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Publication Date: October 15, 2010
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suspension without pay
By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors On Tuesday, three
weeks into his 30-day suspension,
Police Chief Richard Perez resigned.
Perez was suspended without pay for
sending racially and sexually charged
e-mails from his city account.
But he may not have had much
choice.
"We did discover that Chief Perez
had authorized administrative time off
for staff members [and himself]. That

See CHIEF on page 26

Pompano's code

enforcement

may go private
By Marise Estime
PELICAN WRITER
Pompano Beach It was a last
ditch effort from Broward Sheriff's
Office, or BSO, to continue code
compliance for the city of Pompano
Beach, but commissioners voted 4 to
2 in favor of a contract with Calvin,


See CODE on page 4


Kessler report in

Pompano reveals

fraud, theft,

misuse of funds
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach -On Wednesday,
the anticipated Kessler Report, was
released with findings that will call
for further investigations, includ-
ing "criminal conduct" regarding the
city's disbursement of local, state
and federal funds. The report will be
handed over to the Broward Sheriff's
Office and the Office of Housing and
Urban Improvement, OHUI.
Kessler International was retained
by the city in June to conduct an inter-
nal review of programs administered
by city employees of OHUI.
The 202-page report is based on
actions that took place between 2001
and 2008.
The report notes that files and
records from city's OHUI department
See KESSLER on page 14

Bike Safety Lighthouse Point Police Chief
Ross Licata chats with Cub Scout Michael
Raszka, 8, about bike safety. The city spon-
sored a day of bike safety at Dan Witt Park.
Officers and volunteers registered bicycles,
gave away free safety helmets and other safety
information. Officer Larry Hawkins explained
that once a bike is registered, it is easier to
locate if it's stolen. A recent rash of bike theft
prompted the police to sponsor the safety
program. Officer Jason Caruso said parents can
register bikes all year. For more information,
call 954-942-8080.


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Calendar/

Meetings
Compiled by Marise Estime
Sports
Youth Sports Registration
will be held in the City of
Lighthouse Point for Pee Wee
Flag Football for boys and
girls ages 7 to 9 on Oct. 16 at
Frank McDonough Park at 9
a.m., Youth Soccer for boys
and girls ages 10 to 13, Oct.
20 at 7 p.m. at Dan Witt Park.
Call 954-784-3439.
Pompano Beach Elks Lodge
#1898 will host "Hoop Shoot"
on Nov. 6 at Jim and Jan Mo-
ran Unit of the Boys and Girls
Club, 27 S. Dixie Highway,
Deerfield Beach. Kids ages 8
to 13 are invited to participate
in this free-throw shooting
contest. Registration begins
at 9:15 a.m. Email: mkro-
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Music
The Ars Flores Symphony
Orchestra will host "Tropical
Evening" at the Burt and Lynn
Luce home, 2408 Sunrise Key
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale on
October 16 from 7 to 11 p.m.
The evening includes an In-
tracoastal ride abroad a Yacht,
dinner, complimentary wine
and bar, silent auction and live
jazz by the Arts Flores Musi-
cians. Cost is $90 per person.
Call 954-764-4455.
Theater
See Guys & Dolls at the
Tamarac Theatre of Perform-
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By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors Car
bombs, oil conspiracies and
closeted sexualities take place
in Wilton Manors: A Mike
Grace Novel.
Set primarily in Wilton
Manors, the book tells the sto-
ry of Mike Grace, a bar owner
and former NYPD detective
who decides to investigate the
apparent suicide of his friend,
a local realtor who is found
dead of an overdose.
"He decides to leave his bar
stool and start asking some
questions about his friend,
Vincent Masonius," said E.J.
Bellew, the book's author.
Bellew, 41, and his fam-

Community
Continued from page 2
Lectures
The Deerfield Beach
Historical Society presents
"History at High Noon at the
Old School Museum, 232 NE
2nd Street in Pompano Beach
on October 20 from 12 noon
to 1 p.m. Paul "Cowbone"
Buster of the Seminole Indian
Tribe will share culture and
Seminole history. Call 954-
429-0378.
See COMMUNITY on page 5


ily moved to Florida in 2002
from New York, after the
events of September 11th.
"Many of us worked in the
[World] Trade Center, so life
changed for all of us," said
Bellew. He moved to Fort
Lauderdale in 2007 where he
works as a project manager
for an international realty
company.


Wilton Manors: A Mike
Grace Novel is Bellew's first
published book. "I've started
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completed them." This is his
first in a series of Mike Grace
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the city," said Brummer. "This
week in the last 3 to 4 days
I have gotten calls from my
constituents. They seem to be
concerned with continuity and
staying with BSO."
CGA representatives said
even though they will have
fewer code enforcers, they
expect to resolve more code
violations. "We are results-
driven. This is what we have
done in the private sector. We
can handle 800 to 1,000 cases
a year, said George Keller,
vice president of CGA.
Keller said BSO averages
350 cases a year, and CGA
will more than double the
cases with less employees.
The city sent out Request
for Proposals, or RFPs, but
BSO did not respond to the
RFP
On Tuesday, BSO Maj. Wil-
liam Knowles asked commis-
sioners to consider keeping
code enforcement with BSO.
"You have entrusted BSO for
10 years. We have long sought
direction from city in the past,
and we received little direc-
tion," said Knowles. He added
that his staff would work with
city staff and commissioners
to achieve the city's desires as
it relates to code enforcement.
Knowles' request came too
late.
Commissioner Charlotte
Burrie said, "For three years I
have been asking for code en-
forcement to be user-friendly
I would like to personally give
this company a chance."
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Community
Continued from page 3
The Deerfield Beach His-
torical Society presents "His-
tory of Sundown" with Civil
War Historian Peter Colon on


October 21 from 6: 30 to 7:30
p.m. Call 954-429-0378.
Pompano Beach Friends of
the Library is hosting "Read
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Friends of the Libraries Week


on Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at 1213 East Atlantic
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Call 954-786-2181.
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BSO deputies honored


LBTS -- Eric Weiner and Manny Alvarez were recognized as Broward Sheriff's Office em-
ployees of the month for September in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
"Their tenacity, hard work, dedication and teamwork in the apprehension of criminal offenders
is exemplary," Chief Oscar Llerena wrote to commissioners in announcing the awards.
Weiner and Alvarez were recently selected to participate in a crime suppression program, with
an emphasis on enforcement of narcotics laws and investigation of narcotics-related offenses.
They were chosen for this assignment as a result of their leadership, integrity and dedication to
duty, Llerena said.
The team immediately began working several investigations involving narcotics and other
criminal activity. "Within a few short months, results of their investigations are impressive,"
Llerena said. "They have logged a total of 51 arrests and executed two search warrants, yielding
seizures of felony amounts of cocaine, marijuana and illegally possessed prescription pills. Their
participation was instrumental in solving several other criminal investigations, which resulted in
the recovery of a substantial amount of stolen property."


