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Hometown News & Views


Bert J. Harris

claims

lead LBTS
*
commissioner to
a
RSk f or action
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Height limits are back on the
agenda of the Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Town Commission next week
Commissioner Stuart Dodd has
two items regarding height limits.
7,? One asks if the 15-story height
limit should be restored in the north
end of town. A second asks if the town
should change zoning to allow the
44-foot height limit passed in three
previous referenda for development in
boundaries of overlay districts.
In March 2006, voters approved
.,-: a charter amendment limiting build-
'. ing heights to four stories (44 feet)
throughout the town. The Citizens
Lazzette Washington wears a Caribbean mask for the festival in Miramar where the Thomas D.
Stephanis Boys & Girls Club members enjoyed a festival. See page 10. See BERT J HARRIS on page 20

FOmpano Beach picks up $1 million tab for
School deputies cut by BSO and school board


OCTOBER 16, 2009 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE PolNT L4UDERDALE-BY-THE-SE A o.XIse4


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Pompano's Mayor Lamar Fisher
and city administrators averted a
potential crisis last month concern-
ing the city schools when they agreed
to tap into a city fund to pay for four
BSO school resource guards.
The deputies had been ordered not
to go to their posts Sept. 25 because
Broward County had pulled its fund-
ing from its new budget.
In a conference call with BSO and
city staff, Fisher agreed that the city
would pay the salaries. "We had no
choice but to make sure these officers
were in place for our children," the

mayo tdlee city will be close to half
a million dollars the mayor said and
will be paid from its fine and forfei-
tures account-
The situation reached critical mass
because city officials thought its con-
tract with BSO required the sheriff
to provide school resource deputies.
a
We took the position, you need to
supply them per our contract," Fisher


Historical

Society Hosts

Elliot Kleinberg

The Historical Society's October
public program \t ill
feature journalist and
historian Eliot Klein-
berg, who will discuss
some of his recent
publications.
The program \\'ill
be held on Wednes-
day, October 21st,
at 7 p.m. in the Dick & Miriam Hood
Center, 217 NE 4th Avemie, Pompano
Beach. There is no admission charge.
Kleinberg is a second-generation jour-
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in the Palm Beach Post. He has written
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Hurricane; two Weird Florida books,
and Palm Beach Past, a collection of
his weekly local history column in the
Post. His tenth book is Peace River,
a recently-completed historical novel
based at the end of the Civil War
Mr. Kleinberg will have some of
his publications available for purchase
andsigning. .
For additional information visit the
Historical Society's website at www.
pompanohistory.com, or call 954 292-
8040.

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Second time

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bidders want

pier restaurant
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
.
Bidders for a Deerfield Beach pier
restaurant are offering the city guaran-
tees of between $24,000 and $60,000
a yes for the n se setsp

among the eight contenders gets the
nod is scheduled for Tuesday's com-
nnssion meetmg.
City Attorney Andy Maurodis will

reset a onew se c-
through eight. The company with the
See PIER on page 2


not to pay for the officers, I will have
to take officers off the streets to pro-
tect the students," BSO Major William
Knowles told officials.
In the past, Pompano has paid for
three school deputies from its gen-
eral fund. To pick up the slack, two
detectives have been reassigned to the
school beat.
"Everybody is back where they
were," Fisher said of the resource of-
ficers.
Although resolved, the situa-
tion drew comment this week from
Pompano's commissioners. "The final
See SCHOOL DEPUTIES on page 5


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But based on an agreement with the
School Board and Broward County,
BSO claimed it was not required to
provide this service and the School
Board had cut its funding for the
school deputies. After researching
the contract, Pompano's city attorney
agreed with BSO.
In the original agreement with
Pompano Beach in 1998, BSO agreed
to provide six schoo1resource officers
for local schools. Those officers were-
funded by school board funds.
"Those cities that decided not to pay
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Pier bids
Continued from page 1
most points should be ac-
cepted unanimously by the
commission Maurodis said.
Complicating the process is
that according to the city char-
ter, any changes to the pier
have to be approved by four
of the five commissioners-
That makes it possible for a


Surf fishing legalized in LBTS despite public pleas against the action


By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Despite hearing from many
more residents opposed to the
idea than for it, commission-
ers in Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea passed an ordinance on
Tuesday to allow fishing and
surf casting on the beach at
certain hours
The vote was.3 to 2, Mayor
Roseann Minnet and Commis-


thing," said Paul Novak.
"We're not a fishing vil-
lage. We're a tourist village.
There's too much activity on
that beach to allow fishing,"
he said, urging a no vote.
Fishing pier owner Spiro
Marchelos approached the
dais first with a fishing pole

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commissioner, unhappy with
the point system, to block any
approval. "I will be asking
them to buy in to the ranking
results," Maurodis said.
JB's restaurant, con-
sidered a local favorite, has
pulled out of the bidding leav-
ing the commission with eight
choices: The Tavern Group,
owned by Stephen and Eric
Clark who list experience in
chain restaurants including
Max's Grill and the Cheese-


cake Factory and who will
pay the city $54,000 annually;
David Weinstein, manager
of the former pier restaurant
Kelly's for seven years, who
will pay $24,000 plus 10
percent of the gross; Brian
and Gail Handleman, race
track concessionaires from
Maryland who are offering
$60,000 plus two percent over
grosses of $500,000; Rich
and Johanna Gallagher who
list a business management,


banking/accounting back- <
ground and who bid $44,400
annually, plus three to 10 per-
cent of sales, Sean and Kim
Lillis, restaurant and banquet
hall owners in New York
State, who would pay $47,190
annually; Howard Johnson on
the Beach, bidding a $56,400
annual lease; Demetrious
Tsiakanekos, owner of Greek
Express One in Fort. Lauder-
dale who offers $47,500 and
Sven Jutz, operator of the


