The Bay beacon

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The Bay beacon
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Beacon
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Began Apr. 22, 1992.
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Thurs., 1:30 and 3:30 p.m The Valparaiso Community Library invites families to watch The Lego Movie ," rated PG, and Lego Batman: The Movie ," rated NR. Free. 729-5406. Thurs, 6:30-9 p.m. The Sand Dunes Chapter of Embroiderers' Guild of America meets at the First United Methodist Church of Niceville Room 400. Free and open to the public. 496-3466. Sat., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. A free hurricane preparedness event will be in the Niceville Walmart parking lot. Local fire and police departments will provide information Free. Sat, 7:30 p.m. Russian pianist Asiya Korepanova a featured soloist with the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, performs in the Tyler Recital Hall, Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Niceville $25. 729-6000. By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Rich visited Northwest Florida last week for campaign events in Panama City, Fort Walton Beach and Pensacola. In between these appearances, Rich, 72, took time to talk to the Bay Beacon during an interview where she was staying at the home of Judy Byrne Riley, Niceville. Representing districts in Broward and Miami-Dade counties, Rich served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2000 to 2004. She served in the Florida State Senate from 2004 to 2012, when she was term limited out. She was Senate minority leader 2010-12. When asked what her top issue would be as governor, she answered education. "I believe that the last three Republican governors have undermined and have actually tried to destroy public education," Rich said. "It started with Jeb Bush with his education reform and the high stakes testing. She continued, "Ive always had a tremendous commitment to public education because I believe its the great equalizer. And we need to make sure that we fund it properly, we dont demonize our teachers." Next she spoke about her strategy in dealing with her Democratic primary opponent Charlie Crist, who, as a Republican, served as governor from 2007 to 2011 and has an advantage in name recognition, By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The Valparaiso City Commission heard proposals from municipal department heads for the fiscal year 2015 budget at a special commission meeting June 16. Six departments asked for a total of $3.7 million in new fundingfor the budget year that will begin Oct. 1. New funding includes capital expenditures and new items not including wages, benefits, operation and maintenance. Last year these departments got $411,905 in new funding. This year, two departments, the library and administrative department, did not ask for any new funding. The bulk of the requests, worth $2.9 million, came from Public Works which includes utilities, stormwater, streets, shop and sanitation. Requests ranged from a bulk oil container for $2,000 to six sewer lift station overhauls costing $1.3 million. Public Works Director James Valandingham said three of the lift station jobs totaling $722,000 would be paid for with federal Community Development Block grant funds requested in the next two years. For parks, Valandingham asked for $400,000 for repairs, new playground equipment and upgrades to pavilions and benches. For the city-operated By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer With two months before the primary election, local and state candidates filed last week for positions across Okaloosa County and Florida, including the position of governor. The Florida primary election is Aug. 26; the general election is Nov. 4. The nonpartisan school board races will be on the Aug. 26 ballot. Nonpartisan fire district races for East Niceville and North Bay will be decided Nov. 4, as will elections for the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Benefit Unit. State Rep. Matt Gaetz (RDist. 4) is running unopposed, so he will continue for two more years in the position to which he was elected in 2010 and 2012. One Okaloosa County position is unopposed as wellthe county commission District 2 seat for which Republican Carolyn Ketchel is running. Incumbent Dave Parisot, also a Republican, withdrew from the race because, he said, of his wife's health issues. Parisot has been in office since December 2010 and will continue through the term expiration in November. Don W. Howard, Okaloosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court, announced his "planned retirement" in mid-term, effective at the end of October. Three candidates, all Republicans, are running for that officeCharles Baugh, Jr., J.D. Peacock, and Dan Spence. All voters may vote in the primary for this position, which will be determined at that time. Incumbent County Commissioner Don Amunds, a Republican who has served since 2004 in the District 4 T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n 50Wednesday, June 25, 2014info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 10 Pages, 2 Sections, 5 Inserts COMINGUP Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersFirefighters responded to a house afire at 1531 Royal Palm Drive, Niceville, Sunday at 9 p.m. following a lightning strike. The occupants, Kurt and Lynn Schott, were not home when it happened and there were no casualties except for their dog, which died in the blaze, according to the Niceville Fire Department. One firefighter who suffered a heat-related injury was treated at the scene. Firefighters were on the scene from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Estimated damage is $200,000 plus contents. The Niceville Fire Department was assisted by fire companies from Valparaiso, Eglin, Niceville, Ocean City, East Niceville and North Bay.Holiday weekend traffic increasesCandidates file for local, state officesValparaiso eyes budget wish listsGovernor candidate stops by Niceville Police Blotter, page A-5 Please see CANDIDATES, page