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Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: 07-08-2011
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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach - Highland's
residents looking for traffic relief on
NE 49th Street, the future entrance of a
new Walmart store, may have to look
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See WALMART on page 14

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PELICAN STAFF
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Ally Lysengen, 8 puts muscle into the tug-a-war event at Family Day in Lighthouse Point on July 3, sponsored by the city's Cultural Arts Committee.
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Martial arts, the building tool for confidence and
self-esteem, not limited to children with full sight
By Bill Johnson
PELICAN WRITER
Coconut Creek - They lined up
to take their turn at throwing a martial
arts instructor to the mat - eight of
them learning a simply executed "take
down."
They were blind children on their
second visit to the American Top
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea-
- Some residents of Bel-Air
aren't happy with a develop-
ment being proposed across
the Intracoastal Waterway in
Fort Lauderdale. They say it
will ruin their view and lower
their property values.
Members of the Board
of Directors of the Bel-Air
Civic Association have asked
the Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea Town Commission to
help them convince the Fort
Lauderdale City Commission
of the negative impact of the
three high rise buildings and
parking garage now being
planned at Port Royale. The
board is asking the town to


protect their property values
and the tax base they provide.
They say that the "western
view and landscape will be
forever changed."
David Saindon, president
of the civic association, said
residents, specifically those
on Blue Water Terrace North
(formerly 19th Avenue) who
face the Intracoastal now
enjoy a view of three-story
condominiums. He said that
view will be replaced by one
15-story and two 8-story
buildings and a parking ga-
rage, for a total of 555 units.
"When residents of Bel-
Air purchased along the
Intracoastal, I don't think they
anticipated a high rise project
See HIGH RISE on page 15


Ocean Way lighting will be hatchling

friendly at the sea side
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF e
Deerfield Beach - The
city is embarking upon a
$450,000 turtle lighting
project that will transform the
beach front from a hatchling
danger zone to a much friend- - - -
lier environment.
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in Boca Raton to modify light
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Chamber initiates its 31 Days
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The promotion is focused
on filling local restaurants
with diners, but requires
chamber member restaurants
to participate with a $35
donation to the chamber and
non-chamber restaurants $45.
Using the social network,
Facebook, participating
restaurants will receive free
advertising on Facebook and
the Chamber website with
links to the restaurants. Ten
percent off coupons will also
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The Democratic Women's Club of Northeast Broward will
hold its regular meeting, July 20 at 7 p.m. at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach. The topic
will be "New Voting Laws" passed by the recent state legisla-
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District 2 election
Deerfield Beach - Two public forums will give voters
in District 2 a chance to see and hear their candidates. The
Observer Newspaper will sponsor a debate Monday, July 8, 7
p.m. at the Deerfield Country Club and the Woman's Club will
hold a similar event Wednesday, July 13, at the clubhouse on
E. Hillsboro Boulevard, just west of the fire station.
The election is Tuesday, July 19 and five candidates are
seeking to fill the seat vacated when Sylvia Poitier was sus-
pended by the governor on five counts of falsifying public
records.
In the race are the city's first black firefighter Ben Pres-
ton, Pastor Anthony Davis, retired government worker Gloria
Battle, construction supervisor Andre Samuels and a write-in
candidate, civic activist David Cody.


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Congressman West adds his salvo to 'ado'

over Deerfield Beach Housing Authority


Asks HUD for full
investigation

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF
Deerfield Beach - U.S.
Cong. Allan West has called
for an investigation into the
Deerfield Beach Housing Au-
thority two weeks after Mayor
Peggy Noland announced she
would seek to have the entire
board of the agency removed.
Cong. West (R. 22nd Dist.)


is asking that the Department
of Housing and Urban Affairs
conduct a full investigation
into the Authority. The con-
gressman's letter to Michael
Stevens, acting inspector
general of the agency, referred
to nepotism, bid rigging, pro-
curement violations and his
concern "that there has been a
misuse of taxpayers' money."
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commission to review the


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Mayor Noland told the city
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she intends to hold a hearing
and question the Housing Au-
thority Board, but this week
said the matter is "on the back
burner." The city commission
has recessed for the month of
July.
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page 9


Free Tree Give-Away, July

16 and 23 in Pompano
Pompano Beach - The most asked about City program of
the year is back. It's the City of Pompano Beach Free Tree
Giveaway. Back to back Saturday's on July 16th and July 23rd.
The City of Pompano Beach is sponsoring the free tree pro-
gram by giving out thousands of native trees to the Pompano
Beach community. The trees were originally purchased by the
city as seedlings and cultivated by Public Works City Nursery
employees until they reach two to six feet.
The City of Pompano Beach will give away two trees per
residence on a first come, first serve basis. The free tree give-
away will be at the City Nursery at 1000 NE 3 Ave. which is on
the comer of NE 3 Avenue and 10 Street.
The City has participated in this very popular tree give-away
event for over ten years. To qualify for a free tree you must
live within the city limits and provide identification such as a
driver's license or water bill to verify your residency.
Each resident will be given a choice among many varieties
including Mahogany, Live Oak, Dahoon Holly, Red Maple,
Red Cedar, Queen Palm, Foxtail Palm, Crape Myrtle, Paradise,
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Jacobs to head South Florida

Transportation Authority

Broward County Commissioner Kristin Ja-
cobs has been elected chair of the South Florida
Regional Transportation Authority, or SFRTA,
Governing Board. The one-year term begins ' .
July 1. She has been a SFRTA board member
since 2009.
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since she was elected in 1998 to represent
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Jacobs is an advocate of public transportation, light rail development, green
buildings and greenways, sustainable growth and eco-tourism.
Jacobs envisions more efficient use of Broward's urban corridors and down-
town areas as ingredients for the principles of Smart Growth, affordable housing
and easy-to-use transportation.
For many Broward residents health or age related issues make driving a car
impossible.
The SFRTA was created with a vision to provide greater mobility in South
Florida. The Authority's mission is to coordinate, develop and implement a vi-
able regional transportation system in South Florida that endeavors to meet the
desires and needs for the movement of people, goods and services. Call 888-
GO-SFRTA or visit www.sfrta.com.


Broward County Budget 2012

Information is Available Online
Residents can access information for the County's fiscal year 2012 budget
online at www.broward.org/budget. The Web Site includes most frequently
asked questions and answers, a review of the budget process and presentation
materials from the budget workshops held to date. Public hearings that offer the
public the opportunity to comment on the budget will be held on September 13
and September 27 at 5:01 p.m. in Room 422 of the Broward County Govern-
mental Center, 115 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Hearings will also be
televised on participating cable channels and Webcast live on www.broward.
org.


