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First phase of

Cove parking lot

redo draws good

reviews
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER
Deerfield Beach -The once-conten-
tious redesign of the Cove Shopping
Center Parking Lot may turn out to be
a model of public/private cooperation.
Phase 1 of the project was completed
this week and business owners are
giving contractor West Construction
and the Community Redevelopment
Agency a thumbs up.
Enhanced with pavers, landscape
islands and improved drainage, a
business strip on the north end of the
center, from American Rock to Two
Georges at the Cove is complete.
Fears that the work would cause a
huge disruption in business have been
largely unfounded, CRA coordinator
Kris Mory said this week. Phase 1 has
been completed on time with only one
change order. Business owners are so
See COVE on page 24


Pompano

workshop on

city's future
The Pompano Beach City Commis-
sion will hold a workshop in the com-
mission chambers, 100 West Atlantic
Boulevard on Friday, Jan. 7 at 9 a.m.
for a presentation and discussion of a
citywide visioning process.
This strategic plan will be designed
to guide future policy decisions about
capital projects and general develop-
ment issues for the two CRA areas
and a collective vision for the balance
of the city.
The presentation and discussion will
be led by Ramon Trias of the planning
firm Trias and Associates.


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causes traffic

tie-upS
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Lighthouse Point Traffc on two
major roads in Lighthouse Point was
backed up one recent afternoon, while
the Broward Sheriff's Offce bomb
squad disposed of a suspicious bag.
The manager of NAFH Bank called
Lighthouse Point police about 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 14, when he discov-
ered a military-type bag wrapped in
a strange way in the bushes near the
front door to the bank at 4820 N. Fed-
S. eral Highway.
Police called the BSO bomb squad
who came with a bomb-sniffng dog.
"The dog alerted to the package, so
they activated the full bomb squad, '
Lighthouse Point Police Chief Ross
Licata said. "They took steps to blow
open the package on the scene."
Wai Ying Chan, a visitor to Pompano Beach front Hong Kong visits Silver Sleigh in Ponmpano Beach
to check out the Christmas decorations and fresh cut flowers. [Staff photo] See BOM~B on page 15

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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER
Deerfield Beach A bit confused
or bemused by the E-book revolution?
An innovation in library service at the
Percy White Library may help with
that.
The Percy White was selected to re-
ceive two Kmndles, two Nooks and two
Sony readers which can be checked
for free. The readers are loaded with
about 20 books, from fiction to non-
fiction to the classics. Readers may
not find the latest best seller on the de-


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it houses the system's high-tech pilot
project which was funded four or five
years ago before the budget crunches-
Branch Manager Lisa Manners said.
Frank Marin, Supervisor of Popular
Library Services for the county, says
demographics also played a part. "We
were looking for younger people,
families and minorities. The fact that
seniors want the readers came as a
surprise. It could be that you can


increase the font size, so you get large
print books on demand," he said. The
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"We try to keep our finger on what
is popular out there, he said.
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PELICAN STAFF
Lighthouse Point City commissioners will meet Wednes-
day Jan 5 at 7:30 p.m. to interview the 10 candidates will have
applied to fill city commission seat four, left vacant when Chip
DeMarca was elected to the Broward County Commission in
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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,
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has a commission election in March. When they advertised for
persons willing to take the short term, commissioners said they
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PELICAN STAFF
Lt. Rick Sandell, Local
1549 Professional Pompano
Beach Firefighters says he
was taken aback with the
story that ran in The Pelican
and other newspapers regard-
ing the recent holiday parade
in Pompano Beach.
"The fire fighters had noth-
ing to do with Santa Claus
not riding in the Yuletide on
Atlantic parade. That decision
was made by the fire chief,
the only person who can make


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determines," Sandell, also a
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Newton added that the
pr ect is headed for Oakland
Park where the company has
its sights on a commercial
property.
Dean Trantalis, a Wilton
Manors attorney represent-
ing G Resorts, said he could
not confirm the property in
question. "We have not come
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close. This city has embraced
Our concept," he said. "Wilton
Manors seemed unwilling to
embrace commercial develop-
ment and change. That's why
we moved on."
Trantelis, whose office is lo-
cated on Wilton Drive added,
"There are no takers on
Wilton Drive. Store after store
is vacant. [The city] makes
no effort to revive activity on
Wilton Drive."


Few are sorry that G Resorts


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"There were other facili-
ties they could have looked
at," says Fiore. "This was
too intrusive for our quiet
residential neighborhood. Our
concerns were to protect the
quality of life."G Resorts had
been seeking a zoning change
for the property that now
houses the Science of Mind
building on 26 Avenue located
near Fiore's neighborhood.
Commissioner Scott New-
ton had hoped some deal
could have been worked out
to bring tax dollars and jobs to
the city, but not at the expense
of the residents.
"They have to do what they
have to do," said Newton. "I
would have loved to see it
in Wilton Manors, but they
pretty much wanted it to be
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work out.
"Santa Claus could have
been in the cab and waved.
We could have come up with
a policy that would limit the
fire truck to five miles and
place Santa on a secured or
verified platform," Sandell
added. "Everybody's upset
about it. It's not good for the
fire fighters, city or anybody.
It just does not speak well
with the relationship between
the chief and labor. The fact
we brought up the concern
doesn't mean we didn't want
Santa on the fire truck."
Sandell, who says his
young daughter is look-
ing forward to Santa, said,
"There was no way I want
Santa upset with me."
SUBHEAD Pompano
Beach fire fighters have di-
rect line to North Pole
Meanwhile Pompano
Beach fire fighters are pack-
ing up another sleigh--this
time another fire truck with
Santa in the cab to make their
annual Christmas Day deliv-


series to children in Pompano
Beach.
"We take one engine, one
rescue truck and a U-Haul
packed with gifts. We go to
certain stops where children
are expecting us and try to
give at least three gifts to
each child," Sandell explains.
"Once the U-Haul stops, we
drive around the block with
our sirens, and people come
out."
The 20-year-old tradition
for Pompano Beach Christ-
mas Day delivery is funded
and supported by local spon-
sors, city employees and the
Pompano Beach Fire Fighters
Union.
The event is chaired by
Pompano Beach Fire Fighter
Jason Aucoin who also serves
as vice president of the
union.