A-2By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The Mid-Bay Bridge last month saw its highest Memorial Day weekend traffic since at least 2009, counting 98,378 vehicles from Friday, May 23, through Monday, May 26. The increase from last year for the traditional start of the summer tourist season was almost 3 percent, following a decrease of 2 percent in 2013. Compared with the same period in 2009, Memorial Day weekend traffic last month was up 11.7 percent. Toll revenue for the bridge for the month of May was almost $1.6 million, with a total of 664,753 vehicles using the threemile span linking Niceville and Destin. The northern connector, which opened in January 2014, continues to see growth in paying traffic, with a 22 percent increase in the last three months to 6,583 average daily count in May. Booked revenue for the connector in May was $178,539, from 204,075 toll-paying vehicles. The upward trend has continued in June with approximately 7,200 paying connector users just in the first 15 days. Not all of the news is good, though. Although revenue for the MBBA has been 11.6 percent higher in the last three months, so far it is only meeting 88 perPlease see INCREASES, page A-4 Please see GOVERNOR, page A-3 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Rich, of Broward County, at the house of Niceville resident Judy Byrne Riley during a campaign foray in Northwest Florida last week. Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersLightning causes house fire Please see LISTS, page A-4 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Having a ballFirst and second graders attending the Winshape Christian day camp held this week at Lewis Middle School enjoy the parachute bounce. Some 150 kids enjoyed highenergy group games and learned about how to be part of a team.Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders

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seat, has drawn two GOP challengersTrey Goodwin and Henry Kelley. Amunds was appointed to a vacancy in 2004, and was elected subsequently in 2006 and 2010. Since only Republicans are running in the countywide races, the Aug. 26 primary will decide the victor, and balloting for those races will be open to voters of any political affiliation. In the gubernatorial race, Republican candidates are the first-term incumbent, Rick Scott, and challengers Yinka A. Adeshina and Elizabeth Cuevas-Neunder. Democrats running for governor are former Gov. Charlie Crist (who served from 2007 to 2011 as a Republican) and former State Senate minority leader Nan H. Rich, Broward County. Libertarian Adrian Wyllie is also running for governor, as are seven write-in candidates and five candidates with no party affiliation. Florida Cabinet positions up for election this year are Chief Financial Officer, Attorney General and Commissioner of Agriculture. Republican incumbent Jeff Atwater is running for Chief Financial Officer against Democrat William Rankin and write-in candidate Jeffrey M. Obos. Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi, who is unopposed in the GOP primary, will face the winner of the Democratic primary, which is contested by George H. Sheldon and Perry E. Thurston, Jr. Also on the November ballot will be Bill Wohlsifer of the Libertarian Party of Florida. Republican Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam will face Democrat Thaddeus "Thad" Hamilton in November. Republican Congressman Jeff Miller, District 1, will face John Krause in the primary. Miller has served since 2001. Congressional candidate Jim Bryan, a Democrat, will face the winner of the GOP primary in November. Also on the November ballot is Mark Wichern, no party. Early election voting takes place Aug. 16 through 23 for the primary and Oct. 25 through Nov. 1 for the general election. Okaloosa County School Board District 1 incumbent Cindy Frakes, who was first elected in 1998, will face Lamar White on Aug. 26. In District 3 of the school board, incumbent Rodney Walker will face two opponents: Christoffer Hyden and Joseph Slusser. Walker has been on the school board since 1994. School board District 5 incumbent Melissa Thrush, who has served since 2010, will face David E. Scholl. In the First Circuit Court, judge candidates Michelle Avignone Inere and Jennie Marie Kinsey will be running for the Group 22 seat. W. Howard LaPorte, the judge in Walton County for Group 22, turns 70, the mandatory retirement age, in September. Judge Rick Santurri requested to transfer to Walton County so whoever is elected to replace LaPorte will be assigned to Escambia County. Avignone and Kinsey qualified the week of April 28. The other nine 1st District Circuit judgeships are unopposed, with the incumbents all running. First District Court of Appeal Judges Robert T. Benton, Joseph Lewis Jr., Scott Makar, Tim Osterhaus and Clay Roberts filed for retention. They will be included on the November ballot. In judicial retention referendums, voters decide whether or not to keep the incumbent in office. If the incumbent is recalled, then the governor appoints a replacement. One of two seats on the East Niceville Fire Commission is contested: Incumbent John K. Root is running for the Group 4 seat against C. J. McEntire. Incumbent Ed Dunbar is unopposed for the Group 2 seat. In the North Bay Fire District, Incumbent Janet Santner is running for the Group 2 seat against Chandler Huff. Joe Fagundes and Paul Moore are running for the Group 4 seat on the North Bay Fire Commission. Incumbent Lee Wetzell did not file for the ballot. Two directors of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Benefit Unit will be chosen in November. Felix Beukenkamp, who was appointed in December 2013, will run for the Director 2 position against Denise M. Wintner. Deborah Stretch, who has served since 2010, is unopposed for a second four-year term for Director 4. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992Page A-2 Wednesday, June 25, 2014 THEBAYBEACON WALK INS WELCOME | CALL TODAY! 