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MARCH 14, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE PIUNiW .JAvu. x ..-.. -A Vol. XIV, Issue 11


Briefs


Pompano Beach

Mayor Lamar

Fisher to speak

at Cresthaven

meeting
Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar
Fisher will be the guest speaker at the
next meeting of Cresthaven Neighbor-
hood Watch on Thursday, March 20,
7:30 p.m., St. Elizabeth social hall,
901 NE 33 St., Pompano Beach.
Fisher will update residents on city
services, the status of redevelopment
projects and municipal plans to com-
ply with property tax reform measures.
He will also discuss the city's ongoing
Centennial Celebration in 2008.
The meeting is open to the public
and refreshments will be served. For
additional information, contact Dennis
Myers, 954-732-5500.

Pompano Beach

Easter Sunrise

services planned

for March 23
Sunrise services, sponsored by
Pompano Beach and the local Ki-
wannis Club will begin at sunrise on
March 23 at the intersection of East
Atlantic Boulevard and the Atlantic
Ocean.


Dockswell, Hardin win district elections,

Brummer holds seat without opposition


Watching the Numbers Commissioner-elect Barry Dockswell shows Kristin Jacobs, Broward County Commissioner incoming results from the March
11 election for city commission seats. The victory party took place at Galuppi's Restaurant where supporters gathered for the final tally.


By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
There were mixed messages sent
by the electorate in Tuesday's munici-
pal elections in Pompano Beach.
A need for change was the cry on
the barrier island as political new-
comer Barry Dockswell defeated in-
cumbent Kay McGinn and challenger
Travis Williamson in the three-way
race for the District 1 seat.
While in District 3, the message


was stay the course as incumbent Rex
Hardin was elected to a full two year
term turning back the challenge of
Daniel Horak.
District 5 Commnissioner George
Brummer, who has not faced a chal-
lenger since winning his seat in 2003,
was returned to office again without
opposition.
Dockswell, a retired business ex-
ecutive who served as chairman of the
East CRA Advisory Committee before
stepping down to run for the commis-


sion, took District 1 hands down.
"I'm half ecstatic and half numb,"
Dockswell said in the immediate wake
of his victory.
"I am deeply honored and grate-
ful to the people of the City of Pom-
pano Beach. We had the right message
and the right team, and we carried it
off with great execution."
Dockswell won 1,627 votes, more
than 49 percent of the 3,313 votes
Continued on page 10


Pompano Beach Fishing Pier to


open in time for

By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
The East CRA Advisory Com-
mittee got some good news at its
March 6 session at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center.
The Pompano Beach Municipal
Fishing Pier, closed for months for
extensive renovation, should be open
in time for the Easter Weekend.
The announcement was made by
Assistant City Manager Phyllis Ko-
rab, who represented City Manager
Keith Chadwell.
"The construction should


Easter

be completed within the next two
weeks," Korab said. "Unless there
are some unusual circumstances, we
are confident the pier will be open for
Easter."
While the advisory board and city
residents were pleased at the news of
the reopening, the committee, and in
particular Chairman Jack Rogerson
was upset on the lack of information
they have received on the negotiations
for a new pier restaurant.
"What is happening with these
negotiations?" Rogerson asked. "The
Continued on page 14


Palm Club demands town keep

its promise, de-annexation on

back burner for now


Civic group rebuffs LBTS
commissioner's attempt
for board position
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Concerns about Palm Club
sewers and public safety dominated
discussion at the annual meeting of
the North Beach Civic Association
this week.
Mark Brown, the group's
president, invited residents to share


their ideas and concerns, as the
association develops its agenda for
the year.
Several residents addressed the
Palm Club issue, asking that the
town keep its promise to pay for
sewers in the community.
Prior to its annexation to Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea, town officials
agreed to replace septic tanks with
a sewer system for those communi-
ties that needed them.
The agreement called for the
town paying for sewers in Bel Air,
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Terra Mar, Sunset Lane and
Palm Club. Last year former
Mayor Oliver Parker and
some commissioners began to
question whether town funds
should be used to fund sewers
in a private co-op community.
The town has budgeted $2.1
million for design and engi-
neering studies for Palm Club
sewers. The town has already
completed sewer lines in the
Sunset Lane community, a
private community similar to
the Palm Club.
"If you (commission-
ers) go forward with sewers
in Palm Club, you will have
finished what you promised
in capital improvements in
the annexation agreement,"


said Palm Club resident Joe
Donahue.
Barbara Worden of Palm
Club said Parker came to
Palm Club and promised sew-
ers. She said Jerry Mclntee
and Jim Silverstone, when
they campaigned for office,
said they supported sewers for
the Palm Club. "Now they say
they can't support them."
Worden said funds have
gone for flowers for beach
access paths and to upgrade
portals. She says she's not
against beautification, "but we
want promises kept. We need
everyone here to support us."
Ken Most, civic asso-
ciation board secretary, said,
"The Palm Club has made
a large contribution to the
town and has received little
in return. We should support
the Palm Club in getting their
sewers."
Brown said the associa-


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tion could get more done by
trying to work cooperatively
with public officials. "Maybe
we'll start with Palm Club
for a petition drive," he said.
"The more names collected,
the more likely they will be
noticed."
Fire/EMS concerns
Bonnie Myers of Coastal
Arms said people in the north
are concerned about fire sup-
pression and EMS. "We have
been very happy with the
service from Broward County
Sheriff's Office. It appears
the trend is to downsize and
degrade the service we now
have. We are very concerned
about losing EMS and fire
suppression."
Most said he has no prob-
lem with the Volunteer Fire
Department. "They are quite
capable of giving the protec-
tion we need."
But he said he doesn't
feel the same about AMR
(a firm bidding to provide
EMS). "I don't believe


