ourselves from it." They come with tars of David and menorahs inside brown circles that look like chocolate gelt. On an idea his brother (real name Ari) is working on: "You know those big saint candles? He's working on a Jewish version with Woody Allen and, I don't know, maybe Barbra Streisand." Fedoras for yarmulkes, Fair Trade olive oil or candles via the wax of locally sourced bees there are lots of ways to pull off a hipster's Hanukkah, even if you're not an active member of the tribe's subset. Or a tribesman of any kind. Sage Saturn, 22, puts the "ish" in Jewish. He's fresh out of college, not a Jew but hangs out with many and works as a graphic designer for www .Moderntribe.com a site loaded with ways to dive into hipster Hanukkah. "I think more people like me are into exploring what they don't know," said Saturn, who dumped his hard-to-spell real names for two way-cool made-up ones. Among his favorite Hanukkah things: Amenorah made of recycled bicycle chain. Saturn's boss, Moderntribe co-founder Jennie Rivlin Roberts, sees a whole lot of hipster in what she sells. There's an insulated wine bottle holder made to look like a paper bag and a two-for-one deal on those boxes of word fridge magnets one with Yiddish poetry and the other for bike lovers (hipsters love their fixies). At 55, Shel Horowitz is more hippie than hipster. The expert on green and ethical marketing hipped up his Hanukkah more than a decade ago, when he moved with his wife and two small kids into a 1743 farmhouse in the western Massachusetts town of Hadley."We have beautiful starry skies," he said. "We light four menorahs, put them in different windows and walk around the outside of the house to look at them while singing Oh Chanukah.'It's just a special thing we do as a family."His kids, now 19 and 24, still make their way home for the annual walk around the house. For Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, you can find the Horowitzes up a mountain and in a stream near their solarized colonial. Rafi Samuels-Schwartz, managing editor of the 'zine Heeb, "the new Jew review," has a few thoughts on hipster Hanukkah: "Jewish hipsters make their latkes out of organic, locally sourced potatoes from their CSAof choice," he wryly observed. "They can go with standard recipes, or think globally with Mexican, Indian or Korean versions." "While averse to wearing yarmulkes themselves, hipsters make sure their pets are dressed appropriately. That said, those Hanukkah sweaters from Geltfiend are pretty great." "Forget AChristmas Story'or It's a Wonderful Life,'" urged SamuelsSchwartz. "Jewish hipsters watch Hanukkah horror movies," he said, with fans of the genre anxiously anticipating the slasher "Hanukkah." "Until the day Hanukkah' is actually made, they usually stick with Jonathan Kesselman's The Hebrew Hammer,'" he said. As for the actual Festival of Lights, said SamuelsSchwartz: "For a while, Jewish hipsters celebrated Festivus, but it's just become way too commercial. Now they just celebrate Christmas."Watching film Hebrew Hammer' among the ritesBy LEANNE ITALIEAssociated PressHANUKKAH Kenny Wexler (left) and Bounce Margil ready Congregation B'nai Zion's giant menorah for Hanukkah candle-lightings for the Jewish Festival of Lights,an eight-day holiday that starts Saturday.Saturday's lighting is at 7 p.m.and Sunday's goes along with a 6 p.m.Hanukkah party.The synagogue is at 750 United St.,Key West.Call 294-3437 for more information. Photo courtesy ASSOCIATED PRESSThis is what a hipster Hanukkah might look like.Note the clothing designs. 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 Keynoter photo by KATHIE BRYANColdwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate in Marathon has become a go-to place for the holidays,with Santa,treats,lights and more.Saturday was the day when kids,their parents and others turned out to celebrate the season.SANTA AT SCHMITT D KEYSNET.COM LIVING BRIEFSLodges team up for children's giftsThe Marathon Moose Lodge, Disabled American Veterans and American Legion have teamed up to take 14 Grace Jones Daycare children shopping at Kmart for Christmas. Every child involved gets to spend $100. Each Lodge has raised money for the shopping, which is planned for Sunday starting at 9 a.m. That's when, at the Marathon Moose, the children and their guardian(s) will be treated to breakfast, a visit with Santa and receive a small gift. At 10:30, everyone heads out to Kmart, which is giving the kids a 20 percent discount.Anchors Aweigh hosts yard saleThe Anchors Aweigh club, a 12-step group, has its annual yard sale and silent auction set for 