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Hometown News & Views


Classicalmusic-ASouth
Florida resurrection

Chameleon

Chamber Group
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find s audience

10 feed classical
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By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
"We'll never see the end of clas-
sical music. It has to be here. It makes
people feel good," says Iris van Eck,
cellist and artistic director of the Cha-
meleon Chamber in Fort Lauderdale.
But classical
music buffs have had
plenty of scary mo- .
ments over the years -
in South FloridaF 9 ?

derdale Symphony'
founded in 1956, ,
merged into the KLEIN
Florida Philharmonic
and reached its peak with the British
conductor, James Judd in 1987.
In 2003, broke and bankrupt, the
philharmonic disbanded, scattering
some of the most talented musicians
throughout the state and the country.
In 2001 on New Year's Eve, Bach,
Mozart, Beethoven and friends were
bumped from WTMI classical radio to
make room for hard rock-the music
that sells.
But silencing musicians is not an
easy task as this chamber groups pre-
pares to demonstrate.
On Oct. 18, the Chameleon Cham-
ber will perform Gideon Klein's Trio
for Violin, Viola and Cello, a piece
nearly destroyed during the Holocaust.
.
Klem's music was secreted out of
Auschwitz in 1944 shortly before his
See CHAMELEON on page 12


OCTOBER 9, 2009 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE PolNT LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA Vol. XV Issue -0


Count it right or
*
give up funding
2010 census count will make
big difference in federal fund-
ing for all cities, Broward
count in 2000 left 40 percent
residents 'uncounted'
By Judy Vik
PELICAN RITER
A volunteer committee in Pom-
paHO Beach is already at work getting
the word out on the importance of ev-
eryone responding to the 2010 census.
"The U.S. Census Bureau is
encouraging every commumty to have
a local committee to publicize and in-
crease awareness of the census," said
Larry Schuster, city staff person for
the Local Complete Count Committee.
He's also the city's interim planning
direc e U.S. Constitution mandates a

headcount every 10 years of everyone
residing in the United States: in all 50

See CENSUS on page 14


What's in a

name?

If it'S On a street sign, it
better be special
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
How does one get immortalized
on a street sign? In Deerfield Beach, it
is not SO easy.
The city's Memorial Commit-
tee, headed by Amie Kay Tanner, has
established what she calls "stringent
guidelines" to be met before one of
Deerfield's numbered streets becomes
See STREETS on page 8


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Lighthouse Point Christian School students put their paint brushes to work m their classes this
month. The proud artists pointing to their own interpretations of Renoir's work are Chloe Skiba,
Tommy DiGiorgio, Michael Miller, Nicholas Almeida, Jordan Ruhl, Sophia Aguilar, McKenzie
Rowan, Katie Hunt, Carissa O'Donnell, Dale Van Meter and lan Vaughan, all students of Nicola
Dutos' first grade class. Local artist Carolyn Hunt created the project. Other classes worked with
Van Gogh art. [Staff photo]

Brummer, Docks well declare

candidacies for Mar ch 2009


one So fa noed
up. And to
Brummer, that's
fine. He says
there is much
to do for his
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district and for m:P
9 ..
the city. DOCKSWELL
While the
March 9, 2010 election could mark
Brummer's fourth term, his volunteer-
ism stems back more than 15 years
where he served on the planning and

See ELECTION on page 18


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LBTS to rate performance of town manager
The Town Commission in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea will meet in a special
workshop session at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, at Jarvis Hall.
Commissioners will discuss the process for conducting a performance re-
view of Town Manager Esther Colon.
Colon's contract calls for an annual review, but one has never been done.
Richard Simmons of Orlando, a representative of the Range Riders, a group
of retired city and county managers with experience in the management
See MANAGER on page 13


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"Yes, I
like it," says
Pompano
.
Beach Vice
Mayor George BRUMMER
Brummer
[District 5], who represents most of
the Southwest area of the city. Brum-
mer will kickoff his campaign on Oct.
18 at the Palm Aire Country Club at 3
p.m. Then, he adds, "We will wait to
see if anyone else is running."


