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Pompano Beach

joins lawsuit

against Florida

governor
Law gives developers the
edge, taxpayers the bills
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
On Tuesday, Pompano Beach
commissioners agreed to join the City
of Weston in a lawsuit against Florida
Governor Charlie Crist contributing
$2.500 to a legal fund established by
Weiss, Serota, Helfman, a Fort Lauder-
dale Law firm.
Angst has arisen among city of-
ficials throughout the county regarding
what has been referred to as the "de-
velopers" bill, Senate Bill 360, signed
by Crist on June 1 in Tallahassee.
The bill, now a law, waives certain
requirements of developers such as
impact fees, fees used to build schools
and create infrastructure to accommo-
date new developments.
Pompano Beach will join other cit-
ies in what some officials are calling an
"unconstitutional" law.
John Flint, city manager of
Weston, says there are two counts in
the complaint. "The Florida Constitu-
tion requires that every bill shall em-
brace one subject. This bill embraces
three subjects: growth management,
affordable housing and security cam-
eras on retail stores. The second count
states that the Florida Legislature shall
pass no laws with unfunded mandates.
This law mandates local governments
expend funds to amend their compre-
hensive land use plan. To amend a
comprehensive plan will run $30,000
to $50,000. It's a laborious process."
This law no longer allows trans-
portation concurrency.
Flint explains. "Prior to June 1,
when a developer came in to build a
project that may have needed a left
turn lane or a signal light at an inter-
section or a road widened, the devel-
oper was required to pay for that. After
June 1, that's no longer the case. Now
it's 'Mr. Developer, you no longer have
to pay for that. Mr. and Mrs. Taxpayer,
you will now pay for that.' The burden
is being shifted from the developer to
the taxpayer."
In addition, the law provides de-
velopers with a two-year extension on
building permits.
See LAWSUIT on page 5


"First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to
achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man
on the moon and returning him safely to the earth."
-President John F. Kennedy, May 25, 1961


By Chris Mullon
PELICAN CONTRIBUTOR
It was 40-years ago that Apollo 11
rose slowly and magnificently into the
blue afternoon sky. Standing in the
press area near the Vertical Assembly
Building with others also covering
the launch, we knew that this was the
opening moment of the most spec-
tacular week in the history of human
achievement. At least so we hoped.
And, as it turned out, it was. Three


men went to the moon, two walked on
the its surface and all three returned.
Apollo 11 was gargantuan in size
and the noise at liftoff carried for
many miles. At the press site during
ignition and for a good half minute
after our ears hurt and our bodies were
buffeted by the intense sound.
It was painful.
NASA briefing officials joked that
should there be an explosion at liftoff,
See APOLLO on page 2


Hillsboro

commissioners

weigh cost of

renovating water

plant
Consumers will likely see
increase in bills
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach residents can expect
to pay more for water in the coming
years as the town renovates its aging
water plant. If commissioners sched-
ule the plant repairs in phases, next
year's bill for the average user will
increase $1.86 per moth with steady
annual increases of four percent.
If the commission takes the more
unlikely route of going forward with
all three phases of the work, consumer
bills would go from the current $37.16
a month to $46.45 in 2010 and up to
$52.25 in the year 2013.
See WATER on page 10

