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Septcmber 4 2009 • Pompano Beach • Deerheld Beach • Lighthouse Point • Uuderdale-By-The-Sea voi. xv, issue 36
Deerfield
appoints citizens
to review ethics
code
By Judy Wilson
Pelicam writer
Although three commissioners had
publicly stated thek dislike of Deer-
field's new ethics code, Tuesday night
they backed off from tossing it out and
gave a blue ribbon committee as long
as six months to make changes. Com-
missioner Joe Miller, who campaigned
on the code being too restrictive, said
before Tuesday's meeting, being in of-
fice had given him a different perspec-
tive. "The old ordinance was adopted
in great haste, but it would be an error
to repeal it in haste," he said. "We need
to meet legal requirements, not clash
with them."
Commissioner Bill Ganz made
the motion to appoint a committee and
Miller suggested it work with FAU's
Ethics Academy which has already
found discrepancies in the Deerfield
code. Mayor Peggy Noland and Com-
missioner Sylvia Poitier, both critics of
the code, made no comments but were
ready with their appointees. Miller
named Don Londeree, Poitier named
Gloria Battle, Commissioner Marty
Popelsky appointed ex-conmiissioner
Pam Militello, considered the author
of the new code, Ganz named Todd
Dronsky, and the mayor's choice was
Joan Maurice.
Several dozen citizens in the audi-
ence held signs favoring the ethic's
code which became law in March. It
was months in the making and contains
stringent provisions for elected of-
ficials, public employees and persons
doing business with the city.

Hillsboro will

tackle budget
deficit
Hillsboro Beach commissioners
will go to work Tuesday, Sept. 8, 5:30
p.m. to reduce a $473,000 deficit in
its $3.8 million proposed budget for
2010. The deficit doesn't include a
$121,600 addition to the fire fee which
now appears to have been eliminated
from Deerfield's revenues for the com-
ing year. In Hillsboro Beach, police
department costs are up $118,600, ad-
ministrative expenses, $32,300; while


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First responders
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HlNl flu season
Vaccine to be free, but
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By Anne Siren
Wash hands
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STAY HEALTHY - Broward Health officials encourage every one to use safety measures that include
hand washing and germ control in preparation for the upcoming flu season.

DB firefighters offer pay cuts as
contract negotiations proceed
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Deerfield Beach firefighters have
offered to adjust their pay scale in
hopes of forging a three-year contract
with the city.
The negotiating team from Lo-
cal 1673, headed by President Sean
Crofutt, is willing to take no cost of
living, or COLA, increase this year,
reduce EMT pay for new hkes, re-
duce starting firefighter pay and lower
longevity pay.
But the requested cost of living
benefit for 2010 and 2011 - thi-ee
and four percent respectively - may
be the smmbling block to gaining
the three-year deal. Assistant City
Manager Macon Sammons said if the
union accepts zero COLA increases.
the conamission might approve the
three-year contract. The city initially
offered only a one-year agreement. If
economic times improve, the COLA
issue could be addressed each year, he
added.
The city has proposed no longev-
ity pay for new hires and freezing
longevity for cun-ent firefighters. No
COLA is being offered to any em-
ployee.
The firefighters continue to ask
that the Deferred Retirement Option
Program, or DROP, be extended from
five to seven yeai's on the premise
there is no significant cost to the
city. City officials remain against the
Pelican staff

Newly installed sanitizer machines
at Pompano Beach City Hall stand
ready to aid in the fight against the
officially declared pandemic of HlNl,
or Swine Flu, expected this fall.
And with more than 60 people in
Broward County already hospitalized
with HlNl, health officials are taking
the HlNl threat seriously.
"It's very unusual to see flu activ-
ity over the summer the way we have
seen this year," says Dr. John Liv-
engood, director of epidemiology at
the Broward Health Department. We
usually don't have anything across the
summer."
Flu season starts in November and
continues to peak through April.
Livengood projects that 20 to 30
percent of the Broward population will
acquire the flu.
"The vast majority of people do
fine with it," Livengood adds. "They
become acutely ill, but they get
through it."
However those patients with un-
derlying illnesses, including AIDS and
HIV aie considered at risk.
Livengood said that most flu
deaths result from the flu "tipping
over" into other problems.
Kimberly Spill, emergency man-
ager for Pompano Beach, says she
always prepares for the worst.
"We are in an official pandemic,"
says Spill. "That means we are going
to see more instances of the novel
HlNl influenza. We are being told
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Friday, September 4, 2009
Flu
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right now are HlNl thus far.
We're working with the health
department and emergency
management. The good news
is that HlNl is a mild strain
at this point, and there is no
evidence of it mutating."
The bad news is that
HlNl vaccines are still
undergoing testing for FDA
approval. But once the vac-
cine is available, Sims says
all Broward County cities will
offer "vaccinations at conve-
nient locations."
"[Nationally] 36,000
people die every year from the
normal flu season. What's dif-
ferent about this flu is that it's
attacking a younger genera-
tion," says Spill.
And that. Spill says, may
be due to a 1957 flu that is
similar to HlNl. Those born
before that date who were ex-
posed to it could "fare better"
because they may have built
an immunity.
Symptoms of HlNl
include fever, lethargy, lack of
appetite and coughing. Some
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sore throat, nausea, vomiting
and diarrhea.
"Fever is the dead give-
away," says Spill. "But we
take fever reducers and may
not always be aware of a
fever."
Michelle Garcia, Pompa-
no Beach Elementary School
principal, says so far all her
kids are doing fine.
But in case HlNl flu
symptoms show up, her
school is ready.
"We have a tool kit [a
packet containing flu informa-
tion, general letters to parents
and other information pre-
pared by the Center for Dis-
ease Control] from the school
board. Every staff member
has to watch a video regarding
the HlNl. We are teaching
the students the back sneeze,
and we have a nurse in our
clinic. If any student presents
flu-like symptoms with a
fever, we have a special room
where the student will go with
supervision to minimize any
risk of contamination while
the parents are being called,"
says Garcia.
The 'back sneeze" is a
sneeze to the upper arm or
sleeve, keeping germs away
from the hands.
Candy Sims, public
information officer, Broward
County Health Department
says the sneeze is critical.
"Like we say, cover the
sneeze, tissue away, and if
you are sick, please stay
home."
As the flu season moves
into high activity, Sims says,
this year the population will
be dealing with both 'season-
al'flu and HlNl.
"We definitely want peo-
ple to understand they need
three steps to fight the flu:
vaccinate, take daily care and
follow the instructions of your
care provider," Sims adds.
First responders and
health care servers are target-
ing populations at risk which
include pregnant women, care
takers of children six months
and younger and people with
chronic illnesses such asthma
and diabetes.
As of Aug. 26, 62 people
in Broward County have been
hospitalized with HlNl. Dade
County has reported 278
HlNl cases requiring hospi-
talization.
Sims and other 'first
responders' throughout the
county are meeting weekly
to discuss flu issues and how
cities will manage a 'massive'
outbreak if it occurs.
The Deerfield Beach Fire
Department recently distribut-
ed a memorandum regarding
how rescue employees should
respond to calls that involve
a report of flu-like signs and
symptoms.
"Our emergency re-
sponders follow the general
guidelines available from the
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The Pelican 3
Flu
Continued from page 2