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the space formerly occupied by Fast Buck Freddie's, 500 Duval St., Key West. Auction items will be previewed Friday and the actual auction is on Saturday. Some of the items donated include stays at guesthouses, restaurant and spa gift certificates, art by local artists, boat trips, and dental and medical services. For further information call 304-7711.Songwriter Bern plays free concertSinger, songwriter and author Dan Bern plays a free concert tonight at the amphitheater in Islamorada's Founders Park, mile marker 87.Hosted by Islamorada Community Entertainment, the concert starts at 7:30 p.m. ICE President Dave Feder says Bern is a "modern-day cross between Bob Dylan and the great folk singer Woody Guthrie."Montessori shows holiday moviesMontessori Children's School of Key West is hosting a holiday movie night at its campus, 1221 Varela St., Friday at 5:30 p.m. Ashort film will lead into the featured presentation of "The Polar Express." Entry is $5, which includes pizza, popcorn and drinks. Bring a blanket and a mug for hot chocolate. Santa will also make an appearance for photos for $10; bring your own camera. Celebrate at B'nai ZionHanukkah,the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights,begins on Saturday with the lighting of the first candle in the menorah. Key West's Congregation B'nai Zion,founded in 1887 and thus the oldest Jewish synagogue in South Florida,celebrates the initial lighting at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6) at the synagogue,750 United St. The community is also invited to the lighting of the second candle followed by a Hanukkah dinner and celebration beginning at 6 p.m.Sunday.The party will feature traditional food,and guests are invited to bring along their own menorahs and three candles to light before the meal. There is no charge for the plaza menorah-lightings;the Sunday dinner and festivities are $25 for adults and $10 for children under 12,with little ones under 3 free. For additional information,call Alan Solomon at 849-9001.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,December 5,2012 PIRATES INVADE Keynoter photos by D.MINA FALCIANIPirates took over Fort Zachary Taylor State Park in Key West over the weekend,bringing a light-hearted and informative look at the life and times of the ignoble profession during the fort's annual three-day pirate invasion.There were live battles,sword play,demonstrations of crafting skills and vendors.A highlight was the firing of cannons in mock battle. The fort,when active,was a stronghold for the U.S.in the Civil War and Spanish-American War. Postmark it with flairWant to make your holiday greeting a little special, something that will keep yours in your friends'and loved ones' memories longer than others they get? All it takes is a postmark. U.S. Postal Service customers who want to have holiday cards or letters postmarked from post offices with holiday-related names to keep for themselves or to share with friends can write to the post offices directly. Here's how: Enclose a stamped card or letter addressed to yourself or another person and put it into another envelope or box addressed to "Christmas ReMailing," with the city, street and ZIPcode. Then just drop it in the mail earlier, the better. Your card will arrive at its destination with the holidayrelated postmark. Choose from the following: Angels Camp, CA95222. Berry, AL35546. Bethlehem, CT06751. Bethlehem, KY4000. Bethlehem, MD 21609. Bethlehem, NH 03574. Bethlehem, PA18016. Deer Park, AL36529. Evergreen, AL36401. Faith, SD 57626. Garland, NE 68360. Garland, NC 28441. Garland, PA16416. Garland, TX 75040. Garland, UT84312. Holly, CO 81047. Holly, MI 48442. Hope, AK 99605. Hope, AR 71801. Hope, ID 83836. Hope, KS 67451. Hope, MN 56046. Hope, NM 88250. Hope, ND 58046. Joseph, OR 97846. Joseph City, AZ 86032. Joy, IL61260. Nazareth, KY40048. Nazareth, PA18064. Nazareth, TX 79063. Noel, MO 64854. Partridge, KS 67566. Partridge, KY40862. Pine Hill, AL36769. Saint Joseph, MI 49085. Saint Joseph, TN 38481. Saint Mary, KY40063. Saint Marys, KS 66536. Santa, ID 83866. Santa Claus, IN 47579. Shepherd, MT59079. Spruce Pine, AL35546. Snowflake, AZ 85937. Snowville, UT84336. Spruce, MI 48762. Star, TX 76880.Your themed greeting will get attentionCHRISTMASIt's easy to be holiday greenThe holidays can be a joyous, but hectic time of year. Being eco-friendly is often the least of a busy family's concerns, but you may be surprised by the benefits that your family can enjoy from greening your holiday season. The state Department of Environmental Protection recommends these ten easy tips that can