LBTS residents

oppose BSO

chief's removal
Some call for resignations of
town officials

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
The abrupt removal of a popular
Broward Sheriff's Office district chief
remained on the minds of many resi-
dents at this week's Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea Town Commission meeting.
On June 26, the town manager re-
quested a transfer of BSO Chief Scott
Gooding claiming he had been insub-
ordinate when cutbacks to the town's
new police building were revealed.
During public comments at Tues-
day's meeting, some residents called
for commissioners to urge the town
manager to reconsider her decision
and reinstate Chief Scott Gooding.
Others said commissioners who
supported Colon's move should resign.
Adam Geesey was among those
calling for Gooding's immediate rein-
statement.
"If (Esther) Colon acted alone, call
for her immediate removal," Geesey
suggested. "But I believe there was
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more involved." He said
commissioners and the mayor
should be sworn by the town
attorney that they had noth-
ing to do with his removal.
We don't have to wait until
March. Citizens can initiate a
petition and throw these bums
out of office now," Geesey
said.
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she united the town against
the evil doings on the dais,"
one resident noted. "Residents
saw it as a conspiracy by a rag
tag team. Give this town back
to the people." He added that
Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee,
Commissioner Jim Silver-
stone and Commissioner
Birute Clottey should immedi-
ately turn in their resignations.
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manager to reinstate Gooding
at a special meeting June 30.
Mayor Roseann Minnet
said she was disappointed that
at the special meeting regard-
ing Gooding's removal, "The
will of the people was clearly
stated and ignored."
Clottey said the town
manager had the right to do
what she did. "I wish she had
spoken to commissioners be-
fore, but she didn't have to."
She urged Colon to consult
with the commission before
making such decisions again.
"I hope she doesn't do this
again. I don't think we need to
slap her around."
Clottey said the police
deserve better facilities. "But
does it need to be done luxuri-
ously? Does it have to be the
fanciest in town?"
Many residents have
speculated that removing
Gooding was the start of a
move to form a town police
department.
Clottey said that to imply
[the town manager] is about to


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Silverstone said he has
never talked with Colon about
getting rid of BSO and had no
prior contact with her about
Gooding's removal. He said
the town has a contract with
BSO through 2011, and the
town is getting a good deal.
"People are calling the
BSO officers and saying they
will be out of here in three
months," Silverstone said.
"When the contract is up,
that's another matter. Then we
will ask the tough questions."
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd, who supported reinstat-
ing Gooding at the special
meeting, said he has conveyed
his apologies to Sheriff Al
Lamberti.
Dodd said the manager
used incorrect grounds (in
citing fiscal irresponsibility)
to ask for Gooding's replace-
ment. "It was the chief's re-
sponsibility to notify us of his
wish list," Dodd said. "He has
no jurisdiction over expen-
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Dodd said he is 100 per-
cent against the town's form-
ing its own police department.
McIntee said the mini-
mum it would take to create a
town police department would
be 18 months to two years.
"Anyone who says we are tak-
ing over the police department
is in the clouds. It couldn't be
a secret process. Everything is
public."
McIntee said it would be
impossible to throw out BSO
in 90 days. "Could it happen
(later)? I don't know. If it
gets to the stage where BSO
costs are real high, we will
try to take it to the citizens to
decide. You can't just secretly
create a police department.
It's absolutely not true. Some-
one is leading you down the
wrong road," he said about
rumors and published reports
to the contrary.
Dodd said he had received
a number of calls from resi-
dents urging the commission
to get rid of the town manager
instead of the chief. He said
he doesn't want to terminate
the town manager but would
like to review her contract,
which calls for her to receive
one year's salary if she is
terminated.
He'said she reportedly
drew up the contract.
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debris as heavy as 100 lbs
could land where we would be
standing.
On that day, the number
of watchers climbed to the
hundreds of thousands. No
one will ever know how many
saw Apollo as it arced across
the sky visible as far west as
Orlando and south to Palm
Beach.
The press tour was im-
pressive, and driving to the
site I didn't know it, but I
drove right by my future wife
who was working in a small
temporary building near the
gate.
The tour was held the
day before on the 15th. We
climbed into buses and got as
close as one half-mile from
the rocket.
Celebrities also took the
junket Hugh O'Brian star
of Wyatt Earp was in our
two-bus group. My seatmate,
who took the picture of me
in front of Apollo 11, was a
Swiss magazine editor named
Oswald Iten who told me he
was a Communist.
So yes there were Com-
munists taking photos of
Apollo 11. We ended up in the
Vertical Assembly Building,
or VAB, then one of the larg-
est buildings ever built where
they were already starting to