Florida Department of Health
Bureau of EMS." one official
said. "Additionally, emer-
gency responders are in the
second priority group for the
HlNl vaccination. Key mem-
bers of the fire department
will be receiving training
and vaccinations at no cost
from North Broward Medical
Center
Specifically trained
personnel will administer the
vaccinations to the employees
who opt to have the vaccina-
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separate injections. Admin-
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istration of vaccinations is
within the scope of practice
for paramedics, and having
our personnel administer the
vaccination reduces logistical
considerations associated with
using an outside vendor"
In Pompano Beach, EMS
Division Chief Michael Hohl,
says it's one day at a time.
"Right now, it's like any other
day of the year. We always
use universal precautions. We
always respond to anyone.
That won't change. We have
been educating our fire rescue
team on how HlNl looks dif-
ferent from the other flus, but
we still don't know what the
HlNl strain is going to do."
County and state health
departments have not deter-
mined yet how the flu vaccine
will be administered. While
the vaccine will be free from
the federal government, there
is no funding for the adminis-
tration of the vaccine.
Sims says there probably
will be a cost to the public to
get the shots.
"Fire Rescue is over-
whelmed with calls," said
Hohl. "There is nothing extra
to pull from. This could be
the largest vaccination effort
this country has ever seen.
We have a lot of ideas, but no
money to pay for it. Public
services have been cut, and
there is no "disaster' funding
at this time."
If approved, the HlNl
vaccine will be available in
mid-October. Two injections
will be required. The second
shot has to be taken three
weeks after the first shot.
People at risk should
consult their health providers
regarding the vaccines.
The Florida Depart-
ment of Health advises that
washing hands with soap and
water remains the most effec-
tive defense against the flu.
If that method is unavailable,
sanitizing wipes are also ef-
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Friday, September 4,2009
Briefs

Annual
Democrats Labor
Day Picnic
promises rising
stars in the party
There will be plenty of Demo-
crats, hot dogs, hamburgers and
speeches on Sept. 7 starting at 1 p.m.
at Pompano Beach Community Park
in celebration of Labor Day. The event
is sponsored by the North Broward
Democratic Club. Everyone is asked
to bring a covered dish to share along
with a beverage and a chair. Call 954-
785-0960 or email DEMWOMAN®
aol.com
Outdoor Festival
at Citi Centre
Citi Centre, Pompano Beach, will
host a Free Weekend Festival Oct. 17
and 18. Vendor applications and spon-
sorships are available. All proceeds
benefit Light of the World Clinic. For
more information, visit www.wedo-
events.com or call 954-527-0627.

Pompano Beach
to dedicate
new^est fire
engine to honor
former city fire
chief
Pompano Beach Fire-Rescue will
conduct a special ceremony dedicat-
ing its brand new Pierce fire truck
to former Fire Chief Ralph "Buddy"
Borger. The ceremony will be held
on Friday, Sept. 4 at 10 a.m. at Fire
Rescue Station No. 63 located in the
Public Safety Complex at 120 SW 3^"
Street. Buddy Borger was fire chief
from 1984 to 1991 when he retired.
Chief Borger will be in attendance for
the dedication.

