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September 25 2009 • Pompano Beach • Deerheld Beach • Lighthouse Point • Lauderdale-By-The-Sea voi xv, issue 39
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Pompano Beach

increases tax rate

17 percent

Some Pompano Beach residents
will see a 17 percent tax rate increase
after commissioners approved the city
budget of $215,206,757 on Sept. 21.
The budget reflects a rate of
4.6663, or about $4.67 per one-thou-
sand dollars of the property's assessed
value.
The two largest portions of the
budget are fire [$19.2 million] and
police [$38.9 million].
Pompano Beach and other cities
took big hits with the declining prop-
erty values, the funding source for
municipalities.
Values in Pompano Beach dropped
an average of 27 percent.
Despite what some commissioners
See TAXES on page 5

LBTS Chamber

plans volunteer

beach clean up
Hopefully the weather will cool off
by Oct. 3 to attract volunteers to the
beaches of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea at
9 a.m. for a Chamber beach clean up.
The public is welcome, and volunteers
will be provided with supplies and
gloves. To help out or for more infor-
mation, call 954-776-1000.
Newest member of Deerfield
force is a drug detection dog
By Judy Wilson
Pelican staff

Hoover, a three-year-old black
lab, is the newest member of the
Deerfield Beach Sheriff's Office, and
perhaps the hardest working. With
boundless enthusiasm he attacks each
assignment at a gallop, ears flying,
nose in overdrive. The only things
that distract him are the occasional
stray chicken bone or discarded
French fry.
Hoover is BSO District lO's first
drug detection dog, trained in an elite
school in Rigaud, Quebec, which is
run by Canadian Border Services.
His $30,000 tuition was paid for
with a grant from Law Enforcement
Trust Funds.
Detective Greg Edlund, a
seven-year veteran of the local force,
is Hoover's handler. "'Going after
drugs is pretty much all he likes to do
except sleep on my couch and eat,"
Edlund said.
This day. Hoover is doing me a
favor. He is sniffing inside an old Jeep
my granddaughter drives, once owned
by a drug dealer who no longer needs
his wheels.
To prevent possible embarrass-
ment at the school she attends upstate,
Edlund agreed to have Hoover give
her car his nose test while we did the
interview for this story.

See HOOVER on page 12
Pompano

terminates

plans for pier

restaurant
Commissioners decide to

start over with new bids
By Anne Siren

Pelican staff

In a late night move, Pompano
Beach Commissioners scuttled aU
negotiations for a restaurant at the
municipal pier.
Vice Mayor George Brummer initi-
ated the idea to terminate talks with
developers. "We need to wipe the
slate clean and start from the begin-
ning," said Bmmmer. [This] proposal
has been aix)und for three years. It's
stale now. We haven't gotten any-
thing."
The news came as a surprise to Scott
Neilson, who had missed the meeting
due to a family illness.
Neilson is partner in Pier and Prom-
enade at Pompano Beach, LLC, the
company that has been negotiating
with the city for three years to final-
ize a 50-year lease for the $10 million
project. Plans included a three-tiered
restaurant, banquet hall and casual
dining facilities.
But more than a year ago, Pompano
officials uncovered documents that
prohibited use of parts of the land on
which the project was slated.
Those parcels had been donated to
the city for public use only, a fact that
had been overlooked by city staff for
more than 30 years during the time
in which a former restaurant. Fisher-
man's Wharf, had operated.
That discovery required new designs
for the pier project, but it was only one
roadblock of many to face this devel-
oper, including the resignation of the

