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Hometown News & Views


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Memorial Day

services planned

f or Pompano

and Deerfield

Beach areas
Compiled by Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Memorial Day Events
Pompano Beach residents and
visitors are invited to take part in two
Veterans Day Memorial services on
Monday, May 25.
At 8 a.m., veterans,
Boy Scouts and officials
will participate in a me-
morial service at Westview Cemetery
428 NW 6 Ave., Pompano Beach.
At 10 a.m., the annual Memorial
Day parade begins at McNab Park,
located at Atlantic Boulevard and SE
23 Avenue, Pompano Beach.
The parade will end at the Pompano
Beach Cemetery, 400 SE 23 Ave.,
where a memorial service wili take
place.
The Sterling McClellan American
See MEMORIAL DAY on page 8


Big bea ch buy?
ier action taken
P
in Deerfield

Beach
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach commission-
ers made two decisions Tuesday that
affect the future of the International
Fishing Pier. They voted to purchase
the Boinis tract for $510,000 and,
in executive session, agreed to an
$80,000 buyout of the lease with
Jupiter Crab Co., operators of the pier
restaurant.
See DEERFIELD PIER on page 12


See KORAB on page 2


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St. Elizabeth of Hungary School breaks ground for a state-of-the-arts playground. Students, parents,


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Pompano commission names
. .
Korab as Interim city manager
By Anne Siren lawsuit
PELICAN STAFF COmHES-
sioners called a


special meeting
this week to
find an interim
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manager unt -
the position
could be filled :
permanently.
Commis- KORAB
sooner Woody
Pointer [District
4] nominated Willie Hopkins, who is


On Tuesday, Phyllis Korab, Pom-
pano Beach Assistant City Manager,
steps into the position of interim city
manager, a position she held when
Bill Hargett retired two years ago.
Now she returns to the helm to
fill the position from which Keith
Chadwell recently resigned.
Although the vote for Korab was
unanimous from the commissioners,
feelings were divided prior to the roll
call.
Chadwell resigned last week with a
"waiver" fee of $137,000 plus unused
vacation pay after a groundswell
among the commissioners that might
have led to his firing. In his resigna-
tion, Chadwell agrees not to sue the
city for any reason provided the con-
ditions of the resignation were met.
Had the commission fired
Chadwell, he would not have re-
ceived any compensation, but the
city could have been the focus of a


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Lighthouse tour
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Touring the Hillsboro Lighthouse
has become a tradition in Pompano
Beach.
The lighthouse, overlooking the
Hillsboro Inlet symbolizes much of the
history of this area, including the bare-
foot mailman, who died at the inlet in
1887, possibly attacked by the large
number of alligators who congregated
there.
The lighthouse tales include
pirates, rum running and romance,
alf recounted at these tours by local
historians.
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Hillsboro Lighthouse tours begin
at the Pompano Beach Parking Lot one
block north of Atlantic Boulevard on
the east side of North Riverside Drive.
Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation
Society, or HLPS, members will be
at the Sands Harbor dock across the
street from the parking lot.
Touts are open to HLPS members
Only. Memberships are available at the
dock prior to boarding the shuttle boat
to the lighthouse.
Annual tax deductible dues are:
Individual $25; Family $35; Business
$50. Life membership is $500. For
more information, visit hillsborolight-
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gearing up or
summer camp
Kids in Lighthouse Point looking
for a career as mad scientists will get
that chance at this summer's Light-
house.Point Library Summer Camp-
The one-week camp includes an
introduction to the basic tools and tech-
niques that scientists use in laboratories
and the much sought after principles of
creating slime and other favorites.
Add to that a trip to Wannado
City, where youngsters get a chance to
sample a future career along with a day
of water sports, this camp is packed
with kid-friendly activities.
Registration is ongoing for kids
ages 6 to 12 and is limited to the first
100 campers. Camp takes place at St.
Paul the Apostle Education Building,
2700 E. Sample Rd. Camp begins June
8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and ends on
June 12. Cost is $160 per child. Call
954-946-6398.
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also an assistant city manager.
Hopkins has been with the
city for less than a year
Hopkins received praise
from sel ral co signers,

with the city was a concern.
Vice Mayor George Brum-
mer said, "We are facing
crucial issues, one being the
budget. We have upcoming
negotiations with BSO, and
we are looking to negotiate a
contract with the CRA firm.
All of this requires more
knowledge about the city."
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell [District 1] did
not agree. "This is an oppor-
tunity to shine a spotlight on
Mr. Hopkins. It could give
him a chance to apply [for the
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Golf tourney benefits

