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Publication Date: June 2, 2009
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Special SRIA Meeting Announces New Traffic Engineer, Approves Spot For Waterslide


It took a special board meeting by
the Santa Rosa Island Authority on
Wednesday, May 27, but the Beach now
has a traffic engineer, ready to study
traffic situations and a new waterside
will begin operation at the location of
the old Bank of the South
Baskerville-Donovan Engineers,
Inc, will coordinate the Traffic Circu-
lation and Parking Study using Tony
Russo of Tinsdale Oliver as the con-
sultant begimnng this month
"The areas which will be studiedin
June and July are limited to the
Quetwater area, Casino Beachparking
lot and the SRIA parking lot," said Jim
Waite ofBaskerville Donovan
Board member Dave Pavlock noted
that the funding for this study is allo-
cated from the Island Beautification
Fund andis not to exceed $57,850 The
vote was four to one with Dr Thomas
Campanella against
The members went on to approve
for one year the operation of a
waterside at the former Bank of the
Southlocation Considerable debate con-


cermng the safety of the slide in this
location had preceded this decision
Buck Lee, SRIA executive director, said
that parking on Ft Pickens Road a this
busy area would not be safe
"Staff has made a list often recom-
mendations which address operational
and safety conditions," Lee said
The shde would be accessed by
customers coming from the Casino
Beach parking lot Signage on the Pier
would direct the individuals to the slide
from the Beach
Chic Demareau, owner ofthe com-
peting waterslide installed on the Sound,
said he was concerned about safety is-
sues
He then inquired, "Can I get a sign
on the Pier for my business, too?"
Lee referred this to the attorney
Mike Stebbins who said he would have
to look into that
Rob Babcock, owner of the shde
and the Portofino management com-
pany, said he is ready to operate the
slide
"I feel that I have addressed health


and safety issues," he said
BoardmemberVemonPrather said,
"For the slide that has no home, I would
like to have conditional approval for one
year with a follow-up from Mr Lee and
Mr West with their concerns at any
point in time "
The slide was approvedby a 5 to 0
vote
After the special boardmeeting, the
committees convened and Dotte Ford,
Director of Finance, reported that the
April revenues showed the SRIA is up
by $48,000 That report was accepted
unammously by the Administrative
Committee
The Development and Leasing
Committee tackled the problem of mar-
keting two tracts of land now available
on Via de Luna One is at 1500 Via de
Luna and was the site of the old water
tower The parcel is 50 x 50 and was
previously appraised at $65,000 The
committee voted 2-1 to put this prop-
erty out for bid with Tammy Bohannon
voting against
The former Circle Kpropertynow


belongs to the SRIA and was appraised
at $575,000 in 2007 The Committee
voted to retain the property until the
economy improves in a 2 to 1 vote
Bothitems will appear onthe regu-
lar agenda at the Full Boardmeeting
Mike Pmzone of Sunset Holdings
asked to extend the management agree-
ment at the Gulf Pier to May 23, 2039
since he is seeking a construction loan
that requires at least thirty years to se-
cure the loan Ed Guernsey moved for
approval and Campanella seconded
"The ambience of the old world
existshere,"Campanellasaid "Youhave
a top notch view, and open space, and
the fishing pier is part of that"
The request was approved 2 to 1
withBohannonvoting against, citing the
neednotto tie the hands of future boards
The Architectural and Environmen-
tal committee celebrated Dave Pavlock's
birthday with a request from the
Sandshaker to place a sign in a right-of-
way area near Cook Realty The request
was based on a decision made in 1996 to
allow the then owner, Linda Taylor, to


erect the sign The SRIAattorney, Mike
Stebbins, pointed out that the sign was
never erected and the approval expired
when the ownership ofthe bar changed
Sandshaker owners are considering al-
ternative sites for a new sign
The Operations Committee heard
from Bob West, SRIA safety director,
who now oversees trolley operations
"I am now collecting data to make
sure the routes are being used," he said
Dr Campanella noted that rder-
ship was higher when the trolleys were
not air conditioned
"Theyhave lost their Disney mys-
tique," he said
Engineer Jim Walte said the trolley
system would be part of the new traffic
study Buck Lee added that fifteen trol-
ley stops on Via de Luna and Ft Pickens
Road will be equipped with new
benches
The Full Board meeting will be
Wednesday, June 10 at 5 pm at the
Authonty office All meetings are open
to the public