help make your holidays not only more costefficient and eco-friendly, but fun and stress-free as well. When preparing for holiday guests, trade in harsh household cleaners for cleaners that are safer for family health and the environment. Purchase LED light strands, which require less energy. Instead of buying holiday treats with paper wrappers, try making fun, homemade treats that do not require wrapping or that can be placed in reusable containers. Use cloth napkins and reusable utensils in place of disposable paper and plastic alternatives these may require washing, but they will save you money, conserve water and reduce waste. Make your holiday meal sustainable and boost your local economy by shopping for ingredients at a local farmer's market, co-op or upick farm. Create nutrient-rich compost for your windowsill or backyard garden from your holiday meal leftovers. Buy recycled wrapping paper and holiday cards, and be sure to recycle again after use. Use old newspapers or butcher paper and let the kids draw their own holiday designs for a fun, eco-friendly holiday craft. Or instead of wrapping gifts, set up the toys so that the kids can play with them right away rather than un-wrapping and setting them up. Create holiday decorations such as ornaments with old greeting cards, garlands made from strung popcorn or cranberries, and potpourri made from spices such as cinnamon and cloves. And remember: Don't throw decorations away; store them for use during next year's festivities. For more green tips, visit www.dep.state.fl.us. This was provided by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.Recycled wrapping paper is a startENVIRONMENT


Wednesday,December 5,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Crossword solutionSolution to the Dec.1 puzzle.Light libations can set the holiday moodBack during my days at Gourmet magazine, my many duties included teaching cooking classes. I used to tell my students especially the cookingimpaired ones that if they made sure to greet dinner party guests with a special homemade drink, they would always win, no matter what else happened that evening. Let them buy take-out food, rearrange it artfully on platters, then claim it as their own. Nobody would think twice as long as they were handed a special drink on their way in the door. Festive drinks scream, Party! The holiday season boasts any number of festive libations. My favorite is eggnog. After all, if youre trying to crystallize holiday excess in liquid form, how better than to combine sweet cream with strong rum or brandy But what if just this once you dont want to overdo it? How do you cut down the fat and calories in eggnog without losing the drinks signature richness? More precisely, is there a way to keep it creamy without cream? I tried making eggnog using nonfat milk, both regular and condensed. I even tried thickening the mixture with cornstarch. My daughter Ruthie, a connoisseur of cocktails, rejected both of these strategies. Non-fat milk made the drink too watery. Cornstarch successfully thickened the drink, but in a way that reminded my expert of a loose pudding, not eggnog. Ruthie suggested losing the non-fat milk in favor of 2 percent milk, which is still much lighter than cream. That did the trick. Then I added Chai spices, which contributed their own luxurious and exotic notes that work so nicely with the more traditional nutmeg. My second concoction, Christmas sangria, required much less experimentation, if only because traditional sangria a mix of wine and fruit is a fairly healthy punch to begin with. Essentially, all I did was swap out the drinks usual summertime fruits for their wintertime counterparts pomegranates, clementines and apples, along with some fresh fruit juice. Reformatted in this fashion, it looks and tastes just right for the holidays. Heres how to make your chai eggnog: Two cups 2 percent milk, divided. 3.5-inch stick cinnamon, smashed using the side of a knife. Half a vanilla bean, split lengthwise. 10 whole cloves. Half a teaspoon whole black peppercorns, coarsely crushed. Half a teaspoon ground ginger. Four cardamom pods, crushed (or half a teaspoon ground cardamom). Kosher salt. Two large eggs. Quarter cup sugar. Brandy or rum for flavoring (optional). Grated nutmeg, to garnish In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine 1.5 cups of the milk with the cinnamon, vanilla bean, cloves, peppercorns, ginger, cardamom pods and a hefty pinch of salt. Bring the mixture to a simmer, then turn off the heat and let it stand for 15 minutes. Strain the mixture through a sieve, discarding all of the solids except for the vanilla bean. Scrape the seeds from the vanilla bean into the milk; discard the vanilla pod. Wipe out the saucepan and return the milk to the pan over medium heat. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl beat the eggs with the sugar for two minutes, or until they are light and lemon colored. Add the heated milk in a stream, whisking gently. Return the egg-milk mixture to the saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon, until it thickens and coats the back of the spoon, about four two six minutes. Do not let the mixture come to a simmer or the eggs will scramble. Quickly add the remaining half cup of milk to the pan to stop the cooking. Transfer the mixture to a pitcher and chill for at least two hours or until very cold. To serve, divide the eggnog among four chilled glasses, stir in a dash of brandy or rum, if desired, and top with a sprinkle of freshly grated nutmeg. Start to finish: Two hours, 35 minutes (20 minutes active). Servings: Four. Nutrition information per serving: 140 calories; 40 calories from fat (29 percent of total calories); 4.5 g fat (2 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 100 mg cholesterol; 16 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 16 g sugar; 7 g protein; 210 mg sodium. And your Christmas sangria: 750-milliliter bottle fruity red wine, such as Beaujolais. Half a cup fresh clementine or orange juice. Half a cup unsweetened pomegranate juice. Half a cup Grand Marnier liqueur. One firm pear with the skin, cored and cut into halfinch cubes (about two cups). Two clementines or one orange, quartered lengthwise and thinly sliced crosswise. Seeds from one pomegranate. Two tablespoons superfine sugar. In a large bowl combine all ingredients and stir until the sugar has dissolved. Chill, tightly covered, at least eight hours before serving. Start to finish: Eight hours, 30 minutes (30 minutes active). Servings: eight. Nutrition information per serving: 180 calories; 0 calories from fat (0 percent of total calories); 0 g fat (0 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 24 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 19 g sugar; 1 g protein; 5 mg sodium.Different takes on traditional drink recipesBy SARA MOULTONAssociated PressTHE DINING TABLE LIVING BRIEFSHoliday festival takes place FridayA20-ton snow mountain is among the highlights of the annual Florida Keys Holiday Festival set for Friday at Islamoradas Founders Park, mile marker 87 bayside. From 4 to 10 p.m., the celebration features a 35foot tree with magical snow blowing from its branches. The tree is to be lighted at 6 p.m. Aparade starts at 7, and four-legged party animals can prance in their own Santa Paws Pet Parade, with prizes awaiting the best dressed and the pet that performs the best trick. All domestic animals are welcome and entry is free. Musical and dance performances are scheduled, as is a silent auction. Food and drink will be for sale. Cost for the Islamorada Chamber of Commerce event is $5 for parking to help defray costs.Big Pine gallery reception FridayThe Artists in Paradise Gallery on Big Pine Key has a cupcake reception on Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. to display its exhibit of items just in time for holiday gifts. They will be available until Dec. 24. The gallery in the WinnDixie Plaza is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For further information, call 872-1828.Co-op lights up pair of locationsThe Florida Keys Electric Cooperative hosts holidaylighting ceremonies at its Marathon and Tavernier facilities at 6 p.m. Friday and Monday, respectively. Both events will include visit from Santa, hot dogs and other refreshments, and more. The Marathon office is at 3421 Overseas Highway oceanside, and the Tavernier Operations Center is at 91630 Overseas Highway bayside.GardenFest starts this SaturdayThe Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden, 5210 College Road on Stock Island, has its annual GardenFest set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The usual blend of plants and crafts abound, including native plants cultivated in the forest's nursery. Entertainment includes music and a wood-carving demonstration, and children can learn how to garden. There will be a beer and wine garden for adults. Parking is free but cost to enter is $5. 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MIDDLE KEYS BAZAAR Keynoter photo by KATHIE BRYANAmong the numerous holiday offerings in the Middle Keys was this past weekends Christmas in the Keys bazaar at Hawks Cay Resort on Duck Key.All kinds of vendors displayed their wares to help you check off your list.


