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'Living in South

Florida, getting
prepared is not
a luxury, it is a
necessity.'
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For a few extra dollars,
residents can safely ride
out a storm

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
The day when the wind ravages of a
Category 5 hurricane will be minimal
is not too far off, according
to some experts in Deer-
field Beach.
Materials that withstand
hurricane force winds up
to a Category 5 are avail-
able for only slightly more
than what was being used in the past.
Generators, once costly and dangerous,
are now very affordable ($300 to $500)
and made safer with carbon monoxide
reduction devices ($150),
Water stored in the bathtub is ac-
cessible and sanitary stored in heavy,
plastic bags ($35). There's a stand
alone storage model for $40.
Soffit covers that prevent wind from
See HURRICANE on page 6

Staff cuts,
shorter hours
and caps on
improvements
may keep LBTS
tax rates down
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea are in agreement to keep the
millage rate at 3.990.
That's despite the fact that assessed
property values have declined from
$2.1 billion in 2008 to $1.9 billion
in 2009, according to the Broward
County property tax appraiser.
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site SundaN. but said the current aas, too strong


Pompano Beach fireworks may move west
Federal agencies are concerned about coral, turtle nesting


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Sea turtles and two species of
coral, the Elkhorn and Staghorn may
put the brakes on this year's beach
celebration of July 4th.
Last year the U.S. National
Marine Fisheries Service, or NMFS,
designated Florida among four areas
of "critical habitat" for these two cor-
als. Add that to the Sea Turtle nesting
season, and Pompano Beach residents
may have to look west for their fire-
works this year.
A disease referred to as "white
band" is now under investigation.
On Tuesday, Pompano Beach
commissioners asked Mark Beau-
dreau, recreation manager, to "look
into" the problems.
"We're working with the U.S.


Coast Guard to hopefully have the
fireworks on the beach as tradition.
We don't have that permit yet and
may have to move inland," said Beau-
dreau.
Normally the Coast Guard issues
the permits for this or any activity on
the beach that could impact marine
habitats on and offshore.
Lou Fisher, natural resource spe-


cialist for Broward County, explains
that while the Coast Guard issues the
license, they are also required to have
either formal or informal conversa-
tions with the federal agencies that
control offshore permits.
"We have two federally-listed
threatened species in addition to the
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to $15. In Hillsboro Beach,
that amounts to a $10,000 cut.
Currently the county contribu-
tion is $40,000 of the annual
$83,650 bus budget.
The shuttle bus runs a
loop from Town Hall, south
along A1A crossing the
Intracoastal at NE 14 Street
and traveling north to Hills-
boro Boulevard on weekdays.
Figures for April show 1,158
persons road the bus, barely
enough to meet the county's
requirement of 7.1 passengers
per revenue hour and that's
another statistic that may put
the service in peril.
"We may be in trouble
anyway with the numbers,"
Mayor Carmen McGarry said.
Broward County Trans-
portation Department wants
to reduce its contribution to
the countywide community
bus program by $700,000. At
meetings held earlier this year,


county officials suggested the
cities implement bus fares.
They also eyed hiking the
ridership criteria from 7.1
passengers per hour to 10 per
hour, but then rethought that
option feeling that fares would
further reduce ridership.
Commissioner Tom Puleri
said the people who use the
service in Hillsboro, "really
need it." He suggested hiring a
school bus driver as a substi-
tute rather than use the high-
priced service.
Running the bus service
fewer days a week is another
way to cut costs, but would
also mean a cut in county
funds, Commissioner Celinda
Sawtelle pointed out.
Commissioners made
no decision, but anticipating
future discussions, Vice Mayor
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and staff members bring in
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fill the bags for graduates of
the Handy program. These
graduates are 18 years and
older and no longer qualify for
foster care.
A total of 40 "love bags"
were made with love. With
the cost of living so high, it
can be hard for young adults
going to school and working
who might not have a family
for support.
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these graduates with relief;
and, if the soap, lotion, sham-
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provided in the "love bags"
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month, then my goals were
met.
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Briefs