Dania Pier Restaurant, who
is willing to pay $60,000 or
eight percent of sales, which-
ever is higher.
The decision was delayed
last month when the first
round of bidders was thrown
out because JB's failed to
acknowledge campaign
contributions to sitting com-
missioners. JB's did rebid the
contract, upping its offer to
$61,200 or 6 percent of an-
nual sales. but then withdrew.


sooner Birate Clottey dissent-
ing, just as they had earlier on
first reading.
With the amendment to the
beaches and waterways ordi-
nance, fishing and surf casting
would 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. Saturday, Sun-
days and national holidays.
Fishing and surf casting
would be prohibited within


proximity of swimmers and
bathers.
The ordinance was drafted
in response to a plea at a July
commission meeting from
Chad Purcell, a condo owner,
who wanted to be able to fish
in the ocean behind the Sea
Ranch A building with his
five-year-old son,
"If you want to surf fish,


take your son and go fish
in the next community that
allows it," said Ken Kugler.
He asked commissioners
why they would disregard the
wishes of virtually all who
spoke.
"It was said that we are one
of the three areas in the state
that outlaws fishing from the
beach. I think that's a good


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non medical needs such as
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legal aid, emergency financial
assistance, mental health, edu-
cational support and more.
Harry and Mercedes
Member were ready to be just
a couple again. After decades
of working, they were living
in a 55-plus senior facility by
the beach and just beginning
to enjoy the easy life. That
changed abruptly when they
found out that their daughter
had left her two daughters, 9
and 11, with a friend while
she resolved some issues.
She never returned.
Mercedes says, "When we
found out, we got the girls and
brought them home. Clearly
our daughter was in no posi-
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Continued from page 1
responsibility lies with the
School Board," Commissioner
Barry Dockswell said. "It's
baffling to me for them to
change what they are paying
because of tough budgetary
times. Now we are paying for
seven when we used to pay
for three. We are taking up
the slack, but it's important
for us to be fiscally respon-
sible. We need to negotiate a
fair responsibility."
Commissioner George
Brummer concurred. "We
should not foot the bill for
this. The city should not be in
the school resource business
at all."
The school officers may be
a minor consideration in the
city's negotiations with BSO
on a new five-year contract.
A report issued by Willdan
Homeland Solutions, a cont
pany hired by the city to eval-
uate the city's BSO program,
lays out the cost to the city to
reinstate its own law enforce-
ment services and a workshop
on that option will be held at
the end of the month.
Willdan has recommended
Pompano Beach reinstate its
police department in keeping


*
Surf Ashin
Continued from page I
and then with a bucket, in-
cluding a dead fish. He was
ordered to put down the props
and go back to the podium.
"Who will clean the beach
and remove the bait, hooks
and lines left behind?" he


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with its "vision to be a full
service provider."
Pompano Beach officials
have agreed to pay the sala-
ries of seven school security
guards rather than see the
schools go unprotected. The
cost to the city is more than
$1 million. BSO will pay for
two of the guards out of its
contract being forged now in
discussions between the city
and BSO administration.
The agreement came after
weeks of discussion during
which BSO wanted to elimi-
nate all nine of the guards
from its budget. "Everything
has been resolved," city
spokesperson Sandra King
said. "Nothing has changed. It
is back to the way it was. We
did not want the schools to be
left without these officers."
BSO kicks on $20,000 per
school ouard and some funds
will be available through the
Law Enforcement Trust Fund,
King said.
Pompano's BSO unit will
lose two detectives who are
being reassigned to school
duty, King said.
BSO's $38 million contract
to provide law enforcement
services to this city of more
than 100,000 residents has
expired. While not specific,
King said the new contract
calls for more money while
furnishing fewer deputies.


On Tuesday BSO Sheriff Al
Lambert spoke to the com-
mission regarding contract
negotiations.
Lambert called the Willdan
report faulty and challenged
several sections of the report.
Meanwhile the city and
BSO continue to operate with-
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asked. Fishing is now con-
tained and monitored. "Who
will protect the environment?"
Commissioner Jim Silver-
stone said he couldn't buy
the argument that fishermen
will be responsible for a
future crime wave. He said
he'd gotten calls, pro and con
regarding the ordinance. "If it
doesn't work, we can change


it. People are fishing any-
way," he said.
Commissioner Birute Clot-
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safety. Minnet also was con-
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in approving the ordinance
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Ask Lori Parrish, Broward Cunty Property Appraiser


File Now For 2010 Homestead and

Other Exemptions
Dear Lori,
My spouse and I are first time home buyers and new to Florida. We recently
bought our house and moved to Broward County. What are the requirements
for new home buyers to obtain Homestead Exemption?