Opinion

Safe boating classes should

be mandatory
The Coast Guard Auxiliary has a program that probably would have saved
those two lives lost in local boating accidents. It's called "Wear It" and it refers
to a life jacket.
Two men drowned recently because they were not wearing the flotation
devices. One was a 36-year-old father, whose 15-foot boat sank in the Hillsboro
Inlet. He drowned as his son, age nine and wearing a life jacket, and friend, also
in a jacket, made it to shore.
The other victim, went down a mile off of the Inlet when his boat capsized.
He too was without a life jacket and although picked up almost immediately, had
already drowned. His friend, also jacketless, got lucky. He was able to cling to
the overturned boat.
These simple devices that save lives can be bought for as little as $5 and if
the argument is that the traditional bright orange vest is hot and bulky, they now
come as belly bags that inflate in the water, or suspenders that do the same.
The Coast Guard requires a life vest for everyone on the boat, but having
these devices aboard does no good unless they are unwrapped, and readily avail-
able.
Richard Leys, spokesperson for Coast Guard Flotilla 34 stationed in Pom-
pano Beach, believes every boater should wear a vest at all times, but at the very
least whenever there is an issue with the boat, or the weather, the life jacket must
go on.
The anglers whose 18-foot Bayliner capsized off the Inlet last week appar-
ently made another serious mistake. When the storm came up, as happens often
this time of year, their anchor line was too taut. As the two men tried to free the
anchor, the boat pitched over.
Leys said that for every foot of water, 10 feet of line should be let out. "You
need plenty of slack," he said. Another mistake that took the lives of four NFL
players in the Gulf of Mexico some time back occurred because the men an-
chored from the stem and their boat was pulled down and under. Leys says,
always anchor from the bow.
The Inlet drowning seems especially tragic since, with the incoming tide, had
Kenneth Williams Jr. had on a life preserver, it's easy to believe he would have
drifted under the bridge and into the Intracoastal Waterway where he could have
been easily rescued.
Surprisingly, communication devices are not required equipment on board,
but boaters should carry some means of sending a distress signal. Even a hand
held VHF radio for about $80 will do the trick. Your cell phone probably won't.
Inexperienced boaters often make another mistake and that is trying to outrun
a storm. Leys' advice is to hunker down and wait it out because an inlet is the
worse place to be when the sea kicks up.
In this area, the Boca Inlet is considered the most treacherous and Port Ever-
glades the least, although there small boaters have to contend with fast boats, big
yachts and cruise ships.
The Hillsboro Inlet channel was lengthened and deepened a few years ago but
is still "not the safest," Leys said. It has a very strong current. "It has been im-
proved, but boaters need local knowledge of the channel and the shoals," he said.
There is one simple and inexpensive way to become a better, safer boater.
Attend the next Flotilla 34 class Saturday, August 13 at Imperial Point Medical
Center and in one eight-hour session learn all the principles of responsible recre-
ational boating. The cost is $45 and they throw in lunch.
Anyone born before 1988 and operating a boat has to carry a card showing
they have completed the Coast Guard boating safety course.
Attendance for all other boaters oughta be a law!

(Ed's note: To register for the Boating Safety Class, call 954-942-8108 or go
to the US Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 34 website.)


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Enterprise Group, a Network-
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Thursday, July 21 from 7:45
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and 3208 NE 11 St., Pompano
Beach since 2008 says, "These
two assisted living facilities are
keepers. I'm attached to residents
and would feel like I abandoned
them if I sold the Inns.
My aunt, Sue Beall, is the very
capable administrator of both resi-
dences and Suzi Mautner is our
director of marketing. These two
people are my life savers."
Mautner nods, "He's a terrific
boss and a very astute business
man, he's also interested in every
resident. He listens to their stories
including their compliments and
complaints. Right now we're
renovating the entire facility. Ben
will grab a paint brush or a broom
if he sees the need."
Mautner, who is a seasoned
executive in this field, was asked
how these Inns differ from other
rental assisted living residences.
She replied," We do all of
the services one expects. The
difference is in the exception-
ally caring staff. We're intimate
residences with a capacity of 33
in Lighthouse Inn South and 43
in Lighthouse Inn North. We're
small enough to give personal
attention.
The residents all know each


eight children.
Around 3:27 p.m., four of
the children, ages 7, 11, 13
and 14, attempted to swim
to a sand bar about 50 yards
from shore.
An 11-year-old girl made
it, but when she turned
around, she noticed the other
three struggling in the water
about half-way between the
shoreline and the sand bar.
Adults jumped in to rescue
the children, but 7-year-old
Carrington slipped underwa-
ter, and the adults lost sight
of him.
About 10-15 minutes later,
the BSO helicopter located


him about 100 yards south
of where he was last seen. A
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea volun-
teer firefighter on a wave run-
ner pulled him from the water.
American Medical Response,
or AMR, workers performed
CPR and transported Car-
rington to Holy Cross Hospi-
tal, where he was pronounced
dead at 4:28 p.m.
The city cancelled a rescue
demonstration that was to
include a simulated drowning
about the same time as the
incident.
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
does not have lifeguards on its
public beach.


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other and have concerns for each
other the way family members do for
one another."
Continuing, she adds, "Our case
manager/social worker applies for fi-
nancial assistance for new residents
wherever it is indicated. Many of
our residents are receiving benefits
from the government and VA pro-
grams. Until they moved in, they
never realized they were entitled to
them. This assistance helps them
relax and forget their worries about
being able to maintain themselves
financially. A licensed therapist
attends to individual and group
therapy when the need exists."
Both facilities have activity
directors who keep residents busy
with walks to the ocean, bingo, card
games, jewelry making, painting
and other crafts. There's an exercise
class every morning.
Ivan Lozada has lived at Light-


house Inn South for four years.
"1 like the staff. They take good
care of my room and me. The
food is good and always fresh.
Ribs, chicken and meat loaf are
my favorites. They bake the cakes
and pies right here too, but butter
pecan ice cream is still my favor-
ite. I often walk the beach with my
friends and I like bingo. I wish
we played for money."
Cindy Ryan, thinks these Inns
as life savers. "My dad lived at
Lighthouse Inn, North for six
years. I was impressed with the
quality of care he received. When
my husband needed assisted
living, I moved them both to
the South Inn. And 1. unexpect-
edly ended up here too. They are
very good to us. My husband
needs constant attention and it is
provided by willing and pleasant
staff."
These two residences allow
small pets. Mautner says, "if the
resident can care for them.
Our staff assists residents with
bathing, dressing and grooming,
medical management, housekeep-
ing and personal laundry service.
Physical and occupational therapy,
doctor visits and podiatrists are
available on site. We arrange for
transportation for off site visits
to dentists, doctors and other
activities. Family and friends are
welcome visitors from 9 a.m. to 8
p.m."


Barbara Rowell has traveled the world
diving the depths of the Pacific, Atlantic and
Caribbean. She is looking forward to her
648th dive this year! But she always comes
home to John Knox Village,
AND SO CAN YOU!
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about The Village and then join us for lunch.
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RMA chosen to redefine Oakland Park's CRA spending


By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Oakland Park - City
commissioners, meeting as
the board of the city's Com-
munity Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA, authorized
staff to begin negotiations
with Redevelopment Manage-
ment Associates, or RMA, to
develop an action-oriented
CRA plan for the next five
years.
RMA is the firm direct-
ing two CRAs for the city of
Pompano Beach. The firm
also recently worked as con-


sultants reviewing the master
plan for Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea and writing a financial
plan to implement it.
The firm's partners, Kim
Breisemeister and Chris
Brown, also have experience
with CRAs in Delray Beach,
Hollywood and West Palm
Beach.
In Oakland Park, the
city needs to complete a
general review of its CRA
plan, Downtown Mixed Use
District (DMUD) regulations,
interim redevelopment plan,
and Redevelopment Capital


Program (RCP) and develop a
strategic five-year plan.
"We have completed
about 90 percent of 22 capital
improvement projects,"
Ray Lubomski, community
and economic development
director, told commissioners.
The county awarded the city
$13 million in Redevelop-
ment Capital Program funds,
and $3 million went for land
acquisition. The remaining
$10 million must be spent by
June 2012.
While the city recruited
some business to the down-
town, several proposed


public-private projects never
reached fruition due to the
economy, Lubomski said.
"Now we feel a general
review of our CRA plan is in
order. We want a firm that can
help us formulate and focus
those ideas," Lubomski said.
Fifteen firms responded
to the request for firms with
expertise in downtown
revitalization, redevelop-
ment, marketing, real estate
development and successful
implementation.
A selection committee of
four city officials reviewed


and ranked the proposals.
The four, in order of ranking,
were RMA, RERC Strategic
Advisors, Calvin Giordano
and Associates and EDSA.
Now staff will negotiate
a contract with RMA. If a
contract can't be successfully
negotiated with RMA, ne-
gotiations will be terminated
and staff will negotiate with
the second, third and fourth
ranked firms as necessary
until an agreement is reached.
A special meeting of the
See RMA on page 28


Peggy Barber is the founding director of the
Nova Southeastern University Community
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Peggy comes home to John Knox Village
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Summer sizzling rib cook-off set for July


The Pompano Beach
Community Redevelopment
Agency , or CRA,will be host-
ing a CRA Summer Sizzle Rib
and Baked Goods Cook-Off
event on Saturday, July 23
from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
at the E. Pat Larkins Center.
Restaurants and amateur


grill masters are invited to
enter the rib cook-off compe-
tition.
There will be cash prizes
and a trophy awarded to the
team that has the best Ribs.
There will also be a Baked
Goods contest for bakers that
have the tastiest treats. Cash


prizes and trophies will also
be awarded. This free event
will also feature live music,
children's activities and in-
formation on upcoming CRA
developments in the North-
west CRA.
Call 954-786-7824 or visit
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All interested citizens are invited to gather at Pavilion #2
just north of the Pompano Beach Pier on Saturday, July 9 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a beach cleana-up.
Volunteers will be provided with gloves and bags. The
Beach Clean Up is sponsored by the City of Pompano Beach
Recycling and Solid Waste Advisory Committee
For more information call 954-786-4185

Non-emergency number set

to change for LBTS

LBTS - The non-emergency dispatch contact number for
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea residents to reach the Broward Sher-
iffs Office will change to 954-786-4200 effective Aug. 1.
The sheriff's office in LBTS will change communications
services from the dispatch center at the BSO Public Safety
Building in Fort Lauderdale to the dispatch center in Pompano
Beach.