assemble Apollo 12.
Before the launch, the
atmosphere was electric.
Everyone was excited about
what was about to happen.
This was a treat for me.
I had grown up in Cocoa
Beach, and my family lived
there. I had missed most
of the Gemini and Apollo
launches while attending the
University of Florida.
Although I was employed
parttime by radio stations
WRUF and WRUF FM sta-
tions, my press request was
turned down.
But because of a family
connection, I got a last minute
reprieve and was granted a
pass. This was also a treat
because the stations had no
real interest, so I had no story
to file. With nothing else to do
I ended up as the only radio
station photographer in the
press corps.
There were a number of
celebrities in the press area in-


cluding author Ayn Rand and
noted conservative William F.
Buckley.
I was sitting on a trunk in
the shade when Buckley ap-
proached me and said "Chris
if you don't mind would you
get up for a second. I need
to get my cameras out of my
trunk." We knew each other's
names from the large print
name tags on our shirts.
I was just finishing the
eighth grade some eight years
earlier when a youthful and
inspiring president, John F.
Kennedy had thrown down
the gauntlet and said that
we would land a man on the
moon and bring him back
safely by the end of the de-
cade, and we did it. A launch
so beautiful, it seemed it was
just the beginning of our entry
into space travel. But less than
three and one-half years later
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Deerfield Beach
Briefs

City manager

hires

assistant

manager
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Heeding the requests of
some Deerfield Beach com-
missioners, City Manager
Mike Mahaney has hired an
assistant.
Macon Sammons Jr., 61,
a public administrator with 30
years experience in manage-
ment and municipal planning
began work Monday at a start-
ing salary of $142,000. He
comes here from Mt. Airy, NC
where his last position was
as manager of Surry County,
NC.
Sammons holds a masters
degree in planning and public
management from Virginia
Tech and earned his bachelors
in fine arts and economics
from the College of William
& Mary.
Mahaney has classified
Sammons as a temporary
assistant city manager who
will assist him in developing,
coordinating and implement-
ing special projects, acting as
a liaison between the manager
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PELICAN STAFF
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and this story certainly quali-
fies. Forest Lawn ,with three
locations in Broward County,
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service for homeless veterans.
Chairman of the effort,
Richard Sanacore, Forest
Lawn and co-chair, Marge
Muth, Kraeer, enthusiastically
took on this responsibility
recently following a presen-


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by retired Major General Bill
Branson who is the founder
and national spokesperson for
this program.
Sanacore says, "We hope
this program will spread
throughout the nation. Out of
the estimated 600,000 home-
less people in our country,
one third are thought to be
veterans. Sadly, some will
still be homeless when they
pass away. We don't want to
see these folks, who served
our country, end up in Potter's
Field without honors or
recognition to spend eternity
in unmarked graves. They
deserve a decent burial. If


they are in Broward County,
and no family can be found,
we are going to see that they
get it."
Muth adds, "Even though
our government provides
cemetery space, up until now
no one has provided actual
services. The Dignity Memo-
rial Homeless Veterans Burial
Program is partnering with
various Veteran Service Orga-
nizations, the Department of
Veteran Affairs, medical ex-
aminers, coroners and veteran
advocates.
We will provide removal,
casket or urn, chaplain con-
ducted services and transport
to the actual burial site in the


Florida National Cemetery in
Lake Worth."
Sanacore calls this, "a
much needed service which
is our way to pay back these
homeless veterans with no
family for their service to our
country. I'm a Marine who
remembers that old slogan,
'Never leave our dead on the
battle field.' This program is
an extension of our existing
pro-veterans programs," he
explains. "We have a travel-'
ing replica of the Vietnam
Wall which will be arriving
here for public display late
this year. Visitors who will


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Flint says it's never a
good time to do that to tax-
payers.
"The developer is benefit-
ing the greatest by being al-
lowed to develop the property.
Why should the taxpayer
benefit the single developer?
That makes no sense," Flint
adds.
Pompano Beach Com-
missioner George Brummer
adds, "This law represents an
invasion of home rule. We are
supposed to rule ourselves
according to the state consti-
tution. One part of the law is
a requirement that we forego
concurrency It hampers us
by not making demands on
a developer. It removes our
flexibility. Permits are good
for two years. We can't tell
someone to do something.
The land can sit there. We
lose income from permit
fees."
Broward School Board
member, Dr. Bob Parks calls
the bill "manna from heaven
for developers. This will
cause major consequences
for cities and schools. The
bill takes control out of
city hands, and there is no
process for procedures for
services [providing a desk
in a classroom for example].
Developers no longer have to
worry about classroom size.
They can build whatever they
want, and the taxpayers will
have to pay for the portables.


