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Hometown News & Views


Town manager

review stirs the

pot in LBTS
By Judy Vik
PEUCH WRITER
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea com-
missioners will meet at 4 p.m. today
to complete their evaluation of Town
Manager Esther Colon.
Discussion got off to a rocky start
Tuesday when Mayor Roseann Minnet
noted that everyone but Vice Mayor
Jerry McIntee had turned in forms
commissioners had agreed to fill out,
scoring the manager in various areas,
such as relations with the public and
relationships with the governing body.
McIntee said he had no intention
of filling out the form, noting, "The
town manager shouldn't be pilloried."
See MANAGER REVIEW on page 16

Deerfield B each

Mayor suggests
chamber

building might

bb d
ea goo uy
Mayor Peggy Noland has asked
city administrators to look into the pos-
sibility of buying the Deerfield Beach
Chamber of Commerce building, 1601
E Hillsboro Blvd. "I'm just throwing
this out," Noland said. "We've lost a
lot of buildings in parks and recreation,
or we could buy that building for the
Community Redevelopment Agency."
Noland got the support of Com-
missioner Joe Miller who said "It's
worth exploring. There could be merit
in doing something with that building."
The Chamber owns a free-stand-
ing building on Hillsboro Boulevard
See DEERFIELD BEACH on page 8


By Anne Siren
PEUCH STAFF
Martin Luther King Boulevard
is targeted as the new home for
about 800 employees of the Broward
County School Board if all the pieces
fall in order, and there are plenty of
pieces.
Corey Alston, president of Alston
Development is seekmg a six-acre
tract of land on the boulevard located
between the proposed transit center
and E. Pat Larkins Civic Center just
west of Dixie Highway-
The property is owned by the
city's Community Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA, and was purchased
from private owners to further the


school board employees now housed


By Anne Siren
PEUCH STAFF
On Tuesday, the Pompano
Beach Community Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA, agreed to fund
the 2010 Tiger Trail Festival with
$15,000 and a CRA staff person to
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Pompano Beach Tornadoes Lily Britt, Katy Graves and Victoria Portela give strong encouragement to their teammates as they competed last week
against Monarch and Coral Springs High Schools. The Tornadoes won the meet and are on their way to the Keys this weekend to compete against Key
West High School. [Photo by Ted Hasle]

Broward School Board e es Pom ano

Beach for 800-employee office building


redevelopment of the community.


raising. The CRA also agreed to
develop and print brochures to help
build a sponsorship program for the
festival.
After the unanimous vote, Ed
Phillips, chair of the landmark festi-
val, said he was "disappointed" with
the city's representatives.
See TIGER TRAIL on page 11


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Park. Additional space on the
ground floor is targeted for
.
retail. Parking facilities will
ye designed for 600 parking
spaces with extra parking
at the E. Pat Larkins Civic

The $15 million project
could be completed by the
summer of 2011.
Before committing to a
contract, the land must be
advertised to the public for
Other offers.
But CRA board members
can require specifications
similar to the present offer.
This month, the CRA will
prepare economic and envi-


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a reception on Monday, Nov.
2, at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center from 5:30 to
7:15 p.m. for residents to
meet, in person, the final-
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hold a special meeting at
the commission chambers
from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m.. for
presentations from each of the
candidates
The four candidates are:
Dennis Beach, who served as
the city manager in Ft. Peirce,
Florida for over thirteen years,
assistant city manager in Port
St. Lucie and city manager
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ingland engineer. All board
members must be Pompano
Beach residents.
For information about the
grant projects, call 954-786-
5535.


