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i MARCH 13, 2009 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POlMl LAMurUALE-IbY-IHE-SEA Vol. XV, Issue 11


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Pompano,

Deerfield

get $800,000

in stimulus

funds for law

enforcement
By Michael d'Oliveira


PELICAN STAFF
As city and county coffers are
squeezed tighter by current economic
conditions, local governments are find-
ing themselves with fewer and fewer
dollars to spend on emergency services.
With an eye towards augment-
ing funding for law enforcement and
stimulating the economy, the Obama
Administration has allocated $2 billion
from the 2009 American Recovery and,
Reinvestment Act, to be directed to-
wards state and local law enforcement
programs through Justice Assistance
Grants, or JAG.
"That's funding that will help
communities throughout America keep
their neighborhoods safer with more
cops, more prosecutors, more probation
officers, more radios and equipment,
more help for crime victims and more
crime prevention programs for youth,"
said President Obama at the gradua-
tion of 25 police recruits in Columbus,
Ohio on March 6.
Using crime and population sta-
tistics, the Administration has made
cities and counties across Florida
-eligible to receive a total of over $135
million in JAG monies. Pompano
Beach, $571,977, and Deerfield Beach,
$233,074, are among the 23 cities in
Broward County on the list. Broward
is eligible for $237,161.
"This is not a new program, just
a new source of funding," said Susan
Oliver, public affairs team leader at the
United States Justice Department.
Obama promised a swift response
to funding applications, saying the


Nolan voters' choice


Poitier topples

challenger in

District 4
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Woody Poitier took 80 percent of
the 768 votes cast on March 10 to re-'
capture the District 4 seat he has held
for the last seven months.
While Poitier's position on crime
Continued on page 23
LBTS Chamber

gets local stimulus

from Broward


SBy Judy Vik

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FF WRITER


Newly elected Deerfield Beach Mayor, Peggy Nolan, reacts to news that
she had won the day. [Staff photo]
New Deerfield commissioners eager to get
to work after two incumbents are defeated


By Judy Wilson


in those precincts that Noland pulled
PELICAN WRITER ahead in her quest to be Deerfield's


Peggy Noland was in Century
Village East all day on Tuesday, a
campaign effort that paid off. It was


next mayor, out pacing former mayor
Al Capellini in what had always been
Continued on page 2


INSIDE
The Volunteer Fire Department took a
moment to sample.the food at the LBTS
Chamber's Taste of the Beach. Chris
Maddock and Miko Angeles give Buca Di
Beppo's pasta dish a try. See page 13.


...... ... --. viayor Ken
Keechl presented a check for $20,000
to support the Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Welcome Center at Tuesday's town
commission meeting.
Funds are from the Greater Fort
Lauderdale Convention Center and


Continued on page 10

Roadhouse

restaurant opens

in Pompano

Beach March 16
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
When you say peanuts to David
Toole, he sees dollars and "incredible
price points."
Toole is opening up three new
Roadhouse Restaurants in Florida, the
ones famous for peanut shells on the
floor, aged steaks, baby back ribs and
salads.
Locals are already watching the
Continued on page 11


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DB election
Continued from page 1
his stronghold.
"I went up to everybody
as they got out of their cars-
and said 'I'm Peggy Noland.
I'm running for mayor. Please
vote for me,'" the sunburned
candidate recalled. "Everyone
was so nice. They said things
like 'all right, dear.'"
The face-to-face approach
is typical of the loquacious
Noland, who defeated Capel-


lini by 371 votes. She speaks
in volumes about her love of
Deerfield Beach where she
and her husband Howard
raised their three children and
where she served 12 years as
District 1 commissioner.
Tuesday night at her vic-
tory party, Noland, 57, said
"This is our city, and I fought
hard for it. Together we'll
bring Deerfield Beach back."
Noland's reference is
to the turmoil that has been
the city's identity for the last


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Capellini .. .. 1527
Jean Robb ....... 1116
Donald Cleveland .... 994
Don Petersen . . 709
Caryl Berner ...... 112
District 1
Joe Miller 1187
Pam Militello- 1022


four years during which City
Manager Larry Deetjen was
forced out, commission mem-
bers were openly hostile to
one another, Commissioner
Steve Gonot resigned after
being charged with a cam-
paign violation and Capellini
was removed when he was
charged with using his office
for personal gain.
Before the polls closed
on Tuesday, Capellini said he
would feel like a winner no
matter how the election came
out. "If I win, I get four more
years of torture," he joked.
"If I lose, I go on my way
and can put my energy into
my business which is really
what I love doing."
The former mayor said.
he ran for re-election "as a,


District 3
Marty Popelsky 1293
Donna Capobianco 631
Jurandir Albuquerque 74
District 4
Bill Ganz 966
Gary Lother 704


matter of pride. I wasn't go-
ing to let this witch hunt (his
indictment) dictate what I'm
going to do." Capellini main-
tains his,defense that there is
case law that will-dismiss the
complaint against him. His
case is scheduled for a hearing
early in April.
The other strong con-
tender in the mayoral race
N\ as Jean Robb who served as
mayor in the '80s.
.MAll those elected Tuesday
had campaigned on restoring
the city's image.
Noland said her first
priority is making the new
commissioners feel welcome
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school them on how to get in-
formation "so they can make
an educated decision." Noland
is also dismayed that there is
no bathroom or drinking foun-
tain at the Pioneer Park ball
field and said she would go
to "every plumber in town" if
necessary to remedy that lack.
A larger issue that she is
researching is a proposal that
the fire department dispatch
be taken over by BSO.
Commission races
Bill Ganz, who defeated
former fire chief Gary Lother
by 262 votes in District 4, said
he is ready to get to work.
Ganz, 40, proposed the city's
new abandoned property ordi-
nance and it is at the top of his
agenda now.
Ganz also intends to get
a firm grip on all aspects of
the city budget. "I want to
jump on that right away,"
Ganz said. He also intends to
review the city's water rates
because in his canvassing of
the district, the number one
complaint he heard was about
water rates. "I was very, very
surprised, shocked. But we
consistently-heard that an
extra $50 a month was a prob-
lem. We need to make sure we
are meeting our obligation and
then see if there is room to
lower the rates."
Joe Miller, 59, slipped
b.y incumbent Dist. 1 Comis-
sioner Pam Militello by just
165 votes. Militello, won four
years ago with about 1,000
votes backed by the Original
Save Our Beach organization.
She apparently retained these
supporters, polling 1022 votes
to Miller's 1187. Her major
support came from the beach
precincts..
Miller said his cam-
paign was just like starting.
a new business; it required
work from the ground up.
The owner of a pest control
company, one of Miller's
campaign issues was improv-
ing maintenance at the beach
and by Thursday morning he
had already spoken to the city
manager about "raising the
bar" on appearances there. "It
shouldn't cost much to fresh-
en things up," Miller said. "I
want to see the maintenance
schedule."
He is also eager to bring
stimulus funds to Deerfield
Beach and said he would go to
Tallahassee and/or Washing-
ton, DC if necessary.
The only race that was not
a nail-bitter for the candidates
was in District 3 where in-
cumbent Marty Popelsky won
64 percent of the vote running
against business consultant
Donna Capobianco and realtor
Jurandir Albuquerque.
The winners will be
sworn in Tuesday, March 17,
at the 7 p.m. city commission
meeting.