How They Voted on Senate

Bill 360
State Rep. Gwendolyn Clarke-Reed [Dist. 92] -Nay
State Rep. Ellyn Bogdanoff [Dist. 91] No vote
Senator Jeff Atwater [District 25] Yea
Rep. Adam Hasner [Dist. 87] Yea


So far, the state has cost Bro-
ward County $92 million in
unfunded mandates."
But not all cities are
jumping on the lawsuit band-
wagon.
"It doesn't have that
much effect on us. We have
a built-out city, and there are
no new developments going
on," said Gary Resnick, chair
of the Broward League of
Cities and Mayor of Wilton
Manors. Resnick added that
the League took no position
on the legal challenge and
left it up to individual cities.
But Wilton Manors Com-
missioner Scot Newton said
the item has never been put
on the agenda or discussed at
the city level.
Flint cautions some cities
that feel exempt from the
law.
"Some cities may not
realize the impact of this.
Let's say on the border of
Pompano Beach, Deerfield
Beach wanted to build a
development. Deerfield lets
the project go through, but
all the traffic impacts are in
Pompano Beach. With no
traffic concurrency in place,
Deerfield Beach gets all the


benefits from the project, and
Pompano Beach would get
the entire burden and have no
recourse. A city can't look at
this in a vacuum and say this
has no impact. They have to
look at their borders as well
and see the potential in the
future."
This law now puts trans-
portation concurrency on the
developer, according to.Flint.
Eight cities and one
county have joined the law-
suit against the Florida gov-
ernor, speaker of the house,
president of the senate and
secretary of state. The suit
was filed on July 2 in Leon
County.
"We would not have filed
this lawsuit if we didn't think
Swe had a good chance to
prevail," said Flint.
Deerfield Beach, Pom-
pano Beach, Weston, Village
of Key Biscayne, Cutler Bay.
Lee County, Miami Gar-
dens. Fruitland Park in Lake
County, and Parkland are the
first cities listed as part of the
lawsuit.
Lighthouse Point has not
discussed the item. Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea voted
against joining the lawsuit.


Hillsboro Lighthouse tour

set for July 25
The Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society announces the
fourth tour of the historic Hillsboro Lighthouse for 2009. This
tour of the 102 year old Lighthouse will be on Saturday, July
25. Registration begins at 8:45 a.m. first come, first served.
Transportation to the historic Hillsboro Inlet Light Station is
by tour boat to the new Coast Guard dock. The first 49 passen-
ger shuttle will depart the Sands Harbor Hotel's north dock as
soon as it is filled and runs about every 50 minutes thereafter.
The last tour boat with passengers to the lighthouse will leave
about 2:45 p.m. The USCG closes the Station about 4:30 PM
and anyone left at the Lighthouse Station will return at that
time. The boat ride is included with any HLPS membership and
non-members pay $15 per person.
For additional information on the history of the lighthouse
station, the inlet, the Barefoot Mailman, shipwrecks, or to view
the many photographs and drawings, see our website at www.
HillsboroLighthouse.org. The HLPS Gift Shop will be open
at the station with lighthouse merchandise for sale. Cash or
checks are honored, but not credit cards.
Park your car at the Pompano Beach City Parking Lot on N.
Riverside Dr., 1-1/2 blocks north of Atlantic Blvd., the first
street east of the Intracoastal Waterway bridge. Parking is
$1 per hour and allow 3 hours for the boat rides and time at
the Lighthouse Station. If you plan to picnic, allow 4 hours
minimum. From the lot, walk west across the street to the
Sands Harbor Hotel's north dock on the Intracoastal Waterway,
located at 125 N. Riverside Dr. in Pompano Beach.
Remember, toclimb the lighthouse no open-toed shoes or
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LBTS commissioners take scathing

