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Hometown News & Views


It s play time!


CRA director

on board for

Pompano Beach

redevelopment

are as

By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF

Pompano Beach City Manager
Keith Chadwell announced the city's
new Community Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA, director this week,
naming Robert Franke to the position.
Franke, 51, will assume his duties
on March 3.
Franke will take over as direc-
Continued on page 4


NeW LBTS

mayor promises

CiVility, respect

and an end to

fighting
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER

It's now official. Election results
have been certified, and Lauderdale-
BywThoenSeashas e new mayor and two
Mayor Roseann Minnet and Com-
missioners Stuart Dodd and Birute
Clottey were sworn in during ceremo-
nies T~uesday before a standing room
only crowd at Jarvis Hall. That event
had been postponed a week until the
Broward County Canvassing Board
could complete its work.
"Wer celebrate an orderly transfer
of power," Minniet said, addressing the
crowd after taking the oath of office.
Repeating her campaign promise to
bring unity, civility and respect to the
dais, she said, "We must set aside our
differences, respect each other and
cooperate with each other for the town.
We can't afford to keep fighting."
Minnet said commissioners won't
have all the solutions. She vowed to
ask for help and advice and to listen.
The new mayor said government
will be asked to do more with less.
But she said public safety must not be
Con~tinuerd on7 page 1


Broward Children's Center in Pompano Beach celebrated the opening of three new play-
grounds designed to stimulate and engage its special needs residents.


Free Hurricane

Inspections,

Grants topic

at Cresthaven

meeting
Jessica Cordero, a representative
of the Florida Deparmnent of Financial
Services, will speak at the Cresthaven
Neighborhood Watch meeting on Feb.
21, 7:30 p.m., social hall of St. Eliza-
beth Church, 901 NE 33 St., Pompano
Beach.
Cordero will discuss benefits of
the "My Safe Florida Home" program.
Applications for the program will be
processed at the meeting. After filing
an application for a free property
inspection, residents will receive a
detailed report that explains key steps
they can take to make their homes
more hurricane resistant. The report
will also outline insurance discounts
that may be available.
Floridians whose homes have
undergone wind certification and
hurricane mitigation inspections ap-
proved by the Department of Financial
Services may be eligible to apply for
matching grants up to $5,000.
To date, 12,787 Broward County
residents have become eligible for an
average windstorm insurance discount
of 18 percent or $348.33 annually.
Most older homes in the county are
eligible for insurance discounts and
grants. Call 954-732-5500.


PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach residents have
been watching their beaches vanish
at an alarming rate since Hurricane
Wilma hit the coast in 2005.
"We've lost about $200,000
worth of sand in four days, said
Tom Blatt, president of Opal Towers
in Hillsboro Beach. "We are going to
stop this whatever we have to do."
Hillsboro Beach Commissioner
Tom Puleri, a resident and board
director at Opal Towers has been
watching the erosion with each wave.
"If the sea wall collapses, the pool
deck collapses. It would go all the .
way to the garages, then the build-
ing," said Puleri.
But before that happens, the Hill-
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sacrificed.
"We can form a new
partnership and meet the chal-
lenges head on," Minnet said.
"We have a big job to do'
and we need to do it together.
Tihankqs for putting your trust
mn me. '
Noting that he looks for-
ward to the challenges ahead,
Dodd said, "I hope you will
be seeing a new era in Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea."
He said he looks forward
to workshops on public safety
and millage rates. He said
public comments will be open
to all, and there will be no
backroom deals.
Clottey promised that ev-
eryone will be treated respect-
fully and fairly by the new
commission. "We work only
for -you," she said.


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doesn't think the town should
spend $3.5 million for them,
suggesting instead floating a
special assessment bond.
He agreed with Clark that
water lines should be sold to
Fort Laud~erdale and asked that
building height limits be left
alone. "I hope you will lower
the millage rate again and
eliminate the fir-e fee," Parker
said.
"The greatest failure of
mny administration was not
being able to bring the entire
town together," Parker said. "I
want the town to heal. I hope
the commission will work
to create one town. Nothing
would please me greater than
to see a hgrmonious working
commission and town," he
said.
Parker said in four terms
as mayor he had done the best
he knew how to do.
The commission meets for
an organizational session at 5
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, and at
7 p.mn. for the next commis-
sion meeting.


Sightings
A local calendar of events
on the east coast of Broward
County

AUDITION NOTICE
Sol Children Theatre
Troupe will hold auditions
for Thze Little Red Riding
Hood, Feb. 26 and 27 at 3333
N. Fed. Hwy., Boca Raton.
Call 561-447-8 829.
FASHION SHOWS
St. Henry's CCW, 1500
S. Andrews Ave., Pompano
Beach, will host a fashion
show and luncheon, Feb. 23
entitled "Presidential Affair."
Cocktails 11l a.m., lunch and
show at noon. Tickets $35.
Call 954-785-2450.
St. Gabriel Council of
Catholic Women present
"Hawaiian Holiday Fashion
Show," Feb. 23 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Fort Lauderdale Mar-
riott, 6650 N. Andrews Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale. Admission
is $35. Call 954-782-3787.
CHAMBER EVENTS
Tuesday Feb.19 Light-
house Point Chamber to host
a social at the Merle Norman
Day Spa, 1809 NE 24 St.,
Lighthouse Point. 6 to 7:30
p.m. 954-946-8200.
OUTDOORS
Broward Sierra Club
meets March 5 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Anne Kolb Nature
Center. The event is free.
Diana Guidry of NatureScape
Broward will discuss native
landscaping. 954-946-7359.


During her campaign she
said she stressed the impor-
tance of working hard to blend
the neighborhoods into one
community.
Clottey said she will place
an.item on the next agenda re-
garding the annexation agree-
ment. "Since the north was
entitled to use all the excess
funds it generates for capital
improvements, we need to
Know what that amount is,"
she said.
"If the cost of capital im-
provements were much larger
than revenues, it's only fair
that the town allocate funds
to the south part of town until
parity is reached," she said.
Prior to the swearing-in of
new officials, outgoing mayor
Oliver Parker presented sev-
eral proclamations. The first
went to the Rev. John Handra-
han of Assumption Catholic
Church, who retired as town
chaplain. He was named town


chaplain emeritus.
Parker also presented
proclamations to outgoing
Commissioner Chuck Clark,
naming him a commissioner
emeritus and to outgoing Vice
Mayor John Yanni, naming
him vice mayor emeritus.
Yanni presented a proclama-
tion to Par-ker namling him
mayor emeritus.
Clark urged the new comn-
mission to find a way to finish
the Palm Club sewers and to
try to sell water lines to Fort
Lauderdale.
Yanni said he hoped
the new commission would
continue to improve on what .
had been star-ted and keep the
promises made.
Parker said he didn't
'achieve his dream of mak-
ing Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
the prettiest small town in
America.
"We are a gem, a pretty .
town, but we can be a prettier
town," he said.
He said the Palm Club
needs to have sewers, but he


Continured onl page 4





Beach
Continued frorn page 1
sboro Beach commission is
ready to start a new process to
.keep the beach in place.
Designed in Denmark,
the process is called the PEM
system, or pressure equalizing
modules. The system has
been used at sites around the
world, including Africa, Eu-
rope, and Malaysia. EcoShore
International of Boca Raton,
is the licensee of PEM in the
United States. According to
Kenneth Christensen, presi-
dent of EcoShore, the com-
pany is focused on Florida,
California, New York, and
New Jersey and plans eventu-
al expansion into other states.
The PEM system starts
from the principle that a wet
beach is an eroding beach.
When a beach is retaining wa-
ter, an incoming wave cannot
deposit its sand load because
it can't sink into the~beach.
The wave retains its load of
sand as it withdraws and car-
ries more from the beach with
it because the particles don't
stick together.
If the beach is drier, the
swash infiltrates the sand and
slows down, and deposition is
increased.
The system consists of
2.5" wide tubes placed verti-
cally into the beach in a grid
patte's type of project has
been very successful in Den-
mark, but this is the first time
it has ever been done in this
country," said Puleri.
It took two years, but this
week, the city received its
permit to begin the work.
"If sand from the nearby
dunes is compatible, that
would be the most affordable
ad lwes cs anr, M el

Stephen. "The major cost of
the truck hauled project is the

csHo evser bnging sand
in isnot the solution to the

vaniv gog tli make
the sand stay," said Puleri.
That's where the PEM comes
in. The 6 foot long cylinders
will be pounded into the sand
vertically at least three feet
below the surface in a 33 by
160-foot grid. They would be
placed at the dune then go 33
feet seaward and then another
one 33 feet beyond that," said
Stephen.
According to Stephen of
Coastal Engineering Con-
sultants, Inc. once the beach
re-nourishment project iS
completed it should shOW
results within six months.
The PEM system and the sand
will be installed at the north-
ern border of Hillsboro Beach
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down below the surface, out
of the every day weather and
storm. action. They could
last a long time," said Ste-
phen. "This has been called
an experimental project, but
certainly if this works, there
will be interests in other loca-
trons."


At press time, Stephen
confirmed that the permit had
been issued, but work had to
be completed before Marchl,
the beginning of the turtle
hatching season.
On Sept. 7 the commis-
sion sought to cancel its beach
restoration contract with Eco
Shores Int.
"At that point the com-
mission was questioning the
contract because of the cost,"
Carmen McGarry said. "It has
since been re-negotiated and is
a little less."
The current beach re-
nourishment project with Eco
Shore Int. will cost $150,000
for the lease of one mile of
PEM system.
"The town has the op-
portunity, if they so choose, to
purchase the PEM system for


$1.4 million," Stephen said.
Hillsboro Beach would
also have to pay a small annual
service fee to Eco Shore Int.
This service fee would cover
any damage to the system."
"[The cylinders] are made
from a weather resistant, high
density material and they're


there.
Sand would normally
drift south, but that is not hap-
pening in Hillsboro Beach.
"At the town to the north
of Hillsboro Beach there are
some structures or rocks that
contribute to the problem,"
said Stephen. "It can influ-
ence the sand from going
south."
"The engineer for the
project was :handed informa-
tion that apparently there
were no turtle nests recorded
last year at the location where-
they plan to do the truck haul
because there was not much
of a beach to lay eggs on,"
said Stephen. "Hopefully
the permit agencies will take
that into consideration and
allow the sand to be placed as
quickly as possible."