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Phyllis J. Neuberger wants your
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Call 954-783-8700 to recom-
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger_________
Pelican staff

Paul Heidemann and Joyce Mur-
ray are excited to co-chair their second
annual fund raising Friends of the
Poor Walk happening between 7 and 8
a.m. on Sat., Sept. 26. "Last year was
our first, " says Heidemann. "Over
60 people did the walk, and we raised
enough money to fund two great
meals for over 150 hungry guests.
This year we hope to have even more
walkers and raise even more money.
All monies raised stay with this non
profit charitable organization to be
used to assist the needy here in Pom-
pano Beach. At the very same time
that our walk takes place, our national
organization will be supporting similar
walks in over 100 cities in the United
States to raise awareness of the great
need to help those who are literally
hungry."
The St. Gabriel Conference of the
Society of St. Vincent DePaul is an in-
dependent lay organization funded by
the parishioners at St. Gabriel Church
at 731 N. Ocean Blvd. in Pompano
Beach. Heidemann estimates there
are 27 active members and 20 associ-
ates. This small group has ambitious
goals and succeeds in achieving them.
Some of their services to the commu-
nity are as follows:
• Calls for home visits will bring
two Vincentians to see how they can
help.
• The Starquest Transportation
Program is designed to help area
residents maintain their independence.
Last year was the first successful 5K Walk
for the Poor, sponsored by the Society of St
Vincent De Paul Conference. This year, the
second annual Walk for the Poor fund raiser is
expected to be even larger and more success-
ful. All funds raised benefit people in need
right here in Pompano Beach.
At right - Joyce Murray, co-chair of the walk
with Paul Heidemann, organizes walkers at the
church. [Photos courtesy of Joyce Walker]
Vincentians provide rides, at no cost,
to outside services.
• A co-op program with the Par-
ish Nurse Outreach Program of Holy
Cross supports a 12 passenger van
which transports registered clients to
Mass, grocery stores and medical ap-
pointments three days per week. Last
Year, the Vincentians volunteered 432
hours of service to 120 homebound,
elderly passengers.
Murray explains, "Because this is
a beach parish, many homeless indi-
viduals and families visit us.
Vincentian Meals grew out of
these visits and the need to help. On
July 18, 2009, a hot lunch was pre-
pared and served by volunteers from
the society, the church and the neigh-
borhood. We fed 150 hungry guests
who dined on freshly made beef stew,
French bread, soda, snacks, apple pie
and ice cream. Each guest was given
a take-away bag containing small toi-
letries, bus passes, McDonald coupons
and a voucher to the thrift shop for
clothing or shoes."
• St. Gabriel parishioners make
monthly food donations to the Food
Pantry at Our Lady Queen of Heaven
in this district.
• And lastly, there are scheduled
monthly visits to permanent residents
in a local nursing home/rehabilitation
center in Pompano Beach.
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commission
Continued from page I
the largest loss in revenues is
in intergovernmental funds.
The commission will hold a
regular business session Tues-
day morning 9 a.m.

Pier lease

will be rebid
There's no food service
on the Deerfield Beach fishing
pier, and it may be awhile
before beachgoers and anglers
can order breakfast or lunch
there. Last week, city com-
missioners could not get the
super majority needed to
name JB 's restaurant the new
leasee and decided to put the
24-month contract out for bid
again. First time around, the
bid was awarded on a point
system with JB's the clear
winner.
JB's had won the con-
tract over four other bidders
and then ran afoul of the
city's new ethics code which
requires companies seeking
to do business with the city to
disclose compaign contribu-
tions. JB's owners contributed
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea fire
official arrested for gasoline
heist in Oakland Park
By Judy Vik
Pelican writer

An officer with the Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea Volunteer
Fire Department was arrested
Tuesday for allegedly steal-
ing gasoline from an Oakland
Park BP station, according to
the Broward Sheriff's Office.
John Louvaris, 52, of
Pompano Beach, battalion
chief with the Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea VFD, was charged
with misdemeanor petit theft
for pumping 15 gallons of
gasoline from Richardson's
BP station at 4389 North
Andrews Avenue. He spent
the night in jail before paying
$25 bond.
Keith Richai'dson, station
owner, told police Louvaris
came into the station at about
5:25 p.m. and purchased $10
worth of gasoline. Richard-
son turned on the pump but
said it appeared it was taking
Louvaris a long time to pump
the gasoline.
Richardson said he saw
Louvaris and another man,
later identified as Louvaris's
brother, Stephen, driving a
white pick-up truck, passing
the nozzles back and forth
from one pump to another.
He saw the second man put a
black computer-type object in
his pocket. Richardson said
the remote control device
used in the gasoline busi-
ness to deactivate pumps. He
added that the devices could
be purchased on the internet
and allows fuel to flow with-
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Friday, September 4,2009
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Preparation for flu season begins at

home with responsible families
No one wants to add fear to this year's flu season, and if the HlNl
pandemic is like last year's hurricane season, with no hurricanes of any
substance, we will be simply grateful.
But as the economy remains in a fragile state, and local government
budgets are whittled down to bare bones, there are serious acts of prepara-
tion that all of us can take to heart to minimize this year's flu season.
The state and county health departments are clear in their directives to
teach children ways to destroy and avoid germs.
Hand washing is the best defense against picking up germs. Parents and
children have a better chance of avoiding germs and virus infections by
washing their hands, drying them with a paper towel and using the same
paper towel to open a bathroom door.
Sneezing in the sleeve as opposed to the hand makes excellent sense. It
may take an entire generation to learn this trick as most people are accus-
tomed to catching a sneeze in their hands. Of course, the mighty handker-
chief will have to be replaced with a disposable tissue—and disposing of the
tissue is part of the safeguard rules to control germs.
Officials reiterate that flu symptoms accompanied with a fever are red
flags to keep the child at home. Health officials add that the fever should
be gone for 24 hours before sending the student back to his class and his
classmates.
While jobs are precious these days with unemployment still rising, all
adults who are sick should also stay at home to avoid infecting others in the
office.
If we are all vigilant and careful, we can reduce the number of flu cases
this season. It will take responsibility and courage to do this, but we must
-keep the numbers low. It has to start in the family with some straight talk-
ing.
Officials say the vast majority of anticipated flu cases will be uncom-
fortable but manageable.
Fragile persons must also be protected from infection. Don't be the
weak link in the chain of safety this flu season. Flu shots for HlNl are still
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I am constantly on the go and need to take some time for myself. However,
it has been so long that I don't know how to do that
anymore. Do you have any suggestions?