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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Four years after a fire in
Century Village East, or CVE,
destroyed 10 units in a garden
apartment, the only hope
residents have of ever going
home again rests with lawsuits
that charge COOCVE, Master
Management and Comcast
Communications with gross
negligence and fraud.
The lawsuits have divided
the residents of Ventnor B and
made Faye Adam and Ross
Gilson, leaders in the fight
to reclaim the apartments, out-
casts in the Village.
Adam, 79, has moved
11 times since the fire, taken
in by sympathetic friends. Gil-
son's unit was destroyed, and
he has bought elsewhere in
CVE. Some unit owners, still
obligated to pay maintenance
fees, mortgages, etc, are fac-


ing foreclosure. Some have
MOved away. Others have
been taken in by family. One
is in indigent care. "There was
a long stretch of avoidance of
responsibility by institutions
that are suppose to protect
us," Gilson said.
It started when an old
ceiling fan caught fire in a
Ventnor B apartment.
The flames raced through
the crawl space and through
holes in the firewall destroy-
ing half the homes in the
building. The holes were
made by workers installing
cable for Adelphia Communi-
cations Company. "They were
big enough to walk through,"
Adam said. Fire experts say
the holes are worse than hav-
ing no firewalls at all because
they create a back draft that
channels smoke and flames.
See FIRE on page 3


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lost, things got worse for
Ventnor B residents.
They discovered their
building was underinsured
and could not possibly be
rehabbed for the $690,000 of-
fered by the insurance com-
pany.
Attorney Joe Garnty who

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Association said, "The condo
documents say the buildings
are to be insured for 100 per-
cent of replacement value."
According Gilson, the ap~
praisals were 40 to 50 percent
below actual value and were
made by someone who has
since lost his license to work
in Florida. Just this week, the
building was insured for $1.2
milliOD.
"In those days, contractS
were handed to whomever
'Trinchi' wanted," Gilson
said. 'Trinchi' was Amadeo
Trinchitello, for years Bro-
ward's political power broker
who could elect an American
president. During the height
of his influence, Bill and
Hillary Clinton campaigned
twice in CVE. For decades
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deliberately."
As an example, he pro-
duces a story that ran in the
October 2005 Reporter that
claimed management had
"fixed these problems whether
they were caused by Adelphia
or not. When there were no


further problems, we closed
it off." Adelphia declared
bankruptcy in 2002 and was
purchased in 2006 by Com-
cast and Time Warner. Just
this week Adelphia announced
it had emerged from bank-
See FIRE on page 4


and Master Management and
negotiated bulk contracts.
During the last years of his
life he represented the Village
on the Deerfield Beach City
Commission.
Plasteridge Insurance
Agency is also being sued for
its part in the scenario. "It was
their obligation to provide
adequate insurance," Garrity
said.
Adam is president of
Ventnor B Homeowners As-
sociation and Gilson is the


secretary.
Both have worked tire-
lessly to resolve the problems
created by what they call
"gross negligence"and "fraud
concealment."
"This case really bothers
me," Garrity said, "Because
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ruptcy. Although Comcast did
not contract the faulty work
at Ventnor B, they remain re-
sponsible for their customers'
safety, Garrity said.
Today, there are gaps
in firewalls in a multitude
of CVE buildings. Many of
those building associations
.
have joined Ventnor B in their
action against Comcast and
COOCVE because the faulty
firewalls present another prob-
lem. A new state law requires
fire alarm systems in condo
buildings be updated. In
those with damaged firewalls,
Deerfield building inspec-
tors will not okay the alarm
installations until the walls are
repaired. The city has given
the condo associations until
the end of the year to get their
alarms inspected and ap-
proved.
Through shear persis-
tence, Adam and her hom-
eowners association have suc-
ceeded in partially repairing
their building, but now they
have run out of money.
The cost of construction
has soared because stricter
building codes were estab-
lished after two bad hurricane
seasons. "The city came
along and required everything
rebuilt up to code, including
exterior walls, plumbing, elec-
tric," Adam said.
A door that once cost
$425 now costs $1,900. On
the positive side, when the
units are made habitable, they
will be the best built apart-
ments in the Village, likely the
only ones up to code in every
respect.
Ventnor B has been
re-roofed and rewired, but
there is no money for interior
construction. Estimates are it
will take $500,000 to bring
the building to where the
owners can take over. To do
an assessment on people with
limited income would be a
atrocity," Adam said. .
The irony in the situation
is that when Wilma hit three
months later emergency funds


