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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .4B Living . . . . . . .3B Business . . . . . .5A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .4A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .3BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2013 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 18,2013 VOLUME 60,NO.75 25 CENTS Pit-bull attackTwo free-roaming pit bulls kill two elderly cats in Marathon but not much comes of it in terms of recrimination.Story, 2A Courting actionKey West and Marathon high schools play in a volleyball invitational, and Marathon comes out the better.Story, 1B Lawsuit seeks transparencyBig Pine Key resident Larry Murray on Monday sued the Monroe County School District and Superintendent Mark Porter asking a court to compel compliance with outstanding requests for public records. Murray is a former School Board-appointed member of the districts advisory Audit and Finance Committee and last year unsuccessfully ran for the District 3 board seat won by Ed Davidson. In the 14-page filing in Circuit Court, Murray, who represents himself in the proceeding, wrote: On several occasions in the recent past, the defendants have exhibited similar bad faith in the production of documents, and when the documents were finally revealed, the documents revealed malfeasance or misfeasance. It is believed and therefore averred that the failure to produce these readily available requested records is in bad faith and an effort by the defendants to prevent public review of the requested documents. He focuses on three specific requests made to Porter:An Aug. 15 request for a draft contract for forensic auditing services, which Murray alleges Porter has never acknowledged.An Aug. 16 request for the salary and salary supplements for Christina McPherson, the districts director of assessment and Poinciana Elementary School Principal.An Aug. 29 request for a comprehensive list of salary supplements for all district employees. Teachers, administrators and other schools employees receive supplemental pay for performing extra-duty activities such as sponsoring clubs, coaching sports teams and the like.Murray sues School District, Porter for failing to produce public recordsIN THE COURTSBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com WALKING TO SEE THE LIGHTEric Martin,president of the Florida Keys Reef Lights Foundation,walked 60 miles,from Key Largo to Marathon,Sept.6,7 and 8 before his feet gave out due to blisters.He had collected donations from co-workers and friends in his ongoing effort to acquire five excess Florida Keys lighthouses the federal government wants to dump.He was joined for a bit with friend Patty Winiecki,shown with him at the southern entrance sign to Marathon,who walked part of a day with him.His wife Susan was with him for the three-day walk following in a chase car. Two alleged fish smugglers are indictedThe owner of a Michigan aquarium-supply firm made two business trips to the Florida Keys in 2011, towing a boat behind a specially equipped van, to collect live saltwater fish and corals for sale, a federal indictment says.Richard Perrin and an employee, Joseph Franko, had no commercial Florida licenses to take the living organisms, and illegally harvested a number of protected species, according to the felony indictment filed Sept. 5 by U.S. Attorney Wilfredo Ferrers office in Miami.Perrin, owner of Tropicorium Inc. in Romulus, Mich., for 20 years, and firm collector Franko have been charged with conspiracy for taking, transporting and selling quantities of marine life invertebrates, sea fans, ornamental tropical fish, sharks, and alligators illegally harvested in Florida for interstate commerce for financial gain.They also are charged with violating the federal Lacey Act, which prohibits interstate trafficking in fish and wildlife taken in violation of state law. In addition to the marine life, the Michigan duo is accused of netting and keeping at least 10 baby alligators while driving across Tamiami Trail. Tropicorium didnt return a call for comment.The charges are the latest in a series of cases involving several defendants accused of knowingly collecting or buying fish harvested in waters within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and selling them elsewhere.Two staff members with a private aquarium in Oregon are scheduled for trial in Key West in a separate case laterConspiracy charges for Michigan menCRIME FRONTBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee Lawsuit,3AHawks Cay on selling blockThe Florida Keyslargest resort could be the latest in a flurry of local large-scale and high-cost commercial real estate transactions in recent months. Asource familiar with the Keys hotel industry told the Keynoter on Tuesday that Hawks Cay Resort on Duck Key near mile marker 61 could sell for a price in excess of $125 million. Hawks Cay Resort spokeswoman Holly LeeZawyer confirmed only that the resort is for sale. Resort officials declined to be interviewed for this story. According to the resorts website, it has a total of 402 two-and three-bedroom villas and hotel rooms, as well as five restaurants, the Calm Waters Spa, interactive Dolphin Connection facility, and a full-service marina featuring dive, snorkeling and sportfishing operations. Addisson, Texas-based Behringer Harvard, with Northview Hotel Group and Five Star Realty Partners LLC, acquired the resort in February 2007 for a reported $75 million. The resort was independently owned and operated for 24 years before that. It was built in 1959 and opened as the Indies Inn a year later.It would be latest large resort saleBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comDUCK KEYSee Hawks Cay,2ASee Indicted,3ASpecial meeting to address city hallMarathon Mayor Mike Cinque had a change of heart this week about a special meeting to discuss growing concerns over the citys accelerated timetable to build a new city hall. Cinque originally told the Keynoter he felt a special meeting called for by Councilman Chris Bull last Tuesday was unnecessary, but he reversed course on Monday and directed city staff to schedule the public meeting. Its planned for Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the fire station at Florida Keys Marathon Airport.I set a meeting up for one specific purpose: Areport from [City Manager Roger Hernstadt] on the contract we have with Bill Horn. I think theres a lot of misinformation out there, Cinque said.City-hired architect Horn, working with other firms on city hall, wrote a letter to Hernstadt on Aug. 7 that outlines several concerns the city-hall design team has with a schedule to prepare design and construction documents for contractors to bid on the estimated $5.5 million job.Chief among Horns concerns is that the citys schedule would force contractors to bid on the project using largely preliminary design development documents as opposed to muchmore detailed and completeCinque cuts off dialogue when discussedBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHONSee Marathon,3A

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According to Monroe County Property Appraiser Scott Russell, BH/NVHawks Cay Property Holdings LLC, an affiliate of Behringer Harvard, owns seven parcels on Duck Key. Several are smaller, ancillary green space properties, he said.The companys main holdings include what Russell said is the hotel (177 rooms) and the marina area on Duck Key Boulevard. The resort includes roughly 300 privately owned villas, one of which BH/NVowns. The assessed value of Hawks Cay proper the two-lot hotel and marina is $17,709,177. However, included with the hefty sales price would be the right to take over management of the individually owned villas from BH/NV.Hawks Cay management didnt say how many employees the sprawling property 60 acres employs.Late last month, Maryland-based LaSalle Hotel Properties announced its Keys record $184.5 million purchase of the 260room Southernmost Hotel Collection on the Atlantic end of Duval Street in Key West. The price was a new record for Keys hotel properties at the equivalent of $709,615 per room. In May, the Pier House Resort and Spa in Key West sold for $90 million, or $633,802 per room in the 140-room property. The buyer from the Cleveland-based Pier House Joint Venture was the Ashford Holiday Trust of Dallas. At the time of sale, the taxable assessed value was $21 million. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,September 18,2013 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.8780 THURS.8878 FRI.9079 SAT.9079 Forecast: Expect cloudy skies with showers likely today,continuing with a chance of thunderstorms through the week. 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 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 BRIEFSPolitical forum Thursday nightKey Wests Hometown Political Action Committee will host a forum for Key West political candidates on Thursday at the Tropic Cinema at 416 Eaton St. in Key West. For the City Commission, participants are incumbent Key West Mayor Craig Cates and challenger Margaret Romero, and incumbent District 1 City Commissioner Jimmy Weekley and challenger Tom Milone.For the open Group 3 seat on the city Utility Board, Cheryl Cates, Timothy Root and Vidal are in the running to replace Lou Hernandez, who is not seeking another term. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the panel discussion is set for 6 to 8. Admission is free.The questioners are US1 Radios Bill Becker; Paul Clarin, publisher of the Key West Citizen; Jenna Stauffer of WEYW; and Richard Grusin. NOTICE OFPUBLIC MEETING FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITY FLORIDAKEYS AQUEDUCTAUTHORITY BOARD ROOM 1100 Kennedy Drive Key West, Florida 33040 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 Re g ular Meetin g : 10:00 a.m.The purpose of the Re g ular Meetin g is for the Board to take action on routine business matters for the FKAA(potable water and wastewater issues) and to receive reports on operational aspects of the or g anization.All a g endas and backup can be viewed on our web site @ www.fkaa.com., or a copy of the A g enda, or any backup, is available upon request from FKAA, Elvira Sawyer, Executive Office Coordinator, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL33040, (305) 295-2203, esawyer@fkaa.com. Published Keynoter 9-18-13 3 Board Certifications* Sports Medicine Doctor for National Motocross & Supercross Series Ankle & Foot Injuries & Deformities Reconstructive & Trauma Surgery Heel Pain / Bunions / Hammer Toes Examiner for Podiatric Medical Boards Same Day Appointments Available, Se Habla Espaol John F. Torregrosa 8151 Overseas Highway Suite #5Marathon, FL 33050 ( 305 ) 853-515191550 Overseas Highway Suite #107Tavernier, FL 33070 ( 305 ) 853-5151925 NE 30th Terrace, #102S. Fla. International OrthopaedicsHomestead, FL 33033 ( 305 ) 247-1701*Certified in Reconstructive Rear Foot/Ankle Surgery. 350681Florida Ankle and Foot InstituteDr. John F. Torregrosawww.AnkleAndFootSurgery.netFellow American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedic Medicine Fellow American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons Well Treat Any Problem Below the Knee SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH. With loving memories we announce the passing of Robert Edward Smith, "Plain old Bob Smith" 9-3-2013, (Springfield, OH), born (1935). Bob married Kathleen 1954. Bob lived in Marysville OH, and hosted friends & family in Marathon and Lady Lake FL. Bob wheeled & dealed with Polly, then Pat Lewis at his pawn shop then moved on to Lady Lake. He was a long -time member of the Moose. Bob is survived by brother, Richard Smith (Springfield), former wife Kathleen Sparrow (OH), Sons: Derrel, Daniel, Darren and daughters Diane Ratliff and Dawn Irwin; two granddaughters and five grandsons. Bob was preceded in death by his brother Thomas and son Dennis. He will be missed dearly by his 5 year breakfast companion, Edmond Alvut. 9-3-2013, SCHROEDER Thomas Edward Schroeder was born on July 18, 1959 to Gordon R. and Ruth M. Schroeder in Worth, IL. Tom was born with spina bifida, which caused paralysis from the waist down, so he led a challenging life. In 1963, he learned to walk with braces and crutches through the Easter Seal Center and became the Easter Seal Poster Child on billboards across America saying, Hello world, I think Im going to make it. Toms dad helped instill in him a great love of fishing from an early age. This love for fishing and his huge dream to become a commercial fisherman led him to the Florida Keys. It was there that he completed a 54 hour course and a rigorous physical test performed by the US Coast Guard in order to obtain the official status of Captain Thomas Schroeder. He started a small fishing company called Footless Fishing and Chum. The name played on the fact that he had become a double amputee and also portrayed his wonderful sense of humor. His company produced the best chum in Florida that customers still talk about. Along with Toms jovial spirit, he was very generous, and always wanted to help people. It was his mom that gave him the love for others and the deep encouragement never to give up. Mom passed on her strong faith in the Lord and that no matter what happened in his life, God had a reason for it. Toms earthly struggles ended when the Lord lldhihtbith Obituary archive available abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+ http://dfvr.easterseals.com/ page.aspx?pid=407 or Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch, 7291 County Road 6 SW, Stewartville, MN 55976 www.ironwoodsprings.com MNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-= reason for it. Toms earthly struggles ended when the Lord called him home to be with Him in Heaven on September 9, 2013 at the age of 54. He is survived by his mother, Ruth Myrtle Schroeder, his sister, Debra Lin Roberson (Dennis), and his two brothers, Timothy John Schroeder (Barbara) and Tedd Douglas Schroeder (Sandra), along with 9 nieces and nephews, 11 grand nieces and nephews, and 20 cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Gordon Robert Schroeder. He will be proudly remembered by his family and friends as Captain Footless. The family kindly asks donations be made in the name of Thomas Schroeder to: Easter Seals Disability Services, 830 S. Addison Ave,Villa Park, IL 60181 http://dfvr.easterseals.com/ page.aspx?pid=407 or Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch, 7291 County Road 6 SW, Stewartville, MN 55976 www.ironwoodsprings.com SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH. With loving memories we announce the passing of Robert Edward Smith, "Plain old Bob Smith" 9-3-2013, (Springfield, OH), born (1935). Bob married Kathleen 1954. Bob lived in Marysville OH, and hosted friends & family in Marathon and Lady Lake FL. Bob wheeled & dealed with Polly, then Pat Lewis at his pawn shop then moved on to Lady Lake. He was a long -time member of the Moose. Bob is survived by brother, Richard Smith (Springfield), former wife Kathleen Sparrow (OH), Sons: Derrel, Daniel, Darren and daughters Diane Ratliff and Dawn Irwin; two granddaughters and five grandsons. Bob was preceded in death by his brother Thomas and son Dennis. He will be missed dearly by his 5 year breakfast companion, Edmond Alvut. 