On the Go in Margate

Dear On the Go,
A good way to approach taking time for yourself is
to imagine the nature of a child, excited to explore and
play. Take on those qualities as you begin to rediscover
yourself. At first, this may feel unfamiliar , and you
may not know what to do but in actuality, this is your
key to reconnecting to your essence.
The opportunity to search inside and embark on
an honest exploration, without having a specific intent
or goal in mind, will lead you to rediscover who you
are and what you love. Give yourself permission to go
on this journey of self discovery; it will happen once
you choose to slow down and pay attention to what
you think, how you feel, what you say and what you
do. There are no guidelines in terms of what should or
should not exist when exploring.
It is more about recognizing what is happening in
your life at any given moment.
I encourage you to be open and allow all that lies
within you to exist without judgment. In this way, you
will not be discounting the things you are uncomfort-
able acknowledging about yourself. Facing every part
of you is like seeing each part of a puzzle, all the pieces are important in the
creation of a complete picture.
Create the space to connect with yourself by setting aside some quiet time
to meditate, draw, journal, dance, exercise or do anything that connects you to
your natural essence. Remember, rediscovering yourself is a lifelong journey,
have fun with it and realize that spending time with yourself and listening to
your inner voice will reconnect you to your true self.
Debbie

Please be advised that the advice written in this column is not a substitution
for psychotherapy.
Debbie GoUlieb, MSW
works with individuals,
couples and families to
help them uncover inner
strengths and rediscover
their true selves through
mind, body and spirit.
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Wells named

director of

Broward's

human

services
Mandy Wells, a 20-year
Broward County employee,
has been named director of
the Community Partnership
Division in the County's Hu-
man Services Department.
The Conmiunity Part-
nership Division works to
collaborate with community
partners, including non-profit
and for-profit social service
providers, faith-based organi-
zations, goverrmiental entities,
and advocates and consumers
to ensure that community-
based human services are cost
effective, coordinated and
performance based in meeting
the needs of Broward County
residents.
"We are extremely
pleased that Mandy has ac-
cepted this important appoint-
ment as she brings a wealth
and depth of experience to the
position. As director of the
Community Partnership Divi-
sion, Wells will have over-
sight for Child Care Licensing
and Enforcement, Children's
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Correction
The Deerfield Beach
Computer club will return to
Westside Park Conamunity
Center, 445 SW 2 St., Deer-
field Beach on Sept. 4 at 10
a.m.
The club offers a free first
class. For more information,
call Barry at 954-725-9331 or
visit www.db-cc.org.
Last week. The Pelican
published the incorrect date.
We regret the error.
Smart boat captains never head out to sea without
inexpensive Tow Boat U.S. membership protection
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Captain John Hauf says,
"Call me Barney," as he sits
back to explain Tow Boat
U.S. membership and how
the conamercial towing busi-
ness came into being. "It
pays to be a member of this
national association because
as anyone who spends time
on the water can tell you,
any boat can suddenly have
trouble because of a mechani-
cal problem, needing a jump
start, fuel delivery or soft
ungroundings. If a boater has
membership protection, he
can be rescued any number of
times for a flat annual fee of
$135. Without membership, a
distressed boat will cost about
$750 per incident to be towed.
Buying a membership in Tow
Boat U.S. is like having AAA
for watercraft. Last year we
towed about 1,400 boats.
Eighty percent of those tows
were members."
Bob Apfelberg is glad he
has a membership. He says,
"When both motors shut
down on Gypsy my 42-ft.
Sport Fisherman, I was four
to five miles off shore. I
contacted Tow Boats U.S. and
their response was exactly
as promised. They said they
would reach me within 30
minutes, and they did. I
found them prompt, reliable,
and I can't say enough about
their good service."
Tow Boat U.S. also offers
a gold membership for $176
per year which has all of the
benefits of the less expensive
policy plus 100 percent cover-
age for boats towed from
home dock to service facili-
ties.
According to Hauf, most of
the calls for towing are due to
engine overheating, steering
failure, propeller damage, bat-
tery failure, soft ungroundings
Tow Boat U.S. to the rescue! The
Captain of this boat is happy to see
Tow Boat U.S. pull up to help with the
problem. Local Tow Boat U.S. has an
11 tow boat fleet offering services to
boaters at Hillsboro, Fort Lauderdale
and the New River as well as 137 miles
offshore including Bimini, Freeport
and the Northern Abacos. [Photos
courtesy of Tow Boat U.S.]

