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Southernmost


FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2009


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Southernmost Flyer focuses

on local Navy 'green' effort


NAVAL SUPPORT
ACTIVITY, Bahrain (April
22, 2008) During
last year's Earth Day
celebration, service
members, civilians
and kindergarten
students from the
Bahrain School help
plant a Washingtonian
tree at the end of the
"Main Street" next to
the Freedom Souq at
Naval Support Activity
Bahrain. The Navy's
theme for Earth Day
2009, "Partnering for
the Planet;'," recog-
nizes the collaborative
culture of active duty,
civilian and contractor
personnel accomplish-
ing the military mis-
sion while simultane-
ously safeguarding the
environment.
U.S. Navy photo by MC2
Anderson Bomjardim


inside:
SALUTE!: A message
of encouragement and
achievement from the
CO to you ...........2

LIFE SAVING: The story
of the hare and turtle,
and more .........10

TOP OF PAGE ONE:
Earth Man rocks out on
recycling and pondering the
miraculous blue marble we
call home.


BY TRICE DENNY
Southernmost Flyer

aval Air Station Key
West, as well as peo-
ple around the world
this week, will join together
to celebrate the 39th anniver-
sary of Earth Day Wednesday.
The Navy's theme for Earth
Day 2009, "Partnering for the
Planet," recognizes the collab-
orative culture of active duty,
civilian and contractor person-
nel accomplishing the military


Protecting environmental

integrity is important to

the air station mission


BY ED BARHAM
NAS Key West Environmental
Director

T he Environ-
mental Division
at Naval Air
Station Key West is
charged with ensur-
ing the air station's
ability to meet its mis-
sion requirements
of supporting opera-
tional and readiness
requirements of the
Department of Defense
and other agencies in
an environmentally
responsible manner.
In other words,
besides being the right
thing to do, good envi-


ronmental stewardship
keeps the air station in
compliance, which in
turn, keeps the base
here to do its mission
- train warfighters.
With NAS Key West
located smack in the
middle of such an envi-
ronmentally sensitive
area as the Florida Keys,
the Environmental
Division closely moni-
tors air station activities
so that there is not only
minimal impact to the
environment, but the
overall environmental
footprint is reduced.
Environmental stew-

see MISSION page 4


mission while simultaneously
safeguarding the environment.
Emphasized this Earth Day
are Navy energy programs and
initiatives that through coopera-
tion and partnership contribute
to a healthier planet.
Now, how does that fit in
with the workings of a busy
naval air station in the middle
of a national marine sanctu-
ary? Jet flights every day, Sailors
and civilians performing their

see EARTH DAY page 4


EARTH DAY BEACH CLEANUP

NaVal Air
Station Key

West aviator
picks up trash on
the beach at Boca
Chica Road during
the annual Earth
Day beach cleanup
in 2006. This year's
beach cleanup will
be April 24 at the
Same location at
8 a.m. Everyone
is encouraged
to attend. NAS'
Environmental
Department will
provide bags, gloves
and water, you
bring your depart-
ment/command,
sunscreen and
sturdy shoes.


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IThis Week in

SNaval History
-.

April 17

1778 Sloop-in-war Ranger
captures British brig.

April 18

1988 Navy destroys two
Iranian surveillance plat-
forms, sinks one frigate and
one patrol ship, and severely
damages a second frigate in
retaliation for attack on USS
Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58).

April 19

1861 President Lincoln orders
blockade of Southern ports
from S.C. to Texas.

April 20

1947 Capt. L.O. Fox, support-
ed by 80 Marines, accepted
the surrender of Lt. Yamaguchi
and 26 Japanese soldiers and
sailors, two and one half years
after the occupation of Peleliu
and nearly 20 months after the
surrender of Japan.

April 21

1906 Commander Robert
Peary discovered supposed
Arctic Continent did not exist.

April 22


In many respects, every day
is "Earth Day" here at NAS Key
West since every aspect of our
mission here is guided with
the environment in mind. Up
until the 1960s,
little attention
was paid to
the environ-
ment and the
-damage being
caused by
NAS Key West
Commanding industry and
Oicer thefederal gov-
CAPT. ernment. Civic
Steven and govern-
Holmes ment action
demanding
changes to harmful practices
grew and on January 1, 1970,
the first major law directed at
federal agencies established
a national environmental
policy with goals for the pro-
tection, maintenance, and
enhancement of the environ-
ment. That law is the National
Environmental Policy Act, or
"NEPA" as it is often called.
Whatever we do here, the


any planned project, and if
required, evaluate alternatives
for that project. If the NEPA
process is triggered during a
preliminary environmental
investigation, it could result in
one of three levels of NEPA
documentation: a Categorical
Exclusion, an Environmental
Assessment (EA), or if poten-
tial significant impacts are
possible, an Environmental
Impact Statement (EIS). The
process includes cooperation
and involvement of federal,
state, and local governments,
and other concerned public
and private organizations and
citizens.
Over the past decade, NEPA
processes have locally guided
a harbor dredging project, the
ongoing airfield clearance and
drainage project, the introduc-
tion of the F/A-18 E/F aircraft
for transient operations, and
the clean up and restoration of
federal lands.
NAS Key West has a history
of being environmental stew-


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ted

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nee by Florida Fish &Wildlife
for their regional award
* Having a proactive recycling
program
* Partnerships with the Nature
Conservatory and other
similar organizations
* Volunteerism in local com-
munity clean up and resto-
ration efforts.
None of it would be possible
if it weren't for the men and
women of NAS KeyWest both
civilian and military, that go
above and beyond the envi-
ronmental standards each and
every day. It is part of our cul-
ture!
Take the extra effortthis week
to learn a little more about
NAS KeyWest's environmental
policy and the Environmental
Management System. Become
even more active and aware
in protecting the environment
through everyday practices
such as recycling, energy con-
servation, or parking your car
and taking the bus to work.
You can make a difference!


April is National Alcohol Awareness Month


The alcohol content of stan-
dard drinks of beer, din-
ner wine or distilled spir-
its (either straight or in a mixed
drink) are equivalent about six-
tenths of an ounce each. They're
all the same to a Breathalyzer. So
it's notwhich you choose to drink
but how much you drink that's
important.


1898 U.S. warships begin Alcohol Equivalence
blockade of Cuba


April 23

1945 In only U.S. use of guid-
ed missiles in WW II, 2 BAT
missiles release at Balikiapan,
Borneo.


The alcohol content of a stan-
dard drink of beer, dinner
wine, or distilled spirits (either
straight or in a mixed drink)
are equivalent. To a breatha-
lyzer, they are all the same.
The health benefits associ-
ated with drinking in modera-
tion are also similar for beer,


wine and spirits. The primary
factor associated with health
and longevity appears to be
the alcohol itself.
Knowing about equivalence
can help you drink in modera-
tion. For example, you won't
be fooled by the misleading
term "hard liquor," which
implies that drinking distilled
spirits leads more quickly to
intoxication than other alco-
hol beverages.

Tips for Drinking in
Moderation
Know your limit. If you are
not sure, experiment at home
with your spouse or some
other responsible individual.
Explain what you are attempt-


ing to learn. Most people find
that they can consume one
drink per hour without any ill
effects.
Eat food
while you
drink. Food,
especially
high-protein
Food such as
NAS Key West meat, cheese
CommandDAPA
and peanuts,
ACC (AW/SW) will help slow
Christopher the absorption
Jones of alcohol into
your body.
Sip your drink. If you gulp
a drink, you lose the pleasure
of savoring its flavors and aro-
mas.

see ALCOHOL page 3


Southernmost

Flyer

COMMANDING OFFICER
Capt. Steven Holmes
EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Cmdr. Michael Giardino
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
James E. Brooks
EDITOR
Trice Denny
STAFF
MC2 Rachel McMarr

This newspaper is an authorized pub-
lication for members of the military
service and their families. Its contents
do not necessarily reflect the official
views of the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the U.S.
Navy and do not imply endorsement
thereof.
The appearance of advertising in this
newspaper, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorse-
ment by the Department of Defense,
the Navy, Naval Air Station Key West or
Cooke Communications of the products
and services advertised.
Everything advertised in this publica-
tion shall be made available for pur-
chase, use or patronage without regard
to race, color, religion, sex, national ori-
gin, age, marital status, physical handi-
cap, political affiliation or any other non-
merit factor of the purchaser, user or
patron. If a violation or rejection of this
equal opportunity policy by an advertiser
is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse
to print advertising from that source until
the violation is corrected.
The editorial content of this newspa-
per is prepared, edited and provided
by the Public Affairs Office of Naval
Air Station Key West, Florida. The sale
of Southernmost Flyer advertising and
printing of the newspaper is performed
by Cooke Communications, a private
firm in no way connected with the
Department of Defense or the U.S.
Navy, under exclusive contract with
Naval Air Station Key West.
Additional copy and photo-
graphs provided by the readers of
the Southernmost Flyer should be
addressed to: Editor, Southernmost
Flyer, Public Affairs Office, Naval
Air Station, Box 9001, Key West,
FL 33040-9001. Copy can also be
e-mailed to andrea.denny@navy.mil.
Telephone 305-293-2027/2434. DSN
483-2027/2434.
Deadline for all editorial copy is 4
p.m. the Friday preceding publication.
All articles must be submitted on disk
in text format, written in upper/lower
case style. Advertisements are solicited
by Cooke Communications and queries
concerning such should be directed
to: Cooke Communications, 3420
Northside Dr., Key West, FL 33041.
Telephone: 305-292-7777.









Bright idea becomes air station's first solar-powe:


BY JAMES E. BROOKS
NAS Key West Public Affairs Officer

Key West's sunset cel-
ebrations leave behind
a day full of tourist
memories. Eight miles north
on Boca Chica Key, red lights
along the airfield's perimeter
blink on and off in the grow-
ing darkness like an approv-
ing audience at a rock concert.
What makes this night-time
performance special? Instead
of memories and tan lines, the
lights blink on and off courte-
sy of electricity produced and
stored from a day in the sun.
"NAS Key West has a line
of solar-powered, flashing
red lights around primary


Job Title: Environmental
Protection Specialist
Hometown: Key West, Fla.
Prior Duty Station: I've been
at Boca Chica for 22 years.
Hobbies: Cooking, boating
and watching my kids play
sports and activities.
Most Interesting
Experience: Raising two
teenagers.
Future Plans: Run a mara-
thon.
Words of Wisdom: Take
nothing but pictures. Leave
nothing but footprints. Kill
nothing but time.


Alcohol
continued from page 2


Don't participate in "chug-
ging" contests or other drink-
ing games.
Accept a drink only when
you really want one. If some-
one tries to force a drink on
you, ask for a non-alcohol bev-


surface boundaries to warn
pilots of obstructions near
the runways," said NAS Key
West Airfield Manager Drew
Lasseter. "There are tall, chain
link fences and the flashing red
lights provide a visual remind-
er that they're there."
The perimeter airfield
obstruction light array became
the first completed solar proj-
ect at NAS Key West. The air
station's renewable energy ini-
tiative is a small part of an over-
all base-wide effort to improve
energy efficiency and reduce
growing utility costs in the face
of rising electricity rates.
Pedro Falcon Electrical
Contractor of Big Pine Key, Fla.,
installed the original array of


Helen Stanley


erage instead. If that doesn't
work, "lose" your drink by set-
ting it down somewhere and
leaving it.
Skip a drink now and then.
Having a non-alcoholic drink
between alcoholic ones will
help keep your blood alcohol
content level down, as does
spacing out your alcoholic
drinks.


34 solar powered lights more
than four years ago. Following
Hurricane Wilma, the contrac-
tor returned and repaired the
array back to working order.
According to Bob Allsbrook,
who helped installed the origi-
nal lights and repaired storm
damage, the light array consists
of a solar panel that keeps a 12-
volt car battery fully charged,
and a flashing red light that
draws power from the bat-
tery during the night. During
daylight hours, the battery is
recharged and an internal elec-
trical switch prevents the battery


from becoming overcharged.
While the airfield perimeter
obstruction light system is the
air station's first renewable
energy project incorporating
solar power, KeyWest's famous
weather promises more
solar projects here to come.
Naval Facilities Engineering
Command Southeast recently
announced execution of $248
million in projects as part of
the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA). A
solar-integrated roof project to
be installed here is one of the
projects funded.


The Balfour Beatty Family
Yard Sale will be held Saturday
at 10 a.m. next to the chapel
on Sigsbee Park. A truck from
Samuel's House charity will
be available at 2 p.m. to haul
away anything you would like
to donate to charity. There are
a few tables available, call Ellie
to reserve one.

Let's have a block party! Come
join BBC at Peary Court for a
Block Party and Magic Show
April 25 at 4 p.m. on the White
Street side by the playground.
Bring a dish to share.

Free rent? Move into a
Balfour Beatty home and
get one month's rent free!
What would you do with one
month's rent? Anyway you
want it spread out over a
lease period or get it all at
once. Call our Community
Management Office at 292-
5590 for more details.


Keep active; don't just sit
around and drink. If you stay
active you tend to drink less
and to be more aware of any
effects alcohol may be having
on you.
Beware of unfamiliar drinks.
Some drinks, such as zom-
bies and other fruit drinks,
can be deceiving as the alco-
hol content is not detectable.


Maintenance Tip
Light bulbs and fixtures
The BBC homes at Key West
contain several types of bulbs.
The rule of thumb to follow is
that if the bulb can be screwed
into the fixture, the resident is
responsible forreplacing them.
If it is a fluorescent bulb the
maintenance staff will replace
and dispose of them. Bulbs for
personal lighting fixtures are
not replaced by the mainte-
nance staff. If the screw-inbulb
breaks off in the light socket
please place a trouble call and
we will help to remove the
bulb base. Common fixtures
that the resident is responsible
for are:
* Ceiling fan bulbs
* Range exhaust hood bulb
* Exterior security lights (flood
lights)
And, everywhere possible, use
compact fluorescent bulbs to
save energy.


Therefore, it is difficult to
space them properly.
Use alcohol carefully in con-
nection with pharmaceuticals.
Ask your physician or phar-
macist about any precautions
or prohibitions and follow any
advice received.
Remember...
A glass of white or red wine,
a bottle of beer, and a shot


red project I

"NASKeyWestwasatopcan- 3
didate for the project because F
of our high utility costs and
high number of sunshine
days," said Naval Facilities
Engineering Command "
Southeast Detachment Key >
West Public Works Officer Lt. m
Cmdr. Ana Franco.
While NAS Key West's solar-
powered airfield obstruction g
light project may seem small
by other Navy renewable ener-
gy projects, it's another step
toward a greener planet while
providing energy savings and
cost savings for the Navy.