9-3-2013, SCHROEDER Thomas Edward Schroeder was born on July 18, 1959 to Gordon R. and Ruth M. Schroeder in Worth, IL. Tom was born with spina bifida, which caused paralysis from the waist down, so he led a challenging life. In 1963, he learned to walk with braces and crutches through the Easter Seal Center and became the Easter Seal Poster Child on billboards across America saying, Hello world, I think Im going to make it. Toms dad helped instill in him a great love of fishing from an early age. This love for fishing and his huge dream to become a commercial fisherman led him to the Florida Keys. It was there that he completed a 54 hour course and a rigorous physical test performed by the US Coast Guard in order to obtain the official status of Captain Thomas Schroeder. He started a small fishing company called Footless Fishing and Chum. The name played on the fact that he had become a double amputee and also portrayed his wonderful sense of humor. His company produced the best chum in Florida that customers still talk about. Along with Toms jovial spirit, he was very generous, and always wanted to help people. It was his mom that gave him the love for others and the deep encouragement never to give up. Mom passed on her strong faith in the Lord and that no matter what happened in his life, God had a One estimate: $125 millionFrom Hawks Cay,1ARoaming pit bulls kill two catsThe owner of two pit bulls in Marathon was fined $200 and faces a possible civil lawsuit after her dogs killed a pair of 18-year-old cats sleeping outside of a neighboring 46th Street house on Sept. 3. Bonnie Clydesdale told the Keynoter she and boyfriend, Larry Wade, were awoken around 11:30 p.m. that night by the two dogs jumping and pawing on the couples sliding door. According to a Monroe County Sheriffs Office report, the roaming dogs are owned by Yvette Renta. She lives a short distance from Clydesdale and Wade, also on 46th Street. We heard [the dogs] and got up and ran to the door, but before we could get to the door [the cats] were dead. The one dog, we had to take cat hair out of his mouth and the other had [cat hair in its] footprints on our window, Clydesdale said. She said she has necropsy reports that further confirm the two pit bulls killed her cats, which routinely slept in a flower garden outside the house. It was definitely from a large bite, Clydesdale said of the catsdeaths. She added that the cats spinal cords were completely severed and there were several 1.5-inch-deep puncture wounds, among other injuries, noted in the reports.Clydesdale said shes concerned because the dogs have been loose on several occasions and that Renta and whomever she lives with have absolutely no remorse.They had attitudes in front of the police department. She said she doesnt feel like she should apologize, she said. Renta has no listed telephone number and no one answered a reporters knock on the front door of the house Monday afternoon. The dogs could be heard barking inside the house. Clydesdale has hired Key West attorney Maggie Gutierrez to explore a civil lawsuit against Renta, possibly for compensatory and punitive damages. Im doing research to look into my clients civil remedies under Florida law, Gutierrez said.For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com.Report:Owner says she isnt responsibleBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON Grim outlook for old Seven MileMonroe County Commissioner Danny Kolhage said during Tuesdays County Commission meeting in Marathon that hes received about 3,000 e-mails related to the future of the historic old Seven Mile Bridge in recent months. Those e-mailers mainly supporters of repairing the failing bridge wouldnt have taken much solace in a report offered up by county consultant Nelson Canjura at that meeting. It delivered grim news about the condition of the 2.2-mile section of the span leading to Pigeon Key offshore of Marathon. The county paid Canjuras Omaha, Neb.based firm, HDR Inc., $18,000 to conduct an independent review of two complicated 2012 state Department of Transportation inspection reports that outlined the bridges general state of disrepair. Canjura told the County Commission that without major renovation, the bridge is at the end of its service life. Its at the point where its beyond that threshold, he said. The 2.2-mile section of the bridge has been closed for years to auto traffic and fishing due to concerns about the bridge falling apart. DOTowns the iconic span and has had longrunning negotiations with the county about footing a percentage of an estimated $18 million bill to repair the decking and railings in exchange for turning ownership of the bridge over to Monroe.But Canjura intimated the DOTestimate is for more of a patchwork job, and his report estimates it could cost as much as $71.76 million over 30 years to keep the bridge leading to Pigeon Key viable.If you look at the $18 million repair from FDOT, you can easily deduce that you can repeat this repair in the very near future as the other elements are requiring the repair, he said, noting DOTs estimates call only for repairing or replacing roughly one-third of the superstructure.Canjuras $71.76 million estimate does include repairs to the bridges substructure. He also prepared an estimate totaling $60 million over 30 years that would cover a complete replacement of the bridge superstructure lasting at least 75 years. For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com .New report paints more bleak pictureBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMIDDLE KEYSIn-house attorney no sure thingThe Monroe County School Board is wary of Superintendent Mark Porters call for an in-house attorney to represent the district. The School District spent nearly $1 million last year on outside legal services, and board members said at a Sept. 10 meeting that Porter has not provided an analysis categorizing legal fees. Attorney Dirk Smits of Vernis and Bowling serves as the boards counsel for $125 hourly. His firm, Vernis and Bowling, is also retained at $125 per hour to serve as the districts counsel, meaning when Porter or district staff need legal advice, they call Smits just like board members can.The district also hires specialists to handle workmens compensation and Exceptional Student Education lawsuits, and has previously employed a labor attorney to lead negotiations with the United Teachers of Monroe union.Porters plan is aimed at saving legal expenses, which he said should break down at around $15 or $20 per student, whereas in the Florida Keys, that cost ranges from $33 to $60 per student.The districts last in-house attorney was Richard Collins, who served from 2006 to 2011, and part of 2012 until his death.For economic reasons and for a service delivery model, I would like to look at returning to a model of a combination of a School Board attorney and outside counsel and an in-house counsel to cover the day-today legal needs of the district, he said. Board member John Dick said hes concerned that an in-house attorney could create contrasting agendas. The attorney works for the board, Dick said, and that is extremely important to me. On the whole, I think [Smits] has done good service for us. Board member Ed Davidson said the very essence of the School Board as a governmental entity prescribes that any attorney in the mix works for the board. If we have four attorneys, he said, they all work for the School Board.When someone sues the district, they dont sue the administration or the superintendent. They sue the School Board, and Im very concerned about the blurred lines.While criticizing Porter for not providing cost data, board member Robin SmithMartin said he supports Porters goal as long as the cost is neutral. I thought wed be getting a presentation of analysis to make a decision, he said. It sounds like the superintendent wants to build his leadership team and have an attorney in-house, he said. I dont have a problem if the superintendent feels like on his team he wants to have inhouse counsel and theres a relatively net zero change in cost. I think the proof is in whats it gonna cost. He reiterated, We were given no information to analyze. Dick said Smits17 years of experience with the district as a client is invaluable. The consideration of an alternative model is not based on the quality of legal services, Porter said. It more has to do with the accessibility. Porter said he would bring back a recommendation for a board vote while noting, Im hearing a lot of concerns.Davidson called outDuring the legal discussion, board Chairman Andy Griffiths pondered if one board member requests legal work if that interpreted as representing the collective will of the board. He gave the example of Davidson recently working with Smits to write a contract for auditor and accountant Steve Pribramsky to perform a post-construction analysis of the $38 million rebuild of Horace OBryant Middle School in Key West.The auditing service was ultimately put out to bid with responses due on Sept. 17, but not without board members criticizing Davidson for what was perceived as an end-run.Dick said it wasnt great, while Smith-Martin called Davidsons move underhanded. To that, Davidson loudly exclaimed, bull expletive.Board members say plan lacks cost analysisBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS KEYSNET.COM Subscriptions 743-5551

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construction development documents. Design documents were to be complete by Sept. 4, construction documents by Sept. 23 and bids due by Oct. 4, according to the current schedule. Thats roughly three months for what many have said is typically a sixmonth process. Horn wrote that the shortened timetable would lead to inaccurate bids and, ultimately, numerous changeorder requests that could drive the price of the city hall higher than anticipated.On Monday, Florida Keys Contractors Association President Chris Gratton sent an e-mail to council members expressing concerns with the accelerated bid process.We have been contacted by several members of our organization that plan on bidding on the project and state that it is near impossible to complete a competitive bid in the nineto 10-day time frame, he wrote.But Cinque said he believes Hernstadt did nothing wrong, and points to billions of dollars worth of contracts Hernstadt oversaw as a longtime Miami-Dade County and city of Miami employee.Hes been doing his job, as far as Im concerned, managing a contract we have. I think a couple of council people are getting close to interfering with his job, he said. Hernstadt told the Keynoter last week that he is doing what the council ordered him to when it agreed to move forward with the project get it done as soon as reasonably possible.At the Sept. 19 City Council meeting, Councilman Dick Ramsay attempted to voice major concerns with the timetable during the meetings closing comments last Tuesday, but he was interrupted and ultimately cut off by Cinque, who was angered by Ramsays timing.He had ample opportunity if he wanted to talk about it [during the meeting]. All he did was shout fire in a crowded theater, Cinque said Monday, referring to a Planning Department update earlier in the meeting. Cinque was also angered by a perceived insinuation that he was pushing the project along so he could be recognized before terming out of office after six years in November as one of the council members responsible for a new city hall. He adamantly denies that. My entire questioning of Roger on that contract is about every 10 days I ask him how its going and he says, Its going good, Cinque said. Horn told the Keynoter he has a scheduling conflict on Thursday that hes attempting to clear up, but hopes to attend the special meeting. I have a Planning Board meeting in Key West at the same time. Im trying to see if the planner involved in the project can handle that so I can go to the meeting. Itll be nice to have a meeting and talk about it and move on, he said. Murray said working with Porter on document access has always been a struggle. We are not talking about odd of exceptional behavior. Rather, my suit addresses what has become the norm with the Porter administration. It wasnt clear on Tuesday if Porter had been served with the lawsuit. But Porter who in the past has acknowledged the district could improve its publicrecords access didnt respond to a request for comment. Board Chairman Andy Griffiths said he would meet with the superintendent to find out why we cant seem to do the simplest things. He agreed that a list of supplemental pay is something that should be readily available since it presumably has figured into the districts recent budget preparation and ongoing contract negotiations with the United Teachers of Monroe union. While this is the first time that I have sued, Murray said, it is by no means the first time I have had difficulty obtaining compliance with public records requests. Last year, Murray threatened to sue even hiring former State Attorney Dennis Ward when the district wouldnt produce reports generated through the in-house and since discontinued waste, fraud and abuse hotline. When the reports finally came out, it set in motion the ouster of then-Finance Director Ken Gentile, who set up the hotline. Although there was never a formal inquiry, a review of the reports indicates Gentile rarely followed up on the anonymous hotline tips and diverted those that complained about him into a dead-end e-mail address that belonged to his former intern. Murray said he is not amendable to any out-ofcourt resolution because he wants a definitive answer from Chief Monroe County Circuit Court Judge David Audlin, who will hear the case. On Tuesday, there wasnt a court date set. Wednesday,September 18,2013 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com In Loving Memory ofI a n B o s w e l l On his 30th Birthday S e p t e m b e r 1 8 2 0 1 3 A vast ocean of tears could never wash away the familiar sorrow which permeates every last inch of life; and time is not the healer that its said to be. It cannot satisfy the longing, nor ease the suffering of a heart heavy with grief. It cannot fill the insatiable emptiness, nor quiet the trembling of a troubled soul. But one day there will come a day of reunion, when the tears are tears of joy, and the heart and soul finally receive eternal peace.H a p p y B i r t h d a y B u d d y W e l o v e a n d m i s s y o u M o m D a d J a g e r a n d U n c l e M a r k D CITYOFMARATHON, FLORIDA9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, FL33050 Phone: (305) 743-0033 PUBLIC NOTICE OF MARATHON CITYCOUNCIL SPECIALCALLMEETINGNotice Is Hereby Given That The City Council Members Will Meet For ASpecial Call City Council Meetin g On Thursday, September 19thof 2013 At 5:30 PM At The Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hi g hway In Marathon To Hold Discussions Pertainin g To The City Of Marathon City Hall Contract.The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Individuals with disabilities requirin g special accommodations or assistance should call City Hall (305) 289-5020 of such need at least 48 hours in advance.Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at any the meetin g or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedin g s, and that, for such purposes he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedin g s is made; which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. All interested persons are invited to attend the meetin g and participate in the discussion; or, written comments may be sent to the City of Marathon, c/o City Clerk, 9805 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL33050. Published Keynoter 9-18-13 this month. Court documents indicate many of the arrests were made after federal fisheries investigators raided a Grassy Key marine-life business suspected of selling sharks and other species that cannot be taken without special permits, which were not issued. The new indictment says Perrin and Franko stored some of their illegal catch at a Middle Keys marine-life business, which arranged shipping to Michigan. The catch reportedly included undersized nurse sharks that were listed in documents as another species. One box shipped Sept. 1, 2011, from Marathon to Tropicorium contained prohibited sea fans ... 12 blue-line anemone shrimp ... 20 baby angelfish less than 1 inch in length, and one baby butterfly fish, the indictment says. Franko and Perrin reportedly came to the Keys in May and August 2011. Sites they fished reportedly include Halfmoon Reef off Marathon, and waters near Marathon High School. The indictment signed by Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Watts-Fitzgerald says each of the two men face a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison if convicted. The government seeks forfeiture of Perrins 2008 Chevrolet van.If convicted, 10 years possibleFrom Indicted,1A Records tough to come byFrom Lawsuit,1AArchitect raises deadline issuesFrom Marathon,1ACrackdown on liveaboards comingBoaters in the Florida Keysnew managed anchoring areas can expect a knock on the hull from state and local enforcement officers. Sheriff Rick Ramsay told the Monroe County Commission Tuesday that the Sheriffs Office and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have increased marine patrols in the anchorages to alert boaters to new regulations.We are taking a harderline stance on problem boaters, Ramsay told commissioners in Marathon. Were trying to weed out the troublemakers versus the good citizens who live on boats.If you comply and follow the rules, theres no problem, Ramsay said. If you dont, youll find yourself gone.The new managed anchoring areas were approved by the state and county to prevent irresponsible boating practices that can lead to pollution and derelict vessels, a county brochure says. In areas like Boca Chica Basin and the Key Haven boat ramp in the Lower Keys, and the Tarpon Basin area in Key Largo, officers also target obnoxious or illegal behavior, Ramsay said. Some people no longer use the [Key Haven] boat ramp because theyre concerned and afraid to be there, Ramsay said. People are being accosted or pressured for money.... There is some crime associated with people on boats out there.The number of anchored boats off Boca Chica seems to have doubled, Ramsay said. While enforcing boating safety, registration and sanitary regulations, officers also are trying to get contact information.On most vessels with people aboard, they want to comply with the [anchoring] ordinance. Theyre doing what they can, FWC Capt. Pat Langley said. But there are quite a few unattended boats.In Boca Chica Basin and Cow Key Channel, FWC officers issued written warnings for seven vessels anchored in a no-anchoring area and four for not having required pumpout stickers. Nineteen boats were tagged as at risk of becoming derelict because of their poor condition.No citations have been issued. Weve still got a lot of work to do, said Langley, noting that Key West Harbor and other new areas have not been checked.Commissioner Sylvia Murphy said increased enforcement made a difference at the waterfront grounds at the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center in Key Largo.The good people who live out there [on boats] realize were serious and theyre watching the no-goods, she said. Ramsay said the Sheriffs Office will conduct three months of regular patrols at the anchorages but likely will seek funding from Boating Improvement Funds to maintain the effort. County Mayor George Neugent said having a regular patrol presence on the water is so important in a county completely surrounded by water. Tarpon Basin in Key Largo is not covered as a managed anchoring area but that could change with new onshore support facilities, Neugent said. The existing anchorages were approved under a state pilot program scheduled to expire next July. However, the Florida Legislature may extend the program.Troublemakers are the targets, law officers sayON THE WATERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/Photos RENTING?BUYING? SELLING?Use the KeynoterClassifieds for all your real estate needs. 743-5551