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CRA director
Continuedenfiaontpage 1
tor for two CRAs: one in the
west, a redevelopment project
that is more than 20 years old
and the East CRA, a more
recent project in its sixth year.
"I am very happy that
we have been able to attract
an experienced planner like
Robert Franke for Pompano
Beach," Chadwell said. "It is
going to be extremely benefi-
cial that he has had Florida
CRA experience."
Franke's position marks
the first time the city has had
an independent CRA director.
S"Every position has it
own challenges," Franke said.
"Havingo worked with local
governments for several years,
I am aware that sometimes
things will take a little longer
than when you are working
with the private sector."
Prior to Franke's hiring,
Pompano Beach city manag-
ers, including Chadwell, acted
as CRA directors. The mem-
bers of the city commission


Robert Fr~anke will assume his position
as Pomlpanlo Beach CRA director- on
March 3.

heading his own company,
Franke served as the project
manager for the RMPK Group
in Sarasota.
Locally educated, Franke
received a masters degree in
Urban and Regional Planning
from Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity in Boca Raton after
receiving a bachelor of arts
degree in geography from the
same school.
His accomplishments
include numerous state and
national planning awards,
nine redevelopment plans,
ten zoning overlays, as well
as authoring numerous land
development amendments,
visioning workshops, enabling
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Robert Franke & Associates
two years ago.
Franke relocated from
New Jersey to pursue his edu-
cation and professional career,
He said that it is not sur-
prising that the development
of public property is spurring
the movement of the East
CRA.
"The public area develop-
ment will always act as the
stimulus and the catalyst for
the private development that
will follow," Franke said.
"This is an appointment
that was long overdue," said
East CRA Advisory Board
Chairman Jack Rogerson. "I
don't know Mr. Franke that
well but we have had some
conversations. He appears to
have a quality background. I
look forward to the opportu-
nity of working with him. This
is a great thing for the city."
Franke said that despite
the recent economic down-
turn, it will not deter the city's
plans. "Recessions do not stop
redevelopment. But obviously
things will move forward
faster in better economic
times," he said.
Franke's salary from the
ciywill be $107,000 annu-




Sightings
Continued from page 2

March 15 6th Annual
Run Like A Burnny SK Event
Pompano Beach on A1A.
Children and adult walks/run.
Call 954-771-1060. Registra-
tion forms [$20] are available
at the Enuna Lou Olson Civic
Center. Call 954786-4111.
Tradewinds Park in Co-
conut Creek will host a series
of hayrides for all ages, from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday,
Feb. 22. Campfire sing-along,
s'mores and a hayride are
included. Cost is $3, Call
954-968-3880.
YARD SALES
March St. Stephen
Lutheran Church of Pompa-
no will be holdng-this year's
huge indoor/outdoor yard
sale on Sat. March 1st, from
8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Loca-
rin 150 wNE& 14St. betw en

goods, $1 hot dogs and free
coffee. All sales will benefit
the church's plan to buy a
generator.
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SThe public area development will always
act as the stimulus and~ the catalyst for the
private development~that will follow,"
Franke


serve as the CRA board.
Mayor Lamar Fisher was
excited about the appoint-

Fisher said, "I am looking
forward to working with him
on both of our CRA projects."
The city commission
approved funding a CRA
director to assist the board in
implementation of the CRA
districts.
The East CRA with 158
acres has a $1.6 million op-
eration budget and the North-
west CRA with 31,000 acres
has a $7.5 million budget.
Fra~nke brings more than
two decades of experience in
redevelopment planning to the
position.
He currently had been
serving as president of his
own Fort Lauderdale-based
planning and consulting busi-
ness.
His previous experience
includes serving as CRA
director in Fort Pierce as
well as community develop-
ment administrator for Martin
County.
Most recently, prior to


studies.
"I think its wonderful
that we finally have a director
for the CRA," said Commis-
sioner Kay McGinn. "We
have waited a long time for
this appointment and hope-
fully it will give us a boost in
advancing our CRA plans.".
He will assume the posi-
tion with background knowl-
edge of the city's problems in
getting the East CRA project
the necessary county approv-
als to move forward.
"The process for the East
CRA at the county level has
not been pleasant," Franke
said. "With the assistance of
the Urban Land Institute, we
have a chance right now to
fine tune the plan before the
next submission."
Franke has been a South
Florida resident for more
than 25 years, residing in the
West Palm Beach area before
moving to Fort Lauderdale
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and students at Dave Thomas Educa-
tion Center, 180 SW Second Street.
"For 11 years, Bernie has been in my
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With his help, most of them pass and
get their diploma."
One of his students, Chnistina
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tutoring me in math smece October. I
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in March, and with Bernie's help I'll
pass. I've already passed the other
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What does she hope to do once
she has passed her test? "' I hope to be
a teacher's assistant," she says. "I try
to approach my future one goal at a
time.
Bernie has a very special style.
He explains, "Even though we are
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relate them to everyday life.
Grocery shopping has been a great
way for me to connect the student with
an experience that illustrates the math
problem."
Asked what is motivating these
students, Bernie says, "Most of our
GED students are often returning to
school after dropping out. One young
man told me he was tired of raking
leaves. He wanted to get a better job.
He needed the diploma to do so."
Although math is Bernie's forte,
one of his most memorable experi-


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Center. One of their current students, Christina Cone (left) says, "He's awesome. With his help I'll
pass the math section of the GED test in March and receive my diploma."


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Friday, February 15, 2008


Making a Difference

For 11 years, volunteer tutor, Bernie Robbins

has been hel ing students pass their GED test


Phyllis J.
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your suensesons
about people
you know who
are making a
difference. Call
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ences in tutoring dealt with teaching
a grown man with a family and a suc-
cessful business to read. He smiled as
he recalled the experience. "I asked
him how he could run a business with-
out knowing how to read. My student
laughed and said, 'You have no idea
how many ways I used to cover my
inability to read.' When I asked why
he was motivated now to really learn
and stop bluffing, he said, 'I have little
children who ask mne to read stories to
then and I want to do it.' He suc-
ceeded and was very pleased."
Bernie loves what he does. He
says, "Tutoring these people keeps
mny own mind active. I'm 89, and it's
very easy at my age to start forgetting.
I personally write everything down.
Working with Merle and her students
is as good for me as it is for them. It
keeps me on the ball and very aware."
A retired CPA or Certified Public
Accountant, Bernie was in the textile
business in Manhattan. "My wife,
now deceased, and I bought a place
in Palm Aire and eventually moved
here full time," he says. "A friend
suggested I might enjoy being a tutor
at Dave Thomas. When I told him I
had no training for tutoring students,


he told me that as long as I knew more
than my students, I'd be all right. He
was right. Tutoring is a mental chal-
lenge that's good for me. I also play
bridge four times a week and golf two
or three times. I'm a poor golfer, but I
love the game."
Bernie serves on the board of the
Pompano Beach Men's Golf Associa-
tion, and is in charge of publicity.
He has three children, five grand-
children and one great grandchild, all
scattered around the country. "I keep
in touch with them through the com-
puter. When I was in the textile busi-
ness the computer was only used in a
litlited way but now it's vital. In fact
the computer totally revolutionized the
business world which has changed so
much since I was in it. There are no
major textile mills left manufacturing
in the U.S. Other than a few who deal
in custom fabrics."
Bernie encourages people with
time on their hands to help in the
schools, just as he is doing. He re-
minds them that "the rewards for you
are greater than the time you give."
Thank you Bernie Robbins for
helping so many students earn their
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The Hillsboro Lighthouse Pre-
servation Society will host its annual
membership meeting and dinner Feb.
29 at Gallupi's Restaurant, 1103 N.
Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, from
6 to 9 p.m.
The event includes hors
d'oeuvres, cash bar, buffet dinner,
door prizes and a raffle. Nautical
art work, prints, paintings, books
and photographs will be on display.
There will be several items at the
silent auction. Proceeds help fund the
Sociey's work of continuing maintain
the Hillsboro Lighthouse and keeping
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Pompano Beach Parks and Recre-
ation Department will offer dog obe
dience classes at North Broward Park,
4400 NE.18 Ave., Pompano Beach.
Classes begin Wednesday, Feb.
27, and will be held every Wednesday
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. through April
9. Registration is ongoing.
Join instructor Sue Blood for a
six-week program that teaches dog
owners how to train and interact with
their dog.
Wear comfortable shoes and
provide your dog with a 6-foot non
retractable leash. Dogs must have
current shot records and can be as
young as four months old. Please
arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of
the first class.
Cost $80 for residents and $85 for
non-residents. Space is limited, Call
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Ask the Candidates

On March 11, Pompano Beach voters will vote for new commissioners in
Districts I and 3. District 5 candidate, George Brummer is unopposed. Voters
who want to save water in South Florida may read the answers from all candi-
dates r-egarding their- position on how this program can be facilitated.



Q: How can the city assist

homeowners in connecting to the

OASI reuse water program?


A: Gran ts and education


Opinions and Editorials


Friday, February 15, 2008


6 The Pelican


Preventer, mandated by the state, and
the actua~l hook upn to the irrigation
system itself, is the major expense.
The city feels obligated to work
towards providing a program that will
make substantial grants available to
residents. The South Florida Water
Management District has already
given grants to a condo in Pompano
Beach. Single family homes should
be included in that program.
The city could eliminate permit
fees.
There are many positive reasons
to find a way to hook up to the reuse-
water system. A yearly savings to
residents hooked up could be consid-
erable and a financial benefit to the
homeowner. Beautifully landscaped
neighborhood properties would in-
crease the values of homes.
The removal of waste water from
the ocean outfall pipe by treating
eight million gallons a day to irrigate
lawns would have a very positive
effect in help preventing ocean pollu-
tron.
Using reuse water would help
solve the serious problem of salt
water intrusion into our potable water
ivells on the East side.
Using reuse water will pay for
itself financially andl ecolnoically.
Education of the public to this reality
is of prime importance to make the
program successful.