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Friday, September 25, 2009
Pier
Continued from page I
city manager and the hiring
of a redevelopment firm to
oversee beach development.
District 1 Commissioner
Barry Dockswell supported
Brummer. "Let's get a new
bid going now," said Dock-
swell, who conceded that
Neilson had been active
in community activities,
including a recent volunteer
beach clean up. "But liking
someone and appreciating
his help doesn't mean that I
have confidence in his work.
He hasn't been ablelo show
us that he has the credentials
to do the job."
Neilson said he had only
recently met with members
of the CRA to discuss the
plans.
"I want to find out what
was behind this before I com-
ment on the issue. I'm disap-
pointed. This was a project
to bring Pompano Beach a
great dining and entertainment
area,'" Neilson said.
The vote was 5 to I with
District 4 Commissioner
Woody Poitier dissenting.
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Condo owners step in to protect homes from sea waters
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Hillboro Beach Mayor
Cannen McGarry is now op-
posed to a sand renourishment
project planned for late this
year saying it would be "a ter-
rible disservice to the town in
these economic times."
Costs of the project to
dump 360,000 cubic yards of
sand on the north mile and a
half of beach has been esti-
mated at between $4 and $7
million, numbers that depend
on whether or not a $2 million
FEMA grant comes through
and whether or not the town
can share a sand dredger be-
ing used in Boca Raton.
McGarry is also con-
cerned about the legality of
charging all residents for
work on private beaches. "We
should stay on track, but keep
the project on hold until the
U.S. Supreme Court makes
its decision. In the meantime,
prices are coming in lower."
The court is reviewing a
challenge to private beaches
and its decision could affect
the way beach nourishment
projects are financed.
All of Hillsboro's beaches
are privately owned by abut-
ting homeowners.
McGan7's comments
came after the town has spent
at least $100,000 on coastal
engineering studies and
$ 12,000 on a study to find an
equitable way to finance the
renourishment. The mayor's
comments come after a year
of both residents and commis-
sioners expressing concerns
about the state of the town's
beach and the expectation that
a renourishment project was
on track.
Her comments raised a
protest from resident Claire
Schubert who was the spokes-
person for an ad hoc commit-
tee formed to come up with a
fair assessment method for the
renourishment. Schubert, who
lives in the Overlook condo-
minium, said the middle mile
of beach between Opal Tow-
ers and The Ocean Grande is
also imperiled. In many places
the high tide is less than two
feet from vegetation that pro-
tects property.
McGarry said sand has
already accumulated in many
of the distressed areas, but
Schubert said, "If you walk
See BEACH EROSION on page
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Friday, September 25, 2009
The Pelican 3
Community rallies for University of
Florida Senior injured in ATV accident
By Anne Siren
Pelican staff

From his room at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Chris
Hickox, 23, says his big job
now was to keep himself and
his family in a "positive"
mode.
Chris, a few months
ago, was a pre-vet senior at
the University of Florida in
Gainesville, already in the
process of applying for veteri-
narian schools.
But an accident this July
changed everything.
July 18 began as a hunt-
ing trip on a swamp buggy in
Punta Gorda. It ended with
Chris being air lifted to a hos-
pital with spinal cord damage.
Today, Chris is paralyzed
with some ability in his arms
and hands to manipulate his
wheelchair.
A graduate of Cardinal
Gibbons High School, this
Pompano Beach man now has
to revamp his plans to march
on toward his goal.
"1 still plan to become a
vet," he says, "I will be ready
for the January semester"
Even now, he is taking
online courses to prepare for
veterinarian school.
Meanwhile, Chris'
parents, Teresa and Jim are
looking forward to the day
when their son can leave the
Jackson Memorial Rehab
Center and come home to his
own room.
Right now, they make
sure Chris is never alone.
They take turns spending the
night with him, and they are
working to redesign his room
to accoimnodate his physical
needs.
On Oct. 10, at 4 p.m..
Florida Gator, Chris Hiclcox faces new
challenges with support of family and
friends.
another group of people plan
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Chris will need for his com-
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See HICKOX on page 13

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Friday, September 25, 2009
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St. Nicholas Episcopal
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including art, jewelry and
other objects will be avail-
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breakfast, and lunch will also
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The Pelican 5
Taxes
Continued from page 1
called a "bare-bones" budget,
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$3.5 million to balance the
budget.
To make up for the
short fall, cormnissioners
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charitable donations, applied
funds from a police grant and
withdrew $300 from the city's
reserve funds.
In addition to property
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Commercial property
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Broward County lowers tax rate

