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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .4B Living . . . . . . .3B Business . . . . . .5A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .4A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .2BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2013 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 VOLUME 60, NO. 91 25 CENTS Diving aheadThe Keys put on their best face at the largest dive trade event, held in Orlando last week. Story, 6A No contestThe Key West girls basketball team dominates its opener, beating Carrollton 60-11. Story, 1B HOME DESTROYED Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWA mobile home in The Harborage park on Key Largo smolders Monday after a late-night fire apparently caused by a cooking accident gutted the residence. No one was injured. Story, 3AAnother hit on insurance?A last-minute provision added to a controversial 2012 state Senate bill could have wide-ranging unintended consequences for a large number of Florida Keys property owners beginning July 1, county officials have discovered.Language added to SB 1770 requires that new development or renovation of existing structures within the federal Coastal Barrier Resource System makes those properties ineligible for Citizens Property Insurance Corp. windstorm coverage. It reads: Any major structure for which a permit is applied on or after July 1, 2014, for new construction or substantial improvement as defined in [state statutes] is not eligible for coverage if within CBRS boundaries. According to Monroe County Growth Management Director Christine Hurley, the provision was added at the behest of global conservation organization The Nature Conservancy. Citizens and the county interpret the federal coastal barrier maps differently. Citizens uses a broader interpretation taking in more property. Citizens includes smaller system units and as well as otherwise protected areas. Technically, both are considered coastal barrier areas. The countys comprehensive plan addresses only the more at-risk system unit areas like part of No Name Key and part of Key Largo. According to Monroe County Senior Planner Emily Schemper, otherwise protected areas on the Keys coastal barrier maps include:North Key Largo (mile marker 106 to Ocean Reef).El Radabob Key (mile marker 101 to 106 oceanside).Lignumvitae/Shell Keys (mile marker 78 to 79).Bahia Honda Key (mile marker 36 to 38). Fort Taylor (Key West).Key West National Wild life Refuge (offshore Key West).Dry Tortugas (offshore Key West).Citizens is just using the federal map at face value, Hurley said, noting that county staff has determined thats not an inaccurate approach.The real problematic part of the bill is it added in renovation. If I want to renovate and harden all my surfaces or elevate my structure, does that now mean Im not eligible for wind insurance? she asked.According to a Nov. 7 email from county state lobbyist Robert Reyes to county officials, Citizens staff brought its findings to the countys attention last week. We are not simply taking the maps at face value, but wanted to share our initial findings with those represent-Newly discovered details in Senate bill restrict coverage in more areasWINDSTORM INSURANCEBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com Callahan dodges the drugs issueMonroe County Fire-Rescue Department Chief James Callahan denied there was any coverup about drugs that went missing from a helicopter air ambulance hangar last month. But Callahan told Bill Becker of US1 Radio on Monday that the Reporter/ Keynoter which broke the story Nov. 8 and 9, asked the wrong question and the response a department deputy chief gave regarding an initial question about which agency is investigating the matter was not followed up by The Reporter Callahans first statement is semantically correct. The second is false.The Reporter/Keynoter asked the wrong question because it is the county Sheriffs Office that is investigating the missing drugs not the feds or the state, which the newspapers specifically asked about. However, Fire Department officials never acknowledged that the drugs were missing to begin with, even after an e-mail and several phone call messages left by these newspapers.The Sheriffs Office released an offense report last week confirming its detectives began an investigation on Oct. 13 after Battalion Chief Dale Beaver called police that day to report drugs were missing from a storage room in the TraumaStar hangar at Florida Keys Marathon Airport. He referred deputies to Emergency Medical Services Capt. Andrea Sutherland.In an Oct. 24 e-mail from the Reporter/Keynoter Callahan and Deputy Chief of Operations Gary Boswell were asked if federal or state agents were looking into missing drugs from county fire stations. Boswell replied this is not correct. Callahan and Boswell still have not answered a follow-up question sent that same day about whether the missing drugs were recovered.The Sheriffs Office report was heavily redacted, so it is not clear how much drugs are missing, or what they are. The report refers to them as narcotics. Sources close to the investigation say they are likely morphine.When Dr. Sandra Schwemmer, the countys medical director and the one responsible for Fire-Rescues medications, was asked by the newspapers in a brief phone interview Nov. 5 if drugs were missing, she defensively stated she did not understand the nature of the question before hanging up on the Reporter She has yet to respond to at least threeChief: Papers didnt ask the correct questionBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comFIRE-RESCUE DRC expanding in a big wayPerhaps the Middle Keys most popular tourist attraction unveiled an ambitious new 10-year master plan this past weekend aimed at expanding and improving the Grassy Key nonprofit facility. The expansion is made possible in large part by a $1.2 million donation from a supporter of the facility, and was presented during the bi-annual Founders Weekend Nov. 9 and 10, during which the facility hosts its largest donors and reveals its future plans. DRC staff has been working with St. Louis, Mo.,-based planning and design firm PGAV Destinations for the past year. The goal is to keep an emphasis on education and research, but also to upgrade the attraction.We felt DRC had come to the point where it was time to bring in professionals and help us plan our future, Irwin said. We want to make sure its the same place. We also knew we were growing and we have 100 full-time employees.Its a pretty dramatic, ambitious plan. Its $8 million soup to nuts and were fortunate to have donors that care about what wereResearch, tourist site acquires adjacent landBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comGRASSY KEY Photos by BRITTANY ROHLMANNThe Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key is like a maternity ward these days, as it welcomed its second new calf in a week on Tuesday, as longtime resident Merina gave birth to her fifth calf. Shes followed closely here by the newborn.Merinas half-sister, Aleta, is shown here with a calf she gave birth to on Nov. 6. The nonprofit Dolphin Research Center unveiled a 10-year master plan to donors this past weekend that includes extensive upgrades and expansion.Coast Guard starts getting new cuttersWith commissioning set for Saturday of the fastresponse cutter Charles David Jr., U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West will take the first step in a two-year overhaul of the locally homeported fleet. Sector Miami already has six of the new 154-foot Sentinel-class vessels in service. The goal is to replace all of the fleets aging Islanderclass cutters with the new Sentinel-class with 64 new cutters over the next decade.The new class of cutters, used for border security, counter-narcotics, immigrant interdictions and rescue operations, has a top speed of 32 mph and a range of 2,900 miles. A 24person crew mans each vessel, which cost about $75 million. The David is the first of six to homeported in Key West.In 2004, four Sector Key West-based Islander-class cutters went through retrofits extending their length from 110 feet to 123 feet. However, during sea trials, major structural problems were detected, leading to eight of 10 Key West cutters getting drydocked for good in 2006.The move to make the ships longer was part of larger national plan to modernize the Coast Guard fleet but it was deemed such a failure that Adm. Thad Allen flew to Sector Key West that November and ordered the ships to remain at dock because they were not seaworthy. Sector Key West Ensign Peter Bermont said that following Saturdays commissioning of the David, the station would receive five more cutters, about one every 90 days. Its flexible but generally its a 90-day schedule, he said.1st one slated for commissioning this SaturdayBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMILITARYSee Insurance, 3ASee Drugs, 3ASee DRC, 3ASee Cutters, 2A
And we receive every [fastresponse cutter] through Key West for outfitting. Following the ones commissioned here, therell be 52 more that come through for outfitting. The five others to be based in Key West are, like the David, named after prominent Coasties the Charles W. Sexton, Kathleen Moore, Raymond Evans, William Trump and Isaac Mayo .Its just really impressive, Bermont said. The real concept of the [fastresponse cutter] is to have extended life and extended endurance underway. It can be in rougher conditions.Once the six cutters join the fleet, there will be a total of 13 Coast Guard vessels homeported at stations in Key West, Marathon and Islamorada. Overall, the Keys have about 700 active-duty Coasties. The David is named for Charles David Jr., who enlisted in 1941 and served on the cutter Comanche On Feb. 3, 1943, the Comanche was called to the aid of a U.S. Army transport that had been torpedoed by an enemy submarine in the North Atlantic.David jumped into the ocean, helping rescue 230 men. He died from pneumonia three days later. Sector Key West took delivery of the Charles David Jr. in August and since then, the 24-person crew has been in training. Bermont said members of the crew and descendants of Charles David will be on hand for the commissioning. The Saturday ceremony is by invitation-only and slated for sunset.New cutters really impressiveFrom Cutters, 1A KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday, November 13, 2013 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDAY HIGH LOW WED.7972 THURS.7974 FRI.8275 SAT.8375 Forecast: Expect partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers. 