Children's Home Society
Children's Home Society of Florida, or CHS, Intercoastal DI-
vision received $10,000 from Kaplan University's 5th Annual
Charity Golf Tournament on May 2. Held at Palm-Aire Coun-
try Club in Pompano Beach, the tournament raised a record
.
$30,000 for three local charities, CHS being one.
"We are thrilled to continue our tradition of giving back to
our community and supporting local organizations, said Lisa
Gefen Sicilian, chief administrative officer of Kaplan Higher
Education. Founded in 1902 in Jacksonville, CHS is the largest
and oldest statewide child- and family-serving organization.
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said Dockswell.
Dockswell and Poitier
changed their votes to make
Korab's hiring unanimous.
What startled some mem-
bers of the audience was that
the public was invited to par-
tici te wth their input prior

One resident said, "No
member of this audience has
the insight that you have. It's
your job. I trust your decision.
I know you will pick someone
to be steady at the helm."
When asked what her top
priorities will be, Korab said,
"Fiscal Year 2010 budget,
CRAmanagement company
contract with RMA Redevel-
opment Management Associ-
ates, Broward Sheriffs Office
contract for police services,
continuing to pursue federal
stimulus package funding for
which the city is eligible and
assisting the city commission
in hiring a city manager."
Korab was hired by former


City Manager Bill Hargett in
2005. She has a bachelor's
degree in sociology from Pur-
due University and a master's
degree in city and regional
planning from Ohio State
University. She is a graduate
and past president of eader-

serves on the board of direc-
tors of Stranahan House in
Fort Lauderdale.
Korab will assume her du-
ties on June 12. She will also
receive a 15 percent increase
in salary for the duration of
her service as interim city
manager.
The commission wE also
seek a company to create a
national search for the next
city manager.
Vice Mayor George Brum-
mer suggested interviewing
two former city employees,
T.C. Broadnax and Mark
Lauzier, both who have
served previously as assistant
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By Anne Siren
PECAN STAFF
It could be a cold Christ-
mas this year for one burglar.
And a sad one for Debbie
Coffin and Sandy Jackson,
owners of the Silver Sleigh,
1319 E. Sample Road, Pom-
pano Beach.
Most people know Cof-
fin's store by the super-sized
Santa perpetually climbing
to the roof of Silver Sleigh, a
floral and gift shop.
Now he's disappeared.
Coffin doesn't know if he's
been kidnapped or worse. To
date, she has not received any
kind of ransom note, but Bro-
ward County Sheriff, or BSO,
deputies are actively seeking
all clues.
The incident took place
on Saturday, May 16, during
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2:30
p.m. when Coffin discovered
Santa's absence.
"The guy is so good. All
he wants to do is make other
people happy. Why would
anyone do this?" a distraught
Coffin said this week. "I keep
hoping I'll come to work, and
he'll be there."
One suspect, referred
to only as a Grinch, was
released when detectives
discovered it wasn't Santa he
plotted to steal; it was Christ-
mas he wanted. The Grinch


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code analysis and diagnosis as prepared by Clarion Associates.
The discussion will include ways to make building, design,
zoning and related issues clearer to developers, air park issues
and ways to protect residential areas.
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and wandered off."
Now family and friends
are asking the public to
participate in the search for
Santa Claus.
Santa Claus, age close to
300, aka Father Christmas,
St. Nicholas, Pere Noel and
Papa Noel is between 9 and
10 feet in height and four feet
wide. He is made of plastic.
Some distinguishing features
are a cherry nose, white
beard and rosy cheeks.
Santa was last seen
climbing to the roof of Silver
Sleigh carrying a bag of toys.
Coffin declares that she
and Santa were just good
friends, and nothing else
existed between them despite
certain innuendoes from Mrs.
Claus.
"I thought he was happy
here," she said. "He rode
out Hurricane Wilma like a
champ and sent Rudolph an
email with a long description
of the event."
Coffin added that she and
Santa had a 15-year friend-
ship. "He's just got to come
home."
Anyone who has seen
Santa or has any information
should call 954-943-4388.
Ed. Note Silver Sleigh's
Santa has been an icon in
Pompana for 15 years. The
conversation with Mrs. Claus
has not been confirmed.