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by E.K Hewson


Puss in Steel Toe Boots
There is nothing like three people
trying to share the same bathroom
everymormngto make apersoncurse
the day these words were uttered from
her lps "Of course, sweetheart we
can save money andremodel the bath-
room ourselves We can take before
and after pictures I might even get a
few columns out of the experience "
What toilet water had I been
drinking ? Save money -that's code
in our house for buy more power tools
for future, very future, remodeling
projects As for the before and after
pictures, you can forget that because
by the time we are finished with this
bathroom project technology will
have moved onto something else be-
sides digital cameras And so it con-
tinues that I, the Human Lady of the
Hewson household, awake every
morning at 5 a m m order to shower
before both the Colonel and the Kid
greetthe day because the masterbath-
room is nothing but exposed beams
and insulation, plywood flooring and
piles of fixtures that would probably
be rejectedby Habitat For Humanity's
Second Hand Store
"Sweetheart, think how lovely
it is that you can hear the birds so
clearly while brushing your teeth,"
says the Colonel The dual sinks are
still operational, but the once tiled
ceiling is nothing but sheets of clear


plastic hanging on by a few power
staples AndI domeana few because
we ran out of staples before tightly
securing the sheets Chirping birds
are great, however, I just don't want
a repeat of the giant yellowjacket that
had made its way through the plastic
and that I had to ward off with my
electric toothbrush and a can of
hairspray So I nagged a little and
some progress was made
Which brings me to the realiza-
tion that I now know how curiosity
killed the cat Sparky, our feline
phenom, has been quite mtriguedwith
what isgomg oninherbathroom Yes,
her bathroom Aplace where she used
to lay her weary bones on the nice
cool tile, where she once slept on the
fresh clean towels all neatly folded
and waiting to be used by the Human
Lady and the Colonel, where she
loved to jump from one sink to the
next and knock over hand lotion, con-
tact lens solution and hairspray, yet
daintily weave around shaving cream,
deodorant and after shave Hmmm
Then it finally happened She found
her way into the runs of the master
bathroom
"Has anyone seen Sparky?"
asked the Kid We could all hear her,
but we couldn't locate her Herme-
ows seemed like they were coming
from the walls And they were
"I found her," I yelled and I


raced downstairs to the garage to get
my crab net She was hanging on for
dear life somewhere between the
master bathroom on the fourth floor
of the house and the kitchen on the
second floor
Trying not to frighten her, I gen-
tly angledmy netunderneath her com-
pletely stretched out and shaking
body I scooped her in my net and
lifted her to safety Once she was clear
of any immediate danger, she started
to tell her story m deep, long drawn
outmeows She wrestledher way out
of the net and into the Colonel's arms
He started to coo over her and say
what a scare she had given us all I
could hearherpurring The Kideven
got in a few extra pets So I took the
chance, reached in and gave her a few
head scratches True to form, she gave
meatoothbearinghiss Thegratitude
I get for saving her life
As I left the master bathroom, I
picked up my crabbing net and was
determined she would not have the
lastword "Hey Sparky," I said "Next
time you'll be Puss in steel toe boots "
No one laughed and it was then that I
couldn't tell if she was rolling her cat
eyes at me or just trying to savor the
moment ofbemgheldinthe Colonel's
arms, all snuggled against his chest
Some houses have too many cooks
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The biggest business month
of the year is looming for the
Pensacola Beach Chamber of Com-
merce as they get ready for the
Fourth of July Fireworks extrava-
ganza and the Blue Angels Air
Show
Maureen LaMar, executive di-
rector, gave the board and members
an update on the Blue Angels Show
at the May 26 membership meetmg
LaMar explained the duties of
the Chamber in helping sponsor the
Air Show
"The Chamber provides volun-
teers and refreshments for the VIP
tent, helps coordinate the Blue
Angel's Wives Luncheon and hosts
the refreshments at the Blue Angels
Friday night reception at the Hilton,"
she said
Red, White and Blues week will
beginWednesday, July 8 and culmi-
nates with the July 11 Air Show
The annual Fourth of July week-
end is close and plans are complete
for the Kaboom celebration which
the Chamber sponsors along with
Fun Coast Promotions
Doug McAllister, Fun Coast
owner, secured $15,000 from
Escambia County for Kaboom which
will be added to the $20,000 dedi-
cated to the fireworks show by the
Santa Rosa IslandAuthonty All bills
and invoices will be paid directly to
the vendors from the Chamber A full
weekend of events will surround the
Fourth of July Kaboom celebration
including live music, movies and
other entertainment which will be
announced at a later date
The Economic Development
sub-committee of the All-For-One
initiative has allocated one seat for
a representative of the Pensacola
Beach Chamber Jim Cox attended
the May 26 meeting and said, "It is
important in the long term regarding
how this Beach will be governed and
what would happen to the SRIA "
During the Member's
Roundtable, Sandi Johnson reported
that the Pensacola Beach Woman's
Club Installation of Officers would
be on June 4 Lynda Knell is the new
president Summer meetings will be
at Hemingway's and the group will
move into their new quarters in the
Beach Church Fellowship Hall in
September The Krewe of Wrecks
has already made a donation of $500


