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Publication Date: May 8, 2009
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Hometown News & Views


Pompano
civic group to

host party at

Intracoastal

By Anne Siren
PEUCH STMF
For years, Pompano Beach resi-
dents have been hearing about the East
Community Redevelopment Agency,
or CRA, as the biggest proposal ever
undertaken for the beach area.
But so far, not much has happened
beyond ideas.
Now a group of residents and
business owners who have formed the
East Pompano Civic Association, have
decided to start celebrating what this
city has to offer right now.
Robbie Docks well, a member of
the civic association, explains. "The
idea took off and kept growing,"
Dockswell says. "On May 22, from 6
to 9 p.m., we are inviting the public
to our first Music on the Water at the
Intracoastal Waterway."
Dockswell, whose husband, Barry
serves as the District 1 Commissioner
for Pompano Beach, adds that the
event is free to everyone. Local restau-

See MUSIC on page 2


Turnpike guys

say sound wall
for Riverglen not


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PELICAN WRITER
Residents of Riverglen, a west
Deerfield community bordering Flori-
da's Turnpike, got the bad news again
.
last week. It will be a long time before
a wall to buffer the sounds of shifting
semis and high-powered Harleys can
be erected
See W4LL on page 19


LBTS town

commissioners

ready to police
noise problems
Officials plan to carry decibel
meters to two restaurants during
special event productions
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
After hearing from upset restaurant
owners and residents, commissioners
in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea decided to
postpone a final vote on a noise ordi-
nance, so they can get decibel readings
to determine noise levels.
Town officials claim they are getting
noise complaints from residents.
Commissioner Stuart Dodd proposed
a decibel reading at a recent meeting
before taking further action.
Commissioners agreed to walk
around the area on two evenings, Fri_
day, May 15, when the Village Grille
holds its weekly "Jazz on the Square"
and Saturday, May 16, when Athena by
the Sea stages its "Music by the Sea"
with an Elvis impersonator.
In the meantime, the commission
granted only three-month special event
permits rather than annual permits to
See NOISE on page 8

Citizens will

have a try at

determining

sand assessment
By Judy Wilson
PECAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach residents have 30
days to come up with a plan.for financ-
ing the upcoming beach nourishment
project. That comes after their appeal
to commissioners Tuesday to not allow
an outsider to assess the community.
Speaking for the newly-formed
committee, Clare Schubert said they
are working from the premise "that
everyone should pay something."
The committee of 15 people will
meet this week to incorporate more
ideas in its attempt to determine an
assessment method that is "legally
defensible and acceptable to the entire
town," Schubert said. The group is
comprised of both single-family hom-
cowners and condo dwellers.
See SAND on page 15


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
"We have a gang problem," said
Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti
last Monday at the Pompano Beach
Safety Complex, 100 SW 3 St., Pom-
pano Beach.
Joining Lamberti were Mayors
Lamar Fisher, Pompano Beach and .
Peggy Noland, Deerfield Beach.
Lambert's reference was to a
two-year undercover "Toy Soldier"
operation that led to the arrests of 50
known gang members fast week in
both cities.
Lambert explained that gang
members, ranging from teenagers
to mid-thirties, were arrested for


crimes ranging from drug trafficking
to murder
He added that 12 gang members
were still at large.
In addition to the arrests, BSO depu-
ties confiscated 45 weapons, including
See GANGS on page 9


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started raising their hands'
taking the folders," she said.
Some projects include a
volunteer Citizens on Patrol,
or COP, car to cruise the area,
a Sunday Green Market and
holiday lights on Atlantic
Boulevard.
Music on the Water will
be the first project.
"I just want this event to
be well attended, and I want
people to be reminded of what
a great area this is. Maybe this
will spur some more activity.
For more information on
the East Pompano Civic As-
sociation, call 561-306-3739
or visit the website at www.
eastpompanocivicassociation.
com_.
To find out more about
Music on the Water, call 954-
849-5223.


