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Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: December 10, 2010
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CRA funds

voted for major

redo of Frank's

Ristorante and

PiZZA

By Judy Vik

PELICAN WRITER
Pompano Beach The owner of
Frank s Ristorante and Frank s Pizza
is the latest merchant to benefit from
East Community Redevelopment
Agency incentive programs.
The advisory committee approved
$15,000 for each restaurant from the
Merchant Assistance Program. The
board also approved $40,000 from the
facade incentive program for DiMaria
Properties, LLC, the company that
owns the restaurants and the building.
See CR4 on page 18

South LBTS

Tesidents face



Se we r bills
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
LBTS Residents in the south end
of town can expect to see significant
increases in their sewer rates in Febru-
arv. Commissioners agreed Tuesday to
adopt the same rate structure used mn
Pompano Beach. Second reading and a
public hearing will be in January.
Rates will go up as much as 87 per-
cent for large condo users, 73 percent
for single-family consumers and 66
percent for residents of small multi-

in le in ppo isding swe s wvi e
to Lauderdale-By-The-Sea residents.
The town owns the sewer lines south
See R4TES on page 13


Ten applicants

vie for LHP seat
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER
Lighthouse Point City com-
missioners will likely hold a special
meeting the first of the year to select
a replacement for Chip LaMarca who
was elected to the county commission
in November. They have until January
2 to make their choice from a field of
10 candidates who submitted resumes.
The large turnout pleased Mayor
Fred Schorr who said, "This is what
makes Lighthouse Point so special...
extraordinary talented people are will-
mng to step up."
See C4ADIll4TES on page 11




Pompano's

history

chronicled in

new book by

Dan Hob by
By A S.nne Siren
pELICAN STAF

Pompano
Beach Dan *.
Hobby has led
the Pompano *.*,
Beach Histori-
cal Society and
the Samp e
McDougald House Preserva-
tion Society for the past 10 years as
executive director. And along the way,
he has published five historical books.
Hbby' fifth b ok, "Pop
Be ch: AsHistorroof Pio Ipasnand
Progress," hits the streets today offer-
ing readers this city s 'biography' and
See HOBBT on page 8


Pompano Beach Deerfield Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Wilton Manors Oakland Park Hillsboro Beach


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER
Pompano Beach The city has
$500,000 mn federal stimulus money
to relocate people living in foreclosed
properties, but to date has spent only
about $150,000.
In order to get full use of the fkinds.
$15,000 has to be given away each
month for the next two years, Assis-
tant City Manager Willie Hopkmns said
this week. Failure to spend the money


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the Blue Star Memorial, purchased in 1954 by members of the Pompano Beach Garden Club. The
sign had been lost for more than 50 years and rediscovered one year ago by Joanne Nelson, president
of the Garden Club. The Blue Star Memorial is a tribute to men and women who have and continue
to serve in the armed forces. In attendance are Garden Club State Chaplain Anne Schandelmayer,
District Director Inger Jones, Pompano Beach Vice President Pat Rush, the American Legion Color
Guard, BSO Major William Knowles and others. Traffc was held at bay to honor those lost at Pearl
Harbor. The sign, back at home on South Federal Highway, will be maintained by local garden club
members. [Photo courtesy of the Pompano Beach Garden Club].

Homeless due to fore closure?

Help could be on the way


means it goes back to the federal
government.
So far, Hopkmns said, he has sent
about 2,000 people to the county
for assistance, but only a few have
received the financial aid which is
administered through the Broward
Regional Health Planming Council.
Applicants often don't follow
through because they don t want to
provide the required documentation'
See FUADS on page 13


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Resource Recovery Board


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PELICAN WRITER
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a massive earthquake dev-
astated the Caribbean island
of Haiti killing an estimated
230,000 people and leav-
ing more than one million
homeless. Now an outbreak
of cholera has taken another
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Vice Mayor George Brum-
mer wanted to know if the
city would incur any addi-
tional cost for the concert.
Parks and Recreation Pro-
grams Administrator Mark
Beaudreau replied, "The city
would not incur any cost
and we have checked with
Live Nation, the company
that manages the amphithe-
atre and there is no schedule
conflict. The city can use the
facility and Live Nation will
not get proceeds from the
event."
Chandler's group is hop-
ing to raise $1 million to buy
food and Christmas toys for
residents of the island coun-
try, $200,000 of that figure in
donated goods. The two- day
concert will feature Carib-
bean music, food, Caribbean
art and a gospel concert on
Sunday. Organizers say Pom-
pano Beach is the ideal place
for the event because of its
large Haitian population.
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Haiti relief organization asks city to

donate amphitheatre for benefit concert


This month, South Floridians
may be able to do their part
locally at a musical event at
the Pompano Beach Amphi-
theater.
A West Palm Beach non-
profit organization is plan-
ning a "Feed Haiti Cultural
& Music" event Dec. 18 and
19. Event Organizer Finley
Chandler has asked that the
city cosponsor the event by
donating the amphitheatre
and the cost of cleanup, about
$3,500.
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from selling coffee and hot
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Moreno also credits the
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Beach CRA Micro Enterprise
Business Loan Fund program
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Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Wilton Manors Oakland Park Hillsboro Beach
ESTABLISHED 1993 Volume XVIII, Issue 48 Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Executive Assistant: Mary Hudson
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: John White
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock,
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
Copy editors Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Account Executives:
Paul Shroads, Carolyn Mann, Bill Heaton, Jacqueline Smith
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Fridays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Telephone: 954-783-8700 Fax: 954-783-0093
Letters to the Editor are encouraged and accepted for print if signed, although
a writer's name will be withheld on request; letters must also include a daytime
telephone number. Advertising rates are available upon request. Subscription rate is
$31.80 including tax for one year's delivery in Greater Pompano Beach; $93.80/per
year including tax for others in the United States; call 954-783-8700 for rates abroad.
The Pelican is a nonpartisan newspaper and reserves the right to decline advertising.
Copyright 2010. Reproduction of this publication in whole or in part is prohibited
without written permission of the publisher. The Pelican is a member of the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce, Deerfield Beach Chamber and the LBTS
Chamber. The Pelican is a state certified woman-owned minority business. The Peli-
can is delivered to businesses, libraries, schools, offices, hospitals, news racks and
single family homes. We welcome your critiques and ideas concerning this publica-
tion. Anne Siren

Broward County Property Appraiser Lori Parrish Answers
Your Questions...