has since been rehabilitated
and has completed his com-
munity service by restoring
all gifts, trees and cookies to
his victims.
"I knew it couldn't have
been the Grinch," Coffin
said. "I read his biography
recently."
Still the question looms
regarding the whereabouts of
Santa Claus.
The Pelican reached Mrs.
Claus at the North Pole on
Wednesday.
"I warned him about
South Florida," she said. "I
knew something bad would
happen there. He could have
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PECAN STAFF
Lauren Gillespie, a Pom-
pano Beach High School ju-
nior, puts her "free Friday" to
good use. Her 'A' high school
.
is on a four-day school week
so every Friday morning this
motivated 11th grader spends
half of her free day doing a
voluntary internship in Bro-
ward County Commissioner
Kristen Jacob's office. "I do
research on the computer in
areas where the commissioner
needs additional informa-
tion," she says. "It's fun and
informative."
She has a special inter-
est in China because last year
she went to China under the
umbrella of IYLF, or Inter-
national Youth Leadership
Forum.
She explains, "A teacher
anonymously nominated me
for the program, and I was
accepted. It cost my family
over $1,000, but it was an
incredible experience. It was
a heavily structured two-week
program. They didn't let us
sleep. We were on the go
from 5 a.m, until 11 at night.
We visited Beijing and Xi'am.
It was there that I visited the
orphanage. It. is actually the
Eving quarters for children of
incarcerated prisoners who are
separated fronitheir parents.
We spent a day there, put-
ting on shows for each other.
These kids are shunned by so-


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ciety because of their parent's
crimes. As soon as I saw their
conditions I wanted to help."
Gillespie planned a tennis
fundraiser, and it took place
April 17 at the Pompano
Beach Tennis Ceriter. The
recreation department do-
nated the courts which were
kept busy by about 30 student
and adult players. With the
help of her friends Melanie
Heminger and Jamie Cha-
son, Gillespie's event raised
$65'$ that she will send to the
orphanage to liay for shoes
and clothing for the children.
"The business community
was very generous in do-
nating things for our silent
auction," she says, adding,
"The orphanage made me see
how blessed I am. Being able
to help has empowered me
to realize that one person can
make a difference."
Gillespie's English
teacher, Linda E. Scott, says,
"Laura is very humble about
her service work, so I know
few details. But this I can tell
you. As an English student,
she is an amazing writer in
every genre. She was just


women were selected to this
program from a wide group
of applicants because of your
enthusiastic curiosity and sen-
sibilities about experiencing a
very different but nch culture.
Your levels of Chinese lan-
guage capabilities may vary
but your enthusiasm is at the
same high level.
We have intentionally
kept the group small this year,
because it is the inauguration
of the program. We wanted
to ensure that the program
will be mutually enriching for
both you Fellows and the lo-
cal community. You will find
yourselves welcomed warmly.
You will likely be on televi-
sion, visiting government
agencies, villages and schools
and of course be involved in
your language studies and
teaching program."
Gillespie promises to
write an article about her
second Chinese adventure for
The Pelican on her return.
Thank you, Lauren Gil-
lespie, for the contributions
you have already made to the
world around you.


nominated by the school as a
representative for the Na-
tional Council of Teachers
of English award and is very
active in writing contests.
Her portfolio is impressive.
She also is up for an award
in May from the Bioward
County Literary Fair." .
Gillespie seems very
qualified for her next chal
lenge. On July 4, she is
leaving for a one-month trip
to Huaihua, China where
she will be teaching English -
and learning Chinese. She is
One of four girls-selected for
this program. "I'm excited,"
she admits. "One of the
other girls is Tori Taravella
from Cardinal Gibbons High
School. I'm happy to be
going with a friend. This is
actually like a teaching job
with all living expenses paid
by them. We pay for transpor-
tation only."
Her invitation/press
release read: In July, four
outstanding young women
will be on their way to Huai-
hua, China for experiences
that will enhance their lives
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Pompano Beach Gov- ,
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CRA, meetings live at 5:30
p.m. on the third Tuesday of
the month. Meetings will be
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On Sunday, May 24'
Deerfield Beach Ocean Res-
cue will hold a swim test for
new participants in the Junior
Lifeguard program.
The test will take.place on
the beach in front of lifeguard
tower number four. Registra-
tion begins at 9 a.m..
The test consists of a
50-yard non-stop swim, fol-
lowed by a 200-yard run in
the sand. To register for the
Junior Lifeguard program,
participants must successfully
complete the test.
All applicants must be 9-
17 years of age at the time of
registration. Proof of age win
be required.
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and $100 for non-residents.
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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
There will be no rap, soul,
gospel music or mango pies in
Deerfield Beach next month,
Hard times and the costs of
staging even a one-day event
have resulted in the cancel-
I ion olf the annual Mango
iva .
Andrew Pratt, president
of the Mango Festival orga-
nization for 17 years, said the
$65,000 left in the bank ac-
count was not sufficient to go
forward. In addition, corpo-
rate dollars dried up.
Last year, the commit-
tee reduced the festival to a
one-day event which Pratt
said cost $190,000. Costs for
the three-day event, which
had been held for many years,
had ballooned to $500,000.
City commissioners looking ,
for budget cuts allotted only
$115,000 to the festival.
To shore up their bank
account, festival planners
borrowed $50,000 from the
city's contingency fund which
reduced this year's contribu-
tion from the city to $65,000.
Pratt said the committee
is planning a large, three-
day event for 2010 to mark
the 25th anniversary of the
Mango Fest which started as a
local celebration in Westside
Park with homemade food
and local performerS.
Pratt, who relinquished
his job as president after last
year's festival, said some
people spoke of returning to


