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Grab the

baubles, wallet

and appetite for

the Chamber's

Fine Food &

Wine Festival
Chamber execs say it's time
for people to start talking to
each other
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
"It's the most important socialevent
of this year," said Ric Green, CEO of
the Greater Pompano Beach Chamber
of Commerce.
Green referred to the upcoming Fine
Food and Wine Festival slated for
March 31 at WCI Communities' Plaza
at Oceanside atAtlantic Boulevard and
A1A.
"This is truly the biggest gathering of
businesses and people in the area. It's
all about survival. We are all working
together. This is the way to keep those
Continued on page 2
Changes in

Deerfield leave

employees

with pay cuts,

'suspension' and

'extended leave'
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
City Manager Mike Mahaney
made three management changes this
week at Deerfield Beach City Hall.
Public Works Director Carl
Peter, 62, was downgraded to As-
sistant Director and has taken a cut


Continued on page 10


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Photo "Moon Reflection and poem by Dr. Cassandra Hancock

Lighthouse Point voters keep

commission intact for next session


Lighthouse Point Commissioners Tom Hasis, Susie Gordon and Mike Long are sworn by Mayor
Fred Schorr for new terms. In the absence of any opposition, all candidates were re-elected for
three-year terms by acclamation. New officers of the commission are Mike Long, president and
Susie Gordon, vice president. [Photo by Malcolm McClintock]


Words like


'confidence' and

'blessed' do not

make for annual

review say LBTS

commissioners
LBTS manager lashes out at
commissioner for requesting
review of her town job even
though Charter demands one
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea unanimously passed a vote
te town manager at
SqJ'it,,, J, eating .
lame after the man-
ager lashed out a week earlier at one
commissioner saying that if he wanted
to terminate her contract, he should go
ahead and "get it over with."
Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee placed
the item on the agenda because he
said, "[Town Manager] Esther Co-
lon and her staff were being abused.
People were writing things that are
wrong about Esther Colon and her
staff," he said.
"One employee came to me in
tears saying she was run into the
ground with demands (for informa-
tion)," Mclntee continued. "We can't
be burying them with requests for
information, making outrageous de-
mands, and we can't be talking down
to them," he said. "As commissioners
we have to support the town admin-
istration and treat them with respect,"
Mclntee said.
He said commissioners can't have
staff spending more time researching
old information than moving into the
future.
"We couldn't look for a better ad-
ministrator. The whole town is looking
better, and lo and behold, we're in the
black," Mclntee added. "This woman
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Fine Food
C0 lta ed' fi,-,' plfe I
dollars local. This is hos\ ou
do it. You don't just sho%% up
at business functions. 'ou
show up at social functions
and talk about your business."
said Green. "It's a Florida
evening, one block from the
beach, filled with best of
"Florida's finest" chefs."
Ruthie Brooks, Balistreri
Realty, chairs this year's event
along with Cindy Berger,
Send Out Cards, a web-based
greeting card system.
"It's a great opportunity for
business owners to see how
the chamber operates. I think
it's the best chamber in the
area. This is an awesome way
to taste the best of these fabu-
lous restaurants," said Berger.
"We'll have valet parking, but
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"The loca-
tion i. unique.
and tours %%ill
be available."
Berger added. ,
Another unique
offer at the Fine
Food and Wine
\ ill the auction of :
original art created
by the youngsters at
the Pompano Beach
Boys and Girls Club,
Art with a Heart.
"This is not ordinary art,"
said Green. "The quality of
this work is genuinely amaz-
ing. Some of these paintings
are on the walls of some of
the biggest South Florida
corporations. Our local club
has had two nationally recog-
nized artists come out of this
program."
Proceeds from the Art with
a Heart auction will benefit
the local Boys and Girls Club.


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This original
beach scene by local artist,
Greg Bums, will start at $500.
And there are other ways to
spend money at this event.
"A Chinese auction will
consist of baskets filled with
theme items like dining, home
improvements and automobile
repairs," says Brooks, and
adding a note to the fashion
conscious "We'll be wear-
ing everything from casual to
cocktail attire."
But for most guests, this
will be the evening to try out
those restaurants they have
been meaning to for months.
Farraday's from Isle Capri,
Federal Grille in Lighthouse
Point .and Caf6 Maxx will be
on hand with temptations.
New to the event this year is
Chima, a Las Olas restaurant.
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of the live auction the Fine Food and
Wine Festival.

cally, it's the biggest fund-
raiser of the year. It allows us
to put something back into the
community and to support lo-
cal businesses. It's extremely
important for business owners
to show up and start talking to
each other."
Pompano Beach Discount
Liquor is the wine spon-
sor this year, something that
Melton says will be great for
the crowd.
Somashekahar Kasam,
owner of Discount Liquor,
652 E. McNab Road, says
not only will American wines
be on hand, but there will be
special wines from France
and other countries. "Dur-
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- special discounts for guests at
the event who want to pur-
chase bottles or cases to take
home.".Kasam.says.
':"Alive auction, called bi
Pompano Beach Mayor La-
mar Fisher will have four-star
dinners, air balloon rides,
a full day. of fishing arid a
$1,000 closet re amp donated
by Closet Factory.
Tickets are $50. Call 954-
941-2940 for tickets, sponsor-
ships or more information.