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house fire, police and AMR


By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Major modifications to
the police department are
planned at the new Public
Safety Building in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea. The build-
ing is a former motel just
north.of Town Hall.
The good news is that
taxpayers don't have to pay
for the improvements, Town
Manager Esther Colon an-
nounced at the commission
meeting Tuesday.
The costs, which could be
about $100,000, will be de-
frayed by drug seizure money,
Chief Scott Gooding of the
Broward Sheriff's Office in
LBTS said.
"It's what the bad guys
pay for?" Mayor Roseann
Minnet asked.
Gooding said, "Yes, It's
what the drug dealers help
with."
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HAGS moves

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Dinner Theater
Jazz lovers who wait for the
monthly, Dixieland jam session will be
meeting in a new venue starting March
22. The new location is Henry's Hide-
away Dinner Theater at 1500 Andrews
Ave. in Pompano Beach. The theater
is right next to St. Henry's Church at
the comer of McNab and South An-
drews Ave.
The Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo
Society, or HAGS, is a nonprofit
Florida Corporation, dedicated to the
preservation of Dixieland jazz.
One member described the new
venue as "a classy atmosphere with
hanging chandeliers, plush wall to
wall carpeting, state of the art sound
system, food and bar services, caba-
ret style tables, large dance floor and
ample parking.".
The venue is changing, but every-
thing else remains the same.
HAGS meet the fourth Sunday of
the month with non stop music from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Annual Membership
is $30 for singles; $45 for 2 adults.
Monthly admission for members is $5;
non members, $10.
The lead group on March 22 will
be Larry Kenzora's "Horucopia".
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Dodie Keith-Lazowick, president of Keith Associates, Inc., holds up a rendering of the Bill Keith Family Memorial Garden which will enhance the
entrance of Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc. at 920 NW 7 Ave., in Fort Lauderdale. Bill Keith was one of the founders and continuing sup-
porters of this facility dedicated-to helping the homeless become self .sufficient members of society. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
With sparkling eyes and great
enthusiasm, Dodie Keith-Lazowick
talks about her Dad, Bill Keith, well
known civic leader and highly re-
spected member of the business com-
munity in Pompano Beach since the
1960s. Bill Keith died in 2006 at the
age of 69 and Dodie says, "He is still
greatly missed by my Mother, Betty,
his daughters Jenne, Celeste, Heather
and me, his nine grandchildren and his
many business associates."
Now President of Keith & As-
sociates, Inc., Dodie is the second
generation running the company and
like her father, she is a licensed land
surveyor. "I learned the business as a
child, glued to my father's side," she
says, "but got my formal education
at the University of Florida, with my
bachelor of science and land survey-
ing degree in 1982."
To honor his memory, The Bill
Keith Family Endowment Fund has
been established. The fund's purpose
is to perpetuate support of the Bro-


ward Partnership for the Homeless,
Inc., or BPHI Center, which Keith
helped, to build and for whom he
served as the first chairman of the
board of directors. The goal of the
center is to help the homeless become
self sufficient members of society
by providing job training, medical,
mental and dental assistance, child
care and safe, stable housing for men,
women and families. The endowment
fund will go directly to providing on
going services to the residents. .
"My Dad, along with other key
business men came up with the con-
cept for this facility as the area home-
less population began to explode.
In 30 days, they raised five million
dollars of private donations and with
that money they designed and built
the center in 12 months," Dodie says
with pride.
"On the tenth anniversary of the
founding of BPHI, we felt it would be
very fitting to honor my Dad's memo-
ry with The Bill Keith Family Memo-
rial Garden which will enhance the
entrance to the center. The garden has

Continued on page 5


Making a
Phyllis J.
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about people
you know who
are making a
difference. Call
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to recommend a
candidate for this
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p.m. This month's speaker is Captain
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Flower show

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Lauderdale-

By-The-Sea
Lauderdale-By-The- Sea
Garden Club presents its an-
nual Spring Flower Show and
Tea from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday,
March 21, at Jarvis Hall, 4505
N. Ocean Drive.The event is
a Standard Flower Show with
artistic designs and judging
criteria. Theme is "Caribbean
Carnival" with six design
classes with themes such
as Merriment, Sparkles and
Bangles. Marilyn Carr and
Nancy Leslie are co-chairs
with Kit Cashman, honor-
ary chairperson. A tea is one
of the highlights with baked
goods and other refreshments.
There is no charge, but dona-
tions are appreciated. Call
954-941-8748.

Begonias

topic at next

Lighthouse

Point

Garden Club,

meeting

The Lighthouse Point
garden Club-will meet March
19 at 11 a.m. at St. Paul the
Apostle Catholic Church,
2700 NE 36 St., Lighthouse
Point.
The guest speaker Doris
Hapel, is past president of the
Begonia Society of the Palm
Beaches, and co-chair of the
2009 American Begonia So-
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been designed and constructed
with in-kind donations from
the Broward community in the
same spirit of those generous
men and women who founded
the facility. It is almost com-
pleted and will be dedicated in
the near future."
Frances M. Esposito is
the chief executive officer of
BPHI. She says, "Bill Keith,
as part of the selection com-
mittee, actually hired me in
1998. He was the heart and
soul of this mission and the
garden is a loving reminder
of his selfless dedication and
compassionate commitment
to the homeless. Whenever a
person asked Bill, in greeting,
"How are you?", he always
responded, 'Terrible' with a
twinkle in his eye. The loss
of his energy and devotion is
what has been "terrible' for us.
"Since the agency's incep-
tion 10 years ago, we have
delivered high quality, com-
prehensive care to over 13,
000 men, women and chil-
dren. We are a non profit with
200 residents. Donations of
time, talents and treasure are
most welcome. "


Individuals and busi-
nesses wishing to participate
in helping this worthy facility
can do so in several ways.
Cash donations to the Bill
Keith Family Endowment
Fund will be used to help
residents directly.
The garden will be paved
with personalized bricks
which can be inscribed with
a message and/ or a company
logo.
To donate or purchase.
bricks, call Katie Foster at
954-932-7029.
Dodie Keith-Lazo-
wick announces
"Breakfast for the Big
House on March 20"
As if running a com-
pany, being the wife of Eliot
Lazowick who works with her
in the business, and mother
of four college age children is
not challenge enough, Dodie
has made time to be actively
engaged in Sample McDou-
gald House Preservation
Society, Inc. and serves on its
board of directors.
In her bubbly way, she
describes a "fun" raising event
for the big house coming up.
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the breakfast, but we're count-
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will be used to complete the
site restoration of what will be
an historical museum at Pom-
pano Beach Centennial Park."
At the breakfast, Kris-
ten Jacobs will receive the
'Champion of the Big House
Award for 2009" for her
efforts in getting Sample
McDougald House a $250,000
grant to complete the grounds
of the park.
Keith & Associates has
generously donated all of the
engineering and surveying
services to this project and
will continue to do so.
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to do just that, and I always
hope that others will feel as I
do and help our community to
be a better place."
For information and
breakfast tickets, call Dodie
Keith-Lazowick at 954-788-
3400 or Dan Hobby 954-786-
4047.
Dodie Keith-Lazowick
also currently serves on the
Boards of BPHI Center,
School Board of Broward
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Broward County Small Bsi-
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Board and City of Parkland
Charter Review Board.
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Breakfast at the Big House will