Handbell

choirs ring

in concert at

Pink Church

The Donna Klein Jewish
Academy and the First Pres-
byterian Church of Pompano
Beach Handbell Choirs will
perform a concert on Sunday,
June 14 at 4 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church, 2331
NE. 26 Ave., Pompano Beach.
The community is wel-
come. The concert is free.
Donna Klein Jewish
Academy, or DKJA, in Boca
Raton, offers a K-12 commu-
nity day school.
The partnership between
DKJA and First Presbyterian
Church of Pompano Beach
began when DKJA math
teacher Cliff Dyhouse, who
is. a member of the church
and has rung handbells since
he was a child, introduced
handbell instruction to the
students.
The First Presbyterian
Church has supported the
DKJA handbell program by
lending the school a 5-octave
set of handbells. Call 954-
941-2308.


Dedication

of aquatic

center June

13, Pompano
The Pompano Beach
Aquatic Center will be re-
named the Houston-Sworn
Center this Saturday.
Purcell Houston, a former
Blanche Ely High School
teacher and coach and Sam-
uel Sworn, also a former Ely
teacher, have dedicated most
of their lives to helping young
people.
Houston and Sworn will
be honored at the center, June
13 at 9 a.m. as the ribbon cut-
ting ceremony will officially


Doreen Gauthier LHP Library offers free tutoring thanks

to the Library Teen Advisory Board volunteer members


Making a

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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
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Catch up on math, sci-
ence and more for free at the
Doreen Gauthier Lighthouse
Point, or LHP, Library this
summer. And you don't even
have to live in Lighthouse
Point to benefit from this free
opportunity, extended by a
group of bright teenagers who
are all members of the Teen
Advisory Board.
Meet the tutors
Advisory Board chairperson
is Molly Smith, a recent grad-
uate of North Broward Prep
School. Smith says, "Our
mission is to make young
people aware of the wonder-
ful things the library has to
offer. To promote literacy,
we began to offer our tutoring
help year 'round to students
from preschool to fifth grade.
Our program began just about
a year ago. There are 12 of
us, and I'd guess that we have
worked with over 20 students.
I'll be active in the tutoring
program this summer, but
then I'm off to college and I
don't know how much free
time I'll have. My vice chair-
man, Hunter Rosenthal will
take over for me. We meet
once a month to plan and to
put the tutors and the requests
for tutors together. We try
hard to match those who need
math help with tutors who are
good in math, and we do the
same with reading."
Asked if the kids being tu-


Summer

Tutors
Lovin' to Learn Molly
Smith, center, with Kiely
Selvanik and Diaz Tribuiani,
the children she has tutored
for a year,
Below Five members of
the Teen Advisory Board are
L to R: Zaima Barkat, Jacob
Carpenter, Hunter Rosen-
thai, Molly Smith, and,
Isabella Tribuiani, about to
become a member.


tored like having teen tutors,
Smith nods yes. "We're not
that much older than they are
in many cases. We know how
anxious they can get about
marks and tests so we do a
lot of reviewing to give them
confidence."
Rosenthal is a sophomore at
North Broward Prep School.
He echoes Smith's observa-
tion, saying, "Because we're
kids, other kids relate to
us and we to them. I horse
around with them because I
love kids, and I love helping
them. I try to make learning
fun for them."
Jacob Carpenter, an eighth
grader, says, I'm the group's
event planner. Molly passes
out requests for tutors to
each of us, and we contact
the parent and make arrange-
ments to meet at the library
at times convenient to both of
us. When I was little, I used
to play school and it was fun.
Now I play school for real