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Agency spokeswoman Becky Herrin said deputies received information about a possible party involving juveniles drinking on Airport Road late Saturday. They arrived and saw a house with numerous cars parked around it, she said. When they entered the property, they began encountering juveniles with alcoholic beverages in their hands. One boy told them he lived there and his parents were gone, leaving him alone. He said he was watching football on television when people started showing up. His parents were notified of what was happening. The parents of all the other juveniles were contacted to come pick up their kids and all the kids who were drinking alcohol were issued citations, which will be processed through the Sheriffs Office Juvenile Programs Unit. A small amount of marijuana and two pipes were found at the scene and will be destroyed. U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West took delivery of the 154-foot cutter Charles David Jr. in August and will commission it Saturday. Its one of one of six coming to Key West.Gill-net ban is put back in placeUsing commercial gill nets in Florida waters banned for 18 years suddenly became legal for nearly a week in early November.No reports their use were seen in Florida Keys waters before the ban was reinstated Nov. 6 by an appeals court ruling, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. If there were, we didnt hear about it, said Officer Bobby Dube, FWC spokes man for Monroe County. Now were back at it to enforce established rules, he said Tuesday. Current law allows fishermen to have two 500-squarefoot nets with 2-inch squares. Fishermen want the squares to be 3 inches. They believe nets with larger mesh sizes (gill nets) can catch target species primarily mullet while allowing juveniles to escape.For several days after Leon County Circuit Court Judge Jackie Fulford ordered the longstanding net ban lifted in late October because of what she described as a legal absurdity, FWC officers were prevented by her decision from enforcing the rules. But on Nov. 6, the First District Court of Appeal reinstated a stay on lifting the ban pending further legal review.The Florida Keys Com mercial Fishermens Associa tion joined other state commercial groups to seek status as an intervener in support of changing laws on gill nets.Nets can be a responsible method of harvest with reasonable limitations in place, said Bill Kelly, the groups executive director. What the industry is seeking is to have the FWC [board of directors] sit down with fishermen to discuss how to better manage fisheries.The industry hopes to come to the table with the FWC and interested environmental groups to see if there is common ground to better manage underutilized fisheries like Spanish mackerel. The original lawsuit filed in 2011 by the Wakulla County Commercial Fisher mens Association and others contends that specific rules on gill nets are arbitrary. The rules were crafted by state fishery managers after Florida voters overwhelmingly approved a 1994 constitutional amendment banning the use of gill nets in state waters. Groups like the Coastal Conservation Association of Florida ardently oppose lifting the gill-net rules. Massive schools of spawning mullet will be slaughtered by hundreds of netters returning to the coastline with their huge gillnets, said Ted Forsgren of the CCA. Commercial netters from North Carolina to Louisiana will be swarming Florida to jump on the spawning fish this fall. Kelly said the ramifications of Fulfords decision and the appeals court ruling could keep the issue in court for a year or more. Commercial fishermen have been frustrated by the FWCs unwillingness to amend rules, Kelly said. There were some improprieties with gill-net fishing before the 1994 referendum, due to the lack of reasonable rules to avoid conflicts, Kelly said. A lot of things can be done to avoid those. The CCA says the current rules have not overly limited commercial fishing but have allowed several key saltwater species to increase their populations.But the issue still going before courtsCOMMERCIAL FISHING By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.com DAVIDContract talks break downDeadlocked over proposed contract language that allows the Monroe County School District to institute furlough days, it appears negotiations with the United Teachers of Monroe have broken down and Superintendent Mark Porter will hand off bargaining to labor attorney Bob Norton.Norton successfully defended the district under the watch of then-Super intendent Jesus Jara in 201112 as UTM appealed an unpaid seven-day furlough program with the state Public Employees Relations Commission and First District Court of Appeal.Porter has been negotiating for six months and with the pending entry of Norton, Its certainly not going to be the same, UTM President Holly HummellGorman said.The district instituted the furlough days in 2010 as years of deficit spending necessitated more than $13 million in cuts over two years. The seven furlough days are worth about $1.4 million.On Oct. 30, Porter announced an agreement in principle with UTM but since then, the one-year contract has been reviewed by union attorneys at the Florida Education Association.They took issue with the tentative agreement language, Hummell-Gorman said. We dont agree to keep it in since thats the language they used to do what they did to us. It must come out. Porter and the School Board have agreed to no furlough days for the 201314 school year. However, the districts proposed contract language would allow for unpaid furloughs if district finances later dictate.Tuesday, Porter said hes frustrated in part because the proposed furlough language is holding up raises. They would range in value from $2,125 to $3,832 per employee but cant be passed along to employees until a contract is finalized.The district and UTM have held 24 negotiation sessions the past six months.The district hired Miamibased labor specialist Norton in 2011. At least one negotiating session involving Norton, the UTM bargaining team to walk out. School Board member John Dick said he welcomes Nortons return.I think now, with this turn of events and that after 24 meetings they couldnt come to an agreement, I think it definitely shows the problem at the bargaining table was not Mr. Norton but on the other side, he said.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR SCHOOLS Porter: Salaries to go to boardAt least one member of the Monroe County School Board takes issue with the manner in which Superintendent Mark Porter adjusted the salaries mostly upward of a dozen district employees. District 3 board member Ed Davidson said he planned to raise hell at a workshop set to take place after press time Tuesday at Marathon High School. Davidson maintains that Porter misled the board at an Aug. 13 meeting to discuss administrator salaries for the 2013-14 school year. Its totally unacceptable, Davidson said. The board never authorized the changes. Porter doesnt have that authority and he did it without disclosure. The changes should be explained and they should be justified. The School Board should either approve them or say no. When the issue was first raised by district watchdog Larry Murray, attention was focused only on Christina McPherson, district director of assessment and also Poinciana Elementary School interim principal. He salary went from $95,910 to $106,141. Board members subsequently directed Porter to list all changes to salaries. Porter expected to present that to the board Tuesday by way of what he calls a process improvement. He framed it as a need for clarity as to the division of responsibility and authority between the School Board and superintendent with regard to compensation. To avoid something similar from happening again, Porter says hell post administrator contracts online, bring raises for administrators to the board and develop a rigorous electronic communication and documented approval process for all changes in employee compensation. School Board member John Dick said there arent really complaints about the value, rather its about the way it was done. Besides McPherson, the following administrators had salary adjustments in the summer:Key West High social studies teacher Jennifer Barrios received a raise from $56,433 per year to $64,859.Plantation Key School Assistant Principal Kristy Bedell went from $59,590 to $82,821.Key West High teacher Henry Boza, formerly the Glynn Archer Elementary principal, went from $97,683 to $78,086.Horace OBryant Middle School teacher Kristen Condella went from $52,217 to $58,315.Transportation Super visor Randy Fabal, formerly a teacher, went from $70,932 to $90,894.Coral Shores High Principal Lisa Hayes-Taylor, formerly assistant principal, went from $80,068 to $91,933.Ayesha Osborne moved from the Finance Depart ment earning $36,076 annually to Human Resources for $42,051 per yearLesley Salinero, formerly exceptional-student education director and Stanley Switlik Elementary principal for $116,000 annually, went back to just ESE at $113,382 per year.Brett Unke moved from HOB assistant principal at $81,612 per year to Switlik principal at $88,610 per year.Steve Vinson went from Poinciana principal at $91,656 per year to HOB assistant principal at $82,995.Jerian Winn moved from being a legal secretary earning $46,566 per year to a human resources specialist earning $54,021.McPherson issue raised questions about processBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR SCHOOLSRacers kin sues over boat deathTwo years after three powerboat racers were killed in the Key West World Championships, the family of one of the victims has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Broward Circuit Court. William Tillman, uncle and personal representative of the estate of Big Thunder driver Jeffrey J.T. Tillman of Missouri, sued Super Boat International Productions President John Carbonell and five members of his medical, safety and inspection team, alleging their gross negligence was responsible for the death. The filing came Nov. 7 during the 2013 World Championships that concluded Sunday.Tillman, 46, drowned along with owner/throttleman Bob Morgan, 74, in November 2011 after their four-engine catamaran flipped backward and landed upside down in Key West Harbor during the first race of the series. The lawsuit, filed by Fort Lauderdale attorney William Scherer, accuses Carbonell and his medical and safety staff Louis Pizano, Donald DiPetrillo, Brian Haff and David Harshfield of a slow and poorly coordinated rescue effort that left Tillman trapped underwater in the wreckage for nine minutes before he was recovered.The suit alleges that rescuers wrongly assumed Tillman had been killed by blunt trauma in the crash and didnt hustle to extricate him. The suit also faults chief race inspector William Livingston for allowing Big Thunder to compete even though the boat lacked safety features such as a reinforced cockpit and thru-hull escape hatch that might have prevented the deaths. Three days after Morgan and Tillman died, a third racer, Joey Gratton of University Park, drowned after his boat flipped in a turn, trapping him inside. His crewmate escaped with minor injuries.Grattons widow, Priscilla Gratton, sued race organizers in 2012, also in Broward Circuit Court. Her attorney, Michael Allweiss, said he expects the case to go to trial in February.Carbonells wife, Deana, vice president of Super Boat International Productions, said of the latest lawsuit: We dont know anything about it and if we did, we couldnt talk about it.Its 2nd suit stemming from 2011 Keys eventBy SUSAN COCKINGscocking@MiamiHerald.comIN THE COURTS abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJ ASH Albert Creighton Ash, age 45, of Tavernier, formerly of Miami Springs and Key Largo, passed on November 5, 2013. Creighton lived every day at full throttle whether working, socializing or doing the things he loved best, boating and fishing. Creighton never met a stranger, cared for others and enjoyed living, working and playing in the Florida Keys, Nantucket, the Great Lakes and the islands.Creighton loved and is loved by many including those he leaves behind, his mother Elizabeth L. Ash of Miami Springs, FL, his step-mother Mary G. Ash of Islamorada, his older brother Terrence M. Ash of New Smyrna Beach, FL, his loving sister Elizabeth A. Byrd of Charlotte, NC, one niece, three nephews, two great-nieces, two cats and many acquaintances from around the globe. Creighton is preceded in death by both his father Dr. Terrence P. Ash and brother Dennis R. Ash. Creightons Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, November 16, 2013, at Allen-Beyer Funeral Home, 101640 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Upper Keys Humane Society. CALLCLASSIFIEDS743-5551 The board never authorized the changes. Porter doesnt have that authority and he did it without disclosure. The changes should be explained and they should be justified. The School Board should either approve them or say no. Ed Davidson, board member