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Business Administration, said
to business owners who are
looking for SBA loans.
This week, President
Obama announced that the
federal government will "pur-
chase small business loans"
and guarantee SBA loans up
to 90 percent. --
"This makes lenders more
comfortable in giving the
loans," said Stamler.
He adds that business own-
ers seeking loans should go to
a bank where they are already
known.
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understood by many residents.
Commissioner Lee Ben-
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should have a recommenda-
tion of its own to present at
the workshop rather than just
open it up for citizens' com-
ments. He asked for a map


of the island that shows the
buildings and number of units
in each. Several large con-
dominium residences have
been built since the last beach
project.

Continued on page 7


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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro'Beach commis-
sioners rescheduled its April
6 meeting until April 27 to
discuss methods of assessing
residents for a beach nourish-
ment project scheduled to
begin in November.
Facing the new commis-,
sion is the task of finding
an estimated $8 million to
replenish a mile and a half
of beach front on the town's


north end where severe ero-
sion threatens to undermine
buildings. Mayor Carmen
McGarry said the town hopes
to recapture at least half the
amount in state and federal
grants.
Vice Mayor Dan Dodge,
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es, asked to delay the meet-
ing in order to research and
analyze the methods consid-
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Business


Briefs


NBMC to

host tours of

CyberKinife
North Broward Medical Center is
conducting tours of the newly remod-
eled Comprehensive Cancer Center
featuring the CyberKriife in Bro-
ward County. Community members
are invited to witness firsthand this
anti-cancer breakthrough and speak
to some of the surgeons, specialists
and nurses who provide cancer care in
Broward County.
The next tour is March 25 at 5:30
p.m..and will run every 20 minutes
thereafter until 8 p.m. Call 954-759-
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The North Broward Medical Center
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Local anglers-

to meet in

Lighthouse

Point. for dinner
The Lighthouse Point Saltwater
Sportsman's Association, www.lhpssa.'
ning.com,; meet March 25 from 6:30
to 9 P.m. at the Lighthouse Point
Yacht and Racquet Club. The meeting
includes dinner and a speaker related
to fishing or diving issues. Cost is $40
for non-members. Contact rtobin@
bellsouth.net.


Bridge games
Play Bridge Mondays through
Friday at 12:30 p.m. at Bridge Ace,
815 NE 15 Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Join ACBL Expert Rich Waugh every
Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. Special guest,
Philip Adler, bridge editor of the New
York Times will speak on April 3 at
11:15 a.m. Call 954-303-3191.


Dy Hair & Beauty salon brings a touch of

European sophistication to Pompano Beach


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Owners of a new salon, Dy Hair
and Beauty Salon, at 2607 E. Atlantic
Blvd., right next to Cafe Maxx, ar-
rived in Pompano Beach direct from
Istanbul,Turkey bringing with them
successful salon experience in Euro-
pean hair styling, color, esthetics and
make-up artistry.
Their story is vintage American
melting pot. Behcet, 'call me Ben', and
his wife, Dilnur, 'call me Dee,' came
here as tourists less than a year ago and
soon decided to become business inves-
tors in this country they hope to call
their own.
Dee says, "We were so impressed
with the cleanliness of this country and
the way people respect each other, we
decided we wanted to have our daugh-
ter Damla, who is 11 years old, live
and be educated here."
The couple got legal guidance,
work permits and moved to Pompano
Beach. After researching the area, .they
took over an existing salon, becoming
investors in Pompano Beach. They
started from scratch; After gutting the
interior, they redesigned it in a sleek
black and white motif and furnished it
with all new equipment. They Ameri-
canized their first names and are eager
to improve their English usage.
Although they are shy about using
their limited English, they hope their
clients will help them learn the lan-
guage as they introduce them to Euro-
pean cuts, styles and products.
Shop manager, Ace Rodur helped
with communications for this interview.
A master stylist and cosmetologist,
Rodur also came from Turkey over
20 years ago. His real name is Ihsan
Bodur, and he is now a proud-Ameri-
can citizen. He has owned salons in
Maryland and Oakland Park.:Now,
he manages this salon and guides the
new owners through the many details
involved in running a new business in
both Florida and the United States.
Rodur says, "We had a full house at
our grand opening when we introduced