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Tuesday, June 9 at the Freidt Family Fellowship Hall of the
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Community Church, 4433 Bougain-
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from 7 to 9 p.m. A short business meeting will be followed by a
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Island Music and have a
chance to review renderings
and plans for the Atlantic
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beach redevelopment that
includes a new pier restaurant,
a beach boardwalk, plazas and
landscaping.
Dawn Richards, founder
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-
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monthly at Bispo's Cellar
in Pompano Beach, says
this organization's goal is to
improve the quality of life for


residents and business owners
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with the idea of forming an
association about a year ago.
Our theory was that if people
are on the streets, the streets
would be safer. One idea was
to bring a sense of street life
on Atlantic Boulevard. I am
so excited that the city liked
the idea," Richards said.
The East CRA board
contributed $1,500 to help
underwrite costs for Music on
the Water.
Richards had a method of
planning that put everyone in
this association to work.
"I put together a group of
folders with projects for our
association. Inside were ideas
and phone numbers. I said
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PELICAN WRITER
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against taking $200,000 from
the contingency fund and Vice
Mayor Sylvia Poitier voted
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Ganz said the purchase
was "not fiscally responsible,"
adding he had received "lots
of letters against it."
At the last meeting, Ganz
voted in favor of giving
the landowner Pete Boinis
$500,000 for his strip of sand
just south of the fishing pier.
Commissioner Marty Popel-
sky, who vetoed the idea two
weeks ago said, "I'm against
it too. "There is $485,000 in
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shouldn't invest at this time."
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did succeed in buying most of
the parcels north of the pier,
spending about $2.6 million.
Commissioners had
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Subsequently, a grant was
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day off this way. We have
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One can't help but admire
them and want to help."
Drysdale has been do-
ing her volunteer job for five
years. "I was new in town
when a friend told me about
the need for drivers," she
recalls. Because I've had a lot
of cancer in my family, and
I've always been a volunteer
it seemed like a good match.
And it was. I was providing
a needed service even as I
learned my way around the
county.
Most drivers do a once
a week stint according to
Drysdale. She coordinates
30 dri
over vers eac wee
which keeps her busy much
of each day as she contacts
drivers and patients, setting up
schedules. Any cancer patient
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get help by simply contact-
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ing te ancer society. e
office then e-mails Drysdale


who begins to search for a
suitable driver. When she has
one, she notifies the Cancer
Society office which contacts
the patient and the arrange-
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"We have two main types
of treatments, radiation and
chemo," Drysdale explains.
"Radiation is generally
a 20 to 30 minute treatment
while chemo can be from two
to seven hours. For a sho^
treatment the driver usually
drives both ways. For a long
treatment we might need two
drivers. This is like manag-
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comprised of all volunteers
who have other weekly com-
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By Christina Veiga
PELICAN WRITER
Only five minutes
had passed, but
Audrey Rozier, 5,
wanted again to know what
time it was-
The tiny preschooler was
counting down the minutes
until it was time for a dinner
date with her dad.
Finally, the time had come
for the Dad's Dinner-so
Audrey and her father headed
for the Pompano Beach Civic
Center where they joined
about 200 other fathers and
their children last week-
With his hands folded over
the white plastic table cloth,
Gregory Rozier, 45, looked to
his daughter.
"That's my number one,"
said Rozier, who lives in
Pompano Beach. "They need
their fathers."
Recognizing the importance
of a father's role in his child's
education, administrators at
Pompano Beach High School
and Pompano Beach Elemen-
tary invited fathers and their
children to a spaghetti dinner
for the first-ever event.
"It's important, because in
school systems we usually see
mothers, aunties, grandmoth-
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during the day, and goes to
barber-stylist school at night.
It's tiring, he said, but he
wants to show his three sons
how important it is to get an
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"I want to show my kids
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work."
But there's more to life
than just working-you have
to take time for things like
school-sponsored spaghetti
dinners, Dixon said. And his
eldest son, Milton Dixon, III,
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Beach High. "Very seldom we
See fathers."
But not all fathers are absent
from their child's education.
In a crisp white shirt and tie,
Daniel Saalvedra, 17, mo-
tioned to his dad sitting next
to him.
"He's always on me about
my grades," said Saalvedra,
a junior at Pompano Beach
High.
His dad, Luis Fernando Saa-
lvedra, 46, smiled. He knows
his son is a good student, he
just wants to keep it that way,
he said.
"I feel like I should do it be-
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who lives in Tamarac.
The elder Saalvedra is right.
Studies done by the Bro-
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better attendance and more
regular homework complex
tion, said Superintendent
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schools James Notter, who
was in attendance.
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could prove, Milton Dixon,
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involvement and getting an
education.
Dixon has been working
since he was 14. He cur-
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Music on the Water is more than