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Patient Appreciation Day with
Dr. Paula Rossi Hedglon,
1313 E. Sample Road., Pom-
pano Beach. Lunch, music,
refreshments, door prizes and
gifts.


The Pompano Beach
Historical Society will host
a "Casual Evening on the
Inlet" at the home of Tom
and Lee Waldo, 2402 Bay
Drive, Pompano Beach, Oct.
23 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at. The
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house. Cost is $50 per person.
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County bus fare rate hike rides on

the backs of service workers
By Anne Siren
PUBLISHER

Broward County Commissioners raised bus fares this month.
I rode the bus recently due to a car breakdown. It was a healthy 13-block walk
to the Federal Highway bus stop. It was summer, and the rising sun held no
punches with its rays. By the time the bus arrived, I was thrilled to step into its
air-conditioned seating.
I dropped my three quarters into the fare jar and walked to the last available
seat.
Bus rides are silent except for occasional announcements by the driver.
"Sample Road, next stop," he says
No one makes eye contact, and if it happens by chance, it's an awkward mo-
ment.
Nearly everyone wore the service uniforms of medical assistants, grocery
workers or some other trade that required a shirt with a logo.
One well-suited woman held her briefcase between her knees.
A mother of three held onto her children who stood next to her. The baby lay
sleeping in her arms.
I was happy to be sharing a carbon footprint with my community instead of
plowing one out on my own. It's good to ride to work like this.
It's inconvenient however to work late and expect to get home by bus.
As I considered the silent community of which I was now a member, the bus
pulled over and stopped.
As one woman rose to gather her objects, she looked over me and said to a
nameless person behind me to give her best to her mother. She also extended an
invitation to the unnamed person behind her to "stop by" soon.
"I will," the girl said.
As the woman exited, she greeted a another young girl in a health uniform and
wished her a good day.
Some more people got on the bus, and they were greeted with words and
smiles.
I realized that most of the riders got this exact bus five days a week because
this bus always got them to work on time.
I assumed that over the months or years, they had created a social network.
If I caught this bus every day, I might get to know some of the other riders as
well.
Not everyone was a potential acquaintance. Some riders were vexing. A young
man looked very sad and beaten of spirit. I silently prayed for him for a few mo-
ments. He was about the same age as one of my sons. I hope it helped.
At the next stop more riders stepped into the whale-like bus belly spotted with
advertisement over its windows.
We were Jonahs, swallowed up and spit out at intervals.
Our companions of a few minutes or a few months disappeared through the
automatic doors into the streets.
Continued at top of this page


Bus rates continued...

I briefly wondered if any of these riders would protest the hike.
Could we take over the whale bus and hold it hostage until Broward County
Commissioners rescinded the increased prices?
The answer is "No." They don't have time. These are the workers of Broward,
trying to feed their families, get their children to school, pay rent and maybe
enjoy a beer or a glass of wine one evening.
So here is where we examine "moral legislation."
We already know that morals cannot be legislated. But can legislators apply a
sense of moral justice to their work?
Do they want that extra 250 on that worker's bus fare so much they are will-
ing to risk that worker's job?
Don't think of 250. Think of 250 multiplied by 5. That's $1.25. But that is
only one-way. So five days a week roundtrip amounts to $2.50 of additional
revenue. That's $130 a year more on top of the regular fare.
Now, by my math, if those 20 or more workers can afford to continue their
rides to work for an additional $130 a year, the county nets $2,600 per bus.
But that's just the additional revenue. Here's what the worker will spend for
round-trip service to work in one year: $910.
There are other ways to get revenues. But county commissioners chose to put
that burden on the hardest working and most vulnerable of us all.
So if this county comes forth with another year of flat rates, they are not get-
ting any applause from The Pelican.



League of Women Voters offers clarification of up-

coming proposed changes in Florida Constitution

Thanks to the work of the Florida League of Women Voters, The Pelican is
publishing the "Pro's" and "Con's" of the constitutional amendments voters will


Amendment #8

Revision of the class size requirements for public schools
Ballot Summary: The Florida Constitution currently limits the maximum
number of students assigned to each teacher in public school classrooms in the
following grade groupings: for prekindergarten through grade 3, 18 students;
for grades 4 through 8, 22 students; and for grades 9 through 12, 25 students.
Under this amendment, the current limits on the maximum number of students
assigned to each teacher in public school classrooms would become limits on
the average number of students assigned per class to each teacher, by specified
grade grouping, in each public school. This amendment also adopts new lim-
its on the maximum number of students assigned to each teacher in an indi-
vidual classroom as follows: for prekindergarten through grade 3, 21 students;
for grades 4 though 8, 27 students; and for grades 9 through 12, 30 students.
This amendment specifies that class size limits do not apply to virtual classes,
requires the Legislature to provide sufficient funds to maintain the average
number of students required by this amendment, and schedules these revisions
to take effect upon approval by the electors of this state and to operate retroac-
tively to the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year.
Effect of passage: Would amend the Constitution to increase permissible
classroom size. (Would create new Section 31 in Article XII, Fla.Const. that
would increase permissible classroom size)
Sponsor: The Florida Legislature
Background: Current class size limits were passed in 2002 by 52 percent of
Florida voters. These limits set caps on a class-by-class basis. The current limits
are being phased in and are scheduled to take full effect in August 2010. The
state estimates it has spent approximately $16 billion since 2002 to implement
the class size limits. An additional $2.9 billion is proposed for the 2010-2011
school year to meet the current limits.
The proposed amendment would ease the existing class size limits in the
constitution by changing the maximum number of students allowed in the
classroom. Senator Don Gaetz (R-Destin) and Representative Will Weatherford
(R-Wesley Chapel) sponsored the resolution to place this amendment on the
ballot, and they argue the current class size limits are too inflexible and cost the
state too much.
The Florida Education Association opposes the amendment and the teachers'
union is calling on the state to fulfill the constitutional mandate approved by
voters in 2002.
A Vote For Amendment #8...
would provide more flexibility in meeting class size requirements.
would allow limits to be increased (by no more than five) on
the maximum number of students in a class.
would provide more local level control of teacher-student ratios.
A Vote Against Amendment #8...
would leave class sizes as provided by the 2002 constitutional amendment.
would discourage Legislature from proposing that class size limits be elimi-
nated.
would cost the state additional dollars in fully implementing the original
class size amendment.
Amendment #9 (removed from ballot)


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These cash awards will help charities... 'For Good'