"Understanding the "Year Built"

Data on www.bcpa.net!"
Dear Lori:
I received a huge premium increase this year from my insurance company.
After checking with my neighbors, we suspect the company is using data
collected by your website to justify these increases. This is wrong. Is there
anything your office can do to stop them from using this data to justify increases
in premiums?
M.B., Fort Lauderdale
Our office has received a steady stream of complaints from Broward property
owners regarding the erroneous use of the Property Appraiser's projected "Ef-
fective Year Built" by insurance companies, such as Citizens Property Insur-
ance. These companies are using this data to either deny coverage or justify
increased premiums.
We routinely receive complaints from taxpayers wherein the misinterpretation
of ownership and Homestead information on our website has led to denial, or
threat of denial, of insurance coverage.
Although our office uses an "Effective Year Built" to make adjustments to
property assessments for renovations, additions, or improvements, it is in no
way a reflection on how a property would fare in storm conditions, nor does it
necessarily reflect the age of all structures on a parcel.
The "Effective Year Built" merely reflects the overall effective age of all im-
provements, based upon condition, for ad valorem assessment purposes. It is in
no way allirming nor denying whether the roof deck attachment, roof covering,
roof to wall connectors, electrical, plumbing, or any other part of the improve-
ments have or have not been updated to meet current South Florida building
code standards.
The "Actual Year Built" indicated on each property record is intended to be
just as it sounds, the year in which the building was constructed.
While we strive on a daily basis to update and verify the information con-
tained in our system, the fact remains, inaccuracies do exist on some properties
as to "Actual Year Built."
Our office continues to make every effort, with the help of property owners, to
check and correct our information as necessary. However, during this process
insurance companies have relied on this data to cancel policies and raise insur-
ance rates, without seeking any further independent verification.
Because of misuse of the "Effective Year Built" and "Actual Year Built" data
by insurance companies, we now display these years on generic white screens
(without our office logo).
No insurance company or insurance adjuster should use our data in lieu of an
actual on-site inspection and review of actual records to ensure owners are fairly
and fully credited for all eligible deductions.
Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA
If you have a question for Lori, please email her at lori@bcpa.net.


Concentrations of manatees

increase as temperatures drop
Recent cold weather means high numbers of manatees may be concentrated in
warm-water refuges near power plants, rivers and springs throughout the state.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) cautions boat-
ers to be on the lookout for manatees moving into the Intracoastal Waterway
to reach warm-water refuges at power plants and springs. Boaters should slow
down and strictly obey posted speed restrictions in manatee protection zones.
"WYhen the weather changes, large numbers of these mammals move in and
out of warm-water refuges and feeding areas," said Kipp Frohlich, the FWC's
Imperiled Species Section leader. "That's when the greatest danger from boat
strikes occurs. This pattern will repeat itself as winter cold fronts come and go."
The FWC and its law enforcement partners will be increasing patrols and
strictly enforcing manatee-protection-zone speed limits to aid the animals dur-
ing this period when they are most vulnerable to vessel strikes.
To avoid striking manatees, vessel operators should wear polarized sunglasses
to help them spot the creatures in the water; and watch for the large, tell-tale
circular slicks on the surface of the water (manatee footprints) that indicate the
presence of manatees.
For more information on Florida's manatees, visit MyFWC.com/Manatee. To
report an injured or dead manatee, please call the FWC's Wildlife Alert Hotline
at 888-404-FWCC (3922).






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B1@ tuTHOut for BSO Sgt. Brown

tOWH-Wide retirement party
LBTS The Town Commission presented a proclamation to Sgt. Doug
Brown of the Broward Sheriff's Office recog-
nizing him for a career in law enforcement.
Brown, who is retiring, joined BSO in July
1975 and joined the Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Police Department in September 1993. The
department later became part of BSO. He has
been an integral part of the Citizens Observer
Patrol program
The commission declared Nov. 30 Sgt.
Doug Brown Day. A retirement party took
place Nov. 19 at the Village Grille. E


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Friday, December 10, 2010





By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Tom Sheehan loves his community
and proves it over and over again
every year.
He says, "Why wouldn't I? You
give back to the community that
supports you. My family and I have
enjoyed being residents of Lighthouse
Point, or LHP, for 30 years. Our fam-
ily dealership has been in this location
for 45 years. I try to express my grati-
tude for the support the community
has given me by giving back."
Don Lemay, a member of Shee-
han sales team, says, "Tom is a real
benefactor to Parks & Recreation, the
police and fire departments in LHP.
This year he sponsored Youth Flag
Football as part of the GMC national
promotion. That includes the little
ones, ages seven to nine and the big
ones, 10 to 13. He paid for uniforms,
tee shirts and small equipment. And
he presented a $500 donation to John
Trudel, LHP director of parks and
recreation. "
"We're grateful to Tom, and all
of our donors, for the support they
give to this department," Trudel says.
"Whenever I approach Tom with
a need, he always comes through.
Many other donors do the same. This
is a real home town community that
likes to support its youth."
Fire Chief David Donzella echoes
those feelings, saying, "Every year
Tom selflessly holds an event for the
LHP Police and Fire Departments.
He hosts a special luncheon to rec-
ognize an outstanding public servant
from each department and presents
the two honorees with a gift bond.
He's always willing to help out with
Other charities the fire department
might hold. He's a great humanitarian
within the city."
Tom Sheehan is the second genera-
tion to head up Sheehan Autoplex at
2800 North Federal Hwy. in LHP. He
is the son of the founder, Sherwood
Sheehan who opened the dealership in
1967.
Before moving to Florida, the senior
Sheehan owned dealerships in Buffa-
lo, New York. "I began working with
dad when I was five years old," Tom
says with a laugh. "I washed cars and
swept floors, and moved along learn-
ing the business from dad, the best
teacher a young boy could ever have.


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suggestions about people you know
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954-783-8700 to recommend a candi-
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He taught me to treat people the way I
like to be treated, and that's been our
guiding principal since we opened the
business. We thrive on repeat busi-
ness and in our case, it's generations
of repeat business. We are the low
price leader that treats customers with
honesty and integrity. That's why our
slogan is "Sheehan's Believing".
When he was called away, Lemay
told the Pelican a little more about
the Autoplex. "Currently we sell new
Buicks, GMC trucks and Saab. We
also have a large, pre-owned depart-
ment with all brands of cars. The
big trend in this market is fuel econ-
omy and our new models more than
qualify."
"For example," he continued, "our
GMC Terrain SUV has an industry
leading EPA of 32 miles per gallon.
It's selling very well. We have the


largest inventory in the South East re-
gion of our country. In our brands, we
are the largest dealer in the South East,
and we're proud to be industry lead-
ers. The quality of our GM vehicles
has improved so much we are compet-
ing and beating the import market."
At every one of the youth league
games, Lemay drives over a new
Buick or GMC vehicle with a banner.
He says moms and dads are interested
in looking and he's on hand to answer
questions .
Lemay says, "Personal touches like
this have helped to make this deal-
ership a success. It's an advantage
that Tom and I have known our LHP
friends and neighbors for generations.
They trust us and we continue to earn
that trust."
Thank you Tom Sheehan for your
support to your community.
For information, call 954-770-8413.


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Young people

get involved in

city matters
Oakland Park -- The city's Parks
and Leisure Services Department
has created a Youth Advisory Coun-
cil to promote more input into the
city programs.
Residents enrolled in grades 6-12
are invited to submit an applica-
tion to serve on the Youth Advi-
sory Council. Applications may
be picked up on the first floor of
city hall and at Collins Community
Center. They can also be download-
ed from the city's website: www.
oaklandparkfl.org
"We are already planning ahead
for 2011, including our Black His-
tory Month activities for February
and our 54th Annual Youth Day
celebration in March," said Jenna
LaFleur, director of Parks and Lei-
sure Services.Interested teens can
call Steve Mattair at 954-630-4516.
Completed applications are re-
quested by Dec. 17.