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good things we already have
While city officials, CRA boards and developers hammer out contracts, plans
and details for beach redevelopment, another group of residents and business
owners are stepping into the future.
They are not waiting for the brick and mortar to build Pompano Beach as a
"destination" for good times, good music and great food.
They are ready now.
Headed by Robbie Dockswell, Dawn Richards and Steve Spaulding, the first
CRA event will take place at St. Martin's Episcopal Church, 140 NE 28 Ave.,
Pompano Beach. "Music on the Water," May 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. will be an
evening under the stars, a view of the Intracoastal, music and lots of people who
love this city. The event is free, but local restaurants will be on hand to offer
snacks or full meals.
Dockswell says it's great that local restaurants are pitching in for the event.
And it will be great for the restaurants as well when new customers find out
more about their menus.
Richards puts the emphasis on what the east side of Pompano Beach already
has, like the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Add to that breezy
evenings with a starry sky, and the party's on.
,,
It's a philosophical statement: "Everything you need is already here.
And it's looking at Pompano Beach with a different eye. All that needs to hap-
pen now is more stuff like this.
Richards has already thought of that. The group's goal is to have safer streets,
so they pulled in a counnunity patrol car with volunteers to report suspicious
activity.
They have plans to reclaim the streets, decorate Atlantic Boulevard for
holidays and finally realize that there are only a few places in the world where
people can go to bed hearing the sound of the ocean.
This group is packed with ideas, and we are confident that long before devel-
opers transform the East CRA with its plans, the "destination" part will be going
strong.


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Letters

Help Your Letter Carrier 'Stamp Out Hunger'

Largest One-Day National Food Drive on Saturday, May 9

Special to The Pelican
On the second Saturday in May --- May 9, letter carriers in more than 10,000
.
cities and towns across America will deliver much more than mail when they
walk and drive along their routes. They also will collect the goodness and
compassion of their postal customers participating in the 17th Annual National
Association of Letter Carriers, or NALC, "Stamp Out Hunger" National Food
Drive, the largest one-day food drive in the nation.
The effort by letter carriers represented by the National Association of Letter
Carriers (AFL-CIO), with the help of rural letter carriers, other postal employ-
ees and numerous volunteers has resulted in the delivery of nearly one billion
pounds of donations to community food banks and pantries over the past 16
years.
In 2008, the national drive collected 73,113,915 pounds of food for the needy
from postal customers. That brought the total for the first 16 years to 909 mil-
lion pounds.
This year Campbell Soup Company and the Postal Service are major support-
ers, co-sponsoring the printing of 125 million postcards to encourage the public
to participate in the drive. Public is donating plastic grocery bags. Customers
are encouraged to fill the bags with non-perishable canned goods and leave
these items at their mailbox on Saturday morning, May 9.
Campbell Soup also earmarked an additional 1 million pound canned food do-
nation. Also returning as a major supporter is Cox Target Media and its Valpak
Direct Marketing Systems, the nationwide direct mail marketing firm, which
promotes the drive on 40 million packets delivered to postal customers.
.
Some 35.5 million people --- including more than 12 million children --- face
hunger every day in America. This drive is one way people can help those who
need help right in their own city or town.