District 1

Kay McGilnn
is seeking her
6th term as
cty commis-


By Kay McGinn
Pompano Beach anticipated the
shortage of potable water 20 ago, when
the city built its waste-wiater recycling*
program to provide ir-rigation water for
the parks anid golf course on Federal
Highway.
Eight year-s ago, the city increased
the plant's capacity from 2 to 8 nul-
lion gallons of reuse water a day and
planned a system to introduce reuse
water into Harbor- Village and other
nleighborhoods. The city is looking
for ways to provide financial help to
residents that find hooking up at a cost
of approximately $1.500 to $;2,500 per
home, too m7uch.
That Irsistance to hooking up to
the system means less potable water
for all! So it behooves the city to find
ways to provide assistance to those that
cannot afford it.
The meter costs forl hook up has
been lowered by the city from $749 to
$225. and payment cain be spread over
a 12-month period.
The installation of a Back flow


A: reduce costs, negotiate group rates


By Barry Dockswell

Pompano Beach is a leader in the
development of supply and distribu-
tion of reclaimed water for irrigation.
Unfortunately, the city has not been
so adept at making it attractive for
residents to hook up to the reclaimed
water distribution system.
Although reclaimed water costs
less to use than potable water, the
initial hook up costs are so high that
homeowners are looking at years of
using reclaimed water before they
break even.
It is imperative that the city com-
mission work with the city manager
and staff to make it a no-br-ainer for
the homeowner to hook up and use
reclaimed water. Here ar-e some pos-
sibilities:
The city could reduce the hook
uIp costs by reducing/ str~eamlmmig the
permitting pr-ocess.
It could also help in negotiating
group rates with approved plumbers
for hook up.


District 1


Dcswell is
running for
District I as a
challenger to
Kay Mccinn.


The city could further sweeten
the deal by offering reclaimed water
free or nearly free for a period of time
(say, two years) to help reimburse the
homeowner's hook-up fees.
In addition, instead of forcing
the homeowner to hire an expensive
plumber to do the relatively simple an-
nual backflow prevention inspection,
the city could provide the ser-vice unl-
der the monthly reclaimed water fee.
The city must put together a pack-
age of ideas like this to get residents
using the reclaimed water infrastruc-
ture in which we have already invest-
ed so heavily.


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Saving water when it's possible to

do so in Pompano Beach should be

OH 1 8 YOnt burner

Pompano Beach residents are now in line for using reuse water for- lawn
irrigation. A few neighborhoods have already been supplied with pipes from the
city's reuse plant. This pulls waste water from the county pipe before that water
is discarded into the ocean.
Pompano Beach is leading the way to the day when not one drop of water is
wasted. Reuse water, not for drinking purposes, trickles through the ground and
returns to the aquifer.
Water, the most essential fuel for all animal and plant life, is renewable. It's
been here for millions of years recycling itself through evaporation and rain,
Pompano Beach officials initiated the idea of reusing water more than 20
years ago by building the reuse water plant located on the northeast corner of
the air park land just south of Lowe's on Federal Highway-
But the idea has not' yet taken off with residents, some of whom are balking
at the idea of spending between $400 and $1,200 to hook up to the pipes where
the reuse water is already available.
Here are costs associated with adding new plumbing for lawn irrigation
with reuse water.
Fixed costs include a permit of $56 for plumbing which is a $50 minimum
fee or 2.6 percent of the plumbing estimate plus a $5 certificate fee and tax.
$225 for the water meter which will be separate from the drinking water meter,
This bill may be spread out over 12 months o'n the customer's water bill. $25 for
a backflow permit fee. Annual backflow inspections are $100.
Variable costs include re-plumbing irrigation systems that could range from
$500 to $1,500.
Why is a backflow required? The backflow protects the water system from
possible backflow from a home.
What are the benefits? Homeowners can irrigate without restrictions during
a drought. By reusing water, more drinking water becomes availbale. There
are no sewer charges on reuse water. In 2010, Pompano Beach must reduce its
withdrawals from the Biscayne aquifer by 2 million gallons a day. By not using
drinking water for irrigation, residents save millions of gallons of water that
would otherwise be used for drinking water.
If the forbidding price of the connection fees are stopping homeowners
from taking advantage of this reusable water, the commission should take this
issue upon themselves to solve.
Millions of dollars have already been spent to build, install, maintain and
ex and this water reuse plant
Hooking up must become a manageable option for residents. If grants can
not be found, the city should consider stretching out payments through water
bills at no interest fee for these residents.
It is bad enough that the money spent for reuse water system! has few takers
for it, but it is even worse that millions of gallons of water- that could be saved
for home irrigation is still pouring into the ocean.
Let's hook up and save water in Pomnpano Beach.








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Vote on March 11 for your local conunissioner.


A: City financing

District 3 that method, the us rs of the

their hook up but without the
Rex Hardin tremendous up front cost that
no r-lc is currently required.
tio t 3. ctdon'tt tl ctehinkt e
A dents to use the system. Most
of our residents realize the
By Rx Hadinbenefits of the reuse system.
By ex Harinycmiso We, as a city, simply need to
diretedstaf tolookat his make the initial hook up a
dircte saffto oo atthi Iore manageable expense for
exact problem. u oewes
The city needs to find
a way to reduce the upfront ai soe t mn
cost to the resident for hook- ep truht e iy
can tell you that there is no
ing p t th reue wter lack of desire for the reuse
system. One method would
be fr te ciy t finncethe water system. People all the
costs involved with the hook WYa h otenbre
of our city would love the
up over one or two years opotnytouehelsex
time and have the residents potny u h ls x
pay the cost back as they pay esv ue ar o hi
their reuse water bill. With irrigation needs.

More answer from Daniel Horak, District 3, and
Commissioner George Brummer, District 5 on page 9


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Friday February 15 2 8


A: Drop fees and availability charges


over 3,<0 raln )e lday.

of drinking water per month,
Multifamily properties along
NE 14th Street have the
tecl me al endy nvailateliro
never touches the water, only
the coils it runs through.
The current city figSures
of 42 established connections
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mup msa it gs of $225 and the
Once the customer is
connectted to the system, the
city should drop the monthly
availlab lityncl arges, whic t>

the customer of $94.08. This
fee alone would greatly offset
the cost of their annual back-
flow tests required by hooking
up to the OASIS system. At
the present, the break even
point of having this system in-
stalled is 18-24 months. With
a down econ~omIy, the burden
of hooking up this system
should be shared.
To assist condo custom-
ers, I propose the use of re.
claimed water for the massive
air cooling towers that supply
these buildings. Some of
these cooling towers use well


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Travis wil-

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Tickets are $25 and $10 for students.
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of Commerce Gala set for Saturday,
March 29 at the Deerfield Beach
Hilton. The black-tie event will mark
Becker's 10th year as the chamber's
executive director and mecludes a
reception with gourmet appetizers and
drinks, entertainment and music by
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Question to Pompano Beach candidates: How can the city assist

homeowners in connecting to the OASIS reuse water program?


Continuerd fr~om page 6

District 3
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water, and several misconcep-
tions. The municipalities in
which such a reused water
system was successful shared
a few characteristics: first, the
public was informned about the
issue; second, health studies
were conducted in (Monterey,
CA), dealing with reused wa-
ter for irrigation (These stud-
ies lasting 5 years showed that
nlo pathogens were found on
agricultural products and the
food was safe to eat); Finally'
public officials spearheaded
the project by volunteering to
be a part of it '
I believe that we can
conserve potable water while
keeping our lawns green and
I believe that the city can
entice residents to accept a
non-potable water system as a
second water line. All water is
recycled water. Even the pur
est drop from the crisp streams
of the Rocky Mounltains may
have been used in a bucket
of mop water at some time in
the past. We must remember
this when trying to entice
the public to accept reused
water. If the city government
informs the public as to the
reasons we need to do it, the
benefits that come from it, and
at what cost, I believe that a
second water line for reused
water will become a common
sight in our neighborhoods. I
would surely participate.


budget by the reduction in
property tax revenues forced
rHrst by legislation enacted
by the state government last
Junle andc now more so by the
approval on Jan. 29 of the
amendment to the state consti-
tution, the full extent of which
has yet to be determined, any
such abatement is financially
impractical and hence un-
likely.
The only viable pos-
sibility might be to allow a
Iromeowner to spread the cost
though two or three payments
over a three or six-month
period, provided the city's


billing software can handle
such arrangements.
People must realize that
local government can't print
money, so if revenues are
reduced, expenditures must
be reduced, too. Moreover,
water costs money, and the
cost of hooking up to the
reuse system is an investment
that will ultimately provide a
good return since reuse water
is considerably less expensive
than potable water. Using
reuse water is also a matter of
conscience, simply because it
is the right thing to do envi-
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By George Brummer
Requ~ests for assistance
have usually been in the forna
of the city waiving all or a
significant portion of its fees.
Considering the pres-
sures imposed on the city's


We need to do what is
necessary to provide residents
with sufficient potable water
without resorting to import-
ing water, as many parched
municipalities do. After all,
we are in the tropics, so this
would be somewhat embar-
rassing.
It is the responsibility of
the residents to realize the sit-
uation we are in and do their
part in requesting that their
government take action. I
am proud of Pompano Beach
for already using reclaimed
water for irrigation on some
city properties. While the
city government should not
have the power to mandate
residents to connect to the
new system, it does have the
responsibility of informing us
about the reasons we need it,
the benefits of participating,
addressing public concerns
against such a system and de-
scribing a plan of action that
would include costs of mak-
ing a transition to the new
reused water system. The
key itshed cat on Th pt ic

acceptance of such a system
will be through education.
Most reasons for potable
water conservation are self
evident. The more we drain
our aquifers, the more prone
they are to saltwater intru-
sion; Reused water would
not be subject to water
restrictions during periods of
drought; There would be no
sewer charges for reused wa-
ter; And, the less demand
for potable water would drive
its prices lower.
A reused water system
proposal will suffer a pub-
lic rejection unless the city
fulfills its responsibility to
inform the public and ad-
dress any remaining con-
cerns the public may have.
Much research has been
conducted on public feeling
about reused water for use in
place of potable water. Such
research tends to suggest that
the closer to human contact
the reused water comes, the
greater the public rejection.
Some reasons that reuse proj-
ects have failed in the past
are distrust of the govern-
ment, an uneducated public
regarding the issue of reused


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PELICAN STAFF

If there's any question of
whether local clergy and local
elected officials are truly serv-
ing their communities, that
question will be answered on
March 5 when the two groups
come together to serve.
They will be wearing
aprons and taking orders
as they serve tables for the
First Annual Mayor's Prayer
Breakfast in Pompano Beach
at the E. Pat Larkins Center-
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"Absolutely," says Fisher.
"I want to see our city with
such diversity come together
in unity. I think this can
educate and br-ing tolerance
to each and every onae of our
beliefs."
-The breakfast will a~lso
honor the Centennial of
Pomnpano Beach which was
incorporated in 1906. Former
mayors of the city along with
neighboring mayors will also
attend.
Fisher will emcee the
breakfast, and several clergy
members in the community
will assist in the serving and in
the program.
Entertainment will be
presented by area.choirs.