AARP Drivers

Safety program
North Broward Drivers can
save money on insurance by com-
pleting the AARP driver safety
program. Cost for the program is
$12 for AARP members and $14
for non-members. Florida mandates
a discount on car insurance with
completion of the course. Programs
will be held on the following dates:
Jan. 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Percy White Library, 837 E. Hills-
boro Blvd., Deerfield Beach. Call
954-784-4878.
Jan. 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center,
1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.
Call 954-784-4878.
Jan. 20, 27 at the NE Focal Point
Center, 227 NW 2 St., Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-725-0918.
Jan. 25, 26, 1 to 4 p.m. at the
Herb Skolnick Center, 800 SW 36
St., Pompano Beach. Call 954-975-
6481.
Jan. 28, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
the Century Plaza Library, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-725-0918.
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About this
time, farmers
were thriving
selling winter

homeownerspefkbu 1
were losing W
their land to
bank foreclo-
sures.
What was a
loss for some
property owners became a
windfall for farmers.
"Land was dirt cheap," says
Hobby. "People were walk-
ing away from their land.
Farmers were able to buy
and consolidate their land for
larger farms."
It was this surge in farm-
ing that led farmers to recruit
workers from North Florida
and South Georgia. "That
changed the population in


Pompano. The
black population
exploded and
Pompano became
a black majority
municipality by
the end of the
'30s even though
a ~the political and
social power re-
a ~mained firmly in
the hands of the
whites," Hobby says.
Today, Pompano Beach's
economy lies not with the
farmer but with tourism. Get-
ting to this place has been a
struggle and Hobby's book
explains it all.
"Pompano Beach: A Histo-
ry of Pioneers and Progress,"
is expected to be available at
this Saturday's Green Mar-
ket, East Atlantic Boulevard
and Dixie Highway, from 8


a.m. to 1 p.m.
It will be discussed at
the December 15th holiday
reception ofthe Pompano
Beach Historical Society
5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Dick
and Miriam Hood Center
217 NE 4 St.
Hobby credits other lo-
cal historians in his research
for this book including Bud
Garner, city historian: Don
Downey, Merrill Pridemore
and Mercerlene Rutledge.
Hobby will sign books that
will be for sale at $34.95
each.
Hobby also authored
"Lighthouse Point: The First
50 Years," "The Pompano
Beach Centennial Journal,"
"Broward County: A Con-
temporary Portrait" and "Fort
Lauderdale," co-authored
with Susan Gillis.
Membership in the Pompa-
no Beach Historical Society
is open to the public. Call
954-782-3015


HbbH
Continued from page 1
160 photographs.
It was Hobbv's fascination
with history tl at led him to
the University of Florida for
a Master of Arts in History
inl973. That degree evolved
into a career as a college
instructor, a position that
brought him to this area when
he joined the ranks of profes-
sors at Broward Community
College in 1979.
"This book is not just one
event after another," Hobby
says. "It's easy finding facts
about history, but it's hard
finding out what they mean."
His point is proven when
he writes about the early '30s
when Florida and the nation
were beginning to climb out
of the Depression.


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Michael Carn, a candidate for
city commissioner for Seat 2
in the March election, is set
for 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 14. The event will be
at Tequila Sunrise Mexican
Restaurant patio.
Carn is president and CEO
of MetroBroward Economic
Development Corp., a small
business lender.
Call 954-826-5685 for more
information on the campaign
event.

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PELICAN STAFF
Tonight dine on live lobster, blue
crabs, crab cakes, clams, mussels,
oysters, shrimp or fresh fish and enjoy
knowing that the family is eating the
freshest, restaurant quality seafood
available for very competitive prices.
This fish company, now owned by
Yannis Diassinos and Brian Gregory
since April of this year, is the largest
state-of-the-art facility in the state of
Florida.
Yannis says, "When we took over,
we upgraded this facility which was
built in 1992. We met USDA, or De-
partment of Agriculture standards and
were approved by HACCP, a safety
program for wholesaler distributors
that meets all of the health standards
and conditions set by the Florida De-
partment of Agriculture and Consumer
Service Division of food safety."
He takes visitors in back to see
the huge tanks in the ground which
can hold up to 50,000 pounds of live
lobsters, explaining, 'WYe receive two
deliveries a week by truck from Bos-
ton plus air shipments from Maine and
Boston. We sell thousands of pounds
a week to wholesalers, restaurants.
supermarkets, hotels and country
clubs. And now we have a retail store
serving the public seven days a week.
offering the freshest seafood and fish
available .
Lobsters vary mn weight from one
pound to 12 pounds.
Yanni says, "I've cooked very large
ones, up to 25 pounders, and they are
tender unless over cooked. We pack
live lobsters in a paper bag, cover with
wet newspaper and they will stay alive
for three to four days. When ready to
prepare, drop in boiling water with a
little sea salt. Cook one pounders for
seven to eight minutes: two pounders
18 minutes. Enjoy with melted butter-
lemon and a glass of wine!i
Blue crabs are the retail store's best
seller at $2.99 a pound.
Following close in popularity are
lobsters and crab cakes. Crab cakes
are made from Maryland crabs plus a
little panko, Coleman's dry mustard,
Old Bay seasoning and a tiny bit of
Hellman's mayo.


cakes. We all love the fresh seafood
here and the friendly staff."
Holger Strutt, the executive chef
at Lobster & Chops, one of Boca's
top restaurants, had this to say about
Maine Lobsters-Live. '1We buy more
than 500 pounds of lobsters every

See LOBSTER on page 16


Friday, December 10, 2010


The Pelican 9


Owners of Maine Lobsters-Live, Brian Gregory and Yanni Diassinos reach
into the tank and capture a 2-pound live Maine lobster for a customer. They're
proud of their state-of-the-art facility, the largest for lobster in the state. Maine
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Briefs

Deerfield Beach

District 2 Clean

Up Day

Community Reaching Youth
Inc, or CRY,. and Centro Cristiano
have partnered to Clean Up District
2 on Saturday, December 11, 2010
from 8 a.m. 12 noon. Clean up
teams of young people will be de-
ployed throughout District 2 along
Dixie Highway, Martin Luther
King, Jr. Avenue, and Hillsboro
Blvd. The teams will be removing
trash and debris, and will showcase
young people doing positive work
within our community.
Volunteers and donations of trash
bags, gloves and water is needed.
If you have any additional ques-
tions please feel free to contact
CRY at 954 708 4562 or email at
cryforyouth@aol. com.