benefit Sample McDougald House
By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
With our uncertain economy, who can afford to spend thousands of dollars
for a table at a charity dinner? Not many, it seems; and yet non-profit organiza-
tions rely on community support to continue their good work.
.That's why the Sample-McDougald has created an event that is in keeping
with the time, allowing people to have a good time and support a good cause.
The first annual Breakfast for the "Big" House will be a most unique and
exciting benefit.
The event is co-sponsored by the Sample-McDougald House Preservation
Society and-John Knox Village. The proceeds raised at this event help to facili-
tate the final construction of the grounds and landscaping to complete our new
home in Centennial Park.
The Breakfast for the "Big" House benefit will be held on Friday, March 20
at 7:30 a.m., and will take place at the John Knox Village dining room, located
at 651 SW 6 Street, Pompano Beach.
What makes this event unusual and incredibly fun are the Table Waiters &
Waiter Teams -- some of Pompano Beach and Broward County's finest commu-
nity leaders who work for "tips." A few of the celebrity waiters include Pom-
pano Beach City Commissioner Rex Hardin, Broward County Commissioner
Kristin Jacobs and School Board Member Dr. Robert Parks.
There is no admission charge; however our Waiters do work for "tips."
You decide what you want to tip. Guests are asked to purchase their "tip"
money in advance in order to save time waiting in line. By prepaying for your
"tips," your name tag and "tip" money will be waiting for you at the door.
A significant feature of the Breakfast is the presentation of the annual
"Champion of the "Big" House Award" and the "Special Recognition Award".
These awards are in recognition of an individual, business or non-profit.orga-
nization that has provided significant contribution toward the success of the
preservation of the historic Sample-McDougald House.
This year's recipients are The Honorable Kristin Jacobs, Broward County
Commissioner and John Knox Village.
For information and reservations for the breakfast please call Dodie Keith-
Lazowick, event.chair, at 954 783-3400, or Dan Hobby at 954 292-8040.




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Letters

Cautionary tale for collectors of

stuff, cars and code enforcement
To the editor:
On New Year's Eve we got a registered letter. In it were five pink pages
setting forth eight violations on our property, noted by the lady officer who
discovered this travesty of our careless maintenance. I was impressed by the
detailed violations, one after the other. There was one for grass over six inches
high that I went looking for and found some weeds in the comer of my front
yard, some that had sprouted from the aloe plants that we kept in one comer.
We use the aloe on cuts and bums so did not remove them. "Grass covering the
sidewalk over three inches"--- I immediately went out and edged the grass. Not
much is growing in this drought so any grass cutting ends up in clouds of dust.
On the slab of concrete I had poured in 1980 next to my house there was my
aluminum skiff, a Honda Civic and a deteriorating camper trailer that I never
got to use. They all had to go, including a large hydraulic jack that stood out
like a sore thumb. I gave away the trailer, sold the Honda for 100 dollars and
gave the jack away.
We had to attend a hearing for all of these violations, appearing before the
Special Magistrate, who seemed to sympathize with our situation. We were
given more time to correct all of the uglies around our property. Finally we had
seven violations corrected but the one that was left was the killer. They had
noted that my back porch was not closed in at both ends and was full of tools,
boxes of sailboat gear, a table saw, a band saw, bench grinders and so on. I was
ordered by this young lady to clean out my back porch and could only keep the
washing machine and some lawn furniture. This was going to entail some seri-
ous moving of stuff as it had taken thirty years to accumulate the jars of screws,
nuts and bolts, not to mention lumber that I had in an overhead rack. I began by
giving away to neighbors the saw table and the bandsaw.
For weeks I had to park my boat in the space in front of the house where my
Volvo stays, so the car had to be parked on the swale, as I was not allowed to
park on the concrete. I was told everything I owned would have to be screened
off from public view. Now, I am beginning to think "unequal treatment under
the law," as all around my neighborhood there are boats parked next to houses
and not on concrete either; cars and huge pickup trucks parked across the side-
walk and on lawns, rooms rented out, with dozens of people living in one singe
family home.
I had thought of fencing in the front of the yard so I wouldn't have to walk
my two dogs so often. Once I had the fence up I put the boat on its trailer be-
hind the fence so the public would not be offended by its appearance.
The code enforcement lady has a boss who also came to look at my awful
yard. While they were looking around I pointed out the yard in back of me that
has a broken down van with its transmission lying on the grass behind it. A re-
ally cluttered, junky looking yard.
Their response: "Well the van is camouflaged so it cannot be seen from the
street." No violation there I guess. Then I was ordered to screen off my boat
and anything else in my yard by erecting a fence. I have spent about 850 dollars
now, erecting a fence across the back of my lot. At least I won't have to look at
any neighbors now.
A friendly neighbor lady who heard of my plight at our monthly civic as-
sociation meeting is letting us use her unused shed to store our excess "stuff."
All I have to do is trailer it over there and the back porch will finally be empty,
where I would be allowed to have a grill (we don't eat enough meat to justify
one of those) and lawn furniture, according to these experts on code enforce-
ment. The judge has generously given me till May 22 to have this last violation
corrected. Frankly I think this whole three months has been overkill by the code
enforcement folks as well as poor judgement.

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Friday. March 13.2009 The Pelican 7


Deerfield Beach/Lighthouse Point Relay


BSO officers arrest major


for Life needs teams and Cancer Survivors drug dealer in Pompano


SPECIAL THE THE PELICAN
Deerfield Beach/Lighthouse
Point Relay For Life Chair-
persons Gordon Vatch and
Carol Landau are inviting the
public to participate in the an-
nual American Cancer Society
May fundraiser event.
This year's Relay will be
held at Quiet Waters Park
Saturday, May 9, beginning at
5 p.m. So far 20 teams have
signed up for the overnight
walkathon/playathon that
celebrates cancer survivors
and caregivers, remembers
those who have.passed away
from cancer, raises money to
find cures for cancer, sends
children to ROCK Camp,
funds the 24-hour help line,
and funds other cancer related
programs.
The goal is to have 35


teams, so if you are interested
in participating see the con-
tact information below.
This year's theme is Game
Shows, which means that
each of the teams selects a
different game show theme
for their site along the track
so various games can be
played as walkers circle the
track.
There is continuous enter-
tainment, food, music, and
even raffle prizes.
This year is the 25th An-
niversary of Relay For Life.
The event celebrates the lives
cancer survivors and caregiv-
ers, and remembers those who
have lost their lives to cancer.
Survivors are honored by
walking the first lap (and
additional laps if they choose
to), and caregivers and other
participants walk the subse-


quent laps. Another touching
part of the event happens
when it gets dark.
The track is lined with
luminaria bags that have the
'names of cancer survivors
and those who have lost their
battles with cancer. In honor
or memory of a loved one or
friend, participants can rec-
ognize them with a luminaria
bag.
Attending a Relay For Life
event will change your life
forever.
For more information on this
event, go to www.relayforlife.
org/dblpfl, or by call Carol
Landau at 954-426-6547, Gor-
don Vatch at 954-420-0084, or
attend the meetings of Relay
organizers on March 23, April
6, and April 27 at the Dixon
Ahl Hall, 2220 N. E. 38 Street,
Lighthouse Point.