from town manager on the chin
"I will not have one commissioner tell me how to do my job, who to fire
and respond to rumors out here. It's not how I work. I follow the law and
do my job. You re the politicians. I'm not. You set policy; I don't."
Esther Colon Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Town Manager
Those words were literally spoken from one employee to her liege of bosses,
the five town commissioners, who mildly changed the subject after being hand-
ily scolded.
It's interesting that Colon says she fired the town's BSO police chief for "in-
subordination," and got a majority approval from the commission for the act.
Note that Mayor Roseanne Minnet and Commissioner Stuart Dodd were not
part of that approval.
Colon said she had not discussed the BSO 'insubordination' with any of the
commissioners, a fact not totally accepted by the audience.
Colon's insubordination was in public and recorded on live television as the
above statement details.
Shame on her for her own insubordination to her commissioners, vice mayor
and mayor. She has forgotten that each of these elected officials represent the
citizenry of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
Her arrogance should have immediately resulted in the commission firing her
on the spot. Instead her display of unbridled arrogance led to compliments. Said
Vice Mayor Jerry. McIntee, her biggest fan, "Hundreds tell me they love Esther
Colon. She's honest, sincere and can be trusted."
Colon treats her bosses like buffoons who need to be regularly put in their
places. Her place should now be in the unemployment line--with cause.
The only hope for this beautiful town that was formerly beautiful and serene,
is for the voters to remove three power-hungry officials and replace them with
three worthy leaders who can help Minnet and Dodd demand respect for the
elected officials and move the town in the right direction.


Why do people continually

sabatoge their own desires?

Dear Debbie,


It seems as though every time I get close to what
I want I become negative and sabotage myself. For
example I was looking for a job, found exactly what I
want and during the waiting period I became so nega-
tive in my thinking I think I ruined it by calling them
too much and just putting out the wrong energy. Can
you help? TS

It is true that the closer we get to what we want the
more likely we will do something to sabotage it. The
reason is often because the ego wants us to stay the
way we are, so that it can be in control. Sabotage
maintains the status quo, allowing what is to continue
to exist.
For example, when you first make a decision it feels
great, and then the ego comes into play to tell you
otherwise. Negative thoughts start entering your mind
that has you second guessing yourself, creating emo-
tions like fear, guilt, etc. These emotions can become
so uncomfortable that you may feel the need to do
something like make that phone call again to alleviate
the discomfort.
When making a decision your first initial gut reaction
is important to remember, since what comes next is a


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trick of the ego. We can be in control of our ego by becoming aware of its pro-
cess. Once we are aware, we can then see the negative thoughts and emotions
for what they are, just sabotage. When a negative thought enters your mind, first
ask yourself "Do I really want this to happen?" If your answer is no, you have
a choice at that moment, to continue in the negative or to focus on your original
intention. Taking a moment to close your eyes and visualize what it is that you
want will create the positive energy and space for it to occur. This is the aware-
ness needed to create what you want in your life.




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Pompano Dog Park plans tabled to resolve costs


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach Com-
missioners had their pen-
cils sharpened on Tuesday,
looking for ways to cut costs
for the city's first dog park,
a venture that has more than
doubled its costs since its
inception three years ago.
After an unveiling of ad-


ditional costs not considered
in the original plans, the park
approval was tabled to July
28.
Originally priced at less
than $100,000, new costs,
with some unanticipated by
city staff, totaled close to
$200,000 after the city's ar-
chitectural committee added
a more expensive picket fence
for the area of the park that


fronts U.S. Highway 1.
Other costs included tree
removal, purchase of more
trees to provide shade and
landscaping, city permits, a
land survey and more ameni-
ties for the canines and their
owners, including benches
and water fountains.
But to some, the park
See DOG PARK on page 15


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"That seems excessive,"
Dodd said, and then asked the
staff to investigate other mu-
nicipalities' contract termina-
tion agreements and ways to
minimize termination costs.
He also asked for the
town attorney to be prepared
to answer questions on how to


change the contract. "I don't
think two years in a position
warrants one year's salary in
severance pay," Dodd said.
Clottey said commission-
ers, not staff, should gather
the information on other
towns.
Silverstone asked Colon if
she drew up her contract.
Colon said the former
town attorney did, with the
former commission. She said


