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Hometown News & Views


AUGUST 14, 2009 * POMPANO BEACH * DEERFIELD BEACH * LIGHTHOUSE POINT r--, L rCUJAL---rnl-m--EA Vol.XV ITssue 33

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Lauderdale-

By-The-Sea

welcomes new

police chief
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
The new police chief in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea doesn't plan to spend
much time sitting behind his desk.
Instead, Oscar Llerena will be out
and about.
"This is a very close-knit commu-
nity, and to be effective, I need to be
out in the community," Llerena said.
Llerena started work Aug. 3 as
chief of the Broward Sheriff's Office
district in LBTS, replacing Chief Scott
Gooding. Town Manager Esther Colon
requested that Gooding be transferred,
citing "fiscal irresponsibility" over his
requests for renovations at new quar-
ters in the town's public safety build-
ing.
Previously, Llerena was watch
See CHIEF on page 4

Deerfield

Raiders breaking

arrest records

Special BSO unit out to
reduce street crimes

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
"It's another world out there at
night," said Deerfield Beach Mayor
Peggy Noland. Noland was reliving her
seven-hour ride with the Dist. 10 BSO
Tactical Deployment Team, or TDT,
a ride during which she witnessed 25
arrests by the "jump out boys" as they
are known on the street.
"What an experience. It opened
my eyes. I'm a lot more cautious now,"
Noland said.
Noland rode in the spotting car
with Sgt. Ron Barerez who heads up
Deerfield's TCT, a squad of five police
officers who have volunteered for this
special duty.
"We're on the street four nights
a week," Sgt. Barerez, 36, said. A
veteran of narcotics units, Barerez sug-
gested that Police Chief Jay Fernandez
organize the TDT when gang violence
was a big problem late last year.

See RAIDERS on page 15


Lory Reyes, Rachel Klein-Muller, Jeannie Gray-Domingeez, Joanne Shultz and Tiffany Hayes play the roles of nuns in this hit musical opening at
the Tamarac Theater. See story on page 19.

Adopt-a-Street program in Pompano Beach attracts

new groups who put their backs into the job
By Christina Veiga I - E'.


PELICAN WRITER
More organizations around Pom-
pano Beach are donning heavy gloves
and fluorescent vests and taking to the
streets.
Interest in the city's Adopt-a-
Street program has grown in the past
six months with about three new
organizations committing to keeping
their roadways clean, said Michael
Carter, superintendent of streets and
grounds for the city.
"As the economy is now, people
know the city is thinning out, and
they are concerned and want to help
out," Carter said.
Carter was part of a group that
helped bring the program to Pompano
Beach almost a decade ago.
As part of the city program,
adopting organizations host at least
four cleanup a year with all needed
materials provided by the city. There
is no charge for joining the program,
which requires a two-year agreement
along at least two miles of road. "It's
very important," Carter said. "People
want a clean place to live."
Needles, condoms and garbage

See ADOPT on page 8


Volunteers John Speer totes a bag to the dump as he takes part in the Pompano Beach Adopt-a-Street
program.








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Mayor denies any part in worker's suspension


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach Mayor
Peggy Noland said she was
"flabbergasted" when she read
she was responsible for a city
maintenance worker's suspen-
sion.
"I was furious. I had noth-


