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Publication Date: February 1, 2008
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Hometown News & Views


Beach workshop

set for public to

see CRA plans

By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF

An opportunity for public in-
volvement in the future development
plans on Pompano Beach's Barrier
Island is slated for next Saturday
morning.
The East CRA Advisory Board of
Pompano Beach will host a communi-
ty workshop on Sat., Feb. 9. at 9 a.m.
at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center,
1801 NE 6 St.
"This workshop will be extremely
important to residents from all parts
of the city," said East CRA Advisory
Board Chairman Jack Rogerson.
"It will deal with future parking
plans in the beach area," he added.
Continued on page 4

Termn limits

fall tO paSS
COIIlSS10H

appTOVal
By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF

A proposal that would have al-
lowed city voters a chance to vote
on term limits has failed to gather
support from the Pompano Beach City
Commission.
A motion by Commissioner
Charlotte Burrie to place a straw bal-
lot proposal on the November ballot
failed in a tie vote this month.
Burrie, Rex Hardin and Mayor
Lamar Fisher voted in favor of the
ballot.
Burrie, who campaigned for her

Continued on page 10


Landmark Pier


Clooseee Shop to

LBTS

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER

The line to get inl was much
longer than usual Sunday at the Pier
Coffee Shop at the end of Commercial
Boulevard.
And for many, it was more like
waiting for a funeral than a morning
breakfast.
They knew this was their last
chance to patronize the popular restau-
rant at the pier in Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea. The restaurant closed on Sunday
afternoon.
"This is like a wake," one man
said, as he waited in the line that
wound out to the parking lot. He and
his wife traveled from Miami twice a
week to the coffee shop "for the view,
the people and the atmosphere."
His wife said the gloomy weather
was much like everyone's feelings. "It
was a very special place. We won't be
back," she said.
"I'm very, very sad this is hap-
pening," said Roberta Nedry, a regular
customer. "Nancy is an incredible
lady" Nsdiyaid os Ma ag r Nan
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea."
Nedry said the coffee shop was
the first restaurant she brought her
son to. He's six now, and was playing
nearby on the beach as she waited for
a table.
"It's nice to find something reli-
able and dependable and a family
favorite and sad that it's not valuable
enough to preserve," Nedry added.
Pisarzewski, bustling about greet-
ing customers, said she decided not to
sign another monthly lease after she
received notice of a $1,000 monthly
rent increase to $4,240.
But it wasn't only the rent in-
crease that made her decide not to ry
to negotiate with her landlords, Spiro
and Louis Marchelos, also owners of
the LBTS Athena-by-the-Sea Restau-
rant. .
"It's their attitude. We had an
unkempt parking lot and toilets that
don't work for days at a time. And
they took parking away from my
customers."
She said she's also being asked to
pay the water bill, though there's no
separate water meter for the restaurant
from the pier, and to pay for garbage
Continued on page 7


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My mom, the mayor


By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER


The people have spoken, and
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea has two new
commissioners and a new mayor.
Voters chose to oust two incumbent
commissioners.
The new mayor, Roseann Minnet,
beat her opponent, L. Peanuts Wick,
by only 16 votes. Final count was
Mirnnet, 1,285; and Wick, 1,269.
"I'm excited that the people have
asked for me to be mayor," Minnet
said. "I will be the voice for every-
one in the community and will listen
to everyone. It's all about unity and
bringing the two factions together.
We need to pull together and move
forward. It's up to the community to
take that task and move it forward. We
will do that," she said.
Minnet is the lone voice on the
new commission supporting a profes-
sional fire service, one of the main
issues of the campaign. Wick and the
two victorious commission candi-


dates, Stuart Dodd and Birute Clottey,
faVOr bringing back the town's vol-
unteer fire department. The Broward
Sheriff's Office ousted them in the
fall of 2005.
In the race for the District 2 com-
mission seat, Dodd ousted incumbent
John Yanni by 370 votes. Dodd chairs


SContinued on page 3


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Newly elected Mayor of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Roseann Minnet, with her son C.J. at
post-election party on Terra Mar Island. [Photo by Judy Vik]


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Deerfield Beach forensic audit raises no red flags


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
A forensic audit, request-
ed by the city commission to
determine if funding proce-
dures for the $12.1 million
public works facility were
proper, has found nothing
amiss.
A representative of RSM
McGladrey has reported that
the $8. 1 million paid to con-
tractor Kaufman Lynn was in


.


District 2 commissioner
Sylvia Poitier said she had
heard there are problems
with the finished product.
"The toilets have to be taken
out and there are no lockers.
There is so much wrong with
the building."
Under construction about
the same time was the city's
Mitigation Operations Center
in the FAU Research Park.
That building was designated
by Chief Magazine as the
most cost efficient building
constructed last year.
The MOC cost $168 a
square foot. "We should be
proud of what we've done
here instead of tearing it
down," the mayor said.




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order. Another $3.7 million,
not in the original contract,
went to pay for design engi-
neering, cleanup of the dump
over which the building is
situated and administrative
fees
Some of the work done
was performed by city work-
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C ( This was a
witch hunt '
These people
(the contractor) de
serve an apology. And
you want the people to
think we wasted their
money." Capellini


C CI don't think
less t an one
percent to
check on it (the expen-
diture) is exorbitant.
We started at $3 million
and now it's $12 mil-
lion. That's appalling."
- Gonot


Capellini said. "These people
(the contractor) deserve an
apology. And you want the
people to think we wasted
their money."
Gonot responded saying,
"I don't think less than one
percent to check on it (the
expenditure) is exorbitant. We
started at $3 million and now
it's $12 million. That's appall-
ing."
Retaliating, Capellini said,
"You sound like the south end
of a northbound donkey. You
have embarrassed the city
with this line of baloney. You
blame the staff, administration
and previous city commission.
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tractor will "make a small
profit after our adjustmentss"
Some subcontractors on
the job have yet to be paid,
but Mayor Al Ca~pellini said
this week there is retained
money to pay those bills.
"There is a punch list not yet
completed, so some items
have not been paid."
Commissioners, led by
District 4 commissioner Steve
Gonot, called for the nearly
$100,000 audit after costs
ballooned on the project,
originally estimated in 1999
to cost $3 million. As time
passed, the estimate rose to $6
million, and by the time the
contract was let, the building
itself came in at $8 million.
"'This was a witch hunt."


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canvassing board meets.
Voters who had cast provi-
sional ballots have three days
to provide evidence they were
eligible to vote, Mary Cooney
of the Broward County Su-
pervisor of Elections office,
explained.
Provisional ballots are is-
sued if the voter doesn't have
a photo I.D. or is voting in one
precinct but lives in another.


An automatic recount oc-
curs if the difference between
candidates is less than half
of one percent. That's not
the case in the LBTS mayor-
alty race now, Cooney said
Thursday.
The newly elected of-
ficials will be sworn in at 5
p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, at Jarvis
Hall.