they're capable of giving the
services we require."
Brown suggested that com-
missioners "step back a foot
or two" before making major
decisions so quickly. He said
they should first consider the
concerns raised by residents.
"Don't just take people at
face value on such critical is-
sues," referring to fire services
and EMS.
"I'd like to see the volun-
teers come and do a drill in my
building and carry someone
down from the 15th floor,"
Brown said.
De-annexation
"What's the consensus
on de-annexation?" one man
asked.
Brown responded that the
board will set up a committee
to begin examining the process
for de-annexation.
"I'm not saying we're go-
ing to do it, but I don't see any
reason not to start looking into
the statutes involved," he said.
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Friday, March 14, 2008
said de-annexation should be
explored.
Most disagreed. "We
should stop talking de-an-
nexation. For better or worse,
we will stay in the town."
Most said. But he later urged
members to attend and speak
at commission meetings.
Brown agreed with Most.
"I don't see a real reason
to de-annex. I don't see that
as a desirable course of action
at this point," Brown said.
Residents questioned how
much they pay in taxes and
how much money is available
in the excess revenues that
were supposed to go to im-
provements in the north end.
The commission recently
asked the town manager to
provide those figures.
"Are we going to just ac-
cept what the manager says,"
Bill Gannon of the Palm Club
asked. One woman asked
how those figures could be
verified.
Mclntee and other elected
officials attended the meet-
ing, but it was Mclntee who
spoke.
"We're willing to work
with you," he said. "We want
one little bit of heaven and
peace in town. We're try-
ing to get everyone to work
together. Give us a chance."
Mclntee said he was
impressed with the turnout at
the meeting. "It shows there's
unhappiness in town."
One person suggested a
reason for the unhappiness.
"If you want to blame
someone for where you are
today, blame the old commis-
sioners," said John MacMil-
lan, publisher of a local news
magazine. His remarks were
met with boos and some
people walking out.
During the election por-
tion of the meeting, five board
members were elected: Mark
Brown of Corniche; Sandra
Green of Sunset Lane; Bren-
dan Barry of Terra Mar; Joyce
Murry of Royal Coast and
Bill Gannon of Palm Club.
McIntee nominated
himself to the board, but he
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LBTS doles out $3,000 to local attorney

against legal advice, approves cell

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By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Commissioners in Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea passed
a resolution to reduce and
fix the base application fee
for simple variances for all
residential and commercial
properties at $350.
The new fee was origi-
nally proposed at $453, but
Commissioner Birute Clottey
argued that the town shouldn't
be asking residents applying
for variances to help pay the
salaries of town employees
handling the applications.
Town Manager Esther
Colon said, "The town doesn't
run on property tax alone.
Someone has to pay for all
this process."
In other action, the com-
mission:
Approved repayment
of $3,000 in legal fees in-
curred by Barbara Cole and
Julio Omana after they were
removed from the town's
planning and zoning board for
alleged Sunshine Law viola-
tions. The developer, Pier
Point, filed a law suit, claim-
ing Cole and Omana were
"hostile to the developers."
The defendants were advised
to seek help from the Broward
League of Cities. But instead
they hired a local attorney,
M. Ross Shulmister. The suit
was later dropped. The com-
mission on Tuesday agreed
to make the check payable to
Shulmister.
Town Attorney Jim Cherof
advised commissioners that
the reimbursement was im-
proper and outside the scope
of legal authority. Commis-
sioners approved the repay-
ment by 4-1, Mayor Roseann
Minnet dissenting.
Agreed to draft a change
order for the addition of a
sidewalk on only the south
side, rather than both sides of
Washingtonia Avenue.
Agreed by a 3-2 vote,
Minnet and Clottey dissenting,
to a $50 monthly stipend for
commissioners for cell phone
use.
Agreed by a 4-1 vote,
Minnet dissenting, to provide
medical insurance for four
commissioners who aren't
covered. (Stuart Dodd is
covered as a member of the
Hillsboro Inlet Commission.)
Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee
said he would decline the cov-
erage since he has good health
insurance.
Agreed to appoint Clottey
as representative on the Flori-
da League of Cities, replacing
former Mayor Oliver Parker.


Agreed to name George
Hunsaker town chaplain and
designated him to coordinate
invocations for meetings,
opening them to all recog-
nized religions.
Declined to name a com-
mission member as honorary
president of the Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea Sister Cities
Association. President Ken
Most requested that they name
Minnet. Clottey suggested
that all commission members
instead join the organization
as members.
Passed on first reading


ordinances to repeal earlier
ordinances which created the
marina village overlay dis-
trict, the beach village overlay
district and the town village
overlay district. They also
passed on first reading an or-
dinance to repeal an ordinance
renaming the beach village
overlay district the hospitality
zoning overlay district.
Tabled until March 21
discussion on drafting an
ordinance to leave bags on
parking meters on Bougain-
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Pompano Lutheran
Church Easter Worship 10
a.m. Call 954-942-1216,
St. Elizabeth of Hunga-
ry Catholic School Bless-
ing of the Easter Baskets
March 22 at 12:30 p.m.; Holy
Saturday Vigil March 22 at
7:30 p.m. Easter Sunday Sun-
rise, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Call954-941-8117.
St. Coleman Catholic
Church Blessing of Easter
Food, March 22 at 11:30
a.m.; Easter Vigil, March 22
at 7 p.m, Easter Masses at
7:30, 9, 11 a.m. and 12:30
and 6 p.m. Call 954-942-
3533.
St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church Easter Eve, March
22 3 p.m. and Easter Masses
at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Call 954-
942-5887.
EVENTS
Deerfield Beach City-
wide Yard Sale March 24
at Constitution Park, 2841
W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield
Beach, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Event
benefits Relay for Life. Call
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Flashlight Egg

Hunt planned

for Deerfield

Beach
Easter is not just for younger
brothers and sisters anymore. This
egg hunt, March 20 at 8 p.m., is for
children ages 7 to 14, so bring flash-
lights and get ready for the hunt of
a lifetime. Search the park for over
7,500 prize-filled eggs.
Find the "SPECIAL EGGS" to
receive exciting gifts and prizes.
Refreshments follow the hunt. Call
954-480-4494.


Egg-stravaganza

at Westside Park
Children ages 10 and under are
invited to take part in an Easter Egg
Hunt March 21 at 6 p.m. Over 5,000
eggs filled with candy and prizes
will be scattered throughout the park.
Prizes will be given for Special Eggs
in each of the following categories:
1 to 3 years, 4 to 6 years, and 7 to 10
years. Call 954-480-4480.