Cooking with Chef Ellie

Salami Crisps with Sour
Cream and Basil

24 (1/8- to 1/4-inch) slices
Italian dry salami
1/3 cup sour cream
3 tablespoons thinly sliced
fresh basil leaves

Preheat the oven to 325
degrees. Line 2 heavy large
baking sheets with aluminum
foil. Arrange the salami in a
single layer over the baking
sheets. Bake until the sala-
mi slices are amber brown
watching closely to ensure
they brown evenly, about 15
minutes. Transfer the salami
crisps to a paper towel lined
baking sheet to absorb the
excess oil. Set aside to cool.
Spoon a dollop of sour cream
on top of each salami crisp.
Sprinkle the basil over and
serve.


of whiskey or other distilled
spirits all contain equivalent
amounts of alcohol and are
they same to a Breathalyzer. A
standard drink is:
A 12-ounce bottle or can of
regular beer
A 5-ounce glass of wine
A one and 1/2 ounce of 80
proof distilled spirits (either
straight or in a mixed drink)


Balfour Beatty Communities News



































DUPLICITY LAST CHAN
HARVEYX,


Recycle every day.


Do your part to be green.


Mission
continued from page 1


hardship protects and preserves
the capabilities of the station.
In order to effectively meet
this challenge Naval Facilities
Engineering Command has
supplied NAS with a staff of
environmental profession-
als that cover all of the major
environmental media: natural
resources, solid and hazardous
waste management, installa-
tion restoration and stormwa-
ter/wastewater. In this edition
of the Southernmost Flyer you
will read about the great work
these dedicated individuals do
to keep the warfighters flying.
The Navy's environmental
goal is to meet or exceed statu-
tory regulatory requirements.
While the Environmental
Division is doing a great job of
meeting requirements, in some
areas it is doing an outstand-
ing job of exceeding them. For
example, the natural resources
program, working in partner-
ship with the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, Texas A&M
and the Nature Conservancy,
has become the base's spotlight
program. Efforts taken by NAS
Key West over the last several
years have ensured the con-
tinued existence of a critically
endangered species, the Lower
Florida Keys marsh rabbit.
Because every single per-
son's activities can impact the
environment, the Navy has
initiated a policy of integrating
environmental considerations


Earth Day
continued from page 1


daily routines, port opera-
tions and even special forces
training are all highlights of
what the Navy does down
here, but underneath and
around all that is amazing
indigenous flora and fauna
and a healthy plan for keep-
ing Mother Nature happy at
the air station.
NAS' Environmental Division
is tasked with keeping the air
station in compliance with


environmental regulations and
is also a great source of infor-
mation for anything related to
environmental concerns.
This week's issue of the
Southernmost Flyer is
focused on the Environmental
Division's efforts in environ-
mental protection and also
features people you know who
are doing their part to make
our world last.
By the way, the Southernmost
Flyer is printed on paper that
is composed of 30 percent
recycled material, and the rest
comes from sustainable forests.


U.S. Navy photo
Naval Air Station Key West's Environmental Division, led by Director
Ed Barham, top, plays a key role in maintaining the mission of
the air station. Bottom row, Hazardous Waste Disposer Frank Veliz,
Hazardous Waste Manager Patricia McNeill, Biological Technician
Carrie Backlund, and Naval Facilities Command Southeast Public
Works Officer Lt. Cmdr. Ana Franco. Middle Row, Hazardous Waste
Disposer Eric Gaertner, Natural Resources Manager George Kenny,
Solid Waste Manager Helen Stanley and Water Programs Manager
Guillermo Wallace. Not pictured is Installation Restoration/Tanks
Manager Robert Courtright.


into the day-to-day activities
of all Navy personnel. From
the commanding officer down
to the deckhands, everyone
who works on board NAS Key
West will know how to per-
form their job in an environ-
mentally responsible way.
The Environmental
Management System (EMS)
established at NAS Key West
will be the key to teaching the
troops. EMS works through a
series of internal and external
audits that analyze environ-
mental practices and ensure
programs are up to date.


In addition to working with-
in the station, NAS Key West
is communicating its environ-
mental policy to the public
through events like the infor-
mational booth at the Earth
Day Celebration at Bahia
Honda State Park Saturday, the
beach cleanup at Boca Chica
Road April 24 and online at
www.cnrse-ems.org/env-key-
west.
The actions the air station
take safeguard the environ-
ment now and in the future,
making it a leader in environ-
mental stewardship.









NAS contract will greatly

reduce energy use by 2015


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

n$8millionDepartment
of the Navy contract at
aval Air Station Key
West is expected to pay big
dividends in the future by
reducing energy use, carbon
dioxide emissions and saving
valuable manpower resources.
The contract awarded to
NORESCO by Naval Facilities
Engineering
S Command

September
will help
NAS Key
West meet
energy
reduction goals specified by
the federal government and the
U.S. Navy.
"In January 2007, President
George W. Bush signed
Executive Order 13423 charg-
ing federal agencies to reduce
energy use by three per-
cent annually or by 30 per-
cent by 2015," said NAS Key
West Environmental Director
Ed Barham. "The NORESCO
contract will help us reduce
our energy use by 18 percent
from an established bench line
which represents nine years of
energy reduction goals."
According to NORESCO
Senior Project Developer
Lawrence Stoff, the work here
will be done as an energy-sav-
ings performance contract
(ESPC) and will be funded by
guaranteed cost savings over
15 years. This self-funding
contract arrangement elimi-
nates the lengthy delay for
capital appropriations funds to
become available in the Navy's
annual defense budget to pay
for the energy infrastructure
improvements.
"NAS Key West faces great
challenges in meeting energy
reduction goals because of the
high summer temperatures
and humidity," said Stoff. "'Add
to the fact the base already had
some of the highest utility costs


in Navy Region Southeast. This
project will help reduce energy
consumption by the square
foot and make important
infrastructure improvements
now that couldn't otherwise be
done until money came avail-
able through typical budget
processes."
According to Roy Dolley,
NAS Key West's contracted
resource efficiency manager,
initial improvements include:
* Full-feature building auto-
mation systems that will
replace older systems in five
buildings and will be added
in 12 buildings with no cur-
rent central controls
* Specialized room occupan-
cy sensors and thermostats
in visitors quarters buildings
that will significantly reduce
the need for air condition-
ing when the buildings are
unoccupied or indoor tem-
peratures don't require the
need for air conditioning
* Energy-efficient lighting
upgrades in workspaces that
will reduce energy use
* Upgrades to two existing
chiller plants by adding new
state-of-the-art high-effi-
ciency chillers, new pumps,
and variable speed drives.
"The one thing many Sailors
here will see right away are
contractors replacing light fix-
tures in workspaces that will
turn the lights off automatical-
ly when no one is in the room,"
said Dolley. "People will notice
the difference when they enter
a room and the lights go on
automatically. It takes a few
seconds for them to burn at
full brightness."
While the success of the
contract will be measured in
how much it saves NAS Key
West in future utility bills, the
benefits for a "greener" planet
can't be ignored either.
"We estimate that the annu-
al reduction from carbon diox-
ide emissions will be about
11,200,000 pounds of CO2 or
the equivalent of 985 fewer
cars on the street," said Stoff.


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THE EARTH BELONGS TO ALL OF US.











21st Annual Youth
Fest is Saturday!
SApril is the Month of the
SMilitary Child and MWR will
Again host the 21st Annual
Youth Fest in recognition of all
, military children.
o The event will be from noon
S- 3 p.m. Saturday at the Sigsbee
Field, behind the Youth Center,
.and is open to all eligible
patrons.
Activities include the
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
petting zoo, carnival games,
food, and give-aways. Thanks
to the following sponsors for
their support:
Blue Sponsors ($500) Chief
Petty Officers' Association,
NASKW; Keys Federal Credit
Union; Sons of Italy; Sunset
Watersports; and Waste
Management
Red Sponsors ($250)
American Legion Post #28
Women's Auxiliary; Duncan
Ford; Fury Water Adventures;
and Nikki's Face Painting
White Sponsors ($100) -
Audubon House & Tropical
Garden; Discovery Glass
Bottom Boat; First State Bank
of the Florida Keys; Kermit's
Key Lime Shoppe, Key West
Aquarium; and the Key West
Art & Historical Society.

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
401 Duval Street
Welcomes the Military Family








Sunday
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a.m.
Sung Eucharist 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery
Holy Eucharist 11:00 a.m.
Deacon's Mass
Nursery Available in Parish Hall
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


MWR Update


Upcoming MWR events

Armed Forces Sports Day -
May 15 at Sigsbee Field. Call
293-2480 for details.
Dolphin Derby May 23
(Captain's Meeting May 22) at
Sunset Lounge and Sigsbee
Marina. Call 293-4434 for
information. Registration
and rules forms are available
at both marinas, the Fitness
Center on Boca Chica, ITT on
Sigsbee, and Beach Patio on
Truman Annex.

Liberty Events

Liberty activities are part of the
Navy's Liberty Program and are
only for single, unaccompa-
nied active duty military mem-
bers rated E-6 & below. If space
allows, the program activities
are occasionally opened to all
active duty at full cost.
*As of May 1, all Liberty
events and trips require a
Liberty Card to sign up or par-
ticipate. If you do not have a
new card, call or e-mail Emma
to request a card. Information
that needs to be provided is:
First andlast name, command/
department, transfer out date
and an e-mail address.
* Every Tuesday Sunset
Lounge hosts the weekly
Poker, Pool and Darts night.
Free food and drinks are pro-
vided from the great Sunset
Lounge menu and take your
chance at winning prizes.
* Monday Liberty is giving
away 10 free movie tickets to
Regal Cinema. The feature
film is "Fighting." Call 293-
2682 to reserve your ticket!
* April 25 Paintball! If you
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missing out. No matter what
level beginner to pro you
will have a blast. $15 per per-
son will cover rental and 500
rounds. $5 gets you another
500 rounds.
* April 26 The Florida
Marlins offer free tickets to
military personnel every
Sunday. Patrons are required
to pay $5 to reserve a seat on
the van, which will return
the day of the event. Watch
the Marlins take on the
Philadelphia Phillies!
Sign up by calling Emma at
293-2682 for e-mail emma.
harlow@navy.mil.

Vet Re-sale Clinic open
Thursday on Sigsbee
The Vet Re-sale Clinic is open
from 4 6 p.m. each Thursday
(except on vet visit days) at the
clinic on Sigsbee Park. Call 293-
4191 for more information.

Navigator's Bar and
Grill events
* Tonight Chicken & ribs
BBQ with music by Zack
Seemiller.
* April 24 Mongolian
BBQ and music with Zack
Seemiller.
Call 293-2468 for information.

Sunset Lounge readies
for "Idol" contest
Join Sunset Lounge's very own
"Idol" contest! The talent show
begins Wednesday with audi-
tions during karaoke, 7 10 p.m.
Auditions continue on April 29.
Twelve finalists will begin
Idol competition on May 7;
each week contestants will


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be voted off until a winner is
selected June 3. Sign up at the
Lounge to participate; all con-
testants must be over 18.
* Tuesday Liberty Program
events for single Sailors E-6
and below. Music by DJ Rick
from 7 10 p.m.
* Wednesday Karaoke, 6:30
10:30 p.m.
* Thursday DJ from 7 10
p.m.
* Friday Live music this
week, Dave Aaron from 7
p.m. close.
* Saturday Live music from
7- 11 p.m.
The Sunset Lounge bar is open
4 10 p.m. Monday through
Thursday; 4 p.m. 1 a.m. on
Friday; 11 a.m. 1 a.m. on
Saturday; and 11 a.m. 10
p.m. on Sundays.
The kitchen is open for din-
ner 5 9 p.m. daily and for
lunch from 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m.
on Wednesday, Saturdays,
and Sundays.
Call 293-4435 for more infor-
mation.

Runway Grill Lunch

The specials are $6 and include
a fountain drink. Specials are
subject to availability. Healthy
alternatives salads, wraps
and grilled chicken are avail-
able. Call 293-2116 for more
information.
Lunch Buffet is from 11 a.m.
-1 p.m.
* Monday Teriyaki Sweet
& Sour Chicken, fried rice,
Soba noodles and stir-fry
vegetables
* Tuesday Mediterranean
chicken, garlic bread and
vegetables.
* Wednesday Sloppy Joes,


potatoes au gratin, chips
and vegetables.
* Thursday Chicken nug-
gets, macaroni and cheese,
baked beans, rolls and veg-
etables.
* April 17 Fish, hush puppies,
steak fries and cole slaw.


April Fitness

Boca Chica Gym
Monday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 6 p.m. YogaVideo
Tuesday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 11 a.m. Butts & Guts with
Jill
Wednesday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 11 a.m. Beginner Kayak*
* 6 p.m. Yoga Video
Thursday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 11 a.m. Butts & Guts with
Jill
Friday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
Saturday
* 9 a.m. Butts & Guts
*Located out of the Boca Chica Marina.
Reservations required, call 293-2480.


Sigsbee Studio

Monday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale
* 4:30 p.m. Butts & Guts with
Monica


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Programs aim to restore environment at contamii


BY JAMES E. BROOKS
NAS Key West Public Affairs Officer

Nearly two centuries

of Navy presence in
the Florida Keys con-
jures up memories of great
historic moments and accom-
plishments. But in retrospect,
environmental practices and
processes used today were
non-existent.
For more than 20 years,
the Department of Defense's
Environmental Restoration
Program (DERP) has guided
the military services' response
to potentially hazardous and
toxic sites on active and for-
mer military installations
prior to 1986. Here at NAS Key
West, the Navy works toward a
cleaner environment through
the Installation Restoration
(IR) and Base Realignment and
Closure (BRAC) programs.
The IR program is a process
the air station uses to iden-
tify former contaminated sites
through intensive sampling
and evaluations and then



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* 5:30 p.m. Kickboxing/
Pump with Jill
* 6:45 p.m. Spinning with
Colleen
Tuesday
* 5:30 p.m. Spinning with
Monica
* 6:45 p.m. Step with
Monica
Wednesday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale
* 4:30 p.m. Butts & Guts with
Monica


develops the most timely and
cost effective cleanup process.
"Our IR program started in
1988 and we've done a good
job inidentifying all potentially
contaminated sites," said NAS
Key West Environmental
Director Ed
Barham. "Insome
areas around our
property where
the environmental
threat is minimal, we've
employed Land Use Control
(LUC) restrictions which pro-
hibit development or reuse.
The cost benefit to the average
taxpayer is enormous."
According to Robert
Courtright, the air station's
IR program manager, part of
the success of NAS Key West's
IR program is public partici-
pation in the process. Many
sites where contamination
occurred years ago were locat-
ed through casual discussions
with local residents, retired
service members and civil-
ian employees who remem-
ber where potentially harmful


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* 6:45 p.m.
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Friday
* 8:30 a.m. -
Dale


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* 9:30 a.m. Pump with
Colleen
Saturday
* 9 a.m. Spin Interval

April Sports and
Special Events

Sprint Triathlon Saturday
at the Boca Chica Marina.


