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Publication Date: May 29, 2009
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PELICAN STAFF
"It looks like an average season,"
says Kimberly Spill, Pompano Beach
Emergency Manager. "But we don't
like to look at the numbers. It only
takes one."
One hurricane is what Spill means.
One is all we need, and no one can pre-
dict that until that hurricane is upon us.
Hurricane season begins June 1,
and Spm's hope is that everyone is
ready for the "one."
Spill, the Pompano Beach Fire De-
partment along with public works and
all city employees have been preparing
for the "one" for months.
That's routine, but if residents and
business owners don't follow the city's
lead, there could be trouble.
Here's what the city has done.
Purchased two used fuel tankers
filled with 18,400 gallons of diesel to
make sure city operations, including
water pumps, emergency vehicles and
other services will be up and running.
Volunteer groups are already
involved, including Citizens on Patrol,
or COPS; Medical Reserve Corps, or
MRC; the Broward Health Department
and others who have been trained to
assist in disasters.
"Every single city employee is
considered 'essential personnel,' for
this season. They all have their roles,"
Spill said.
Spill says that when Tropical
Storm Fay hit last August, it turned out
to be a great "exercise" for emergency
issues."We activated our Emergency
Operations Center, or EOC, to test
out plans, identify our gaps and make
improvements."
While not considered a life-threat-
ening issue, one problem that could
prove to be expensive for taxpayers is
"documentation."
When city funds are used for
clean-up or other storm-related activi-
ties, reimbursement from FEMA, or


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ly fragile people are
considered vulnerable during
a storm or any emergency.
Spill says an emergency
plan should be activated for
people in wheelchairs or any-
One who has trouble walking.
"Make plans to go to a
friend's house or evacuate to a
family member's home," she
says.
People with these special
needs should register now at
www.broward.org/hurricane
or call 954-831-4000.
Those who undergo rou-
tine treatments administered
by a physician's office, clinic
or hospital such as dialysis,
or are a home healthcare cli-
ent, or require oxygen sup-
plies, should call their service
providers to discuss plans
for continuing service in an
emergency.
For those who plan on
going to a Special Medical
Needs Shelter, pre-registration
is encouraged to ensure the
shelter is adequately prepared
to meet their needs. These
people should pre-register.
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sion at 954-537-2888 (TTY
954-537-2882).
Patients who require
24-hour oxygen treatments
should consult with their doc-
tors.
Spill says it's logical to
fill prescriptions before the
storm as many pharmacies
and other businesses may be
shut down with storm-related
issues.
During the storm, emer-
gency services may be pulled
from the roads if rain, wind
and water surges present
hazards.
Residents are on their own
during this time and should
plan for up to three full days
of water, food, medication and
other emergency supplies.
After the storm passes,
first responders start mov-
ing in to help residents, clean
debris and check utilities for
damage.
The level of the damage
will depend on the category of
the hurricane.
Spill says she prepares
for the worst, and as far as
guessing what South Florida
will get this season, she says,
,
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very important. Up to 60,000
calls can be delivered at one
time.
"We don't turn
away any of the num-
bers," says Spill.
King says she has
already signed up.
"Even though I live
outside of Pompano Beach, I
signed up with my cell phone,
my home and sister's home so
that when I'm at work during
the hurricane, she'll know
what's happening in my city.
The key is communication."
King added that those
people signed up for Code
Red will get information
about where food and water
distribution sites are located
throughout the city.
"Now's the time to think
about a landline phone that
plugs directly into the wall.
When the power goes out, so
will your electric powered
phones," King added-
Vulnerable population
Homeless, shut-ins and


the $1.8 million so far. "We
are still receiving checks from
FEMA," said Sandra King,
public information officer.
And finances are having
an impact on residents prepar-
ing for this year's hurricane
season already.
Spill says some people are
holding back on supplies and
preparations because of the


economy.
"It doesn't have to be
expensive," she says. "Pea-
nut butter is good food,
Freeze bread so it lasts
longer. Before the storm,
start collecting water
for drinking, flush-
ing, bathing and other
activities. It's hard to
get everyone's attention. This
year economics are a huge
factor."
Hete are some no-cost
activities that can be done
right now before the season
sets active.
Pompano Beach residents
can sign up for "Code Red,"
a public notification system.
Visit mypompanobeach.org
to add your name and tele-
phone numbers to the system.
When emergencies occur like
hurricanes, evacuation orders,
hostage situations, drinking
water contamination, utility
outrages, chemical spills or
security issues, those people
who have signed up will be
notified of the events. Spill