and it's still fun only now I'm
really helping someone."
Zaima Barkat is the group
treasurer. She says, "My mom
is a teacher, and I like to hear
her with her students. I want
to be like her. When I tutor, I
feel like I am."
Isabella Tribuiani is a sev-
enth grader who hopes to be-
come a member of the group.
Asked why, she says, "It's fun
to help kids, and I like it when
they catch on."
What do the kids say?
A fourth grader at Deerfield
Beach Elementary, Kiely
Selvanik has been tutored by
Molly for a year. "Molly helps
me with both math and read-
ing," she explains. "We work
on my homework, and I really
like one on one. There are 22
kids in my class and we all ask
the teacher different questions.
She hasn't got time to go over
and over new math things
with each of us. That's what I


like to do until I get it. I feel
more sure of what I'm doing
because Molly takes time to
keep explaining until I really
understand."
Smith is sympathetic to
Kiely. "They are starting to
learn Algebra early in the
fourth grade now. It's not
easy to understand right off.
I think I mostly just reaffirm
what she is doing."
Diaz Tribuiani is Kiely's
friend and neighbor. He
comes to tutoring with Kiely
and likes working with Smith.
"Molly helps me with com-
prehension," he says. "I'm
a third grader at Deerfield
Beach Elementary. There are
20 in my class. We are all
asking the teacher for help
and she just doesn't have time
for each of us. Molly helps
me be sure of my math and
she helps me understand my
reading."

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Tax rate
Continued from page 1
Town Manager Esther Colon
said the town will have to hold
back on some capital improve-
ments.
She said the town already
has decreased staff, and most
employees work 30 hours.
Colon said they saved millions
by changing fire-rescue depart-
ments.
Commissioner Stuart Dodd
said he was happy with the
3.990 millage but would like
more facts and figures on the
town's debt before making a
decision. And he asked that
all subcontractors be asked to
forego automatic pay increases.
Currently, the Volunteer Fire


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Department, or VFD, and
American Medical Response,
the EMS provider, get 4 per-
cent annual increases, and the
Broward Sheriff's Office gets
a 5.3 percent annual increase.
Commissioners also
agreed they would prefer to
keep the fire assessment rate
at $130 for residential proper-
ties rather than having a vari-
able rate for five years.
Dodd questioned whether
the VFD's beach patrol
shouldn't be considered part
of EMS. Commissioner Jim
Silverstone, a member of the
VFD, said the Fire-Rescue
Department doesn't perform
medical services other than
basic first aid.
In discussing proposed


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"We are excited to
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capital improvements, Colon
noted that the town has $1
million in cash in the bank
from Oriana for improve-
ments to El Mar Drive.
With the same millage
rate as last year, she said they
could also go ahead with
scenic highway improvements
along A1A. Florida Depart-
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from Pine Avenue to Terra
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tentative approval of more
than $600,000 for the project
with the town providing some
matching funds.
Colon said the commis-
sion also could move forward
with a reef habitat project.
She said town administra-
tors will talk with Pompano
Beach about an interlocal
agreement for repairs of
the Terra Mar bridge, now
included in the 2010-2011
budget. "It's not a priority for
them," she said of Pompano.
"We may have to bear the
entire cost."
Mayor Roseann Minnet
noted that even though LBTS
may hold its millage rate,
other entities may choose to
increase their portions of the
tax bill.
She said the commission
needs to look at the full year
and not continue to decrease
fees.
In July, Colon said she
will mostly likely suggest a
higher millage number. "You
can reduce it,, but not increase
it," she said.
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Fireworks need to go west in

favor of safer environment
Independence Day recalls brave revolutionaries who
sought to build a new country, July 4th celebrations
must not become a day to destroy part of that country