897-4466 www.RitzSalonNiceville.com | Bluewater Bay (Mid-Bay Plaza)Ritz Salon is a Matrix Platinum Salon with 13 Master Stylists offering a range of coloring, hi-lighting, 3-Dimensional coloring, color correction, straightening, Keratin and permanent waves. A nail tech also offers a wide range of nail services. Ritz Salon has been a family beauty salon for 19 years in the Niceville Community of Bluewater Bay. We are your friends, family and full-service hair care providers! We are proud of our community and hope beautify it one head at a time! 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Krause Jeff Miller Mark Wichern Felix Beukenkamp Charlie Crist Nan H. Rich Rick Scott Deborah Stretch The Frogg Toggs Chilly Pad provides an innovative way to cool down while enduring outdoor heat or high levels of physical activity. When wet, the towel becomes considerably cooler than the outside air, thereby providing cooling relief to the user. frogg toggs 850-678-159 Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6www.bayoubookcompany.comNiceville Oak Creek Shopping Center Since 1986 Find Frogg Toggsat: Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersNew Niceville police officers sworn in From left, Rodney Johns, Joshua Kimbril, Tyler Chavis, Pete Normandin and John Lee after their official swearing in Friday as new officers of the Niceville Police Department. John K. Root

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Westville, FLCredit Cards EBT Cards CALL FOR SPECIALS fundraising and endorsements. "Part of it is the grassroots strategy," Rich said. "I started out with this idea of a two-tier strategy. Obviously, fundraising is important but Im a real believer in grass roots. The people are energized and they, you know, create an energy for me." Rich added, "The truth is that, you know, money may matter but voters matter more. Ive won all of my legislative races because Im really accessible. Ive always really cared about my constituents." When asked about how she would create jobs and improve the state economy, Rich said education and health care were key. "The reason I say this is because during the recession the two areas where jobs were not lost, were actually gained, were in education and health care," she said. She continued: "Why I link it to health care is because if this governor and legislature had taken the Medicaid expansion money, under the Affordable Care Act, the $51 billion, there would have been according to the University of Florida study, 122,000 new health care jobs." Rich explained that she thinks the state should concentrate on encouraging small business through incubators within state universities. The Beacon also asked about Florida House Bill 1047, signed by Gov. Scott into law last week, which redefines the viability of a fetus in an attempt to reduce the number of abortions. Rich said, "Its another bill that curtails womens reproductive rights. It changes viability standards set by Roe v. Wade which is, you know, current law. . Its one of the reasons why I believe. . we need a pro-choice governor," she added. When asked about the Affordable Care Act, the federal law popularly known as Obamacare, Rich said, "I believe health care is a right." She continued, "There are issues with the Affordable Care Act as there are issues with any legislation that is passed whether its federal or state. . there are always glitches and things that need to be looked at, so nothing is perfect, but I will say as I go around the state, more and more families are benefitting from the ACA, whether its keeping their children on their policies until 26, not having to be concerned with preexisting conditions. . not having, you know, arbitrary caps." Rich supported Florida's "Stand Your Ground" selfdefense law when it passed the State Senate unanimously in 2005. The Beacon asked her what should be done regarding the law and gun rights in general. Rich said, "The bill was never supposed to be implemented the way in which its being implemented. Certain aspects of the bill did not really come to light until after the bill had been passed in the Senate. . I think the bill needs to be changed; thats the bottom line now." She added, "It was originally supposed to be for issues of self defense and its just gone so far beyond what was intended." The Beacon asked next about SB 850 to expand vouchers to low income families. Rich responded that the state needs to pay more than it is now, "When I got to the legislature in the year 2000, 60 percent of funding for public schools was done through general revenue dollars through the state budget and 40 percent was local property tax, and its reversed." She also said we need to pay teachers more. Rich supports recognition of same-sex marriage and a right to use medical marijuana. When asked how she can appeal to voters in conservative Northwest Florida, she said, "Based on the same issues that Im appealing to voters in all other parts of the state. . When I talk to people here, they care about their children, they care about the education of their children, they care about whether or not their children have health care, they care about the environment, thats the same everywhere around the state." "People are people. .they want the best for their families. .They want people to focus on the best interest of people, not the best interest of corporations . .We have just not done a good job of protecting the most vulnerable in our communities because the political ideology has been tax cuts." THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 25, 2014 Page A-3 Bombs awayLiliana Smith, 14, Crestview, models a 70-pound bomb suit designed to protect an explosive ordnance disposal technician from blast. Liliana got to try the suit on at the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Youth Week Field Day at the Mullet Festival grounds in Niceville Friday. Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders GOVERNORFrom page A-1 ClarificationDavid Scholl is a candidate for Seat 5 on the Okaloosa County School Board. Neither Scholl nor his opponent, Melissa Thrush, appeared at a candidate forum June 2 in Bluewater Bay, and the resulting article, published June 18, neglected to mention his candidacy.