doing. Of course, its great for Marathon, too. The more people that come to DRC, the more they stay in the fabulous Florida Keys, she said. Part of the plan is already in the works, as the $1.2 million donation has been toward the purchase of a four-bedroom house on property adjacent to the DRCs existing 221,000 square feet. DRC closed on the 26,990square-foot lot in August.The house is being used to accommodate DRCs new College of Marine Mammal Professions. It includes classrooms, a student library and offices for the education department.The college is licensed by the Florida Commission for Independent Education and students graduate the 36-week program with an associates degree in marine mammal behavior, care and training. The first class of five students is under way and theyre being taught by existing DRC staff, including cofounder Mandy Rodriguez.The whole point of the program is to really prepare students for working in this field. They are being taught by professionals in the field, DRC Marketing Director Mary Stella said. In July, DRC acquired another adjacent parcel (on the east side) to add another 16,117 square feet to its property. It includes a deep lagoon that DRC hopes to one day use as habitat area for its 24 dolphins and three California sea lions. DRC will no doubt put the property to better use than former owners Eric and Laurie Pedersen did. Federal authorities raided the lot in February 2011 because it was being used to store and sell illegally harvested marine wildlife.Additional future projects include adding visitor parking and revamping the existing visitors center entrance.It appears now is a good time to be expanding the grounds, as DRC staff was busy welcoming two new calves to the facility over the past week. Aleta, 28, gave birth Nov. 6 while her halfsister Merina, also 28, delivered a calf Tuesday morning.Aleta and Merina were artificially inseminated via Sea World-Texas dolphins. The calves wont be named until staff is 100 percent sure of their genders.ing the area. It was then that I learned this may be more complicated than the maps let on, said Christine Ashburn, Citizens vice president of communications.We have a close working relationship with the Keys, which is why I reacted so quickly to ensure we were ahead of this issue in case legislative change was needed, she said. The vast majority of mortgage holders in Monroe County rely on Citizens, the state-run insurer of last resort, for coverage because private insurers wont issue wind policies in the Keys. Ashburn has already begun working with state Rep. Holly Raschein (RKey Largo) on a solution. I think its a case of unintended consequences. The environmentalists are always looking after growth and thats what their concern is, Raschein said.Raschein pointed out that the Keys are already an Area of Critical State Concern and therefore subject to heavy state oversight. She said she plans to file a bill soon for the upcoming Legislative session.I think its going to require legislation and thats what were working on with Citizens right now. Were working on language to, in essence, exempt Monroe County, she said. Monroe County monitored SB 1770 closely, but the language was added late without local officials knowledge. The Senate ultimately approved a watereddown version of the bill on May 2 and created a clearinghouse by which Citizens can steer policies into the private market. The bill was meant to facilitate Gov. Rick Scotts mandate for Citizens to purge at least half of its then-1.3 million policies to private insurers. It originally included potentially large rate increases for Keys residents that were ultimately removed. According to Citizens spokesman Michael Peltier, the agency holds roughly 24,600 wind-related policies in the Keys. Its unknown how many of those could be affected.Another hit for the Keys?From Insurance, 1A Wednesday, November 13, 2013 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com 36th AnnualSat., Nov. 23, 2013 Sat., Nov. 23, 2013 @ portofino coal fired pizza COAL FIRED ITALIAN COOKING 786-243-4000 campbell dr. @ fl turnpike exit #2 650 ne 22nd terrace homestead, fl ampbelldr. ca ca a a mp mp mp b be be be @ @ @ @ f l e l l l ll d d d d r r r. e e e ll ll ll ll PASTA TUESDAY UNLIMITED PASTA, FOCACCIA BREAD & SALAD 8.95*CHEAP PIZZA WEDNESDAY LARGE CHEESE PIZZA 9.95 2 ENTREES 19 95* 1/2 OFF LARGE PIZZA* FRIDAY DATE NIGHT FREE Appetizer w/purchase* Holiday Catering D Plans include home for collegeFrom DRC, 1A Photo courtesy DOLPHIN RESEARCH CENTERThe Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key announced an ambitious expansion plan during its Founders Weekend Nov. 9 and 10. It includes the purchase of two adjacent parcels that will be used for animal habitat and to accommodate the nonprofits new College of Marine Mammal Professions. voicemail messages. After Schwemmer hung up, the Reporter/Keynoter immediately left several messages on Boswells cell phone and office land line asking about the drugs. As of press time Tuesday, he had not called back.Beckers interview Monday morning was the first time any department official went on the record about the matter. Callahan told Becker that absolutely it appears some drugs were missing. He also repeatedly stated that his people followed the correct protocol and standard operating procedures by reporting the missing drugs to the Sheriffs Office. The drugs, according to Callahan, went missing during a time when TraumaStar was taken out of service for routine maintenance. There may be some issues here, Callahan told Becker. Whether theres theft, we dont know yet.Callahan: Protocal was followedFrom Drugs, 1AFire destroys mobile homeCooking a late-night steak went wrong in a blazing way before dawn Monday.A double-wide mobile home in The Harborage park, on the Key Largo oceanside near mile marker 97.3, was destroyed by a fire that apparently started in the kitchen.The lone occupant of the home, identified as Adam Kaicher, 30, of Miami, escaped the 2 a.m. fire on Coral Way. A call to 911 was made.Monroe County Sheriffs Office Deputy Tony Conde and Sgt. Jason Madnick roused residents from nearby homes while responding fire units successfully prevented the flames from spreading beyond the property. The Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department was the primary agency with support from the Tavernier and Islamorada departments. Charles Croston, the fulltime resident of the mobile home, told deputies that he was house-sitting elsewhere but allowed Kaicher, his nephew, to use the Harborage home to sleep it off after a night on the town.Kaicher said he got hungry and decided to cook a steak. He fell asleep and woke up to find the kitchen on fire, said a sheriffs office account.Cops say man fell asleep while cookingKEY LARGOKeynoter Staff The complete Florida Keys news and information source.
Opinion & EditorialWednesday, November 13, 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 individual 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor EDITORIALLots to lose with sea riseLETTERS TO THE EDITORBoat races arent necessaryApparently Key West Mayor Craig Cates is concerned that the annual powerboat races may be going elsewhere. Race founder John Carbonell has told city officials that hes negotiating with Clearwater and other towns that are interested in hosting his race series. He believes hell get more financial support than Key West provides.Mr. Carbonell is also worried that construction on the Truman Waterfront park would take away space needed for the race staging area, quaintly referred to as Race Village. Mayor Cates has reassured him that the city has put the kibosh on the senior assisted-living facility that was to be built there.As some of you may remember, the citizens of Key West voted for the assisted-living facility, but apparently that particular vote didnt count. Go figure. So as it turns out, good news there will be plenty of space for the village people and their eardrum-shattering, fiberglass widow makers. No worries.Nothing says pointless, meaningless excess quite like these boats (except maybe cruise ships). Cates says the city will find a way to get the assisted-living space to compensate for the boats because they put Key West on the map. Really? Nobody knew we were here before the powerboat races? I know Mayor Cates is a good guy just trying his best, but here is an opportunity to actually lead the city toward alternative revenue.If this island and our real economic engine, the environment, are going to survive, our leaders need to start leading and thinking about ways to entice people down here that dont involve gas-guzzling plastic absurdities world-class kayak competitions, kiteboarding competitions, fishing tournaments, dragon-boat races, perhaps international beach volleyball hell, underwater basket weaving. Just start thinking outside the box.Key West could get on the map as the No. 1 destination in the contiguous United States for ecotourism. Tree huggers and environmentalists like to eat, drink and party just as much as parrotheads, powerboaters and bikers, and will put the much-sought-after heads in beds without the destructive side effects.Alex Symington Key WestWhats the grand plan?Corporations have them, politicians have them and city councils have them. Some are truly visionary, others not so much. Every time I visit the Winn-Dixie in the Kmart plaza and Publix, I wonder what their grand plan is. Is it to throw out good tenants in all locations and replace them with empty storefronts for between two and 10 years while their grand plans develop, thus providing the Marathon Community with no jobs, empty business, a loss in taxes and a blighted environment? If you cant add to the community, please remove yourself from it and allow the movers and shakers to develop Marathon like it deserves. Mark Trachtman MarathonNations on right trackI read the interesting letter from a writer in Key Largo in the Nov. 6 Keynoter stating our country is dysfunctional and suggesting our president go play another round of golf or some kind of card game. I found the piece rather silly and simpleminded.It seems we Americans, guests and visitors sometimes do not realize just how good we have it here after eight years of Bush and Cheney. I wish only to point out some things almost forgotten.We are no longer fighting a war in Iraq. We no longer are on the hunt for the mass murderer Bin Ladin. We are practically out of Afghanistan. Our economic depression is now over. Our people are getting jobs. The housing market is in recovery. Health care is becoming a reality for millions who before were victims of immoral capitalists in control of the insurance markets, making billions of dollars off their poor backs.All this given America by Bush 43. Our people did not vote for a candidate named Romney who put his money in offshore banks to avoid taxation and operated a vulture fund that specialized in corporate buyouts that put people out of their jobs. No, our great nation is thriving and flourishing and we will continue to do so under President Obama. The eight years our nation experienced under the presidency of George W. Bush were such a disaster that it will take more than two presidential terms to repair our country. We need to work hard to see that Hillary Clinton runs for the presidency and wins it so we may continue our progress. Those who see our nation as dysfunctional are limited by either dislike of the president or the Democratic Party or both. I cannot imagine what a disaster our nation would be experiencing if Romney had become president. I doubt all the hotel and motel rooms all through the Keys would be filled to capacity and all the restaurants and bars filled as they are today had he become president of the United States. Frank Simmons Delray BeachHonor Snowden with holidayI suggest that the national holiday Columbus Day be changed to Snowden Day. Edward Snowden is a beacon of hope for all oppressed Americans within their homeland. He stands for truth, justice and the American way. Clyde Cates Jr. Key LargoMake recycling easierNov. 