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September 11 2009 • Pompano Beach • Deerheld Beach • Lighthouse Point • Lauderdale-By-The-Sea voi xv, issue 37
Turtle Nesting Season is here! Tuiile Nesting S|tso^ Turtle Nesting Season is here!
13th annual

Dunn's Run,

the course has

changed, but the

cause hasn't
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer
There are major changes this year
in Dunn's Run, Northeast Broward's
most popular racing and walking event.
Faced with fewer large sponsors and
increasing costs, organizers have con-
solidated the course for the 5-mile/5K
run which benefits the Boys and Girls
Club of Deerfield Beach.
Instead of watching the sun rise
alongside the spke of the 'pink church,
on Sunday, Oct. 4, participants will see
day break over the waters of the Atlan-
tic where the race begins and ends at
the main beach paiking lot in Deerfield
Beach. The course will be laid out
along Ocean Way, Hillsboro Boulevard
and US 1, with the turn at the Tai^get
store south of SE 10 Street.
Acting Recreation Duector George
Edmunds said confining the race to one
city saves money on police and emer-
gency services, porta-lets, recreation
staff, water stations, transportation,
registration tables and other race ac-
cessories. BSO is the biggest expense
Edmunds said, and he is waiting for
that figure. "We say to them make it a
safe race. The choice is cops or bar-
ricades at intersections." Edmunds has
See DUNN'S RUN on page 2
New fire engine dedicated to
former Pompano fire chief
LETS poised to
bring in the big
fish on the beach
By Judy Vik
Pompano Beach Fire Chief Harry Small Fire Chief and former fire chief, Ralph "BLiddy" Borger
stand before the 2009 Pierce fire pumper, dedicated last week to Borger. The ceremony was held at
the Pompano Beach Fire Station and Safety Complex. Borger's wife, Shirley, attended the event.
The dedication is second in a series that began last year when new fire apparatus is dedicated to
outstanding fire department members who have made contributions to the city and the department
during their careers. Over his 22 year career with Pompano Beach Fire-Rescue, Buddy Borger rose
through the ranks from firefighter to Fire Chief in only 15 years. Chief Borger was also Pompano
Beach Firefighter of the Year in 1977. [Photo courtesy of Pompano Beach]


Judge denies CapeUini's motion to dismiss

By Judy Wilson________________
Pelican writer

Circuit Court Judge Dale C.
Cohen has denied a motion by former
Deerfield Beach mayor Al Capellini
to dismiss criminal charges against
him stemming from his failure to
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year,

and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement

By Rabbi David Hartley Mark
Temple Sholom, Pompano Beach

Life is full of temptation, and people often make mistakes. When Jewish tradi-
tion speaks of "sin," it can refer to humans behaving badly and making poor
moral choices, thereby obscuring the Divine image in whose likeness we are all
created.
The coming High Holy Days invite us to slough off the burden of sins we
have committed and begin the year anew.
Everyone likes the idea of making a fresh beginning, a new start, in their
relationships with people and God. That is why the Jewish year begins with the
two most important holidays: Rosh Hashana. or the New Year, and Yom Kippur,
or the Day of Atonement, days on which the majority of Jews worldwide attend
synagogue services, even Jews who prefer not to attend the remainder of the
year.
These holidays are solemn limes, during whicli Jews crowd synagogues, read
voluminous prayers asking for God's forgiveness and spend long hours in syna-
gogue, with plenty of time for soul-searching and thinking of ways in uhich to
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disclose his business relationship with
a company seeking plat approval from
the Deerfield Beach City Commission.
Cohen's order came down
Wednesday after Capellini and his
attorney David Bogenschultz appeared
in court September 3 to argue that
the case should be dismissed because
Capellini had no specific intent to
commit a criminal act and also that the
vote he cast was administrative, not
discretionary.
In his mling, Cohen said Capel-
lini's intent, or state of mind, was
not a proper subject for dismissal,
but a matter for a jury to decide, and
additionally, that by failing to file the
form disclosing his business interest,
Capellini failed in his public duty.
A trial date will now be set.
Pelican Writer
Fishing and surf casting may soon
be allowed on the public beach in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
Commissioners passed an ordi-
nance on first reading Wednesday to
allow fishing on the beach at certain
hours.
The vote was 3 to 2, Mayor
Roseann Minnet and Commissioner
Birute Clottey dissenting. Both wanted
to table the matter until a workshop
could be held. The second reading will
be at the second meeting in October.
See LETS on page 14