T & S Kelly, Deerfield Beach

The deadline to late file for any 2009 exemption is closed Sept. 19, 2009;
however you can pre-file for 2010 exemptions including: Homestead, disability,
widow/widower, granny flat and portability. To be eligible for a 2010 exemp-
tion, you must be on title and make the property your permanent residence by
Jan. 1, 2010.
You are also eligible if you hold a life estate interest in the property or reside
on the property owned by a Trust and live there pursuant to the terms of the
Trust. Applicants must be a US Citizen, a Permanent Resident Alien, or hold
"PRUCOL" asylum/refugee parole status in the US. You must be a registered
Broward voter or file a notarized Declaration of Domicile form with the Bro-
ward County Recording Office.
Applicants must either have a Florida Driver's License or Florida ID Card (for
non-drivers). You cannot use a "Valid in Florida Only" driver's license and can-
not keep a valid driver's license in another state.
Homestead Exemption does not transfer. If you had Homestead on a previous
property, you must file for a new Homestead Exemption once you have pur-
chased and moved into a new permanent residence. Remember: It is unlawful
to claim an exemption if you or your spouse are claiming a Homestead or other
permanent residency-based tax exemption or credit in any other county, state or
country.
To pre-file for Homestead Exemption, simply go online at www.bcpa.net.
Click the big yellow button near the top left of our homepage to get started. To
file for any other exemptions, visit "Download Forms" page to find the appro-
priate application.
If you prefer to file in person, you cali visit our Main Office or our West
Broward Branch Office and we will assist you in filing your exemptions. For
questions contact Customer Service & Exemption Department at 954-357-6830.

Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA

If you have a question for Lori, 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,


Deerfield Beach commission wants
* * *
to ban pain clinics, beach fishing,

drivers who text on the road
Deerfield Beach City Commissioners went after three evils of modern living
Tuesday, pain clinics, text messaging and cell phone use while driving. They
also took the first step to ban fishing from the beach.
Commissioner Bill Ganz suggested an ordinance prohibiting pain clinics
saying the city of Davie has recently passed such a measure. The clinics have
become known as 'pill mills' that write prescriptions for dangerous drugs. Law
enforcement officials say illegally obtained prescription drugs now account
for the majority of their drug seizures. A pain clinic near city hall was robbed
recently.
Voicing one of her pet peeves, Mayor Peggy Noland said it should be il-
legal for drivers to text message from behind the wheel and then expanded her
remarks to include all cell phone use. "Use a Blue Tooth," the mayor said, "We
should take a proactive stance on this."
Earlier in the evening, the commission approved first reading of an ordi-
nance that would ban fishing within 100 yards of the shoreline, effectively halt-
ing surf fishing. A public hearing will be held Oct. 20.

Deerfield Beach may give the green
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11glit 10 Yet 11ght cameras
Although two Florida cities in are court over their use of red light cameras,
.
Deerfield commissioners want to pursue the idea which the city manager has
estimated could raise as much as $500,000 for the operating fund.
Mike Mahaney deleted the revenue from his proposed budget after lawsuits
were filed in Aventura and the Tampa-area city of Temple Terrace.
But in Pembroke Pines, the first Broward city to install a camera, commis-
sioners announced recently they will add five more cameras at intersections
after the supplier agreed to ante up for any legal fees incurred by the camera's
use. In Pompano Beach, the commission recently voted to install the cameras
and they are in use in Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood and Hallandale. The cameras

tre owned by a private entity and a portion of the fines collected are returned to
Commissioner Bill Ganz asked Mahaney for the pros and cons of using the
cameras and Mayor Peggy Noland said "I wanted to pursue this. It costs us
nothing and we get a percentage of the fines."
The lawsuits claim the cameras violate due process. A bill authorizing the
cameras on state roads failed in the Florida Legislature this year.







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Beach High School. For their
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Hospital and Eye See Kids
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Mercedes says, "It was a
huge load off our shoulders
when we became involved
with KCI. The girls are in
school and their needs are be-
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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
While Hillsboro Beach
commissioners debate the
merits of going forward with
beach restoration, Robert Gal-
lo, president of a condo where
erosion has done extreme
damage, says his homeowners
will sue if the don't
Gallo is already resigned
to the possibility beach re-
nourishment won't happen for
another year. Permits for the
project are due in November,
but unless contracts are let
immediately, he believes the
chances are slim of getting the
375,000 cubic yards of sand
deposited on the beach before
turtle season beings March 1.
Last winter, homeowners
at Hillsboro Beach & Yacht
Villas, obtained an emergency
permit to build a wooden wall


in a better position (to do the
project). To lose this period is
lunacy," Gallo said.
But faced with higher
taxes and falling property
assessments, Mayor Carmen
McGarry has said this may
not be the time to go forward.
Earlier this month, she said
12 homes in the town are
in foreclosure and 35 have
tax liens. "You can bet more
are struggling financially,"
McGarry said this week. "Is
it a good decision to put us $5
million in debt?" Her con-
cerns don't deter Gallo. "You
can't hold us hostage because
of foreclosures," he said.
"Last year was scary. The
opportunity to go forward is
now."
McGarry voiced her inde-
cision last month saying the
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All of our lives have changed.
Instead of going out for bite
to eat, Harry and I are now
watching movies like Aliens
in the Attic."
Jasmine Shirley, vice presi-
dent of Community Health
Services says, "At Broward
Health we recognize the need
to address multiple issues and
concerns that impact a grow-
ing number of children and
adults in kinship relationships
who lack the resources many
traditional families and foster
parents take for granted. The
resulting outcomes with KCI