The Broward County Board of County Commissioners passed the 2010
budget without raising property taxes on Sept. 22. The $3.3 billion budget
decreased by $314 million compared to the 2009 budget. This represents an 8.7
percent decrease from the current year's budget.
Owners of homestead property purchased within the last several years will,
on average, pay $264 less than this year and owners of residential property
without a homestead exemption are expected to pay, on average, $215 less than
in the current year. Property taxes should remain virtually the same for owners
of homestead properties who have been long time residents.
Closing a $109-million dollar gap in the taxpayer funded general fund
meant,that the Commission had to make some cuts in services. Most Broward
County parks will be closed two days a week and libraries will close on Sun-
days. Mandatory five-day furloughs for all Broward employees will be imple-
mented and up to 53 employees may be laid off. Some full-time employees were
moved to part-time positions.
Broward Mayor Stacy Ritter announced a long-running substance abuse
program that provides treatment for inmates in the Broward County jail will
continue throughout the next year. The 30-day drug treatment program will
be funded with approximately $400,000 from Broward County designated for
substance abuse and $400,000 from a BSO trust fund designated for inmate wel-
fare. The Sheriff had planned on cutting the program as part of the $21-million
in cuts that were made in the BSO budget.
ComiTussioners passed the budget 7-2. Broward County Coinmissioners Kri
tin Jacobs and Josephus Eggelletion, Jr. were opposed.
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Broward Commissioners enacted an ordinance that bans sexual offend-
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bus stops, and daycare centers. Similar ordinances are in place in the majority
of Broward County cities. A large number of sexual predators/offenders were
moving into unincorporated communities such as Broadview Park - where no
residency restrictions were in place.
Broward Commissioners voted to pick up a portion of the health care costs
for full time employees who were moved to part-time positions as a result of
budget cuts. Federal stimulus money will be used to cover a portion of those
costs for nine months.
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Robert Tripode, life and annuity specialist,
explains his products daily on Rob's talk show
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Robert Tripode & Son
have offices at 440 S. Federal
Hwy. Suite 103 in Deerfield
Beach. Asked to describe his
business, Robert Tripode says,
"We're an insurance agency
specializing in fixed annuities.
I always tell my radio show
listeners and my clients that
you can get market ups but
not market downs. I do not
sell a stock market product.
For example, the average CD
currently pays two percent or
less. We offer products that
earn four percent per year for
a five year guarantee."
He continues explaining,
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ity which offers the first year
guarantee of up to 18 percent
growth for income and a
guarantee up to eight percent
income per year after. These
products have tax advantages
and are perfect alternatives for
CDs as well as IRA and 40IK
rollovers."
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his daily talk shows on 740
AM Radio at 3 and 7 p.m.
Monday through Friday; 8:30
a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
"I've been on radio for
four years, and it has been a
very successful medium for
me and helpful to the listeners
who want to learn more about
fixed annuities. However, I
have been offering these prod-
ucts for over 20 years in this
area. My son, Kyle, has been
assisting and learning this
Robert Tripode and
his son, Kyle, are
insurance agents
specializing in life
and annuities. Rob-
ert says, "We deal
only in safety. You
get market ups but
not market downs.
Fixed annuities are
not a stock market
product." [Photo by
Phyllis J. Neuberger]
field for the past five years.
Now he is officially licensed
to sell them, as I have been
all these years."
Asked how one becomes
licensed, Kyle explains.
"Candidates take a 40-hour
pre-course on health and
life insurance and annuities.
They also take a class in eth-
ics and suitability which deals
with appropriate recommen-
dations to clients. We get fin-
ger-printed and then take and
pass a state exam. Licensed
agents are required to take 20
hours of continuing education
in the field every two years to
maintain their license."
Tripode senior says it's
important to update annuities
that are two years or older.
"We offer a free evaluation
of existing annuities be-
cause there have been a lot of
changes over the years, and in
today's market environment,
these reviews can be profitable.
We also offer a free booklet to
educate the public on common
mistakes annuity owners make.
After all, financial and re-
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guides people to identify and
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Lucille Brewer, Coconut
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participating members of the
run and walk pass.
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Deerfield's newest hire wears two hats
Projects include pier, Cove, streetscape, relaxed sign code
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