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were made available for home
repairs. Because Ventnor B's
emergency is not storm-relat-
ed, no such funding exists.
Adam acknowledges
that no board member of
COOCVE or Master Manage-
ment was in place when the
negligence occurred. But, she
said, the corporation has a
debt to pay'
In her quest to make her
neighbors whole again, Adam
has enlisted the help of Sen.
Ted Deutch, Cong. Robert
Wexler, and Vice President
Joe Biden. Her local represent .
natives have responded and
Deutch is working with the
.
Florida Insurance Guaranty
Association, or FIGA, to re-
lease more money for Ventnor
B. FIGA steps in when insur-
ance companies go broke, in
.
this case, Poe Fmancial, who
went into receiverships after
Hurricane Wilina.
HGA has written checks
to Ventnor B for $184,345 a
fraction of the cost of repairs.
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Unfortunately, this is the per-
fect storm. This case becomes
more and more complicated,
and as I investigate, more and
more people are liable," Gar-
rity said.
The lawsuits contain addi-
tional counts including breach
of contract, violation of the
city code, breach of fiduciary
duty and unfair trade prac-
tices. "I am angry, but I will
use my anger to get where we
need to be Adam said.
So while she waits for the
lawsuits filed in Broward's
17th Circuit Court to navi-
gate the legal system, Adam
has another plan of attack in
mind. "I have a contact for
Elm maker Michael Moore,"
she said this week "And I
plan on writing Oprah."


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Pompano Beach's adoption of sea
*
turtleS COuld lead to better things
Earlier this month, Commissioner Rex Hardin asked the commission to
restudy entrance signs into Pompano Beach. He threw out the gauntlet to local
artists to come up with designs.
Now we are throwing out an idea to the artists: Honor the Sea Turtle!
We believe this amphibian creature that chose Pompano Beach and nearby
areas thousands of years ago should be embraced as part of this city's heritage.
In fact, the sea turtle could be the guiding light to a prosperous economy,
provided we do our part.
It is a good thing that our state and local governments are finally protect-
ing one of the largest nesting places in the world for this marvelous amphibian,
who once crawled into the waves as a hatching only to return after cruising the
Atlantic for years, to lay her eggs on the same shores of her birth.
For years, sea turtle eggs were the basis of turtle pancakes, and turtle soup
from this same creature was once served in the finest of restaurants.
The sea turtle is a paradigm for consistency, courage and beauty. She is
worth respect and honor.
And she would do well as the focus of artists who can elevate her to gran-
deur with their talexits.
Artisans can create jewelry; writers will create tales, and the rest of us will
simply love the mystery of her place in creation.
The mystery of the turtle was even a consideration of the wise King Solo-
mon, who wrote:

For, lo, the winter is past,
the rain is over and gone;
the flowers appear on the earth;
the time of the singing of birds is come,
and the toice of the turtle is heard in our land.

So, to the request of Commissioner Hardin, we say, give the gal her due.
Adopt the turtle as the honoree of this city.
Welcome to Pompano Beach: Home of the Sea Turtles.





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Opinions and Editorials


Dear Affected,
The reason you become so affected by what others
say is because as human beings, we are all intercon-
nected. People often serve as mirrors to ourselves and
therefore can show us things about ourselves that we
have yet to acknowledge. When a negative or posi-
tive comment triggers you; it is a sign that something
within you is sensitive to that particular point. Your
sensitivity can be due to a past experience, a personal
characteristic or a particular thought that you are try-
ing to repress. Part of starting anything new, stich as a
business venture, consists of many emotions such as
doubt, anxiety and fear of failure or success. We typi
cidly do not want to acknowledge these feelings for fear
that they may either hold us back or propel us forward
in life. However, when you are not completely hon-
est about your feelings, a similar thought expressed by
someone else can easily trigger your emotions. When
you find yourself triggered by what others say, take the
opportunity to explore yourself deeper. It will in turn
help you to become more aware of all aspects of your
situation and enable you to be honest about your fears,
limitations and possibilities. Therefore, when someone