Continued from page 3

Santa who sits on top of the
truck without a restraint.
"My concern," said San-
dell, "was the possibility of
a child running in front of
the truck. The driver would
brake, and Santa would go
flying through the air without
his reindeer."
Sandell added that a child
in Coral Springs had been
killed during a parade by a
fire truck several years ago.
Sandell denies that the
Santa issue was the result of
the city and the fire union
reaching impasse with the
city's contract.
"All we wanted to do was
to bring the [safety] issues to
the table and discuss it," said
Sandell. "But the chief [Pom-
pano Fire Chief Harry Small]
just removed Santa."
Attempts to place Santa on
the antique fire engine and
a BSO engine also failed to


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Wilton Manors Oakland Park Hillsboro Beach
ESTABLISHED 1993 Volume XVIII, Issue 50 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:
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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
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tion. Anne Siren


Whatever we do as we move along

WOTTying is HOt the answer

A wonderful Pelican reader mailed a thoughtful note as to how he
sees the world today in the spirit of the Christmas holiday.
I can't think of anything better to offer than his words:

Chnistnas2010

Words of poetry do not come to me now
"Good News" seems to evade us with
many of our countrymen out of work.
Our government is in conflict, unable to resolve many of our
national problems.

But I think of the ancient Israelites
who, before Moses came, were oppressed
and forced into slave labor. God
had not forgotten them.

And I think of Mary and Joseph
far removed from the comforts of
hearth and home--alone in unfamiliar
surroundings about to have a birth.
God was with them.

I think of ourselves-no different
from the ancient Israelites or
Mary and Joseph for that matter.
We are in need and God will not
forget us. God is with us. By his birth, we are secure--and
saved.

So, we rej oice!

Thank you, dear reader. I admit I have published these glad
tidings without asking your permission. But in these times, we
must all take risks to share kindness and hope for everyone in
the world.
As we all know, 'everyone' is an absolute word, and l use it
tonight with a full heart. My hope is that all of us seek hope and
love as honest people of all faiths.


6 The Pelican


Friday, December 24, 2010


Merry Christmas, Anne Siren and all of us at The Pelican


Holiday greetings from Pompano

Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher

Dear Fniends,

The end of 2010 is upon us which means it is
a time to reflect and be thankful. The City has
been hard at work on several new and continuing
projects to make Pompano Beach a destination
for residents, businesses, education and cultural
arts. Our Community Redevelopment Agency is
making huge strides both on the east and mn the
northwest. Plans are well underway and redevel-
opment projects will commence in the beginning
of 201 1.
As we go about our busy hives, it is also the
time of the year to count our blessings. While today's slumped economy has
caused many to tighten their belts, tough times can also bring a heightened
sense of what really is important in life. I hope you will take a moment with
me to be thankful for the things in life that we sometimes take for granted. It is
my honor to wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday and a prosperous New
Year.
Lamar Fisher


Homeless Point-in-Time Coulnt to

Take Place January 24-25
The Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership and volunteers will
be out between the hours of 12 p.m. Monday, January 24, through 11:59 a.m.
Tuesday, January 25, for the purpose of counting individuals and families on the
street and in sheltered facilities. Broward County is charged with counting every
homeless person in the County and asking them to complete a survey. The count
is used for all federal and state grants and a good count helps Broward County
get needed resources to the homeless.


AAA and Budweiser to give free

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Tow to Go Offered Everyday Through Jan. 2

AAA Auto Club South and Budweiser offer free confidential rides home and
tow to anyone who may have had too much to drink by calling 1-800-AAA-
HELP [4357] now through Jan. 2
'Tow to Go' has kept more than 12,300 drunk drivers off the roads since 1998
and is designed to protect everyone on the roads from preventable car crashes,
not just the intoxicated driver from a DUI.

MUlS1C In the Park
Femn Forest Nature Center in Coconut Creek will host free Jammin' in the
Park, for all ages, from 2 to 4 p.m. on the second Sunday of the month from
October through May 2011, in the nature center's amphitheater. Join us for an
afternoon of music. Femn Forest is located at 201 Lyons Road South, Coconut
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January BTOward Sierra Club

Meeting
The next meeting of the Broward Sierra Club takes place Jan. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
at Femn Forest, 201 Lyons Rd. South, Coconut Creek.
The January meeting will focus on the "Dirty Secret in Paradise." Our guest
speaker will be Palm Beach County Reef Rescue Director Ed Tichenor who will
present the beauty of South Florida's coral reefs and tell us something Broward
County doesn't want to deal with. After the Florida Senate and House voted
unanimously to stop the ocean dumping of sewage by 2025, Broward officials
say it's going to cost almost $1 billion just to shut the Pompano sewage outfall.
Broward's wastewater director said the treated sewage is "clear as can be" and
"already is 90% clean."
The meetings are free. Call 954-946-7359 or email legalbarb2@,Yahoo.com





By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Harriet Mertz is a music director,
professional voice instructor, singer,
pianist, and actress. When she sweeps
into a room and bursts into song, it's
easy to see why she's known by show
business pals as Jerry Herman's Aun-
tie Mame.
Mertz arrived at John Knox Vil-
lage, or JKV, in 2007 with her beloved
husband, John, who was suffering
from Alzheimer's disease. Having
been his sole caretaker for 11 years,
she reluctantly turned John's care over
to the memory loss center, The Village
Glen, but she spent many hours every
day entertaining there. She says,
"John sat in his wheelchair, smiling
and blowing kisses to me, even though
I'm not sure he knew I was the love
of his life. It was amazing to me how
much the other residents enjoyed my
singing and piano. Many never spoke,
but they sang and hummed along with


take their talents on the road by invita-
tion. Just this year they have traveled
by bus, bringing their sounds of music
to Christ Methodist Church, Temple
Beth-El in Boca, First Christian
Church in Wilton Manors, National
Federation Music Club of the Palm
Beaches, North Broward Citizen's
Club and more.
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The Diva, Harriet Mertz enter-
tains at the piano.
Conductor Harriet Mertz (middle
row, on night) is proud of her all
volunteer NOTE-ables, the wom-
en's choral group at John Knox
Village which entertains in and
outside of the Village. [Photos by
Norman Rasmussen]