Continued frorn page 1
the Citizens Initiative Com-
mittee.
In the contest for the
District 1 commission seat,
political newcomer Clottey re-
ceived 1,319 votes to incum-
bent Chuck Clark's 1,196.
At a post-election party
for supporters, Yanni sitid he
was very shocked at the out-
come, especially in the south
part of town. "My own people
didn't support me. They sup-
ported a candidate who has
done nothing for that part of
town or anywhere in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea," he said.
"I don't mind losing, but
I hate to lose to lies. If they
have to lie to win, our town is
in trouble," Yanni said. "They
said we were for hi-rises.
There's a 44-foot height limit
the people voted for.
Yanni said he feels bad
that alot of things he tried to
accomplish won't be complet-

e~d and arte sprt rt 'f he

volunteers will take over fire
rescue, and there could be an
outside ambulance company,
a patient transport system. I
hope the people realize what
they did." Yanni added, "This
is what I call term himits. T'he
people spoke. That's what
they want; that's what they
get. That's what they have to
live with."
Yanmi added, "I will miss
being able to help anybody
wit teir pro lems. I ope
my opponent supports and
listens to all the people of
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and
not just to the CIC members."
Yanni and Clark were at a
post election party with their
supporters.
"What bothers me the -
most I suppose is that the
town loses," Clark said. "I
can handle a loss, but I don't
like to lose to a hiar. Lies were
presented about backroom
deals. We never made back-
room deals.
And with the outcome,
Clark said the town will
lose professional fire sup-
port, EMS and possibly law
enforcement.
Clark said he will con-
tinue to be active in the com-
munity.
Asked his reaction to the
election results, former mayor
Oliver Parker, who chose not
to run for re-election, said,
"The people have spoken. I
respect their judgment. I hope
it was a wise one. I wish the
new commissioners well."
Parker said he was happy
to see Roseann elected. "I
think she will make an excel-
lent mayor."
Parker offered congratula-
tions to Dodd and Clottey. "I


All Smile Here but LBTS Commissioners John Yanni and Chuck Clark say
their main concerns are for the people of the town. [Photo by Judy Vik]


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hope they do a good job."' He
said he was disappointed that
Clark and Yanni lost.
Parker plans to spend his
time on7 being an active grand-
father and doing a little lob-
bying for the town. for free,
in Tallahassee. He emphasizes
the free service. -
Parker complimented
voters on the nearly 54 per-
cent turnout. He had favored
moving the municipal election


from March to coincide with
the presidential primary. Now
he would like to see it moved
to November,
Parker said he had no re-
grets about not running again.
"'I love the town and am very
thankful for being allowed
to serve for 14 years. I thank
everyone who supported me in
the past,"' he said.
Election results won't be
certified until today when the


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streetscape for the area along
Pompano Beach Boulevard,
Atlantic Boulevard and A1A.
The project managers
completed traffic studies last
October,
"The streetscape will be
the centerpiece of the entir-e
development," Rogerson said.
"Ever-ything will build off that
plan for the appearance of the
neighbor-hood."
The second part of the
plan will be a master parking
plan for the area, utilizing the
existing city parking lots as
well as city streets.
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Pompano Fishing Pier Parkinlg
Lot as well as the Oceanside
Parking Lot.
The workshop includes
a presentation by Bermello
Ajamil on the the work it has
completed to date. It also
provides a forum for neighbor-
hood and community discus-
sions.
The purpose of this work-
shop is to build consensus
and encourage public input on
this portion of the East CRA
district. which extends well off


the beach area along Atlantic
Boulevard.
The East CRA Advisory
Board got its first look at the
outline of the plan in late
October.
The advisory committee
received a detailed presenlta
tionI from Alfr~edo Sanchez,
of the Miami-based Berm-ello
Ajamil, on a wide r-ange plan
for the Pomnpano city beach
area.
Bermello Ajamil has also
been contracted by the city to
develop a plan for the beach
area with a two-part project.
The first is an overall


the key to really moving the
East CRA forward," Rogerson
said. "The new fire station,
library and a possible civic
center and parking garage
are public projects that could
jump start the entire project.
The r-est of the LAC plan is
going to be based primarily on
private development."
The public is encouraged
to attend and offer its opinion.
"It's an opportunity for
residents to help formulate the
project," Rogerson said. "It is
not often that individual resi-
dents can make a difference.
This is one occasion."


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Continued foml page 1

Rogerson said while those
residents who live in proxim-
ity to the beach are within
walking access, the plans will
be important to residents who
must travel from other areas of
the city and park at the beach
area.
Bermello Ajamil and Part-
ners has been retained by the
city to prepare plans for the


which abuts 10 Street. "Now
they are concentrating only on
intersection improvements,"
Gonot said.
This was the kick-off
meeting for a feasibility study
being done on 10 Street and
County Commissioner Kristin
Jacobs said while there is no
funding for any work and no
projects are now planned, "I
believe the study will result
in recommendations changing
the way traffic flows along
SW 10 Street."


Deerfield Beach City
Commissioner Steve Gonot
has assured residents that an
elevated intersection at South-
west 10 Street and Powerline
Road is "not on the table" for
the Florida Departmnent of
Transportation.
A meeting held January
17 to discuss improvement
alternatives for the east-west
thoroughfare that connects
to the Sawgrass Expressway
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pELICAN STAFF

Just two years ago, the Pompano
Beach Education Advisory Committee
began to put the artwork of the city's
talented school children on display.
Carol S. Foland, recreation manager
and the city manager's liaison to the
committee, describes what happened.

"Onc tshe idaws su oete t

Our program after a successful model
in Coconut Creek where the involved
people were helpful to us as we pio-
neered our own program."
Foland alerted the 16 Pompano
Beach schools anld now has participa-
tion from just about every school.
She says, We're amazed at the
talent we see and we're so pleased to
add this colorful touch to our civic
facilities.
The framed artwork is on display
for four months at six city facilities
which are city hall, commission cham-
bers, and the four recreation centers.
Currently hanging in the Emma
Lou OlsonI Civic Center are five
framed pieces of art from Palmview
Elementary School students: Brenda
Bastien, Rebecca Dorcy, Federline
Jean-Philippe, Nieve Caro and Shawn
Hilaire. They, along with all of the
artists showcased in 2007, will be
honored at a city commission meetings
on Recognition Day. o


proud."
Principal of Cypress Elementary,
Elise Portman says, "For some of
these children to go to city hall for
recognition and to shake hands with
the mayor is a once in a lifetime expe-
rience for them and their parents. It's
a motivator for the whole school."
Robert Gibson, principal at Palm-
view Elementary, and art instructor,
Donna Bonavia give the experience
raves. Bonavia-says, "The children are
ecstatic to be treated like celebrities
on Recognition Night. To shake the
mayor's hand is very exciting and mo-

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City's 'Art in Public Places' program showcases