Annual Easter

Egg Hunt
The Easter Bunny will be hopping
over to the Deerfield Beach Middle
School Athletic Complex ball fields,
501 SE 6 Ave. on March 22 at 10 a.m.
bright and early to hide lots of special
Easter Eggs.
Children ages 1 to 10 years are
invited to bring Easter baskets to hunt
for brightly colored plastic eggs. The
finders of the special eggs will win
prizes,:
Parents are encouraged to bring
cameras to take pictures with the
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AAUW holds Dollars for Scholars fundraiser

with guest speaker, author, Sally J. Ling.

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PELICAN STAFF
It's a fun fundraiser that happens
every year when the Pompano Beach
branch of the American Associations
of University Women, or AAUW,
gather for lunch to raise money for
their scholarship fund. They raffle off
money hats, donated baskets packed
with valuable goodies and eat lunch
beautifully served at the Lighthouse
Point Yacht and Racquet Club.
This year their annual event took
place on March 1. Instead of the
traditional fashion show, the 80 guests
were entertained by Sally J. Ling,
author of Run the Rum.
In the story of South Florida dur-
ing prohibition. In keeping with their
guest author's subject, the luncheon
theme was "Gangsters in Your Back-
yard." There was a black fedora cen-
ter piece, along with fresh roses, on
every table. Several members wore
black fedoras and fashions in keeping
with the prohibition era.
Run the Ruin In is Ling's fifth
book. Three of her books are Florida
based historical fiction. In a London
Daily News review, the book was
described as follows:
"It was the 1920's. The Roaring
Twenties, Prohibitions. Insanity. Here
then is the fascinating story of prohi-
bition and its effect on South Florida.
We are taken back to the day of the
buccaneers. Smugglers and pirates,


Sally J. Ling, author of Run the Rum In a story of South Florida during prohibition, was the guest
speaker at a recent Pompano Beach American Association of University Women's annual Dollars
for Scholars luncheon fund raiser. Pictured are co-president and Scholarship Committee Chairman,
Emily Farrell introducing Michelle Lee, one of the organization's 2005 scholarship winners.


grim tragedy and broad farce, craft
knavery and audacity sticks at noth-
ing. There's even romance in the per-
son of beautiful Miss Grace Lythgoe,
a young lady of 'striking personality
and refined taste' known to her associ-
ates as 'Cleopatra, the Queen of the
Bootleggers'--they are all here."
.Following the guest speaker, Co-
President and Scholarship Chairman,
Emily Farrell introduced Michele
Lee, a 2005 AAUW scholarship win-
ner, saying "This exceptional young
woman certainly proves that our
scholarship winners are well chosen."
Lee thanked the group for their
support and filled them in on her
progress. "At the time I was awarded
your scholarship I was a junior at
Nova Southeastern University. I'm
now in my final semester of an MBA
program and have been accepted


in a PhD program in psychology at
Fielding Graduate University in Santa
Barbara, California."
Will she be moving to California?
"No," Lee explains. "I'm flying out for
a week of orientation and then I will be
doing the entire program online. I will
have three to four years to complete
my dissertation."
Lee who is now 32, says she has
been on her own and self support-
ing since the age of 15. Currently,
she works for a Canadian Company,
'Brain Mass,' teaching students from
around the world online.
"I've applied for a fellowship from
the National Science Foundation to
support my PHD studies," she says. "I
should know by midsummer if I get
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ESTABLISHED 1993
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Lauderdale-By-The Sea

commissioners vote against legal

advice order $3,000 check for

local attorney's fees

By Anne Siren
PUBLISHER
This week, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea commissioners, with the exception of
its mayor, Roseann Minnet, agreed 4-1 to approve a check for local attorney
M.Ross Shulmister for $3,000.
Last year Shulmister defended two residents serving on the town's planning
and zoning board.
The suit stemmed from an alleged Sunshine violation by these residents.
One of the board members sent an email with an allegedly negative comment
regarding an ongoing oceanfront complex, Oriana, an oceanfront development
of town houses duplexes and lofts.
Pier Point, developers of Oriana, had proposals before the town's board at
that time. They claimed the board was "hostile."
The suit was eventually dropped. The defendants had earlier been advised
to seek legal advice from the Broward League of Cities. But last Tuesday the
new commission approved the heck.
Mayor Roseann Minnet, the lone vote against the move, did not recall any-
thing in the agenda with background information about the item other than the
item would be discussed..
One commissioner who voted for the check approval, Stuart Dodd, an-
nounced that one of the defendants, Barbara Cole, had worked as his campaign
manager.
Town Attorney Jim Cheroff advised the commission that the move was
"improper and outside the law."
Cheroff had earlier submitted his resignation as town attorney after the new
commission was elected. His firm will continue to serve the town until another
attorney is hired.
Shulmister is expected to seek the position after Requests for Proposals, or
RFPs are issued.
"They went against the advice of their own attorney," Minnet said.
The move to disperse taxpayer funds against the advice of its own town
attorney may be an indication that this new commission is running on its own
majority's power, and considers itself immune to the law.
Minnet was right to oppose the move. She took the stand on the side of the
taxpayers.
Did this commission merely take care of its own? Did this dispursement of
town funds serve a public purpose? Is this going to be a pattern?
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea taxpayers would do well to keep tabs on this
group.


Waste Management withdraws


landfill height increase
SBy Kristin Jacobs
BROWARD COUNTY


COMMISSIONER [DISTRICT 2]


^ 'The County Commission just received notice the zon-
l -,. ing application by Waste Management, asking to increase
the height of the Central Broward Landfill, has been
withdrawn.
This is a huge win for your city officials and resi-
dents who have fought vigorously in opposition to this
application. I am so proud of each person who contacted
me, or other officials, opposing this variance request by Waste Management.
Now is a great time for residents and businesses to review your reuse and
recycling practices in an effort to minimize our waste stream. If you're inter-
ested in learning more about recycling please check out: http://www.broward.
org/recycling/welcome.htm.
Broward County also supports, through the Resource Recovery Board,
two waste-to-energy incinerators for waste disposal. You may find out more
about this operation at: http://www.broward.org/solidwaste/wastetoenergy.htm.
Call me at 954-357-7002 if you have questions or comments.