5 was Florida Recycles Day. I urge readers to be particularly mindful of their waste habits every day. Nationally, recycling is a great American success story. The average person generates about four pounds of trash per day, and recycles about a third of it. That is three times the amount of garbage recycled in 1980.Recycling is critical for the conservation of precious natural resources, and saves tremendous amounts of energy.But we still can do better, and that is why Florida legislators passed a bill in 2010 that would increase our states recycling rates to 75 percent within a decade. This is an ambitious goal, but we can get there if every Floridian does his or her part. On our end, our industry is working hard to bring Floridians the services and conveniences that make recycling easier, including single-stream recycling in which all recyclable products are thrown into the same bin and pickup of recyclables at the curbside, right alongside nonrecyclable household waste. Chuck Dees, chairman National Solid Waste Management Association Florida chapter Pompano BeachSouth Florida takes a big lead in addressing our biggest challengeThe word resilience got a serious workout at the fifth Southeast Florida Regional Climate Leadership Summit in Fort Lauderdale last week. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe used it to describe the type of cleaner energy production needed in the country to reduce heat-producing emissions and also as an objective for South Florida in dealing with the inevitable rise of sea level as the Earth heats up. Addressing elected officials, business leaders and the public, Perciasepe rightly praised South Florida leaders for creating a four-county alliance to develop ways to prepare and protect the region as the sea rises over the next 50 years, an increase that could be in inches or feet, depending on various contributing factors. Monroe, Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties have a lot to lose if the sea level rises even three or four inches over five decades. Billions of dollars worth of public infrastructure, private businesses, residents homes and more are at risk, not just for frequent flooding, but also outright inundation and destruction. The public battle to prepare for rising seas is still in its infancy in this region and not more than a blip on the radar in the state Capitol. People still want to live along the water. Developers, with a few exceptions, keep building condos with waterfront views and politicians who reject the very idea of climate change are still getting elected. Yet, there are glimmers of progress. In itself, the existence of the four-county climate leadership alliance, which represents 5.6 million residents, is encouraging. So are burgeoning education programs to teach children in South Florida about the effects of global warming in their lifetimes, whittling the climate-change skeptics over time. Some experts predict that the real wake-up call on climate change will come when private insurers react to increased threats of frequent flooding of property by raising rates or dropping coverage. Congress recently increased the costs of obtaining federal flood insurance to reflect real risks, though it appears to be ready to pull back in the face of constituents outrage. In truth, the price of flood insurance will rise along with the sea level, though most experts recommend only gradual rate increases as the wisest course. Rate increases, along with property owners having to deal with the aftermath of repeated flooding, will force rethinking about how South Florida continues to develop. The Seven50 Southeast Florida Prosperity Plan, a far-reaching project sponsored by the areas regional planning councils to create an economic blueprint for the next 50 years, poses several proposals, including restoring mangrove forests and beaches, higher sea walls where feasible and building better coastal and inland flood control. We need to prepare, now, to become resilient to endure and prevail in the future. Miami Herald Richard Tamborrino . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2013 Keynoter Publishing Co. New youth center opens in MarathonJeff and Trish Cox have long felt that students in middle and high school in Marathon need an afterschool place of their own.The couple has run a youth group in town for seven years, but saw the need for more than that and decided to open the Marathon Youth Center at the First Baptist Church on 62nd Street. Tuesday was scheduled to be the centers first day.Trish Cox said the Marathon Recreation Center on 33rd Street is a quality facility providing good programs, but that it typically caters to students in elementary school, which is natural since it is adjacent to Stanley Switlik Elementary School.I think its the main reason were different, she said. Theres never been any place for the middleand high-school students to hang out. Its nice to have a place to come.Cox said she and her husband have set up two rooms inside the church with games such as air hockey, foosball and ping pong. Its open to any students free of charge for two hours after every school day. Well have snacks. They can play games and do homework if they want, Cox said. After school is purely a time for them to come in and hang out in a safe environment. Trish and Jeff will oversee the program to start, but if it grows in size, there are other volunteers available from the church to help out. For us, if 10 kids show up, thats great. But if 20 or 30 show up, thats great, too. During the summer, its going to be a good thing. Well extend hours and have it open up earlier, Cox said. Separate from the youth center, the Coxes have been hosting a Thursday evening youth group for seven years. Cox said roughly 25 to 35 students go each week from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Theres also a pot-luck dinner and small groups Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and Sunday bible study at 9:45 a.m. for all ages. For more information, contact the First Baptist Church at 743-5134.Safe place has games, snacks and study timeBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON Photo courtesy TRISH COXRoughly a dozen Marathon Youth Center participants bagged groceries last month at Publix to help raise money for the new after-school program. Among them were (from left) Angel Tijerina, Neil Williams, Sydney Marrs, Shylah Bogle and Paul Acosta.The center is open to any students free of charge for two hours after every school day. Photo by ANDY NEWMANThe Key West World Championships powerboat races ended Sunday in Key West. Keynoter photo SEAN KINNEYKey West went to single-stream recycling earlier this year.
Anyone traveling by air this holiday season can book tickets, choose seats and check bags with confidence that they have a good sense of how much theyll have to pay as long as they do their research.All bets for next year are off, however, with the already lengthy list of airline fees likely to become even longer and more complicated. Recently, the chief executive officer of Spirit Airlines said the low-cost carrier is considering charging more (or less) for baggage and seat assignments based on demand. And the head of Southwest Airlines, which has service to and from Key West International Airport and is famous for its bags fly free policy, acknowledged that wed be crazy not to provide our customers with what they want if passengers prefer to pay la carte.At the beginning of the year, Southwest introduced a $40 upgrade that allows passengers to board early. Over the past five years, airlines have grown increasingly dependent on non-ticket revenue including baggage fees, seat assignment charges and food and beverage sales as a way to turn a profit despite rising fuel costs and consumer resistance to big fare hikes. And industry observers say they dont ever expect those fees to disappear. The federal Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that airlines collected nearly $1.7 billion just in baggage fees in the first half of the year.In addition to $6 billion a year in baggage and reservation change fees, U.S. airlines also collect $9 billion more from selling extras like frequent flier miles, early boarding and seat upgrades, according to The Associated Press.Together, the fees account for 10 percent of U.S. airlines revenue and are the reason airlines are profitable, the Associated Press reported; without the fees, experts say fares would be 15 percent higher.Since 2008, global ancillary revenue reported by airlines has increased more than 164 percent from $10.25 billion to $27.1 billion worldwide last year, according to consultancy IdeaWorksCompany.In the report, ancillary revenue includes bag charges, other la carte fees, sales of frequent flier miles, advertising sold by the airline and other charges but not change fees. Extrapolating from the reported figures, the company estimates that worldwide ancillary fees will hit $42.6 billion in 2013.Games changedThe game is really changed because global and network airlines are on board with this now, said Jay Sorensen, the president of IdeaWorksCompany, which helps airlines build frequent flier programs and create a la carte products to sell. At the point when major airlines begin to rely upon this, it really moves the needle in terms of overall results for the entire industry. Legacy airlines in the U.S. started charging checked baggage fees in 2008 out of sheer desperation, Sorensen said: Fuel prices were soaring and fares were not able to cover the increasing costs. While airlines had charged for overweight or numerous bags, the first one or two pieces of checked luggage previously had been free. Out of that brutal economic need, they scrambled to put together some solution and it happened to be bag fees, he said. And that opened the door for them to charge fees in other areas.Boosted in part by the addition of a variety of fees, air carriers have steered toward healthier financial results. Despite the fact that the airlines are making money finally, they still are a relatively low-margin business, said Mark Drusch, chief supplier relations officer at the travel site CheapOair and a former executive with several airlines. The money they generate from the ancillaries are all helping to build those bottom lines. Although the airlines are profitable now, they are still relatively not making a whole lot of money.Robert Mann, president of airline industry analysis firm R.W. Mann & Co., said the costs associated with things like checked bags remain in place, so fees allow airlines to try to make it a quasi profit center and then price that option accordingly so they in effect get a return on having long ago made that investment. Fees are also not subject to the 7.5 percent excise tax levied on base fares. They are more or less gravy, Mann said. So its like 99 percent straight to the bottom line. While observers believe theres little left that airlines can charge extra for without risking a passenger revolt, they