Deerfield's new Economic
Development/CRA manager,
Keven Klopp, took his job
here last week with more than
enough to do. The 40-year-
old Klopp, former assistant
director of the SE Regional
Planning Council, is review-
ing a full agenda of Commu-
nity Redevelopment Agency
projects, as well as a new sign
ordinance written to stimulate
local business.
"I've been immersed in
the pier," Klopp said referring
to plans to shore up, renovate
the structure and find a new
leasee for the pier restaurant.
But first, he is charged
with instituting the new - and
temporary - sign ordinance
which will allow banners,
inflatables, menu boards and
vehicle signs until Jan. 1. It
goes into effect Oct. 1. Early
this week, no one had filed
an application but Klopp had
given the initiative his own
title, the "Sign of Relief
program. He hopes businesses
will take advantage of the
more liberal sign laws and
believes a festive, but taste-
ful, atmosphere can be created
which will give everyone a
boost.
Klopp, whose starting sal-
ary is $86,000 a year, reports
to both City Manager Mike
Mahaney and Planning and
Growth Management Director
Jerry Ferguson. He works out
of Ferguson's office.
As economic develop-
ment manager he is tasked
with business retention, at-
tracting new business to town,
assisting businesses through
the regulatory processes,
identifying redevelopment
opportunities, and in general,
raising the economic success
rate.
As CRA manager, he is
currently in charge of three
major projects: the completion
of the Hillsboro Streetscape,
the redesign of the Cove park-
ing lot and the renovations to
the pier. Unlike other depart-
ment heads, he is not faced
with a budget crunch.
The CRA begins the new
fiscal year Oct. 1 with $11
million in its bank account.
the result of several years of
accumulating unspent funds
collected from real estate
taxes levied within the CRA
district, an area which in-
cludes the beach, the Cove,
and a business strip east of
US 1. His position had been
vacant since Carlos Baia left
the city more than two years
ago.
As city manager, Klopp
established the CRA in North
Miami Beach where he
worked for 10 years before
coming to the Broward plan-
ning council. He left the coun-
cil in December 2008 due to
administrative differences.
He came to the top of
a list of 70 applicants for
the job here. City Manager
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best applicant and can work
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and hire people smarter than
me."
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Park's

Oktoberfest

set for Oct.

3 at Jaco

Pastorius

Park


By Michael d'Oliveira
Pelican Staff

Although German ances-
try represents 10 percent of
Oakland Park's ethnic make-
up, 100 percent of the city's
cultural and entertainment
focus will soon be on German
customs and traditions.
On Oct. 3, from 11 a.m.
to 11 p.m., Oakland Park
Main Street will host the Fifth
Annual Authentic Bavarian
'ktoberfest at Jaco Pastorius
'ark, 4000 N. Dixie Hwy, in
Oakland Park.
"It's become a signature
event for the city," said Siegi
Constantine, executive direc-
tor of Main Street.
Oktoberfest will kick-off
at 10:45 a.m. with a proces-
sion from city hall to Jaco
Pastorius Park, which will
include the Northeast High
School Marching Band,
elected officials and the Royal
Chessmen, an acting troupe.
The 11 a.m. opening cere-
monies include a performance
of the National Anthem by the
Northeast High School Jazz
Band and the Presentation of
the Colors by the American
Legion Color Guard.
And Oakland Park Mayor
Steven Amst will finish off
the opening festivities with
the official tapping of the keg.
After the event is of-
ficially under way attendees
can enjoy the spirits found at
the Biergarten and Weingarten
as well as Bratwurst, Knock-
wurst, pretzels, Sauerkraut,
Ripple [smoked pork loin]
and other German cuisine.
An Alpine Market and
a live auction "of Things
German" will also be part of
the celebration. For the full
schedule of events, see page
This year's festival will
feature an Apfelstrudel eating
contest, keg tapping, Oompha
bands, Dachshund, stein and
beer barrel races, amusement
park rides, face painting, story
telling, a polka contest and
lessons, accordion players,
a Schuhplattler dance and
yodeling contest.
"We want them a little
bit loosey-goosey before they
yodel, that should be a lot of
fun," said Constantine.

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Chasing the ball is his second
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Oktoberfest
Continued from page 11
Fort Lauderdale resident
Jason Chipps, who was born
on a military base near the
Bavarian City of Augsburg,
recalls last year's Oktober-
fest. "The location was great.
They had good beer, good
music and it was just an all-
around fun time," he said.
But fun and games, says
Constantine, is a "byproduct"
of the main focus of Oakland
Park's version of Oktoberfest.
Bringing this year's estimated
7,000 Oktoberfest partici-
pants to Jaco Pastorius is part
of the plan to revitalize the
downtown area. "For us it
has always been an economic
development tool. These
events are always economi-
cally development driven."
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Community Redevelopment
Area, CRA, was created to
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of mixed-use developments.
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for the weekend.
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and under are admitted free.
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Friday, September 25, 2009
The Pelican 13
Hickox
Continued from page 3
of those University of Rorida
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465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
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for local Pest Control Co. Fax
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10/16___________________
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864-8873. 10-2
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supplies. Hand scrubbed
floors. FALL SPECIAL!
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panoramic lake
view. Full size
washer & dryer.
Open kitchen.
Screened in patio
with outdoor carpet,
heated pool/spa and
state ofthe art gym.
Pet to 50 lbs. ok.
Close to Ft.
Lauderdale beaches
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BUSINESS
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RENTAL
A1A - NICE 1 & 2 Bedroom
Condos For Seasonal Rent.
Please Call Petra At 954-593-
R495 Distinctive Realty. 9/25