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make me the scapegoat,"
Noland said after Cassandra
Moye was given a two-day
suspension without pay by
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Noland said she was at the
North Beach Pavilion Aug. 3,
the date cited by Edmunds,
but was talking with someone
else and paid scant attention
to Moye. Edmunds said in his
suspension memo Moye was
disrespectful to both him and
the mayor. But after a meeting
between Noland, Edmunds,
the city manager and city
attorney, Moye's suspension
was lifted and she received
her pay of $200.
Last Friday, Mahaney
remanded Edmunds to a ses-
sion with human resources
personnel to better learn the
city's suspension procedures.
Edmunds used "poor judge-
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the matter, Mahaney said.
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Moye, 26, has worked for
the city since 2004 and has
a personnel file that contains
mixed reviews. She has one
citation for insubordination
and was arrested for aggravat-
ed battery in 2006, but rehired
when the case was dismissed.
On the plus side, Moye was
commended in 2007 for her
part in rescuing an older
woman from a burning car
and for returning an expensive
camera she found while clean-
ing a beach restroom.
Moye says she wants a pub-
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Noland said she doesn't
mind making one. "I did not
condone it (the suspension). If
these people aren't doing their
jobs, I have no jurisdiction
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By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
August heat and icy beer
make good companions. Add
a good cause like Relay for
Life, and the result is a win-
ner.
On Aug. 22, from 5 to
midnight, patrons at CJ's
Draft House, 1825 E. Hills-
boro Beach Blvd., Deerfield
Beach, will donate a portion
of all sales to the Deerfield
Beach/Lighthouse Point Relay
team for next year's big relay
set for May, 2010.
Relay For Life is the
American Cancer Society's
signature activity throughout
the world. It offers everyone
in a community an opportu-
nity to participate in the fight
against cancer.
Teams of people camp out
at a local high school, park,
or fairground and take turns
walking or running around a
track or path.
Relays are an overnight
event, up to 24 hours in
length.
At Relays, cancer sur-.
vivors are honored with a
special walk around the track.
They are also presented with
ribbons, indicating their suc-
cessful fights against cancer.
"CJ's very generously has
supported our YRelay by pro-
viding dinner for 90 people
which included survivors and
their caretakers," said Nona
BreitensteinY. The dinner took
place last year in May at the
Relay for Life held at Quiet
Waters Park in Deerfield
Beach. "And now they are
hosting this fund raiser which
should be a lot of fun," she
added.
Relay teams have been
raising funds for cancer
research with the energy of
runaway locomotives.

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Broward County is on display
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Fort Lauderdale History Cen-
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landmarks, cultural and archi- l. '
tectural places of interest and
samplings of diverse skylines. '
The project is a result of l, ,.
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An educational component is
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PELICAN STAFF

Howard Elakman nei-
ther looks nor acts his age.
Although he's turning 80 this
month, Elakman is training
to run in a half marathon, or
13.1 miles in Fort Lauder-
dale on Nov. 15. A thin, agile
gentleman, Elakman shows
up for this interview in run-
ning gear. He admits he was
a reluctant runner at first. "I
hated it at first, but it grew on
me because it gave me what
I wanted which was a full


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Howard Elakman says that running correctly gives him a full body workout
is now a daily ritual for him.


body workout and it helped
me maintain a good weight.
Because of the benefits, it
: eventually became a daily
ritual for me.'
And so he began a 40
year run. But that's not all.
J" He is also a running coach,
certified by the Road Runners
Club of America, or RRCA,
Sand USA Track & Field, or
USATF. With a laugh he
says, "I'm probably the only
qualified, certified coach who
does not charge in the entire
country."
"And he's a great coach,"
says Heather Turner, Light-
S house Point, who has ben-
efited from this man's exper-
tise. "He has been so kind
and generous with his time
with me for over a year. He's
helped me to train, to exercise
and run correctly. My run-
,-4 ning times and distances have
. improved. I feel great and
: - can't thank him enough."
S The same feelings are
repeated by Eric Chiang, pro-
fessor of economics at FAU,
who says, "Howard is an out-
standing coach. He watches
you run and then gives many
good pointers. He's put me
on a schedule for the last six
it and
months, reinforcing good
running habits. He's taught


me so much about what to
eat, how to prepare for a run,
warm up exercises and never
a cost."
This high energy, graduate
electrical engineer has owned
and run his own construction
company for the last 30 years
in Florida. Although he's still
the president of his company,
his son is now the heavy and
Elakman focuses most of
his time on running, being a
volunteer running coach and
authoring a book of advice,
titled Stepping Forward-A
Runner's Guide to Moving
For life.
The theme of the New
York Road Runners Club is
'Runners live longer' and
Elakman thinks it just might
be true. "It's working for
me," he smiles and adds, "The
field is exploding, mostly
because of the fund raising
promotion, 'Team in Training'
or TnT, done by the Leukemia
Foundation. It has turned run-
ners into fund raisers in order
to qualify. The TnT will get
them to their first marathon,
and when it's over, these new
runners have lost their cause.
That's where I come in.