are numerous. The greatest
of these are stable, happy
and healthy children living
with relatives who love and
care for them, as well as the
improved health and wellness
of the adult caregivers. The
entire community benefits
when there is one less child
residing in an already over-
crowded foster care system."
The KCI is currently
funded by $433, 455 over
three years by the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation
Local Funding Partnerships
and requires its money to be


matched locally dollar for dol-
lar. The Health Foundation of
South Florida, the lead nomi-
nating agency, has committed
to a match of $362,775 over
three years. Blue Foundation
for a Healthy Florida awarded
Broward Health a two years,
$60,000 grant for its KCI pro-


gram.
Thank you Broward
Health and KCI for your
assistance in guiding grand-
parents, relatives and friends
to the many services sudden-
ly required when they find
themselves unexpectedly
parenting again.


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C assic Residence by Hyatt is commmed to offering
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As part of our innovative wellness program, we're
pleased to present our Caregiver Education
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Coaching and Consulting, will discuss how you can
take back your time by raising awareness of priorities
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to protect their shoreline and
are hopeful of getting state
approval for a permanent steel
seawall. That too probably
won't be in place before win-
ter storms come ashore which
are often as damaging as hur-
ricane winds and waves.
Town Commissioner Tom
Puleri, whose assignment is
beach erosion, has a different
outlook. Puleri is confident
the permits will be in hand in
November, that contracts can
be let in January and the nour-
ishment will be completed
by March. "I'm an optimistic
guy," he added.
Cost of the project is
being estimated downward,
from $7 million to $5.6 mil-
lion, with the price of sand
falling and the use of a dredge
that will be at Boca Raton
Inlet available at a greatly re-
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The Broward Sheriffs Office, or BSO, Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea District will host a BSO Police Town Hall on Thurs-
day, Nov. 12, 2009 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Jarvis Hall, 4505 Ocean
Drive, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
Residents wil11earn about BSO's services including crime
prevention and public safety. Residents will also have the
opportunity to interact with members of the Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea district. Members from Citizens on Patrol, or COP,
program will be in attendance as well, to provide information
on how residents can become involved in that program.
"Unfortunately, much of peoples' knowledge of how a law
enforcement agency operates comes from movies and televi-
sion shows," says BSO Lauderdale-By-The-Sea District Chief
Oscar Llerena. "This forum will allow our residents to receive
first hand information on how their police department oper-
ates." Snacks and refreshments will be served. All ages are
welcome.


Greater Pompano Beach
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Republicans will meet Thursday evening Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at
the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach. The guest speaker, Scott Spages, will discuss "Fair
Tax." Candidates are invited to attend. The meeting is open to
the public at no charge. Call 954-786-7536.


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Whether you're moving, need more space at home or at the police, or just need a place to store things for a while, AIA
Mini Storage can help. They are your professional, alTordable solution to your storage needs.
At A1A Mini Storage, they provide convenient self-storage solutions. With a wide range of units. they have the right
size for all of your storage needs. The utmost security possible will put you at ease, while their rates will put a smile
on any customer's face.
1A1A Mini Storage's full-service storage facility is designed for your convenience. Open 7 days a week. their
professional staff will help you find the most affordable solution for your personal and business storage needs. They
offer competitive rates with no deposit required on smaller units, and they have the storage solution for you. Never any
affairdstrafflH feed if JOu need storage space, A1A Mini Storage has plenty of it.
The editors of this 2009 Fall Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call A1A Mini Storage today at
(954) 942-8680, and ask about their great discounts and everyday low prices. They are located at 1835 South
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MOrton Roofing, Inc.
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Rooting is true craftsmanship! There are only a handful who you can count on to get the job done right but only
one- Morton Rooting that will not only get the job done right, but with the highest level of quality and service. They
specialize in commercial. industrial and residential roofing installations, as well as maintenance and report of existing
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professionalism. dedication and satisfaction. From sales to installation and service, you can always count on their
dedicated professionals to make the difference. That is why more homeowners refer friends to Morton Roofing
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technicians that can handle your emergencies 24-hours a day. Call today at (954) 783-5883, for your FREE roof
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The editors of this 2009 Fall Edition Local Business Update urge you to find out why Morton Roofing, Inc.
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Coral Plaza Retirement Residence, Inc.
As pioneers in assisted living, Coral Plaza Retirement Residence is committed to the highest quality of care. Their
experienced caring staff is on duty 24-hours a day, seven days a week to make sure that all residents remain healthy,
safe and comfortable.
The happiness and well being of their residents is the driving force behind everything they do. When you choose them,
you're giving your loved one the personalized services and caring attention he or she deserves and you'll have peace
of mind knowing that your loved one is enjoying life.
They have hotel quality suites that 9is e residents the room the nee J to live independently and enjoy whatever hobbies
they choose. Restaurant quality meals are enjoyed in the luxurious dining room.
Every day is a holiday at Coral Plaza Retirement Residence. Daily and weekly activities will give the residents a
chance to maintain a healthy, active and full lifestyle.
So, what are you waiting for? The authors of this 2009 Fall Edition Local Business Update suggest that you
go to Coral Plaza Retirement Residence and see what you've been missing. They are located at 5850 Margate
Boulevard in Margate, or call (954) 970-0053 to schedule a tour at Coral Plaza Retirement Residence, Inc.