ronmental impact studies.
On Tuesday, CRA board
members agreed to seek Re-
quests for Letters of Interest
to allow other developers to
consider projects for the land.
Said Commissioner Barry
Dockswell, "We must go
through the process to make
public requests. If someone
comes up with a better use for
the land, we can adopt it."
But Dockswell added that
the school board proposition
is a "great idea. It will cre-
ate jobs, shoppers and lots
.
of support activities for the
community. My support is
unqualified."
Vice Mayor George
Brummer had some reserva-
tions.
"I think the building


must have more retail space
than they are talking about. If
it's only for the people who
work in the building, it does
no good for the people in
the community. The school
board is a problem. They have
proven to be arbitrary and ca-
pricious. They tend to change
things as they go along. Now
we will offer the same prop-
erty to other developers who
might have better ideas for the
land," said Brummer.
Brummer added that a
master plan for the MLK cor-
ridor needs to be in place to
meet the needs of the com-
munity.
a
I want to see a complete
plan for the boulevard from
Dixie Highway to I-95. We
,,
haven't seen that yet.


In other business, the
CRA board approved several
incentive programs for busi-
nesses in both the east and
west CRAs that create grants
for businesses to renovate fa-
cades, landscaping and other
exterior and interior projects.
Business owners or ten-
ants applying for the grants
must have property within
either the East or West CRA.
Non-profit businesses are not
eligible for the grants.
The board also approved
grants to assist tenants with
moving into the CRA area.
The board also agreed to
expand the West CRA advi-
sory boards to include three
additional board members
with professional positions in
landscape architecture, bank-


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soon is the Atlantic Boulevard
.Streetscape to upgrade the
city parking lots on Atlantic
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A shuttle bus will be
available with pick up and
drop off locations at the event
site and the Pier Parking Lot
on North Atlantic Boulevard.
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On Friday, Oct. 30, from
6 to 9 p.m., the public is invit-
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residents at the Intracoastal
Waterway, 140 SE 28 Ave., St.
Martin's Episcopal Church,
for Music on the Water.
The event is sponsored by
the city, the East Community
Redevelopment Agency, or
CRA and members of the East


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Local restaurants and
wine and beer vendors will be
on hand to provide refresh-
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Members of the CRA will
also be available with render-
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Baseball team will host the Annual Haunted Trail
at 1849 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach Oct.
23 through the 24 and Oct. 30 through 31. Entry
fees are $5 per person or $20 per family.
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title. "I put high value on this
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own effectiveness on the job
as a teacher."
As she winds up her mas-
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University, Mary uses her
training to assist the Univer-
sity and the Fort Lauderdale
Museum of Art to incorporate
future programs for all Bro-
ward County children.
For Norcrest Elementary
School, with the help of the
P.T.A., Mary did a fund raiser
for the school's art department
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See CAVAIOLI on page 5


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PECAN STAFF

Mary's eyes sparkle when
she tells how she and her
husband Kevin Cavaioli met
back in 1978.
"We met through a fluke
in Kyoto, Japan. I was teach-
ing English and studying the
culture, and he was studying
gardening. While wandering
around a department store in
the shopping district, I man-
aged to walk into a "do not
enter" area where Kevin was
standing in front of a window
sketching. We were the only
two people in a completely
empty unused space so of
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4 the saying goes, the rest is
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Point and in the larger South
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Flonda area.
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A long time favorite of
many children, Mary has
been teaching art at Norcrest
Elementary School for the
past nine years. She teaches
regular art classes as well as
art for the gifted, ESE, or Ex-
ceptional Students Education,
children with autism and three
and four-year-old children in a
pre-kindergarten group. When
her school day ends, her many
other activities begin.
She writes two art courses
and one gifted course for Bro-
ward County's on line, Virtual
University. On Sundays, she
can be found at the Boca Ra-
ton Museum of Art teaching,
"Artful Adventures."
A National Board Certi-
fied teacher herself, Mary
serves on the board of this or-
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the children from the school.
"Our P.T.A. is wonderful," she
says. "On May 13 in 2010,
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Art Fair which will feature art
work done by every student in
the school."
This past summer, she
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and girls, five to twelve. Do-
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the best from her students
and to stimulate their cre-
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little Madeline."
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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XV, Issue 43
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics:RachelRamirezWindsheimer
Bookkeeper: John White
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Pelican Staff* Michael d'Oliveira
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
Copy editors Phyllis J. Neuberger, Janel Rowe
Account Executives: Paul Shroads, Marianne Miccoli, CarolygMann
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Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Telephone: 954-783-8700 Fax: 954-783-0093
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is $31.80 including tax for one year's delivery in Greater Pompano Beach; $93.60/
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Lighthouse Point and Pompano to
host 20th Nautical Flea Market
The Nautical Flea Market has been scheduled for Jan. 30 and 31, at Commu-
nity Park in Pompano Beach. The park is located at 820 NE 18 Ave.
The event will be open, rain or shine, to the public, with an admission fee of
$5 per person. Admission is free to anyone under 12 years of age with paid adult
admission.
Spaces.and fees
Outside spaces are 10' x 20' for merchandise. There will be 15' x 25' spaces
available for boats and trailers only. The cost is $150 for the first space and
$100 for each additional space as outlined on the application form. There are
no refunds.
Specifications and conditions
The dealer must have marine-related items. Firearms, stun guns and weapons
are prohibited. The sale of any spear-fishing weapons or projectiles of any type
to minors is prohibited. Vendors must provide their own booth preparations.
Vendors will be contacted approximately one month prior to the event with
space assignments and set up time. Visit www.nauticalfleamarket.com for ap-
plications or call 954-786-4111.
Broward Health hosts free lecture,