See ELAKMAN on page 5


Chief
Continued from page 1

commander/patrol captain
with BSO, representing all the
chiefs during night patrol for
the whole county. Gooding is
now doing that job.
"This is a great opportu-
nity I was presented with,"
Llerena says of his new posi-
tion. "I'm very proud to be
police chief for Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea." He supervises
26 employees, including 19
deputies, one detective, three
sergeants, a lieutenant and
administrative staff.
Despite the change in


leadership, Llerena said there
shouldn't be any change in
continuity in law enforcement
services in LBTS.
He said plans are in the
works to increase beach pa-
trols in the near future.
There aren't a lot of rob-
beries in town, and the crime
rate is low. "The deputies
keep the crime rate down.
They know who the trouble-
makers are," the chief said.
"And they do a great job
checking out and preventing
crime from happening."
Llerena urged residents to
call BSO if they see some-
thing suspicious. "Don't feel
your call is unimportant or


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the crime is unimportant. You
can call anonymously, if you
prefer, or come to the station.
We're very flexible. We want
to make sure you're safe, and
we will respond to provide the
service."
In his first two weeks on
the job, there has been only
one burglary, a call on a bur-
glary in progress at a business
at 242A Commercial Boule-
vard. "The deputy did a great
job in responding and made
an arrest while the suspect
was breaking in," Llerena
said.
The new chief looks for-
ward to attending homeown-
ers' association meetings and


chamber of commerce events.
And he will be at the town
commission meetings.
He said the town presents
unique challenges. While one
of the quieter districts for
BSO, the winter population
increases dramatically, which
affects traffic.
Llerena graduated from
the University of Miami
with a degree in international
finance. He says law enforce-
ment was his calling.
"Being a cop is something
you are, not something you
do," he said. "You have to
have that drive to serve the
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Elakman
Continued from page 4
Runners. need to be prop-
erly trained so that they don't
get injured. They actually
believe that injury is part of
the sport. It is not.
Elakman stresses injury
free running. The first step
is strengthening the runner's
core which includes the area
from the waist to the bottom
of the feet. He says, "This
takes time and effort. One
must do the right exercises
Daily. Because we're so near
the ocean, I recommend
walking on the soft sand, bare
foot every day. Next I teach
a bunch of exercises to do on
the Bosu, a plastic semi-circle
filled with air. A variety of
moves with the Bosu will
strengthen tendons, ligaments
and muscles in the legs, abdo-
men and lower back."
Most of the men and
women I coach come to me
through the Greater Fort
Lauderdale Road Running
Club. They meet me at differ-
ent tracks including Pompano
Beach's sand and gravel track
which is not ideal. We need
a rubberized quarter mile
running track like the ones at
FAU and Coral Springs High.
School, neither of which are
available to us. The only
one available to the public is
at Stoneman Douglas High
School in Parkland, but it's
locked up until school re-
sumes. If Pompano Beach in-
vested in a public rubberized


track, which is expensive,
it would draw runners from
many areas. By charging a
small fee, it would eventually
pay for itself as well as. build
our city's image as an area
sport center."
"I coach marathon
runners for months before
an event. I meet them and
visually analyze the runner
in action. I set up an entire
calendar for those I coach.
My suggestions are based on
age, health and my analysis of
their current running style."
Asked if he has time for
anything else, he says, "Sure I
do. I still check into my busi-
ness. I help with the cooking.
My wife, Rosanne, is a walk-
er, so I often walk with her
and also again with my dog,
Sport, who finds hot summer
pavement very stressful."
About his book, he says,
"It took me about two and a
half years to write. It includes
all of my advice. Available
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or call 934-295-0226 to buy a
signed copy directly.
Keep running Howard
Elakman and thank you for
your community coaching.

Advice to Runners

Join a club to meet others
for fellowship and stimula-
tion. Doing so makes run-
ning more enjoyable.
Run correctly by com-
ing down on the middle
of the foot which running
shoes encourage. Run with
swinging arms and hands.
Be aware of proper eat-
ing and correct hydrat-
ing. Maintain a positive
attitude. Get started.
Make a commitment
that's realistic and stick to
it. In Florida, run before
daylight before the sun
comes up. Run with others
for safety.
Drink fluid with glycogen,
or sugar to keep energized.
Water is not enough for
long runs.


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Big issues will face Pompano Beach

commission after August break
By Barry Dockswell
POMPANO BEACH COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1
Your city commission is now on its summer break. Here is an update of issues
we have been discussing and will continue to discuss after our August break.

New CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency) Director
Firm:
Shortly after I took office last year, Pompano Beach and its then current CRA
Director had a "parting of the ways." Now the city has hired a firm called RMA
to serve as the director of both the East and Northwest redevelopment areas
of the city. I am very pleased by what I have seen from this firm so far. Their
principals have long records of success with local CRAs, including Delray
Beach, which many of us-have pointed to as a model to emulate. Although there
haven't been many improvements visible on the ground yet in the East CRA, a
great deal of progress has been made behind the scenes. Later in this newsletter,
I'll describe the first major improvements the East CRA will see on the ground;
but, rest assured, there's much more to come.
Pompano Beach City Budget, 2009-10

The city commission has approved a budget for the upcoming fiscal year,
which begins October 1, 2009. Overall property taxes collected by the city will
be nearly flat compared to last year although individual city tax bills will vary
somewhat. People who bought property near the 2006 peak in assessed valua-
tions should see a drop in their city property taxes, while those who have been
long-time homesteaders may see a small increase in their city property taxes.
(Keep in mind that the city portion of your annual property tax bill is about 20%
of the total, with county, school, and hospital taxes making up the rest - so these
comments apply only to the city's 20% of your total property tax.)
In order to hold the line on taxes and avoid cutting services, the city budget
calls for spending about $3 million of the city's $10 million in undesignated re-
serves. If the overall economy does not improve sufficiently in the next year or
two, the city will no doubt be forced to cut some services. In addition, I believe
our labor agreements and pension plans will need to be revamped (as private
industry is already doing) in order to deal with new economic realities.

Broward Sheriff's Office or Pompano Beach Police Depart-
ment?
Pompano Beach has been contracting with BSO for local police services
since 1999. The second five year agreement with BSO expires October 1 of this
year. The city paid for a study to determine the best way for us to obtain police
services going forward: renew existing agreement with BSO, renew agreement
but negotiate key changes, or transition back to a local Pompano Beach Police
See DOCKSWELL on this page


Visualize the job you will love until

that job becomes real for you
. Dear Debbie
Have a full time job but am unhappy and want to leave. I have
thought about it for a while and applied for different positions, but nothing has
materialized. Do you have any suggestions?


A. The first thing to do when creating some
thing new for yourself, such as a new job, is to
be clear about what you want. A way to become clear
is by writing it out, something I call, "writing your vi-
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Use all your senses to describe your vision as spe-
cifically as possible and in a way that if you read it to
someone, they can visualize and feel it for themselves.
Start reading your vision aloud everyday. Read it
slowly, so that you are connected to what you are creat-
ing, and then release it. Letting go creates space for the
universe to support you in turning your vision into a
reality.
Creating your vision may trigger resistance in the
-form of thoughts, both discouraging and optimistic. It is
important to let go of these thoughts even if they seem
positive, since holding on stops the creative flow.
While waiting for your job to materialize, take the
time to develop and enjoy the things that connect you to
your vision.
For example, if your desire is to work as a chef,
aside from looking for work and obtaining the neces-


Debbie Gottlieb, MSW
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Debbie works with three
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sary credentials, take the time to cook, experiment with presss L"reeK oad
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interesting recipes and spices, etc. 2079.
Presently doing what you love will create a positive
energy flow that will assist you in the creative process.
Remember, creation happens every day, take the necessary steps to create the
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Continued from this page

Department. The study concluded that the city could save money by transition-
ing back to a local Pompano Beach police force, or, if we stay with BSO, that
we should at least negotiate key changes to the current agreement.
Read the report at www.mypompanobeach.org/commish/
PB %20Feasibility%20Study.pdf
In September, I expect that we will see an analysis of the report by city staff
as well as a response by BSO. Fortunately, at my suggestion, the city has acted
swiftly to exercise a key option in the existing BSO agreement before the
option's expiration date. This option allows the city to extend the existing BSO
agreement for two years in order to evaluate our options for delivering police
services. So, nothing will change right away, but the city will need to make this
important police services decision over the next several months.

Barry Dockswell, District 1 commissioner
Editor's note: For Commissioner Dockswell's complete newsletter, visit
www.barrydockswell.com.