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Ben Karakjz. holding up one of his
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BlId in Pompano Beach. [Phoios b.\
Phllis J Neubergerl


ourselves to the area with an
evening of snacks and mu-
sic. In the short time we have been
open, we have had repeat and referral
business. Some of my long time, loyal
customers have followed me here
from Oakland Park."
The salon team includes owner
Ben, an award winning artistic stylist
whose work has been featured on
Turkish television and films.
Co-owner Dee has 20 years of
experience as an esthetician and
make-up artist and has certification
from internationally known skin care
and cosmetic lines. She specializes
in brow shaping, waxing and profes-
sional aqua make-
up for special occasions, includ-
ing weddings. She will offer a variety


of skin treatments as soon as privacy
space for clients becomes available.
Yuksel "Yull" Yaman is a master
colorist who does styling, color and
highlights.
Two more master stylists include
Vicki who was not on hand and man-
ager, Rodur, spokesperson.
According to Rodur, the most
requested services so far with men
and women have been color, cuts,
highlights and blow dry styling. Other
services available include permanent
waving, thermal hair straightening,
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Dy Hair &

Salon
Continued from page 4
hair extensions, lash exten-
sions, bride up do styles, and
accommodations for off site
services.
Favorite imported product
lines used are Davines from
Italy and Wella from Ger-
many. Dee says, "These are
all organic, superior prod-
ucts that we have used and
like. We're willing to pay
more to import these special
products for our clients. For
hair color and highlights, we
use Trionics, a product line
that features an enzyme color
developer which keeps hair
texture healthy and as it dries,
it returns hair to its natural
Keratin state.
The salon is open 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Mon. to Sat. Ap-
pointments are suggested, but
walk-ins are welcome. Call
954-941-0119.
Bengal Bingo

to benefit

Pompano
Middle
The Pompano Beach
Middle School PTA will host
a Bengal Bingo Blast, April
30 at the school.
PTA members are seeking
sponsors and advertising for
its program from local busi-
ness owners. All profits will
benefit the school. Call 954-
608-1495.

Wine tasting

at Elks

Lodge
On March 27 at 6 p.m.,
the Does Drove will host its
annual wine tasting party at
the Elks Lodge, 700 NE 10
St., Pompano Beach. Tickets
are $20. The public is invited.
Call 954-255-3130.

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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in Lau-
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mously agreed at a recent
commission meeting to do
their part and support the ob-
servance of Earth Hour 2009.
The international event
is aimed at urging millions to
turn off lights from 8:30 to
9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28.
In lobbying for support-


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Hope 'sworn in' along with new

commission in Deerfield Beach
By Judy Wilson
COMMENTARY
It was a night of hope and renewal expressed in words, huge floral bou-
quets, broad smiles and in the song of an Irish priest.
Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony for the city commission and the business
meeting that followed was quite different from Deerfield Beach City Commis-
sion meetings of late.
We hope it lasts, because the citizens of Deerfield have needed this scenario
for a long, long time. No matter how well intended our previous commission-
ers, too much bad feeling had been expressed too many times for them to ever
reconstitute a workable board.
Barack Obama convinced Americans to believe in change and change is ex-
actly what Deerfield needs too. Not little change, but a shift big enough to create
new thinking, new attitudes, new possibilities.
We smile when incumbent politicians say consistency is a valid reason to
give them votes. They also like to point to experience as a reason to elect them.
And while we agree that some continuity on public boards may be benefi-
cial, a breath of fresh air is often more so.
People in the job like to believe no one else will do it as well and are in-
clined to run for their office as long as the law allows. That is an insult to our
intelligence as well as a denial of history.
The Founding Fathers had no intention that the rulers of this nation should
think of it a career. Instead they envisioned Americans leaving their farms or
their shops and going to the Capital for a few years to help manage the coun-
try, and then coming home. They fashioned the task so it could be managed by
ordinary folks.
Ordinary folks can run local government too if they have the desire to serve,
the wits to read and compute, the ability to listen and the courage to make un-
popular decisions.
We think this point was proven when Deerfield Beach gained two excel-
lent commissioners by pulling their names from a hatful of interested parties.
"Their selection required no campaigns and no fund raising. Adfmittedly it was
an unusual situation that created two empty seats simultaneously, but the ease in
which they were filled and the quality of the people chosen could not have been
improved by a lengthy election process. Hmm. Gives us a reasons to support
limited campaigns at all levels of government.
Anyway, kudos are due to interim commissioners Gloria Battle and Colleen
DiDonato and to Sylvia Poitier who acted admirably as temporary mayor.
Now we have new commissioners who appear earnest in their desire to
tackle problems and bright enough to understand how government works. In
Peggy Noland, we have a fully engaged mayor and in the administration, a no-
nonsense city manager and hard-working department heads.
Without being overly optimistic, this is change we can believe in.
Ed's note: A first hand look at Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony is available
at the city's website, Deerifeld-Beach.com