Higher vendor

fees nixed by

Pompano Beach

Commission says festivals, fairs
bring income to community
By Anne Siren
Pelican staff

Pompano Beach commissioners
made it clear on Tuesday that civic
and charitable events are welcomed in
their town.
On Tuesday, they struck three
items on the agenda that could have
doubled fees with additional fees such
as tax receipts and increased fees for
special pei-mits for some vendors'
events that raise funds for other orga-
nizations.
Pompano Beach and other cities
require vendors to purchase a "tax re-
ceipt" license to produce a local fair or
festival. The $52.09 tax receipt allows
a vendor to do business in the city on a
temporaiy basis. Other business own-
ers must pay a tax receipt on an annual
basis to operate in a city.
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Friday, September 11, 2009
Dunn's Run
Continued from page J

but $8,000 in his budget for
the event.
According to Edmunds,
Deerfield has always handled
the 'lion's share' of the event,
but was aided by police in
Lighthouse Point and Pom-
pano Beach. "The new setup
is as it should be. The Boys
and Girls Club is mainly for
the kids of Deerfield Beach,"
he said.
Fears that Hillsboro
Boulevard, under construction
for most of 2009, will not be
ready for the runners has been
dispelled by Public Works Di-
rector Charlie DaBmsco who
said this week the west bound
lane east of US 1 is paved and
smooth and ready for hun-
dreds of sneakered feet. His
only concern is that residents
of Little Harbor will be able
to get in and out of their com-
munity during the mn.
"We'll have a meeting a
bit later and get that worked
out," he said.
Dunn's Run is in its 13th
year. Major supporters are
Comcast, JM Family, Frank
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Dunn initiated the event.
Co-chairs are Taylor Ward
of JM and Tina Yeager of
Ocean to Ocean Health Care
who work with a committee
of local business people.
Incentives for race partici-
pants have also changed this
year. A drawing sponsored by
JR Dunn will be held every
20 minutes and the winner
will receive $500. A grand
prize drawing at the end of the
race is for $1,000. In addition,
participants raising at least a
$100 receive a three-day stay
at a three-star resort in any
of 92 locations; those raising
$500, receive an eight-day ho-
tel stay. In addition, there are
free t-shirts, a Panera Bread
breakfast and goody bags.
"With sponsorships really
down, community support
will be really important," said
Danielle Cox, Boys and Girls
Club Event Coordinator. In
the past, more than 1,500 run-
ners and walkers have entered
the event.
Pre-registration parties
are being held at the Cove
Restaurant, Sept. 26, 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m., and at Bonefish
Mac's, Oct. 3, 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Registration is $30. Par-
ticipants have the choice of a
5-mile run, a 5K run or a 5K
walk. The 5-mile is timed and
certified. There are categories
in all divisions.
For more, visit www.
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Friday, September 11, 2009
The Pelican 3
Community bus serv^ice reduced in
Hillsboro Beach to keep costs down
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Looking for ways to trim
their $4.2 million operat-
ing budget, Hillsboro Beach
Commissioners voted Tues-
day to reduce shuttle service
to three days a week, dis-
cussed outsourcing a position
and re-organizing the clerk's
office.
The vote to curtail the
shuttle was taken after Mayor
Carmen McGarry reported the
Broward County Transporta-
tion Authority will require,
beginning in January, a mini-
mum of 10 shuttle passen-
gers per hour for the town to
receive its stipend of $30,000
toward operating costs.
The free shuttle runs
weekdays along Al A into
Deerfield Beach, south on US
1 and loops back into Hills-
boro Beach via the 14 Street
Bridge in Pompano Beach.
For 2010, the service was
budgeted at $71,000.
Town Commissioner Tom
Pulari protested the move
saying the daily service is
important to residents for
shopping, doctor visits and
other appointments. But Mc-
Garry said "I am not confident
we will get the ridership," and
added people could plan their
trips around the bus schedule.
Reducing service will create
savings in the driver's salary
and benefits, cost of gas and
maintenance.
Commissioners also eyed
the cost of keeping a full-
time janitor, a position that
with benefits costs the town
$62,000 a year, $19,000 of
that for employee health and
life insurance, and asked Fi-
nance Director Robert Lange
to obtain figures to outsource
the job.
Commissioners also asked
that administrative expenses
be cut $50,000 from the pro-
posed $222,000 and suggested
a re-organization within the
clerk's office could accom-
plish this.