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suggestions about people you know
who are making a difference. Call
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me, and even tapped their feet keeping
the beat."
When John passed away in 2008,
Mertz became the volunteer music
director of The Village Chorus, a
group of 35 women who love to sing,
have fun and entertain. The group,
renamed the NOTE-ables, rehearse
every week, coming for what they call
'their fix'. They perform in concert
twice a month mn the Village and they


Briefs


Pompano Beach
Green Market

takes holiday
GreenMarket Pompano Beach will
be closed on consecutive Saturdays
for the holidays (Dec. 25 and Jan. 1).
It will reopen on Saturday, Jan. 8 and
run uninterrupted through April 30,
providing the best and freshest fruits
and vegetables, juices, baked goods,
seafood, gourmet teas and coffees and
other food items, as well as orchids,
plants and health-related products and
services. Visit www.greemarketpom-
pano.com.

Deerfield Green

Market takes

holiday break
Deerfield Beach The Deerfield
Beach Green Market at Sullivan Park
will be colsed Sunday, Dec. 26 and
will return to the normal schedule on
Sunday, Jan. 2.
The Green Market is sponsored by
the Deerfield Beach Community Re-
development Agency, or CRA, and is
open on Sundays through May 1. The
market features more than 20 vendors
offering locally grown fresh produce,
live and cut flowers, and a variety of
artisanal foods and crafts.
Call 954-480-4317 or visit www.
Deerfield-Beach.com.

Lighthouse

Point Chip a

Tree starts 12/26
Starting Dec. 26 through Jan. 31, the
public works department will be ac-
cepting Christmas trees to be recycled.
The designated drop-off area is at the
north end of Dan Witt Park, 4521 NE
22 Ave. behind the Tennis Courts.
There is no fee for this Chip-A-Tree
Program. All residents are encouraged
to participate.
Trees should have all of ights, deco-
rations, tinsel, stands, etc. removed.
Only the tree will be accepted. No
bagging is necessary. NO artificial
trees, please.
The trees will be chipped into mulch
which is free to any resident. Anyone
who wants some of this mulch can
come take it from the pile in the park-
ing lot. Call 954-946-7386.


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wireless portable computers
that allow them to answer
research questions
wherever they are in the
building, not just behind
the reference desk.
So far it seems that
checking out a reader may
be more about comparing
technologies than reading
great literature.
The six readers were in
place at Percy White only a
few days before they were
all in use, Manners said,
so interest in them is high.
"I think they will be used
by people who want to see
which one they prefer "
Manners said.
In North Broward, the


readers are also available
at the North Regional
Library in Coconut Creek
and the Northwest Regional
Library in Coral Springs.
Hours for Percy White,
located at 837 E. Hillsboro
Boulevard, are 10 a.m. 6
p.m. Monday, Wednesday'
Saturday and noon 8 p.m.
Tuesday and


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Broward County Housing
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ing persons who are planning
to buy their first home. The
free workshops take place on
the second Saturday ofthe
month from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. at the BCHA main office,
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which can also be
downloaded to computers
and phones. Selections are
downloaded for free and
can be borrowed for two
weeks. The Kindle, owned
by Amazon, doesn't link
with the library's system.
Another tech service for
patrons of Percy White,
and available at only one
other branch, is the lap tops
that can be checked out
and used in a quiet corner
of the library for longer
periods than the computers.
The staff at Percy White is
'wired' also, that is, with


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Oakland Park -- The city of Oakland Park is currently
accepting applications for its 7th Annual Local Government
Academy (LGA). The academy will meet nine consecutive
Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning in early February.
"Participation in the City of Oakland Park's Local Govern-
ment Academy is a unique opportunity for citizens to learn
about municipal government," said Mayor Allegra Webb
Murphy. "The focus of the LGA is to provide a forum for
residents to have a better understanding and greater awareness
of how the city delivers a multitude of services and programs to
residents and businesses."
Past graduates include current city commissioners Anne E.
Sallee and Jed Shank, as well as former mayor Layne Dallett
Walls and former vice mayor Anthony Niedwiecki. Several
candidates for the two Oakland Park City Commission seats up
for election in March also are graduates of the academy.
"Our goal is to provide a 'hands on' orientation as to how the
City of Oakland Park delivers each of its core services every
hour of every day," added Assistant to the City Manager Marie
W. Elianor. "We also explain and quantify the city's capital
improvement and redevelopment progress, as well as walk the
members through our city's ordinances, policies and proce-
dures."
Past activities include using the "jaws of life" to open up a
damaged vehicle, visiting the Broward Sheriff's Office Com-
munications Center and tree planting.
"We have witnessed how our LGA graduates become en-
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office, the LGA continues to graduate new leaders in our com-
mumity."
To apply 954-630-4205 or e-mail MarieE@oaklandparkfl.
org. Applications are requested by Jan. 13.