Suspect well armed with multiple


firearms, military
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Pompano Beach BSO
Detectives Steven Handras
and Albury Burrows were
honored as BSO Officers
of the Month for February.
Last year information was
developed by Handras and
Burrows about narcotics
being sold at a residence on


wear and gear
Northwest 4 Court, Pompano
Beach. Confidential infor-
miants confirmed that the
suspects involved were known
to carry handguns. After an
extensive investigation was
conducted by the detectives, a
narcotics search warrant was
applied for and granted.
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New members honored at

Pompano Chamber lunch
The Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce will host a
luncheon for new members and guests, March 17, at the cham-
ber office, 2200 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch will be provided by CSI, Cool Shirts, Inc.
Meet the board members and learn strategies about successful
business in Greater Pompano Beach. For information about
membership, please call 954-941-2940.
Lighthouse Point Library to host

book sale, author luncheon
The Lighthouse Point Library will host two events. March
27 and March 28 at the library. The spring book sale takes
place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Adult and Juveniles hardbacks,
paperbacks, some reference sets, puzzles, audio books and
videocassettes will be offered. March 28 is "books by the bag
bargain" when patrons can pack as many books that will fit into
a standard plastic shopping bag for $1 beginning at noon.
Author luncheon
At noon Friday, March 27, the annual Book and Author
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Breakfast,

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In response to numerous
inquiries about the national
stimulus program, the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce will host a break-
fast with Nancy Rackear, a
marketing executive with the
U.S. Small Business Admin-
istration. Rackear will speak
at the March Membership
breakfast meeting which will
be held at the Courts of Palm
Aire on Thursday, March 19
and begins.at 7:45 a.m.
Rackear's presentation will
provide information about
some of the agency's key
programs, as well as changes
to the SBA lending program
stemming from the economic
stimulus bill. She will also
provide a resource list of
organizations that offer free
business counseling and assis-
tance.
Rackear joined the agency
in October of 2007 after
many successful years of
entrepreneurship. She travels
a six-county territory speak-
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Home Burger U.S.A. brings a taste of

Montreal, Canada to Pompano Beach


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
First time visitors to Home
Burger U.S.A. are almost
blinded by this spotlessly
clean, new restaurant. The
white tile decor is accented
with a patriotic red, white and
blue tile eye-level border and
photos of every American.
president, including President
Obama. The totally visible
kitchen is white tile and stain-
less steel.
There are even two large
flat screen televisions for
people who want to catch the
news and sports action while
enjoying breakfast, lunch or
dinner.
Ronald Borris, one of four
owners quips, "I am in busi-
ness with three women, my
wife Sylvie, Chantal Martel
and Nancy Belard. Threeof
us are licensed Realtors with
Keyes Realty. We came here
from Montreal three years
ago to live and do business
in the U.S.A. This is our first,
franchise, and we have re-
ceived a wonderful welcome
from area residents including
Pompano's Mayor Lamar
Fisher. We have already had
queries about franchising our
concept from other business-
es around the country and
even from China."
He continues. "We were
very confident of our success
because there are 140 similar
places in Canada which have
flourished for many years."
Home Burger U.S.A. is
located at 949B SE 15.street,
at the west end of the McNab
shopping strip which houses
Marshalls, Publix, Office
Depot and Tuesday Mom-
ing. The spot is catching on
quickly because of the home
style cooking, friendly eager
to please staff and attractive


Enjoying breakfast t Home Burger
U.S.A., John Chabot, Philip Giguere
and sons Justin and William from
Montreal are happy to have found
this touch of home. [Right] The four
owners of Homeburger U.S.A. are
Sylvie and Ronald Borris, Chantal
Martel and Nancy Belard .Their new
restaurant at 949B S.E. 15 St. located
in the shopping strip with Tuesday
Morning, Publix and Marshall's, is
already a popular stop for breakfast,
lunch and dinner. [Photo by Phyllis
J. Neuberger]

setting.
Borris attributes their im-
mediate success to the fact that
"We cook everything to order
in front of you, just the way
you want it. We use only fresh
food. Nothing here is frozen.
Providers deliver each morn-
ing."
"We've only been open
since January 3 of this year,"-
he says, "and that's less than
two months and we're already
cooking about 2,000 pounds
of french fries per week. Last
Sunday, we had 325 people
for breakfast. Our restaurant
was filled for three seatings.
We use only canola oil. Every


breakfast plate comes with
fresh fruit and a mini muffin."
A French speaking family
from Montreal was savor-
ing omelets with a variety of
bagels, croissants and English
muffins. John Chabot, Philip
Giguere with sons Justin and
William were happy to find
this restaurant. Giguere said,"
We come for breakfast several


times a week now that we've
found Home Burger U.S.A.
The food is good, reasonable
and it's a touch of home."
First timer, Joe Torcellini
was amazed at the immacu-
late, patriotic atmosphere and
he added, "And the pancakes
are delicious. This is my first
time, but it won't be my last."
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Visitors Bureau.
Keechl, the county com-
missioner who represents
LBTS and part or all of an-
other 12 cities, said he visited
the Welcome Center and had


coffee with Judy Swaggerty,
executive director of the Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea Chamber
of Commerce and Welcome
Center, and the center volun-
teers.
"The Welcome Center
provides a service to all of
Broward County," he said.


"The county only has your
center and one at the conven-
tion center."
Keechl said he did some
arm twisting of Nicki Gross-
man, director of the Fort Lau-
derdale Visitors Bureau and
convinced her to provide the
funds for the next 12 months
from her budget to supple-
ment monies LBTS is paying
for the Welcome Center.
"As long as I'm your
commissioner, I will come
back and ask for more [from
the Visitors Bureau]," he said.
Keechl said while the
LBTS Commission had
passed a resolution asking
Broward County to supple-
ment its budget to provide
beach lifeguards, he wasn't
able to accomplish that in the
current economy.
"I learned from staff there
was no way in heck that was
ever going to happen. We all
know what kind of budget
we're dealing with," he said.


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Roadhouse
Continued from page 1

renovation of the former
"Hops" on Sample and U.S.
1 go through the process of a
Roadhouse face change.
Toole and his partner Jan
Ickovic picked up three Hops
Restaurants after they closed.
Soon all will have the familiar
Roadhouse signs.
Toole, 50, founded the
original Logan's Roadhouse in
Lexington, Kentucky in 1991.
After years in the restaurant
business with Mariott Hotels,
Toole followed his own path
to heat up his own grills. After
opening 45 Roadhouse Grills,
a public company, he resigned
as president of its board.
He says after a new man-
agement took over, the Road-
houses "lost their integrity,"
and they all closed. "None of
them could do steaks the way I
do," he adds.
When asked why he
would start a new venture in
these dismal economic times,
Toole answered, that these are
exactly the times when people
are looking for'quality food at
"great price points."
He also likes the "chal-
lenges of the restaurant busi-
ness."
This week, Pompano
Beach building department
employees were walking in
and out pf the building for
final inspections while Toole's
cell phone was taking up the
rest of his time.
Still, he can't-wait to open
the doors to the community on


March 16.
He says he has his staff
hired which he says, is always
the "secret ingredient" of
success.
"People will love coming
here," says Toole. "And they
will vwant to come back."
David Toole's Road-
house will offer everything
from appetizers and soups to
desserts with a lot of grilled
entrees in between, including
50-day aged steaks, prime rib,
baby back ribs, chicken and
seafood.