Housing Authority
Continued from page 5

Kessler with full access to the records.
Pam Davis, Executive Director of the Authority, said
initially the Kessler request was voluminous and would have
taken too much time and cost too much money. Later, she said,
a modified request was fulfilled, but the Kessler Report, issued
last February, questions whether or not the auditors had com-
plete records.
State statutes allow the mayor to remove housing authority
board members for inefficiency, neglect of duty or misconduct
in office. A hearing is required and board members must receive
a copy of the charges at least 10 days before the hearing.
"My responsibility is to make sure we are taking care of
people in our community," the mayor said. "I want to get to the
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Spare Lives

and Strike Out

Cancer
Join bowlers on Friday, July 29, at
Diamond Strike Lanes, Copans Road
and Federal Highway for a night of
spares and strikes to benefit the Relay
For Life of Deerfield Beach/Light-
house Point. Our goal is to raise
enough money to send two local
children, who are fighting cancer, to
R.O.C.K. camp.
Team packages, $150, include six
bowlers for three hours of bowling,
shoes, large pizza, 20 wings, pitchers
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your company throughout the eve-
ning. Call Karla at 508-332-0153 or
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Florida Humane

Society

celebrates new

shelter, July 9
Pompano Beach - The shelter is
for pets, but this event is for humans to
celebrate one year of the long-awaited
pet shelter in Pompano Beach.
The board of the Florida Humane
Society invites the public to see the
new building from 1 to 4 p.m. at 3870
N. Powerline Road, Pompano Beach.
Raffles, food, animal CPR, dog
agility, K-nine demonstrations and lots
of family fun are in store for the day.
Call 954-974-6152.

Hurricane Tips

for owners of

animals
Hurricane season is here and
Broward County Animal Care and
Adoption reminds all residents to
prepare to safeguard their pets and
large animals before, during and after
a hurricane. For more information
regarding pet and large animal pre-
paredness, call 954-359-1010 or visit
www.broward.org/animal.


Bone marrow transplant survivor, Jonathan Seguine,

Troop 512, earns Eagle Scout Court of Honor


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Jonathan Seguine, Eagle Scout, is shown with members of Troop 512. L to R: Tristan Stettner,
Jonathan Seguine, Troop Leader Dorothy Pezzi, Michael Simon, Mother, Cathy Seguine, and
Raymond Jiampetti. The carts, pictured, were designed and built for Broward General Hospital
Hemotology/Oncology departments by Jonathan.


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Jonathan Seguine recently
achieved the highest honor there is in
scouting. "I became an Eagle Scout
for several reasons," he says. "I want-
ed to be spending time with my two
good friends who are Eagle Scouts
and I like the leadership role I will
have as an Assistant Scout Master.
My goal is to motivate troop members
to follow in our footsteps."
He started as a Cub Scout and
moved through the ranks to become
a Life Scout. While actively fulfilling
the six-month leadership requirement
for Eagle Scout, Jonathan Seguine
was stopped in his tracks.
He became desperately ill with
HLH, a life threatening condition that


only can be reversed by a successful
bone marrow transplant.
Jonathan explains the syndrome
HLH in layman terms. "The red and
white blood cells are suddenly at war
which ruins one's immune system
and if not stopped will destroy all of
one's organs. I was lucky because my
brother, Joseph who was also a Boy
Scout, was a match and was willing to
make the sacrifice for me."
Before the transplant Jonathan had
chemo treatments for 11 months, fol-
lowed by an intense chemo treatment
to kill the immune system and clear
the way for the transplant.
Roy, Jonathan's dad, picked up
on the story. "Jonathan spent four
months in All Children's Hospital in
St. Petersburg. My wife stayed with
him and I stayed in Pompano Beach


Blood brothers, Joseph, left, and Jonathan
Seguine. Joseph donated a bone marrow trans-
plant to Jonathan in 2009. It's been a long, tough
road, but Jonathan is now 99 percent donor.
Jonathan recently attained a postponed goal
when he officially earned his Eagle Scout Court
of Honor, the highest office in scouting, at the
Elks Lodge in Pompano Beach where Troop 512
meets every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

to prepare our house for Jonathan's
return and his need for a germ free en-
vironment. I painted the entire interior,
cleaned the windows, air conditioner
and removed all possible harmful
items. I couldn't have done it without
help from family and friends. When
Jonathan returned home he became a
prisoner inside for eight months. He
couldn't step out of our house. If
friends came, he wore a face mask
and those visitors had to do a whole
routine to sanitized themselves."
Jonathan leaned forward, eager to
continue relating his experience. "The
actual transplant is done like a blood
transfusion. All of this took place in
2009. I am now considered 99 percent
donor, thanks to my brother. While I
was in hibernation, I kept up on my
studies, but I did lose a year of high
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High School."
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to become an Eagle Scout.
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requirement, he built two large
push carts, designed to hold a
flat screen television, X-Box as
well as other games, magazines
and books. He donated the
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been stolen from the existing
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so that petty thieves could not
remove the television or X-
Box without stealing the cart
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Florida Council must approve
the project and the candidate
for Eagle Scout after a per-
sonal interview by the Board
of Directors.
He smiles and says, "I
finally had earned my badge
and I'm now a full fledged
Eagle Scout and proud to be
one."
Dorothy Pezzi, Jonathan's
Scout Master, describes Jona-
than as "a kid who can take
anything apart to see how it
works, and the good part is he
can put it back together again.
He has not only earned the
rank of Eagle; he exemplifies
its meaning. I've known him
since he was a toddler, and
now he's my Assistant. He's


a fine leader with the younger
boys."
Flushing with pleasure at
the praise, Jonathan shares the
rest of his story. "Joseph is
three years older than me, but
we are now truly blood broth-
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my brother's room for the rest
of his life.
I hope to attend Palm
Beach Community College
this fall. I'd like to work in
the medical field, having seen
the challenges and miracles
that happen in a hospital.
I'm mechanically minded, so
maybe I could learn to service
some of the sophisticated ma-
chinery used in hospitals now
and in the future.
Joseph is sure his brother


will succeed, saying, "Jona-
than is the only guy I know
who takes things apart to see
how they work. After he's
figured it out, he can fix it, or
make it from scratch."
Best friend Leo Pezzi
says, "Jonathan is my best
friend. We've been pals
since before kindergarten.
He's a lot of fun and very
brave. It's sort of amazing,
but he never thinks about
himself Other people always
come first."
.Jonathan still returns to
Broward General Hospital
every two months for treat-
ment to improve his immune
system. He sees two doctors
who have become friends.
He smiles and says, "It's
been a long hard road, but it
was worth it. The restrictions
were tough-no fast food, no
salads, no outside, no school
or stores. But my mom, dad,
brother and friends kept me
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they are planning the final rites for
Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant, de-
molished five years ago to make way
for new development at the beach.
The party begins at 8 a.m. July 8 at the
Pompano Beach Fishing Pier and will
run all day. Old Skids are asked to
bring their Wharf tee shirts, something
to grill or share and a few memories.
Jeff Grave, local photographer
will bring "a corner of the outside bar,
known as Skid's Corner," where the
group can gather again for old times
sake.


