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Hometown News & Views


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Gainesville FL 32611


APRIL 11, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POIh.- ..-,--- -- .. Vol. XIV, Issue 15
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Briefs


North Broward

Democratic Club

Meeting
The public is invited to hear
candidates for State House Districts
91 and 92 speak at 7:30 p.m. on Wed.,
April 23 at the North Broward Demo-
cratic Club meeting.
The meeting will be held at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6 St., Pompano Beach. Refresh-
ments will be served. The meeting is
free and no reservations are necessary.
Call 954-785-0960.

Pompano

awarded

$712,900 for

reuse water

project
The South Florida Water Manage-
ment District, or SFWMD, recently
awarded $712,900 to Pompano Beach
to expand its reclaimed water distri-
bution system and reduce reliance on
traditional water sources.
The city will use the funding
for two projects that will provide an
estimated 200,000 gallons per day of
reclaimed water for irrigation, which
now draws on potable, or-drinking
Continued on page 22


Tip This Cop!


TIPA COP'- Officer Matias of the Hillsboro Police Department takes an order while little
Ella Szesnat looks on. Police officers from throughout Broward County, including Pom-
pano Beach BSO officers and deputies, volunteered their time at Bru's Room in Pompano
Beach to serve food and drinks to customers. The fund raiser benefits Broward County
Special Olympics games. Customers offered tips to cops that were used as donations to
the Special Olympics program. See story on page 15.

Pompano Beach committee works to
maintain historic nature of buildings


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Marion Phelps, chairman of the
Pompano Beach Historic Preserva-
tion Committee, says her board's
job is to promote "historic preserva-


tion in town and establish historic
registers."
But unlike other boards in the
city, this group has term limits
ascribed to its charter by a state


Continued on page 18


Pompano Beach takes on the fight against

cancer with the Annual Relay for Life this

weekend at Pompano Beach High School

Community garage sale tops off marathon against cancer


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

More than 100 people will par-
ticipate in this weekend's Relay for
Life, an annual fundraiser for fighting
cancer.
Sponsored by the American
Cancer Society, Relay for Life brings
more than money into the battle for all
kinds of cancer.


Darren DeBolt, chair of the Pom-
pano Beach event says, "The money
stays in Broward County to help
cancer victims locally with treatment,
outreach, research and support."
On Friday night, teams come to-
gether to honor survivors of cancer.
Pompano Beach High School stu-
dents have formed nine teams. The Re-
lay takes place at the Pompano Beach
High School football field at 6 p.m. on,


April 11 with opening ceremonies.
John Knox Village will sponsor a
dinner at the field to honor survivors.
Debolt says that all cancer survi-
vors are welcome to attend the event
and the dinner. There is no charge, but
he asks that all survivors register at the
football field between 5 and 6 p.m.
A luminaria ceremony to remember
Continued on page 11


LBTS to buy

ATVs for

volunteers to

patrol beach
Taxpayers could face $200,000
in liability warns new attorney if
town takes on responsibility

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
In response to a number of recent
near drownings at the beach in town,
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea commission-
ers agreed to authorize the Volun-
teer Fire Department to spend up to

Continued on page 4

PB fighter
contract signed

after one year of

negotiations
By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
This week, Pompano Beach Com-
missioners unanimously approved a
contract proposal between the city and
local 1549 of the Professional Fire
Fighters Association which terminates
Continued on page 2

Deerfield Beach

prayer issue may

go to voters in

November
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Proponents of clergy-led prayer
at city commission meetings may
have won a round in Deerfield Beach
recently.
Commissioners agreed that City
Attorney Andy Maurodis should draw
up a resolution placing the matter on
the November election ballot, as a
straw vote, a non-binding referendum.
District 1 Commissioner Pam Mi-
litello suggested the grass roots poll
after audience members again spoke
for and against clergy-led prayer. The
issue has been a continuing discussion
Continued on page 11


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Fire contract In the new contract sala- AWARDED a contract certs at the city amphitheatre. School Board of Broward
Ire Contract ries for starting fire fighters ,for $186,766.40 to Weakley APPROVED city staff County for summer food
Continued from page 1 are $45,073 or $49,365 for Asphalt Paving for the sealing to execute a contract with the service.
those with paramedic duties. and resurfacing runways and Florida Department of Educa- APPROVED the ap-
on Sept. 30. The contract had been taxiways at the city air park. tion for summer food service pointments of Lisa Cama-
The agreement calls for
a three and a half percent previously approved by the APPROVED the reas- for summer programs in the cho, Carolyn Rhone and
increase in basic pay, retroac- fire fighters' union. signment of a lease between city. Jean McPhail Flon to the
tiveto Oct. 1, 2007 when the In other action, city cornm- the city and Fantasma Produc- APPROVED city staff Community Development
So ct., missioners: tions to Live Nation for con- to execute a contract with the Advisory Committee.
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board as budget meetings get underway


By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
In a 4 to 1 vote, Com-
missioner George Brummer
dissenting, Pompano Beach
reinstated the city's budget
review board.
The board, appointees of
the city commission, was dis-
banded a few years ago under
City Manager Bill Hargett.
Board members review the
proposed city budget and
make recommendations to
the city at budget workshops.
The intent is to include citizen


input into the overall budget.
By city charter, it is City
Manager Keith Chadwell's
duty to present a balanced
budget to the commission for
approval.
Brummer, a former mem-
ber of the city's budget review
committee said, "It is not our
job to formulate a balanced
city budget. He [Chadwell]
does not need others telling
him how to do his job."
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell tried to amend the
resolution to allow review
board members to have access


to city department heads, but
that was defeated.
Mayor Lamar Fisher
explained that a commit-
tee member of any advisory
board should seek informa-
tion through the city manag-
er's office.
Commissioners will
nominate candidates to serve
on the budget review adviso-
ry board at a future meeting.
City workshops for the
2008-09 budget began this
month.
Chadwell says it's "like-
ly" that some positions and
some services could be cut.
"We have given depart-
ment heads revenue targets
based on what we receive, but
there could be adjustments,"
said Chadwell.
The city and county
budgets must be complete by
Oct. 1, 2008.
Interested candidates for
the budget review committee
can call the city at 954-786-
4662 for applications or visit
the city's website at www.
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea hires Fort Lauderdale legal firm


By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea approved
the hiring of a new town
attorney this week selecting
their only candidate for the
position.
The vote was 3-2 in favor
of hiring the firm Weiss,
Serota, Helfman, Pastoriza,
Cole & Boniske. Commis-
sioners Birute Clottey and
Stuart Dodd voted no because
they felt the position should
be re-advertised in order to
have more than one choice.
Although two firms sub-
mitted proposals, only one,
Weiss Serota, sent representa-
tives to make a presentation
at a commission workshop
session last week. The sec-
ond, Mitchell Kraft, report-
edly had a scheduling conflict


Cresthaven

group to

discuss

upcoming

hurricane

season

Pompano Beach Emer-
gency Management Coordina-
tor Kimberly Spill will share
information, helpful hints and
new programs for the 2008
hurricane season at the Cres-
thaven Neighborhood Watch
meeting on Thursday, April
17, 7:30 p.m., social hall of St.
Elizabeth Church, 901 N.E.
33rd St., Pompano Beach.
The meeting is open to the
public.
Spill recently returned
from a National Hurricane
Conference where fed-
eral, state and local officials
exchanged ideas and rec--
ommended new policies to
improve emergency manage-
ment.
Spill, a former hazard mit-
igation specialist for Deerfield
Beach and a field officer for
the Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency, or FEMA, is
responsible for storm recovery
operations in the event of an
emergency or hurricane.
The 2008 hurricane
season begins June 1 and runs
through November 30.
Also scheduled to speak
at the meeting is Broward
County Court Judge Julio E.
Gonzalez, who is the lead
judge in the County's Domes-
tic Violence Court.
Call 954-732-5500.