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spills or improper disposals
occurred years ago.
"We recently visited a former
Hawk Missile Site at Geiger Key
with a retired service mem-
ber who was stationed there
during the 1960s," said
Courtright. "From
that single visit,
we were able to
identify addition-
al environmental
impacts that occurred
there. With that information
we were able to pursue a larger
plan to analyze and clean up
any contamination."
Another part of the commu-
nity outreach program is the air
station's Restoration Advisory
Board (RAB). The advisory
panel was created in December
1995 and includes local resi-
dents in its membership.
The purpose of the RAB is to
improve awareness and com-
munication between the Navy
and the community regarding
local environmental issues.
"These meetings are held
once a year and the next meet-


Individual or team registration
deadline is today.

Racquetball Tournament
- April 25 at Truman Annex
Racquetball Court at 10 a.m.

For more information on
April Sports call Evans at
293-2683 or e-mail evans.
sportsnaskw@yahoo.com.

For more information on
fitness schedules/events
call 293-2480 or e-mail
bocachicagym@gmail.com

Boca Chica Fitness Center
hours are from 5:30 a.m. 9:30
p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. 5
p.m. on weekends. Call 293-
2480 for more information.


ing will be scheduled sometime
in June," said Barham. "We'll
announce the exact day, time
and location next month and
everyone is welcome to attend
and participate."
NAS Key West monitors 12
sites that employ land use
restrictions and are part of
the IR program. The program
ensures contamination levels
are depleting and no further
threats to the environment
occur. Seven of the sites are on
Boca Chica, two on Fleming
Key and three on Truman
Annex. Land use controls are
in place at the locations, and
the sites are reviewed every five
years to determine if the select-
ed course of action to remedy
the situation continues to be
appropriate for each site.
Former Navy property
given to the city of Key West
and Monroe County falls
under a separate program for
environmental clean up. The
base realignment and closure
(BRAC) program is respon-
sible for addressing any con-


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nated sites

tamination that occurred on
those sites.
The Navy has performed
several cleanup actions in
the city of Key West's Truman
Annex waterfront area. Three "
areas where a former Defense .
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extensive remedial cleanup in "
the last two years. Additionally, g
the Navy completed monitor-
ing of groundwater conditions
in the southwest comer of the
former Navy Poinciana Plaza
Housing complex on Duck
Avenue in Key West.
"While the BRAC program
is separate and distinct from
the air station's IR program,
it's another example of the
Navy's concern for the envi-
ronment," said Barham.
"There may be further clean
up actions in these areas
depending on what is decided
by the city. The key is making
sure the property is returned
to a safe and healthy level for
what local governments want
to use the property for."


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On The Street


With Earth Day coming up, what are you doing to be more 'green?'


Tiffany Wylie, Sunset Lounge bartender, Steve Lynch, D LaBorn, U.S. Army R
Sunset Lounge Manager I turn off all power
We switched from sodas and juices in cans when not needed.


to soda guns behind the bar to cut back on
waste. We were recycling 1,000 cans per week
and have cut back to zero cans per week.


et.


AEC (AW) Ryan Boney,
VFA-106
Turning off appliances
and lights when not in
use!


YNC (SW/AW) Chad
Guillory, NAS Key West
Assistant Admin. Officer
Taking the bus to
work.


U.S. Navy photos by MC2 Rachel McMarr



Boca Chica gains a southbound bus stop


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Riding the Lower Keys Shuttle just got
more convenient with a new stop
at Naval Air Station Key West. Now
commuters have even better options to let
someone else do the driving. Until recently,
the shuttle only made a stop at the air sta-
tion on its northbound route. This new
stop means riders can board or disembark
on the southbound route as well.
Key West Public Works crews installed a
sign designating the new easy-access stop
just outside the entrance gate to NAS Key
West on Boca Chica.
"We're excited to be able to provide
the best service possible to the com-
munity," said Key West Department of
Transportation Director Myra Hernandez.
OnWednesday, Hernandez met with
NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt.
Steve Holmes and Executive Director Ron


Demes to take a look at the new sign mark-
ing the stop.
"We thank the city for partnering with
the Naval Air Station to make bus service
to Boca Chica Field much more conve-
nient," said Demes. "The service is anoth-
er 'green' step toward our mutual goal of
saving energy and saving our employees
money."
The Lower Keys Shuttle runs all day
every day with a bus about every 90 min-
utes. For exact schedule information,
check the city's Web site: www.keywestcity.
com. Or, for up-to-the-minute informa-
tion, call 600-1455. The city's newly auto-
mated GPS system provides maps and real-
time bus location to make public transpor-
tation a truly enjoyable experience.
Check out next week's Southernmost
Flyer for the inside scoop on riding the
bus from Boca Chica a public affairs
staffer did it!


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr


Left to right, Key West Transit Supervisor Rogelio Hernandez, Naval Air Station Key West
Commanding Officer Capt. Steve Holmes, Key West Department of Transportation Director Myra
Wittenberg and NAS Key West Executive Director Ron Demes take a look at the Lower Keys Shuttle
schedule at the new southbound stop at NAS Key West's Boca Chica Field April 8.


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MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent
condition, $2,800 OBO, call Skip at (716)
308-6326.
1995 Honda moped, as is, $100, 49 ccs,
very old, needs work, no guarantees on
how long it will last. It burns oil, but still
runs, call (919) 244-7016.
2005 R6 Raven, excellent condition, just
over 3,000 miles, many extras including
jacket, helmet, rain gear, tools and much
more, $5,000, call Rich, (845) 430-4373.
2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel
hitch included, entertainment center, stor-
age, separate door to living area, large
booth dinette, three-burner range, fridge,
hardwood flooring, outside entertainment
center, front queen bed, queen bed over
cargo area. Call Kenny at (305) 923-4963
or (305) 872-5436.
2004 Winnebago Adventurer 35U motor
home, two slide-out queen beds, separate
shower and toilet, kitchen with double
fridge, convection oven, table with seating
for four. Also, two TVs, surround sound,
pull-out couch, A/C, for rent or purchase,
$570/month, call Carl or Sundra (678)
650-1141/2.
2008 Honda CMX 250cc, silver, never
dropped, less than 150 miles, $2,500,
need to sell ASAP! Call Kristina at (305)
296-1586 anytime.
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Extended Cab
4x4. Daytona edition includes rear spoil-
er, oversized tires, side running boards,
electric windows and seats, bed liner,
tow package, Only 29,000 miles, great
condition inside and out, $16,950, call
294-8620.
2001 Ford F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
4x4, has 120,000 miles, clean truck,
maroon in color, every option from factory,
$9,000 OBO. Contact Jerret at (352) 949-
0234, transferring and need to sell.

BOATS & ACCESSORIES
2003 Seadoo GTI personal watercraft
with trailer, $3,000, call Jack at (305)
295-9885.
2004 Yamaha Wave Runner XLT 800 10'
three-person Jet ski, white with blue trim,
very good shape and low hours, hardly
used, with serviced trailer and safety gear.
Max speed 50 mph, $4,080, call (703)
593-7624, ask for Andy.
26'World Cat 1998, twin 2006 Suzuki 175
four-stroke with 165 hours and remaining
warranty. Garmin 4208 with sounder, out-
riggers, 40-gallon live well, 20-gallon fresh
water, salt wash down, shower, five rocket
launchers, Porto-potty, tons of storage,
includes trailer, $45,000 OBO, Call Sean
(619) 647-1595.

MISCELLANEOUS
Palm Pilot with carrying case, charging
dock station and collapsible keyboard,
$40. 12" Dewalt Miter Saw, paid $370,
selling for $195. Inflatable 3'x 10' pool with
debris extracting net, filtration pump, cover
and all chemical treatments, $95. 25" TV,
$40. Enviracaire Air Purifying Machine,
paid $225, selling for $90. Twin Peak
Fender Amplifier, 395 watt, with tubes,
antique, $250. Three-piece oak colored
bedroom set, includes 5'-wide dresser
and two tall cabinets, $200, call Pete at
(305) 849-2429.
Dining room table, hard wood with six
chairs and expandable table for sale,
$400. Bedroom package king size bed
set includes headboard, footboard, rails
and slats, four posts, dresser and mirror,
$700. PlayStation 2 with games, $100.
Call Mary Ann Diaz (305) 509-7185 or
(443) 942-1915.
Five person hot tub, great shape, new
pump and motor, asking $350, call 294-
3828 or 942-6504.
Brand-new wedding dress, size 14 plus
matching accessories, halter style with
sequined body, never been worn, perfect
for a beach wedding, asking $500 OBO,
call Kristi at (305) 393-9468.


120GB hard drive, brand new but won't
work with my laptop, comes with wires
and all installation material, bought at
NEX for $80, selling for $50. Call (412)
7060181.
Like new Chicco stroller with car seat.
Asking $179 OBO, please call Eric or
Hanna at (787) 298-8556 or (305) 295-
8646.
China cabinets, $30, call 294-3828.
Playstation 2, great condition $100, file
cabinet, great condition $20. Call Mary Ann
Diaz (305) 509-7185 or (443) 942-1915.

ROOMMATE
MM 10, walk to Geiger Key marina, long-
term roommate, large, private room and
entrance, cable internet, use of large
kitchen, living room, covered outdoor deck
on private swimming canal with access
to ocean, large yard, great space, no
pets/smoking/drugs. Military/former mili-
tary preferred, $800/month, includes utili-
ties, off-street parking, call Sarge at (305)
395-2527.
Breathtaking ocean view, roommate
needed in furnished luxury condo with
heated pool, Jacuzzi, lighted tennis court,
sauna, gated parking, car wash area, W/
D, central A/C, D/W, cable, wireless DSL,
one large bedroom, $1,000/month, share
utilities, F/L/S paid over first three months,
call Michael (305) 766-0002, leave mes-
sage.
FOR RENT
2/2 Cudjoe Key, MM 23, furnished,
50'concrete dock/seawall with cleaning
table and dock posts, deep water access
to ocean and gulf, storage, tiled floors,
stainless steel appliances, W/D, wide side
porch. Long-term rental, six-month mini-
mum, call Maria at (305) 619-0288 or e-
mail masflkeys@yahoo.com.
Big Coppitt waterfront studio apartment,
full bath and kitchen, tile, A/C, perfect for
one or two, five minutes from NAS Boca
Chica, off-street parking, boat dockage for
jet ski or small boat, washer/dryer, great
neighborhood, $900/month including utili-
ties, military preferred, (305) 296-4058.
2/2, Sunset Marina condo, top floor, end
of building, with views of the Gulf. Sunset
Marina is a private gated community with
dockside heated pool, spa, clubhouse,
assigned covered parking, guest park-
ing, deep water access and full-service
marina. Across from KWGC, boat slip
also available for rent, $2,100/month, F/S,
call Maria at (305) 619-0288 or e-mail
masflkeys@yahoo.com.
2/1 renovated mobile home with tiled
counters and floors, A/C, W/D, patio, big
shed, fenced, close to NAS, affordable
comfort and privacy, $1,150, (350) 394-
1242.
2/2 private bath with each bedroom,
furnished, private corner lot, off-street
parking, W/D, central A/C, $1,400, call
Kevin at 294-4001.
2/2 house on canal in Cudjoe, W/D,
central A/C, dishwasher, hot tub, great
location. Pets welcome, $1,400/month
plus utilities, (904) 262-2811 or (904)
718-4757.
2/2 beachside condo, gated community
with pool and tennis court. Available 5/1
for one or two-year lease. In excellent
condition, 1,100 square feet, small pet
okay, second floor balcony with view of
salt ponds, $1,850/month, F/S, call (305)
432-1427 or (609) 432-7266.
1/1 mobile home on Big Coppitt, near
NAS, patio with grill, vacant lots on either
side, tiled with carpet in bedroom, A/C,
W/D, shed, $875, call (305) 394-1242.
3/2 Cudjoe Gardens on the water,
$2,000/month, call Tam Guarino (305)
797-6674.
1/1 MM 15, call 745-1462.
2/1 MM 15, call 745-1462.
2/2 Summerland Key, renovated in 2007,
1,300 square-foot stilt home with storage
below, in upscale neighborhood on deep


NAS Classifieds

canal with 50' seawall, easy deepwater
and back country access. New kitchen, tile
floors, balcony on canal, central A/C, W/D,
D/W, new appliances, very quiet, $2,000/
month, call Sean (619) 647-1595.
2/2 New town, Santa Clara condo, pool,
tennis, available March 15, $1,650/month,
call (305) 849-0399.
3/2 plus office room, Key Haven, brand
new kitchen, recently renovated, water-
front, boat access, available April 1, $2,200
plus utilities, call (305) 296-7200.
3/2 Key West, great, convenient location
to bases and shopping, two story, newly
renovated. Fenced, tropical yard with cov-
ered/screened decks, outdoor shower,
room for personal watercraft, stainless
steel kitchen, D/W, A/C, W/D, furnished,
turn-key, long term. Great for military, two
people, $1,900, three people, $2,025. E-
mail keys.sun12@gmail.com or call (305)
896-1685 and leave a message.
2/2 Cudjoe, on boating canal, W/D, D/W,
beautifully remodeled kitchen with gran-
ite countertops. Great house in a super
neighborhood, $1,700/month, OBO. Call
(904) 477-2285 or (305) 797-8505.
3/1 French country cottage with fenced
double lot and garden, room for RV, boat
and extra vehicles, two blocks from private
boat ramp, bay/ocean immediate access
and beach area, pets OK, children can
walk to Sugarloaf school, $1,600/month,
prefer year lease. Call Dale (305) 849-
5962.
2/2 Casa Marina area, quiet, roomy, unfur-
nished duplex, pets allowed with permis-
sion. W/D hookup, front and rear decks,
private yard, entrances and off-street park-
ing. Available April 1, $1,500/month plus
electric and water. Call Celeste at (239)
269-5634 or carciee@yahoo.com.
4/4, walking distance to the beach. Corner
lot with tropical landscaping, large deck,
outdoor bar, heated pool and spa, walk-in
closets, Jacuzzi bathtub, private balconies,
only two years old, complete laundry room.
Can be rented furnished for additional cost,
call Maria, (305) 619-0288.

FOR SALE
2/1, cement, stucco block home for sale.
Central A/C, tiled floors, French doors
to 14'x29' porch, one room detached
with A/C for office or studio, garden year
round. Walk to private boat ramp, beach
and Sugarloaf school. Extra 50' x 100'
lot adjoins home for building or storage
for RV, boat. Property is fenced. Asking
$350,000 by owner, call (305) 849-5962.