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cemetery, Valandingham asked for $250,000 to build a mausoleum which is a part of the Capital Improvement Plan for 2009-2014. The city is seeking grant opportunities for this project. Police Chief Joseph Hart asked for a total of $62,900 including a four percent pay increase for all 15 of his staff, excluding himself, a new patrol vehicle, and a computer upgrade with eight new computers and a network switch. Fire Department Chief Mark Norris asked for $17,300 for firefighting gear and fire hose and nozzle replacements. Mayor Bruce Arnold asked for $25,000 for repairs to parts of city hall damaged by roof leakage. He also sought $20,000 for Doolittle Park. Arnold said that $60,000 to $80,000 is needed for rehabilitation of the park which is used for the Memorial Day and Veterans Day observances each year. Arnold concluded the budget portion of the meeting by saying that, "The city's just like home, you have a lot of things that you would like." He implied that you can't always get all of them. Additionally, Commissioner Joe Morgan gave a presentation on the topic of docks in the Plat 1 district, which is the area along Bayshore Drive on the water east of John Sims Parkway, also known as the historical district. Morgan had been tasked with working on the issue of dock repairs and construction in the Plat 1 area which had been placed on moratorium by Ordinance 361. Homeowners in the area have not been able to repair or build new docks on the water for several years. Docks have fallen into disrepair or are incomplete because of the moratorium. The land in question, although opposite their houses, does not belong to them and some believe privately-owned docks should not be built there since the land is owned by the city. Morgan met with the homeowners who are interested in building or repairing docks on June 10 and about a dozen of them attended the June 16 meeting. Brandon Wilson, 1267 Bayshore Drive, spoke in support of Commissioner Morgan's efforts, calling it a "win-win situation" for the homeowners to be able to build and repair docks in the area. Obie O'Brien, of 324 Glen Avenue, spoke against the possible new ordinance. O'Brien said there should be no docks in the area and that only 57 people would have the ability to build these docks. He said to hold those 57 people in the balance with everyone in the public who could use the area. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-4 Wednesday, June 25, 2014 We should send them back like any other illegal immigrants. Take care of them. It s that simple. They are here, and we ve got to take care of them. They re kids. We can worry about the rest of it later on. You have to do the right thing, and send them back to their families. I know it sounds harsh, but the law s the law.What should be done about the thousands of unaccompanied children from Central America reportedly illegally entering the US?We don t want to kick the kids out, but we need to find an overall solution to the border problem. First, we must find a way to stop human traffickers. We must also set up a system of care for the children. The governments of their native countries should help us with that. It s a very difficult problem, which will be almost impossible to solve. Location: Niceville Public Library THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike GriffithMarilyn Turk, 62, Niceville, freelance writer Bill Parker, 68, Niceville, retired Joshua Whitaker, 24, Choctaw Beach, server Ray Steele, 53, Niceville, groundskeeper Rochelle Carter, 34, Niceville, stay home mom Bill Chagares, 81, Niceville, retired airline pilot Bluewater Bay Resort$4900+tax18 Holeswith CartIncludes Buffet from 11am-3pmPulled Pork & BBQ Chicken with all the trimmings... 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The aircraft, an Air Force variant of the tri-service strike fighter, arrived at Eglin in July 2011. Eglin has 26 F-35As. The 33rd Fighter Wing also flies versions used by the Navy and the Marines. cent of its projected income level for fiscal year 2014, which will end Sept. 30. The authority realized only 82 percent of that projection in May even with five weekends in the month, versus four weekends in the year-ago period. Bridge authority Executive Director Jim Vest does not see the shortfall as the end of the story, however. "That doesn't mean we're not going to be at 100 percent on Sept. 30," said Vest. The bridge authority plans to increase tolls in October 2015. Vest said the amount of the increase will be determined in light of a traffic forecast to be completed next year. INCREASESFrom page A-1

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ArrestsOn June 11 James Ryan Mullins, 22, of 621 Live Oak St., Choctaw Beach, was booked into the Walton County Jail on an out of county warrant. * On June 13 Jonathan David White, 20, of 322 Parkwood Place, Niceville, was booked into the Walton County Jail for a felony probation violation. He was released later that day. * On June 13, Niceville police arrested Jonathan Lee Yates, 28, self-employed, of 2870 Rattlesnake Bluff, Crestview, for one count of possession of a controlled substance, three counts of resisting with violence, and one count of possession of paraphernalia. Yates resisted arrest by trying to pull away from, and attempting to kick, officers who were making an arrest for two felony warrants. Yates had two bags of a white powder, digital scales and a straw. The white powder field tested positive as methamphetamine. He also had a glass pipe of the type used for narcotics use, with residue in it. * On June 14, Max Allen John, 40, of 55 Cora Place, Niceville, was booked into the Walton County Jail for driving while license suspended, third or subsequent offense. He was released later that day. * On June 14 Walton County deputies arrested Rebel Lea Towry, 39, a restaurant worker, of 209 Steppe Court, Huntsville, Ala., as an out-of-state fugitive from justice. While responding to a report of a physical disturbance in progress at an address on Silvestri Court in Niceville, officers ran the names of all parties involved through state and federal databases, and discovered that Towry had an active warrant out of Madison County, Ala., for one count of