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with planting instructions. Limit two
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Located on a canal just five minutes
from the Intracoastal, there's plenty of
parking and docking. The dockside
Tiki hut offers boaters shade, free ice
and a vending machine for soft drinks.
Peyton Lacaria is the general
manager and Kina Naydenova is the
operations manager and controller
of the Hideaway. As a visitor looks
around at the neatly stacked inventory
of boats, secured in storage, Peyton
says, "Some of our boats look brand
new even though they're 10 years


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protected from the elements. It pays to
get the boats out of the water."
Kina explains that boats can be
stored by the year, the season or short
term. She says, "Our capacity is 160
boats. We accommodate crafts from
18-feet to 45-ft. We just need one
hour's notice to make a boat avail-
able. Our clients fill up on free ice
before they head out. When the boat
is returned, we wash the sides and the
bottom and flush the engines free of
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or they may not be on the water at all.
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Sightings
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The safety program takes
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10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at NE Focal
Point Senior Center, 227 N.W.
2nd Street, Deerfield Beach.
Cost is $14. Call 954-480-
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Events
Book Fair Wilton Man-
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will host Book Fair on Satur-
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2 p.m. indoors in Hagen Park
Community Center behind
City Hall at rear of 2020
Wilton Drive. Admission and
parking are free. Call 954-
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Green Market, Wil-
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Sunday at Hagen Park 2020
Wilton Drive from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. fresh produce, inter-
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friends, family, and local
businesses on Friday, July 29,
at Diamond Strike Lanes, Co-
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a night of spares and strikes to
benefit the Relay For Life of
Deerfield Beach/Lighthouse
Point. Our goal is to raise
enough money to send two lo-
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cancer, to R.O.C.K. camp.
Team packages, $150,
include six bowlers for three
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Walmart


Continued from page 1
Architectural Review Board
and the Planning and Zoning
Board, neither of which could
address the traffic problems.
The street is owned by the
county.
Walmart will pay $70,000
in impact fees, money which
goes to the county, and City
Commissioner Charlotte
Burrie hopes some of those
dollars will came back into
her district.
Wednesday, she emailed
County Commissioner
Kristin Jacobs asking if the
money can be used to allevi-
ate what is anticipated to be
heavy traffic on NE 49 Street.
"Some of those residents
will have trouble backing out
of their driveways," Burrie
said this week. "I am hopeful
the county will put in speed
bumps or something."
According to Burrie,
Walmart has been negotiat-


ing secretly since January to
purchase four parcels of land
west of Federal Highway
between NE 49th and 50th
streets. "I understand the need
for secrecy, but I didn't know
about it until the planning and
zoning agenda," she said.
Jeff Torrey, President
of the Highlands Improve-
ment Civic Association, said
Walmart did not contact
anybody in his neighborhood
about their plans. His concern
is also 49th Street. "I would
prefer the store face onto Fed-
eral Highway," Torrey said.
Kimley-Hom, traffic con-
sultants for Walmart, project
80 percent of the store's cus-
tomers will enter from Federal
Highway, two percent from
51st Street and 15 percent via
49th Street. Torrey questions
those figures since 49th Street
has been under construction
since April and limited to lo-
cal traffic.
Torrey said 49th Street is
residential all the way to Dixie
Highway except for the first


block west of US 1. "We are
not against Walmart, we are
opposed to the building facing
49th Street," he said.
Walmart reps have prom-
ised to erect a "no right turn"
sign in their parking lot to
keep traffic from moving west
on 49th Street, but Torrey
says the sign will have no
legal status.
Torrey is also on the
Pompano Beach Planning and
Zoning Board that unani-
mously approved the Walmart
site plan June 20. He voted
for the project after making
his concerns public at that
meeting, before the Architec-
tural Review Board and with


Walmart's attorney, Susan
Motley.
"Walmart is a well-oiled
machine," Torrey said of the
firm's presentation before the
boards.
The property carries B-3
zoning, so no commission ap-
provals are needed. According
to Motley, the properties now
pay $50,957 in property taxes,
$22,549 comes back to the
city. When the new store is
completed, taxes on the prop-
erty will come to $240,000,
$110,192 of which will be city
revenue.
Walmart will build a
92,000 square-foot store with


full retail and full grocery
centers, but no garden store
or auto repair shop. Company
representatives say it will
employ 350 people. Purchase
of the land was contingent
on the company getting site
approvals.
The four parcels were pur-
chased from EF Tire, Coral
Cadillac, Premier Auto Body
and a church. Four build-
ings and a billboard will be
demolished to make way for
the retailer.
Jay Lighter, owner of EF
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move within a mile of its
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with 555 sets of binoculars
staring down at the patios in
Bel-Air," Saindon said. "Their
view will be reduced, and
home values will continue
to plummet. The project will
block sunset hours, and there
will be 36 months of construc-
tion dust and noise, never
mind the marine issues."
Saindon said he approached
the LBTS commission "to
see if you can get involved to
soften the blow so it doesn't
have the significant impact it's
going to have on residents."
Karen Castorina, a resident
across the Intracoastal in the
Tower of Port Royale, said
residents gathered 200 sig-
natures against the proposed
development and presented it
to the Fort Lauderdale Plan-


ning & Zoning Board which
approved the project unani-
mously on June 15.
Castorina said her neigh-
bors have concerns about traf-
fic and the additional burden
on police and fire rescue. She
said a proposed marina with
docks and yacht club will
increase noise and floating
debris in the Intracoastal Wa-
terway and during construc-
tion will create a tremendous
impact on the waterway.
Since the project is on a
waterway, the P&Z approval
is subject to a 30-day call-up
period. That means a Fort
Lauderdale city commissioner
has until July 15 to "call up"
the project for a public hear-
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agree. The site plan could be
amended at that time.
Commissioners voted to
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them before that commission.
Vice Mayor Stuart Dodd
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eowner who would like to add
to the beauty of your home
through landscaping, then
Secret Woods Nature Center
in Dania Beach has just the
ticket for you: the Summer
Home Landscape Series,
which consists of 10 free
lectures. The program runs
from 3 to 5 p.m. on consecu-
tive Thursdays, now through
September 1. Participants will
learn ways to save money on
their cooling and water bills,
attract wildlife, and preserve
native vegetation; as well as
how to improve the appear-
ance of their yards and neigh-
borhoods to increase property
values. For more information,
call Secret Woods Nature
Center, 954-357-8884.

Photo

Exhibit

Shows Civil

Rights Era

in Broward

County
"Visible," a collection of
photos depicting Fort Lau-
derdale's black community
during the Civil Rights era of
the 1950s and 1960s, is now
on display through July at the
African-American Research
Library and Cultural Center
(AARLCC), 2650 Sistrunk
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
The collection is from Fort
Lauderdale's Historical Soci-
ety's Gene Hyde Collection
and is part of "Our History is
American History: Blacks in
Broward 1900 to 2000." In
August, the exhibit travels to
Northwest Regional Library,
3151 University Drive, Coral
Springs; in September, West
Regional Library, 8601
W. Broward Blvd., Planta-
tion; and at Main Library,
100 S. Andrews Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, in October and
November. For more infor-
mation contact Tanya Si-
mons-Oparah, 954-357-7514,
tsimons browardlibrary.org.