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Broward County Com-
munity Foundation of Bro-
ward, or CFB, hails names
of this area's most generous
philanthropists whose contri-
butions have made Broward
County better.
Their donations and inter-
ests have ranged from animal
welfare [$88,000]: funds
were used to spay and neu-
ter animals; Art and Culture
($400,000): to provide tickets
for performances for school
children to teaching older
residents how to paint; Educa-
tion and Literacy: ($900,000):
teaching children to read,
how to deal with bullying and
learning good study habits.
The list continues with
grants for youth, community
and business development.
Now the CFB wants the
community to nominate any-
one who is 60 years or older
for its newest honor, "For
Good Award."
A nominee is one who has
taken his or her retirement
and reinvested it into the
community through time and
expertise.
One winner will be selected
to receive $30,000 to give to
a charity of his or her choice;
an original piece of art and
entrance into the For Good
Awards Hall of Fame
Two finalists will receive
$10,000 to give to the charity
of his or her choice; an origi-
nal piece of art and entrance
into the For Good Awards


Hall of Fame.
Nominations for the For
Good Awards are being ac-
cepted now through Nov. 15
at www.cfbroward.org/awards
Community Foundation of
Broward for more informa-
tion.
Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible, the nominee
must be:
at least 60 years old
a legal resident of U.S. and
a resident of Broward County
someone who has initi-
ated important solutions in an
encore career. Encore ca-
reers combined with personal
meaning and social impact


with continued work (paid or
unpaid) in the second half of
life.
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leadership capacity to address
a social problem.
Preference will be given to
individuals who address is-
sues in Broward County.
Elected officials, Communi-
ty Foundation of Broward em-
ployees and board members
and members of the selection
panel, and their relatives are
not eligible.
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faith-based service organi-
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purpose of their project cannot
be strictly religious or sectar-
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exclusively to individuals
within a denomination or for
the sole purpose of expanding
the religious mission of the
denomination or faith.
The Harry T. Mangurian, Jr.
Foundation, Inc is providing
the awards. Program partners
include AutoNation, Berkow-
itz, Dick, Pollock and Brandt,
Northern Trust and Lifestyle
Magazines and the Sun Sen-
tinel.


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Taste of

Lighthouse

Point
If marketing is the key to
success, the Lighthouse Point
Chamber has come up with a
laundry list of great ways to
put a business name on the
map. In preparing for its 7th
Annual Taste of Lighthouse
Point, members are offering
sponsorships that include lots
of marketing power.
Azure Realty Services will
be engraved on every wine
glass. Look for Dr. Brian Rask
on cocktail napkins next to the
plates that will be imprinted
with the Shoppes of Beacon
Light.
There is still time to imprint
another business name for this
popular event.
All sponsors will be high-
lighted on advertising posters.
Event tickets accompany most
sponsorships.
Taste of Lighthouse Point,
sponsored by the Lighthouse
Point Chamber of Commerce
takes place Jan. 18 at the
Lighthouse Point Yacht &
Racquet Club. The venue in-
cludes local restaurants serv-
ing samples of their menus.
Call 954-942-7244.


Julie Katz named Business Woman of the Year by peer

members of Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Director of Marketing at
Citi Centre, Julie Katz has
impressed many of her peers
in and around Pompano
Beach with the fascinating
events and excitement she has
brought to Citi Centre.
The new, open-air mall
officially re-opened at Co-
pans and Federal Highway in
February of 2008.
Katz joined Citi Centre in
March of 2009.
The Pelican interviewed
Katz over coffee and a sweet
at Panera Bread, a favorite
stop for center shoppers.
When asked how she feels
about being named Business
Woman of the Year, this dy-
namo quipped, "Does the title
come with cash?"
Then, after a laugh, she
added, "Seriously, I'm hon-
ored to be recognized by my
peers in the Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce. I was
surprised and very pleased to
be chosen."
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to cooperation and interac-
tion between Citi Centre and
numerous civic organizations
and businesses. Her events
have certainly raised the
profile of the facility and the
city."
As marketing director,
Katz's job is to attract the


Community
Continued from page 5

Spook-tac-u-lar Grand
opening of Bobby Pins Hair
Design, 1243 S. Powerline
Road, Pompano Beach, Oct.
22, 4 to 8 p.m. Call 954-972-
1850.
Marine
The U.S. Coast Guard Aux-
iliary in Pompano Beach is of-
fering "About Boating Safety"
Course on October 23 at the
Pompano Beach Fire Train-
ing Facility, 180 SW 3rd Street
from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost
is $50 per person. Contact
Tom Nolan at 954-421-0502.
Crafts
St. Paul The Apostle Catho-
lic Church located at 2700 NE
36 Street in Lighthouse Point
presents "Annual Christmas
Boutique on Nov. 13 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Nov. 14
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
954-943-9154.
The Benevolent Patriotic
Order #142 is hosting a Holi-
day Arts and Craft sidewalk
sale Nov.20, from 10:30 a.m.


community, businesses, shop-
pers and visitors to the prop-
erty. She says, "I'm constantly
trying to do that by increased
advertising, hosting special
events and charitable events
like The American Cancer
Society, Crockett Foundation,
Light of the World Clinic,
Boys & Girls Club, Relay for


to 2 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Elks Lodge 700 NE 10
Street. The event is Open to
the Public.
Dance
St. Ambrose Singles Dance
will be held at the St. Am-
brose Church Hall on No-
vember 10 and December 15
at 380 S. Federal Highway,
Deerfield Beach from 7:30
to 11 p.m. Cost is $8.00 Call
Rosemary 954-943-7158 or
Barbara 954-426-2434.
At the Parks
Broward County Parks and
Recreation is hosting a K-9
Splash Series, for dogs ages
4 months and up at Castaway
Island at T.Y. Park in Holly-
wood on October 23 and 24;
Paradise Cove at C.B. Smith
Park in Pembroke Pines on
October 30 and 31; Splash
Adventure at Quiet Waters
Park in Deerfield Beach on
November 6 and 7. Admission
is $5 per dog for 50-minute
session, which begins at 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 954-357-
8115.
Clubs
North Broward Democratic


Life, Make-A-Wish and more.
We are happy to provide
space for meetings and events.
Our spaces are gradually
filling up. The second and
third floors are perfect for of-
fice and medical space. We're
thrilled to have just been
selected by Panera Bread as
the location for their South
Florida Corporate Office. Big
Lot recently move in, taking
30,000 square feet of retail
space. Gold Buyers of Amer-
ica is another welcome new
retailer. Family Physicians of
South Florida has beautiful
new offices on the third floor.
It's all good."
Events are a major part of
Katz's job and one she obvi-
ously enjoys. She exudes en-
thusiasm when she talks about
a recent classic car show. "We
had 85 cars inside the prop-
erty. They filled the courtyard
and walkways. We drew
thousands of visitors that day.
We involve our tenants who
get great exposure whenever
we stage an event. On Oct. 3,
Julie Pike of JC Penny opened
the store early so that The
Follies, with their charitable
fund, could purchase $200
wardrobes for 170 under
privileged children. It was
amazing and gratifying to
everyone involved."
See KATZ on page 11