and running out of fuel. Boat
U.S. members just present
their card, and they will be
towed for no additional cost.
Coverage extends to all recre-
ational boats whether owned,
borrowed or chartered.
Russ Belleville says, "I've
had a membership with Tow
Tow Boat U.S. for years and
never used it until recently.
My outboard motor failed me
at the Intracoastal Waterway
and Hillsboro. I called them,
and they were there in 20
minutes as promised. The
captain assessed the situation,
secured my boat and towed
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me to Pioneer Park. I was glad
I had this service, and I feel no
boater should be on the water
without it."
To avoid needing a tow,
Hauf suggests, "Maintain the
cooling system by changing
impellers regularly. Check fuel
levels before leaving the dock.
Maintain battery electrolyte
levels and do good general
maintenance."
"We encourage all boaters to
use this inexpensive coverage
to avoid high towing charges,"
Hauf says. " We have a fleet
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along with captains who are
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We service boaters from
home ports to 137 miles off
shore. That means we're on
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Friday, September 4, 2009
Deerfield residents getting a tax break, hike in fire fee is off the table
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Deerfield administrators
cut a $50 increase in its fire
fee and reduced the proposed
millage as they work to re-
move $6.4 milUon in general
fund expenses and balance the
2010 budget at 5.3 mills.
The task began Monday
night when city commission-
ers ordered City Manager
Mike Mahaney to eliminate
the additional fire fee and hold
to last year's millage rate of
5.3 percent. His original bud-
get called for an increase in
real estate taxes to 5.89 mills.
The budget debate
continued Tuesday with two
commissioners highly critical
of how Mahaney funded the
initial $3 million cut and the
five percent across-the-board
reductions he used to save
another $3.6 million.
Commissioner Bill Ganz
said five percent could not
be cut "responsibly" in every
department. "In my opinion"
the city manager said, "I had
clear direction to ask the
department heads to cut five
percent."
Mayor Peggy Noland said
department heads should have
been told early on to cut their
budgets and felt they "got no
direction" in preparing their
fiscal plans.
At times, the dialogue
grew contentious with Com-
missioner Joe Miller accusing
Ganz of "grandstanding."
On Monday, Mahaney,
aware the increase in the fire
fee was on the commission's
chopping block, cut the $3
million it would have brought
in. But Ganz chastised him for
taking "the low hanging fruit"
such as $ 1 million in matching
funds for a new firehouse and
$300,000 from the contin-
gency fund, instead of making
line cuts in the budget. "(Cut-
ting) public safety should be
a last resort. Cut the fat first,"
Ganz said.
Commissioner Marty Po-
pelsky said he wanted the cuts
made without layoffs, no re-
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for three new fire stations.
Mahaney called his request
"mission impossible."
Angered by the criticism
of Mahaney, Commissioner
Miller said "I thought it wise
to go with the rollback rate
(5.89 percent). I'd like money
in the bank for emergencies.
The department heads know
where the extra money is.
A month ago we were $14
million away from a balanced
budget. Budgeting for the
same revenues as the year
before is responsible steward-
ship," Miller said.
Ganz said he has been
asking Mahaney, publicly and
privately, to cut the millage
back to 5.3 percent. "There is
far too much in carry over,"
he said. At the end of this
fiscal year, estimates are there
will be $18 million in unused
funds, $9 million of which is
being used to balance the new
budget.
The cuts include ev-
erything from $400 in the
Beautification Committee's
$8,000 budget to $174,000
for lobbying contracts to
$240,000 for special events
including Fourth of July. The
department taking the biggest
hit is parks and recreation
where Mahaney has shaved
nearly $525,000. All com-
munity programs including
Packer/Rattler football. Little
League baseball and Broward
Homebound were reduced by
five percent.
Because of law suits over
the installation of red light
cameras at intersections, Mah-
aney had already cut revenues
of $500,000.
Wednesday afternoon, af-
ter a three-hour meeting with
Mahaney, Ganz admitted that
cutting $6.4 million is a "huge
challenge." Some conces-
sion may have to be made, he
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as much as possible and then
adjust the millage.
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scheduled to meet at press-
time t to review the pared-
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request citing "significant
shifts in retirement patterns ...
will result in a change in the
cost of retirement plans." In
a hypothetical example, an ex-
tended DROP could cost the
city $400,000, Sammons said.
A pension stipend plan
has been eliminated Confutt
said because it turned out to
be more costly than antici-
pated and several other items
concerning internal practices
have been taken off the bar-
gaining table. The firefighters
still want written assurances
they will be privy to dis-
cussions concerning health
insurance benefits, but the city
is reluctant to bring the union
into that issue. Firefighters
also want the right to bid for
station assignments, a request
not favored by the fire chief.
The city's new proposal
in all contracts that the 'last
chance agreement' be elimi-
nated, also concerns the fire-
fighters who say their system
of dealing with employees
who test positive for drugs or
alcohol while on the job has
been very successful.
The city wants to dismiss
anyone who tests positive and
not offer a second chance pro-
bation period. Sammons said
the economic times are pro-
ducing larger pools of workers
to choose from and employers
do not need to be tolerant
of people with problems. He
said the last chance program
is frequently unsuccessful, but
Confrutt said the union's more
rigid rules - suspension with-
out pay, probation, random
testing, community service
- have produced good results.
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Beach.
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Lauderdale to take advan-
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including captains, dispatch-
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maintenance and administra-
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Commercial towing and
salvage businesses came
into being in 1989 when the
Coast Guard stopped giving
free tows and established a
new search and rescue policy.
Hauf chuckles as he says,
"This is a perfect example of
how a need created a whole
new industry. The Coast
Guard used to tow boats for
nothing, but now it's busy
with security and other patrol
policies.
In addition to towing, this
company has other divisions
offering different services.
Launch service provides
transportation of cargo and
people from land to ships
traveling South Florida wa-
ters.
A commercial charter divi-
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private and government cus-
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in surveying, research or other
purposes.
The yacht towing division
assists large motor yachts up
to 200-feet with docking or
towing services through the
narrow confines in the New
River en route to marinas or
service facilities.
Another division provides
professional and ethical sal-
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The Pelican 11
Gas heist
Continued from page 5
When Richardson went
outside to stop the suspects,
Stephen Louvaris drove off.
Richardson jumped in front
of John Louvaris' truck so he
couldn't leave. Louvaris was
orderly and complied with
him, Richardson said.
Richardson removed two
large plastic drums from the
rear of Louvaris' truck and
called police. Louvaris was
arrested for the theft of gaso-
line and transported to the
Oakland Park district office
and then to the BSO Main
Jail.
The total loss from Lovau-
ris's brother was 95 gallons at
$2.72 per gallon or $259 plus
$200 for resetting the pumps
and $185 for maintenance, for
a total of $690.95. The total
loss from John Louvaris was
15 gallons at $2.89 per gallon
or $43.35.
Mike Jachles, Broward
Sheriff's Office spokesper-
son said, "This man is a fire
fighter stealing gasoline and
transporting it in leaking un-
approved containers."
Pompano

