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Title: Winter Park-Maitland observer
Alternate title: Winter Park Maitland observer
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: G.J.W. Munster
Place of Publication: Winter Park FL
Publication Date: 07-12-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Maitland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Winter Park
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Maitland
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with v. 1, no. 1, Jan. 26, 1989.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 29 (July 16, 1992).
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The glow of the movie projec tor could go dark in Winter Parks Central Park, one of a few cuts proposed at Mondays City Com mission meeting for the 2013 bud get. The popular Popcorn Flicks free movie night in the middle of Winter Parks downtown could fall victim to budget cuts as the coming budget year. The budget is in the early stages of talks at the residents a chance to weigh in on Axing the monthly Popcorn Flicks program, hosted by En zian Theater, could save the city $12,000 unless it receives a direct sponsorship deal to keep the mov ies, spokeswoman Clarissa How ard said. Thats something the city is actively pursuing. The city is also mulling the idea of cutting back on economic development in some areas, while tions to cut the personnel budget even further. Personnel cuts have become a fact of life for Winter Park since the housing collapse and recession began in 2008. That year, at a high water mark for Winter Parks city employment, the city employed nearly 570 full-time workers. For 2013 the proposed number is 516. But when resident and board member Bill Swartz approached the podium, he was more con cerned about what wasnt being cut, namely large city vehicles. He pointed to the city considering purchasing more SUVs for em LifestylesThe Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland celebrates enormous leaps in the states eagle population.Page 10 Editorial awardsThe Observer won three awards at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper Contest. Page 3 Clyde MooreSassafras Sweet Shoppe on Park Avenue isnt just a local success story anymore its a national one.Page 14 CalendarSit under the stars as Evan Taylor Jones performs at A&Hs Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. on Friday.Page 9 CALL US TODAY FOR A COPY OF Your Guide to Social Security Bob@aSafeHarbor.com | ASafeHarbor.com(407) 644-6646 Learn more visit www.ss.vip2site.com When faced with stormy nancial waters, seek... Call us today for your guide to Social Security!404-644-6646 or visit www.ss.vip2site.com 451 Maitland Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701NEW Dermatology Ofce!407-599-SKIN (7546)*Waive co-payment up to $25 No referral needed Accepting all insurances Dr. John Cottam Dr. Ross Wheeler Four years and 79 miles down. Seventeen years and 83.3 miles to go. Winter Parks initiative to underground more than 150 miles of power lines is nearly halfway complete in terms of mileage, said Jerry Warren, di rector of the Winter Park Elec tric Department. Everything is going steady so far, Warren said. Since the undergrounding push began in 2008, 10.4 miles have been completed with the help of $14.5 million in bond funding. The other 65 or so miles were already under ground when the city acquired them from Progress Energy. At the June 11 Winter Park City Commission meeting, rep resentatives from the Electric Utility Department presented a Go Forward Strategy for undergrounding the remaining 83.3 miles, including a break down of funding and a points system to determine what lines will be buried next. Geological location, project length, number of tree con all factors being considered in ordering the remaining 466 overhead segments that will be undergrounded in the next 17 order will be determined in the coming weeks. Were trying to get the hard said. By doing so, Communications Director Clarissa Howard improve service in areas most prone to service interruption. Most of those outages, she and Warren agreed, almost always come from trees or tree limbs knocking into lines. Thats why in the point so much, Warren said, with sible double amount of points in the system than other factors. He also noted that the quicker dergrounded, the quicker the trees will no longer have to be trimmed to accommodate them. It means less of the Vshaped trees faster, he said. Every mile of line moved underground, he said, costs about $1 million to complete. That means the total undergrounding process will cost more than $75 million. Now that bond money has PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF WINTER PARK Crews work to put electric lines underground as part of Winter Parks 162-mile project to remove overhead power lines throughout the city over the course of 21 years. Please see UNDERGROUND on page 3 Please see COMMISSION on page 3Undergrounding nearly half doneProject helps to hurricane-proof power grid, improves aestheticsSARAH WILSON Observer Staff Have questions? Email customer_ service@cityofwinterpark.org or call 407-599-3220. Budget cuts on horizonISAAC BABCOCK Observer StaffOne 11-letter word put forth on the Maitland City Council agenda this week caused nearly four hours of oration at Mondays meeting. Termination. Vice Mayor Phil Bonus, whos been openly criticizing the operation of Art and History Museums Maitland (A&H) since January, put forth a decision item July 9 to terminate the lease the organization currently has with the city of Maitland. Its oneyear trial period ends Sept. 30 before automatically renewing for 50 years. Im happy to be the one to spur this discussion because if we didnt have this dialogue now we could never have it, Bonus said. If we roll into a 50-year lease right now, theres no more planning. Its done. He stressed that no one was threatening to close the Maitland Art Cen ter, as code dictates the center must PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERMaitland artist Butch Charlan speaks against terminating A&Hs contract. Please see COUNCIL on page 5A&H ghts for lifeSARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 2 Progress is something that Martha Bryant-Hall says has eluded her since her home was incorporated into the city of Maitland 10 years ago. But as the dusty dirt road of Mechanic Street outside her home transformed into solid, paved asphalt in the past month, she said progress is exactly what shes seeing. Progress is the name of the game, Bryant said. And this is years. service equality for her neighbor hood, which borders the Maitland Boulevard overpass of U.S. Highway 17-92, for more than 30 years. She says shes watched Maitland and Orange County while her neighborhood was left in the dust. Since January, after scheduling workshops with Maitland Mayor Howard Schieferdecker and City Manager Jim Williams, she, her family and neighbors say theyve ity in decades. try, Bryant said at a meeting between all the involved parties on June 29. Im very pleased that he is a man of his word. So far, of her list of service in equities, Bryant said, the city has addressed the paving of half her road, promised the installation of 10 street lights, and helped her work with the Florida Depart ment of Transportation to arrange the installation of bat houses un der the Maitland Boulevard over pass. Im excited to see her happy, Schieferdecker said. Its great that we can make things right for her, and not just her, but all the Maitland residents. To address Bryants other con cerns, both in her neighborhood Lane and in her daughters neigh borhood next to Bellamy Park on Lake Jackson, Schieferdecker said the city will continue to work to make up for lack of attention in years past. I think it will be an ongoing process Im committed to mak ing this right, he said. Moving forward, he said, the its budget to complete the second phase of the paving of Amado Lane near Bryants home, and put forth a recommendation to the City Council to allocate the funds to do so. In addressing the concerns of public lake access and services near Lake Jackson, he said the city will have to put a referen dum up for citywide public vote in March. Since the city lands in question are labeled heritage lands, they cannot change hands or purpose without resident ap proval. she left the City Council cham bers on June 29 with a smile on her face and a glimmer of hope for the future. Shes worked so hard, and Im so happy weve made it to this point, Bryants daughter Jacqueline Daise said. Im so happy to see her so happy and positive. Were thrilled. (407) 514-0087 3.05% Certain restrictions apply.Rates may vary depending on deposit amount. We broker CDs for FDIC insured banks. Promotional incentive may be included to obtain yield.www.oldharborf inancial.com Old Harbor FINANCIAL12 Month CDAlso oer IRA Specials & free 401k ReviewsAPYHigher Rates for Longer Term Vote August 14thABOUT JOSE BUSINESS BACKGROUND LEGAL BACKGROUND EDUCATION I will treat everyone with Dignity and Respect! Jose Torroella for Circuit JudgeE R F A IPol. Ad paid for and approved by Jose Torroella for Judge campaign,nonpartisan,Orange & Osceola counties,group 27Visit www.JoseForJudge.com LEFT PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK / RIGHT PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERAfter a resident complained, a former dirt road along Maitlands Mechanic Street, left, was paved over with asphalt, right, though smaller roads in the nearby neighborhood remain dirt. Underserved residents see progressFreshly paved road, promised streetlights and pledge from the mayor please residents of Maitland neighborhoodSARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 3 Watch the mail for your new voting information. Orange County has new precincts and new polling place locations as a result of the 2012 redistricting process.Need to register to vote? Need to update an existing registration record name, address, party afliation or signature? Complete an application online at www.ocfelections.com. (Per 98.077)Orange County Supervisor of Elections BE READY TO VOTE IN 2012! ployee use, which he suggested was excessive. Do we need four-door car when I came to work here was a 1986 Yugo. The city is also mulling a few improvement projects in the near future, including brightening up sporting events and replacing a leaky pool. It could cost $243,000 to re Manager Randy Knight said, and months to do so. The tennis facility added an extra year to that amount of time, Knight said. The lights would be brighter and more ef A $740,000 project was pro posed for upgrades to the Cady Way pool, deck and buildings, including adding a geothermal heater system to keep the pool usable year round. The restrooms have no hot water, Knight said, noting that the facility was built in 1960s. start as early as the July 23 meet ing, as the city decides what to cut, what to save and what prop erty taxes will be set at for the next year. Uncertain historyTalk about erecting signs to draw tourists to the citys historic district roiled some feathers again, as commissioners said that nobody really knew what the historic district was. Proposed signs on Interstate 4 and along other Winter Park streets would draw visitors toward the historic dis trict, with the hope of bringing dollars along with them. Wouldnt it be great if we trict was before we put a sign on I-4? Mayor Ken Bradley said. I dont think people even know what it is right now. We need to correct that, if indeed there is a lack of under standing, Commissioner Caro lyn Cooper said. It would be like designating Lake Island Park as Martin Luther King Park and not putting up a sign for it. Why to claim something were very proud of but not put up signs tell ing people about it? The historic district deserves a sign.COMMISSION | Historic district still unknown by cityUNDERGROUND | City joins elite group with power project CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Visit cityofwinterpark.org to view the proposed 2013 budget.run out, the city is funding the the Electric Utility Department. Warren says the city is adopting a pay as you go method as they decade and a half. He estimates the city will be able to tackle four having our own Electric Department, he said. Whats left over ers, but right back into our com munity and energy projects. Winter Park is one of 33 cit ies in Florida to control its own electricity. Warren estimates that, in the nation, 10 percent of cities do so. Mayor Ken Bradley said he is pleased with the progress of undergrounding so far and is looking forward to a day when no electrical wires will be seen blocking views above ground in Winter Park. Its much more aesthetically pleasing and improves service, he said. Its a great thing that over time well start to see. Warren says he looks forward to the day when a hurricane or rough storm blows through Cen tral Florida, and while news sta tions report the number of out ages for each major electricity company, there will be a big zero next to Winter Park Electric Utili tys name thanks to all of the lines being underground. Itll be big news, he said, and whether I have to hobble out with a cane, or they have to wheel me in in a wheelchair, I hope Im around to see it. The Winter Park-Maitland Observer won awards in three categories sports feature story, serious column, and health, medi cal and science reporting at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper awards on Saturday, July 7, in Destin. The Community Media Divi sion of Turnstile Media Group, which includes the Observer and its sister papers Seminole Voice and East Orlando Sun, took home place sports feature Rollins resurrects a legacy details one mans mission to revive Roll ins College Football, a team that hadnt played organized foot ball since 1949. One judge wrote, Tremendous feature sports story! Excellent job of research and use of photographs to tell the story of the past and future of football at Rollins dreamer, chronicling a Winter and family reporting. One judge wrote, Beautifully written ac ney. We really come to care about Elizabeth and to rejoice in the happiness shes found. umn Living the role of Samson singing the part of the blind char acter in Samson et Dalila to living with macular degeneration. One judge wrote, Gripping ac count of going blind and its les sons for seeing the world. won second place for her story Photographic memories, which follows seniors with dementia taking a Rollins College photograOne judge wrote, Well written story gives hope to many dealing the same disease. Congratulations to the Com munity Media team and to the Winter Park-Maitland community. Thank you for allowing us to tell your amazing stories!Jenny Andreasson Managing editorTwo stories on Rollins nab state editorial awards Community Media awardsTo read these award-winning works, visit wpmobserver.com Sports Feature Story, Division C circulation under 7,000 First Place Winter Park-Maitland Observer, Rollins resurrects a legacy, Isaac Babcock Serious Column, Division C circulation under 7,000 First Place Winter ParkMaitland Observer, Living the role of Samson, Louis Roney Sports Feature Story, Division B circulation 7,000 to 15,000 First Place The Seminole Voice, Brittanys game, Isaac Babcock Faith and Family Reporting, Division B circulation 7,000 to 15,000 First Place The Seminole Voice, American dreamer, Isaac Babcock Local Government Reporting, Division A circulation over 15,000 First Place East Orlando Sun, Water tests promised for Bithlo, Megan Stokes Health, Medical and Science Reporting, Division C circulation under 7,000 Second Place Winter-Park Maitland Observer, Photographic memories, Brittni Johnson In-Depth Reporting, Division A circulation over 15,000 Third Place East Orlando Sun, Kid says to be a helmet hero, Megan Stokes