to be used to help furnish their room
Rick Gordon said the Corvette
Show will be held inconjunctionwith
the Chamber's Taste of the Beach
on September 19
Karen Cook and Diane Tyson
announced the Santa Rosa Kid's
House received donations of $18,000
which included $2,500 from the
Krewe of Bananimals at a luncheon


Channel Five News Anchor
Rose Havens, left, prepares Beach
Chamber Events Chairman Nan
Harper for her on-air appearance
during a break in the live remote
news production held at the
Spnnghill Suites, May 21. Harper
eloquently invited viewers to the
Chamber's July Fourth, Taste of
the Beach, Art and Wine Weekend
and Season Your Holidays events.


hosted by Cook Realty
The next meeting of the Cham-
ber will be at 8 30 am Tuesday, June
30attheComfortInn BusmessAfter
Hours will be at Tiki Island Golf and
Games on the same day at 5 30 p m
If you want information about
joining the Chamber or additional
event information call Maureen
LaMar at 850-932-1500


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STake4wo Apples


and call me in the morning...
The doctor is in and she's hip, too!


Recently, a popular magazine
did a study. It wasn't the greatest
study in terms of design or methods,
but I do think it helps to illustrate
the significance of stress in our daily
lives. I will attempt a summary for
you.
The study consisted of having
a few individuals (I think it was
approximately ten women) change
nothing in their lives except to make
sure they got a full night's sleep ev-
ery night. They were not supposed
to change their diet or increase their
exercise or make any other changes.
They were simply to sleep at least
eight hours each night. The dura-
tion of the study also wasn't very
long-on the order of a couple of
weeks only. At the end of this time
frame, all the women had lost
weight
Now, there are a lot of unan-
swered questions about what exactly
happened during the study period,
and also there was not a control


By Tracey Pinkston, J.D., M.D.


group (a group that does not get the
prescribed sleep); nevertheless, the
results do parallel what would be
expected in terms of stress levels.
We have more and more indication
that high stress levels lead to signifi-
cant physiologic changes. The term
"adrenal fatigue" has been coined to
describe this.
Basically, our diurnal cortisol
variations get out of sync and our
body prepares for "fight or flight,"
including, among other changes, the
conservation of calories and in-
crease in weight. It was not surpris-
ing that with increased sleep each
night, which presumably reduces
overall stress levels, that weight loss
would occur. We don't know
whether the women made other
changes, consciously or subcon-
sciously or the details of their sleep
habits before and during the study.
However, the results do mesh well
with current theories of adrenal fa-
tigue and the role of stress in obe-


sity and weight gain.
In addition to increasing the
amount of sleep per night, other
stress-reducing techniques that may
help to relieve adrenal fatigue and
possibly promote a more lean body
mass include daily time for relax-
ation or meditation (15 to 20 min-
utes at least of personal quiet time),
following a daily routine, eliminat-
ing negative people and negative
conversations from your lives, and
exercising.
Dietary changes can be of help,
too. Alkaline diets help to promote
natural detoxification and reduce
stress at the cellular level. Other
dietary interventions may need to be
made if there are significant food in-
tolerances. Whether headaches, di-
gestive intolerances, rashes or other
complaints, these intolerances may
all boil down to food allergies. A
comprehensive allergy profile can
help sort that out If significant food
allergies exist, eliminating these


foods from your diet or beginning a
rotational food schedule (where you
eat an offending food no more often
than every fourth day) can also sig-
nificantly relieve the stress burden
on your body. With lowered stress
levels, we expect to see the kind of
results the women in the study ex-
perienced-weight loss without any
other major interventions. Getyour
ZZZs and let me know how it works
for you!


