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Hometown News & Views


at yorusnes


Poitier and Fink

named to Senior

Hall of Fame
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Two women
from northeast
Broward are
among 10 being
inducted into the
Broward Senior
Hall of Fame
Wednesday,
May 10, 9 a.m.
Deerfield Beach
POITIER politician Sylvia
Poitier, 74, and NE Focal Point volun-
teer Joan Fink, 72, have been selected
to join an elite group that has been
chosen since 1978.
"It's the best thing we do," said
Edith Lederberg, executive director
of the Aging and Disability Resource
Center, of the event..
See SENIOR HALL on page 23

LB TS to shoot

fireWOrks from

bea ch fr ont for

July 4th party
Event chair will check for
turtle nests on day of event
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea unanimously agreed Tuesday
to approve Melrose South Pyrotechnics
as fireworks vendor for the town's July
4 Beach Blast Celebration 2009. Cost
is $15,000.
Town Manager Esther Colon
recommended the commission approve
the vendor recommended by Marc
Furth, event coordinator.
The only other firm to bid for the
job was Zambelli, whose bid was also
$15,000.
Furth said Zambelli didn't do a
very good job last year when they
subcontracted the job to two others,
"They had a poorly set up display," he
said, and many of the fireworks did not
work. The fireworks cost $35,000, but
the town got a $15,000 rebate for those
that didn't go off.
Mayor Roseann Minnet asked
Furth if he had submitted permit
See FIREWORKS on page 19


Budget cuts
slash jobs in

Pompano Beach
Florida kids will get less
By Christina Veiga
PELICAN WRITER
She never thought it would get to
this point.
Jean Arenal, parent of a freshman at
Pompano Beach High School, never
thought funding for public schools
would be cut so deeply that the num-
ber of volleyball games her daughter
wB play are cut, and the outdated -
technology she uses in her television
broadcast class won't be replaced.
But according to Broward County
School Board officials, Pompano
Beach schools face an academic year
with less teachers, technology and
sports programs due to state budget
cuts.
Concerned parents, students and
staff had an opportunity to address
school board representatives regard-
ing the shrinking budget at a town
hall meeting at Pompano Beach High
SchooldMoni y upsetting," said

Arsenal, 43, an administrative assistant
who lives in Pompano Beach.
See BUDGET on page 18


~'PT~pery tax aY:;~pb~b'ps rvne socelssgun


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
The disparity in the public tax
rolls may torpedo what the Hillsboro
Commission thought would be the
easiest way to assess homeowners for
the upcoming $8 million beach revet-
ment a real estate tax.
At a workshop Monday, resident
Jennifer Sheehan presented figures
from the Broward County Property
Appraiser showing the taxable values
of condo units in Opal Towers ranged
from $437,000 to $736,000. Some
unit owners pay no ad valorum taxes;

an ong years o resi ncy pay mucothders; with Homestea less than their new neighbors whose
primary residence is elsewhere.
In Ocean Grande, the newest
condominium in town, real estate
taxes range from $3,054 to $22,150,
according to the figures Sheehan
obtained. "Is an assessment based on
property values a fair method?" Shee-
han asked the commission.


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50th year for Cresthaven Student performances at Cresthaven Elementary School this week marked
the 50th year with school board officials, teachers and friends. See page 9.


The information blurred the lines
Of what had threatened to be a rift
between condo dwellers and single
family homeowners. The latter, who
live on the south end of town where
beaches do not erode, have stated their
opposition to adding the restoration
cost to the general operating budget,
funded by property taxes. They have
hired an attorney.
In the 90-minute meeting attended
by close to 300 people, residents spoke
of several ways to pay the cost of
renewing the north mile and a half of
beach. Mentioned were assessing per


lineal foot, establishing an assessment
based on how much the homeowner
benefited from the renewal, dividing
the cost of the project equally among
all homeowners. All agreed deciding
on a fair and equitable assessment is
a huge challenge for the town's of-
ficials.
Judy Thiel, a south end resident
in a single-family home, said that
although her property doesn't need
sand, she would be willing to pay,
but "not a disproportionate amount."