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Page 4 Business Briefs Community Bulletin Vote for Maitlands parks Five of the city of Maitlands parks need your votes in Coca-Colas Americas Favorite Parks campaign, which will award recreation grants of $100,000, $50,000 and $25,000 to the top three parks with the most votes. You can vote as many times as you want. The contest runs until July 15. Use this link to vote: https://apps.facebook.com/coca-colaparks/Ethos is hiring for new Winter Park locationEthos Vegan Kitchen is moving to the corner of Fair banks and New York Avenue this month. Aside from improved parking, the vegan restaurant will be ex panding their hours and menu, and migrating to a table service format. They are hiring for various positions. Visit www.ethosvegankitchen.com for more information.Local residents honored for academic achievementsTroy Douglas Ehlke of Winter Park received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Drew University on Saturday, May 12 at the universitys 144th commencement. Kelly Branham, a resident of Winter Park, was award ed a bachelors degree during Providence College commencement ceremonies on May 20. Andrew Holzhauer of Maitland received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University during com mencement exercises on May 21. The following students were awarded degrees dur ing SMUs May 2012 Commencement ceremonies: Bachelor of Business Administration in nance. Bachelor of Arts in lm and media arts. Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing. Boston University awarded academic degrees to 6,098 students in May 2012. Receiving degrees were two Winter Park residents: Brent O. Zwirn, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management, and Lindsay S. Webber, Master of Arts in Teaching in English Education. The following students were named to the Presi dents and Deans lists of their college or school at Mercer University for the spring 2012 semester: the Presidents and Deans lists of the School of En gineering. named to the Presidents and Deans lists of the Eu gene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics. The following local residents were among over 1900 students from Wake Forest University who made the Spring 2012 Deans List: Schools in Orange and Seminole counties need volunteersJunior Achievement (JA) of Central Florida needs volunteers for the upcoming fall semester to teach JA classes in Orange County and Seminole County elementary, middle and high schools. JA mentors educate students about free enterprise, nancial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship. Volunteer opportunities are available at three levels and require about one hour per week for ve to sev en sessions, depending on the program. Training is held monthly at Junior Achievements ofce at 2121 Camden Road. For more information, contact Rachel Whitmire at 407-898-2121 extension 30 or rwhitmire@jacentral.org A&H accepting applications for interactive art programThe A&H is seeking artists to participate in the 20122013 Artist-In-Action program. This program reects the spirit of founder Andr Smiths Research Studio and the current mission of the institution, provid ing non-residential studio space to an established or emerging artist for the professional practice and research of ne art. This program is a wonderful op portunity to interact with A&Hs community of artists and art enthusiasts while working in this uniquely rich and historic environment. Visit artandhistory.org to ll out your application. The deadline is Aug. 1. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com More than 13,800 corporate runners and walkers, together with their fellow employees, helped raise $60,000 by participating in the IOA Corporate 5k presented by News 13 and Bright House Sports on Thursday, April 18, in downtown Orlando. Charles Brenner, CCIM of C. Brenner, Inc. Com mercial Real Estate, Winter Park, announces the sale of the former La-Z-Boy Furniture Showroom at 8550 S. Highway 17-92. Brenner represented the buyer, Coolstufnc.com, which specializes in board games, card games and disc golf products in national and international online retail sales. Ed Rogner, CCIM with Realty Capital represented the seller. The sale price for the 20,000 square-foot retail/showroom was $1,700,000. Ena Heller has been named the Bruce A. Beal director of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (CFAM) at Rollins College. Heller joins the Rollins community having most recently served as founding director of the Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) in New York City. Family Promise of Greater Orlando is a proud 2012 recipient of a $48,630 grant from the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. The funds from this grant enabled Family Promise to add and hire a new manager of volunteers services position for the organization. MinuteClinic, the retail health care division of CVS Caremark (NYSE: CVS), is partnering with Florida Hospital Medical Group (FHMG) to expand access to convenient, affordable health care services in Central Florida. Under the agreement, FHMG phy sicians will serve as medical directors for a dozen MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics inside select CVS/pharmacy stores in the city of Orlando and ve surrounding counties: Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk and Seminole. The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation recently named Metropolis Advertising as its agency of record. Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, received The Florida Bar Foundation Presi dents Award for Excellence June 21 at The Florida Bar Foundations 36th annual reception. Attorney Jennifer Dixon, of counsel to Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A., has been appointed vice chair of Orlando Repertory Theatre Board of Directors. The Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) has recognized Foley & Lardner LLP with its 2012 Gold Standard Certication for integrating women into the highest levels of rm leadership. CorrectionIn the July 5 story Winter Park adds some ne print the Observer incorrectly stated the City Commissions actions on rules governing written communication. The Commission did not vote on the discussion item. Miss Florida returns to UCF as reign endsKristina Janolo, the third consecutive University of Cen tral Florida student crowned Miss Florida and former Miss Winter Park, said she learned more about herself than she envisioned she would during her one-year term that came to a close on July 7. She made more than 250 ofcial appearances during the year around the state, Washington, D.C., and other national destinations. Jano lo, a marketing major from Kissimmee, was a top-12 nalist last summer at the Miss America Pageant in Las Vegas. She re-enters the classroom as a senior with the goal to one day be the executive director of a nonprot organization. She is scheduled to graduate in May. UCF partners with EA Sports Gov. Rick Scott recently announced a unique new partnership between the University of Central Flor idas Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) and EA Sports. Designed to create a priority pathway for FIEA graduates into the video game industry, the new EA Sports Innovation Lab at the UCF Center for Emerging Media in Downtown Orlando will allow EA Sports to create additional internship opportunities each year at the facility, where FIEA students will work side by side with industry-leading EA Sports game development professionals to create the latest products on the latest platforms, using the latest tools and technologies.

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Page 5 always be utilized for artistic and cultural purposes. Bonus said he was only calling into question the organization that operates it, and whether they are best for the job. You can hate me, you can say How dare you Phil Bonus? I dont care about that Bonus said. This time it is down to the deadline. I couldnt live with my self if I didnt ask this out loud. Leadership from A&H along with a throng of residents from Maitland and beyond crowded the Council chambers, into the lobby and out the door before the meeting even began, as talks of termination which in the end would be thrown out turned about. Following a rebuttal by A&H Board President Bill Taulbee, Trea surer Valerie Seidel and Executive Director Andrea Bailey-Cox, a backing of support by Council woman Bev Reponen and Mayor Howard Schieferdecker, and public comment by more than 25 A&H supporters, it became clear that termination talks were not a popular tone among attendees. We feel we have met the charge to be the best Maitland Art and History Center we can be, Taulbee said. He said A&H had no interest of renegotiating the lease, as he felt the organiza tion had met or exceeded all cor nerstones outlined for them, even amid microscopic harassment from the city. As talks of a year extension of the trial lease period swirled, Taulbee and Seidel, along with many members of the public, stated that without a committed longterm lease A&H is hindered from seeking certain types of funding as they continue to work toward dent from the city. Schieferdecker and Reponen were quick to defend A&H and even quicker to receive rounds of ovations from the audience, as Bonus and Councilwoman Linda observed in dealing with the or ganization, from transparency of operations to the level of communication and money management. I just want openness and hon esty, Frosch said. This is our city, and thats all Im trying to do. I want to help. As a cultural partner we should be working together and embracing them, not treating them like the enemy, Shiefer decker said. We should be com ing along beside them to ensure their success. Throughout the back and were pointed. Does it occur to anyone that theres something wrong with this relationship? Bonus said, as the Council and A&H board dis paragingly attempted to come to a consensus. The only unanimity all night on Council came when it was time to vote, as Councilwoman Frosch extend the trial lease one year as-is to A&H and all of Council agreed as midnight approached. All of us really want the same ods of getting it, Reponen said, mentioning that every Council member indeed wants to see the art and culture in Maitland suc ceed. It is now up to the city attorney to draw up the change, and for or not. The deadline for amending or terminating the lease before it automatically extends is Sept. 30. Weve got to work together, Bonus said. 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He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ray and Pearl Lovely of Greeley, Colo., and D.G. and Leta Bradshaw of Borger, Texas. A memorial service will be held in Gold Canyon, Ariz. at a later date. Memorials may be sent to St. Jude Childrens Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105; or to Best Friends Animal Society, 5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab, UT 84741.Musician loved the road COUNCIL | A&H officials, Maitland Council talk about 1-year extension rather than new 50-year contract CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERCouncilman Phil Bonus said he wanted to nd a middle ground for the museum.

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Page 7 PO LITI CAL ADVER TISEMENT P AID FOR AND APPRO VED BY NANCY ROBB INSON FOR SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 6407-399-8279WWW.NANCYROBBINSON.COM www.facebook.com/nancyrobbinson M VOTEROBBINSON@CFL.RR.COP.O. BOX 540694, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32854-0694RE-ELECTVOTE AUGUST 14THNancy Robbinsons strong leadership has produced results for our children and our community! strong leadership for our children PHOTO BY CLYDE MOORE THE OBSERVERWinter Parkers came decked out America-style at the citys Olde Fashioned Fourth of July event. PHOTOS COURTESY OF LYNX At top, the Florida Young Artists Orchestra entertains customers in the downtown LYNX terminal for the Tunes in the Terminal Summer Concert Series The series provides free concerts ranging from jazz to country music every Thursday through Sept. 27 from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Above, LYNX CEO John M. Lewis Jr. poses with the orchestra.A bus fare to rememberWPs ashy Fourth

