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Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: July 18, 2008
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Hometown News & V


John Foster,

husband, father,

loved animals

and gardening
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
John M. Foster, 63, died on July
12 after a short illness. Mr. Foster,
husband of former Pomapano Beach
Commissioner Susan Foster, was an
employee of the federal government
for transportation security administra-
tion. He also served as a member of
Broward County's planning and zon-
ing board.
g "He was the love of my life,"
said Susan. "We were married in
May, 1977. We were so close. We did
everything together. He was my right
hand man."
Mr. Foster was a native of Te-
anack, New Jersey. When he came
to Pompano Beach, he worked in the
chemicat~industry for 30 years where
he was a manager of Apperson Chemi-
cals.


Merchants

fearful Hillsboro

Boulevard

construction

Will be bad for

business
By Judy Wilson
pELICAN WRITER
"It will be a temporary incon-
vemience for a long time improve-
ment," city officials told merchants
and residents affected by Hillsboro
Streetscape construction due to get
underway this month,
The $7 million project will add
a turn lane, bury power lines, create
a bike lane, repave the roadway and
Continued on page 10


MCintee 0111 t0

SAVE VOflunteerS

from removal

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
It was a "raw" a~nd "evil" deal that
led LBTS Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee
to propose an ordinance that could
take the hiring and firing of the town's
fire department out of the hands of
future commissioners.
Last week McIntee asked the com-
miSSIOn to make it impossible to fire
the volunteer fire department without
a citywide referendum.
Continued on page 22
Free treeS 10

POmpano Beach
More than 4,000 trees will be giv-
en to Pompano Beach residents July
16 and July 26 from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the city nursery, 1000 NE 3 Ave.
The trees, purchased by the city
as seedlings, have been cultivated by
nursery employees and are now two to
six feet high.
The event is the city's way to en-
courage residents to plant native trees
and increase the city's tree canopy.
To receive a free tree, residents
must prove they live within the city
limit and provide identification.
For more information, call 954-
786-5516.


players with new tournaments
Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
At the Isle Casino and Racing of Pompano Park, a mere three minutes
can separate the thrill of victory, from the agony of defeat. Every Monday,
until Aug. 25, Pompano Isle, 1800 SW 3 St. in Pompano Beach, holds its Isle
$50,000 Slot Tournament from 12 to 8 p.m.
Players, who hit the spin button during each 3 minute session, compete in
the free tournament to be among the top 25 scorers each day.
Those top 25 will automatically win prizes ranging from $1,000 down to
Continued on page 17

100 years of Plants and People focuses

On need for more backyard habitats


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Bluegrass music filled the air and
spryte-like butterflies sailed in the
breezes, but all of this gaiety came
with a serious message to the residents
who attended the event.
And that was to give Mother Na-
ture a hand by turning backyards mnto
native habitats.


JULY 18, 2008 *POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHIOUSE POINT LAUDERDAI.E-BY-THE-SEA Vol. XIV. Issue 29


Continued on page 15


Mosquitoes 1 19

arrive with rain

Weather, officials Slot machines at the Isle attract


Donna Torrey, owner of Garden
Gate and a regular contributor to The
Pelican, explained the purpose of the
June afternoon, where residents cel-
ebrated the Centennial and the natural
history of Pompano Beach at the 100
Years of Plants and People at Found-
ers' Park last month-


Continued on page 16


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advise caution

With the rainy season in full
swing, Broward County's Mosquito
Control Section advises residents to
practice the 5 Ds during the warm,
wet months: (1) Limit outdoor activi-
ties during Dawn; (2) Limit outdoor
activities during Dusk; (3) If you go
outdoors during these periods, use a
repellent containing Deet (nqt rec-
ommended for infants less than two
months old); (4) Dress accordingly,
covering arms and legs; and (5) Drain
any containers, pots or areas where
there is standing water.
Broward County's Mosquito Con-
trol Section sprays areas of the county
by truck and plane, based on requests
received from residents. To request
service online, visit www.broward.org/
streets and click on mosquito control.
Requests can also be made by call-
ing 954-954-756-4062. The Mosquito
Control Section has been averaging
approximately 100 requests a day. As
the rainy season continues, the number
of requests can double or triple,





By Anne Siren
PEICAN STAF
Six Pompano Beach city
employees are cut. Eight other
positions will not be replaced.
Public swimming pools will
cut days of operation. Civic
centers will cut hours, and
many charitable donations
to groups that support some
Pampano B~enac tridents are

These were some of ele-
ments of the City Manager
Keith Chadwell's proposed
city budget for 2008-2009.
And on top of that, tax-
payers will see a 4.02 percent
hike in the tax millage rate.
But Budget Director
Brian Donovan says property
owners with homestead ex-


L;BTS seeks volunteer

board members

The Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea is seeking volunteers
to serve on boards.
The town currently has four boards: planning and zoning,
board of adjustment, walk around committee and master plan
steering committee
People who are Lauderdale-By-The-Sea residents and in-
terested in serving on a town board, please call the town clerk's
office at 954-776-0576.
Applications can also be downloaded from the town's
website.


PORmpano Republican Club

hOStS Veteran' 1i for Congress
Supporters and staff for Lt. Col. Allen West [R] will meet at
the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE. 6 St., Pompano
Beach, on Thursday, July 24, 7:30 p.m., to rally their support
for West, an Army veteran who is seeking to election in the the
22nd Congressional District.
West returned from Afghanistan in November 2007, after
serving as an advisor to Afghanistan's army. West retired from
the military in 2004, after more than 20 years of service. He
was a battalion commander for the Army's 4th Infantry Divi-
sion during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He lives in Broward
County with his wife and two daughters.
District 22 covers the eastern portions of Broward and Palm
Beach counties. The area was represented in Congress since
1982 by former Congressman E. Clay Shaw. In 2006, Shaw
narrowly lost the district to Rep. Ron Klein [D] of Palm Beach
County when Democrats won control of Congress.
The Greater Pompano Beach Republican Club meeting is
open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For additional
information, contact Carol Waldrop, 954-786-7536.


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Friday, July 18, 2008


emptions may still pay less on
their city tax bill this year.
That's due to the double
homestead exemption that
goes into effect this year.
Property owners with the ex-
emption can deduct $50,000
from the taxable value of their
properties this tax year.
That exemption and a
slump in overall property
values are h rig the pocket
ments throughout the nation.
Ask Vice Mayor George
Brummer why, and his answer
lays blame on state legisla-
tors and voters who approved
additional homestead exemp-
tions.
While no final decisions
have been made, local legis-
lators continued to examine


each line item to see where
cuts can be made to shore up
this budget of $107,703,698.
Charitable donations by
the city were slashed from
$415,251 to $150,000. Those
funds are contributions to 32
entities who had requested
funding. Larger requests in-
cluded the Tiger Trail Festival
[$80,000] reduced to $4,000;
Aging & Disabilitdy Resource

[$82,815] reduced to $80,000
And some smaller requests -
included CD Youth Services
Haitian Outreach [$45,000]
reduced to $7,500 and Wom-
en in Distress of Broward
[$6,000] reduced to $3,000.
A number of funded groups
last year were not funded this
year, including Coalition to
End Homelessness [$2,000]
and the Blues & Sweet Potato
Pie Festival [$6,409).
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell, who said he
personally supports donat-
ing to most of the charities
requesting city funding, asked
the commission if the city
should spend tax payer funds
for donations in a year that the
millage rate was increasing.
While Dockswell did get
some support from the audi-
ence, he got none from the
commission.
The budget, under scro-
tiny this past week will come
before the public on Sept.15
and Sept. 22 for a final ap-
proval.


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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd's decision to take a
sabbatical from the Citizens
Initiative Committee, or CIC,
has created a furor among
some CIC leaders and mem-
bers in Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea
Dodd formerly chaired
the CIC, the political action
committee that helped to get
him elected in January as a

Dodd initially wrote the
board asking to temporarily
suspend his membership "so
as to resolve any possible
conflict of being labeled or
associated directly with any
political organization as a paid
up member."
He said he was making
the move in order to maintain
complete impartiality on all
issues that effect the town.
"I don't want anyone to
feel I'm not extremely grateful
for all the assistance and help
given to me by the organiza-
tion during the campaign and
election," Dodd wrote.
Dodd thought he would
receive a call from Cristie
Furth, CIC chair, in response
to his letter. That call didn't
come
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26 and Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. Bring
lawn chairs, picnics for a free
concert. Call 954-786-4111.
BLUEGRASS SHOW -
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Commissioner Stuart Dodd says he is
very dis- appointed with'the reaction to
his decision to suspend his membership
in the Citizens Initiative Committee.
[Photo by Judy Vik]

at the Surf & Yacht Club. As
he read his letter to the board,
in an attempt to explain why
he was stepping aside, he was
reportedly accused of being a
traitor by a local newspaper
publisher and shouted at by a
fellow commissioner.
"'I am deeply saddened by
the mob mentality, the lack
of leadership of the board or.
members' president,


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A local calendar of events
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[Top] Ron and Dee Davis prepare to
walk down the aisle.
[Right] Norm and Min Rasmus-
sen were married in the Bronx, NY
on May 6, 1950. The Rasmussens
were one of 35 couples married 50
years and more who renewed their
wedding vows at John Knox Vil-
lage. [Below] Lucille and Ellsworth
McDowell cut the wedding cake on
behalf of all 35 couples. The Mc-
Dowells married nearly 71 years are
the longest married in the Village.

SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Thirty-five couples, all mar-
ried 50 years or more, walked down
the aisle at the John Knox Village
Centre Auditorium and renewed their
wedding vows on Thursday, June 12.
Congregating in front of the audi-
ence of friends, relatives and staff,
the couples stood before John Knox
Village Chaplain, Reverend Jeff
Snodgrass and promised to continue '
to love, honor and cherish each other.


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and south of Atlantic Boulevard.
The Village offers a full range of
independent living, assisted liv-
ing and nursing care options for
more than 1,000 senior residents.


Collectively, the 35 couples represented ap-
proximately 2,000 years of marriage.
-Following the ceremony, there was
dancing to Big Band favorites and cham-
pagne toasts. The wedding cake was cut by
the longest married couple, Dr. Ellsworth
and Lucille McDowell who were mar-
ried on June 26, 1937. The McDowells will
celebrate their 71st anniversary later this


Pompano Beach-

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Pompano Beach-Lighthouse
Rotary Club has inducted its first new
member for new Rotary year that
started July 1, 2008.
Lawrence J. Ryan (Larry) is
shown at the left with his sponsor Fred
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Ryan enters Rotary under the
classification ofAuto Business Mgr.
He is associated with Pompano Ford
Lincoln Mercury.
Last year the club added four new
members, Woodward is confident that
the club can match that number.
For more information about Ro-
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Bill Zobus at 954 972-7178.

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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

July 9 was a hot summer night,
but the talent was even hotter inside
the packed auditorium building at
North Broward Medical Center or
NBMC at 201 E. Sample Rd. It was
fatce off time for the Senior Dance
Stars as 10 couples competed to win
this third annual dance competition. A
-packed house of over 200 people were
on hand to cheer the talented seniors
on as they each took a spin on the
stage showing off special skills do-
ing swing, salsa, free style, jitter bug,
rhumba and rock. These energetic and
talented dancers ranged in age from 71
to 94 1/2.
The event was staged to showcase
the hospital's outstanding Neurologi-
cal Institute. The Medical Director
of the Institute, Dr. H. Murray Todd
opened the dance competition with a
welcoming speech, seasoned witlrhu
mor and wisdom. Todd believes that
dancing is the best exercise there is to
keep the brain and the body healthy, .
He refers to seniors as "mature,
seasoned, wisdom keepers and
recommends that everyone, including
seniors, should learn something new
every day, eat healthy and exercise. He
says, "People are capable of doing so
much more with their brains than they
think is possible. There is reasonable
evidence that challenging the brain
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Making a Difference

Senior Dancing Stars lit up the evening during

North Broward Medical Center's competition


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Third place winners Thomas Winter, 83,
and Joanne Elliott, 72, were seductive
Rhumba dancers from Deerfield Beach.
Sta
Pla
and music can stave off the cognitive
decline that comes with aging. It also
maximizes brain health through fun
and engaging activities."
NBMC's Neurological lusti
tute is the first in the nation to attain
Alzheimer's Certification. Its Memory
Disorder Center features many bench-
mark programs including it's newest
program offering accurate driving
assessment.
While the judges were voting well
known local psychologist, Dr. Adele
Besner, who also has a passion for
dancing, had the entire audience up


Ir of the Night award winner, Harold Koning, 72,
station, proves agility is not only for the young.
and dancing to the Hokey Pokey.
And the winners are
First Place--Rocking around the
Clock, Louie Levine, 78 and Joyce
Cantalupo-Levine, 71.
Second Place--Picking up the beat
were the Salsa dancers from Coconut
Creek, Jose Encarnacion, 79 and his
wife Helvia, 74. Third Place--Seduc-
tive rhumba dancers from Deerfield
Beach, Thomas Winter, 83, and
Joanne Elliott, 72.
The ITwinkle Toes award went to


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Lighthouse

art subject of

exhibition
The Cultural Arts Committee
of Pompano Beach will celebrate
the 2008` Centennial of the City with
monthly fine arts exhibits at two free
sites, the Herb Skolnick Community
Center and the E. Pat Larkins Com-
munity Center.
The theme for August's art is
Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse and/or its
grounds, Keepers' cottages or Bare-
foot Mailman statue. During the
evening of Aug. 6, between 6 and 9
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Li hthouse tour

Set for Aug 16
August will be the 8th anniversary
of the repair of the rotation system and
relighting of the Fresnel Lens at the
Hillsboro Lighthouse.
The Lighthouse Preservation
Society will host a tour, Aug. 16 from
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The tour begins on the north dock
of Sands Harbor Hotel, 125 N. River-
side Dr. in Pompano Beach.
Guests will be shuttled by boat
to the lighthouse. Transportation fee
for non-HLPS members is $15.00 per
person, but free to HLPS members or
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Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-B y-The-Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XIV, Issue 29
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer, Peter Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: John White
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
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Broward County Commission

Approves creation of a Climate

Change Task Force
On June 24, the Broward County Commission approved the creation of
a Climate Change Task Force to develop recommendations for a coordinated
countywide strategy in mitigating the causes and addressing the local implica
tions of global climate change.
The Cliniate Change Task Force will be appointed by the county commis-
sion and supported by county staff. The goals of the climate change program
include
development and implementation of projects and incentives for residents,
businesses, and organizations to conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gases
development and implementation of adaptation strategies to alleviate the
likely adverse consequences of climate change;
provision of education and outreach to encourage Broward County resi-
dents, businesses and organizations to participate in the program; and
pursuit of federal and state grants, energy cost savings, and other financial
resources to offset program costs.
"Reducing greenhouse gas, or GHG, emissions is an important component
to Broward County's overall commitment to a healthy, sustainable environ-
ment," said Broward County Mayor Lois- Wexler. "Broward County is already
committed to reducing GHG emissions from county operations to 7 percent
below 1997 levels by the year 2015. This task force will assist residents, busi-
nesses and organizations to set similar goals and strategies as we move forward
together to face the challenges of climate change in the future."
The Task Force will include representatives from: Broward County Govern-
ment, at-large Members appointed by the county commission, Broward County
School Board, Broward League of Cities, Water Advisory Board, Hospital
Districts in Broward County, Broward Sheriff's Office, South Florida Water
Management District, academic institutions, environmental organizations,
Florida Power and Light, business and economic interests in Broward County,
the Florida Department of Transportation, and the South Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council.
The Task Force will be charged with recommending programs to reduce
GHG emissions in a cost-effective and efficient manner that preserves the
County's competitiveness in the national and global economy.
The county commission is expected to appoint the Task Force membership
when they return from their summer recess. For questions regarding Task Force
membership please contact Donald- Burgess at 954-519-0305.


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It was back to the future at the July
3 Centennial celebration held at the
Emma Lou Olson Center, where more
than 1,000 people came to the Dancin' .~
Thru the Decades event. P
And it was Elvis who came onto
the stage to the screams of the teenag-
ers who managed to keep their scream-
ing voices despite their greying hair.
But the Blue Suede Shoes of Elvis
was all this crowd needed.
Elvis represented the era in Pom-
pano Beach when business was boom-
ing and only a few condominiums
dotted the Atlantic Ocean. For info on
Elvis, visit www.AlwaysTCB.com or
call 954-303-2777. David Morin, AKA Elvis, chats with Pompano
Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher at the July 3 Centen-
nial celebration.

Super hero day at local clinic
Hedglon Chiropractic Center will host a Super Hero day, Friday, July 25. All
day employees will be dressed up in their favorite super hero costume and giv-
ing specials on x-rays and chiropractic care for new starting patients. Between
the hours of 12:30 to 3 p.m, it is free for kids to come and take a tour of the of-
fice as every room is a different superhero. Appearances from Batman, Spider-
man, the Hulk and superman are expected to take place. Call (954) 946 1799.
Call 954 946 1799.