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SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
For some students, buying the prom dress or tux is secondary to some more
basic needs in Haiti. Students in Interact Club, a high school club partnered with
Rotary Clubs, at Pompano Beach High School, recently learned of the need for
food and used clothes.
The Rev. Jacque Dumornay of the Haitian Baptist Church, 333 Martin Lu-
ther King Blvd., Pompano Beach, spoke to the Interact club members recently.
That resulted in 40 containers, including a large refrigerator, being sent to
the island in January.
Interact members have set up collection boxes in classrooms which got the
entire student body involved. On March 6, another truckload of supplies was
shipped to waiting men, women and children in Haiti.
The drive will continue, and members are now seeking community help to
assist people who remain in need.
Churches and other groups are urged to collect food and clothes that can be
sent to Haiti.
Supplies can be dropped off at the Pompano Pelican Newspaper, 1500-A E.
Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach.
Officers of PBHS Interact are Victoria Litman, president and Kayla McDon-
ald, vice president. Sharon Rhoades is the teacher volunteer, and Ted Hasle is
the Rotarian advisor.
For more information on the Haitian Relief Fund, call The Rev. Dumornay
at 954-782-4832 or Rotarian Neal Vinkemulder at 954-970-0541.


Pet fair
The Deerfield Beach Historical Society holds its 2nd Annual Pet Adoption
Fair, Sat. March 28, at the Butler House, SE 4 Avenue and Hillsboro Boulevard,
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with vendors, music, food and face painting for the kids. Pro-
ceeds to the Florida Humane Society.

Clarke-Reed's DB town hall

meeting brings in three agencies
State Rep. Gywn Clarke-Reed [Dis. 92] will partner with three state agen-
cies and hold a town hall meeting Sat., March 21, 10 a.m. to noon at Westside
Park Recreation Center, 445 SW 2 S., Deerfield Beach. Reed has invited repre-
sentatives of the Department of Children and Families to deal with questions on
food stamp, Medicaid and Pre-K; and representatives from the Department of
Veterans' Affairs and SHINE ADRC, the Aging & Disability Resource Center to
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11:45 a.m. Refreshments and
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Congressman

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office in

Lighthouse,

Point
U.S. Congressman Ron
Klein now has a satellite
office in Lighthouse Point
where staff members will be
available on the first Wednes-
day of each month in the
library's conference room
from 9 to 11 a.m.
Klein encourages all
residents who need help with
Social Security, Medicare
payments, Veteran assistance
or any other federal govern-
ment issues to join his staff at
the library. For more informa-
tion, call 561-544-6910.


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Lighthouse Point Relay for Life
Next Relay meeting set for March 23
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Deerfield Beach/Lighthouse Point Relay For Life Chair-
persons Gordon Vatch and Carol Landau invite the public to
participate in the 25th Annual American Cancer Society May
-fundraiser event which will be held at Quiet Waters Park on
Sat. May 9, beginning at 5 p.m.
The event celebrates cancer survivors and caregivers, and
remembers those who have lost their lives to cancer. Survivors
are honored by walking the first lap, and caregivers and other
participants walk the subsequent laps.
The track is lined with luminaria bags that have the names
of cancer survivors and those who have lost their battle with
cancer.
For more information on how to be involved in this event,
go to www.relayforlife.org/dblpfl, or by call Carol Landau at
954-426-6547, Gordon Vatch at 954-420-0084, or attend the
meetings of Relay organizers on March 23rd, April 6th, and
April 27th at the Dixon Ahl Hall, 2220 N. E. 38 Street, Light-
house Point. Teams meet at 6:45 p.m., and Committees meet at
7:30 p.m

Hillsboro erosion
Continued from page 3
Dodge said, "The residents are looking to us to present
them with fair options."
The meeting will be held at Opal Towers on the 27, 6:30
p.m.
McGarry elected mayor for second term
At a re-organizational meeting held Tuesday, the commis-
sion chose Carmen McGarry as mayor for a second, two-year -
term and Dodge the vice mayor. Commissioner Tom Pelosi will
again head up beach erosion, Celinda Sawtelle will be responsi-
ble for transportation, recycling and sanitation,. Dodge, finance;
Bennett, fire services and legislation. McGarry will continue to
work with engineers on the rebuilding of the water plant, police
services and administration.
Dodge will continue to be the town's representative on the
League of Cities. Hillsboro's seat on the Metropolitan Planning
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PELICAN STAFF
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her job and the many good
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Massey
Continued from page 8
stayed long after I intended
to, but one wants to see those
long range projects come to
pass." she explains.
And there's still more.
Her sorority does much of the
planning for the Martin Lu-
ther King festivities and most
recently they've taken on
the project of "Art in Public
Places" for Carol Foland, city
department of recreation. Fo-
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good things about Elizabeth.
She's a wealth of informa-
tion, a real resource and she's
a perfect example of a busy
person who willingly takes on
even more.
She and her sorority are
now handling "Art in Public
Places," an important project
which showcases the work of
our talented school children."
Asked how she man-