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Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 247795 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-06 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MACWCP II LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THEPROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/3136 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1549762 RE: 00450130-000000 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: BK 9 LT 6 HARRIS OCEAN PK ESTATES FIRST ADDN PB4-139 KEY LARGO OR182-405-406 OR766-828 OR788-703 OR811-84 OR1299-2216 OR1545-1092 OR1545-1112AFF OR17721928 OR2017-326(CTT) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: MARIANNE EDWARDS ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 247843 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-07 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/811 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1106551 RE: 00092240-000321 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: SEA GULLS A CONDOMINIUM UNIT 309 & 1.75% COMMON ELEMENTS OR776-716 OR1850-816/17 OR1919-2384/93F/J-STL/AGR OR1935-2083Q/C(SL) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: RONALD M ALLOR AND JOSEPHINE ALLOR ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 282149 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: 2012-CA-991-K CRISTAL CLARK, Plaintiff/Judgment Creditor, v. VINTAGES, INCORPORATED, Defendant/Judgment Debtor. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a Notice of Recording of Foreign Judgment entered by the Circuit Court in and for Monroe County, Florida on the 10th day September, 2012, and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued in the above styled cause on the 18th day of October, 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 26th day of December, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. at the MonroeCounty Courthouse, 500 Whitehead St., Key West, Florida, the interests of defendant VINTAGES, INCORPORATED in execution, in the following described property, subject to any and all other liens, taxes, judgments, or encumbrances whatsoever: SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Vintages, Inc.s 51 percent membership interest in CC Distribution, LLC, as reflected in the Amended and Restated Operating Agreement for CC Distribution, LLC. DATED this 19th day of November, 2012. Robert P. Peryam, Sheriff Monroe County, Florida BY: Rachelle Gates, Supervisor Civil Process Division Published November 21, 28, December 5, 12, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 284107 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 12-CA-39-M COMMUNITY BANK OF THE SOUTH a Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. DEBORAH DAVIS DIETZ; DANIEL J. DIETZ; DANAS A IR CONDITIONING AND A PPLIANCE SERVICE, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1 and UNKNOWN TENANT #2, ET ALS Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated November 5th, 2012 entered in Civil Case No. 12 CA 39 M of the Circuit Court of the 16th Judicial Circuit in and for Monroe County, Florida, wherein COMMUNITY BANK OF THE SOUTH, is Plaintiff and DEBORAH DAVIS DIETZ, et al., are Defendant(s). I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the Monroe County Courthouse, Front Door, 500 Whitehead Street, Key West at 11 oclock a.m. on the 12th day of December, 2012 the following described property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment OF Mortgage Foreclosure, to wit: LOT 25 OVERSEAS ESTATES ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 27, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. STREET ADDRESS: 420 97TH STREET OCEAN, MARATHON, FL 33050 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 60 days after the sale. DATED this 16th day of November, 2012. DANNY L. KOLHAGE Clerk of Circuit Court BY: Tammy L. Marciel Deputy Clerk Brittany E. Nugent, Esq. Hershoff Lupino & Yagel, LLP A ttorneys for Plaintiff 90130 Old Highway Tavernier, FL 33070 Tel: (305) 852-8440 Fax: (305) 852-8848 Published November 28, 2012, December 5, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 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. Cathy Henninger City Clerk ----------------------------------------CIUDAD DE KEY COLONY BEACH AVISO PBLICO ELECCI"N MUNICIPAL GENERAL POR LA PRESENTE, SE AVISA 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# 