and could not attend.
At the workshop, com-
missioners agreed to direct the
town manager to start negotia-
tions with Weiss Serota.
Partner Richard Weiss said
the firm was started 17 years
ago when they saw a need for
a firm to work for local.gov-
ernments. They currently rep-
resent 16 cities, including the
"quality coastal communities
of Bal Harbour, Key Biscayne
and Marco Island."
In Broward County, they
represent Weston and Mira--
mar.
If chosen in LBTS, Weiss
said one person would be the
town attorney. He said he
doesn't believe in over-law-
yering a town. "Get too many
lawyers involved, and fees go
through the roof," he said.
The town would have the
backup of other lawyers in


the firm and wouldn't have to
go to an outside firm. Many
large cities often call on Weiss
Serota for their expertise, he
said.
"If you need a big gun,
they will be back at the fort."
he said.
The firm has 50 lawyers.
At the meeting Weiss
introduced Daniel L. Ab-
bott, a partner in the firm,
whom he has selected to be
the LBTS attorney. He is a
former in-house city attorney
in Hollywood who specializes
in government and general
litigation.
Weiss said his firm is not
political. He said he had read
a lot about the commission
and knows they're interested
in police and fire. His firm has
been involved in the start-up
of police and fire departments
in Key Biscayne and Aventura.


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The firm has specialists
in many areas, including code
enforcement and litigation.
Weiss said they pride them-
selves on service. "We love
what we do. We're very good
at what we do, and we enjoy
it. We enjoy working with city
staffs."
Commissioner Jim Silver-
stone said he found it strange
and was shocked that the
town had only two responses
to its request for proposals.
Weiss said there aren't
that many firms that do this
work. There are others but not
lots and lots. There are people
who sort of dabble in this."


"We need someone who
will treat the manager and
commission with respect,"
Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee
said.
Dodd told Weiss he wants
the town attorney "... to
express the letter of the law,
not what you think we want
to hear."
Weiss responded that
sometimes the law is not that
clear. "We don't have time to
play politics or test the winds.
We give straight answers.
Each of you will be pissed off
at us once in awhile."
"Is it your job to defend

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ATVs


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$20,000 to buy two ATVs, or
All Terrain Vehicles, for use in
patrolling the beach. The VFD
must provide the necessary
liability insurance.
The motion passed by a 4
to 1 vote at Tuesday's meet-
ing, Mayor Roseann Minnet
dissenting.
"We have to do something
and do it quickly," Com-
missioner Stuart Dodd said,
noting that six people had near
drownings and needed rescu-
ing recently.
"One death is too many on
our beaches in this town. We
have to do something," Dodd
said, as he lobbied for safety
equipment to be placed at the
portals.
"Ultimately, the VFD can
be trained to help the town so
we don't have to spend $1.4
million on lifeguard stands,"
Dodd said. He asked for a
workshop session to discuss


the issues as soon as possible.
'In the meantime, he suggested
providing a small surfboard,
float or beach rescue equip-
ment.
VFD Chief Robert Per-
kins said the ATVs could be
equipped with a rescue board,
megaphone, flags, GPS and
radios.
"The volunteers could
do some preventive actions,
though they're not trained
as lifeguards," said VFD Lt.
Scott Fowler. Fowler has
worked as a lifeguard in Bro-
ward County for 31 years and
is an ocean rescue lifesaving
instructor.
Fowler said with the
ATVs, volunteers could ride
up and down the beach and
alert swimmers to dangerous
conditions or put safety cones
out. "Rip current areas show
themselves when there are
low tides in the middle of the
day," he said.
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caught in rip tides. They also Commissioner Jim Sil-
notified 3,803 people that the verstone said he tried unsuc-
water was dangerous and they cessfully to get a flag system
should gather their children. at the beach a couple of years
In Lauderdale-By-The- ago after he saw a 63-year-
Sea, a Canadian man was old wash up on the shore
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Providing the ATVs would something proactively."
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$200,000 in liability, and a liti-
gant also could go to the state
legislature to try to-get more.
Dan Abbott, the town's
new attorney, said in a recent
Supreme Court case, the court
ruled that if sections of a pub-
lic beach are open to swim-
ming, the town would be held
to providing "reasonable care.
You may have the responsibili-
ty to notify people of dangers,"
he said.
"So we may be liable
now," Clottey said, agreeing
with other commissioners that
something needs to be done.
"There is a need, and life
is priceless," said Minnet. "But
we need to give staff some
time to come up with budget
figures and research the liabil-
ity issue."
She said the commis-
sion was rushing into this and
should instead work with the
manager, town attorney and
staff.
"Let's trust staff to do a
good job as always," Dodd
countered.
"We need to put a whole
package together with some-
thing as important as life,"
Minnet said as she hesitated
and then cast the lone 'no' vote
against providing the funding
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to celebrate

Earth Day

Deerfield Beach volunteers and
Dixie Divers, will hold a International
Fishing Pier clean up Saturday, April
19, at 8 a.m. in conjunction with Earth
Day.
Divers will clean debris from be-
neath the pier. Volunteers are needed
to help collect and dispose of the
refuse. For more, call Recycling Spe-
cialist Cheryl Miller, 954-480-4454.



Celebrate Eco-

Days at Fern

Forest and learn

more about the

environment

Get into Ecoation Days at Fern
Forest and learn more about your
native environment.
Events take place on the first Sat-
urday of the month at Fern Forest
and on the third Saturday at Deer-
field Island.
Volunteers will clean natural areas
of garbage and invasive plants at the
parks. Wear long pants, closed-toe
shoes, hats and gloves.
Volunteers should bring sunscreen
, insect repellent and drinking water.
To register, call 954-970-0150 for
Fern Forest and 954-360-1320.


Wilton Manors activist Paul A. Kuta volunteers

his skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to the town


Phyllis J.
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your suggestions
about people
you know who
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difference. Call
954-783-8700 to
suggest a can-
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors certainly lucked
out in 1996 when Paul A. Kuta be-
came a resident and homeowner in the
town. Newly retired from a career as
a management and budget officer in
the Pentagon, Washington D.C., Kuta
moved into this little town of 12,000
residents where he quickly became the
consummate volunteer according to
many of its well known civic leaders.
Diane R. Cline, president of the
Historical Society, says, "I approached
Paul the first time he attended and
spoke at a commission meeting and
showed interest in the community.
He soon became a very dedicated,
passionate, hard working volunteer in
Wilton Manors."
Secretary of the Historical Soci-
ety, Ben Little, calls Kuta "the real
conscience for the city commission.
Paul has no personal agenda. The city
comes first. He's selfless and works
endlessly for the city. He scrutinizes
every new idea and often becomes
the facilitator for new projects. Paul
always makes time to recognize and
appreciate the efforts of others."
Wilton Manors City Manager,
Joseph L. Gallegos echoes their
enthusiasm, saying "We're glad Paul
is involved with our city. He spends
considerable amount of time giving us
the benefit of his many years of ser-
vice in the Department of Defense. He
continues to have good ideas which


Paul Kuta is shown presenting an
award to Ben Little, secretary of the
Wilton Manors Historical Society.
Below with Wilton Manors Mayor
Scott Newton.