LB TS intends to protect its

VOlunteer fire fighters at all costs?
.The statement "All we want to do is protect the VFD "'
from LBTS Commissioner Jerry McIntee was part of a dis-
cussion last week. McIntee is proposing a new ordinance that
will require a citizen referendum to get rid of the paid fire
volunteers in town. They, on the other hand, recently got rid
of the Broward Sheriff's Office for fire and EMS protection r
with a 4 to 1 vote [Mayor Minnet dissenting]. Well, McIntee
remains upset that the BSO fired the volunteers for reasons of "All we want
"safety and leadership"a few months ago. OK, Commissioner todiso
McIntee, we get it. But don't you really mean that you aret
also going to protect the citizens, tourists and business own- protect
ers? Come on now, commissioner, what's really at risk here? the VFD.


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Joseph Avinimeleh, 85, Light-
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Star of the Night award,
was won by Harold Coning,
72, Plantation.
The judges admitted it
was a tough call because
every couple in the competi-
tion deserved accolades. None
of them went home empty
handed thanks to donations
from Coldstone Ice Cream,
Muvico, Lenore Nolan-Ryan
Cooking School, Doud's Jew-
elers and GBS Beauty Store.
Also competing were,
Roger and Flavia Holstein, 74
and 71, of Pompano Beach;
partners Angela Comotto, 81,
Deerfield Beach and Louis
Granzin, 91, Pompano Beach;
partners Bobbi Seidman', 90,
Lauderdale Lakes and Ju-
lius Pepper, 91, Lauderhill;
partners Irving Berland, 92,
Century,Village and Eleanor
Siegel, 87, Tamarac; partners
Rita Pitras, 82, Tamarac, and
Peter Bietnat, 94 1/2, Pom-
pano Beach..
The event was so popu-
lar, the finalists will give a
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July 30 at 7 p.m. at th e North
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Their cleaning plant is in Delray
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The cost is the same."
A seamstress/tailor is available for
simple and complicated altering and
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S"Alterations usually take a week,
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BSO to host rally

for slain officer
Sheriff Al Lamberti calls for the
public to join him and BSO officers
and employees to honor the memory
of: Sergeant Chris Reyka who was
murdered in Pompano Beach last
.August.
The rally and march takes place
Aug. 8. Participants should park at the
Isle of CaprilPompano Harness Track
between 8 and 8:30 a.m. A shuttle
bus will transporteveryone to the
Pompano Beach District Office. The
rally will begin at 9 a.m., followed by
a march to the Walgreen's Pharmacy
where Reyka was killed. A prayer vigil
will be held at the end of the march.
For more information, call 954-831-
8902.


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debate between candidates for Super-
visor of Elections incumbent Dr.
Brenda Snipes and Adriane Reesey.
The meeting will be held at 7:30 p~m.
on Wednesday, July 23 at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE
6th Street, Pompano Beach, 33060.
Refreshments will be served. The
meeting is free and no reservations are
necessary. For more information, call
954-785-0960.

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the Village Grill, Village Market and
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PELICAN WRITER

Since early June, 130
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workforce have been waiting
for the power to be hooked up
at Tallman Pines, a 200-unit
apartment rental complex in
Deerfield Beach. It's a similar
story at The Palms where 56
town homes are completed
and awaiting final certificates
of occupancy. At Highland
Gardens II, 65 units are ready
for low income residents
a~''gk55 and oldef~Seventeen
res ents haev been app oe

spokesperson there said she
expected final inspections will
happen this week.
Tony Newbold, Exterior
Affairs Manager for FP?&L,
said his company has prom-
ised to install electric meters
at Tallman Pines this week.
Those 200 units at 700 NE
42 Street were completed the
end of May and according
to Broward County Housing
Authority, or BCHA, Director
Kevrin Cregan were leasing
up at a rapid rate, although be-
cause of the delay in electric
service, many families had to
find other housing.
(People were ready to
lease up, but many had to
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work will begin at A1A and
proceed west. At all times dur-
ing the construction, two lanes
will be open each way, he said.
Merchants from the Cove
Shopping Center came to last
week's meeting on the project
to ask that it be shelved due to
current economic conditions.
Said one, "timing is every-
thing. Beautification is not
important to us now. There is a
25 percent vacancy rate in The
Cove."
Another said residents


on the beach will be more
likely to use Camino Real in
Boca Raton to get east of the
Intracoastal and bypass local
businesses.
Dr. Joe Ortlieb asked,
"In this downturn, people are
hanging on by a shoestring.
My patients come no matter
what, but the rest of them are
suffering. Is there any help
for these people?"
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Janyce
Becker offered contractor
Dan Mancini the Chamber
parking lot across from The
Cove's about 40 spaces for
his workers and asked if the
city would be lenient and
allow the merchants more
signage advertising their
businesses.
The project has already
been delayed for years. It


was initiated in 2000 but hur-
ricanes, right of way acquisi-
tion and negotiations with
the state and FP&L created a
bureaucratic quagmire. It also
appeared the initial $7 mil-
lion price tag would double,
but Mancini provided "an
extremely good bid," City
Manager Mike Mahaney said.
He also pointed out that by
starting now, only one tour-
ist season will be impacted
by the construction, and he
added a hopeful note for food
vendors in the area.
"There will be 100 work-
ers out there looking for lunch
or a drink at the end of the
day. Some businesses may
gain customers," he said.
In any case, Mahaney
said, "This train left the sta-
tion a long time ago. There
are interlocking agreements


with DOT; it is way too late
to talk about let's not do this
project."
Mancini told the audience
the project will be done in
small phases with two lanes
east and west always open.
The contract calls for an 18-
month schedule.
Commissioner Pam Mi-
litello, whose district includes
The Cove, endorsed the proj-
ect saying, "I had concerns
about spending $12 i'nillion
for one-mile of construc-
tion and then was pleasantly
surprised. We got everything
we wanted at a price given us
five years ago. This will be
an awesome gateway to the
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FPL's existing Martin Power
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is investigating is putting
slaro panels on homeowners'
Many environmentalists
hope that Florida's utilities
will commit to a program
similar to California's goal of
installing one million solar
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outdoor festival of music at
the Village Grille & Village
Pump, Commercial Boulevard
and the beach. Call 954-776-
5092, For chamber info, call
954-776-1000
Lighthouse Point 954-
781-0400
Pompano Beach Cham-
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looking for volunteer chess
instructors and players. The
club called Pompano Posse
Chess Club" has scheduled a
tournament this fall. It will be
held on the 3rd Saturday in
Sept from 1 to 4 p.m. Awards
Ceremony follows. Call 954-
786-2161.
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Deerfield Beach Cham-
ber 954-427-1050
Lauderdale-By-The-
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By Picky Pelican
FOOD WRITER

"Papa Hughie should be a
brand," says Jane Mark. "He's
an educator. Nobody can
duplicate what he does. Hle is
the ingredient that pulls it all
together."
But chances are Papa
Hughie Crab Cakes won't
ever be in some frozen food
department because Papa
Hughie is all about fresh
seafood.
This week, we traveled up
to the north end of Lighthouse
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Seafood World, 4602 N-
Federal Highway. 4
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case with fresh seafood is
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ready to prepare whatever you
choose to your taste. It can't
get any fresher unless you're
on the boat.
Stone Crab lovers will
have an incredible time here
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Shrimp has a hearty flavor
that cannot be found in other
crustaceans. It's a Gulf of
Mexico thing.
Seafood World gives Pop-
corn Shrimp a new definition
with its beer batter, the same
batter used for the Bahamian
Crab Cakes- divine!
We also had some black-
ened swordfish that was moist
and sweet. Mix that with a
blackened sauce and the taste
buds will never forget this
experience.
One really huge treat this
day were the Oysters Rock-
efeller, and here my New
Orleans history jumped for
joy. The oysters were salty
and firm, and bless the chef
for not smothering them with
sauce. Rather, the spinach and
other ingredients made for a
royal treat.
Hogfish snapper, steamed


Seafood World
4602 N. Federal Hwy.
Lighthouse. Point.
954-942-0740
Catering, Corporate Gifts,
Fresh Market, Weddings,
Yacht Parties, picnics


Continued from page 12

ty. After studying in France at
a culinary school, Jane opted
to serve great food rather than
prepare it. "Great service is
critical," she says. "This is my
chosen profession."
Our first taste at Seafood
World could have been a -
petizers or full meals. The
seared tuna was a tribute to
Chef Earl who takes enor-
mous pride in preparing this
dish. Chef Earl serves the tuna
with a ginger teriyaki sauce
that can be purchased, and
should be, right at Seafood
World.
Then we had nothing but
delightful tasting with the
conch salad, smoked dolphin
and Gulf Shrimp salad. Gulf


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a recent Deerfield Beach
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learned the ropes of servic-
ing diners [Jane and Earl are
always watching], and Chris
wants one day to offer diners
some classical piano or blues
along with his regular serving.
And Momma Mary is
proud of her conch salad and
seafood vinaigrette.