ages to do all of this and still
hold down her job as Program
Administrator in the Depart-
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lies where she usually puts
in a 50-hour week, she says,
"Well, most of my volunteer-
ing is done at night, on the
weekends and on occasional
vacation days I take from my
job."
Then with a wide smile,
she adds, "I couldn't do it
without a supportive husband
like James. He helps me with
all of the household stuff and
he's been a wonderful father
to our three daughters. He
often joins me in my volunteer
activities."
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their three daughters. Massey
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members of my sorority, and
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Master's degrees in Public
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She's been in the Depart-
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country's economy. Our client
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percent since our economy
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Deerfield

changes
Continued from page 1
in his $145,000 annual sal-
ary. Human Resources
Director Marva Gordon
was placed on an extended
leave and Deputy Director
of Recreation Jack Disher
was suspended with pay on
Thursday.
Mahaney would not
comment as to the reasons
for his actions involving
Gordon or Disher. Human
Resource Generalist Linda
King will fill in for Gordon


in her absence.
At Public Works, Charlie
DaBrusco, former assistant
director and been elevated to
director.
Mahaney said he ex-
pected an investigation into
Disher's suspension would
be concluded by March 23,
He said Disher violated the
department's chain of com-
mand and had other person-
nel rule issues.
Disher was also a key
player in a relationship
in 2004 involving former
mayor Al Capellini and the
city's Aquatic Instructor, and
was later named in a sexual
harassment complaint by one


of his employees.
Peter, came to Deerfield
Beach five and a half years
ago from Chicago. He said
he took the demotion un-
derstanding the city's "eco-
nomic hardships." He was
above the salary range for
his position.
In the memo announcing
the change in Public Works,
Mahaney said Peter's job
was a "stressful position"
which had taken "a toll on
his health." Peter would not
comment when questioned
about his health.
Gordon has been a city
employee for 10 years and
during those years promoted
diversity in the city's hiring
practices. She was the first
black woman in Deerfield's
history to head a major de-
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Lights Out
Continued from page 5

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were dark.
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being taken to the next level,
with the goal of 1 billion peo-
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as part of a global vote. Over
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have pledged their support to
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son have donated $36,500 to
the city's fire department to
purchase a new Physio Life
Pak and MSA Thermal Imag-
ing Camera.
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dangerous Carbon Monoxide
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important patient information
to hospital emergency room
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increasing demands of out-
of-hospital emergency care"
said Lighthouse Point Fire
Chief David Donzella. "All
of our citizens will potentially
benefit from this very gener-
ous donation."
The Thermal Imaging Cam-
era will aid fire personnel in
their efforts to locate victims
in a smoke filled environment,
uncover fires hidden behind
walls and in attic spaces, and
identify "hot-spots" during the
post extinguishment overhaul,
process.
"The new camera will help
us locate victims when vis-'
ibility is non-existent. That


can mean all the difference
when someone's life is in the
balance" said Chief Donzella.
"In addition, the camera will
assist us in our effort to save
property because we will be

Mayor Fred Schorr [right] accepts
a check from Jim and Sue David
Donzella Acheson to purchase new
equipment for the Lighthouse Point
Fire Department. Fire Chief holds
that department's new Physio Life
Pak and MSA Thermal Imaging
Camera. [Photo courtesy of the City
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Temple Sholom awarded Live HaTikva Broadcast


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On April 29, a Guinness
World Record is set to be
broken as Jews and supporters
of Israel throughout the world
join together to celebrate
Israel Independence Day.
They will join together at one
designated time throughout
the world to sing HaTikva, Is-