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That evening, every participating
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Chamber meeting. Each artist is called
to the podium and presented with
a certificate of participation by the
mayor of Pompano Beach who shakes
the artist's hand.
At that time every student re-
ceives a 'keepsake packet' which
includes an agenda with student's
name highligrhted, a photograph of the
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Where will you park at the

beac Upcoming wor s op

Will determine your sp ot

By Anne Siren
PUBLISHER

The South Pompano Civic Association gave candidates a forum to debate
issues this week at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center.
M. Ross Shulmister moderated the questions and gave each candidate a
chance to introduce him or herself to the audience.
Kay McGinn, the District 1 incumbent, is a registered nurse and owner of
an art gallery in Pompano Beach.
Challenging McGinn are Barry Dockswell, a retired businessman, gradu-
ate of Johns Hopkins University and former chair of the city's CRA advisory
board, andl Travris Williamson, a busciness owner, Bmrowrd Community College
graduate and long time Pompano Beach resident.
Questions relevant to District I focused on the CRA, or community rede-
velopment agency. The CRA, controlled by the city commissioners who serve
as board members, has been unable for four years to get necessary approvals
from Broward County commissioners for this program to move into gear.
Dockswell said that reason rests in the city's reluctance to create a master
plan and hire an independent executive director.
"In Delray Beach," said Dockswell, "the executive director had to design a
master plan. But even before that plan evolved, the executive director planned
events in the business district on Atlantic Avenue. The business owners bought
into those events, and they got involved in beautifying the streetss"
Dockswell compared an active Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach to a rather
somber Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach.
We think Dockswell is right on as far as the city's CRA is concerned. This
project needs a captain and a chart; an executive director and a master plan.
Mcr~inn epulainedl that the city has hiredl an engineering planning company
that will design much of the space on the city's two public parking lots on the
beach and on Riverside Drive.
These lots are owned by the city, but the plans do not represent a master
plan for the CRA.
On Feb. 9, the public is invited to a workshop hosted by the East CRA ad-
visory board to meet these engineers. Here, planners will discuss options for the
city parking lots east of the bridge.
What happens on these lots will impact the entire city. The beach belongs
to everyone. These plans will include parking issues that many people find
problematic when they make family beach plans.
While these plans do not represent a full CRSA master plan for the 158 acres
destined for renovation from the beach, down Atlantic Boulevard to Northeast
18 Avenue, what happens to these parking lots cannot be undone.
Anyone who has a stake in beach plans should attend this meeting.


Editorial and Opinion


Special Olympic athletes

honored at Venetian Isles Publix

StOre during fundraiser


I -' p mg -
P'ublix Sup~er Market at Venetian~ Isles. 3700 N. Fed. Hwy., Lighthouse Point, hosted Special
Olympic athletes last month during a three week fund raising event at all South Florida Publix
stores. Maria Vitale, customer service manager, pictured with the athletes, said customers
en~joye~d chatting with the gold-medal winners to learn more about the event. The store raised
overr $5,000 through customer donations. All funds raised in Broward County were directed
to the Broward Special Olympic programs. All Publix stores in South Florida took part in
the fund raiser. According to Special Olympic headquarters, Publix Supermarkets are major
contributors to supporting the year-round olympic games. [Photo by Anne Siren]


LETTERS


Mc Ginn's diatribes against Jacobs

can hurt District 1, says reader
To the editor:

How does it help the residents of District I when we hear Commissioner
Kay McGinn speak with anger and vitriolic name-calling against a Broward
County Commissioner? It wasn't enough that we heard her fume against Com-
missioner Kristin Jacobs in her open debates and then put those misguided and
destructive feelings in print so we have to read her diatribe in The Pelican. Now
we receive a glossy piece from McGinn unnecessarily emphasizing her abuse of
this commissioner by calling for her censure.
These actions can only insure Jacobs' disregard and disrespect in the future.
This hurts all of us in District 1.
McGinn's antagonistic attitude surely will not help us when we will need
the county's approval for our LAC six months from now.
Perhaps McGinn's misguided rants against a Broward County commissioner
who is not her opponent is due to the simple fact of immature jealousy for not
having received Jacobs' endorsement whereas her actual opponent did.
Jerry Grossman
District 1


Opinions and Editorials


Friday, February 1, 2008


6 The Pelican


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She said that for three
years she has put up with
problems with the
Marchelos, who bought
the pier from Everett Soren-
son three years ago. Pisr-
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"It's unfortunate, but it was
her choice to leave," he said.
"We didn't throw her out. She
voluntarily decided to leave.
"She never spoke to me and
made no attempt to negotiate
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Pisarzewski said Sunday
was like a funeral with many
of the regular customers of the
past 35-40 years coming by.
"Thye're crying," she said.
Many waited 1-1/2 hours
for a table on Saturday and
Sunday.


Pier, Inc. Louis said they plan
to continue the institution of
the coffee shop and have no
plans to turn it into some type
of big restaurant. "We will
bring it up to code and make
it a nice, enjoyable place with
good food and with expanded
nightly hours."
"'We cannot stop Nancy
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relate all the facts to all who
have shown an interest in this
landmark which Nancy man-
aged for the past five years,"
he said, reading a prepared
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Pisarzewski has worked
at the restaurant for 41 years,
first as a waitress and then as
a manager after the original


restaurant was on a month-
to-month lease, and the rent
was increased from $3,000 to
$4,000 a month. But he says
the rent hadn't been raised in
more than three years.
And though Pisarzewski's
lease called for her to pay for
electricity, gas and water, he
says she never paid for water.
He recently sent her a bill for
the past 24 months oftwatae

half of the $7,000 bill, and
he says she refused to pay.
Marchelos says she is also
responsible for her share of
the property tax.
"We would love for her to
stay, but she never responded
to us," Marchelos said.
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In Florida where the scene
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one turns around, Wings 'n'
Things at 150 SW 6 St. has
been a constant for 27 years.
It's a neighborhood landmark,
owned for the past 14 years by
Dick Pearce and now also by
Theresa AIpplegate. Applegate
who is now Pearce's busi-
ness partner has worked there
for 25 years. She started as a
server when she was a teep~.
Still full of smiles and energy,
Applegate says, "Two of the
original servers, Michele Egan
and Moira Vennillion are still
with us. We have third genlera-
tion customers. I remember
many of them when they were
children, and now they come
in with their children. You
could say this is my second
home, but I'm often here lon-
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pro rc, a eah dma t.l
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Things. He was happy to sit
down and relate a little bit of
the restaurant's history. "The
first Wings place opened in
Oakland Park in 1972. It was
owned by the Hauck fam-
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opened franchises throughout
Florida. The family eventually
sold off the different opera-
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that's when I bought this place


This is a family oriented
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to loyal neighborhood patrons for 27 years. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


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'train restaurant.' They actu-
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Pearce jumps up and
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combinations. Our lunch club
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Maybe that's why Wednesday
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with her son, 11-year-old Mat-
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a light blush, Theresa says,
"I met Rick right here in the
restaurant and married him five
years ago. I also have another
son in college."
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wings and sweet tea.
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seat with term limits as part of
her platform said the problem
facing the commission was
the lack of a specific term
limit proposal.
"We have discussed this
before, but no one has offered
a concrete proposal," Burrie
said. "How many years? How
many terms? What would be
the length of terms? We have
had no one make a specific
proposal. Just a vague concept
of having tenn limits."
Commissioner George
Brummer said, "By set-
ting term limits you are not
advancing democracy, you
are restricting it. You are
depriving the electorate their
choice to choose a candidate
they may believe is the best
candidate."
Travis Williamson, a chal-
lenger to McGinn in District
1, challenged that idea.