Last week, Pompano Beach Commissioners stood in the majority behind
beach residents who want their library kept open.
The building is a modest library, a monument to the 70s and a hub for
beach residents.
Commissioners did the right thing and so did the citizens who took the
time to save all those books.
But there is more on the beach than the wonderful library, and here com-
missioners need to so some homework.
The best thing about the beach, beyond the beach itself, is the entity that
makes it a beach, the Atlantic Ocean.
Environmentalists are suggesting that fireworks, launched from a barge
on the ocean every year on July 4, are not in the best interest of two corals,
the Elkhorn and the Staghorn, and the nesting sea turtles.
This week the commission is considering moving the celebration west to
Isle Casino if they can't have it on the beach.
We think the fireworks should go west, and commissioners err on the
side of protecting the beach, the ocean and the corals that have recently been
designated as "critical habitats."
When it comes to the environment, there are always many sides. Two
of those sides are those who spend their lives studying the environment and
those who don't believe the results of their studies.
We think it's best to let the experts make the decision when it comes to
the ocean. We don't like the thought of a future ocean without the myriad
habitats filled with communities ranging from microscopic organisms to
sharks and manatees.
Lou Fisher, an environmentalist for Broward County says nesting turtles
have no interest in the beaches on July 4th. In some cases, they spill their
eggs in the ocean rather than risk the thunderous explosions from the barges
for the 20 to 25 minute show of fireworks.
Another thought the cost for beach fireworks on the, beach is close to
$100,000. Should commissioners remember the 12 employees who lost their
jobs due to budget cuts recently? The money could pretty much put them
back on the payroll.
The days of frivolous spending and disregard of the environment are
over. Who'in government will stand up and admit that 'revolutionary' idea?


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Hurricane
Continued from page 1


Sherri Dicken and Karl Jesaitis staff Deerfield's Hurricane Survival House on FAU Research Park
Blvd.

roaring through air vents and lifting off roofs cost a very few dollars. The vents
are measured and the covers built to be slipped into place when a storm ap-
proaches.
It costs $150 to secure a garage door, one of the three danger zones in a
house, along with the windows and doors.
Roof systems and shutters now withstand the biggest of blows. One of the
newest shutters is made of mesh. The light comes in; the people inside can see
out.
All these products enable those of us living in hurricane zones to ride out
storms with little damage and even less discomfort.
If everyone were prepared, hurricanes would become more about hype than
harm.
But that's not the case. The biggest fear for anyone who works the storms is
complacency. Sherri Dicken, administrative coordinator of Deerfield's Hurri-
cane Survival House, said people were negligent about their safety after Hurri-
cane Wilma roared through west Broward and were upset about taking precau-
tions when another storm threatened and then didn't strike.
"Instead of being relieved, they were annoyed," Dicken said.
All the products listed above and a lot more information about hurricanes
- are available to the public at the Hurricane Survival House. There, visitors get
an up-close glimpse at what havoc storms have caused and a hands-on feel of
the products that can alleviate some of that havoc. The newest showroom is out-
doors and shows the 'guts' of three different roofs built to category 5 standards
Homes in South Florida are now built to withstand a category 3 storm. It costs
about 10 percent more to construct to a category 5, Dicken said.
She and Karl Jesaitis, who is developing the software to provide visitors a
virtual tour of the house, staff the facility.
Dickin has developed programs at the house that appeal to young and old.
Hundreds of students tour the house and she inserts fun and games into her talk
about the importance of preparedness. Adults appreciate the video of neighbors
in Punta Gorda, one whose home withstood Hurricane Charley, the other who
lost everything. The difference there? Old construction versus the new codes
and materials.
"Living in South Florida, being prepared is not a luxury, it's a necessity,"
Dicken said.
Jesaitis stresses that it is up to each person to insure his own and his family's
safety.
"Being safe in a hurricane is everyone's personal responsibility," he said.
Imagine a city completely retrofitted with category 5 roofs and shutters,
garage door supports, vent covers, generators kept safely outside the house, and
55-gallon bags of water inside the house as a storm approaches.
Discounting a storm surge or a tornado, it's easy to imagine that after the
storm landscaping would be the greatest casualty and there would be a quick
return to normalcy.
That's not just a vision for the future.
For savvy Floridians, it can be the vision of today.
'Hurricane Survival House, 1345 FAU Research Park Blvd., Deerfield Beach,
954-426-6887. Open daily to the public.