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An argument turned
deadly early Wednesday in
front of a Shell gas station in
Pompano Beach when one
man fatally stabbed another.
The victim, 33-year-old
Edris Berry, who lived near
the gas station, was transport-
ed to North Broward Medical
Center, where he died. BSO
homicide detectives are look-
ing for two men in their early
20s. Both have short-cropped
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Friday, September 4, 2009
Great food, friendly service are on the menu at Rotelli in Pompano Citi Centre
By Malcolm McClintock
Pelican writer

Rotelli
1901 N. Federal Hwy
(Pompano Citi Centre)
Pompano Beach
Tel: 954-582-9211

www.rotellipizzapasta.com

Walking through the
Pompano Citi Centre, the
Rotelli restaurant sign beck-
ons one with its recognizable
yet subdued elegance. It may
seem like another typical trat-
toria offering classic Italian
fare, but the truth is far more
surprising.
Manager and Executive
Chef Matthew Wernau has
brought his culinary expertise
to this well-run operation.
Although Rotelli has about
30 restaurants throughout the
US, the menu at this particular
franchise has been enhanced
to offer a more authentic
dining experience. "I can't
take anything away from our
standard menu, but I can add
as much as I want to it" says
Wernau with the wry smile of
a young talent who is proud of
his cooking.
To begin with, the decor at
Rotelli's is warm and inviting
with soft Sinatra era music
permeating throughout. The
staff is well-trained and su-
perbly helpful. In fact, "I like
the food and atmosphere so
much, I come here for dinner
on my day off!" admits Linda,
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The first items my wife
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The chowder exuded bold
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quality of its ingredients.
As it was seafood night at
Rotelli (Thursdays), we were
then presented with a few
house specials. The first was a
glorious plate of giant ravi-
oli stuffed with shrimp and
lobster. The enormous soft
pasta shells were smothered
in a spicy, tomato-based Fra-
Diavolo sauce. The seductive
See Rotelli on page 13
Friendly Felipe and owner Paul Carnrick show off the decadent Rotelli
cheesecake.
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Friday, September 4, 2009
The Pelican 13
Rotelli
Continued from page 12
flavor profile of this zesty dish
will stay on your mind long
after you have left the restau-
rant.
The second entree was a
titillating plate of Unguine
alia Carbonara. Loaded with
crispy pancetta (Italian bacon),
this flavorful recipe includes
onions, green peas, egg and
various cheeses. Ours came
with a large shrimp crowning
the entire presentation. "We
use only top-quality jumbo
shrimp in all our main dishes"
states Wernau.
With the meal, we enjoyed
some of the most reasonably
priced wine I have found
anywhere in South Florida (a
bottle of good California Zin-
fandel for $15 - quite astound-
ing!) With selections from
Italy, Spain, France, Chile and
the U.S. Rotelli is also a great
place to simply drop in for a
drink and some appetizers.
As all dishes are made
to order, everything served
comes piping hot and freshly
prepared. If crustaceans aren't
your favorite, then Rotelli has
myriad alternate options for
you. From chicken Marsala
to veal Piccata, from eggplant
Parmigiana to the traditional
meat lasagna, all the classics
are well represented.
It is also important to
remember that Rotelli special-
izes in gourmet pizza pies as
well.
For example, the San Remo
with grilled chicken, artichoke
hearts, roasted red bell peppers
and mozzarella cheese is sure
to be a crowd pleaser.
For dessert, an order of
the decadent cheesecake or
tiramisu is the ideal way to
cap off a memorable dinner.
If you are there for lunch, be
sure to take advantage of their
extensive midday specials that
include regular menu dishes
as well as salads, sandwiches,
soups and wraps.
"We use only the best
ingredients to prepare all our
food, sauces and dough in
house" says Paul Carnrick,
the owner of this particular
franchise "and we will gladly
deliver anything on our menu
to your home as well."
In fact, Rotelli is becom-
ing a recognized source for
great catered food. With ample
parking, acceptance of all
major credit cards and wheel-
chair accessibility, this is one
restaurant that will satisfy any
taste bud for under $20.
And remember to bring the
kids as Rotelli has plenty of
children's favorites as well as
providing each child with their
own ball of pasta dough to
play with as they see fit.
Buon appetito!
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Lyons Road South, Coconut
Creek.
The Florida Trail As-
sociation is a nonprofit
volunteer organization that
builds, maintains, protects
and promotes the 1,400 mile
Florida Trail, one of only
eight National Scenic Trails in
the United States, in partner-
ship with the USDA Forest
Service. Volunteers also build
and maintain other trails on
public land, known as the
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tunities for people to learn to
appreciate and conserve the
natural beauty of Florida, as
well as recreational opportuni-
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Artists to meet