See HILLSBORO on page 19


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Friday, September 11, 2009
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Free caregiver

workshop

at Hyatt in

Pompano
There are lots of times when care-
givers need help and guidance. This
month, those caretakers will have a
free workshop dedicated to them.
On Wed., Sept. 16 at 12:30 p.m.
a free caregivers forum, "How and
When to Ask for Help" will be pre-
sented by Constance McKenzie
MSW, at Classic Residence by Hyatt
Pompano Beach 1371 S. Ocean Blvd.
Pompano Beach. RSVP required. Call
954-943-1936.

Tea, m'dear?
Women & Wishes is holding a
Tropical Tea at the W, 401 N. Fort
Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauder-
dale on Sat., Sept. 26, 12:30 p.m. The
afternoon offers high tea in lavish W-
style, a Chinese auction, live music,
live and silent auctions. Guest speaker
is Mindy Frumkas Baer. Tickets are
$50 and proceeds benefit Women &
Wishes, a Pompano Beach organiza-
tion that helps women transit through
life's challenges. For reservations, go
to www.womenandwishes.org.

Social
schmoozing
The Deerfield Chamber and Inner
Wisdom With Grace bookstore are
hosting a business networking party
Thursday, Sept. 17, 5:15 p.m. at the
store, 2018 E. Sample Rd., Lighthouse
Point. Drinks, snacks, door prizes and
a chance to meet local business people
are on the agenda. $15 at the door.