Pompano High to host 'mini' Relay
for Life this Saturday at school
Pompano Beach High School will be holding a Mini-Relay for life on May
9 from 4 to 10 p.m. at the High School football field, 1401 NE 4 St., Pompano
Beach. Relay for Life is a community event where people of all ages and walks
of life come together for a common cause.
Opening ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. with the first lap, our Survivor
Lap, following shortly after.
There will also be a more solemn aspect of the event during the Luminaria
ceremony. This is an candle-lighting ceremony to honor those who have sur-
vived cancer and to remember those who have not. This ceremony will take
place at 9 p.m. There will be games, rides, food, and entertainment. Please stop
by this Saturday evening for fun, camaraderie, and to share your experiences of
the Relay for Life!

Fraudulent recall of board

members at Royal Coast Condo
This letter is a follow up to art article that you ran in your last issue concern-
ing 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 requi-
site 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
ouide the RCC Association through a phased program of renovation work that
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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 tenta-
tively scheduled for the building in CY2010. More importantly, the funding
($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 constructed m
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 professional engineer will afford RCC the ability to properly plan
this required work to accommodate both unit owner's finances and com-
pliance with state and local building construction requirements. For RCC
unit owners who were misinformed and have been fed a bunch of non-
sense, stay tuned for a mail package that will bring you up to date with
the real facts.
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PELICAN STAFF

Leidys Garcia Smith,
owner of Archer Insurance
Agency says, "As of Janu-
ary 1 of this year, it became
law to insure the unit inte-
riors from walls to persorial
FUTHIShings in condo and
coop units. Many associa-
tions now require owners to
do so."
Sitting in her office at
1280 Powerline Road in Ste.
15, Pompano Beach, Smith
points out, "It's actually a
great idea because we are so
vulnerable to hurricanes. We
all know how much damage
Wilma did to homes inside
and out. Coverage is not re-
ally expensive, and it's well
worth the money in case of
storm, fire or accidental dam-
age. Quite a few old and new
clients are coming in to take
out policies."
Smith does caution insur-
ers to be aware that personal
valuables such as jewelry
and collectables are insured
separately in a floater that
can be added to an existing
policy.
Snuth has been in this loca-
tion since 1998 representing
several insurance compa-
nies including Progressive,
Mercury, Bristol West and
Universal Property. She says,
"We offer automobile, gener-
al liability, homeowners and
property insurance. I have
clients in all of the surround-
ing areas. Most of them have
come to me through referrals
from satisfied clients.
One such satisfied client is
Bibana Hodgetts who says'
"My husband and I are very
happy with Leidys. She's
very professional and the fact
that she speaks Spanish is
very important to the Spanish
community. It's important to


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understand your policies and
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Auto insurance is required
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they can get away without it,
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out just long enough to get
their tags and then they drop
it. However, when they do
that, the policy carrier noti-
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Continued from page I
both restaurants for the spe_
cial weekend events.
In a related matter, Vice
Mayor Jerry McIntee sug-
gested the town start charging
a fee each time restaurants
close the street for special
events.
"The public street belongs
to everyone. I think area
sonable stipend should be
charged and the funds put in
a fund for special events,
McIntee said.
Asked his view about the
fee proposal, Dave Gadsby of
the Village Grille, said the ex_
pense is already tremendous
to stage the weekly event. He
said the reason he operates
his business in the street on
Friday is to help defray the
cost. .
Gadsby said he started the
"Jazz on the Square" event
five years ago, "and it's been
a win for everyone." He said
it fills every parking spot in
town, and he can't count the
number of people who have
thanked him for it.
"If we can continue it, that's
great. If not, that's OK. I'll
find something else to do with
my Friday nights," Gadsby
said
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the permit and pays for 11
parking spots in front of the
business.
Commissioner Jim Sil- -
verstone, first noting, "It's a
good, positive event," said
the Village Grille is running a
sidewalk caf6, and others are
paymg $18 per square foot to
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Silverstone calculated that
if the same methodology
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caf6 permitting, the Village
Grille's additional expense
would be about $200 per
event
McIntee said it would be
more like $100, since they
run the cafe from 10 p.m. to
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I)odd asked where they
were getting these figures,
smce none were provided in
the backup materials for the
meetmg.
Town Manager Esther Co-
lon said they were calculated
based on what's charged per
square footage of a sidewalk
caf6. That's $18 times the
square footage.
McIntee said that if Gadsby
could produce records show-
ing he was losing money on
the events, the town could
consider waiving the fee.
"And if you make a reason-
able amount, the town picks
up a little bit," he said.
Commissioner Birute Clot-


tey advised Gadsby to add up from these events to pay for
the amount he has put out on town parties," Dodd said.
his own. McIntee amended the mo-
Dodd said he was "dead tion to approve the permit for
set" against the fee. He three months rather than a
moved to approve the annual year. That passed 3 to 2 with
special event permit. "It's Dodd and Minnet dissenting.
wrong to try to get money