Steaks range from a "Pe-
tite Sirloin" [$8.99] to a 20-oz.
Porterhouse. [$21.99].
And patrons will find
plenty of peanuts to snack on
while waiting for a brew or the
house drinks from the bar.
Toole's other Roadhouses
will be in Bradenton, Fort My-
ers and Palm Harbor.
David Toole's Original
Roadhouse is located at 3571
N. Federal Highway, Pompano
Beach For more information
call 954-805-5320.


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Hole #11 Closest to the pinBarbara Gladstone, Betty Gordon
Hole #7 -Straightest drive, Toni Leoffler, Grace Duffy

Main event: 4 person shamble

8th- 112, Carin West, Dianne LaVecchia, Debby, Nelson, Linda Lombardi
7th- 111, Nancy Cutler, Harriet Fuld, Raynelle Ferguson, Sherry Ferguson
6th 110 Roxanne McCarthy, Nancy Rack, Maggie Evans, Carol Courtney
5th 110,.TildaNankin, LoisLarson, RochelleDuva-Doland, Kathy Condon
4th 110, Helen Meili, Mary Ann Gaffney. Janet Stuart, Leigh Wallace
3rd 108, Judy Mack, Carol Schaaf, Patty Davis, Sheila Brennan
2nd 105, Brenda Joy, Betty Adams, Jill McCarty, Maggie Anderson
1st 100, Karen Miner, Harriet Ebbets, Pat Bow, Patti Price


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2nd David Marotta, Joe Holland . .
3rd Nile Ekvall, Richard Anderson . .
B and D Class
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2nd Art Gatesy, Bill Hodge . .
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Taste of the Beach a gourmet success for chamber, culinary students


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
Again this year, the great
white tent on El Mar Drive
signaled the coming of Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea's annual
culinary event. On a breezy
February evening, an esti-
mated 800 area residents and
visitors attended the classic
gastronomic event known as
Taste of the Beach.
Presented by the LBTS
Chamber of Commerce, the
celebrated Taste of the Beach
lived up to expectations by
featuring over 40 area res-
taurants, live entertainment
by the Rick Bauer Band and
additional vendors all dis-
playing the very best of their
respective specialties. The


whirlwind of aromatic scents,
lively music and good cheer
combine to create the perfect
atmosphere to enjoy the wide
variety of delectable dishes
served up by many local
eateries.
From the much admired
shrimp and crab gazpacho
offered by the Pelican Grand
to the cheese-covered baked
artichoke hearts served up
by Delacaseas Caf6, every
restaurant was putting its
best foot forward. One could
wander for hours trying out
different dishes from different
parts of the world.
Those looking for good
seafood enjoyed seared Ahi
Tuna, gumbos and other
specialties offered b5ysuch
stalwarts as Aruba, Blue


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The crew at Bubba Gump's Shrimp Co. serves up some tasty Cajun and garlic
shrimp with bread pudding on the side.


Moon Fish Co., Ocean 101,
Shooter's, Charley's Crab and
the Ritz-Carlton.
For a quick trip to Greece,
Taverna Opa and Christi-


na's Caf6 had classic Hel-
lenic meatballs, kebabs and
hummus on tap. For some
authentic Italian, Buca di
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Visiting from Canada, Patricia and
Jean Bourbonnais sample the seared
Ahi with Ginger Udon noodles from
Ocean 101. "This is such a marvelous
event, we really look forward to coming
back next year!" they raved.
Osteria and Dockside. Galley
Grille delivered zesty pastas,
cheeses and other Mediterra-
nean favorites.
"Everyone seems to be
having a wonderful time" said
event organizer and Chamber
Vice-President Guy Contrada
as he walked the floor making
sure guests and restaurateurs
were enjoying the experience.
There were seemingly
endless choices for every
palate in the crowd. Meat
lovers could find satisfaction
in the Village Grille's mari-
nated Black Diamond steak,
Casablanca's grilled flank
steak with gorgonzola and
Fort Lauderdale Ale House's'-,
chicken wings and zingers.
The Wine Cellar, Diner-by-
the-Sea and Checkers Old
Munchen united to provide
Kobe burgers, Black Forest
chicken and Sauerkraut with
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JOSEPH'S ITALIAN PASTRY SHOP located at
788 South Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach
will have for sale ZEPPOLE di SAN GIUSEPPE.
Father Michael Lynch from Blessed Sacrament
hCatholic Church in Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale will
be here at Joseph's Italian Pastry Shop to bless the
Zeppole di San Giuseppe from 9 a.m. 'til noon.
Father Salerno from noon 'til 5p.m. We will be open
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Taverna Opa even broughtabelly dancer to the party! The limber Cecilia with Mar-
cello and Opa's owner Anna Varholis dole out the best Greece has to offer.


Chamber Director Dorothy Hacker
enjoys the music of the Rick Bauer
Band with her daughter.


Taste
Continued from page 13
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JB Tempura Rolls stuffed
with salmon, cream cheese
and scallions while the Lenore
Nolan-Ryan Cooking School
delivered copious amounts
of 5 Spice Salmon with Thai
orange sauce. And, as usual,
Caf6 Seville provided its
classic escargots in tomato,
mushroom and basil sauce!
In addition, several wine
and spirits purveyors were
on hand to showcase their
particular brands- of tonic.
The flavored Vodkas of
Pearl, the mfilti-continental
wine selections of Republic
National Distribution and the
refreshing beer of Presidente
were all available in generous
amounts.
But this culinary adventure
would not be complete with-
out dessert, In this case, the
options were as varied as they
were sweet.
The fudge at Kilwin's the
cakes at Sug-Art-by-Ruthy,
Mrs. Petik's Premium Pies
and the coconut cake from
Sublime were just a few of the
sugary surprises on hand at
the Taste of the Beach.
"The turnout was phenom-
enal" mentions Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director
Judy Swaggerty as she sur-
veyed the vibrant scene. "This
could be the banner year for
this event" said Chamber'
president Paul Novak as he
prepared to announce the win-
ners of the various auctions.
Of note, the top prize was a
ride on the Good Year Blimp.
With hundreds of guests
enjoying unlimited amounts
of the finest local foods,
beverages and entertainment,
the Taste of the Beach is one
event that should always be
marked on your calendar.
Drop by the Chamber Wel-
come Center to plan next
year's visit!


Ashley Allen of Shooter's Riverside Caf6 along with Myrna King and Suzanne
Delgado of the International Culinary Schools deliver tasty seared Tuna over
wasabi coleslaw and refreshing homemade Mai-Tais on the side.