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your pets behind, make sure you have a plan to ensure their
care. The Broward County Humane Society can be reached at
954-989-3977. To pre-register a pet and see a list of hotels that
allow pets, please visit the Humane Society's web site.
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PELICAN STAFF
Anita Magnotta, head of
youth services at Pompano
Beach Library, has high hopes
and big plans when it comes
to library activities that help
young people improve their
environment.
"I want our children to see
this library as a free and pow-
erful resource. It can make a
real impact on their lives now
and in the future."
Eth the theme, "Let's
be Creative," she is linking
President Obama's agenda for
an improved environment to
showmg young people how
they can play a part right here
and right now in Pompano
Beach.
With the full support of
Janice Rolle, manager of the
library, Magnotta has art
contests for ages 8 to 12 and
13 to 18. In June, the Library
Garden Club will become the
first 4-H Club with an envi-
ronmental focus in Broward
County.
Art Contest for Ages 8
to 12
Children are encouraged
to enter their creative draw-
ings which show how the
library can help them help the
environment. Art must be in
color using crayons, colored
pencils or paint on 8 1/2x11
white paper. Entries must be
received by June 20. Library
visitors will decide the win-


Anita Magnotta is preparing for the
launch of a successful Library Garden
Club where young people from 8 to 18
will be able to grow their own food and
become educated consumers as they
research and create a green decor for
the library entrance and a real garden
behind the library.

the garden is being supported
by The Broward County
Extension Service, the 4-H
Youth Program, the Pompano
Beach Garden Club, and the
Rotary Club. There will be
tie-in, educational lectures on
a regular schedule.
The first planning meeting
will be June 8 at 6:30. "I'm
hoping parents and interested
adults*will sign up and become
part of this library project,
Magnotta says, beaming a
bright smile. "We will have
programs for children and
adults. I welcome volunteers
who are willing to lend a
hand to any of these upcom-
ing library projects. Our
finances are tight. Our staff is
bare bones, but our hopes are
high."
To volunteer or for specif-
ic information, contact Anita
Magnotta at 954-786-2181 or
954-610-3379.
A summer of free fun
activities
Stop into the library at
1213 E. Atlantic Blvd. for a
calendar of summer activi-
ties. Starting June 6, summer
programs include line dancing,
gymnastics, origami, jewelry
making, American Idol, guitar
hero, hip hop dance classes,
Jeopardy game shows, mov-
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Anita Magnotta, head of youth services at Pompano Beach Library, pauses
to look at Nicholas Flores' art contest entry. All entries must be received by
June 20 for ages 8 to 12 and by June 14 for ages 13 to 19. [Photos by Phyllis
J. Neuberger]


$25 prizes in each category.
For further information,
see Anita Magnotta at the
library.
Library Garden Club
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How does our garden
grow? Here's the chance for
girls and boys from 8 to 18
to find out! Young people
.
who want to go green will
have the opportunity to make
it happen by participating in
the redecoration of the library
entrance with live, environ-
mentally correct plantings. In
September they will have the
chance to learn how to grow
their own food and be wise
consumers, by growing a real
garden in a designated area in
back of the library.
The agricultural history
of Pompano Beach which was
once mainly a bean plantation
is basically unknown to these
children. Magnotta hopes to
involve the Pompano Beach
Historical Society in helping
to relate that history to this
generation. The planning of


ner by dropping a vote into
the lobby voting box. Cash
prizes are $25, $15, $10 and
$5. Nicholas Flores was shy
but managed to show one of
.
his submissions which was a
native growing Florida tree.
He found out what kind of a
tree to draw by researching
native Florida trees and plant
life in a library book.
Art For Change Con-
test for Ages 8 to 19
All entries must be sub-
mitted by June 14. Art forms
can be sculpture, drawing,
painting, storyboard, 500
word essay, poetry, captioned
photography, video or game
board of three minutes or less.
Team or individual submis-
sions accepted. .
Entries should focus on
one of the following themes:
Global warming, Alternate
fuels, Americans must vote,
Keep America safe, Education
for everyone, Jobs, Improved
standard of living, Stimulat-
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On July 3, Broward Out-
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to feed 400 homeless persons
and give each person a bag of
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pair of sneakers.
The goal of the event is to
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9 a.m.
The test consists of a 50-
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Deerfield Beach's hope for Cove property parking lot is a