JOBS
USG office on NAS Key West's Truman
Annex seeks part-time independent con-
tractor for facility maintenance and repair,
project coordination, simple technical
equipment troubleshooting and property
inventory. Must be U.S. citizen, eligible for
base access and have good handyman
skills, excellent organizational and com-
munications skills and flexibility. Twenty
daytime business hours per week, four-
month contract, renewable to one year.
Rate is negotiable depending on qualifica-
tions. Send resume to Recruit@rccb.osis.
gov with "Facilities IC" in the subject line.
NAVFAC SE Public Works Department
Key West is participating in a free Career
Fair Wednesday from 4 7 p.m. at Florida
Keys Community College.There are oppor-
tunities available for Electrical Workers,
High Voltage Electricians, Carpenters,
Generator Mechanics, HVAC Mechanics,
Locksmiths, Vehicle Mechanics, and
Laborers. Have your resume available for
review. Veterans will need to also provide
a copy of your DD214 and VRA Letter.
NAVFAC is an equal opportunity employer.
SERVICES
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 6:30 p.m.
at the Care Center on 4th and Patterson
Streets. Learn how to lose 2 5 pounds
per week, reduce medications, develop
healthy habits and avoid complications


of obesity. Please call Ruth at 305-923-
0288 or Debbie at 305-395-0910 for more
information.
Do you home school? If so, would
you like to be a part of the "Key West
Sunschoolers" home school group? If
so, please call (305) 619-0493, or check
out our Web site, http://floridakeyshome-
schoolers.blogspot.com/.You can also join
us at the Boca Chica bowling alley every
Friday at 2 p.m. For base escort, call the
number above. We are open to all military,
DoD, and civilian homeschoolers.
Tupperware consultant looking to have
a party with you and your friends. We
have some great deals going on right now.
Interested in starting your own Tupperware
business? Give me a call to set up your
party! Call Emily Jones, 292-2266.
Interested in Avon products or becom-
ing an Avon representative? Want to have
an Avon party or a fundraising event?
Contact Veronica at (304) 904-1927, e-
mail avon.by.veronica@gmail.com or visit
www.youravon.com/vchaix to make an
appointment or purchase products.
Health products for you and your fam-
ily. Products include shampoo, skin care
lines, anti-aging products, vitamins, weight
loss, makeup, aromatherapy, and more.
Check out www.arbonne.com and reach
me at www.myspace.com/senoritaokie for
more information or if you would like to see
products. I offer a 10 percent discount for
military and a free gift with your first pur-
chase. E-mail me at brookiecg@hotmail.
com or call (661) 350-8505.
Private swim lessons, infant swimming
resource. Individual self-rescue swimming
lessons for children from 6 months to 6
years old. An infant from 6-12 months is
taught to roll over to a "survival float" from
a face-down position in the water. A child
12 months or older learns a "swim-float-
swim" sequence.The program takes about
four to six weeks to learn and stabilize
these skills. Contact Lindsey Kahle at
(305) 393-5006 for more information.
Certified babysitter available weekdays
from 4 -11:30 p.m., anytime on the week-
ends, short notice okay, junior at KWHS
with transportation. Contact Jennifer at
(305) 647-8577.
Seamstress at your service, all service
uniforms done to specifications, all com-
mon sewing needs, hemming and repairs
welcome. Call any day (239) 938-6854.
Same day service available.
Party Lite Consultant looking for ener-
getic, motivated individuals to join the
Party Lite team, no experience necessary.
Receive $500 in free products when you
sign up and a $100 gift certificate. To find
out more, contact Arnesha Winters at
arneshawinters@gmail.com, www.party-
lite.biz/arnesha or (305) 923-1201.
Mary Kay Cosmetics "Expect great
things and great things will happen." Mary
Kay has a lot of great specials for the
spring, gift with purchase. Call Christina
Hepworth (305) 720-3704.
Baby Sign. Want to learn to communicate
with your child using sign language before
they can talk? 12 years ASL experience.
Call Kira for private or group classes at
(305)745-3621.
Interested in learning the basics of rac-
quetball or improving your current level of
play? For details call the only AMPRO-
certified instructor in the Keys, Ronnie, at
(504) 912-7081.
Mary Kay Robin has a full inventory
right here in Key West. Call her at (305)
797-6634 or go to www.marykay.com/
radiantrobin.
Writing services. Internationally pub-
lished freelance writer can help you write
the perfect piece. Need help with a techni-
cal piece, language tutoring, or editing? In
addition to general writing, I do medical,
wellness and children's writing. Please
contact Sandy Kaster at (305) 292-1558
or (813) 470-0222 or pkaster@hotmail.
com.


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No time to clean? Housecleaning ser-
vices now available for weekends and
weekdays from 2 p.m. on. Base access,
reliable. Call Carmen at (321) 297-1215.
Do you need someone you can trust to
clean your house or walk your dog? If so,
call Thaksana at (248) 802-9342 or e-mail
thaksanalee31 @gmail.com. T0
Military seamstress services for minor <
alterations and sewing of your military b
uniforms. For more information or to make
an appointment, please call Dawn at 304-
0624.
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house and take care of the yard too. ,
Specializes in cleaning carpets, tile floors,
yard maintenance, tropical landscaping. o
Call Miriam or Daniel at 393-0439. Se
habla Espahol.
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why I've fallen in love with Pure Romance.
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the comfort and confidentiality of your
home at: lisahuber.pureromance.com.
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sions with state-of-the-art sound and
lighting effects. Satisfaction guaranteed!
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and bookings call 872-4322, or e-mail:
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Kathy Brown's Cleaning Service. Maid
service, made easy. Need a little or a lot
of extra help around the house? We can
help you get it clean. Have available open-
ings forTruman, Trumbo, Peary Court and
Sigsbee. Weekly or bi-weekly rates. Call
304-2008.
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up or down. Weddings, proms, homecom-
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to you. Call Amanda for appointment at
896-0325.
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more muscle and gain an extra energy
boost or just simply get healthy? Contact
Ivan to show you how. Call 294-3571.
Want to Accelerate Your Life? Interested
in joining the Navy or Naval Reserves?
Just want to know more? Call BM2 (SW)
Shaun Mechalske at 293-2934 or stop
by the recruiting office at 1805 Staples
Avenue behind AutoZone.
Alterations by Ann. We handle all mili-
tary uniforms and civilian clothes. Dry
cleaning service also available. Stop by at
3201 Flagler or call 292-1112.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department at Naval Air Station Key
West is seeking sponsors for the upcom-
ing Dolphin Derby and Fourth of July
events. The Dolphin Derby, May 22, and
the Fourth of July family event, on July 4,
are open to active duty military and their
families, retirees, Coast Guard, DoD civil-
ians and DoD contractors. Sponsorship
in the form of cash, tickets or services
is used to support the events; in return,
sponsors are given promotional visibility
in base publications and at the event. For
more information, or to participate as a
sponsor, please call Jolene Scholl, MWR
Marketing Coordinator, at 293-2503, or
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Lower Keys

Smash rabbit

Calls NAS Key

West home


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

N avalAir Station (NAS)
KeyWest is home to a
one-of-a-kind native
rabbit that has free run of
approximately 333 acres of
U.S. Navy land.
Environmental Division is
working with the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service (FWS),
Ecological Services Division,
and Texas A&M University,
Department of Wildlife and
Fisheries Sciences, to preserve
the Lower Keys marsh rabbit,
which has been on the endan-
gered species list since 1992.
Limited area of marsh wet-
land habitat for these small
brown rabbits makes them
more vulnerable to becoming
extinct. George Kenny, NAS
Key West natural resource


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manager said it's important
to protect the rabbits.
"The Navy is in charge of
restoring and protecting this
habitat," said Kenny "I think
it's something we need to do in
conjunction with the mission
of the base; I think it's definite-
ly a possibility to do that."
Kenny said there is an air-
field restoration project cur-
rently in the planning stages
to convert mangrove wet-
lands into salt marsh wet-
lands, which will make more
room for the marsh rabbit to
call home.
"This project is a win-win
situation," said Kenny
NAS Key Wes
Environmental /
Director Edward
Barham said the
continued sur-
vival of this unique


'I DRIVE GREEN'


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr
RP1 (FMF) Philip Burston poses for a picture in his Toyota Prius
Wednesday. Burston, who makes an effort to be environmentally
"green," said he encourages people to "vote green with your wallet"
By this, he means to buy only "green" appliances, such as those with
Energy Star endorsements, hybrid vehicles, items made from recy-
clables and even environmentally-friendly cleaning supplies.


species of rabbit is due to the
base's environmental policies
and land management prac-
tices.
"NAS Key West is one of
the largest land owners in the
Florida Keys and, like at many
military installations, much
of our land is in its natural,
undeveloped condition and
habitat for these species," said
Barham. "We have an obliga-
tion to protect these species
and their habitats, while also
meeting our military mission
requirements. For example we
have about 1/3 of the entire
Lower Keys marsh rabbit pop-
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FROM NAS KEY WEST
ENVIRONMENTAL DEPARTMENT

Naval Air Station Key
West's Storm Water
Pollution Prevention
Plan (SWPPP) is an engineer-
ing and management strategy
prepared specifically for NAS
Key West to improve the qual-
ity of the storm water runoff
and thereby improve the qual-
ity of the receiving waters.
The SWPPP hasbeenwritten
accordingto Navy Instructions,
which requires that all Naval
facilities comply with the
requirements of the Clean
Water Act of 1972. The Clean
Water Act uses a variety of
regulatory and non-regulatory
tools to reduce direct pollut-
ant discharges into waterways,
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(1) Stormwater runoff is
subjected to best management
practices (BMP's) prior to dis-
charging into wetlands or sur-
facewaters. BMP'sshallprevent
or reduce the amount of pollu-
tion in water to a level compat-
ible with Florida Surface Water
Quality Standards;
(2) No site activities result
in violation of state water
quality standards associated
with the saturation of wet-
lands, or reduction in the
natural retention or filtering
capability of wetlands; and
(3) Adequate soil erosion
measures are implemented.
NAS Key West's Environ-
mental Division is responsible
for conducting the site compli-
ance evaluations and updating
the SWPPP as required.


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U.S. Navy photos by MC2 Rachel McMarr
Naval Air Station Key West broke through the glass, or rather, pine ceiling for native plants April 6
when a contractor began removing Australian pine trees behind the barracks buildings that can be
seen from U.S. 1. The trees were cut close to the base, sprayed with an herbicide, and stacked for
removal. The project was funded by a $65,000 grant from the Florida Department of Environmental
Protection as part of a state-wide effort to rid Florida of this invasive, non-native vegetation. The pines
are a fast-spreading, invasive species that can grow very tall and cause serious damage during a
storm. They also block out sunlight for native vegetation such as sea grape and button wood trees.


McNeill's contributions

make HAZWASTE program

on top for 16 years


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

T hen you are sta-
/I tionedin a place like
S Naval Air Station
Key West, you may notice the
bright sky, the wildlife, the
crystal-clear water and many
other beautiful things that
catch the eye, but one thing
you won't see is hazardous
waste. You won't see it because
an amazing crew and a great
hazardous waste management
program have managed to go
for not one, not two, but 16
years without a single hazard-
ous waste violation.
NAS Key West's Hazardous
Waste management facility is
the only "Part B" facility within
150 miles, what that means is
that they can store and handle
much larger quantities of waste
than other local facilities.
"We [NAS Key West] are
allowed to collect a lot more
waste than any other base
around here we collect haz-
ardous waste from five outly-
ing bases," said Patsy McNeill,
an environmental protection
specialist for NAS Key West.
To receive and maintain
their permit to be a Part B
facility the program must
pass an annual surprise
inspection. The inspection
covers every detail of the pro-
gram from proper paperwork
to material that is stored.
"The inspection usually
last about three days and


we look at everything; a
very major portion of what
we look at is their Transfer
Storage and Disposal facil-
ity we inspect their stor-
age drums, the facility itself
and we look at all their docu-
ments," said Edward Russell,
an environmental consultant
for the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection.
"They [NAS KeyWest] have an
excellent program and they
are always very responsive
about environmental issues."
McNeill's replacement will
have big shoes to fill come
May, however. She retires after
30 years and two months of
government service the last
16 of that as the HAZWASTE
manager. She feels that the
HAZWASTE program has
been a big success because
of the way she and her staff
train personnel.
"We give you the reasons
why not, not just say 'because
I told you so,'" she said of
teaching the importance of
proper handling of hazard-
ous waste.
In her opinion, every little
bit of training counts.
"We can't make everyone be
environmentally conscious,
but just a little adds up and it
becomes a habit," she said.
McNeill's contributions to the
base and the environment won't
be forgotten, however. She has
donated two Geiger trees, native
flowering shrubs, to be planted
on base for Earth Day.


Sea turtles need your wa


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

dnesday marked
the beginning of
the sea turtle nest-
ing season. Potential sea tur-
tle nesting beaches at Naval
Air Station Key West include
the two beaches at Truman
Annex and a smaller beach
located by the marina on
Boca Chica.
NAS Key West has again
organized a volunteer force
to monitor the air station's
beaches for turtle activity.
Each morning, the volunteer
walks the beaches looking for
any signs of sea turtle nesting
in the area and documents
any findings.
"You guys are my eyes
on the beach," said Carrie
Backlund, a Naval Facilities
Southeast biological sciences
technician, at the sea turtle
nesting season volunteer kick-
off get-together April 10.
Throughout Florida
betweenApril 15 and October
31 female sea turtles break
out of their wet home and
heave their awkward bodies
onto beaches to make their
nests. The female sea turtle
will dig until they cannot
reach any further and then
they go into a trance as they
begin laying their eggs. A sea
turtle can lay more than one
hundred eggs at a time and
may come back to nest mul-
tiple times a season.
After laying, she covers the
eggs with sand to camouflage
the nest. Then she crawls slow-
ly down the beach until she
finally makes it back into the
surf and out to sea, never to
see her offspring again. The
nests incubate in the hot sand
for about two months and
then, in one mass exodus, usu-
ally at night, swarms of little
turtles go waddling in a race to
the water.
In those few meters of


beach, though, many are
picked off by birds, crabs and
raccoons. They are not safe
once they get in the surf zone,
where fish and frigate birds
can prey on them. The lucky
ones that survive to adulthood
(anywhere from 5 30 years)
will return to the beaches as
their ancestors did and repeat
the life process.
If you are lucky and happen
to see a nesting sea turtle while
on the beach, stay behind her
at a distance so that she can
not see you. Remain quiet and
keep all lights off (including
flashlights and flash photog-
raphy). Noise and lights can
cause the turtle to return to the
sea without laying her eggs.
Remember your activities can
also affect other turtles nest-
ing in the vicinity. Please keep
hands and other objects off
and away from the turtle.
After nesting the turtle may
appear slow and hesitant.
Touching, prodding, shining
lights, or causing commotion
may frighten her, disorient
her, and cause her to spend
less time covering and cam-
ouflaging her nest. If all goes
well she will return to the sea
and be on her way.
If you happen to find sea


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turtle hatchlings on the beach, "
watch them from a distance.
Please allow hatchings to *
crawl to the water on their*
own, as the journey from the
nest to the water allows them -
to imprint on their home g
beach. Picking the hatchlings t
up may interfere with this
process. Scientists believe the
imprinting helps the hatch-
lings remember where they
came from so they can return
and lay their own nests 20 30
years later. If hatchling turtles
see artificial lights they can
become confused and may
crawl in circles or head away
from the ocean.
Janice Giardino, a volunteer
beach-walker for the air sta-
tion and the city beaches, said
last year she got to see turtles
coming out of their nests.
"To see 120 or so baby tur-
tles hatching, it was amaz-
ing," she said. "I've always
been an animal lover and it
was great."
If you see an adult sea tur-
tle on our beaches or find
hatchlings wandering on the
beach, on a road, or in direc-
tions other than toward the
water, call the NAS Key West
Environmental Division at
293-2151/2911.


