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LBTS won't

increase fire

assessment
Residents to be charged
$130 for annual fee
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
This month at a special meeting to
set a proposed millage and fire assess-
ment rate, Lauderdale-by-The-Sea
commissioners agreed to keep the cur-
rent fire assessment rate of $130.
That would delay the need for an
increase in the fire assessment of 3.25
percent to 2013, according to Mike
Burton of Burton & Associates, a St.
Augustine consulting firm, specializing
in fire assessments.
Cost of fire services in next year's
budget is $989,987, an amount that
will increase about 4 percent in subse-
quent years.
Maintaining the current rate rather
than reducing it to $121.08, another
choice, could generate a capital reserve
of $100,000, Burton said.
Commissioner Stuart Dodd noted
that members of the town's Volunteer
Fire Department, or VFD, are going on
nearly every medical call to train. He
said he believes that's an illegal use of
the fire assessment.
Burton said costs of EMS can't be in-
cluded in the fire assessment, but a fire
department providing first response
for life support is a legitimate function
of fire rescue. Advanced life support
and transport can't be included. "It's
See ASSESSMENTS on page 10

Lighthouse Point

residents may

get 10 percent tax

increase
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Lighthouse Point residents will
get their chance to comment on the
proposed budget during three public
hearings next month.
At their July 14 meeting commis-
sioners set a preliminary millage rate at
3.6188, up from last year's 3.288.
That's the highest the rate can go,
but they could lower the rate during
September budget hearings. That's not
likely, since "they seem pretty comfort-
able with what they've done," accord-
See LHP TAXES on page 3


Dr. Marvin Giddings and his wife, Jane, spearhead the Feeding Ministry at Trinity United Methodist Church of Lighthouse Point. Every other Saturday
through the summer volunteers join them to package up and distribute bags of food and set out clothing items for the needy. The congregation is hard
pressed to provide enough food and clothing for the hungry folks that line up at the door. On average, about 70 food bags are distributed. "We can
use all the help we can get," says Dr. Giddings, "because in September the program reverts to its regular weekly Saturday schedule, and we expect
more and more families to show up." Donations of food, good, wearable clothing for adults and children and monetary contributions can be given on
Saturday mornings at Fellowship Hall, Trinity Church, 3901 NE 22 Ave., Lighthouse Point. Call 954-941-8033.


Pompano Beach passes new laws to deal


with its more than 4,000 foreclosed homes

Abandoned homes leave neighborhoods rife with code violations


By Christina Veiga
PELICAN WRITER
Her grass is a healthy green and
freshly cut. A small lavender banner
by her front door reads "welcome."
From the porch of the home she
rents on Northeast 49 Court, Michele
Carta looks over her manicured lawn
across the street to the empty brown
house.
"Lovely sight, isn't it?" Carta, 44,
says sarcastically.
Patchy grass grows in clumps; the
rest of the lawn is dirt. There are
weeds where a garden might have
been contained by a low, red-brick
wall. Vines and rust have discolored
the light brown paint, and cinder
blocks and stepping stones hold metal
sheets to the roof.
Carta, a waitress, scans the street
and points out two more empty homes
with tall grass and worn facades. She
grimaces and shakes her head a little.


"Do something," she says of city
officials.
And they are. Pompano Beach of-
ficials have passed several ordinances
to help relieve problems caused by the
foreclosure crisis in neighborhoods
such as Carta's.
"It's a big problem, and we can't
solve them all, but we can take certain
steps," said Commissioner Rex Har-
din. "We're trying."
Pompano Beach, when lumped
in with the Miami-Fort Lauderdale


areas, leads the nation as number
14 in foreclosure rates, according to
RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosure
data for various news organizations.
Type in "Pompano Beach, FL," into
the company's website, and more than
4,000 foreclosed properties pop up.
The latest ordinance passed by
commissioners requires owners of
foreclosed properties to register
contact information with the city, so