Cresthaven

group to meet
Cresthaven Neighborhood Watch
meeting will take place on Sept. 17
at 7 p.m. at St. Elizabeth Catholic
Church, 3331 NE 10 Terrace, Pom-
pano Beach. Pompano Beach Com-
missioner Charlotte Burrie will give
the group a community update. Call
954-786-7536.
Four Pompano High School Girls attend Girls State
thanks to American Legion Auxiliary, Post 142
Making a
Difference
Phyllis J. Neuberger wants your
suggestions about people you know
who are making a difference.
Call 954-783-8700 to recom-
mend a candidate for this column.
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Taking a crack at governing is
what Girls State is all about. Four
lucky juniors from Pompano Beach
High School had the chance to be-
come part of a mock elected govern-
ment for one week this summer thanks
to the generosity of American Legion
Auxiliary, Post 142. Auxiliary Presi-
dent Reggi Hammes explains.
"Once chosen, the girls become
representatives to Girls State in Tal-
lahassee. They live at Florida State
University and engage for one week
in a mock, but authentic, government
experience. Each year we contact local
high school guidance counselors who
get the word out to the girls. Girls who
are interested apply, and we screen
their applications, interview the best
candidates and select three or four.
This year we had enough funds to
underwrite four scholarships to Girls
State and the girls selected seem to be
truly outstanding."
The cost for each girl is $250.
In addition to paying the tuition, the
Auxiliary provides each girl with
free transportation and $100 spend-
ing money. On their return from Girls
State, the four young women reported
their reactions to the experience at the
August 13 American Legion Auxilia-
ry Post 142 meeting where they were
introduced by Trivel McKire, chair-
man of this project.
According to Hammes, "They
each gave glowing reports. We were
so pleased to hear how much they had
learned in their short week of govem-
Scholarship winners to Girls State reported on their experiences at the August meeting of American
Legion Auxiliary, Post 142. L to R: Past President Barbara Chapman, Aisha Storr, Ashley Florestal,
President Reggie Hammes, Haleigh Facteau, Jennifer Johnson and Girls State Chairman Trivel
McKire.
The recipients of scholarships to Girls State came back with glowing reports. L to R. Aisha Storr,
Ashley Florestal, Haleigh Facteau and Jennifer Johnson.
ing. They made us want to do it for
four more again next year, and I'm
sure we will."
Aisha Storr was elected county
attorney of the Supreme Court. She
presented a case and won it. "The
high point of my trip was a one-on-
one meeting with Governor Charlie
Crist," she says. "He is a real nice per-
son, especially for a political person. I
was surprised. Girls State was a good
learning experience. I have always
been interested in government. Now,
more than ever, I am anxious to pursue
my education in criminal law."
Haleigh Facteau hopes to attend
Rollins College in Winter Park when
she graduates. Her experience at Girls
State was so significant, she is consid-
ering a minor in government once she
gets to college.
At Girls State, she was elected
Sergeant At Arms for the senate and
says, "My job was to be in charge of
security inside the functioning senate.
I got to drop the hankie which is the
traditional way to end the week long
government of Girls State 2009. The
symbolic hankie was mine to keep. I
had a lot of fun. It was great week. I
didn't really want to go in the begin-
ning, and when the week was up, I
really didn't want to come home. We
all made an amazing number of new
friends."
Jennifer Johnson was elected to
serve as Secretary/Treasurer to the
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The Pelican 5
Girls State
Continued from page 4
in the House of Representa-
tives.
"I loved the whole experi-
ence," she says enthusiasti-
cally. "We made many new
friends. We were so spirited
and got very close. We're
now all on Facebook and stay-
ing in touch with each other.
I liked learning how the gov-
ernment works. We debated
and voted on bills. The health
bills were the most interest-
ing to me. I voted for a law
to have the contents of food
items posted on all restaurant
menus and that bill passed."
Asked about her career
aspirations, Johnson says, "I
hope to attend the University
of Florida in Gainesville to
become a nurse anesthetist."
Ashley Florestal was
elected to the House of Rep-
resentatives, and she says, "I
loved the whole experience.
I'd like to go right back and
do it again even though I was
totally unsuccessful in the bill
I offered up."
Her bill, No. 8, suggested
creating a tax bracket for
same sex couples to give them
all of the benefits of married
couples without benefit of
marriage. "I thought mine
was a good solution. We had
a heated debate for about an
hour with a split vote. My bill
was too controversial, and it
was tabled."
Ashley learned parliamen-
tary procedure and became
so interested she is taking an
elective class in government
this year as a high school
senior. She plans to attend
the University of Florida,
study law, enter the political
arena and eventually become
Speaker of the House. Asked
if she was kidding, she said
"No. I plan to live in either
California or New York, and I
will begin my political career
in one of those states."
The ladies of the Legion
will be tracking these ambi-
tious girls!
Thank you American
Legion Auxiliary, Post 142
for your support of Girls
State and the experience and
knowledge it gives to the
young women attending.
Briefs