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Page 8 July 9 City Commission meeting highlightsThere was a City Commission meeting July 9. Below are a few highlights of decisions made:Non-action itemsAn update was given regard ing the Art on the Green 2012 sculpture exhibition. The May 2012 Financial Report was presented and accepted. The city manager presented the Fiscal Year 2013 proposed budget. A copy of the document website at cityofwinterpark.org under Info at Your Fingertips > Budget documents.Consent AgendaThe minutes of June 25 were approved. The following decisions were made on the bids and change or der: Categories 1, 2, 3 and 5 print ing and mailing services were awarded to Designers Press Inc., and the mayor was authorized to execute the contract. Category 4 printing & mailing services was awarded to International Press, and the mayor was authorized to execute the contract. Change Order #1 Fairbanks Avenue Roadway & Wastewater Systems Improvements Project was awarded to Masci General Contractor Inc.Action items requiring discussionThe 90-day plan was present ed and accepted. A full copy of the July 9 City Commission minutes will be available at cityofwinterpark.org the week of July 23, pending ap proval by the City Commission.CoffeeTalk with city managerPlease join me for a cup of cof fee Thursday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Winter Park Wel come Center located at 151 W. LyTalk gathering. This is the citys seventh year in holding these residents that have a latte on their minds or some beans to grind. This is your opportunity to talk with me in an informal en vironment and ask any questions related to city business. Special & Wine Bar for donating the cof fee. Hope to see you there!Popcorn Flicks in Central Park The Great Muppet Caper will be presented by the city of Winter Park and Enzian Theater Thursday, July 12, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., in Central Park in down town Winter Park. Bring your blanket or chair to enjoy the free movie under the stars in Central Park. Free popcorn for everyone. Rain date will be Thursday, July 26. For more information, please call 407-629-0054 or visit enzian. org How much electricity is that?If you want to know how screen TV, refrigerator or even nightstand lamp uses, check out an electric usage monitor from the Winter Park Public Library to 460 E. New England Ave. and is open: Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.Ask Winter ParkOn the home page of the citys website is a button called Ask Winter Park. If you ever have any city-related questions and arent sure who to ask, this is the perfect place for you to get your questions answered. Whether it is a road paving project, a code enforcement issue or simply a random question about any area of our city, Ask Winter Park will direct your question to the appropriate city department for response. Log on to cityofwinter park.org and click on the Ask Winter Park button to get all your city-related questions an swered.City website is mobileJust a reminder, when a desk top computer is not available, the citys website has a mobilefriendly version. When accessing cityofwinterpark.org from your mobile device, you will automatically be redirected to the citys vital information as if you were accessing from your desktop. As long as you have your mobile de vice with Wi-Fi, city information The city is on Vimeo!The Communications Depart ment is continually looking for new ways to share the citys message and is using the advance ments in technology to enhance have established a strong pres ence on Facebook with more than 2,000 fans and Twitter with more than 1,300 followers, and both are growing daily. In May, we entered into the video world of social media by posting our Webisodes on Vimeo, a leading video sharing site that pro vides the easiest way for people to host and share their videos in high quality. We are excited to be a part of this video-sharing ex perience and happy to add Vimeo to our growing list of communi cation tools. Make sure to stay connected with the city through social media outlets at: cityofwinterpark.org/Face book cityofwinterpark.org/Twitter cityofwinterpark.org/VimeoVisit the citys ofcial website at cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and watch us on Vimeo.On October 1, 2008, the city of Maitland began a new chapter in the way it manages stormwater. Years of research and analysis re sulted in the adoption of the En vironmental Stormwater Utility (ESU), a fee dedicated to the proj ects and operations of the Storm water and Lakes Management Division. Since its inception, this utility has facilitated the institu tion of multiple projects and positive changes within the Division to continue its goal of improved water quality throughout Mait lands 22 lakes. The divisions largest project to date, the Lake Maitland Basin Drainage Improvements, was completed in January of 2010. Including an area from Magno lia Road to Alpine Drive in the Ridgewood Neighborhood, this project provided stormwater pol lutant removal via underground giving the neighborhood a facelift of new curbing, parking and paving. Its innovative design achieved a $550,000 grant from the Florida Department of En vironmental Protection (FDEP), whose ranking system sets high er preference to projects funded with stormwater utility monies. Along with the ability to construct additional/larger stormwater treatment facilities, dedicated funding has also ac commodated the addition of a second Environmental Technician in 2009 and purchase of a storm sewer-cleaning vacuum truck in 2012. Infrastructure in spection and maintenance re quirements governed by the FDEPs stormwater quality per mitting were previously unat tainable, but the addition of a its mandated standards and fre quencies. Expensive contracted stormwater cleaning services have been eliminated with the re maintenance of stormwater ret Chambers, etc) has already im ing infrastructure, allowing even less pollutants to enter our lakes. The Stormwater and Lakes Management Division is in the untreated into Lakes Gem, Sy belia and Minnehaha. At their last meeting, the Maitland City Council approved the award of the Lake Eulalia Water Quality Improvements contract, autho rizing funding to construct a groundbreaking wetland treat ment system. Underutilized city property just north of the Thur ston House will be converted to a series of four small wetland cells tion. Using a standard irrigation pump, lake water will be conveyed uphill and carried through each cell, naturally removing ex cess nutrients and pollutants be fore discharging back into Lake Eulalia. These are but a small few of the improvements made possible by the ESU, but great progress has already been achieved in the four years since its adoption. With more stringent water qual ity requirements on the horizon, Maitland will continue to be at the forefront of stormwater management to maintain the health of our lakes and the enjoyment of our citizens.Marissa Williams Stormwater and Lakes Management Coordinator, City of MaitlandCity Council Meeting of July 9The Maitland City Council met on July 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Be low is a synopsis of that meeting. Consent:Approved Council Minutes of June 25 Contract awarded to Energy Services Group for an investment grade energy audit. Approved the submittal of a Department of Homeland Se Grant.Decision:Michael Wilde and Hank Wolf were appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission. To listen to a recording of the meeting, visit www.itsmymaitland.com Maitland City TalkBY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Maitlands stormwater utility four years later Winter Park City TalkBY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater Held Over! MOONRISE KINGDOM Fri Sun 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 Mon & Thurs 6:30, 9:15 Tues 9:15 Wed 6:30 Saturday Matinee Classics CHILDREN OF PARADISE Sat 11:00 AM Meet the Filmmaker Event MUSIC FROM THE BIG HOUSE Tues 6:30 Wednesday Night Pitcher Show MEATBALLS 8:00 or Sunset FREE! LCD Soundsystem SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS Wed 9:15 (on standby) & Midnight (added by popular demand)

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Page 9 JULY 12 Downtown Winter Park Summer Sidewalk Sale is Thursday, July 12, to Sunday, July 15. Enjoy sidewalk sale savings from 50-75 percent off at your favorite downtown Winter Park retailers. Call 407-644-8281 or visit www.winterpark.org The Winter Park Playhouse is bringing back the offBroadway musical, SUDS: The Rocking 60s Musi cal Soap Opera from July 12-21. For show times, call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org A free womens safety awareness class is Thurs day, July 12, from 6-8 p.m. at the WPPD, 500 N. Vir ginia Ave. Ages 14 and older are welcome. The class is limited to the rst 25 women. Call Ofcer Kaitlin Gonzalez at 321-303-5884 or kgonzalez@cityofwinterpark.orgJULY 13Winter Park Chamber of Commerces Good Morning Winter Park is 7:45 a.m. on Friday, July 13, at the Winter Park Welcome Center, 151 W. Lyman Ave. Speaker is Greg Hovey, the new executive director/ administrator at The Gardens at DePugh. The event is free.JULY 14Come to the Gun Show at the Maitland Civic Center July 14-15. cost is $7 for adults and kids younger than 14 are free. Visit patriotshows.com JULY 15Full Sail University will be having free Behind the Scenes tours on Sunday, July 15, and Sunday, Aug. 12, at 3300 University Blvd. Book your spot by calling 1-877-392-5697. Music at the Casa is a free open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave. July 15 features Christine MacPhail Solo Harp. Visit Casa Feliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3.JULY 16Orange County citizens not currently registered to vote must complete a voter registration applica tion by the July 16 deadline in order to participate in the Primary on Aug. 14. This is also the deadline for current voters who want to change their political party afliation for the election. Visit www.orange countyvotes.com or call 407-254-6500. A blood drive will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, July 16, at the Horatio Avenue/ U.S. High way 17-92 intersection. Look for the Big Red Bus in the Bolick Clinic parking lot.JULY 17Enzian presents Music From the Big House at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17, featuring a live Q&A and concert from musician Rita Chiarelli, widely known as Canadas Queen of the Blues. Visit en zian.org/lmJULY 18There will be a SAFE Self-defense And Familiarization Exchange class at the Maitland Com munity Park on Wednesday, July 18, from 6-8 p.m. for women 18 years and older. Limit 12 women for the class. Call 407-539-0042 to sign up. Winter Park Chamber of Commerce monthly member orientation is 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18 at the Winter Park Welcome Center.JULY 19Come to Coffee Talk featuring City Manager Randy Knight from 8-9 a.m. on Thursday, July 19, at the Winter Park Welcome Center. LCC Finance presents a class on Ladies Setting the Ground for Retiring on Thursday, July 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. Call 407-6477700 to register. JULY 20Learn about the ABCs of Caregiving at Marks Street Senior Center, 99 E. Marks St. Classes will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on the following Fridays: July 20, July 27 and Aug. 3. Call 407-843-1910 ext. 305 or email Jennifer@ADRCcares.org On Friday, July 20, from noon to 2 p.m. to honor Helen Greenspun, one of 10 winners of its National USA Networks Character Counts Award. A luncheon will be held at the Holocaust Center in her honor. Please RSVP to info@holocaustedu.orgJULY 21The featured opera on the big screen is La Boheme (Liceu) on Saturday, July 21, at 11 a.m. at Enzian, 1300 S. Orlando Ave. Tickets are $20. Visit Enzian.org Family Friendly & Everyone Welcome!EXPRESS CONCEALED WEAPONS CLASSES!Get yours while you still can...Discounted Guns, Archery, AMMO, Knives, Stun Guns, Survival & Military Gear and More!$7.00 at the door for adults; Kids under 14 free. Win a FREE Gun!MaitlandGUN SH W! Maitland Civic Center 641 S. Maitland AveBUY SELL TRADE Thursday, July 12th through Sunday, July 15th Park Avenue and d H H annibal al S S quare P a rk Av e n u e a n d d H b a ni b a n n a l S a qua r e stores offering merchandise from o r es offering m me r an ch a 50-75% f r m o m o n d dis se f O m f r m om o e f FFFor more information, visit winterpark.org or call 407.644.8281Please see participating stores for details. DOWNTOWN WINTER PARK Sale sidewalk Calendar JULY 13: Garden concert The A&H Summer Concert Series features Evan Taylor Jones at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 13, in the A&Hs Main Garden, 231 W. Packwood Ave. Admission is $3 for non-members and free for A&H members. Visit ArtandHistory.org or call 407-539-2181. JULY 19: 5k Road Race The 29th Annual Beat-the-Heat 5k Road Race is Thursday, July 19, from 7-9 p.m. at Roth JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave. The cost is $20 or $25 the day of the race. Contact Eli Bercovici at 407-645-5933, ext. 259, or EliB@orlandojcc.org JULY 22: Theater turns 3 The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at Master Class Academy, 711B Orange Ave. The event will consist of songs from season three shows plus a sneak peak at songs from their fourth season. Tickets are $20. Visit wwww.breakthroughtheatre.com JULY 23: Political Mingle Winter Park Political Mingle presented by Bright House Networks will be from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, July 23, at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd. The cost is $25 in advance, $30 at the door and $225 for 10 tickets. Visit winterpark.org

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Page 10 Lifestyles rf Strong Capital PositionContinued ProfitabilityOffering a full range of consumer and commercial loan productsWinter Park Branch Manager Lillian Yingling Commercial Lending Officer Thomas Ter Beek Sanford Branch Manager Geeta RampartabWinter Park Branch 407.645.1201Fax 407.645.1501 1500 Lee Road Winter Park, FL 32789Sanford Branch 407.302.4700Fax 407.302.4704 420 W 1st Street Sanford, FL 32771 www.centerstatebank.com CSB-LakeMaryMagAd:Layout 1 5/30/12 3:55 PM Page 1 Floridas bald eagle population will be PHOTOS COURTESY OF SUSIE WARREN Paige, top, a female bald eagle, and Francis, a male bald eagle, are education ambassadors at the Aububon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland. The facility has rescued, treated and released about 450 eagles since its founding.CelebratingsymbolLAUREN STORCH Observer Staff Going back to school this year could be a lot more exciting. Audubon plans to release dates for upcoming visits to local schools that will feature many different birds of prey. Audubon Center for Birds of Prey is located at 1101 Audubon Way in Maitland. For more information, visit .audubon.orgour