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Opinion & EditorialWednesday,September 18,2013 Florida Keys Keynoter 4A 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 EDITORIALVillage gets $6.5M surpriseLETTERS TO THE EDITORMore sanctuary inputThe Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is conducting a review of sanctuary regulations, including the rules and boundaries for marine zones in the sanctuary and surrounding national wildlife refuges in preparation for development of a revision of the sanctuary management plan. Much has changed since the last revision of the plan in 2005. The environmental conditions of our sanctuary continue to decline. The Florida Keys Sanctuary Condition Report of 2011 ( http://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/science/condition/fknms/welcome.html ) documents the evaluation of the critical elements of our sanctuary as Good, Good/Fair, Fair, Fair/Poor, Poor, and Undetermined. Of the 17 questions used to rate the conditions of the critical elements of water, habitat, living resources and maritime archaeological resources, none are Good, only one is Good/Fair, three are Fair, 10 are Fair/Poor, one is Poor, and one is Undetermined. After decades of monitoring the decline of our marine environments, we are now developing the science and technology that will add Restoration to the sanctuary tool kit of Preservation, Conservation, Education and Outreach, Management, and Enforcement. In addition to monitoring the condition of our living marine natural resources, we can now work on active ecosystem restoration. We can grow and restore the critical species, corals, herbivores and others that are essential to the health of our marine ecosystems. In order to accomplish preservation and restoration of our sanctuary, we need to revisit the marine zoning, boundaries, and rules of our sanctuary. The Sanctuary Advisory Council, made up of representatives from Keys communities, is the front line of this revision. Our suggestions and plans will be the first outline for sanctuary and legal efforts at management-plan development. The SAC needs community involvement and suggestions to make this plan compatible with the economic, recreational and environmental requirements of Keys residents. So far, the commercial elements of the community have been very vocal with a message that additional zoning and regulation is not welcome. However, environmental considerations, including restoration and ecological protection, are also very important. The plan will require the consensus, compromise and cooperation of the community. Compromise is difficult and it cannot be reached if only one element of the community provides input. We need not only the commercial elements but also those with recreational and environmental interests to provide council and opinion. There are four public meetings this month to seek community input on development of the new management plan for the sanctuary. We need all perspectives to be represented at these meetings. Martin Moe Sanctuary Advisory Council MarathonKeys knowledge goes farI read a letter in the Keynoter saying to support the Wild Bird Center. Walking along the pier in Laguna Beach, Calif., recently, we saw a cormorant with two hooks in his beak and one in his wing. Everyone was standing around looking at the bird and doing nothing, not even calling animal rescue. Jeannette Preston, who lived in Marathon from the time she was 5, caught the bird and removed all the hooks to a standing ovation. Even heard one remark: Shes dressed for the occasion. Just thought you would like to know what she learned in the Keys has gone nationwide. I am a very proud father. Jerry Kranz MarathonACA help availableOne mission of the League of Women Voters is to educate voters about important issues in a bipartisan, just-the-facts way. In a state that is second in the nation in the rate of uninsured citizens, one of those important issues is the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).As president of the local chapter, I wanted to find information to help me educate Upper Keys residents about the exchanges that will open on Oct. 1. My research led me to an article about the navigators being trained to explain these exchanges. That sounded like a good idea.It was shocking, then, to hear of the Florida Department of Healths decision to bar these federal navigators from county health units, preventing working-class Floridians from even receiving information about how to enroll in private insurance plans while at county health departments. By shutting out these navigators, the state has left some of its most vulnerable citizens in the dark about how to use the online Marketplace to find the healthcare coverage they need.The state has already made a wrong choice in refusing to accept the federal money for Medicaid expansion. Accepting the money is an economic no-brainer: $51 billion from the federal government over the next 10 years would provide a huge boost to Floridas economy, and the 120,000 jobs some studies project the expansion would create are much needed in a state still struggling with high unemployment.With the Oct. 1 opening of the online health-care marketplace fast approaching, I only hope that the state will reverse its policy immediately. In the meantime, the Upper Keys League of Women Voters will host speakers at its October general meeting who will discuss aspects of the Affordable Care Act, including the online marketplace. The meeting will be on Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. at the Key Largo Library community room and is free to the public. The library is in Trade Winds Plaza at mile marker 101.4 oceanside. Catherine Bosworth TavernierSpecial interests dominateOn Oct. 1, Key West voters will be asked to vote on the following question: Shall the city of Key West request that the Army Corps of Engineers conduct a comprehensive feasibility study, at no monetary cost to the city, to determine the environmental, economic and social impacts of widening the Key West main ship channel for use by modern and longer cruise ships while also addressing navigational safety? The Corps would charge $3 million, with half of that paid through a nonfederal match. If there is a yes vote and the study proceeds, a special-interest group composed of individuals and organizations has agreed to pay the citys share of the studys cost. That is how it is at no monetary cost to the city. This payment is, in effect, a gift to the city, and it is unsecured.For the members of the special-interest group, it is an investment in which they expect a return namely, significant economic benefits for themselves.Also, if there is a yes vote and the study proceeds, the city will have to devote staff and resources to the study to assist the Corps of Engineers. This will clearly be a cost to the city and contradicts the ballot question language.More important, though, do you want your city to be obligated to, or even have the appearance of being obligated to, any special-interest group? There are many of us in America who feel that special-interest groups already have an undue influence on all levels of our governments. Dave Horn Key West New Vineyard, MaineBeware the pit bullsWe just wanted to inform all of the residents in the area of 46th street in Marathon to be aware of incident that happened on Sept. 3 at 11:30 p.m. We were sleeping and were awoken by a loud noise outside of our home. As I opened the curtain in front of our slider, two pit bull dogs were jumping on the slider. They then turned and ran down the driveway.We went outside to check on our two cats, both 18 years old, that sleep in the flower bed in the area where we heard the noise, only to find both of the cats had been killed and left in the driveway.We called the Monroe County Sheriffs Office and they responded, as did Safe Harbor Animal Rescue of the Keys. We caught the dogs and put leashes on them, as we recognized them as the dogs down the street. Adeputy arrived and was informed of what happened. The deputy walked down the street and woke up the owner to come get the dogs. Then the deputy took information and pictures. The dog owners son was there in the street making comments like why all of this for two dead cats. He further was very disrespectful to the deputy.SHARK arrived and went down the street to see the dogs and to get information. The deputy then returned and was given our information and then took the cats and said he would be back the next day to give a citation to the dogsowner. The next day, I was at work and next to our home when I found another cat that was dead. SHARK was called about this incident, also. The animal control officer arrived back in the morning and the owner was cited and fined $200.The owner was asked to provide proof of vaccines; to date they have not been able to produce these records, so the dogs have a 10-day quarantine to the owners property. The owner has stated they are not responsible and will not pay the fine.Since this, we have been told the same two pit bull dogs were seen on another night in the area, where a third cat was found as they chased a man that was walking his dog at 11 p.m. He had to run back to his home with his dog.I would like to thank the Sheriffs Office and SHARK for their quick response and assistance, and providing us with the information we have available to us as residents to pursue this further.Bonnie Clydesdale Larry Wade MarathonSafer riders comingThe Monroe County School District and Marathon High School have again committed to assist in bringing a valuable service to the community. With their cooperation, we are able to continue to conduct the stateapproved Florida Riding Training Program classes at Marathon High. This enables Keys residents to get the motorcycle endorsement on their license and attend the state-required classes right here in the Keys, thereby saving the locals having to go to the mainland and spending two or three times the amount in money and time.We thank Suanne Lee at the district office for her assistance, and Marathon High Principal Hammond Gracy and his staff, especially Regina Ryan, Vanessa Moodley and Teresa Konrath for their support. Kevin Freeman needs to be acknowledged for teaching motorcycle safety awareness to his drivers education students. Thank you, all.Lets all be safe out there on the road and share the road safely. Rupert A. Staudner MarathonHow did the Village Council not know about added costs for its wastewater system?Most elected officials dont like surprises. Especially, the kind that come in big newspaper headlines on a topic thats already a sore point. That seems to be the reaction in the village of Islamorada, where council members learned from T he Reporter of a possible $6.5 million surprise changeorder bill for the citys wastewater treatment system. When our sister newspaper, The Reporter broke the story last Thursday morning, it caught the mayor and members of the council flat-footed. Mayor Ken Philipson said he did not know about the change order or delays that Reynolds Water Islamorada warned would result in shifting from gravity pumps to a vacuum system for outlying areas. During the councils regularly scheduled meeting later that night, Councilman David Purdo questioned how much the village is paying its wastewater consultants to avoid such surprises. And he challenged fees being paid to local consulting firm Wade Trim and Michigan-based Wyler Engineering. In the 10 months the consultants have been on the job, the two firms have billed the village nearly $3 million in fees. By contrast, Monroe County hired the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority to oversee its approximately $150 million Cudjoe Regional sewer construction project for a flat rate of $7 million. Former Islamorada Mayor Chris Sante, in a letter circulated to Village Council members last week, raised the question on many minds: You are looking at a cost of $6.5 million ... for a change order to service about 40 hookups. Where is the common sense in that? Well, of course, there isnt any common-sense yardstick applied when it comes to the village and its checkered history on wastewater. For residents with poor memories, recall the tortured path of negotiations that took place between the Village Council and the Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District board. At one point in 2011, Key Largo wastewater officials said treating Islamoradas sewage would cost $11.5 million. Islamorada councilmen responded with a $3 million counteroffer, prompting Key Largo to end negotiations. Eventually, cooler heads prevailed on both sides, and that impasse was overcome. But the disturbing pattern of starts, stops and bumps along the road reflect poorly on village leadership. And the latest $6.5 million change order surprise certainly reinforces that reputation. The village council has called a workshop for Oct. 9 to discuss these and other wastewater billing issues. That meeting begins at 3 p.m. in the community room in Founders Park. This is one not to miss if you have any questions or concerns about costs and oversight on the villages $91 million (soon to be $98 million?) sewer project.Wayne Markham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Richard Tamborrino . . .Advertising/New Bus.Dev.Dir. Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2013 Keynoter Publishing Co. Make you voice heardThe Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Councils Ecosystem Protection Working Group has the following meetings set to take public input. All run from 5 to 8 p.m.:Sept.23,Key Colony Beach City Hall,600 W.Ocean Drive,Key Colony Beach.Focus Area:Middle Keys.Sept.24,Hilton Key Largo Resort,97 mile marker.Focus area: Upper Keys.Sept.25:DoubleTree Grand Key Resort,3990 S.Roosevelt Blvd., Key West.Focus area:Lower Keys.Sept.26:DoubleTree Grand Key Resort.Focus area:Marquesas and Tortugas. Neighbor helps neighborI am recovering from a condition known as Guillain barre syndrome. It is known as French polio. The long and the short of it is, if you cant walk, you cant work. The savings that I had quickly evaporated, and I was close to being evicted when a friend suggested I contact the Coldwell Banker Schmidt Charitable Foundation. I also contacted the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Charitable Trust. And what a lucky day that was for me. They really came through in a big way. I cannot thank them enough for giving me a helping hand. They are neighbors helping neighbors. And I would like to give a huge shout out to Hospice of the Florida Keys/Visiting Nurse Association of the Florida Keys. They keep me moving. Thank you again. Ruth Jones MarathonThe sound of freedomThe Naval Air Station at Key West has been there since before World War I. Anyone moving nearby and then complaining about the noise is an idiot. Many people would love to live nearby. To them, F-35s sound like freedom. Don Gerloff Islamorada Jeannette Preston removes the three hooks from the California bird. LETTERS TO THE EDITORThe disturbing pattern of starts, stops and bumps along the road reflect poorly on village leadership. And the latest $6.5 million change order surprise certainly reinforces that reputation.