Lunch and local lore
Vice Mayor Sylvia Poitier will reminisce about growing
up in Deerfield Beach at the next History at High Noon lecture
Wed., Sept. 16, noon, at the Old School House, 232 NE 2 St.,
next to city hall. Poitier is a native of Deerfield and remembers
much local lore. She has also enjoyed a long career in public
service having served as mayor of Deerfield Beach and on the
Broward County Commission.
The lecture is free. Bring a bag lunch. Drinks are provided.
Call the Deerfield Beach Historical Society, 954-429-0378 or
visit www.deerfield-history.org for further info.
Disco dancin'
Remember those white boots and that silver dress? Well,
you can wear them again at the "Stayin' Alive Disco Night"
Thursday, Sept. 24, 6 to 9 p.m. at Royal Fiesta Ballroom in the
Cove Shopping Center, Deerfield Beach. The evening offers a
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Opinions and Editorials
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ESTABLISHED 1993
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Letters
Ask Lori Parrish,
Broward County Tax Appraiser
Taxpayer Protection Alert
Recorded Deed Retrieval
Dear Lori,
I received a letter from a local record retrieval company offering a certified
copy of my recorded homeowner's deed for $50.00 plus $4.50 shipping and
handling. Is this offer legal or can I get a copy of my deed from your office?
C.V., Plantation, FL

Dear C.V.,
Every year brings new mailings aimed at Broward County homeowners.
The latest scam seems designed to trick you into believing for a substantial fee,
a company will send you a "certified deed" for your property. Unfortunately,
this practice seems to be legal but is very misleading.
The truth is deeds and many other important documents are already avail-
able online and free at the Broward County Records Division and linked from
our office's website. Older deeds prior to 1977 and recorded property deeds uti-
lizing social security numbers must to be ordered through the Broward County
Records Division either in person or by written request. The county charges a
nominal fee for reproduction ($1.00 a page/2.00 certified).
Reviewing and obtaining a copy of your deed is simple. Go to www.bro-
ward.org/records and enter the public search field or www.bcpa.net and enter the
property search field. Simply enter the name of the homeowner, and you will be
shown applicable property data enabling you to retrieve and print a copy of the
recorded deed.On the www.bcpa.net website, simply click on the "book num-
ber," located under the "sales history" chart to locate deed information.
If you are checking for liens, you may wish to check with the municipality
in which the property is located, as well as, the county Building Code Services
at 954.765.4400. If your query is related to the potential purchase of a piece of
property, it may be advisable to obtain the services of a professional to provide
maximum assurance of a clear title.
Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA
If you have a question for Lori Parrish, Broward County Tax Appraiser,
please email her at lori@bcpa.net or write to her at the Broward County
Property Appraiser's Office, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Room 111, Fort
Lauderdale, FL 33301.
Make it your choice to be happy
Dear Debbie,
How can I be happy when things aren't going right in my hfe?
Unhappy in Fort Lauderdale
Dear Unhappy,
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Happiness and things not going right in your life
are two separate issues. Happiness is a state of being;
it comes from within and can exist no matter what
your situation. It can also coexist with many different
emotions, such as anxiety, anger, sadness and more.For
example, you may experience happiness spending time
with your children even though you are coping with the
emotional turmoil of a divorce. In addition, moments
of happiness can exist even if nothing seems to be go-
ing right; you may notice yourself smiling-or laughing
unexpectedly at a movie, a joke, a person, or a random
situation.
This means that your happiness comes from within
and you can access it at anytime. Choosing to be happy
will also create positive energy to help you deal with
your adversity.
At first, this concept may seem difficult to accept,
since the furthest thing from our minds when things
are not going right is actually being happy. We tend to
become so consumed by our situation that we disregard
many other areas of our lives that provide us with joy
and satisfaction.
We also worry that if we are embracing happi-
ness, then our situation will not change. Therefore, it
is impoitant to recognize that happiness does not mean
acceptance of your situation in terms of not taking the
necessary steps to change it.
Happiness means the acceptance of your situation right now when it is in
the process of change or even if your circumstances cannot change. What ever
your situation, look for these moments of happiness. This will help you stay
positive, open you up to finding solutions and allow you to experience life to its
fullest.