Why Community Park is the right

place for the community dog park

To the Editor,

This letter is in response to Phyllis Franklin's letter that ran in last week's
edition of the paper. I have never felt the need to respond to such a letter before,
but because many of the statements in that letter were misleading. I don't want
people to get the wrong idea about the proposed dog park or its location. I am.
the leader of the Pompano Dog Pack. We are the residents who have been work-
ing towards establishment of a community off-leash dog park. Pompano while
a very large city is one of the few without an off-leash dog park where residents
can take their dogs to exercise and socialize.
The research for a location for the city's dog park was carried out with all
due diligence by Robert McCaughan, director of public works. The central
location of Community Park makes the most sense because it easily accessible
to all city residents and does not infringe on or benefit one particular neighbor-
hood over another. It is also the location that has the most existing infrastruc-
ture. In addition, it is also the most economical location. There is no need to
build a parking lot. It has a large one. And no need to run water lines for reused
or drinking water, and there is already electricity. The grass is already being
cared for, and the trash is collected. These facts were all illustrated in Mr.
McCaughan's study of the available park sites (which is available online on the
city's website.)
The letter that Ms. Franklin wrote misleads the reader into thinking that the
dog park would have only the old existing 4-foot fence to contain the dog park.
That is not true. The proposal provides for a 6-foot fence. City staff has done a
lot of research into what is needed to build a suitable and safe dog park. So as
Continued on page 7


Why Community Park is the wrong

place for the community dog park


To the Editor,

In response to Phyllis Franklin's letter to the editor last week regarding a
dog park at Community Park, I agree this is not an appropriate location as the
one-mile track in that area is frequented by walkers and joggers at all hours of
the day.
The Southeast comer of the park that has been selected for the dog run area
is already populated with Ibis, squirrels and a wide variety of birds that have
nests in the trees.
Ducks swim in the central part of the Southeast comer when the rains fill
the lower land areas with water. The wildlife that many of us have come to en-
joy will be frightened away from the area once the dogs enter the park.
I am also concerned with the cost and maintenance of the dog park with
recent budget cuts. I think it is far more important that our tax dollars be used
for the police and fire departments.


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Friday, March 14, 2008


6 The Pelican


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Friday. March 14.2008


March 21 is

Thanksgiving

for 320

homeless

people in

Pompano

Beach
It will truly be a 'Good
Friday' for 320 homeless who
will enjoy a Thanksgiving
banquet of turkey, mashed
potatoes, vegetables and des-
serts on March 21.
Dinner will be served
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in
the courtyard of Broward
Outreach Center, 1700 Blount
Road in Pompano Beach.
Guests will be offered
foot baths, podiatry services
and blood pressure read-
ings. Each guest will receive
a 'Hope tote' filled with soap,
shampoo, conditioner, body
lotion, razors, deodorants,
toothbrush, socks, underwear,
pants and tee shirts.
Student volunteers from
BCC, Atlantic Technical Insti-
tute and Barry University will
be on hand to assist serving.
The public can help make
this a great event by donating
hygiene items, socks, un-
derwear, used shoes in good
repair, cash or helping hands.
To donate, call Nina at
1-954-347-7001.
About Broward Out-
reach Center
Broward Outreach Center
is a branch of the 75-year-old
Continued on page 13


Keep

location for

approved

dog park
Continued from page 6

far as sharing the path goes:
Only a walkway the width
of a sidewalk will have to be
shared with the joggers. The
dog park will be on the inside
of the jogging track. Contrary
to Ms. Franklin's letter, the
dog park will not take up "the
entire southern half of the
park."
The half of the track that
is closest to the amphitheater
is completely unaffected by
the dog park. We're only
talking about 1.4 acres for the
dog park.
Ms. Franklin would also
have the reader believe that
the two votes on the dog park
matter have been conducted
in secret hearings. The fact
is, such votes were conducted
during well publicized city
commission meetings.
The dog park votes have
been on the agenda and have
been mentioned in all the
local newspapers. And all
commission meetings are
televised as well.


This has not been an un-
der the radar deal as implied
by Ms. Franklin. We even
have a website for dog park
related news www.pom-
panodogpark.com.
About the only thing that
I agree with Ms. Franklin on
is that the proposed location is
a lovely area, as it has several
beautiful shade trees.
While the jogging track
on the perimeter of the park is
used, the portion of the park
that is proposed for the dog
park only sees action a few
days a year when it is host to
an event such as the nautical
flea market.
I don't think that it is un-
reasonable to want to use this
land for a purpose that will
give it usage the other 360
days of the year.
Our city is growing in
population although it has a
finite amount of land.
As the city grows, the
needs of the population
change, and I applaud the
city government for acting
to accommodate the needs of
dog owners who have been an
underserved group of resi-
dents. The dog park in Com-
munity Park will be a wonder-
ful amenity for the residents
of Pompano to enjoy and will
add prestige to our city.


AAUW
COntinued from page 5

it."
Asked what motivates her
she says, "I listen to the tapes
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Anthony Robbins and Dr.
Wayne Dyer almost daily.
They've given me strength,
hope and spiritual connec-
tion."
Farrell says that over 20
applications have come in
for this year's three or four
$1,000 scholarships. These
applications are reviewed by
a committee of six. Those
who make the cut have an


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the committee reaches a con-
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Community Park is the wrong place for a dog park in Pompano


Continued from page 6

I'd rather see my tax dollars go
into something that benefits the entire
community and not a minor group of
people looking for a patch of land for
their dogs to play in.
The maintenance of the dog park
is another concern. The smell of dog
feces will permeate the air in the heat
of the summer months. And there will
be parasites that will be absorbed in
the soil.


The walkers and joggers that
utilize the track are worried about
crossing paths with the dogs as the
owners lead them across the trail to the
dog run area.
The tennis players are unhappy
about the distraction of dogs barking
while they are trying to concentrate on
their sport.
Several months ago, an article ap-
peared in the Sun Sentinel concerning
a dog park in Fort Lauderdale.
One dog attacked another causing


thousands of dollars in veterinarian
bills. The owner of the victimized
dog was not compensated for her
expenses.
Unless owners of dogs plan to
muzzle their dogs, how can accidents
like this be prevented when these dogs
are allowed to run without a leash?
It sounds like a lawsuit, and that's
the last thing Pompano Beach needs.
I completely agree with Phyllis
Franklin's idea that the community
be given chance to vote on this issue


rather than leave the decision up to the
commission.
This is an issue worthy of far
more consideration in the public eye
before a decision is made.
Community Park was designed
as a people park. Please find a better
place for the dogs-one that is less
populated with people and the beauti-
ful wildlife that now live there.