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Ron Davis's passion is
music. His professional life as
a musician includes 40 years
as choir director for various
churches, six years as choral
director for 450 students at
Fort Lauderdale High School
and 19 years as Supervisor of
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is that of a male chorus."
When they first moved into
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he and his wife, Dee, who are
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getting their villa fixed to their
liking.
"The idea for a male chorus
here in the Village was trig-
gered when two different male
friends called and sang happy
birthday to me on my birth
day," Davis reminisces. "I
thought, 'Hey, these guys can
sing. Maybe I could get a few
men together to do a number
in the Village's annual talent
show. I sent a letter to the 250
men living in JKV to ascertain
merest and to explain my
background with male cho
ruses."
In his letter he even in-
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mance."
He raves about his male
chorus members. "They're
like sponges. These are
intelligent men who want to
excel, and they give their full
attention to the task. It is a
real pleasure and privilege to
direct these gentlemen. There
are no discipline problems like
I encountered with high school
students. This group is so
cooperative and generous with
their time and finances. We
are completely self-support-
ing. Most recently, member
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his gentlemen members
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The Villagers [Below] are
a 48 male chorus shown
here with their volunteer
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research proving the benefits
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conducted over a two year
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participating in choruses had
better health, fewer doctor
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fewer falls, fewer other health
problems, better morale, less
loneliness, and they even
became involved in other
activities.
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a laugh, "I don't know if it
was for the chance to sing or
because they were after those
health benefits, but whatever
the reason, not one of my


original group has passed
away. And now I have 48
singing seniors who never
cease to amaze me. I know
that 75 percent of them have
never sung in an organized
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music.
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Letters





By Kristin Jacobs
BROWARD COUNTY COMMISSIONER

I am in Tallahassee this week for hopefully the last week of Legislative Ses-
sion, and I wanted to make you aware of a terrible bill that passed the House
this afternoon.
With the passage of HB 1219, Florida is opening the first of many doors to
allow oil drilling off the State's coast. This bill would reverse 30 years of policy
that bans drilling in our state waters. The bill would not allow drilling yet, but it
would start the process by allowing exploratory searches for oil and natural gas.
This would replace the complete ban with a plan to allow the Governor and the
Florida Cabinet to charge $1 million per application to explore state-controlled
waters that stretch between three and 10 miles offshore.
While the House approved this legislation today, the Senate has yet to consid-
er the proposal. Though we can't count on some of Broward's representatives
to keep Florida safe, like Representative Ellyn Bogdanoff, who today voted for
off-shore drilling, we can still appeal to Senate President Atwater and tell him
NOT to bring this appalling piece of legislation to the Senate floor. Please email
Senator Atwater at atwater.jeff.web@fisenate.gov .
Governor Crist has already indicated he has concerns with this legislation.
He was quoted today in the Miami Herald as saying that he was worried about
"the lateness of the hour within it was brought up." Let's tell the Governor that
he should ready his veto pen in the event that this dangerous legislation crosses
.
his desk. Contact the Governor at: Charlie.crist@myflonda.com, and tell him to
veto HB 1219 if it comes his way.
I will continue to send you updates on important legislation.