Sky Service Plumbing, Inc.
Take the WORRY out of your plumbing dilemmas and get in touch Sk} Service Plumbing, Inc., phone 1-866-492-
7591. They are experts in all phases of plumbing repair and installation. Throughout the years the plumbing industry
has made notable progress. The development of new technology has madei the mechanical systems for homes and
commercial properties a great deal more economical and cost effective.
This prominent plumbing contractor can swiftly radio dispatch their repair service to your home or business. Their
experienced crews are knowledgeable in all aspects of the plumbing business. They are licensed, bonded and insured
for your protection.
For all types of plumbing repairs, Sky Service Plumbing is the company that stands ready to get the job done in a
hurry.
The compilers of this 2009 Fall Edition Local Business Update Guide would like to take this opportunity to
endorse the respect that Sky Service Plumbing, Inc. has earned in this area. It's exhilarating to find a company
that knows that the customer must come first. Remember, "A Good Flush Beats A Full House."


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Garden Club of Light-
house Point members will
meet Oct. 17 at St. Paul
the Apostle Church in the
education hall at 10:30 a.m.
Attendees will design fall
arrangements under the
direction of Cindy Rieger,
desi ner, CFAA. Cost is $15
and includes all supplies. Call
954-788-2661.
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The American Legion
will host a blood drive on
Oct. 24 from 11 a.m. to 5

PA. at thePLoegion Hat, 1
Free hot dogs and burgers for
all donors. Thanks to the 19
peop e woo hd nated blood on
Aug. 29. Join the Auxiliary
for Tuesday evening Bingo
starting at 7 p.m. at Legion
Hall. Call 954-942-2448.


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year-old son in April. I came
from North Lauderdale. I
love it here and so does my
boy who plays with neigh-
borhood children in a safe
playground. He's very happy
and goes to school nearby."
Lily Bee moved into her
one bedroom apartment in
late August and she says, "I
love it here. It reminds me
of Coconut Creek's Town-
ship, but now I have the same
beauty ul setting for half the

helpful with all of the paper
work. Now I'm just five
minutes from my fanuly and
my job with the Broward
County School System. I feel
safe in this well lit setting and
I'm having fun decorating my
apartment."
LaTonia Thomas was liv-
ing in Fort Lauderdale when
she found Golden Acres on
the internet. "I looked at it
and loved it," she says. "I'm
a single parent with three chil-
dren who are 15, 8 and 4. We
have a clean, new, spacious
3-bedroom apartment. The
children love the apartment
and the pool. There are many
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children for them to play with
all h I'
so we re appy. ma
dental assistant instructor, and
I'm now fairly close to my
work. I drop the children off
at their different schools on
my way to wo .
Pleased to hear glowing
reports, Adderly smiles and
says, "It was just 18 months
ago that we got our financial
team together and we can't
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City welcomes Golden Square and Golden

complex of affordable, rental luxury apart
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger .,
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Beautiful new affordable
rental 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom
apartments are now available
in Pompano Beach. Everyone
from county officials on down
welcomed this much needed
addition to the city earlier this
month. Located at 1325 NW
18 Drive s acious Golden
Square and Golden Villas
prove it can be done. The
Housing Authority of Pom-
pano Beach partnered with
Pinnacle Housing Group of
Miami to create this afford-
able rental community with
302 units to accommodate
families of all sizes.
Home amenities include
ceramic tile flooring, energy
efficient appliances, ceiling
fans and available washer/dry-
ers. Community amenities
include a swimming pool,
commumty center, computer
facility, laundry facilities,
fitness center, playground
and tot lot, volleyball court, s
Hbrary, 24 hour emergency
maintenance.
Tunothy P. Wheat, region-
al vice president of Pinnacle
Housing Group explains the
term affordable
"It means tl at families
cannot have incomes that
exceed 60 percent of Broward
County's median income ad-
justed to family size. Trained
and pleasant staff will help
prospective renters determine
if they qualify. Rents are kept
at affordable levels for house-
holds with these incomes.
This community is geared to


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Stein at the grand opening of Golden Squ


PompanoBeachMayorLamarFisher
speaks to the crowd.
County Transit. When fully
filled, we expect to have about
750 to 800 residents including
children."
The entire complex
became available in June but
occupancy began in Febru
ary and more than half of
the units have already been
leased.
Comments from new
residents
Adriana Gomez says,
"I moved into a 2-bedroom
apartment with my seven-


provide an attractive setting to
the essential work force that
keeps the city running and
desperately needs a housing
opportunity like this," Wheat
says.
Executive Director of
the Housing Authority of
Pompano Beach, Ralph W.
Adderly adds, "One of our
qualifications for financing
this project was that it must be
located near schools, hospi-
tals, transportation and shop-
ping. Golden Acres meets
these conditions with Broward