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Oakland Park Commissioners appointed Brock Slade to
the city's Beautification Advisory Board. The board studies,
evaluates and recommends plans on how to improve the gen-
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Pompano Health & Rehabilitation
Center at 51 W. Sample Road and
Deerfield Beach Health & Rehabilita-
tion at 401 E. Sample Road are two fa-
cilities with one shared vision. "There
are a few differences," explains Jeff
A. Nusbaum, NHA, or Nursing Home
Administrator of the Pompano facility,
"We both do short term, post acute re-
habilitation as well as long term, inter-
mediate, skilled care and hospice. At
the Pompano Center we take medicare
and Medicaid. The Deerfield Beach
center takes HMOs and Medicaid. We
accept Medicaid pending cases at both
and will assist patients and families
with the process."
Many of the patients are referred to
these two facilities by North Broward
Medical Center, Imperial Point, Holy
Cross, Broward General and Coral
Springs. Post Acute Rehabilitation
covers stroke or heart attack patients
or any patient in need of specialized
therapy ordered by a physician. This
might involve one or all of the thera-
pies offered. At Pompano that includes
occupational, speech, physical and
respiratory. In addition to these same
therapies, the Deerfield facility offers
Vitalstin therapy in the speech depart-
ment and joint replacement patients
can pre-register for follow up therapy.
Each facility has its own therapy
department with certified and licensed
therapists in their fields. Nusbaum
says, "Our therapists treat patients like
family members. They work hard at
bemng motivational and we are proud
of our excellent outcomes.
Skilled nursing care includes
diabetes management with insulin,
tube feedings, tracheotomy care, IV
anti-biotic, wound care and more. The
length of a patient's stay is determined
by the physician's assessment of prog-
ress and Medicare guidelines."
Nusbaum and Sandra Yerks, Deer-
field Beach executive director are
proud of the fact that they are avail-
able 24/7 to answer questions and help
families understand what is available
and how we meet requirements.
"All residents and their families
have our cell numbers," Yerks says
and laughs when asked if she gets
many midnight calls. Her reply, Very
seldom am I called. Most problems
can be resolved during working
hours."
The Pompano facility has 120 beds
in semi-private rooms. Currently 118
beds are filled, but Nusbaum says that
number changes daily. Two thirds of
the patients are long term. His staff of
120 employees includes RNs, LPNs,
nurses aids, dietician, activity director
and two assistants. All foods are pre-
pared mn the facility's kitchen enabling
staff to cater to special diets and food
preferences. .
Nusbaum 's degree is in Business
Administration. He says, "I've been


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Friday, December 24, 2010


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Jeff A. Nusbaum, administrator of Pompano Health & Rehabilitation Center, 51 W. Sample Rd.,
fields many phone calls mn the course of a day.


in this industry for 21 years, 14 in
South Florida and the past three and
one half years for the Pompano Health
and Rehabilitation Center. I'm tough
because I care about my residents.
My passion is to motivate residents
to reach their maximum potential. I
always suggest that families tour both
of our facilities. Although insurance
coverage and availability do indicate
one or the other, we're proud to offer
the choice."
And for those families who chose
one of these facilities, there's no doubt
about that decision.
"I had the opportunity to go to
another facility closer to my home,
but I chose Pompano Health and
Rehab as my daughter is a long-term
care resident there, and I have a lot of
trust in the facility management. I am
home independently now thanks to the
team at Pompano Health and Rehab."
Coleman A.; former short term rehab
patient.
"My husband was here previously
for short term rehab and needs rehab
again after a fall. I only want him to
go to Pompano Health and Reba."
Donna H. spouse of short term rehab
patient.


Sandra Yerks took over the Deer-
field Beach Center in September of
this year.
"I have been a Nursing Home Ad-
ministrator for forty years and decided
to try retirement," she says. "However,
that quickly bored me and I took a
temporary position with this company
until this opening occurred. I live in
Coral Springs with my husband of
46 years. We have four children and
seven grandchildren, sadly all are far
away. Continuing, "We are licensed
for 194 beds, but we have converted
some of our rooms into private
rooms. At this time we have about
130 residents and about 80 are long
term. Our staff is always kept above
the required code. Our activities are
designed to meet the needs of the
residents. Like the Pompano center,
we pride ourselves on the care we give
to our patients and the highly trained
professionals on our staff. All food is
prepared in our kitchen so we can eas-
ily accommodate special dietary needs
and even personal requests."
To tour or set up a meeting with
either Pompano or Deerfield Beach
Health and Rehabilitation,call Admis-
sions 954-941-4100 or 954-942-5530.


is sponsored by the city's Small
Biz CEDC, or Community Eco-
nomic Development Corporation in
partnership with the Martin Luther
Kmng Committee, Broward County
Commissioner and Ste Rep. Gwen
Clarke-Reed. Call 954-353-6396.


State Representative Perry Thur-
ston will host a forum at the E. Pat
Larkmns Civic Center, 520 MLK
Boulevard, Pompano Beach.
The event, Jan. 29 from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. will focus on education,
crime and employment in the city.
Admission is free. The event


Briefs

Goodwill store

set for Oakland

Park
Oakland Park Commissioners
have given permission for Goodwill
Industries to open a 24,000-foot-store
in the Downtown Mixed Use District
at 1099 E. Oakland Park Boulevard.
The building has been vacant since
September and was last used as a Hal-
loween retail location.
The approval is subject to a number
of conditions including dedicating an
easement to the city for expansion of
an existing bus shelter and installation
of a new shelter, installation of video
surveillance cameras on three sides of
the building to monitor the parking lot
and drop-off area and no placement of
donated goods outside the building.
The applicant plans to install seven
large glass windows along the front
and east sides of the building to
increase the retail appearance of the
building .
A number of other improvements
are planned, mecluding new sustainable
hedge material throughout the site,
new trees, new irrigation lImes and
construction of a landscape strip along
the west side of the parking lot.


Homeless Point-

in-Time Count

to Take Place

January 24-25

The Broward County Homeless Ini-
tiative Partnership and volunteers will
be out between the hours of 12 p.m.
Monday, January 24, through 11:59
a.m. Tuesday, January 25, for the
purpose of counting individuals and
families on the street and in sheltered
facilities. Broward County is charged
with counting every homeless person
in the County and asking them to
complete a survey. The count is used
for all federal and state grants and a
good count helps Broward County get
needed resources to the homeless.



Save the Date!

Saturday Evening, April
2, 2011
Gala
Fundraiser
sponsored by the Herb
Sonick
Cultural Arts
Foundation and
Scholarships
will take place.