United Way.
The new playgrounds
afford children an opportunity
to spend time outdoors in a
fun and safe environment. The
playground built for tLhe pedi-
atric-skilled nursing facility is
wheelchair accessible, com-
plete with a wheelchair swing.
"Our residents can play out-
side on their own playground
for the first time. This has
been a gift to our children that
we will forever be grateful
for," said CompCare Adminis-
trator Cindy Palermo.
Broward Children's Cen-
ter is a Pompano Beach-based
nonprofit that serves more
than 1,000 children and fami-
lies with special needs each
year. The Center's services
include sub-acute residential
care, respite services, so-
cial services, special needs
preschools, primary care and
group homes for those with
disabilities.


Fisher
The breakfast begins
at 7:30 a.m. at the E. Pat
Larkins Center, 520 Martin
Luther King Blvd., Pompano
Beach.
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and the public to join Mayor
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PELICAN STAFF

While Pompano Beach
was the only city in Broward
County to keep its March 11
local election date, city com-
missioners have been consider-
ing changing the date in the
failure to November tt coincide

The change could save
taxpayers up to $100,000 in
election expenses and possibly
attract more voters, but the
idea was shelved after compli
cations were discovered.
City Attorney Gordon
Linn explained that state law
anlow mnun itpal el actions in
held in even numbered years.

County l1n, icudrnown idgh-
boring Coconut Creek, have
m ovePmpaneomBb cha wre to
make the date change, it would
require changing the city's
policy of staggered terms for
commissioners.
It would also mean chang-
ing the term for the mayor,
which currently stands at three

yaIn most of the cities that
have changed to November,
commissioners now serve
four-year-terms. To make the
changes, voters in each city
would have to approve chang-
es in the city charter.
"This very much compli-
cates the issue," Commissioner
Rex Hardin said. "The fact
that it would save money is a
positive factor and the fact that
more people would likely to
gt involved seems like a great

Commissioner George
Brummer said both factors
would have him voting against
any change. "There have to
be times when money isn't
the overriding issue," Brum-
mer said. "This is one of those
times. Our local races would
get' lost in general elections
where federal, state and county
elections are involved. Be-
sides, I am not sure I would
like to see us liave four-year
terms.
In other business, the com-
rmssion:
Approved the appoint-
ment of Anthony B. Cusanelli
to the Golf Advisory Board,
Ray Lubomski to the Archi-
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Soroptimists
seek
nominations
to honor
women in the

community
The Soroptimist Inter-
national of Pompano Beach
seeks to honor a Woman Mak-
ing a Difference with a Cen-
tennial Award on March 26
at Galuppi's from 5:30 until 7
p.m. with awards at 6:30.
The club is asking for
nominations from across the
community with a deadline of
March 1.
Contact Judy Knoebel,
email: judyknloebel@att.net
or phone 954-946-0628 for an
application.

Tiger Trial
Festival set for
Feb. 23
Come hungry and clear the
day for the Feb. 23 Tiger Trail
Festival on Martin Luther
King Boulevard.
The annual event takes
place from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
featuring food vendors, arts &
craft, and music.
A parade to highlight the
event starts at Blanche Ely
High School and will cross
Dixie Highway on 10 Avenue.
Six local bands will march
into the Festival.
Vendors can still get into
this event by calling 954-
973-3038.

Gospel fest at
Amphitheatre
Tiger Trail and the Cen-
.tennial Committee will pres-
ent a Gospel Concert at the
Pompano Beach Amphithe-
atre, 1806 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach. Several local churches
will participate. Call 954-786-
4111 for tickets. Tickets are
$25.


pELICAN STAFF
This month, Broward
County Commissioner Kristin
Jacobs and Pompano Beach
Mayor Lamar Fisher hosted
a campaign party for Gwyn
Clark-Reed, a candidate
for the Florida House of
Representatives, District 92.
Clark-Reed is a former
Deerfield Beach commissioner
and former president of the
Broward League of Cities.
"I making this move to
Tallahassee because I have
the experience to bring to the
district what is needed," said
Clark'
She emphasizes that the
county needs sensible and
reasonable taxation, a solution
to water issues, an emphasis
Continued on page 15


Shane Le Mar performed
with Island music for the
guests. [Rigoht Top] Larry
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vin Scharf [Right] Werner
Lutz, GwynI Clark-Reed,
Brian Bowdish and Early
Johnson.


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By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF

A preliminary blueprint for
the future look of Pompano
Beach's Barrier Island was
unveiled Saturday morning
to more than 250 people at
the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center.
Bermello Ajamil & Part-
ners, the Miami-Based plan-
ners hired byd the Pompano
Beach CRA, made its presen-
tation.
East CRA Advisory Board
Chairman Jack Rogerson
called the presentation "excel-
lent" and felt this was the be-
ginning of a real "consensus."
Alfredo Sanchez of Berm-
ello Ajamil outlined the proj-
ect that proposes revitalization
of the public waterfront area
by improving access while '
providing an attractive pedes-
trian environment.
The project also included
generating a master plan for
the redevelopment of the ex-
isting city owned parking lots.
The presentation, subse-
quent questions and comm-
ments,, were concentrated on
four areas: The location of the
new fire station, the Atlantic


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The first was a proposal by
the planner to put a bend in
Pompano Beach Boulevard in
the area near the pier.
The bend would act as
traffic calming measure, and it
would allow for greater park-
like features at the entrance to
the pier.
The plan also includes a $6
million parking garage to hold
800 cars.
Some residents who live on
the beach wanted the garage
as far away from the beach as
possible.


But others wanted it as
close to the beach area as
possible.
Discussion also touched
on placing the beach library
and a civic center on top of
the garage, an urban idea
already used in Miami.
Sanchez said it would be
possible to construct a struc-
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Beach, but that it was a very
expensive item due to the dif-
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response you get. If you both
did everything together, this
may have been part of the
problem and more than likely
you will need to have more
space and separateness if the
friendship is to be healthier.
Some people come into


such friendships come to a
place of completion. Others
are enduring through ups and
downs and last a life-time.
Whether a friendship ends or
lasts, it is important to take
the lessons learned to enrich
your life and grow.
I commend you for your
courage and humility and
remind you that regardless
of what happens with your
frien you are responsive
for your own happiness and
deepening a friendship with
ymirselflis the most important


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Friday, February 15, 2008


District 92 includes
Deerfield Beach and parts of
Pompano Beach, Oakland
Park, Wilton Manors, Fort
Lauderdale and Tamarac.
The state-wide election
takes place on Aug. 26.


Reed Clark

reception
Coninuilled fr-om page 12
on education and a resolution
to equality issues.


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WOrkshop
Conrinrued fromi~ page 13
dents who live on the island
wanted more green space and
park features.
"To me it was a very suc-
cessful and thought provokingo
session," said District 1 Com-
missioner Kay McGinn.
Keith Chadwell, Pompano
Beach city manager called
the meeting, "Extraordinary.
To see thle many diverse vieW
points come out~ of a single
session was exhilarating. Pub-
lic input is vital in assuring we
have a' plan everyone canl be
proud of .
Chadwell also told the
group the city would soon
announce an agreement with a
new operator for the Pomnpano
Pier.


John Milledge. Fr~edl P'Pool andt Johnl Moorec.


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Sightings
Continued f-rom page 9
BAKE SALE
The Doreen Gauthier-
Lighthouse Point Library
along with the Special Olym-
pics Law Enforcement Torch
Run group, will host a bake
sale to raise funds for the an-
nual Torch Run in Broward
County. The Bake Sale will
be held in the outdoor court-
yard of the library, 2200 NE
38 St., LHP, from 9:30 a.m'
to noon. Call 954-784-3423.

THEATER
The Tamarac Theatre of
Performing Arts will hold
a 9-week children's theatre
program at the Tamarac The-
ater, 7143 Pine Island Road,
Tamarac. Cost is $150. Call


By Dan Hobby
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The Rolle's, one of Pom-
pano Beach's most prominent .
pioneer families will be the
subject of the Pompano Beach
Historical Society's monthly
public program on Feb.20.
Various accounts have
Jonathan Rolle and his wife
Ehizabeth arriving in Pompano
from the Bahamas around
1908, the same year the town
was incorporated. Jonathan
and Elizabeth had eighteen
children, a number of whom
had successful careers in the
performing arts.
The most widely known of


954a 9Ball t Theatre to

perform Spring Dances rang-
ing from Balanchine to Boca
Baroque, March 29 to 30 at
the FAU University Theater.
Tickets are $30 for adults and
$25 for children. Call 561-
995-0709.