This little spot is a family
of perfectionists. From chow-
der to Key Lime pie, Seafood
World is about all you need
for dining, shopping, catering
and gift sending.
And they have been your
neighbors for 30 years. It's
time to visit Seafood World
if there is anyone left who
hasn't yet.


lobster crab cakes and a won-
derful variety to fresh sea-
food salads is a sign Seafood
World needs more than one
visit.
Jane and Earl say they
have many regulars. Some
call ahead to see what's fresh,
and Earl has it ready when
they arrive.
Soon Papa Hughie may
show off young Chris Cashes,


black beans, rinsed
and drained
2 medium oranges, peeled
and sliced
2 green onions, sliced

1. Mix picante sauce, 2 table-
spoons oil, lime juice and garlic pow-
der.
2. Sprinkle chicken with chili
powder. Brush with remaining oil.
3. Grill chicken 15 minutes or
until done, turning once. Slice chicken
into stri s.
4. Place salad greens on 4
plates. Top with chicken, beans and
olrange, r prlnkle \r Ih' onh~n cand polur
picante sauce mixture over all.

Tequila Lime Corn
& Bean Salad
This salad is delicious served with
grilled chicken breasts.
Prep: 20 minutes
Makes: 5 t-ups
1 cup Pace Tequila
Lime Salsa
1 large red pepper, diced
(about 1 cup)
I cup whole kernel corn
1 can (about 15 ounces)
b ack bea rinsed

1 mango, peeled, seeded
and diced (about 1 cup)
2 tablespoons chopped


1. Str th ceilantropepeayr, corn,
beans, mango and cilantro in medium
bowl. Serve immediately, or cover and
refrigerate until ready to serve.

Pico De Gallo Shrimp
& Avocado Salad
Prep: 10 minutes


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8 cups mixed salad greens
1 medium ripe avocado,
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shrimp and cook until they're cooked
through, stirring often. Pour off any
oil. Add 1 cup pico de gallo and toss
to coat.
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HEALTH
Cholesterol Help NE
Focal Point, 227 NW 2 St.,
Deerfield Beach is hosting a
program, "Cholesterol, Know
Your Facts & Medicine" on
Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to noon,
The eveht includes a free
medication consultation and
a personal interview with a
CVS pharmacist. The event is
free. Reservations are recom-
mended as space is limited.
954-480-4449
Diabetes Classes on
Wednesday from 11 to noon.
Different topics each week.
Classes are taught by Diane
Harvey, RN, CDE in the
waiting room of the Pompano
Adult Primary Care Center.
Call 954-786-5911

Continued on page 15


Talhnan
'Continued from page 9
Group, the largest mul-
tifamily affordable housing
developer in Flonida, planned
to break ground for 42 single
family homes this summer at
Tallman Pines. Market condi-
tions have slowed that process
and Cregan said the deal has
to be redone before that phase
will go forward.
The $40 million project
was a collaboration between
the Housing Authority and
Carlisle and funding was
obtained from the Florida
Housing Finance Corpora-
tion, Recovery Loan Program,
tax exempt bonds, Bank of
America and the county's
HOME loan.
Tallman Pines is interest-
ing in that it is not only the
most complex project ever
undertaken by the BCHA, it is


ground checks.
Although he expected
Tallman to be fully leased
long ago, Cregan has no
concerns that once the power
goes on and eligible residents
can see the units, they will be
leased up and there will be a
waiting list.
Roughly, income guide-
lines allow a fanuly of four to
earn $42,720 a year: a fam-
ily of three, $38,460. Fifteen
percent of the 200 units are
reserved for those earning
only 30 percent of the median
income. Cregan advises inter-
ested persons to call 954-739-
1114 for a fuller explanation
of the guidelines.
Still another opportunity
for low income seniors is
nearing completion at the
B'nai B'rith campus on SW 3
Avenue. Applications for the

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the first-ever affordable hous-
ing project in Florida built
to "green" standards. That
means low emission paints
and adhesives were used
along with plumbing fixtures
that conserve water, recycled
materials, native plants for
landscaping and a solar panel
system that generates power
for the community clubhouse.
Additionally, materials were
purchased from local suppli-
ers saving on transportation
costs.
Adjacent land will be
developed as a passive,
nature park with trails and
playground. Other amenities
include library, computer lab,
picmic area and volleyball
courts. An extensive list of
resident services includes
healthcare visits, literacy
classes, financial counseling
and job training.
For Erika Ingram, 25,


a clerk with the Broward
County School Board, ac-
ceptance into Tallman Pines
means a safe haven for herself
and four-year-old daughter.
Ingram had to give up her
former apartment June
1, but was able to move
in with a friend in Pompano
Beach and put her furniture
into storage. The move to
Tallman will give her daugh-
ter her own bedroom and the
family an in-house laundry.
"I never had a washer/dryer
inside my apartment before,"
Ingram said. She hopes the
$1,000 she will pay in rent
will enable her to save enough
to buy a home one day.
Along with part time jobs,
Ingram has worked for the
School Board since she was
14. Her work record is a plus.
Tenants at Tallman Pines
must meet income guidelines
and pass credit and back


greens and top with avocado slices.
Serve with dressing and remaining
salsa.


Tequila Lime Vinaigrette
Prep: 5 minutes
Makes: 1 1/4 cups
I cup Pace Tequila
Lime Salsa
1/4 cup olive oil
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pepper
Mixed salad greens

1. Beat salsa, oil, vinegar
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Salsa Verde Grilled
Steak Salad
Prep: 10 minutes
Marinate: 30 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Makes: 4 servings
1 pound beef skirt steak
1 jar (16 ounces)
Pace Salsa Verde
8 cups chopped romaine
lettuce
1/4 cup shredded Mexican
cheese blend
1/4 cup sliced pitted ripe
olives (optional)
1/4 cup sour cream (optional)

1. Pour Icup salsainto shallow
nonmetallic dish or resealable plastic
bag. Add steak and turn to coat. Cover
dish or seal bag and refrigerate for 30
minutes or overnight.
2. Lightly oil grill rack and heat
grill to medium. Grill steak for 10 min-
utes or until desired doneness, turning
it over halfway through cooking and
basting it often with marinade. Throw
away any remaining marinade.
3. Slice steak diagonally into
thin slices. Divide lettuce among 4
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Sightings
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THEATRE
Snow White Beware the
wicked witch and suspicious
apples, but don't miss the July
11 through 27 production of
Snow White by the Sol Chil-
dren Theatre Troups. The per-
formance takes place at the
Sol Children Theatre, 3333 N.
Fed. Hwy., Boca Raton. Call
561-447-8829.
SINGLES
Salsa, HIP HOP -and
Sumba group classes.
Wednesday, 7 to 8 p.m. and
Thursday 7 to 8 p.m. and 8 to
9 p.m. at Showtime Dance and
Performing Arts Theatre, 503
S.E. Mizner Blvd. Suite 73,
Boca Raton.- Call 561-394-
2626
Single Gourmet holds
a gathering every week for
singles at some of the finest
restaurants in Broward Coun-
ty. They provide an upscale
climate for quality singles to
dine, meet, and mingle. Call
954-723-9608.
Support Groups
Alzheimer's Support
Group Meetings are held
A~ug. 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the
NE 'Focal Point Alzheimer's
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Foster
Continued from page 1
Mr. Foster was a trainer
for the Pompano Beach Fire
department mn HAZ MAT.
"John was also a lover of
gardens," Susan said. "He
was an avid coin collector
and an animal lover. One day
he came home with a cat a
woman had handed to him at
the airport. All she said was,
'I don't want him.' I still have
that cat, Jake, a mixed gray
tabby.
Mr. Foster was a long- -


Lauderdale. The Pompano
Beach Housing Authority has
300 units for low to moderate
income workers under con-
struction.
In this current economy,
the housing authorities are
one entity that can still build
homes due largely to the fact
they own the land for the proj-
ects. This ownership is often
the only factor that makes a
project financially feasible.
Cregan thinks that local hous-
ing authorities are doing an
amazing job. Although he
acknowledges that it rarely
happens, "Sometimes, we-
deserve a pat on the back," he
said.



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'tinie member. of St. Elizabeth
of Hungary Roman Catholic
Church.
Besides his wife Susan,
Mr. Foster is survived by
a son, Brian and his wife,
Flavia.
A memorial service will be
held today at 2 p.m. at Forest
Lawn Memorial Gardens, 200
W. Copans Road, Pompano
Beach.
The family requests' that
in lieu of flowers, donations
be made to Noah's Ark, a
sanctuary for feral cats, 954-
648-6414.