BSO Santa

arrives by

h l* counter at

G alu pi's 12/16
Santa Claus will be arriving
via Broward County Sheriff's
Helicopter on the Pompano Beach
golf course lawn in view of the
outdoor patio area of Galuppi's
Restaurant at 1103 N. Federal
Highway on Thursday, Dec. 16.
The helicopter is expected to be
touching down at approximately 5
p.m. Children are invited to watch
Santa's arrival then visit with him
on the patio from 5 to 8 p.m.
Parents are encouraged to bring
cameras for photos with Santa
along with one un-wrapped toy
for the Toy Drive to benefit some
of the needy children throughout
the Pompano Beach community.
Galuppi's will offer "Kid's Eat
Free" with the purchase of an adult
entree.
Call 954-785-0226.


The cook says customers just need
to heat and enjoy.
James Mancini, owner of a neigh-
boring store Dixie Guns & Amo, was
shopping the retail store when this
interview took place.
"Once or twice a week, I treat my
staff," he says. "I vary my purchase
between shrimp, lobster and crab


POmpano Holiday Book Fair Dec. 10, 11
Pompano Beach Friends of the Library will host a Holiday Book Fair, Dec.
10, 11 at the Pompano Beach Library, 1213 E. Atlantic Blvd. from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m.
The fair will meclude paperbacks and hardcovers and special theme-gift boxes
of books. Titles will range form New York Times Best Sellers to teen favorites,
CDs, tapes and holiday books.
Friends members will receive one free book. Friends membership sign-up
information will also be available. Call 954-786-2181.



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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER

Pompano Beach Building
officials are taking a hard look
at the city's permitting pro-
cedures and intend to greatly
streamline the process. That
was the message given build-
ers and developers last week
by Director of Development
Services Robin Bird. Eventu-
ally, Bird told them, with the
addition of new technology,
'You won't have to come to
city hall. It will all (permit-
ting) be on line."
His second message to


review, do research, arrange
for concurrent reviews and
operate a pickup and delivery
service .
Computers have been
installed that allow builders
to pay permit fees with credit
cards and a scanner has been
purchased that will enable
builders to make copies of
their drawings that can be
distributed concurrently to
the various permitting depart-
ments. Eventually Bird said,
builders will be able to make
all their payments offsite.
"Hopefully, we will be able to
move into the 21st Century."
Bird has also brought Bro-
ward County Building Depart-
ment records in-house making
plan review more convenient
for people whose homes are in
See PERM7TS on page 12


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach A two-
year process to upgrade the
town's aging water plant took
a positive turn this week. The
water use permit, which had
expired 12 years ago, was
reinstated and a $5.2 million
loan to rebuild the plant was
obtained through Bank of
America at an interest rate of
1.6 percent. Next step is for
the town to bid the contract.
"WYe couldn't go forward
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way to shorten the process
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Easing the permitting pro-
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incentives set forth by Mayor
Lamar Fisher's Task Force, a
nine-member committee that
met last year to create a local
stimulus package. "More de-
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the Mayor said. "And we will
not tolerate our employees not
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Several moves to streamline
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tants CH2Hill wrote and the
town passed a conservation
ordinance and restructured
its water rates to meet South
Florida Water Management
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In celebration, the mayor
ordered a pizza lunch for the
commission. "I have been
working on this since I be-
came mayor," McGarry said.
Progress was also made on
the town's other major proj-
ect, restoration of the beach
on the north end oftown.
Financing for the $6 million


project will be validated by
the court in December. Great
Lakes was contracted to do
the dredging. According to
consultant John Studt, the
Department of Environmental
Protection will issue permits
on Dec. 15. Restoration could
begin in January.
In other action, the commis-
sion voted to issue a request
for proposal to outsource ac-
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around here know her as the
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up where they are being enter-
tained with an assortment of
the little plush animals which
she distributes with a big
smile .
At holiday time, she's likely
to turn up as Santa's Helper,
giving Beanie Babies to
children as they climb down
from the big guy's knee. Her
most recent give-away was
at Deerfield's tree lighting
ceremony where hundreds of
kids came to city hall to talk
to Santa. Each came home
with a Beanie Baby.
Interior designer Maureen
Kenny didn't intend to own
such a large collection of the
once insanely-desired toy. She
sold collectibles from a shop
at the historic Butler House
in the late '90s when stuffed
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So she ordered lots of them
and when she closed the shop,
Ty Industries just kept send-
ing her more.
She won't reveal an exact
count of what she has in safe
storage, but it's well into
the hundreds and no matter
how many she gives away,
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"n teatenfh member Th s-


comnit coIg of rcal Joe
DeBuvitz, retired businessman
Larry Knight, human resources
director for Bacardi USA Inc.
Mark Maki, former president
of Bridge Trading Scott Marsh,
retired radiologist William
Stiehm, political activist Lisa
Rask, automotive fleet manager
Ron Melchiorre, former Merrill
Lynch vice president Glenn
Fuller and former newspaper
editor Earl Maucher.


Candidates
Continuedfowmpagel

Whoever is selected by
the remaining four commis-
sioners will serve only two
months, January and Febru-
ary. The city has a commis-
sion election in March and
commission stipulated that
the temporary commissioner
not become a candidate.The
commission meets Tuesday,
Dec. 14 and will likely set
a plan of action for appoint-


charitable organization will
buy them in big lots at a
greatly reduced price and
give them away to children
in need or ill, or as prizes for
achievement. She regularly
delivers dozens to the Chris
Evert Children's Hospital
in Fort Lauderdale and St.
Ambrose Church and a local
school assigns a Beanie Baby
to students as a 'homework
buddy.'
Kenny's Beanie's are in
mint condition still boxed, un-
touched by little hands. When
they first appeared on the
market as collectibles, chil-
dren were urged to put them
on a shelf and not to play with
them but today Kenny says
"they should be enjoyed." She
points outs that the current
crop of pre-schoolers missed


the initial craze, but are still
attracted to the toy. "The little
ones still love them. They are
small and cuddly," She said.
Her collection of Beanie
produced from 1992-97
can't be found in stores. She
has saved a few of the most
sought-after, the rhino, the
fox and a Princess Di Bear.
Kenny will take some Bean-
ies along with other collect-
ibles, the Byer's Choice and
Daddy's Longlegs dolls, to
the Miami Beach Convention
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cially when the RRB attorney
says it is not consequential to
us what the prior contractor
made, that that's none of our
business. We wouldn't enter a
private business deal with-
out examining these issues. I
guess (you're saying ) govem-
ment has to. I don't accept
that."
Following her remarks, all
the commissioners agreed that
staff should look for other
options.