See FORECLOSURES on page 14


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LBTS commissioners want new noise ordinance that could impact special


events, chamber speaks against new law saying there are no complaints

Music-filled tourist dale-By-The-Sea agreed to raise the allowable decibel "75 is like you are whisper- asked who the expert was
amend the town noise ordi- level to 95 from 80 and the ing. Go around town when came up with the 75 decil
town may have to nance increasing allowable dba level to 90 dba from 75 there's music, and people requirement. And he asked
quiet down at bit noise levels at last month's from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mea- aren't whispering," Contrada Commissioner Birute Clc
meeting. The vote was 4 to 1, surements will be-taken from said. He said he doesn't think how many calls of comply
By Judy Vik Mayor Roseann Minnet dis- 200 feet or the nearest pos- any business wants to violate she got.
PELICAN WRITER senting. sible point beyond 200 feet the noise ordinance. "Having Clottey said she had re-
Commissioners agreed to from the noise. music is very important to ceived complaints from
__Commissioners __in_ Lauder-__ _Commissioners added that business in downtown Lau- residents about late night
permits for special events derdale-By-The-Sea. It would noise coming from down
could be denied due to noise, be a shame not to have music restaurants.
Bring Several people complained or to have music you can Commissioners passed
: Jrf the decibel limits approved hardly hear," he said. amended ordinance on fir
yourr j last April were too low. Diane Boutin, manager reading in April but delay
smile 'Guy Contrada, manager of of the Windjammer Resort, final passage since they h
. the Aruba Beach Cafe said urged the commission to set no decibel readings.
' : 1 .r - he took a reading of the noise reasonable standards. "If Commissioner Jim Silv
0 level in Jarvis Hall before the you're going to set an ordi- stone said they're not tryi
laline Boccuzzi, DMD Sandy Branr, RDH start of the commission meet- nance, don't set it up to fail. to shut any business dowi
ing, and it was 75 decibels. Make it reasonable and real- "We looked at the existing
He had also measured the istic." She said the music was ordinance, and it didn't w
COSMETIC RESTORATIVE GENERAL DENTISTRY decibel level in the Aruba din- important for the life cycle of We're here to change the,
ing room at 8:30 p.m. when the town. numbers," referring to the
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Commissioner Stuart Doad
suggested the commission
delay changing the ordinance
until staff could get decibel
readings from 9 to 10 p.m., at
the noisiest times of special
events. He said when town
staff went out to take read-
ings, none were done at those
times.
"If we're going to do a job,
let's do it right," he said to
audience applause.
Clottey said she thought
they had agreed noise level
measurements should be taken
at 200 feet from the business,
not at the edge of the property.
Silverstone said the change
was needed to be made to
make the existing noise ordi-
nance reasonable.
At Dodd's urging, commis-
sioners removed a paragraph
from the ordinance that re-
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muzzled adjacent to hospitals
and schools. He pointed out
that the town has no steam
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Lighthouse

taxes
Continued from page 1
ing to Terry Sharp, finance
director.
Sharp said owners of
a single-family home with
homestead may expect to
see a slight increase in taxes.
Those without homestead will
see a 10 percent decrease.
Seventy percent of the city's
tax base is homesteaded.
Property values were down
10.6 percent in Lighthouse
Point. The Broward County
Property Appraiser listed the
total taxable value for the
city as of Dec. 31, 2008 at
$1,867,242,797.
Commissioners agreed to
a 4 percent increase for resi-
dential fire assessment rates
from $82.30 to $85.30. The
fire budget is $12 million, up
1.3 percent from the current
year.
"City residents can be as-
sured that all current services
are being maintained and that
they will be provided in the
most prudent and effective
manner," Mayor Fred Schorr
wrote in his budget message
to the commission.
The city has not had to lay
off personnel or cut back on
services, Sharp said.
Library hours and bui-
dling department expenses


had previously been cut.
Due to the economy, the
budget assumes continued
depressed building permit
revenue, which peaked in
2005/2006 at a level 80 per-
cent higher than the projected
amount for 2009/2010, Schorr
wrote. State-shared revenues
like sales tax and revenue
sharing are projected to be
down 10 percent.
Fire and general employ-
ees have labor contracts in


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cost-of-living wage increases.
Police officers will be nego-
tiating a new contract. For
exempt and management em-
ployees, the budget assumes a
3 percent pay increase.
When property values
were going up, some funds
were transferred from the gen-
eral fund to create an infra-
structure fund for stormwater
improvements and bridge
repair, Sharp said. That fund
now has about $700,000.