we often put into practice."
What's Kuta done to deserve these
accolades?
He has served on Wilton Man-
ors Budget Review Committee for
11 years, chairing it for seven. He
was secretary treasurer for the Wil-
ton Manors Civic Association until it
disbanded in 2006. Kuta became chair
of the Veterans Advisory Committee
in 1999 and continues to help plan the
annual Veterans Day ceremony. He
says, "I'm proud of our Veterans Me-
morial right in the heart of the city."
In 2001, Kuta became involved
with the Friends of the Library and
is now the group's vice president for
community relations as well as chair
for the library's-book fairs and tent "
events,
"The Friends of the Library and


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the Wilton Manors Historical Society
are my two favorite causes," he says
flashing his warm smile.
"I've been treasurer of our His-
torical Society since 2003, and cur-
rently I am excited by the opening of
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Free lecture on prehistoric Florida

visitors at Historical Society on

April 16 at Hood Center

By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
On Wednesday, April 16, the Pompano Beach Historical Society will
host a public program featuring guest speaker Dr. Michele Williams,
archaeologist and director of the Southeastern Region of Florida Public
Archaeology Network at Florida Atlantic University.
She will take the audience back in time; to long before South Florida
was connected to the rest of the nation by Henry Flagler's railroad, and
prior to Florida's "discovery" by European explorers.
Dr. Williams will discuss the people who began visiting and living in
South Florida over 10,000 years ago.
Those coming to the program will learn about these prehistoric snow-
birds and the evidence they left as they made seasonal rounds throughout
the United States.
Michele Williams, Ph.D., RPA, has participated in archaeological ex-
cavations throughout the southeastern United States for the past 20 years.
Her specialty within archaeology is the use of plants by prehistoric Native
Americans.
The program begins at 7 p.m. at the Dick & Miriam Hood Center, 217
NE 4 Ave., Pompano Beach. There is no admission charge and free parking
in the immediate area. Call 954-782-3015.


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Thank you Pompano Beach for

the Marine Band performance

My sincere thanks to the mayor and to the city commissioners of
Pompano Beach for the recent visit and performance of the United States
Marine Corps 2d Band out of Camp LeJeune. NC. Also, my congratu-
lations to Sandra King, city public information officer and Chris Sisto
of parks & recreation for their fantastic planning and arrangement of a
wonderful weekend for both the residents of Pompano Beach and the
members of the US Marine Corps Band.
As a 30-year resident of Pompano, never have I had the honor and
privilege of attending such a fantastic event sponsored by the city. I was
fortunate enough to attend a "Meet & Greet" party hosted by Galuppi's
Restaurant at the golf course on the Friday evening before the concert. It
was a pleasure seeing all the residents who came out to meet these fine
young men and women of our military. All of the band members and
senior staff officers were delighted to mingle among the civilians in at-
tendance.
On Saturday evening before the concert, I was also in attendance at
a dinner at the Civic Center arranged by Sandra King and Chris Sisto.
Once again, to sit and dine with these young Marines and hear their "war
stories" from Iraq and Afghanistan was extremely inspirational and made
me proud to be an American!
The concert at the Amphitheatre on Saturday night was the true high-
light of the weekend. From the very beginning with the presentation of
Colors by the Color Guard, the National Anthem and the many songs that
followed was truly an emotional and memorable event for all, military
and non-military alike. Towards the end of their performance, the band
played the "The Medley of the Armed Forces" saluting the present and
past members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.
I don't think there was a dry eye among the nearly 3,000 in attendance
waving small United States flags!
Finally, my heartfelt thanks to the Members of the United States
Marine Corps Band from Camp Lejeune for their visit to Pompano Beach
during our Centennial year. What an inspiring and memorable occasion to
be a part of while our young soldiers are at war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
God Bless the Marines, all the soldiers and of course, the good old USA!


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Opinions and Editorials


Friday, April 11., 2008


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Friday. Anril 11, 2008


LBTS
attorney
Continued from page 3
the town or us?" Silverstone
asked.
Weiss said that is a gray
area. "We represent the town,
and the majority of the com-
mission determines the posi-
tion of the commission."
"If we say something
wrong, will you correct us?"
Silverstone asked. "If you
direct us to correct people,
we will," Weiss said. "We do
everything not to embarrass
elected officials."
Mayor Roseann Minnet


Special to The Pelican
On Tuesday, April 15,
Deputy Appraisers from the
Broward County Property
Appraiser's Office will be in
Deerfield Beach to assist with
Homestead, senior and other
property tax exemption ap-
plications.
The community outreach
event will be held at Deerfield
Beach City Hall, 150 NW 20
Ave., from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. The outreach program
is designed to provide conve-
nient and accessible service


asked Weiss if the firm has
handled any litigation with
Burt J. Harris claims or emi-
nent domain cases.
Weiss said Mitchell Burn-
stein deals with these cases
and has defended "tons" of
eminent domain cases.
McIntee asked Weiss his
views on the Burt J. Harris
Act.
Weiss said, "I was fine
with eminent domain rules
the way they were. I like
things that give local govern-
ments power. Burt J. Harris
takes power away from local
governments."
At an earlier workshop


to the residents of Broward
County. All outreach events
are open to the public.
Documents required to
file a Homestead Exemp-
tion 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 permanent residency.
Qualified residents 65
years of age or older as of
January 1, 2008 may also ap-
ply for the additional Senior


Weiss introduced Alan
Gabriel, the attorney he had
previously planned to assign
to LBTS.
Gabriel said he has
served as special magistrate
in town for the past year and
has developed a knowledge
of the town. He said he has
appeared before the town
on a minor matter involv-
ing Shore Court, a proposed
development. He said he no
longer represents that client.
Weiss said if the firm
were selected, they would do
no further private representa-
tion. "We would never repre-
sent a client while serving as
town attorney."


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, if one
does not file income taxes,
copy of 2007 Social Security
1099 Form.
For further information,
visit the county website at
www.bcpa.net or contact
the Outreach Department by
phone at 954-357-5579 or
email at kbrown@bcpa.net.


"If
we say
something
wrong, will
you correct
US?" Commis-
sioner Silver-
stone during
interview with
attorney ap-
plying for town
position


McIntee objected to
Gabriel's selection since he
had represented a developer
in town.
Weiss said he was disap-
pointed that McIntee didn't
want Gabriel as town attor-
ney but said he would select
someone else. "He's a fine
attorney."
Gabriel is the town at-
torney for Marco Island. He
is the former chairman of the


planning and zoning board in
Fort Lauderdale.
Clottey suggested the
town re-advertise to obtain
more proposals for the posi-
tion.
Colon said re-advertising
would cost another $1,300
to $1,400 and take another
month. "We have notice (of
resignation) from our town
attorney. We need to get our
house in order. We have a
lot of important decisions to
make."
Colon reminded commis-
-sioners that the budget season
starts soon. "We followed
a process, and those who
wanted to work here followed
the process and did what they
were supposed to do. Now
they're going to do it again?
I'd like to see us get our team
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LBTS BSO

chief to discuss

identity theft

at chamber

breakfast

Broward Sheriff's Office Chief
Scott Gooding will speak on "Identity
Theft" at a breakfast of the Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea Chamber of Com-
merce at 8 a.m. Wednesday, April
16, at Jarvis Hall, 4501 Ocean Drive,
Lauderdale-By-The=Sea.
Bank United and Danto Builders
are sponsoring the event. For more
information or to make a reservation,
call 954-776-1000.