448 S. Cypress Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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Stimulus
Continued from page 1
tice Department would
"start getting the money out
the door within 15 days."
Funding must be used
for law enforcement, crime,
prevention programs or the ju-
dicial system. "As long as it's
within the legal parameters of
how to use funds it shouldn't
be an issue," said Oliver.
Broward and its qualifying
agencies will have to apply for
grants together.
The State of Florida is
eligible for $81.5 million,
which it will disperse to coun-
ties. "We know how much


'we're going to get, but I have
not run a detail listing of how
much each county will get,"
said Clayton Wilder, grants
office administrator at the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement.
"We have a couple people
working on it to mnake sure
we get our fair share. We'd
be remiss not to get whatever
we can," said Jim Leljedal,
spokesperson for the Broward
Sheriff's Office, who added
that BSO is looking to im-
prove programs and hire more
deputies but it hasn't decided
exactly how it will spend any
funds. Leljedal said BSO had
not yet contacted the county


regarding JAG.
Deerfield, Pompano and
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, or
LBTS, all contract with BSO
for police services but LBTS
is not eligible for direct JAG
funding.
Lighthouse Point, which
has its own police department,
did not qualify for funding.
Agencies not eligible may still
be able to get funding from
county or state allocations.
Leljedal says the cit-
ies BSO serves will get the
specific funding earmarked for
them. But all cities serviced
by BSO will still "benefit from
whatever enhancements we
achieve as a whole."


Pompano Beach Historical
Society to discuss "Saving
Broward County's History"
By Dan Hobby
.POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
On March 18, the Pompano Beach Historical Society
will present a public program that will go beyond Pompano
Beach.
David Baber of the Broward-County Historical Commis-
sion's Administrator and the County Historic Preservation
Officer will discuss efforts to preserve history and historical
sites throughout Broward County.
Baber graduated in 1978 from Roger Williams Univer-
sity with a degree in historic preservation. After working
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Historical
Society
Continued from page 15
as a historic preservationist
in Connecticut, he moved to
Florida in 1995 where for


13 years he served as His-
tory Center General Man-
ager for Sarasota County.
Government. He joined the
Broward County agency in
2008.
Baber is a past director of
the Florida Trust for His-
toric Preservation and is a


former board member of the
Crowley Museum and Na-
ture Center where he served
as vice president.
The Broward County
Historical Commission was
created in 1972 to encour-
age awareness of local
history and to preserve the
artifacts of our heritage.
The scope of activities
encompasses such topics as
land and marine archaeol-
ogy, historic properties, oral
history, publications and
civic programs.
The commission provides
research, archive facilities
and co-sponsors the an-
nual "Pioneer Days" event.
Additionally, the commis-
sion publishes the Broward
Legacy Historical Journal.
The program will begin
at 7 p.m. at the Dick and
Miriam Hood Center, 217
NE 4 Avenue, Pompano
Beach. There is no admis-
sion charge and ample adja-
cent parking.
For information call the
Pompano Beach Historical
Society at 954 292-8040.


Deerfield Beach mayor-elect's
son arrested for sign theft
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Firefighter/paramedic Tom Noland and three of his friends,
have admitted to destroying campaign signs and have been
charged with petty larceny.
Noland, 20, whose mother Peggy was elected mayor on Tues-
day, was involved in the early morning incident March 9 that
was observed by BSO Dep. Russell Brownell' Brownell saw two
men parked in a van at 328 E. Hillsboro Blvd. and two others
with campaign signs on the ground that promoted Al Capellini
-and Don Petersen, both running for mayor. The van's occupants,
James Rosa, 20 and Anthony Russo, 20, were taken into custo-
dy. Noland and another man, Jake Dighton, also age 20, fled the
scene, but turned themselves in the next day. Noland admitted
to removing signs near the Target on Federal Highway, at SW
10 Street and Dixie Highway and at 328 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Two
of the properties are owned by businessman Michael Ghanem.
Noland said the foursome, all Deerfield Beach residents, went on
their sign spree after an evening of partying at his home.
Peggy Noland said Thursday her son is sorry for the inci-
dent and is getting plenty of negative remarks from family and
friends.
Noland and his friends all received citations for the misde-
meanor.
Fire Chief Tony Stravino said he would take no action until
the criminal procedures are completed based on "presumption of
innocence." Following the court ruling, there will be a full inves-
tigation to see if personnel rules were violated Stravino said.


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AT TEMPLE SHOLOM
A Conservative Congregation
Invites, you to visit and t'join
Daily Minyan at 8:45 a.m.
Friday Evening Services at 8:00 p.m.
Shabbat morning Services at 9:30 a.m.
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
(954) 942-6410
www.templesholomflorida.org

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1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
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Public invited to tour Hillsboro Lighthouse,
blankets, picnics encouraged for full day


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The U.S. Coast Guard
has agreed for the Hillsboro
Lighthouse Preservation
Society to increase the
number of lighthouse tours for
2009 to six, all via boat to the
new dock at the Lighthouse
Station.
The second 2009 tour to the
102-year-old Lighthouse will
be on Saturday, March 21,
starting with 8:45 a.m.
The 49-passenger shuttle
boat will begin trips to the
lighthouse 8:55 a.m. and
continue every hour thereafter.
The last shuttle boat with
passengers to the lighthouse
will leave Sands Harbor
Hotel's north dock about 2:45
p.m.. The USCG closes the
Station about 4:30 p.m. and
anyone left at the Lighthouse


Station will be taken back
by boat at that time. The
transportation fee for non-
HLPS members is $15 per
person, but it's free for HLPS
members.
For more information on the
lighthouse station, the Inlet,
the Barefoot Mailman, ship
wrecks and to view the many
photographs and drawings,
see HLPS' Website, www.
HillsboroLighthouse.org.
The HLPS Gift Shop will
be open at. the Station with
lighthouse merchandise for
sale. Cash or checks will be
honored, but no credit cards.
Participants should park
their cars at the Pompano
Beach City Parking Lot on
North Riverside Drive, 1-1/2
blocks north of Atlantic Blvd.
Parking is $1 per hour.
Allow three hours for the


boat rides and time at the
Lighthouse Station.
Those planning to bring
along lunch baskets and lawn
blankets for a midday lunch
should allow four hours
minimum parking time. From
the parking lot, walk west
across the street to the Sands
Harbor Hotel's north dock
on the Intracoastal waterway,
located at 125 North Riverside
Drive, Pompano Beach, FL
33062.
The next calendar event
will be "Florida Lighthouse
Day" proclaimed by Governor
Charlie Crist on Saturday,
April 25.
The Hillsboro Lighthouse
Preservation Society will have
a celebration at the Hillsboro
Inlet Park in Pompano Beach
that day. More on this will be
released later.