theft of property.DUIOn June 7, the Walton County Sheriffs Office arrested Harry Crymes Hitchcock, 72, of 241 JoKatherine Lane, Santa Rosa Beach, for DUI and marijuana possession over 20 grams. While conducting a traffic stop on Hitchcock along State Road 20 in Villa Tasso, an officer smelled a faint odor of an alcoholic beverage and a strong odor of marijuana. Hitchcock showed other signs of intoxication, and failed a field sobriety test at the scene. Another deputy observed alleged marijuana in the glovebox when Hitchcock opened it to look for his drivers license. The bag of marijuana was weighed at 22 grams. Officers also found an empty oxycodone prescription bottle in the vehicle. Upon arriving at the Walton County Jail more than two hours later, Hitchcock was given a breath test, which did not indicate any presence of alcohol in his breath.Notice to appearOn June 10 Valparaiso police issued a notice to appear before a city magistrate to Heather Michaelle Riedel, unemployed, of 284 Montana Ave., Valparaiso, for allowing her dog to run free across South Bayshore Drive without a leash, collar, or under voice command. While running free, the dog charged two people who were walking down Bayshore Drive, barking, growling and snarling. This is the seventh report of the dog running loose and the third notice to appear issued to Riedel concerning her alleged failure to properly restrain her dog.OtherOn June 2, a Walton County deputy sheriff responded to an address on Nimrod Circle, Niceville, concerning an alleged drug violation, in which two males had reportedly been seen sitting in a silver jeep smoking narcotics. Upon arrival, deputies found no one in the jeep, but a person nearby who claimed to be the owner of the jeep gave permission for the officer to search the vehicle. The officer opened the doors and smelled the odor of recently smoked marijuana. The officer opened the center console and found a large pill bottle with a green leafy substance inside, and another such bottle in the front ashtray. The person who initially claimed to own the jeep turned out not to be the owner, and no one admitted to possessing or using the leafy substances found inside, which police seized. No arrests were made. * On June 10, Niceville police responded to Alpine Bicycles II on Howell Road, regarding the theft of some bicycle equipment. * On June 11, Niceville police responded to an address on Reeves Street regarding a report of a male juvenile seen stealing a bicycle. * On June 11, Niceville police responded to an address on Hill Lane regarding a residential burglary. The complainant said that someone had entered his residence through an unlocked sliding glass door, and that his 55-inch TV and PlayStation equipment were missing. * On June 13 an Okaloosa County deputy sheriff responded to an address on 23rd Street in Niceville regarding burglary to a vehicle. A complainant reported that someone had entered his vehicle while it was parked, and that when he returned he discovered that $10 was missing, along with a bottle of 80 pills. * On June 13, Niceville police responded to an address on Reeves Street regarding the theft of a gas stove valued at $400. * On June 14, Niceville police responded to Jim n Nicks on John Sims Parkway regarding a report of a stolen bike. * On June 14 someone came to the Niceville police station and reported that their wallet had been stolen with over $400 and miscellaneous valuables. * On June 14 someone came to the Niceville police station and reported that they had bought an iPhone from someone on Craigslist, but received a message upon turning on the phone that it was stolen. The case was turned over to the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. * On June 15 Niceville police responded to an address on Crestview Avenue regarding an alleged battery, in which one person accused another of stabbing him with a knife during an argument. The alleged victim, however, declined to press charges against the alleged attacker. * On June 16 Niceville police responded to an address on Reeves Street where a complainant stated that her home had been broken into the previous night and ransacked. * On June 17 Niceville police responded to an address on Date Palm Drive, where a complainant stated that her car had been badly egged the previous night. Police BlotterThe following accounts of the activities of police are according to records of the Niceville and Valparaiso police departments, the Okaloosa County and Walton County sheriffs offices, other law-enforcement agencies, and the Okaloosa County and Walton County jails. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 PALLEAGUEFun Recreational Soccer! Ages 4-18 F or inf o: How ar d Hill, 6782182 or www.ni ce v illepal soccer.comRegistrations Sat., June 28, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS Cafeteria Sat., July 12, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS Cafeteria Sat., July 26, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. NHS Cafeteria Cost: $65Waiting list after July 26Bring state-issued birth certificate for players not registered with PAL Soccer in Fall 2013. Age Group Birthdates VIP(Children w/ disabilities) Aug 1, 95Jul 31, 10 U6 Aug 1, 08Jul 31, 10 U8 Aug 1, 06Jul 31, 08 U10 Aug 1, 04Jul 31, 06 U12 Aug 1, 02Jul 31, 04 U14 Aug 1, 00Jul 31, 02 U19 Aug 1, 95Jul 31, 001. U6 and VIP teams are co-ed. Separate girls and boys teams in U8, U10, U12, U14 and U19. 2. Uniforms provided (jersey, shorts, socks for VIP & U6 through U14; shirt only for U19). Players keep uniforms. 3. Accidental medical insurance and registration with Soccer Association for Youth included.B eginning Ref eree Cou rse :Go to fsr-inc.com, Become a Referee tab to register.COACHES NEEDEDSign up at registrationTEAM SPONSORS NEEDED$200 for U6 through U14; $100 for Each Subsequent Team. $100 for U19 Start Smart Soccer! Ages 3-5Cost: $25 Parent participation required. Call Nikki Hobbs, 279-3081, for information. Donate used, good-condition soccer cleats. Exchange or buy at registrations.Contact Jody Osborne, 410-404-6799 or jodybosborne@gmail.com. SIMPLY THE BESTAt Bay Area Better Hearing, we feel were the best in town because we offer: OUR NAME BRANDS: Oticon, Phonak, Siemens MOST UP-TO-DATE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FRIENDLY, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FAIR, AFFORDABLE PRICES 30 DAY TRIAL PRIVILEGE Call today for a FREE Hearing Profile When you think of hearing ... Think of Bay Area Better Hearing.LESLIEA. 