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Page 11 Fredlund Fine Arts Fredlund Fine Arts LLC 1143 Orange Avenue, Winter Park 407-622-0102 fredlundgallery.com Mon-Fri: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Parking in rear off MinnesotaFredlund Fine Arts LLC is galleries in Central Florida. Although we specialize in Florida Art, we carry a and animal art. We are a full service gallery offering original paintings, sculptures, prints and framing. Wednesday, July 18 6 to 9 p.m. Meet Peter Pettegrew DENNINGORANGE AVEMINNESOTA FAIRBANKS 1143 ORANGE AVE17-92 IN JUST 10 SATURDAYS Dental Assistant Open House August 25, 2012 Class Starts September 15, 2012 Rsvp at rsvp@mygodas.com Find I LUV Winter Park merchandise and local art at ILUVParkAvenue.com407-539-3977 Nutritional treats for the summer heat JENNIFER PRITCHARD Observer Staff Peak Season Pops can be found at the Winter Park and Maitland farmers markets and other local special events. Pops can be purchased one for $3 or two for $5. Visit Peakseasonpops.com for more information. PHOTOS BY JENNIFER PRITCHARD THE OBSERVEROwner Jana Rice serves up her home made, ve-ingredient popsicles at the Maitland Farmers Market. At right, a four-legged friend enjoys a yogurt-based dog pop. JULY 12The Maitland Public Library will host childrens summer reading featuring Mad Science: Fire & Ice from 2-4 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. To register, call 407-647-7700. Enzians Popcorn Flicks in Central Park is featuring The Great Muppet Caper from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. Visit enzian.orgJULY 13If youre planning to steer clear of black cats and sidewalk cracks on Friday the 13th, why not change your luck by dressing as a cow instead? On Friday, July 13, Chick-l-A restaurants nationwide will celebrate its annual Cow Appreciation Day event by offering a free meal to any customer who visits fully dressed as a cow. On Friday, July 13, it could be patrons lucky day at Pollo Tropical. For a limited time only, Pollo Tropical is giving away free samples of Cheezy Yuca Bites from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cus tomers just have to say Ahhhhhh for Cheezy Yuca Bites to the cashier in order to receive their free sample. The Breakthrough Theatres sum mer camp students will perform a musical revue on the following dates: Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, July 15, at 3 p.m. The revue features songs from Annie, Peter Pan, The Boy From Oz, Oliver and many more. The Breakthrough Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. All perfor mances are $10. Reservations can be made by calling 407-920-4034.JULY 14The Enzian presents Children of Paradise, a love story directed by Marcel Carne at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 14, at Enzian, 1300 S. Orlando Ave. General admission is $8, Enzian members pay $5. Purchase tickets at Enzians box ofce or at Enzian.orgJULY 20The Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) invites families to attend the 6th Annual Target Family Theatre Fes tival in Loch Haven Park from July 20 to Aug. 5. The festival features per formances by Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could, Mr. Richard and the Pound Hounds, Pirate School!, Nels Ross, Katie Courics The Brand New Kid, magician Tony Brent, Davey Rockers Barnyard Jam, and the Youth Academy production of Rodgers & Hammersteins State Fair. All of the shows are free, with the exception of State Fair ($15) and The Brand New Kid ($10). Visit orlandorep.com or call 407-896-7365.JULY 21Come celebrate family fun days at the Maitland Art Center on select dates. On July 21, make a family tree at the A&Hs Maitland Historical Mu seum. On Aug. 18, learn about calling cards, the social network of the past, at the A&Hs Waterhouse Residence Museum. For more information, call 407-539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory. orgJULY 22Enzians annual KidFest Summer Movies series offers free weekday screenings and $5 presentations on weekends. The sunsational sched ule kicks off Sunday, July 22, and continues through Sunday, Aug. 5. For more information, visit Enzian.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com

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Page 12 July 14 Wine and cheese tasting event July 14 to Oct. 28 Artist John Rocco at the Orlando Museum of Art July 17 and July 27 Collagraphs at the Mennello Museum July 19 Marcos Cruz and Roberto Gonzalez Sculptures and Paintings Josh Garrick is a writer, photographer, educator, and ne art curator. He is a member of the Curatorial Council for the Museum of Florida Art. Garrick can be reached at joshgarrick9@gmail.com or 407-522-3906. Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Proudly Hosts2012POLITICAL MINGLE MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR FALLS HOTTEST RACES ENJOY DINNER & DRINKS VOTE IN OUR STRAW POLL MONDAY, JULY 23 5 8 P.M.Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park$25 IN ADVANCE $30 AT THE DOORTickets and information at winterpark.org or call (407) 644-8281Supported by WINTER PARKPresented by Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar Garden Party Wine and Cheese Tasting

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Page 13 HomesObserver Homes brought to you by: Fannie Hillman + AssociatesServing Central Florida for over 31 years!407-644-1234 fanniehillman.com INTEGRITY LOYALTY UNWAVERING ENTHUSIASM Kelly L. PriceBrokerMelody MitchellRealtor Sales Assoc.407.645.4321 Maitland $1,950,000 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 5,769 SF Winter Park $850,000 4 BR | 4.5 BA | 3,282 SF Winter Park $399,000 4 BR | 3 BA | 2,531 SF ing abodes? Christina Rordam is a local Realtor. Contact her at 407-928-8294 or www.ChristinaSellsOrlando.comTurn your home into a green machineCHRISTINA RORDAM Guest Writer e 20th Annual March of Dimes Mudd Volleyball Challenge is set for Saturday, August, 2012 at the Lee Vista Field. Gatesopen at 7am and play begins at 9am. To register, visit mudvb.com and click the Register Button, or call 321-274-8676 for more information. marchofdimes.com/orida Play in the healthier babiesMudd for stronger, Jeff ClarkColdwell Banker Residential407.733.0773j.clark@coldwellbanker.com www.BaldwinParkLiving.com Probably the easiest way to save energy in your home is changing your air filter.

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Page 14 Opinions Clyde Moore operates local sites ILUVWinterPark.com, ILUVParkAve.com and LUVMyRate.com, and aims to help local businesses promote themselves for free and help save them money, having some fun along the way. Email him at iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net or write to ILuv Winter Park on Facebook or Twitter.Sweet successClyde Moore I LUV Winter ParkPHOTO BY CLYDE MOORE THE OBSERVERSassafras Sweet Shoppe owner Rebecca McCamy and store manager Ashlee Workman pose with the birthday girl on a recent Saturday. McCamy is planning franchise opportunities.Remit payroll taxes or pay big time Payroll tax delinquencies are treated harshly Withheld taxes are held in trust for the government Installment payment plans for in-business taxpayers The trust fund penalty Seek professional advice Peter Pappas is a tax attorney and Certied Public Accountant. He and his Baldwin Park rm, The Pappas Group, have been assisting both federal and state taxpayers for 25 years. Call 407648-2555 or visit PappasTax.comPETER PAPPAS Guest Writer We highlight local businesses that are utilizing and selling items made by other locals. Send submissions to iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net Local Luvn Local Randall Knives Randall Knives are a locally made product popular around the globe. Theyre so popular theres even a song about them! The rst seven astronauts carried specially designed Randall Knives and theres even one in The Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution. Handmade in Orlando of the nest steel, no two are exactly alike. Most will wait for their new Orlando-made Randall knife, but Downeast on Park Avenue has them in stock! Downeast is located at 130 N. Park Ave. Call 407-645-5100. Visit www.randallknives. com for more information on Randall Knives. Sassafras Sweet Shoppe, at 115 E. Morse Blvd., is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Call 407-388-0101 or visit sassafrassweetshoppe.com

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Page 15 I want a red dress. I want it flimsy and cheap, I want it too tight, I want to wear it Until someone tears it off me. Jepson is a 24-year resident of Florida. Hes fiscally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.US Where are the jobs? Not buying it Good advice from Martha Washington Lesson about the sun About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney)What do women want? Bits and tidbitsYour future depends on saving nowChris Jepson PerspectivesLouis Roney Play On! Anita Lohman, CFA is vice president and senior investment advisor at PNC Wealth managements ofce in Orlando and she can be reached at 407245-2469 or anita.lohman@pnc.comANITA LOHMAN Guest Writer Anita Lohman