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Deerfield Beach's Cafe Mineiro serve up a tasty slice of Brazilian life


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
For those seeking authentic
Brazilian fare and flair, Deer-
field Beach's expansive Cafe
Mineiro is the ideal spot to
indulge in the sights, sounds
and flavors of this soccer-
crazed nation.
Over the last five years,
owners Daniel and Neida
Arantes have created a truly
inviting atmosphere that will
provide guests with an unfor-
gettable Brazilian experience.
The large venue is sepa-
rated into 2 distinct sections.
First, upon entering the build-
ing, patrons will notice a cozy
fully-stocked bar on the left
with music and multiple TV
screens.
Beyond this area is the
very spacious main dining
room that can easily accom-
modate large groups for par-
ties and events. The cavernous
hall also includes a sizeable
stage where one can enjoy a
variety of musical acts on a
weekly basis. Of note is the
Nubian Band, a group of reg-
gae troubadours flown in from
Jamaica on the last Friday of
the month.
With regards to the food,
the service has been structured
in such a fashion as to provide
three options: the all-you-can-
eat fixed price Rodizio, the
pay-by-weight buffet and the
"a la carte" menu.
For lunch and dinner, the
quintessentially Brazilian
dining experience known as
Rodizio is a must-try for meat
lovers. This highly recom-
mended service allows you
unfettered access to a buffet
overflowing with rice, beans,
fried plantain, oxtail, chicken,
potato dishes as well as a huge
assortment of salads and side
dishes.
But then comes the fun
part: waiters in traditional
garb bring long skewers of
limitless meat right to your


This sample dish showcases a fewbuffet favorites such as zucchini, rice & beans,
chicken, oxtail, fried plantains and salad.


table and slice off as many
pieces as desired from the
filet mignon, top sirloin,
chicken, lamb, pork or sau-
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two sided red and green card:
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then the waiter will not bother every new skewer looks more
you, if you leave the green tantalizing than the last.
side up, this signifies that The second approach is
you are ready for more! The a popular method known as
various meats are fall-of-the- "por quilo" or by weight.
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selection of various meats and
side dishes and then pay based
on the weight of the food
consumed. At $6.49/pound, it
is quite a bargain and, again,
allows you to taste a variety of
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Turtle lights
Continued from page 2
their march to the sea.
Assistant to the Director
of Environmental Services
Director Chad Grecsek said
3,500 lineal feet along Ocean
Way from the north pavilion
to SE 9 Street will be refitted
with 225 energy efficient am-
ber LED bollards that direct
the light downward. EC Eagle
Construction, Inc. of Pom-
pano Beach has been awarded
the contract and will begin
dismantling the old lighting
fixtures next week. Under the
provision of the grant, they
must complete the project by
the end of September.
The city has already
installed the LED bollards on
Ocean Way from SE 9 to SE
10 Street as part of a drainage


project in that block of Ocean
Way.
Beachfront property own-
ers can do their part by com-
plying with the city's code
of ordinances, Chapter 34,
Article V, Sec. 34-96 which
outlines the outdoor lighting
restrictions.
Deerfield's beach is regu-
larly monitored by a 'turtle
patrol,' volunteers trained at
Gumbo Limbo to spot lighting
that attracts the young turtles.
They also walk the beach at
night to redirect turtles that
are heading the wrong way,
toward developed areas and
away from the water.
The city's efforts to further
'green-up' its beachfront will
continue when the poles and
lighting at the main beach
parking lot are replaced with
the amber LED fixtures and


when the fishing pier is rede-
veloped and that parking lot
is improved. Funds for these
projects will come from the
Community Redevelopment
Agency.


Pet store


Continued from page 1
ber of conditions including
controlling odors and sounds,
a 12-pound weight limit on
the dogs, a limit of 15 dogs
on site at any one time, daily
cleaning of the cages and
sound proof sleep rooms.
Vice Mayor Stuart Dodd
said he and his wife went
to the facility and arranged
a meeting with the owners,
Dominique and Dominick Ca-
sale. Mrs. Dodd also contact-
ed the owners' veterinarian.
"We were both extremely
impressed with their depth of
knowledge, care and con-
sideration of the animals in
their care," Dodd said of the
Casales. "I don't think any
applicant has ever been vetted
more. I wish them every suc-
cess.
Commissioner Chris Vin-
cent said he visited the store
with his wife and daughter
and they also were extremely
impressed. "The young
woman running the store was
extremely cordial, and it was
fantastic. With an operation
like that, I welcome you,"
Vincent said.
Mayor Roseanne Minnett
also went to the store and
gave it her okay as did staff
members who recommended
approval of the application.
The Casales have operated for
30 years in Miami Beach.
"All the puppies are part of
our family and will be treated
as such," Dominick Casale
told the commission.
"Pass it now please,"
resident Bob Fleishman urged.
"We want this doggie store."
The town's Planning &
Zoning Board approved the
application by a 3 to 2 vote
May 18. The shop is sched-
uled to open Aug. 1 on Com-
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Cafe Mineiro
Continued from page 16
traditional plates.
Lastly, one can opt to order
"a la carte". Some of the most
popular dishes are the Picanha,
an enormous grilled sirloin
steak topped with sauteed
onions and peppers and the
Muqueca Baiana, a bubbling
cauldron full of fresh King
fish and large shrimp sauteed
in lemon juice, coconut milk,
onions, peppers and tomatoes
served with rice and Yuca
flour sauce.
While trying to figure out
where to start a culinary voy-
age to South America, many
patrons order a refreshing
Caipirinha, Brazil's signature
drink made of wedged limes,
sugar and sugar-cane alcohol
known as cachaga.
Conveniently, Cafe Min-


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2012 Toyota Prius v: Being "green" in a station wagon


By Ric Green
PELICAN WRITER
With the price of gas
having most of us seeing
red, it might be time to
make some changes. June
16, 2011 was designated as
national "Dump the Pump"
day, by the American Public
Transportation Association to
encourage people to try mass
transit, walking, or bicycling
to their daily destinations.
But what about an alternative
to 21 MPG, (Miles per
Gallon) automobiles? One is
the new 2012 Prius v which
Toyota will have in U.S.
showrooms this fall.
The 2012 Prius v, with the
"v" expressing the vehicle's
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entrant in an expanding Prius
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Crockett
Foundation
Life Skills
Clinic and
Football

Camp
NFL fans will get an up
close look at some famous
players who hail from Pom-
pano Beach on Saturday.
The the players are more
interested in local youth for
the Crockett Life skills Clinic
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Four
Fields, 1700 NE 8 St., Pom-
pano Beach.
The Foundation, founded
by former NFL football
players and brothers Henri
and Zack Crockett, annual-
ly unites hundreds of local
youth with dozens of NFL
players from around the
country as a part of its Life
Skills Clinic and Football
Camp. The camp provides
mentoring with football,
educational opportunities,
health and awareness and
encourages today's youth
to overcome social limita-
tions and realize their full
potential.
The camp is free and will
include free food, t-shirts
and customized football
mouth pieces provided by
TAPOUT.
NFL football players that
will be an attendance
include retired Minnesota
Viking Linebacker Henri
Crockett, retired Oakland
Raider Fullback Zack
Crockett, retired Oakland
Raider Tight End OJ San-
tiago, Green Bay Packer
Cornerback Al Harris,
Oakland Raider Corner-
back Walt McFadden, Mi-
ami Dolphins Linebacker
Channing Crowder, Min-
nesota Viking Linebacker
EJ Henderson, Indianapolis
Colt Linebacker Clint Ses-
sion, New England Patriots
Running Back Fred Taylor,
Free Safety Tyrone Carter,
retired Baltimore Raven
Cornerback's Duane Starks
and Samari Rolle, retired
Miami Dolphin Tight End
Troy Drayton and re-
tired Chicago Bear Run-
ning back Autry Denson.
Player's appearances are
subject to their individual
schedules.
The Crockett Foundation is
a South Florida based non
profit organization focused
on local youth. For more
information call 954-786-
4111 or visit www.crock-
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20 The Pelican Friday, July 8, 2011


Scoreboard...
Pompano Beach Men's
Golf Assn., July 6
ONE BEST BALL
OF THREESOME
1st - Bob Dann, Ernie, Palin-
chik, Charlie Mennes . . . . 61
2nd - Jim McCarthy, Scott


Feinman, Leo Miller . . . 62
Closest to Pin, Pines, #7, Bob
Dann
Pompano Beach
Woman's Golf Assn
July 5
Summer luncheon golf event
TWO BEST BALLS OF
FOURSOME 1ST -


Angler drowns off Pompano
Beach
An afternoon storm surprised two fishermen in a small
boat Thursday, catapulting the men into the turbulent Atlantic
Ocean. Neither was wearing a life jacket, nor could they swim
well, and one of men drowned. The men had been fishing
together about 1 V2 mile off the Hillsboro Inlet.
The surviving man, Mercedes Solivan, 63, of Plantation, was
able to hang onto the side of the capsized, partially-submerged
13-foot skiff until a passing boat noticed him and pulled him
to safety just after 3:30 p.m. It's unclear exactly when the boat
capsized or how long he clung to it before he was rescued. His
fishing buddy, Jose Torres, 51, of Fort Lauderdale, was unable
to grab onto the boat and eventually sank beneath the surface.
Torres' body was found 35 to 40 minutes later by other boaters
just north of the inlet.