The Skinny on Your Diet on Oct 28
Broward Health launches a new, free monthly series, called Girl Talk
at North Broward Medical Center, or NBMC. The public is invited. Keisha
Goodison, Doctor of Osteopathy, will lecture on healthy eating habits and the
right way to lose weight. Each month, there will be a program featuring a fe-
male physician addressing different subjects pertaining to women's health. The
Skinny On Your Diet will be offered on Oct. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the NBMC
Conference center, 201 E. Sample Road, Deerfield Beach. Admission is free but
reservations are required. Call 954-759-7400.

Count Dracula to perform at

Monster Concert
The Pink Church, 2331 NE 26 Ave., Pompano Beach, will offer a dark set-
ting for its annual Halloween Concert Oct. 30 at 7 p.m
South Florida organists Jay Brooks, Simon Jacobs, Mark Jones,
Chuck Stanley, and Matthew Steynor performing terrifying toccatas
and haunting harmonies on the Great Pipe Organ
The event is for all ages. Costumes are encouraged.
Count Dracula will play the Bach Toccata and Fugue in d minor. Other
works will include music by Bo611mann, Tournemire, Reger, Vierne, Gigout,
Chopin, and Eben. Suggested Donation is $10 for adults, $5 for students, and
children under 12 are free.
Call the church music office at 954-941-2308, extension 112 or visit www.
pmkpres.org or email: mjones@pinkpres.org


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Teen Center to staff at the second annual Hallow-
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Teen Center on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31 from 7 to 11
p.m. Teens are encouraged to bring their own scary
masks and costumes. A school I.D. and volunteer form are re-
quired for registration. Call 954-571-4568/4569. To learn about
other Teen Center events, visit www.Deerfield-Beach.com.


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ing is designated a community
facility. "Selling is an option
we have been looking at. It
would have to have board
approval. The real question is
'What is in the best interest of
both the city and the cham-


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Sullivan Park and the shuffle-
board courts.
At the CRA meeting
Tuesday, the mayor said the
area around Sullivan Park "is
deplorable" and asked CRA
Director Kevin Klopp to visit
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4505 N. Ocean Drive, redeco-
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behind Town Hall at 4501 N.
Ocean Drive.
There will also be snacks
and games. A disc jockey will
provide music.
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North
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lb
Cu to meet
Democrats welcome State
Rep. Kelly Skidmore Oct. 28
at 7:30 p.m. at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE
6 St., Pompano Beach. The
public is invited. Rep. Skid-
more will talk about recent


ate District 25.
Call954-785-0960.