Florida Shores

Bank to host

shred day
As identity theft rises, business
owners and private citizens are turn-
ing to the shredding machines before
discarding their mail and other written
records.
Florida Shores Bank, 400 N. Fed-
eral Hwy. will be on hand Saturday,
April 19, to make the process a little
easier with a shredder truck that will
be on the property from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. The event is free and open to the
public. Refreshments will be avail-
able. Call 954-876-2300.


Visit or revisit Ireland with Boots Kenney on her

customized, escorted tour from Sept. 14 Sept. 26

Isle of Mystic
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buggy ride.


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Visit Ireland with Boots Kenney,
a seasoned Irish American escort, this
fall! Boots Kenney has been with Ad-
venture Travel, 2451 E. Atlantic Blvd.,
for nine years and before that with We-
ber's since 1986 until it merged with
Adventure Travel. And she's taken at
least 10 groups on personal tours of
the 'Isle of Mystic Beauty.'
"I try to take a group to Ireland,
the land that claims 32 shades of
green, every other year. There are
always repeaters on my trips because
I change the itinerary every time," she
says. I know Ireland well and often
highlight sights and places seldom
seen on other tours."
One reason she's so familiar with
this country is Leenane Lodge B &
B in County Galway which she owns
and at which she will host an after-
noon tea to this tour. Kenney elabo-


rates, We'll enjoy a narrated cata-
maran cruise on the Connemara Lady
through Killary, Ireland's only fjord,
during which we will see a variety of
seabirds, seals and otters. Then we'll
stop at our lodge which is a 366 year
old stone structure. My group will
love exploring the lodge just as previ-
ous tourists have."
A few of the many places this
tour will visit include the Cliffs of Mo-
her, Kylemore Abbey with its famous
chapel and gardens, a ferry ride to
and tour of Clare Island, Ballintubber
Abbey, Belvedere House and on to
Dublin.
Take a guided walk in historic
Dublin. Pay a visit to Guinness Store-
house to see how famous stout was
created and then enjoy free time in
Dublin. While in Dublin attend a Shin-
dig ( 5-course dinner and show) at Old
Jameson Distillery.
On to Glendalough, the historical
St. Kevin's 6th century monastery and


a stop at the Waterford Crystal factory
to see the many stages it takes to cre-
ate this famous crystal.
Of course there will be the chance
to kiss the 'Stone of Eloquence' at
Blarney Castle, stop at Blarney Wool-
en Mills, see the surprising palm trees
in Glengarriff, the wonders of Killar-
ney, the Dingle Peninsula, Bunratty
Folk Park and more.
The tour, limited to 30 people, is
customized for both the first timer and
the repeat visitor, "I was in Ireland in
February and made all of the reserva-
tions for this trip. Prices and places
are confirmed in one inclusive package
with no surprise options. All meals,
accommodations, and entrance fees for
all attractions are included," she says
adding, "The only additional expense
is airfare and personal purchases like
drinks and gifts."
The group will be touring in a
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The price for 10 days is
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"a real bargain if one thinks
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arrangements this winter, this
trip would cost much, much


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Kuta
Continued from page 5
the Richardson Historic Park
in our town. I look forward
to the completion of improve-
ments in the Manor House
and Carriage House on the
site and to the eventual open-
ing to the public."
Kuta attends most city
commission meetings and is
always concerned about the
fiscal well being of the city.
"I like to think I offer
constructive advice at these
meetings," he says, "My lat-
est concern is our new city
hall/police station which will
be built on Wilton Drive. I
oppose commercial develop-
ment on the city owned land


adjacent to the new government
center."
Kuta is very proud of the
newly renovated and expanded
library which reopened in 2003
and remains independently run.
He says, "The Friends of
the Library paid for 80 percent
of the furnishings in this attrac-
tive building and also for the
computers which are getting
hearvy use. We try to handle
the library's needs that are not
covered in the budget."
No job is too unimportant
for Kuta which explains why
he's often seen hauling the
donated books for the sales and
events to and from the storage
facility.
What motivates this volun-
teer?
"I was raised in a family


where contributing to one's
community was part of
everyday life. I recognize
all of the valuable contribu-
tions made by those Wilton
Manors residents who came
before me. Now, it is my
turn to offer my time and
talents to help keep Wilton
Manors the great place it
continues to be. I respect
the role that volunteers have
played in our Island City and
I like the close interaction
that a resident can have with
our elected officials and city
staff in my urban village."
Thank you Paul Kuta,
for your continued contri-
butions to your new home
town.


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'All Florida' award


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FSPA, for its outstanding tele-
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The "All-Florida" is the
highest honor given by FSPA,
and was awarded to Deerfield
Beach High for the In-School
News Program category.
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at every commission meet-
ing since early February with
dozens of prayer proponents
protesting the commission's
decision to absent the clergy
from the agenda. Currently,
Mayor Al Capellini offers a
brief invocation before the
meetings which makes no
reference to any deity.
Opposing Militello's posi-
tion was District 3 Commis-
sioner Marty Popelsky who
argued the commission should
make its own decisions. "You
voted for us to make deci-
sions," Popelsky told the au-
dience. "We should make the
decision and shouldn't pass
the buck."
Militello replied, "When
it is such a heartfelt issue,
the citizens should be able to
speak. This gives everyone
an opportunity to vote in the
privacy of the voting booth.
It's very fair."
The Liberty Council has
offered to help the city write
a ruling with regard to clergy-
led prayer and furthermore
will defend the city at no
charge if the ruling is chal-
lenged in court. City Attorney
Andy Maurodis said there is
a remote chance that the city
would be responsible for pre-
vailing party legal fees which
could occur if the city were
sued under certain federal
statutes, and lost.
The US Supreme Court
has ruled in favor of clergy-led
prayer in government build-
ings and has footnoted the rul-
ing with references to non sec-
tarian prayers. Maurodis said
now it appears the Supreme
Court's ruling is "slightly in
favor of clergy-led prayer."
But he added, "Reasonable
people can disagree on this."
District 2 Commissioner
Sylvia Poitier said she was ,
concerned that certain preach-
ers would pray to Jesus based
on comments she has heard.
Poitier also noted she saw
none of the city's oldest reli-
gious institutions represented
in the audience.
The largest contingent
asking that the clergy give the
invocation are from Christian
Love Fellowship and the af-
filiated South Florida Bible
College in Deerfield Beach.
Maurodis said he would
present the commission with a
resolution at the first meeting
in May.
The decision to remove
clergy-led prayer from com-
mission agendas came after
ACLU representatives ques-
tioned the practice and threat-
ened a lawsuit.


Deerfield Beach P & Z

board denies expansion

plans for seafood restaurant

Parking and traffic flow were the issues when the owners
of Agua Seafood and Steak applied to the planning and zon-
ing board for an addition to their building at 1967 NE 2 Street,
Deerfield Beach.
Board Chairman Dan Poitier was concerned about the one-
year lease with USA Parking for spaces in the parking garage
and Marti McGeary said the "S" curve in front of the location
already presents problems with traffic.
Architect John Lamb was requesting another 576 square
feet be added to the existing 2,960 square feet, formerly a pizza
parlor, in order to build a sit-down restaurant. But the site does
not have enough parking spaces and is situatied just west of
Island Water Sports, directly on the A1A "S" curve.
"There is a real traffic flow problem there. My heart goes
out to them, but I can't justify going with their plans," Mc-
Geary said.
Attorney Tom Connick, representing a resident whose
home abuts the building, spoke of noise and lighting and
pointed out that leases for the parking garage contain the provi-
sion that either party can cancel with 60 days notice. "The site
is not compatible with a restaurant of this type," he concluded.
The application failed by a 4 to 3 vote.