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The breakfast buffet area was
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0 1 The Pelican


Election
Continued from page 1
cast.
McGinn was second with
1,076 or 33 percent while
Williamson finished third
with 610, a little more than 18
percent.
Dockswell carried 9 of
the 12 precincts in District 1,
while McGinn was victorious
in Precincts 13 and 56 and
Williamson was a winner in
Precinct 20.
Dockswell called the thrill
of election victory, "an unbe-
lievable experience."
McGinn, first elected to
office in 1998 after being
defeated in 1996.
"It's been a wonderful
run," McGinn said as she left
city hall Tuesday night before
joining her supporters.
There were close to 50
people at McGinn's party at
the Angelsea Pub on McNab
Road. It was a low-key party,
as supporters had dinner and
mingled while waiting for the
results to come in. All the
TVs were on, but no results


were being reported. McGinn
arrived after the Pompano
Beach Commission meeting.
She brought the results with
her. The city attorney had re-
trieved them from his laptop.
When McGinn told her
supporters that she had lost,
many thought she was joking.
It took a few minutes for the
news to sink in.
McGinn said "I've had
a great ten years. I enjoyed
all the years on the commis-
sion and making decisions
for Pompano Beach. It was a
wonderful opportunity to serve
the people of Pompano."
Hardin was elected to the
city commission for a second
time in 2007 to fill out the un-
expired one-year term of then
Commissioner Lamar Fisher,
who ran for city mayor.
Hardin scored a decisive
victory over challenger Daniel
Horak, who was making his
initial run at political office.
"The first feeling is one of
relief," Hardin said on the elec-
tion results.
"I had a feeling that we
had gotten our message across
but until the votes are all


I v-
Pompano Beach Commissioner Rex Hardin [District 3] celebrates his win for re-election with his 2-year-old twin sons
Kolby John and Bryce Garland at Galuppi's Restaurant.


counted, you never know."
Hardin received 716
votes, or more than 68 per-
cent of the votes cast in Dis-
trict 3 to Horak's 335 votes
or 32 percent of the 1,051
votes cast.


Hardin won every pre-
cinct in District 3.
"I think this is a vindica-
tion that for the past year, I
have been doing something
right. Hopefully over the next


two years, we can continue to
make city government more
accountable to the public."
Both Hardin and Dock-
swell have been advocates
of issues like term limits and
ethics codes for city officials.


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Assistance

at Deerfield

Beach City

Hall
On March 18, Deputy
Appraisers from the Broward
County Property Appraiser's
Office will be in Deerfield
Beach to assist with Home-
stead, senior and other proper-
ty tax exemption applications.
Appraisers will also
answer questions on property
taxes at Deerfield Beach City
Hall, 150 NW 2 Ave., from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Documents required to
file a Homestead Exemption
include: A current Florida
driver's license or Florida
identification card and a cur-
rent voter registration card or
declaration of domicile.
Non-US citizens must
also provide proof of perma-
nent residency.
Qualified residents, 65
years of age or older as of
January 1, 2008, may also
apply for the additional Senior
Exemption. Eligible seniors
must have a total household
adjusted gross income not
to exceed $24,916. Docu-
ments required for the Senior
Exemption include a 2007
income tax return or a copy of
the 2007 Social Security 1099
Form.
Visit the website at www.
bcpa.net or contact the Out-
reach Department by phone
at 954-357-5579 or email at
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Continued from page 9
to a resort property to have a
spa," said Mike Long, Gener-
al Manager, Embassy Suites.
"Many business people are
bringing their families along
on vacation and the resort
gives them the opportunity to
do something while the busi-
ness person is working."
The smell of lemongrass
and grapefruit and the sound
of soothing music fills the
entrance to the Spa 950. "The
sound is just incredible, it's
like you can't even tell where
it's coming from," said Gayle,
who found the $25,000 sound
system.
Spa employees give
guests a locker where they
can leave their belongings
after they slip into the soft,
thick cotton robe and rubber
sandals that are also provided.
Some guests choose to take
advantage of the steam room
where they can let the Euca-
lyptus soak into every pore.
Others prefer to relax in the
earthy fern green and brown
lounge area sipping on tea or
cool lemon water.
"My experience was ex-
cellent," said Frances Antoni-
ni, a customer from New York
who had a Swedish massage.
"It was so relaxing and
refreshing. You come out
feeling ten times better."
Pedicures, wraps and
facials are also available.
"I had a European Facial


to anywhere else I've been."
The spa also offers
shower facilities and a vanity
area where customers touch
up hair and make up or have
the professionals do it in the
hotel's full service salon.
"It's obviously going
to take more than a year to


recoup our investment," said
Long.
"We're offering a bet-
ter, more diverse product, we
think it's worth it." For BTS
Ocean Front restaurant res-
ervations call 954-426-0478
for Spa 950 information, call
954-312-1970.


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Sightings

Continued from page

The Soroptimist Interna-
tional of Pompano Beach is
honoring a Woman Making a
Difference with a Centennial
Award on March 26 at Galup-
pi's from 5:30 until 7 pm with
awards at 6:30 p.m. Call 954-
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Outdoors
March 15 6th Annual
"Run Like A Bunny 5K event"
Pompano Beach on A1A.
Children and adult walks/run.
Registration forms [$20] are
available at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center. Call 95-
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Marine
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Thanksgiving

meals
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Inc. a Florida nonprofit 501
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The Mission is a
charitable agency providing
spiritual, physical and so-
cial services to the poor and
needy, including homeless
men, women and children.
Its mission is to reach
out to the needy and homeless
in the community with human
compassion and the love of
God moving them from isola-
tion to inclusion as productive
and successful members of
society.
In 2007, The Miami Mis-
sion centers provided 600,000
meals, 200,000 bed nights and
nearly 100,000 hours of edu-
cation and career assistance.
Nearly 300 people in the
programs gained employ-
ments and are now living
as productive citizens in the
community.
Broward Outreach Center,
in its sixth year, is a 200-bed
facility which operates a com-
prehensive recovery program
for the homeless and provides
training in workforce skills.