in LBTS
The next meeting of the
Our Art-by-the-Sea Associa-
tion will take place Tuesday,
Oct. 13 at the Freidt Fam-
ily Fellowship Hall of the
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Coirmiunity Church, 4433
Bouganvilla Drive, Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea. The meet-
ing will run from 7 to 9 p.m..
A short business meeting
will be followed by a presen-
tation on "Artist's
Trading Cards" by Romi
Tarlamis.
Romana "Romi" Tarlamis
works as a full-time artist
using multi-media materials.
Romi specializes in murals,
Trompe O'-eil, faux finishes,
decorative detail, paintings
and painted fumishings.For
additional information please
contact:
Fran Scheffler, Program
Committee Chair, 954-772-
1684
Native plant sale, lectures and

more at Fern Forest Park
On Saturday, Sept. 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Fern For-
est Nature Center in Coconut Creek will host its Go Native in
Broward County Plant Sale, where the public can stock up on
plants that create environmentally friendly landscapes that will
save time and money, protect natural resources, and provide
wildlife habitat.
Native-plant nurseries and vendors will display and sell
plants native to South Rorida, including plants suited to but-
terfly and wildlife gardening.
There will also be a Mobile Extension Office with Florida
Master Gardeners distributing materials on sustainable land-
scaping, water and soil conservation, gardening with native
species, pruning, butterfly gardening, rain barrels, and integrat-
ed pest management.
A lecture series will be held in conjunction with the plant
sale, featuring the following topics: "What Is Bugging Us
Now?" by Sandy Granson of the Parks and Recreation Divi-
sion's Extension Education Section (9-9:30 a.m.); "Butterflies/
Atala Butterfly" by Sandy Koi of the Friends of the Anne Kolb
Nature Center volunteer group, 9:40-10:10 a.m.; "Parks Beauti-
fication" by Julie Brown of the Parks and Recreation Division's
Markham Park Nursery, 10:20-10:50 a.m.; and "Sustainable,
Florida-Friendly Landscaping" by John Pipoly, also of Exten-
sion Education, 11 to 11:30 a.m.
Fern Forest Nature Center is located at 201 Lyons Rd.
South, Coconut Creek. Call 954-970-0150.
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Living Space. Lot Rent Paid For
September. Turn-Key & Move-In.
Reduced $12,500. 954-806-
9815,^/4 _______

OPEN HOUSES
POMPANO OPEN
SATURDDAY 1-4pm. The
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Riverside Drive Unit 704.
Enjoy Stunning ICW Views
From The Open Balcony Of
This 1/1 Condo. Remodeled
Kitchen, Hurricane Impact
Sliders. Call Camille Hall For
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954-254-2085. 9/4
POMPANO OPEN MONDAY 1-
4pm. 1201 N Riverside Drive Unit
10. It's Like Heaven Or Earth.
Gorgeous ICW Water Views. 1/1
With Impact Windows. Camille
Hall Balistreri Realty. 954-254-
2085. 9/4___________________


CONDOS FOR
SALE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
- Century Village Deerfield.
1/1 55+. New Carpet, Paint,
Ceiling Fans& Light Fixtures.
Extra Clean. $29,900. 561-
271-4761. 9/18
LBTS - SOUTH LEISURE - 1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright. Call:
954-49.^-8894.


CONDOS FOR
RENT
LAUDERDALE BYTHE SEA
1/1 Furn., Ocean View. Pool
& Laundry. No Pets. Rent/
Sale . 954-941-4848 Or 954-
788-8197.9/4
PRESSURE
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9S4-254-S68S
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Free Estimates
POMPANO PALMAIRE -
Large 2/2, Golf Course View.
New Tile, Paint, Fixtures &
Appliances. Pool, Assigned
Parking. $975. Owner 678-
429-9115. 9/11
POMPANOBEACH-1 Block
To Beach. 1/1 Fully Furnished.
New Kitchen, Bath. Walkin
Closet. Full Cable, DVD,
VCR, WIFI. Sept 1 Thru Dec.
$800 Plus Electric. 954-540-
9724. 9/4
FT LAUDERDALE
WATERFRONT-1/1.5Totally
Renovated. Granite Counter
Tops, Hardwood Floors.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
$1050 Month. No Pets.
954-588-1644 Or 954-696-
5936. 9/4
POMPANO BEACH
3BR, 2.5BA, OCEAN
VIEW, WASHER/DRYER.
$1750 MONTH. COSTA
PROPERTIES, INC. 954-781 -
0047. 9/4
DEERFIELD BEACH 1/1
Condo On Lake With Great
Views. Very Nice Complex.
$775 Month. 954-263-8081.
9/4
POMPANO BEACH -
Leisureville 55+. 1st Floor 2/1
On Golf Course. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Available Oct 1st.
$750 Month. 954-608-7630.
9/4_________________________
POMPANO PALM-AIRE.
Partly Furnished 2/2 1st
Floor. New Kitchen, Near
Casino, On Golf Course.
Near Shopping, Free Cable
&Water.$1100Mo.Qall954-
971-8109.9/4
APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Pet Friendly. Call
Frank 954-545-5599. 9/18
Warning!