Fraudulent recall of board

members at Royal Coast Condo
.
This letter is a follow up to an article that you ran in your last issue concerning
the recall of myself and two other condominium board members at Royal
Coast Condominium.. So called "petition organizers" used a provision in
condominium law (that "any board member of the board of directors may be
recalled and removed from office with or without cause") to solicit the requisite
number of unit owner signatures by convincing them that these three board
members, along with their president, Joseph Sorrentino, had voted 4-3 for a $4 .
million building restoration and renovation project that would assess each unit
owner approximately $20 thousand over a four- to five-year period.
The fact of this matter is that the 4-3 vote referred to was actually a vote to
hire a licensed professional engineer to evaluate the structural condition of the
building and then recommend a plan for remedial action. The engineer was to
guide the RCC Association through a phased program of renovation work that
would be required to bring our building up to present day structural and safety
standards. This would be necessary to comply with a 40-Year Inspection that is
tentatively scheduled for the building in CY2010. More importantly, the fund-
ing ($7500) for this engineering task has been budgeted in CY2009, will not
require a special assessment for unit owners and will most probably be staged
over a several month time frame.Royal Coast Condominium was construct-
ed in 1970 and is coming up on its 40th anniversary. While the building
has been generally maintained on a weekly basis, like many other condos
of this age, it now requires some major restoration work. The profes-
sional engineer will afford RCC the ability to properly plan this required
work to accommodate both unit owner's finances and compliance with
state and local building construction requirements. For RCC unit owners
See RECALL on page 10


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branch libraries shut their doors
Dear Representatives,
Please do not close The [Pompano Beach] Beach Branch Library as a bud-
get saving measure. We residents along the beach live in the highest density area
of this city. We pay the most in taxes, and we do not have our own community
center. (as the residents have in Districts 4 and 5) The library has scheduled
events for the citizens here. This library sees a lot of activity from the local
beach area residents. It would be a great disservice for you to take this away
from us especially at this time. This is a time when we need it most.

Ada and Jerry Grossman

Editor's note: The Pompano Beach 'Beach" branch library is on the list
for proposed closings. Also on the list is the Deerfield Beach Century
Plaza Library. Broward County Commissioners are still debating budget
cuts which change hours of operations for libraries, parks and other
public facilities.


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PELICAN STAFF

Though she's from Mon-
treal and speaks French, Dr.
Manon Bourque Hutchison is
a Cardinal Gibbons and Barry
University graduate who
went on to Colorado Univer-
sity School of Dentistry and
then returned to set up prac-
tice back home in Pompano
Beach.
Now she has offices at
2631 E. Atlantic Blvd. and in
Coconut Creek. She laughs
and says, "I tell people I'm
feeding a staff of 26 people
including other dentists, hy-
gienists, assistants, treatment
plan coordinator, financial
coordinator and my husband
who runs the business
She describes her practice
as a family practice saying.
"My patients are between two
and 100. We see children for
their first visit and make sure
it's a good experience so that
they never have fear of den-
tists. We clean their teeth and
teach them and their parents
about home care. We like to
see them every six months. I
have teen-age patients I've
cared for since they were tots.
I've been in this office for
eight years. Before that I was
in the former shopping center
at Atlantic and AIA."
Hutchison does basic and
cosmetic dentistry. Basics
include white fillings, crowns,
bridges, partial, extrac-
tions, root canals and implant
restoration after the surgeon
has done the implant. "I often
do implant bar and implants
with dentures," she says and
cautions, "you must be 21 and
have a bone growth scan to
be sure growth is complete.
That's essential in young
people to be sure that implants
will work. It's not unusual for
young adults to have miss-
ing teeth for many reasons,


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Dr. Manon B. Hutchison takes off her mask long enough to smile for this photograph. Then, it's back to work, assisted


the smile line.
Invisalign braces are
almost invisible braces that
straighten teeth for patients
12 or older. All permanent
teeth must be in. Invisalign
teeth straightening has many
advantages over regular
braces. Patients feel less self
conscious and more confident
while wearing them. These re-
movable braces promote good
hygiene and healthier gums
because eating, chewing and
cleaning are all easier.
"I have a well trained
staff, and we all keep up on
everything new in dentistry
through continuing education,
and that includes me," the Dr.
says.
Pompano Office open
Mon., Tues., Wed. 8 a.m. to 6
p.m.; Fri. 8 to 5. Walk-ins and
emergencies are accommo-
dated. For appointment, call
954-942-4048.
Coconut Creek office,
5359 Lyons Road. 954-570-
8870.


but they can't be replaced
until permanent growth is
achieved."
Cindy Halse, a Pompano
resident, is having implant
work done currently. She
says, "I just can't tell you
how considerate and profes-
sional Dr. Hutchison is. She
and her staff are very warm
and welcoming. I'm so glad I
found her."
Hutchison lists some of
the improvements in dentistry
that have occurred since she
began her practice 15 years
ago. "All x-rays are now
digital. Crowns are porcelain.
We now replace bone after
extraction to preserve the
socket. This is important for
future planning. We place Ar~
estin in pockets when we do
scaling and root planning to
prevent further deterioration.
We create appliances for teeth
grinders to eliminate the jaw
pain of TMJ. This is all pre-
periodontal work done by our
hygienist. If needed we refer
to an associate periodontist."