Continued from page 1.4

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sity offer free resources and
agricultural education for the
general public.
"We all go there to solve
problems we find in agri-
culture, gardening and other
-conservation issues," said
Constantino, who, like Tor-
rey, is a master gardener and
National Wildlife Federation,
or NWF, Steward.
Now Constantino is on
a speaking circuit where he
demonstrates how anyone can
Build a rain barrel fOr about
$20 using discarded materials,
a few supplies and common
tools.
The rain barrels catch and
store rainwater from house
gutters in a 55-gal barrel,
complete with filters, spigots
and hoses.
Constantino often takes his
invention to groups with the
help of his sister, Ann Poe.
For information about rain
barrels or gardening, call 954-
370-3725, or email Constan-
tino at art onh @ ellsouth.net.

event, two sprytes, Rain [Kim
Wielandt] and Star [Meryl
Shulmister] flitted about the
park raising awareness of but-
terfly gardens in all landscape
plans.
Pompano Proud mem-
bers, Broward County Kristin
Jacobs, and others urged all
attendees to make their back-
yards natural habitats.
Torrey suggests those
interested should log on to
NWF.org. for more informa-

toThose serious about.taking
back the land for the native
animals and butterflies can
follow the directions at this
website to certify their own
backyards as native habitats.
an"It's aibegi ning point not

Backyard habitats are an al-


life, and we are enriched."
Both Wilton Manors and
Coconut Creek are certified
by the NWF as a community
habitat. Torrey needs about
100 homes in Pompano Beach
to be certified to add this city
to the list.
This Saturday, Torrey and
others will be at the the city
nursery for its bi-annual tree
give-away. Residents need to
show proof of city residency.
The give-away takes place
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
nursery is located at the cor-
ner of 5 Avenue and 10 Street,
across from the Sample-Mc-
Dougald House on 10 Street.
Torrey will also assist
residents who are interested in
NWF certification. Call 954-
584-6821.


around. Wouldn't it terrible if
they weren't?" .
SShe's not alone in wanting
the habitats back.
Art Constantino, a retired
food service operator and ac-
tive in conservation, explains
how he got involved in build-
ing and demonstrating the use
of rain barrels.
And it was all over a cap-
puccino. Constantino says his
property backs up to a com-
mercial area that was filled
with discarded barrels.
"!Everyday I go out for a
cappuccino, and everyday I
looked at those barrels to see
how I could make better use
of them," he says.
Finally, after several
meetings at the University of
Florida's extension school in


Continued from page 1

"Basically we are re-creat-
ing habitats for wildlife," said
Torrey- -
100 years ago, farmers and
their families shared the land
with native animals. But Tor-
rey explains that as develop-
ment advanced, Pompano
Beach's natural habitats were
replaced with manicured
lawns and exotic plants.
"Development has usurped
the homes of the native
animals," says Torrey. "The
birds, butterflies, snakes and
mcire have lost their homes.
Every time you plant a tree
or a bush, you're making
it easier for wildlife to be


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With one day a week
watering restrictions, residents
are contacting the lab for help,
Richard Naedele, coordinator,
told members of the Prop-
erty Owners Association of
Naedele said much of what
they advise is usmng common
sense.
One of the easiest things

sordo sth eav th hue.
It's a $25 to $50 item. "If it
rains hard, the sensor shuts
the sprinklers off," Naedele
said. Florida law now requires
sensors on automatic sprinkler
systems. The Broward County
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in2003 as a state-funded ser-
vice offered free to homeown-
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community property manag-
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Evenness or uniformity is im-
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orco ate ig
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Naedle said. The biggest
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irrigation, Diana Guidry of
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this group. She said residents
can expect to be on permanent
water restrictions at one or
two days watering per week.
If you're planting native or
drought-tolerant plants, one
day is sufficient.
She recommended choos-
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melaleuca, Guidry suggested.
Termites won't eat it, and it
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and reduce pollution natu-
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inches of mulch on top. That
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dies. The mulch decomposes.
For more information on
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need less water, and the roots
will grow deeper.
For greater efficiency, it
may be necessary to change
the size of the pipes as the get
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Continued from page 3
disrespect from the CIC per-
son of the year (John Mac-
Millan) and another sitting
commissioner (Vice Mayor
Jerry Mclittee)," Dodd
wrote in an em~ail to The
Pelican.
On Tuesday, Dodd sent
another e-mail Tuesday to the
CIC board declining to attend
Their town hall Meet the Com_
missioners program Aug. 3 at
Jarvis Hall.
Dodd said he was very
disappointed with the reac-
tion to his request to suspend
his membership. "I hold the
CIC very dear to my heart,
and having been president,
there is nothing further from .
the truth," he said. "It was
my decision, and I accept the
consequences."
Contributing to his deci-
sion, Dodd said, was a recent
ruling by the Florida Com-
mission on Ethics concerning
a complaint about McIntee
and his involvement as a
town commissioner and CIC
<:hair. The commission found
probable cause that McIntee
had a prohibited conflict as


missioners.,
"Having been a member,
then the president, cam-
paigned, collected petitions,
run the recall against Mayor
Parker and filled out question-
naires on my political posi-
tions on everything but the
kitchen sink, I had expected
the directors to see that I had
held the organization in very
high regard, held their views
for the good of our town and
was doing my best to rep-
resent everyone's wishes to
the best of my ability," Dodd'
wrote. "In order not to be
seen as indentured to the CIC,
I chose to ask for a leave of
absence which has resulted
in a rather more permanent
solution."
Dodd said he.hoped to be
invited to future CIC meet-
ings to listen to members'
concerns, update them on
his position on current issues
and listen to their ideas and
opinions. "I personally feel
that by asking for a sabbatical
I will be in a better position
to serve the town and uphold
the values and mantra of the
CIC that I have steadfastly

Continued on page 23


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The Pelican 19


Friday, July 18, 2008


commission members sitting
in the audience, and I felt
it would be detrimental to
the freedom of the political
group," he wrote.
"I happen to think that it is
unhealthy for the CIC to con-
tinue with four commissioners
sitting in the general mem-
bership and have chosen to
take the lead in doing what I
believe will strengthen rather
than weaken the standing of
the CIC in the eyes of the
town or potential new mem-
bers," Dodd said in his letter
to the CIC board. "What is
the point of joining a political
action committee if the com-
mittee already has four out of
the five commissioners in the
membership that they are sup-
posed to be monitoring?" -
Dodd said he has followed
up with a call to the ethics
commission and was told
they cannot legislate against
bad practices. He was told it
becomes an ethics problem
when the political action
committee makes a decision
to take legal action, litigation
or sue the town, since there is
immediately a financial link
between the actions of the
committee and the town com-


chairman of the CIC while a
member of the town commis-
sion.
"I personally feel the
ethics committee ruling may
have stopped short of spe-
cifically finding a conflict
between being a member of
a political action commit-
tee and a commissioner, but
I have always tried to set an
example when it comes to
integrity, honesty and avoid-
ing any conceivable appear-
ance of impropriety," Dodd
said. "It is iny personal belief
that there is a big conflict to
being a commissioner and
a member of the CIC, and I
believe it weakens the CIC as
an effective political action .
committee."
For example, Dodd
continued, if the CIC wants
to discuss among the mem-
bership sanctions, petitions,
referenda or who they are
going to support as candidates
in the next election, having
four current commissioners in
the audience would be totally
damaging to the freedom of
the membership to voice their
opinions openly. "
Dodd, Commissioner
13irute Clottey, Commissioner


Jim Silverstone and McIntee
are all members of the CIC
and attend the meetings.
"'The CIC & CAC, or
Citizens Action Committee,
before it is and has always
been a very effective 'watch
dog' of the town's elected of-
ficials, and the members and
directors of the CIC should
be completely free from any
influence or pressure from
those elected officials," Dodd
said. "This is actually why I
was against wives of commis-
sioners serving as directors,
but that's my-own personal
opinion that was voted down."
Maureen McIntee, wife of
Jerry, is vice chair of the CIC
board.
Since he was elected to the
town commission, Dodd said
he made it known^ he wanted
to discuss stepping down from
the position of CIC chairper-
son,
He was concerned about
the possibility of an ethics
conflict. He was asked to
remain until the CIC held an
election, he said.
"I have been wrestling
with the moral problem of
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Cleaning. Great Rates!! 954-
551-3325. 8/8

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 foryourf ree quote. Lic/ins
754-366-1915 8/8

Cleaning Girls Professional
res & comn free est. Michelle
954-592-6817 C

HANDYMAN Plumbing,
Electrical, Painting, Restoring-
Yardwork. When you need an
extra hand, call me at 954-785-
8888. No Job too big or small-
Lic. Ins. 8/1

COMPLETE K 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. 7/25

SUPER HAN DY MAN -
Cabinets, Fans, Locks, Paint,
Tile, Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387.8/1

TRANSPORTATION SERVICE-
Nationwide. Seaports &Airports.
Affordable & Courteous. Will

t ke you to th D ctor's Office'
Available 24/7. All Occasions.
Luxury Transportation. New
Town Cars. Cliff Van-Am. 561-
252-2799. Licensed &; Insured.
7/18

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


YRUR SSERRFCED Vo ArpoAT
Shoppn, A polntments, Ets,
$20/phr-u 2-7 lpays/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
370-1622. C

PEDRO'S PAINTING-Special &
Custom Paint. Faux Finish. Int/
Ext. Handyman-LightCarpentry,
Stucco, Electrical, Drywall,
Windows! PEDRO 561-350-
3781. Lic/Ins 2004-19976.