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Please be advised that the advice written in this column is not a
substitution for psychotherapy.
Debbie Gottlieb, MSW
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couples and families to
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their true selves through
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By Norbert Izworski
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Plug-in Electric Vehicles,
or PEVs, are either all-elec-
tric, like the Chevy Voh, or
hybrid, like the Ford Escape
and Fusion. These vehicles
will significantly lower the
cost of driving a vehicle, re-
duce Green House Gases, re-
duce or eliminate many utility
'peaker-plants' and be used
as a back-up energy source
during power outages.
Since electric motors are
more efficient than internal
combustion engines, use
of PEVs will save owners
money. The Department of
Energy, or DOE, estimates
that seventy-five percent of
light trucks and cars can be
recharged using the existing
utility power capabilities.
However, the power is avail-
able primaiily at night and at
off peak times.
Ford Motor Company
recently announced details
of a two year collaboration
with ten utility companies
and the DoE, to develop a
system that allows the PEVs
to communicate with the
utility companies' Smart
Meters. This would allow the
PEVs to charge their batteries
when low-rate electricity is
available. Ford is supplying
twenty-one plug-in hybrid
Escapes to these utility com-
panies to perfect their Smart
Meter capabilities.
Recently, Florida Power
and Light announced that
they would install one million
Smart Meters in homes and
businesses in south Florida.
FPL plans to purchase three
See MOTHER NATURE on page
JO
New Lighthouse Point business owner
promises to get boats and property Ship Shape
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Richard Daino believes in
locating a business where it is
most needed. In his case that
adds up to South East Florida
where there are lots of boats
and lots of sunshine.
The owner of Ship Shape,
a new business in Lighthouse
Point at 5028 N. Federal Hwy.
says, "With so many marinas
and boat action, I figured this
was a perfect location for my
second retail operation. Area
people have already stopped
by to find out about our cus-
tom work for boats and aw-
nings for both residential and
commercial properties. We
custom create and repair ma-
rine canvas, cushions, uphol-
stery and enclosures for boats.
We also offer fixed frame and
retractable awnings. All of
the work is done right here in
our shop."
Daino opened his first Ship
Shape in Tabernier in the
Florida Keys four years ago
and it has been an overwhelm-
ing success. He says, "To me
that indicates that there is a
real need for the services we
offer. I, personally, do free
estimates at boat or in home
or business."
For water craft, Ship Shape
makes custom covers to pro-
tect the boat, bimini tops for
shade, glass enclosures and all
types of cushion and uphol-
stery work including yacht
interiors. For residential and
commercial application, the
company makes fixed frame
and retractable awnings.
According to Daino, the
retractables are very popular
in Rorida because they can
be retracted in the event of
storms and hurricanes. He
says, "Awnings have many
benefits. They are not only
an attractive addition to a
Richard Daino, owner of Sliip Shape, jiisl iipened al 5028 N. Federal Hwy. in
LHP, offers marine canvas, custom cushions and upholstery as well as awnings
for residential and commercial properties. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
Dilliam Cardona, shop manager in the brand new Lighthouse Point Ship Shape
has over 20 years of experience in custom canvas and upholstery.
property; they also reduce
cooling costs and inside fad-
ing of fabrics and furniture.
We offer a wide selection of
colors and patterns. And it's
all produced right here, in
full view of the public. We
hire only very experienced
people in the field. Dilliam
Cardona, our LHP shop man-
ager, has over 20 years of
experience in custom canvas
and upholstery."
Daino traces his success
to customer service and he
stresses, "We keep all ap-
pointments and deliver as
promised. This is very impor-
tant to our customers."
His clients support his
claims. A call to Carl Hansen
in the Keys got this response.
"/ work for a huge dealer-
ship. We use Richard for
all of our work because he
not only does great work,
hut he delivers on time.
That's important here in
the Keys where people are
laid back and not too reli-
able. "
Ron Moore, charter boat
captain of Miller Time in
Islamorada, echoes Hansen's
praise. "Richard has redone
my entire boat including
cushions, bridge enclosures
and other custom things. He
stands behind his work and
he keeps his promises."
Daino began working with
canvas over ten years ago.
"I learned by working as an
employee and then decided
to go on my own," he says.
"Because the demand is great
here in Florida, I focused my
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stery. We're open here 5 days
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Friday, September 11, 2009
Vendor
Continued from page 1