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Pompano
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Ghouls and goblins are
invited to the Pompano Beach
Parks & Recreation Depart-
ment Halloween Fun Fair on
Thursday, Oct.
29 from 6 to
8:30 p.m. at the
pompano Beach
Amphitheater,
1801 NE 6 St.
Every child will get a
chance to parade across the
Amphitheatre stage display-
mg costumes and receive a
ertificate of participation.
Children's activities include a
bounce house, rock climbing
wall, spin art, games, food,
refreshments, antique fire
truck and much more. Bella
the Clown and her friends will
providefacepainting.
This year the Pom-
pano Beach Fire Depart-
ment Clowns and Lil' Squirt
the mini fire truck will join
the Halloween Fun Fair to
provide entertainment for the
children.
A magic and illusion
show will be performed by
Brent Gregory on the Amphi-
theater stage at 6:45 and 7:45
p.m.
Admission is $2 per child
or two canned goods which
the city will donate to Our
Father's House Soup Kitchen.
Call 954-786-4111.

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open Oct. 31
The Pompano Beach
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the winter season on Saturday,
Oct. 31 at 8 a.m.
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the corner of Atlantic Bou-
levard and Dixie Highway.
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January, will be a series of
three-hour sessions on Satur-
days at the Bill Murray PAL
Center in Deerfield Beach.
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two hours of studying the
negative forces teens contend


"All kids are targets to-
day," says BSO Deputy Butch
Santy speaking of the vio
lence young people encounter.
Santy, with the help of
the Dart Foundation, is taking
steps to tone down violent be
havior by introducing BAAM,
a new Police Athletic League


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with such as cyber crime, bul-
lying, gangs, gun safety, drugs
and one hour of boxing.
. Funding for the first year
is being provided by the Dart
Foundation, the charitable
arm of Dart Container, a
Michigan company with of-
fices in Deerfield Beach. The
foundation has been focusing
its giving on education and
youth needs.since its incep-
tion in 1984.
Monday night, Alicia Pas-
cua, gave Santy a check for
$5,000 so kids, 8 to 18, can
enroll in the program for free.
Santy has been a school
resource officer at Deerfield
Beach High School for 18
years. He says, "Most kids
today are angry. Kids make
bad decisions and that chang-
es their lives forever. In a
flash, the game can change."
This summer he put 40
kids through his "Gloves not
Guns" program.
Boxing, Santy said, teach-
es kids about commitment, it
helps them get over their fears
and along the way, in order to
remain eligible for time in the
ring, the kids rack up commu-
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Phillips has already
received $4,000 from the city
and another $1,000 in spon-
sorship from Florida Power
and Light.
Phillips explained that the
festival needs $50,000 now
in order to line up musical
events for the festival which
takes place on Martin Luther
King Boulevard during Black
History Week, planned for
February.
Pompano Beach City
Commissioners who also sit
as the CRA board questioned
Phillips eleventh hour request
for the funds, only 90 dayS
before the event, but did not
question their resolute deci-
sion to hold the sponsorship at
$15,000.
"These are bad times,"
said Commissioner Wood
Poitier, "I have problems with
$50,000 when people are
losing their homes to foreclo-
sure."
Phimps was concerned
that unless the group could
procure the musical groupS
now, the festival might not
take place.
1Valter Hunter asked that
the CRA proceed with the
funding and extend a $35,000
.
loan so t he group could con-


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Friday, October 23, 2009


tract the entertainment.
That idea died when the
city attorney said the CRA
cannot lend money. It can
only sponsor and provide in-
kind services.
Willie Lawson, presi-
dent of the Broward County
NAACP chided the board.
"You can spend $50,000 for
a dog park. Give us the seed
money. We have no personnel.