ANYTIME MOVERS-Q1UALITY
Moves Guaranteed -Short
Notices!! FREE BOXES.
Family-Owned. Lic. # IM557.
954-346-6683or954-941-6848
or 954-776-6683. 7/25
LADY DRIVER-To Doctors and
all appointments. Afternoons
$10 Hr. Part-time. 3hr Minimum.
Call 954-781-1162. 7/18

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

LET'S TALK. ABOUT the
most personalized shopping
experience around: AVON.
Contact Donna Marie Calderone
Avon Ind. Sales Rep. 754-
422-9992 or shop my web
site at www.youravon.com/
dcalderone. C 7/25

SALES OPPORTUNITY-Earn
tip to $250,000 annually.
Great for Stay-At-Home
Moms. Second Job or Primary
Business. Contact Justine @
781-910-5805. Justine ghp@
hotmail.com. 8/1

IN D U S T R IA L
OPPORTUNITIES The
lowest-cost, most sensitive
ice sensing systems in the
world. Manufactured locally.
STATE GIC PARTNERS
SOU G HT NO W. Sale s,
Operations. www.N~ewAvionics.
Com. 954-568-1991. C

NOW ADDA PHOTOTO YOUR
CLASSIFIED. 20 words and
photo for $20

HOUSE FOR SALE

DEERFIELD BEACH' MUST
SEE. EAST OF FED. HWY
2/1. Sunroom. Garage. Central
A/C. Close to Beach, Shopping
ad Re grants. 04 4-yea
561-901-3802. C

POMPANO BEACH SINGLE
FAMILY HOME-1432 NE 27
Ct. remodeled 3/1 new alc, new
flrs., new walls, new ceilings,
new bath, new shingled roof and
Iarge fenced yard with storage
shed. Min To Ocean. FHA
area. $189,000. Kathy Pickett
954-253-1337 Keller Williams
Properties. 7/25
HOUSElll! HANDYMAN/
INVESTORIII Large Yard. Call
Nasty Real8Estate. 954-822-
102 71


CONDOS FOR
SALE

POMPANOBEACH-WATER'S
EDGE -Eighth Floor, Furnished
2BD/2BA Corner Unit on
ICW/Hillsboro Inlet. Water
Viiews Every Room. Building
Restoration Almost Complete.
$529,900. Call 954-946-8633.
7/18

POMPANO l4STCAUSEWAY-
Near Beach. E Of US 1. 1st
Flr Condo. 2/2 + Den. Eat-in
Kitchen. WID In Unit. AII
Renovated. Pool, BBQ, Storage.
$245,000 obo. 561-703-6545.
7/1.8

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 i

POMPANO BEACH-201 N
Ocean Blvd Granada House.
Direct ocean views from all
angles of corner penthouse
with 2/2, new kitchen, huge
great room & balcony. Pool-
Laundly-activity room, parking.
$349,000 3rd Party Lender
Approval Needed. Kathy Pickett
954-253-1337 Keller Williams
Properties. 7/25
POMPANO A1A-CENTURY
PLAZA Oceanfront! Spacious
1500 sq ft 2/2, Eat-in Kitchen.
24/7 Security. Bldg Completely
Renovated. Apt in Exc Cond.
$325K. 954-783-9871 or 954-
536-047($. 8/8

CONDO SALES-2/2 $49K And
1/1 $24,900. Lake And Tile. Call
Dynasty Real Estate. 954-822-
1012. 7/18

POMPsANO on lCW-VOYAGER
OK $279,500. Also 1111
N Riverside Furnished 2/2
Gorgeous view. $284K. Low
maint. Judy at Prudential FL i st.
954-304-4518. 7/18

LIGHTHOUSE PT. CONDO
- 2/2, 1ST Floor end unit
convenient location Very Safe
Neighborhood. $150K. Eves
954-946-0870 8/22

S -DuE ALaEdBYonTdHs
$500,000 To 2 $Million$. Do-
All Real Estate. More Info Call
954-549-4639. 8/8 ~

LHP EAST OF US 1 2/2,
3RD flr condo with Hurricane
shutters elevator, heated pool,
putting green, Assoc. says 55+
only $89,900 FL Sunbelt Realty
954-973-6;263 7/25


HOME HEALTH AIDES/
CNA'S Needed For Private
Duiy Agencatin Lig~htho d
Tuesday PAnd T usdys. Call
954-783-1998. DFWP. 8/1

FOUNDER SEEKS-People with
I nternet And/Or Commu nication

S. $80P Mli n ull'07 ill ri
& FREE Travel. 954-781-1114.
7/18
TOP & PANTS PRESSER-
Plus full-time driver. Sutton
Place Cleaners. 814 S Federal
Hwy. Deerfield Beach.954-428-
2321.7/18

HAIR, NAIL AND FACIAL
TECHS Needed At New Salon.
Licensed and Experienced.
Pompano Beach Location.
Full-Time or Part-Time. Call
954-786-5355. C

SALES REPRESENTATIVES
,SERVICE TECHNICIANS,
ADMIN. ASST.- for Pompano
Pest Control Company, Call.
954-570-5307. C

BOOKEEPEREX(PERIENCED~
In Quickbooks. Flexible Part-time
Hrs. Pompano Location. Fax
Resume &Salary Requirements!
305-479-2904. 7/25

N~AILTECH WANTED -Acrylics,
Manicures, Pedicures. Full/Part
Time.Nice Shop.Deerfield-
Military Trail In Publix Shopping
Plaza. More info 954-426-8966.
7/25

CASHIER AND CAR WASH
HELP-East Pompaho Area.
Experienced. Weekends a
MUST. Immediate Openings.
Call 954-781-6502.~ C

FREE TUITION TAX SCHOOL
- Eamnextramicome after passing
course. Flexible schedules,
convenient locations. Register
now! ~Classes start Sept 8.
954-783-5353. Small fee for
bos C

AUTO-TECHNICIAN Full
time/Part time wanted for busy
auto shop. Pompano Beach.
Call 954-942-8920. C

SINGING
LESSONS

SINGING LESSONS-All Ages,
All Styles. Music Theory
Tutoring Performance
Opportunity. Susan Siren.
954-464-7584. 8/8


EMPILO~ICYMN I
NURSlNG HOME HEALTH
CARE References Available.
Flexible Hrs. OwnTransportation.
Available Immediately. 954-
594-3097. 7/25

BABYSITTING- looking fo jbs
in Lig thhouse PtE Grandmot e

avail. 954-946-0870 C

WEDDINGS

LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT
SETTING For Your Personal
Wedding!!! BY ORDAINED
Pastor. Complete Packages
Available. Info 954-632-1302.
8/8

SERVICES

HAN DYMAN/REMODELING
- -20.Years In Pompano. No Job
Too Large Or Small. Painting,
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical,.Kitchenns Baths. Call
954-295-4118. 7/25

Casey Brotherp Handyman
Services No job too small,
tile, bath, kitchens. References
upon request. Cali forfrmeequote.
954-783-9798. 8/1

PAINTING BY BRENDA-
Professional & Quality Painting.
Faux FinisheS, Walipaper
Removal. Bellagio Expert. Free
Estimate. 954-970-8161. 8/1
EMERALD IRISH CLEANING-
Est 20 yrs. English speaking.
Cleaning Supplies. HRand
scrubbed f irs. Detailed.
Specials 3 hrs $55. 4 hrs $65.
Service guaranteed. www.
emeraldidjshcleaning'.com, Call
954-524-3161. 7/18

HOME IMPROVEMENTS-
BATHROOMS & Kitchens,
Windows, Doors, Shutters,
Drywall, Decks, Fences, Tile,
Etc. Free Est. Quality Work
Guaranteed. Call Ron 954-709-
7315. 8/8

ANY ODD JOBS-PAINTING
- Trash Removal, small Moves,
Clean Gutters., Landscaping,
Fences, Demolition, Labor,
Repairs, Detail Cars/Boats.
Property Maintenance. 954-
709-5998. C7/18

DOORS FRAMES REPAIRED
&Installed. Free est. 35 years
exp -954-668-9758 call 24/7

MELVIN YARD CARE!!-Grass
Cutting, Weeding, Sodding,
Trimming, Trash removal. Free
Estimate. 954-783-1 898Or 954-
895-5112. 7/25


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EMPLOYMENT SEEKING


VEHICLES WANTED
NIICE CARS ONLY!
PLsnEAENO JUNKS
$500 $5000.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
CONTACT: 954-549-7776

PALM-AIRE-Large 3 Bd/2
Ba. Corner Penthouse. Great
Golf Course, Views!! Fresh
$1ait ueCarpet954 Tile.
0005. 7/25

POMPANOBEACHCYPRESS
CLUB CONDO 1st Flr 2/2 condo,
has eat-in kitchen, tiled living
space, screened patio, Boat
docks avail. Ocean access.
Pool, gym, game room. Great
opportunity $199,000 3rd party
lender approval needed. Kathy
Pickett. 954-253-1337 Keller
Williams Properties. 7/25
LBTS -SOUTH LEISURE -1
BD/1 BA.G~round Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright.
Call: 954-493-8894.