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Cats Exclusive, a No-
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South Florida No-Kill Adop-
tion Fair June 20 at the War
Memorial Auditorium in Fort
Lauderdale. Other groups will
participate in the fair includ-
ing Noah's Ark, Broward
Ferret Rescue and PAWS. For
more information, call 954-
975-8349.

Classic Car

show
Wahoo's Sports Bar &
Grill in Lighthouse Point will
host its First Annual Clas-
sic Car Show on Flag Day,
June 14. The event will take
place from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. at
Wahoo's Sports Bar & Grill,
3128 N. Federal wy.. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Making
Strides Against Cancer group.
Pompano OK Tires is the
show sponsor. To register call
Jeff Miranda at 954-785-6388.

Bridge

league

to host

tournament

in Deerfield

Beach
Bridge players are in-
vited to the Regional Bridge
Tournament, sponsored by
the American Contract Bridge
League, June 29 through
July 5 at the Hilton Deerfield
Beach, 100 Fairway Drive,
Deerfield Beach, at 1-95 and
Hillsboro Boulevard. Cost to
play is $12.
Beginners to master
bridge players will play at this
tournament.
Call 954-529-5512 or
954-565-3127.


Vizcaya By The Sea offers a retirement lifestyle near the

ocean plus all of the individual assistance residents need


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
This boutique assisted liv-
ing, rental residence provides
seniors with a carefree life in
an ideal Florida setting, across
the street from the ocean with
views of the Intracoastal Wa-
terway. The new owner, Joe
Williams, reopened Vizcaya
By The Sea just a few weeks
ago after a complete one-year
remodel. In a prime location
at 1621 N. Ocean Blvd. in
Pompano Beach, the totally
redecorated, distinctively
appointed two story eleva-
tor building boasts a richly
landscaped central courtyard
with comfortable sitting areas
for the outdoor pleasure of the
residents.
AFL licensed by Florida
Agency for Healthcare Ad-
ministration, Vizcaya provides
an attractive and comfort-
able home to a capacity of 95
residents in semi and private,
handsomely decorated and
furnished rooms.
"Of course our residents
can bring their own favorite
art work and furnishings to
personalize their new quarters
if they wish," Williams says.
"We have ADA or Ameri-
can Disability Act, approved
rooms with roll-in showers.
All of our bathrooms have
ADA toilets, grab bars etc."
"It's great not to have to
think about cooking, laun-
dry or housekeeping," says
Barbara Lester one of the
first move-ins. "And there's
always someone to remind
me to take my medications at
the right time. I'm even able
to specify a lunch preference.
Today they are having chili,
and I'd rather have cottage
cheese and fruit. The chef
was happy to give me what I
wanted."
Residents have access to
all of the amenities of daily
living including personal-


ized services and assistance
from staff CNAs, or Certi-
fied Nurse Assistants, with
bathing, dressing, grooming,
showering, shaving etc.
Services include private
and semi-private rooms, laun-
dry service, three meals and
snacks daily and medication
management on site.
Arrangements can be
made for on-site private
nurses, x-rays, blood work
and other medical tests.
Appointments with doctors,
pharmacies, dentists, home
health, physical and occupa-
tional therapy, psychotherapy,
podiatry, audiologist are
available as needed.
Marketing Director, Suzi
Mautner says she's impressed


Suzi Mautner, marketing director, and Sherri Issa, licensed clinical social worker,
spend a moment in the large shaded courtyard of Vizcaya By The Sea to talk
about the advantages of life in this totally renovated senior rental assisted living
residence.