Keep Reading Please always
consult your doctor before starting
or stopping any medication or nu-
tritional supplement.
(These statements have not been reviewed
by the Food and Drug Administration. This ar-
ticle is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent,
or cure any disease. This article is intended for
general informational purposes only. It is not
intended as specific medical advice for any indi-
vidual. Please seek the advice of a physician or
other licensed health care provider before under-
taking any health-related changes in your medi-
cations or lifestyle.)


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reading' the water Fiesta Celebration Comes To Beach
Decorated boats and sandy art- from Illinois to sculpt their inaugu- or register the day of the event at
by Saiter R ists will be the top attractions at the ralentry Download the registration the Beach Community Bank wel-
by Saltwater Rick Fiesta of Five Flags events on form on www fiestaoffiveflags org come tent All events are free
Pensacola Beach, June 6-7
The Centennial Imports Fiesta OPEN OAM-3AM 7 DAYS A WiEK SANDSAUKLCOM


Fishing season
is in full swing around the Island
and reports of Flounder in the
Sound are coming in from every-
where Ft Pickens is open again
and that's the best place to go if
you're in the mood for a beautiful
day of Flat Fishm' The shallow
sandy strip that runs all along the
Pensacola Pass and then into
Pensacola Bay is the place to be
Anything from a live shrimp to an
artificial grub is sure to get some
action The best time as always is
on the out-going tide


Sandshaker
bartender by
night and
buswhacking
spearfisher by
day -
Alex
Gonzalez
shows off a
Spadefish she
speared last
month in area
waters.


There is so much bait in the
waters that it's hard not to get
some action Black Drum, Red
Drum, and Spanish Macs are
pounding the bait The King are
also running in at Sun-up and if
you're there it's a spectacular
show as the King Macs enter the
Bay system through the Pass
The Specks are getting big
and very clean all over the grass
beds The feel of one taking a
topwater bait is a thrill that is hard
to beat
Doyourselfa favor- GoFishmn'


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Boat Parade will take to the water
Saturday, June 6 at 12 30 p m on
PensacolaBay The parade will start
atthe mouth of the Bayou Chico and
can be seen from the Quietwater
Boardwalk on Pensacola Beach The
public is invited to join the proces-
sion m their boats
The parade will be followed by
the historic DeLuna Landing Cer-
emony which begins at 3 pm at the
Quietwater Amphitheater The cer-
emony is a festive re-enactment of
what might have happened when
Don Tristan DeLuna landed on
Pensacola Beach nearly 450 years
ago
Sand artists will arrive early on
Sunday, June 7 for the Beach Com-
munity BankFiesta Sand Sculpture
Contest which begins at 8 am at
the Gulfside Pavilion Grab your
beach pall and shovel and head out
to Pensacola Beach for a day of fun
m the sun
Well-practiced teenagers from
the Beach Church Youth Group will
be defending their corporate title
The Team of Nieces is traveling


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ch as your highly
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darts for the finish line!
Join Seadog along Eve winner receives
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race or the Crab races immediately
and e 0 following the
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crabs and the official Seadog Crab
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Fresh Gulf seafood charbroiled over flaming
hardwood fires

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We sell so many, you know they're fresh!


"Floundering at its best"
Fodor's Florida
"Best seafood on
Pensacola Beach"
Fromers Guide to Florida
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SSSHRIMP!
Gulf shrimp served scampi style, barbecued,
beer batter fried, or steamed in beer

i.s* BEACH BAR!
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"Best seafood on
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USAir Magazine
"Great Vibes...and happy
guests"
Florida Trend Magazine


FRKtU FLOUNUEK, Founder
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Since 1979


CRAB & SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES Nv
Fried Shrimp Great Steaks Upstairs Beach View Dining Ltare Selectol t Cr oa te Beach
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Best Sunday Brunch!
Crab Cakes Benedict,
Crab Omelets, Bottomless
Champagne & Bloody Marys,
Live Steel Band
(850) 932-0700
Open 7 days a week
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Alaskan Snow
Dungeness
King Crab
She Crab Soup
Maryland Crab Cakes

Look for the RED ROOF at the
traffic light on Pensacola Beach


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