MOBILE HOMES
MARGATE 2/2 DOUBLE
WIDE. 40+. Beautifully
Furnished. Enclosed Porch.
Private Yard, Patio, BBQ.
$1800 Month. Security
Deposit Required. Utilities
Included. No Pets. 954-789-
4794. 10/2______________
CONDOS FOR
SALE
LIGHTOUSE POINT 2/1,
1st Floor Corner Unit. New
A/C, Accordion Shutters,
Very Clean. Heated Pool.
Beautiful Complex. 55+.
Great For Mom & Dad.
$48,000. Lonnie Brooks.
954-709-2523. Solid Rock
Realty. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH 2/2
located on A1A with
breathtaking views of
intersecting waterways.
Private beach access, boat
dockage, liberal rental
policies. Small pet OK,
new a/c & carpet. $198,900.
Lonnie Brooks 954-709-
2523. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Located On A1A With
Breathtaking Views Of
Intersecting Waterways.
Private Beach Access.
Boat Dockage, Liberal
Rental Policies. Small Pet
OK. New A/C & Carpet.
Lonnie Brooks. 954-709-
2523, 9/25______________
POMPANO NASSAU HOUSE
- 2/2 Corner Unit With
Views In Every Room of
Intracoastal, Ocean &
City Lights. Sandy Beach,
Fishing Pier & Library
Just A Few Steps Away.
Come & Enjoy From Your
Balcony Beautiful Pool.
Low Maintenance. Priced At
$230,000. Call Agent Catrice
Stauffer 954-632-1302. Exit
Ocean Realty. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH/NE 48
Street. Large 1/1 + Dining
Area, Granite CounterTops,
Walk-in Closet, Crown
Moldings, Tile Floors. Mint
Condition. $82K. CC $282.
954-946-3159. 9/25
POMPANO/NOBEL POINT
- Waterfront 2/2, 1st Floor
Unit. Private Boat Dock
With Water & Electric. Gated
Community, Remodeled,
Pets OK. $329K. Call
Alma Smith 954-383-3806
Coldwell Banker. 9/25
LBTS-SOUTH LEISURE-1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
BlockTo Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright.
Call: 954-493-8894._______
CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH-1 BlockTo
Beach. 1/1 Fully Furnished. New
Kitchen, Bath. Walkin Closet. Full
Cable, DVD, VCR, WIFI. Sept
1 Thru Dec. $800 Plus Electric.
POMPANO BEACH
3BR, 2.5BA, OCEAN
VIEW, WASHER/DRYER.
$1750 MONTH. COSTA
PROPERTIES, INC. 954-781 -
0047. 10/2
POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Unfurnished - Professional
Designed. Ocean Views.
Great Amenities. $1250
Month. Carole Stephan
Prudential Florida Realty.
954-695-5937.9/25 _____
POMPANO BEACH/NE 48
STREET. Unfurnished Large
1/1 + Dining Area, New
Kitchen, Walk-in Closet,
Crown Moldings, Tile
Floors. Mint Condition.