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all victims who have lost their
battles with cancer are re-
membered with a lap around
the field. The field will be
lined with luminaries of paper
bags with lighted candles
inside.
The first lap will be for
the survivors who will wear
special medallions, sponsored
by Dr. James J. Polito and the
Hillsboro Beach Lodge No.
61.
The event is open to the
public and will continue all
night. Throughout the night,
there will be raffles, entertain-
ment, celebrations, speakers
and other activities such as
bingo and other games.
DeBolt encourages all
people to attend and remem-
ber and support this challenge
against one of the major kill-
ers of people of all ages.
"My family has not been
afflicted with cancer, but
many of my friends have
been. I can't sit back and
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security for Broward Health,
formerly the North Broward
Hospital District.
On Saturday morning at
the football field, Relay for
Life volunteers will host a
community garage sale open
to the public. That sale runs
from 7 to 9 a.m. All proceeds
will benefit Relay for Life.
This year's theme is
"Celebrate, Remember, Fight
Back."
For more information on
the Pompano Beach Rely for
Life, call 954-593-0301.
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to benefit NE
Focal Point
NE Focal Point CASA,
Inc. will present Cuisine of
the Region, a food and wine
tasting on April 23 at the
Deerfield Country Club.
This special evening will
'Celebrate Our Community'
with wine and dinner 'by the
bite' offering a showcase of
Florida's regional cuisine cre-
ated by top chefs from Cove
Marina and Restaurant, Darrel
& Oliver's Cafe Maxx, Deer-
field Country Club, Deerfield
Hilton, Edible Creations,
Hillsboro Club, Hot Tomatoe,
JB's Blue Water Grill, JB's
on the Beach, Royal Palm
Country Club, Temptations
and several wine purveyors
with wines from around the
world.
Event chairs are Bill Gir-
oux,Richard Sales and Joan
Gould. the auction committee,
chaired by Cathy Giroux and
Terry Murchie, will present
a display of. silent and live
auction items, such as Ameri-
can Airlines tickets, a football
autographed by Florida Atlan-
tic University's football team
and Coach Schnellenberger,
Florida Marlins items, and
many other sports memorabil-
ia. Also available for auction
throughout the evening will
be 'Baskets of Cheer,' gift
certificates to local restaurants
and attractions, and weekends
away for two.
Tickets are $50 in ad-
vance and $60 at the door.
The event runs from 5:30 to 9
p.m. at the Deerfield Country
Club, 50 Fairway Drive in
Deerfield Beach.
The event benefits the
N.E. Focal Point Children's,
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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
On the theory that you
never know until you ask,
dozens of people carried in
their prized possessions for
appraisal recently at The Ho-
rizon Club in Deerfield Beach.
Most left with their curiosity.
satisfied; few with the pros-
pect of heavier wallets.
Tim Luke and Greg
Strahm who bill themselves
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and Brac saw everything from
art work to antique dolls to
signed memorabilia.
There are many reasons
to get family heirlooms ap-
praised said Virginia Utley, a
gemologist who assists Luke
and Strahm. Your things may


not be worth a fortune but to
make equitable distribution to
family and friends from your
estate, it is good to know
what they are worth.
If it turns out that you do
own a valuable piece, ap-
praisers will steer you to the
best buyers and help you get
the best price, she said.
"You just never know
what will walk in," Utley
said. "In Hobe Sound the
other day, two sisters brought
in an antique ruby and
emerald bracelet I valued at
$60,000. The fun thing was
one wanted to sell; the other
didn't, while a niece stood
by and hoped it would be
bequeathed to her."
Glenda Lee had lugged
in a hand carved, oak Vic-


Janyce Becker honored by Deerfield Beach Chamber

By Judy Wilson'


PELICAN WRITER
Nearly 200 partygoers
turned out Saturday night to
fete Deerfield Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce Executive
Director Janyce Becker who
is marking 10 years on the
job. The evening was held at
the Deerfield Beach Hilton
and highlighted by raffles of
Tiffany jewelry, 'extreme'
auction items such as a ca-
tered party at a magnificent
mansion on the Hillsboro
Inlet and continuous perfor-
mances by La Mystique who
had revelers on the dance
floor most of the evening.


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Beach Mayor Al Capellini (at the podium) and emcee Gil
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only $75. Others had higher
hopes. Lila Levine and Juan
Lopez of Deerfield Beach had
brought in two framed pieces
of art with the hopes they
were the work of a famous
painter. Strahm was unsure
and went on the phone to find
them someone who could
judge the authenticity of the
paintings. "Your art work
needs to go to New York," he
told Levine.
One of the more interest-
ing pieces of the afternoon
was a Hubley toy, a cast iron
Santa's elf in a sleigh being
drawn by a reindeer. The paint
and gilt had long ago wore
away but the toy's charm was
still apparent to its owner Jack
Swager of Boca Raton. Not,
so much to Luke who figured
it would bring between $400
and $600 from a collector. He
went online to check it out
and found that the same toy
in pristine condition recently
sold for $2,900.
Berti of Boca Raton had
recently acquired framed
memorabilia from a relative.
One was a collage of a Walt
Disney photograph and a 1935
$1 bilt2 signed by Disney. The
other was a 1953 issue of Ring
Magazine featuring Rocky
Marciano and photos Mar-
ciano had signed.
The Marciano piece is
worth around $800 he learned;
the Disney photo and dollar,
$250.
Luke, who travels the
country, lecturing, appraising
and appearing at home shows
said The Horizon appraisals
turned up nothing spectacular,
but were typical of the things
people bring in to him.
"People are told to hang
on to something because it
will be worth something some
day. Well, it's still not some
day," he said,"but that should
not decrease its sentimental
value. An appraiser can tell
you what to keep, what to
sell and where to sell it. The
market for certain things may
be down now, but maybe you
should hold on for the future.


It's difficult to predict.
But we keep our fingers on
the pulse of the market. We
interpret the data and share it
with people.."
Last week's 'road show'
benefited the Northeast Fo-
cal Point Senior Center and
raised about $1,200. Most
people brought in the maxi-
mum three items Luke said
and paid $15 to find out their


worth.
If no one had a really
valuable piece, undoubtedly
some people got permission
to rid themselves of hideous
pieces handed down through
the generations. "We do in-
terventions," Luke said. "We
say 'give it away.'"
That alone could be worth
the appraisal fee.


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History & Nebraska football in Pompano Beach


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The South Florida Huskers
alumni and friends club will
host a luncheon presentation
by Michael Hoff, art history
professor from the University
of Nebraska, entitled,
"Ancient Roman Religion
and Nebraska Football" on


Sat., April 26 at the Pompano
Beach Power Squadron, 3701
NE 18 Terrace, Pompano
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The luncheon fee is $25 per
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The event is open to the
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BSO, cops serve up food and drinks at Bru's Room Bar to

benefit Special Olympics in annual Tip-a-Cop event


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
Bru's Room Sports Bar
235 S. Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
Tel: 954-831-8900
Tel: 954-785-2227

Ever wanted to dunk a cop
in a pool of cold water? Well
that's exactly what patrons
at the Bru's Room Bar in
Pompano Beach were able to
do in the name of charity. For
the 9th year in a row, officers
from several jurisdictions
donated their time to help
raise money for the Special
Olympics of Florida.
Tip-a-Cop is just one


of many fundraising events
associated with the Law
Enforcement Torch Run. The
monies raised help Special
Olympics Florida produce
the State Summer Games.
Different law enforcement
agencies unite to raise funds
and awareness for the Special
Olympics by carrying the
Flame of Hope in honor of the
athletes. They do
so from county to I"
county and coast ,
to coast. ..
On this occa-
sion, by serving as
celebrity wait-
ers and waitresses, officers
worked for their tips which
Continued on page 16


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centerpieces of paper flowers, or-
add a sprinkling of confetti for
fun. Turn up your favorite Latin
music for some salsa dancing -
maybe even a tango or two. After
all that dancing, you'll want to
cool off with some refreshing
sangrias or icy, fruit-flavored
sodas.