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PELICAN WRITER

At the same time that the
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Beach's shore line, it has also
seeped into one of the three
wells that supply fresh water
to the town.
"Our infrastructure is
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into it," said Hillsboro Beach
Mayor, Carmen-McGarry-
"The old plait is critical. If
we had a storm our pumps
would not hold up, and in
time there would be salt water
intrusion in the remaining
wells."


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"Your view is not the
public's view," he said. "The
public wants term limits. This
is public service, not self
service."
Barry Dockswell, also a
McGInn challenger, said he
supported the term limits.
"'You can become too power-
ful up there. There is a need
for fresh blood and fresh
thinking," said Dockswell.
After Brummer had stated
that it takes several years for
a commissioner to effectively
know what he was doing,
Daniel Horak, who faces
Commissioner Rex hardin in
District 2, disagreed.
"Experience is not really
necessary to sit on the com-
mission. There is a lot to be
said for new people with fresh
ideas," said Horak.
City Attorney Gordon
Linn told the commissioners
that 12 of 31 municipalities
in Broward County currently
have term limits.
Of 12, 9 of the cities had
four-year terms for commis-
sioners.
Pompano Beach commis-
sioners have two-year terms.
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well as art from Dave Thomas
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hangs each piece of art, cre-
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personalized certificates and
is on hand to help the mayor
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*This birthday party will n-ot pass
S without recognition of African Ameri-
cans and their part in the success of
Pompano Beach.
That's the philosophy of this
upcoming Tiger Trails event to take
place at the Cypress Creek Westin Ho-
tel this weekend.
Cathy Van, vocalist with BMA'S Big Band, will
be part of the performance for the Big Band event Ed Phillips chairs the Tiger Trails


Scommittlee, a long-standlg eetns
torically held in Northwest Pompano
Beach. But this year is different.
SPhillips and others are looking at
the past and contemplating the prog-
ress that has occurred since Pomnpano
Beach was incorporated on July 3,
1906.
Tiger Trails is hosting three
events this year, the first being this
weekend's black tie gala, chaired by
Carmen Jones.
* The theme "'Saluting the Past while
Embracing the Future" prompted the
group to do just that.
."We will salute those who have
* passed on and who have paved the
. way for us," says Jones. "We will
* honor every mother, father, grand-
* mother and grandfather who picked
* beans, worked as maids, cooks or
Whatever way they could to provide
* for their family's future."
*Jones says there will be some
surprises at the event, and attendees
will view a film commemorating black
pioneers and trailblazers. Joe Smith,
* former assistant principal at Blanche
* Ely High School will discuss the early
* days of education for black students in
* Pompano Beach.
* "Those being honored include


upcoming at the Pompano Beach Elks Lodge.

Enjoy the romance of the Big
Band era and help keep it alive.
The BMA, or Broward Musicians
Association's Christmas fund
raiser at Galuppi's was such a
success, the group sought a larger
venue for the event and found it at
the grand ballroom of the Pompano
Beach Elks Lodge at 700 NE 10
St., Pompano Beach.
On March 3, the Spring Fling
starts with cocktails at 6 with
music provided by Ann Sullivan.
Next, a seated dinner complete
from salad to dessert and coffee.
The wonderful sounds of the
big band era play on from 8 to 11
p.m. Their "Theme mn Pastels" will
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dancing pleasure of the guests.
The public is invited. Tickets are
$35 for BMA Members and $40
for guests.
Reservations are due by by Feb.
22. Call 954-564-2357


Gladys Cameron, Former City Commissioner Ed Phillips and Tiger Trail Gala Chairperson Car-
men Jones have prepared a tribute to the Pompano Beach community on Saturday at the Cypress
Westin Hotel.


well publicized leaders like Blanche
General Ely," says Jones. "But there
are names that have never made the
spotlight."


And to Jones and her committee,
those who missed the spotlight are


Contrinued on page 13





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St. Ambrose Support Group for
the separated, divorced and widowed
meets on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. behind
St. Ambrose Church, 380 S. Federal
Highway, Deerfield Beach. Call Al at
954-785-5189.
St. Ambrose Singles will host a
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the people upon whose shoulders this
generation stands.
Phillips adds that this event will
recognize 100 years of service to
Pompano and those people who stayed
here.
"People left for a variety of rea-
sons. Some went to college and chose
other places to live," says Phillips.
"We can appreciate that, but we mu1st
appreciate those who stayed: the
school bus drivers, the maintenance
people and more. They created the
fabric of our community. To those
people, we will say 'thank you."'
Philips and others became involved
in the Centennial for many reasons,
but one in particular.
"We wanted to ensure that the ac-
tivities included black history, not as a
footnote, but as a full page. As we talk
about the history in our community,
it's not just black. Our history is inter-
twined with the white community. We
will honor a number of non-African
Americans at the gala. This event will


CCEvery mother, fa-
ther, grandmother
and grandfather who
picked beans, worked
as maids, cooks or whatever
way tey could to prowid for
their family's future." Jones


"Pompano's black pioneers la-
bored under unequal conditions, and
until recently rarely were documented
in the official records, newspapers or
written histories," says Hobby. "Many
of these individuals were well known
to presidents of both races, but their ac-
complishments were kept only in the
memories of those who knew them.
The work of this group is a centennial
gift to all residents of our city."
Tickets are still available for the
Gospel event. Tickets to the Tiger
Trails Black Tie Gala are sold out.
For more information, call 954-
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reflect the fact that we are all here."
On Feb. 16, Tiger Trails moves on
to the Amphitheatre at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center to host a Gospel
event from 6 to 10 p.m. Tickets are
$25 -
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the boulevard with food, art, crafts
and entertainment -
But the big change this year for the
street festival is a parade which begins
at 8 a.mn. at Ely High School.
"This is the first time the parade
will cross the railroad tracks, says
Phillips.
Throughout Florida, the Flor~ida
Eastcoast Railway stood as a racial di-
viding line between blacks and whites.
Crossing the tracks will symbolize
some of the changes made in the first
100 years.
Dan Hobby, executive director of
the Pompano Beach Historical Soci-
ety is brushing off his own tux for the
gala. And he joins others in admir-
ing the innovations of the Tiger Trail
committee.


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the city perform any stud-
ies," said Len Neff, director
of fiscal operations, Broward
County `Water and Wastewater
Services. "A new connec-
tion or connections would be
required, but since we already
have a service area adjacent
to Hillsboro Beach'rservice
area it is hoped that additional
pipmng required would be rela-
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Friday, February 1, 2008


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Sightings

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to Police Chief Ross Licata Icetnterj had beenl inlstrumerlntal m several actions
that led to criminal arrests in the city.