A Pompano resident,
George Furniz has been a pa-
tient of Dr. Hutchison for 10
years. He says, "I feel I have
had excellent general dental
care. She's kept my mouth
healthy, and I have confidence
in her."
Another 10-year patient,
Carolyn Wilson is so im-
pressed with Dr. Hutchison
that she recently took an of-
fice job with her as a recep-
tionist. "The dentist has given
me excellent standard care,
and I've also had her do teeth
whitening, chair side."
Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr. Hutchison says, "Cos-
metic dentistry is gratifying
to the patient and the dentist.
A person's smile is the most
appreciated cosmetic there is,
and we are pleased to have
so many ways to improve
smiles."
Teeth whitening is avail
able chair side and at home.
Veneers are available to
cover imperfect teeth all along


Dr. Manon Hutchison's dental practice buzzes


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tion to the Activities Depart-
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His gentlemen rave about
Davis as a director. Past
Senate President, Carl Kiel-
man wrote, "Many thanks for

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a diverse group living at JKV,
have now become a chorus
with pride. Thanks for accept-
ing us regardless of whether
our voices are good or bad "
John Hooker, senate presi-
dent, says "I'm extremely
busy with countless re-
sponsibilities, butif Ihad to
give up all of my activities
except one, I would choose
to continue singing with The
Villagers ,,


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Friday, May 29, at Fern Forest
Nature Center in Coconut
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Assembly Hall. Activities will
include music, dancing, and
refreshments. Preregistration
is required by Tuesday, May
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Lyons Road South, Coconut
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producing a very profes-
sional result, even as he
gives his men a challenge,
fun and the satisfaction of
achieving group success.
He says, "I feel we are a
I f h
unique examp eo w at
can be achieved in a retire-
ment community which is
encouraging to an aging
population. My goal is to
expose the community to
the opportunities and expe-
riences available here in our
Village.
The Villagers are avail-
able for guest appearances
upon invitation by local
organizations. Contact Ron
Davis 954-782-8899 or ron-
davis504@webty.net
The Pelican congratulates
Ron Davis and The Villag-
ers for raising the expecta-
tions bar for seniors.


Asked if all of his sing-
ers are good singers, Davis
answers, "There's a wide
range of abilities but a uni-
fied interest in doing well.
I've never had to turn anyone
away. Even weak singers can
train their ears and eventu-
ally match pitches and join
in. I teach them by singing
or playing their individual
parts and then they sing
back.
"They have to learn to stay
on their own parts and not
be influenced by the other
voice parts. This is chal-
lenging, but they do it. I
try to choose selections that
they will enjoy singing and
that the audience will enjoy
hearing. I emphasize that
this is not recreational sing-
ing. The goal is a quality
performance and they are


providing it "
The group rehearses once
a week and attendance is
good. The Villagers perform
regularly at JKV events.
Last November, they were
invited to open the state con-
vention of the Florida Life
Care Resident Association
and recently performed at
the Pompano Beach Mayor's
Prayer Breakfast. They
were a hit at both events.
Davis, who is a volunteer,
spends many hours at this
labor of love. He admits
there is a lot of weekly plan-
ning involved. He puts out a
weekly newsletter for his 48
members and personally de-
livers every copy. "It helps
me keep my exercise regi_
men," he says. "I walk at
least two miles every day."
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PECAN STAFF

The young Koala's at
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pano Beach, celebrated 50
years this week-
In attendance for the cel-
ebration were Pompano Beach
Mayor Lamar Fisher, Vice
Mayor George Brummer and
City Clerk, Mary Chambers.