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Serving Niceville-Valparaiso for 50 yearsBrowse our selection of Hardwood & Laminate Fire Department ReportsThe Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls from June 13, 2014 through June 22, 2014. 2 Structure Fire37 Emergency Medical Calls 0 Vehicle Fire6 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire0 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn10 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms1 Hazardous Conditions STREET SITUATION DATE TIME Forest Lake Terr.....................Medical...............................6/13/14.......................08:18 W. John Sims Pkwy...............Medical...............................6/13/14.......................14:21 W. John Sims Pkwy...............Medical...............................6/13/14.......................15:35 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/13/14.......................17:03 Date Palm Dr..........................Alarm activation..................6/13/14.......................17:39 Royal Palm Dr........................Medical...............................6/13/14.......................19:15 SR 85 N..................................Medical...............................6/13/14.......................21:03 Grand Oak Dr.........................False call.............................6/14/14.......................05:14 Nathey Ave.............................Medical...............................6/14/14.......................10:53 W. John Sims Pkwy...............Medical...............................6/14/14.......................15:14 3 rd Street................................Medical...............................6/14/14.......................20:23 Roberts Dr..............................Medical...............................6/15/14.......................02:46 47 th Street..............................Medical...............................6/15/14.......................05:44 Rattan Palm Drive..................Medical...............................6/15/14.......................06:26 E. John Sims Pkwy................Medical...............................6/15/14.......................11:58 Valparaiso Blvd......................Service call.........................6/16/14.......................05:44 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/16/14.......................10:13 23 rd Street..............................Cancelled............................6/16/14.......................19:12 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/17/14.......................08:00 Ellis Ave..................................Medical...............................6/17/14.......................08:45 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/17/14.......................09:50 SR 123....................................Medical...............................6/17/14.......................12:17 SR 85 N..................................Vehicle crash......................6/17/14.......................15:12 E. John Sims Pkwy................Service call.........................6/17/14.......................15:25 W. College Blvd......................Vehicle crash......................6/17/14.......................15:49 E. John Sims Pkwy................Medical...............................6/17/14.......................16:33 Bullock Blvd............................Medical...............................6/18/14.......................05:04 Dana Point Dr.........................Medical...............................6/18/14.......................07:36 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/18/14.......................07:43 Edgewater Dr.........................Cancelled............................6/18/14.......................07:53 S. Cedar Ave..........................Medical...............................6/18/14.......................12:33 N. Partin Dr.............................Alarm activation..................6/18/14.......................21:16 Regatta Dr..............................Medical...............................6/19/14.......................00:50 E. College Blvd......................Medical...............................6/19/14.......................09:28 Juniper Ave.............................Cancelled............................6/19/14.......................12:45 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/19/14.......................14:51 23 rd Street..............................Vehicle crash......................6/19/14.......................18:02 23 rd Street..............................Cancelled............................6/19/14.......................18:58 Hudson Cir..............................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................05:51 E. John Sims Pkwy................Vehicle crash......................6/20/14.......................06:48 E. John Sims Pkwy................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................07:55 SR 85 N..................................Life flight..............................6/20/14.......................07:40 SR 85 N..................................Structure fire.......................6/20/14.......................09:23 Howell Rd...............................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................09:47 30 th Street..............................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................10:26 Edgewater Dr.........................