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BU YERS P R EMIU M M AY APPLY.OTHER AREA AUCTIONS JUL Y 27 & 28 LADY LAKE, FL PORT S AINT JOHN, FL SEBASTIAN, FL WINTER GARDEN, FL Winter Park H ome with Pool Nominal Opening Bid: $100,000 Open Public Inspection: Auctions: auctionnetwork.com.Also Auctioning Highlife Farms in Orlando, FL Full Dispersal July 28 800.801.8003 Call now to diversify your advertising. 866.742.1373 www.AdNetworksFlorida.com OBSERVEROpen Houses Sunday, July 15th111 Mariner Way, Maitland FL 327514 BR | 2.5 BA | 2,644 SF | $497,000 This pristine pool home in Maitland Isle has a fantastic kitchen with Brookhaven cabinets, black quartz countertops and breakfast nook! The architecturally unique fireplace with granite surround and vaulted ceilings enhance the spacious family room. Redesigned in 2006, the sparkling salt water, heated pool and cobblestone pool deck plus a 44x9 patio, charming gazebo and lovely landscaping create a perfect entertaining space! Hosted by: Catherine DAmico from 1-4 PM5338 Locksley Avenue, Orlando FL 328103 BR | 2 BA | 1,791 SF | $180,000 Dont miss this charming, completely renovated home! Located in an estab lished neighborhood with mature trees, this home boasts an entirely remodeled kitchen that is open to the dining and family rooms. Home features hardwood and file floors throughout, and over 550 SF of tiled porches! Its close to I-4, downtown Orlando and Winter Park. Hosted by Sherri Dyer from 2-5 PM OBSERVERJust Sold Homes 923 Park Manor Drive, Orlando, FL 32825 sold by Teresa JonesCintron & Elim Cintron 4434 Meadowood Street, Orlando, FL 32812 sold by Teresa Jones-Cintron & Elim Cintron 3915 Stonefield Drive, Orlando, FL 32826 sold by Jennifer King 109 Habersham Drive, Longwood, FL 32779 sold by Dee Morgan 185 Spring Lake Hills Drive, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 sold by Audra Wilks & Padgett McCormick 1668 Wild Indigo Terrace, Oviedo, FL 32766 sold by Audra Wilks & Padgett McCormick 316 MacArthur Place, Maitland, FL 32751 sold by Patrick Higgins 113 Greenleaf Lane, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 sold by Gwyn Clark 1824 Kalurna Court, Orlando, FL 32806 sold by Teresa Jones-Cintron & Elim Cintron SUNDAY 12-3POOL HOME ON LAKE COMO536 Lake Como Circle, Orlando. 4BD/2BA, 2,149SF. Single story, split bedroom plan with a renovated kitchen that opens to formal dining room and family room with fireplace. Private backyard with pool, deck and gar dens. 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The glow of the movie projec tor could go dark in Winter Parks Central Park, one of a few cuts proposed at Mondays City Com mission meeting for the 2013 bud get. The popular Popcorn Flicks free movie night in the middle of Winter Parks downtown could fall victim to budget cuts as the coming budget year. The budget is in the early stages of talks at the residents a chance to weigh in on Axing the monthly Popcorn Flicks program, hosted by En zian Theater, could save the city $12,000 unless it receives a direct sponsorship deal to keep the mov ies, spokeswoman Clarissa How ard said. Thats something the city is actively pursuing. The city is also mulling the idea of cutting back on economic development in some areas, while tions to cut the personnel budget even further. Personnel cuts have become a fact of life for Winter Park since the housing collapse and recession began in 2008. That year, at a high water mark for Winter Parks city employment, the city employed nearly 570 full-time workers. For 2013 the proposed number is 516. But when resident and board member Bill Swartz approached the podium, he was more con cerned about what wasnt being cut, namely large city vehicles. He pointed to the city considering purchasing more SUVs for em Lifestyles The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland celebrates enormous leaps in the states eagle population. Page 10 Editorial awards The Observer won three awards at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper Contest. Page 3 Clyde Moore Sassafras Sweet Shoppe on Park Avenue isnt just a local success story anymore its a national one. Page 14 Calendar Sit under the stars as Evan Taylor Jones performs at A&Hs Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. on Friday. Page 9 CALL US TODAY FOR A COPY OF Your Guide to Social Security Bob@aSafeHarbor.com | ASafeHarbor.com(407) 644-6646 Learn more visit www.ss.vip2site.com When faced with stormy nancial waters, seek... Call us today for your guide to Social Security!404-644-6646 or visit www.ss.vip2site.com 451 Maitland Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701NEW Dermatology Ofce!407-599-SKIN (7546)*Waive co-payment up to $25 No referral needed Accepting all insurances Dr. John Cottam Dr. Ross Wheeler Four years and 79 miles down. Seventeen years and 83.3 miles to go. Winter Parks initiative to underground more than 150 miles of power lines is nearly halfway complete in terms of mileage, said Jerry Warren, di rector of the Winter Park Elec tric Department. Everything is going steady so far, Warren said. Since the underground ing push began in 2008, 10.4 miles have been completed with the help of $14.5 million in bond funding. The other 65 or so miles were already under ground when the city acquired them from Progress Energy. At the June 11 Winter Park City Commission meeting, rep resentatives from the Electric Utility Department presented a Go Forward Strategy for undergrounding the remaining 83.3 miles, including a break down of funding and a points system to determine what lines will be buried next. Geological location, project length, number of tree con all factors being considered in ordering the remaining 466 overhead segments that will be undergrounded in the next 17 order will be determined in the coming weeks. Were trying to get the hard said. By doing so, Communica tions Director Clarissa Howard improve service in areas most prone to service interruption. Most of those outages, she and Warren agreed, almost always come from trees or tree limbs knocking into lines. Thats why in the point so much, Warren said, with sible double amount of points in the system than other factors. He also noted that the quicker dergrounded, the quicker the trees will no longer have to be trimmed to accommodate them. It means less of the Vshaped trees faster, he said. Every mile of line moved un derground, he said, costs about $1 million to complete. That means the total underground ing process will cost more than $75 million. Now that bond money has PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF WINTER PARK Crews work to put electric lines underground as part of Winter Parks 162-mile project to remove overhead power lines throughout the city over the course of 21 years. Please see UNDERGROUND on page 3 Please see COMMISSION on page 3 Undergrounding nearly half done Project helps to hurricane-proof power grid, improves aesthetics SARAH WILSON Observer Staff Have questions? Email customer_ service@cityofwinterpark.org or call 407-599-3220. Budget cuts on horizon ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff One 11-letter word put forth on the Maitland City Council agenda this week caused nearly four hours of oration at Mondays meeting. Termination. Vice Mayor Phil Bonus, whos been openly criticizing the operation of Art and History Museums Mait land (A&H) since January, put forth a decision item July 9 to terminate the lease the organization currently has with the city of Maitland. Its oneyear trial period ends Sept. 30 before automatically renewing for 50 years. Im happy to be the one to spur this discussion because if we didnt have this dialogue now we could never have it, Bonus said. If we roll into a 50-year lease right now, theres no more planning. Its done. He stressed that no one was threat ening to close the Maitland Art Cen ter, as code dictates the center must PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Maitland artist Butch Charlan speaks against terminating A&Hs contract. Please see COUNCIL on page 5 A&H ghts for life SARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 2 Progress is something that Martha Bryant-Hall says has eluded her since her home was incorporated into the city of Mai tland 10 years ago. But as the dusty dirt road of Mechanic Street outside her home transformed into solid, paved asphalt in the past month, she said progress is exactly what shes seeing. Progress is the name of the game, Bryant said. And this is years. service equality for her neighbor hood, which borders the Mait land Boulevard overpass of U.S. Highway 17-92, for more than 30 years. She says shes watched Maitland and Orange County while her neighborhood was left in the dust. Since January, after scheduling workshops with Maitland Mayor Howard Schieferdecker and City Manager Jim Williams, she, her family and neighbors say theyve ity in decades. try, Bryant said at a meeting be tween all the involved parties on June 29. Im very pleased that he is a man of his word. So far, of her list of service in equities, Bryant said, the city has addressed the paving of half her road, promised the installation of 10 street lights, and helped her work with the Florida Depart ment of Transportation to arrange the installation of bat houses un der the Maitland Boulevard over pass. Im excited to see her happy, Schieferdecker said. Its great that we can make things right for her, and not just her, but all the Maitland residents. To address Bryants other con cerns, both in her neighborhood Lane and in her daughters neigh borhood next to Bellamy Park on Lake Jackson, Schieferdecker said the city will continue to work to make up for lack of attention in years past. I think it will be an ongoing process Im committed to mak ing this right, he said. Moving forward, he said, the its budget to complete the second phase of the paving of Amado Lane near Bryants home, and put forth a recommendation to the City Council to allocate the funds to do so. In addressing the concerns of public lake access and services near Lake Jackson, he said the city will have to put a referen dum up for citywide public vote in March. Since the city lands in question are labeled heritage lands, they cannot change hands or purpose without resident ap proval. she left the City Council cham bers on June 29 with a smile on her face and a glimmer of hope for the future. Shes worked so hard, and Im so happy weve made it to this point, Bryants daughter Jacqueline Daise said. Im so happy to see her so happy and positive. Were thrilled. (407) 514-0087 3.05% Certain restrictions apply. Rates may vary depending on deposit amount. We broker CDs for FDIC insured banks. Promotional incentive may be included to obtain yield.w w w .oldhar bor f inancial .c om Old Harbor FINANCIAL12 Mon t h CDAlso oer IRA Specials & free 401k ReviewsAPYHigher Rates for Longer Term Vote August 14thABOUT JOSE BUSINESS BACKGROUND LEGAL BACKGROUND EDUCATION I will treat everyone with Dignity and Respect! Jose Torroella for Circuit JudgeE R F A IPol. Ad paid for and approved by Jose Torroella for Judge campaign,nonpartisan,Orange & Osceola counties,group 27Visit www.JoseForJudge.com LEFT PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK / RIGHT PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER After a resident complained, a former dirt road along Maitlands Mechanic Street, left, was paved over with asphalt, right, though smaller roads in the nearby neighborhood remain dirt. Underserved residents see progress Freshly paved road, promised streetlights and pledge from the mayor please residents of Maitland neighborhood SARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 3 Watch the mail for your new voting information. Orange County has new precincts and new polling place locations as a result of the 2012 redistricting process.Need to register to vote? Need to update an existing registration record name, address, party afliation or signature? Complete an application online at www.ocfelections.com. (Per 98.077)Orange County Supervisor of Elections BE READY TO VOTE IN 2012! ployee use, which he suggested was excessive. Do we need four-door car when I came to work here was a 1986 Yugo. The city is also mulling a few improvement projects in the near future, including brightening up sporting events and replacing a leaky pool. It could cost $243,000 to re Manager Randy Knight said, and months to do so. The tennis facility added an extra year to that amount of time, Knight said. The lights would be brighter and more ef A $740,000 project was pro posed for upgrades to the Cady Way pool, deck and buildings, including adding a geothermal heater system to keep the pool usable year round. The restrooms have no hot water, Knight said, noting that the facility was built in 1960s. start as early as the July 23 meet ing, as the city decides what to cut, what to save and what prop erty taxes will be set at for the next year. Uncertain history Talk about erecting signs to draw tourists to the citys his toric district roiled some feathers again, as commissioners said that nobody really knew what the his toric district was. Proposed signs on Interstate 4 and along other Winter Park streets would draw visitors toward the historic dis trict, with the hope of bringing dollars along with them. Wouldnt it be great if we trict was before we put a sign on I-4? Mayor Ken Bradley said. I dont think people even know what it is right now. We need to correct that, if indeed there is a lack of under standing, Commissioner Caro lyn Cooper said. It would be like designating Lake Island Park as Martin Luther King Park and not putting up a sign for it. Why to claim something were very proud of but not put up signs tell ing people about it? The historic district deserves a sign. COMMISSION | Historic district still unknown by city UNDERGROUND | City joins elite group with power project C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Visit cityofwinterpark.org to view the proposed 2013 budget. run out, the city is funding the the Electric Utility Department. Warren says the city is adopting a pay as you go method as they decade and a half. He estimates the city will be able to tackle four having our own Electric Depart ment, he said. Whats left over ers, but right back into our com munity and energy projects. Winter Park is one of 33 cit ies in Florida to control its own electricity. Warren estimates that, in the nation, 10 percent of cities do so. Mayor Ken Bradley said he is pleased with the progress of undergrounding so far and is looking forward to a day when no electrical wires will be seen blocking views above ground in Winter Park. Its much more aesthetically pleasing and improves service, he said. Its a great thing that over time well start to see. Warren says he looks forward to the day when a hurricane or rough storm blows through Cen tral Florida, and while news sta tions report the number of out ages for each major electricity company, there will be a big zero next to Winter Park Electric Utili tys name thanks to all of the lines being underground. Itll be big news, he said, and whether I have to hobble out with a cane, or they have to wheel me in in a wheelchair, I hope Im around to see it. The Winter Park-Maitland Observer won awards in three categories sports feature story, serious column, and health, medi cal and science reporting at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper awards on Saturday, July 7, in Destin. The Community Media Divi sion of Turnstile Media Group, which includes the Observer and its sister papers Seminole Voice and East Orlando Sun, took home place sports feature Rollins resurrects a legacy details one mans mission to revive Roll ins College Football, a team that hadnt played organized foot ball since 1949. One judge wrote, Tremendous feature sports story! Excellent job of research and use of photographs to tell the story of the past and future of football at Rollins dreamer, chronicling a Winter and family reporting. One judge wrote, Beautifully written ac ney. We really come to care about Elizabeth and to rejoice in the happiness shes found. umn Living the role of Samson singing the part of the blind char acter in Samson et Dalila to liv ing with macular degeneration. One judge wrote, Gripping ac count of going blind and its les sons for seeing the world. won second place for her story Photographic memories, which follows seniors with dementia taking a Rollins College photogra One judge wrote, Well written story gives hope to many dealing the same disease. Congratulations to the Com munity Media team and to the Winter Park-Maitland commu nity. Thank you for allowing us to tell your amazing stories! Jenny Andreasson Managing editor Two stories on Rollins nab state editorial awards Community Media awards To read these award-winning works, visit wpmobserver.com Sports Feature Story, Division C circulation under 7,000 First Place Winter Park-Maitland Observer, Rollins resurrects a legacy, Isaac Babcock Serious Column, Division C circulation under 7,000 First Place Winter ParkMaitland Observer, Living the role of Samson, Louis Roney Sports Feature Story, Division B circulation 7,000 to 15,000 First Place The Seminole Voice, Brittanys game, Isaac Babcock Faith and Family Reporting, Division B circulation 7,000 to 15,000 First Place The Seminole Voice, American dreamer, Isaac Babcock Local Government Reporting, Division A circulation over 15,000 First Place East Orlando Sun, Water tests promised for Bithlo, Megan Stokes Health, Medical and Science Reporting, Division C circulation under 7,000 Second Place Winter-Park Maitland Observer, Photographic memories, Brittni Johnson In-Depth Reporting, Division A circulation over 15,000 Third Place East Orlando Sun, Kid says to be a helmet hero, Megan Stokes