Mardi Gras Celebration
presented by the Hot Jazz &
Alligator Gumbo Society,
Sunday, Feb. 24, 1:00 pm, at
Pompano Elks Club, 700 NE
10th St., featuring Riverside
Dixieland Jazz Band, $10.
954-563-5390 or 561-394-
0269


Continued on page 19


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the Rolle ,
children -
was Es-
ther, who
starred on
the stage,
in the -
movies :j
and on
television.
She achieved fa~me for her
portrayal of Florida in comedy
GoodI Times. Two of Esther's
sisters, Estelle and Roseanna,
also were actresses in movies
and television.
The Rolle's were leaders
in the civic and spiritual life
of Pompano's black com-


munity, and continue to play
an influential role in today's
Pompano Beach.
Kenneth Rolle a third-gen-
eration resident, and Esther
Rolle's nephew, will speak on
the achievements of the Rolle
family and its place in Pom-
pano Beach history.
The program will begin a
7 p.m. at the Dick & Miriam
Hood Center, 217 NE 4th
Avenue, Pompano Beach. The
program is free to the pub-
lic and refreshments will be
served following the presenta-
tion,
For additional information
call 954 782-3015. -


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local preschool


"This event
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year after partici-
pants at the PTA
meetings real-
f) ized that several
.parents were also
restaurant owners"
said Missy Kitts,
one of the organiz-
ers. "It occurred
to us that this could be a gr-eat
way to generate funds for lit-
er~acy prog~rams, new comput-
ers in the classroomn and other-
activities as well as provide
good exposure for the various
restaurants.
Continuled~ on page 18


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Frida February 15 20 8


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER ~

It was barely 6 p.m.
on Saturday night and .
the line-up at the Emma {
Lou Olson Civic Center .
was long. Young and
old, couples and families
waited patiently with a
distinct air of anticipa-
tion about them. What on
earth?
Simply put, they were all
attending the second annual
Taste of Pompano food fair.
This event is designed to raise
money for activities, programs
and supplies at the City of
Pompano Beach Preschool.


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The staff from Pollo Tropicale serves up an endless supply of scrumptious chicken and ribs with tasty side orders of corn
and rice. All the: other restaurants down the line were also eager to showcase their specialties.


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3 large eggs

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Pinch black pepper
1/4 teaspoon chipotle
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3/4 cup grated Gruyere cheese
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2 egg yolks
lemon, juiced
2 shakes hot sauce
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1/2 cup unsalted butter (1 stick)
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18 The Pelican


Danny, the evening featured
a smoorgasbord of activities,
entertainment and, of course,
copious amounts of food!
Participating restaurants
included: Joe's Riverside
Grille, Cafi Max, Outback,
Spanky's Cheese Steak
Factory, Olive G~arden, La~
Bamba, Fockers Deli &e Subs,
Chez Por-ky's BBQ, Hooters,
Starbucks, Dunk'n Donuts,
Frank's Pizzerial, Califo~rnia
Pizza, Surf City Subs, Desert
Moon, Froots, Hops, Chili's,
Rotelli Pizza and Pasta,
McDonalds, Pollo Tropicale,
Cypress Nook, Umberto's and
many more!
Chris Sisto, the city's ree-
reation supervisor for special
events seemed particularly
pleased by the strong turnout.
He also had good news for
those unable to drop by on
this particular evening, I'f
people didn't get a chance to


Taste of

Pompano
Continued froml page 17
Other organizers such as
Sharon Lemay and Kerry
Hayden were hard at work
trying to process all the guests
as the occasion had quadru-
pled in size from about 150
diners last year to nearly 600
this year. In fact, at one point,
signs were posted stating that
the event was sold out-
And what exactly did the
$10 entrance fee ($5 for kids)
buy? An unlimited supply of
culinary specialties served up
by 31 area restaurants. From
juicy ribs to grilled chicken,
from tasty pasta dishes to au
jus roast beef, from sandwich-
es to desserts, everything was
available to provide a fun and
filling soirde for the whole the
family. Ably emceed by DJ


MoIre thanl 600 people attendled the
Taste of Pompano Beach.

support the cause this week,
they can always enjoy our an-
nual Spring Fling in March. It
will be held at Kester Park on
March 15 and wdll feature a
bake sale as well as hot-dogs,
liamburgers and various ac-
tivities for the whole familyy"
Sisto said. .
Again, funds will be raised
to benefit the preschool.' For


Bella the Clown gives kids a personalized face painting session.


needs. He holds an MBA and
has lived inz Thailand, Spain,
France, Mexico, Canada and
the US where he has devel-
oped a deep appreciation for
world gastronomy. He can be
reached at malcolm@alabas-
ka.comz.


more infonnation on local
11appenings, visit www.my-
pompanobeach.org.
Malcolm McClinztock is
president of Alabaska LLC, a
jirm that assists hotels, restau-
rants and individual property
owners w'ith their purchasing


mix wvell. Pour into prepared 4- by 10-
inch loaf pan. Bak~e until golde~n. about
I hour. (Tlhis is a dense bread( w\ith~out
much of a rilse.) Pour off a~ny oil that
mlay have oozed oult during baking~.
When cooledl cut into 3/4--inch sheces
;nton tos min <1 O\'I
Put egg !'olks. lemnon juice,. hot
sau1ICe and saltr in ble~nde~r and pulse:
to combine. Put buttter in microwa3ve
safe bow\l and microwavec until melted.
W~ith blender running, gradually add
melted butter in~to eggp mixture until
nux th and froth\ cf sa ce is to< thick.


Fil I;rtr skllet with winter half way I!
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to poich. KRmove~ poalched e~ggs with
slotted spoonl w\hen whlites are cooket d
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proximately 3 to 4 minutes).
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of toast anld pour generous aImount of
hollandaise ov'er it. Garnish w\ith sprig
of flalt-leaf parsley.
Serving Suggestions: Bread caln be
made the day before and toasted when
ready to assemble.


Eggs in a Nest
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Sightings
Conltinued from~n pag~e 16


HEALTH
Feb. 20 Stroke and Osteo-
porosis Screening Lauderdale
by the Sea. Residents living
in and around the Lauderdale
by the Sea community can be
screened to reduce their risk
of having a stroke. The com-
plete screenling package now
includes a nlew Heart Rhythm
screening, checking for ir-
regular heartbeat which is a
major risk factor for stroke.
Life Line Screening will
be at the Assumption Catholic
Church, 2001 S. Ocean Blvd.,
LBTS, Feb. 20, at 9 a.m.
VOLUNTEERS
Hospice of Gold Coast
is in need of volunteers for
patient care and/or administra-


on-one in elementary schools.
Call Helen Leitch at 954-746-
2055 or visit www.mhabro-
ward.org
The N.E. Focal Point Se-
nior Center needs volunteers
to help in the coffee shop in
the mornings. Call Ilean Sylk
at 9)54-480-4452.
VITAS Innovative
Hospice Care of Broward
needs volunteers for visiting
patients, making cr-afts andi
helping with administrative
work. All volunteers must
take a 2-day orientation. Call
954-777-539)6 or email anne.
warren@ vitas.com1.
SINGLES
Ballroom, Latin & Swinlg
group classes. Wednesday, 7
to 8 p.m. and Thursdays 7 to 8
p.m. and 8 to 9) p.m. at Show-
time Dance and Performing
Arts Theatre, 503 S.E. Mizner
Blvd. Suite 73, Boca Raton.
Continued onr page 20


Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher, School Board Member Ben
Williams and former Deerfield Beach Commissioner Gwyn Clark
Reid shared laughs and memories at the TIger Trail gala held this
month at the Westin Hotel.


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Friday February 15, 2008


tive jobs. Volunteers will be
trained to become a part of
the Hospice team. Call 954-
788-5058.
The Alzheimer's Center
of Broward County needs
volunteers as in-home com-
panions for persons with
memory disorders. Call 954-
971-7155.
The Broward Outreach
Center needs volunteers from
the Pomnpano Beach commuL-
nity to tutor and menrtor the
homeless. Call 954-9$79-6365.
The Guardian Ad Litem
program offers volunteers po-
sitions to work with children
who were abused or involved
inl court proceedings. Call
954-831-6477. The Listen to
Children Program spon-
sored by the Mental Health
Association of Broward
County needs caring adults
to meet with children one-


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cool on wire rack.
In medium bowl beat eggs. add sailt
and pepper to taste with water or sourr
cream. Melt I tablespoon butter in
-medilum skillet and add eggs. Sprinkle
ham over eggs. Scramble eggs to
desired doneness. Sprinkle in cheese
and stir until melted. Spoon~ into phyllo
baskets. Sprinkle tops w~ith a little
mlore chetse.
Servinlg Suggestions: Serve with Ta~ter
Tots.


Banana and Bacon Stuffed
French Toast

Frenc(h toalst stf!fed'r w~ith c~rispy' a~c~on,
ripe bannla and crreamy ma~(,I? ~scarpone~l.
Servinlgs: 6
Cooking Time: 15 Minutles
1(500 grams') loaf brioche
(substitute egg bread)
package maI;scarponIe
(substitute: cream cheese)
3 to 4 bananas, sliced
lengthwise (each banana
should yield 4 slices)
1poulnd Smithfietld Bacon,
cooked until crisp
6 eggs

c hay cream
1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
I teaspoon orange zest
Pinch salt

6 t Iceh oos butter
Pure maple syrup, warmed
I pint fresh berries for garnish
Powdered sugar for dusting
Slice brioche into 6 slices approximate-
ly 1 inch wide. Cut each slice almost
all the way in half leaving a "hinged"
edge. Spread thin layer of mascarpone
on inside of one side of each slice. Lay
two banana slices and cooked baconl
on mascarpone. Press brioche together.
In large bowl add eggs, milk, cream,
cinnamon,, vanilla, orange zest, salt and
pepper. Whisk to combine. Melt butter
in I;uge kilet on grie Wof ng
into egg mnixture, being caretill not to
allow baconl and banlanas to fall out.
Grill on each side until golden brownl.
Pool maple syrup on large plate and
place 1 piece stuffedl brioch~e on syrup.
Sprinkle fresh berries onl top of br~ioche
aInd dust entire2 plate with powderedt
sugar.
Ser~ving Suggecstions: Cafe au lait and
frcshl c~le~mentne juice makei this b~reak-
fast compllet.