Club hosts Congressman
Ron Klein, Oct. 27, 7:30
p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
Pompano Beach. Call 954-
815-8838.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Senior Citizen's Club
will meet on second Wednes-
day of every month at the
Emma Lou Olson Commu-
nity Center on NE 6t Street
at 10:00 a.m. (need phone
number)
Halloween events
Oct. 30 Pet Halloween,
Oct. 30, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at The Silver Sleigh, 1319
E. Sample Road, Pompano
Beach. Pet photos 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. by Tina Valant.
Donations of $10 benefit the
Florida Humane Society's
new shelter. Call 954-943-
4388.
Pompano Green
Market opens Oct. 30
at 8 a.m. Corner of
East Atlantic
Boulevard and Dixie
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Meetings and
Lighthouse Point
October social
Members and guests of the
Lighthouse Point Chamber
will meet Oct. 20 at the Light-
house Point Yacht & Rac-
quet Club, 2701 NE 42 St.,
Lighthouse Point, at 6 p.m.
Think Pink is the theme of the
evening in honor of Breast
Cancer Awareness month.
All attendees are encouraged
to wear pink. Call 954-942-
7244.

Kiwanis Pumpkin
Patch open
Don't just buy a pumpkin.
Help those less fortunate at
the same time. The Wilton
Manors Kiwanis Club is sell-
ing pumpkins at 1501 NE 26
St., Wilton Manors, at the old
SunTrust bank. Profits support
the charities supported by
the Kiwanis Club of Wilton
Manors, including Horses
and the Handicapped. Find
traditional full size pumpkins,
white pumpkins, pie pump-
kins, gourds, hay bales, corn
stalks, Indian corn, gourds,
carving kits and more. Open
from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday
through Friday. For more, call
954-565-6628.


other events ...


Sounds of Dixie
The Dixieland Jam Session
will be held Sun, Oct. 24., 1
to 4 p.m., presented by the
Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo
Society, or HAGS, at Henry's
Hideaway, located at the
Southeast corner Andrews
Avenue and McNab Road,
Pompano Beach. Admission
is $10. Call 954-563-5390 or
561-394-0269.


Wilton Manors
candidates forum
The three Wilton Manors
neighborhood associations
will present a candidate's
forum with the candidates for
mayor and city commission
of Wilton Manors. The forum
will take place at Hagen Park,
2020 Wilton Drive, on Thurs-
day, Oct. 21 from 7 to 9 p.m.


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Sunday Bible Study: 9 am Sunday Worship: 1Oam & 6pm
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1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
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Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm (Eng.) 6:30 pm (Span.)
Sun. Mass Schedule: 7:30 am (Creole) *9 am (Eng)
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CVS Pharmacy, 1150 NE 26 St Marlee's Diner, 699 S Federal Hwy
Quality Diner, 1417 NE 26 St Bank United, 2201 W Hillsboro Blvd
WM Library, 500 NE 26 St Pier Restaurant, A1A & Beach
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954-785-2437
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10 The Pelican Friday, October 15, 2010


Early voting in Pompano

Beach, Wilton Manors


Pompano Beach and Wilton
Manors are among the 15
Early Voting locations in Bro-
ward County.
Early voting takes place
from Oct. 18 to Oct. 23 and
Oct. 25 to Oct. 30.
Registered voters may vote
at any designated early voting
location through Oct. 30.
In Pompano Beach, regis-
tered voters may cast their
votes at the city commission


chambers, 100 W. Atlantic
Blvd. from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In Wilton Manors, regis-
tered voters may vote at city
hall, 2020 Wilton Drive from
11 a.m to 7 p.m.
On election day, voters
will vote at their designated
precincts.
For information about other
early voting locations, call
954-357-7050.


Downtown Pompano plans unveiled Oct. 27


The Community Redevelop-
ment Agency, or CRA, will
host a third public workshop
Oct. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
E. Pat Larkins Civic Center,
520 MLK Blvd., Pompano
Beach.
Final recommendations
will be presented to the com-
munity for streetscape and
landscape improvements
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Katz


Continued from page 8
Right now, Katz is gear-
ing up for the holidays. With
a performance stage and a
DJ on hand for events, she's
reaching out to the commu-
nity and inviting elementary,
middle and high schools to
showcase their music and art
programs.
On Nov. 6 there will be an
art gallery walk featuring 35
artists, fire throwers, life mu-
sic and more. The stores are
open until 9 p.m. and eager to
cooperate.
Julie's private life
Katz commutes from Hol-
lywood to Citi Centre during
the work week and often on


Saturday and Sunday when
there's an event going on.
\ ly hours are flexible," she
explains, "and that's a good
thing because my husband
Barry and I juggle time to care
for our two children. Blake is
eight and one half. Sydney is
six and one half. Fortunately, I
have a network of girl friends
who also work. We help each
other out all the time. My
kids love to spend time in this
mall. If I let them, they would
spend the day at Game Stop,
Claire's, Coldstone Cream-
ery, and Amato's Italian Grill
for pizza."
Asked if she has any hob-
bies, she giggles and says,
\ly life is my hobby." Before
coming to Citi Centre, Katz
was Marketing Director for


eight years at Cocowalk
Shopping Center in Coco-
nut Grove. She moved on to
become Marketing Direc-
tor for Seminole Hard Rock
Hotel and Casino for their


Seminole Paradise Casino in
Hollywood. Husband Barry is
Director of Sales & Marketing
for Watch-U-Want.
Katz received her award at
Pompano Beach Chamber 's


annual Shining Star Awards
Luncheon, held on Wednes-
day, October 13 at Carrabba's
Italian Grill, 1299 South Fed-
eral Hwy., Pompano Beach.


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summers with her family at
Kanuga.
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by her brother, Benjamin
Hartshorn. She is survived by
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ory, Jr. of Deerfield Beach, FL