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vendors includes an increase
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event. Bird says, additional
time is used by city staff to get
approvals.
"The building department
has to get involved if tents are
used. Electrical inspections
are required for some events,"
Bird said.
According to Bird, the
question was whether the city
should fund this city staff time
for the event or if the promot-
er or applicant should fund it.
"We want to be fair to ex-
isting businesses," said Bird,
"but special events create
economic activity. We want
them. But you can't have too
many or you'll have vendors
all the time."
John Good, Good Event
Management, a Deerfield
Beach company, asked the
commissioners to think again
on "how to make fees equi-
table" for vendors.
Presently a "special
event" application for one day
costs vendors $25.
Other fees that include
zoning certificate [$25], busi-
ness tax receipt for organizer
[$155.76], zoning certificate
fee [$25], business tax receipt
for vendor [$52.09], for a total
of $257.85 if the event has
only one vendor All par-
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business tax receipt.
The proposed change
in special event fees would
have imposed a business tax
receipt increase to $78.75 for
the coordinator and $6 for
each vendor The application
fee would also be increased
from $25 to $100 for a total of
$323.75.
For Good's Seafood
Festival, co-sponsored by the
Pompano Beach Chamber,
fees would double due to
the number of vendors that
participate.
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funds for several charities,
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The Pelican 9
Vendor
Continued from page 8
Chamber. Good says this
year's Seafood Festival gener-
ated about $100,000 to local
groups.
"We have to take that
money from the charities or
raise prices for the vendors,"
said Good. "Most places
bend over backwards to help
special events. These festivals
and shows bring people to the
city. They bring dollars to the
community."
Good added that besides
permit fees, special event co-
ordinators also pay for police,
fire and waste management.
"The Broward Sheriff's
Office bill this year for the
Festival was $40,000," Good
said.
The proposed changes
found no support on the dais.
"Why do we nickel and
dime them all to death when
he's [Good] paying thousands
of dollars for fire, water and
police protection plus $700
for the building department?"
said Mayor Lamar Fisher.
"At the end of the day, these
events bring dollars into our
community."
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell agreed. "Special
events are more business for
everybody. We need to look at
a simple, uncomplicated fee."
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The issue is expected to
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Donations of seeds, soil
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energy storage system. This
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Peaker power plants sit idle
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holy prayer, according to the
tradition.
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Rosh Hashana, and falling
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The proposed ordinance
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who wantedto be able to fish
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Purcell. "It was embarrass-
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With the proposed amend-
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be allowed at any time other
than 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and
national holidays.
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will be on residents. He
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left behind in the sand. "You
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He said passing the ordi-
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would be left on the beach,
Purcell said, "All fishermen
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fun and make memories."
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will be affected and should
have been notified before this
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Friday, September 11, 2009
The Pelican 15
Children invited to develop green thumbs
Special to The Pelican
On Saturdays at the Pom-
pano Beach Library, 1213 E.
Atlantic Beach Blvd., teens
and adults are bringing back
the peppers to a town that was
built on farming.
Pompano Beach, once the
"Winter Vegetable" capital of
the world, still has that 'black
gold' to produce peppers, to-
matoes, beans and more.
The gardening program
takes place at the library from
10:30 to noon.
Today, Joanne Nelson,
Pompano Beach Garden Club,
will host a special program
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Nelson
will focus on starting a vege-
table garden of green peppers,
tomatoes and green beans.
The free program is geared
to students in the 4th and 5th
grades.
On Sept. 26, the garden club
members will make gardening
items from recycled material.
On Wednesdays from 12:30 to
1:30, pre-schoolers are invited
to join the club for stories and
crafts relating to the garden,
vegetables and butterflies.
Anita Magnotta, youth li-
brarian, says much of the suc-
cess of the youth gardening
club is due to the help of the
Pompano Beach Rotary Club
at Pompano Beach library
and other community mem- president of Bobcat of Bro-
bers.
Neal Vinkermulder has
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and suggestions; Gary Hale
for construction abilities; Ar-
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for tree trimming and stump
grinding; Toby Smith, vice
ward and Cloe Murru, volun-
teer teen organizer.
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The Pelican 19
Deerfield Beach
tax increase likely
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Deerfield Beach city
commissioners tentatively
adopted a higher millage rate
Tuesday - the rollback rate
of 5.89 percent - after failing
to find a $3.4 million sav-
ings in the proposed budget.
Commission Bill Ganz, the
strongest proponent of the
cuts, said this week "We can't
get to $3.4 miUion, but it is
not for lack of trying. To be
fiscally responsible, we can't
cut more. But I will be upset
if we raise taxes and then find
we didn't need to."
Last week, the commis-
sion asked City Manager
Mike Mahaney to hold the
current millage rate of 5.3
percent. Mahaney did cut
general fund expenses from
his proposed $84 million to
$81 million and coirunission-
ers continued to argue the
merits of funding local festi-
vals such as Founders' Days,
Mango Fest and the Brazilian
Fest. Mayor Peggy Noland
favored no funding for these
events saying "We can't give
the employees zilch, but we
spend $500,000 on festivals.
Let them (the organizers) hit
the Streets and get sponsors."
One source of revenue re-
mained in question, $500,000
that could be generated if red
light cameras are installed at
major intersections. Lawsuits
against several area cities have
caused Mahaney to pull that
from his budget, but Tuesday
Mayor Peggy Noland said,
"Pompano Beach is going
ahead with red light cameras.
It cost nothing. We really
should look into this..."
Noland also said she would
support funds for the Deerfield
Beach Arboretum rainforest,
delayed when the Arboretum
suffered severe hurricane
damage.
The final public hearing
and adoption of the 2010 bud-
get is scheduled for Tuesday,
Sept. 15, 7 p.m.
Hillsboro
Beach
Continued from page 3