Permi1tS
Continued from page 10

the annexed area of Pompano
Beach. That information is
being digitized.
Bird's department is already
a leader in site plan review
and has been for 20 years. "I
believe we have the fastest
site plan approval process in
Broward County, 120 days if
the paperwork is all together,'
he said.
Bird said this week he is
accepting names from build-
ers who want to be on a task
force that will continue to
make suggestions and monitor
the department's progress. He
will take as many volunteers
as a small conference room
can hold, which is 10 to 14.
"The more the better," he said.
In six months, he intends to
hold another builders' forum
to get feedback on the im-
provements that have been put
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posal or disposal of hazardous
waste. Every city that signs
the agreement will have a seat
on the new board. "It will be
in your hands, and no longer
county-run," Steinfeld said.
'1We believe this is the best
price you will find."
Wheelabrator, which owns
the two incinerators in the
county, is also party to the
new agreement. Spadaccia
said, "For 20 years you have
been dealing with a system
that works. The landfill is
passe. Waste-to-energy is the
theme of the future. Environ-
mental sustainability is the
theme of today. This is a sys-
tem. It's not a pig in a poke.
What you have is certainly not
broken. It's proven its worth
to Broward County."
Then it was the commis-
sion's tumn. Scot Sasser asked


why tipping fees went up this
year. Steinfeld said fees auto-
matically went up each year
to pay off the bonds that built
the incinerator. Sasser asked
if there are price guarantees
in the agreement going for-
ward. Steinfeld said the fees
are based on the Consumer
Price Index, no more than
five percent and no less than
one percent a year. He said
expenses will be controlled by
the municipalities.
Spadaccia said he didn't
think anyone else could offer
what Wheelabrator offers
with its proven track record.
"There's no other place
in Broward County to go.
(Waste) would have to be
trucked to central Florida,"
Vice Mayor Stuart Dodd
said he was a bit puzzled,
noting, "However good the
intentions of the ILA were,
the ILA created a govemmen-
tal problem where the charges
aren't reflective ofthe costs."
As a result of the agreement,
Dodd said, municipalities
were required to pay $100 a
ton for solid waste removal
when the cost should have
been around $47 a ton. "My


backup shows Wheelabrator
made $185 million in rev-
enues for a 59.5 percent retum
on equity. The return is colos-
sal. You don't fill me with
a lot of confidence. I don't
see why I should enter into a
similar agreement."
Steinfeld said he couldn't
speak to the profit made
by Wheelabrator, a private
company. "But we got a better
rate for LBTS than you can
get trucking waste to central
Florida," he said.
Clearly frustrated, Town
Manager Connie Hoffmnann
weighed in next.
"For 25 years, the ILA has
been terrible for the cities.
Those that stayed out of the
agreement paid tens of mil-
lions less for disposal of their
garbage. That fact is being
ignored," she said. "The vice
mayor is right on. Enormous
amounts of money have been
made on the backs of these
cities. Now you're telling us
that the people who brought
you that terrible deal have
a better deal? Excuse me if
some of us are a little jaded or
cynical about your ability to
negotiate a better rate, espe-


Continued from page 3

trol moves from the county
to the municipalities. He ~
said the best thing about the
new agreement is the price,
noting that the town can save
$268,000 annually with the
RRB. ~
The RRB provides incinera-
tor facilities, transfer stations,
a landfill, material recovery
and other collection programs.
The system is funded through
incinerator tipping fees paid
by the customers. Tipping
fees, now $99 a ton, will be
reduced to around $60 a ton in
the new agreement, Steinfeld
said. The municipalities will
decide which other programs
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have the staff to do that."
Hopkins said the applica-
tion process "Is fairly easy"
but a phone call to 211,
Broward's helpline and the
number applicants must
first call, did not go quickly.
When someone did answer,
the call was forwarded to
someone else who referred
this reporter to someone else
- who was unavailable.
HUD funds can help
buyers of rehabbed
homes
The city also received
stimulus money from the
Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD)
to rehab homes in the target
areas of Cresthaven and
the Highlands. Some $4.3
million was granted for the


Neighborhood Stabilization
Program (NSP) and to date
26 homes have been reno-
vated. Sixteen of them are
under contract. The city's
website shows a listing of
available properties which
go at bargain prices because
HUD does not allow the
city to make a profit on the
resales.
The homes are offered
to individuals with low to
moderate incomes. For in-
stance, a family of four with
an income of $91,800 would
be eligible for a NSP home
and could receive up to
$55,000 to help them make
the purchase. As with any
financial transaction, the
paperwork can be daunting.


by the rate change.
Here is a sampling of the
average increases in monthly
sewer bills:
Single-family home: Cur-
rent bill of $22.60 increases to
$39.11.
Condominium with 15
units: Current rate of $19.05
increases to $31.55.
Condominium with 100
units: With a 4-inch meter and
500,000 gallons of water use,
the condo currently pays a
monthly sewer bill of $16.90
per unit. New charges put that
figure at $31.56 per unit.
The new rates add about
$16,700 to the sewer fund bal-
ance this fiscal year and more
than $100,000 next year.
The sewer infrastructure
in the south end of town is
over 40 years old. Still to
be determined is the cost to
repair or replace parts of the
system. The sewer fund had
about $1.5 million at the end
of this fiscal year and will
have $1.6 million next year.
"That's adequate to replace
the system," Hoffmnann said.
"This is something handed
down to this commission. We
had a $391,500 operating loss
in the sewer fund," said Com-
missioner Chris Vincent. "It's
essential we're prepared to
protect the town's assets."
Residents affected by the
change in rates will be noti-
fled by postcard in January.


Continued from page 1

Hopkins said.
Now, because all cities are
having trouble dispensing
the Homeless Prevention
and Rapid Rehousing Pro-
gram, or HPRP, funds, the
federal government is easing
some of the restrictions
which may make it easier to
be successful applicant, he

A successful case involved
six families, one a mother
and her newborn, living in
a foreclosed property. With
the help of the HPRP, all of
them were relocated, "I am
sorry we couldn't administer
the grant from here, "Hop-
kmns said, "But we just don't


Continued from page 1
of Pine Avenue and Fort
Lauderdale is contracted to
handle the billing. Pompano
Beach owns sewer lines in the
north end of town and bills
residents directly. A Master
Sewer Agreement with Pom-
pano Beach covers the cost
of transporting sewage to a
treatment plant and the cost of
treatment.
The new rates bring the
town in line with what Pom-
pano is charging its custom-
ers. Rates for the south end
have not been raised since
2004 and the system operates
at a deficit.
"You asked us to eliminate
the operating loss in the sewer
fund in the current fiscal year
and start to restore funds,"
Town Manager Connie
Hoffmann said. "The simplest
way is to adopt the Pompano
Beach rate structure."
Pompano Beach uses a base
charge per household or com-
mercial unit rather than charge
by meter size as the town
does. Single-family and du-
plex households don't receive
an allowance of 2,000 gal-
lons in the base rate, as they
do with LBTS rates, and the
volumetric flow rate is higher
in Pompano, $3.46 versus. $3
in LBTS.
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lobsters, to China and Eu-
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Airlines, Yanni says, "We ship
thousands of pounds every
week.
The inspector from the U.S.
Department of Commerce was
on hand to check an outgo-
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pounds. Jairo Flores explains,
'WYe check the actual lobsters
bemng shipped for activity,
size and general health which
includes no weird pigmenta-
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The word frozen is not in
this company's vocabulary.
"WYhy freeze when you can
buy it live or fresh every
day?" Yanni asks and goes
on to describe how to prepare
fish. "Don't overcook fish.
Season with fresh lemon, sea
salt and pepper, a little virgin
obive oil and cook."
Asked about the success
of the retail store open to the
public, the owner says, "In
the short time we're here'
we have a growing loyal
customer base and lots of


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new friends every day. We're
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or to be enjoyed at parties and
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CRA
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The East CRA has
$1.25 million to
improve commercial
properties along East
Atlantic Avenue,
according to Adrian
Esteban, coordina-
tor of CRA incentive
programs.