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Pier open, but residents say info on new pier restaurant is overdue


Continued from page 1
City Manager told us at our
February meeting he was
going to report to the city
commission on Feb. 26. At
that meeting he said he would
have a report in March."


Rogerson said the city
has been negotiating with its
current prospective tenant for
over a year. Those negotia-
tions are on top of 18 months
of earlier negotiations with
another prospective operator.
"If we can't make a deal


with these people," Roger
said. "Let's move on to
someone else. The exclusive
window should be closing."
Committee member and
former city commissioner
Bob Shelly lamented the situ-
ation on the beach currently.
"Since the restaurant and
the pier have been closed
over the last six month, the
beach has lost all of its desti-
nation status," Shelly said.


"Right now," he continued,
"You can't even buy a hot dog
at Pompano Beach."
Committee member
Barbara Gordon added, "My
daughter and her children
came visiting and she said
to me, what have you people
done? She said she could not
find a place to buy my grand-
children a hamburger."
Several committee mem-
bers hoped that whatever


happens with the pier negotia-
tions, it is tied with the over-
all master plan for the beach
area in terms of parking.
"We don't want to have a
square peg of a pier restaurant
forced into a round hole of a
master beach plan," former
East CRA Advisory Chair-
man Barry Dockswell said.



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repeated sampling.
Desserts were as varied
as they were resplendent. The
fudge at Kilwin's the cakes
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inimitable fondues of the
Melting Pot were just a few
of the sweet surprises that
were on hand at the Taste of
the Beach.
Fortunately, the grandiose
Big Top in Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea provided more than
mere shelter from inclement
weather.
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Hillsboro Beach commissioners say

they will work as a 'team' on beach

re-nourishment issues


By Frances Zannoni
PELICAN WRITER
Last January, Tom Puleri
and Celinda Sawtelle won
their bids for two vacant
commission seats in Hills-
boro Beach.
Commissioner Puleri ran
for re-election after holding
a seat appointed to him by
the commission when Com-
missioner Larry Fink passed
away last July.
"In July, I was the com-
missioner's choice; now I'm
the people's choice," said
Puleri.
Puleri,72, heads up the
town's beach erosion com-
mittee. He has also served as
commissioner for two years
in his home town of Enfield,
Connecticut. "I didn't have a
victory party. I spent all day


at the polls. Afterward I just
went home and waited for
the call." Puleri won his seat
by 553 votes.
Celinda Sawtelle now fills
the commission seat for-
merly held by Lee Bennet
who decided not to run for
re-election.
"She obviously did a good
job to get 424 votes," said
Puleri. 1,389 of the 1,600
registered voters in Hillsboro
Beach cast ballets on Jan. 29.
But not all results were
victories. Claire Schubert,
a third candidate, lost 'by
10 votes. "I realize it could
have gone either way. The
other candidates were more
well known," said Schubert.
Sawtelle, 57, was endorsed
by the Sun Sentinel and the
Board of Realtors. She's
lived in Hillsboro Beach


since 1999 and works in
town as a Realtor. "I've
never run for election be-
fore," Sawtelle said. "I'm
one of those people who is
always working. Now I'm
going to be working even
more, but that's OK. If we
don't take care of our town
we have nothing to offer in
real estate,"
Hillsboro Beach commis-
sioners earn an annual salary
of $3,600. They are elected
for two-year terms.
Both Puleri and Sawtelle
intend to focus on the re
nourishment of the town's
beaches. "No matter what
project I'll be helping with
-it's a team thing." Sawtelle
said. "And it's important
to keep in contact with the
community."


Deerfield youth Basketball
League registration ongoing
Westside Park Recreation Center, located at 445 SW 2 St.
in Deerfield Beach, is currently accepting registrations for the
Intramural Youth Basketball League for children ages 7-9 and
10-12. The cost for this league is $25 for residents and $35 for
non-residents. For more information on this program or others
available at Westside Park, call 954-480-4480.



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EMPLOYMENT
HOME HEALTH AIDES/
CNA'S Needed For Private
Duty Agency In Lighthouse
Point. Applications Accepted
Tuesday And Thursdays. Call
954-783-1998. EOE/DFWP.
3/14
REGISTERED NURSES
Needed For Medicare Visits
On Weekends In Deerfield Area,
AND PHYSICAL THERAPY
ASSISTANTS Also Needed.
DFWP. Fax Resume To 954-
580-0582. 3/14
PRE-SCHOOL ASSISTANT
Needed At Local Christian
Pre School. Full Or Part -Time
Position. Experience A Plus. Call
Cindy At 954-943-7776. 3/14
DRIVER Wanted For Tour
Company. Prefer Semi-Retired
Or Retired Person. Will Train.
954-784-4064. Leave Message.
3/14
SECRETARY AND
PERSONAL ASSISTANT
Needed. Part-Time Position
With High Pay. Short Hours.
Call 954-781-7310. 3/14
PART TIME OFFICE HELP
NEEDED (20 HoursAWeek) For
Local Interior Designer. Flexible
Hours. Knowledge Of Quick
Books A Must. Call Helane at
954-579-0791. C 3/29
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
Needed For Breakfast and
Lunch. Immediate at Mack's
Cafe, Pompano Beach. Call
After 10 A.M. 954-783-4741.
C 3/14
DENTAL ASSISTANT -
Experience A Must For High
Tech Dentist In Pompano
Beach. .Full Time (Monday
Thursday). Fax Resume to
954-941-9552. C
WILL TRAIN HIGHLY
MOTIVATED INDIVIDUAL For
Rewarding Career In Financial
Services. Primerica, a Citi
Company. Call 954-729-0192.
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EMPLOYMENT
WANTED
HOME HEALTH AIDE -
Experienced/Caring Seeking
Position To Care For Sick or
Elderly. Own Transportation.
Will Do Errands. Cathy. 954-
785-1622.3/14