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Page 4 Business Briefs Community Bulletin Vote for Maitlands parks Five of the city of Maitlands parks need your votes in Coca-Colas Americas Favorite Parks campaign, which will award recreation grants of $100,000, $50,000 and $25,000 to the top three parks with the most votes. You can vote as many times as you want. The contest runs until July 15. Use this link to vote: https://apps.facebook.com/coca-colaparks/ Ethos is hiring for new Winter Park location Ethos Vegan Kitchen is moving to the corner of Fair banks and New York Avenue this month. Aside from improved parking, the vegan restaurant will be ex panding their hours and menu, and migrating to a table service format. They are hiring for various po sitions. Visit www.ethosvegankitchen.com for more information. Local residents honored for academic achievements Troy Douglas Ehlke of Winter Park received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Drew University on Saturday, May 12 at the universitys 144th commencement. Kelly Branham, a resident of Winter Park, was award ed a bachelors degree during Providence College commencement ceremonies on May 20. Andrew Holzhauer of Maitland received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University during com mencement exercises on May 21. The following students were awarded degrees dur ing SMUs May 2012 Commencement ceremonies: Bachelor of Business Administration in nance. Bachelor of Arts in lm and media arts. Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing. Boston University awarded academic degrees to 6,098 students in May 2012. Receiving degrees were two Winter Park residents: Brent O. Zwirn, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management, and Lindsay S. Webber, Master of Arts in Teaching in English Education. The following students were named to the Presi dents and Deans lists of their college or school at Mercer University for the spring 2012 semester: the Presidents and Deans lists of the School of En gineering. named to the Presidents and Deans lists of the Eu gene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics. The following local residents were among over 1900 students from Wake Forest University who made the Spring 2012 Deans List: Schools in Orange and Seminole counties need volunteers Junior Achievement (JA) of Central Florida needs volunteers for the upcoming fall semester to teach JA classes in Orange County and Seminole County elementary, middle and high schools. JA mentors educate students about free enterprise, nancial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship. Volunteer opportunities are available at three levels and require about one hour per week for ve to sev en sessions, depending on the program. Training is held monthly at Junior Achievements ofce at 2121 Camden Road. For more information, contact Rachel Whitmire at 407-898-2121 extension 30 or rwhit mire@jacentral.org A&H accepting applications for interactive art program The A&H is seeking artists to participate in the 20122013 Artist-In-Action program. This program reects the spirit of founder Andr Smiths Research Studio and the current mission of the institution, provid ing non-residential studio space to an established or emerging artist for the professional practice and research of ne art. This program is a wonderful op portunity to interact with A&Hs community of artists and art enthusiasts while working in this uniquely rich and historic environment. Visit artandhistory.org to ll out your application. The deadline is Aug. 1. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com More than 13,800 corporate runners and walkers, together with their fellow employees, helped raise $60,000 by participating in the IOA Corporate 5k presented by News 13 and Bright House Sports on Thursday, April 18, in downtown Orlando. Charles Brenner, CCIM of C. Brenner, Inc. Com mercial Real Estate, Winter Park, announces the sale of the former La-Z-Boy Furniture Showroom at 8550 S. Highway 17-92. Brenner represented the buyer, Coolstufnc.com, which specializes in board games, card games and disc golf products in national and international online retail sales. Ed Rogner, CCIM with Realty Capital represented the seller. The sale price for the 20,000 square-foot retail/showroom was $1,700,000. Ena Heller has been named the Bruce A. Beal di rector of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (CFAM) at Rollins College. Heller joins the Rollins community having most recently served as founding director of the Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) in New York City. Family Promise of Greater Orlando is a proud 2012 recipient of a $48,630 grant from the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. The funds from this grant enabled Family Promise to add and hire a new manager of volunteers services position for the organization. MinuteClinic, the retail health care division of CVS Caremark (NYSE: CVS), is partnering with Florida Hospital Medical Group (FHMG) to expand access to convenient, affordable health care services in Central Florida. Under the agreement, FHMG phy sicians will serve as medical directors for a dozen MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics inside select CVS/pharmacy stores in the city of Orlando and ve surrounding counties: Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk and Seminole. The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation recently named Metropolis Advertising as its agency of re cord. Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, received The Florida Bar Foundation Presi dents Award for Excellence June 21 at The Florida Bar Foundations 36th annual reception. Attorney Jennifer Dixon, of counsel to Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A., has been appointed vice chair of Orlando Repertory Theatre Board of Directors. The Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) has recognized Foley & Lardner LLP with its 2012 Gold Standard Certication for integrating women into the highest levels of rm leadership. Correction In the July 5 story Winter Park adds some ne print the Observer incorrectly stated the City Commissions actions on rules governing written communication. The Commission did not vote on the discussion item. Miss Florida returns to UCF as reign ends Kristina Janolo, the third consecutive University of Cen tral Florida student crowned Miss Florida and former Miss Winter Park, said she learned more about herself than she envisioned she would during her one-year term that came to a close on July 7. She made more than 250 ofcial appearances during the year around the state, Washington, D.C., and other national destinations. Jano lo, a marketing major from Kissimmee, was a top-12 nalist last summer at the Miss America Pageant in Las Vegas. She re-enters the classroom as a senior with the goal to one day be the executive director of a nonprot organization. She is scheduled to graduate in May. UCF partners with EA Sports Gov. Rick Scott recently announced a unique new partnership between the University of Central Flor idas Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) and EA Sports. Designed to create a priority pathway for FIEA graduates into the video game industry, the new EA Sports Innovation Lab at the UCF Center for Emerging Media in Downtown Orlando will allow EA Sports to create additional internship opportunities each year at the facility, where FIEA students will work side by side with industry-leading EA Sports game development professionals to create the latest products on the latest platforms, using the latest tools and technologies.

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Page 5 always be utilized for artistic and cultural purposes. Bonus said he was only calling into question the organization that operates it, and whether they are best for the job. You can hate me, you can say How dare you Phil Bonus? I dont care about that Bonus said. This time it is down to the deadline. I couldnt live with my self if I didnt ask this out loud. Leadership from A&H along with a throng of residents from Maitland and beyond crowded the Council chambers, into the lobby and out the door before the meeting even began, as talks of termination which in the end would be thrown out turned about. Following a rebuttal by A&H Board President Bill Taulbee, Trea surer Valerie Seidel and Executive Director Andrea Bailey-Cox, a backing of support by Council woman Bev Reponen and Mayor Howard Schieferdecker, and public comment by more than 25 A&H supporters, it became clear that termination talks were not a popular tone among attendees. We feel we have met the charge to be the best Maitland Art and History Center we can be, Taulbee said. He said A&H had no interest of renegotiating the lease, as he felt the organiza tion had met or exceeded all cor nerstones outlined for them, even amid microscopic harassment from the city. As talks of a year extension of the trial lease period swirled, Taulbee and Seidel, along with many members of the public, stat ed that without a committed longterm lease A&H is hindered from seeking certain types of funding as they continue to work toward dent from the city. Schieferdecker and Reponen were quick to defend A&H and even quicker to receive rounds of ovations from the audience, as Bonus and Councilwoman Linda observed in dealing with the or ganization, from transparency of operations to the level of commu nication and money management. I just want openness and hon esty, Frosch said. This is our city, and thats all Im trying to do. I want to help. As a cultural partner we should be working together and embracing them, not treating them like the enemy, Shiefer decker said. We should be com ing along beside them to ensure their success. Throughout the back and were pointed. Does it occur to anyone that theres something wrong with this relationship? Bonus said, as the Council and A&H board dis paragingly attempted to come to a consensus. The only unanimity all night on Council came when it was time to vote, as Councilwoman Frosch extend the trial lease one year as-is to A&H and all of Council agreed as midnight approached. All of us really want the same ods of getting it, Reponen said, mentioning that every Council member indeed wants to see the art and culture in Maitland suc ceed. It is now up to the city attorney to draw up the change, and for or not. The deadline for amending or terminating the lease before it automatically extends is Sept. 30. Weve got to work together, Bonus said. 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He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ray and Pearl Lovely of Greeley, Colo., and D.G. and Leta Bradshaw of Borger, Texas. A memorial service will be held in Gold Canyon, Ariz. at a later date. Memorials may be sent to St. Jude Childrens Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105; or to Best Friends Animal Society, 5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab, UT 84741. Musician loved the road COUNCIL | A&H officials, Maitland Council talk about 1-year extension rather than new 50-year contract C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Councilman Phil Bonus said he wanted to nd a middle ground for the museum.

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Page 7 PO LITI CAL ADVER TISEMENT P AID F O R AND A P P R O VED B Y NANC Y RO B B INS O N F O R SC H O O L BO A R D, DISTR I C T 6407-399-8279WWW.NANC YR O B B INSO N.C O M www.facebook.com/nancyrobbinson M V O TER O B B INSO N@CFL.RR.C OP .O. BO X 540694, ORL AND O, FL O RID A 32854-0694RE-ELECTVOTE AUGUST 14THNancy Robbinsons strong leadership has produced results for our children and our community! strong leadership for our children PHOTO BY CLYDE MOORE THE OBSERVER Winter Parkers came decked out America-style at the citys Olde Fashioned Fourth of July event. PHOTOS COURTESY OF LYNX At top, the Florida Young Artists Orchestra entertains customers in the downtown LYNX terminal for the Tunes in the Terminal Summer Concert Series The series provides free concerts ranging from jazz to country music every Thursday through Sept. 27 from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Above, LYNX CEO John M. Lewis Jr. poses with the orchestra. A bus fare to remember WPs ashy Fourth