The names have changed, but service is better than

ever at these two sister facilities on Sample Road





By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

This has been a good
year for the members of the
Thomas D. Stephanis Boys
and Girls Club in Pompano
Beach. These children have
been surrounded with mem-
bers of the community who
have shared their good fortune
with the youngest generation
of Pompano Beach.
Jones keeps holiday
tradition alive
Eddie Jones, former Los
Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat,
Charlotte Hornets and Dal-
las Mavericks NBA Player
and Pompano Beach resident
who graduated from Blanche
Ely High School hosted the
Annual Eddie and Tnina
Jones Christmas Party for two
hundred members of the club
on Dec. 15. The Jones family
personally shopped for each
gift. Students who made the
honor roll last year at least 3
semesters were given a spe-
cial gift of their choice along
with $100 cash. Volunteer
decorations services were also
contributed by Malin Bedoya
of Matrix Employer Services.
Parents volunteered cooking
a few items for the dinner.
Mr. & Mrs. Rigby volun-
teered taking pictures along
with giving families a copy
of their picture inside a 4 x 6
photo frame. Local stores and
restaurants partnered with the
club to cut the party's budget.

Ran edtwoo raes HnHy Iled
Ham brought three hams to
the party Winn-Dixie donated
50 pieces of chicken and
Miami Subs topped it off with
400 more pieces of chicken.
Santa and the MissuS
bring the bikes
On Dec. 11 the Women's
Group of Lighthouse Point
held a Christmas Party for
50 members of the club at
the Lighthouse Point Yacht
& Racquet Club. The day
consisted of pictures taken
with Mr. & Mrs. Santa,
lunch, entertainment by club
members, sing-a-longs and
Bella the Clown. Each child
received a bicycle, helmet
and a goodie bag. Lighthouse
Point Women's group member
Johann Leigh and Stephanis


Unit Board President gave an
overview about the club's ser-
vices and programs offered.
The Christmas Party raised
over $7,000 for the Thomas
D. Stephanis Unit while spon-
sors gave contributions in the
following Angel areas: Patron,
Guardian, Caring, Santa and
Holiday Angels. Mrs. Jayne
DiGiorgio who serves on the
Unit Advisory Board of the
Thomas D. Stephanis Unit is
greatly appreciated for initiat-
ing the relationship between
the Women of Lighthouse
Point and the Boys & Girls
Clubs of Broward County.
John Knox Village
residents share joys of
the season
On Dec. 16, residents of
John Knox Village, a life-
time life-care community in
Pompano Beach, hosted a
"Christmas Star Party" for
approximately 60 children in
the club.
Prior to the party, each child
made a wish for a gift. A
star was made for each child
at John Knox Village that
included the child's name,
age and gift wish. These stars
were then placed on special
trees within John Knox Vil-
lage for residents to select a
child. Gifts were purchased
and wrapped by residents of

See BOYS AND G1RLS on page


10 The Pelican


Friday, December 24, 2010


Smiling faces are the results of the children who recently visited the John Knox Village holiday party where all of their
wish lists were filled, wrapped and distributed to the boys and girls this season.


Children from the Thomas B. Stephanis Boys & Girls Club of Pompano Beach
sit with Village resident Marbie Mallet during the Christmas Star Party held at
John Knox Village.


Mr.& Mrs. Claus with Jordan Lovett one of 50 children who received bikes.
Dec. 11


Briefs


Volunteers

Set t0 Clean

COaStilne
LBTS A beach cleanup is
set for 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
8. Those interested in helping
are invited to meet at the pa-
vilion at Commercial Boule-
vard and the beach.
Helpers will be provided
gloves, bags and water. The
monthly event is sponsored by
the Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Chamber of Commerce/Wel-
come Center. Call 954-776-
1000 for more information.


Singles stay

active in

8TO war d
The Single Gourmet spon-
sors dinners and dances for
singles every Friday evening
at some of the best well
known restaurants in Pom-
pano Beach, Deerfield Beach,
Lighthouse Point, Lauderdale
By The Sea, Wilton Man-
ors, Oakland Park, Hillsboro
Beach and surrounding areas
of Broward County start-
ing at 7:00 PM. We provide
an upscale atmosphere for
quality singles to dine, meet
and mingle. For additional
information about our upcom-
ing events, please call us at
954-723-9608.


Stephanis Boys and Girls Club in Pompano Beach shines

as the apple of the eye of the surrounding communities





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For years, Jack Deinhardt has been an active
member of the Ft. Lauderdale business, arts
and social community. Today he and his

9 "best friend" Addie call John Knox Village,
HOME AND SO CAN YOU!
Call and make an appointment to learn
~Crl~t--about the Village and then join us for lunch.
Call 954-783-4040 for details.

Happy Holidays fiom the Villge!~





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theirfonthusiasm helps fill the

,One onthe entusiasticha

summed up the feelings of
warmth they all shared with
their hosts. "They went out
of their way and went to the
store, even though they didn't
have to, and got us these gifts.
I am very thankful."
On Dec. 16, Waste Manage-
ment hosted a party for the
teens at the club.
Membership in the Boys
and Girls Club is $15 annu-
ally and open for afterschool
activities for children 6 to 18
until 9 p.m. The first hour of
activity is dedicated to home-
work and tutoring. All chil-
dren receive free "healthy"
snacks after school and have
access to "low cost" hot foods
later.
Participation in events
and special holiday parties
is determined by grades and
behavior. Greg Jones is the di-
rector of the Pompano Beach
club.
For more information on the
Boys & Girls Clubs, Thomas
D. Stephanis Boys & Girls
Club, 212 NW 16 St., Pompa-
no Beach, call 954-941-2697


Continued from page 10
the Village in preparation for
the Christmas Star Party.
John Knox Village buses
transported the children as a
group to the Village audito-
rium for the afternoon party.
Santa Claus called out the
name of each child to pass
that child s wish into his or
her hands. .
Ms. Ruthie Brown, program
director for club thanks the
residents, and added, "At the
Boys & Girls Club, we try
to be sure that each child has
at least one opportunity to
receive a gift he or she asks
for. The children are on their
best behavior and make sure
they do well in academics so
they can get to come to the
Star Party.
John Knox Village resi-
dent Sam Townsend said his
involvement with the Star
Party was an opportunity to
share the spirit of the holidays
with the boys and girls. "I do
not have children of my own,
Townsend said. "The kids
need to be remembered and