SERVICES
HONEST HANDYMAN -
All Types of Home Repairs
Including Plumbing, Painting,
Electrical, Carpentry, etc. No
Job Too Small. Fast Friendly
Service. Best Reputation In
The Business. Call Today For
Your Free Quote. Licensed and
Insured. 754-366-1915. 3/14
BILL NELSON HOUSE
PAINTING. Interiorand Exterior
Painting. Serving Broward
County Since 1959. Reasonable
Rates. Free Estimates. Licensed
and Insured. Call 954-309-3559.
3/21
SUPER HANDYMAN. Cabinets,
Fans, Locks, Paint, Tile,
Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387. 3/14
GILL'S LAWN CARE Hedge
and tree trimming. Driveway
sealing. Fourth cutting is free.
Call Joe 954-520-4439.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING
SERVICE. Office/Residential.
English/Spanish Speaking
Employees. Morning and Night
Jobs. References Available.
Call For Appointment 954-426-
3963. 3/14
HANDYMAN/REMODELING
-20 Years In Pompano. No Job
Too Large Or Small. Painting,
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths. 954-
295-4118.3/14
PROFESSIONAL PLUMBING
SERVICE State Certified
Contractor. Licensed/Insured.
24 Hour Emergency Service.
Champagne Plumbing Inc. 1-
800-892-1394. 5/16
PRESSURE CLEANING AND
PAINTING. 3 Rooms Walls
Only For $295.00 (includes
Paint). Also Handyman Work.
Free Estimates. Call 954-234-
7111.3/28_
COMPLETE KITCHEN
AND BATH REMODELING.
Artistic Designs For Form and
Function. Cabinet Refacing,
Granite Counters, Custom
Woodworking, Crown Molding,
Plumbing, Electrical, Painting,
Tile, Drywall, Plaster. Call Bill
954-675-8216. 3/21
CLEANING SERVICE For
Offices, Stores, Houses and
Apartments. Cell Phone No.
609-602-8860. 3/14


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Sharp and stunning 2BD/2BA with cathedral
ceilings, laminate wood floors and full size washer
& dryer. Open kitchen with new refrigerator and
stove. Screened in patio with carpet. Wireless
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WILL DRIVE YOU TO
SHOPPING OR WILL SHOP
FOR YOU. Run Errands,
Appointments, Etc. $20/hr.
Two Hour Minimum. Call 954-
678-8066. C
TRANSPORT DRIVER AT
YOUR SERVICE- to Airports,
Shopping, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. 24-7 Days/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
370-1622. C

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
NO. BROWARD Select SM.
EQUIPMENT sales & service
Biz-well established customer
base mgm't. and/or basic
mechanical knowledge helpful
but not necc. $245,000 complete,
terms, Joe W, Woodard, Realtor
954-942-2878. 3/14
A E R O S P A C E
OPPORTUNITIES. The
Smallest, Lightest, Most
Sensitive Ice Detectors In The
World. Manufactured Locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
Operations. www.NewAvionics.
Com. 954-568-1991. C
NOWADDA PHOTO TO YOUR
CLASSIFIED. 20 words and
photo for $20.

CONDOS FOR
SALE
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. 3/14
LIGHTHOUSE POINT EAST
OF US1. 2 BD/2 BA Third floor
Condo With Hurricane Shutters.
Elevator, Heated Pool, Putting
Green. Association Says 55+.
Only $97,000. Florida Sunbelt
Realty. 954-973-6263. 3/14
N. E. FT. LAUDERDALE/
MAYBURY MANSIONS.
Completely Remodeled 1 BD/1
BA Condo. Everything New/Top
Of The Line. Tropical Setting
in Great Location. Huge Pool,
SPA, Club House and More. Low
Maintenance Fees. $154,500.
Call 954-785-9140. 3/14
POMPANO BEACH-WATERS
EDGE. Eighth Floor Furnished
2 BD/2 BA Corner Unit On
ICW/Hillsboro Inlet. Water Views
From Every Room. Building
Restoration Almost Complete.
$549,900. Call 954-946-8633.
3/28


POMPANO BEACH/PALM
AIRE GOLF AND COUNTRY
CLUB. 1,800+ Square Foot 3
BD/2.5 BA Fourth Floor Condo
Overlooking Stunning View
of Golf and Water. See This
Spacious Floor Plan That Has
Recently and Luxuriously Been
Reappointed In The Finest Of
Taste. All For $269,900. Call
Florida Sun Belt Realty. 954-
973-6263. 3/14
POMPANO- LH VILLAGE. 2/2
garage, storm shutters, washer/
dryer, 1st fl., all tile walk to
shopping, grocery & drug stores,
banks, & post office small
community w/pool, tennis, etc.
-children &sm. Pets OK-owner
may assist w/financing or trade
for RV, motorhome, smaller
home, or income property any
area. $214,000 Joe W. Woodard
Broker/Owner 954-942-2878.
3/14
POMPANO BEACH 3 BD/2
BA Condo With Direct Ocean
View. Private Beach. Balcony.
Updated Kitchen and Baths.
$599,000. Richard Salter, Salter
Realty. 954-812-4801. 3/21
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.
Dynasty R.E. C 4/4
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/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 OCEANFRONT
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
LBTS SOUTH LEISURE. 1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright.
Call: 954-493-8894. C

MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
POMPANO BEACH Mobile
Home With Washer and Dryer,
New Bathroom, Upgraded
Windows, Carport and Shed.
Everything New. Must See. Call
954-798-4307. 3/14


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WAREHOUSE
BAYS FOR SALE
DEERFIELD BEACH/DIXIE
AND 42ND ST. -1,000 Sq. Ft.
or2,000 Sq. Ft. Bays. Each With
Office and Bathroom. Zoned
M-1. Owner Will Finance. Call
954-647-1655. 3/14

FOR RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH -
Amazing WATERFRONT 2
BD/2 BA Unfurnished Condo.
Pool. $1,100/mo. (Includes
Cable). Annual Lease. No
Pets. Call 631-885-3342.
3/14

POMPANO BEACH- Emerald
Tower, 1401 S. Ocean Blvd.
1,900 sq. ft. 2 or 3 bedrooms.
Corner unit with wraparound
balcony. Some ocean view.
Private beach. Deep water.
All amenities. $2,200/mo.
Also for sale. Call Joanne
Smith, Balistreri Realty. 954-
418-9977.