Continued on page 19


would be able to supply fresh
water to Hillsboro Beach is
expected to be done by mid
February. It will determine
what improvements if any
would need to be made to the
Deer~field Beach water facility
to safely pump an additional
two million gallons of fresh
water per day to Hillsboro
Beach and what it would cost
to make these improvements.
"We have to explore all
possibilities. We can't just
go with the county without
knowing what the other op-
tions are," said McGarry "We
are considering selling the


land to fund any further cost
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town's 50-year-old water
distribution pipes at the at the
Feb. 12 meeting.
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termine the condition of the
pipes," said Lippman. "There
are no problems right now,
but it's time that we deter-
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make any repairs if they are
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Patio Bar & Grill
Howard Johnson Hotel
2096 NE 2nd St.

(across from Deerfield
Beach Fishing Pier)
Deerfield Beach,
Tel: 954-428-2850


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER

What can I say? My recent
outing to the newly renovated
Patio Bar & Grill on Deerfield
Beach was one of the most
pleasant and memorable culi-
nary experiences I have had in
quite some time.
With a lively ambiance,


scenic view, contemporary dC-
cor and, most of all, outstand-
ing gastronomic offerings, the
eminently affordable Patio Bar
& Grill has now become my
new favorite seaside eatery in
the Deerfield area.
Restaurant operator Ernest
Porco, Chef Pat Lena and ho-
tel General Manager Julian
Felder have worked hard over
the last eight months to devel-
op a menu that would surpass
all expectations.
There are novel creations
such as the Volcano Spring
Rolls, a delightful offering of
sushi grade crab rolls served
with Sriracha mayonnaise and

ContinuedLI onl page 18


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Chilled Peel & Eat Shrimp are accompanied by fresh lemon and Tequila sauce.


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Prep: 5 minutes
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Mlakes:4lserving,
pound ground beef
14 teaspoon garlic powder
2 cans (14t ounces each)
Swanson Seasoned Beef
Broth with Onion
I can (about 14 1/2 ounces)
diced tomatoes
1/4 teaspoon dried Italian
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1/4 cup grated

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Winter Vegetable Bean Soup
With Pesto
Prep: 25 minutes
Cook: 30mnilnutes
Malkes:10 servllngs
2 medium carrots, diced
3 medium potatoes, peeled
I medium turnip, peeled and
diced
2 large leeks, sliced
2 stalks celery, slicedl
5 1/4 cups Swansonl Vegetable
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1 can (about 19 ounces)
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Continuled from page 17
Wakami slaw, or the equally
tantalizing Steak Chimichurra
Crostini, a pleasant delivery
of sliced flank steak on a
toasted baguette. The steak
is drizzled with a tasty garlic
and herb sauce. The Patio Bar
& Grill has put the competi-
tion on notice that quality and
affordability are no longer
mutually exclusive.
It was a sunny Saturday
afternoon when mly wife and
I decided to stop in for a late
lunch. Not surprisingly, the
restaurant was overflowing
with patrons enjoying the
refined food and spirit-lifting
libations that abound at this
hip restaurant. A steel band
played rhythmic Island songs
in the background while we


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Friday, February 1, 2008


8 1 The Pelican


perused a remarkably sophis-
ticated menu.
We started with a fruity
and refreshing rum-based
concoction accompanied by
an order of the house-made
Potato Chips baked with
Blue Cheese. These haund-cut,
crispy chips were sprinkled
with sharp crumbled bleu
cheese and a hint of malt vin-
egar that provided the perfect
beginning to our culinary
voyage.
Overwhelmed by myr-
iad delectable choices, we
decided to embark on a
simple journey of discov-
ery. We chose an order of
plump chilled Peel & Eat
Shrimp with a fresh lemon
and Tequila sauce. That was
followed by a portion of a
truly ethereal fried calamari
with sweet .chihi, aioli and fra


Chef Pat Lena proudly displays
a Patio Bar & Grill favorite.
the flavor packed Hawaiian
grouper, accompanied with
potato and leek mashed
and garden fresh veggies,


These crispy, lightly battered calamadi are presented with three distinct
di ping sauces: sweet chili, aioli and fra diavolo. [Photos by Malcolm Mc-
Clintockl


Continued on page 19


pepper
Ealsy Basil Pesto (recipe

tItanp leefo ae ots, 1pot tes.zp
broth mn large saucepot over mne-
dium-high hea~t to a boil.
2.Reduce heat to low. Cover

Itale ae uunt re tifor
Easy Basil Pesto. Stir remaining
broth, beans, bay leaf and red pepper
into saucepot. Heat to a boil. Reduce
heat to low\. Cookl 15 minutes or until
vtegetalbles are tendter. Remove bay'
leanf. Se~rvec topped with Easy~ Basil

E~s! Basil Pe~sto: Mix 2 cups packed
fresh basil le~aves. 3 tablespoons
grate~d Parmesan chee~se. 3 cloves
gar~lic and 1/2 cup re~servecd broth inl
foodl processor bowl or blendeltr jur
(~O.1 over an process unltil sm1oothl.

Sensational Chicken
Noodle Soup
(onk Ynllo

Scu s Swanson Chicken
Broth (regular. Natural
Good ass or Certified

Generous dash ground
black pepper
1 medium carrot, sliced
1 stalk celery, sliced
1/2 aql uncooked extra wide

1cuip shreddedl cookied
Chicken or turkey
1. Heat broth, pepper, carlrot
anld celery inl medium saucepan over
medlium-high heat to a boil.
2. Stir in noodlles and~ chick-
en. Redluce heat to mcdiulm. C'ook 10
mninlutes or until noodles ar~e Intendr.



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nloodlles, adding just before ser~vinp.
Italian Toirtellini Soup: Addt I can
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crushedl andi i cup spinach leaves.
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diavolo sauces.
The shrimps, from the
extensive raw bar, were large
and plentiful and the calamari
was lightly battered to meld
perfectly with the three pi-
quant sauces that accompanied
the dish.
To be honest, we could
have continued all afternoon
savoring these appetizers. The
selection is as titillating as it
is vast.
Chef Pat's signature
Louisiana Shrimp Cakes were
extraordinary. But the Sesame
Seared Tuna and the Tempura
Gator Bites both vied for our
attention.
It was terribly difficult to