Kathy Stewart, Jan Ruck, Kim
Heath, Jackie Peck . . . . 125
2ND - Georgie Wright, Ja-
net Stuart, Patty Davis,
Pat Hamburger . . . . 129
Closest to the pin on #11
Class A - Jan Ruck
Class B - Shirley O'Neill
Class D - Elaine Schoengood
Pompano Beach Nine
Holers, July 5
Winning foursome with a
score of 62 - Metevier Carol,
Jackson Gwen, Haag Pat,
Price Joanne
Closest to the line on Hole
#7: Susana Rust

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of your company throughout
the evening. Call Karla at
508-332-0153 or Nona at 954-
304-4248. Deadline, July 15.
Leisure
The American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142 has Bingo
on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the
Post, 171 SW 2 St., Pompano
Beach. Food is available from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 954-
942-2448.
The NE Focal Point
Alzheimer's Day Care Cen-
ter, located at 301 N.W. 2nd
Avenue in Deerfield Beach,
offers a weekly Caregiver's
Support Group every Wednes-
day from 10 a.m. to noon.


Clubs
Zonta International meets
on the third Tuesday of the
month at Duffy's Diner, 401
N. Federal Hwy., Deerfield
Beach at 11:15 a.m. Zonta
International is a classified
service organization of execu-
tives and professionals work-
ing together to advance the
status of women locally and
worldwide through service
and advocacy. Call 561-392-
2223.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Senior Citizens Club
meets on the second Wednes-
day of the month at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6 St., Pompano Beach at
10 a.m. Activities focus on the
See SIGHTINGS on page 26


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Martial arts
Continued from page 1
like best? "Pushing them
down. I never pushed anyone
down before, but now I have."
Building confidence is one
of the many benefits of prac-
ticing martial arts - which em-
body discipline, self-esteem
perseverance, self-respect and
respect for others.
That's why the blind
children were brought here by
The Lighthouse of Broward,
a non-profit organization
that provides services and
training to people who are
blind or visually impaired. A


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martial arts is part of a daily
six-week summer camp that
includes such things as cook-
ing, swimming and mobility.
The martial arts sessions are
designed to teach them a few
self-defense moves and boost
their confidence.
The gym's co-owner and
head coach, Richard Liborio,
has opened the doors of the
immaculate gym to any blind
person who wants training
without charge. "It's my mis-
sion to help them," he said.
It's a mission he adopted after


his daughter lost her sight at
age four. After watching blind
people train here, he has seen
changes in their lives. "One
of them stayed at home doing
nothing. Now he comes every
day," Liborio explained. One
was so motivated that he rode
buses from Lauderhill three
days a week. They are active
now. They're improving their
fitness and developing skills.
Among the blind mar-
tial arts students who help
instruct others is 21-year-old
Felipe Rodriguez, of Oakland
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Services & RE classes Sunday at I 1:00am
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SCHRIST CHURCH

UNITED METHODIST
SUNDAY WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M.
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE
210 N.E. 3RD S I REET - i'OMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404
www.echrisichurch.org


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at Temple Sholom
A PROGRESSIVE, CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE
Minyon Monday-Friday 8:45 AM.
Sunday 9 AM.
Sabbath Services Friday 7:30 P.M.
Saturday 9.30 A.M.
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
954-942-6410
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St. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.\' 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Hyvenson Joseph
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 9a.m.


ST. ELIZABETH
OF HUNGRY
ROMAN CATHOUC
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Sun. Mass Schedule: 7:30 am (Creole) 9 am (Eng)
10:30 am (Eng) -12:00 (Creolel
Weekdays: Monday - Saturday 8:00 am
Monday, Wednesday & Frida) 5:30 pm (Eng. only)
Monday & Wednesday 7:00 pm (Creole)
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


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Roman Catholic Church
1200 S Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm * 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am * 9:00 am * 11:00 am
12.30 pm * 600 pm
Weekdays 7:00 am * 8:00 am
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impressive story. Rodriguez
began training here seven
months ago, and in May he
rose to Florida State Cham-
pion of the North American
Grappling Association. He
won it while competing
against an opponent who can
see.
Grappling is a form of
wrestling that is done entirely
on the mat as opposed to
standing and moving around.
Rodriguez's early training in
judo was an obvious advan-
tage. As a boy, he taught judo
before losing his eyesight in
2004.
Rodriguez praises the
environment and culture of
the American Top Ten Gym.
"Everyone respects you here,
and you don't get any sense
of discrimination," he says.
And there are intangible
benefits as well. "You under-
stand that concentration helps
your movement," he said.
And he enjoys the overall at-
titude that's embedded in the
training. "You learn to respect
people, and they respect you."
"Respect" is a word that's
heard often in the gym. It's
evident in the language and
demeanor of Ricardo Liborio
and his instructors.
For two years now Libo-
rio has provided this training.
Students kids The Lighthouse
plan to be back for addi-
tional sessions. "They are my
inspiration," said Liborio, a
world champion in Jiu-Jitsu,
whose life has been touched
by blindness and is driven to
help those who cannot see.







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Friday, July 8, 2011


Classifieds


HELP WANTED
FULL SERVICE NAIL
TECHNICIANNeededWithOr
Without Following- Pompano
Beach The Orange Room
Salon. 954-782-8838. 7-22


SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
CNA/HHA- LOOKING FOR
A JOB! Honest, Over 10 Yrs.
Exp. Working W/Elderly. Live
In/Out. Cooking, Cleaning &
More. 954-297-8602. 7-8

CNA/HHA- Honest, Reliable,
Trustworthy. Experienced
CNA Seeks Position To Work
With Elderly. 954-532-9103 Or
786-991-8366. 7-8

HHA - WITH EXCELLENT
REFERENCES! 26 Years
Experience. Will Take Care
Of Your Loved Ones. Day/
Night Shifts. Have Own
Transportation. 954-397-0010.
7-8


SERVICES
PLUMBING - ALL PHASES
- Leak Repairs, Fixtures, Fair
Pricing. Senior Discounts.
BEAT ALL PRICES! 954-661-
6329. 7-8

HOUSECLEANING- MOVE
IN/MOVE OUT. Clean,
Ironing. Laundry Take Out &
Bring Back. Clean- Save Your
Time. Call 954-531-6165. 7-8

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

RETIRED PLUMBING
CONTRACTOR Looking For
Work. No Job Too Small. Free
Estimates!! CFC032573. Call
954-496-6420. 7-8

GINGERS HOUSEKEEPING
- 20 Years Experience.
(Licensed) References
Available! Honest & Reliable.
Love To Clean Windows! Help
Organize - No Problem. Free
Estimates. 954-200-4266. 7-22

GOT JUNK? DUMP TRUCK
- CLEANUP , Trees/
Landscape, Yard Fill. Paint/
Pressure Wash/ Roofs/Home
Repairs - Welding, Etc. Dave
954-818-9538. 7-29

EMERALD IRISH
CLEANING - Est. 20 Yrs.
English Speaking. Cleaning
Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors. SUMMER SPECIAL!
3 Hrs $55 - 4 Hrs $70.
Service Guaranteed. www.
emeraldirishcleaning.com.
954-524-3161. You Will Do An
Irish Jig. 7-8


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
New GREEN technology. New
defroster control saves energy in
home refrigerators, commercial
chillers. Patented. All optical.
Simple mfg. Strategic partners
needed..www.NewAvionics.Com.
954-568-1991. C


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PERSONALS
TRYING TO LOCATE DIXIE
Who Worked At The Buy Fair
Restaurant In Pompano Beach
Approx 1968 - 1971. Call
William 225-278-1069. 7-8


MUSICIANS
WANTED
TheAmerican Legion Symphonic
Band is now accepting new
members forth 2011-2012 season.
College age to "seasoned seniors"
are welcome. Rehearsals are held
on Wed. evenings at American
Legion Post 142 in Pompano.
Percussionists, euphonium and
clarinet players are especially
needed. If you enjoy "making
music," call Jim McGonigal,
Music Director at 954-647-0700
for more info.