POMPANO BEACH Island
Club, 777 S. Fed. Hwy. Gated
community with all amenities.
2/2, with screened patio
overlooking canal. Docks
available for rent. $1,600/mo.
Sorry no trucks or pets. Also
for sale. Call Joanne Smith,
Balistreri Realty. 954-418-
9977.

EAST BOCA 3 BD/2 BA
Home With Double Garage
and Pool. $1,400/mo. Plus
Utilities. Annual Lease. Good
Credit Required. Call 631-
885-3342. 3/14

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 3/14
UNOBSTRUCTED OCEAN
VIEW Split bedroom plan. 2
BD/2 BA. Pompano Atlantis.
Corner Unit. Building has full
amenities. Covered Parking
garage. Huge balcony. Annual
rental. $1,800. Call Julia 954-
261-6657.
POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Apartment With Pool And
Laundry Facilities On Site. Great
Central Location. $675/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-783-
3723.3/14


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Good Credit Required. $875-
900/mo. Lease. 631-885-3342
or Colleen Newshot Realty
954-481-3400. 3/14
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen and 1
BD/1 BA Apartment Available.
500 Feet To Ocean. Laundry
And Pool On Premises. No.
Pets. Call 248-977-2221 or 248-
736-1533. 3/14
DEEP WATER HOME -
HARBOR VILLAGE. 3 BD/2
BA. Garage. 40 Foot Dock With
Electricity and Water. Minutes
To Inlet. $1,895/mo. Annual
Lease. Archway Realty 954-
942-7007. 3/14
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
Realty. 3/14
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA Completely Renovated.
Tile/Carpet. Pool, Gym and
Many More Amenities. 3 1/2
Blocks To Beach. $1,250/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-494-
8927. 3/14
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA Updated Condo. Eastof U.S.
1. Approval Required. $985/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-234-
3644 or 954-234-3646. 3/14
LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA
- 1 BD/1.5 BA Partly Furnished
Co-OpOnA1 A- WhittierTowers.
Boat Dock When Available.
Private Beach Access. $900/mo.
Annual Lease. Available May
1st. Call 518-522-4446. 3/14
POMPANO BEACH Fully
Furnished 1 BD/1 BA Condo
With Balcony. Located Between
ICW and A1 A. Pool and Laundry
Facilities on Site. $900/mo. Call
954-263-0825. 3/14

ROOMMATE
WANTED
PROFESSIONAL WANTED
To Share Waterfront Mobile
Home in Pompano Beach.
Non-Smoker. References and
Cleanliness a Must. $630/mo.
Includes Everything. Call 954-
783-3122.3/14

CONDO TAG SALE
SATURDAY-MARCH 15,2008
From 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. at GAV
South, 2350 N.E. 14th Street,
Pompano Beach. Parking In
Church Lot Next Door. 3/14

FOR SALE
GOLF CLUBS- CALLAWAY X-
20 IRONS. 3-PW. Steel Shafts.
Excellent Shape. Five Months
Old. $500 OBO. Call 954-326-
3356. 3/14

GUITARS WANTED
WILL PAY CASH FOR
GUITARS Reputable Dealer
- 35 Years In South Florida. Call
Ron 954-290-2082. 3/14




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VEHICLES
WANTED
ONEMAN'SJUNKISANOTHER
MAN'S TREASURE!!!
Wanted.... All Vehicles. Running
Or Not! Used, Wrecked and
Junk! Top Dollar Paid!!!! All
Makes/Models. Free Pick Up.
954-588-7501. 3/14

HEALTH AND
FITNESS
SENIORCIZE Every Tuesday
and Friday From 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M. at Leading Lady
Fitness, 1616 S. Cypress Road,
Pompano Beach. Call 954-545-
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Saturday
APril 2.1:00 PM
Hrbour Beach Marrriott
Ft. Lauderdale
Local Homes Include:
1056 NE 34th Street
Oakland Park
3BR, 2 BA,1400SF
Agent: Trish Ranta, Prudential Florida
WCI Realty, 954-868-7270
1337 NE 35 Street
Oakland Park
4 BR, 2 BA, 2072 SF
Agent: Dottie Miles, Coldwell
Banker, (954) 771-2600
833 NW 28th Street
Wilton Manors
3 BR, 2 BA, 1450 SF
Agent: Laurie Davies, The Keyes
Company RItors, (561) 750-1000

OPEN HOUSE
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POMPANO BEACH
WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS,March 4
18 HOLE GROUP
1st Sandra Doherty, Alberta Bove,
Tilda Nankin, Maggie Evans ... 59
2nd Beverly Baran, Sue Juliano, An-
nette Pomante, Lois Lakehomer... 60
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1st Pat Haag . 35
2nd Carolyn Kastelic . 36
3rd- Gwen Jackson, Joanne Price... 38
CLASS B
1st Eileen Wankmuller . 33
2nd Kathy Gardner . 36
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Workshops help homeowner groups apply for landscape grants


Broward County will con-
duct workshops for hom-
eowner groups to apply for
Broward Beautiful Commu-
nity Grants program. The next
workshop is Monday, April 7,
6:30 p.m. at North Regional
Library, 1100 Coconut Creek
Blvd.
Broward Beautiful Commu-
nity Grants support local ef-
forts to implement landscape
enhancement projects improv-


ing the beauty and environ-
ment of the community.
Grant projects must be vis-
ible to the general public. At
least 60 percent of the project
must consist of Florida native
plants and no invasive plants
or annual plants may be used.
Only homeowner associa-
tions, condominium asso-
ciations, civic associations,
religious organizations and
other not-for-profit, organiza-


tions may apply.
Grants funds are paid on
a reimbursement basis fol-
lowing project installation by
applicant.
Except in designated
disadvantaged communities,
applicants must match grant
funds on a one to one basis,
in cash, donations or in-kind
services.
No match is required for
projects in designated disad-


vantaged communities.
Applicants must provide
for the perpetual care of the
project. The minimum grant
amount is $1,500; the maxi-
mum grant amount is $7,500.
Community Grant applica-
tions must be submitted by
June 6, 2008.
Applications are available
online at www.broward.org/
bio. Call 954-201-2600.


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