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

SCO-OP SALES

POM2P M BTEoA H-a.5 o
Kit/A Il., Pool, clubhoue
55+. pFurnished/Unfurni he.
$67,500 Cash. Linda 954-536-
1941. 8/8

ROOM-MATE
WANTED
WANTED Female Room-mate.
Pompano on ICW, Canal, 14th
St. Cswy. Partially Furn 1st
flr. Single Room. Pvt Jacuzzi,
shower/tub. Bathroom-kitchen

smkr$00P mth incl ut ltie
+ $500 sec. Pool, gym, BBQ.
754-366-7212. 7/18


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STORAGE
DEERFIELDIPOMPANO -
Outdoor storage, truck/trailers/
boats. Call 954-520-1777.
8/1

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



VEHICLES
WANTED

CASH $ TOP DOLLAR PAID
For Junk Cars, Trucks and
Vans. Running Or Not. No
Title Necessary With Proper
ID. 954-303-1281 or 954-822-
5700. 8/8
RECYCLED! \iYE BUY JUNK
CARSI Auto Acres. Top $$$$
Paid. FamilyOwned &Operated.
800-753-6096 8Sell your junk

VEHICLES WANTEDII
Nice Cars Only!! PLEASE
NO JUNKS! $500-$5000.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC.
Contact 954-549-7776.
7/18

LET US HELP YOU MAKE
EXTRA $$$$$$ With Our
Garage Sale Ads!!!! Just Give
Us a Call & We'll Do The Rest!!
954-783-8700 Ask For Fran.

BANKRUPTCY
SALE
BANKRUPTCY FURNITURE
SALE- Specified in US
Bankruptcy case # 07-12612.
CIlister Financial is selling the
assets of the former DREAM
HOUSE FURNITURE at3900 N.
Federal Hwy between Oakland&
Commercial. Thousands of fine
furniture itemsselling regardless
of cost or loss. Plush leather

Manstmri bd oerrsI nttrr sns'
recliners, framed art, wall
systems, lamps, contemporary
tables, area rugs, armoires,
bombe chests, pub sets, florals,
dining sets, sectionals...you
name it. New items from
the warehouse daily...Come
early...come often...'til it is all
gone. Custer Financial 954-630-
1571. ala

DOCK SPACE

POMPANO BEACH-Dock Up

a-bob d.$2M0re ontoh. 9N54- 43
7802. 7/18

LIQUIDATION
SALE
SINKS, VANITIES-Faucets,
Jacuzzi tubs. See Pictures &
prices at wwwjpappy.com. Call
954-682-6319. 8/1


FOR SALE
SAILBOAT Erickson '27 ft.
Mercury Outboard. Reduced.
Pompano Beach. $3,200. Call
954-782-3543. C

u suuLANWDO 7-GADL

$1A50Sfor both 1954-788-1333.

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT-Patio
table, Clothes, Lots of misc.
items, Lighthouse Point, Call
954-946-0870. C
AIR HOCKEY TABLE Being
Sold by Ocean Sands Resort.
Great Condition Like New. Call
John at 954-415-4433. C
CANARIES-MALES AND
FEMALES 5mos old $50. Flight
Cages 4xex2 $150. 18x30 $50.
Deerfield 954-427-0837. 7/18
ANTIQUE FIREPLACE-frame
and Antiguebuggyi.$500 each or
obo Call Jennife 95 -a4h-4o60

com for pictures. C

HEALTH AND
FITNESS
FITNESS EQUIPMENT like
new!! See pictures and prices
on www. pap~py.com. Call 954-

MOMMY & ME ifOGA Every
Mon. 11:15am-12:15pm~ at
Leading Lady Fitness, Pompano
Beach, Babies 0-12 mos., All
Levels. Call 954-545-4601.


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Market

aliVe at

FOunders

Park

Every Saturday, 8 a~m.
-to 1 p~m~at the cor-
.ner of 2 Street and 3
Avenue.
Summer fruits &
vegetables, Gg.
Peaches, Vine ripe
tomatoes, Fresh fish
from~the boat, plants
and more. The Green
Market is' sponsored
by the Pompano Beach
HiStorical Society.


Help Wanted
Positions are available
at The Pompano
Pelican Newspaper
for Writers & Sales
Call Anne: 954-783-
8700


POMPANO BEACH Fully
Fumishedl1/1 Condo.1 Block
To Beach. New Kitchen/Bath.
Pool. Laundry Rm On Site.
Month Rentals. 954-540-
9851. 7/18


STUDIO/
EFFICIENCY FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH-Clean
Furnished Efficiency. 1Mile To
Beach. $675 Month. Includes
Utilities & Cable. 954-941-
2915. 7/25

CO MM ERCIA L
SPAC E FOR RENT
STORAGE YARD FOR
RENT. Gated With Cement
Block, Enclosed With
Overhead door Plus, V2
Roof. $2000 Per Mo. 9~54-
467-0274 Mon-Fri 9am-
3pm. 7/25

PRIME POMPANO. BEACH-
Commercial Office Space
(Approx 500 Sq Ft) With Large
Bay (Approx6$00 Sq Ft) Asking
$1,100/mo. Annual Lease.
954-783-3723. 8/15
FOR RENT: Commercial
Spacel1,000 sqft. Located in
Pompano Beach. Call 954-588-
6767 for information on Move-in
Specially 8/1
AUDERDALE -BY -THE -
SAe- sGron K or, Eraosx
780 sq. ft., Only $1,200 per
month, Apt. upstairs also
available, Art Deco Style.
vtindow Shutters. All Ouality
Properties, Call 954-564-
4446. 7/25
E. ATL~ANTIC BLVD. Office
space or storage, 200 Sq. Ft.,
$400/mo. Call 954-783-8700.
PRIME SHOP OrOffice Space-
N.E. 34 Court& Dixie, Oakland
Park. 920 sq ft. 1st Month
FREE-2nd Month' V2 ent. TaX-
Water-Waste FREE. Won't
Last. $950 Month. 954-563-
3533. 8/8
OFFICE SPACE -Prime
Pompano Location, Call 954-
783-8700. C


LIGHTHOUSE POINT-on deep
waterw/nice view of luxury homes.
1/1 (1st flr) &2/2 townhouse with
patio. Yr Leases. Boat Dockage
available. Drive by 2421 NE 36St.
Call 954-943-7563. C
POMPANO BEACH-405 N
Ocean Blvd. Parliament.
IDirect ocean vibw fr ,mb t
closets, 2 marble bath with
eat-in kitchen. Entertainment
sized dining and great room
completed with custom
mi rrored walis enhance ocean-
front living. Pool-gym-sauna
billiards, storage laundrygame
room and garage. All for $399K
rental $1875 Mo. 1st last & sec
deposit required. Kathy Picken
954-253-1337 Keller Williams
Properties. 7/25
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.