Let the Tiger Trails committee
volunteers do the work."
Commissioner Barry
Dockswell did not want the
CRA to be the "bad guys,"
and said, "Are you telling us
to pony up the money or it's
over? I want to know why
you waited so long?"
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vote, Phillips left without
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McIntee suggested com-
missioners speak privately
with Colon, but Clottey dis_
agreed and said they should
be publicly discussing the
evaluation.
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd said he'd like the town
manager to fill out a review of
herself and evaluate commit
signers and the mayor.
"She works for us. Why
are you opening Pandora's
box?" McIntee asked.
"And you didn't do it,"
Dodd retorted to audience
applause.
On Oct. 12 the commit
sion brought in Richard G.
Simmons, a Range Rider with
the Florida City & County
Management Association to
help facilitate the review.
Range Riders are retired
-
city and county managers.
Commissioner Jerry Sil-
verstone said that by filling


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Simmons disagreed with
citizen input. "It's not a trial
of Esther by the public. If
commissioners are wise and
do it right, they will be re-
elected," he said. "If not, they
won't be."


out the forms, the commis-
sion had met the contractual
obligation and completed the
manager's review. He made
a motion that the review was
completed, and McIntee sec-
onded it,
"I don't know where you
people are coming from,"
Clottey reacted. "Part of the
evaluation process is to give
guidance for future perfor-
mance. You want to skip over
that?"
Earlier Simmons had
advised commissioners not
to wait for an annual review
to tell the manager what they
like and don't like. "A good
relationship with a manager
takes sitting down on a one-
to-one basis."
McIntee told Simmons
the commission recently
unanimously gave Colon [in
March] a vote of confidence.
Simmons said. "If you got
a vote of 5 to 0, Esther, you're
doing a fine job."
Then came the residents'
turn to comment.


Christopher Vincent said
Colon used "poor judge-
ment" when she fired Chief
Scott Gooding of the Bro-
ward Sheriff s Office without
commission advice. He added
that she often has a "tone of
contempt" when addressing
the commission.
Mark Brown, who edits a
local newspaper, questioned
what Colon does for her
$160,000 annual salary and
suggested her position be put
out to bid.
Cristie Furth said she "ad-
mired" Colon and the town is
"blessed" to have her.
Colon was called "wonder-
ful" by some and "abusive"
by others.
"She has made decisions
that are not in the best inter-
ests of the town," said Bob
Fleishman.
George Hunsaker, town
chaplain, suggested that the
>>
entire dais start "trusting
each other'
McIntee referred to Colon


as a "jewel." .
Clottey said she has no
problem doing a manager
review.
Colon said if commission
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ers don't liker her "work-a-
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magazines for the bed-ridden
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Park was in place.
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$2,000 deposit with a con-
tractor to build the 6 foot by
6 foot mortar and stone sign,
but it was never constructed-
Even a legal effort did not
help. Rosen & Zobus went to
the club and ask contractor
and member Bob Repass if
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SUNHARBOR TOWNHOME
2/2.5,Washer & Dryer.Very
Clean. $1250 Month Yearly.
CallFayeAtBalistreriRealty
954-303-9249.

FORT LAUDERDALE 1, 2
Bedroom. E-Z Low Move-
in. Pet OK. Waterfront, iSell
RE.Kim954-793-6184. 11/6
POMPANO LARGE 1/1 Apt.
No Pets. Laundry Facilities.
$750 Month. Weekly Rates
Available. 954-675-2363.
10/23

LIGHTHOUSE POINT 1/1.
Quiet Location, Screened
Patios $790. Beach Area
1/1 Apt $725. Campbell
& Rosemurgy R.E. Rick
Pfister954-588-9353.

LIGHTHOUSEW1 NTPo2/1

Washer And Dryer. $850
Month. Call For More Info
954-253-5327.

POMPANO BEACH 2/2 &
Efficiencies With Kitchen. 500'
to Beach. Laundry & Pool On
Premises. No Pets. Seasonal
Or Yearly. Call 954-294-8483
or 948-736-1533 10/30

POMPANO BEACH E of
Federal 1/1 Unfurnished.
NoPets $600Mo Yea2y.

POMPANO BEACH E of
Federal. Half Of Duplex
- 2/1 Furnished. No Pets.
$700 Month Yearly. Call Kelly
954-263-7129.