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The proposed budget in-
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ity fund to provide for drain-
age improvements. Resources
for this fund will come from a
stormwater utility fee.
Based on what he has
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awhile to come out of the cur-
rent recession. "It will prob-
ably take a year before we see
a turn-around," he said.
Lighthouse Point has


positioned itself well, he
added. "We try to be careful
with taxpayers' money. We
are continuing basic services
and hope to weather this and
move forward. I hope things
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Public budget hearings
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and Sept. 23 at regular com-
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Commissioners want in-depth look at Deerfield's new budget


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach commis-
sioners sent city administra-
tors a strong message Tuesday
night: They will do an exten-
sive review of the proposed
$142 million budget.
Putting aside City Manager
Mike Mahaney's schedule of
just two budget workshops,
they set up three - two next
week - and left themselves
plenty of time for more.
At Vice Mayor Sylvia Poiti-
er's request, they set aside Au-
gust 27 for public comments,


prior to the first official public
hearing Sept. 8.
Mahaney has prepared a
fiscal plan for 2009-10 that
he says will provide tax relief
for most homeowners and
contains no increases in water,
sewer or garbage fees. It does
hike the fire fee and requires
an increase in the millage
from 5.3 to 5.89 mils, but
because property assessments
are down, it does not raise ad
valorum taxes.
While Deerfield Beach
outperforms other municipali-
ties in economic ratings, the
current revenue crunch will


be ongoing, Mahaney said. "I
anticipate 2011 to be as bad or
worse. Our revenue sources
are headed down. Privatiza-
tion may have to be consid-
ered."
Because his expenses are
greater than revenues for the
coming year, Mahaney has
recommended zero cost of
living increases, a freeze on
merit pay, eliminating longev-
ity pay for new hires, freezing
it for current employees and
cutting $1.7 million from the
departments' capital requests.
"You have some tough
choices to make on how to


provide services," Mahaney
told the commission
The budget pressure is in
the $84 million operating
fund, up $3 million from last
year.
Giving a one percent cost
of living pay increase would
add $270,000 to the budget;
giving the usual three percent,
adds $810,000. Not freezing
merit pay will cost another
$370,000.
The city's biggest expense,
public safety budgets, contin-
ues to grow. BSO costs are up
$1.1 million; Fire/Rescue, up
$2.2 million. "I don't think


we can sustain public safety
expenditures as they are," Ma-
haney said. The total public
safety bill is $39 million.
The city's main general fund
revenue source, the real estate
tax, provides $34 million.
Mahaney anticipates $18
million in the cash carry
forward account by Septem-
ber 30 and recommends using
$8.7 million of that to balance
the operating budget. Adopt-
ing the recommended fire
fee of $149 per residential
unit and a 30 percent hike for
See BUDGET on page 8


Football coach, Charles Lee is a role model for


boys at Mitchell Moore Community Center


Making a

Difference










Phyllis J. Neuberger wants
your suggestions about people
you know who are making a dif-
ference.
Call 954-783-8700 to
recommend a candidate for this
column.

By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"You really have to talk to
Coach Charles," Tom Jackson
told The Pelican. "He goes
out of his way for the kids.
My three sons have all learned
about football and much more
from this man. He's made
a big difference to a lot of
boys."
Jackson was right. Coach
Charles Lee works from five
a.m. until two or three in the


afternoon driving a truck.
After a brief rest, it's all
football for him. He's either
teaching, coaching or recruit-
ing first time football players,
and he's been doing it as a
volunteer for 10 years. "I just
teach these boys the basics,
and they do the rest," he says
modestly. " I have a great
back up staff."
One of his back ups is
Coach Geno Desmorne who
has been coaching with him
for four years and says, "He's
great. Football is his life. He
teaches these young boys
discipline and football. He
taught my son, Donald, not
only football, but how to be a
team player. Donald is 11 now
and excited to be moving into
the 110 pound league."
Another backup coach,
George Allen, agrees, saying,
"Charles talked me into being
an assistant coach four years
ago, and now I love it almost
as much as he does. It's so
good for the kids. They get
enthused, and we feel good
when we see them excited."
For Coach Charles, it started
in 1999 at McNair Commu-
nity Center when he began
to work with the Pompano


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Coach Charles Lee has been a volunteer coach at McNair and Mitchell Moore Community Centers for over 10 years and
is proud of his winning Cowboys and Chiefs who have brought team trophies home to their community centers.