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daughter, Margaret 'Magi'
Gregory King and son-in-law,
Jim King of Rutherfordton,
NC; and grandchildren: Isaac,
Benjamin and Leah King; and
Geoff and Jennifer Gregory
and nephews and a niece.
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held Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 10:30
a.m. in the St. Francis Chapel
at Kanuga-Episcopal Con-
ference Center, 130 Kanuga
Chapel Drive, Hendersonville,
NC. Memorials may be made
to: Kanuga Annual Fund, c/o
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a "careless and disorganized
condition."
Loans approved without
IRS returns
State Housing Initiative
Partnership, or SHIP, funds
assist first-time homebuyers.
To meet the requirements,
applicants must submit a
Federal Income Tax Return.
The Kessler report states that
"only a few cases contained
tax returns" and that may have


allowed applicants to "eas-
ily modify their income to
qualify for assistance."
The report added that the
city failed to maintain "wait-
ing lists" for residents who
applied for state and fed-
eral assistance for housing
vouchers and concluded that
"deserving individuals/fami-
lies may not have received the
assistance they needed."
Blanche Ely scholarship
fraud
In 1994, a scholarship
fund was set up for seniors
at Blanche Ely High school.
The report cites that during


this investigation, two boxes
of applications from students
could not be located. The
interim director who took the
place of the previous director,
Richard Bowman, who had
resigned, reported the missing
boxes to BSO. The incident
was deemed a theft.
Jennifer Johnson, a city of-
fice assistant awarded scholar-
ships to two candidates who
were reviewed and declined
by the scholarship committee.
Additionally, two other candi-
dates were awarded scholar-
ships who had "never submit-
ted applications." Johnson has


since been discharged.
Conflicts of interest
The report indicates that
several members of the city's
Community Development
Advisory committee benefited
from their own committee
votes.
Ernestine Price, a member
of several boards that review
and distribute state and fed-
eral funds, approved $39,807
for a program that took place
on her property.
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A housing repair program
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Community Development
Advisory Committee supplied
$38,335.82 to Katie Wi..ilN.
a member of the same board.
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"Wiggins indicates that she
owns no real property other
than her home ... a search of
the Broward County Property
Appraiser's website indicates
she owns another property
in Pompano Beach under the
name of Katie Wiggins-Gar-
rett."
The report adds that Wig-
gins listed her income as
$20,800 from her position
within the Housing Authority
of Pompano Beach. Monthly
income of $674 from the
Social Security Administra-
tion was not mentioned on the
application.
In addition, prices submit-
ted to the repair program
were "inflated" by more
than $5,500 according to the
report.
The report continues.
"When Kessler began to ques-
tion [Daniel Morgan of Sun
Bend Builder, the company
that completed the rehabilita-
tion on the house] about work
done and the prices that were
charged, Morgan began to
laugh and would not answer
questions.
The report questions nu-
merous activities regarding
Ortanique, a housing project
intended to benefit people
within the low to very-low
income brackets. The project
did not meet those require-
ments. Several city employ-
ees were awarded grants and
loans to purchase the homes,
and homes were sold at prices
higher than allowed by HUD
guidelines.
Solutions
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sory committees that "advise"
the city commission on a
regular basis. Appointments
are based on applications that
require little more than resi-
dency in the city.
On Wednesday, commis-
sioners were still reading the
report. Some were shocked
to see their own appointees
listed in the Kessler report.
Mayor Lamar Fisher says
that some kind of screening
should be put in place to help
commissioners make ap-
pointments to the community
advisory committees in the
future.
Copies ot the report will
be turned over to BSO and
the state attorney's office for
further investigation.
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The Brewer family chose
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fundraiser Michael attended
after he was burned. Brewer
was allegedly attacked last
October by four teenagers
who doused him with rubbing
alcohol and set him on fire.
"I can't think of a more
comfortable place for a 16-
year-old to be than with a
bunch of grandmothers and
grandfathers," said Reenie
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She told those in attendance
that, "If we don't stick up for
each other we really won't
survive. We have to watch our
children."
Brewer's birthday
celebration came with all the
usual trimmings, including
cake and presents. Asked
how he felt about celebrating
his birthday at Independence
Hall, "It feels great. I love
everyone here."
The Inverrary Country
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Wilton Manors mayor, commission candidates raise a combined $42,000


By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors In the
race for mayor and three city
commission seats, candidates
have raised a combined
$42,492. For mayor,
incumbent Gary Resnick has
raised $15,125 with former


commissioner Joe Angelo
raising $8,657; including
$1,185 in loans to himself.
Angelo says Resnick is ahead
because he's campaigned
longer. Records show
Angelo's first filed donation
came Sept. 6. Resnick's first
reported contribution was
April 16.


Both men have raised a lot
of money from businesses and
individuals who registered
their donation using an
address outside the city.
But not all the donations,
that appear to have come
from outside donors, came
from outside the city. At
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served a search warrant on
Sunday at the home and
arrested two occupants.
Detectives found the hub of
the pirate station, a small table
with a laptop, cell phone,
audio mixer, two microphones
and a computer attached to
a large antenna on the roof.
The station used the 89.5
frequency on the F\ I dial
and called itself Trap radio.
It interfered with licensed
stations 89.3, a Christian
station, and 89.7, which plays
classical music.
Mikhail Rhodd, a 22-
year-old aspiring rapper on
probation, was charged with
unauthorized transmissions to
or interference with a public
or commercial radio station
licensed by the FCC, a third-
degree felony and violation of
probation.
Maurice Roland, 22, was
arrested for an active capias
for battery out of Miami-
Dade and for obstructing the
execution of a search warrant.
Both were interviewed by
BSO's gang unit detectives
for gang affiliation. Several
people inside the house
were briefly detained but not
arrested.
To report the existence of an
illegal radio station, contact
the FCC at 888-CALL-FCC
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Deerfield Beach -A 12-
year-old Deerfield Beach boy
was critically wounded after a
shooting at a neighbor's house
Monday night.
Broward Sheriff's Office
deputies responded to the
shooting call just before
7:30 p.m. The first deputy
found 12-year-old Anthony
Alejandre, unconscious and
unresponsive, in a bedroom of
the home at 618 NW 1 Way.
Deerfield Beach Fire Rescue
rushed Alejandre to North
Broward Medical Center,
where he was subsequently
airlifted by BSO Air Rescue
to Broward General Medical
Center.
At the time of the shooting,
a family of five husband,
wife and three children were
at the house in addition to the
victim. According to BSO
homicide detectives, the
husband was outside, tending
to yard work, while the wife
was in another room with
the two younger children, an
8-year-old son and 10-year-
old daughter. A 17-year-old
son was also in the house.
Investigators are working
to establish where the gun
came from and pinpoint who
discharged it.
At this time there are no
charges, pending the outcome
of the investigation.


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Pompano Beach A
Pompano Beach mother/son
team was arrested by Broward
Sheriff's Office Detectives in
an undercover operation as
they attempted to sell birth
control pills illegally.
BSO investigators received
information from the Florida
Department of Health in
September about an ad
published in a Brazilian
newspaper announcing
the sale of birth control
medication by an unlicensed
healthcare practitioner.
BSO detectives set up an
undercover operation on
October 6. They called the
phone number in the ad to
schedule a purchase. The man
who answered, later identified
as Roberth Jesus, 24, agreed
to sell packs of birth control
pills for $10 each. The
undercover investigator met
with Jesus at a pre-determined
location and gave him $120
for a year-supply of the birth
control medication "Ciclo
21." Once the transaction was
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vehicle, Celia Pritchard, 44,
into custody.
Jesus told detectives his
mother, Celia, obtained the
birth control medication in
Brazil just days prior.
He does not hold any valid
healthcare license to sell the
pills.
Both were taken into
custody and face charges
including possession with
intent to sell a drug without
a prescription, sell/dispense
a drug without a prescription
and practicing without a
license.
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Finance
Continued from page 17
Manors. Resnick says he's
raised additional money since
the last reports were filed and


has over $10,000 in donations
from within the city. Angelo
says after the new reports
are filed Monday, he'll have
a total of about $14,000 or
$15,000.