A1A POMPANO-FURN 1/1..5.
Completely Renovated. Granite,
Stainless Steel Kitchen. Heated
Pool. Private Access To Beach.
Annual Lease $11i00 Month. 954-
629-0947. 7/25
POMPANO BEACH RENTAL
- BEACH FRONT, Large Furn.,
1/1, 3rd flr. All renovated, all
amenities. impact windows Turn-
key, $1400/ month, 6 months or
yrly 561-703-6545 7/18 '
POMPANO BEACH -
1/1 ,500 ft. to Beach, 3205 NE 9th
St., $850/mo. Call 954-803-3087
7/18
POMPANO BEACHFRONT-
Large 1/1 3rd Flr Furn. All
Renovated. AllAmenities. Impact
Windows. Turn-keyl $1400 Mo.
6 Mos or Yrly. 561-703-6545.
7/18
POMPANO lARGE 1/1 CONDO-
Patio, Secure Bldg. $800 Month.
Non-Smoker-No Pets. 954-600-
8353. C 7/18
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen Available.
500 Feet To Ocean. Laundry And
Pool On Premises. No Pets. Call
954-773-4551 or 248-977-2221
or 248-736-1533. 8/8


POMPANO ON ICW-Large
updated 2/2 Voyager Condo.
ICW ocean views. Fully Furn.
W/D in unit. 2 small pets OK.
Annual lease @ $1700 month.
Judy at Prudential FL 1st. 954-
304-4518. 7/18 .
DEERFIELD BEACH-Great
t/2 Ne c rpt pit, rtouvn
with Balcony and Pool. Very
nice. $875/$925/mo. 1-631-
885-3342, 7/25

POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
1/1 CONDO $700 Mo. Furn/
Unfurn. Annual. All Newn. 561-
866-3839. 8/1 .
DEERFIELD CENTURY
VILLAGE-55+. 1/1.5 Fully
Furnished. Waterviews!!
Screened Porch. Great
Location. Yrly $775. 954-426-
2512. 7/25
POMPAN O-D EERFIELD
2/1.5 Townhome. Lakeview!!
Commmnity5Pool. Near urtn e

Option to Buy. Low Deposit
$500. 954-501-7611 Or 954-
290-4751. 7/25
POMPANO BEACH-For
Rent. Magnificent Waterfrobt
Complex. 2 Blocks To Beach.
Covered Parking. Security.
Luxury 2/2 completely updated.
Sliding doors to screen balcony
overlooks waterway, Marina and
Heated Pool. Furn/Unfurn. Avail
Immediately. Yearly $1500/mo.
954-783-2151. 7/25
POMPANO BEACH-1BED/1 BA .
furnished Apt. on 14th St.Cswy
By the Beach Pool. $900/mo.
Annual Rental. Call 954-941-
2600. Ask for George. C
NORTH LAUDERDALE-Coral
Ridge Colony Corner, 2/1
Unfurnished, 2nd FI., Modern
Kitchen, Large Bedrooms,
2 miles to Downtown Wilton
Manors. $1250/mo. Call 954-
557-4150. 7/18
POMPANO BY THE BEACH-
Immediate Occupancy.
Annual & Short Term. Furn/
Unfurn. Clean, updated,
Laundry, pool, electric, cable
WI/Fi Included. Small Pets'
From $7991mo plus security
deposit. Also Large Corner 1
Bedrm Apts. $899 + Electric.
754-368-7355 Or 954-608-
7653. Owner Agent. 7/25
LIGHTHOUSE POINT
WATERFRONT -2 / 2
Unfurnished Apt. W/D. Pool.
Yrly rental. More Info 954-801-
4717. C

POMPANO Large Furnished
Studio w/ Private Balcony &
Lrge thEDv1 tBA dpt.N(72DO so
$800/(no. Or$200/wk(. Call 954-
675-2363. 7/18


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CONDO FOR SALE
OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH -1 B/1 B.
Updated. Furnished Apartment
on 14th Street by the Beach.
580/o Yeal Rentl Fo ae
Ask for George 9/8
POMPANO BEACH-Near
Publix/Federal Hwy. 1/1 On
Canal-Dock. 1st Flr. Laundry
Facility. $850 Mo. First, Last
& Deposit. Approval Required.
Sale $127,000. .Info 954-783-
7344. 7/18
EAST POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Rennovated condo $800 mo + 1
mo. security Cony. Location near
shops, Trans; small pet OK sell
$115K 754-235-4440. 7/4C

HOMES FOR RANT
DEERFIELD BEACH SINGLE

Ca~rpaomt.omplietelyoRmeov tedh
Access To Clubhouse & Pool.
$1200 Month. 954-326-9460.
8/8

FOR RENT

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McIntee~ referred to how
the Broward Sheriff's Office
ousted the volunteers in the
fall of 2006 for safety reasons.
Commissioners recently se-
lected the VFD, their only ap-
plicant, to begin providing fire
protection service in LBTS
starting in October. They're
replacing BSO Fire Rescue.
IMcIntee, a VFD member,
proposed the ordinance call-
ing for referendum approval
for any entity other than the
VFD to provide primary fire .
protection in town.
McIntee's attempts to get it
passed last week failed.
Commissioners tabled the -
item until next week to get
more information.
?Two asked why the rush to
referendum.
Commissioner Jim Silver-
stone, also a VFD member
and former chief, agreed with
McIntee and supported the
referendum.
Silverstone said the vol-
unteers were never as strong -
as they are now. "What if in
the future they don't have a


strong relationship? He said
the referendum would pre-
vent another ouster, an event
he says never should have
happened.
But Commissioners Birute
Clottey and Stuart Dodd,
who usually side with Mc
Intee and Silverstone, asked
why the hurry.
Clottey said she supports
the VFD buit asked, "Why on
the November ballot? It costs
$20,000 for a special elec-
tion."
She said the VFD needs
more time to prove them-
selves. "With this referendum
we tie the hands of this com-
mission."
Dodd said he prefers letting
the volunteers come in first
and then calling for the refer-
endum further down the line.
Mayor Roseann Minnet
said the volunteers did a
wonderful job July 4. "Let's
not take something like this
and turn it around. This is
binding the hands of fu-
ture commissions and the
people,What if the volunteers


C CWith t his You'd have to be a moron. If
referendum` we they're that good, God bless
them. To give them a free
tie he hndshand is not right."
of this commission." Frank Herrmann favored
Clottey the referendum. "Without it
the VFD will be submitted to
want out? What is the mes- harassment."
sage we're sending? Does this Lisa Mitchell added, "These
provide transparency or is it people come with a heart.
saying it's the VFD or nothing It's time to give respect and
at all?" dignity back to the VFD."
Town Attorney D~an Abbott Joyce Murray asked if the
said the referendum regulates town had a referendum with
commissions' conduct. anyone else they have a con-
Several residents addressed tract with. "Isn't that discrimi~-
the commission about the pro- natory?" she asked?
posed referendum. McIntee suggested comlmis-
Edmund Malkoon, president sioners check with Melbourne
of the Bel Air Civic Associa- Beach, which he said had a
tion, asked who would monitor similar referendum regarding
the volunteers. "Who will pro- their volunteer fire depart-
Stect residents against potential ment.
harm?" he asked. Minnet said she.had
.The VFD is a private, for- checked on M~elbourne Beach,
profit corporation. "I think it's as the vice mayor suggested
illegal to have a referendum previously, and the town only
like this." has police in their charter.
Bob Fleishman said he Later McIntee said it was
thinks the volunteers can do Cape Canaveral, not Miel-
the job. "'But to give them this bourne Beach he had referred
. kind of power is ridiculous. to.


Volunteers
Continued from page 1
"The reason this referendum
was generated is because the
volunteers got a raw, evil,
mean deal," McIntee said.
"They were thrown to the
wolves. Now they have a
force of nearly 100 people.
How do they know they won't
get thrown- out when you guys
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Cole was co-manager of
campaigns for Dodd and Clot-
tey, along with Cristie Furth,
Cole said she hopes the
dust settles and that the Au-
gust commission break helps.
"They're all good friends.
And they all have the same
desire," she said.

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YOu thmnk?


"This could have all been
avoided, whether it was
Stuart or any other member,"
said Barbara Cole, a former.
Vice chair of the CIC whose
website, barbaracolebythe-
sea.com, first reported the
story. "With the CIC I used to
belong to any member should
have felt assured they could
have written to the board
asking for temporary leave.
Even with no reason given,
they should have received a


gracious letter back saying we
hope you'll be back to join us
soon," Cole said.
"It's a shame," Cole said,
referring to the negative reac-
tion and screaming at Dodd.
"It's still a good organization,
but they have to figure out
how they handle who they
are. They're in a position
they weren't in before. They
weren't the majority before.
I never would have believed
this would have happened."


"If I continue to try to do
what I believe is best for the
whole town, I hope the CIC
will continue to support me
during my period as an elected
official for Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea. I hope none of you
will be upset or feel I'm being
a traitor to the organization
since I value greatly all the
friendships I have established
as well as the invaluable input
from my closest advisors," he
concluded.


Continued from page 19
campaigned on and never
once flip-flopped on any issue
during the election or since I
was elected."
Dodd said he stands by
doing what is right and not
taking the easy way out. If his
departure from the CIC must
be labeled, "Call it a sabbati-
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