Cowboys, peewees of seven
and eight, who were about to
form their first football team.
"We did so well," Charles
grins , "that we won a division
championship with 11 to 1 of
the games played. I coached
the 90 pound kids for five
years. We played similar age
and weight groups from all of
the surrounding community
centers."
He moved over to Mitchell


Moore Community Center in
2007 and began to coach the
Pompano Chiefs, nine and 10
year olds, in the 90 weight
category. Again, his Chiefs
won two division titles back
to back. The first year score
was 9 to 1; the last year was
10 to 0.
"Why do I do it? Because I
love the game, and I'm keep-
ing the kids off the streets,
staying in school and learning


team sports. I also teach them
that after football, there's
still a life. I'm a good ex-
ample. I played high school
football in Jacksonville, often
on a winning team, but I
didn't become a professional.
Coaching others is how I've
kept football in my life," he
says. "I have four children.
Two are boys. The oldest just


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at Temple Beth Israel. The
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Gigi & Luca Pet Boutique,
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Point, will begin a pet adop-
tion campaign Aug. 8 at its
store.
Owner Elizabeth Correa
says she realized that as the
economy worsens, pets are
also emerging as victims.
"Our economy is making it
more difficult for everyone.
Offering a solution to this
problem is the right and only
thing to do," says Correa.
"My heart was broken, and I
just could not keep my arms
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Puppies for adoption will
come from owners who
cannot care for their dogs,
breeders going out of business
and overcrowded shelters and
rescue organizations.


Correa decided to revamp
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and stop selling commercially
acquired puppies temporarily
in order to make room for a
new wave of puppies up for
adoption. She was inspired
by the many requests they
had received for the past few
months from pet owners who
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their dogs.
Soon to be pet owners will
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Please, you guys, not again!

Deerfield Beach commissioners take

aim at each other, city manager

By Judy Wilson
COMMENTARY

There were some wicked shots taken Tuesday at the Deerfield Beach City
Commission meeting. Commissioner Bill Ganz went after City Manager Mike
Mahaney for multiple offenses. Sylvia Poitier went after blogger Chaz Stevens
for his continuous harassment and then included the press because they noticed
it.
Stevens went after Mayor Peggy Noland via her husband, Howard, by show-
ing him in action when he was on disability leave from the fire department in
2001.
It was a bit reminiscent of our Time of Troubles in 2006 when the commission
was determined to get rid of a city manager who was just as determined to stay
on the job.
In response to Ganz's criticism, we hope Mahaney will exhibit the same tenac-
ity.
Ganz laid into the city manager first for not putting an item he requested late
Thursday on the agenda for this week. He followed that complaint up, claiming
the manager hasn't kept him fully informed especially in regard to union nego-
tiation meetings. Then came the real zinger: He was "extremely disappointed"
with a "poorly done" budget prospective Mahaney gave Ganz at his request
several months ago.
In reply, Mahaney said in his 30 years in public administration, he had never
been asked to provide figures in advance to a commissioner and disagreed with
Ganz's evaluation of the material. The newly proposed budget, Mahaney added,
is very clear.
"Do you agree the one I got is worthless?" Ganz asked him.
"No" Mahaney replied.
The other dust ups were less serious. Stevens, the blogger, through a represen-
tative, showed old film that seemed to indicate Howard Noland was a healthy
man while claiming disability. That's very old news. The issue was researched at
the time by people trying to discredit Peggy Noland. After extensive investiga-
tion, no doubt including that old video, Noland's benefits were not challenged.
As for Poitier's attack on the blogger, it was mild compared to what has been
written about her, and she let him off far too gently. And, the press? Well, ap-
parently one reporter, not this one, wrote about the blogger and could not reach
Poitier for her comment. She was chastised for that omission. "You can always
reach me," the vice mayor said and gave her number out.
Is there a major problem with any of this?
Yes. Commissioner Ganz, after only five months in office, seems more than
a little disgruntled with the city manager. This bears watching by people who
don't want to see the city's business disrupted again by another internal feud.
The rest of it was minor league.