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development and govern-
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working together to share this
important information with as
many Broward County busi-
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Speakers will include
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executive for the U.S. Small
Business Administration,
who will discuss changes to
the SBA's lending programs
related to the American Re-
covery and Reinvestment Act
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American Reinvestment Act,
an additional $200,000 has
been awarded to the Deerfield
Beach Housing Authority and
15 percent of that will be dis-
tributed to local programs.
Last year, $110,000 was
given to eight organizations
that in the words of Hous-
ing Authority Director Peter
See DEERFIELD on page 10


the olden days. "I didn't want
to ste back," he said. "Per-
sonally, I thought we should
move forward, not backward."
Do-gooders get a few
more dollars this year
There's more money this
y rgear for o animations that
provide services to Deerfield's
needy families. Thanks to the


the various assistance pro_
grams available to businesses
in Broward County. Key
Allen, vice president, com-
munications and employer
services for WorkForce One,
will discuss how businesses
can access workforce stimu-
lus funding through training
grants for workers and receive
-
services to help avoid layoffs
and assist in recruiting at no
cost.
"The content of each of
the meetings will be identi-
cal," said Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Commerce
President/CEO Ric Green.
"We worked to stagger the
schedule of multiple locations
of the forums so as many
businesses as possible can
n
attend.
Times and dates for all
the free forums being held as
follows:
June 5 8:30 to 10:30
a.m., Tamarac Community
Center, 8601 W. Commercial
Blvd.
June 6 1 0 a.m. to noon
- Pompano Beach City Hall,
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Relay for Life participants made

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Dear Editor,

I am writing this letter to thank the Cities of Lighthouse Point and Deerfield
Beach for all the help they gave us during the American Cancer Society's Relay
For Life, which was held Mothers Day weekend, May 9 and 10 at Quiet Waters
Park.
I want to thank the Mayor of Lighthouse Point, Mayor Fred Schorr, with
Commissioners Sandy Johnson and Chip LaMarca, along with the Mayor of
Deerfield Beach, Peggy Noland, Commissioners Joe Miller, Sylvia Poitier,
Marty Popelsky, Bill Ganz and City Manager Mike Mahaney for attending. As
a special surprise to us, our friend of Relay, State Representative Gwendolyn
Clarke-Reed attended as well.
Our Sheriff, Al Lamberti, was present as well and read the Care Givers'
Pledge. A special thank you to the City of Deerfield Beach Employees, Mr.
Fred Scott and his associates who were there to assist us with light, sound, park,
etc. Mickey Gomez and Neill Mathes from Parks & Recreation as well as Amy
Hanson for all their help during the 18 hours we were at the park. We could not
have done this Relay without their help. Our Relay was a huge success with 99
Survivors, plus their caretakers. Dinner was served to them, with the compli-
ments ofCJ's Di-aft House.
To date we have raised approximately $75,000. There will still be fund rais-
ers held to reach our goal of $100,000.
I want to take this opportunity to thank the 375 participants and 40 Teams.
This has been the largest Relay we have ever had.
We thank the citizens of Lighthouse Point and Deerfield Beach for their
turnout and fantastic support you have given to Relay For Life. And on a per-
sonal note, as a survivor, THANK YOU!!!!
Sincerely,
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Dear Residents of the City of
Pompano Beach

Many citizens have contacted me
to express their disappointment with
the manner in which the employment
of City Manager Keith Chadwell by
the city was ended at the last city
commission meeting. Mr. Chadwell
offered to resign in exchange for
signing a waiver and release of 'any
and all claims' which he might have
against the city, and for 9 months
of severance pay. Most complaints
could be summarized as: Why did the
commission accept Mr. Chadwell's
offer to resign with payment to him by
the city of almost $139,000 when his
contract only calls for severance pay if
he is fired ,
I share this sentiment, and I share
distaste for this deal. And yet I voted
for it. Allow me to explain why.
A few months ago a motion to
terminate Mr. Chadwell narrowly
failed in a 3-3 tie vote. When Mr.
Chadwell ultimately tendered his
resignation at the commission meet-
ing, the relationship between the city
and Mr. Chadwell was clearly broken

adeneadttooend H ew tonsy
resignation offer; 2) Terminate him for
cause; or 3) Terminate hitn for conve-
mence.
Termination for cause is the only
option which would have avoided the
need to pay the severance amount.
However, under the contract, termina-
tion for cause requires a very severe
degree of wrongdoing, well beyond
simple dissatisfaction with the perfor-
mance of the manager. A case could
have been made for the commission
to pursue termination for cause, and
several citizen activists urged the
commission to do just that. However,