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With Salsa
When, you're looking to add
sizzle to your party, salsas can
make entertaining deliciously
easy:
-Grilled Steak Salad: Mari-
nate your favorite steak in
Salsa Verde. Broil or grill. Slice
steak and serve over mixed
greens, with additional salsa and
crumbled tortilla chips.
-Mucho Queso Pizza: Spread
Mexican Four Cheese Salsa con
Queso over a pre-baked pizza
crust. Sprinkle with your favorite
pizza toppings and bake!
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Dressing: Combine Tequila
Lime Salsa with olive oil and ci-
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combination of salad greens or
cooked shrimp!
-Fiesta Corn and Bean Salad:
Add corn, black beans, diced red
peppers and mangos to Tequila
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dish.
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Bru's Room
Continued from page 15
were then handed to the
Special Olympics of Florida.
There were also many prizes
to be won including a beau-
tiful Harley Davidson Mo-
torcycle. With contributions
from many local businesses,
nearly everyone had a chance
to walk away with a fantas-
tic gift such as a ride on the
Goodyear Blimp.
A special attraction was a
dunk tank set up in the park-
ing lot. This allowed custom-
ers to purchase tennis balls
and then hurl them at the tar-
get in the hopes of making an
*officer take the plunge. With
officers from BSO, Hillsboro,
Pembroke Pines and Seminole
on hand, there were plenty of
opportunities to make your
local cop go for a swim.


"The Bru's Room has
always welcomed us with
open arms, and we raise a lot
of money for a good cause,"
said Officer Carol Pruitt of the
Pompano Crime Scene Inves-
tigation unit.
This sentiment was echoed
by Administrative Support
Specialist Bonnie Lagana
who estimated that this type
of event generally nets $4,000
to $6,000 in donations for the
Special Olympics. "Overall
last year, these types of activi-
ties resulted in approximately
$83,000 for the athletes."
Also on hand were several
Special Olympians who were
more than happy to show
off their medals. With over
15,000 athletes, 4,000 coaches
and 25,000 volunteers par-
ticipating in the games, they
seemed very grateful for all
the help and support being


given by Law Enforcement
and local establishments such
as the Bru's Room.
The Law Enforcement
Torch Run will be held on
Thursday April 17.
For more details, please
contact Bonnie Lagana
(bonita_lagana@ sheriff.org)
or visit the Florida Special
Olympics website at www.
sofl.org.


Malcolm McClintock is
president of Alabaska LLC, a
firm that assists hotels, restau-
rants and individual property
owners with their purchasing
needs. He holds an MBA and
has lived in Thailand, Spain,
France, Mexico, Canada and
the US where he has developed
a deep appreciation for world
gastronomy. He can be reached
at malcolm@alabaska.com.


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beans and corn. Toss and chill.
Sprinkle with cilantro.
-Shrimp & Avocado Salad:
Toss Pico de Gallo with cooked
shrimp and sliced avocado; serve
on a bed of mixed greens.
j -Shrimp Diablo: Saut6 shrimp
S" with sliced peppers. Toss with
Triple Pepper Salsa and serve
with rice.
Visit www.pacefoods.com for
information on Pace's new line
of specialty salgas, made with
authentic ingredients like real
tequila and distinctive Asadero
& Queso Blanco cheeses, and
discover even more ways to spice
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Tequila Lime Chicken
Wraps
Prep: 15 minutes
Makes: 4 wraps
1 cup Pace Tequila Lime
Salsa, divided
2 cups diced, cooked
chicken
1 large red pepper, diced
(about 1 cup)
1 large ripe avocado,
diced (about 1 cup)
1/2 cup sour cream
4 flour tortillas (10-inch),
warmed
2 cups shredded lettuce

1. Stir 1/2 cup salsa,
chicken, pepper and avocado in
large bowl. Stir remaining salsa
and sour cream in small bowl.
2. Spread 1/4 cup sour
cream mixture onto each tortilla.
lTop each with 1 cup chicken
mixture and 1/2 cup lettuce. Fold
sides of tortillas over filling and
then fold up ends to enclose fill-
ing. Cut each wrap in half before
serving.
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Prep: 15 minutes
Makes: 4 servings
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(about 1/2 cup)
1 cup Pace Triple Pepper
Salsa
1 tablespoon lemon or
lime juice
Mixed salad greens

1. Combine shrimp,
papaya, corn and onions in large
bowl. Add salsa and lemon juice
and toss to coat.
2. Serve over salad greens.


Pico De Gallo
Tortilla Soup
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes
Makes: 4 servings
1 jar (16 ounces) Pace
Pico De Gallo Salsa
2 cups Swanson Chicken
Broth (regular,
Natural Goodness or
Certified Organic)
1 large zucchini, diced
(about 2 cups)
1 cup diced, cooked
chicken
2 tablespoons chopped
fresh cilantro
leaves
3 corn or flour tortillas
(6-inch), cut into
thin strips

1. Heat salsa, broth, zuc-
chini and chicken in 4-quart
saucepan over medium-high heat
to a boil. Reduce heat to low.
Cover and cook 10 minutes or
until zucchini is tender.
2. Stir cilantro and tortilla
strips into saucepan.
Tip: To cut tortillas into thin
strips more easily, roll them up
first, then cut them crosswise into
strips.


Salsa Verde Pork &
Pepper Stew
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 5 hours
Makes: 6 servings
2 pounds boneless pork
shoulder, cut
into 1 1/2-inch pieces
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons
vegetable oil
1 jar (16 ounces) Pace
Salsa Verde
2 large red and/or green
peppers, diced
(about 2 cups)
3 large carrots, thickly
sliced (about
1 1/2 cups)
Chopped fresh cilantro
leaves
Hot cooked rice

1. Place pork in large
bowl. Add flour and toss to coat.
2. Heat oil in 12-inch skil-
let over medium-high heat. Add
pork and cook in 2 batches until
well browned.
3. Stir pork, salsa, pep-
pers and carrots in 6-quart slow
cooker.
4. Cover and cook on
HIGH 4 to 5 hours or until pork
is fork-tender. Sprinkle with
cilantro and serve with rice.
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18 The Pelican Friday, April 11,2008


Historic
committee
Continued from page 1
mandate. This week the city
lifted those term limits so that
many of the existing members
can be reappointed.
Phelps explains that this
board unlike other boards in
the city requires it members
to have certain expertise to
handle board duties.
"We need people on the
board like architects and


others with professional or
academic training in history,"
she said. "We welcome new
members to the committee."
Once a building is des-
ignated as 'historic,' Phelps
says there are some benefits
that go beyond the 'honor and
recognition.'
"There are potential prop-
erty tax benefits if you add on
to the building in a manner
consistent with the original
historic nature of the house,"
she says. "There are definitely
property benefits to owners


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Poitier Funeral Home, 317 NW 6 St., Pompano Beach, has operated since
1956. Owner Woody Poitier says the family business will be continued by his


children.
of commercial properties that
are designated historic. In
addition commercial property
owners may be eligible for
grants to maintain or improve
the property."
The Poitier Funeral Home,
317 NW 6 St., Pompano
Beach was established in
1956. Recently, owner Woody
Poitier, applied for and
received the historic designa-
tion by the Pompano Beach
Historic Committee.