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Wednesday,September 18,2013 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:DEADLINE TO FILE BP CLAIM IS APRIL 22, 2014 WE ARE A LOCAL LAW FIRM WITH OVER A DECADE OF PRACTICING IN THE KEYS. CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM TO DISCUSS YOUR POTENTIAL CLAIM.Campbell & Malafy10887 Overseas Highway Suite #201 Marathon, FL 33050 Office: (305)743-2492 Fax: (305)743-2432email: rmalafy@msn.com www.campbellandmalafy.comThings you need to know about your rights under the BP Oil Spill Settlement:This is a Court authorized and Court supervised settlement which BP entered into voluntarily, that in part, limits BPs liability for past and future damages resulting from the spill.BP has agreed in Court documents that Monroe County was in fact affected by the spill and that there may be future effects of the spill felt in the Keys.BP has agreed that Monroe County residents do not need to prove that the spill caused any loss it is presumed for businesses and individuals meeting the financial criteria.You are included as a member in this settlement unless you opted out or were specifically excluded; most Monroe County residents and businesses are included.As a member of the settlement, you must make your claim by April 22, 2014.You cannot simply wait and see. If you do not make a claim by April 22, 2014, your claim will forever be lost and you will release BP from any claim you may have had for both past and future damages.There is no cost to you to determine if you are a member of the settlement and entitled to compensation. We do not charge upfront costs or fees and if you do not recover you do not pay anything.If it is determined you are entitled to compensation you may also be entitled to several times that amount to compensate you for future losses. You may be entitled to compensation under the settlement even if you were previously denied. Class 22 about to startLeadership Monroe County, the educational nonprofit community leadership organization for the Keys, has finalized its roster for its 22nd year of programs with the selection of Class 22.The Key West Chamber of Commerce developed Leadership Monroe County in 1992 to address the rapidly changing needs and concerns of the county, develop a group of well-educated leaders, and help guide the communityin a positive direction.The organization came under the umbrella of the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys in 2006 with Class 15, and in 2010 established itself as an independent nonprofit governed by a countywide 20-member board.Monthly sessions begin Oct. 4 in Key West, with subsequent monthly classes throughout the Keys culminating in graduation April 2014. Class 22 participants:Terry Abel, Islamorada fire chief.Gina Boilini, manager, Docs Diner.Tammy Collins, sales, Cooke Communications.Craig Cope, president, Key Largo Chamber of Commerce.Cathy Crane, chief deputy clerk of court, Monroe County.Jill Cranney-Gage, senior accountant, Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority; commissioner, Florida Keys Mosquito Control District.Jed Dodds, executive director, The Studios of Key West.Susan Harrison, board director, Monroe Association of ReMARCable Citizens.Don Hiller, captain and inspector general, Monroe County Sheriffs Office. Lee Ann Holroyd, lieutenant, Sheriffs Office.Jennifer Hulse, The Hulse Law Office PA.Rudy Krause, president, Rudy Krause Construction.Patrick Lefere, executive director of operations and Planning, Monroe County School DistrictHal Leftwich, chief executive officer, Fishermens Community Hospital.Sue Lovley, legal assistant, Thomas D. Wright Law Offices.Joanne Mahoney, physician.Scott Newton, owner, Key Colony Help Desk.Cali Roberts, assistant executive director, Womankind.Susan Sprunt, environmental planner, village of Islamorada.Dawn Stavor, director of nursing, Mariners Hospital.Pete Worthington, commercial fisherman and charter captain.Elizabeth Young, executive director, Florida Keys Council of the Arts.Leadership Monroe is aimed at residents who are active in leadership roles within the private sector, government or community organizations. Through a series of one and two-day sessions, participants examine fundamental public and private issues throughout the county to inform and help them make quality leadership decisions they can incorporate into their respective companies and organizations.Led by experts and the heads of the respective fields surveyed, classes this year focus on tourism, the economy, environmental issues, education, government, judiciary and the law, military in the Keys, health care and human services, emergency management, arts and culture, and the media. In addition to the ongoing monthly sessions during the year, Leadership Monroe will continue to sponsor Florida Keys Day in Tallahassee during the next legislative session in the spring. Leadership Class 17 resumed Florida Keys Day in 2009 after it had been dormant. Since its inception, more than 470 people have graduated from Leadership Monroe.Participants come from all walks of lifeLEADERSHIP MONROE COUNTY Business TRAIL FRIENDLY ZONE The Key Largo Chamber of Commerces Visitor Center at mile marker 106 bayside got a facelift last week when volunteers got together to convert the center into a trailhead for the Trail Friendly Zone campaign.Visitors can now ride and park their bikes in front of the center at the new bike rack donated by Community Bank of Florida. Showing off the designation are Matt Thibos from the Everglades Alligator Farm and Cheryl Powers from Sea Tow Key Largo.To find out how your business can qualify for Trail Friendly Zone status,call 451-1414. Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/Photos

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AMonroe County gov-ernment budget thatincludes pay raises forcounty workers passedThursday, but when themoney shows up in pay-checks remains uncertain.The newly approvedoperating budget of $286.7million for the fiscal yearthat states Oct. 1 includes$600,000 in raises to beshared by the countys 500-plus employees, but countycommissioners and CountyAdministrator RomanGastesi could not settle onhow to award individualpay hikes.It was the most con-tentious issue at the KeyWest hearing before the finalbudget and property-tax ratewon approval on 4-1 votes.The new ad valorem rateof $4.02 per $1,000 of tax-able assessed property valuewill cost the owner of a prop-erty with a taxable assess-ment of $300,000 about$1,206 annually for unincor-porated county expenses,including the MonroeCounty Sheriffs Office.It does not include prop-erty taxes for schools, mos-quito control, water manage-ment or special districts. Due to rising propertyvalues and new construc-tion, the tax rate is below thecurrent rate but 2.67 percentabove the rollback rate,which would raise the sameamount of tax money nextfiscal year as in the currentone. The new rate will gen-erate about $77 million fromproperty taxes, up about $2million from this year.Commissioner HeatherCarruthers voted against themillage and operating budg-et after her motion to delayraises, pending completionof an ongoing salary study,was defeated, 3-2.How can you say no tothis motion? Carruthersasked sharply. She later saidthe commission was flyingblind absent this compensa-tion study.Other commissionerssaid they would authorizeraises expected to aver-age around 3 percent once theyre satisfied with amerit-pay plan forwarded byGastesi.Gastesi intended toaward raises mostly as acost-of-living increase tonearly all staff but withholdraises from some slackersout there.This is vague,Commissioner DannyKolhage said. We donthave the details.Average employees shouldget a cost-of-living increase,commissioners said, but high-performing employeesdeserve more money.The board kept money forraises in the budget but askedGastesi to provide a specificplan for merit increases.Kolhage cast the lonevote against the countyscapital-improvement budgetof $130 million, saying that$2.7 million listed for repair-ing the old Seven MileBridge should be movedinto land acquisition.With repairs to the oldbridge to cost far more thanthe county could afford,Kolhage said, these moniesought to be budgeted forserious things that may actu-ally happen.Kolhage also has criticizeda proposal to spend $5 millionto buy the Rowells Marinaproperty in Key Largo forpublic use but did not raisethat objection Thursday.Newly included in thebudget is $226,000 for theMonroe County HealthDepartment to provide vac-cinations against human-papilloma virus for 300 localwomen. The virus can causecervical cancer.Commissioners acknowl-edged the importance of thevaccine but blamed theFlorida Legislature for notproviding funding.Only a handful of resi-dents commented on thecounty budget at two hear-ings and an open meeting. KeysNet.comKeynoter 6AWednesday,September 18,2013 Final 2014 budget setStaff raisesdraw criticismfor new detailsCOUNTY COMMISSION Homeless man stabs anotherOne Key West homelessman is in jail charged withattempted murder whileanother is in the RyderTrauma Center in Miamirecovering from a stabwound inflicted during aFriday night fight at HiggsBeach, a popular hangout forthe Southernmost Citys size-able street population.Roosevelt Washington,53, is being held withoutbond at the Monroe CountyDetention Center on StockIsland. Hes charged withattempted murder forallegedly stabbing multipletimes Mark Barnes, 52, whowas subsequently airlifted toMiami from Lower KeysMedical Center.Washington denied stab-bing Barnes, according tonumerous police reports, butdid admit to brawling.Aknife was found in atree several feet from ablood-stained bench.Two witnesses told policethe fight started near somepicnic tables on Higgs Beachwhen a drunk Barnes startedhurling racial epithets atWashington. It was around8:30 p.m.Key West Police OfficerRandall Smith encounteredWashington walking downAtlantic Boulevard with ablood-stained shirt.Washington said hewouldnt speak with whitecops about what happenedbut announced, I didnt stabanyone!, prompting Randallto ask, Who said anythingabout stabbing? accordingto the reports.Police used a cameraphone to send a photo ofWashington to Barnesloca-tion. Detective MatthewHaley said Barnes was notdoing well but identifiedRoosevelt as his assailant.Acook at the Atlantic-sideSalute restaurant on Higgscalled the cops after Barneswent to the kitchen door ask-ing for help and saying hehad been stabbed, accordingto reports.Monroe County AssistantState Attorney Val Winter isreviewing the chargesagainst Washington. Therewasnt an arraignment dateset on Tuesday but CircuitCourt Judge Mark Jones willhear the case.Since 2010, there have beenthree incidents involving onehomeless man killing another.Last month in Marathon,Timothy Howard, 59, alleged-ly used a six-inch filet knife tostab to death Richard Maslar,53, at an encampment acrossU.S. 1 from the Knights KeyCampground during a fightover a missing bag.Howard is scheduled tostand trial on Dec. 9 in frontof County Judge Ruth Becker Fred Berndt, 46, ischarged with manslaughter inthe Jan. 19, 2012, death ofKenneth Anderson, 41.Police say Brundt andAnderson fought and Brundtknocked Anderson to theground at the Dions QuikMart at U.S. 1 and 62ndStreet in Marathon.Berndt is set for trial, alsoin front of Becker, on Oct. 15.On Dec. 25, 2010, policesay, William Millstead, 50,killed Clay Ratcliff, 49, byhitting him in the head witha hammer at a homelesscamp near mile marker 5.Millstead reportedly wasjealous of Ratcliffs relation-ship with a woman.Millstead is set forrelease from prison in 2060.It allegedlystems fromracial commentBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comCRIME FRONTBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writerkwadlow@keynoter.comMore sanctuary input soughtAfter hitting rough waterrecently, advisers to theFlorida Keys NationalMarine Sanctuary this weektry again to explain sugges-tions for new marine-lifeprotected areas at sea.There seems to be a lotof confusion about whatsbeing recommended andwho recommended it, sanc-tuary Superintendent SeanMorton said Tuesday.Beginning Monday, mem-bers of the SanctuaryAdvisory Council and itsEcosystem Protection work-ing group hold a four-pro-gram series of evening meet-ings to facilitate informationexchange and solicit regionand site-specific input frominterested residents.This will be more infor-mal than an actual meetingwith an agenda, Mortonsaid. More of a roundtableformat where people cantalk and ask questions.There is a lot of misin-formation about this being adone deal, he said. Its stillvery early in the process at the beginning, really.As part of the first majorupdate to its management plansince 1997, the Keys sanctu-ary will consider changingexisting marine protectedareas or adding new ones.Aslate of changes sug-gested by advisers including proposals for newno-take areas, large andsmall generated strongopposition from people inthe commercial-fishingindustry and sportfishingbusiness at meetings in lateJuly and August.Theyre overreachingand getting into fishery man-agement, which is an areathey should not be, saidKey West charter captainBill Wickers, a former sanc-tuary adviser. Theyre try-ing to say its not fisherymanagement but when theytake enormous swaths ofocean and say you cant fishthere, that the ultimate infishery management,Wickers said.Morton said any recom-mendations from the Ecos-ystem Protection workinggroup will be reviewed andamended by the full SanctuaryAdvisory Council.Federal and state officialsthen draft a series of alterna-tives which lead to a detailedsocio-economic impactstatement.Regional input meetingsthis week in Key ColonyBeach, Key Largo and KeyWest focus on the advisorygroups proposals for nearbywaters.Meetings open at 5 p.m.,with an outline of the regula-tory review process, fol-lowed by an hour of round-table talk. The process willbe repeated at 6:30 p.m.The Monday meetingwill be held at Key ColonyBeach City Hall, followedby a Tuesday session at theKey Largo Hilton, milemarker 97 bayside. Two meetings will be heldat the DoubleTree Grand KeyResort in Key West, on Sept.25 and 26. The Sept. 25 ses-sion looks at Lower Keyswater, while proposals for theMarquesas and Dry Tortugaswill be discussed Sept. 26.Four sessionsAre plannedfor next weekON THE WATERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writerkwadlow@keynoter.comUnited Way helps students Its as simple as ABC:Kids need school supplies tosucceed at their studies.Thats why the UnitedWay of the Florida Keys andits community partnerslaunched Stuff the Bus, aneffort that produced truck-loads of school supplies dis-tributed last week to all 17Monroe County schools fromKey Largo to Key West.United Way volunteersshowed up early at theFlorida Keys ElectricCooperative in Marathon andloaded their vehicles withpens, pencils, paper, back-packs, binders, notebooksand other school supplies thathad been collected in theStuff the Bus drive.Were very grateful toUnited Way for includingPoinciana [Elementary]School in its Stuff the Busprogram, PrincipalChristina McPherson said.These supplies will givemany of our students thetools they need to succeed inschool.Forty-nine percent ofMonroe County studentshave qualified for free orreduced price meals duringthe 2013-14 school year. Thismeans more than 4,000 stu-dents come from familieswho struggle to buy food, letalone items from back-to-school shopping lists provid-ed by their schools.David Murphy, principalof Coral Shores High School,called the load of supplies hisschool received from theUnited Way drive amazingand substantial.Our guidance staff hasalready identified several stu-dents that lack the basic sup-plies needed to functioneffectively in the academicenvironment, Murphy said.They will be able to distrib-ute the supplies to these stu-dents and see that we removethis barrier to success.Margie Smith, presidentof the Keys United Way,described Stuff the Bus as acommunity effort. She had special praise forPublix, which donated$1,800 from its checkout giftcard program, Tools forSchool; Office Depot, whichdonated 200 backpacks; andOffice Max, which heavilydiscounted back-to-schoolitems for the effort.Other businesses, agen-cies and community groupsalso chipped in.MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS The students at Sugarloaf School show their appreciation for the supplies they gotthrough Stuff The Bus.Several agenciescontribute tothe big effort