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Commission

looking

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to promote

business
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Temporarily relaxing
Deerfield's tough sign code
might be a stimulus for local
businesses, city commission-
ers decided Tuesday night.
At the request of Commis-
sioner Bill Ganz, commis-
sioners asked staff to come up
with creative changes to the
ordinance that would provide
recession relief in tradition-
ally slow months, September
through November.
"The biggest signs I see in
my district are 'for lease,'"
Ganz said. "Let's figure a way
to provide relief." Commis-
.sioner Joe Miller responded,
"I'm hearing you."
Ganz said definite rules
would have to be set, such as
start and end dates, so signage
doesn't get out of control. "I
don't want the city to look
like a flea market," he said.
He asked that the community
appearance board also make
suggestions.
City Attorney Andy Mau-
rodis said it may be hard to
meet the time requirements,
especially if the ordinance has
to be amended which would
involve the planning and zon-
ing board.
Ganz said a conversation
with Chamber of Commerce
Director Janyce Becker, who
said the chamber would advo-
cate for measures to aid small
business, got him thinking of
ways the city could help.
Commissioner Marty
Popelsky wanted to delay
any action until the business
community could comment.
"I'd like more information.
Not just from the chamber,"
he said.


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cageless day care and discount grooming


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"I think I was born know-
ing how to groom dogs," says
LisaMarie Silverman who
traces her career back to her
grandmother, Marion Sul-
livan, who was an expert in
poodle grooming. "I was help-
ing her when I was nine," she
says her blue eyes twinkling.
"Since becoming trained
and certified 25 years ago,
my career has been training
students to become groom-
ers. It's a great profession for
people who love animals and
who are seeking a career or
switching careers to a field
with great potential. This is a
real growth industry. The pet
owning population continues
to grow.
Tending to the health and
appearance of those pets is big
business. We have a boutique
pet accessory shop in front,
and it's amazing how much
business we do selling shirts,
collars, jewelry, brushes, toys
and nutritional supplies."
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school is located at 1296 N.
Federal Hwy., next to Bran-
dy's Shoe store.
In addition to being a
licensed school, Pet's Play-
ground offers cageless day
and overnight care as well as
discount grooming by super-
vised students.
Glen B. Silverman, late
husband of LisaMarie, opened
this grooming school in 1996.
Independently owned, she
says, "I've had two other
locations but have since sold
them. Currently I have two
professional groomers, Rose
Lonce and Valeria Torkley
teaching along with me. I'd
guess we have graduated
about 75 certified groomers so
far this year in a bad econo-
my. We operate on an open
enrollment so each student
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Alex Perry, with 105 hours
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Carmen Lago, another
student with 163 hours, plans
to work as a groomer and
gain some experience before
considering going into her own


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Students can choose to
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stripping/finished stripping of
cats and dogs, and pads/sani-
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work such as expert scissor-
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Silverman stresses that pet
grooming is much more than
cosmetic, saying, "We are the
first to spot ear infections,
infected gums and bad breath
which are clues to health
issues. Of course there are
parasites, fleas, skin disorders
and nail problems. Our stu-
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important areas of care and
how to best handle them."
Over the years she has seen
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scissors, snap-on combs and
shampoos that have replaced
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less threatening to the health
of pets. "Many clients are
picky about hairstyles and nail
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Continuing she says, "We
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Silverman is now a single
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graduated from Piper High
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army career. My youngest,
Martavious, is five. He'll be a
Pompano Chief Pee Wee next
year. I can't wait to coach
him."
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mer camp. Fifty boys were
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whose single parents couldn't
afford the tuition. It's a pay-
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Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee,
also the VFD deputy chief,
asked if fire assessment funds
can be used to purchase
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"You are somewhat behind
the eight ball in the replace-
ment of trucks," Burton