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Sightmngs
Continued from page 19
Call 561-394-2626-

Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1
to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.
Single Gourmet holds
a gathering every week for
singles at some of the finest
restaurants in Broward Coun-
ty. They provide an upscale
climate for quality singles to
dine, meet, and mingle. Call
954-723-9608.
St. Ambrose Support
Group for the separated, di-
vorced and widowed meets on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. behind
St. Ambrose Church, 380 S.
Federal Highway, Deerfield


The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Saturday and Tuesdays at the
Post at 7 p.m. The kitchen is
open from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The public is welcome. Call
954-942-2448.
Yoga classes are held
on Saturday from 9:30 to
10:30 a.m. and Mondays
from 4 to 5 p.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.
Monday, Feb. 17
Zumba Gold Fitness
dancing to a Latin beat Mon-
days at 5:30 p.m. and Thurs-
days at 11:30 a.m. at Health
Fitness, 3304 33 St., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-566-8711.


Continued on page 21


CHIRIST CHURCH

UNITED METHODIST
SUNDA Y WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M.
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE-
210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404
www~echristchurch.org



YOur Delghborhood church


is just 7 minutes away.
Whether you are a seasoned Christian or a curious observer with
little religious background, wer invite you. Hear God speak directly
to you through His word, ofibrinlg messages of grace and guidance.
JOIN US AT 10AM ON SUNDAY

POMPANO LUTHERAN CHU~~tRCH
109 SE 10th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
9)54-942-1216 ww\~w.PocmpanoChurch.om


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Pelican To Advertise a
Your Church In This
Section Or Place Hory~u~rilons 1e~ Youth Educatlon
An Event In Our I Performed .. <8 ~ Suenda. Il)jn comm ?PIi~5;
Sightings. un.aj rO lilf ."it em
954-783-8700 / .-P~l Spiritual Awakening Class


ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal H y
I Pompono Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm* 6:00 pm
7:3S0am90 9 m10 am
12:30 pm *6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
& IrrlJ aE*SESS


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Thursday, 6:30pm
Alanon
Saturday, 10:00am -11:00am
Food Addicts Anonymous
Monday, 7:00pm
Science of Spirituaity
2nd and 4th Tuesday, 7:00pm


"Yourneghborhoodchurchi."


First Presbyterian Church
S"T'he F'ink Chulrrch" Serving Godl and the conunumnity for ovter 50 years

S2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
SOne Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
V. Sunday Worship 8:00 a.m. (Informal),
S9:30 a.m. (New Life), 11:00 a.m. (Traditional)
--Listen to sermons and music online at www.pinkpres.org

"I was a stranger and you took rne i~n..."
-Matt. 25:35
C(Celitme ff00f Sundays:
Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
to St. #770Q;E & Children's Programs 10:30 am

CEpt'SCopa[Cliurchi Adult Ed 9:30
Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p~m. Thsds:
Euchanist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat. 10-1pm Sun. 12-1pm Followed By Bible Study
1 1 11 E. Sample Rd., Pompan~o Beach, FL 7303(X4 9a54-942-5887


St. SPhilip
Episcopal Church
45 nr.11 15th st. Pompano Be~ach
954-1785-24637
Ra.~ Donrna Ha#I
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.

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Wakdv 3:00 am* 5:30 pm
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


Unitarian Universa ist Church

of FOffi "1U d erd a e
Open Open
Hearts Mlnds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services &k RE classes Sunday at 1 1:030am
3970 NW 21st Avenue,- Fort Lauderdale
(954) 484-6734 wwwuflrdoe

Sunday Service Times

B 0 PA IO IIAtH II Contemporary at 9:30 am
~ irsBap~st~ url~Traditional at 11 am
Bible Ielowship Groups

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Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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Friday, February 15, 2008


Beach. Call Al at 954-785-
5189.
Todgy
Deerfield Beach Com-
puter Club meets Fridays, 10
- 11:30 a.m. at Pompano High-
lands Recreation Center, 1650
NE 50 Court, Pompano Beach.
Cost is $1. Classes focus on
computer education and train-
ing. Call 954-725-9331.
Advanced Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 9):15
to 1 1:45 a.m. at the Pompano
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-943-1733.
"Basic Convention"
bridge lessons every Friday
from 9:30 to 1 1:30 a.m. at the
Ft. Lauderdale Bridge Club,
700 NE 6 Terr. $4 per lesson.
Call 954-761-1577.
Beginning Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6th St., Pompano Beach,


7 lessons $56 residents, $61
non-residents. Call 954-786-
4111 or 954-565-3127.
Intermediate Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 12:30
to 2:30 p.m. at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE
6 St., Pompano Beach, 7 les-
sons $56 residents, $61 non-
residents. Call 954-786-4111
or 954-565-3127.
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
Seniors are offered every
Friday fr-om 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 Skolnick 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. 16
AA meeting every Satur-
day 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.


(954) 943-3715
261 SE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach
SAtlantic Blvd. 1


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Sightings
Continued frml page 20

Improved listening and
speaking skills are addressed
at the Pompano Beach
Toastmasters Club. All are
welcome Mondays at 7 p.m.
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 Flaming
Pit Restaurant, 1150 N Fed-
eral Hwy at 6:30 p.m. Call
954-646-3999 -

Continuled on page 22


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By Norbert Izworsk'
PELICAN WRITER

It is as simple as returnI-
ing your old cell phone
to one of the retailers that
recyc e cel p ones an
other electronics. If all of
the 1 mi lion cel pones
discarded each year in the
United States were recycled,
it would save enough energy
to power more than 194,000
homes wit elctricity for a
year.
The U.S. Environmen~
tal Protection Agency, or
EPA, started the campaign
because many consumers
still do not know where


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Friday, February 15, 2008


store electronics recycling
programs throughout the
US. Also, Sony has teamed
up with Waste Management
to provide TV recycling
centers in the US. Several
are in Florida, but none are
in our metropolitan area
yet. For more information
on Plug-In to eCycling, visit
www.epa.gov/plug-in
Broward County resi-
dents can also recycle their
electronics at the North
Residential Trash Transfer
Station, 2780 Powerline
Road in Pompano Beach.
On Friday and Saturday
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., they
accept these items at no cost
with proof of county resi-
dency.

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2008


or how they can recycle
their unwanted cell phones.
Consequently fewer than 20
percent are recycled each
year.
Cell phones and acces-
sories contain valuable
resources such as precious
metals, copper, and plastics
that canl be recovered and
reused in new electronic
equipment.
This reduces greenhouse
gases, keeps heavy metals
out of landfills and incin-
erators, and saves natural
resources.
The nation's leading
cell phone makers, service
providers and retailers have
teamed up with the EPA to
answer America's call for
easy cell phone recycling.
As part of the EPA's
Plug-In to eCycling pro-


gram, partners supporting
the cell phone recycling
campaign include AT&T
Wireless, Best Buy, LG
Electronics, Motorola,
Nokia, Office Depot, Samn-
sung, Sony Ericsson, Sprint,
Staples and T-Mobile.
When you buy a new cell
phone ask the retailer to
recycle your old one along
with the batteries and char-
,oers.
In 2007, the Plug-In To
e-Cycling program was very
successful in providing con.
sumerss with more opportu-
nities to recycle electronics.
Retailers and manufacturers
have voluntarily recycled
over 47 million pounds of
electronics, mostly comput-
ers and televisions.
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ter, I101 Bayview Dr., Fort
Lauderdale, 7 lessons $45
residents, $50 non-residents.
Call 954-565-3 124.
Bingo every Tuesday
at St. Martin's Ep~iscop~al
C~hurch. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bing~o begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.
Bingo every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non-smoking rooms avail-
able. Call 954-942-244
Support Group for the
Separated, Divorced and Wid-
owed 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 Se-
nior Center, 227 NW 2nd St.,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4447.
"Play of the hand" Bridge
Lessons every Tuesday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Ft.
Lauderdale Bridge Club, 700


NE 6th Terr. $4 per lesson.
Call 954-761-1577.
Review lessons for be-
ginners and intermediate
bridge players every Tuesday
from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. at the
Ft. Lauderdale Bridge Club,
700 NE 6 Terr. Call 954-565-
3127.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Tuesday and Saturdays at the
Post at 7 p.m. The kitchen is
open from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. The public is welcome.
Call 954-942-2448.
Wednesday Feb. 20
Ballroom Dancing at
Temple Shalom, 132 NE 11
Ave., Pompano Beach. 7 p.m.
Classes are $15. per couple or
$8 per person. To sign up call
954-942-6410.
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.
Continued on page


Beach. Registration is $5 for
residents and $10 for non-
residents. Classes are $7 each.
Call Kate 954-786-4590.
Tuesday, Feb. 18
Fern Forest Nature
Center in Coconut Creek
will offer a variety of monthly
nature programs for children


of all ages. The programs may
include nature walks, crafts,
games, and stories. Nature
Tots, for ages 2 through 4
accompanied by a parent, will
be offered fr~om 10 to 1 1 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, I 103 N. Fed. Hwy.,
Pompano Beach, located at
the Pompano Beach Mu-
nicipal Golf Course. Breakfast
meetings are at 7:30 a.m. on
Tuesday.
Pompano Beach Wom-
an's Club hold card parties
from noon to 3:15 on the first
and third Tuesdays. Cost is
$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 Eng-
liSh Park Community Cen-


Sightmngs
ContinuIed from~ parge 21

Yoga classes held on
Monday from 4 to 5 p.m.
and Saturdays from 9:30
to 10:30 a.mn. at the Herb
Skolnick Center, 800 SW 36
Ave., in Palm Aire, Pompano