Guests Alyse Wasselle and Doris
Locv


Birthday Gal, Lizzie with JoDe DeSim-
one [right] and Natasha Stojanow


on~esrs anarea Lranzurl ana .10rge
Fajardo


High above the city and
overlooking the Atlantic
Ocean worked as a perfect
spot for Elaine Lizzio to
celebrate her 80th birthday
recently. Close friends and
relatives joined in last month
to toast Lizzio at The Plaza at
Oceanside Condominium on
Nov. 20.
A native Washingtonian'
Lizzio, a retired biologist
worked for the Food and Drug


Elaine Lizzio (second to right) with daughters Elaine Fitzgerald, Linda Bednarek
and Brenda Lizzio.


Administration, or FDA, at
the National Institutes of
Health in Maryland.
Her daughter, Elaine
Fitzgerald, hosted the party
with her sisters, Brenda Lizzio
and Linda Bednarek.


A buffet prepared by Street-
er's Catering, waited guests
as they entered. Along with
greeting long time friends,
Lizzio's guests danced all
evening on the deck under
moonlight.


BOys and

Girls


Elaine Lizzio celebrates 80 years with

family and friends in Pompano Beach


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Shelby's Kitchen & Deli "terminator pancake" pushes family

restaurant to national exposure as food show host, Pizzica


By Cynthia Thuma
PELICAN H RITER
Business was brisk at
Shelby's Kitchen & Deli
on Saturday morning, Dec.
11, as patrons watched the
televisions there, following
the developing story of Mark
Medoff's death.
The morning's biggest buzz.
though, was about Food Net-
work's program "Outrageous
Foods," the night before.
A segment of the show was
shot at Shelby's, featuring
the diner's famed (or feared)
$19.99 24-inch pancake
breakfast called The Termina-
tor. The pancake is topped
with four fried eggs, a mound
of home fries, toast, sausage
patties and bacon. It's served
on a pizza pan.
Erik Brinkmann, Shelby's
owner, toured the tables
and booths, chatting with
diners, many of whom had


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER

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seen the show, hosted by
Food Network's "Big Chef,"
Tom Pizzica. Also hearing
feedback that morning were
Brinkmann's wife Jennifer
and his mom, Margie, who
were working at the diner.
Shelbv's is very much a fam-
ily establishment.
The show had called Brink-
mann in June asking if they
could send a crew to film him
and his phenomenal flapjack.
"I've got this friend Sam
and he's always playing jokes
on me," Brinkmann said. "I
thought it was a joke at first."
Food Network finally
convinced him it was real,
and sent a crew to Deerfield
Beach.
"They came and filmed for
two days, October 2nd and
7th," Brinkmann said. Piz-
zica, in his first season as
"Outrageous Foods"' host,
was fkin to work with, he said.
"He looked like he had been


doing it all his life, Brink-
mann said. "He was just so
interested in us and how we
worked. When you get a little
recognition, like that, it's a
nice thing."
For his part, Pizzica said
he had as much fun as Brink-
mann.
"Shelby's was a total blast! "
Pizzica wrote in an e-mail. "I
mean the place drew the larg-
est crowd we've ever had on
set and I met the mayor and
a senator! The Brinkmanns
have something very special
in that restaurant and it's not
just the two-foot pancake."
Brinkmann and his sister
Tammy grew up in Deerfield
Beach, where they attended
St. Ambrose School. Brink-
man completed his first two
years of high school at Pope
John Paul II in Boca Raton,
then finished at Coconut
Creek. He started college hop-
ing to become an engineer,


but after three years realized
that wasn't what he wanted.
He earned a degree in
business at Lynn University,
then went to Florida Culinary
Institute in West Palm Beach.
After completing his studies
there, he worked for Brinker
International, parent company
of Chili's and Maggiano's
Little Italy.
"In 10 years, I opened 50
restaurants," he said. By then
he wanted to settle down, so
he returned home and bought
Shelby's.
That was about four years
ago.


"Now I work with my mom,
my dad and my wife," he
says. "I like the production
aspect of it, the people, and
the fact you're not doing just
One thing."
Their customers are like
almost like family, too.
"A lot of them are elderly, '
said Margie Brinkmann. "If
they go on vacation and we
don't see them for a while,
we get concerned. So now,
many of them will stop by to
tell us 'we're OK, just going
on vacation.' Then we don't

See SHELBT 'S on page 13


well." His next task is to
Obtain bank funding for the
project estimated to cost $7
million. Raymond said he ex-
pects to have funding sources
for the commission's approval
in January.
He anticipates the town get-
ting a 10-year loan to be paid
off annually by the residential
assessment.
The beach rebuild will
restore a mile and a half of
shoreline on the north end of


town. Broward County has
issued the license and the
Department of Environmen-
tal Protection has issued the
permit. Still to come, permis-
sion from the Army Corps
of Engineers. Consultants
say construction can begin in
February.
Sand will be pumped to
the beach from an offshore
borrow pit. Depending on
weather, the project is expect-
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created another super-sized
specialty dish for Shelby's
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"This one was by design,"
he said. "We have the hot dog
spcal cideat Emil's land
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year, the restaurant employees
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has emerged at the ongmial
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December 6. The new center
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the area," Licata said. "The
device was in close proximity
to both roads. If it had been

ca sd dmag b to et h s on
either road.
In this case, Licata said
police wanted to do their due
diligence and not put anyone
in danger. The bag seemed


suspicious because of its
military design and because
it was in a place it didn't
belongh"W~e're li ing ilokng

to disrupt the normalcy we're
accustomed to in some cases
with devices that could cause
damage or result mn disorder,"
Licata said.