Advertising a business that is
unlicensed may result in fines from
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POMPANO BEACH 1
Bedroom 1 Bath $700 Mo.
East Of Federal. Walk To
Everything. Tiled, Patio. . F/
L7S. 954-295-8908. 9/4
POMPANO/DEERFIELD BY
THE BEACH. Immediate
Occupancy. Annual &
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Unfurnished. Efficiencies
From $695 - All Included.
1 Bedroom $999 - Includes
Cable, Internet. Low Move-
In. Coin Laundry, Pool, Well
KeptBuilding.SmallPetOK.
2 FREE Weeks With Yearly
Lease. Owner Agent 954-
608-7368. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH Cozy 1 /I Apt
With Pool & Laundry Facilities.
$675 Month. Yrly Lease Call
I3aiicL954-7B3ra7_23._
HILLSBORO INLET -
AlA...2/2.5 Townhouse.
Marble, Granite, Washer/
Dryer. Private Yard & Jacuzzi.
$1750 Month. More Info 954-
673-2292. 9/4
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts./
Villa/Duplex. $600 To $1100
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NE 23 Avenue. 954-298-
6370. 9/4
HOUSE FOR
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POMPANO BEACH 621 NE 35
St. 2/1 With Large Yard & Shed.
Pets OK. $950 Mo Yrly Lease.


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References. Sr & Small Pet
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STUDIO/
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FOR RENT
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561-309-2214.
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Beach. Includes Electric
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Pets. $650 Month. 954-326-
0405. 9/4
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1312. 9/4________________•
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RENT
POMPANO BEACH - Nice
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Bay with Rollup Door. 3671 NE
12 Ave., $850+tax. Yearly lease.
Act Quick! Hurry. Call Darci at
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Office Warehouses. 700
sf & 1400 sf. A/C in front.
Overhead doors in back.
$450 Month. 561-654-1331
or 561-998-5681. 9/11
STORAGE
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- Outdoor Storage, ti-ucks/
trailers/boats. Call 954-520-
1777. 9/25/
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Moving Sale. Everything
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Saturday Sept 5, Sunday
Sept 6, Monday Sept 7.
Doors Open 9:30am. No
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Friday, September 4, 2009
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MATTRESSES TWIN $90.
FULL $110. QUEEN $130.
KING $180. FRAMES $30.
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Useds Months $750. Wheelchair
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The Wilton Manors Police
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fire truck will also be featured
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Boss, Kiwanis Club chairper-
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with its traditional covered
dish supper at 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the
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ter, 217 NE 4 Ave., Pompano
Beach.
Everyone is invited to
bring a dish to share and join
friends and neighbors for
good fellowship and a look
at what the Historical Society
has planned for the upcoming
season.
In addition to the monthly
public programs (held on
the third Wednesday of the
month), there will be in-
formation on the Historical
Society's Green Market, the
Kester Cottage Museums,
historic preservation activities
in the community, as well as
upcoming special events.
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ervation; just show up at the
Historical Society at 6:30
p.m. with a covered dish and
an appetite. The Society will
provide tableware and drinks.
For directions and further
information, call 954 292-
8040.


St. Coleman

School Opens

New Wing

Getting ready for the new
school year has been in the
works for 18 months at St.
Coleman Catholic School.
A new school wing was
completed in time for the first
day of school.
The classrooms have been
furnished with new desks and
chairs as well as technology
advanced SMART boards and
computers. "This has been
part of the vision that St. Cole-
man School has aspired to
achieve," explained principal
Lori St. Thomas, PhD. The
new school is home for two
second grade classes, three
fifth grade classes and one
computer lab equipped with
new laptops. It will also allow
classroom space for the music
and Spanish programs at the
school. "This completes our
goal to grow to three classes of
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St. Coleman School is lo-
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south Pompano Beach. More
information on the school can
be obtained by calling 954-
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Deerfield Church to host memorial for Sept 11 World Trade victims
Special to The Pelican

The community is invited
to worship at Community
Presbyterian Church at 8:30
and 10:30 a.m. and remem-
ber with us the thousands
who perished in New York's
World Trade Center, at the
Pentagon, and in the Pennsyl-
vania countryside on 9/11/01.
The congregation will re-
member the thousands of ser-
vicemen, women and civilians
who have died or were injured
in Middle East conflicts since
Photo contest in LBTS
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Chamber members are looking for
a photograph that best suits this small town on the ocean.
For its annual photography contest to find the best photo
for the cover of its Visitors' Guide, the game is afoot for all
photographers.
Photo entries should be accompanied with
a $5 entry fee for each photo to the
Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center, 4201 Ocean Drive

By Oct. 1. Call 776-1000.

East Pompano Civic group
The September meeting will be held on Monday, Sept. 21 at
7 p.m. at the Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce,
2200 East Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach. Call 954-941-
2940. www.eastpompanocivicassociation.com
that date. '
The sermon, presented
by Interim Pastor, Dwyn
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ence Shadrach, Meshack, and
Abednego in King Nebuchad-
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3:19-25)
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"Litany of Remembrance"
with intermittent tolling of the
church bell.
There will also be prayers
for the United Nations, which
aids refugees displaced by
warfare and especially with
women and children.
Community Presbyterian
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