said. He said commissioners
may want to factor in a true
replacement program for
equipment or they won't have
any reserves.
Dodd said he has a problem
with the VFD going out on 58
of 62 medical calls this year.
"Taxpayers are paying for this
training for medical calls," he
said.
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they need us, believe it or
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Dodd said he would vote
against the $130 assessment
unless there were assurances
from the VFD that they would
be fiscally responsible and
provide some of the funds for
replacement vehicles.
Property owners will get
some tax relief in other areas.
Commissioners agreed to
keep the proposed millage
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would be no more funding for
capital improvements except
for the $1 million already
set aside for El Mar Drive
improvements.
Mayor Roseann Minnet sug-
gested some possible areas for
cuts, including the 5 percent
salary increase for commis-
sioners, group insurance for
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Now on the bargaining table
is a three-year contract that
provides an annual four per-
cent cost of living increase,
continued longevity and merit
pay, 15 more high-ranking
positions, and a buy-out of ac-
crued comp time. Local 1673
President Sean Crofutt has
challenged the city's numbers
regarding merit and longevity
pay, saying he had calculated
the cost of continuing both
benefits lower than the city's
figures.
Assistant City Man-
ager Macon Sammons was
in agreement on one issue:
buying comp time. "It is in
the city's best interest to get
it off the books, but it is an
affordability issue right now."
The comp time amount is
estimated to be $800,000 to
$1 million.
In the proposed budget,
the city has cut cost of living
and frozen longevity and
merit pay and wants to negoti-
ate a one-year contract.

Deerfield

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Six Boy Scouts from
Troop 119 have achieved one
of scouting's highest honors,
the rank of Eagle Scout. They
were recognized Tuesday
night at the Deerfield City
Commission meeting and
are Andrew Biviano, Rob-
ert Chalker, M.J. Metzger,
Nicholas Morley, Kevin
Woodmansee and Christopher
Nunez. The troop meets at St.
Ambrose Church and is part
of the Lighthouse District,
South Florida Council. For
their Eagle projects, they built
enhancements to the com-
munity such as a gazebo in
Constitution Park, a flagpole
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12 The Pelican


Family finds out fate of deceased Pompano Beach woman 20 years

later, now BSO asks community to help locate woman's killer


Special to The Pelican
BROWARD SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Since the Broward Sheriff's
Office created its Operation
Found & Forgotten web page
in December,'a slideshow
of pictures of a pretty young
woman has revolved under
the heading, "1983 Homicide:
Tina Moore."
Her body, with a three-
leaf clover earring in her
left ear and a homemade
Playboy Bunny tattoo on
her abdomen, was found in
a vacant field in Pompano
Beach. Due to her advanced
state of decomposition, she
remained unidentified for
more than 25 years until 2008
when detectives resubmitted
four partial fingerprints to the
FDLE latent section and were
able to identify her as "Tina


Moore," who had arrests in
Broward County in the early
1980s. Even though detectives
had her name and an alias
of Mary Ann Lambert, she
never divulged next-of-
kin information during her
arrests, nor was she reported
as a missing person. So BSO
homicide detectives posted
Tina Moore's photograph on
the new web page in hopes of
finding her loved ones.
This month, a man in
California came across the
Found & Forgotten page on
www.sheriff.org. He called his
sisters in Virginia and New
York. They all recognized
the face of the pretty young
woman as their sister, Mary
Ann Lambert, a.k.a. Tina
Moore.
The web page was created
to help detectives put names


to the unidentified bodies
found in Broward County
since 1967. Some died
accidentally or naturally,
but most of the deaths were
homicides. In each case
and for various reasons,
the common methods of
identification - fingerprints,
dental records, witness
accounts - have failed. Their
families have never been
notified, and their killers have
never been found.
As one of five siblings
growing up in Brooklyn,
Lambert once fell on a
Brooklyn school playground
and chipped her tooth.
Decades later, that tooth
would help detectives confirm
her identity.
As she got older, it was
common for her to go off on