Pool/Laundry On Site. $690
+ Security. 954-946-3159.
9/25
DEERFIELD BEACH 1st
floor 2/2, Large Screened
Patio. GatedWith Gorgeous
Pool, Clubhouse, Gym. Near
Shopping, Major Highways.
$975 Mo. 954-425-7946.
PALM SPRINGS II - Margate
55+. 2/2 Condo. Washer,
Dryer, Clubhouse, Pool,
Golf Course. $825 Month.
954-609-0835. 10/2
OCEANFRONT CONDO
- Points of America, 6th
Floor. 2/2 Furnished. Many
Amenities, Gated Security.
NoPets.$3500Month.Cheri
954-801-2998. 10/16
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.
POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath$700Mo. EastOfFederal.
WalkTo Everything. Tiled, Patio.
a0B_-9/25__
BLOCKTO BEACH -1 BR's,
all from $795, pool, coin
laundry, cable and internet
included,ownerwillconsider
small pet, security deposit
$500, pet deposit $100,954-
608-7368, Owner Agent 412
Sunset Drive. 10/2
POMPANOBEACHCozyl/IApt
With Pool & Laundry Facilities.
$675 Month. Yrly Lease Call
HILLSBORO INLET -
A1A...2/2.5 Townhouse.
Marble, Granite, Washer/
Dryer. PrivateYard & Jacuzzi.
$1750 Month. More Info 954-
673-2292.
POMPANO 1/1 Furnished.
No Stove, Utilities Paid. Pet
OK. Private Yard. $175 Per
Week. $200 Deposit. More
Info 954-822-8327. 10/2
WILTON MANORS DUPLEX
2/1. Terrazzo Floors. Large
Yard,Very Private. Nice Area.
Ample Closets/Parking.
$900 Mo. 954-564-2863.
POMPANO BEACH DUPLEX
- East of US 1. 2/1 Apt.
Central A/C. Ceramic Tile,
Close To Mall & Shopping.
1081 NE 23 Terrace. $775
Month. 561-756-6360. 9/25
OAKLAND PARK1/1.Central
Air, Laundry, Back Porch,
Yard. $750 Month. More Info
305-345-9147, 9/25
FORT LAUDERDALE 1, 2
Bedroom. E-Z Low Move-in.
Pet OK.Waterf ront. iSeli RE.
Kim 954-793-6184. 10/9
DEERFIELD BEACH
DUPLEX- E Of 1-95.2/2 Less
Than 2 Years Old. Granite
Kitchen & Baths. Many
Upgrades. $1050 Month.
954-520-6531.
POMPANO LARGE 1/1 Apt. No
Pets. Laundry Facilities. $750
Month. Weekly Rates Available.
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LIGHTHOUSE POINT (2) 1/1.
Quiet Location, Screened
Patios $830. Beach Area
2/1 Condo Furnished $850,
1/1 Apt $735. Campbell
& Rosemurgy R.E. Rick
Pfister 954-588-9353. 10/2
BLOCK TO BEACH 1 BR'S
all from $795, pool, coin
laundry, cable & internet
included - Owner will
consider small pet-Sec
Dep $500, Pet Dep $100.
954-608-7368. Owner Agent
412 Sunset Dr.__________
HOUSE FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH 621 NE
35 St. 2/1 With Large Yard &
Shed. Pets OK. $950 Mo Yrly
Lease. Call Darci 954-783-
3223.......10/?!