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makes a comment to you in the future, it will be easier for you to acknowledge
what they have said, without becoming attached to it, since you have already
worked'through your emotions internally. In reality, people will always make
comments about your life that may or may not be accurate. You be the judge as
to whether these comments resonate with your situation. Once you have done ,
so, let go of any lingering doubt by focusing your attention on what you believe
and remember, always remain true to yourself.
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Please be advised that the advice written in this column is not a substitution
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Visitors to this new finan-
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from a well informed staff
as well as an offer of bottled
water, freshly made decaf or
regular coffee and even a pet
drinking bowl for Fido. This
is the ninth area office of the
not for profit, financial coop-
erative owned by its members
and governed by a volunteer
board of directors.
Gary Yamnitz, branch
manager, explains, "We have
every advantage of a bank,
but do not need to account
to share holders. Because we
did no risky lending, we do
not face the current financial
problems of the banking com-
munity. Any profits earned in
our credit union are returned
to members in reduced loan
rates and higher deposit
rates."
All accounts are federally
insured by NCUA, or Nation-
al Credit Union Administra-
tion, and federally insured up
to $250,000 for each indi-
vidual account. The State of
Florida determines the service
area of credit unions. The
area serviced by City County
Credit Union includes Dade,
Broward, Palm Beach, Martin
counties and the city of Port
St.Lucie.
However, members have
access to the shared services
of most credit unions through-
out the c.ountry.


strong credit ratings."
3. A Money Builder CD
allows holders to add on
during the life of the CD and
reap the benefits of the same
rate.
4. To become a member
of this credit union, open a
basic savings account for a
minimum of $5. "Children
are coming in with parents
to open accounts," Yamnitz
says. "Teens from 13 on can
have a checking account
with a debit card and a credit
card. This is a great way to
teach children how to save
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In business since 1952,
Yamnitz says, "We've never
lost a penny. Our insurance,
NCUA, is stronger than the
FDIC. We are state-chartered
and governed by the state, but
like all financial institutions,
we meet all Federal rules and
regulations."
City County Credit Union
offers savings, checking and
high yield accounts as well
as CDs. It also offers many
unique services not available
in banks. Those services are
listed in their print material,
some of which are:
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new or used autos from a credit
union owned dealership at fleet
prices for new cars and below
NADA retail value for used
cars. Prices are fixed and sales-
men are not on commission.
Members who are financing can
count on competitive loan rates
and special incentives from time
to time.
2. Free "Lunch and Learn"
seminars are available to busi-
nesses, community organiza-
tions, condo associations and
more. "We provide the lunch,
too," the branch manager says
smiling. "Our two most popular
subjects are identity theft and


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Drs. Sheikh and McGee offer
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The event will be a fund
raiser to provide books for
young people for the library
summer programs. Sponsors
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a family name.
Nevertheless, since 1998,
when Southeast 5 Avenue
became Otis Tanner Avenue,
more than a dozen streets
have been named after former
residents. From developer
Otis Tanner who built city
hall and other public build-
ings here to Edris Cox who
established the Women's
Reach Out organization in the
Black community, Deerfield's
named streets and areas honor
pioneer individuals and fami-
lies.
"You have to have been
someone special," Tanner
said. "Just because your
grandma was nice, isn't
enough. It has to be someone
worth a tribute."
Tanner and her committee
will meet this week to review
the guidelines after city com-
missioners questioned their
criteria. Currently, the memo-
rialized person has to have
lived here 35 years and made
significant contributions to


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afamilyaskstohaveastreet
named for one of its ances-
tors, property owners on the
street must agree.
The Memorial Committee
was formed in 2006 after sev-
eral streets were memorialized
privately, among them Lane
.
Tullis Avenue, Jun Moran
Boulevard, Eller Drive, Wil-
liam Campbell Avenue. City
commissioners decided to
honor the late Amadeo Trin-
chitella by renaming Century
Village Boulevard and the
Memorial Committee has in
recent years recognized the
names Bryant, Philpart, But-
ler, Gaskins, Jones and Cox.
Cox, the most recent, is me-
morialized at Westside Park
where the concession stand
now bears her name. The park
was her base for Reach Out
fundraising.
With more and more peo-
ple becoming aware they can
achieve more than 15 minutes
of fame by having their family
name on a street corner, the
committee's challenge will be
to maintain "stringent guide-
lines," Tanner said.


its village rate from 4.70 in
2006 to the current 3.999.
Property values have
declined from $2.1 billion in
2008-2009 to $1.9 billion,
Colon said that with the
approved village and budget,
the town will be able to meet
its financial obligations and
maintain the current level of
service. Some staff hours have
been reduced,
She said the town needs
to update its master plan
and complete a stormwater
master plan at a cost of about