Among improvements
planned are new awnings,
railings, doors and windows
with an emphasis on outdoor
dining. Windows will be
opened to the north to provide
for outdoor service. Sidewalks
will be expanded.
Owner Frank DiMaria plans
to spend nearly $62,000 of his
own funds on the improve-
ments .
Sandra Von Staden, com-
mittee vice chair, asked about
plans for the rest of the build-
ing. "It would feel good if we
had a proposal for the whole
building," she said.
Kim Briesemeister, co-CRA
executive director, said that
while "that sounds good in
theory, it's a large building,
and it's not abnormal to have
a property owner start with his
own business. It's likely other
businesses will choose to take
part. It's a substantial commit-
ment for these two."
"This is phenomenal," said
board member Rafael Katz.
"The owner is putting a sig-
nificant amount of skin in the
game. We should encourage
those with skin in the game.
Let's not require a future com-
mitment."
Recently, 11-L Pompano
LLC, owner of the building
occupied by Christina's and
Checkers restaurants received
$60,000 in rehab funds from
the East CRA.
The East CRA has $1.25
million to improve com-
mercial properties along East
Atlantic Avenue, according to
Adrian Esteban, coordinator
of CRA incentive programs.
The incentives are limited
to the following activities:
reconfiguring design and re-
merchandising an occupied
space, advising restaurant
operators in advertising, mar-
keting, promotion, sales and
service techniques and other
related tools, and stimulating
sales for business retention
purposes.
The Facade & Business
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encourages enhancement of
existing business sites through
exterior improvements.
The program is open
through April 31, 2011 to ex-
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with property addresses on
Atlantic Boulevard.


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DEERFIELD BEACH
- The city's recycling division
is asking residents to make an
early New Year's resolution to
recycle more so that the 2012
goal of recycling 40 percent


of solid waste is met. With
the multitude of recycling
opportunities offered in
the city, it can be done said
recycling specialist Cheryl
Miller.


During the holidays, it's
inevitable that mounds of
cardboard, Styrofoam and
plastic wrap will be generated
but these materials are can be
easily recycled..


Cardboard
All cardboard must be
flattened regardless of the
size.
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should be placed in your


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Large empty cardboard
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recycling .
Styrofoam and mixed
plastics
A recycling program for
Styrofoam, mixed plastics
and plastic wrap has just been
implemented in Deerfield
Beach.
These materials can be
dropped off at the Residential
Recycling Drop-Off Center,
located at 401 SW 4th Street
in Deerfield Beach. Hours
are 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m., Mon.-
Fri., and 7:30 a..m. noon on
Saturday.
At this time, these items
cannot be accepted in your
curbside bins or apartment
recycling carts.
Mixed plastics include
unusable damaged plastic
tovs, broken laundry baskets,
plastic flower pots, and most
hard rigid plastics. Please
continue to place plastic
screw top bottles & jugs in the
curbside bin.
Miller reminds residents
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impact on our planet and by
thinking of materials as a
resource with value instead of
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the Cyclist You
Love?
What's the perfect
Christmas gift for your
loved one who happens to
be a cyclist? It's a bright
yellow cycling jersey with
a message on the back that
remmnds motorists to give
their loved ones at least 3
feet clearance when passing
from the rear.
It's called the "3 Feet
Please" jersey, and it is part
of a safe cycling campaign
created by cyclist Joe
Mizereck of Tallahassee,
Florida. After a few
close calls with vehicles,
Mizereck decided he had
to do something to help
motorists understand the
minimum distance to safely
pass a cyclist--at least 3
feet, please.
Mizereck said, "I knew
of the law here in Florida
that requires motorists to
give cyclists at least 3 feet
clearance when overtaking,
so I decided what better
place to put a bold, clear,
yet polite reminder than
right smack on the back of
my jersey."
Florida is one of 18
states that have adopted "3
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a handful of cities have .
adopted similar language in
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Interesting thing'
Mizereck adds, "People
are buying this jersey in

See Jersev on page 25


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consistently providing great
food to hungry locals.
Building on this success,
owner Steve Wilson and
business partner Ariel Ayala
decided to open a second
restaurant on Federal Hwy
just north of Sunrise Blvd.
"We have the same great
menu as our Pompano
location with a few extra
surprises," says Wilson during
the grand inauguration ofthe
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patio.
The mayors of Ft-
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and Lighthouse Point were
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patio," says Wilson.
"We couldn't be here
without the support of our
customers. The feedback we
receive helps us improve
continuously," adds the
friendly restaurateur.
"We also have great new
late night menu for our patio
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owner Ayala as he welcomes
friends and guests to his new
business venture.
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blue peppercorn burger,
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Deerfield Beach Shelbv's
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Food" series with Chief Tom
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made the shore because of it's
outrageous pancake, a 24-inch
flapjack topped with eggs,
bacon, homefries, sausage
patties and served with toast.
According the owner Erik
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December 11, 1 a.m. and Dec.
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chef opens the shore in San
Antonio, Tex., where two
diners compete to eat a seven-
pound burrito in just one
hour at Marianito's Extreme
Tex-Mex Grill. Then it's on
to Fort Worth where a chuck
wagon dinner features part
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JerseV
Continued fom page 22
all states and even other
countries and a good
number of those who
are doing the buying are
cyclists' loved ones who
want to keep their cyclists
safe ."
Motorists driving large
vehicles, like trucks and
recreational vehicles, going
at higher speeds should
give even more space as
they pass a cyclist. "Most
motorists are courteous,
Mizereck says, "But there
are a large number of
motorists who just don't
get it. They don't get the
fear that sweeps over us as
they pass within inches of
our bodies. And they don't
get how hitting us would
change lives---theirs, ours
and our families." The
key thing for motorists to
remember if they come upon
a cyclist from the rear and
cannot give at least 3 feet
clearance to pass the cyclist,
is to wait until they can.
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"Cyclists reporting back to
me believe more motorists
are giving them more space
more often." So, yes it is
working. Motorists are
responding and cyclists'
lives are being saved. And,
"That," says Mizereck, "is
what it is all about--saving
hives."
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Band from St. Mark's Episcopal School in Oakland Park marches in parade at
'Christmas by the Sea' celebration Wednesday evening in downtown Lauderdale-
By- The-Sea. (Staff photos by Judy Vik)


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Vice Mayor Stuart Dodd waves to the
crowd along Commercial Boulevard,
driven in parade by his wife.


LBTS Mavor Roseann Minnet arrives on motorcycle.


LBTS Commissioner Scot Sasser


Nicole Dos Santos, 4, of Pompano
Beach dressed for the cool weather
for holiday festivities. She's with her
mom, Catia.


Members of Northeast High School
Band from Oakland Park file by specta-
tors after the parade.