299498 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The vehicle(s) listed below will be sold at public auction for cash at Florida Keys Towing Inc., 1620 Overseas Hwy, Marathon FL 33050 at 8:00 AM on December 26, 2012 in accordance to Florida Statute Section 713.78 for unpaid towing & storage. Florida Keys Towing, Inc. reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All vehicles/ vessels are sold as is. 1. BOAT TRAILER NO VIN 2. WELLCRAFT VIN: WEL01155M75L Published December 5, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 299652 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 442008CA000153A001KW SEC.: K THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE TO JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS OF THE SAMI II TRUST 2005-AR2, MORTGAGE PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-AR2 Plaintiff, v. LUANN HUFF; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, A ND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; SUGAR LOAF SHORES PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION. Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order of Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 8, 2012, entered in Civil Case No. 442008CA000153A001KW of the Circuit Court of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Monroe County, Florida, wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest bidder for cash on 18 day of December, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at the front door of the Monroe County Courthouse, Lester Building, 530 Whitehead Street, Key West, Florida 33040, relative to the following described property as set forth in the Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 41, SECTION B, SUGARLOAF SHORES, A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF GOVERNMENTAL LOT 1, GOVERNMENTAL LOT 2, GOVERNMENTAL LOT 3, ALL IN SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 67 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, ON SUGARLOAF KEY AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 158 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 60 days after the sale. ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES 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: Cheryl Alfonso 302 Fleming Street Key West, FL 33040 Phone: (305) 292-3423 DATED AT KEY WEST, FLORIDA THIS 19 DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2012. Shonta McLeod DANNY L. KOLHAGE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA Published December 5, 12, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 300422 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS THAT the Monroe County School District will be holding a public hearing for the following: RFQ 514CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION Public Hearing will be to discuss RFQ 514Contractor Prequalification procedures, rules and policies. Public Hearing will be held at 2:00PM on January 10th, 2013 in Room 2100 at Marathon High School. Please contact Suanne.Lee@ keysschools.com for questions: (305) 293-1400 x53360 Published December 5, 2012; January 2, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Blacklabforsale 10month oldmaleblacklabforsale$700OBO.CallTroyfordetails 509-619-2755.$700603-7023232 Samantha.teal@hotmail.com YourXmasbuddie! Cute TcupYorkiesmaleand female,12wksold,$500.Will be3.5lbsatfullgrowth,AKC reg,shotsanddewormed. Comeswithpapers. avpets22@yahoo.com,941870-3827 DUCK KEY 308 Croton St. Sat., 12/8, 8am. Fishing, art, sports & household. WOW LOOK !!!


Wednesday,December 5,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 ISLAMORADA, Sat, 8-3 109 Coconut MM 87.5 & 157 Leoni, Venitian Shores MM 87. Lots of new stuff! Nautical, hshold, office & much more!MARATHON ESTATE SALE Sat & Sun 8-2 Furn, tools, art, collectibles, picture frames, kitchenware, small appliances & more! (behind J.J.s Doghouse) 204 107th St. GulfMARATHON Sat 12/8, 8am-? Indoor & outdoor furniture, misc household items. 1231 Copa D Oro, Marathon. MARATHON Sat., 8am-noon. 1160 Camino del Vientos, 2 blocks from Sombrero Beach. Household items. 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. Queen Size Othopedic Mattress Set New, still in plastic. Will sell $250 cash. 305-434-0557, Key Largo. 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 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. 