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The Pelican 19


Friday February 1 2008


pick our next taste sensation.
So we went for a main
course.
Giving in to my glutton-
ous proclivities, we decided
to share a large order of the
highly recommended Hawai-
ian Grouper along with a
hearty Caesar Salad.
To our utter satisfaction,
the pan seared and caramel-
ized fish was sinfully moist
and tender and smothered in a
rnouth-watering sweet garlic
chili glaze.
This visually stunning dish
tickled the olfactory senses
with its impeccable combi-
nation of fresh ingredients,
exotic aromas and an entou-
rage of spinach-leek mashed
potatoes with al dente juli-
enned vegetables.
As all sauces and salad
dressings are made from
scratch, the flavorful white


balsamic-based Caesar dress-
ing was predictably creamy
and delightfully pungent. The
crisp Romaine lettuce carried
it to perfection along with
a generous layer of freshly
grated Parmesan cheese and a
~pesto crostini.
With almost all dishes
priced under $ 10 and a f~ew
large plates such as the Gor-
gonizola Crusted NY Strip
Steak under $20, a satisfy-
inlg lunch or dinner can be
had without depleting one's
pocket book.
Even better, the Patio Bar
& Grill has an extensive wine
list with practically all bottles
priced between $20 to $40!
Patio Bar & Grill is open
everyday for lunch, dinner
and beyond, with live enter-
tainment through the latter
half of the week.
They offer many daily


specials and have a rollicking
Happy Hour from 4 to 7 p~m..
With hotel parking nearby,
wheelchair accessibility, ac-
ceptance of all major credit
cards and a beautiful location
in front of the beach, there is
no excuse to forego a midday
or evening experience at this
newly r-esurrected restaurant.
The Patio Bar & Gr-ill of-
fer~s sophisticated cuisine at
a reasonable price in a casual
setting overlooking the ocean.
Don't miss this one!

Malcolm McClintock is
presidents ofAlabaska LLC, a frm
thatr assists hotels, restaurants anld
irtivdl pr pe ty owner wit h eir

anld hars lived in Thailand, Spain,
Frarnce. Mexico, Canada anld the
UIS where he has developed a deep
appreciation for world gastronomy.
He can be reached at malcolm @
alabaska.com.


Sightings
Continued from page 15
Intermediate Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at the Pompano
Duplicate Bridge Club. Call
954-565-3127.
Irish set dancing, very
much like square dancing
is offered every Friday at
7:30 p.m. at the St. Nicholas
Church, 1111 E. Sample Rd.
Cost $5, beginners are wel-
come. Call 954-785-9140.
Basic Unity teachings 7
p.m. in the chapel of Unity
Church. Call 954-943-3715.
Line Dance Classes for
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day from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the
N.E. Focal Point Senior Cen-
ter, Deerfield Beach, 227 NW
2nd St. A $4 donation is re-
quested. Call 954-480-4447.

Continued on page 23


Savory Lentil Soup


tablespoon olive oil
Ifnnl`C bulb. chopped

Large carrot, chopped
Stalk celery, choppedl
4 me~diuml talianlpluml
tomatoes, chopped
2 cloves garlic. minced
1/2 teaspoon crushed
red pepper
Ibay leaf
8 cups Sw lloI Gu ken
Goodnless or Certifierd
organic
I ai 6 ounces) dried
2cuips coarsely chopped
watercress
Freshly grated Pamrmsan
cheese (optional)
1. Heat oil in large saucepot
over medium heat. Add fennel, onl-
ion, carrot anld celery anid cook until
tender.
2.Stir in tomatoes, garlic. red
pepper, bay leaf, broth and lentils.
Heat to a boil. Reduce heat to low.
Cover and cook 25 mlinultes or until
lentils are tender. Discard bay leaf.
3. Stir in watercress and cook
2 minutes. Serve with cheese, if
desired.

Hearty Beef Barley Soup
Prep: 20 minutes
Cooki: 40 mninutes
Makes: 4 servings
2 cups water
14 cup uncooked pearl barley
1 pound boneless beef siloin
steak or top round steak,
cut into 1-inch cubes
6 ounces mushrooms. sliced
Clove garlic, minced
4 cups Swanlson Beef Broth
(regular,. 50% Less Sodiumn
or Certified Organic)
1/4 teaspoon dlried thyme
leaves, crushed
Genlerous dash ground
black pepper
2 medium carrots, sliced
1. Heat water in mlediumn
saucepan over mnedium-high heat
to a boil. Add barley. Reduce heat
to medliumn-low. Cover anld cook 40
minutess or until barley is tendter, stir-
'2.nlg occas onally. Dr ail uln
stick saucepot untlil well br.owned,
stir-ring onten.
3. Add mushrooms aund
garlic and cook until mushrooms are
tender.
4. Stir in broth, thyme, black


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and Saturdays from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m. at the Herb
Skolnick Center, 800 SW 36
Ave., in Palm Aire, Pompano
Beach. Registration is $5 for
residents and $10 for non-
residents. Classes are $7 each.
Call Kate 954-786-4590.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
Fern Forest Nature
Center in Coconut Creek
will offer a variety of monthly
nature programs for childr-en
of all ages. The programs
may include nature walks,
crafts, games, and stories. Na
ture Tots, for ages 2 through 4
accompanied by ~a parent, will
be offered from 10 to 11 a.m.
on the second Tuesday of
the month at a cost of $3 per
child. 954-970-0150.
Pompano Beach -Light-
house Rotary Club meetings
take place at Galuppi's Res-
taurant, 1103 N. Fed. Hwy.,
Pompano Beach, located at
the Pompano Beach Munici-
pal Golf Course. Breakfast
meetings are at 7:30 a.m. on
Tuesday s '
Bible and Jewish studies
are held at 1991 NE 32 Ct.,
#42, Lighthouse Point. Call
954-946-4442.
Pompano Beach Wom-
an's Club hold card parties
nodmt nTo so s.1on the first

$3. Call 954-946-9693


Ballroom Dance Lessons
are offered every Tuesday
at 1:00 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call
954-786-4111.
Beginning Bridge Les-
sons and Review every
Tuesday from 9):30 a.m. to
12:00 p.m. at the George
English Park Community
Center-, 1101I Bayview Dr.,
Fort Lauderdale, 7 lessons
$45 residents, $50 non-resi-
dents. Call 954-565-3124.
Bingo every Tuesday
at St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11I
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon-. Call 954-941-4843.
Bingo every Tuesday
rught at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 14 2. Smok-
ing and non-smokmng rooms
available. Call 954-942-244
Support Group for
the Separated, Divorced
and Widowed meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Ambrose Catholic Church'
Deerfield Beach. Call Jean
954-346-9275 -
"Hot Topics"' Senior
Discussion Group is every
Tuesday from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, 227 NW 2nd
4-.,D 4 d7ldBeach. Call

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Continured ~fr-om parge 19
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every
Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
the N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach, 227
NW 2nd St. A $4 donation
is requested. Call 954-480-
4447.
Skolnick Center Calorie
Counter meets on Fridays
at the Herb Skolnlick Center
[Palm Aire] at 9: 15 a.m. Cost
is $1 per week for supplies.
Call Al Abram 954-975-
3772.
The Rotary Club of
Pompano Beach meets at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Municipal
Golf Course on Fridays at
noon. Call 954-564-7714.
Saturday Feb. 2
AA meeting every Sat-
urday at 6: 15 to 7: 15 p.m. in
the chapel of Unity Church.
Call 954-943-3715.
Spanish Unity lessons
at 8 p.m. in fellowship hall
Unity Church. Call 954-943-
3715.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Saturday and Tuesdays at

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p.m. The public is welcome.
Call 954-942-2448.