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insurance costs and improve driving skills. Adults 50 and over
may participate in the driver program June 4 and June 11 from
1 to 5 p.m. at NE Focal Point, 227 NW 2 St., Deerfield Beach.
Call954-480-4447 for reservations.

Alzheimer's and loneliness
The NE Focal Point Alzheimer's Day Care Center, 301 NW
2 Ave., Deerfield Beach offers a weekly Caregivers Support
Group on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon. A special speaker
has been scheduled for the May 13 meeting. Betty Rosse, Pub-
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Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
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Gangs
Continued from page 1
a Mini-14 Assault Rifle and
One kilo of crack cocaine.
"We are still pursuing
them," said Lamberti.
Detective Dan Fitzpatrick,
who headed the "Toy Sol-
diers" operation said the main
trade of gang members is drug
trafficking. "We have federal
partners in this operation. We
are not finished. We'll be right
back tomorrow."
Fitzgerald explained the
main problem in tracking
gang violence in both cities is
neighborhood silence.
"Victims and witnesses
don't want to talk to us,"
Fitzgerald added. "[Gang
members] tend to intimidate
the neighborhoods. But they
(gang members] are not un-
touchable "
Fitzgerald made a plea to
the public, especially parents
and teachers to contact BSO
about gang information.
Both Mayors Fisher and
Noland stood with the Sher-
iff in support of this recent

op going to get you,"
said Fisher. "Our children
have the right to walk to
scho wthoutbein scared.'

ing to tolerate this. It is very
important for everyone to take
part and tell BSO what's go-
ing on in your neighborhood."
Despite the large sweep
of gang members, Lamberti
emphasized that information .
is critical to reducing gangs in
neighborhoods.
"We cannot arrest our way
out of this problem," he said.
"We need teachers and par-

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Bill McCollum named Sheriff
Al Lamberti chair of the Re-
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hoped the freighter's sinking
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nual underwater cleanup at the
fishing pier.
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Mahaney had other news.
"This event won't happen
May 30," he said. "Palm
Beach County controls the
permit and federal and state
okays are needed. The Feds
need 30 days notice. My
educated guess is the sinking
won't happen until mid-sum-
nier.
Reef supporters had hoped
to close the fishing pier so the
public could view the Miss
Lourdies'ascent, but Mahaney
said the freighter will be too
far offshore to be seen from
the pier. The cost of closing
the pier for one day means

a Id2e000 loss in revenue, he
Pavan said his intent now
is to sink the ship before the
next hurricane season. The .
pier clean up was approved
for May 30, 8:30 11:30 a.m.
City moves to strength-
en code enforcement
City commissioners Tues-
day formally dismantled the
city's code enforcement board
and adopted two ordinances
they hope will better handle
code violations. They set the
stage for a special master who
will hear code complaints
and established an unsafe
structures board, the latter
composed of experts in build-
ing construction. The special
master listens to complaints,