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Page 8 July 9 City Commission meeting highlights There was a City Commission meeting July 9. Below are a few highlights of decisions made: Non-action items An update was given regard ing the Art on the Green 2012 sculpture exhibition. The May 2012 Financial Report was presented and accepted. The city manager presented the Fiscal Year 2013 proposed budget. A copy of the document website at cityofwinterpark.org under Info at Your Fingertips > Budget documents. Consent Agenda The minutes of June 25 were approved. The following decisions were made on the bids and change or der: Categories 1, 2, 3 and 5 print ing and mailing services were awarded to Designers Press Inc., and the mayor was authorized to execute the contract. Category 4 printing & mailing services was awarded to Interna tional Press, and the mayor was authorized to execute the con tract. Change Order #1 Fairbanks Avenue Roadway & Wastewater Systems Improvements Project was awarded to Masci General Contractor Inc. Action items requiring discussion The 90-day plan was present ed and accepted. A full copy of the July 9 City Commission minutes will be available at cityofwinterpark.org the week of July 23, pending ap proval by the City Commission. CoffeeTalk with city manager Please join me for a cup of cof fee Thursday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Winter Park Wel come Center located at 151 W. Ly Talk gathering. This is the citys seventh year in holding these residents that have a latte on their minds or some beans to grind. This is your opportunity to talk with me in an informal en vironment and ask any questions related to city business. Special & Wine Bar for donating the cof fee. Hope to see you there! Popcorn Flicks in Central Park The Great Muppet Caper will be presented by the city of Winter Park and Enzian Theater Thursday, July 12, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., in Central Park in down town Winter Park. Bring your blanket or chair to enjoy the free movie under the stars in Central Park. Free popcorn for everyone. Rain date will be Thursday, July 26. For more information, please call 407-629-0054 or visit enzian. org How much electricity is that? If you want to know how screen TV, refrigerator or even nightstand lamp uses, check out an electric usage monitor from the Winter Park Public Library to 460 E. New England Ave. and is open: Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Ask Winter Park On the home page of the citys website is a button called Ask Winter Park. If you ever have any city-related questions and arent sure who to ask, this is the perfect place for you to get your questions answered. Whether it is a road paving project, a code enforcement issue or simply a random question about any area of our city, Ask Winter Park will direct your question to the appropriate city department for response. Log on to cityofwinter park.org and click on the Ask Winter Park button to get all your city-related questions an swered. City website is mobile Just a reminder, when a desk top computer is not available, the citys website has a mobilefriendly version. When accessing cityofwinterpark.org from your mobile device, you will automati cally be redirected to the citys vital information as if you were accessing from your desktop. As long as you have your mobile de vice with Wi-Fi, city information The city is on Vimeo! The Communications Depart ment is continually looking for new ways to share the citys mes sage and is using the advance ments in technology to enhance have established a strong pres ence on Facebook with more than 2,000 fans and Twitter with more than 1,300 followers, and both are growing daily. In May, we entered into the video world of social media by posting our Webisodes on Vimeo, a lead ing video sharing site that pro vides the easiest way for people to host and share their videos in high quality. We are excited to be a part of this video-sharing ex perience and happy to add Vimeo to our growing list of communi cation tools. Make sure to stay connected with the city through social media outlets at: cityofwinterpark.org/Face book cityofwinterpark.org/Twitter cityofwinterpark.org/Vimeo Visit the citys ofcial website at cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and watch us on Vimeo. On October 1, 2008, the city of Maitland began a new chapter in the way it manages stormwater. Years of research and analysis re sulted in the adoption of the En vironmental Stormwater Utility (ESU), a fee dedicated to the proj ects and operations of the Storm water and Lakes Management Division. Since its inception, this utility has facilitated the institu tion of multiple projects and pos itive changes within the Division to continue its goal of improved water quality throughout Mait lands 22 lakes. The divisions largest project to date, the Lake Maitland Basin Drainage Improvements, was completed in January of 2010. Including an area from Magno lia Road to Alpine Drive in the Ridgewood Neighborhood, this project provided stormwater pol lutant removal via underground giving the neighborhood a facelift of new curbing, parking and paving. Its innovative design achieved a $550,000 grant from the Florida Department of En vironmental Protection (FDEP), whose ranking system sets high er preference to projects funded with stormwater utility monies. Along with the ability to construct additional/larger stormwater treatment facilities, dedicated funding has also ac commodated the addition of a second Environmental Techni cian in 2009 and purchase of a storm sewer-cleaning vacuum truck in 2012. Infrastructure in spection and maintenance re quirements governed by the FDEPs stormwater quality per mitting were previously unat tainable, but the addition of a its mandated standards and fre quencies. Expensive contracted stormwater cleaning services have been eliminated with the re maintenance of stormwater ret Chambers, etc) has already im ing infrastructure, allowing even less pollutants to enter our lakes. The Stormwater and Lakes Management Division is in the untreated into Lakes Gem, Sy belia and Minnehaha. At their last meeting, the Maitland City Council approved the award of the Lake Eulalia Water Quality Improvements contract, autho rizing funding to construct a groundbreaking wetland treat ment system. Underutilized city property just north of the Thur ston House will be converted to a series of four small wetland cells tion. Using a standard irrigation pump, lake water will be con veyed uphill and carried through each cell, naturally removing ex cess nutrients and pollutants be fore discharging back into Lake Eulalia. These are but a small few of the improvements made possible by the ESU, but great progress has already been achieved in the four years since its adoption. With more stringent water qual ity requirements on the horizon, Maitland will continue to be at the forefront of stormwater man agement to maintain the health of our lakes and the enjoyment of our citizens. Marissa Williams Stormwater and Lakes Management Coordinator, City of Maitland City Council Meeting of July 9 The Maitland City Council met on July 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Be low is a synopsis of that meeting. Consent: Approved Council Minutes of June 25 Contract awarded to Energy Services Group for an investment grade energy audit. Approved the submittal of a Department of Homeland Se Grant. Decision: Michael Wilde and Hank Wolf were appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission. To listen to a recording of the meeting, visit www.itsmymait land.com Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Maitlands stormwater utility four years later Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater Held Over! MOONRISE KINGDOM Fri Sun 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 Mon & Thurs 6:30, 9:15 Tues 9:15 Wed 6:30 Saturday Matinee Classics CHILDREN OF PARADISE Sat 11:00 AM Meet the Filmmaker Event MUSIC FROM THE BIG HOUSE Tues 6:30 Wednesday Night Pitcher Show MEATBALLS 8:00 or Sunset FREE! LCD Soundsystem SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS Wed 9:15 (on standby) & Midnight (added by popular demand)

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Page 9 JULY 12 Downtown Winter Park Summer Sidewalk Sale is Thursday, July 12, to Sunday, July 15. Enjoy sidewalk sale savings from 50-75 percent off at your favorite downtown Winter Park retailers. Call 407-644-8281 or visit www.winterpark.org The Winter Park Playhouse is bringing back the offBroadway musical, SUDS: The Rocking 60s Musi cal Soap Opera from July 12-21. For show times, call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org A free womens safety awareness class is Thurs day, July 12, from 6-8 p.m. at the WPPD, 500 N. Vir ginia Ave. Ages 14 and older are welcome. The class is limited to the rst 25 women. Call Ofcer Kaitlin Gonzalez at 321-303-5884 or kgonzalez@cityofwin terpark.org JULY 13 Winter Park Chamber of Commerces Good Morn ing Winter Park is 7:45 a.m. on Friday, July 13, at the Winter Park Welcome Center, 151 W. Lyman Ave. Speaker is Greg Hovey, the new executive director/ administrator at The Gardens at DePugh. The event is free. JULY 14 Come to the Gun Show at the Maitland Civic Center July 14-15. cost is $7 for adults and kids younger than 14 are free. Visit patriotshows.com JULY 15 Full Sail University will be having free Behind the Scenes tours on Sunday, July 15, and Sunday, Aug. 12, at 3300 University Blvd. Book your spot by calling 1-877-392-5697. Music at the Casa is a free open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave. July 15 features Christine MacPhail Solo Harp. Visit Casa Feliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3. JULY 16 Orange County citizens not currently registered to vote must complete a voter registration applica tion by the July 16 deadline in order to participate in the Primary on Aug. 14. This is also the deadline for current voters who want to change their political party afliation for the election. Visit www.orange countyvotes.com or call 407-254-6500. A blood drive will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, July 16, at the Horatio Avenue/ U.S. High way 17-92 intersection. Look for the Big Red Bus in the Bolick Clinic parking lot. JULY 17 Enzian presents Music From the Big House at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17, featuring a live Q&A and concert from musician Rita Chiarelli, widely known as Canadas Queen of the Blues. Visit en zian.org/lm JULY 18 There will be a SAFE Self-defense And Famil iarization Exchange class at the Maitland Com munity Park on Wednesday, July 18, from 6-8 p.m. for women 18 years and older. Limit 12 women for the class. Call 407-539-0042 to sign up. Winter Park Chamber of Commerce monthly mem ber orientation is 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18 at the Winter Park Welcome Center. JULY 19 Come to Coffee Talk featuring City Manager Randy Knight from 8-9 a.m. on Thursday, July 19, at the Winter Park Welcome Center. LCC Finance presents a class on Ladies Setting the Ground for Retiring on Thursday, July 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. Call 407-6477700 to register. JULY 20 Learn about the ABCs of Caregiving at Marks Street Senior Center, 99 E. Marks St. Classes will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on the following Fridays: July 20, July 27 and Aug. 3. Call 407-843-1910 ext. 305 or email Jennifer@ADRCcares.org On Friday, July 20, from noon to 2 p.m. to honor Hel en Greenspun one of 10 winners of its National USA Networks Character Counts Award. A luncheon will be held at the Holocaust Center in her honor. Please RSVP to info@holocaustedu.org JULY 21 The featured opera on the big screen is La Bo heme (Liceu) on Saturday, July 21, at 11 a.m. at Enzian, 1300 S. Orlando Ave. Tickets are $20. Visit Enzian.org Family Friendly & Everyone Welcome!EXPRESS CONCEALED WEAPONS CLASSES!Get yours while you still can...Discounted Guns, Archery, AMMO, Knives, Stun Guns, Survival & Military Gear and More!$7.00 at the door for adults; Kids under 14 free. Win a FREE Gun!MaitlandGUN SH W! Maitland Civic Center 641 S. Maitland AveBUY SELL TRADE Thursday, July 12th through Sunday, July 15th Park Avenue and d H H annibal al S S quare P a rk Av e n u e a n d d H b a ni b a n n a l S a qua r e stores offering merchandise from o r es offering m me r an ch a 50-75% f r m o m o n d dis se f O m f r m om o e f FFFor more information, visit winterpark.org or call 407.644.8281Please see participating stores for details. DOWNTOWN WINTER PARK Sale sidewalk Calendar JULY 13: Garden concert The A&H Summer Concert Series features Evan Taylor Jones at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 13, in the A&Hs Main Garden, 231 W. Packwood Ave. Admission is $3 for non-members and free for A&H members. Visit ArtandHistory.org or call 407-539-2181. JULY 19: 5k Road Race The 29th Annual Beat-the-Heat 5k Road Race is Thursday, July 19, from 7-9 p.m. at Roth JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave. The cost is $20 or $25 the day of the race. Contact Eli Bercovici at 407-645-5933, ext. 259, or EliB@orlando jcc.org JULY 22: Theater turns 3 The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at Master Class Academy, 711B Orange Ave. The event will consist of songs from season three shows plus a sneak peak at songs from their fourth season. Tickets are $20. Visit wwww.breakthroughtheatre.com JULY 23: Political Mingle Winter Park Political Mingle presented by Bright House Networks will be from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, July 23, at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd. The cost is $25 in advance, $30 at the door and $225 for 10 tickets. Visit winterpark.org

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Page 10 Lifestyles rf Strong Capital PositionContinued ProfitabilityOffering a full range of consumer and commercial loan productsWinter Park Branch Manager Lillian Yingling Commercial Lending Officer Thomas Ter Beek Sanford Branch Manager Geeta RampartabWinter Park Branch 407.645.1201Fax 407.645.1501 1500 Lee Road Winter Park, FL 32789Sanford Branch 407.302.4700Fax 407.302.4704 420 W 1st Street Sanford, FL 32771 www.centerstatebank.com CSB-LakeMaryMagAd:Layout 1 5/30/12 3:55 PM Page 1 Floridas bald eagle population will be PHOTOS COURTESY OF SUSIE WARREN Paige, top, a female bald eagle, and Francis, a male bald eagle, are education ambassadors at the Aububon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland. The facility has rescued, treated and released about 450 eagles since its founding. Celebrating symbol LAUREN STORCH Observer Staff Going back to school this year could be a lot more exciting. Audubon plans to release dates for upcoming visits to local schools that will feature many different birds of prey. Audubon Center for Birds of Prey is located at 1101 Audubon Way in Maitland. For more information, visit .audubon.org our