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Business


Deerfield

Beach

District 4

meeting on

August 20

On Thursday, August
20, Commissioner Bill
Ganz will hold a District
4 meeting at 7 p.m.
at Constitution Park
Community Center, 2841
W. Hillsboro Blvd. in
Deerfield Beach. Residents
are encouraged to attend.
For additional information
please call 954-480-4263 or
email web.commission@
deerfield-beach.com.


Concert at

the beach
The Deerfield Beach
Moonlight Melodies Summer
Concert Series will present
the season's final concert on,
Aug. 21, with Eclipse.
A Deerfield Beach favor-
ite, this group will play all the
favorites, including standards,
rock, and top 40 requests.
Moonlight Melodies
concerts are co-sponsored by
the Deerfield Beach Cultural
Committee and the City of
Deerfield Beach and are held
on various Fridays throughout
the summer. Concerts take
place at the Main Beach Park-
ing Lot, located at Southeast
First Street and Ocean Way,
and begin at 7 p.m. Refresh-
ments are available for
purchase. Guests are encour-
aged to bring beach chairs
and blankets for their seating
comfort.
Call 954-480-4433 or
visit www.Deerfield-Beach.
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Tucked into the shopping
strip just south of Pompano
Beach Marine Center is My-
ers Insurance Agency at 703
S. Federal Hwy. in Pompano
Beach. General Manager and
agent, Patricia Donoho, says,
"We've been in this loca-
tion for five years, but we've
been in the area for 28 years,
insuring automobiles, trucks,
commercial autos, motorcy-
cles, boats, RVs and personal
watercraft. We're proud to be
doing business exclusively
with Progressive Insurance,
a technologically advanced
company with a long time
record of customer satisfac-
tion."
A catchy Progressive
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ing Flo, an animated young
salesperson, has made even
youngsters aware of the
company, but the truth is
Progressive has been around
since 1937 and has thousands
of successful agents through-
out the country. "We love Flo
in the commercial," Donoho
says, "and we're happy with
the business she's bringing to
our office. We think we're
the number one producer for
Progressive in the state. I
came here from Peru 20 years
ago, and I've been with this
agency ever since. The two
biggest changes I've seen are
in technology and the number
of Spanish speakers. Both
Heberlyn Gonzalez, our other
agent, and I are bilingual. It's
a good thing because half of
our clients are now Spanish
speakers. It's essential in this
business to understand one's
insurance and dealing with
clients in their first language
makes their policies much
easier for them to understand.
For that reason Progressive
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Ryan Murphy joins Patricia Donoho and Heberlyn Gonzalez who talk about
their many years with Myers Insurance Agency, Inc. that has served the area


for 28 years.
most languages in the main
office 24/7."
Myers location in the heart
of the marine world gives the
agency a unique sales oppor-
tunity to service customers
with boat and vehicle insur-
ance policies entitling them to
attractive multi discounts. In-
suring one or more family car
and a boat with Progressive
creates an attractive discount


in this financially strapped
economy.
Gonzalez points out that,
"Progressive was the pioneer in
making 24-hour claim service
available. Now we're offering
something exciting once again.
Every full coverage auto policy
features concierge service
which means if an accident
occurs, Progressive handles the
problem from start to finish.


We show up at the accident
site and tow or drive the
damaged car away, arrange
for a rental and total repair at
an authorized repair center.
The customer is called when
the damage is repaired. Our
repair time is much faster
than the average because of
this efficient new system."
Gonzalez has been an
agent with Myers Insurance
for 19 years. She says, " I
enjoy working with people
and helping them buy a good
product from a great compa-
ny. I've seen customer claims
be well handled and that's
important to me as an agent."
Roberto Lenis is a very
loyal Progressive customer
and for good reason. He
explains. "During the last
hurricane, I had a tree split
in half and fall on top of my
brand new car. It destroyed
the car roof. My phone was
still working so I reported it
immediately to Patty (Patri-
cia Donoho) who got right
on it. I had a new roof on
my car in record time which
is amazing considering the
many claims that were being
made due to hurricane dam-
age. Progressive's service is
impeccable."
Donoho adds, "When we
started in the agency, home
owner insurance was the cash
cow in Florida. Now, most
companies struggle with the
costs involved in property
insurance and every insur-
ance company competes for
vehicle insurance. We have
plenty of competition, but
our leading edge is our expe-
rience, value and personal-
ized service."
She continues, "We have
been very consistent and
stable in our rate structure.
Every company makes
claims, but we really do save
customers money without
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Myers
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"you can't even imagine"
were mainstays along North-
east Third Street, said Jamie
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tor of St. Saviour Foundation,
which is located on the street.
But St. Saviour, a non-
profit outreach organization
based in Pompano Beach,
wanted to change that. And
they want to build a commu-
nity in the process. So they
became one of the most recent
organizations to adopt not one
street, but three: Northeast
Third Street, Northeast First
Avenue and Northeast Second
Street.
"Old Pompano needs to
be refreshed. We really need
to step up," Moliengo said.
The organization has