expect airlines to continue to experiment when it comes to extra revenue.There are obviously other things they could charge for, Mann said, citing Spirits carry-on fees. The question maybe is have they reached a point where the likelihood of pushback exceeds the likelihood of incremental revenue? Drusch pointed to upgrades or packages being sold by American and Delta that offer a free checked bag, early boarding and other amenities.I think youre going to see the carriers bundle fees to provide you with more than just the basic services, he said. They wont be onerous; they can be things you ... [are] willing to pay more for. Wednesday, November 13, 2013 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com Island Vision Careis now accepting NEW patients.Dr.John Sheldon's optometry practice services all ages,from kids to seniors.Monday Friday 9AM to 5PM Saturday by appointment6400 Overseas Hwy. MM 50.5 (next to Herbies)743-2020 The Navy announces the availability of the Record of Decision (ROD) for the Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West Airfield Operations Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The Navy, after carefully weighing public comments as well as the strategic, operational, and environmental effects of the proposed action, announces its decision to execute the proposed action by implementing Alternative 2, described in the Final EIS as the preferred alternative. This decision supports the transition to next generation aircraft and provides flexibility to accommodate additional carrier air wing Field Carrier Landing Practice training at NAS Key West when primary carrier air wing training locations on the U.S. East Coast are unavailable.The ROD is available at the project website at www.keywesteis.com The project website, which will remain active for the next 6 months, provides links to the Draft EIS and Final EIS and public meeting materials. Published Keynoter 11/6/13, 11/9/13 & 11/13/13 Are you looking for a new career?Regan Insurance Agency has a position available for an Experienced, Licensed 220 Commercial Account Manager for Service and Marketing Bond experience helpful. Email resume to: email@example.com Since 1958!Regan Insurance Agency Insurance & Financial Service Specialists Some Things are Just A Little Too Important to Entrust To Just Anyone BusinessMARKETING THE KEYSPhoto courtesy TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCILPromoting the Key Lime Academy, a new online Florida Keys education tool for travel agents, at the World Travel Market in London on Nov. 4 are (from left) Jo Thomas, the Monroe County Tourist Development Councils United Kingdom PR representative; Jeremy Hauwelaert, Meet the Keys; Marie-Jacq Lopez, representing the Casa Marina, Reach Resort and Hilton Key Largo; Lauren Sycamore, the TDCs UK sales representative; Stacy Mitchell, the TDCs director of sales; and Yves Vrielynck, the TDCs destination sales manager. The World Travel Market, which ended Thursday, is one of the worlds largest travel expositions, attracting almost 50,000 industry participants on an annual basis. Up, up and away higher feesSome worry too many could cause passenger revoltBy HANNAH SAMPSONhmsampson@MiamiHerald.comAVIATION
KeysNet.com Keynoter 6A Wednesday, November 13, 2013 CGC #A57773 SALUTE TO VETERANS Keys face shown at big trade showFlorida Keys businesses and nonprofit groups raised the red-and-white dive flag this week in Orlando during the dive industrys largest trade show. The DEMA Show 2013, hosted by the Diving Equipment & Marketing Association, drew thousands of diving and related professionals to the Orlando Convention Center from Nov. 6 through Saturday.While the number of exhibits by manufacturers, dive destinations and scuba-center operators was not a recordbreaker, it was a good show to go to, said Spencer Slate, whose Capt. Slates Atlantis Dive Center in Key Largo has attended for 35 years.It lets everybody know were alive and well, Slate said. Bob Holston of Dive Key West remembers attending the first DEMA show in Miami in the mid-1970s. It was a better show for us than last year in Las Vegas, and better than the  show in Orlando, Holston said. I dont know what the attendance was but the quality of people there was more serious about coming to the Keys, or serious about recommending to their customers that they come to the Keys.The official Florida Keys display organized by the Dive Umbrella advisors to the county Tourist Development Council was smaller than in past years but got the message across, Holston said. Were satisfied. The Dive Umbrella is focusing more on the consumer shows that promote directly to individuals, he said, citing events in Chicago, New York, California, Germany and England.The Keys still has a significant presence at DEMA, said county public-relations consultant Andy Newman, but its not as critical as it used to be.The TDC this year allocated a total of about $700,000 to promote Keys diving and snorkeling, Newman said.The research connecting the environment to the economy shows about 1 million visitors plan to dive or snorkel while in the Keys, so thats more than 40 percent of our visitors who will personally experience the coral reef of the fabulous Florida Keys, he said. Even if they dont dive or snorkel every day, its an integral part of their Florida Keys experience.DIVING Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Restoration Foundation staffers Jessica Levy (left) and Kayla Ripple check the DEMA Show display for their nonprofit organization, based in Tavernier.Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYThe Southernmost Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3911 won the best-float award in Key Wests annual Veterans Day parade, which rolled down Duval Street Monday. U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West, which organized the parade, won best in show for a military group and Naval Air Station Key West won best marching group.By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgFREEDOM SWIM Participants in the 24-hour Freedom Swim conclude the event Monday in Islamorada.Nine relay swimmers, includingactive-duty military, retired service members and a military spouse, swam 76.8 kilometers as part of a Veterans Day weekend fundraiser for Gold Star Teen Adventures, an organization providing adventure camps for teenage children of fallen special-operations military personnel.Photo by ANDY NEWMAN Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/Photos
WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 4BBSports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle 4801 O/S Hwy.|Marathon, FL |(305) 289-2038HOT! HOT! NEW!Coastal Furniture Lamps Artwork Accessories Turkey dayWe have all you need to know to create a great feast without spending hours in the kitchen. Recipe, 3BKeys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter Good start for soccer CanesCoral Shores High Schools boys soccer team took a strong first step Friday toward its season goal of earning a state playoff spot.The Hurricanes opened the regular season with a 3-0 win at home over Westminster Christian, now a rival in the expanded District 16-2A.The Hurricane boys play at home again today in a 162A match against St. Brendan about 6 p.m., after a 4 p.m. start for the Lady Hurricanes against their Sabres counterparts. Weve got a lot of experienced veterans back, and the best freshmen class Ive seen in about 10 years, longtime boys coach Jorge Bosque said. Our team goal is to move on to the regional tournament this season. Junior forward Paul Pauchey booted two goals for the Canes, with senior midfielder A.J. Paterson getting a solo score. Our defense played an excellent game, Bosque said of the revamped group that rang up a shutout in its first outing. Steven Chadwick, a multi-year starter, anchored the field defense with second-year starter Sal Barrios as goalkeeper. Chad Corliss, a junior, and freshmen Sean Walters and Edward Jankowski, earned spots on the starting defense. Standout midfielder Paterson returns for his senior season with new midfield mates Robert Mather, a junior, and freshman Josh Hoelper. Jack Hatfield, a varsity veteran who missed last season, returns as a senior forward opposite Pauchey. Coral Shores went 10-6-1 last year, and could make a run to the championship round of the seven-team district, Bosque said.Team shuts out Westminster in season opener at homeCORAL SHORES BOYS SOCCER FISHING THE FLORIDA KEYSSteve, Ed, Mike and Dave from Maryland, and Steve from South Carolina, had a fine catch of wahoo and tuna aboard the Scarlet Rose out of Charterboat Row in Key West.Sailfish still a good optionThe action on the reef is really starting to heat up. The Islamorada area is seeing a good deal of sailfish activity. Youll find them spraying ballyhoo at first light but by mid-morning, youll need to switch gears and move to the deeper edge of the reef. Look for cruising fish and use live bait.Mixed in with the sails have been some gaffer-size dolphin and the occasional blackfin tuna. And with the full moon this weekend, you can expect a few wahoo to come back to the fillet tables.Fishing for yellowtail and mutton snapper on the reef remains good, mostly in the shallower depths, as has been the case for the past couple of weeks. Mutton fishing on the deeper wrecks has also begun to show signs of improvement. On the patch reefs, the mangrove snapper bite continues to be productive, with increasing numbers of cero and medium-size king mackerel also making a showing. Chunks of ballyhoo or small, live pinfish work great for the mangroves, while a live ballyhoo fished back in your slick is the ticket for the mackerel. As hoped, growing numbers of keeper grouper are ending up on the end of the hooks. All three main players red, black and gag grouper are eating baits with enthusiasm. Its no secret weve been dealing with a lot of wind this month, and it looks as though the pattern will continue for awhile. Great places to hide from the windSnapper fishing on the reef also strongAllen breaks school mark at state finalsHe didnt win, but Key West High senior swimmer Derrick Allen had one of the most stunning days in the schools athletic history Saturday at the state 2A swimming finals in Stuart. All season, he had flirted with breaking Luke Knights school record of 22.22 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle, but he could get no closer than 22.40. Saturday, before a packed crowd at the Sailfish Splash Park Aquatic Center, he broke 22 seconds not once, but three times. The trilogy began in the morning preliminaries when Allen, seeded 22nd, finished fifth in 21.74 seconds to break Knights record. I was really nervous, but Isaiah Green told me to take a deep breath and Marcus Brisson gave me an inspirational speech, Allen said, referring to two of his 200 free relay teammates. At the finish, Allen, who couldnt read the scoreboard without his glasses, asked the swimmer in the next lane to tell him the results. At first I didnt believe I had broken it, he said. Then when he told me I went, Woooo! The new record lasted less than an hour. He broke it again in the 200 relay when, leading off for Brisson, Green and Chris Bujak, he swam his leg in 21.66, which counted as a 50 free performance. In the finals late in the afternoon, Allen, the first Key West swimmer to ever make the finals (top eight), finished eighth in 21.94, seven spots behind New Port Richey Ridgewoods Emir Muratovic, who won in 20.81. A great day, a great season, a great career, said Allen, who had to miss playing tenor sax in the band at the homecoming football game the night before. Allen, whom Key West coach Lori Bosco calls just a great