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She's honest, sincere and can
be trusted."
Colon said many resi-
dents support her, many don't.
"I'm not changing my ways."
She said that before becom-
ing manager she worked as
assistant town manager many


times and was never compen-
sated for it and never asked
to be.
"I know I am more than
competent. I won't bend
for any elected official that
doesn't like my management
style," Colon said.
"I will not have one
commissioner tell me how to
do my job, who to fire and
respond to rumors out here.
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reef project and use the funds
instead for police facilities
in the public services build-
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with McIntee, Silverstone and
Clottey prevailing.
Lt. Angelo Cedeno,
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named interim BSO chief. A
chief will be named by the
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issues. His job status does not
include a benefit package nor
stipends for lodging and travel
to his home in Mt. Airy.
Prior to his four years as
chief administrator for Surry
County, Sammons was a
county administrator in Flu-
vana County, Va. and Franklin
County, Va.
He and his wife, Candace,
have one daughter.
Sammons is a member of
Rotary International and en-
joys cycling, hiking, camping,
skiing and basketball.
Chief in search of
funds to retain
Deerfield dispatchers
Fire Chief Tony Stravino
is holding conversations with
the Broward Sheriff's De-
partment in hopes of sharing
some of the cost if Deerfield's
fire/rescue dispatchers are
moved to the new Mitigation
Operation Center, or MOC, at
the FAU Research Park.
Stravino said this week,
BSO may develop three
regional communications
centers as backup to its central
dispatch, and he hopes the
MOC will fit its needs in
North Broward.
Stravino is acting upon
Sthe requests of Deerfield
Beach Commissioners who
want to keep fire/rescue
dispatch operators in the city.
Stravino had recommended
transferring that operation to
BSO at an initial savings of
$120,500, but local officials
are reluctant to give up the
local service.
At a recent meeting they
approved $20,000 for Stravi-
no to hire an architectural firm
to find a suitable site at the
MOC for dispatch operations.
The fire chief said the firm
that designed the MOC, Perez
and Perez, will do the survey.
Originally, Stravino estimated
it would cost the city $1
million to bring its dispatch
center up to par. While he
personally favors the central
BSO dispatch, Stravino said
he has a clear understanding
of the direction the commis-
sion wants to take.
Negotiations produce
huge savings on west
well field change order
Public Works Director
Charlie DaBrusco and his
staff lopped $700,000 off an
estimate to move the west
water field electrical and gen-
erator building further from
Waterford subdivision homes.
The contract, first proposed
by the contractor at nearly $1
million, was negotiated down
to $267,877 and was approved
Tuesday by the commission.
Money for the change


order will come from a 2008
bond issue. Some of the
amenities around the genera-
tor building have been cut,
DaBrusco said.
The change order was
necessitated when residents
of Waterford complained that


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Downrite Engineering
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three new water wells. Con-
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week presented the commis-
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that laid out the cost of plant


repairs in three phases for a
total of $4.2 million. Phase 1,
however, covering the most
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his way until finally graduating with a honors. Choosing to
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center in Miami, where he eventually ended up instructing
classes of 30+ on the fundamentals of cooking and nutrition.
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absolute best quality products available- 100 % Grande
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shelf wines grace our kitchens", said Executive Chef Mathew
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This place was no accident; it was carefully decorated and
nurtured by proprietor Paul Carnrick. The small, comfortable