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Turtles hatching on Smathers Beach in 2007. The red light is used
so that the turtles are not disoriented by the flash from a camera.







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keysnews.com/classifieds


Friday, April 17, 2009


___KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE
I I I + I I


BANANA CAFE
Hiring experienced Serv-
ers for high volume res-
taurant. Local references.
Please apply in person.
1215 Duval St.
No phone calls.

BOOTH SALES &
RENTAL AGENT
Booth Sales Reps and
Rental Agents. with
proven sales ability, must
be reliable and highly
motivated. E-mail your
resume:
sunshinekw@gmail.com
305-879-2992

Car / Scooter Rental
$450-$650/wk.. salary
plus comm. Sales/com-
puter experience. Re-
sume pref. KeyCars.com
1300 Duval 305-
294-8136

HOUSEKEEPING
ROOM ATTENDANT
Full time, needed at Cy-
press House. Experience
preferred, must speak
English or Spanish. Ap-
plications will be taken
from 11:00am until
4:00pm daily at 601
Caroline Street, with veri-
fiable references re-
quired. Phone
305-294-6969

INSTALLATION OP-
ERATIONS MANAGER
Installation Operations
Manager position is avail-
able at Navy Gateway
Inns & Suites, Naval Air
Station Key West. Three
years experience in lodg-
ing operations required
with a Certified Hospital-
ity Supervisor (CHS) des-
ignation or a diploma in
hotel hospitality manage-
ment. Candidate must
have extensive account-
ing background. Please
email resume to Sarah
Childers at 293-4105.
Position description and
application packet may
be requested by
emaililing
sarah.childers@navy.mil

INTERNET SAVVY
INDIVIDUAL
needed to assist busy
automobile dealership
with e-commerce efforts.
Work in a high tech envi-
ronment while providing
potential customers with
the information they need
to make informed trans-
portation decisions. En-
ergy, desire, and excel-
lent communication skills
are a must in this posi-
tion. Email Resumes and
inquiries to :
kwdreamina@amail.com


DRIVER NEEDED
Fulltime position early
morning hours. Good
driving record required.
Apply in person 816 Du-
val St. Croissants De
France.

SWING MAN DRIVER
Key West Pepsi has a
full-time opening for a
Swingman Driver.
Duties/Responsibilities
Deliver and/or sell prod-
uct to customer's location
and place in customer's
storage area and/or retail
locations. Properly track
and/or document receipt
of product by customer,
credits for returned prod-
uct and money received
from customers. Prop-
erly train sales delivery
staff in the techniques
and skills required to
meet company stan-
dards. Learn all delivery
sales routes, help and fill
in as needed. Other du-
ties as assigned.
Education &Experience
Class A driver's license is
required at time of hire
(no permits). Clean
driver record with no
more than 2 moving vio-
lations in the last 3
years. Clean back-
ground (background
check and drug test are
required before offer of
employment is made).
Previous beverage indus-
try experience preferred.
Skills & Abilities:
MUST BE ABLE TO
SPEAK/WRITE
ENGLISH FLUENTLY.
Must be able to fre-
quently lift up to 100 Ibs,
follow written and oral in-
structions, possess
strong customer service
skills, and have basic
math skills.
Qualified Applicants
please apply in person
5510 MacDonald Ave
Stock Island
Absolutely no
Phone Calls
Misdemeanor
Probation Program
Monroe County
seeks candidate to su-
pervise our Key West,
Marathon and Plantation
offices. Minimum
qualifications:
Bachelors Degree/Man-
agement Exp/Case man-
agement exp/Extensive
knowledge of the criminal
justice system/Minimum
3 years probation experi-
ence. Full Benefit Pack-
age Salary based on
experience. Please
e-mail resume to:
sromaaosa@courtoDtions.ora
or fax (305) 378-8123.


DREAM CATCHERS
CHARTERS
Is looking for a captain to
run our family fun fishing
and snorkeling charters.
Must have captain's li-
cense and TWIC. Drug
Free workplace. Join the
winning team in Key
West. Call 305-292-7212.

MORTGAGE MANAGER
Keys Federal Credit Un-
ion is currently looking for
an experienced Mortgage
Manager to join our credit
union. 5 to 10 years of
retail mortgage manager
experience required.
Extensive knowledge of
mortgage products and
lending, including thor-
ough knowledge conven-
tional loan requirements
and real estate law re-
quired. Excellent analyti-
cal and field underwriting
skills. Excellent oral and
written communication
and leadership skills.
High school diploma or
equivalent required, a
Bachelors Degree pre-
ferred. Good credit a
must. Visit www.kevsfcu.ora
to obtain a job applica-
tion. Fax applications to
294-0558. Please in-
clude resume and cover
letter with application.
E.O.E.
MOVING COMPANY
We need Local and Long
Distance Drivers and La-
borers. Good pay, some
benefits plus tips. Apply
at DRN Moving (Big Pine
Storage), 30677 Over-
seas Highway, Big Pine
Key 305-872-2575.
OWN A COMPUTER?
Put it to Work!
Up to $1,500 to
$7,500/mo
PT/FT Free Info!
www.MvDreamsAtHome.com
P/T LIGHT OFFICE
WORKER
872-4144 for details.
PIER HOUSE RESORT
Banquet Captain,
Server, Spa House-
keeping Attendants,
On Call Banquet staff
Steady, verifiable work
history required for all
positions. Current, strong
experience required for
Captain & Server posi-
tions. English fluency a
must. Excellent benefits
associated with F/T posi-
tions: Health, dental,
vision, flexible spending,
Aflac, 401K. Shift meal &
parking. EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: H/R Dept.
One Duval St.
M F, 10am-4pm


ASS'T's, AM PT
$10-$16 hr, comfort com-
puters. Training Office/
SCUBA. Greeting public,
female pref, personable
304-0626
PIRATE SCOOTER
Seeking F/T, mechani-
cally inclined responsible
rental agent. Drug Free
workplace. Apply in per-
son at 401 Southard St.
Between 12-5.
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST.
SUNSET KEY. MARINA
WEATHER STATION
AND BANANA BAY

Westin
*Lead line Cook F/T

*Previous applicants
need not apply again.

Drug Free Work Place -
An Equal Opportunity
Employer Apply in Per-
son 245 Front Street,
Key West or Email
Resume to:
HR@westinkevwestresort.com
RETAIL SALES
Full-time and part-time
retail sales $10.00/hr
plus commission
for busy downtown gift
store. Includes 2 weeks
paid vacation with
Medical & Dental benefits
available after eligibility
period.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St
8:00am to 4:30pm.
296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace
ROBS ISLAND GRILL
Big Pine Keys Elite
Sports Restaurant has
an immediate opening for
a exp., energetic server.
Bartending experience a
plus. Apply In Person
With Resume.
ROOFTOP CAFE
Looking for experienced
and friendly PM Bartend-
ers & Servers. Please
email resume to:
rooftopllc@bellsouth.net
or apply in person.
SCHOONERWHARF
Has Full time or Part time
openings for servers.
Must be friendly, profes-
sional, & used to high
volume. Apply At
Schooner Wharf Bar,
Ask for Manager.
SECURITY
Gain skills on the job.
Good pay, benefits, 30
days vacation/yr. No exp.
needed HS grads ages
17-34. Call Mon. Fri.
800-432-3502


SECURITY GUARDS
NEEDED
Must be drug Free. No
Criminal Record. Back-
ground checks per-
formed. Must speak/write
Fluent English. Must
have Class D Security
License. PSA Security
294-3044 after 2pm.
SECURITY STAFF
MEMBER
Sloppy Joe's Bar is cur-
rently seeking full-time
Security Staff Members.
Qualified candidates
MUST possess either
prior security exp., prior
military, or law enforce-
ment exp., or martial arts
exp. Must be able to
work PM shifts to close. If
interested, please con-
tact Marian Kershen-
baum on 305-296-2388,
x123; fax 305-294-4085;
or email to
marian @sloppvioes.com
EOE
Servers/Host/Bussers
Casa Marina Resort
Experienced and Enthu-
siastic Food & Beverage
Service Professionals for
Breakfast, Lunch and
Dinner Service!
Apply at HR office lo-
cated on the corner of
Alberta and Seminole -
#715 Rear
Monday-Thursday
10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
M/F/D/V EOE
THE SHERATON
SUITES
Seeks a qualified Ex-
ecutive Housekeeper to
work in a friendly, profes-
sional environment. Ex-
cellent organizational &
communication skills are
needed. Previous hotel
or housekeeping experi-
ence is a must. Bi-Lin-
gual a plus. We offer full
benefits, including medi-
cal, dental and 401k. Ap-
ply in person, Mon Fri
from 10am 4pm or fax
your resume to
305-293-7929.
WYLAND GALLERIES
We are looking for
Closers. Can you close
the sale! Earn top $$$
with benefits!!! Call
Jay at 305-292-4998.



NURSE PRACTITIONER
Wanted to work in the
Florida Keys. Weekday
work only. Send CV to
dsmith@rhnmc.org or fax
to 305-872-4960. No
phone calls.


Pomeranian/Chihauhua
Very cute, 5 months old
med. coat w/carrier. Had
shots and dewormer.
Great with small child.
$400 to good home. Must
give up. 616-405-8607

MICRO TINYTEACUP
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
Will be 21bs grown.
$1,300. Email photos
931-484-4229.

Two Schwin style cruis-
ers retro design. $214
293-1300 Iv. mess.


25" Large screen TV
VCR built in with jacks.
$135.296-1972.

Vintage antique round
table. 4' center pedestal
leg. $180.296-1972.


MUST GO!
Oak table with 6 chairs &
hutch-$ 350, Sofa-$100
Obo 989-390-5163

Dining Table, white tile
blonde wood. 3 chairs
$247 obo 849-3130

BASSETT PULLOUT
SOFA
2 wicker bureaus in good
condition. Best offer
305-240-0845.

Lexington Beach White
seaside retreat nite stand
$332 obo 849-3130 kw

AVL Computerized
Dobby Loom, new, port-
able, w/yarn winder.
$3700 new. Sell for
$2300. (305)587-0524

Antique Mahogony big
pie safe cupboard. $760
obo 849-3130

FINE ESTATE ITEMS
Pine Spanish Armoire,
$400. Matching desk,
$350. 19th Century Eng-
lish Chest, $275. Grand-
father clock, $375. 19th
Century Glass lamps,
$125-$175. American
watercolors, $1,000. En-
gravings, $50-$100. Tap-
estries, $750-$1,500.
Noon to 9PM, Miami.
305-263-6369.



Sm. Lester 3/4 console
piano w/bench, tuned &
black $446 296-1972.

LG 12,000 BTU, brand
new in box, 23"x36"x15"
$275. (508)221-8364


52" Large Screen TV
w/ beautiful glass stand
$855obo 305-872-1473

ROOM FOR RENT
New Town. Gay male
preferred. 296-4901.
PRIVATE BEDROOM
In a 3BR nicely furnished
house. NewTown. Clean
& quiet. Share kit./living
room, W/D, OSP, C/A/C,
$200/wk. 586-615- 3559.
RAMROD KEY MM27
Room for rent. Every-
thing included. W/D,
Quiet, $650 mo
872-5763, 294-3061.
Old Town 2BR House
near cemetery. $800/mo.
292-9355.