Visiting family from Murrysville, Pa.,
enjoy a visit ivith Santa. They are Dan
and Cristin Gorajczkv ivith Keegan, 4,
and Kendal, 1-1/2.


IVito Chiarello rings the bell donations
for the Salvation Army.





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Beach Long Term Weekly,
Monthly, Seasonal. WeHl Kept
Apartments, Efficiencies &
Rooms. Heated Pool. WI-FI,
Cable, BBQ, Laundry. 300'
To Beach. No Pets. 954-943-
3020.

DEERFIELD BEACH/BOCA
RATON -- $169 Weekly &
Up -- $39 Daily & Up -- $599
Monthly & Up. Furnished
Studio's Utilities Paid. CaHl
954-783-1324. 12-17


ROOM FOR
RENT

SHARE HOME -Furnished,
Own Bath, Phone, Cable,
Internet, Laundry, Kitchen, House
Privileges, Pool. $100 Weekly,
Utilities Included. Jack 954-240-
6130. 12-10



See CLASSIFIED 4DS on
page 30


"Great for visiting
friends and famiy
Walk to the beach,


9 199,00
What a Buy! This fantastic properly has direct ocean views, heated ocean
front pool,exercise room, 24hr.security, low maintenance fees, walk to pier,
restaurants, & shops. Co-op with no foreclosures or short sales. Do not let
this opportunity pass you by. Call me for more details & your private showing.


HOME RENTALS

PO AIPANO BEACH
CHARMING 3 1 Home. $1100
Per Month. 620 NE 35 Street. Call
Darci 954-783-3773 17-74


SEASONAL
RENTALS

POMPANO BEACH Island
Club 2/2 9th Floor Corner
Apt. Great Views. Nicely
Furnished. All Amenities.
$2000/Month. Please CaHl954-
785-0177. 12-10


ROOMMATE S

PROFESSIONAL FEMALE
in her 50's Looking to Share
YOUR Condo on Beach.
Female as WeHl, Non Smoker,
Kind, Quiet, Neat. Please CaH
Me at 954-785-6168. 12-10


CONDOS FOR
SALE

PALM-AIRE 105 9th FLOOR
2/2 Split King. 1500 + Sq
Ft. Furn + Piano, Upgrades,
New Air, W/D. Country Large
Kitchen.. Exceptional! $139K
Offers.

#6 7- -- 3 /2 CORNER
SPACIOUS CHEERY
QUIET. Water, Golf view,
Near Pool. New Upgrades,
New Air, W/D, Furn. $139K.
Open To AHl Offers. 954-895-
4596. 12-24

FORT LAUDERDALE 1 1
CONDO-A-1-A & Oakland Park
Blvd. 1 Block To Beach. Owner
Agent Financed. $150K-Make
Reasonable Offer. 954-401-4319.
12-10

LAUDERDALE BY THE
SEA- Spectacular Oceanfront
1500 Sq Ft 2/2 Apt. Granite
Kitchen & Baths. Hurricane
Impact Windows & Doors.
Newly Remodeled. Reduced!
$450K. Please Call 954-941-
4242. 12-24


EMPLOYMENT

BECOME A CERTIFIED
Professional Life Coach In 4
Days/16 Hours. CaHl For More
Information 954-478-3516
Or E-mail lifecoachclassesti, !
gmail.com. New Life Coach
Academy. 12-10


Hurricane Shutters & Doors.
Installation & Sales. State
License RR282811778. Call
For More Information 954-
323-8989. 12-17


- rescreenmng, screen repair,
windows, doors & patio
screening. No job too small.
954-572-8164. 12/24

FREE COMPUTER REPAIR
ESTIMATES In Your Home
OrOffice. 25Years Experience'
Nine ComputerCertifications.
CaHlBill 954-449-3681. 12-24

DUMP TRUCK GOT JUNK?
Cleanups, Trees/Landscape,
Yard Fill. Paint/Press
Wash. Roofs/Home Repairs
- Welding, Etc. Dave 954-818-
9538. 12-10

VISION ELECTRIC INC -
Licensed/Insured. Unbeatable
Prices! No Job Too Small!
#EC13002184- CaHl954-274-
4513. 12-31

ABLE BODIED RETIRED
WIDOWER. Can Run
Errands. Doctor's Visit.
Airport And Delivery. Days,
Evenings And Weekends. 954-
486-0060. 12-17

CLEANING SPECIAL
- EXCELLENT WORK.
Trustworthy!! Top References.
3 Hours $50. Each Additional
Hour $15. English Speaking.
Call Becky 954-729-0834.
12-10

CAPTAIN SERVICES By

The s u, Da Or Trip. Te k
Vansig. Wie nge O
Dock & Boat Repair. Bring
Your Boat Back To Life! 808-
864-9376, 12-10


SERVICES

HONEST HANDYMAN
- HO 4E & B uil din g
Alaintenance/Improvements.
NoJob Too Smal. FastFriendly
Service. Reasonable Rates.
Local Resident/Homeowner.
Call Today For Your Free
Upfront Quote. No Deposit
Required. 754-366-1915. 12-
lo

PLUMBING -ALL PHASES
- Leak Repairs, Fixtures, Fair

"rcig _Sen~ior Disquoudi .
rocketmail.com. 12-10

SPOTPONDTREESERVICE
INC. Lic/Ins. Est 1979.
Removal, Pruning, Stump
Grinding, Planting, Coconut
Cleaning. 800-952-2998.www.
spotpondtreeservice.com. 12-
17 BOX BOLD

EMERALD IRISH
CLEANING Est 20 Yrs.
English Speaking. Cleaning
Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors. HOLIDAY SPECIAL!
3 Hrs $55. 4 Hrs $70.
Service Guaranteed. www.
emeraldirishcleaning.com.
954-524-3161. 12-17


APTS FOR RENT

DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FORRENT. Remodeled, Paint,
Tile, Etc. W & D On Site. Pool.
Pet Friendly. CaHl George 954-
809-5030. 12-17

PO IPA NO BEACH
UNFURNISHED Studio Apt.
FuHlKitchen. Pool &Laundry.
$565 Month-Water Included.
CaHl954-907-2258. 12-10

POMPANO BEACH E Of
Federal Hwy. 1 1 And 2 2
Apartments. WalkTo Everything.
Tiled. Please Call 954-254-
6325. 1-7

POMPANO GARDENS -$795
- 1/1 $200 Deposit. Nice Area
- Minutes To Beach Pet OK.
Please CaH 954-515-2554. 12-

POMPANO BEACH -
Intercoastal, 1 Block From
Beach, Beautiful Lush
H waterfront Setting With Pool,
BBQ, Laundry. 1 BR $950, EZ
Immediate Move-in Terms!
954-270-0878. 12-31

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 NE
$650 NH $650 2/1 $750
- SH1/1 $750 -2/1 $895- 3/2
$1250-2/1 NE $950-TH $1095
-AHlFREE Water. Rent +$70
Mov-U-In. 954-781-6299.