TOWNHOUSE
FOR RENT
POMPANO ORCHARD
GROVE Townhouse (3 Story)
1 Car Garage. 2/2 + Den + 2
---1/2 Baths. $1500 Month.
Please Call 954-474-4335 Or
954-557-3389. 7-8


BEACH AREA
POMPANO - DEERFIELD
- STUDIO & 1 BEDROOMS
- Furnished & Unfurnished.
All Utilities Included. Starting
At $695 & Up. Pool, Laundry
Room On Premises. 954-608-
7368. 7-15


DEEP WATER
VILLA- DOCK
POMPANO BEACH FOR
LEASE - 2/2 --- 1600 SQ FT.
Remodeled - Screened Fla
Room. Private Yard. W/D. 4
Park, 2 Blocks Beach. $1,600
Month. 954-629-1324. 7-15


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CONDOS FOR
SALE
PALM-AIRE 105 9th FLOOR
- 2/2 Split King. 1500 + Sq
Ft. Furn + Exquisite Piano,
Upgrades, New Air, W/D.
Country Large Kitchen..
Exceptional! $137K - Price
Negotiable. Call 954-895-
4596. 7-8

POMPANO E OF FEDERAL
- 2/2 - 1st Floor. Short
Distance To Beach, Golf &
More! $84,900. Call Barbara
- Balistreri Realty - 954-263-
7129. 7-8

POMPANO AEGEAN -
Corner 2/2, Wrap-a-round
Balcony, Tiled, W/D, Security,
Hi DefTV. HotTub.Was $435K
-Now $318K Dynasty RE 954-
295-2356. 7-15

POMPANO BEACH - SEA
HAVEN CONDOS 1 & 2
Bedrooms. Waterfront
- 2 Blocks Beach. Covered
Parking. Security. Heated
Pool. Screened Balcony. From
$115K. Coldwel Banker. 954-
629-1324. 7-22


CONDOS FOR
RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH
Waterfront Furnished 2/2,
Huge Balcony. Awesome View!
Heated Pool, Cable, Covered
Parking. No Pets Or Realtors.
Good Credit Required.Annual
$1100. Call 631-885-3342.
7-15

LIGHTHOUSE VILLAGE
CONDO - 2/2, Garage, 1st
Floor, W/D. Lots Of Closets.
Quiet Neighborhood. Close
To Shopping & Beach. Pool
& Tennis Courts. $1250 Per
Month. 954-785-6240. 7-8

LIGHTHOUSE POINT - 2/2
Large Unfurnished Apt. Tile,
A/C, Pool. Near Federal And
Sample Road. $800 MonthAnd
Security. Please Call 954-786-
1583. 7-8

POMPANO AEGEAN - 2/2
Furnished - Tiled, Ocean
View, W/D, Security, Hi Def
TV, Widest Beach, Hot Tub.
$1500 Month. Dynasty RE
954-295-2356. 7-15


POMPANO BEACH - Sea
HavenCondo. 1 & 2 Bedrooms.
Waterfront - 2 Blocks Beach.
Covered Parking. Security,
Heated Pool. Screened Balcony.
From $800. Coldwell Banker
954-629-1324. 7-22 Box Bold.

DEERFIELD BEACH 2/2
Corner Unit. NewA/C, Pool, No
Pets Or Realtors. Good Credit
Required. Annual $825/$850.
Call 631-885-3342. 7-15


APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FORRENT. Remodeled, Paint,
Tile, Etc. W & D On Site. Pool.
Pet Friendly. Call George954-
809-5030. 7-29

POMPANO MCNAB RD& NE
18 AVENUE- 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Furnished/Unfurnished. $700
- $900 And Up. Pool, Tile
Floors. Central A/C. 954-610-
2327. 7-8

POMPANO A1A
APARTMENTS &
EFFICIENCIES Starting At
$279. Includes Utilities, WIFI,
Maid Service, W/D, BBQ,
Pool Access. Pay Weekly Or
Monthly. 954-943-3020 Ext
0. 7-8

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 Apt.
Or Efficiency. V2 Block To
Beach. $775/$475 Per Month.
More Information Call 239-
898-4799. 7-8

LIGHTHOUSE POINT EAST
OF FEDERAL - Close To
Beach, Shopping And 1-95. 1
Bedroom Apartment - $800
A Month. Pool. Call 954-781-
8005. 7-15

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Apartment. $750 To $850
Month. 12 Block To Ocean.
Pool, Laundry Facilities. No
Dogs. 954-260-8811 Or 954-
245-8492. 7-15

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 E
OF FEDERAL - Tiled, 10'
Overhang.WalkTo Everything.
Park At Your Door. $700
Month. 954-254-6325. 7-22

POMPANO BEACH - 2/1
Apartment. Pool. Walk To
Shopping! Off Federal
Highway! $775 Month. No
Dogs. Robert 954-747-
1000....1960 NE 48 St. 7-8


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POMPANO GARDENS - $795
-1/1 - $200 Deposit. Nice Area
- Minutes To Beach - Pet OK.
Please Call 954-515-2554. 7-8

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 NW
$650 - SW 1/1 $725 - 2/1
$925 - 2/1 NE $950 - TH 2/1.5
$1095 -All FREE Water. Rent
+ $70 Mov-U-In. 954-781-
6299. 7-15

POMPANO BEACH 1 & 2
Bedroom From $495. Easy Move-
in. 1/2 OFF DEPOSIT Remodeled.
Great Location. 954-783-1088 For
More Info. 8-12


STUDIOS -
EFFICIENCIES
DEERFIELD BEACH A1A
- Live at the beach off season.
Efficiencies available for $300
Weekly, pay as you go, no
deposit or security, cable, pool,
laundry, wireless. Ocean Villa
954-427-4608. 7-15


OUTDOOR
STORAGE
DEERFIELD BEACH
OUTDOOR STORAGE For
Boats, RV's, Commercial
Vehicles & More. Call Chris
At 954-520-1777. 7-22



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COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT
POMPANO COMMERCIAL
OFFICE SPACES Available.
Ranging From As Low As $500
To $700 Depending On Square
Footage. Please Call Darci At 954-
783-3723. 7-8

HIGH QUALITY
EXECUTIVEOFFICESPACE
- 204-368 Sq Ft - Utilities
Included- Shared Conference
Room - Flexible Lease Terms.
Call John 866-526-1820. 7-8

POMPANO BEACH FOR
RENT - Small Drive Up
Warehouse - Your Best Deal
In Pompano. Only $232 Per
Month. Scott At 954-946-
4087. 7-22


MUSICAL ITEMS
BABY GRAND PIANO - $1,200
FIRM. CALT 954-783-8700.

ORGAN for SALE - Excellent
condition. $400. Call 954- 295-
0194


ANTIQUES
WANTED OLD ORIENTAL
RUGS - IMMEDIATE
Maximum CASH. Call 954-
561-5333 Anytime. Oriental
Rug Palace. 3000 N Federal
Hwy. Ft Lauderdale. 8-19


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Continued from page 19
unit that works to power the
compact, lightweight transaxle
and another smaller motor that
works as the electric power
source.
The Prius v emphasizes
overall proportion with
spaciousness and flexibility
which is perfect for the for the
active South Florida family.
There is an impressive amount
of space for passengers front
and rear. A low, wide-opening
rear hatch reveals 34.3 cubic
feet of cargo space behind the
rear seats, making it the most
spacious dedicated hybrid
vehicle on the market.
No one is going to confuse
the 2012 Prius v for a racecar.
It gets from 0-60 mph in
10.4 seconds, which is a bit
slower than its sister's time
of 9.5 thanks partially to its


increased interior space that
contributes to a weight gain
of 230 pounds. Top speed for
the "v" is 103 miles an hour.
When cruising around town
it is certainly on the quiet
side. Ramp up to speed to get
on an interstate like 1-95 and
you can clearly hear the gas
engine working its little heart
out.
Making for a smoother ride
the Prius "v" is equipped
with new anti-oscillation
technology, to keep the car
from bouncing up and down
when going over recurring
bumps. Wheel sensors detect
when the suspension starts
to oscillate in reaction to
something like evenly spaced
freeway expansion joints.
The drive computer then
applies a little bit of torque
from the hybrid system's
electric motor that cancels
out the bouncing motion.