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Sig tings
Conrtinued fiom parge 22
The Miracles Mission and
School has ongoing classes
every Wednesday from 10a.
m.to 12,p.m. at Moose Lodge
and every Th~ursday 7-9~p.m.
at Elks Lod e. Call 954-463-
1180.
Pompano Beach Jay-
cees meet the first and thi~d
Wednesday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater- Pom1-
pano Beach Chamber of Com-
inerce. Call 9)54-788-5562.
Short Intermediate
Lesson and Social Bridge
Game every Wednesday fr-om
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the
George English Park Com-
mnunity Center, I 101 Bayview
Dr.. Ft. Lauderdale. Refresh-
mnents served. $5 residents, $6
nron-residents. Call 954-565-
3127.

a ne wrkin og nizt o,
meets each Wednesday,
except for the first Wednes-
day, of every month at 7:30


day of every month at the
Emma Lou Olson Community
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
Pompano Beach. 954-782-
0950.
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Ruston welcomes every-
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a new style. Walk-mns are
welcome, but for color and
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SUN TERRACE CONDO
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to shopping &restaunrans. Smallpets allowed.
Easy to rent. Asking $165.000. Enter
PRU4A6R2 at yalhoo.com
NOBEL POINT WATERFRONT
Exquisitely remodeled 2BR/2BA 1st. floor
spacious condo. Crown molding. new kitche~n.
diagonal tile throughout. Spacious screened
back patio to watch the boats go by your very
own dock w/ocean aIccess. Askmng $459,000.
Enter PRKU9V6Y4 at yahoo.corn

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OPEN HOUSE SUN 2-4PM l
3406 LEIGH RD
1 Block to beach. Old World 2 story 4 B1R/3.5
BA Estate. custom built in 200)5 w/warmth &
traditional eleganlce. Pootl w/raised s~pa, culston
crown miolding, loft, marble & stone
throughout. Asking $1.595.1000.


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EMPLOYMENT

HELP WANTED 15-20 HOUR
WEEKS. $8,000 $15,000.
VERY FLEXIBLE! 24-Hour Info
1-888-287-0286. 2/29

HOME HEALTH AIDES/
CNA'S Needed For Private
Duty Agency In Lighthouse
Point. Applications Accepted
Tuesday And Thursdays. Call
954-783-1998. EOE/DFWP.
2/15

REGISTERED NURSES
AND PHYSICAL THEARPY
ASSISTANTS Needed For
Medicare Visits On Weekends
In Deedfield Area. DFWP. Fax
Resume To 954-580-0582
2/15 '

TELEPHONE SALES. Great
Part-Time Job. Evenings and
Saturday Mornings. Guaranteed
Salary Plus Bonus (Average
$10 $14 Per Hour). Renewing
Accounts. No Cold Calling.
Experienced Representatives
Only. Call Christi 754-235-
9556. 3/7

ROOM AND BOARD ON
CHRIS CRAFT YACHT, Docked
At Sands Harbor, Pompano
Beach In Exchange For Light
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Call 954-234-8440. 2/15

PART TIME OFFICE liELP
NEEDED (20 Hours AWeek) For
Local interior Designer. Flexible
Hours. Knowledge Of Quick
Books A Must. Call Helane at
954-579-0791. C 3/29

BAR BER /STY LIST /
COLORIST Wanted For
Established Shop On E. Atlantic
Blvd., Pompano Beach Under
New Ownership. Ruston"s Of
Boston. Call 94-782-5939 or
954-579-7042. C 3/7


DISHWASHER/BUS HELP/
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
Needed Immediately. Mack's
Cafe, Pompano Beach. Must
Be East, Clean, Honest!!

Call954-783-4741 After 10IA.M.
For Interview. C 2/29

HIGH TECH GENERAL
DENTIST In Pompano Beach
Now Hiring Full Time (Monday
- Thursday) Dental Assistant.
Experience A Must.. Fax
Resume to 954-941-9552. C

TRAVEL AGENT -LEISURE.
Experience Required. AAA'
Pompano. Call Trisaha Mercado
at 954-942-5450. C 2/15 WM

WILL TRAIN HIGHLY
MOTIVATED INDIVIDUAL For
Rewarding Career In Financial
Services. Primerica, a Citi
Company. Call 954-729-0192


SERVICES

PAINTER- Ex-Union. Interior
Exterior. Pressure Wash.
Highest Quality at Low Rates.
Free Estimate. Insured. 954-
531-2347. 2/15

STEPHEN'S HOME REPAIR. A/
C Service and Repair, Plumbing,
TiePaintinr, o ghtR Eecr cl
Available. Call 9 4-773-6834
2 2

HOME MECHANIC 35
Years Ex erience. All Home
Repairs. Honest, Reliable and
Reasonable. Call Girard a't 954-
786-2706. 2/29

SUPER HANDYMAN. Cabinets,
Fans, Locks, Paint, Tile,
Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387. 2/22


JACK OF ALL TRADES.
Roofing, Plumbing, Electrical,
Repairs, Screens and Just
About Anything. Give Us A Call
At 754-234-1944. 2/15

HANDYMAN/REMODELING
- 20 Years In Pompano. No Job
Too Large Or Small. Painting
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths. 954-
295-4118. 2/22

FOR ALL YOUR PLASTERING
AND STUCCO NEEDS. Small
Job Specialist. "Neatness Is
My Motto". Call Frank. All
WorkGuaranteed. Reasonable
Prices. 954-561-5737. 2/22
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G. JASON CLEANING.
Office Cleaning and Painting.
References Available Upon
Request. Call 954-650-1444
Or Go To GJASONCLEAN@
YAHOO.COM. C 2/22

FO GARTY FAMILY
IMPROVEMENTS. We Do It All.
Room Conversions, Kitchens/
Baths, Doors/Windows,
Electrical, Plumbing, Custom
Decks. 30 Years In Broward.
954-249-1 168. C 2/26 WM

TRANSPORT DRIVER AT
YOUR SERVICE- to Airports,
Sopping Ap ointments, Ete

Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
370-1622. C 2/29

WILL DRIVE YOU TO
SHOPPING OR WILL SHOP
FOR YOU. Run Errands,
Appointments. Etc. $20/hr.
Two Hour Minimum. Call 954-
678-8066. C

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

A ER OS PA C E
OPPORTUN IT IES. The
Smallest, Lightest, Most
Sensitive Ice Detectors In The
World. Manufactured Locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
Operations. www.N~ewAvionics.
Com. 954-568-1991. C

RESTAURANT FOR SALE.
Casual Dining. Busy Location in
Detray. $150,000! Call Charlie at
954-775-5901. C 2/29

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2 BD/1.5 BA First Floor Corner
Unit with Patio Overlooking
Pool. Gated Area with Many
Amenities Including Library and
Theater.$58,500. No Pets. 55+.
Call Glenna Tscherner, Realtor,
954-401-2263. Dubman R.E.
C 2/15

A1A POMPANO AEGEAN.
Ocean Front On Sand. 2 BD/2
BA Condo With Great Ocean
and ICW Views. $449,000. Call
Marty Cohen at 954-295-2356.
D nasty R.E. C 4/4

CENTURY VILLAGE -BOCA
RATON. 2 BD/1.5 BA. Lake
Front. $69,900. 55+ Community.
Call 561-809-4322. C 2/22

POMPANO BEACH 2BD/2
BA On The Sand. Beautiful
Direct Ocean and Pier Views.
Two Oceanside Balconies.
Fully Remodeled. Low Maint.
Fees. All concrete restoration
completed. Small pets O.K.
Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C

FSBO OCEAN FRONT
CONDO, SEA RANCH CLUB,
Bldg. C, Large 2/2, semi-private
elevator, 2 deeded parking
places. $545,000. 954-557-
6413. Won't Last. C

CONDO FOR SALE
OR RENT

POMPANO BEACH A1A/
HILLSBOROINLET-Beautifully
Updated 2 BD/2 BA Condo With
Fabulous Direct lCW and Ocean
Views. All Building Restoration
Completed Like New. $299K
Or $1,495/mo. Annual. Call
954-732-2038. Owner/Agent.
2/15

POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Condo on Pine Drive. Tile.
Pool. Move-In Condition. Small
Pet O.K.A b9901 C Ownnu

Rictancl g800/mo. Call Bob 954-
647-1655. 2/15

HOMES FOR SALE

POM PANO BEACH-1 70 FOOT
POINT LOT. Beautifully Updated
3BED/2.5 BA Waterfront Home
With Separate Office And 2 Car
Garage. Amazing Intersecting
Water Views. Approximately
2,500 Sq. Ft. New Roof (2006).
150 Foot Dock. $1,090,000. Call
Lonnie Brooks. 954-709-2523.
Balistref i Realty. 2/15

LBTS HOME 2 BD/2 BA
Direct ICW. Gated Community
and Beautifully Landscaped.
Fully Remodeled. Beach Club
Access. Pool and Marina. No
Outside Maintenance. $699K.
954-298-8897. 2/29


POMPANO BEACH AREA
BEST BUY!!! Completely
Remodeled 1,800 SF Home
With Open Floor Plan. 2 Car
Garage and Gorgeous Pool
and SPA Area. Just West of
Intracoastal Walk To Beach,
Restaurants and Stores. Call
Petra 954-593-8495. Distinctive
Realty. 2/15

FOR RENT

DEERFIELDBEACH-Amazing
WATERFRONT 2 BD/2 BA
Unfurnished Condo. Pool.
$1,100/mo. (Includes Cable).
Annual Lease. No Pets. Call631-
885-3342 or Colleen Newshot
Realtg481-3400. 2/151
POMPANOBEACH-2BD/1 BA
Apartment with Open Kitchen,
Tile Throughout, WID. Also 1
BD/1 BA Furnished Apartment
On The Beach. Available. Both
In Very Good Neighborhoods.
Call 954-781-4072. 2/15

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. 954-673-2292.
C 2/15

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. 2/15

O1Rd eEdSPAnNdA-V1 fD/1 BA
Remoele Cono Wth arge
EBalaony. Private Beach Acess
Friendly Building! $1,100/mo.
-Annual. Call Petra, Distinctive
Realty. 954-593-8495. 2/15
POMPANO BEACH New
2 BD/2.5 BA Condo On ICW.
9th Floor. Great View. Many
Amenities. Walk to Beach.
$4,000/mo. Call 651-235-1377.
2/15