this course would
almost certainly
have triggered a d
lawsuit with all ;
the legal expenses, in'
consumption
of time of key
individuals, and
divisiveness in
the community that DOCKS WELL
such a suit would
involve. And because the bar for 'just
cause' is set so high, the city could not
have been assured it would prevail in
the suit.
Termination for convenience was
clearly an option the commission could
have exercised. But it is important
to understand that the same 9 months
of severance pay would have been
required in this case. The city manager
would not have been required to sign
the waiver and release of all claims
against the city, and he would have
had no obligation to stay on for a brief
period of time to ease the transition to
an interim city manager.
By accepting the resignation offer
and paying the amount that we would
have paid anyway under termination
n nk eoc rgah same

niece, plus it got assurance that no
lawsuit would be filed, that a smooth
transition would be made to an interim
city manager, and that the least divi-
siveness would be engendered in the
community.
Not a good deal, but the least bad
alternative.
Now it's time for both the city and
Mr. Chadwell to move on to brighter
days.
Sincerely,
Barry Dockswell
Pompano Beach City Commissioner,
District 1


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total weight to 217.5 pounds and taking the number 1 spot. 137 boats participated in the tourna-
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of Hard Way with 4 tunas and 4 kings for a total weight of 216.68 pounds. O-Sea-D, the only team
to weigh in 9 eligible fish, placed in 3" with 4 kings, 3 tunas and 2 cobia totaling 188.12 pounds.
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out the top 5 was Stufflt II with 4 kings and 4 tunas for 170.73 pounds.


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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN WRITER
What started out as a South
African watering hole ten
years ago is now a friendly
neighborhood bar where
smoking is permitted.
Two years ago the South
African owners sold Kala_
hari to Lou Dos Santos who
kept the name and all of the
fascinating memorabilia of
faraway South Africa.
Manager, Lisa Thompson
says, "Originally this was
sort of a home away from
home for lonesome South
Africans. We still show
rugby and soccer games on
weekends which draws the
dwindling South African
population still in this area. I
think most of that population
has now scattered throughout
South Florida. But the d6cor
still fascinates our customers
and there's always someone
looking at the wall art or
reading some.of the mounted
clippings. It's very clear to
me that a lot of folks would
like to make the trip to South
Africa, but probably will
settle for being in an authen-
tic atmosphere like this."
Although no food is pre-
pared here, there is a South
African market a few doors

a ons of the bar often call
over there to have a meat pie


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Friday, May 22, 2009


or some other treat sent over
to Kalahari.
According to Thompson, a
lot of the local customers are
now hooked on the meat pie
and some of the other South
African special sandwiches
that they enjoy with their
drids.
Kalahari is strictly a bar and
is one of the few around where
people can and do smoke.
Two large air filters run non-
stop to keep the air as smoke
free as possible.
"NO one is a stranger here
for long," Thompson claims.
"The regulars make first tim-
ers welcome and soon they
are on a first name basis with
everyone here. We're very
promotional. We offer in-the-
business discounts to anyone
in the hospitality business.
We discount drinks Monday
through Friday during happy
hour that runs from 4 to 7.
Our pool table is a major
attraction at all times. On Fri-
days and Saturdays, which are
our busiest late nights, pool is
free."
With six screens, Kalahari is
able to show all of the ongoing
sporting events. The bar of-
fers beer specials during these
events in addition to the happy
hour promotions,
One frequent visitor is Shan-
non Walsh who says, "I've
met so many nice business
owners and residents since
I' b dro It's
e een pping in,
friendly atmosphere with an
intriguing decorating theme.
Lisa andl might even play a
little pool when there's a quiet
moment.
Patrons nicknamed 'Lenny'
and 'Squiggy' stop in often.
'Squiggy' sipped on his Ice
Pick, a blend of vodka and ice
tea, while 'Lenny' ordered_
vodka on the rocks. Lenny
says "The bartender [Lisa


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"I can still smoke a
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feel uncomfortable."
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Thompson] greets us with a
big smile and a warm wel-
come. In these times that
counts because most people
are down in the dumps. The
owner should be happy he has

Thompson says, We are
promotional. We sponsor
three co-ed soft ball leagues,
and we're open to domg
more. We're also a great spot
for parties and special occa-
sion celebrations. I've been


the manager here for a year,
but I have a long career in bar-
tending." Open 7 days from
11 a.m. until 2 a.m. except on
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Jacobs shares budget blues
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
In the 11 years since Kristin Jacobs was first elected to the
Broward County Board of County Commissioners, the county
has faced a lot of tough times. "But nothing as tough as today"
with budgetary issues and unfunded mandates from the state,
she said in addressing the Cresthaven Civic Association re-
cently.
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those, 236 employees were moved to another county position,
and many of the positions had been unfilled. As a result, only
23 people lost their jobs.
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taxes dedicated to the CRA]. I
doubt we would have a budget
like that without a depart-
ment head. There is too much
money coming in not to have
oversight."
The CRA director formerly
answered to the planning
department, but Ganz said he
preferred a direct link to the
city manager,