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 18,2013 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 4BB Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle 4801 O/S Hwy. | Marathon, FL |(305) 289-2038 Introducing: 40% off Green Living We see it all around trash in the street,behind stores,in the mangroves.Little effort on everyones part can make the Florida Keys a cleaner place.Column, 3B Fatigue dooms Lady ConchsLast weekends two-day eight-team Key West High invitational volleyball tournament, conducted on two courts at the Bobby Menendez Gym amid a din of participantsscreams and refereeswhistles, did not begin well for the host Conchs.On Friday, they lost to Atlantic High and Monsignor Pace, and on Saturday morning were defeated by Palm Beach Gardens to drop to 0-6 on the season.Now, just before noon, it was time to take on Marathon. The Dolphins, who had lost on Friday to South Fork (the eventual tourney champion) and to Palm Beach Central, were fresh off a 25-12, 25-22 victory over Hardee in Saturdays first best-of-three match.In that match, JohnNisha Qualls, Sydney Konrath and Jordan Roney combined for 17 kills for coach Carol Millers team. That trio stayed hot against the Conchs, taking advantage of perfect sets, as did Gardine Raymond. Amanda Bruland came off the bench and got three service points as the Dolphins won the first game, 25-17. That left senior Ryann Appleby, by far the ConchsBut Marathon rebounds with tough victoryBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorPREP VOLLEYBALLPhoto by BERT BUDDEMarathons Sydney Konrath goes up to score during the Key West invitational tournament. See Volleyball,2BLady Canes get sweptAstate-caliber volleyball team from Ransom Everglades jumped on Coral Shores High early Wednesday on the way to a three-game sweep.Coral Shores head coach Andy Thiery compared Ransom (4-1) to the volleyball equivalent of a locomotive after the Raiders25-12, 25-16, 25-20 win in Miami. The Lady Canes (5-3) regrouped after the one-sided opening game, he said. By the competitive third game, the Canes were countering with an attack of their own.Main hitters Ellie Leopold and Melissa Helphrey combined for 14 kill shots against the Raiders defense. Amberlyn Casas turned in one of her best matches this fall with four blocks at the net.Brooklyn Irwin contributed a phenomenal effort with defensive digs and solid passes, the coach said. At midseason, Thiery said, the Canes have a very sound understanding of our strengths and play toward them while trying to improve on our weaknesses. The Canes got a chance to test their progress on the road against district power Gulliver Prep, and at home against Florida Christian, earlier this week (scores pending at press time). Coral Shores hosts Keys Gate at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, after a 4 p.m. JVstart.Coach Chad Gardners junior-varsity Canes travel to the two-day Florida Christian JV Tournament, beginning Friday.In other Upper Keys prep sports this week:Coral Shoresswim team competes against LaSalle and Marathon High School at 4 p.m. today at the Founders Park pool in Islamorada. Then the Canes then have no meets scheduled until Oct. 2.Cross-country teams from Coral Shores run Thursday at the Pine Crest Invitational Meet in Broward County.Island Christian Schools volleyball team plays a 4 p.m. Thursday varsity match at home against Redland Christian. The Lady Eagles are home again Friday for a 4 p.m. JVgame and a 5:30 p.m. varsity game with Westwood Christian.Vball team hosts Keys gate 4 p.m.TuesdayCORAL SHORES VOLLEYBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Column on hiatusDue to inclement conditions,Capt.Chris Johnsons fishing report is on hiatus this week.Conditions improving,it will return next week. Lossless Conchs give one awayKey West High lineman Kenneth Sagan, his face darkly smeared as if with black war paint, knelt alone on the Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium turf, minutes after a field goal had spun through the goalposts to seal the Conchsfate Friday night.He spit out an expletive before saying, We had em.The Conchs had led Satellite Beach, 14-0, but ended up losing, 16-14, their third consecutive defeat without a victory.Twenty yards away from Sagan, running back Deonte Stemage, his face dotted with sweat, sat in the grass in contemplation. Not acceptable, he said. All I can say is we have a lot of work to do.Before the game, coach Johnny Hughes was asked if this would be the night for the first victory. Sure hope so, he had said. Would make the weekend nicer.It began well for Key West.A51-yard touchdown run by quarterback Andrew Freeman gave the Conchs a 70 lead late in the first quarter, and that lead was increased to 14-0 after a four-yard scoring run by Stemage and another Gavin Mock extra point early in the second.After Stemages TD, Satellite Beach went on a 72-yard drive that ended onMany penalties, early lead doesnt holdBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorSATELLITE BEACH 16,KEY WEST 14 Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West lineman Kenneth Sagan remains on the field to contemplate the Conchs16-14 loss to Satellite Beach Friday night. See Conchs,2BConch Milliken sets school recordBefore sunrise Saturday, six girls high school crosscountry teams gathered at the start line on a dew-covered fairway at the Key West Golf Club. Former Conch coach Rick Mackenzie, who had set up the 3.1-mile course with 300 orange flags and a good number of pylons, blew a conch shell and the runners were off. Among them was Key West senior Tristin Milliken and she was off to the run of her young life. As Milliken and 53 other runners from Westminster Christian, West Orange, Cyprus, Matanzas and Coral Shores loped along the course, spectators gathered near the finish line and chatted about race strategy. After about 20 minutes, Kat MacNeal of Cypress came in first. Seven others followed, and then came Milliken striding desperately toward the finishing chute on the 18th fairway. The digital clock above it ticked down 21:57, 21:58 and then, at 21:59, Milliken was home. By one second, she had broken the school girls record Morgan Nelson had set in 2009 and that had been her goal. The night before, she had been one of the cheerleaders at the football game. And now ... this.Running is my passion, she said, as her beaming mother, Tricia, Principal Amber Bosco and coach Terence White congratulated her.She spoke of the torture of the hills at the top of the home stretch and the energy that got her over them: I was dying and I was so nervous. Milliken led the Conch girls to fourth place the next five runners were Chloe Savoi (22:44), Jane Welzien (23:26), Emily Good (24:33), Meaghan McCullah (24:46)Cane runners finish sixth at Key WestBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorPREP CROSS COUNTRYSee Running,2B

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She then gave an animated talk in the huddle to her teammates. Behind Roneys serving, Marathon got off to a 4-0 lead in the second game. Appleby and Cheyenne Peppers sparked a rally that got them to within 23-19, but Qualls blocked a shot by Peppers and Konrath closed the match with a two-handed shot from her knees. Both teams had one match remaining. The Dolphins lost to Palm Beach Gardens, 26-24 and 25-19, to finish the tourney 2-3, and the Conchs, tired from their sixth match in less than 48 hours (they had played in Miami on Thursday night) lost to Hardee, 25-21, 25-11. That left the team 0-9 in matches and 0-22 in games.Marathon winsThe Dolphins shook off fatigue from its five-match tournament in Key West over the weekend and won a tightly contested match over Greater Miami Adventist Academy on Monday.The 27-25, 20-25, 25-12, 17-25, 16-14 win improved the team to 5-6 on the season. JohnNisha Qualls led the Dolphins with nine kills, while Regan Durkin and Gardine Raymond seven, Sydney Konrath six and Amanda Davis five. Katie Popejoy had four service aces.Marathon was scheduled to visit Archimedean Academy Tuesday in Miami before hosting rival Key West High on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Staff writer Ryan McCarthy contributed to this report.Lady Conchs still winlessFrom Volleyball,1B the Key West 1 when quar-terback Tyler Allen was stopped on a fourth-and-one run. It was the Conchsthird goal-line stand in two games. But with time running out in the half, the Scorpions cut the lead to 14-7 on a fouryard Allen touchdown run.The third quarter (Key West was stopped on the Scorps16) was scoreless. Then came the fatal fourth. The Conchs, on their way to 14 penalties, unraveled. At one point, assistant coach Dave Van Loon yelled out to his defense, We are single-handedly keeping them in the game. Allen ran nine yards for a TD with 7:12 left, but the extra point was blocked and the Conchs still led, 14-13.On their next possession, the Conchsrunning game the teams strong point was bottled up. Breakaway threats Jeffery Anilus and Mehki Sargent were met with swarms of tacklers, forcing a punt.Satellite Beach got the ball back on its 29 with three minutes left. Behind Allens running and passing and helped by offsides penalties the Scorps steadily drove down the field. They had a first-andgoal at the 10, but three plays later were only at the five and facing a fourth down. Austin Downie came on the field and kicked a 22yard field goal just before the final buzzer.The Conchs were left with the reality that the hard part of the schedule is about to begin. They will host Gulliver Prep at 7:30 Friday night.Powerful Gulliver is nextFrom Conchs,1B and Sahara Graft (24:55). The girlselation was still fresh when the boys race began, with Matanzas, a team from Palm Coast, heavily favored. Everett Wagner, Key Wests top runner, was coming off a disappointing run in the season opener. But midway through the race he could be seen (one shoe purple, one orange) on the far side of a lake in fifth place.When glimpsed again, he was pounding down the stretch to finish second in 18:02 27 seconds behind winner Drake Goodman of Matanzas. It was the fastest Wagner had ever run the course.He also wanted to erase the memory of losing to Coral ShoresSteven Chadwick the week before. He was ready for sure, said Chadwick, who, hampered by a strained oblique, finished 31st in 20:41. The next five finishers for the Conchs, who took second place behind Matanzas, were Zach Lightfoot (19:11), Jerry Burgess (19:30), Steven Hobson (19:52), Leif Cisneros (19:55) and William Welzien (20:05). Both Coral Shores teams, coached by Mary Jo Fry, finished sixth.Jesse Wollangk (22nd in 20:10) led the boys, followed by Chadwick, Pablo Gonzalez (21:35), Ken Stokes (23:41), Patrick Holt (25:08) and Bernard Lietaert (25:19).The Hurricane girls were led by Marissa Bogue (35th in 27:25), followed by Darian Gibson (27:52), Ivy Summers (28:43), Kyia Herlth (31:20) and Meghan Murphy (34:17).Keys are in middle of packFrom Running,1BPhoto by BERT BUDDEAhead of MatazasAnthony Colasanti,the ConchsEverett Wagner heads toward the finish line and second place at Saturdays race. Despite good form, Conchs loseLosing for the first time in the young season, the Key West High boys and girls swim teams fell to strong Doral Academy teams Saturday at the hot, steamy Florida Keys Community College pool. The Conch boys lost, 103-67, and the girls lost, 126-44. Key Wests 200-yard freestyle relay team of Derrick Allen, Marcus Brisson, Chris Bujak and Isaiah Green stayed undefeated, winning the race in 1 minute, 35 seconds a second off the school record it set in the season opener. Allen, a senior, lost for the first time in the 50 free he was nipped by Dorals Adriano Martinez (23.23 to 23.26) but won the 100 free in 54.41. Green, a junior, who had been undefeated in both the 200 free and the 100 breaststroke, was second in both. The Key west 200 individual medley team of Allen, Bujak, T.J. Carbone and Grigori Zubanov finished second. Doral won the girls and boys 200 IM relays, the girls free 200 relay and the boys and girls 400 free relays.Key West will swim at Wellington at 4 this afternoon.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SWIMMINGPhoto by BERT BUDDEKey West High swimmers compete in a bellyflop contest after Saturdays meet with Doral Academy.