person, hopes to swim in college. Ill go wherever Im wanted, he said. The Conch 200 free relay team, which was undefeated in the regular season, finished 13th in 1:32.15 eight seconds behind winner Clay High and Green completed his junior season with a 24th-place finish in the 100 breaststroke.Overall, Conch comes in 8th in 50-yard freeBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SWIMMING Depleted Dolphins fall to CarrolltonA shorthanded Marathon High School girls soccer team struggled Monday with a speedy Carrollton School squad in Miami.The Dolphins lost for the second time this season, 6-1, to a Cyclones team that also defeated Marathon in its regular-season opener on Oct. 29.Theyre just a really good team. Theyre very strong and we just couldnt contain them, coach Cindy Durkin said. Starting goalie Sacha Olivera is missing time with a concussion and forward Chandler Elliott isnt eligible to play after receiving a red card Nov. 6 against Doral Academy, so those two things didnt help the Dolphins cause, either. We had some other opportunities, as well, but were definitely feeling the pain of not having Chandler and Sacha not available, Durkin said. Our bench was thin and when that happens, its tough to contain tougher opponents. The Dolphins actually led early, as Savannah Rodamer scored off a Brandi Spalten through ball at the 8:20 mark in the first half to make it 1-0. But Carrollton answered back with goals in the 11th, 14th, 21st and 25th minutes. The Cyclones led 4-1 at the break.Carrollton added two more goals in the latter part of the second half to put the game out of reach. The Cyclones also missed a penalty-kick try wide and Dolphins goalie Samantha Bonilla made a diving stop on another point blank chance.Despite the lopsided score, Durkin praised defender Savannah Schuhmacher for rallying the defense and keeping the Dolphins within reach until late in the game. Marathon (2-2-2) is scheduled to host District 161A opponent Riviera Prep School at 4 p.m. today at the high school.2-2-2 squad plays Riviera at home todayBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON GIRLS SOCCERLady Conchs roll in basketball openerSophomore Kaneya Mims scored 21 points 18 of them on layups to lead the Key West High School girls basketball team to a 60-11 victory over District 16-4A opponent Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in the Conchs season opener Monday evening before about 150 fans at the Bobby Menendez Gym.The game marked the debut of Key West coach Shonta McLeod. I was excited that the first game was a win, she said, adding, however, that she wasnt pleased with the free-throw shooting and the defense against a weak team. Im not happy because we should have blown them out worse, she said. The margin would have been much greater had Ryann Appleby not missed eight consecutive free throws in the third quarter or Tanisha Multy had not gone 0-for-5 from the 3-point line.Carrollton made only three of 29 field-goal attempts and committed 31 turnovers, most of which were turned into easy Key West baskets.Mims said she didnt expect to score 21 points or shoot so many uncontested layups. But in practice the main thing we do is layups, she said with a smile.After taking a 16-3 firstquarter lead, Mims scored six consecutive transition layups to begin the second period.It was 41-8 at the half, and a running clock was used early in the third after the Conchs built a 35-point lead.Mims was followed in the scoring column by Nicole Konhaeuser Lopez, who had 12 points and was one of the few Conchs who scored from outside. Multy had 10 points; Brooke Marsden had nine (including a 3-ponter); Appleby had six; and Saria Smith scored two. The Conchs were 25-of52 from the field but were only seven of 22 from the free-throw line. The Conchs will try to make it two in a row when they host Barbara Goleman at 5 p.m. Friday.Carrollton turns the ball over 31 timesBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST GIRLS HOOPS By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.comSee Hurricanes, 2BPhoto by BERT BUDDEKey Wests Kaneya Mims scores one of her eight layups during Monday evenings victory over Carrollton.Chris Johnson CaptainsColumnSee Fishing, 2B
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The district this winter includes Archbishop Carroll, Florida Christian, Gulliver Prep and Keys Gate, in addition to Coral Shores, Westminster Christian and St. Brendan. Since our players all get along, anybody can score and its not a big deal, the coach said. The young guys coming in know how to play, so hats off to our [American Youth Soccer Organization] program.That showed when the Canes junior-varsity squad, all freshmen, beat Key West High Schools JV, 2-0, Thursday.In other Upper Keys prep action this week:Coral Shores girls basketball team, coached by Jessie Wood and Alphonso Bryant, opened the varsity season Tuesday against Marathon High School. Results were pending at press time. The Lady Canes next game is 4 p.m. Monday against St. Brendan, in Tavernier.Island Christian Schools girls soccer team hosts Riviera School at 4:30 p.m. Friday in a District 16-A match. Results from a trip to Palmer Trinity earlier this week were pending.AYSO experience cited for prepFrom Hurricanes, 1B Conchs boys shut out MastersBeneath a November sun that still had a lot of August in it, the Key West High School boys soccer team made a successful home debut under new coach Marc Pierre by defeating Masters Academy, a team from Oviedo, 6-0, Saturday afternoon at the Back Yard. Justin Mock started the scoring with a blast from 25 yards early in the first half. That was followed by a goal from an onrushing Adam Swiecicki. Swiecicki, a speedy, excitable freshman, celebrated by doing a belly slide on the grass as he returned to the bench. That brought an admonishments from a referee and Pierre, who said, Adam, dont do that again. Im tired, but Im going back in, said Swiecicki, who sat for a few minutes before returning to the field and scoring again to give the Conchs a 3-0 lead at the half. On the sideline, Pierre, a lean figure in T-shirt and jeans, was animated and vocal, much in the style of his mentor, former Conch coach Jason Clifford. Tuck your shirt in, we dont want a yellow card, he advised one player, and to Donte Thompson, he shouted, Donte, you need to open your mouth when youre that open! Many of his commands were followed with a thank you, which was always part of Cliffords deportment. In the second half, Key West, which improved to 21, began peppering the goal with regularity. Freshman Noah Cutchin headed in a goal near the left post for a 4-0 lead, and later, after junior Bobur Ilkhomov scored to make it 5-0, Cutchin headed in another shot from in front of the net. Sophomore keeper Christian Lee preserved his shutout with a great save late in the game.Conch girls loseIn the first game of Saturdays doubleheader, the Key West girls team allowed a goal with 45 seconds to play and lost to Masters Academy.The Conchs, who fell to 1-3, tied the game at 1-1 on Caila DeAbreus sixth goal of the season, and then tied it at 2-2 late in the second half on a goal by Julia Passarelli. But with time running out, Jenna Marek beat keeper Angela Martin for the winning goal and a final score of 3-2, Masters.Im getting tired of inviting people down here to beat us, said coach Scott Paul, who was unhappy with the defense and with an offense that kicked too many slow rollers to the keeper.We just cant finish, Paul said. Balls are not being delivered properly.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCER Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West keeper Christian Lee stretches to make a save that preserved the Conchs 6-0 shutout of Masters Academy at the Back Yard Saturday. and still get in a day of fishing are the bridges and Florida Bay. There are plenty of mangroves, Spanish mackerel and gag grouper to fill the fish boxes.The weeks bestBilly Gonzalez and his family from Naples fished on the Blue Magic docked at Keys Fisheries in Marathon, with Capt. Larry Bell and mate Alex Bell. They caught a 20-pound mutton, 30-pound amberjack and released three lemon sharks, all in a half day oceanside in about 150 feet of water. Capt. Ariel Medero of Big Game Sportfishing out of the Hammocks in Marathon caught dolphin up to 15 pounds offshore, mainly under weed lines and floating debris. He also had blackfins and skipjacks under frigate birds. Medero reports the reef is loaded with big mangroves, yellowtails and muttons. And with the water cooling, there are more grouper showing up. Sean, Andrew and Ron from Florida, had a great day with Big Game Sportfishing and filled their cooler with a dozen dolphin, a skipjack, mangroves, muttons and a nice-red grouper. The crews on the SeaSquared and the Klimax have been doing a mixed bag of reef, bay and bridge fishing, depending on the winds on any given day. Catches have included mangroves, muttons and yellowtails, groupers some legal and some short porgy, yellowjack and more.Capt. Moe Mottice and his fellow captains from Moes Custom Charters in Key West report all the snappers you can catch in the west channels, with sharks, ladyfish and mackerel mixed in. In the harbor, they are still able to catch tarpon, not big ones but still fun to pull on. Working the reef edge, they caught mackerel, big yellowtails and bonita while offshore they got tuna and had a few shots at sails.Capt. Eric Allen of Scarlet Rose, fishing out of Charterboat Row in Key West, reports excellent fishing offshore, with plenty of blackfins and skipjacks. Theyre getting shots at tailing sailfish on each trip. Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, sailfish, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of Porkys Bayside Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 743-5305, http://Sea SquaredCharters.com and http://Facebook.com/Mara thonFishing.Lots of species are in the mixFrom Fishing, 1BSPORTS BRIEFSClarke is tops in Montessori runTheres always a first, and Sunday was the inaugural Montessori Childrens School 5K run/walk and half-mile kids fun run in Key West.When it was all said and done, Eddy Clarke from Key West was the overall winner in the 5K (3.1 miles) with a time of 19 minutes, 33 seconds. In the mens division, he was followed by Jeremy Lyen from Key West (20:14) and Julio Vazquez, also from Key West (21:48). Among females, Key Wester Nicole Matysik, 12 was the winner, running a 21:50. In the female division, she was followed by Samantha Paterson from Key West (21:59) and Tina Wingard (23:15). The fundraiser for the Montessori Childrens School hosted 180 5K runners and 35 kids in the fun run, most under age 5. Start them young in running say Amy Bradshaw, race coordinator and parent of Emma Bradshaw, who at age 2 ran her first fun run.Overall female walker was Missy Bracher from Cudjoe Key (40:58). Overall male walker was David Keller from Key West (53:16).Women golfers want more playersThe Key West Ladies Golf Association has put out a call to women golfers with all skill levels. Association members play at 8 a.m. every Thursday at the Key West Golf Course on College Road, Stock Island. The season runs through the end of April. New members can join at any time during the season. For more information, call (312) 590-0390.FINALLY, A WIN Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West High School senior Deonte Stemage scores one of his two touchdowns Friday night against G. Holmes Braddock in a 35-20 Conch win Key Wests only victory of the now-complete football season. Go to www.KeysNet .com/sports to find out the details, along with how well Key West did at the state cross-country finals in Tallahassee.