had aheady shaved his $2.2
million budget by $100,000
and had included no funds
for building improvements,
equipment or police cars.
Nagy said the cuts were 'vol-
untary' and made "without
union intervention or resis-
tance" from his men.
An expected $121,000
hike in fire services was elimi-
nated when Deerfield Beach
cut a proposed $50 increase
in the fire fee. Celinda Saw-
telle reported that sanitation
service was being provided at
"the lowest rate around" and
could not be cut. In fact, she
told the commission when
the old contract comes up for
renewal, "we'll never get that
rate again."
In order to balance the
town's $4 million operating
fund, Lange has raised the
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LBTS
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Louis Marchelos told com-
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With this ordinance, he
said, "A thief could throw a
rod on his shoulder and case
the entire beach. We would
give up control of the beach."
And he said leftover bait
would leave nasty odors and
attract flies.
The Marchelos brothers,
owners of the Fishing Pier,
said the ordinance wouldn't
hann their business, since the
new fishermen may come to
them for bait and gear.
Clottey presented commis-
sioners with copies of minutes
from a 1941 commission
meeting where an ordinance
was passed approving build-
ing of a fishing pier, provided
that no surf fishing was per-
mitted in town. It was signed
by Mayor M.L Anglin and
Commissioner S.A. Anglin.
She said the town has a
contract and should abide by
it.
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd said he didn't think the
Anglins had a right to create a
monopoly.
Dodd asked for a clause
that no fishing be allowed
within 300 feet of the pier.
Commissioner Jim Silver-
stone asked that no chumming
be allowed.
"This is a great step in the
right direction," Dodd said of
the ordinance.
"We owe it to the people
to have a workshop. It's our
job to listen to the people,"
Clottey said.
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