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Legion honors the POWs,MIAsKey West American Legion Post 28 at 5610 College Road on Stock Island is holding a ceremony to commemorate prisoners of war and those missing in action at 6:30 p.m. Friday. The ceremony will take about 20 to 25 minutes. The public is welcome to attend.Marathon Elks cooking up funMarathon Elks Lodge 2139 is hosting a Halfway to St. Patricks Day Party on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the lodge, 8239 Overseas Highway.There will be music by Papa Pete, corned beef and cabbage dinner and prizes for best costume. This is a membership dive and open house. Tickets are $15 and are available at the bar. Call 743-2652 after 4 p.m. for more information.Car show helps cancer researchKeys Team Pink, an Upper Keys volunteer team for the American Cancer Societys Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of the Florida Keys, has a fundraising car show, Hot Rods for Ta Tas, from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Dennys Restaurant, mile marker 97.6 in Key Largo. The event funds breast cancer research and provides information and services and access to mammograms for women in Monroe County. All makes and models of cars are welcome. There is no entry fee. There will be raffles, music, T-shirt sales and food and drink specials. To find out more, call contact Julie or Bob Marshall at (305) 458-4523 or (305) 522-5864.Summer Jam helps childrens programsThe fourth annual Summer Jam, a familyfriendly concert party to benefit Wesley House Family Services, is set for Dantes Key West Pool Bar & Restaurant/Prime Steakhouse on Sept. 21 from 5 to 10 p.m. There is music and three dinner offerings, with $100 VIPtickets or general admission tickets for $45 in advance, $50 at the door. Children 12 and younger ($10 ticket) can enjoy traditional summer fare of burgers and hot dogs. There will be pool time, hula-hoop and limbo contests, and prizes. Cash bar is available. All proceeds benefit Wesley House, whose mission is to promote and enhance the safety, wellbeing and development of children by educating, supporting and meeting the needs of families. Visit www.wesleyhouse.org for more information and a link to online ticket purchases.Corn hole tourney raises school fundsAcorn hole tournament is planned for Sept. 22 at the Marathon Community Park to raise money for the Marathon High School junior prom. Corn hole is basically darts but using bean bags and boards with holes cut out instead of dart bags. Cost for two-person team is $25 for the double-elimination tournament. Registration starts at 10 a.m. the day of the event. Questions? Call Wendy Bonilla at 942-9961.Free spay,neuter clinic scheduledThe next free spay and neuter clinic at the Key Largo Animal Shelter is set for Sept. 24 at the shelter, mile marker 106 oceanside. Call 451-0088 to schedule at apppointment. Since 2000, shelter director Marsha Garrettson says, the shelter has provided more than 7,200 free spays and neuters in the community. Wednesday,September 18,2013 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Hearing TestCALLFOR APPT. IN-HOME SERVICENathan Trigoboff (H.A.S., Doctor of Education)C.I.CNearly invisible 100% Digital$79500THE OPTICAL SHOPPEDR. BOILINI'S OFFICE743-8316451-14812375 O/S Hwy., Marathon KeyKey Largowww.hearingaidman.com OPEN FITS $995.00 THE HEARING AID MAN THEKEYWESTCHAMBEROFCOMMERCEANDTHEDEMOYAGROUPPRESENTA Showcase of Key West Businesses 25th Annual Trade ShowWednesday,September 18,2013 2:00 p.m.5:00 p.m.At the Waldorf Astoria Casa Marina Resort 1500 Reynolds St. Presented by: For more information contact the chamber at 305-294-2587 Co-Sponsored by:www.keywestchamber.orgOver 40 Vendors Free & Open to the Public Great Samples & Give-A-Ways Stop by the FDOT Booth and learn more about the No. Roosevelt Blvd. Project. ISLAND VILLA GENERALCONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATE AND CONSULTATIONWe can build ANYTHING ... COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL 81681 Overseas Hwy. Islamorada, Florida305.664.8900John EsslingerState Certified General Contractor www.islandvillageneralcontractor.com At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort Mile Marker 58, Grassy Key Reserva tions 289-1554 C C r r e e d d i i t t C C a a r r d d s s A A c c c c e e p p t t e e d d The only thing we overlook is the ocean.Open 7 days a w eek Dinner 4:30 10pm Br eakfast 7:30 10amCasual,Gourmet Oceanfront Dining LAttitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Filet Mignon butter tender andcooked to perfection Sunset DinnersNow onl y $15.95per person7 nights a week We can all do our partIf I didnt have a highenergy dog, I would not be walking as much as I do. Fortunately, there are benefits to this other than the obvious regular exercise I get. I have become acquainted with my neighbors out on the road and its very pleasant being able to exchange news and catch up informally whenever I see them outside. I also get a kick seeing how many homes place recycling receptacles by the road on pickup days. Its quite a number and the homes are a mixture of owners, renter and vacationers.In the winter, I get to see the wading birds in the nearby lake during their early morning feeding. Last winter, I saw white pelicans, roseate spoonbills, herons, egrets, ibis and cormorants. They congregate in the lake to take advantage of the shallower water in the winter to catch small fish. Its a wonderful sight.Year round, I get to test my ID skills on the abundance of native plants growing alongside the road. So far I have found mayten, Jamaica dogwood, seven year apple, joewood, blackbead, ox eye daisy, blacktorch, buttonwood, black and red mangrove, seagrape and mouses pineapple a great name for a plant. My dog would be happy walking and sniffing the same road every day but whenever I feel the urge to go somewhere different, I take her with me on local errands. On a couple of recent trips to my local Winn-Dixie shopping plaza, we walked around the perimeter of the plaza along the road and behind the stores. I thought it would be nice to see some different scenery. What an eye-opener. If there was any doubt that there is a proliferation of plastic bags, plastic and glass bottles, cans and takeout boxes, a walk around the plaza will cast that aside. I was saddened to see the amount of trash scattered throughout the parking areas, caught in the shrubs, accumulated behind buildings and tossed beside parked cars.As some of you may know, I have been involved with the Got Your Bags? Florida Keys group to reduce plastic bag use in the Keys. The group has been together for a year and we have made some inroads with our outreach but there is always more to do.Aside from the unsightliness, trash can easily become a hazard to our wildlife and marine life in the National Key Deer Refuge and, in a larger sense, the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Trash pollutes our surrounding waters once it enters storm drains or gets swept into the nearshore waters through wind and rain.Recently the Sheriffs Office and others organized community cleanups and the turnout was good. The National Marine Sanctuary Team Ocean group organizes many cleanups along shorelines. But I wonder if other businesses, residents and community groups could get together and organize cleanups around their storefronts, neighborhoods and streets. The problem could also be tackled at the source by skipping the plastic bag and using reusable bags wherever possible, fewer plastic bottles, having more trash and recycling bins outside businesses, secure lids on residential garbage bins to deter the Key deer and raccoons that tend to knock them down and rummage in them.Its a collaborative effort from which we would all benefit even though my dog might be disappointed in finding fewer scraps on her walks.Shirley Gun is a member of the Keyswide nonprofit Green Living & Energy Education she can be reached at ShirleyGLEE@comcast.net.Already, some groups taken it upon themselvesGREEN LIVING Living Photo courtesy MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICTFlorida Keys Mosquito Control District inspectors Larry Leopard and John Carson work Sept. 10 and 11 to remove debris on Stock Island.The large-scale effort tackled several wooded areas to remove debris that potentially provides haven for Asian-Tiger mosquitoes to breed.The garbage was overflowing in the rented dumpster within the first five hours of disposal work.Shirley Gun GreenLiving Report: Bacteria more powerfulFor the first time, the U.S. government is estimating how many people die from drug-resistant bacteria each year more than 23,000, or about as many as those killed annually by flu. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the number Monday to spotlight the growing threat of germs that are hard to treat because theyve become resistant to drugs. Finally estimating the problem sends a very powerful message, said Dr. Helen Boucher, a Tufts University expert and spokeswoman for the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Were facing a catastrophe. Antibiotics like penicillin and streptomycin first became widely available in the 1940s, and today dozens are used to kill or suppress the bacteria behind illnesses ranging from strep throat to the plague. The drugs are considered one of the greatest advances in the history of medicine, and have saved countless lives. But as decades passed, some antibiotics stopped working against the bugs they previously vanquished. Experts say their overuse and misuse have helped make them less effective. In a new report, the CDC tallied the toll of the 17 most worrisome drugresistant bacteria. The result: Each year, more than 2 million people develop serious infections and at least 23,000 die. Of those, the staph infection MRSA, or methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus, kills about 11,000, and a new superbug kills about 600. That bacteria withstand treatment with antibiotics called carbapenems considered one of the last lines of defense against hard-to-treat bugs. Germs like those have prompted health officials to warn that if the situation gets much worse, it could make doctors reluctant to do surgery or treat cancer patients if antibiotics wont protect their patients from getting infections.Drugs to fight them lessening in effectivenessAssociated PressTO YOUR HEALTHMariners has new Parkinsons toolDaTscan, a new brainimaging procedure now available at Mariners Hospital in Tavernier, may lead to more timely and appropriate diagnoses of Parkinsonism syndromes, including Parkinsons disease, hospital officials say. Mariners is the only Monroe County hospital to offer this procedure, which can be valuable for physicians looking to diagnose why patients may be suffering from symptoms that are common to Parkinsons disease, such as tremors, loss of balance or coordination, shuffling walk or other movement problems. Traditionally, a diagnosis of Parkinsons has been based solely on a clinical evaluation of symptoms. DaTscan serves as a supplemental resource to a doctors evaluation of Parkinsons and helps with patients whose symptoms are inconclusive or who have a confusing diagnosis, said Fran Glick, director of imaging services. Aphysicians examination is still the first and most important step in the diagnosis of Parkinsons disease, Glick said, but this imaging test gives doctors an important diagnostic tool to find answers as soon as possible. We are proud to bring the DaTscan to our patients and local community, as it will support our doctors in providing earlier diagnostic answers, which can influence the most appropriate longterm treatment of Parkinsons and offer patients the best possible clinical outcomes. To schedule a DaTscan procedure, call 434-1588. A doctors prescription is required for the test. Mariners is at mile marker 91.5 bayside.Imaging can help doctors diagnosis itTO YOUR HEALTH LIVING BRIEFS