MUSIC
CALENDER
March 22 at 4 p.m. The
Pink Church Chancel Choir
and soloists will present our
10th annual Lenten concert
featuring John Rutter's
TE DEUM, the beautiful
and beloved REQUIEM of
Gabriel Faur6 with violinist
Valentin Mansurov, the
Faur6 CANTIQUE De JEAN
RACINE, the Grandjany
ARIA with guest harpist
Mark Spencer, Handel's
Awake the Trumpets Lofty
Sound with guest trumpeter
Adam Bookspan, Ralph
Vaughan-Williams' Let all
the World in Every Corner
Sing from the Five Mystical
Songs, and more. No tickets
required a free will offering
will be received
A reception will follow the
performance.
Childcare is available as


requested 2 days before the
event.
For more information please
call the church music office at
954- 941-2308, extension
112
April 5 at 4:30 p.m. -
First Presbyterian Church of
Tequesta
The Joseph Martin cantata
"The Weeping Tree," a
musical drama with narrators,
soloists, orchestra and our
Chancel Choir of 40 voices.
482 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta.
Call 561-746-5161 No tickets
required; free-will offering.
May 10 at 11 a.m. -
CENTER for EMERGING
ART, MOZART FAMILY
CONCERT. Refreshments
will be served after the
concert and the children will
have a Creative Play time
with the musicians with flutes,
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Homeburger
Continued from page 9
The breakfast menu
includes extra large eggs,
three-egg omelets, breakfast
sandwiches, grilled cheese,
bagels, toast, muffins,
French toast arid pancakes.
A cup of freshly brewed Van
Houtte coffee, including one
refill, is only 99 cents.
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The lunch/dinner menu
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A poutine is a French
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cheddar cheese topped with
imported Canadian gravy.
Borris claims, "Americans
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it. We even offer an Italian
version with spaghetti sauce
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according to Borris who
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Hamburgers are made of
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Salads include house,
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Two music courses to start at
Pompano's North Broward Park
The City of Pompano Beach's North Broward Park will be
hosting several new activities. North Broward Park is located
at 4400 NE. 18 Avenue.
Guitar Lessons
Be the life of the party! Join instructor Bob "The Music
Doctor" Monday mornings from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.. The class
is designed for participants ages 18 and older.
Classes begin March 2 and continue through May 18.
Program cost is $288. Yearly adult registration fee is $5 for
residents and $10 for non residents. Students will be required
to purchase a beginner's guitar instructor book for $15 from
instructor and must have.their own guitars.
Song Writing Class
Say it in a song! Learn to write your own songs with
instructor Bob "The Music Doctor" Monday mornings from
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The class is designed for participants
ages 18 and older.
Classes begin March 2 and run through May 18. Program
cost is $288 for the 12 week session. Yearly adult registration
fee is $5 for residents and $10 for non residents. Students will
be required to purchase a Songwriter's Guide Book for $15
from the instructor.
For further information contact North Broward Park at 954-
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Stunning 3/2.5 2 Story. Built
2004. Ocean Access. Camille
Hall Balistreri Realty 954-254-,
2085. 3/13

HOUSE FOR SALE
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE2/2
HOUSE In Excellent Condition.
$139,900. Possible Owner
Financing. Realty 3000. 561-
866-3839. 03/13
POMPANO FOR SALE 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room, No Landlease, free golf,
etc. etc. $103,900. 954-784-
7150. 04/03
DEERFIELD BEACH MUST
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2/1. Sunroom. Garage. Central
A/C. Close to Beach, Shopping
and Restaurants. New 40-year
dimensional roof. $250K. Call
561-901-3802. C


CONDOS FOR
SALE
LAUD BY THE SEA Best
Buy! Remodeled 2 Bedroom.
Walk To Beach, Shops,
Restaurants. Very Quiet. 55+.
Beautiful Complex. $179.900.
Owner 413-244-2807. Open
Sun 12-2pm. 3/20 ,,

POMPANO BEACH FSBO.
Very Clean 2/2 On Riverside
Drive. Beautiful 22' Patio
On ICW.2 BlocksTo Beach.
$229,000. Call 954-942-2539.
3/27

POMPANO-PALM-AIRE
Newly Remodeled 2/2, New
Granite Tile Throughout.
Beautiful Golf Course
View. 1st Floor Convenient
Parking. $119,900. Owner
413-244-2807. 3/13

POMPANO BEACH-Owner
Financing! Waterfront,
Dock, NFB. Remodeled
1/1.5. Central air cond.
New Appliances, W/D,
Tiled, Screened Patio, Pool.
$219,000. 303-434-6853.
3/27

POMPANO BEACH Jamaica
House Condos.. 2/2's Up To
$375,000. Ocean, Pompano Pier
Views. Camille Hall Balistreri
Realty. 954-254-2085. 3/13
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
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

POMPANO BEACH
BEDROOM 1 BATH Updated
Apt On 14th Street By The
Beach. $159,900. Call 954-941-
2600. Ask for George. 3/27 C


HOMES FOR RENT
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
- 2/2 Furn/Unfurn Home.
* Large Screened Porch. Very
Nice. $1,000/ Month. 2/1'
Unfurnished. Home, Screened
Porch. $800 Mo. Yrly. Realty
3000. 561-866-3839. 03/13
POMPANO FOR RENT 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room. Includes Lawn & Exterior
Maint., Golf, Water, Sewer,
Trash, Pools, Etc. $925 Mo.
954-784-7150. 04/03

CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH/
SEA HAVEN on 14 St.
2/2 Recently Remodeled,
Furnished. Great Kitchen.
Pool, Exercise Facility. 55+.
Seasonal 3 Mo Minimum
$2000 Per Mo. Extended
4-12 Mos $1500 Mo. 651-
484-7323. 3/20

POMPANO ISLAND CLUB
2/2 overlooking canal..
furnished or unfurnished,
available immediately $1200.
Emerald Tower, private
beach, on deepwater,
1900 sq ft 2 or 3 bedroom,
2bath, washer, dryer in unit,
corner/view of ocean from
wrap around balcony/all
amenities, asking $1800.
Offers considered. Call
Joanne Smith, Balistreri
Realty 954-649-1410. 3/13

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Condol Professionally
Remodeled. Custom
Kitchen,Refrig.,Dishwasher,
Microwave, Range. New
Bath. Woodwork Thru-out.
Tile Floors. Hurricane
Windows & Doors.
Waterview! Call Owner.
$1050 Month. 954-547-2748
Kevin. 3/20

POMPANO BEACH Sea
Haven 1/1.5 Remodeled.
Beautifully Furnished.
Lovely Pool Area On Canal/
ICW. 1 Block From Beach.
55+.AvallableMayl1st.$1000
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$1000 Month. 574-870-7940
Frank. 3/13

POMPANO BEACH CONDO
2/1 Nicely Furnished. New
Appliances. Pool, Ocean,
Gym, Sauna, Huge Balcony.
24hr Security. $1350 Month.
954-946-3673. 3/13

POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
2/1 Furnished On Golf
Course. New Berber
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Amenities. $725 Month
954-426-4899 Or 954-806-
0504. 3/27

POMPANO PALM-AIRE 2/2
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Great Opportunity. 413-244-
2807.3/13
IMPERIAL POINT AREA-
Lovely Large 2/2. No Pets-No
Smoke. Free Cable, Pool,
Clubhouse. $850 Mo Yr Lease.
1st Last + Deposit. 954-491-
6539. 3/13
POMPANO EAST OF
FEDERAL. 1/1 Unfurnished
Condo. No Pets. $650 Month
Yrly. 954-263-7129. 3/13