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department, says in a city the
size of Wilton Manors the
amount of money candidates
raise is more important than
where they raise it from.
"Small municipal races are
rarely competitive." Holman
adds that "social capital,"
friends of the candidates
and social groups within the
city, also mean a lot in small
municipal races.
In the four-year commission
term race, Commissioner
Scott Newton has raised
$5,110, including $200
in loans to himself;
Commissioner Ted Galatis has
raised $2,785 and Steve Zollo
has raised $4,141, including
$2,000 in loans to himself.
Galatis' donations include
$1,275 from businesses
and individuals outside
the city. Newton's outside
contributions total $235 and
Zollo has received $121 from
outside the city. In the two-
year commission term race,
former commissioner Julie
Carson has brought in $4,024
in contributions with $1,393
coming from outside the
city. Celeste Ellich has raised
$2,650 with $520 coming
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Classifieds


EMPLOYMENT
EXPERIENCED COOK
Needed For Pompano
Beach Restaurant. Good
Pay And Flexible Hours.
Please Fax Resume To 954-
943-7024.

OFFICE CLEANING CO.
Looking For Independent
Cleaners For Broward
County Area. Exp. Office
Cleaners Only. Call Steve
954-540-7204. 1015

MARKETING/SALES
National Firm Expanding.
Looking For 2 Sharp People
Who WantTo Make SERIOUS
MONEY. Please Call 877-212-
8368. 10/22

PART TIME BOOKKEEPER
- Part time bookkeeper/office
assistant needed weekdays
in our Pompano Beach office
for vacation rental company.
Independent contractor w/
flexible hours. Good telephone
skills and strong Quickbooks
knowledge a must. We do
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EMPLOYMENT
NEED TENDER LOVING
CARE? Call Nicole.
Experienced In Child
Care, Elderly Care, Visual
& Hearing Challenged,
Shopping, Light
Housekeeping, Laundry,
Transportation, Meals. 317-
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954-200-5364.

CNA/HHA 4 Years Exp. Is
Seeking Live-in/Live-Out
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Lots Of Experience With
Elderly. Verona 786-303-
0107. 10/15

CHILD CARE SITTING
SERVICES Honest,
Dependable, CPR Certified.
DayOrOvernight. Excellent
References. Artsy & Crafty.
Call 954-764-3339. 10/15

AIDE-20YEARSEXPERIENCE
caring for ill/disabled. Capable of
whatever is required. Sleep in
or hourly. Have car. 954-579-
6563. 10/15


CEMETERY
PLOTS
POMANO BEACH-FOREST
LAWN 2 PREMIUM LOTS
FOR SALE. PLEASE
CALL 863-946-1646 OR
828-263-3269 FOR MORE
INFORMATION.


WANTED TO
RENT
WANTED:2/2APT. Screened
Porch. Pompano Beach,
Lighthouse Pt., Deerfield
Beach. E Of Federal Hwy.
Rent Maximum $1,000/
Mo. Cat Friendly. 954-415-
8383.


SERVICES
HONEST HANDYMAN
- HOME & Building
Maintenance/
Improvements. No Job
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Service. Reasonable Rates.
Local Resident/Homeowner.
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AUTO INTERIORS New
Headliners $125 Seat &
Door Panel Repairs Call
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954-444-0850. 10/22

EMERALD IRISH CLEANING
- Est. 20 Years. English
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Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors. FALL SPECIAL!
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PLUMBING -ALL PHASES
-LEAK REPAIRS- Fixtures,
Fair Pricing. Senior
Discounts. 954-661-6329....
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com. 10/15

NU FINISHES PAINTING.
Interior/Exterior Trim,
Crown Molding, Base,
Doors. Pressure Clean.
Call 954-562-7326 For More
Information. 10/22

ASI SOUTHERN LAWN
MAINTENANCE Provides
Full Landscape Design &
Installation, Architectural
Landscape Design
& Construction. Tree
Trimming & Removal, Full
Lawn Maintenance. One
Time Clean Out. Andrew
954-675-7396.10-29

DISCOUNT CAR SERVICE
- Will Take You To Airports,
Shopping, Sporting Events,
Casinos, Anywhere You
Wish To Go. Lic/Ins.
24/7...954-918-2902. 10/15

COMPUTER REPAIR All
Problems Freezing,
Slowing Down, Viruses,
Crashed. Internet Problems.
We Come To You. Call Ram
954-993-8219. 10/15

FLOORS BY REECE -
Carpet, Tile & Laminate.
Sales & Installations. Why
Pay Retail Prices. Pay A
Fraction Of Cost. Free Shop
At Home Service. Over 25
Yrs Exp. Li/Ins. 954-699-
6401.10/15

CARPET REPAIRS
& INSTALLATIONS
- Restreching, Patching
Holes. Big Discount On
New Carpet. Stain Masters
- Berbers Twist &
Commercial. ShopAt Home
Service. QuickSilver....561 -
305-1996. 10-15

HOME/OFFICE REPAIRS
By State Certified G.C.
Reasonable. CGC025802.
More Information Call 954-
815-1007. C

DANNY BOY ELECTRIC
- Lic & Insured. Lic.
#09CME15700X. No Job Too
Small. Free Estimates. 24/Hr
Service. 954-290-1443. Beat
Any Written Estimate. Sr.
Citizen Discount. 10/22


YOUR OTHER 8 HRS.

Work 8, Other 8, Sleep 8. Are
You Ambitious/Serious?
Extra $500 A Month Of
Interest? Let's SetATimeTo
Show You How. More Info:
Joyce 954-784-8394.


MISC REAL
ESTATE
FOR ALL YOUR REAL
ESTATE NEEDS Call The
International Realtor.
English, French, Spanish,
Greek. Yes We Can Realty.
Yvette Gaussen...954-614-
7773.10/15


HOME RENTALS
POMPANO CHARMING 3/2
w/Billiard Room. C/A,Tile Floors,
Ceiling Fans, Fenced Yard. 600
NE 35 St. Near 1-95 & Federal.
Darci 954-783-3723. 10/29


SEASONAL
RENTALS
POMPANO BEACH Palm-
AireSeasonal.2/2 Furnished
1400 sq ft. Golf Course
View. Washer/Dryer In Unit.
Pool. Cliffandtom@yahoo.
com4pics. $2250/Month. 4
Month Minimum. 954-295-
7017. 10/15


CONDOS FOR
SALE
PALM-AIRE 105 9th FLOOR
2/2 Split King. 1500 + Sq
Ft. Furn + Piano, Upgrades,
New Air, W/D. Extra Large
Kitchen. Must See! $139K
Offers.