PArLM-AIRE/ROYA2L POINTS

Apartments Fumnished-502,600/

Annual Lease. Call 954-956-
9804. 2/15

POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen. 500
Feet To Ocean. Laundry And
Pool On Premises. No. Pets.
Call 248-977-2221 or 248-736-
1533. 2/15


CONDOS FOR
SALE

A1A POMPANO BEACH. 2
BD/2 BA Condo With Gorgeous
Water Views. Completely
Remodeled, New Im act
Glass Windows and Hurricane
Shutters. Heated Pool and
Jacuzzi. Private Beach Access.
Pet Friendly Building! Call
Petra 954-593-8495 Distinctive
Realty. 2/15

CENTURY VILLAGE -
DEERFIELD BEACH. Water
View, Luxury 2 BD/2 BA. Don't
Miss This Handyman Special.
What A Price $74,500. Call
Jennie, Realtor At 954-818-
2767. Dubman Real Estate.
2/15 __

CENTURY Y VILLAGE
-DEERFIELD BEAC H.
Breathtaking Condo. Fabulously
Remodeled. 2 BD/1.5 BA. First
Floor Corner. This Condo Has
It All. In The $100K Range.
Jennie Hastings, Realtor. 954-
818-2767. Dubman Real Estate.
2/15

POMPANOBEACH-WATERS
EDGE. Eight Floor 2 BD/2 BA
Corner Unit On ICW/Hillsboro

Inletm Water V ewsRFrom Evo'
Almost Complete. $600K. Call
954-946-8633. 2/29

POMPANO BEACH THE
POINTE CONDOMINIUM Off
14TH ST. Causeway. 2 BD/2.5
BA Plus Office, Directly On Point
Lot Of ICW. 9 Years Young.
State Of The Art Complex.
2,000 Sq. Ft. 17 Foot Open
Balcony. Garage Park. Heated
Pool. 24 Hour Gated Security.
Lobby W/Private Guard. Bring
Up To Two Pets. Protected 60
Foot Boat Dock Available. Two
Blocks To Beach. $649K. Call
Barbara at Coldwell Bankers

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POMPANO BEACH -2BED/2.5
BA Direct ICW. Completely
Decorator Re done. New
Appliances and Flooring. Granite
Counters. Electric Shutters.
Deeded Parking. Quiet Building.
$449K. 954-298-8897. 2/29

POMPANO *GOLF COURSE*
Huge Third Floor Condo In
Beautiful Resort Style Complex.
ConvenientTo Everything. Large
Closets. Screened Balcony.
$125,000. Julia Rogers 954-
695-7409 or Archway Realty
954-942-7007. 2/15


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FOR SALE
WOMEN'S CLOTHING -Petite
Sizes 2 and 4. Complete
Wardrobe of Designer and
Name Brand Lines. Reasonably
Priced. Call 954-943-1980 For
Appointment. 2/15
2003 MERCEDES S430 -Super
Mint Condition. Like New. White.
24,000 Miles. $38K. Call 954-
783-2151. 2j15
10 FT. INFLATABLE DINGHY
$150. 3 HP JOHNSON OT
BOARD $300. In Pompano
Beach. Call 419-467-0615. C
LEXUS 2002 ES300. Fully
Loaded Includes GPS. Excellent
Condition. $13,800. For More
Information Call 561-809-4322.
C 2/26 WM
BLACK FORMICA DISPLAY
CASE AND MATCHING DESK.
Case Is Approx 8' Long x 3' Deep
x 3.5 Tall. Call 954-695-9201
and Make Offer. C 2/15

HEALTH AND
FITNESS
SENIORCIZE Every Tuesday
and Friday From 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M. at Leading Lady

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YARD SALE
300 S.E. 12TH Street, Pompano
Beach (Off of Cypress Road) on
Saturday, February 16th and
Sunday, February 17th From 8
A.M. to 4 P.M. Furniture, Petite
Women's Clothing and Much
More. 2/15


EAST POMPANO 2 BD/2
BA Completely Renovated.
Tile/Carpet. Pool, Gym and
Many More Amenities. 3 V2
Blocks To Beach. $1,250/mo-
Annual Lease. Call 954-494-
8927. 2/15
POMPANO BEACH -First Floor
Efficiency With Private Patio. V2
Block To Beach. Furnished or
Unfurnished. $700/mo. Annual
Lease. Call 239-898-4799.
2/15

COMMERCIAL

PROPERTY FOR

STORE OVER 1,000 SQ.FT.
Prime Location. East Atlantic
Blvd., Pompano Beach.$1,650/
mo. Plus Tax. Call 954-784-
9393. 2/15

OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
PRIME OFFICE RETAIL
SPACE 920 Sq. Ft. Only
$950/mo. 1150 N.E. 34th Ct. and
Dixie Highway, Oakland Park.
Call 954-563-3533. 2/29


BOAT DOCK FOR
RENT
POMPANO -40 FOOT DOCK
W/50 AMP Electric and Water.
One Bridge to Inlet. Call 954-
942-2476 or 954-942-8920.

DOCKAGE Up To 50 Feet in
Lighthouse Point. Near Yacht
Club. No Fixed Bridges. $10/
Ft./Mo. Includes Electricity (110
Volts) and Water. Call 954-783-
2099. 2/15

GUITARS WANTED
WILL PAY CASH FOR
GUITARS Reputable Dealer
- 35 YearsIn South Florida. Call
Ron 954-290-2082. 3/7

VEHICLES
WANTED
ONEMAN'SJUN KISANOTHER
MAN 'S TREASURE !!
Wanted.... All Vehicles. Running
Or Not! Used, Wrecked and
Junk! Top Dollar Paid!!!! All
Makes/Models. Free Pick Up.
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Parking. Live At The Beach In
Gabriel Towers.$1,300/mo. Call
954-788-8376. 2/22
LIGHTHOUSE POINT Large
New Spotless 2 BD/2 BA
Duplex. Kitchen WIFamily Room
Overlooks Screened Patio-
Fenre Y rd.tCa ort. Plentyo
Security. Refs/Credit Required.
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Day. 2/22
POMPANO BEACH -
Magnif icentWaterf rontComplex
Sea Haven. Two Blocks To
Beach. Covered Parking.
Security. Luxury 2 BD/2 BA.
Completely Updated. Sliding
Doors To Screened Balcony.
Overlooks Waterway, Marina
and Heated Pool. Yearly$1,500/
mo. Fu rnished/U nf urnished .
Available Immediately. 954-
783-2151. 3/7
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mo. Annual Lease. Call 954-
772-2914. 2/22 WM
CONDO FT. LAUDERDALE
EAST OF FEDERAL. 1 BD/1.5
BA With Patio, Pool, Gym,
Clubhouse. No Pets. $850/mo.
Includes Cable TV. Call 954-
491-2962. 2/15 WM
POMPANO BEACH Beautiful
Garden Isles Norwood Area. 3
BD/2 BA/Florida Room Single
family Home. Quiet Street. F/L/S.
$1,500/mo. Annual Lease. Call
Santa Weiss at 954-290)-5335.
Joan C. Rice Realty. 2/15
DEEP WATER HOME-
HARBOR VILLAGE. 3 BD/2
BA. Garage. 40 Foot Dock With
Electricity and Water. Minutes
To Inlet. $1,995/mo. Annual
Lease. Archway Realty 954-
942-7007. 2/15
POMPANO BEACH CLUB
SOUTH. Gorgeous 1 BD/1
BA 15th Floor Condo With
Unobstructed Ocean and City
Views. Garage Parking. 24
Hour Security. $1,200/mo. Call
Petra, 954-593-8495. Distinctive
SRealty. 2/15 _


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The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets
for lunch each Wednesday
from 1 {:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Claluppi's Reste urn a h

Compan.Call c54-942-8108
Thursda Feh, 21
Creative Writing Class is
offered every Thursday from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Pomnt Senior Center'
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4447.
The M~iracles 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.
Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
meets the second Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m. at
the Pompano Beach Moose
Lodg7 6Pom~pano Beach. Call


March 1 Luncheon &
Author Presentation. Ameri-
can Association of University
Women (AAUW) Annual
Scholarship Fundraiser, at
11:30 a.m. March 1. Author
Sally Ling will discuss her
latest book: Run the Rum in:
South Florida During Prohi-
bition. Event includes Silent
Auction. $35. Yacht Club;
2701 NE 42nd St, Lighthouse
Point. (954) 570-5423.

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tree is the Red Maple (Acer
rubrum). This is a wonder-
ful medium sized tree, which
although a wetlands resident,
will readily adapt to drier con-
ditions. There is a spectacular
one in my neighborhood, with
beautiful branch structure and
a big fat gray fissured trunk.
On -its bare limbs it will pro-
duce a profusion of delicate


pink flowers followed by two-
winged scarlet red "helicop-
ters." The Maples know.
Henry David Thoreau
wrote: "Live in each season
as it passes; breathe the air,
drink the drink, taste the fruit,
and resign yourself to the in-
fluences of each." Deciduous
trees help us do just that.


but not often.
Most deciduous trees are
now completely bare. Often,
Floridians shun deciduous
trees, preferring the perpetual
green. I think this is a big
mistake. Every yard should
have at least one tree that will
give you a visual and real
concept of the changing of the
seasons.
I have two such trees to
r-ecommend. The first is the
Bald Cypress (Taxodium dis-
tichum). This tree, renowned
for its ability to live in wet
areas, will also grow in the
average irrigated landscape.
Although it grows to be quite
tall, it is straight and unobtru-
sive. As an alternative, if you
have a pond, or even a pot
without a hole, Bald Cypress
makes a great bonsai.
Soon, you will see tiny,
lime colored bristles popping
out all over its bare branches,
until it looks completely green
and feathery.
The Cypress knows. Spring
is coming soon.
Another native deciduous


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