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 248-736-1533. 12-17


Beach --


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POMPANO CONDO WAREHOUSE
- 2200 Sq Ft. Toilet, Sink & Office
Space. $1300 Month. Faye -Balistreri
Realty. 954-303-9249. 12-17

1 MONTH FREE- Rent Office Spaces
234 Sq Ft To 668 Sq Ft. Oakland Park.
954-261-0679 Ken Clarke Lic RE
Broker. 12-17

BOATS FOR SALE
2000 21' LOGIC Center Console,
175 Yamaha HPDI. Runs Great.
FuHl Canvas. Fishing Machine With
Trailer. $11,500. Pompano 954-573-
3049. 12-10


DOCK FOR RENT
POMPANO S.E. CYPRESS HARBOR
-TO35 Ft. Water, Electric, Whips, Security
Lights, Private. No Traffic, Hurricane Safe.
NO S ATT,. 954-946-6684 12-10

FOR SALE
Drum set, piece, black lacquer, $175, Call
Tim 954-647-0700
HUGE SAVINGS 33% Off Retail.
Shop With Us This Christmas For
Your Electronics. www.onethirdoff.
com. 12-10


ESTATE SALE EVERYTHING
Must Go! Knife Collection, Table Saw,
Generator,5Tools, FurnitureAnd More.


WANTED TO BUY
BUY PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
-Almost Any Artist In Good Condition.
Also Record Players & High End Audio.
Curt 954-610-1973. 12-10


Call The Pelican to
place your classified
ad. Call 9540783-87oo.


Continued fran page 29



COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH Retail Office
Warehouse. 700 Sq Ft. A/C In Front.
OvredDoors In Back. $450 Month+
20SQ FT Loft For Storage. 561-654-
1331 Or 561-998-5681. 12-24


Medical



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Be gllS the

Holiday

Season
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Brolvard Health North
Brolvard Medical Center
recently held its annual
Menorah Lighting
Ceremony to celebrate
Hanukah. Young Israel of
Deerfield Beach synagogue
member Sol Rosen, who
played an integral part in
the establishment of the
hospital's Sabbath Room,
introduced the rabbi and
thanked North Brolvard
Medical Center profusely
for its respect and dedication
to the Jewish faith. Nearly

etrosqpnment andkohe
refreshments after the
ceremony.
"This ceremony marks
the beginning of the holiday
season for us at North
Brolvard Medical Center,"
said Pauline Grant, CEO
of NBMC. "The event has

gr:';:::':n doul 1 n ee
are honored to celebrate the
occasion with members of
Our wonderful community in
and out of the hospital."
In 1994, North Brolvard
Medical Center established
a Sabbath Room on the
third floor to accommodate
visiting family members and
See CENTER on page 31


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By R J Boyle
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with regards to the sailfish
season. The season should
last now for at least 3 .
months .
Over the last week '
numerous boats caught *
double digit numbers of
fish.
When you see these cold .
fronts push through here
in south Florida you know 4 .1>
the time is right to break 2
out the kites and your DRAWING BY R J BOYLE
rigged ballyhoos and start fishing for
sailfish.
It seems as if the best fishing really occur~ ~
the day following the front passing through
and not the actual day the front passes
through. The best bite over the last week has~
occurred between Boynton Inlet and Delral
pubi bah intiaround 140 feetaof water.
weekend give us a call and we will let you
know where the bite is going off. As far as techniques for live
baiting and trolling I will expand in next weeks article as it
does require some more space. As for now get out there and
catch some sailfish.


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Center
Continued from page 20

prOvide a quiet, personal
place for observant Jewish
families to celebrate the
Sabbath,
Kosher meals are on hand
and a rabbi, holiday prayer
services and prayer books
are available upon request.
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providing service for more
than 50 years, is a nationally
recognized system offering
world class health care
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South Florida.
One of the 10 largest
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Medical Center, Chris
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experience for youth at Pompano Beach park


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before participating. Children Pompano Beach.
must have a permission form Volunteers should arrive by
signed by a parent/guardian. 9 a.m.9 a.m. Call 954-357-
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North District Natural Areas
continues its free Public
Workdays, for all ages, to
take place at Highlands Scrub
in Pompano Beach. The next
workday runs from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. on Wednesday,
December 15.
Participants will help the
environment by clearing the
natural areas of garbage and
invasive plants.
Volunteers are asked to
bring gloves, a hat, sunscreen,
insect repellent, and drinking
water. They should also dress
appropriately with long pants,
closed-toe shoes, and long
sleeves. Preregistration is
required, and all participants
must fill out a volunteer form


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$100 Visits*
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J.Marks
Continued from page 23
salmon salad will satisfy the
most discriminating of palettes.
The more adventurous will
find satisfaction in original
delights such as the Caribbean
pork tenderloin, deep-sea Ahi
tuna burger, crispy walnut
shrimp, Jamaican chicken
wings, crispy Asian steak with
orange sauce and especially
the roasted corn and avocado
egg rolls.
'WYe will be introducing
a few new menu items such
as Bam-Bam shrimp, lamb
chops and Cajun shrimp," says
Wilson.
The Bam-Bam shrimp is J.
Mark's version of the classic

Gise.Swe thai c~hlies ue
and peanuts transform the
crispy shrimp mnto an awe-
inspining eating experience.
This addictive dish is a must-
try for seafood lovers.
Other excellent choices
include crispy calamart-
smoked fish dip, seared Ahi
tuna, grilled salmon and the
special weekend Chilean sea
bass.
For meat aficionados, the NY
strip steak, Hawaiian rib-eve,
chicken in Madeira wine or
filet mignon with pesto sauce
are just a few of the tempting
options available.


A sniall portion of a J. Mark's classic, the thinly sliced slow- Owners StevenWilson andArielAvala help Wilton Manors
roasted au jus prime rib sliders on sweet-sourdough mini niavor Gary Resnick (center) cut the ribbon during the
buns served with the popular sweet potato fries. grand opening of J. Mark's restaurant patio on Federal
Huy.[Photos by Malcohn McClintock]


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Casual beach side dining
Fresh seafood, salads, pasta, steaks & burgers
Lunch & dinner daily Sundcay breakfast buffet
Live entertainment 7 days a week


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And best of all, the freedom
to enjoy a hearty meal or a
frosty daiquiri on the large
covered outdoor terrace truly
distinguishes this restaurant
from any others in the area.
'WYe will also have live
music out on the patio," adds
Avala as artist Cecilia Roy
and the band play jazzy easy
listening favorites in the
background.
Most large entrees are in the
$10-$15 range, steaks $18-$25
and wine bottles start at $23.
Daily food and drink specials
are available. Major credit
cards are accepted and parking
is free.
For dessert, be sure to try the
key lime pie. It is so good that
many customers don't get just
a sliceatherhbuyathe whole pie!

known for its great food,
inviting atmosphere, and
some of the friendliest staff
members in the business.
Thankfully, the new location
in Ft-Lauderdale keeps this
tradition alive and well.
Afalcobn AlcClintock is
president of 41abaska LLC, a firin
that assists hotels, restaurants
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with their purchasing needs. He
holds an BAIR and has lived in
Thailand, Spain, France, Mexico,
Canada and the US where he has
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