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH-Across
From The Ocean. Al A & NE
12 Street. Large Studio's.
Starting From $675. Kitchen,
Bath, Laundry Room, Pool.
561-309-2214. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH
Efficiency - 1 Room With
Private Bath, Private
Entrance. Walk-in Closet.
Everything Included. $625
Month. 1st & Last. 954-304-
5279. 10/2

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
WAREHOUSE BAYS FOR
RENT BY THE WEEK,
MONTH, OR YEAR!! Three
Warehouse Bays now
available in prime location
just north of Sample Road
between 1-95 and Federal
HwylAlibayshavebathroom,
tall ceilings and are flow
through spaces.1150 sq
ft bay, $1060/mo., 1800 sq
ft bay with office space,
$1750/mo. 2000 sq ft bay
with office space, $1950/mo.
Please call 954-254-0269.
Location: 3791 NE 11 Ave,
Pompano Beach
DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
Office Warehouses. 700
sf & 1400 sf. A/C in front.
Overhead doors in back.
$450 Month. 561-654-1331
or 561-998-5681. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH Storage/
Workspace - 500 Sq Ft. $500
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Cond. Utilities Included. For Info
Call 954-783-7300. 10/2


STORAGE
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
- Outdoor Storage, trucks/
trailers/boats. Call 954-520-
1777. __________
VEHICLES
WANTED
CASH $$ - TOP DOLLAR
PAID For Junk Cars,Trucks
Boats, Vans. Running Or
Not. NoTitle Necessary With
Proper ID. 954-303-1281 Or
954-822-5700. 10/2 MISC
FOR SALE
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Furniture For Sale. Low Prices.
More Information 954-608-0509.
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8am. 2785 SE 1st Court.
Everything Must Go.
Furniture, Housewares,
Electronics,Books,Pictures,
Much More.
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Buy Phonograph Records
Almost Any Artist In Good
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from Hillsboro Inlet. Water and
electric. Private home. 30 to 100
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Johnson is a Pompano
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into the BSO. There were no
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than I can count. I worked my
way up, starting as a switch-
board operator, moving on
to teletype and 911. Next
I became a police and fire
dispatcher."
In 1983 she became a
Terminal Agency Coordinator
which made her the contact
between the State of Florida
and Pompano. She says, "I
pretty much taught myself
about State Policy by study-
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cards and quizzing myself
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"It's hard to imagine the
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George Garron, commu-
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teletype operators. Deputies
and police officers seek her
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tionable warrants. She has
been able to verify a person's
identity based on computer
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and other identifying char-
acteristics. She has helped
identify stolen cars, guns
and other items where serial
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or altered. BJ is a joy to work
with and will be missed."
Johnson smiles saying,
"It has been a rewarding
career. I've practically lived
in this department and seldom
missed a day of work. I went
into labor while working here
and shortly after delivered my
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now has given me a 2-year-
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I took time off to have the
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In my retirement, I hope to
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son. I'm going on cruise with
a friend very soon, and then
I've set my sights on Hawaii.
Once I've done that, I plan
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The Pelican wishes you a
wonderful retirement, Barbara
Johnson, and thanks you for
your dedicated work in the
police department.
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The Pelican 19
Batde waging in Lauderdale-By-the-Sea for emails
Resident wants access to
and commissioner's mail,
By Judy Vik
Pelican Writer

When Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea Town Manager Esther
Colon asked for an immediate
transfer of the town's police
chief, BSO Chief Scott Good-
ing two months ago, several
residents were not happy.
Resident Yann Brandt
wanted to make sure that the
manager had made the deci-
sion on her own and not at the
behest of a commissioner.
Brandt filed a public re-
cords request for Vice Mayor
Jerry Mclntee's e-mails
regarding town-related busi-
ness.
On Aug. 30, Brandt re-
ceived a reply that Mclntee's
e-mail was gone.
On Tuesday, Mclntee said
he responds to his e-mail with
a one-line, "Thank you for the
email," and deletes it.
"Florida law says that pub-
lic officials are custodians of
their emails," Brandt respond-
ed to Mclntee. "I will fight for
transparency in government
and ask you to comply or step
down."
When the e-mail topic first
came up at the Sept. 9 com-
mission meeting, Mclntee
said, "I don't do e-mails. If I
do 10 to 20 a year, it's a big
deal. I just don't do emails. If
you think I'm trying to hide
something, go for it."
Mclntee added that he
vice mayor's mail, vice mayor wants mayor's
most say it's a fishing trip for March elections
didn't know that AOL was
wiping out [his emails] on a
wheel. "Now I will be more
than happy to take my hard
drive to any expert who wants
to look at the e-mails. If he
can find them in AOL, by god
he can have them because I
know there's only about a
handful."
But Mclntee isn't the only
one looking for emails. He's
searching as well.
Mclntee acknowledged
that he has made public
records requests for three
months of e-mails, from May
1 to Aug. 13, from Mayor
Roseann Minnet and Com-
missioner Stuart Dodd. "I
want them. That's my right,"
Mclntee said.
Dodd said that accord-
ing to the town attorney, the
willful destruction of public
records is a criminal charge
with penalties of up to a
year in jail and a fine of up
to $1,000. Dodd said he is
willing to disclose all 2,200

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Friday, September 25, 2009
Emails
Continued from page 19
of his emails, but he wants
his privacy guaranteed. The
emails include town business,
personal and marine busi-
ness. "I have nothing to hide.
There's nothing untoward,"
he said.
Dodd also requested that
Mclntee reimburse town staff
for the time it takes to sort his
email.
Dodd says he has no idea
of what Mclntee is looking
for.
"He's fishing. I suspect he
thinks I send a lot of emails
to Barbara Cole. So what.
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Friday. "It's my responsibility
as a town official to be sure
records are kept," she said.
She added that Mclntee
will have to pay the cost of
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Asked her views on why
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At the Sept. 9 commission
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"Why wait 90 days just to
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Malkoon asked. "This looks
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Malkoon added that he
found very strange the vice
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for the mayor and Dodd's
emails. "If you had a legiti-
mate need to do this, why not
limit the request to a specific
topic and dates?" he asked.
"This is nothing more than a
witch hunt!"
Malkoon announced that
he is running for the commis-
sion seat in District 1, now
held by Mclntee. "I hope the
town will escape darkness
and re-enter the sunshine," he
said.
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