a year.
If phase 2 construction is
also undertaken, the cost rises
to $3.3 million with an annual
debt service of $261,058.
Committing to the third phase
adds another million in costs
and annual debt service of
$348,078.
Vice Mayor Dan Dodge
questioned the consultant's
report. "The figures are the
same as a year ago," he said.
"Many projects I am familiar
with are coming in one-third
less."
Chris Peters agreed but
said company estimators use
historic costs when making
projections. "The costs could
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Courtyard
Continued from page 11
novel items such as the
breakfast quesadilla, brown
sugar banana French toast and
freshly baked warm cinnamon
rolls. It is also the perfect time
to indulge in one of the Court-
yard Cafe's newest hits, one
of their 5 varieties of thirst-
quenching mimosas.
Thanks to a good selection
of wines, frosty beers and
great Sangria, the Courtyard
Caf6 is always an ideal place
to enjoy a beverage indoors or
on the delightful outside patio.
But the menu is not limited
to breakfast. The Courtyard
Caf6 also offers a substantial
array of salads, burgers and
sandwiches.
The Oriental chicken salad
overflows with sweet & sour
poultry, sliced almonds, Chi-
nese noodles, Mandarin orang-
es and sesame ginger dressing.
Other favorites include the
Caesar with grilled salmon,
the Philly Provolone steak and
the classic Cobb salad.
There is also a large selec-
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burgers such as the sirloin, the
chili cheese or the Hawaiian
burger with grilled pineapple,
ham and teriyaki sauce. All
burgers come with coleslaw,
potato salad or fries.
On the sandwich front, the
classic Reuben with corned
beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut
and Thousand Island dressing
is still another choice.
The Albacore tuna melt,
turkey club or Buffalo chicken
wrap are just a few of the
many varieties of outstanding
sandwiches also available.
Daily lunch specials start at
$5.95.
But the story does not end
there. Over the last two years,
the Courtyard Caf6 has also
developed a great dinner menu
featuring such stalwarts as
pot roast, meat loaf and tasty
turkey dinners with all the -
trimmings.
Dinner specials including a
soft drink start at $10.95 and it
is a good idea to bookend your
meal with some of the flavor-
some homemade soups and
desserts.
With most large plates
priced between $6 and $8,
the Courtyard experience will
not deplete your pocketbook.
There is ample free parking in
the back, all major cards are
accepted and wheelchair ac-
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In addition, the Courtyard
Caf6 offers take-out, delivery
and catering. It is also avail-
able for parties and has live
music on Friday nights. And
they will foot the bill up to
$7.99 on your birthday!
For a complete list of menu
items, simply visit the website
where coupons are available
or give them a call.


The Country Griddle packs a flavor punch. Home fries, eggs and a host of
zesty ingredients are covered with a creamy sausage gravy served with a large
biscuit.


Regular visitors to the Courtyard Caf6, Kathy Romano and Heather Wolfe
enjoy the brown sugar banana French toast and breakfast quesadilla specials
during Sunday brunch. "The food here is great. I am especially fond of the Eggs
Benedict" says Kathy. [Staff photo]
The motto that drives
this quaint eatery is clearly
displayed on the wall: "There
are no strangers here, just
friends we haven't met yet."

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Dog park
Continuedfrom page 7
idea had gone out of control.
"Another $98,000, and
you are going close to $200,
000 so a dog can run around
and sniff," said one resident.
"This is prime land on Federal
Highway. I love dogs, but I'll
be damned if I would spend
$200, 000 for a dog [park].
I'll go out and campaign
against everyone one of you.
Grow up."
Lisa Hamburg, president
of The Dog Pack, reiterated
to the commission that these "
costs were not ever part of the
plan.
"The original budget was
incorrect because the city
didn't plan," said Hamburg.
"All we want is a chain link
fence, benches and water."
At one point Mayor Lamar
Fisher went straight to the
numbers asking Robert Mc-
Caughan, director of public
works, where the costs could
be cut, including the picket
fence.
Vice Mayor Brummer took
issue with the city staff.
"I blame our staff who ei-
ther cut [the original] cost in-
tentionally or iricompetently.
This is two times the original
cost. It should have not hap-
pened," Brummer said, add-
ing that he thought the park
should be "decent looking if
it's on Federal Highway."
Using city staff to do a
majority of the labor, planting
city-grown trees and using
chain link instead of a picket
fence scaled nearly $35,000
from the price tag.


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mission
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Approved an ordinance
to require local developers
to install screening materials
around abandoned develop-
ment sites or other sites in
various stages of develop-
ment to mitigate unsightly and
undesirable parcels from the
public eye. Signage will be-al-
lowed, and violations will be
punishable before the special
magistrate.