**PROFESSIONAL**
REDUCED!!!
large old town brand new
4BR superlux house.
Own queen size beroom
w/lg flat screen TV. Pvt
swimming pool. Share
with 1 other only $299pw
first 2 months, minimum
6 month lease.
305-896-4004



EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St. South-
ern Cross Hotel. Fur-
nished, kitchenette, pri-
vate bathroom, short
term, or long term. Start-
ing at $313-$359 per
week. Avail. immed. Call
294-3200 for terms, view-
ing & to apply.
Lg., Clean, Quiet, Furn.
Rm. New Town. Cable,
C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$225/wk and utilities
included. 586-615-3559
VERY PRIVATE ROOM
Large 1BR apt. Quiet,
clean person. No drugs,
drunks, pets. Single per-
son only 395-4060.
716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully fur-
nished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV & cold
A/C.
Starting at $99/night or
$399/week
296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.ora
CASA MARINA AREA
Beautifully furn. poolside
room + bath. Your own
private entry. A/C + cable
TV + W/D + WiFi. No
kitchen (microwave +
mini-fridge only). Fabu-
lous pool, deck area.
$1,150/mo. (incl all util).
No smoking. Dep. req.
305-295-3468







Friday, April 17, 2009






MONTHLY ROOMS
FOR RENT
From $900/mo, On Duval
Room with Free parking
on Duval. 305-294-9323
OLD TOWN
Furn. or unfurn. Pvt. bath
Pvt. entrance, kitchen-
ette, tile floors, high ceil-
ings, all utils.WiFi, ca-
ble. One person, no pets
900/mo.
Call Ed 305-304-6972



VENTURE OUT
Cudjoe Key, Water front,
2bd/2ba, pool & tennis
privileges, Furn or Un-
furn, $1400/mo F/L/S
305-434-5977

1 BD 36 FT 5TH WHEEL
on Large Lot 20 minutes
from Key West. Property
is around the corner from
Cudjoe Marina. Single or
Couple Only. Non-smok-
ing. $900 per month. Call
Julie 305-307-4170
Summerland Key mm25
Sm., cozy, furn. 2/1.
$800/mo. inc. elec. (up to
$100), water & cable.
F/L/S. 872-7824
Furnished 1/1 Mobile
In V.O. Resort, MM23,
No pets. $800/mo inc.
elec up to $100, water,
garbage, sewer. F/L/S.
Ref. 716-308-7418.
2/1.5 STOCK ISLAND
With large kitchen, living
room, fenced yard, avail-
able now. $1,250/mo +
$600 sec. 305-296-8642,
305-849-2113.
BIG PINE KEY
Furn. 1BR in quite neigh-
borhood, W/D, includes
cable & most utils. $650
+ security 305-849-3121



$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627

HARBOR SHORES KW
2BR/2BA unfurnished
renovated, parking
appl incl W/D
$1,350 + some util + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155


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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


HISTORIC BUILDING
In the Truman Annex.
Penthouse apt. overlook-
ing the Gulf of Mexico.
2BR/2BA. Gourmet
kitchen, large reception
areas and waterfront ter-
race. Pool. Avail April -
Dec. $2,300 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. Sorry no dogs.
305-294-1490.
PREMIER OLD TOWN
GATED COMMUNITY
Owner's completely re-
modeled/furnished 1/1
condo. HD cable with 42"
Plasma TV, Broadband,
WiFi, VOiP, Amenities
Galore. Security/Parking
/Pool. $1,800/mo. + Utili-
ties/Cable. F/S. 1 year
lease. No Pets Smoking.
References Credit/Back-
ground check. 305-851-
7488. kwoldtown@aol.com
NEWLY PAINTED 2/2
Condo in Las Salinas
Walking distance to
ocean, w/ pool & bal-
cony, close to shopping,
$1,800/mo. 747-5747
or 296-1617 ask for Mi-
chael. Available July 1st.
SMATHERS BEACH
1, 2 & 3 bedroom fully
furnished condos on 8
acres of gated seclusion,
2 pools & tennis courts.
All you need are clothes
and groceries. Available
for 6 to 9 month leases.
Monthly rates range from
$1,250 to $1,750. Utili-
ties included. I also
have annual lease units
from $1,150/mo. Gale
Shepard 305-294-6069
www. keywestbythesea.com
806 FLORIDA ST.
1 bedroom, Private deck,
Heated pool, partially fur-
nished, W/D, just bring
your bed. $1300/mo
Darlene Thomas
305-304-1043

Ccean Front 1 br/1.5 ba
New kitchen and tile
flooring, $1,300/mo.
305-293-6894.
1800 ATLANTIC BLVD
2BR/2BA, heated pool,
tennis, on beach. 6 mo
lease from $1750 F/L.
Available May 10th.
Call Vic Musmanno
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
Real Estate Co.
305-294-0123
***Shipyard Condo***
2BR/1BA, private deck
overlooks the heated
pool. 2 blocks from Du-
val St & 5 min walk to the
beach. Fully furnished &
immaculate! $1950/mo.
long-term. F/L/S. Call
305-394-6167 or
michael@keywestproperties.com.


**2/2 TRUMAN ANNEX**
Clean 2 porches, pool,
sm. pets. Newly painted.
W/D. $1,940/mo. F/L/S
Long term. 440-796-3778
IN THE MEADOWS
May 1 to Dec. 15th.
Quiet, clean, 1BR w/pool,
porch, nice yard. A/C &
W/D. $1,200/mo. inc. wa-
ter/sewer & cable. No
smoking. Refs. req.
305-294-0543.


SANTA CLARA CONDO
New Town, 2BR/2BA
tennis, pool. $1,500/mo.
Sorry no pets. Avail. now.
305-923-0517.
SHIPYARD CONDO
2BR/1BA, walk to Duval,
gated, nice patio, pool,
annual lease. $1800/mo.
F/L/S. I have other prop-
erties avail, for lease in
Key West.
Call Gale Shepard,
305-294-6069.
www.keywestbvthe sea.com
Oceanview La Brisa 2/2
New kit w/granite, W/D,
covered balcony & park-
ing. $2,375 Furn or un-
furn. See MLS#
110308 & 110009 at
kevwestmls.rapmls.com
KW Golf Club
Ginormous 3/3 town-
home. Top drawer ap-
pointments. $2,400. See
MLS#110357 at
kevwestmls.rapmls.com
AmeriRealtyCorp.
296-7706
SALT PONDS CONDO
2BR/2BA, C/A/C, W/D.
Pool in common area. No
Pets. Garbage/Sewer/
Cable incl. $1,500/mo. +
elec/water. F/L/S Call
Mike 305-395-3474

keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Salt Ponds 2/2
Las Salinas 3/2 & 2/2
Large Duplex 2/1
Private Homes 3/3 & 2/2
Cottages 1/1

Visit our website:
www. kewestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922
TRUMAN AVE.
1/2 BLOCK OFF DUVAL
2/1 w/basement living
room. Newly renovated,
A/C, cable, W/D, SS apl,
hardwood floors, granite
counter top, gated prop-
erty. $1,795 F/L/S. Call
305-797-0575


3 BR & 2 BA Condo
Las Salinas for 1 year
lease @ $1750 mo. AC,
W/D & pool. Near beach.
Vic Musmanno, P.A.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123






Prudential Knight

and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155

EFFICIENCY
300 FRONT ST.
2nd Floor totally reno-
vated, Outdoor patio,
private bath, C A/C, ce-
ramic tile throughout,
from $900/mo & up in-
cludes all utils. F/L/S, no
pets Joesi 305-942-6026

CUDJOE KEY
1 bedroom 1 bath Pool,
tiki, canal, tile, W/D, all
util. incl. plus cable and
DSL. $975/mo.
ALSO:
2/2 unfurn.-$1300/mo.
305-393-0292

716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully fur-
nished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV & cold
A/C.
Starting at $99/night or
$399/week
296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.ora


IN THE 900 BLOCK OF
DUVAL STREET
Large 2BR/2BA with bal-
cony on Duval. Some
pets considered. Avail.
May 1. $1,600/mo. F/L/S
304-3250

NEXT TO BEACHES
3BR/2BA, laundry, OSP,
central A/C, 1 year lease.
$1,750 per mo. plus $500
sec. Call Judy 797-7127.

Near Duval and South
Beach 520 Louisa
Street (Rear)
2BR/2BA apartment, just
off Duval. Each bedroom
and bath has own private
entrance. OSP, $1,350
month, plus utilities, F/S.
No dogs. Charles Lee,
Cabana Realty, Inc.
294-6259.

STOCK ISLAND
Large efficiency. full
kitchen, large closet.
(305)587-0524


LG OLD TOWN APT
1/1 Avail. 5/1 Renovated
6 mos ago, C/A/C, W/D,
great closets, balcony &
spacious back sundeck,
amazing location! $1600
month + utils 624 White-
head St. 305-433-1606

KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealty.com

FLEMING ST.
3BR/2BA townhouse,
carpet & tile, W/D, D/W,
central A/C, 1 parking
spot. Great Old Town lo-
cation. $2,000/mo..
F/S/S

WILLIAM STREET
2BR/2BA w/small loft.
Tile and wood floors,
sunken living room,
stackable W/D hook-up.
$1,750/mo. inc. water,
S/G. F/S/S Pets welcome

JOSEPHINE ST.
2BR/1BA, tiled floor,
washer hookup, D/W,
new appliances, ground
floor apt. Great location
close to Smathers Beach
$1,300/ mo. F/S/S

BERTHA STREET
2BR/1 BA, terrazzo floors,
D/W, new appliances,
ground floor apt. Great
location close to Smath-
ers Beach. $1,275/mo.
F/S/S
r -


1223 White Street
1 & 2 bedroom units,
starting @ $1134 + until.
Must qualify for KW
Workforce Income Caps.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269




FREE RENT
WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
Call for details
Now Leasing
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Starting at *$1250
UNDER NEW MGMT.
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
Key West FL
305-294-3124

900 BLOCK OF DUVAL
Large studio, renovated,
ceramic tile, outdoor
patio. $1150/mo. F/L/1
mo. sec. 1 year lease. No
pets. Joesi 305-942-6026


Southernmst Flyer 15


FIRST MONTH FREE
Efficiency $785/mo. (plus
utilities). Quiet, clean,
balcony. New Town, no
pets. Total required to
move in $1,570. Yearly
lease only!
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
296-7920
OCEAN WALK
APARTMENTS
KEY WEST
Office open Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday
9am-6pm. Tuesday &
Thursday 9am-7pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,

Pool, tennis, laundry
center, basketball court,
pets welcome, covered
parking and much more!

Rent starting from
$1,200 -$1,555
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
1/1 646 sq. ft.
2/1 768 sq. ft.
2/2 840 sq. ft
3/2 -1,048 sq. ft
1,075 sq. ft.

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
We do not accept
sec. 8
(305)292-1230
$1600/MO 1821 HARRIS
Apt.B, 3br/2ba, c-ac, tile,
w/d hookup, lease, park-
ing, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000
GOLF CLUB 2BR/1.5BA
renovated, with all new
appliances, wrap around
porch, community
pool/fitness, end unit,
$1700/mo + util.+ F/L/S
Avail 5/1 610-721-6841
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TRUMAN AVE. APT.
1/1 avail, now. Great lo-
cation in Old Town. Lg.
walk-in closet. Non-
smoking. $1,290/mo.
F/L/S. 296-1979 for more
information.

LUXURY 1/1
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Inside 3 unit, gated com-
pound, approx. 1000sq.ft
updated kit/bath, marble,
hardwood floors, original
Dade County Pine
throughout. Spacious
deck, cats OK, photos at
connieallbertinvestments.co m
asking $1850/mo
call Shad 216-791-7916

500 BLOCK OF DUVAL
2nd floor, 2/1 totally reno-
vated, C/A/C, outdoor
patio, tile throughout,
$1450/mo, F/L/S, no pets
Joesi 305-942-6026


1109 PETRONIA
One bedroom, upstairs
unit. $975/mo + Utils.
F/L/S Avail. Now.
2 NASSAU LANE #3
Large one bedroom
condo w/granite counter
tops & stainless steal ap-
pliances. $1425/mo +
Utils. $2,000 sec dep.
Available Now.
817 EATON ST. #2
Two bedroom condo
avail May 1. $1500/mo +
Utils. $2,000 Sec Dep.
1123 VON PHISTER
2/2 renovated house in
Casa Marina. Large yard.
$2,100/mo F/L/S
Available Now
Contact Dan Skahen at
Preferred Properties
305-294-3040 X 104

HILTON HAVEN KW
ext. large 2BR/2BA,
priv. boat slip + pool
fabuous master suite
balconies w/water view
renovated + tile floors,
appl inc D/W + W/D
cent A/C + ceil fans.
$2,200 mo. + util. + sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155

BRIGHT, CLEAN
AND AIRY
2BR apt. on quiet street.
Lg. backyard. $1,150/mo.
plus util 305-296-0668.

1200 Block of Flagler
upstairs 1BR/1BA, good
size for 1 to 2 non-smok-
ing persons. $1,000/mo.
water inc. Parking space
for 1 auto, no boats, no
large trucks. Sorry, no
pets. 1 year lease. Rent
+ deposit to move in. Call
294-6852, Roberta.

PATTERSON AVE
2BR/2BA Apt. in Private
House. $1,350/mo plus
util. Washer/dryer. Bruce
Broadway Realty
305-294-0250



NEWLY RENOVATED
3/2 In Old Town, 48" HD
TV, D/W, W/D, hard
wood floors, $1950/mo
F/L/S 413-575-3131

LARGE 3BR(4)/2.5 BA
Pool, pets considered.
Avail 6/1. $2,500 /mo 6
month or 1 yr. lease
305-294-0912

Sugarloaf Waterfront
Furnished, 2BR/2BA,
great kitchen, airstrip &
marina privileges. Very
private & perfect sunset
view. $2,500 + util.
Avail 5/1 (305)745-2773







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**BRAND NEW **
**OLD TOWN**
REDUCED!!!
1st. letting Gorgeous
2br/2ba Furnished, $450
per week min. 6 month
lease 305-896-4004
DOWNTOWN
3/1 Simonton Private fur-
nished $2,500.00

2/1 midtown apt
Downstairs unit private
deck $1650.00 FLS

1/1 apt
New kitchen granite
counter top tiles through-
out, Parking $1,300.00

Sugarloaf Shores

2/2 Open Water View
Large Screened Porch
$2,200.00 FLS

3/2 Open Water
Corner lot
Boat davits, gorgeous
view split floor plan
$2,700.00

Vacation Rental
3/2 Open Water MM15
Fully furnished $3,000.00

Downtown vacation
rentals
Call for rates

Dasha Ray
Island Group Realty
305-797-8505


GOLF CLUB 2BR/1.5BA
Renovated + porches,
butterfly garden, pool,
all appl. inc. W/D.
$1,750 mo. + util. + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
SPACIOUS 2BR/1BA
Old Town Cottage.
Mostly Furnished. Private
back deck. Quiet loca-
tion. Available Immedi-
ately: $1,800 month
F/LS plus utilities. No
Pets. Call: 305-296-4887
M -F9-6
BORDERS PARK &
HIGGS BEACH
Private, newly renovated
1bd/1 bath, Olympic pool,
OSP, TV, W/D, cable,
DSL, utilities, garbage all
included. $1650/mo
305-619-0575
ADORABLE COTTAGE
1bdrm, In the Meadows,
A/C, W/D ,D/W, Avail.
Aprill5-Oct 30 $1200/mo
incl. cable, water &
sewer. You pay electric
F/LS 305-240-0517

OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. Monthly or 6
months to 1 year leases.
$3200 to $3500 per
month 305-797-4708


OLD TOWN 3/3
Pool, 2 OSP, private,
cent a/c, very nice, w/d,
$3000/mo. F/L/S Avail
now. 305-872-7911.
Cudjoe Gardens MM21
2/1, furnished, Florida
room, screened porch,
fenced, 130'dock,
wide/deep canal. Non-
smokers only. $1,800/mo
F/L/$1000 sec.
305-407-9138
LONG TERM RENTAL
2 bed 2 bath Furnished
Garage, davits, views
of Great White Heron
Reserve Big Pine.
Great fishing, double lot

Summerland Key
Brand new 3 bed 2 bath
Granite countertops,
beautiful kitchen, pool.