Poitier says he wanted the
designation because his busi-
ness has a history in Pompano
Beach.
"It's going to stay fam-
ily-owned. Both my children
will be funeral directors. It's
needed in our community. If
we sell it, we won't be able to
control the cost of funerals in
our community. If we keep it,
we can control those prices.
We are considered family-
morticians. In other words,


we expect to bury the whole
family. We want to service
the entire family. I feel that
we are an historical part of the
community," Poitier said.
Poitier took over the
management of the business
in 1971 and became owner in
1992 after his mother's death.
Esther Rolle, actress of televi-
sion and movies, who grew
up in Pompano Beach chose
Poitier Funeral Home for her
burial.
Property owners who seek
historic designation must
apply to the city for consid-
eration. Application includes
providing the board with
exterior photographs, infor-
mation on the building and
agreements with the board to
maintain the historical nature
of the building. '
For more information on
historic designation, call 954-
786-4629.


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Pelican To Advertise
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An Event In Our Performed .Sundi I1a, i, cam
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w w Atlantic Blvd.


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Trurisay, 6.JOpm
Alanon
Saturday, 10:00am 11:00am
Food Addicts Anonymous
Monday, 7:00pm
Science of Spirituality
2nd and 4th Tuesday, 7:00pm


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UNITED METHODIST
SUNDAY WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M.
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE
210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404
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of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
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and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
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R t rh Traditional at 11 am
Bible Fellowship Groups
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Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
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2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
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Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat. 10-1pm Sun. 12-1pm


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Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Children's Programs 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9:30
Thursday:
Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Followed By Bible Study


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St.-Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.W 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Donna Hall
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.

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Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm 6:00 pm (Spanish)
Sun. Mas Schedule: 7:30 am 9:00 am
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Weekdays: 8:00 am 5:30 pm
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Pompano Beach
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Saturday 8:00 am
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s. BSO Motorcycle Family day planned at Citi Centre


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Broward Sheriffs Of-
fice Motorcycle Deputy Eric
Crompton maneuvers through
traffic cones as he participates
in Safety Trials Thursday for
the 19th Annual South East
Police Motorcycle Rodeo. The
rodeo will be held on Satur-
day, April 12 from 8 a.m. until
4 p.m. at Pompano Citi- Cen-
tre, Copans Road. and Federal
Highway.
The annual event is the
largest police motorcycle
safety skills event held in the
Southeastern United States
and admission for the public
is free.
Over 100 police motorcycle
officers nationally will train to
enhance their skills and com-
pete in Saturday's event.
BSO Sgt. Allen Adkins and
president of the event, said,
"This year's event is going to
be the biggest yet and it really
is a great day of fun for the
whole family, all for a good


cause."
A raffle will be held for a
new 2008 Harley-Davidson
XLH Sportster 883.
Raffle tickets will be avail-
able for $2 each.
SEMPRC has raised over


$300,000 for the Muscular
Dystrophy Association and
Concerns of Police Survivors
, or COPS, a charity for chil-
dren and families of slain law
enforcement officers.
Photo by Mike Jachles/Broward
Sheriffs Office


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Monday -Friday. Hours are
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Weekends In Ft. La
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At Local Gutter InE
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DENTAL ASSISTANT -
Experience A Must For High
Tech Dentist In Pompano
Beach. Full Time (Monday
- Thursday). Fax Resume to
954-941-9552. C

HAIR, NAIL AND FACIAL
TECHS Needed At New Salon.
Licensed and Experienced.
Pompano Beach, Location.
Full-Time or Part-Time. Call
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Accepted RELIABLE BABYSITTER
ursdays. WANTED Sun. Mornings,
DFWP 10:30am-12 Noon, Call Unity
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CONDOS FOR
SALE

LIGHTHOUSE POINT -
EAST OF US1. 2 BD/2 BA
Third Floor Condo With
Hurricane Shutters. Elevator,
Heated Pool, Putting Green.
Association Says 55+. Only


Gated 7.5 acres

Waterfront

low-rise

Free Pvt. Dock
Pool/Jacuzzi

Tennis/Clubhouse


CALL
Gwen Jackson, GRI
954-946-3917
Susan Mawyer
954-899-7335
Coldwell Banker RE


$89,900. Florida Sunbelt
Realty. 954-973-6263. 4/11
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. 4/25

POMPANO BEACH-ISLAND
CLUB. 2 BD/2 BA End Unit
On Canal With Four Docks.
$339K. Gated Community,
Resort Style Pool, Close
To Beach, Shopping and
Transportation. Call Susan,
Nilsen Realty. 954-732-2038.
4/11
POMPANO 'GOLF
COURSE* Huge Third
Floor Condo In Beautiful
Resort Style Complex.
Convenient To Everything.
Screened Balcony. $125,000.
Julia Rogers 954-695-7409..
Archway Realty 954-942-
7007.4/11
POMPANO BEACH This
Is spectacular At Hillsboro
Inlet. 2 BD/2 BA. Direct ICW
and Ocean Views. Concrete
Restoration Complete. Total
Upgrades On Building and
Unit. Owner Agent. $315K.
Call 954-7322038.4/11

BOCA RATON CENTURY
VILLAGE. 2 BD/1.5 BA
Lakefront Condo With
Beautiful Views. Ready To
Move In. Asking $69,000 But
Open To Offers. Call 561-809-
4322. C P/WM

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 4/11

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
POMPANO AEGEAN -
Oceanfront, high floor, SE
view, 2/2+den, upgraded,
custom built-ins, turnkey,
furnished. Excellent
Condition, $529,000.
See others at www.
PompanoAegean.com. Ray
Tucker, Prudential Florida 1st
Realty 954-873-7482. 4/11

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

CONDO FOR
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA Updated Condo. East of
U.S. 1. Approval Required.
$985/mo. Annual Lease.
$174,900 Sale Price. Call
954-234-3644 or 954-234-
3646. 4/11
BEACH STUDIO 2 BIks from
beach. Patio & Utilities Inc.
Lease only. 954-592-3595
A1A- POMPANO BEACH
-Ocean Front on Sand. 2 BD/
2 BA Condo with Great Ocean
and ICW Views. $449,000.
Call Marty Cohen 954-295-
2356. Dynasty R. E. C

LIGHTHOUSE POINT- East
of US 1. 2 BD/ 2BA: Third
Floor Condo with Hurricane
Shutters, Elevator, Heated
Pool, Putting Green. Assoc.
Says 55+ Only $89,900. FL
Sunbelt Realty _954-973-
6263. 4/11

HOMES FOR
SALE

LIGHTHOUSE POINT 3
BD/3 BA Deep Water Home
on 85' x 110' Lot. Vaulted
Ceilings. Move-In Condition.
$950,000. Call 954-263-
7223.4/18

POMPANO BEACH 1
BD/ 1 BA, Furnished Apt.
on 14th St. Causeway By
the Beach. Pool. $990/mo.
Annual Rental. Call 954-941 -
2600. Ask for George. C

FOR RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH -
VIEW OF A LIFETIME. 2
BD/2 BA Quiet, Waterfront
Condo. Pool. No Pets.
$1,150/mo. (Includes
Cable). Annual Lease.
Good Credit Required. Call
631-885-3342 or "Colleen"
at Newshot Realty 954-
481-3400. 4/11