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MelHOrlai

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Legion Hall, 171 American
Legion Boulevard SW 2 St.'
Pompano Beach, will be the
site of a picnic for partici-
pants and veterans following
the services. Call 954-942-
2448.
The Elks Lodge will also
host a picnic at noon at the
lodge, 700 NE 10 St., Pompa-
no Beach. Food and refresh-
ment will be available for
purchase. All active military
personnel with ID will enjoy
free food and drink. Call 954-

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Memorial Day ceremonies
to take place Monday, May
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City commissioners,
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nity Redevelopment Agency,
unanimously approved hiring
a director to oversee the
agency's funds and projects,
but not without a grilling of
city employees by Commis-
sioner Marty Popelsky.
Popelsky asked who was
handling the CRA duties now
and if they could continue.
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Mahaney, "We are moving
at a rapid pace. We don't
have the people. I am tired of
working weekends. We need
help."
The city is involved in
major CRA projects in The
Cove Shopping Center and
on Hillsboro Boulevard and
is looking at major improve-
inents to the fishing pier. It
will soon be participating
with state and federal agen-


cies on the $40 million Dixie
Highway flyover, being paid
fOr with stimulus funds.
Mahaney along with
Public Works Director Charlie
DaBrusco and Planning and
Growth Management Direc-
tor Jerry Ferguson currently
oversee the city's construction
projects. "I'm not hiring more
people to reduce your work
load," Popelsky said. "Show
me a 50-hour work week [for a
director]."
Ferguson said the job was
chiefly about coordination and
organization, while Popelsky
said he thought it should be
filled by a technical person.
Commissioner Sylvia
Poitier, was not in favor of hir-
ing "just a CRA director" but
was agreeable to the position
including economic develop-
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25, at locations throughout the
city. At 10 a.m., there will be
a service featuring a 21-gun
salute at Pineview Cemetery,
400 SW 4 St.
At 10:30 a.m., a similar
ceremony will follow at
Memorial Cemetery, 380 NE
6 Ave. (adjacent to Pioneer
Park). The memorial services
will conclude with a final
ceremony at 11:30 a.m. at the
Deerfield Beach International
Fishing Pier,
200 NE 21 Ave.
(Ocean Way).
The service at
the pier will in-
clude a prayer service, 21-gun
salute and wreath ceremony.
Call 954-421-6097 or 954-
481-2158.
Church service
planned
Community Presbyterian
Church will mark Memorial
Day with special."services
of remembrance" at 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. on Sunday, May
24. The community is cor-
dially invited th attend.
Bearing the U.S. and Chris-
tian flags, preceded by the
congregation's processional
cross, veterans of the military
willmarchintheprocession
as the congregation sings a
version of the Navy hymn that
includes all branches of the
armed serviceS.
Interim Pastor Dwyn
Younger will speak on
"Backward Glances: Fatal
and Life-Giving."
The congregation will join
in prayers of thanksgiving for
all who have died in defense
of country and for protec- .
tion for those who today are
"in harm's way,"
whether they are
military or civilian.
During the 10:30 -
a.m. service, a special poem,
entitled "The Four Chaplains"
will be read by its author,
Richard O'Connell, member
of the congregation and pub-
lished poet.
The poem tells the true story
of 4 chaplains (2 Protestant,
1 Roman Catholic, 1 Jewish)
who sacrificed their lives for
the men under their care by
giving away their lifejack-
ets when their ship, the S.S.
Dorchester, was torpedoed by
a German submarine in the
North Atlantic during World
War II.
Community Presbyterian
Church, dubbed "The Steeple
on the Beach," is located at the
beach on A1A at 1920 SE 4 St.
. Parking is readily available
and complimentary. A nursery
is provided free of charge dur-
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CreSthaven
Continued from page 8
property values and a rise in
foreclosures, Jacobs said. The
property appraiser will pro-
vide the commission the exact
numbers on June 1, but the
county is looking at a shortfall
of $160 million or 12 percent
of the budget.
"The result will be cuts
in services and additional
personnel cuts," Jacobs said.
"It's bad out there."
All kinds of things are on
the chopping block, Jacobs .
said. Last year parks had to be
closed on Tuesday. The com-
mission is expected to expand
the days parks are closed. Li-
brary hours will be cut further,
and smaller libraries may be
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tract ended a saga that began
three years ago when the
property just south of the pier
was first offered to the city
by Boca Raton businessman
Pete Boinis. Parks and Recre-
ation Director Vince Kendrick
sought grants for the $600,000
purchase price, but a major
one failed to materialize.. .
Broward County did earmark
$300,000 from its Open Space
Bond funds, but the former
commission haggled over
pursuing other public money.
Frustrated over the inacticin,
Boinis posted 'no trespassing
sign around his property,
which is just south of the pier.
The newly --elected com-
mission, led by Commissioner
Joe Miller, put the purchase
back on the agenda. A con-
tract for $510,000 (an amount
Boinis found acceptable) was
voted down two weeks ago,
but Tuesday night Mayor
Noland passed the gavel and .
moved that the item be recon-