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Ave., in Palm Aire, Pompano
Beach. Registration is $5 for
residents and $10 for non-res-
idents. Classes are $7 each.
Call Kate 954-786-4590.
Monday, Feb. 4
Zumba Gold Fitness
dancing to a Latin beat at
5:30 p.m., Mondays at 5:30

p~. aand e usdiy sad 113030
33 St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-
566-8711.
Improved listening and
speaking skills are addressed
at the Pompano Beach
Toastmasters Club. All are
welcome Mondays at 7 PM
at John Knox Village Club
Room, SW 6 St. and So.
Dixie. Call Lynda Menter,
954-946-8733.
Low Impact Aerobic Fit-
ness Class for women is of
fered Mondays and Wednes-
days from 9 to 10: 15 a.m.
at the First Baptist Church.
Childcare is available. Call
954-745-6106.
The Pompano Lions
Club meets every second and
fourth Monday at the Flamn-
ing Pit Restaurant, Flaming
Pit Restaurant, 1150 N Fed-
eral Hwy at 6:30 p.m. Call
954-646-3999.
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Eggplant pondered as one exceptional vegetable to

be had at the Pompano Beach Green Market


By Dan Hobby
POMPANO) BEACH HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
February already? How is
that possible?
And yet the evidence is
uncontestable -this Saturday's
Green Market will indeed kick
off that shortest of months.
OK, time flies and all that
stuff, but as we get further
into the growing season there
are benefits. More produce
and an ever-increasing vari~
ety.
As I walk around the
Green Market, I am amazed
at the different varieties of a
particular fruit or vegetable.
We all know about large
categories such as citrus fruit
- you can visit our vendors
and find grapefruit, tanger-
ines, navels, limes, lemons,
tangelos (which is a hybrid


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is known as a "Black Beauty"
which is part of a larger
family of eggplalnts that are
knows as "Purple."
At the Green Market,
you'll also find eggplants
that are round and white (not
unlike a large egg), those that
are pink and those that are
green; some even have stripes.
They also come in a wide
range of shapes, from the
liforemnentioned round to long
and skinny.
Forget about the names of
all these varieties they go
by everything from "Chinese
eggplant" to "Thai eggplant"
to "Italian eggplant," but
those names have little real
meaning. Most of the egg-
plants you see at the Green
Market were grown right here
in South Florida.
And there's plenty you can
do with an eggplant every-


thing from grilling them to a
classic baba ganoush (look
it up). There's mousaka and
ratatouille, or you1 can make a
tasty eggplant casserole.
The point of all this is
that you just never know all
the surprises in store for you
when you visit the Green
Market on Saturday mornings.
And just like we've got
a whole world of eggplant,
you'll find the same seem-
ingly endless variety whether
you visit the Orchid Doctor's
booth (nobody knows more
about orchid varieties than the
doc) or stop by Teaphoria for
some gourmet teas. We've
even got about half-a-dozen
varieties of hummus!
See, February isn't sound-
ing so bad, after all not with
the Green Market to look
forward to.
See you there


of a tangerine and grapefruit)
and when they are available,
honeybells and clementines.
Well, you say, that was an
easy one. What else?
And I respond with egg-
plant!
Yes, I know, a most suspi-
cious vegetable (actually it's
a fruit, but we won't get into
that right now). We might
have some eggplant parme-
san whilst dining at an Italian
restaurant, but we're not sure
what else can be done with
the bulbous plant.
We'll return to the prepa-
ration and eating of the egg-
plant shortly, but first a little
background.
The eggplant is native
to India and Pakistan and
has been domesticated there
for over 4,000 years. It was
introduced to Europe by the
Moors inl Spain. The Spanish


thought the eggplant was an
aphrodisiac, which added to
its popularity.
It was the English who
ga\ve us its odld and confusing
name. Apparently the term
"eggplant" originally referred
to a particular variety that was
shaped like an egg.
If you go to Italy, how-
ever, it is called "melanzana,"
and elsewhere in Europe it
goes by the name "'auber-
gine."
None other than Thomas
Jefferson is credited with
introducing the eggplant to
America.
History lessonI over; let's
return to varieties,
Most of us, if we think
of eggplants at all, have an
image of a large, oblong,
dark glossy vegetable that
are found in most grocery
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lesson. Call 954-761-1577.
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Call 954-942-2448.
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The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets
for lunch each Wednesday
from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Public Golf
Course. Call 954-942-8108.


Thursday, Feb. 7
Creative Writing Class is
offered every Thursday from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4447.
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Calvary Chapel Wor-
ship Center, 2331 NE 26
Ave. Pompano Beach, The
Pink Church Chapel, holds
"Overcomers' Outreach,"
on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.
Childcare is available. Call
954-941-9162.
The Miracles Mission
and School has ongoing
classes every Wednesday
from 10a.m.to 12p.m. at
Moose Lodge and every
Thursday 7-9p.m. at Elks
Lodge. Call 954-463-1180.
Pompano Beach Jay-
cees meet the first and third
Wednesday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater Pom-
pano Beach Chamber of Com-
merce. Call 954-788-5562.
Short Intermediate
Lesson and Social Bridge
Game every Wednesday from
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the
Gedrge English Park Com-
munity Center, 1101 Bayview
Dr., Ft. Lauderdale. Refresh-
ments served. $5 residents, $6
non-residents. Call 954-565-
3127.


The Business Forum,
a networking organization,
meets each Wednesday, ex-
cept for the first Wednesday,
of every month at 7:30 a.m.
at the Palms Dining Room,
Palm-Aire Country Club. Call
954-275-7067.
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday at I 1:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit Res-
taurant, 1150 N Federal Hwy.
Call 954-946-4676.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Senior Citizen's Club
meets on the second Wednes-
day of every month at the
Emma Lou Olson Comnmunity
Center at 10 a.m. Activities
focus on the general welfare,
health, education and security
of senior citizens in this area.
Call 954-757-1341.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo meets every
Wednesday night. Doors open
at 5 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m.
Dixie Highway and 33 St. in
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HOME HEALTH AIDES/
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Point. Applications Accepted
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954-783-1998. EOE/DFWP.
2/15

REGISTERED NURSES
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In Deerfield Area. DFWP. Fax
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Ideal Position for College
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But Not Necessary. Call 954-
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Tile, Painting, Light Electrical.
Roof Waterproof ing. Ref erences
Available. Call 954-773-6834.
2/8

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Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
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295-4118. 2/8
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786-2706. 2/29 _

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Electronics, HVAC and
Refrigeration. Licensed. 30
Years Experience. Call 954-
295-1374 or FAX 954-482-
0729. 2/1


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Fans, Locks, Paint, Tile,
Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387. 2/8

G. JASON CLEANING.
Office Cleaning and Painting.
References Available Upon
Request. Call 954-650-1444
Or Go To GJASONCLEAN@
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IMPROVEMENTS. We Do It All.
Room Conversions, Kitchens/
Baths, Doors/Windows,
Electrical, Plumbing, Custom
Decks. 30 Years In Broward.
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Shopping, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. 24-7 Days/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
370-1622. C 2/29