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The office welcomes new
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Drs. Sheikh and McGee offer
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The Lighthouse Pomt
Chamber of Commerce will
host its next social on Oct. 22
at 6 p.m. at the Lighthouse
Point Yacht and Racquet Club
.
m the Commodore Room.
The event will honor "Breast
Cancer Awareness Month"
and attendees are asked to
.
wear pink.
The social will include
a 50/50 drawing and many
other pink gift items from
members' retail locations in
and around town. There is no
charge for members. Guests
are $10. For more information
visit www.1hpchamber.com

HAGS

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Alligator Gumbo Society at
Henry's Hideaway, SE corner
Andrews Ave. and McNab
Rd., Pompano Beach. Admis-
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The Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce will host a monthly
"Scenic A1A" Car Show
& Cruise-In Night starting
Friday, Oct. 16.
Co-sponsored by the
City of Pompano Beach and
the Community Redevelop-
ment Agency, or CRA of
Pompano Beach, the Car
Show & Cruise-In is from 6
to 10 p.m. every third Friday
of the month and will take
place next to the Pompano
Pier.
The event showcases
classic cars, antiques, spe-
cialty vehicles and more. All
types of vehicles are invited.
Cost to show a car is $3
per car and $5 if the car is
for sale. There will also be
music from the 50's, 60's
and 70's, door prizes and a
50/50 raffle.
The car viewing area is
in the parking lot next to the
Pompano Pier. The public is
invited. There is no cost to
view the cars.
For more information
about the Car Show contact
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providing housing for farm la-
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know as Golden Acres.
As the years progressed,
the HAPB provided 118
public housing units (Blanche
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Ridge) and 829 HCV Section
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caused by Hurricane Wilma
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ing units forced the HAPB
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by U.S. Department of Hous-
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funded by the U.S. Depart-
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budget, and everything met
the stringent Pompano Beach
codes."
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saying, "We brought in this
48.9 million dollar develop-
ment under budget proving
that developing quality, af-
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tough economic times."
Adderly concluded the
interview with this thought.
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opportunity for many people
employed in Pompano Beach
to live in their own city in
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panned by tangy homemade
dressings such as parme-
san and lemon vinaigrette,
balsamic reduction or Caesar
dressing. "Every vinaigrette
and sauce is made in-house"
asserts the ebullient Sandrine.
"We also have a fantastic
selection of appetizers" says
Eric. From beef Carpaccio
to crispy calamari, from Brie
pastry to homemade pizzas,
there are plenty of dishes to
share while enjoying a drink
at the bar.
Glasses of wine start at
$6, bottles at $24. There is a
daily Happy Hour from 5 to 7
p.m. and plenty of flat screen
TVs.
Opera Restaurant &
Lounge also offers daily
Chef 's creations and dinner
specials. Main courses start at
$11 and the portions are am-
ple. A good array of gelatos
and cakes provide the ideal
ending to a relaxing soirde.
In addition, "We have
guest artists from Thursday to
Sunday" states Eric with an
inimitable evocative French
accent. There is live entertain-
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PELICAN WRITER
In June 2008 Florida
Governor Charlie Crist signed
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recycling rate by 2020.
The Florida's EPA is
directed.to develop a plan
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organic matter that includes
not only yard waste, but also
food waste.
This organic waste would
either be composted or used
in a bio-digester to produce
bio-fuels
The commercial sector has
great potential for recycling.
Requiring businesses to
recycle is the first step. Also,
recycling facilities for con-
struction debris need to be
developed.
These materials should be
recycled first, and the balance
sent to the landfill.
In order to make these
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Florida's new recycling
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twenty-eight percent. An
RRR@SIS of what is sent to the
landfill or incinerated shows
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which includes construction
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A Pinellas County study
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showed that seventy-five per-
cent of municipal solid waste


burned or buried could be
recycled using known tech-
nologies.
According to the EPA's
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at all multi-family dwellings
and apartments could increase
residential recycling rates.
Many communities have gone
to single stream recycling,
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[Left] Jackie Shay from Pompano
Beach fills a wheelbarrow with
debris being taken from buildings
that will be refurbished for the new
campus of Women in Distress. Shay
has volunteered for the UW's Day of
Caring since 2002. [Center] Maureen
Kenny of Deerfield Beach and WID
Executive Director Mary Riedel.
[Top] Even Nemo gets in the picture
thanks to one UW volunteer.


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experience, and it really ad-
vanced our project."
With renovating an ongo-
ing process, Riedel welcomes
groups that want to pitch in.
In November, the Jewish
Federation will come to the
campus with 300 volunteers.
The next fund-raising
event is the SK Safewalk/Run
with the slogan "Stop Abuse
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at Markham Park in Sunrise
Saturday, Oct. 31, 6:30 a.m.
WID continually col-
lects used cell phones that
are recycled and sold. WID
also operates a thrift store
"BloomingSales" on North
State Road 7 in Margate. In
addition, a canned goods drive
is always in progress. To learn
more about these ways to
support WID, contact Karen
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"They did meet the require-
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Puleri said. "We are the only
town in America to have
them. We should keep them in
place."
The PEMs are not intend-