by the previous owner for
$200,000. When it didn't
move on the offer, Boinis,
who had hopes of building a
restaurant in the pier parking
lot, bought it himself.
Commissioner Sylvia
Poitier, considered to be the
"swing vote" said, "I don't
want my constituents to .
believe the property can't
be used... he (Boinis) could
sell cabanas, he could put a
marina under the pier... these
are permitted uses. Our grand-
children will benefit from this
beach." Poitier cautioned that
if the city did not accept the
county grant, "others will get
it."
Mayor Peggy Noland
called the strip "An important
location in the center of our
beach. I see this buy for the
future of our community."
Commissioner Marty
Popelsky, who had suggested
using land north of the pier
for restroom expansion, said
he realized that would be


more costly than improving
the current facilities. Such
construction would need state
approvals and an easement
from Boinis. "This is a focal
point," he concluded.
Nevertheless, when mo-
tion was called, Popelsky cast
a 'no' vote along with Ganz,
as the measure passed 3 to 2.


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Commissioner Bill Ganz
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ponent of the contract saying
appraisals on the tract were
inflated due to the high prices
the city had paid for nearby
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consider buying property
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favor taking $200,000, half of
the total, from the Contingen-
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price.
"We can redo the restrooms
without his property. We are
not getting the deal you are
pretending we are... this is
a half million dollar deal,"
Ganz said. "Why should one
individual be allowed to make
such profit? I am constantly
getting e-mails against this."
Commissioner Joe Miller
said, "I differ. "We are buying
it for $200,000, 2003 prices.
The city was offered the land


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Their actions cleared the
way for improvements to the
pier infrastructure, bait house,
restrooms, restaurant and
entrance. The buyout settled
a lawsuit the city had brought
against Jupiter Crab for delin-
queixt lease payments. As to.
when pier improvements may
begin, Mayor Peggy Noland
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commission) want to move on
it yesterday."
Jupiter Crab had another
nine years on the.1ease, but
was paying only $4,000 of the
monthly $6,000 rent.
Noland said the city
will have to decide on who
will operate the restaurant,
now Kelley's. "I don't want
the city to run a restaurant.
There's a liquor license there
and liability," she said.
The purchase of the beach


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Smoker. $925 Per Month.
Forrest-Realty.com. 954-
928-0500.

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BEACH ? Nice lst Floor 1/1
Pompano Near Beach With
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LAUD BY THE SEA 2000 S
OceanBIvd.2/2,SEOcean
View. Fully Furnished.WID.
Oceanfront Pool & BBQ.
Underground Parking.Non-
Smoker. $1300 Per Month.
Forrest-Realty.com. 954-
928-0500. 5/22

LAUDERDALEBYTHESEA
1/1.5 Seml Furnished Apt.
Whittier Towers. Private
BeachAccess.$750Month
+ Utilities.518-522-4446 Or
954-946-2033.


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Scrubbed Floors.3Hrs$55.4
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Only. References Available.
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MUSICIANS
WANTED
Volunteer band musicians
wanted for the American Legion
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especially needed. High school
age and above arewelcome. If
you love to play, call today 954-
647-0700 0

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and Restaurants. New 40-year
dimensional roof. $250K. Call
581-901-3809 a

LEISUREVILLE-MOTIVATED.
Sell Lease Now. Adult Golf
Community. Top Condition.
3/2, Garage $119,000. Owner
Financing. Maintenance $169.
Private Showings. 954-781.
6909 R/9p


CONSDAOLSEFOR
POMPANO BEACH By
Owner. Very Clean 2/2 On
Riverside Drive. Beautiful
-22' Patio On ICW. 2 Blocks
To Beach. $199,000. Call
954-942-2539. 6/5


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CenturyVillageDeerfield1/1-
New Carpet, Paint, Ceiling
Fans & Light Fixtures. Extra
Clean. $29,900. 561-271-
4761. 6/5

LIG H THOSE POINT
- Reduced Price $69,900-
2/2 2nd Floor Corner Unit-
Screened Porch, Hurricane
Shutters. Garden/Pool View.
Call Sof la 561-809-8704.
www.mybocahomes.com.
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$297K.1STFloor2/2Garden
Apt.WithViewOfDeepwater
Canal. No Bridges. 100,
To Intracoastal. Gourmet
Kitchen With WID. Call Faye
Balistreri 954-303-9249.
5/29

LIGHTHOUSE VILLAGE
$149,900 2/2. Completely
Remodeled Kitchen &
Baths. Tile Throughout,
GranitecounterTopsS.S.
Appliances, W/D. Faye @
Balistreri Realty. 954-303-
9249.