2 bed 2 bath Furnished,
concrete seawall
Pine Channel Estates
Big Pine Key

Susan Rich
305.923.1496
Exit Realty, Big Pine Key
OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com


3/2 Meadow's House
Pool, OSP Avail now.
Short term rentals possi-
ble. $2400/mo + all utils.
F/L/S 609-412-5341

2/1 W/50FT DOCKAGE,
deep water canal, fenced
yard, parking, MM10
$1100/mo + Util.
3/2 W/DOCKAGE
Newly Renovated
$1500/mo + Util.
305-292-0023
***OLD TOWN***
Large Lux. 2BR/2BA
house, furnished, 1
block from Duval in ex-
clusive small gated com-
munity, 50' heated pool.
New kitchen, large side
deck. $1,399 every 2
wks. 6 or 12mo. lease.
305-896-4004


COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Great House
3 BR / 2.5 BA w/pool
$2500 per mo + Utils
Avail 6/1

KWGC Spa House
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail now
$2100 per mo + utils

KWGC Conch


2 BR / 2.5 BA avail now
$1900 per mo + utils

Shipyard
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
$1850 per mo + utils

Furnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR/1.5 BA avail 6/1
$1900 per mo + utils

KWGC Cottage
3 BR / 2 BA avail now
$2200 per mo + utils

Petronia
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail now
$2500 per mo + utils
Private pool

Shipyard Condo
2 BR/1 BA avail 4/1
1 assigned parking space
$2000 per mo + utlis

Shipyard Condo
2 BR / 2 BA avail 5/1
$2000 per mo + utils
6 mos lease

Truman Annex-Porter Ct
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail 5/1
OSP, pool view
$2000 per mo + utils

Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realty.com


AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekeywest.com

OLD TOWN
1/1 apt in heart of
Old Town
Spacious bedroom
washer/dryer
Available Mid April
$1,000/ mo F/L/S

2/1 bright & sunny apt
w/ balcony and
washer/dryer
Available Mid April
Cats ok
$1,500/ mo F/L/S

1/1 second floor apt
In historic building
w/ small loft
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,350/mo F/L/S

1/1 cottage
Private hot tub
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,450/ mo F/L/S

2/1 Apt w/ Private Deck
Open kitchen
Lots of closet space
Pets allowed
Available Now
$1,300/ mo F/L

2/1 apt with fenced yard
Great location


Pets considered
Available June
$1,600/ mo F/L/S

2/2 Charming S/F home
w/private pool and
tropical spacious outdoor
living area, Furnished
Available June thru Dec.
No pets
$2,000/ mo F/L/S

2/1 home
Fenced in w/ large deck
Wood floors
w/lots of character
Pets considered
Available Mid June
$1,700/ mo F/L/S

MID TOWN
1/1 apt
Shared laundry
Affordable housing -
Must qualify
Pets considered
Available Mid May
$950/ mo F/L/S

KEYWEST GOLF CLUB
3/2 Townhome
w/screened in porch &
fenced yard w/deck
Pets considered
Available June
$2,100/mo F/L/S

2/2.5 Townhome
w/screened in upper &
lower porches. Close to
pool. Pets considered
Available May
$1,775/ mo F/L/S


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BIG COPPITT
Roomy immaculate
3/2 Home w/ garage
situated on canal
Open water views &
boat ramp
Pets considered
Available April
$2,200/mo F/L/S

See pictures and more at
www.athomekevwest.com
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
REAL ESTATE CO.
296-7975


2/2 RAMROD KEY
On canal. $1,600/mo.
utilities included. First &
deposit. 561-346-3494 or
305-923-0993.
Cute As Bee's Knees
1/1 Casa Marina, fenced
yard, W/D, new kitchen &
bath. $1,695/mo. F/L/S.
Henry 305-296-7706.
LARGE HOUSE 3/2
Storage, boating & yard.
Summerland Key, MM25.
Great Location!!
$2,000/mo 617-244-9740
Beautiful 3/2 Stilt Home
1300 sq. ft., Newly Built,
Tile, Cen A/C, No Smok-
ing/Pets $1,800/mo
F/L/S Call 305-797-1128.
SUMMERLAND KEY
3/2 on canal. Screen
porches front and back.
$1,900 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. 305-797-0005.


18TH ST. KEY WEST
Beautiful 4/2, large living
room, Cen A/C, Large
yard. $2,000/mo. plus
utilities. 305-797- 0742
OLD TOWN
Thompson Lane. 2BR
2BA, c/A/C, W/D, OSP,
no pets. $1700 C21 All
Keys 294-4200 x 19 Rob
BIG PINE DUPLEX
newly renovated. 2/1
central A/C, D/W, W/D
hook up. Deep clean ca-
nal. $1200. 872-9004
LARGE NICE 3/2
New Town with pool.
OSP, pets ok! Preferred
Properties call Frank
305-304-5253.
OLD TOWN 3BR/2.5BA
840 Olivia St. $2,200/mo.
F/L/S. Fenced yard,
OSP. Pets ok
305-522-0617.
3BR/2BA WITH POOL
OSP & Garage, $3000
negotiable. Pets ok. Key
West Real Estate Sales,
Inc. Bill Reese 304-5028
MILITARY DISCOUNT
Beautiful Waterfront
Homes. 3 & 4 bedrooms,
lower keys. Contractors
welcome 305-619-0088.
BOATER'S PARADISE
Big Coppitt Key. 3br/2ba,
On canal. boat Dock,
W/D, C/AC, shutters,
$1,600/mo 305-304-1922


NEW TOWN
3BR/3 full BA, 1800 sq ft
townhouse. Central
H/A/C, D/W, W/D, hard-
wood floors, tile. Avail
5/1 $2,200 797-1956

2/1 BIG PINE KEY
Corner lot, landscaped,
fruit trees, driveway,
fenced yard, close to
park, boating access
$1500/mo F/S 395-2424
DUCK AVE HOME
2/1, new kitchen & bath,
fenced backyard, private
driveway. $2,000/month
F/S. Call 305-304-1123
to view.

KWGC SANCTUARY
HOUSE
$2,100 total move in!
2/2.5 w/carport and pool.
234 Golf Club Dr. Call
Dan @ 419-602-0515.

Large 3/2 Canal Home
Ramrod Key. Florida &
laundry room, A/C, all
new appliances, deck &
stairs. Totally fenced.
Well maintained. Long
term lease $1,950/mo.
305-797-0794.
NEW TOWN
1BR/1BA, Ig deck
appl + W/D hookup
off street parking
$1,000 mo. + util + sec.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155.


2- LIKE NEW HOMES
3/2 @ 849 Hawksbill La.
On deep canal, W/D,
3/2 @ 19401 Crane Blvd.
Corner of Canal Dr. W/D,
No termites or roaches.
Both on Sugarloaf Key,
Near School 296-7358
or 352-328-4007



2/1 DUPLEX BIG PINE
Two units avail. Deep
canal. Tile firs, granite
counter tops, fenced yd.
boat slip. $1,250 + utils.
305-587-1212
SUGARLOAF
OPEN WATER
New cottage on stilts,
sunrise view, 2br/2ba,
c/a/c, tile floors, high
ceiling in living room &
kitchen, large covered
porch, fenced yard &
boat slip. $1900/mo
305-923-4396
402 BALIDO STREET
Large 3br/2ba, fenced
yard, covered patio, cen-
tral A/C, W/D hookup,
nice Stock Island neigh-
borhood, $1,600/mo.
2523 Seidenberg rear
4BR/1.5BA + workshop.
Fenced yard, covered
patio, W/D hookup.
$1,650/mo.
F/S. 304-2012


1009 EATON ST.
Rent, Old Town,
2BR/2BA, 2 decks with
hot tub. Updated re-
cently, granite counters,
stainless appliances.
With in walking and bik-
ing distance of every-
thing. $1900/ mo + Util.
Dade County Pines.
Call Cathy
717-761-7801

NOW AVAILABLE FOR
Rent

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
315 William St Up
$1,300.00 per month
Inc Utilities

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
1012 Truman Ave #103
$1,500.00 per month

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
208 Olivia St
$1, 700.00 per month

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom
#4 Key Cove Landings
$4,000.00 per month

For More Information or
An Appointment
Century 21 Prestige
Realty Group
Call Jaime Caballero
Property Manager/
Realtor
305-797-4130


2/2 OLD TOWN
Pvt. pool & access to
lushly-landscaped com-
pound heated pool &
deck, a/c, TV, etc. close
enuf to walk to Duval, far
enuf to avoid noise.
Buzz-Open entrance.
Month-to-Month. $2500,
no utils ($2850 w/all utils)
No security deposit. Call
Niki 305-310-5880 for
appt. If no ans. call Dick
305-851-2709
SUMMERLAND KEY
SUNRISE VIEW
Lovely 3BR/2BA, vaulted
ceilings, tile floors., large
porch with water view,
wrap around balcony,
1,600 sq. ft of enclosed
area downstairs storage,
fenced back yard 90'x50'.
Available 5/1. $2,100/mo.

Call Jim Wright for
more details
305-304-4504 or email
samensch@bellsouth.net
*****AMAZING*****
OCEAN VIEWS
** REDUCED**
reduced first 2 months,
only $2499/mo. K.W. 2br/
3ba, 2,000sq.ft. large
luxurious new home
overlooking the ocean.
Probably 1 of the best
addresses in Key West.
Concrete construction 3
story house, 2 car garage
all new S.S. appl., granite
counters, private elevator
pool. 305-896-4004.


MM15 New 3/2 on Canal
Large fenced yard &
deck, full downstairs en-
closure, 2 car garage.
Appt. only.
(305)745-1637;
304-3310
Another Real Estate
Company
872-4144

BIG PINE KEY
2BR/1BA canal home,
concrete seawall, appl.
C/A/C, 2 sheds, fenced
yard. $1,300 F/S

2BR/1BA Stilt home,
C/A/C, newly remodeled,
new appliances & micro-
wave. $1,300/mo F/S

1BR/1BA Mobile Home
Clean, partially furnished,
A/C, no pets. F/S
$700/mo.

2BR/1.5BA DUPLEX
Canal stilt home, con-
crete seawall, C/A/C,
porch, carport, F/S.
$1,300/mo

3BR/2.5BA DUPLEX
Canal stilt home, con-
crete seawall w/davits,
C/A/C, porch, carport,
F/S. $1,500/mo.

FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT Utilities inc.,
clean,quiet house.
$100/week.
872-4144


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PRIVATE
WATERFRONT
PROPERTY & DOCK
6529 Maloney Ave.
Unit #14 3/1 $2,000/mo
All util incl.
Unit #6 1/1 $1000/mo
All util. incl.
Call- 305-304-0267
305-304-9749
3BR/3BA NEW HOME
at 1621 Rose St Lg deck
w/pool, off street parking.
No Smoking, small pet
ok. 6 months to 1 year
lease. FLS $2800/mo
305-797-4708



Spotless, Non smoker,
No Pet Woman
looking for 6/mo inexpen-
sive rental, while home is
renovated.Will house/pet/
garden sit. 305-304-1996


OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com
SUNNY KEY WEST
2BR, 1.5 Bath townhouse
in Key Cove, fully fur-
nished, all amenities,
walk to grocery, drug
stores, etc. Washer/
dryer, deck overlooks
pool, garage, covered
storage. $2,000/mo. in-
cludes all utilities and ca-
ble with a 30 day mini-
mum. Will rent yearly for
$1,800 per mo. Will con-
sider a small pet.
305-292-9982



2/2 WATERFRONT
MM 103 Bayside, $1800/
mo incl. util. F/S Cen
A/C, HDTV, Avail May-
Sept. 305-451-2956


OLD CITY HALL
510 Greene St. 1st floor,
2950 sq. ft. w/parking,
subject to state approval,
$6,330/mo.
292-6718 or 304-1453
OFFICE FOR RENT
624 Whitehead St.
Lg.rooms, furnished,
renovated,owner realtor,
296-7063
STORE OR OFFICE
Old Town 423 Simonton,
Art/Antique District,
Excellent Exposure,
$1,275/mo 305-294-3061


ITALIAN RESTAURANT
&TAKE OUT
10 seats, turnkey ready
to go. Rear apt also.
SAIL & CANVASS
SHOP
Turnkey for rent on
Maloney Ave. With addi-
tional space inside & out.
GROCERY STORE
WITH FULL KITCHEN
Old Town. Large corner
double lot with plenty of
parking.
Residential/Commercial
use. Also For Sale.
Mr. Dan. (631) 445-4163

OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
STORAGE
FIRST MONTH FREE!!
1200 sq.ft or 450 sq.ft.
Call now 305-360-2137
Across from Marina



Highly Visible Address
1223 WHITE STREET
commercial space flexi-
ble terms. 1 year or for-
ever. Brand New w/good
parking, Retail or profes-
sional office spaces.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269

Commercial For Lease
Search over 50,000 SF
of Key West office and
retail space for lease at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
Search property for lease
and see the asking rents.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155

BIG PINE KEY
600 sq. ft. office available
in ERA Real Estate build-
ing MM 30. $1250/mo.
util incl. (305)744-8259
OFFICE SPACE
$500-$1000/MO.
305-296-4087
keywestbc@aol.com
BUSINESS CENTER
Buisness ID/Virtual Office
$160/month
619 EATON STREET
Office space. Available
April 10, $1000/mo, in-
cludes elec, water, swr,
garbg. Rob 293-0364 or
304-4842
1400 SQUARE FEFT
OFFICE SPACE
On 2 levels, Furnished
3144 Northside Dr.
$2800/mo 305-797-6738
Nice, Big Office Space
Lots of light. Great loca-
tion in Old Town. Easy
access, Brand new.
$800/mo includes every-
thing. 305-296-4275


STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277





$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1 BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627

Stadium Trailer Park
Lot 128. Price reduced to
$15,500 OBO for this
2BR/1BA home. All new
appliances, C/A/C, tile
floors, screened porch,
storage shed. All ameni-
ties. (305) 296-6441



FOR SALE BY OWNER
2br/2ba, 775sq.ft Condo
at Salt Ponds Condomini-
ums. Bldg. 3675 unit 334.
Bathrooms & kitchen up-
graded. Covered parking
& accordion storm shut-
ters. Original Owner. Mint
Condition. $259,000. Call
305-296-3164 or
305-923-4605


Realty Executives Keys
JUDY K. PETKEWICZ
29 Years Experience as
aTOP PRODUCER
305-304-8304
New Listing $199K
Open Water/ocean lot,
Cudjoe harbor.
Cudioe New $599K
2007, 1700sf 3/2 canal frt
Lg master ste, Ig deck +
scr porches, davits, dock.
Summerland $799K
1940sf unique canal
home huge lot, seawall
boatlift, decks/porch
Summerland $529,000!!
Attn:pilots-landing strip
2003 CBS 3/2, Big
boat,canal, granite tile fir
Ramrod $579,000
Canal front, furnished +
rental income. 2 living
areas, CBS, 1,820 sf.,
4/2, conc seawall, fenced
Little Torch, 2132 sf
Family treasure, beauti-
fully remodeled & fur-
nished! Lg master ste,
3/2+loft, lower storage
end, scrd porches,quick
ocean access.$699K




JUDY'S OPEN HOUSES
IN CUDJOE GARDENS
SAT& SUN, MM21
SEE BELOWVALUES
New Listing 3/2 $838K
Looking for the best, de-
signer kit,big boat basin,
q ocean access.120'cwall


Custom CBS 2772sf.
Elegant/spacious, split fir
plan, designer kit, 110'
seawall/dock+davits
$14,434 Now $1,198K
Great Location 3/2.
Lg lot,100'seawall, 15K
lift +davits. $699K
9th Ave. West $659K
CBS,1500sf, open fir
plan, tile firs, garage, scr
porch, 80'seawall, davits,
paved drive, SUPER!
$895K New canal frt
CBS 3060sf, 4br/3ba
$899K Pool & Home
canal frt, custom 1800sf
OPEN WATER breath-
taking sunsets/views.
Exceptional CBS 2300 sf.
Scr. lanai, conc. seawall,
dock, pavers, patio, gar.
Deepdraft $1,749K
$749,950 CBS Best Buy
3br/2ba. Canal front,
seawall open fir. plan.
New kit, carpet, Att Gar.
$559,000, 3/2 CBS
1900 sf, SHORT SALE
CBS $895K 1500sf
1/2 acre canal front, lush
tropical setting, 130'
seawall/dock, fla rm + scr
porch, garage. Adorable.
Cudioe Gardens Lot
130' seawall,canal,
bldg permit.$399K
BPK canal $149,975
Duck Key $177,900
Call Judy K. Petkewicz
Realty Executives
305-304-8304 (cell)
www.lovefloridakevs.com


Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.