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extremely high tide and wind
conditions, but have been
shown to build beaches in lo-
cations in Denmark, Sweden
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reimburse us for our costs,"
Gallo said.
Mayor McGarry is also
concerned that a pending U.S.
Supreme Court decision will
make placing sand on private
property a violation of the 5th
amendment which prohibits
taking property without just
compensation.
The lawsuit was filed
against the Florida city of
Destiny and Walton County
by four property owners who
object to nourishing the beach
seaward of the erosion control
line because that portion, ac-
cording to state law, becomes
public. The plaintiffs say their
property is now "gulf view"
rather than "gulf front." Oral
ar uments will be heard Dec.
2. The court announces all its
decision by .early July.
Aware of the pending
court case, Puleri is even
more insistent on completing
Hillsboro's revetment before
the possibility that such proj-
ects become illegal. "It will be


finished business," he said.
Paying to restore the north
mile of Hillsboro's beach
is another dilemma. With
some properties benefiting
more than others, dividing
the cost has become an issue
that divides the town, raising
the specter of more lawsuits.
If the Supreme Court rules
against sand projects such as
this one, the opportunity for
residents who feel they have
been unfairly assessed to sue
is another elephant in the
room.
Puleri is sympathetic with
the homeowners at Hillsboro
Yacht Villas but worries that
a seawall there might effect
sand migration to the south.
"Manmade things cause prob-
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He has hopes that the
Pressure Equalizing Modules
(PEM) installed on the north
beach 18 months ago will
begin to accumulate more
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Dodd suggested a move
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allow space around buildings.
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low three-over-one or 44 feet.
That allowed a garage on the
ground floor and three stories
of height. He referred to for-
mer Mayor Oliver Parker.
"They gave away the farm,
allowing a change in setbacks,
density and green space,"
Dodd said. That's how Oriana
ended up such an imposing
building with the beach count-
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And he adds that's how
the town wound up with the
McMansion on Seagrape, a
building too big for the piece
of land with much smaller
setbacks.
"We need to set up sen-
sible zoning to allow tasteful
development that's profitable
for the developer and for the
town in terms of taxes without
building monster buildings."
Dodd said
He w ants to see a refer-
enduin so voters can decide
if they want a 44 foot height
limit in the north or to go back
(0 15 stories.
"We're not a cookie cutter
towri. We hat-e commercial
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33-feet is acceptable and hi-
rises in the north. We should
have different regulantilk
for different areas, he said.
Some buildings, such as the
Sea Lord and Buena Vista.
don t conform. --But they add
10 the character of the town.
That's what we like about our
quaininess." Dodd said.


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The claimants and the
amounts they say they lost
in value with the change are
Palm Yacht and Beach Club,
about $2.7 million; Coastal
Arms, about $4.8 million; El
Dorado, about 5.1 million;
and James Edmondson, $8.3
million. The Edmondson
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Watch Restaurant is located.
The communities filing
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derdale-By-The-Sea iIi 2001.
Prior to annexation the prop-
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codes that allowed a building
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the decision on whether to
revert to 15 stories," Dodd
said in an interview. He said
in this economic climate, he
doesn't think anyone will
build 15 stories for the next
10 years. "Because of the
recession, many prospective
builders are lucky they were
not breaking ground on high
rise buildings, but that doesn't
mean the claims will go
away," he says.
He says there are ways to


increase setbacks and green
space and make such build-
ings less imposing. "They can
be built so they don't cast a
shadow on the beach and are
more palatable," he says.
"Voters should (have the
chance to) reaffirm the deci-
sion they made that called for
a 44-foot limit townwide,"
Dodd said. He supported that
move at the time and said he
hasn't changed his campaign
position.
Commenting on his second
height limit agenda item,
Dodd said LBTS voters have
decided during three different
referenda that they wanted a
height limit of 44 feet. But
when the current commis-
sion voted to remove overlay
districts, they removed an area
of Old Town that was zoned
for 44 feet.
Asked if he regretted sup-
porting the removal of overlay
districts, Dodd said, "I regret
the fact that for two years nei-
ther the master plan steering
committee nor the planning
and zoning board has grabbed
the ball and run with it to sort


"The issue could cost the
town a considerable sum and
should be put to the voters to
continue to fight or allow 15
stories and tighten up the code
requirements, green space
and setbacks to reflect taste-
ful development," Dodd says
in backup materials for the
agenda item.


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Initiative Committee initiated
the amendment.
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Month. Quiet Street. Newly
Remodeled. More Info Call
954-946-6858 Or 954-946-
3561.


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BATHER- Fulltime.




SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
MAN FRIDA Y .
Compassionate Individual
Seeking Position As Driver,
Aide, Or Companion. Able
To Travel. Confidential &
Discreet. (561) 372-2254.

SERVICES
EMERA 1.D IRISH
CLEANING Est 20 yrs.
English Speaking. Cleaning
supplies. Hand scrubbed
floors. FALL SPECIAL
e 3r resg an54 Hs $0
emeraldirishcleaninq.com.
954-524-3161. 10/16

HOnE~ REMODELING &
Additlicms -- BIc Pa

Vista Contracting Inc. Lic/
Ins. CGC1508411. 754-366-
1727. ipthru~o.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
INDUSTRIAL
OPPORTUNITIES The
Iowest-cost, most sensitive
ice sensing systems in the
world. Manufactured locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
erations www.NewAvionics.