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The owners of the vacant
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PECAN WRITER
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Commissioner Jim Silver-


license, and properties must
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At Tuesday's meeting
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'no deal'
contractor. Among those with
concerns was the manager
of the WaMu bank where a
number of traffic accidents
have occurred at the drive-
thru lane as motorists seek
alternate routes into the shop-
ping center. The manager
said his busmess is down 50
percent.


ing and install pavers, has
reached the halfway mark
and is due to be completed in
September.
In recent weeks, traf-
fic flow in and out of the
Cove has been impeded
say the merchants who last
week brought out nearly
100 people to meet with the


Parking garage developer
Bill Bodenhamer estimated
it would cost $8 million to
build 500 spaces. Although
he built the beach parking ga-
rage on NE 2 Street, Boden-
hamer said he has no interest
in doing so in the Cove.
Paving approved to
ease traffic flOW
The contractor building the
Hillsboro Streetscape will put
down a temporary surface on
one lane from U.S. 1 to A1A
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to facilitate traffic flow.
The $4,000 change order
was approved last week to
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deflect complaints from mer-
chants in the Cove Shopping
Center. The project, to bury
power lines, enhance drain-
age, street lighting, landscap-


development and that his
clients were not interested.at
this time. The entire tract can
be purchased for $6.8 mil-
lion, he said.
The garage discussion came
about as commissioners were
considering improvements to
the Cove parking lot. .
Merchants and building
owners say another 500
parking spaces are needed to
accommodate customers.-
Making aesthetic improve-
ments to the center will not
ease this problem, they said.
Both Mayor Peggy Noland
and Commissioner Joe Miller
have expressed doubts about
using CRA funds to build a
garage. "It's just not in the
best interest of the citizens,"
Noland said.


stone suggested the change in
order to have something on
the books until they make up
their minds.
Clottey had asked for the
stricter ordinance, noting that
she had received calls from
residents complaining about
problems with short-term
renters.
- Previously, the minimum
time for renters was seven
months.
With the new ordinance,
those.renting the properties
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By Harry Small
POMPANO BEACH FIRE CHIEF
The 2009 Hurricane Season will arrive quietly on Monday, June 1st.
South Floridians will grudgingly nod in agreement that we all need to be pre-
pared. Then, everyone will go back to what they're doing
and, if last year is any indication, forget completely about
hurricanes. Hey, that's human nature, as they say. Be-
sides, who could blame them for being preoccupied with
the current state of the economy?
Unfortunately, nature doesn't consider our priorities and
concerns. Inevitably, the ever-warming Atlantic waters
around the equator will gradually heat up to levels that
will spawn dozens of tropical waves in the coming weeks
and months. This is an annual cycle of nature that has :F.
been going on for thousandssof years. Some of these
waves will become tropical storms. Some of these tropi-
cal storms will become huge cyclones called hurricanes. And some of these
hurricanes will become monsters in both power and size. Luckily, the hurri-
canes that become "Category 3, 4, or 5" storms are typically among the minor-
ity. But the Tropical Prediction Center (National Hurricane Center) in Miami
calls these particular storms "major" hurricanes and consider them the fiercest
and most powerful weather phenomena on earth,
Is preparing for a major hurricane any different that preparing for a Category
1 or 2? You bet it is.
Consider this- in 2004 Broward County residents experienced hurricanes
.
Jeanne and Frances. Frances came ashore near Stuart, Flonda, as a Category 2
storm ultimately causing 42 deaths in the U.S. and $8.8 billion in damage.
In an unprecedented storm track, Hurricane Jeanne followed shortly there-
after by making landfall in althost the exact same location. Jeanne
arrived as Category 3 storm. Jeanne caused $6.8 billion in damage in
the U.S., but more significantly, was responsible for 3,025 deaths in
the Caribbean and U.S. Major category hurricanes are always more
deadly.
Broward residents were fortunate to avoid the worst of Hurricanes Frances
and Jeanne, but never-the-less paid the price in utility outrages and property
damage. Electricity was out throughout Broward froin a few days to two weeks.
But many residents in Palm Beach and Martin Counties experienced outrages
lasting months!
In 2005, Broward residents experienced Hurricane Wilma. Wilma was a
Category 1 storm bordering on a Category 2. The damage was significant and,
again, the loss of utilities lasted as long as two to three weeks.
South Florida residents have not experienced a major category hurricane since
Hurricane Andrew in 1992. It is almost impossible to compare a category 1 or
2 storm with a major hurricane. The difference is exponential. A Category 4
storm may be 10 times greater in damage and loss of life that a Category 1.
One of the most important things to remember about storm categories is
"recovery time." The higher the category storm, the longer the recovery period.
This is especially important if a person is heavily dependent on medical care
such as a dialysis patient or someone needing regular treatments at the hos-
pital or doctor's office. People who have limited mobility or who are poorly
equipped to take care of themselves are also likely to find conditions that are
unfavorable to survival in the aftermath of a great storm.
Finally, people who live in homes or buildings that are not hardened against
high category storms will likely find themselves hotheless and at the mercy of
fate following a major hurricane strike.
It is for these reasons that everyone should carefully evaluate the options
when preparing for the hurricane season:
1. Staying at home and weathering the storm- this requires a weather-hard-
ened building, ample supplies, and a clear understanding that living conditions
will be quite primitive for anywhere from days to several weeks to come.
2. Securing the home and retreating to a public shelter- this requires an
understanding that the only thing provided at shelters is what is brought by the
individual. It is also important to point out that in the event of a major storm the
shelter may end up being one's primary residence for weeks or even months.
3. Evacuating the area to a safe location- this option should be seriously con-
sidered by people who live in buildings that are not able to withstand hurricane
wind forces, people who require regular medical care, people who have very
limited mobility, people who have irresolvable pet issues, or those who simply
do not want to go through the misery of weeks of recovery.
Major hurricanes kill people and cause catastrophic damage. Category 5
storms are not anything like the others. Our biggest fear is that people will not
recognize this important point and underestimate the forces involved in these
major storms.
Broward residents are probably going to do fairly well in preparing for a Cat-
egory 1 storm. But let's not forget the biggest threat of all. It is probably useful
for all of us to have two plans- one for hurricanes and one for major hurricanes.
Sometimes the smartest preparation is simply leaving the area.