FREE RV
With the purchase of
a lot.

RV Lot
$89,500.00
With a payment
As low as
$457.91 per month.
Includes 27' late
model RV.

25% down required for
bank financing.

Owner assisted financing
with as little as 5% down
and interest as low
as 3%

Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627
Breezy Pines Estates
www.breezvpinesrv.com

Payments and interest
rates vary depending on
personal credit history.
Breezy Pines does not
guarantee financing


O All real estate ad-
S vertising in this
S newspaper is
.""'.."'. subject to the Fed-
eral Fair Housing Act of 1968
which makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex or
national origin, or an intention
to make any such preference
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in vio-
lation or the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
286523

BRAND NEW
OCEANVIEW
2BR 2BA HOME
$229,000.00

32 Riviera Drive,
Big Coppit Key, Florida

$11,450.00*
MOVES YOU IN!
*Amount includes 3% down
and closing costs.

Monthly payment as low
as $1,261.23*

Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627

*The above figures are esti-
mates and can change
based on personal credit his-
tory. Joe Cleghorn Homes
does not guarantee financing
or interest rates.



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52 HTDME
$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627
WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.


Souvenir Photo Vendor
We're looking for a de-
pendable tenant that can
take souvenir photos and
print them in a high traffic
destination. Location
available. Lease negotia-
ble. Call 296-4557 for
details and appointment.
LG. SPA FULLY FURN.
& equipped on N. Roose-
velt, Key West for lease.
Modern/clean, great loca-
tion Cheap586-615- 3559


PRIME COMMERCIAL
PROPERTIES &
Business
Opportunities

*Hampton Inn & Suites,
Approved Waterfront 80
Units, Marina. Marathon
$17,750,000
*8 Acre Marina,
Waterfront Stock Island
$14,600,000
*117 Duval St.
Investment Property &
Parking. $7,900,000
*Working Marina.
146 slips Key Largo.
$5,999,000
*Guesthouses
and B&B's.
From 3 Units to 20 Units.
$2.3M to $5.9M
*8,500 sf. Office Bldg
& Parking. Lower Keys
$3,285,000
*Bank Foreclosure &
Financing!
18,100 sf. Retail Bldg.
Key Largo $3,300,000
6 Unit Strip Center.
218 Whitehead St. NOI
$150k. $2,750,000
*Liquor Store.
Real Estate & License.
NOI $230k. $2,100,000
*Restaurant & Bar.
300 Block Duval St. In-
door/outdoor. NOI $416k.


keysnews.com/classifieds

KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


$1,750,000
*16 Unit Waterfront Of-
fice Bldg.
on Boulevard. NOI $63k.
$1,049,000
*2,275 s.f retail/office
Bldg & parking on Boule-
vard. $995,000
*Wendy's Hamburger
Franchise
on Duval St. NOI $175k.
$575,000
*1400sf.renovated
office
Northside Dr. $495,000
*1,344 sf. free-standing
office
& fenced lot US1 Cudjoe
Key. $400,000
*Coffee & Internet Cafe
NOI $75k. $350,000
*Hot Hats
on Duval St. NOI $70k.
$149,000

*Entire Investment Pack-
ages available on-line:
KeyWestCommercial.com

*Over $6,000,000 SOLD
property YTD 2009!

Curtis Skomp,CCIM
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
292.7441- ofc.
304.0084-cell

Commercial For Sale
Search all commercial
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.
Key West 79 Seat
Restaurant/Bar
High traffic Mid-Town lo-
cation, 1500 Bertha St.,
w/ a beer & wine license
& equipment included.
For sale at $769k or
rent for $4000/mo.
Vic Musmanno, PA.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123




THINKING OF
A USED CAR?
THINK OF.......

Duncan

Auto Mall Key West
1618 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
294-5126

1994 Chevy Corvette
Auto, A/C, Loaded,
Extra Clean

2002 Chevy Cavalier
Automatic, A/C, 4DR


2001 Chrysler Sebrina
Convertible
Pwr Pkg, A/C, LX, 64K
Miles

2004 Dodge Dakota
Crew Cab SLT
Pwr Pkg, Auto, A/C

2002 Dodge Stratus
4 Dr, A/C Pwr Pkg. Auto

2005 Toyota Corolla
A/C, Auto, 4Dr

2005 Chrysler
PT Cruiser
Auto, A/C, Pwr Pkg,4dr

2004 Toyota Prius
Hybrid

1999 Lincoln Towncar
Cartier- Low Miles

2004 Ford Mustang
Convertible

2004 Toyota 4Runner
28K Miles, SR5, Like
New

2004 Toyota Highlander
Low Miles, Pwr Pkg,
Super Clean

2005 Toyota Tundra
SR5, Crew Cab, Loaded

2007 Nissan Altima
Low Miles, Like New
Loaded

2006 Jeep Liberty SUV
19K Miles, All Power,
Super Clean

2007 Toyota Camry
Hybrid

2006 Ford F150 XCab
4/4 XLT

And a whole lot more
to choose from!!

Plus, Tax, Tag &
Dealer Fee
No other sale prices,
discounts or Trade
Allowances Apply

Duncan Auto Mall
1618 Roosevelt Blvd.
294-5126

KIA MOTORS
The Power To Surprise
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040
305-295-8646

New Sportage LX
as low as $17,045
or $319/mo. w.a.c.

New Sorento LX
as low as $19,730
or $359/mo. w.a.c.


New Sedona Van
as low as $21,988
or $359/mo. w.a.c.

New Optima LX
as low as $16,150
or $299/mo. w.a.c.

New Spectra LX
as low as $13,505
or $249/mo. w.a.c.

New Rio LX
as low as $12,985
or $219/mo. w.a.c.

10 year 100,000 mile
warranty. Prices include
all incentives. Payment
based on 15% cash
down, w.a.c. based on 72
months

Key West Kia
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040


**Manager Specials**

1996 Nissan Pathfinder
Auto, 4x4, a/c. $3988

2003 Kia Rio
5 speed, 4 door. $2388

2000 Ford Windstar
Auto, a/c. $3,988

2002 Mazda 626
Auto, leather, a/c. $4,998

Doc Fee $398
+ Tax + Tag

**Front Line Specials**

2006 Hummer H3
Fully loaded.
$399/month

2007 GMC Sierra Truck
4 door, auto, a/c.
$399/month

2006 Chevy HHR LT
Auto, a/c. $189/month

2002 Jeep Wrangler
5 speed, V6, a/c.
$229/month

2002 Ford Ranger
Ext. cab, V6, auto, a/c.
$189/month

2003 Nissan Xterra
Auto, a/c. $239/month

2005 Nissan Altima
Auto, a/c. $229/month

2004 Nissan Frontier
Crew cab, 5 speed, a/c.
$199/month


2007 Kia Optima
Auto, a/c. $229/month

2008 Kia Sportage
Sunroof, auto, a/c.
$299/month

2007 Toyota Corolla
Auto, a/c. $259/month

2008 Chrysler Sebring
4 door sedan, auto, a/c.
$259/month

2006 Chevy Aveo
4 door sedan, auto, a/c.
$159/month

2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
$189/month

W.A.C. + 15% Down +
Tax, Tag & DOC Fee

*Bad Credit is OK with
Us!
*No Credit
*Good Credit
Give Us A Call
305-295-8646
2004 XLT Ford Ranger
Runs great w/cap.
55K miles, $8200
305-731-3682
2007 MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE GT
California Special,
7,300mi, See at 2407 N
Roosevelt Blvd. $24,500
305-394-3052


Selling

Your Car?


Southenmost Flyer 19


2005 Chevy S-10 Blazer
2 door, V6, A/C, power
windows and locks, tinted
windows, CD player with
XM Radio and IPod con-
nection, dark blue exte-
rior with black interior.
65K miles. $6,500 obo
Call Chris 305-923-5831
97 Nissan 200 SX SE,
74k mi, 40 mpg, 5 speed,
sunroof, a/c, Very Nice,
$3500 731-6045
1995 Audi Convertible
runs strong, exec. cond.
$3,752 305-587-7980
'95 Toyota Corolla,130k
mi, gr shape, orig owner.
$2200 305-745-3905


2002 BOBCAT 753
Skidloader, w/2003 An-
derson heavy duty trailer,
plus many attachments
Turn Key Operation.
$14,500. 587-0082 Larry

Rascal Electric scooter,
3 wheels, new batteries,
@mm 89, $475 304-1829

01 HARLEY DAVIDSON
HERITAGE SOFTTAIL
Many extras, 6900 miles
Mint condition, $9800
413-575-3131

08 Utility trailer, 7 X 10,
Mint condition $1100
413-575-3131



Have a Boat

to sell?


Chuck

can

help!

Let Chuck from our
Classified Team help
you write & place
your ad today!


86 19' Marathon 1992
125hp Johnson w/ alum.
trailer new wiring/controls
$2636obo 305-393-1898
'85 GRADY WHITE
241 OFFSHORE
Repwrd in 8/04 w/Merc
Cruisers. 132 hrs. Sleeps
4, w/'05 Continental trlr.
hdtp & full bim, chem hd
$16,500.603-860-6442
18' Angler, cc, new
never used, trailer, no
motor. $4,985. 393-9006.
78 19' Reinell w/ cuddy
cabin, with Armstrong
dive platform, 130
Honda, 350hrs. Moving
Must Sell! $2500obo
305-923-1951
13' Boston Whaler, '06
Johnson 50hp, lo hrs.
w/trailer. $4K 395-2198

82 22' Hunter Sailboat
Engine, 3 Jib, 4 anchors,
Swing Keel, Sleeps 4.
Moving Must Sell. $1500
obo, 305-923-1951


SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner fin. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.
King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lxl O'Wxl4'H $450mo
Call John 305-360-1790

Liveaboard Boat Slips
Spring special $450/mo.,
For best rates call
305-304-3610. Outside
storage available.

FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
Keys Point/Oceanside
Marina. #617, 40ft. Livea-
board ok. $700 mo. Plus
util. 305-766-2597.

A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
TO
KEEP YOUR BOAT!
Dry rack and wet slip
boat storage available at
Sunset Marina
*24 Hour Security
*Convenience store on-
site
*Gas/Diesel
*Live Bait/Ice
*Fishing Supplies
*Snacks/Soda/Beer
296-7101

King's Pointe Marina
40' boat slip for rent. Slip
# 618. $750/mo. plus
utilities. Please call
(305)747-6268






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2 WEEKS ..... $140
1 MONTH ..... $200
2 MONTHS .... $350
3 MONTHS .... $450
6 MONTHS .... $800
1 YEAR...... $1500


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05-296-4066




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Mobile Repair
21 Hloil Ein age, SelI I e
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PAJARO AUTO DETAILING
Expert Auto Cleaning
We Come to You3 !



Call Drew: 305-942-6212


All Autos All Years
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not
305-332-0483










Do You Need to Hire a
Bookkeeper? Outsource
Your Bookkeeping obday!
ca Yvonnie G. Ametin
305-292-9889
The Information Management
Group, Inc.
www.crushingspeed.com


Web Site Design
spring Stoece
Berber Carpet Sale






f* floridakeis
keqwes5a
Web Site Design
SHosting & Maintenance
Web Promotion
Web Advertising
305-292-1880m


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TWO INCH AD
2 WEEKS ..... $252
1 MONTH ..... $360
2 MONTHS .... $630
3 MONTHS .... $810
6 MONTHS ...$1,440
1 YEAR ...... $2,700


$10 EXTRA FOR LOGOS
MORE CATEGORIES AVAILABLE!


HANDYMAN
C.M. Malta Inc.
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Carpentry, Painting,
PIs ing Deoors
Stairs, Ffoors, Cabinets,
Windows, Paint & More
LoSince 1 e987
(305 923-6560








L25 YEocalfor 15 YearsIENCE
k 305-395-9855^





25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Lic. #236020
All You Need from
The Basement to The Roof!
Call Stephan 797-5486




We Buy Gold!
Estate Jewelry and Watches
Highest Prices Paid
Reputable jeweler
S.. ,, c ss Over 50 Yr i

133 Duval St 293-3573
dvid ran0ewelers@ho0tma l.cm




LAN D.CAPI NG
Yard Work Trimming
Planting a Mulching
Tree Removal & Much More
JACK:
393-36.59
Lic #0800022686 348


MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oeeanside Marina

Authorized DieselSales & Seice, Installation



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305-292-2300









1872-0244-393-


MOLD EMOVA


MURPHY BEDS
www.murphydirect.com
Wood Shutter Repairs






plath P

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Flr, ll "i' 1i h In
Trim & Floor Finishing
304-2930


Ki etL Well & Co.
S Four Generations~ I
S Creative Applications I
I Painting Faux Finishes
Crown Molding Trm Work
305 296-6985




BOSTON
BRICK
KEY WEST
WE STOCK
OLD CHICAGO BRICK,
Lie. SP2386
294-7892




PARADISE
PET SITTING
Nice Home SettningIng '
SAttention to
Medical & Dietary Needs
Fenced & Secure Yard
Very Reasonable Rates
KW Area: 305-293-0958


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Tony's
Roofing & Sheet Metal
RC0064676 RS0016738
Established 1953
Monroe County's Oldest
Residential & Commercial
296-5932


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