rael's national Anthem, which
will be broadcast throughout
the world by JLTV, a Jewish
broadcasting network in Los
Angeles. The Jewish Cegter at
Temple Sholom is the desti-
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of showing solidarity with
the state of Israel. Israel is the
only democracy in the Middle
East. We must never forget
that.Israel has always been
our ally and deserves our sup-
port. As the host in this area,
we have an open invitation to
our Jewish and non-Jewish
friends to join us. It's really
going to be a street fair at the
Temple.
HaTikva will be sung at 3
p.m., but the doors at Temple
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Kol ode balevav
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Ulfa'atey mizrach kadimah
Ayin l'tzion tzofiyah.
Ode lo avdah tikvatenu
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into a celebration of Israel
at 61" said Liz Greenhouse,
event co-chair, as we welcome
the community into our home.
Numerous Israeli artists will
be displaying and selling their
artwork. We will be offering
entertainment. Dignitaries will
be present as well.
The Jewish Center at Tem-
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SE 11 Ave. in Pompano Beach.
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Hearts Minds One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
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First Baptist Church, 138
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parking lot across the street
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The movie, The Perfect
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Girls, bring your girl-
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Popcorn and drinks will be
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Lutheran Church, 2600 NE 14
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Town manager
Continued from page 1
has been phenomenal for this
town," he said, referring to
Colon. "Shame on the people
stirring the pot."
After.calling for a 60-day
period of peace, Mclntee
added, "We all love you.
The citizens love you."
A week ago, 29 people
spoke on behalf of Colon. 19
were members of the Citi-
zens Initiative Committee.
Those comments took
one and one-half hours.
Commissioners failed to
get to most of their regular
agenda and had to resume
the meeting again the next
day.
Commissioner Jim
Silverstone said, "People
were notified there was a
cause for concern, and they
showed up."
Resident, local blogster
and town critic, Barbara
Cole, explained that LBTS
like other cities should abide
by its own rules and call for
a review of the town man-
ager.
"Per contract, the man-
ager is supposed to have an
annual performance review
before the budget is pre-
sented," Cole said. "And the
manager gets to review the
commission."
Cole said she didn't think
parading members of a civic
organization before the com-
mission to support the man-
ager should usurp what's in
the contract. "And I don't
think there's anything wrong
with asking for prior history
on a subject.
"Esther Colon is a very
strong, independent, profes-


sional woman," Cole added.
"It's kind of demeaning to
say she's being picked on
or to put her on a pedes-
tal. I think she should be
treated like every other town
manager. And I don't think
a vote of confidence should
supersede what's in her
contract."
Silverstone.said having
the vote of confidence is
a great move to show the
town manager she has sup-
port. He said he was aware
of the contract, "and it's up
to the commission to call for
the review."
Silverstone referred to
Colon as "gold," adding
that her experience as the
town financial director is
a "blessed" thing. Com-
missioner Birute Clottey
said she would support the
vote of confidence. "But it
doesn't give someone a new
contract. An annual review
is something different."
Clottey said she has
found Colon to be fair and
that she doesn't favor any
one person.
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd said, "I don't think
this is the time or place for a
pat on the back for the town
manager." Instead, he said the
format and how the commis-
sion conducts a review should
be discussed at one of their
round table meetings.
"You have my vote of
confidence, but I would like a
review," Dodd said.
He added, "There are alle-
gations out there that I'm the
one causing the problem." In
the future, he suggested that
if what he's asking staff to
do requires a large amount of
time or research, staff should


tell him that.
"And if Esther has a
problem (with his requests),
she can call me," Dodd said.
Colon had remained quiet
until this point in the discus-
sion.
"I have been doing this
for 32 years, and personally,
I know I'm doing a good
job. I think I'm reviewed
every day," Colon said.
"I have a job to do. I
have strong work ethics.
Commissioner Dodd, if you
would like to call to termi-
nate my contract, let's get it
over with," a visibly upset
Colon said. "I'm going to do
my job whether you like me
or don't like me."
She went on to tell
Dodd, "Your criticism is not
constructive. If I disagree
with you, I always told you.
I have a life. This town has
become my life. You are
never going to thank us for
doing a good job. It's not
easy to work in this town.
We try to help everyone.
We're all replaceable. My
heart is here."
She continued, "If a com-
missioner wants to parade 100
people, that's the vice mayor.
I'm not a politician. Please let
me do my job."
"To everyone who criticiz-
es the town manager, let me
remind you that we are one of
two towns in Broward County
in the black," Clottey said.
"The town manager is doing
something right."
After the meeting, Dodd
said "I have the utmost respect
for the town manager, but I
think a performance review
should be done. Everyone
could learn from reviews,
including me."


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Tuesday And Thursdays.
Call 954-783-1998. DFWP.
4/10

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DESK: Part-time receptionist
needed for Endo Office in
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Some Sat. Some Dental
Assisting Knowledge
necessary. 561-386-0634.
04/03

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Renewing Accounts No
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235-9556.3/20

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FOR SALE
FANNING SPRINGS FL
Fisherman's Delight.-
Near The Suwannee. 2/1.5
Block Home. Large Living
Room, Fireplace, Walk-in
Closets. Screened Porch.
2 Story Utility Bldg. On 3
Shady Lots. $90,000. 386-
867-4489.