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ESTABLISHED 1993
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.
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Thanks.to all who entered The Pelican

Sesame Street coloring contest
Art abounds in Pompano Beach/Deerfield Beach conununities. We at The .
Pelican Newspaper can attest to that by the wonderfully colored posters that
were returned from our area schools. Winners have received their tickets to a
live performance of Sesame Street this June in Miami. Also thank you to the
teachers who were able to add this to their classroom studies. Here are the win-
ners in alphabetical order. Courtney Blann, age 4, Deerfield Christian Academy;
Payton Caja, age 5, Highlands Christian Academy; Earleshia O'Brien, age 7,
Cresthaven Elementary; Madison Trowbridge, age 6, Highlands Christian Acad-
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funded from a donation provided by Lighthouse Point citizens Jim and Sue
Acheson.
The LifePak 15 has the newest and most up to date diagnostic and tech-
nological features. It can identify life threatening cardiac arrhythmias, it has a .
semiautomatic defibrillator that provides a prompted treatment protocol, and
it can, by wireless connection, convey important'patient information to hospital
emergency rooni staff. In addition it provides noninvasive cardiac pacing, non-
invasive blood pressure monitoring, and it measures oxygen saturation (Sp(12)
and carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO) concentrations in the blood.
"We are constantly searching for ways to enhance our service" said Light-
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a complete cardiac care response system designed for basic life support and
advance life support patient management protocols." .
"We are very thankful for Mr. and Mrs. Acheson donation and look forward
to the impact it will have" said Chief Donzella. The Life 15 will serve our com-
munity well into the foreseeable future.