$100,000 and a stormwater
rate study at about $70,000.
Budget changes since
the first hearing included an
additional $16,240 in sal-
ary adjustments to add 10
hours to two positions for the
town clerk and financial staff
to make those positions 40
hours.
Commissioners recently
approved paying off two
promissory notes, a general
fund loan for $2.6 million,
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capital improvement fund of
$3.2 million with a pre-pay-
ment penalty of $173,431.
"Financially, we're in
good condition," Colon said.
Seven residents attended
the hearing.
Ben Freeny said he was
disappointed that updates to
the budget weren't posted
online after the last hearing.
Barbara Cole suggested
the commission form a budget
review committee, have
budget hearings later in the
evening so young, working
people could attend and not
have them on Yom Kippur, as
they did last week.
Minnet agreed. "We have
incredible people in this com-
munity we could gain infor-
mation from," she said.
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd said he would also
like to reconsider having a
budget review committee,
which could save staff time if
residents' questions could be
routed through the committee.
He said he is not convinced
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fewer closing costs.
6. Available free credit
building assistance, Real
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Oct. 31; lower auto loans and
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All employees in Hills-
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percent cost of livilig increase
the town commission decided
this week to keep pace with
what the police union contract
requires. Initially, only the
rank and file police officers
were to receive the pay hike,
but commissioners thought it
unfair to other city hall em-
ployees and the three police
administrators not to give
them the raise.
In other administrative
matters, the commission ef-
f actively omitted the position
of finance director. With only
$175,000 in the budget for
office personnel and with a
clerk and deputy clerk allotted
about $135,000 of that, only
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town's free shuttle service to
three days a week.
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it was thought that $29,000
could be saved. There was
also concerns that the county
would raise the required bus
occupancy to an average of 10
riders per hour.
Currently, the town barely
meets the 7.1 standard the
county imposes for its grant
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The trio will perform three pieces by Beethoven, Dohnanyi and Klein on Oct.
18 at 3 p.m. at the Josephine Leiser Center, 221 SW 3 Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
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perform pieces by Beethoven
and Dohnanyi.
Van Eck, a former flutist
with the Hague Orchestra,
later chose to play the cello,
now her preferred instrument.
She came to the United States
to study with Russian cellist,
Raya Garbousova, in Chicago.
Van Eck says classical mu-
sic will never die although she
and others have been victims
of classical axings.
Van Eck played cello with
the Florida Philharmonic
Symphony under Emmerson
Buckley and later with James
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"I was heartbroken to see
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went under and nothing else
was started," she said.
And that's when van
Eck founded the Chameleon
Chamber Group now in its 8th
as an idea she has never

She laughs about the years
where she couldn't even take
a salary.
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from the beginning, been in
quality musicians.
"It is extremely satisfy-
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when we play. We play our-
selves, but at the sanie tiine,
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I love it. Is there anything
else?"
ChameleonChamber
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Jan. 24, March 14 and April
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profession, has been invited to
speA rtehcee d-table
meetingcommissioners
agreed to each fill out a form
used recently by the city of
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manager in four areas: Rela-
tionships with the governing
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relations with other govern-
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score of 1 means Colon does
not meet expectations and 5
means exceeding expectations.
Commissioners decided to
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representation, Schuster said.
States also use the totals to re-
draw their legislative districts.
Since many Pompano
Beach residents are from
other nations, the committee
is stressing that every house-
hold needs to be counted,
including those who are not
citizens.
If residents share their
homes with other non-related
persons, or with a parent
or cousin, each household
should fill out the form.
Answers to the ballot are
protected and confidential.
"The information won't
be turned over to immigration
people, to the Internal Rev-
enue Service or the welfare
system. It will be sealed and
not shared," Schuster said.
It is illegal for the Cen-
sus Bureau or its employees
to share residents' personal
infOrmation with any other
gOvernment agency.
The ten-question ballot
will be mailed out March
15 and is due back April 1.