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Custom Brick Home, 2701
sq ft. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths,
Den with fireplace. Attached
two car garage with a 435
sq ft bonus room and bath
above. All located on 1.98
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20 Miles East of 1-75 and
Perry Ga. Priced to sell
$175,000. We have many
more homes. Check out
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or 478-472-1959 Carl B
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HOUSE FOR
SALE
POMPANO FOR SALE 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room, No Landlease, free golf,
etc. etc. $99,900.954-784-7150.
04/03

DEERFIELD BEACH MUST
SEE. EAST OF FED. HWY.
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 BEACH-Owner
Financing! Waterfront,
Dock, NFB. Remodeled
1/1.5. Central air cond.
New Appliances, W/ID,
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. 3/20

GARDEN BY SEA Updated
Beach Condo. 2/2 $265,000.
Leisureville 3/2, Garage, Golf.
$125,000, Financing. Lease
$1000 + Maintenance. Holstein
Realty 954-781-6902 3/20

FOR SALE BY OWNER
- Century Village Deerfield
1/1. New Carpet, Paint,
Ceiling Fans & Light
Fixtures. Extra Clean.
$29,900. 561-271-4761.
4/10

POMPANO ISLAND CLUB
BEAUTY- Corner2/2 Updated
Condo On OceanAccess Canal
With Stunning Waterviews.
Camille Hall Balistreri Realty.
954-254-2085. 3/20

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
1 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 FOR RENT 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room. Includes Lawn & Exterior
Maint., Golf, Water, Sewer,
Trash, Pools, Etc. $875 Mo.
954-784-7150. 04/03

POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
55+. 1/1 750 Sq Ft $700. 2/1
Unfurnished $775. 2/2 Carport
$900.2/2 Carport $1100. Realty
3000 561-866-3839. 4/10

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.

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Condo! 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.


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POMPANO BEACH Sea
Haven 1/1.5 Remodeled.
Beautifully Furnished.
Lovely Pool Area On Canal/
ICW. 1 Block From Beach.
55+.AvailableMay1st.$1000
Month. 954-913-7383.

POMPANO BEACH
WATERFRONT Condo 2/2.
Pool. Convenient Location.
$1000 Month. 574-870-7940
Frank.

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

POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
2/1 Furnished .On Golf
Course. New Berber
Carpeting Thru-out.
Immaculate. Includes Golf,
Water, Pools, Many More
Amenities. $725 MQnth
954-426-4899 Or 954-806-
0504. 3/27

POMPANO BEACH 1 Block
To Ocean. 1/1 Fully Furnished.
Full Cable. Impact Windows/
Doors. Pool/Laundry. April Thru
December $950.954-540-9724.
4/10

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

SW DEERFIELD 2 AND
3 BEDROOMS-Spac ious
Villas. Some Waterfront.
$1000 And Up. Please Call
954-520-1777.


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POMPANO 2/1 Duplex E
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Central A/C, Washer-Dryer.
Walk To Shopping, Beach.
No Pets. $925 Month Yrly.
954-941-8731. 03/27
POMPANO/DRFLD BY
THE BEACH Immediate,
Occupancy. Annual & Short
Term. Furn/Unfurn. 1 and
2 Bdrom & Efficiencies.
$795 And Up. Low Move-in.
Clean, Updated, Laundry,
pool, electric, cable, water.
Owner Agent 954-608-
7368.
LAUDERDALEBYTHESEA
2/2 Penthouse. Oceanview
-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

ROOMS FOR
RENT
DEERFIELD SHARE MY 2
Bedroom Gorgeous Condo.
Single Male Looking To Share
With Right Female. $400 Month,
All Included. Only Serious Need
Apply.Call For Details 954-773-
4742. 3/20

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency -.With Kitchen
Available. Also 1/1 Apt 500'
To Ocean. Laundry And, Pool
On Premises. No Pets. 954-
294-8483 or 248-736-1533.
03/27

POMPANO LARGE. Efficiency
Apt. Near Federal Highway,
Shopping And Beach, Includes
Utilities & Cable. Call 954-941-
3922 3/20


POMPANO BEACH
EFFICIENCY For Rent. 819
N Ocean Blvd. Daily Weekly
Special Rates. Across The
Street From The Beach. www.
shoresterrace.com. 954-942-
9204 3T20

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR_
RENT
R E C E S S. I N
CONCESSION!! Prime-Shop
OrOffice. Located at NE 34 Ct
& Dixie Hwy in Oakland Park
Fl. Approx 920 sq ft. $750/mo
Plus Tax For The. first .year.
Water and waste free!! 954-
563-3533.
DEERFIELD POMPANO
AREA. IndustrialWarehouse
Space For Rent. 4250 Sq Ft
With Office. $9.50 Per Sq Ft.
Call 954-520-1777.
POMPAN-O BEACH
Storefront Office For
Rent. 813 Sq Ft @ $850 Per
Month. 954-261-0679. Ken
Clark Licensed Real Estate
Broker.
PRESTIGE NEW Downtown
City Oakland Park. 1200
Sq Ft Between City Hall
& Post Office. Retail-
Office-Showroom. Special
Recession Low Rent.
$1300.00 IncludesTax,Water
& Electric ForThe FirstYear.
954-563-3533.
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.

POMPANO BEACH 12x8'
Office With Window For
Rent. Includes Electric &
Internet. $475 Month. Will
Do Month To Month. 954-
942-2838.