COunty
Continued from page 14
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Year." The accolade is award-
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Continued from page 1

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velocity into the bag, forc-
ing it open and revealing its
contents: petroleum products,
electronics, clothing, toiletries
and a substance like black
tar which is used for certain
bombs.
Police don't know who
the bag belonged to. "It was
probably a homeless person
or someone traveling," Licata
speculated. "It was somewhat
unusual but not anything of a
dangerous nature."
Police delayed closing roads
until the bomb squad started
working on the device but
motorists found themselves in
gridlock on Federal Highway
and Lighthouse Point Drive
from about 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
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man. Jerry is survived by his wife Ada, his daughter
Hillary Rosenfeld, her husband KA, and their children
Emma, Luke and Alex, his daughter Shana Grossman,
her husband Paris Wilson and their children Lyle and
Tyler, as well as his son Robert Grossman and his wife
Martha Larson. A memorial service will be held Mon-
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Mertz has many stories
about meeting and working
with some famous show busi-
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She instituted the first
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ables, but as a professional
voice teacher, my standards
are high. I still have students
who are in the Master Choral
of the Palm Beaches coming
for lessons. I'm proud to say
that three of my former voice
students are on Broadway
night now."
Mertz has a Master's De-
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the University of Miaml; an
Education Specialist Degree
in Communications from
Vanderbilt University, and
a degree in Library Science
from Columbia University in
Columbia, Mo.
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coordinator in South Miami
Senior High and has served
as Adjunct professor for the
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She has taught at Kyoto
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NOTEables
Continued frompage 7
'I feel we are a marketing
tool for JKV every time we
make an appearance," Mertz
smiles. 'After all we are just
one example of the fun activi-
ties and friendships enjoyed
every day by residents of the
Village. We are all volun-
teers and accept no payment.
One church pastor pressed
a $100 check into my hand
and I donated it right back to
his church choir. The pastor
was delighted to be able to
buy new music for his own
group.,,
Teaching voice
Do all the members of
the NOTE-ables have good
voices? Not at all, according
to Mertz. "In fact," she says
" my three best singers didn't
think they could sing at all. I
teach voice physiologically
because we are all individuals
and no one sings exactly like
another. I have had a long ca-
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is just sound. Voice is control-
ling and focusing the sound.
It's Bel canto which is singing
on the vowels. My method
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It begin and ends with correct
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doing a guest appearance with
Minnie Pearl at the Grand Old
Opera House.
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producing "An Evening with
Jerry Herman" mn Miami
prior to its Broadway open-
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the pleasure of meeting
many talented stars. Andrea
McArdle was starring in
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voice problem and I actually


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POMPANO BEACH CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
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Flonida veterans with parades,
memorials and remembrance
services in commemoration of
Veterans Day.
For a small group of
veterans in Pompano Beach,
the month of November
brought something more.
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The Pelican 19


only were they unemployed,
they were homeless.
The Florida Manufacturing
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veterans for reemployment as
One of the highest priorities.
Thanks to Florida MEP's
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facility, a manufacturer of
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If diamonds really are a
girl's best friend, Oakland
Park's diamonds have been
buddies with local young
women for a long, long time.
No one really quite
remembers when the city'S
softball program for girls
started, but it was no later than
1967, when few such athletic
programs for girls existed.
"I've been here for 23
years and the girls" softball
program here was already
well-established when I
arrived," said Ernie Mitchell '
Oakland Park's recreation
coordinator "I really don't
know when it started."
Back in 1968, for example,
the program consisted of four
teams: the Blue Jeans, Green


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Mitchell says he hopes
for about 150 players in the
league's 2011 season. "It
varies but that's about the
number we've been seeing in
recent years," he says. Even
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remained strong and viable.
'WYe went to fast-pitch
eight or nine years ago," he
says. "Once the high schools
changed to it, we had to,
too. Otherwise, we'd have
been doing the players a

dFsast frard to the
present: the city wiHl accept
registrations for the March-to-
10ay league through January

The league is for players 8
to 16 years of age, and divides
players into three divisions.
Games are played at the
wimberly Athletic Complex.
To learn more about girls

sfblls lrTbal ad sS en

Field, call 954-630-4500.
For all city youth athletic
programs, the cost to
patc pte is $55 for Oakland

non-re sidents.
Over the years, Mitchell
says, many former players
have come back to volunteer
as coaches in the program, but

needed. Potential volunteers
are asked to complete an
application, attend a coaches
meeting and pass the National
Youth Sports Coaches
Association background
check.


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December 29, for Brolvard
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pleased that they have
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had concerns during the
two years of discussion that
preceded the project. Now
she says, "I think it's gone
well. My tenants have not
complained."
Bob Riebe, marketing
manager for dentist
Maureen O'Flanagan, was
another 'stakeholder' who
had reservations about the
redesign. Now he says West
Construction has handled
themselves well and that
they are "certainly done on
time." O'Flanagan's building
is in the Phase 4 construction
area, the last to be done, and
Riebe said this week he still
has concerns about getting
patients into the practice
once the work begins. He
is thinking about obtaining


park far from her entrance
"unless the city comes up
with parking and a jitney
service ."