BEACHANDSPORTSWEAR

(EO QI EDORYEARLS
GREAT POMPANO BEACH
LOCATION ON A1A. 954-
305-9485.RTH sc

TOMORROW!! 10/23

MOBILE HOMES
DEERFIELD BEACH AREA
-DoubleWideMobileHome
In Resident Owned Park.
Ocean Access. A Must
See!!! $15,000 Negotiable.
Call 954-427-0319. 10/16

NE FT LAUD- Cypress Creek.
Completely Upgraded. Approx
675 Sq Ft Living Space. Lot
RentPaidForOctober.Turn-key
Move-in. Reduced $12,500.


HOME SALES
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
55+. 2/1, Car port, Private
EndLot.NewRoofA/CWood
Floor. Updated Kitchen
& Bath. Large Private
Screened Porch.-Private
Covered PatfolBBQ Area.
$95,000. Call Owner 954-
545-4815.

CONDOS FOR
SALE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Century Village Deerfield.
55+. 1/1, New Carpet, Paint,
CeilingFans&LightFixtures.
Extra Cleanl! $29,900. 561-
271-4761.

LBTS SOUTH LEISURE 1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
ShuttersOpenAiryBright.Call:
954-493-8894 0,

CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH 3BR,
2.5 B A, OCEAN VIE W,
WASHERIDRYER. $1750
MONTH FT LAUD
INTRACOASTAL 2/2,
UPDATED$1550MO.COSTA
PROPERTIES,1NC.954-781-
0047-

POMPANO BEACH 4/4.5
New Town Villa. Gorgeous
Wood Cabinets & Granite
Thru-out. In-law Suite 1st
Floor.PrivateGardenQuiet
Area.NearCiticenter.$3050
Mo.954-974-5633-

WILTON MANORIOAKLAND
PARK Large Newly
Refurbished 1/1, Tile Thru-
outBathAIITileKnockout.
$700+. Call 954-8.16-1322.


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FLEA MARKET0


HOUSE FOR
RENT
LEISUREVILLE Pompano
Beach Fully furnished 3
bd./1.75 ba. $1,200/mo. Plus
cable and electric. 55+ over
community. Call 954-649-8867.
10/

POMPANOiBEACHF d

Yard Located On A Quiet Street.
551 NE 35 St. Near Sample

aex Da 95 -08M 7
10/30

ROOMS FOR
RENT
POMPANOROOMINPrivate
Home. Use of Kitchen With
All Appliances & Washer &
Dryer.$470 Month.Call For
Info 954-366-6781-

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANOBEACH1ROOM
Efficiency.EofUS1.Private

n reO I htsPorcbaNo
Required.$575 Month.954-
695-8730.

OAKLANDPARKEFFICIENCY
1 Room Private Bath &
.
Entrance. Furnished + Directv.
$185 Week + $700 Security.
More Info 954-561-8948. 10/18


Eff c ePcA N10RooB E CH
Bath, Private Entrance.
Walk-in Closet. Everything
Included.$625Month.1st&
Last. Call 954-304-5279.

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
WAREHOUSE BAYS FOR
RENT BY THE WEEK,
MONTH, OR YEARII Three
Warehouse Bays now
available in prime location
just north of Sample Road
between 1-95 and Federal
HwylAllbayshavebathroom,
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
withofficespace,$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.

POMPANO BEACH Nice
Commercial Office with Large
Bay with Rollup Door. 3671
NE 12 Ave. $850 + Tax, Yearly
Lease. Act Quick! Hurry. Call
Dardat954-783-3793. 10/30





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FRIENDLY . TONIC


S CBoast narduA.uxiliary
As a public service, the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary,
Pompano Beach, is offering our "About Boating Safely"
Course on Oct. 24 at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center,
1801 NE 6 Street. This one-day program begins at 8 a.m. and
finishes at 4 p.m.
All materials and lunch are provided. Cost is $45 with an
additional fee of $5 for the facility.
Contact Tom Nolan at 954-421-0502 for registration and
further information.

& $ A g *

Francis R. Lakel, Esq.
25 Years Courtroom Experience
Available For Consultation At
3801 North Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach, FL
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inin.a c....le.tiour.,
(30 minute maximum)
Home Office PO Bos 331120, Miam. FL, 33233, Prl .305 854-2713


SPeoo oAC MEN'S
GOLF ASS'N.
Tournament Weds., Oct 14,2009
Pines Golf Course
Two Best Balls of Foursome. Net
. Scores
scores
1st-DickMcCarthyJohnSherryEver-
ettDeCarloGeorgeShouldis....120
2nd Place Tom Oldensmith, Bill
Oakley, Jim King, Dan Smith . .123
Closesttothepin.Hole#7.EdGormley
Tournament, Sept 30
Score
1st Scott Feinman, John Kapoukakis,
Everett DeCarlo, Leo Miller . . 53
2nd Don Mann, Dick Wolfe, George
s Atdh m in. Pal
Course. 11th Green . Dick Wolfe

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1415 NW 18th Drive
Pompano Beach, FL 33069




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Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Directions: Take 1-95 to Atlantic Blvd. west Tum right o"
NW 13th Avenue then left at Martin Luther King Blvd
then tum right on Nw Iash Drive


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