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ANYONE'S PRICE. CALL
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MUSICIANS
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Volunteer band musicians
wanted for the American Legion
Symphonic Band. Woodwinds,
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especially needed. High school
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SALE
LIGHTHOUSE VILLAGE
$129,000. 2/2 Completely
Remodeled Kitchen &
Baths. Tile Throughout,
Granite Counter Tops. S.S.
Appliances, W/D. Faye @
Balistreri Realty. 954-303-
9249.

CYPRESS BEND 1/1.5. New
A/C & Appliances. Cats OKI
Pool;Gym,Tennis, Hurricane
Shutter. NewRoof. $73,000.
954-968-1122.

POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA 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 C

LBTS SOUTH LEISURE 1
BD/1 BA Ground Flopr, Comer
.Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open,Airy, Bright. Call:
954-493-8894

FOR RENT OR
SALE
POMPANO BEACH -
1BEDROOM 1 BATH Updated
Apt On 14th Street By The
Beach. Rent To Own Owner
Financing. Call 954-941-2600.
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Approval Required. $925
Per Month. Please Call 954-
234-3644.

APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Call Frank 954-
545-5599.

POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath$700 Mo. EastOf Federal.
WalkTo Everything. Tiled, Patio.
F/LS 954-295-8908 7/24

POMPANO/DEERFIELD BY
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Occupancy. Annual &
Short Term. Furnished/
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penthouse. $2000 Mo. Long
Term. Ocean Viewl Nice.
954-868-5560. 7/17
POMPANO BEACH 900'
TO BEACH. Fully Furnished
EfficiencyAnd 1/1 Apt. Includes
Cable. No Pets. Season Or
Yearly. From $750 Month. Leave
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Facilities. $675 Month. Call Darci
954-783-3723 8/7
HILLSBORO INLET -
A1A...2/2.5 Townhouse.
Marble, Granite, Washer/
Dryer. PrivateYard &Jacuzzi.
$1750 Month. More Info 954-
673-2292.

HOUSE FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH COZY
3/1 House w/ huge fenced in
Syard, located on a quiet street,
511 NE 35 St., near Sample Rd.
and Dixie Hwy, a stone's throw
from 1-95. $1100/mo. Call Darci,
954-783-3723 8/7
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
2/1 Clean Home. Active
Adult Community. 55+.
Children Over 16. 1 Adult
Must Be Over 55. $750 Mo
Or Sell $69K. 561-929-1465.
7/31

ROOM FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH Room In
Private Home. Private Entrance.
Use of Kitchen, W/D. Utilities
Included. On Bus Route. Near
Beach/Pool. $500 Month. 954-
861-8963 7/24

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Large
EfficiencyWith Kitchen Available.
Also 2/2 Apt. Laundry And Pool
On Premises. No Pets. 954-294-
8483 or 248-736-1533

NE POMPANO Single
Small Furnished Efficiency.
Private Entrance. Reputable
Background. Non Smoker,
No Pets. $700 Month +
Security (Negotiable). 954-
785-1312


COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH Nice
Commercial Office with Large
Bay with Rollup Door. 3671 NE
12 Ave., $1100 + tax, Yearly
lease. Call Darci at 954-783-
3723 8/7

DOCK SPACE
DOCKRENTALINPOMPANO
DEEPWATER 38'x13' beam,
W side of Intracoastal just
N. Of Atlantic Blvd., Gated
Security. Elec & Water,
Nearby Parking, Beautiful
Setting, New Docks/Seawall,
No Wake Zone, No Live-
aboards. 95-471-6704.

STORAGE
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
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trailers/boats. Call 954-520-
1777.

GARAGE SALES
HUGE GARAGE SALE
-Contractor going out
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contractor tools and
supplies, HouseholdGoods,
too much to mention,
Boating supplies, Single
Jet Ski Trailer, Sat/Sun, July
18 & 19, 8am-6pm, 4782 N.
Powerline Rd., Deerfield
Beach, 954-616-7121,


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