LAUD BY THE SEA 1481
S Ocean Blvd. 1/1, Top
Floor $145,000. Diagonal
Tile, Bathroom Remodeled.
Recessed Lighting. Heated
Pool.Beach Access.Forrest-
Realty.com.954-928-0500-

POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
13A 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 0

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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-RRA4 0

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1BEDROOM 1 BATH Updated
AptOnl4thStreetByTheBeach.
Reduced to $149,900. Rent To
Own Owner Financing. Call
954-941-2600. Ask for George.


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Marily For More Info. 954-
249-7051.

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7Days/Week.561-502-4019.
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545-5599.

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Term. Furn/Unfurn. 1 and
2 Bdrom & Efficiencies.
$795AndUp.LowMove-in.
Clean, Updated, Laundry,
pool, electric, cable, water.
Owner Agent 954-608-
7368.

POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath. East Of Federal. Walk
To Everything. Tiled, Patio.
$700Mo.F/L/S.954-295-8908.
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LAUD BY THE SEA 2/2
penthouse.$2000 Mo.Long
Term. Ocean View! Nice.
954-868-5560. 5/22

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954-783-3793 6/1

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Quiet2/2.1400+ Sq Ft. Carport,
Long Driveway, Free Golf,
Active Community. 2 Pools &
Clubhouses. 55+. $1000 Mo
Y rly. 581-888-3839. 5/22


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Judy 954:*646-1437.

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POM PA NO BE AC H 1
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Pets/Smoking. Watch The
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34 Street. Call Darci 954-783-
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of Swiss cheese and sauteed
onions, made with "just a
hint" of Marsala wine, the
"Quinn Burger" may be the
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first burger you fimsh without
needing or wanting.ketchup.
If you want to try the
lighter side of the menu, order
the Chicken Caesar Salad;
the chicken can be grilled,
blackened or fried Buffalo
style. The dressing almost
makes as big impression as
the Remoulade, but it's the
nice juicy pieces of chicken,
about the size of the croutons
and with just enough spice to
wake up your taste buds, that


By Bill Zobus
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Pompano Beach-Lighthouse Rotary Club has awarded two
Scholarships this year.
The Scholarship was named for a former club President,
Kerry McNamara who died at age 36 in an auto accident in
February 1996. In lieu of flowers $3,201.00 were donated by
44 citizens.
The scholarship is worth $1,000 and is based on need and
community service for a senior at Pompano Beach High School
student college bound.
This year the club decided to award two since the club had a
very good year in fundraising.
Pictured from the left is Mia McFadden school councilor,
Kristi Beroldi winner (plans to attend FAU), Rashida Gayle
wiriner (plans to attend FSU) and scholarship chair Larry
Mellgren. Awards were presented at the PBHS awards night by
club President Kerry Woodward. For further information about
Rotary cal Bill Zobus 954 972-7178


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- Chef Quinn says he makes
every Caesar salad according
to the original 1924 recipe.
If you want something even
lighter, try the chicken noodle
soup. With a good helping
of chicken and noodles,
cooked with celery
and carrots, this soup,
like everything else, is
made fresh.
In the classic
tradition of the
American deli, order
.
a sandwich with your
soup. One great
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sandwich to pair with
your soup is the Philly Steak
Sub with cheese, made with
Black Angus.
The onions, cheese and.
mushrooms are essential to
any great cheese steak but it's
the Remoulade sauce, spicy
and sweet at the same time,
that puts this juicy Philly at
the top of the Hash House to
do list. .
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is made from scratch," said
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high quality meats.
They say 'breakfast is the
most important meal of the
day.' At Hash House you can
eat breakfast for any meal you
want.
The big fluffy pancakes
don't leave much
room on the plate,
and the biscuits
and sausage gravy
make a thick and
hearty addition to
the morning meal.
If you get the
slice of ham you
may want to
upgrade from a butter knife to
something better suited to the
task; 'slab' of ham may be a
more apt description though.
If you're in the mood for a
little sea food, Hash House
has Grouper and Dolphin
available as fresh as the rest
of the menu. Hash House is
open daily from 7 a.m. to 8
p.m. For delivery or more
information, call 954-788-
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