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Page 11 Fredlund Fine Arts Fredlund Fine Arts LLC 1143 Orange Avenue, Winter Park 407-622-0102 fredlundgallery.com Mon-Fri: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Parking in rear off MinnesotaFredlund Fine Arts LLC is galleries in Central Florida. Although we specialize in Florida Art, we carry a and animal art. We are a full service gallery offering original paintings, sculptures, prints and framing. Wednesday, July 18 6 to 9 p.m. Meet Peter Pettegrew DENNINGORANGE AVEMINNESOTA FAIRBANKS 1143 ORANGE AVE17-92 IN JUST 10 SATURDAYS Dental Assistant Open House August 25, 2012 Class Starts September 15, 2012 Rsvp at rsvp@mygodas.com Find I LUV Winter Park merchandise and local art at ILUVParkAvenue.com407-539-3977 Nutritional treats for the summer heat JENNIFER PRITCHARD Observer Staff Peak Season Pops can be found at the Winter Park and Maitland farmers markets and other local special events. Pops can be purchased one for $3 or two for $5. Visit Peakseasonpops.com for more information. PHOTOS BY JENNIFER PRITCHARD THE OBSERVER Owner Jana Rice serves up her home made, ve-ingredient popsicles at the Mait land Farmers Market. At right, a four-legged friend enjoys a yogurt-based dog pop. JULY 12 The Maitland Public Library will host childrens summer reading featuring Mad Science: Fire & Ice from 2-4 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. To register, call 407-647-7700. Enzians Popcorn Flicks in Central Park is featuring The Great Muppet Caper from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. Visit enzian.org JULY 13 If youre planning to steer clear of black cats and sidewalk cracks on Friday the 13th, why not change your luck by dressing as a cow instead? On Friday, July 13, Chick-l-A restau rants nationwide will celebrate its an nual Cow Appreciation Day event by offering a free meal to any customer who visits fully dressed as a cow. On Friday, July 13, it could be patrons lucky day at Pollo Tropical. For a lim ited time only, Pollo Tropical is giving away free samples of Cheezy Yuca Bites from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cus tomers just have to say Ahhhhhh for Cheezy Yuca Bites to the cashier in order to receive their free sample. The Breakthrough Theatres sum mer camp students will perform a musical revue on the following dates: Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, July 15, at 3 p.m. The revue features songs from Annie, Peter Pan, The Boy From Oz, Oliver and many more. The Breakthrough Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. All perfor mances are $10. Reservations can be made by calling 407-920-4034. JULY 14 The Enzian presents Children of Paradise, a love story directed by Marcel Carne at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 14, at Enzian, 1300 S. Orlando Ave. General admission is $8, Enzian members pay $5. Purchase tickets at Enzians box ofce or at Enzian.org JULY 20 The Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) invites families to attend the 6th Annual Target Family Theatre Fes tival in Loch Haven Park from July 20 to Aug. 5. The festival features per formances by Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could, Mr. Richard and the Pound Hounds, Pirate School!, Nels Ross, Katie Courics The Brand New Kid, magician Tony Brent, Davey Rockers Barnyard Jam, and the Youth Academy production of Rodgers & Hammersteins State Fair. All of the shows are free, with the exception of State Fair ($15) and The Brand New Kid ($10). Visit orlandorep.com or call 407-896-7365. JULY 21 Come celebrate family fun days at the Maitland Art Center on select dates. On July 21, make a family tree at the A&Hs Maitland Historical Mu seum. On Aug. 18, learn about calling cards, the social network of the past, at the A&Hs Waterhouse Residence Museum. For more information, call 407-539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory. org JULY 22 Enzians annual KidFest Summer Movies series offers free weekday screenings and $5 presentations on weekends. The sunsational sched ule kicks off Sunday, July 22, and continues through Sunday, Aug. 5. For more information, visit Enzian.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com

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Page 12 July 14 Wine and cheese tasting event July 14 to Oct. 28 Artist John Rocco at the Orlando Museum of Art July 17 and July 27 Collagraphs at the Mennello Museum July 19 Marcos Cruz and Roberto Gonzalez Sculptures and Paintings Josh Garrick is a writer, photographer, educator, and ne art curator. He is a member of the Curatorial Council for the Museum of Florida Art. Garrick can be reached at joshgarrick9@gmail.com or 407-522-3906. Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Proudly Hosts2012POLITICAL MINGLE MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR FALLS HOTTEST RACES ENJOY DINNER & DRINKS VOTE IN OUR STRAW POLL MONDAY, JULY 23 5 8 P.M.Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park$25 IN ADVANCE $30 AT THE DOORTickets and information at winterpark.org or call (407) 644-8281Supported by WINTER PARKPresented by Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar Garden Party Wine and Cheese Tasting

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Page 13 Homes Observer Homes brought to you by: Fannie Hillman + Associates Serving Central Florida for over 31 years! 407-644-1234 fanniehillman.com INTEGRITY LOYALTY UNWAVERING ENTHUSIASM Kelly L. PriceBrokerMelody MitchellRealtor Sales Assoc.407.645.4321 Maitland $1,950,000 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 5,769 SF Winter Park $850,000 4 BR | 4.5 BA | 3,282 SF Winter Park $399,000 4 BR | 3 BA | 2,531 SF ing abodes? Christina Rordam is a local Realtor. Contact her at 407-928-8294 or www.ChristinaSellsOrlando.com Turn your home into a green machine CHRISTINA RORDAM Guest Writer e 20th Annual March of Dimes Mudd Volleyball Challenge is set for Saturday, August, 2012 at the Lee Vista Field. Gatesopen at 7am and play begins at 9am. To register, visit mudvb.com and click the Register Button, or call 321-274-8676 for more information. marchofdimes.com/orida Play in the healthier babiesMudd for stronger, Jeff ClarkColdwell Banker Residential407.733.0773j.clark@coldwellbanker.com www.BaldwinParkLiving.com Probably the easiest way to save energy in your home is changing your air filter.

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Page 14 Opinions Clyde Moore operates local sites ILUVWinterPark.com, ILUVParkAve.com and LUVMyRate.com, and aims to help local businesses promote themselves for free and help save them money, having some fun along the way. Email him at iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net or write to ILuv Winter Park on Facebook or Twitter. Sweet success Clyde Moore I LUV Winter Park PHOTO BY CLYDE MOORE THE OBSERVER Sassafras Sweet Shoppe owner Rebecca McCamy and store manager Ashlee Workman pose with the birthday girl on a recent Saturday. McCamy is planning franchise opportunities. Remit payroll taxes or pay big time Payroll tax delinquencies are treated harshly Withheld taxes are held in trust for the government Installment payment plans for in-business taxpayers The trust fund penalty Seek professional advice Peter Pappas is a tax attorney and Certied Public Accountant. He and his Baldwin Park rm, The Pappas Group, have been assisting both federal and state taxpayers for 25 years. Call 407648-2555 or visit PappasTax.com PETER PAPPAS Guest Writer We highlight local businesses that are utilizing and selling items made by other locals. Send submissions to iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net Local Luvn Local Randall Knives Randall Knives are a locally made product popular around the globe. Theyre so popular theres even a song about them! The rst seven astronauts carried specially designed Randall Knives and theres even one in The Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution. Handmade in Orlando of the nest steel, no two are exactly alike. Most will wait for their new Orlando-made Randall knife, but Downeast on Park Avenue has them in stock! Downeast is located at 130 N. Park Ave. Call 407-645-5100. Visit www.randallknives. com for more information on Randall Knives. Sassafras Sweet Shoppe, at 115 E. Morse Blvd., is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Call 407-388-0101 or visit sassafrassweetshoppe.com

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Page 15 I want a red dress. I want it flimsy and cheap, I want it too tight, I want to wear it Until someone tears it off me. Jepson is a 24-year resident of Florida. Hes fiscally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.US Where are the jobs? Not buying it Good advice from Martha Washington Lesson about the sun About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) What do women want? Bits and tidbits Your future depends on saving now Chris Jepson Perspectives Louis Roney Play On! Anita Lohman, CFA is vice president and senior investment advisor at PNC Wealth managements ofce in Orlando and she can be reached at 407245-2469 or anita.lohman@pnc.com ANITA LOHMAN Guest Writer Anita Lohman

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BU YER S P R EMIU M M AY APPLY.OTHER AREA AUCTIONS JUL Y 27 & 28 LADY LAKE, FL PORT S AINT JOHN, FL SEBASTIAN, FL WINTER GARDEN, FL Winter Park H ome with Pool Nominal Opening Bid: $100,000 Open Public Inspection: Auctions: auctionnetwork.com.Also Auctioning Highlife Farms in Orlando, FL Full Dispersal July 28 800.801.8003 Call now to diversify your advertising. 866.742.1373 www.AdNetworksFlorida.com OBSERVER Open Houses Sunday, July 15th 111 Mariner Way, Maitland FL 32751 4 BR | 2.5 BA | 2,644 SF | $497,000 This pristine pool home in Maitland Isle has a fantastic kitchen with Brookhaven cabinets, black quartz countertops and breakfast nook! The architecturally unique fireplace with granite surround and vaulted ceilings enhance the spa cious family room. Redesigned in 2006, the sparkling salt water, heated pool and cobblestone pool deck plus a 44x9 patio, charming gazebo and lovely landscaping create a perfect entertaining space! 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Two front porches, one opened and one screened, for lake views. $389,000 SUNDAY 2-5 NEW PRICE! UPDATED DOMMERICH HOME 2144 Mohawk Trail, Maitland. 3BD/2BA, 2,000SF. Open and bright living areas with new windows, crown molding, recessed lighting and inside laundry. French doors open to gener ous backyard. Two fireplaces, new roof, skylights, electrical, plumbing and AC ductwork. Newly added cov ered porch. $327,900 SUNDAY 1-4 NEW PRICE! WINTER PARK LAKEFRONT SANCTUARY 1425 Grand Road, Winter Park. 2BD/1BA, 1,532SF. 1.86acre property overlooking Garden Lake. Newer roof, new septic system, and renovated interior including granite counters and stainless appliances. New paint throughout and slate tile screened porch. Metal boathouse, garden shed, new pump for well and water soften ing system and a pergola by the lake. $374,900 SUNDAY 2-5 GRAND HOME IN HEART OF WINTER PARK 1018 Temple Grove, Winter Park. 5BD/5BA, 5,417SF. Oversized lot with beautifully manicured grounds. Con temporary home with new gourmet kitchen, soaring windows and ceilings, resort-style pool, three car garage with workshop and circular drive. New en ergy efficient roof. A rated schools. $1,399,000 SUNDAY 2-5 BEAUTIFUL WINDERMERE DOWNS HOME 9666 Wild Oak Drive, Windermere. 4BD/3.5BA, 3,667SF. Private access to the Butler Chain of Lakes. Pool home situated on a large wooded lot. Great eat-in kitchen with granite, stainless appliances & gas range. Large family room and huge game room. $489,900 106 S Interlachen #219A, Winter Park, $820,000 AnnElizabeth Christensen Nancy Bagby 1051 Aragon Ave, Winter Park, $190,500 MaryStuart Day & Megan Cross 1118 S. Magnolia Ave, Sanford, $59,000 Barbara & Jeff Friedman 4002 Ethan Lane, Orlando, $939,000 Lisa Fleming 2530 Meadowview Cir, Windermere, $412,000 John McDade Lisa Fleming 2431 Lauder Dr, Maitland, $273,500 Maria Van Warner 1482 Granville Dr, Winter Park, $560,000 MaryStuart Day & Megan Cross 920 Virginia Drive, Winter Park, $450,000 Meg Dolan OWNER OPERATORS Guaranteed minimum 2,700 miles/week! All miles paid loaded/empty. Class-A CDL & 1 yr exp. Lease Purchase Program w/ Down Payment Assistance. Fleet Owners Welcome. 866-220-7845. driveforgreat wide.com HELP WANTED

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