Letters

Pompano Beach gets a 'WOW'
frOID One Of itS reSidents
I think the City of Pompano Beach should get the WOW landscaping award
this month for the work done and in progress oil Northeast 10 Street. It's a vast
improvement ove? years past. Will they continue this further east and west on
Tenth Street? This may wellbe the prettiest street in Pompano Beach.
Also (hope they think.about some solar landscaping on the west side of the-
retention ponds on Federal Highway by the golf course. That would look nice.
Jim Barteld


Friday, May 29, 2009


Opinions and Editorials


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Lilac and Lilies opens its doors in Lauderdale-By-


The-Sea with a fresh bouquet of fashions


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
At last there's an at-hand
destination to delight contem-
porary fashion shoppers at 229
Commercial Blvd. in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea, or LBTS.
Just opened in May,
owner of Lilac and Lilies, Mi-
chelle Dimarco says, "We've
been very warmly welcomed
by fashion-conscious women
who have had no place like
this to shop."
Visitors to this charming
new boutique might be served
a foaming espresso or a cold
drink while viewing the latest
fashions making the scene
around the country'
This is the first retail
store for Dimarco, a graduate
of The Fashion Institute of
Technology in New York City,
who has since developed a
strong retail sales background.
"I worked for I.N.C., a private
label manufacturer offered ex-


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others," Dimarco says. "Lilacs
and Lilies is featuring emerg-
ing designs for contemporary
women in sizes 0 to 12. We
offer fashion for all ages here.
I'm selling to mothers and
daughters, business executives
as well as high school and col-
irls "
ege
She continued, Thanks
to my involvement m South
Florida community service
organizations, I have been
able to compile a very targeted
mailing list and at my grand
opening on April 30 custom-
ers came from Boca, Boynton,
Delray, Pompano Beach, Fort
Lauderdale and Hollywood
so we immediately felt ac-
cepted."
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dresses, beautiful accessories
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ers and do her buying. She's
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and shop here."
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manner than the three or four
who didn't.
Several ordinance oppo-
nents urged commissioners to
study the issue further before
making a decision. One said
the ordinance would result in
a reduction of property tax
revenues and asked, "What


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problem is control. "How do
you immediately correct those
breaking the rules?" he asked.
McIntee tried unsuccess-
fully to have commissioners
tabletheitemfor90days.
Mayor Roseadn Minnet
suggested a workshop with
input from residents and the
business community.

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performing its job which is to
reduce the surf's pull on the
sand won't be known until
late next month when a one-
year study will be concluded.
The width of the shoreline is
being measured to determine
if the PEMs have created
more beach at the north end
of town where severe erosion
occurs.
Christensen's company,
EcoShore International, is
experimenting in Hillsboro
Beach with the PEMs. It is the
first place in the U.S. where
they have been installed, and
the company made a deal with
the town that if the system
met certain criteria, the com-
pany would receive $75,000,
half of the annual fee. If the
system proves not to have
delivered sand to Hillsboro's
ravaged shore, the city will
pay nothing.
The PEMs are used in
conjunction with other erosion
prevention methods.
The area where the are
placed is due for a major '
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Kiteboarders granted
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Kiteboarders can now
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The Pompano Beach city
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addition to the beach at 16
street.
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congested.
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Fire and Rescue to
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Congressman Ron Klem,
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city with a $444,268 check
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equipment.
Funding.approved for
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about $3 million.
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more than 40 acre park--which
include new concession and
restroom buildings, playground
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Gray.
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stating budgetary concerns.
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understand what the total
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approving funding]," he said.
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PECAN WRITER
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"Each of the clients are
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to three stories of living


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to what they could have used
the property for. "The town
agreed it would not decrease
height limits when they were
annexed into town," she said.
The Palm Yacht and Beach
Club has additional claims,
since they also contend the
town didn't follow through
on installation of sewers to
the club. They are asking for
additional relief and want the
town to install the sewers. If
the community has to install
them, the cost would be
$3.35 million, Krimsky said.
The town has 20 days to
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talk," Krimsky said.
At Wednesday's Town
Commission meeting Susan
Trevarthen, town attorney,
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be held in order to obtain
commissioner's advice
on how to respond to the
lawsuits. No date was
announced.
Commissioner Jim

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said the claims aren't based
on plans to build. "I don't .
think there's much to worry
about there," he said.
In March 2006, voters
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heights to four stories
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amendment was initiated
by the Citizens Initiative
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claiming it would bankrupt
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building height of 15 stories.
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the town would maintain
the status quo and adhere to
the Broward County zoning
code.
As a result, residents,
led by the South Beach
Association, voted to become
part of LBTS rather than
join Pompano Beach or Fort
Lauderdale.


space over one story for
parking," said Beth-Ann
Krimsky, attorney with
Ruden McClosky, who is
representing the claimants.
The claimants and the
amounts they say they lost
in value with the change are
Palm Yacht and Beach Club,
about $2.7 million; Coastal
Arms, about $4.8 million; El
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