AGRICULTURAL
LAND
LAKE WORTH AREA -Tree
Farm/Horse-Farm. 10 Acres
. Available. Rent Or Sale.
Please Call 954-520-1777.

STORAGE
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boats. Call 954-520-1777.
04/10

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ANTIQUES
ANTIQUE FIREPLACE-frame
andAntique buggy. $500 each or
.obo. Call Jennifer 954-547-4460
or' e-mail olivemike81 @yahoo.
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FOR SALE
MATTRESSES -TWIN $90.
FULL $110. QUEEN $130.
KING $180. FRAMES $30.00.
Bunk Beds $179. Futons
& Roll-A-Ways Available.
CAN DELIVER!! 954-465-
6498. 04/03
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.,Standing Range, White Wjth
Ceramic Glass Top. Real Clean.
Looks Like New. $150.954-943-
8297. 3/20

MARBLE 24x24" Earthtone.
500 Sq Ft. V2 Price $6.00 Per
Foot. Call 954-540-9724. 3/27
SAILBOAT Erickson '27
ft. Mercury Outboard. Owner
got bigger boat. Pompano
Beach. $3,500. Call 954-782-
3543. C


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Friday, March 20, 2009


18 The Pelican


Ber H FencedY Dockside Galley Grille owners say

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Owners Mike and Nikki Kridlow areproud of the savory fare they prepare daily
at the Dockside Galley Grille in Lighthouse Point.
By Malcolm McClintock


PELICAN WRITER

Dockside Galley Grille
2841 Marina Circle
Lighthouse Point
Tel: 954-788-GRILLE
(4745)
The Dockside Galley Grille
recently held its annual
"Customer Appreciation" day,
to thank their loyal patrons.
This quaint little marina
restaurant is the only place
on the Intracoastal serving
breakfast 7 days a week to
everyone including boaters.
. Owners Nikki and Mike
Kridlow have been holding
this celebration for the past
seven years. "We have a
great relationship with all
the people at the Lighthouse


14-month-old Denae Smock with
grand-mother Diana Lacarubba. "We
have been coming here for years" says
grandma, "The macadamia nut crusted
grouper is the best."

Point Marina and thank them
for their support," says Nikki.
On this particular evening,
the Dockside Galley Grille
welcomed all to enjoy a
sample of the restaurant's


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Friends and family were on
hand to participate in the
festivities.
Although breakfast and
lunch are specialties, the
Continued on page 19


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Dockside
Continued from page 18
Dockside now offers a dinner
fare from Wednesday to
Saturday night.
At breakfast time, visitors
drop in to enjoy fresh brewed
coffee and eggs any style with
a favorite meat and home
fries. Also popular are the
Eggs Benedict with Canadian
bacon, the various hearty
omelettes, pancakes stacked
high and French Toast.
At lunch time, fresh salads
such as tomato and mozzarella
with balsamic vinaigrette
or Caesar and Greek salads
with chicken or shrimp are
the ideal way to enjoy a light
meal by the water. For those
with bigger appetites, a host
of juicy beef and chicken
burgers are available.
The many fish sandwiches
such as Mahi-Mahi or
Grouper are equally popular.
The Dockside Galley Grille
also offers many classic
appetizers such as Coconut


from the sea. One can relish a
great Black Angus New York
Strip Steak, zesty Chicken
Caprese, moist Grilled Mahi-
Mahi or many of the other
house specialties.
"The Macadamia Nut
Crusted Grouper is the best.
We come especially for that,"
says longtime Dockside

Long time patrons and friends,
Guy Contrada and Cathy Sheehan,
Sheehan Motors, enjoy the great
food at the Dockside Galley Grille's
customer appreciation day event.


Shrimp with Mango Chutney
sauce, Blackened Ahi Tuna
with Wasabi, steamed clams
with lemon and drawn
butter or fried calamari with


Marinara sauce.
For a tranquil dinner venue,
the Dockside is the perfect
place to savor a great meal
while watching boaters return


Galley Grille aficionado
Diana Lacarubba.
With one of the mightiest
fishing scales on the coast,
the Dockside offers the best
seat in the house to view
fishermen come in to weigh
prize winning quarry.
On this particular evening,
Justin Polnac and his
shipmate George Guerra
motored in to appraise a 340
pound Marlin they had just


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Dot Cowdrey. local Realtor and Nikki
share a moment together at Customer
Appreciation Day.
training the cooking staff' he
says with the look of a man
who is pleased to offer his
talents to the Lighthouse Point
marina.
With all appetizers, salads
and sandwiches under $11
and entrees under $20, the
Dockside Galley Grille is a
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dinner. They have ample
inexpensive beer and wine
selections as well as full bar
service.
Great food and lovely view
make the Dockside Galley
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