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................11:27 E. John Sims Pkwy................Vehicle crash......................6/20/14.......................12:52 E. John Sims Pkwy................Medical...............................6/20/14.......................14:19 Pine Ave.................................Vehicle crash......................6/20/14.......................18:51 Judith Ave...............................Medical...............................6/21/14.......................10:19 Grove Park Dr,.......................Cancelled............................6/21/14.......................11:02 Lanman Rd.............................Medical...............................6/21/14.......................15:32 23 rd Street..............................Medical...............................6/22/14.......................07:38 N. Partin Dr.............................Medical...............................6/22/14.......................13:15 3 rd Street................................Medical...............................6/22/14.......................13:43 Royal Palm Dr........................Structure fire.......................6/22/14.......................20:39 Weekly Safety Tip: The National Fire Protection Association reports in 2011 almost 18,000 fires were caused by fireworks and sparklers cause 16% of fireworks injuries. The Niceville Fire Department has a Facebook page, check it out! Niceville North BayThe North Bay Fire Department responded to the following calls from June 13, 2014 through June 22, 2014. Street Situation Date Time Muirfield Way..........................Medical assist......................6/13/14.......................09:44 N. White Point Rd...................Medical................................6/13/14.......................11:44 E. Hwy. 20...............................Dispatched & cancelled......6/13/14.......................23:45 Merchants Way.......................Vehicle accident..................6/14/14.......................09:21 Otterlake Cove........................Medical................................6/14/14.......................15:32 N. White Point Rd...................Dispatched & cancelled......6/15/14.......................18:31 N. White Point Rd...................Medical assist......................6/16/14.......................13:05 E. Hwy. 20...............................No incident found................6/16/14.......................19:02 Merchants Way.......................Medical assist......................6/16/14.......................19:53 Windlake Dr.............................Alarm activation...................6/16/14.......................23:08 Rosewood Way......................Medical................................6/17/14.......................01:26 N. White Point Rd...................Medical assist......................6/17/14.......................07:43 St. Andrew Cove.....................Medical................................6/17/14.......................10:08 Hwy.20/Bluewater Blvd..........Vehicle accident..................6/17/14.......................14:14 Glen Eagles Dr.......................Medical................................6/17/14.......................17:44 Southwind Ct..........................Assist invalid........................6/17/14.......................21:50 N. Partin Dr..............................Medical................................6/18/14.......................07:44 Edgewater Dr..........................EMS call..............................6/18/14.......................07:51 Sunset Beach Blvd.................Medical................................6/18/14.......................10:51 Fairway Lakes Dr....................Public assist.........................6/18/14.......................13:37 Hwy. 20 E................................Medical................................6/18/14.......................17:24 Evans Rd.................................Gas leak..............................6/18/14.......................19:10 Live Oak St.............................Dispatched & cancelled......6/18/14.......................21:13 N. White Point Rd...................Medical................................6/19/14.......................09:19 E. College Blvd.......................Dispatched & cancelled......6/19/14.......................09:33 N. Hwy. 85...............................Dispatched & cancelled......6/20/14.......................09:30 Troon Dr. W.............................Public assist.........................6/20/14.......................11:15 Cat Mar Rd..............................Medical................................6/20/14.......................12:11 Norwich Cir..............................Lock-out...............................6/20/14.......................14:47 Glen Eagles Dr.......................Dispatched & cancelled......6/20/14.......................17:18 E. Hwy.20/Pine St...................No incident found................6/20/14.......................18:51 N. White Point Rd...................Medical................................6/20/14.......................19:02 Timpoochee Ln.......................Dispatched & cancelled......6/21/14.......................04:16 N. White Point Rd...................Medical................................6/21/14.......................15:54 Bermuda Cir............................Medical................................6/22/14.......................12:41 Royal Palm Dr.........................Building fire..........................6/22/14.......................20:41 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 25, 2014 Page A-5 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 Fax 1-888-520-9323 info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressThe Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville, Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole, as well as midWalton County from Villa Tasso to Basin Bayou, including Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52. All submissions for publication become property of The Bay Beacon.Niceville s Newspaper William Eddins, State Attorney for the First Judicial Circuit, announced last week that Michael Robert Lake Jr., 26, entered a plea of no contest and was sentenced to 25 years in prison on one count of lewd or lascivious molestation on a child under 12 years of age by a person over 18 years of age. In November 2013, while visiting the home of a 4-year-old child in Niceville, Lake committed a sex act on the child that was witnessed by a 5-year-old, according to a police report. The 5-year-old reported what he saw and the victim then disclosed to investigators what had occurred. Lake, who was listed a homeless, was found several weeks later and was arrested Dec. 12 on Bayshore Drive, Niceville. Okaloosa County Circuit Judge John T. Brown sentenced Lake to 25 years mandatory minimum in state prison. Upon his release from prison Lake will be supervised on probation for the remainder of his life and will be required to wear an electronic monitor. He was also designated a sexual predator, according to Eddins. The investigation and arrest were conducted by Niceville Police Department with assistance from the Childrens Advocacy Center, Niceville. The case was prosecuted by Assistant State Attorney Jennifer Lieb. Michael R. Lake Jr. Attack on child, 4, draws 25-year term