POMPANO BEACH Pets
OK. 500' To The Beach.
1/1 Unfurnished Large
Condo. Laundry Room W/
D. Refrig., Stove, A/C. 2nd
Floor. Available April 1st.
6 Unit Bldg. 954-785-7657.
$850 MoYrly. 3/20

POMPANO BEACH 1 or
2 Bedroom Furnished/
Unfurnished. Annual
Starting At $750 Per Month.
Ruthie Brooks Balistreri
Realty 954-803-4174. 3/20


APTS FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH 2
Bedrooms, 2Baths. Ocean
View,With Balcony, Directly
On The Atlantic Ocean,
1000 sq ft. Spacious
Units Or Studio Suites,
2 Outdoor Heated Pools,
Full Service Spa, Fitness
Center, With 4 Star Resort
Amenities Included. Close
To Local Conveniences.
Bring Your Pet. Call 954-
590-1148 Today! Or Email:
sales @theoceansands
resortandspa.com. 3/20

DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Call Frank 954-
545-5599. 03/27

SW DEERFIELD 2 AND
3 BEDROOMS-Spac ious
Villas. Some Waterfront.
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954-941-8731. 03/13

POMPANO/DRFLD BY
THE BEACH Immediate
Occupancy. Annual & Short
Term. Furn/Unfurn. 1 and 2
Bdrom & Efficlencies. $795
And Up.Low Move-in.Clean,
Updated, Laundry, pool,
electric, cable,water. Owner
Agent 954-608-7368. 4/3

LAUDERDALE BYTHE SEA
2/2 Penthouse. Oceanview
S-Nice. $2000 Month. 954-
868-5560.3/20 C

POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath. East Of Federal. Walk
To Everything:Tiled, Patio. $700
Mo. F/US. 954-295-8908. 3/20

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FOR RENT
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Available. Also 1/1 Apt 500'
To Ocean. Laundry And Pool
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294-8483 or 248-736-1533.
03/27
POMPANO LARGE Efficiency
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3922. 03/13

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DEERFIELD POMPANO
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POMPANO BEACH
Storefront-- Office For
Rent. 813 Sq Ft @ $850 Per
Month. 954-261-0679. Ken
Clark Licensed Real Estate
Broker. 3/27

PRESTIGE NEW Downtown
City Oakland Park. 1200
Sq Ft Between City Hall &
Post Office. Retail-Office-
Showroom. Special Recession
Low Rent $1300.00 Includes
Tax, Water & Electric For
The First Year. 954-563-3533.
03/27

POMPANO BEACH Vacant
Lot For Storage. 1600 sq ft
Fenced Area. 24 Hr Access.
$225 Month. 954-261-0679.
Ken Clark Licensed Real
Estate Broker. 3/27 ,

POMPANO BEACH 12x8'
Office With Window For
Rent. Includes Electric &
Internet. $475 Month. Will
Do Month To Month. 954-
942-2838.3/13

AGRICULTURAL
LAND.
LAKE WORTH AREA -Tree
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Available. Rent Or Sale.
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3/27


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VEHICLES
TRAILER AUTO; Flatbed,
4 Wheel, Steel + Electric
Brakes & Toolbox. 16'x6' +
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VEHICLES
WANTED
CASH $$ TOP DOLLAR
PAID For Junk Cars, Trucks
and Vans. Running Or Not. No
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ANTIQUES
WANTED STAMP
COLLECTIONS &
Accumulations. House Calls
Made. Call John (954) 467-
7128. 3/13-
WANTEDANTIQUECLOCKS
- BUY SELL AND REPAIR
ANTIQUE CLOCKS. Call
For More Info 954-257-7593.
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ANTIQUE FIREPLACE-frame
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obo. Call Jennifer 954-547-4460
or email olivemike81@vyahoo.
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FULL $110. QUEEN $130.
KING $180. FRAMES $30.00.
Bunk Beds $179. Futons
& Roll-A-Ways Available.
CAN DELIVER!! 954-465-
6498. 04/03

MOTORIZEDWHEELCHAIR
In Good Condition. Asking
$1500! For More Info Call
954-782-2373 In Pompano
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Poitier
Continued from page 1
remains strong, the former
fire fighter/paramedic whose
funeral home puts Poitier in
close communion with his
constituents, could be his
strongest card.
"I am here," says Poitier.
"I have always been here."
Poitier has worked with
Broward Sheriff's Office, or
BSO, for strong enforcement
of code violations, especially
those violators who use Dis-
trict 4 as a dumping ground
instead of using licensed
disposal companies.
"We just got one," Poitier
said. "This was a guy build-
ing a dock for someone on
the Intracoastal. I'm sure the
homeowner had paid him the
dumping fee."
As it happened, an off-duty
BSO officer saw the dumping
in action and arrested the man
who is now in jail.
Poitier urges residents who
see dumping violations in


progress
to call
911. If
BSO
appre-
hends the
violator
in action ,
the caller
gets a
$250 Poitier
reward.
Poiter says he is going to
follow through on his prom-
ise to get "bullet-proof" light
fixtures in his district.
He says drug sales take
place where there is no light-
ing. Most lights that are non-
working in District 4 are the'
result of gunshots.
Poitier says he "loves" his
job as a commissioner and
reducing crime and code vio-
lations will make his district
a cleaner and safer place for
families.
Joseph Wells, who lost to
Poitier calls his loss -Strike
2." Wells ran and lost the race
for District 4 last August:irn a
special election.


"I am still talking to
people, and I will continue
to speak at the commission
meetings," said Wells. "I also
want to congratulate Commis-
sioner Poitier, and I want to
help him."
Wells also still wants to
occupy Poitier's seat and
plans to challenge him in
2012.
"I think we did a great
job of running a professional
campaign. Thanks to my sup-
porters, and let's do it again,"
Wells said.
Charlotte Burrie, who was
unopposed in District 2 will
serve for another two years.
Both commissioners will
be sworn in on Tuesday,
March 17 at noon in the com-
mission chambers, 100 W.
Atlantic Blvd.
New commissioners will
also elect a new vice mayor.
City commissioners re-
ceive salaries of $28,000 an-
nually. The vice mayor earns
an'additional $500, and the
city mayor earns an additional
$2,000.


Hillsboro elects familiar faces
Incumbents Carmen McGarry and Dan Dodge were re-elect-
ed in Hillsboro Beach by healthy margins with former commis-
sioner Lee Bennett winning the third seat. Claire Schubert, who
was running on a platform of charter reform, drew only 15 per-
'cent of the vote.
The commissioners will be sworn in Tuesday, March 17, 9
a.m. and a reorganizational meeting will follow with the com-
missioners choosing their mayor and vice mayor.
The final numbers were McGarry, 358 votes; Dodge, 338
votes; Bennett, 371 votes and Schubert, 179 votes.


FDOT curb project on Atlantic

Boulevard closes some turns
lengthens others, adds sidewalks
Slow traffic on East Atlantic Boulevard won't loosen up be-
fore Thanksgiving.
The Florida Department of Transportation, or FDOT is clos- .
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enues.
FDOT is also lengthening other left turn lanes to ease traffic
backup.
Sidewalks will be added on the south side of Atlantic from
Sixth Avenue to Dixie Highway. The 1.5 mile project along At-
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