determines if there is a code
violation and sets the fines.
Appeals go to the circuit
court. Special masters Mitch-
ell Kraft and Eugene Steinfeld
were appointed Tuesday.
The commission will ap-
point members to the unsafe
structures board at a later date.
City Attorney Andy Maurodis
said those board members
must have specific qualifica-
tions in order to serve.
Small hotel on the
beach is approved
After a lengthy discussion
about parking and deliver-
ies, commissioners approved
plans for a 17-unit hotel at 11
N. Ocean Way on property
that backs up to the Howard
Johnson Resort parking lot.
The plan met all code re-
quirements and was approved
by the Community Appear-
ance Board, Community
Development Director Jerry
Ferguson said. Its 17 parking
spaces, lack of a loading dock
'
and lone check-m parking
spot raised concerns from the
owners of the Howard John-
son, Deerfield-21 Corporation.
Speaking for HoJo's, attorney
.
Sam Poole said the situation
was "a little too much hotel
on this site." He predicted
trucks will be unloading while
parked on Hillsboro Bou-
levard and that the parking
garage lacks turning room so
that when full, cars will be
backing out onto the boule-
vard. He presented a traffic
study that drew the same
COnCluSIOnS.
Architect George Garcia
COuntered that his client has
met all city requirements, that
there will be no major food
deliveries to the small hostelry
named La Place du Soliel.
"We do not intent to back out
onto Hillsboro," he added.

co erguson said staff f18t the
on the parcel would allow 23
umts.
Gaskin will be remem-
bered
The city will name another
street after one of its pioneers.
William Gaskin, who moved
here in 1910 and owned the
town's first general merchan-

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will be renamed William
S. Gaskin Way. The street
borders property he donated to
the Deerfield Beach Woman's
Club. Gaskin first came to
town with Flagler's railroad
and, liking what he saw,
moved his family here from
North Florida. Vice Mayor
Sylvia Poitier recalls Gaskin,
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saymg You never knew what
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McGarry said. "If you come
up with the magic formula,
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that would be great.
Said Commissioner Tom
Puleri, ".... a system that
satisfies everyone? Fine if

youSc bert, who said she is
the initiator of the committee,
but riot its chair, said, "We
have a lot of people who can
contribute good prospective.
We want to come up with a
minimum and a maximum

(panme mission had in-
tended to hire a consultant to
come up with an assessment
method and had received four

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said none had experience in
beach projects and the mayor
had awad tahndthetot

absence of Commissioner
Dan Dod ge.
Whether or not a consul-
tant is needed to 'vet' the
committee's work remains
unresolved. Some speakers
Tuesday thought expert ap-
proval of whatever method
is chosen would deter law-
suits. Former mayor Chuck
Sussman, who oversaw the
last beach renourishment 12
years ago, asked city attor-
ney DJ Doody if "third party
approval would be needed?"
But Puleri said a consult-
ing firm would run $40,000
adding, "We were elected to
make the hard decisions."
Concerned that lawsuits
over the assessment method
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other year, Puleri asked if the
method selected could be put
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pit onto the north mile and
a half of town beach are
expected to be ready in No-
vember. The work could be
done in January.


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are complaining about the
project's $8 million price
tag, Commissioner Lee Ben-
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pated years ago. Minutes of
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Riverglen homeowners
stood by seven years ago
when the half mile stretch of
Turnpike between Hillsboro
Boulevard and Boca Raton
was widened to four lanes.
The asked then for the sound
wall and were told the noise
levels and the number of
homes didn't justify a wall.
In the meantime, walls were
constructed all along the
Sawgrass Expressway, even
in unoccupied areas.
DOT officials Henry
Pinzon and Tom Percival had
no answer to the Sawgrass
situation and were fuzzy on
the reasons Deerfield walls
weren't built last time, each
saying they had not been on
the project.
But they did know what is
goingontodayattheTurn-
pike Authority. The construc-
tion budget, expected to be
$4.9 billion over the next five
years, will instead be about
$2.2 billion. "Our revenue is
down 60 percent. This project


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was estimated at half a million
and today will probably cost
$2 million, Percival said the
current costs are $25 to $30 a
square foot. A lawsuit over an
easement issue is also caus-
ing a delay in the widening
project.
City Commissioner Bill
Ganz pointed out that the next
widening, whenever it occurs,
will "be a window of opportu-
nity" the neighborhood should
not ignore. "I firmly believe in
the squeaky wheel. We have
been assured of the sound
wall at the next widening."
Mayor Peggy Noland
promised to "do what we can
to help you," and City Man-
ager Mike Mahaney said "It's
,,
on our radar screen.