already hosted a trash pickup
earlier this month, with about
20 people helping.
"It doesn't take funding to
adopt a street. It takes a com-
munity effort," said Moliengo.
"We have to unite and step
forward."
North Broward'Youth
Athletic Association is also
stepping forward for cleaner
streets.
The organization's
soon-to-be-formed basket-
ball league is in the process
of adopting the area around
North Broward Park, 4400 NE
18 Ave. in Pompano Beach.
Paper, cups and small
litter are mainstays around
the park, said Shanon Pierre,
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The basketball associa-
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Most kids walk to the
park, Pierre said. Taking part
in a street cleanup would en-
courage kids to take responsi-
bility for their community.
"If they see a little trash
here and there, they'll take
heed to that," she said. "The
kids will say 'hey, let's take
care of this community.'"
But it's not just the kids
who stand to gain something
from the planned cleanup.
Most board members
grew up around North Bro-
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"This is our way of giving
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The athletic association is
also considering adopting a
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raised $102,041. In 2008, the
teams raised $95,147.
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million new cases were re-
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reported and statewide reports
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them during recovery such as
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For children with cancer,
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By Judy Wilson


PELICAN WRITER
Using the best figures
available, Hillsboro Beach's
proposed beach renourishment
will encumber the town for 10
years with $570,000 in annual
debt service a consultant has
told the commission.
PMG Associates'
president, Phil Gonot, said
combining mobilization costs,
anticipating lower construction
costs and getting an expected
$2.1 grant from FEMA, will
bring the cost down to $3.575
million. Should any of the
numbers change, the cost of
the project could increase
dramatically, Gonot said.
Of the possible assessment
methods, Gonot favors a
hybrid plan that places a fixed
rate on every residence as
well as a fee based on front
footage. The burden for this
method falls more heavily on
the single family homeowner,
he said. One of his hybrid
plans would levy annual fees
of between $884 and $602 for
single-family homeowners,
and condo-owner fees of $183.
The commitment to go
forward with the beach
revetment - a mile and a half
on the north end of town- may
have lessened. Mayor Carmen


McGarry said, "Nobody
wants to pay for it." The
mayor pointed to a pending
U.S. Supreme Court case
that could affect the town's
ability to assess residents for
beach renourishment. "It's
something to think carefully
about," she said this week.
One group of beachside
condo owners have moved
forward on their own to
protect their shores. Hillsboro
Beach Yacht Villas got the


town's permission to install
a steel seawall west of the
easterly building line which
they hope will prevent further
erosion.
Under an emergency EPA
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placed enough sand on their
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Deerfield Beach fire, police and parks budgets undergo scrutiny


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach
Commissioners are taking
a line-by-line approach to
increases in the 2009-10
municipal budget with Dist.
4 Commissioner Bill Ganz


especially cautious about Fire/
Rescue appropriations. Ganz
has said he wants to trim the
proposed $149 fire fee, and
Monday night he questioned
allotments that, if omitted,
could shave $785,000 from
the department's budget.
Ganz said he wanted


the $22 million budget to
be more specific when it
came to a matching grant to
rebuild the Powerline Road
Fire Station, the number for
contractual services and the
amount needed to fund the
firefighters' pension.
"We can't afford this


padding, and maybe we
don't have to raise the fire
assessment," Ganz said.
City Manager Mike
Mahaney defended his
numbers saying there may be
hidden costs in demolishing
the fire station, pointing to the
commission's desire to build
a new dispatch center (not
budgeted) and the unstable
state of the stock market.
Mayor Peggy Noland
questioned inspection fees and
asked what money could be
raised if the fire department
charged for repeat inspections,
which numbered 3,000 this
year.
Tuesday, the commission
tackled the $4.1 million parks
and recreation department
budget, again scanning
challenging increases line-by-
line.
On Monday, they reviewed
the $21 million police budget
and the $2.6 million budget
for Senior Services with few
remarks.
Another budget workshop
is set for Monday, Aug. 17, 7
p.m.