Most people will be able to
complete it in 10 minutes,
Schuster said. An inventory
of Pompano Beach addresses
already has been completed.
The Local Complete Count
Committee meets at 5:30 p.m.
every two weeks on Wednes-
days at the city hall chamber
conference room. The public
is welcome to attend.
Jan Dougherty chairs the
committee, and Charlotte
Taylor is vice chair.
Dougherty said she wanted
to be involved in this effort
because she felt she could
make a difference in reaching
the hard to count populations.
She says it's always been
a thorn in her side that so
much of the population is not
included in the census count.
Dougherty lives in the
Kendal Green section of
Pompano Beach, where she
estimates 30 to 40 people on
her street were not counted
in the last census. "There are
pockets on my street with one
or two names on the mailbox,


yet seven to 12 extra people
are living in the home, com-
ing and going, with jobs."
The committee plans to get
schools involved with a poster
contest and to enlist students
to help translate.
She says she will be like a
pit bull in this effort and will
even take a crash course in
Spanish if she has to. She al-
ready helps her Creole-speak-
ing neighbors.
"We just want to count
everyone, so we can get the
money to help people stay in
their houses and bring their
kids up right," Dougherty
said. "If they hide in their
houses and don't get counted,
we won't get the seed mon-
ey."
Census committee mem-
bers plan to be at the Green
Market when it resumes
on Saturday and at special
events in the coming months.
The group is also reaching
out to Brazilian and Spanish
churches and to homeowners'
associations.


trying to increase that count,"
he said.
Approximately $300 bil-
lion in federal funding is dis-
tributed to communities each
year. Population data is used
to allocate funds for public
transportation, road rehabilita-
tion and construction, Title 1
grants to school districts and
Head Start, among many other
programs.
Population totals from
the census also determine the
number of seats each state has
in the U.S. House of Repre-
sentatives. Consequently, the
areas where residents aren't
correctly counted often get
left behind when it comes to


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states, Puerto Rico and the
island areas. This includes
people of all ages, races,
ethnic groups, citizens and
non-citizens.
Theme of the 2010 effort
is "It's in Our Hands."
Schuster explained why
it's important that everyone
is counted. "We get $1,400
per person counted in the
U.S. census as part of fed-
eral revenue sharing," he
said. "Only 62 percent of the
population in Broward County
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Portuguese. There are 383
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Fee based, enrichment
classes for adults at the Dave
Thomas Education Center
include computer classes at
several levels, cake deco-
rating, Spanish, and accent
reduction.
Assistant Principal, Arnie
Goldstein sat down with The
Pelican to talk about this cen-
ter which offers so much to so
many for so little money.
"I've been working within
the Broward County School
System for 34 years. The last
three years, I've been at this
East Campus. Before com-
ing here I was at the West
Campus for 10 years work-
ing with the alternative high
school program. We've seen
monumental changes in the
way technology has been
integrated into the school
curriculum. Teacher roles are
much more complex today.
Added to their knowledge and
teaching skills are many new
responsibilities including the
important ability to deal suc-
cessfully in human relations."
He continues, "Our
system is data driven. Our
adult programs are evalu-
ated through achievement of
literacy completion points.
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Thank you staff at Dave
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For information on classes,
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I'm passing in reading, writ-
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ence, and I'm now working
very hard to pass my math. I
hope to go to Broward Col-
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technician."
Jacques Derancy came
here 23 years ago from Haiti.
His smile is contagious. He
says, "I have been in ESOL
forever. When I began, I did
not speak or understand one
word of English. Now I am
comfortable with my English.
I work for Publix. I started
as a bag boy. As my English
improved, and I could read
labels and the flyers, I was
moved up to stock person.
Now, I am very proud to be
a cashier. I have no trouble


communicating with custom-
ers.
On my Publix job perfor-
mance evaluation sheet, it
says, 'Role Model employee.'
If I did not come to school,
I would not be where I am
today. When I see other im-
migrants who have little or no
English, I tell them they can-
not rise in this system if they


level and moves to the next.
We can see their progress,
share their successes when
they earn their diplomas, get
jobs and achieve citizenship.
Our mission says it all. "Live
to learn; learn to live. It's a
life long journey during which
Our teaching staff never stops
encouraging students."
Ashley who is 18 says, "I
never had the opportunity to
go to high school. I was in
foster care and moved around
from county to county. I was
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West CRAs.
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Dockswell added that "fis-
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Local police, fire and
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awareness of the conserva-
tive candidates running for
office throughout the state of
Florida.
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Marco Rubio, Edward
Lynch, and Robert Lowry an-
nounced that they will be join-
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Oct. 10 from 1 a.m. to noon
at the Palm Aire Village Park,
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Beach.
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