#673/2CORNER-SPACIOUS
CHEERY QUIET. Water,
Golf view, Near Pool. New
Upgrades, New Air, W/D,
Furn. Eye Opener. $139K.
Private Sale. 954-895-4596.

DEERFIELD BEACH 2/2
CONDO. Completely
Redone. Porcelain Tile
Floors, Travistine Stone
Walls In Bathrooms.All New
Kitchen, Granite Tops, S.S.
Appliances. Walk To Beach
& Shopping. $105,000. No
Brokers. 631-873-8715. 10-

POMPANO BEACH -
Garden-Aire Village South.
2/2 Furnished Condo. Newly
Remodeled. $175,000. Cell
321-626-1558 Home 423-
586-4136. 10/15


CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH ISLAND
CLUB Totally Furnished
2/2 Corner Apt. 9th Floor.
Beautiful Views. All
Amenities. $1375 Month.
954-785-0177. 10-29

POMPANO BEACH 1
Bedroom 2 Bath Newly
Decorated. Oversized Pool.
Across From Ocean. Yearly
Rental $850 Month. Please
Call 954-942-4848. 8/22

DEERFIELD 1/1 + Den, 1st
Floor, Fresh Paint, Tile
Floors. Large Screened
Patio Overlooking Lake.
$850 Month. Newshott
Realty...954-481-3400.


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POMPANO ISLAND CLUB
- Fantastic 2/2 1st Floor
On Canal With Dock. Gated
Community. 24 Hr Security.
$1200 Month. Susan-Nilsen
Realty 954-732-2038.

POMPANO BEACH E
OF FEDERAL 1/1 Condo
Unfurnished. No Pets. $625
Month Yearly. Please Call
954-263-7129. 10/15

POMPANO BEACH
Furnished 1 BR/1 BACondo.
Ocean Drive On Spanish
River. First Floor, Pool,
Spa, W/D on premises. Easy
Beach Access. Small Dog
O.K. $750 Month. 954-786-
0023.10


APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Pet Friendly. Call
George 954-809-5030.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT E.
OF FEDERAL. Close to
beach, shopping & 1-95.1/1
Apt. Furnished $800 Yrly-
Seasonal $900 (3 Mo Min)
Unfurnished $700. Pool. Call
954-781-8005.11/5

POMPANO GARDENS
Charming One & Two
Bedroom Apts. $795 1/1
$200 Deposit. Nice Area
Minutes To Beach Pets
OK. Keller Williams Realty
Michelle Katz 954-404-
0477. 10/22

POMPANO EOFFEDERAL 1/1
Apts. Walk To Everything. Tiled.
From $650 Month. Please Call
954-254-6325. 10/15

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
NE $650 NW $650 2/1
$750 SW 1/1 $750 2/1
$895 3/2 $1250 2/1 NE
$950 TH $1095 -All FREE
Water. Rent + $70 Mov-U-ln.
954-781-6299.

POMPANO BEACH Furn/
Unfurn. 2/2 1400 sq ft, Golf
CourseView, Washer/Dryer
In Unit, Pool. cliffandtom@
yahoo.com4pics. $1100/Mo.
954-295-7017.


POMPANO UNFURNISHED
AND DEERFIELD Furnished
By The Beach. Well Kept
Buildings With Coin
Laundry, Electric, Cable &
Internet Included. Drfld 1911
SE 8 St. Upscale Apts
From $1195 Month. First &
$500 Security Pompano
- Pool. Petite One Bedroom
First Floor Corner Lots Of
Light-Tile Floors (Pay Own
Electric) $795. Misc Size Eff
Apts With Full Kitchens -
Tile Or Vinyl Floors $695 To
LargestAt $750.412 Sunset
Dr Open Almost Daily #
4, 5,7 &8 All In Process Of
New Paint & Updates-Must
See-OwnerAgent 954-608-
7368. 10-15

POMPANOBEACHTRIPLEX
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Newly
Decorated l Central Air, All
Tile Floors. $850 Per Month.
Call Richie 954-946-0696.

BEST DEAL IN POMPANO
BEACH Large Efficiency
With Kitchen. Laundry &
Pool. No Pets. Weekly,
Monthly, Season Or Yearly.
500' To Beach. Please Call
954-294-8483 Or 248-736-
8483. 10/22

POMPANO BEACH
Unfurnished 1/1 $675
Month; UnfurnishedStudio
$600 Month. Pool, Coin
Laundry. Small Pet OK.
954-907-2258.

POMPANO BEACH 1 & 2
Bedroom From $495. Easy
Move-in. 1/ OFF DEPOSIT.
Remodeled. Great Location.
954-783-1088 For More Info.
11/05


STUDIOS --
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Studio
Apartments-BeachAccess.
$500 To $550 Per Month.
$300 Security Deposit. 6
And 12 Month Lease. 954-
781-7889. 10/22

DEERFIELD BEACH
A1A Live at the beach
off season. Efficiencies
available for $265 weekly,
pay as you go, no deposit
or security, cable, pool,
laundry, wireless. Ocean
Villa 954-427-4608.


Commercial
Space
DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
Office Warehouse. 700 Sq
Ft. A/C In Front. Overhead
Doors In Back. $450 Month +
200 SQ FT Loft For Storage.
561-654-1331 Or 561-998-
5681. 10/29


EUROPEAN
CLEANING
COMPANY
$99 (5-HOURS)
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HOUSES, CONDOS OR
OFFICES.
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NO CONTRACTS,
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ENGLISH SPEAKING LADIES
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POMPANO BEACH Commercial
Office SpacesAvailable. Ranging
From As Low As $500 To $700
Depending On Square Footage.
Please Call Darci At 954-783-
3723. 10/29


BOAT DOCKAGE
POMPANO DEEPWATER
DOCK Off ICW Just N of
Atlantic Blvd. Upto13' beam
x 38', 10 minutes from inlet.
Security, water, electric, new
dock & seawall. No fixed
bridges, no live-aboards,
beautiful setting. 954-942-
2424. 10/1

POMPANO SE CYPRESS
HARBOR To 35ft. Water,
Electric, Whips, Security Lights,
Private. No Traffic, Hurricane
Safe. NO SAIL. $185 Mo. 954-
946-6684. 10/22


WANTED TO BUY
WANTED FURNITURE,
ANTIQUES, Collectibles,
Coins, Partial/Full Estates.
CASH DEALS. Honest &
Reliable. Call Pop 954-494-
0815.10/22


FOR SALE
Drum set, 5 piece, black laquer,
$175, Call Jim 954-647-0700.