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,September 18,2013 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN A d# 663344 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. 44-2011-CA-000026K ONEWEST BANK, FSB Plaintiff, vs. CHRISTINA MARIBONA; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHRISTINA MARIBONA; UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES, A SSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES A ND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF ODES B. MCKILLIPDECEASED; CHRISTINA MARIBONA A S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATE OF ODES B. MCKILLIP, DECEASED; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated July 11, 2013, and entered in Case No. 44-2011-CA000026K, of the Circuit Court of the 16th Judicial Circuit in and for MONROE County, Florida. ONEWEST BANK, FSB is Plaintiff and CHRISTINA MARIBONA; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHRISTINA MARIBONA; UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES, A SSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES A ND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF ODES B. MCKILLIPDECEASED; CHRISTINA MARIBONA AS PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATE OF ODES B. MCKILLIP, DECEASED; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash THE FRONT DOOR OF THE MONROE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LESTER BUILDING, at 500 WHITEHEAD STREET, KEY WEST in MONROE County, FLORIDA 33040, at 11:00 A.M., on the 26th day of September, 2013, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 1 OF KEY HAVEN-TENTH ADDITION A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF RACCOON KEY A ND ADJACENT AND SUBMERGED LANDS IN SECTION 23 AND 26 TWP 67 S., RANGE 25 E., AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5 PAGE 114 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA LESS AND EXCEPT THAT PORTION OF LOT 1 BLOCK 1 DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1444 PAGE 1972 AND A LSO LESS THAT PORTION OF LOT 1 DESCRIBED IN THE MULTI PROPERTY BOUNDARY AGREEMENT RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1629 PAGE 1125 TOGETHER WITH THAT PORTION OF LOT 3 BLOCK 1 DESCRIBED IN THE MULTI PROPERTY BOUNDARY A GREEMENT RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1629 PAGE 1125. A 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 12th day of July, 2013. A MY HEAVILIN A s Clerk of said Court By Shonta McLeod A s Deputy Clerk If you are a person with disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in a court proceeding or event, 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, (305) 292-3423, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 711. Submitted by: Kahane & Associates, P.A. 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 Plantation, FL 33324 Telephone: (954) 382-3486 Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 Designated service email: notice@kahaneandassociates. com File No.: 10-09216 FFS Published September 11, 18, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 669417 Notice of sale Notice of Public Sale pursuant to Chapter 328. 17 of the Florida Lien Law, The following vessels will sell at Public Sale at Auction to the highest bidder, provided the sale price is greater than 50% of the fair market value subject to any and all recorded mortgages. Sale Date: October 10, 2013 at 10:00am. *Auction will occur where each vessel is located* 1999 DNA 1, Reg# FL4921PL, Hull Id# DNAF6024A999 Located at: PO Box 1407, Islamorada, FL 33036 (305)282-2142 Monroe Lien Amount: $4,672.06 a) Notice to the owner or lienor that he has a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled date of sale by filing with the Clerk of the Court. b) Owner has the right to recover possession of vehicle by posting bond in accordance with Florida Statutes Section 559.917. c) Proceeds from the sale of the vehicle after payment lien claimed by lienor will be deposited with the Clerk of the Court. Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles contact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., (954) 920-6020. *All auctions are held with reserve* Some of the vehicles may have been released prior to auction LIC # AB-0001256 Published September 18, 25, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 672310 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 OCTOBER 18, 2013 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. 1996 FORD VIN: 1FALP4040TF215632 Published September 18, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 673265 MONROE COUNTY TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS DAC I will meet on Wednesday October 9, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. at the Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel. DAC II will meet on Tuesday October 8, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce in Big Pine Key. DAC III will meet on Wednesday October 9, 2013 at 9:00 a.m at the Hawks Cay Resort on Duck Key. DAC IV will meet on Tuesday October 8, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at the Islander Resort in Islamorada. DAC V will meet on Tuesday October 8, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Hilton Key Largo Resort. All DAC meetings are open to the public. ADA ASSISTANCE: If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to participate in these proceedings, please contact the County Administrators Office, by phoning (305) 292-4441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m., no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call "711". Published September 18, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter 1005thLane,Saturday7AM -Noon Garagesale9/28, proceedsbenefittingthe KomenBreastCancerFoun.& St.JudesChildrensHosp 177NCoconutPalmBlvd MM90Sat8amto1pm GarageSale!MiscHousehold &KitchenItems,Furniture, Luggage,Clothes&more! ESTATE SALE MM 75 Thurday 9/19 & Friday 9/20 30 El Capitan Lower Matecumbe Household & Moving Sale Furniture items and much, much more! 311 4th St. Key Colony Beach. Sat. & Sun., 9-1. Rain or shine. PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS Rolex Dive watches and Pilot Watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-743-4578.GREAT TRUMPET! Bach Stradivavius mod/37 ML, top of the line. Compl refurbished & resilvered-24 ct gold. Ease of blowing high register. New $4K asking $1600. 954-260-2166 KEY LARGO Park Model for sale. Handicapped designed, 1 BR, furnished. Never lived in. Lot rent $500/mo. $15,000. Owner financing available. 305-522-5841Mobile Home Lot For Sale In Key RV Park, Marathon. $89K. 305-743-5164 WaterViewLotKCB 60x 110lot,3rdStKCB.Ocean View.Buildnow!$199,000No Agents440-503-4273 cuinthekeys@yahoo.com HOUSES FOR RENT MM 104 O/S 3/2. $1800/mo. + util. MM 100 B/S Water view! $2200 / mo. + util. Call (516) 655-5321 KEY LARGO MM96. 3/2 home, Oceanside. Direct ocean access w/ocean views! Furn/unfurn. Yearly lease. $2350/mo. 786-258-3127 MM98GREAT BAYVIEW! 2 BR, 1 BA, on deep canal, fenced yard, screened patios. Beautiful! $1500/mo + util. Avail now! 786-586-3166 PORT LARGO MM 100 Ocean Waterfront! 3/2, Furn or unfurn, pool, private parking, dock. $2600/mo incl water, elect, Dish TV. 786-317-2550 KEY LARGO MM 100 Holiday By The Sea. 2/1 condo. Recenty remodeled. No pets or smoking. $900/mo + util. F/L/S. 305-394-2311 Marathon-Canalfrontcondo withboatslip 2BR1BA. GreatlocationonCocoPlumin Marathon.NewWasher/Dryer. Niceopenfloorplan.Patio overlookingquietcanalwith quickoceanaccess.1500.00 plusutilities.1yrlease.Askfor Leslie305-743-6881 Keysretreats@gmail.com MARATHON 1 BR MOBILE HOME For rent. Must have security and references. Call 305-743-6519 RV LOTS FOR RENT in MARATHON Adult Park. Please call 305-743-6519 MasterBedroomforRent NeededOct1-Someoneto shareaclean,quietsingle homeinBigPineKey.Master Bdrmw/fullbath,furnished. Largefencedyard,deck,pool, kitchen&parking.A/C,w/d, cable,Wi-fy,utilitiesincluded. Nopets.Inquiriescontactafter 5pmweekdays,anytimeFriSun.$850.305-395-0170 strawbrypt@aol.com $160/Wk Furn room. Prof woman preferred. Share 2/2 house on canal in Islamorada MM74 O/S. Pvt entr, prkng, sm pet ok, fen yrd. 305-440-3615 UpscaleCondo Roommate wantedfor2-brm/1.5bath upscalecondo.$650305-8964500mtouch007@gmail.com 1 BR / 1BA MM 101 B/S New construction, CBS home. No smoking, pet negotiable. $800/mo. F/L/S References required. (305) 230-1899 MARATHON 1/1, in desirable location. Walk to beach & high school, spacious! Dock, overlooking canal. Sm pet OK. $1000 mo, FLS. 954-675-9774 MM 99 Oceanside 1/1 canalfront apt. $1,100/mo. F/L/S. Water, electric, cable included. Dockage available. 305-942-3495 Lisa FOODTAKE OUT RENTAL formerly The Dog House, for rent. MM 106. Also, storefront w/ garage bay, Formerly Half Breed Motorcycles, for rent. Also, garage bays for rent. (309) 792-4105 ask for Rich. Available office or desk space. Attractive professional building. Hwy frontage, Marathon. Call: 305-731-1183; 305-731-9751 CLIMATE CONTROLLED STORAGE Call Freds Beds, 305-743-7277 MARATHON US 1 Commercial Space Avail. 1000 sf, $1/sf + util, taxes & insur. Yard space also available. 305-923-9542 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE. Discounted 25%. Currently paying 7.25%. keyrvpark@bellsouth.net. (305) 743-5164 Space Available in Beauty Salon in Marathon, for hair, nails or esthetician. Rent or commission. Many possibilities. 305-289-0014 F/T ROUTE PERSON for busy Marathon vending company. Marathon area resident pref. Solid work ethic & energetic. Detail oriented. Clean license, Class B CDL preferred. HS grad. Must be bondable. Lots of moderate lifting reqd. Will train. Some mechanical ability desired. References required. Call Harry 305-304-8244 Golf Cart Shop Assistant Seasonal position, 10/1 6/1. Seeking motivated individual to assist in operating golf repair shop. On the job training. $12-$15/hr with bonuses. Call (305) 394-3376 PlumbersandPlumbers Helpers Applyinpersonat 107005thAveGulfMarathon between9:00and11:30.Must havedriverslicenseandable topassdrugtest.Willingto traintherightperson. CAREGIVERISLAMORADA For a diabetic gentleman. Must be expd & certified. Some nursing exp. helpful Must speak fluent English. 305-664-4214, 3-6 PM.CERTIFIED HHA Fri., Sat, & Sun. Flexible hours. $17/hr. Call 631-831-0879 WOW LOOK !!! WOW LOOK !!! COMPETITIVESOLICITATION/BIDOPENINGNOTICEISHERBYGIVENTOPROSPECTIVE BIDDERSTHATtheMonroeCountySchoolDistrictwill bereceivingbidsforthefollowing:RFP2013522-ConcreteRepairs-DueOctober3,2013@2:00P.M.BIDOPENING -October4,2013@10:00A.MMCSD AdministrationBldg,241TrumboRoad,KeyWest,FL33040BidDocumentsmayberequestedfromDemandstarbycalling 1-800-711-1712orbygoingtothewebsitewww .demandstar .com orbygoingtowww .keysschools.com/rfp .ThepublicrecorddocumentisavailableatthePurchasingDepartment,241Trumbo Road,KeyWest,FL33040.Allbidsmustbereceivedonorbeforedatesspecifiedinthebid documents.TheMonroeCountySchoolDistrictreservesthe right,atitssolediscretion,toacceptorrejectanyandallbids andtowaveinformalitiesorirregularitieswhenitisinthebest interestoftheBoardtodoso.PleasecontactSuanneLee,PurchasingSupervisor,withany questionsregardingthisbid.Suanne.Lee@KeysSchools.com or(305)293-1400Ext53360. PublishedKeynoter9/14/13,9/18/13&9/21/13 REALTORS ClaraMayetteREALTOR,GRI5800OverseasHighway-Suite17 Marathon,Florida33050Cell:305-395-2095clara@ExitFloridaKeys.com www.ExitFloridaKeys.com YOURADHERE!Bothdays$56.00oroneday$31.50Youradwillappearinthe FloridaKeysKeynoter KeyWestKeynoter ,andonourwebsite, KeysNet.com,intheClassified Homes section.ContactClassifiedDept.at743-5551 oremailtoLPreston@keynoter.com NewTropicalWicker BedroomandLivingRoomDinettes,Futons,Recliners SimmonsBeautyrest www.fredsbeds.com FRED'SBEDS 100sofBedsFactoryDirecttoYouMarathonMM53.5743-7277 BigCoppittMM9.5295-8430FREEDELIVERY hasanopeningfora FULL-TIMETELLER inMarathonAsaTelleratIBERIABANK,youwillbetheinitial contacttoourvaluedclients.Youwillgreet branchvisitors,performtellertransactions, balancecashitemsandhandleforeigncurrency. Youmustenjoyworkingwithpeopleandhave strongcustomerserviceskills.Oneyearcash handingexperiencepreferred.Pleasevisitourcareercenterat www .iberiabank.com EEO/M/F/D/V GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551 Subscriptions 743-5551

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Wednesday,September 18,2013 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: Mechanicshelperwanted Long-standing,familyyacht maintenancecompanyseeks fulltimemechanicshelperfor generalboatrepairs.Excellent pay.Someskill/experience andtoolsrequiredbutwilltrain. Validdriverslicenseandown transportationrequired.305367-2924 ESTABLISHED UPPER KEYS law firm seeking exp. Legal Secretary with Civil Litigation &/or Family Law exp. Salary commensurate with exp. Fax resume to (305) 852-8848NOW HIRING: SERVERS LINE COOKS, DISHWASHER Apply in person BRUTUS SEAFOOD 6950 O/S Hwy, Marathon 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. PART TIME SALES 3-4 days per week, including Sat. Must have neat appearance, be a team player and enjoy working with the public. Call to schedule appointment. Key Bana Resort Apparel, KCB, 289-1161. Experienced Maintenance person needed for condos. Electrical, plumbing, a/c and carpentry. Must have transp. Send resume via email or apply in person. Continental Inn, 1121 W Ocean Dr., KCB. admin@marathonresort.com EXPERIENCED & RELIABLE, appliance repair tech. Must have valid drivers license & tools! Call (305) 664-3662. MARATHON PLUMBER AND PLUMBERS HELPER. Must have clean driving record and be able to pass drug test. (305) 731-7797 MECHANIC Small engines & hydraulic experience helpful. F/T, long term employment for the right person. 852-3063 Part-time automobile drivers on a variable schedule to drive another persons car to and from the Key Largo/Miami area. Must have a good driving record. Please reply to Attn: KR913, P.O. Box 500158, Marathon, FL 33050 42 POST SPORT FISH 1976 Twin diesles (671) Detroits, very little hours. Will trade 26 29 center console. 305-608-8786 Carolina Skiff Specialists All sizes & models: Sea Chasers, Bennington pontoons & Hydra. sports. Call Ft. Myers for West Coast pricing! 