Beyond this concern, he
says, "everybody's been real
happy."
Phase 2 construction
begins in May in the area in
front of the Fiesta Ballroom
and the buildings east of it.
Construction of the entrance
sign will begin as soon as
permits can be issued, Martin
said.
'1We've tried for the
least possible impact (on
businesses)," Mory said. She
hopes the positive attitudes
being expressed by most of
the 'stakeholders' will lead
to more improvements. "I'm
hoping that they will say 'if
we can get over this, we'll
take on that.' That's how
things happen," she said.
One of the things she
woul Hke to happen esfo

advantage of CRA facade
funds, $600,000 that has
been set aside to improve the
exteriors of the properties.
The CRA will match the
owner s expense up to
$100,000. "Now is the time
to fix up these facades,"
Mory said. Some building
owners are taking her up on
the offer.
Retail store designer Leesa
Conley, who is building a
incle business helpmngbsmall

their exteriors and interiors,
has spoken with many of the
Cove owners and is getting
a good reception although
many are unaware of the
facade program and what it
means.
Conley said Pavan wants to
use facade money to improve
three of the buildings he
owns in the center beginning
with those in Phase 1. A
salon owner in the same
section is also interested,
she said. The design chosen
by the city is what she
calls the "seaside look"
which presents a "friendly,
neighborhood environment."
Conley has already worked
with Christine s Greek
Restaurant in Pompano
Beach's East CRA to create
a whole new facade and is
designing the new look for
Frank's Ristaurante. "A little
bit of money can make big
changes," she said, "Even
signs and lighting can be
ma jor impro vements. "
There is a lot more work to
be done and some business
disruption is likely to occur,
but it could be that CRA
Manager Keven Klopp's
words, uttered last July,
will tumn out to be accurate.
"Once the first section is
done, everyone will be
anxious to have the rest
done," he said.


This "hybrid plan" saved
the project. Last summer,
business and building owners
were so concerned by the
original proposal which
called for 18 months of
construction in 10 phases that
city commissioners appeared
to be backtracking on their
approvals.
So consultants Keith
and Associates revised the
work schedule to just four
phases to be completed
in nine months and Vice
Mayor Joe Miller came up
with the "hybrid" idea. Halt


construction for five months
to give merchants the tourist
season.
West Construction's bid
came in well under than
the $2.5 million budget and
work began in September.
Since then, Martin said, his
company has had a good
relationship with Cove
tenants. The future, Phase
2 through 4, should go
as well. Phase 1 was the
largest section and included
the most difficult drainage
construction, Martin said.
"Phase 2 and 3 should go
even smoother," he said.
One of the largest property
owners in the center, Julio
Pavan, was convinced that
the work had to go forward
when he realized the

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RENT, cont.

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Police follow stolen

tag, discover bur-
glary, arrest suspectS
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Lighthouse Point- Two
suspects are under arrest for
burglary and violation of
their probations and thanks
to intersection cameras.
Lighthouse Point cops were
on their tracks within seconds.
Both suspects, Kendrick
Jamar Long, 20, of Fort
Lauderdale, and Dennis
Jones, 20, of Lauderhill, are
m jail and the stolen contents
retrieved, along with other
jewelry and cash, but the real
story hies in the License Plate
Recognition, or LPR cameras
that foiled these criminals.
The cameras, which take
photos of vehicles 24/7, are
puose 16roughcoau oths ctyne
linked to the city s dispatch
office. The license tags are
entered into a data base of
stolen tags and cars. If either
is detected, the police station
is alerted with a few seconds.
eIHP Cormnand r Mike Oh
entered the city, dispatch was
a ertkedsrabgardmng a stoeo dtag.
for the camera to send the
message and location. We
knew they were on Northeast
39 Street."
Offcers were dispatched
to the area and discovered
the vehicle parked in the
driveway at the 2200 block of
Northeast 40 Court. Offcers
observed two male subjects


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Friday, December 24, 2010


Weekly Fishing Report

Sadhfsh

SLOVE Santa

This is
going to be
a special
Christmas
for those
who dare to
venture from
the house to go fishing. The
sailfish bite has been off the
chamn for the last 2 days as
boats are recording double
digit numbers of fish caught
everywhere from Miami to
Palm Beach.
Skirt Chaser out of
Lighthouse Point had a charter
with six people yesterday.
The customers aboard had
traveled all the way to Costa
Rica in pursuit of a sailfish
at mopn h. Unfortunately on
fulfill their dream. Thursday
would prove to be much
different. In a four hour trip
they all managed to hook and
land their first sailfish aboard
Skirt Chaser. They were so
excited to catch the epic bite.
I really expect the bite to
stay red hot night through the
tChristmas br akhseo put do n
find someone who would love
to catch their first sailfish and
make their dream come true.
Merry Christmas
RJ Bole


burglarizing the residence.
Other units were notified
as the suspects fled the area
in the vehicle. After briefly
losing contact, the LPR
camera at 2400 NE 36 Street
alerted police that the vehicle
had traveled eastbound into
the Lake Placid area.
A perimeter was established
and assistance was provided
by the Broward Sheniff s
Offce Aviation Unit.
Offcers found the suspect s
vehicle unoccupied at 3416
NE 31 Ave. Witnesses in
the area reported two males
running southbound on
Northeast 31 Avenue from the
vehicle.
Offcers apprehended Long
on the roof of a home at


3025 NE 31 Avenue and the
second suspect, Jones, in the
mangroves adjacent to Cap's
Place, 3000 NE 31 Ave.
Both suspects have
"extensive criminal histories"
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already and many students
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You get a long of bang for
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'WYe now also offer
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midday sandwiches start at
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All major credit cards are
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Whether you are having a
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Malcolm McClintock is
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and individual property owners
with their purchasing needs. He
holds an MBA and has lived in
Thailand, Spain, France, Mexico,
Canada and the US where he has
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Gull
Continued from page 18
Cold sandwiches such
as turkey, roast beef, tuna
salad, chicken or bologna
are loaded with meat and a
good selection of toppings.
Hot sandwiches such as
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pastrami or chicken tenders
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of bagel, muffin or toast.


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Continued fom page 10
Firearm. Jones was charged
with Burglary and Violation
of Probation and is on
probation for two counts of
Grand Theft).
Says Oh, "Criminals often
steal license tags or cars to
commit crimes. When they
left the area they drove by
another camera and we knew
exactly where the car went.
Residents are glad that
we have these cameras. We
never would have known this
car was here for a burglary
without the cameras."
Chief Ross Licata added
that the LPR system provides
"great investigative benefits
to our officers in identifying
and solving crimes in
Lighthouse Point. In this
case it alerted our staff of the
criminal offenders entering
thect commended the
officers for their "skills and


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2nd place -Georgie Wright .. +4
1 st plce -Janice Donnelly ..... +1
2ndplace -Vonnie O'Keefe..... -2
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