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her family didn't hear from
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just waited, never reported
her missing, and hoped she'd
reappear.
"This is exactly why we
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also associated with two adult
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organizing the dedication celebration.
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
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Carol Waldrop last month
at the St. Elizabeth Church
parish hall. Her advice came
just prior to a video production
of activist Dennis Myers' life
through photographs.
Waldrop, who organized
the event to dedicate NE 33
Street as Dennis Myers Street,
thanked dozens of residents,
city officials, Broward
Sheriff's Office and others
who helped with the event.
Dennis Myers, a Navy
veteran and the public
relations official for Broward
County, died last September.
Myers was honored for his
dedication to his church, his
community and the nation.
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Foreclosures
Continuedfrom page 1
if problems are reported with
the properties, residents and
city officials will know who
to call.
"Hopefully increasing the
amount of communication
will assist in compliance on
the properties," said Assistant
City Attorney Mark Berman,
who worked on the ordinance.
But even with the
registration requirements,
Berman notes it's not easy
to keep up with who owns
a foreclosed property--he
has even dealt with a case in


which a property switched
hands three times in one day.
"We're doing our best to
keep up," Berman said.
Other recently passed
ordinances require
construction companies to
put fencing and screening up
around construction sites that
have fallen dormant due to the
credit crunch.
The city's code enforcement
is also putting in more time
writing fines, and a recently
passed ordinance allows the
city to collect liens placed
on properties after the
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another hallmark of the
foreclosure crisis.
But keeping the city
beautiful is everyone's job,
said Hardin, who says he has


taken his own lawn mower to
cut the grass of an abandoned
home in his neighborhood.
"We all have to do our
best to take care of our
neighborhoods," he said.
"Let's all work together and
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him in Canada.
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about Adolph Hitler who had
campaigned on the phrase
"Hope and Change."
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of comments from a physi-
cian regarding the health care
bill, concluding with "This is
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Continued from page 18

One woman called the
health care bill "a lot of crap."
Many took their own
swings at the two representa-
tives who were taking notes.
"You better get this right,"
one man said, pointing a fin-
ger at the representative.
When asked if she had ever
felt in danger, Goldstein said,
"A couple of people were ag-
gressive. The 'tafand feather
and drag out of town' shouts
were aggressive. I was glad to


have the police there. Some
people came into my space."
Goldstein added that she
saw this as part of her job.
"I have no problem with
people not agreeing with
my boss or being angry, But
it should be in a respectful
manner. My job is to bring the
people's concerns back to the
Congressman."
Most speakers admitted
they did not live in Light-
house Point. Some came from
Delray, Miami Lakes, Fort
Lauderdale and Pompano
Beach.
Congressman Klein on


Thursday said in a phone
interview from Washington
that he plans to follow up on
the issues with the people who
signed in. "Americans are
worried about many issues,
including insurance costs,
health care and social secu-
rity. We have many satellite
offices in our District, and we
want our constituents to visit
them."
Mayor Schorr also con-
firmed that Congressman
Klein's outreach program in
Lighthouse Point was to help
people with federal issues
and assist them with visits to
Washington. "The Congress-
man never attends these meet-
ings," said Schorr. "His staff
assists our residents."
Klein added that the health
care bill was still in workshop
at the Senate. It can also be
viewed online.
"We're not finished,"
said Klein, "This is a work in
progress."


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the alignment, the better the
expected short and long term
results.
More recently computer
assisted surgery has become
available. The use of
computers during knee
replacement surgery provides
the surgeon with information
to perform the procedure more
accurately. The surgeon is
still performing the procedure
- not a robot, but it gives the
surgeon more information to
maximize the final result - a
knee replacement in proper
alignment. What it means
for the patient is the better
aligned the knee, the longer
it will last. The surgeons
find the computer navigated
knee replacement surgery a
gratifying experience; patients
can resume their activities
with out any pain.
"The Joint Replacement


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Center Disease-Specific
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Coast Orthopaedics 954-942-
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