Summing up, resident Joe


Now the noise has increased


is five years out unless there is
new revenue," Percival said.
Sound barriers cannot be
installed unless there is an
expansion of the roadway,
Pinzon said. And then, an area
needs to qualify based on cost
.
formulas and decibel levels.
Riverglen's noise problem
was increased when Hurricane
Wilma took out much of the
thick foliage that had grown
up along the six-foot wall the
developer built.
"You are not only fighting
the rules, you are fighting the
money," Percival told mem-
bers of the West Deerfield
Beach Alliance.
When one audience mem-
ber pointed out that seven
years ago, the cost of the wall


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POMPANO 1 11 5
WATERFRONT Condo
Furn / Un furn Lar ge
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Water. New Central A/C.
Ti led Throug hout. Pets
OK. $950 Month. Call Paul
954-979-3005 Or 954-562-
8467. 5/15

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POMPANO BEACH Island
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POM PA NO BE AC H
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264-4847

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site. Pool. call Frank 954-
545-5599. 5/22

POMPANO/DRFLD BY
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Occupancy.Annual&Short
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electriccablewater.Owner
Agent 954-608-7368.

POMPANO BEACH 1
Bedroom 1 Bath. East Of
Federal. Walk To Everything.
Tiled, Patio. $700 Mo. F/L/S.
954-295-8908. 5/22


POMPANO- COZY 1/1 Apt.
LaundryFacility&Pool.1Block
W Of Federal Hwy. $675/mo.
Yearly lease. Call Darci 954-
783-3723.5/15
LIGHTHOUSE POINT Large
1 Bedroom 1 Bath Apt. A/C,
Screened Patio, Washer,
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4674. 5/8

POMPANO BEACH Sample
Road&I-95.1/1$180Weekly
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LAUD BY THE SEA 2/2
penthouse.$2000 Mo. Long

rm8MOcean View! Nice.

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Block To Beach. No Pets.
$910 MonthYrly.PleaseCall
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POMPANO BEACH COZY
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954-783-3723. 5/15
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Quiet2/2.1400+SqFt.Carport,
Long Driveway, Free Golf,
Active Community. 2 Pools &
Club houses. 55+. $1000 Mo
Yrly.561-866-3839.5/22
POMPANO BEACH Great
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PoolClubhouse.FreePar3
Golf.$900Month.954-288-
0688. 5/8

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303-9249.

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8483 or 248-736-1533.

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781-4422.

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.
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3723. 5/15


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Great References. Call
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249-7051.


HOUSE FOR SALE
DEERFIELD BEACH MUST
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561-901-3802.

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366-1882.

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Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C
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9724. 5/8
FURNISHEDWATERFRONT
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$100. Queen 6 Piece
Bedroom(Southwest)$500.
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$700. TV Armoire 2 Piece
$375.2 Consoles $100 Each.
8x10 Wool Area Rug $100.
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Donna ing the butterfly and dragon- egg, larva, pupa, adult. large populations of sucking much as their parents do, so if
Torrey is fly in popularity and recogni- Well, back in the Middle vermin on plants, that's where you see these critters as well,
the owner tion, they greatly deserve the Ages, that dark time, when the ladybugs will go. they are good. The pupa of
f Garden attention they receive. scientific knowledge was Not just because they feel the ladybug beetle looks like a
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A 96-gallon recycling con-
tainer is $24 a month, Saw-
telle said. "It won't break any
budget... I'd like everyone
to take one container. I think
recycling could catch on to a
larger degree and there would
be a definite savings of some
sort money off the village,"
Sawtelle said.
The management of Opal
Towers, the town's largest
complex, probably won't be
signing up for recycling bins.
Commissioner Tom Pul-
eri, who lives there, said he
checked with the board presi-
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added labor cost. Also, we
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don't want to take a parking
place away for the bin."
Sawtells plans to bring
exact costs to the commis-
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tainer will serve and if Waste
Management will be flexible
to change if the idea doesn't
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"The real benefit is recy-
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towns need to do something,"
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ocean rises, a 1000 pounds of
sand needs to be replaced."
Of her efforts she said,
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