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-6 Wednesday, June 25, 2014 ALL AROUND THE TOWN Dr. Olivier Broutin believes that when he creates relationships based on trust in his dental practice, he and his team can offer the best solutions to his patients. He knows that people who are suffering the discomfort and embarrassment of losing a tooth feel like there's no hope and the only answer is wearing a bridge or dentures forever. Having a tooth extracted can be a devastating experience. It affects how you look, speak, eat, and feel about yourself. What many people do not know is that losing a tooth can also begin a domino effect of ill health and aging. The negative results go far deeper than what you see on the surface. When a tooth is extracted, another process begins under the surface the loss of bone. As soon as a tooth is lost, the bone that held it in place begins to deteriorate up to 25 percent of bone mass is lost the first year! This bone is so essential to the structure and balance of your smile and your face, that without it, your lips will look thinner, your nose longer, you will lose more teeth and will very likely develop TMJ disorder. It doesn't have to be that way. Dental implants provide better health, appearance, and lasting benefits for patients who have lost a tooth. Dr. Broutin is excited to offer this amazing technology to his patients. A dental implant is a relatively simple innovation. A Titanium rod is inserted into the bone where the tooths root used to be. Because Titanium is biocompatible, it becomes one with the bone and essentially becomes a part of your mouth. This keeps the bone living and stimulated, prevents further tooth loss and keeps your face youthfully supported. The technology is both safe and proven over a million implants are inserted every year and the results are incredible. The teeth surrounding the implant are less likely to decay, require root canals or be lost because of a lack of bone support. And the implant itself is not affected by cavities or periodontal disease. Dental Implants are a compelling option for patients of almost any age, and Dr. Broutin has seen remarkable success rates. He believes in offering the best possible dental treatments that give his patients beauty, comfort and function. The main focus of Dr. Broutin and his staff is to take care of every aspect of their patient's dental health. "I cant emphasize enough how important it is for people to realize that bone starts deteriorating the very moment a tooth is lost. Bridging it over or using a traditional denture doesnt stop the loss. An implant or implant supported denture can. Thats powerful. Its the fascinating science of dentistry. 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OPENS JULY 1STJulie Staats, D.O.FAMILY MEDICINEIt is all about you.Courtyard Plaza, Niceville 4566 Hwy. 20 E., Ste. 102 Ph: 850-279-3040Dr. Staats, a 30+ USAF veteran, has owned a home in Niceville for 25 years. She is Board Certified and a Fellow in Family Medicine. By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent During a meeting of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Benefit Unit governing board June 17, board member Felix Beukenkamp said that the new sidewalk along Southwind Drive was near completion, and was designed to comply with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The sidewalk was completed the following day, by a prisoner work crew provided by Okaloosa County, and with materials paid for by the MSBU. Beukenkamp said that a similar sidewalk is slated for completion along Winged Foot Drive next year, and another such sidewalk is planned for Woodlands Drive the year after. Also during the meeting, board members approved a motion to spend $1,808 for repair and improvements to irrigation systems within Bluewater Bay. They also approved seeking bids from contractors to provide an accurate, detailed map of Bluewater Bay, which can be used to facilitate the planning and execution of future projects throughout the community. Board member Judy Griffin said that during the past weeks, some trees that were downed or badly damaged by recent storms were removed along the southern portion of Bluewater Boulevard. She also said that the use of antimold chemicals has helped reduce the need for frequent pressure washing of concrete block retaining walls around some of the flower beds along Bluewater Bay roadways. Board member Debbie Stretch said that the MSBUs website, at BluewaterBay.org has been modernized and is now up and running. The website contains information about Bluewater Bay and about MSBU activities. It also usually contains such information as current and proposed budgets and project plans, a copy of the Request for Quotes for Bluewater Bays landscaping contract, and email addresses for contacting MSBU board members. Stretch said she is in the process of soliciting donations from local businesses and community organizations to help fund future community events similar to the childrens Easter egg roll that was held earlier this year. During the public comment period at the meeting, one resident expressed concern about lack of enforcement of community covenants within Bluewater Bay. He said this makes it difficult to control obnoxious behavior by some community residents, such as parking boats or vehicles in their front yards. Board member Steve Hall said that local attorney Jerry Zivan generally helps residents resolve most covenant disputes, but that it may be worthwhile for the MSBU board to approach Okaloosa County authorities about expanding the authority of the MSBU to include covenant enforcement. The MSBU scheduled a meeting for 4:30 p.m. July 1 at the Regency Inn at 4577 Highway 20, Niceville. Sidewalk approaches completion in BWB

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