Pretty cool!
However to a certain market
te extra cubic feet of cargo
space and the anti-oscillation
technology is not as appealing
as Toyota's new Entune
system which is coupled with
new navigation and audio
head units plus lower-priced
flash-memory-based unit.
Working with your mobile
phone Entune will bring apps
such as Pandora, iHeartRadio,
OpenTable, MovieTickets.
com, and Bing into the car.
Additional apps are in the
near future. This technology
makes me wonder about the
future of XM radio.
If you want lowering your
fuel costs, then wait for the
fall roll out of Toyota's Prius
v. The newest addition to the
Hybrid market is a roomy
and comfortable vehicle with
awesome tech toys that makes
being "green" fun and easy.


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Hideaway
Continued from page 12
been in and out many times
and they are wonderful about
that. I've talked with others
who have their boats here
and they, too, are so pleased
with the service. Oh, and I'm
grateful for the shade of the
Tiki hut and free ice."
A number of the boats are
in storage for the summer
season. "These people don't
want to worry about possible
hurricanes or bad storms
which can severely damage
and even destroy
a boat," Kina says. "We do
offer a hurricane special for
$750. Those who take ad-
vantage of our offer pay $375
to reserve a spot. They bring
their boats in when warnings
are issued and we will keep
their boats dry for up to 24


hours after the bad weather
has left. They pay the balance
when they pick up the boat.
Space is limited so we suggest
making reservations early on.
People who do this are invest-
ing in peace of mind. They're
glad if there is no hurricane
and happy to have a safe har-
bor if there is."
Service and Retail
Parts
Service Manager, Joseph
Pasuit, has been with Hide-
away Marina for 18 years.
"I'm proud of my team and
its excellent reputation in the
boating community," he says.
"We service outside clients
as well as storage clients who
get preferential labor rates for
repairs. My staff includes two
licensed technicians, a de-
tailer, a fiber glass technician
and a parts manager. We are
dealers for Mercury, Volvo


and BRP Johnson Evinrude.
We sell parts for all three
manufacturers. We service
the engines of Mercury and
Volvo and provide a warranty
on our repairs."
Pasuit started his career
as a boat washer. He ended
up going to factory schools
where he trained and still re-
trains as a certified technician.
He holds a Master's certifica-
tion with Mercury and calls
that a plus because, he says,
"there aren't too many around
with a Master's."
Pasuit adds, "I'm a boater
myself and I cannot stress
enough the importance of
keeping a boat in shape. Fol-
low the recommended service
interval schedules and repair
any problem as soon as you
discover it. Boaters who wait
too long usually end up with
complicated repairs. Be sure


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your safety equipment is up
to date and don't drink and
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brings rough seas."
Paul Laya, owner of a
31-foot Sonic Performance
Boat, has high praise for
Pasuit, saying, "Joe does su-
perior work and is very fair.
He is well recognized in the
marine industry. We've
been using Hideaway Marina
since 2006, and we continue
to be impressed with their
capable office staff and ser-
vice department."
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the marine industry since 1987
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seven years.
Controller, Kina, has ex-
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business. She's a graduate of
FAU with a Master's degree
in accounting. She says, "My
education and industry experi-
ence are well utilized in this
job."
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Friday, July 8 Monday, July 11 Thursday, July 14
High 2:17 AM High 5:22 AM Low 2:04 AM
Low 8:40 AM Low 11:43 AM High 8:14 AM
High 3:06 PM High 6:18 PM Low 2:24 PM
Low 9:11 PM High 8:54 PM
Saturday, July 9 Tuesday, July 12 This Week's Tide
High 3:15 AM Low 12:16 AM Ta ess d
Tables should not be
Low 9:42 AM High 6:24 PM used for navigational
High 4:10 PM Low 12:40 PM used for navigational
Low 10:15 PM High 7:15 PM purposes.
Boaters should confirm
Sunday, July 10 Wednesday, July 13 tables with theCoast
High 4:18 AM Low 1:12 AM Guard Weather
Low 10:44 AM High 7:21 AM Stationlnformation
High 5:16 PM Low 1:34 PM taken from
Low 11:17 PM High 8:07 PM www.saltwatertides.com


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With this weather, charter

aboat or get yours in shape


This weekend could be
a wash for lots of boaters
out there. We have a
tropical wave sitting on
us giving us some pretty
nasty thunderstorms. These
thunderstorms have a


tendency to become worse
once they reach the ocean.
Even though we may have
unstable weather doesn't
mean that the fishing is going
to be bad.
We are still getting daily


Weekly Fishing

Report
Capt. RJ Boyle is an experienced angler
in Snu,, Florida. His studio is located in
Lighthouse Point. Call 954-420-5001..


reports from the charter boats
and some of the hardcore
fishermen that the dolphin
bite has been consistent and
the wahoos are starting to
really chew.
At some point this weekend
you will see some nice
wahoos caught because the
bonitos have shown up again
over the last three days.
With these storms around
you need to make sure all of
your safety gear on the boat is
up to date and ready to go just
in case.
Take a look at your
lifejackets, vhf radio and
your backup hand held radio,
along with your raft or any


other flotation devices and
make sure they are in working
order.
Most of the storms don't
last too long but things can
go bad quickly if you are not
prepared.
If you are wondering about
your gear and you really want
to get out fishing think about
chartering a local charter boat.
They are equipped to handle
anything and can give you the
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COBRA, Panthers score event

for Boca youth
City of Boca Raton Athletics, or COBRA is a year-round
sports program, for youth in Boca Raton. And city officials hope
parents and children will come out to help launch the program
July 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Sanborn Square in downtown Boca.
It will be a double-header with special guests, including the
ice dancers, from the Florida Panthers Ice Hockey team. Live
music, giveaways and lots of sports will take place. COBRA
is the new city-operated sports program. The event is free and
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citizens. Trips and outings are
offered. Call 954-943-7787.
Health
Yoga class for all levels at
Hagen Park, behind the City
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Anglers haul in $20,000 for
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a serious illness or crisis raised $20,000 at its Dream family
fishing tournament this month.
The tournament kicked off with a Captain's Party at the
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female angler winner was Lorraine Whetstone from Saultydog Saultydog crew
and top pee wee angler was Ben Stone. After the weigh in, a
post-tournament BBQ and pool party took place.
Tournament sponsors included Citrix Systems, Inc. and City
National Bank.
Proceeds from the tournament will go directly to Deliver the
Dream's Family Retreat Program, which helps families who
have a child or a parent living with an illness or going through a
crisis. Deliver the Dream retreats take place every month for up
to 15 families, free of charge.
More About Deliver the Dream
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Continued from page 26
whole family can participate
in an evening of discovery
while uncovering the natu-
ral history and myths of
sea turtles at the Museum
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July, the museum hosts
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RMA
Continued from page 28

commission/CRA Board may be called to expedite the process.
The CRA area is 1,000 acres, and there are a lot of alterna-
tives and thoughts, ity Manager John Stunson said.
"Kim Breisemeister is intimately familiar with our CRA
and with successful CRAs in Broward County and Palm Beach
County," Vice Mayor Anne Sallee said. "We have a complex
plan that needs to be reviewed and a tight deadline. It's to our
benefit to work with them. They have worked closely with
(Oakland Park) Main Street," Sallee said, adding she is very
supportive of staff's recommendation to choose RMA.
Stunson said that by Aug. 31 staff wants to have some pre-
liminary findings. "We hope we will be on the way in October
with a plan consensus and the first steps of an action plan" in
order to go before the county," he said.
Commissioner John Adomato asked if the consultant would
work with the Oakland Park Main Street organization. Stunson
said "Yes, that is the understanding we had with the commis-
sion and the understanding we have going forward."
Mayor Suzanne Boisvenue expressed concerns about the
cost and whether RMA would do more than just tell the city
what they need to do or could they work on marketing. Stunson
said they were ranked high because they can do implementa-
tion, as well.


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as participants explore the
nature center's inhabitants
through hands-on experi-
ences, crafts, and other
activities. The fee is $75
per camper per week. Call
954-357-5198.


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