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a one-year extension for
development of Deerfield
Station, a transit oriented
development planned east
of the Tri-Rail Station. The
mixed-use complex of
dwelling units, commercial
and office space, hotel and
parking garages was approved
18 months ago after a two-
year process but has not yet
begun development because
of the financing market,
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commission. Commissioner
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TODs in general, but is
against this one because
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financial difficulties Tri-Rail
faces. "If Tri-Rail fails, we
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These are significant statis-
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"We expected we would
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said.
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"What we do isn't rocket
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"If we go to an area where
they are problems, we will
find the problems."
The 25 arrests made the
night the Mayor rode along is
a bit unusual. Twelve to 15 is
the norm the Chief said. And
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job while being respectful and
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The TDT goes anywhere
there is a spike in crime
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the offenders have lengthy
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have been rounded up twice
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there are new criminals on the
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est-growing street crime. "It's
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There are so many pain clinics
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The night Mayor Noland
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girl in a local motel room
with her older cousin and two
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when police cornered some
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as she called in her complaint.
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Lakeland, the team finished
3rd, bringing back the bronze
medal at the State of Florida's
Youth Olympics.
In July, the team trav-
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Tamarac Theatre of Performing Arts brings the


original musical Nunsense to the stage


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Brighten August doldrums
with a matinee or evening of
Nunsense, happening next
weekend at the Tamarac
Theatre of Performing Arts
at 7143 Pine Island Road in
Tamarac. This non-equity,
professional theater is
enjoying its ninth season in
this location, but in January,
the group will actually
be celebrating its 29th
anniversary as an extension of
the White Willis Theater.
Bill Schmookler, general
manager and producer, is
proud to bring this five
women troupe to the area to
perform the famous musical
featuring the Little Sisters of


Hoboken who operate Mount
Saint Helen's School in
Hoboken, New Jersey. When
Sister Julia accidentally serves
tainted Vichyssoise soup, 52
sisters die of botulism. To
raise funds for their burial,
Mother Superior gets into
the greeting card business
and enjoys an immediate
success. But, there's still
not enough money for the
last four burials. A hastily
cooked up talent show will
have the audience roaring
with laughter. Show dates are
August 22 and 29 at 8 p.m.
and matinees Aug. 23 and 30
at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20. For
reservations, call 954-726-
7898
About Tamarac
Theatre


The Tamarac Theatre of
Performing Arts is an artist's
showcase for multi-ethnic,
multi racial performances.
Originating in 1980, the
theatre has staged over a
hundred major productions. It
has also showcased a variety
of performing and visual arts
outreach programs including
arts in education, art exhibits,
festivals, improvisational
theatre, real life dramas and
Carl's Children's Theatre.
Located in the Tamarac
West Shopping Center, this
intimate 99-seat playhouse
schedules dramatic works,
musicals, classics, and
contemporary works not
readily available elsewhere.
Schmookler says, 'We provide
a setting for apprenticeships


and offer elements of drama
as educational tools. We
offer outreach programs in
schools, libraries, hospitals
and community centers. To
continue to grow, we seek
the support of sponsors and
partners."
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inflammation of the corners of the
mouth caused primarily by a reduction
in the vertical dimension of the bite.
As the lips overlap more at the corners
of the mouth and leak saliva, the stage
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While the fungal and bacterial growth
that leads to skin irritation and cracking
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steroid creams, the root cause of the
problem must be addressed.
Treatment usually entails replacement
of lost teeth. If dentures are already
in place, adjustment of denture fit
and/or better adherence to denture-
cleaning guidelines may be required.
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tax exempt cultural arts
organization, registered
with the State of Florida.
Contributions are tax
deductible. Appropriate
recognition of sponsor's name
will reflect on the paybill
and public announcements.

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Assistant City Clerk Irene
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Nunsense
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The theatre is endorsed
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Coalition, The Seidman
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