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S.E. 10th St., A-12. $164,900
BEACH BEAUTY. Two Blocks
to Beach. Large Open Floor
Plan. 890 Sq.Ft. With Updated
Kitchen and Bath. Judy @954-
30-4518. Prudential Florida 1st
Realt 2/1
SUNDAY February 3rd from
11 A.M. to 3 P.M. at 1111 N.
Riverside Drive, #108. BEAT
THE BANK $24,900 Short Sale
Subject To Lender's Approval. 2
BD/2 BA on ICW -Direct Water
& Park Views. Private ItSFloor
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From $324,900. Sunday -
January 3rd From 1 P.M. to 4
P.M. at 2301 N.E. 36th Street.
Call Lonnie Brooks at 954-709-
2523. Balistreri Realty

CONDOS FOR
SALE

REDUCED Updated 2 BD/2
BA Condo in Pompano Beach.
Convenient East of US 1
Location. Lowest P rice in
Building. $183,500. Call 954-
234-3644 or 954-234-3646.
COwner/Agent. 2/1 _


REDUCED !!!IN DEERFIELD
BEACH !!! ONLY $58,000.
Settle Estate, Heirs Want Offers!
Perfect 1 BD/1.5 BA CLEAN
2nd Floor Condo, Central Air
MOVE IN CONDITION. 55+.
Florida Sun Belt Realty. 954-
973-6263. 1/25

COMPLETELY RE DONE
LARGE CONDO. 1 BD/1 BA.
Secured Building. Small Pet
And Child Welcome. Glenna
Tscherner (Realtor) 954-401-
2263.Asking$11 9,900. Dubman
Real Estate. C 2/15

POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Condo on Pine Drive.
Tile Throughout. Pool. Small
Pet O.K. Move-In Condition.
$99,000. Owner Financing
Availa le. Call Bob 954-647-


A1A POMPANO AEGEAN.
Ocean Front On Sand. 2 BD/2
BA Condo With Great Ocean
and ICW Views. $449,000. Call
Mary Cohen at 954-295-2356.
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CENTURY VILLAGE -BOCA
RATON. 1 BD/1.5 BA. Fully
Furnished. $27,000. 55+
Community. Call 561-809-
4322. C 2/22

POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA On The Sand. Beautiful
Direct Ocean and Pier Views.
Two Oceanside Balconies.
Fully Remodeled. Low Maint.
Fees. Al concrete restore tion

Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C

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DEERFIELD BEACH-Amazing
WATERFRONT 2 BD/2 BA
Unfurnished Condo. Pool.
$1,100/mo. (Includes Cable).
Annual Lease. No Pets. Call 631-
885-3342 or Colleen Newshot
Realty 954-481-3400. 2/1
A1A POMPANO BEACH. 2
BD/2.5 BA Beautiful Two Story
Town Home. Marble Floors, W/
D, Back Yard. Steps To Beach,
Boating, Shopping. $1,550/mo.
Annual Lease. 954-673-222

POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Apartment With Pool And
Laundry Facilities On Site. Great
Central Location. $675/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-783-
3723. 2/1

POMPANOBEACH-2BD/2BA
Updated Condo. East of US 1.
A povaa Required $1,01o
3644 or 954-234-3646. 2/1

BEACHSIDE CONDO 2/2.
Furn. Condo. Washer/Dryer.
Pool. $1,100/Mo. Annual. Will
sell. $299K. Call 1-931-239-
7848.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT Large,
New, Spotless 2/2 Duplex.
Kitchen w/Family room.
Ove rloo ks Screened Patio.
Fenced Yard. Carport. Plenty of
storage. Rentt $,600+ Security,
Refs/Credit Required. Call 954-
946-0494 to see same day.


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and Ocean View. Pool. Lots Of
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954-788-8376. 2/83

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428-3645. 2/1

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561-309-2214. 2/1
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9594. 2/8
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Sightings
Contrinued from page 23

Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
meets the second Thursday
of the month at 7:30 P~m. at
the Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge, Pompano Beach. Call
954-786-0062.
"Healing Service" every
Thursday at 11:55 a.m. at St.
Martin s Episcopal Cure .
Call 954-941-4843 or go to
www.stmartinchurch.org.
St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church Thrift Shop is open
Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m-
to 1 p.m. and Sundays noon to
1 p.m. Call 954-942-5887
Tai Chi is offered every
Thursday from noon to 1 p.m.
at N.E. Focal Pomnt Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.

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8700 to post your events on
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Fou Men Teas One Best Ball

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Marchisello, Blind Draw .. ... 5.5
2nd Edl Saulnier, Ed Lehky'
Tom Joliat, Tom Garry . ... 55
3rd Bob Genova, Art Bieler, Ernie
Palinlchik, Blind Draw. .. .. ...56
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Brazilian Fest gets funding
Deerfield Beach will have its Brazilian Festival after all.
Initially not funded mn this year's budget, the Festival
received $50,000 from city commissioners last week to hold
an event in September on Martin Luther King Boulevard and
Westside Park. Formerly held in conjunction with the Super
Boat Ocean Races, the Festival was funded by sponsors of the
race. With the races no longer coming here, the Festival's bud-
get dried up. Dist. 2 Commissioner Sylvia Poitier moved for
the allocation noting that the Festival ,Ad~has been riding on the
coattails of the boat races."


Tile warehouse put on hold

A request that parking regulations be waived in Deerfield beach
for a 97,355 square foot tile showroom and warehouse on West
Sample Road was deferred last week after city commissioners
questioned what the impact would be if in the future, if another use
was found for the building.
Representatives of Paragon Industries, Inc. asked for a deviation
of 72 parking spaces for the building which is being built to house
a tile showroom and warehouse. The zoning calls for 195 spaces;
Paragon seeks approval for 123, its attorney saying that parking
studies show that the warehouse square footage brings in almost
no traffic.
Dist. 1 Commissioner Pam Militello said she had concerns about
the future, that is, if Paragon vacated the property opening the
space for a business that drew more traffic.
With commissioners showing reluctance to grant the variance,
Paragon's attorney suggested the item be deferred. The building
woul occpy almost six acres on the North side of Sample Road.


POMPANO BEACH
WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, 'TUES., JAN.
29
18 HOLE GROUP 2 BEST
BALLS OF FOURSOME

1st place- KiyokoAshendorf, Raynelle
Fergusonl, Christene Rush, Viola
Mortel ii .. . ... .. ...117
2nd place Susan Funkhauser,
Genl Rollerson, Margy Trib-
bett, Lillian Cody . I22
3rd place Jan Rulck, Paula Hook,
Lu Rispoli, Madeline Matyas .. 122
4th place Jackie Peck, Pat Bow
Mavis Flibotte, Ruth Richey .. ..125
5th place Roxanne Mc Car-
thy, June Laub, Yoko Mayeda,
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9 HOLE GROUP
CLASS A
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Gardner .. ... .8
2nd place Gwena Jackson, Joanne
Price ....... 9
CLASS B
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2nd place (tie Harriet Fisher, Jeanne
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