Vizcaya residents Barbara Lester chats with Peggy Love, nursing staff and Vizcaya owner Joe WIlliams.


with the service available at
Vizcaya. "Our staff is warm,
loving and bilingual. Small
pets are allowed if the resident
can provide the care and oc-
cupies private quarters. Most
seniors love pets who .love
them back unconditionally."
Sherri Issa, founder of
Thera Counseling Senior
Counseling and Advocacy, is


a frequent visiting consultant.
She explains. "I'm a psycho-
therapist and licensed clinical
social worker. My company
provides a variety of services
to these residents and their
loved ones. We assist older
adults in applying for and re-
ceiving under utilized benefits
that they often are unaware of
but are entitled to. This is an


important service which often
results in extra monthly cash
enabling residents a more af-
fordable lifestyle."
Resident Owen Lee
Brown is a Vietnam War Vet-
eran who receives Veteran's
benefits that provide him
with a substantial income for
life. Brown says, "I followed


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Tutors
Continued from page 4
Here's what the
Moms had to say
Dawn Silvanik, Kiely's
mom, gives high praise to
Molly and the program.
"Molly has been tutoring my
daughter and Diaz once a
week for a year. They both


like her so much they want to
come each week. She helps
them review material and
makes it exciting for them.
We've seen real improvement
in their test marks and on their
report cards."
Kim Smith, Molly's mother
is the Administrative Secre-
tary in the City Clerk's Office.
A definite supporter of the
Teen Advisory Group, she has


produced program flyers about
the free tutoring program in
Spanish and English to recruit
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grew up in South America and
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mother and her daughter,
Molly, have lunch and speak
only Spanish during their time


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people. "They're generous
with their time. They relate
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Vizcaya
Continued from page 7
a good friend who moved in
here. I love the food, the staff,
the privacy, the views and
the ocean which I visit every
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Mautner ticks off the ac-
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Fireworks
Continued from page 1
turtle nesting season.
Formal consultations
have been initiated," Fisher
said.
He added that these con-
sultations can take up to 130
days before a permit can be
approved.
Ironically, offshore in
Pompano Beach, the corals
are flourishing, Fisher adds.
As for the turtles, Fisher
added another bit of news re-
garding these aquatic reptiles.
"Nesting figures go down
dramatically on the evening
of July 4 and the following
day."


Cresthaven

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meet June 18

The Cresthaven Neigh-
borhood Watch group will
meet June 18 at 7 p.m. at St.
Elizabeth's Social Hall, 901
NE 33 St., Pompano Beach.
The public is welcome to
come and hear former police
officer and Brinks security
officer Bob Slone. He will dis-
cuss ways to prevent crime at
home and in neighborhoods.


Beaudreau says the Isle
Casino, located in West
Pompano Beach on Powerline
Road, would be the best spot
for the event if the permitting
process fails. He has already
been negotiating that pos-
sibility. Mayor Lamar Fisher
says he is concerned that this
new crisis might "jeopardize
the celebration. It's a timing
issue.
"We have to have enough
time to let the citizens know
where the event will take
place. We want everyone to
celebrate this national Inde-
pendence day," Fisher said.
Said Beaudreau, "We are
feverishly working on our
directive to return the event
to the beach. We are equally
concerned with providing a
plan B should that not ma-
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But financially, if the
move went to the Isle, the city
would save close to $50,000
for the event. Beach fireworks
will cost $93, 810. And that
could go higher if we have to
add additional BSO patrols
to monitor the people on the
beach who could damage the
turtle nests. Moving to the Isle
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"The big cost for fire-
works is the barge," said
Beaudreau.
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell said he would like
to keep it on the beach. "We
have had sponsor donations;
hotels have booked guests,
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100 city employees, their
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night.
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Lighthouse

leadership
Arthur Makenian has been
re-elected president of the
Hillsboro Lighthouse Preser-
vation Society Board of Direc-
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was Dan Gordon, secretary,
Jack Burrie; treasurer, Charles
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PELICAN WRITER
Vice Mayor Jerry Mc-
Intee says he now has proof
that "everyone loves Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea."
He says the proof came
Sunday night when 10 mana-
tees were swimming north,
one female pursued by nine
males. The nine males fol-
lowed her to the beach.
Calls started coming in to
911 about 10 beached whales.
Crews started to show
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He advised that what the
manatees were doing was
natural and nothing to worry
about. They were mating.
The only problem might be if
they had trouble getting back
out to sea in low tide.
The volunteers remained
until 4:30 a.m. and observed
the manatees swim out to sea.
"I'm happy that you were
on top of that," Mayor Rose-
ann Minnet said to McIntee.
"I'm happy you were there to
make sure all went well with
manatee breeding."