LAUDERDALEBYTHESEA
-1 &2Bedrooms.AIIUtilities
included.LongTerm.$1200&
Up.Morelnfo954-570-5307.
11/13

POMPANO BEACH-1/1, W/D.
500fttothebeach.$850Month.
$1350 to move in. Call 954-803-
3087 10/23

HOUSE FOR
RENT
LEISUREVILLE Pompano
Beach Fully furnished 3
Ext/1e75nba 0/5m5o Plus

community. Call 954-649-8867.
10/9393

POMPANO BEACH Cozy 2/1
House With Huge Fenced in
YardLocatedOnAQuietStreet.
551 NE 35 St. Near Sample
Rd & Dixie Hwy. $950 Mo. Yrly
Lease.CallDarci954783-3723-
10/30


POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
55+ 2/1 $800 Month Yearly
- Single Family House
Unfurnished. Move-in
Condition. FREE Golf-
Realty 3000. 561-866-3839.

ROOMS FOR
RENT
DEERFIELD ROOM
Beautifully Upgraded-
Private Entrance & Bath-
Walk-In Closet, Refrig.,
Micro., Fully Furnished +
Private Patio On Lake. No
Smoking/Pets.$495Month.
Call 954-681-9436-

POMPANO ROOM In private
home.Useofkitchenwithall
appliances & washer/dryer.
$4 4m th.9954-366-6781

SMALL CLEAN Furnished
Room with own bath, phone,
cable, Internet, laundry, patio,
pool, kitchen use,1-95-Sample-
$125 week. $200 security. 954-
940-8130 10/93

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
MBANGEBo 1R OM

entrance with Porch. No
Smokers Or Pets.No Lease
Required.$575Month.954-
695-8730.

POMPANO BEACH
Efficiency-1Room/Private
Bath, Private Entrance.
Walk-in Closet. Everything
Included.$625Month.1st&
Last. Call 954-304-5279.

POMPANO BEACH 1 Room
Efficiency.EOfUS1.Private
Entrance.$700 Month+ $700
Security. More Info 954-946-
4130.


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POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
-2/255+.1556 Sq Ft.Great
Condition. FREE GOLF!!
$124,900.Realty3000.561-
866-3839.

POM PA NO BEACH
E of Federal 3/2 Well
Maintained Home.$247,000.
Call Barbara At Balistred
Realty 954-263-7129,

CONDOSFOR
SALE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
-CenturyVillageDeerfield-
55+.1/1, New Carpet, Paint,
CeilingFans&LightFixtures.
Extra Clean!I $29,900. 561-
271-4761. 10/23

POMPANO UUPSDATEDN2/2

Everything. Well Maintained
Building. Resort Style Pool.
Low Maintenance. $114,900.
Call 954-234-3644. 10/30

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

CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH SBFI,
2.5 B A, OCEAN VIE W,
WASHER/DRYER. $1750
MONTH. FT LAUD

UNDRT 01ASOTMAOLCO28.
PROPERTIES,1NC.964-781-
0047.

POMPANO BEACH 4/4.5

dTowanb ta. Go
Thru-out. In-law Suite 1st
Floor.PnvateGardenQuiet
Area.NearCitiCenter.$3050
Mo. 954-974-5633.

POMPANO 2/2 Direct
Waterview. Dock Space,
Ocean Access, NFB,
Spacious Rooms, 2 Large
k-dn I s0etMo eo
954-695-3493. 10/23

POMPANO BEACH 2/2 E Of
US 1 Near Shopping, Parks,
Restaurants & Minutes To
Beach. $895 Month Yearly.
ApprovalRe Ired Morelnfo


APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site.Pool.PetFriendly.Call
Frank 954-545-5599.

POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath $700 Mo. EastOf Federal.
Walk To Everything. Tiled, Patio.,
F/I /R 954-995-AAAA 11/08

HILLSBORO INLET -
A1A...2/2.5 Townhouse.
Marble, Granite, Washer/
Dryer.PrivateYard&JacuzzI.
$1700Month.954-673-2292.
10/30


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