800-955-7543 Boat slip for rent $200/mo. MM 99 oceanside. Up to 40 ft. catamarans, etc. No liveaboards. Water & electric included. (305) 942-3495 Lisa BoatSlipRental Longterm rental35x13slip.Monthlyrent $15.00/ft.MarathonatVaca cut.508-246-4800 edm@mcguireoncape.com Wanted Upto500lobster certificates.Willpay$40each. 305-522-6275 1 DAVE BUYS PERMITS So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark, Sword, Tuna. $$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869, 904-708-0893 29 COMMERCIAL Y & G 300 HP John Deere, low hrs. Fishing & trap pulling. Full electronics. $20,000 obo 305-522-2702, Islamorada 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 IFQs, 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 refs avail. John Potts Jr.321-784-5982, 321302-3630. www.shipsusa.com Commercial fisherman just relocated from Northeast looking for South Atlantic Snapper/ Grouper permit lease to buy. Contact Dennis 774-209-0431 Have a Florida VSPL-RS-CD. Will lease. Everybody on the boat is covered. Call David Hagan 904-262-2869;904-708-0893 MTHN-Marine Storage : boats, trailers, campers, any clean storage OK on wheels. Best rates in town. Check with us first! Call Emil, 731-3386 AAA AUTO ALL YEARS! Junk-Used. Cars-Vans-Trucks Running or not. Cash. 305-332-0483 2001 FORD SUV Excellent condition. All power / leather. Book $4,800, asking $3,800. (305) 743-2381 A/C ARTIC TEMP Res & Comml, Marine, Sales, Repair, Refrig, Ice Mach. Lic#CAC 053827, 743-5288 A/CWindswept A/C & Appliances "Shut your windows, shut your doors, you aint gonna be hot no more!" Lic # CAC056989 289-1748100664148-01 CABINETS FREDS BEDS KITCHEN KORNER Real Wood Cabinets; Particle Board Prices. Mrthn. 743-7277 Concrete Designs Protect & beautify any concrete surface. Custom artwork by Ed Moran! Deco coatings, stained pavers etc! Lic# SP3136. 305-923-0654 www.keysdecoconcrete.com ELECTRICKelly Electric Serving the Middle Keys since 1980! Fair prices, dependable! Lic# EC525 743-6098 PEST CONTROL Charter Pest Control Your Local Company. All types of pest control. Ocean Reef to Key West. Contact us at 305-451-3389. Plumbing Ernest E. Rhodes Lic# CFC1427241 10700 5th Ave, Gulf, Marathon 743-7072 TIKI HUTS NEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099 Lic# CYC 000002 Mechanicshelperwanted Long-standing,familyyacht maintenancecompanyseeks fulltimemechanicshelperfor generalboatrepairs.Excellent pay.Someskill/experience andtoolsrequiredbutwilltrain. Validdriverslicenseandown transportationrequired.305367-2924 ESTABLISHED UPPER KEYS law firm seeking exp. Legal Secretary with Civil Litigation &/or Family Law exp. Salary commensurate with exp. Fax resume to (305) 852-8848NOW HIRING: SERVERS LINE COOKS, DISHWASHER Apply in person BRUTUS SEAFOOD 6950 O/S Hwy, Marathon 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. PART TIME SALES 3-4 days per week, including Sat. Must have neat appearance, be a team player and enjoy working with the public. Call to schedule appointment. Key Bana Resort Apparel, KCB, 289-1161. Experienced Maintenance person needed for condos. Electrical, plumbing, a/c and carpentry. Must have transp. Send resume via email or apply in person. Continental Inn, 1121 W Ocean Dr., KCB. admin@marathonresort.com EXPERIENCED & RELIABLE, appliance repair tech. Must have valid drivers license & tools! Call (305) 664-3662. MARATHON PLUMBER AND PLUMBERS HELPER. Must have clean driving record and be able to pass drug test. (305) 731-7797 MECHANIC Small engines & hydraulic experience helpful. F/T, long term employment for the right person. 852-3063 Part-time automobile drivers on a variable schedule to drive another persons car to and from the Key Largo/Miami area. Must have a good driving record. Please reply to Attn: KR913, P.O. Box 500158, Marathon, FL 33050 42 POST SPORT FISH 1976 Twin diesles (671) Detroits, very little hours. Will trade 26 29 center console. 305-608-8786 Carolina Skiff Specialists All sizes & models: Sea Chasers, Bennington pontoons & Hydra. sports. Call Ft. Myers for West Coast pricing! 800-955-7543 Boat slip for rent $200/mo. MM 99 oceanside. Up to 40 ft. catamarans, etc. No liveaboards. Water & electric included. (305) 942-3495 Lisa BoatSlipRental Longterm rental35x13slip.Monthlyrent $15.00/ft.MarathonatVaca cut.508-246-4800 edm@mcguireoncape.com Wanted Upto500lobster certificates.Willpay$40each. 305-522-6275 1 DAVE BUYS PERMITS So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark, Sword, Tuna. $$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869, 904-708-0893 29 COMMERCIAL Y & G 300 HP John Deere, low hrs. Fishing & trap pulling. Full electronics. $20,000 obo 305-522-2702, Islamorada 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 IFQs, 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 refs avail. John Potts Jr.321-784-5982, 321302-3630. www.shipsusa.com Commercial fisherman just relocated from Northeast looking for South Atlantic Snapper/ Grouper permit lease to buy. Contact Dennis 774-209-0431 Have a Florida VSPL-RS-CD. Will lease. Everybody on the boat is covered. Call David Hagan 904-262-2869;904-708-0893 MTHN-Marine Storage : boats, trailers, campers, any clean storage OK on wheels. Best rates in town. Check with us first! Call Emil, 731-3386 AAA AUTO ALL YEARS! Junk-Used. Cars-Vans-Trucks Running or not. Cash. 305-332-0483 2001 FORD SUV Excellent condition. All power / leather. Book $4,800, asking $3,800. (305) 743-2381 A/C ARTIC TEMP Res & Comml, Marine, Sales, Repair, Refrig, Ice Mach. Lic#CAC 053827, 743-5288 A/CWindswept A/C & Appliances "Shut your windows, shut your doors, you aint gonna be hot no more!" Lic # CAC056989 289-1748100664148-01 CABINETS FREDS BEDS KITCHEN KORNER Real Wood Cabinets; Particle Board Prices. Mrthn. 743-7277 Concrete Designs Protect & beautify any concrete surface. Custom artwork by Ed Moran! Deco coatings, stained pavers etc! Lic# SP3136. 305-923-0654 www.keysdecoconcrete.com ELECTRICKelly Electric Serving the Middle Keys since 1980! Fair prices, dependable! Lic# EC525 743-6098 PEST CONTROL Charter Pest Control Your Local Company. All types of pest control. Ocean Reef to Key West. Contact us at 305-451-3389. Plumbing Ernest E. Rhodes Lic# CFC1427241 10700 5th Ave, Gulf, Marathon 743-7072 TIKI HUTS NEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099 Lic# CYC 000002 WOW LOOK !!! WOW LOOK !!! S S k i l l e d C a r p e n t e r s & L a b o r e r s W a n t e d Tools&Transportation amust!P P l a n t a t i o n K e y A r e aC a l l ( 3 0 5 ) 8 5 2 8 0 0 0 LocalTravelAgency LocalTravelAgency WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. The16thJudicialCircuitisaccepting applicationsforafull-timeDigitalCourtReporter inourMarathonoffice.Thispositionisresponsiblefordigitallyrecordingandannotatingcourtproceedingsandhearings;transcribingrecordings;andperformingresearch.Asolid workingproficiencywithcomputersisrequiredandmustbeabletopassatyping testat55wpm.Seecompletejobdescriptionatwww.Keyscourts.net.Salaryforthispositionis$31,664.64ayearwithStateofFloridabenefits.The successfulapplicantwillberequiredtopassacompletebackgroundcheck. InterestedapplicantsshouldsendaresumealongwithaStateofFloridaapplicationtopersonnel@keyscourts.netormailtoPersonnel,16thJudicialCircuit, 302FlemingStreet,KeyWest,Florida33040by5:00P.M.,Monday,September 30,2013.StateofFloridaapplicationscanbefoundatwww.Keyscourts.net.Wedonotdiscriminateonthebasisofrace,religion,sex,ageordisability.Ifyouneedaccommodationstoparticipateintheapplication/selection process,pleasenotifyusinadvanceat(305)295-3652;tomakecallthroughtheFloridaRelayCenter,youcandial7-1-1. POSITIONSAVAILABLEAT:TheGuidance/CareCenter Inc. BehavioralHealthTechnician-Marathon CrisisStabilizationUnit.Part-TimeBehavioralHealthTherapistProvidingindividualandgroupcounselingformentalhealthand substanceabuseclientsintheMarathonoffice.FloridaLicense Required:LCSW,LMHCorLMFT.Bi-lingualpreferred.Fulltime.FamilyInterventionSpecialist Screen,assess,referralandlinkageforindividualswithsubstanceabusedisordersand/ormentalhealthissuesinthe LowerandMiddleKeys.Co-locatedbetweentheGuidance/Care CenterandDCFoffices.Bachelorsdegreeinamentalhealth disciplineandwithatleasttwoyearsofrelevantexperience required.CAPand/orMasterspreferred.Full-time.BehavioralHealthTherapist Providingservicestochildren&familiesatschoolsandclient homesinthelowerKeyscommunity.Mastersrequired; licensedpreferred.Fulltime. FrontOfficeReceptionist-KeyWest Full-time.Minimumoftwoyearsinaprofessionalsupport staffpositionandproficiencyinMicrosoftOfficerequired.Allapplicantsmustsubmit:1)resume;2)threereferences;3)undergobackground,fingerprint,anddrugscreeningpriortoanyofferofemployment.Applyonline@hr -gcc@westcare.com http://careers.westcare.com EEOC/DFWPFormerapplicantsneednotreapply Deliverournewspapers inearlymorninghours inIslamoradaandMarathon. Musthaveownvehicle.PotentialIncomeof$500+perweekFormoreinformationcall Carterat(305)440-3208N N e e e e d d t t o o m m a a k k e e s s o o m m e e e e x x t t r r a a c c a a s s h h ? ? TheTurtleHospital inMarathonIsseekingafull-time EducationalProgram Guide/GiftShopSales. Publicspeaking& retailsalesexperience andmarineturtle knowledgehelpful. Sendresumeto:tur tlehosp@aol.com MakeBIG $$$$Bartender,Dancers Servers&SecurityHousingavailableMonday-SaturdayCallMrFord664-4335 WOODYSMM82 NEWLYRENOVATEDNowhiringpersonnelforboth TomThumbandSubway. Subway AssistantManager 2pm10pm SandwichArtists SHIFTS7am2pm&2pm10pm TomThumb StoreClerks SHIFTS 6am2pm 2pm10pm 10pm6am Wewilltrain.Noexperienceneeded. CallClevelandat786-295-5307 Competitivewagesandbenefits. DFWPE.O.E. TOMTHUMBFoodStores,Inc. OffersthefollowingpositionsinMONROECOUNTY*Managers&ManagerTrainees *AssistantManagers *StoreClerksThreeshiftsavailable:6amto2pm 2pmto10pm 10pmto6amToapplypleasecall786-295-5307 andaskforClevelandMathis Wewilltrain. Noexperienceneeded. Competitivewagesandbenefits.DFWP.E.O.E. ImmediateopeningforaHVACServiceTechnicianGreatPay-PaidHolidays-PaidVacation SickPay-MedicalInsuranceApplyinpersonorfaxresume 171HoodAve,MM91.5,Tavernier Phone-305-852-2960 Fax305-852-852-0656 WOW LOOK !!! WOW LOOK !!! S S k i l l e d C a r p e n t e r s & L a b o r e r s W a n t e d Tools&Transportation amust!P P l a n t a t i o n K e y A r e aC a l l ( 3 0 5 ) 8 5 2 8 0 0 0 LocalTravelAgency LocalTravelAgency WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. The16thJudicialCircuitisaccepting applicationsforafull-timeDigitalCourtReporter inourMarathonoffice.Thispositionisresponsiblefordigitallyrecordingandannotatingcourtproceedingsandhearings;transcribingrecordings;andperformingresearch.Asolid workingproficiencywithcomputersisrequiredandmustbeabletopassatyping testat55wpm.Seecompletejobdescriptionatwww.Keyscourts.net.Salaryforthispositionis$31,664.64ayearwithStateofFloridabenefits.The successfulapplicantwillberequiredtopassacompletebackgroundcheck. InterestedapplicantsshouldsendaresumealongwithaStateofFloridaapplicationtopersonnel@keyscourts.netormailtoPersonnel,16thJudicialCircuit, 302FlemingStreet,KeyWest,Florida33040by5:00P.M.,Monday,September 30,2013.StateofFloridaapplicationscanbefoundatwww.Keyscourts.net.Wedonotdiscriminateonthebasisofrace,religion,sex,ageordisability.Ifyouneedaccommodationstoparticipateintheapplication/selection process,pleasenotifyusinadvanceat(305)295-3652;tomakecallthroughtheFloridaRelayCenter,youcandial7-1-1. POSITIONSAVAILABLEAT:TheGuidance/CareCenter Inc. BehavioralHealthTechnician-Marathon CrisisStabilizationUnit.Part-TimeBehavioralHealthTherapistProvidingindividualandgroupcounselingformentalhealthand substanceabuseclientsintheMarathonoffice.FloridaLicense Required:LCSW,LMHCorLMFT.Bi-lingualpreferred.Fulltime.FamilyInterventionSpecialist Screen,assess,referralandlinkageforindividualswithsubstanceabusedisordersand/ormentalhealthissuesinthe LowerandMiddleKeys.Co-locatedbetweentheGuidance/Care CenterandDCFoffices.Bachelorsdegreeinamentalhealth disciplineandwithatleasttwoyearsofrelevantexperience required.CAPand/orMasterspreferred.Full-time.BehavioralHealthTherapist Providingservicestochildren&familiesatschoolsandclient homesinthelowerKeyscommunity.Mastersrequired; licensedpreferred.Fulltime. FrontOfficeReceptionist-KeyWest Full-time.Minimumoftwoyearsinaprofessionalsupport staffpositionandproficiencyinMicrosoftOfficerequired.Allapplicantsmustsubmit:1)resume;2)threereferences;3)undergobackground,fingerprint,anddrugscreeningpriortoanyofferofemployment.Applyonline@hr -gcc@westcare.com http://careers.westcare.com EEOC/DFWPFormerapplicantsneednotreapply Deliverournewspapers inearlymorninghours inIslamoradaandMarathon. Musthaveownvehicle.PotentialIncomeof$500+perweekFormoreinformationcall Carterat(305)440-3208N N e e e e d d t t o o m m a a k k e e s s o o m m e e e e x x t t r r a a c c a a s s h h ? ? TheTurtleHospital inMarathonIsseekingafull-time EducationalProgram Guide/GiftShopSales. Publicspeaking& retailsalesexperience andmarineturtle knowledgehelpful. Sendresumeto:tur tlehosp@aol.com MakeBIG $$$$Bartender,Dancers Servers&SecurityHousingavailableMonday-SaturdayCallMrFord664-4335 WOODYSMM82 NEWLYRENOVATEDNowhiringpersonnelforboth TomThumbandSubway. Subway AssistantManager 2pm10pm SandwichArtists SHIFTS7am2pm&2pm10pm TomThumb StoreClerks SHIFTS 6am2pm 2pm10pm 10pm6am Wewilltrain.Noexperienceneeded. CallClevelandat786-295-5307 Competitivewagesandbenefits. DFWPE.O.E. TOMTHUMBFoodStores,Inc. OffersthefollowingpositionsinMONROECOUNTY*Managers&ManagerTrainees *AssistantManagers *StoreClerksThreeshiftsavailable:6amto2pm 2pmto10pm 10pmto6amToapplypleasecall786-295-5307 andaskforClevelandMathis Wewilltrain. Noexperienceneeded. Competitivewagesandbenefits.DFWP.E.O.E. ImmediateopeningforaHVACServiceTechnicianGreatPay-PaidHolidays-PaidVacation SickPay-MedicalInsuranceApplyinpersonorfaxresume 171HoodAve,MM91.5,Tavernier Phone-305-852-2960 Fax305-852-852-0656 RENTING?BUYING? 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