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Jazz greats
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Church School
to hold garage
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The public is invited to
attend the First Christian
Church Day School garage
sale on June 20 from 8
a.m. to noon at the church,
1860 NE 39 St., Pompano
Beach. Proceeds will fund the
purchase of a bounce house
water slide and other school
expenses. Call 954-942-2515.

Senior club to
host meeting
The North Broward Se-
nior Citizens Club will hold its
business meeting July 2 at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Cen-
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Beach, at 1 p.m. Free blood
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Lighthouse Point Chamber elects new board, starts

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Michele Greene, presi-
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underway at the chamber
including the 6th Annual Taste
of Lighthoudse Point which
continues its venue at the
Yacht Club.
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Julie Wheeler, member-
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Sydnee Renard, social chair,
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Julie Wheeler reported
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chamber last month. She
spoke about her summer proj-
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Homes in Haiti. Rachel has
raised over $11,000 person-
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donation for $20,000 has also
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business, contact Michele
Greene, president at 954-
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SunTrust Hosts Sydnee Renard, Adriano Allemand, Steve Schwartz and
Michele Greene, chamber president [Photos courtesy of the Lighthouse Point
Chamber]


New Member Plaque Presentation David Moore, CPA; Gary Becherer,
Valpak; Mary Griffin, Food for the Poor; Julie Adler Mahfood, Campbell &
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Summer camp invites kids to
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noon daily, Mondays through Fridays, June 23 through 27, July
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Friday Evening Services at 8:00 p.m.
Shabbat morning Services at 9:30 a.m.
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ST. COLEMAN
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1200 S. Federal Hwy
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Garage $119,000. Lease $1020
+ Maintenance. Also Beach
Condo $265,000. Holstein RE.
954-781-6902. 6/12

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22'Patio On ICW. 2 Blocks
To Beach. $195,000. Call
954-942-2539.

FOR SALE BY OWNER -
55+. Century Village Deerfield
1/1. NewCarpet, Paint, Ceiling
Fans & Light Fixtures. Extra
Clean. $29,900. 561-271-
4761. 7/3

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Reduced Price $69,900.
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9249.

SPECTACULAR CONDO
2/2 -10th Floor. Panoramic
Views! ICW, Ocean &
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Hasa New Facelift.No Pets.
$282,000. Susan Nilsen
Realty. 954-732-2038. 6/12

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BBQ. $119,000. Call 954-
234-3644.6/26

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Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C

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Apt On 14th Street By The
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BLOCKTo Ocean. 1/1 Fully
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Doors. Pool/Laundry. Thru
December $800/Mo. 954-
540-9724.


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Beach 2/2. Covered
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Building. No Pets/Smoking.
Watch The Yachts Go By!!
$1100MonthYrly.631-885-
3342. 6/12-

POMPANO 1/1.5
WATERFRONT Condo
Furn/Unfurn. Large
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Water. New Central A/C.
Tiled Throughout. Pets
OK. $850 Month. Call Paul
954-979-3005 Or 954-562-
8467.

POMPANO BEACH E Of
Federal. 1/1 Unfurnished
Condo. No Pets. $600
Month Yearly. More Info'
954-263-7129.

POMPANO BEACH E Of
US 1. 2/2 Condo Near
Everything. Pool/BBQ.
Approval Required. $925
Per Month. Please Call
954-234-3644. PALM-AIRE
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2/2. Lease With Option To.
Purchase. 1st Floor. Great
View & Parking. $1100
Month. 413-244-2807. 7/3

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FOR RENT. Remodeled,
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545-5599.

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1 Bath. East Of Federal. Walk
To Everything. Tiled, Patio.
$700 Mo. F/L/S. 954-295-
8908. 6/12


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7368.6/26

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