508-922-1010 MARATHON 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. 4/2.5onCanal/DirectOcean Access, 70ofdock,large fencedyard.PetsOKwith somerestrictions.$2,200F/L/S 305-360-2493 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. 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 Marathonhomebayview Annualrental2bd2bthhome with2docks.Laundryroom andshed.$2200plusutilities. 30812thstgulfmarathon.MM 47.Sipyourmargaritasasthe sunsetsinthebackground. 305-525-5214 Hmarrero@aol.com AVAILABLE NOW! MM 94 2 BR / 1 BA. W/D, Stilt constuction. Screened. balcony. $1100 / mo. Call (305) 451-4100 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 KCB Gulf Club Condos #5 1BR, 1BA. Conveniently located next to walking paths, park & restaurants. W/D, cable & water incl. 315-523-1284 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 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) 970-4344 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 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 FirstMortgageLoansfor sale.Discounted25% Currentlypaying7.25%. keyrvpark@bellsouth.net (305)743-5164 UNIQUE MARINE is now hiring an administrative assistant. Experience preferred. Email resume to: sales@uniquemarine.com Dolphin Research Center has openings for Guest Services. Duties are multifaceted including welcoming guests, taking reservations, retail and photo sales. Job description available at www.dolphins.org. E-mail your resume to:drc-hr@dolphins.org EOE100300849-01SALES & FRONT DESK AGENT Need articulate, organized, detail oriented, enthusiastic individual to sell snorkel trips, fishing charters, eco tours, and sailing trips at upscale resort located in Islamorada. Your office is on the waterfront overlooking the beautiful Atlantic ocean. Love of outdoors, fishing, and Florida Keys recreation is a must. Excellent pay for right candidate. Will train to management position for right candidate. Full time position. Call (305) 393-0994 for details. 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 RECEPTIONISTWANTED MEDICALOFFICEIN TAVERNIERSEEKINGPART TIMEPERSONTUESDAY ANDTHURSDAYFOR FRONTOFFICETOANSWER PHONES,CHECKIN PATIENTS,APPOINTMENTS, FILEETC.MUSTBE COMPUTERLITERATE.FAX RESUMETO3052793988NO CALLS FRONT DESK CLERK Must be fluent in English and be able to work flexible hours. Please apply at the Banana Bay Resort, Marathon 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 WOW LOOK !!! 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 CITYOFMARATHON,FLORIDA9805OverseasHighway,Marathon,Florida33050 Phone:(305)743-0033 NOTICETOBIDDERS/INVITATIONTOBID AllInterestedpartiesareherebynotifiedthattheCityofMarathonisacceptingsealedbidsforthe Replacementof13SwimBuoysatSombreroBeachŽ .Theprojectwillconsistofproviding hardandsofttackleaccordingtotheattachedspecifications,andinstallingthirteen(13)anchored swimbuoysatSombreroBeachinMarathon,Florida. BiddocumentsmaybeexaminedatCityHall,9805OverseasHighwayMarathon,Florida.Bid documentsmayalsobeexaminedonlineatwww .demandstar .com .Biddocumentsets must be procuredthroughDemandStar.com.Allbiddocumentsandaddendawillbeissuedonlythrough Demandstar.com. AllbidsmustbesubmittedinsealedenvelopestotheCityClerkattheCity ofMarathon,9805OverseasHighway,Marathon,FL33050onorbeforeDecember 13,2012 at3:00PM localtime.Anybidsreceivedafter3:00PMonsaiddatewillnotbeaccepted. ProspectivebiddersshallnotcontactorotherwisecommunicatewithCitystafforCityofficials. AllquestionsshouldbedirectedtoDebbieLondon305-289-4103orlondond@ci.marathon.fl.us. Bidsreceivedafterthistimewillnotbeacceptedandwillbereturnedunopened.Bidssubmitted willbeopenedpubliclyandreadaloudatthistimeintheCityHallConferenceRoomlocatedat 9805OverseasHighway,Marathon,Floridaonthesamedate.TheCityassumesnoresponsibility forbidsnotproperlymarked. TheCityreservestherighttorejectanyorallbidstowaiveinformalities,excepttimelysubmission ofbids,inanybidsreceived,tore-advertiseforbidsortotakeanyothersuchactionsthatmaybe deemedinthebestinterestsoftheCity.Asamatterofinformationtobidders,theCitydoesnotbind itselftoaccepttheminimumspecificationsstatedherein,butreservestherighttoacceptanybid which,inthejudgmentoftheCityCouncil,willbestservetheneedsandinterestsoftheCity. AllbidsshallbesubmittedinTIForPDFformatonCD.Onesignedpaperoriginaland3copies shallbesubmitted.TheCDmusthavethebiddersnameand/orcompanyname, Replacement of13SwimBuoysatSombreroBeach Ž,andthedateaswellasasignature. Documentsmayonlybeobtainedonlineonlyatwww .demandstar .com ProcurementdocumentsincludingbutnotlimitedtoRFP,RFQ,ITB,obtainedfrom anysourceotherthanDemandStarmaynotbeaccurateorcompleteandwillnot beconsideredresponsive.AnyResponderandsubcontractorwhohavenotobtained CityofMarathonsolicitationdocumentsfromDemandStarwillnotbenotifiedof anyaddendaissuedbytheCity,whichcouldcontainmaterialchangesthereto(such asadditionsorchangestothetechnicalspecifications,extensionsoftime,etc.) ProcurementSchedule: EventDueDate InvitationforBids(ITB)ReleaseDecember3,2012 ITBSubmissionDeadlineDecember13,2012-3:00P.M. AwardandNTPIssuedDecember17,2012 CompletionDateJanuary31,2013PublishedKeynoter12-5-12&12-8-12 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 inMarathonisseekinga C C u s t o m e r S e r v i c e R e p r e s e n t a t i v e Wearelookingforfriendly,outgoingapplicantswith excellentcustomerserviceskillstoassistcustomersin openingaccounts.Cashhandling,bankingandcustomer serviceexperiencerequired. Toapply,pleasegoto: http://www.my100bank.com/careers AnEqualOpportunityEmployer M/F/D/VFDIC Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82


KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Wednesday,December 5,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 THE 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 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 LegalAdmin Paralegal/Legal SecretaryneededforOcean Reeflawoffice.Probateand/or realestateexperience required.Fax/emailresumeto SandraT.Lynn305-248-2615. 305-247-6521 jmlynn@bellsouth.net 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. Drivers: $2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Great Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-4854 19 WELLCRAFT 1999 T-top, livewell, Raymarine D5 400x fish finder, Uniden MO535 radio, new batt. Needs engine. $2000. 305-509-2637100300768-0125 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 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 GreatdealsonBoat/Trailer storage Getthebestdealon boatand/ortrailerstoragein thekeys.MarinaJunctionisa newlyrenovatedfullservice marinaandstoragefacility.On siteboatrampandserviceat verycompetitiverates.Open7 days/week. info@marinajunction.com,or stopbytodayat4681 OverseasHwy.305-453-6771 info@marinajunction.com 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 18ft. Heritage sliding seat rowing skiff. 2009, excellent condition. Carbon fiber/ fiberglass oars. $4,500. Call Karl (954) 695-8355. 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 All types of permits for sale! Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef & pelagic, Commercial Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf Snapper IFQs, Long Line Pkg. Many other permits avail. We buy, sell & broker all types of permits. Call before you buy or sell! Please call for prices. Licensed & Bonded. All permits guaranteed valid for transfer, many refs avail. John Potts Jr.321-784-5982, 321302-3630. www.shipsusa.com MTHN-Marine Storage : boats, trailers, campers, any clean storage OK on wheels. Best rates in town. Check with us first! Call Emil, 731-3386 2002 Chrysler Sebring convertible in good condition. New tires. One owner car. Asking $3,500 or B/O. Please contact Keith at 305-797-8570 AUTOS WANTED! ALL YEARS! Junk-Used. car-Van-Truck. Running or not. Cash paid. 305-332-0483 PARADISE TOWING is buying junked cars. Call (305) 731-6540 16 TRAVEL TRAILER self-contained. Cost $7900 new, I added $2100 extras. Hardly used, must sell! $5850. 954-999-0144 Ft. Laud. Lakes. Charter Pest Control Your Local Company. All types of pest control. Ocean Reef to Key West. Contact us at 305-451-3389. Looking for a Local Business? Also see The Florida Keys Business Directory in every issue of the Keynoter! WOW LOOK !!! CoralReefParkCo. 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FULLTIMEPOSITIONOPEN PoliceOfficerTheCityofKeyColonyBeachisaccepting applicationsforaFULLTIMEPoliceOfficer.ApplicantsmustpossessacurrentFloridacertificationasa policeofficer.Applicantswillundergoathoroughbackground investigation,includingdrugscreening,medical,polygraphand psychologicalexams.Salaryisdependantonqualifications.Mailresumeto: ChiefofPolice POBox510141 KeycolonyBeach,FL33051 OrCallforadditionalinformation305-289-1212EqualOpportunityEmployer TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Cleveland Mathis We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E.