Banks are selling food for The HeronMiddle Keys banks are partnering with HeronPeacock Assisted Living on a fundraiser planned for Friday. Its a bake sale to benefit The Heron, Marathons assisted-living facility for adults with mental illness. Homemade baked goods prepared by the Women of the Moose, the Marathons Business and Professional Womens Club and others will be available at the Marathon branches of Centennial Bank, First State Bank and BB&T Bank.Shoreline cleanup planned SaturdayReef Relief and Monroe County Solid Waste need volunteers for a shoreline cleanup and household hazardous-waste collection planned for Saturday. Its at Bernstein Park at 5th Street and 5th Avenue on Stock Island from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help remove marine debris that can harm marine life and contribute to poor nearshore water quality. Household hazardous-waste collection is for Monroe County residents and limited to 25 gallons per vehicle.RSVP by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.Civic Club hosts Saturday danceThe Key Largo Civic Club, 209 Ocean Bay Drive (mile marker 100 oceanside) is hosting a community dance Saturday from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Cost of admission is $10.A dance team from Miami will run the dance. Music will include but not be limited to swing, rock n roll, line and Latin. The program will feature couples dances, line dances and mixer dances. Beverages will be offered for a small donation and snacks will be available.For further information call Carolyn Cochran at 481-4553.AARP is offering driving classAn AARP driver-safety class for people older than 50 is schedule for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Monroe County Sheriffs Office, 50 High Point Road (mile marker 88.7 bayside). There is no test or driving required, and membership in AARP is not necessary. Cost is $12 for AARP members, $14 for others. It takes 15 students to make a class. Most auto insurance companies provide a multiyear discount to AARP gradates. For specifics, call instructor Mary Lou Wilkinson 852-1620.Raccoon Rescue update tonightNancy Chatelaine from Raccoon Rescue of the Florida Keys will give a free presentation tonight about raccoons in the Keys. She will offer tips and tricks on how to mitigate problems between raccoons and humans, and discuss how the Keys have two unique raccoon subspecies, both Caribbean derivatives, which are only found here. The presentation, presented by Florida Keys Audubon, takes place at 6:30 p.m. at the Key West Garden Club, at the West Martello Museum on South Atlantic Boulevard.Free plant clinics ongoing this monthThe Monroe County Co operative Extension Service has planned five free clinics to which you can bring your problem plants to identify whats ailing them through the services Master Gardener program:Saturday: Big Pine Academy, mile marker 30 oceanside, 9 a.m. to noon; Marathon Home Depot, mile marker 49.5 oceanside, from 9 a.m. to noon; and Islamorada library, mile marker 81.8 bayside, 9 a.m. to noon.Nov. 18: Cooperative Extension office in the Gato Building, 1100 Simonton St., Key West, 1 to 4 p.m.Nov. 20: Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center, mile marker 102 bayside, 9 a.m. to noon. To find out more, call 292-4501.Medicinal plants expert to speakThe Marathon Garden Club on Friday hosts plant archaeologist Michelle Williams to speak on the topic of Native-American medicinal plants. Such plants have a long history of use and are still the most commonly used medicine in the world today. The Garden Club is at mile marker 50 bayside. The meeting begins at 1 p.m. and is open to anyone. For specifics, call 743-4971.Longtime biologist addresses deer groupThe Key Deer Protection Alliance hosts U.S. & Wildlife Service biologist Tom Wilmers when it convenes for its annual meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Lower Keys Property Owners Association building on Bogie Road on Big Pine Key.Wilmers has worked as a wildlife biologist in the backcountry for 28 years at the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges. His topic is Four Decades in the Backcountry: Perspectives of a Wildlife Biologist. He has conducted longterm studies of nesting sea turtles, bald eagles, great white herons, ospreys, brown pelicans and whitecrowned pigeons. He earned his masters degree wildlife management from West Virginia University.Eco-tours expert talks environmentAnne Baxter, who runs eco-tours in Upper Keys waters, will present slides of algae blooms and other marine curiosities when the Senior Moments Group meets Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Key Largo library, in Trade Winds Plaza at mile marker 101.4 oceanside. The free program is open to the public and refreshments will be provided. Wednesday, November 13, 2013 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com THECITYOFKEYWESTCodeComplianceHearingWednesday,November20,2013at1:30p.m. OldCityHall,510GreeneStreetItisthepolicyoftheCityofKeyWesttocomplywithallrequirements oftheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct.Thefacilityisaccessible.Forsign languageinterpreters,assistivelisteningdevices,ormaterialsinaccessible format,pleasecalltheTTYnumberat305-809-1000 ortheADA Coordinatorat305-809-3737 atleastfivebusinessdaysinadvance.PublishedKeynoter11-13-13 Living Bird day: Where to save, spendPulling together the perfect Thanksgiving dinner comes down to balance. Its a matter of knowing when to save and when to spend. And that rule applies as much to money as to time and energy. Because the better you understand where time in the kitchen can pay serious dividends versus just leaving you frustrated and disappointed the easier it is for you to decide which parts of the big meal should get your time, and which should get your cash.To help you sort it all out, here are our Top 12 Thanks giving trouble spots, along with a take on where your time and money are best spent.The turkeyHow often do you roast a turkey? Once, maybe twice a year? And youre likely to spend four or more hours slaving over the sucker, right?So why not splurge on an, organic, heirloom bird raised by free-spirited workers on a collective? The bird, after all, is the centerpiece of the meal. Make it a good one.The brineIts all about moisture. And brining is worth your time. Because a moist bird makes for a delicious dinner.You could do a basic brine, which is a 1:1 ratio of kosher salt and sugar dissolved in water. Plunk the bird in that for eight to 72 hours and youre good to go. But anyone can do a basic brine.What you want to do is invest a few extra minutes and a couple extra dollars to make sensational brine.Using the same 1:1 ratio, youre going to dissolve kosher salt and brown sugar in gently simmering apple cider seasoned with black pepper and fresh rosemary. Add a ton of ice to cool it down, then resume your poultry plunking.The roastDont just pop the bird in the oven. Lube it up with as much butter as you can, both under and over the skin.And while youre at it, jam some fresh herbs under the skin, then pop some lemons and fresh rosemary into the cavity. (Dont fret over needing room for the stuffing. Well get to that in a moment.) This all takes a few extra minutes, but its well worth it.BastingDo it. But dont do it more than every 30 minutes. Every time you open that oven door, all the heat rushes out. Baste more than every half hour or so and your bird wont be done until Christmas.The rollsUnless you are an amazing baker, buy your rolls. Theyll be better than what most amateurs can produce. And you wont spend hours fighting with the dough. Want a homemade touch? Make the butter to go with the rolls. It takes five minutes and will be the best butter youve ever eaten. Seriously. Dump a quart of heavy cream in a food processor, then turn it on. Let it go for about three to five minutes. First it will turn into whipped cream, then the buttermilk will break away from the fat. Once the fat (butter) is all clumped together, dumped out the liquid.Place the butter in a bowl and knead it to squeeze out more liquid. Once no more liquid comes out, season it with kosher salt and eat it at room temp. Best. Butter. Ever.Mashed potatoesDry potatoes are better potatoes. So after you boil them, spend a few extra minutes spreading them on a baking sheet. Pop the potatoes in the oven at about 350 F for 10 minutes.After the potatoes are dried out, use a ricer to get just the right texture. Then load on the butter and milk. Spare the fat, spoil the potatoes.The saladWaste of time. Waste of money. Dont do it. Nobody wants it. Nobody eats it. Thanksgiving is about carbs and fat. Be virtuous the next day.The stuffingDont complicate your life or your bird by stuffing your stuffing. This is why casserole dishes were invented. But do spend a little extra to use real bread (not bagged stuffing).Get good bread, let it go stale, cut it into cubes, then toast it in the oven. And when you assemble the stuffing, get some dried fruit in there, which offers a nice contrast of texture and flavor. Dried cherries, cranberries and apricots are all excellent choices. And tons of onions, sage and celery are nice counterpoints to the fruit. Dont forget an egg or two for structure.Cranberry sauceJust make it. Its five minutes out of your life and it will make such a difference at the table. Use the recipe on the bag, but add as many other varieties of dried and fresh fruit as you can handle.Green veggiesWhen in doubt, add bacon. Green beans. Brussels sprouts. Whatever. Bacon makes them better. Money spent on bacon is money very well spent.Orange veggiesWere talking sweet potatoes and butternut squash. Leave the mashing for the white potatoes. Instead, cut the orange ones into cubes, dust them with cornstarch, a sprinkle of oil and whatever seasonings get you going, then roast them until lightly browned and tender.The pieUnless youve recently won a bake-off, heres another place to spend money instead of time. A good baker will make your efforts taste like something from 7-Eleven.Instead, spend your time making fresh whipped cream using really good heavy cream spiked with fresh vanilla bean and a bit of powdered sugar. And the same cream can be piled onto the coffee you serve with dessert.Minimize your time in kitchen with these tipsJ.M. HIRSCHAssociated PressTHE THANKSGIVING MEALAssociated Press photos by MATTHEW MEADThese are the ingredients for brining a turkey. Many experts say even a frozen supermarket bird will suffice if you brine it and brown it. Mmmm, pie. This one (above) is made of plums, peaches and apples topped with brown sugar and oat crumble streusel baked in a purchased crust. Knowing which Thanksgiving items to go big on depends on your menu, skills, family and friends. This is the brussels sprouts with bacon (left). Thanksgiving is the holiday of sanctioned indulgence, but strategic splurging can keep your budget and your time under control. LIVING BRIEFS
KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday, November 13, 2013 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMNAd # 752019 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 44-2009-CC-490-K GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, AMY HEAVILIN, Clerk Ad-Interim Clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, Florida, will, on the 18th day of November 2013, at 11 oclock a.m., at 500 Whitehead Street, Monroe county, in the City of Key West, Florida, offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for CASH the Following described property situated in Monroe County, Florida, to wit: Unit No. 275 of SHIPYARD, a Condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, recorded in Official Records Book 1143 at Page 2149 of the Public Records of Monroe County, Florida; the street address of which is: 620 Thomas Street, Unit 275; Key West, Florida 33040. Pursuant to ORDER ON PLAINTIFFS SECOND MOTION TO RESCHEDULE CLERKS FORECLOSURE SALE entered in a case pending in said Court, the Style of which is: THE SHIPYARD CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A Florida not for Profit Corporation Plaintiff VS. TROY MEYERS, et. al Defendant And the Docket Number of which is Number 44-2009-CC490-K WITNESS my hand and the Official Seal of Said Court, this 25th day of October, 2013. Amy Heavilin, Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: Shonta McLeod Deputy Clerk Florida Statute 45.031: Any person claiming as 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. BECKER & POLIAKOFF, P.A. Attorneys for Plaintiff Huntington Centre Corporate Park 2901 SW 149 Avenue, Suite 140 Miramar, Florida 33027 (954) 985-4102 (954) 987-5940 Fax Primary: MIRServiceMail@bec ker-poliakoff.com Published November 6, 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 752707 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: 08-CC-173P CHASE BANK USA, N.A. Plaintiff, vs. PATRICIA HALPNER, Defendant. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a Final Judgment entered by the County Court in and for Monroe County, Florida on the 17th day December, 2008, and by virtue of a Alias Writ of Execution issued in the above styled cause on the 30th day of August, 2013, I, Richard A. Ramsay, Sheriff of Monroe County, Florida have levied upon and will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, subject to any mortgages or liens thereon, in the morning on the 9th day of December, 2013, at 10 A.M. at Florida Keys Towing, Inc. 1620 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida, the interests of defendant PATRICIA HALPNER, in execution, in the following described property, subject to any and all other liens, taxes, judgments, or encumbrances whatsoever: SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 2008 White Toyota Scion VIN#JTKKU10448J002189 DATED this 1st day of November, 2013. Richard A. Ramsay, Sheriff Monroe County, Florida BY: Rachelle Gates,Supervisor Civil Process Division Published November 6, 13, 20, 27, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 753117 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 2013-CP-172-K IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN LOUIS WILSON, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of JOHN LOUIS WILSON, deceased, File Number 2013-CP-172-K by the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 500 Whitehead Street, Key West, FL 33040. The decedents date of death was June 29, 2013. The name of the representative of the estate and her attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice was November 6, 2013, in the Florida Keys Keynoter. Person Giving Notice: DONNA E. BROWN Attorney for Person Giving Notice: Samuel J.Kaufman Florida Bar No. 0144304 Law Offices of Samuel J. Kaufman 3130 Northside Drive Key West, Florida 33040 Email Designation for service: email@example.com Telephone: (305) 292 3926 Fax: (305) 295 7947 Published November 6, 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 753885 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, AMY HEAVILIN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, Florida, will, on the 22nd DAY OF NOVEMBER 2013 at 11:00AM on THE FRONT STEPS OF THE MONROE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 500 WHITEHEAD STREET in the City of KEY WEST Florida, offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for CASH the following described property situated in Monroe County, Florida, to wit: LOT 32, BLOCK 3, KEY COLONY BEACH, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE(S) 120, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Pursuant to the FINAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT entered in a case in said Court, the style of which is: Suntrust Mortgage, Inc. Plaintiff VS. Ken Apisa; Unknown Spouse of Ken Apisa; Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2; JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.; Key Colony Beach Community A ssociation, Inc. Defendant. A nd the Docket Number of which is Number 12-CA-000029-M WITNESS my hand and the Official Seal of Said Court, this 1st day of OCTOBER, 2013. A MY HEAVILIN, CPA Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida By: Gwen Douglass Deputy Clerk Florida Statute 45.031: Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Published November 6, 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 755110 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 2013-CP-206-K Division Probate IN RE: ESTATE OF JUDY ANN ROBINSON A /K/A/ JUDY ROBINSON, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION The Ancillary administration of the estate of JUDY ANN ROBINSON A/K/A JUDY ROBINSON, deceased, whose date of death was June 29, 2012; File Number 2013 CP 206 K is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 500 Whitehead Street, Key West, Florida 33040. The name and addess of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. A ll creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice has been served, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. A ll other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS A FTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. A LL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is: November 6, 2013 HERBERT CECIL WARD, JR. A ncillary Personal Representative c/o Eric S. Kane, P.L. 20900 N.E. 30th Avenue Suite 403 A ventura, Florida 33180 ERIC S. KANE, P.L. ERIC S. KANE, ESQUIRE A ttorney for Co-Personal Representatives Florida Bar No. 0847941 20900 N.E. 30th Avenue Suite 403 A ventura, Florida 33180 Telephone: 305-937-7280 Published November 6, 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 764928 Notice of Public Sale Hitch King gives notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell this boat on November 28th 2013 at 9:00 am at 245 Overseas Highway 1 Big Coppitt Key, Fl. 33040. pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes, Hitch King reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. Pace enclosed trailer vin#4FPAB162X9G133151 Published November 13, 20, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 766820 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on December 17, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. the Monroe County Purchasing Office will receive and open sealed responses for the following: HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECT WITHIN DAGNY JOHNSON KEY LARGO HAMMOCK STATE PARK MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA Requirements for submission and the selection criteria may be requested from DemandStar by Onvia at www.demandstar.com OR www.monroecountybids.com or call toll-free at 1-800-7111712. The Public Record is available at the Monroe County Purchasing Office located at The Gato Building, 1100 Simonton Street, Room 2-213, Key West, Florida. All Responses must be sealed and must be submitted to the Monroe County Purchasing Office. Published November 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 767179 PUBLIC NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID FOR SUBCONTRACTOR & SUPPLIER Chris-Tel Construction acting as Contractor for the City of Marathon, is soliciting subcontractor bids from qualified subcontractors and suppliers for the new construction of CITY OF MARATHON CITY HALL a new 1-story, 15,318 s/f elevated building of occupied space built over 14,850 s/f of parking and storage, located at: 9805 Overseas Highway| Marathon, FL 33050. This project is designed under the guidelines of FGBC (Florida Green Building Coalition). Bids will be received: 1. at the office of Chris-Tel Construction: 11400 Overseas Hwy., Suite 211, Marathon, FL 33050 2. at the office of Chris-Tel Construction: 2534-A Edison A ve. | Fort Myers, FL 33901 3. via fax (239) 226-0503 4. electronically: FBurman@ ChrisTelConstruction.com Bidders may deliver their proposal to the offices of ChrisTel Construction in person, via mail, FedEx/UPS or electronically via e-mail. Chris-Tel Construction will NOT accept bids past the stated bid closing and is not responsible for late deliveries. Chris-Tel Construction reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Instructions to bidders, plans, and specifications will be available electronically at: www.ChrisTelConstruction.co m under the "Doing Business" tab, which includes a link to FTP site, and instructions for username and password. A ll inquiries regarding this project should be directed, IN WRITING, to Francis Burman, Project Manager for Chris-Tel Construction: FBurman@Chris TelConstruction.com. For technical assistance, please contact Chris-Tel Construction: phone (239) 226-0500 or fax (239) 226-0503. Bids MUST be in accordance with plans and specifications and MUST be on specific trade package scopes as presented in the specifications. Please review Chris-Tel Constructions sample contracts (on FTP), as it will be the governing document regardless of any statement to the contrary noted in the bidders form of proposal. We encourage DBE/MBE/WMBE participation! Bids are DUE to Chris-Tel Construction on: Monday November 18, 2013 at 5:00PM EST Published November 13, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 767504 NOTICE OF NON-JUDICIAL SALE To: Roger Seagrist 1203 Newton St., Unit 4 Key West, FL 33040 Steve R. Henson and Deborah A. Henson are in possession and claim a lien for storage charges on your vehicle: 2005 BMW M3 VIN: WBSBL93435PN62114 STYLE AND COLOR: 2 door, silver with red interior Along with other miscellaneous personal property stored at #7 Corner of Gonzalez Lane and Angela St., Key West FL 33040, in an amount of $267.84, for rent at $249.14 per month plus sales tax for September, 2013. The lien claimed by the business is subject to enforcement pursuant to FS 83.805 and unless redeemed, the vehicle and personal property will be sold at private auction or otherwise disposed of at #7 Corner of Gonzalez Lane and Angela St., Key West FL 33040 at November 29, 2013 at 10:00 am. Published November 13, 20, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 767741 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 13-CP-000107-P Division Probate IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT JOHN AYER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS A GAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Robert John Ayer, deceased, File Number 13-CP000107-P, by the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 88820 Overseas Hwy., Plantation Key, FL 33070; that the decedents date of death was April 30, 2013; that the total value of the estate is estimated at $35,746.32 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: Name Address Janet A. Rosenthal 66 Kent Street Scituate, MA 02066 Susan A. Marquette 437 View Avenue Trinidad, CA 95570 Kimberly Ayer 8 Westgate Lane Scituate, MA 02066 A LL INTERESTED PERSONS A RE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary A dministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER A PPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, A NY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is November 13, 2013. A ttorney for Person Giving Notice: John L. Licciardi, Attorney Florida Bar Number: 845795 7858 Gardner Drive Naples, FL 34109 Telephone: (239) 261-6000 Fax: (239) 592-9054 E-Mail: CAPTJLL@comcast.net Person Giving Notice: Janet A. 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OFFICE OR RETAIL Key Largo location. Small yard. $700 / mo. Call (305) 453-0505 or (305) 393-2271. CLIMATE CONTROLLED STORAGE Call Freds Beds, 305-743-7277 Available office or desk space. Attractive professional building. Hwy frontage, Marathon. Call: 305-731-1183; 305-731-9751 HEART OF MARATHON Retail or Office.1000 sq ft. Next to Publix, the new Walgreens and marina. 561-743-3745 MARATHON 912 sq ft commercial building/retail storefront. Excellent visibility & frontage on hwy. $1475/mnth + tax. (305) 900-0113. PROFESSIONAL OFFICES MM 99.3 O/S. 2nd floor, w/ elevator. 550 sq. ft. Call (305) 481-4553 SMALL OFFICE WITH BATH Includes utility MM 100 $350.00 Call (305) 522-6598 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE. Discounted 25%. Currently paying 7.25%. email@example.com (305) 743-5164 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! 2 yr. old dry cleaning facility, Carry out service. Incl. building lease, all fixtures & customer database. (305) 304-7955 P/T OFFICE & KENNEL help wanted in Key Largo. Must love animals! Call (305) 451-3678. WANTED FULL TIME FIRE Extinguisher & System Tech. No exp. req., on the job training. Safe driver, Class E. Self motivated, able to work alone, mechanical skills a plus. Email resume to: monroecountyfireequipment@ gmail.com DELIVER PHONE BOOKS Earn up to $125/day. Key Largo to Marathon. Call 305-453-9475 Part Time Maintenance Person Apply in person to Keys RV Park, 6099 Overseas Hwy, Marathon. PT Furniture Delivery Person Must be dependable. Please apply in person. Tropical Furniture Gallery, 4801 O/S Hwy, Marathon. RESIDENTIAL POOL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Test and adjust residential pool water chemistry, clean residential pools, identify problems and communicate findings to the office for follow-up. Other responsibilities as necessary. Call 849-5934. Bluegreen The Hammocks At Marathon has the following positions available: P/T Experienced Line Cook P/T Bartenders Houseperson/Carpet Shampoo Room Attendants Apply in person: 1688 O/S Hwy, Marathon. 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MusthavevalidFLDriversLicense.Full-time BehavioralHealthTherapist#319 Providingservicestochildrenandfamiliesatschoolsand clienthomesintheLowerKeyscommunity.Masters required.Licensepreferred.FullTime.ResearchAssistantOffenderReentryProgram#333 KeyWestBachelorsrequiredAllapplicantsmustsubmit:1)resume;2)threereferences; 3)undergobackground,fingerprint,anddrugscreening priortoanyofferofemployment.Applyonline@http://careers.westcare.com hr -email@example.com EEOC/DFWPFormerapplicantsneednotreapply POSITIONSAVAILABLEAT:TheGuidance/CareCenter Inc. BehavioralHealthTechnician-Marathon#252CrisisStabilizationUnit.Part-TimeBehavioralHealthTherapist#187Providingindividualandgroupcounselingformentalhealth andsubstanceabuseclientsintheMarathonoffice.Florida LicenseRequired:LCSW,LMHCorLMFT.Bi-lingualpreferred. 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