LAZYBOY RECLINER -
Swivel, Rocker, Leather
Green, Great Cond., $75.
One Cocktail Table & 2 End
Tables, Glasstop, Bottom
Bronze Metal. Paid $381.57
2 Yrs Ago. Sell For $175.
Must See. Small Colonial
Desk, With Retractable Lid,
Several Drawers, 2 With
Keys-Lock, Great Shape,
Color Cognac, $125. Files
- 2 Drawers, $25. 4 Tires
Nixen 235-60-16, Very Good
Condition $80. Wheel Chair,
Used 3 Months, Chrome, Big
Wheels, Top Of The Line
$150. Pompano 954-876-
0475. 10/15


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Warehouse doesn't fit the scheme of things in Oakland Park, say residents


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PELICAN WRITER
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Oakland Park Boulevard and
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Early Halloween events for young and old |


Oakland Park The City of
Oakland Park and its Leisure
Services department plan
Halloween activities Friday,
Oct. 22, and Saturday, Oct.
23, at Wimberly Field, 4000
NE 3 Ave.
Events on Friday A teen
dance for 11-15-year-olds
is set from 7 to 10 p.m. at
Collins Community Center,
2900 NE Third Ave. Cost: $3.
A Haunted House for the
brave of heart will be open
from 7 to 10 p.m. Cost: $1.
School Board dress code
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On Saturday, a carnival
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Gates open at 5 p.m. for
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Hundreds of thousands
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Weekly Fishing Report: Shark!


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While offshore fishing
this last week, many boats
encountered the very odd Big
Eye Thresher shark.
This was one of the sharks
that was talked about in the
movie Jaws, when they were
sitting around the table in that
scene where they compared
scars. The shark is ominous
looking as it has a 6 to 8 foot
long tail that it uses to kill its
prey. These sharks seem to
make their migration through
here between October and
January. Boats catching
thresher sharks are usually


fishing for swordfish on the
bottom of the ocean in 1800
feet of water. The bite on the
rod is usually
very violent as
the shark has
taken his tail
and batted the
bait with all
of his might.
Unfortunately, RJ Boyle
they are so precise with that
tail that they often get hooked.
Fighting a thresher shark
hooked in the tail is one of
the most laborious things you
can actually do on a fishing
rod. The shark generally takes
long runs and then stops for a
while as you inch him closer.


Just when you thought you
were gaining ground the shark
will then take out 500 yards of
line in a few seconds.
These battles are generally
unforgettable. My daughter
Elli was with me last weekend
when we caught a big
thresher shark on my boat,
the Datsnasty. She has caught
plenty of swordfish since she
was little but to this point had
never scene a thresher shark.
She was so excited to see
one and actually said it was
cute. Get tight, Sucka. Call RJ
Boyle at RJ Boyle Studios,
5040 N. Federal Hwy. in
Lighthouse Point, with your
fishing stories. 954-420-5001.


Other activities at the
Boat Show include marine
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gets young people outdoors to
engage in a healthy, lifelong
activity that enhances their
quality of life and encourages
them to become conservation
stewards. And there are plenty
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Development Program, took
the lead in spearheading the


summit. She pulled together
sponsors, including Fish
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young Floridians how to fish,
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and teaches about the need
for proper catch-and-release.


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Chief
Continued from page I
is not allowable under our
personnel rules or regulations
under the Fair Labor
Standards Act," said Brenda
Clanton, human resources
director.
Regarding the e-mails,
Perez had been allowed
to keep his position if he
completed a sensitivity
training course and as long
as no new information was
revealed. On Monday, Perez


completed an all-day course
as part of his training and
had signed up for another
course at NOVA Southeastern
University.
Asked if the incident with
unauthorized administrative
time off was cause for
Perez's termination, Gallegos
declined to comment. He
cited the separation agreement
in which both the city and
Perez agreed not to make
disparaging remarks about
each other.
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Captain Dorris Seibert will
start serving a seven-day
suspension without pay for
also violating authorized
time sheet procedures and for
sending inappropriate e-mails
through her city account.
Seibert, who was appointed
acting chief of police after
Perez was suspended, will be
replaced as acting chief by
Captain Ed Costello. Seibert
declined to comment.
Perez also declined to
comment.
"We have to rely, and we
should be able to rely, on
department heads to correctly
authorize time sheets," said
Clanton. Perez was Seibert's
department head.
On Tuesday, commissioners
unanimously approved the
separation agreement with
Perez.
Under the agreement,
Perez will get $24,169 from
291.34 unused sick hours
and 143.76 hours of accrued
vacation time. The city
will also pay $1,856 to the
Florida Retirement System
on his behalf. Perez's annual
salary was $115,554. His
employment with the city
officially ends Oct. 18.


"This is in the best interest
of our residents," said Mayor
Gary Resnick at Tuesday's
meeting.
Resident Mike Mayberry
said he preferred the chief be
fired. Former commissioner
Joe Angelo, who agreed told
commissioners they should
hire Rick Wiley as interim
chief. "We need immediate
leadership, at least in the short
term," said Angelo.
Wiley, a former lieutenant
with the WMPD, retired
in August 2008. Leigh
Ann Henderson, assistant
city manager, said the city
is working on finding a
replacement for Perez.
"We have to remember all
the good things he's done for
us," said Gloria Sylvestry, a
police department volunteer.
Commissioner Scott
Newton echoed her
comments, saying Perez
made the police department
a better place. "He did a
very good job. Somewhere
along the way he lost his
way." Perez was hired in
2006 after retiring from
the Fort Lauderdale Police
Department. While he was
chief the department received


its first state accreditation in
July from the commission
for Florida Law Enforcement
Accreditation.


Taste of the

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The 5th Annual Taste of
the Island will take place on
Oct. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at
Richardson Historic Park
and Nature Preserve, 1937
Wilton Drive in Wilton
Manors. Taste of the Island
features some of Broward's
best bars and restaurants and
proceeds will benefit the
Wilton Manors Historical
Society, Wilton Manors Main
Street, Wilton Manors Leisure
Services Department and
the Wilton Manors Kiwanis
Club. Advance tickets will be
available Oct. 1 for $30.00
at Wilton Manors City Hall,
2020, Wilton Drive, Hagen
Park, 2020 Wilton Drive, the
Richard C. Sullivan Public
Library, 500 NE 26 St., and
Barton and Miller Cleaners,
2600 N. Dixie Hwy. Tickets
at the door will be $35.00.
Ticket price includes all food
and beverage at the event.


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FWC
Continued from page 25
how well red drum are
surviving stock-enhancement
efforts by the FWC. NOAA,
or National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration,
allows anglers to check out
rods and reels and encourages
monofilament recycling.
NOAA is also working on a
new ethical angling program.
The Florida Fishing


Academy is a non-profit
organization that provides
fishing-related programs
in 17 schools. The Youth
Environmental Alliance,
which teaches a similar after-
school course, has created its
own materials as well. The
Environmental Conservation
Organization provides
supplemental courses in life
sciences for schools and
fishing clinics for Boy Scouts.
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