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Principal Josh Kisten,
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The chorus entertained
with audience with songs
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Jude by the Beatles.
Mayor Fisher congratu-
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"You don't get thanked
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Commissioners in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea unanimously ap-
proved on first reading an ordinance defining vacation rentals.
The new rules set the minimum rental time at 28 days.
Those renting the properties must obtain a business tax
license and a vacation rental license, and the properties must be
inspected.
Before the vote, Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee said the ordi-
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suggested a three-month minimum.
"Our housing areas were made for families," he said. "Neigh-
bors shouldn't have to put up with every four weeks a change
of residents. They aren't going to take care of property."
Commissioner Stuart Dodd said the ordinance is trying to be
realistic. The minimum time for rentals had previously been
seven months. "If residents have a problem with a neighbor,
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Pompano Beach Commission.
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SE 5 Court in reference to a
possible burglary in progress.
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as a habitual burglary offend-
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and hiring freezes which were
approved Monday.
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personnel reductions are also
inevitable because 80 percent
of the district's current budget
is dedicated to paying salaries
and fringe benefits.
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The county faces budget
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past two years, officials said.
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math and physical education
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Pompano Beach Elementary
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1998 project cost $3.45 million


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methods that have held up in
court and Sheldon Schubert
urged the commission to
make its decision without hir-
ing an outside firm.
Mark Ginsberg also ques-
tioned the $8 million figure. "I
don't think the process is be-
ing done properly ... there is
no reason for us to pay more.
And I don't see anyone work-
ing on a formula for the next
hurricane."
Claire McCarty criticized


includes all aspects of the job,
preliminary studies, monitor-
ing, etc. It was calculated last
fall when gasoline prices were
high and may come in lower,
he said Tuesday.
At least one grant will miti-
gate the project cost. FEMA
will reimburse the town $2
million when the work is com-
pleted, and Studt has applied
for a $5 million grant from
NOAA. "It's very competitive
- and a long shot," Studt said.
The Florida Department of En-
vironmental Protection could,
in the future, also put some
money toward the project, he
said.
For those speakers unhappy
with Monday's process, Mayor
Carmen McGarry said, "They
came looking for answers. But

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vent and express themselves."
Tuesday, the commission
will again consider methods of
financing the renourishment at
its regular meeting, 9 a.m.


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Thiel questioned the
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"Twelve years ago it cost $3
million, in Boca Raton it is
costing $7 million, in Jupiter
Island, $5 million. Why is
Hillsboro Beach looking at
$8.3 million?"
Former commissioner
Alan Polin urged the com-
mission to look at assessment


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than 12 years and is cur-
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She also volunteers in the
trauma records department
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the American Association of
University Women.
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posed to rentals, noting they
should be restricted to no less
than a month. "It's not fair to
hotels to be competing with
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landlord on Seagrape Drive
was trying to make as much
as she could for the season.
In previous years, Gooding
said his office had no com-
plaints about multiple renters.
"It's not high on our multiple
call list," he said.
The chief added, "The time
period is not that important as
long as it's written well and
enforceable," he said.
If the complaint call comes
in the middle of the night,
Gooding said the culprit is
usually given a warning.
He said complaints gener-
ally would go first to code
enforcement. If they have
a problem, they call BSO.


Police would issue a notice
to appear and contact the
landlord.
Commissioner Birute Clot-
tey asked if they could go
after the property owner not
the renter.
Town Attorney Susan Trev-
arthen said if they're in viola-
tion, the property owner can
lose the right to be an agent to
rent the property.
Several residents spoke in
favor of the ordinance.
Edmund Malkoon of the Bel
Air Civic Association said he
appreciated the ordinance. "If
property is rented for a day,
a week or a month, it creates
a sense of unease not know-


year he's had multiple com-
plaints about one landlord.
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spring breakers. We contacted
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