NOBCL POINT

2/2 For Sale $429,000

2/2 1/2 For Rent $2,000


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
4/25
POMPANO BEACH 2
BD/2 BA Condo. Completely
Renovated. Tile/Carpet.
Pool, Gym and Many More
Amenities. 3 1/2 blocks to
Beach. $1250/mo. 1st Month
FREE. Call 954-494-8927.
4/11
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. 4/11

POMPANO BEACH 1 and
2 BDRM Apts. For rent in
Pompano Beach, Call 954-
782-8430. 4/18
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. 4/11
POMPANO BEACH 500 ft
from beach, Effic./1BR/1BA,
$750/mo. incl. water. Call
954-943-9922. 4/11
POMPANO BEACH -
Georgeous Large 2-3 BDRM
Key West Style Townhomes!
Brand New Lease Options.
Avail. From $1800/mo. Call
954-582-9998. C
POMPANO BEACH/
EMERALD TOWER 1
BD/1.5 BA/Bonus Room
Condo With Southeast View
in Secure Building With
Covered Parking. Private
Beach Access. Annual Lease.
954-684-9501. 4/11
POMPANO BEACH Fully
Furnished 1 BD/1 BA
Condo. 1 Block To Beach.
New Kitchen/Bath. Pool,
Laundry, Private Parking
On Site. $950/MO. Call
954-785-8991, Ext. 155 or
954-993-3682. 4/11

POMPANO BEACH Large
Studio Apartment Only One
Block To Beach. Laundry
Facilities and Pool On Site.
$725/mo. Annual Lease. Call
561-309-2214. 4/11
POMPANO BEACH Large
Furnished Studio With Private
Balcony and Large 1 BD/1
BA Apartment (720 Sq.Ft.)
With Private Yard. No Dogs.
$800/mo. or $200/wk. Call
954-675-2363. 4/25
POMPANO BEACH Condo.
off beach, 2 BD/2BA, incl.
elec., $650 per mo., need
deposit and 1st month to
move in. Call 754-422-5638.
4/11
COCONUT CREEK Large
Condo. 1 BD/1 BA Newly
Remodeled. Big Closets.
Pool, Gym, Racquet Ball,
Volley Ball, Tennis, Car
Wash. Call 954-234-7101.
4/11






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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. 4/11

SEASONAL
RENTAL
POMPANO BEACH -
Spectacular Ocean and
Intracoastal Views. Condo on
Beach. 2 BD/2 BA With Office
Set-Up. Available 5/3/08
Through 11/1/08. $1,600/mo
Plus Utilities. 954-782-4831.
4/11

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH -
Commercial Office Space
(Approx. 500 Sq.Ft.) With
Large Bay (Approx. 600
Sq.Ft.). Asking $1,100/mo.
Plus Tax. Annual Lease. Call
954-783-3723. 4/11

AIRPORT
HANGAR
AIRPORT HANGAR For
Rent. North Perry Airport. Call
954-942-9881. C 4/4


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WANTED
ONE MAN'S JUNK
IS ANOTHER MAN'S
TREASURE!!! Wanted....
All Vehicles. Running Or
Not! Used, Wrecked and
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Makes/Models. Free Pick Up.
954-588-7501. 5/30
CASH $ -TOP DOLLAR PAID
For Junk Cars, Trucks and
Vans. Running Or Not. No
Title Necessary With Proper
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FOR SALE
PHILLIPS 27" Color TV -
$65. AIR PURIFIER Ecoquest
- $50. DVD Player and
CD Video $50. EUREKA
VACUUM $50. Call 954-
253-3599. 4/11
AIR HOCKEY TABLE- Being
Sold by Ocean Sands Resort.
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Call John at 954-415-4433.
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Scoreboard

POMPANO BEACH MEN'S GOLF ASS'N.
(PBMGA)
Tournament Weds. Apr. 9, 2008
Score
1st T. Oldensmith, D. Cermak, E. Lehky, J. Jacobs.... 54
2nd George Merrilll, Joe Sloan, Don Halliday, Bill
H ayes ................................ . 55
3rd Carlo Spirito, Gerry Baker, Armond Savino,
Bruce W inter ....................... 56
Closest to the Pin, Pines Course...................EDLEHKY

POMPANO BEACH WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., APRIL 8,2008
SPRING LUNCHEON AND
TOURNAMENT
18 HOLE GROUP
1st Carin West, Cathy Gilliss, Beverly
Baran, Alberta Bove . . .. 120
2nd Margy Tribbett, Helen Meili,
Janet Stuart, Patty VanZandt. . 121
3rd Jackie Peck, Kim Heath, Jan
Ruck, Kathy Stewart . . 124
4th Caryl Gleason, Lu Rispoli, Elaine
Schoengood, Grace Duffy . . 125
CLOSEST TO THE PIN
Class A ......... Roxanne McCarthy
Class C ............ Virginia Comer
Class B ............ . June Laub
Class D ................. Barbara Mahoney
9 HOLE GROUP
1st Marlene Williams, Stella Applegate,
Carolyn Kastelic, Betty Reims......... ... 63
CLOSEST TO THE PIN
Class A . . . . . .Gwen Jackson


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water, for this purpose. The
expansion will also deliver
reclaimed water to the city's
cemetery,one of the largest
users of potable water for ir-
rigation.
"Expanding the availabil-
ity of treated and reused water
reduces our dependence on
traditional water sources to


meet irrigation needs," said
SFWMD Governing Board
member Shannon Estenoz.
"This leaves more of this pre-
cious resource for the envi-
ronment and South Florida's
water supply needs."
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treated wastewater delivered
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Use of reclaimed water is
exempt from current water
shortage restrictions.
Pompano Beach will
install 11,390 feet of purple
pipe to deliver reclaimed
water to the area south of 10
Street from N.E. 26 Avenue.
to NE 23 Terrace, and from
NE Fifth Street south to N.E.
Third Street, between Ne 26
Avenue and the Intracoastal
Waterway. The city will also
install reclaimed water pipe at
the Atlantic Avenue crossing,
including the installation of
5,750 feet of reclaimed water
pipe from NE 23 Avenue to
SE Fourth Street.
The Florida Legislature
enacted the Water Protection
and Sustainability Program
in 2005, which encourages
cooperation between mu-
nicipalities, counties and the
water management districts
in protecting and develop-
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Sightings
A local calendar for North-
east Broward County.
Garden Clubs
The Pompano Beach Gar-
den Club will meet on Mon-
day, April 14 at 12:30 p.m.
at Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center, 1801 NE 6th St., Pom-
pano Beach. A Slide Show
on "Winter Color Landscape"
will be presented by Barbara
Handsell. Come join us, we
welcome new members. Call
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19 at Sol Children Theatre,
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in South Florida. The District
has added another $50 million
to this effort, further enhanc-
ing alternative water supply
development throughout the
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561-447-8829.
The Friends of the Percy
White Library will host a
free yoga class for adults
Saturday, April 19, 10 a.m.
Annette Mehrot will con-
duct this first session. All are
welcome. The library is at 837
E. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield
Beach.
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Family-Style Dining
Every Sunday 4:00pm 8:30pm $29 per person
Chef Luke Palladino's Italian Sunday Supper includes
antipasti, pasta, entr6e and dessert. Let your taste buds
indulge, every Sunday, at Bragozzo Osteria Wine Bar.
Top Ten Restaurant City & Shore.







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Early Bird Specials
Sunday -Friday 5:30pm 7:00pm 35 per person
Late Night Jazz, Dining
& Martini Specials
Friday & Saturday 10:00pm 1:00am
Stop by for Live Jazz, exclusive dining and the
hottest specialty martinis in town.














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