The Bay beacon

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The Bay beacon
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Thurs., 1 p.m. Social event for Twin City Senior Citizens Club, 268 Glenview Ave., Valparaiso. Area senior citizens welcome. Entre provided, please bring a covered dish to share. 543-0869. Sat., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Niceville author Jocelyn Donahoo signs her book "The Cookie Cutter House" at Bayou Book Co., Niceville. Mon., 12-2 p.m. Blood drive at Walmart, Niceville. All donors will receive a beach towel. Tues., 5.-6:30 p.m. Hurricane Grill & Wings sponsors the Niceville-Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours networking event. Free and open to the public. By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Okaloosa County has obtained $2 million in state funds toward the cost of extending county sewers to a lakeside residential community east of Bluewater Bay. Eventually the project will require residents of the 120-home Lake Pippin community to switch from septic tanks to the county sewer system. County officials say it will be at least 18 months before work begins on the project. The project is expected to cost as much as $4 million, double the $2 million state contribution approved by the legislature earlier this year. The goal is to improve water quality in Lake Pippin and Choctawhatchee Bay, into which the lake flows. The Okaloosa Water and Sewer Department estimates that the community generates about 40,000 gallons of wastewater daily. An existing lift station, a bigBy Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Early voting for the Aug. 26 primary election started Monday and will continue daily, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., through Aug. 23. Voters may cast early ballots at any one of five places: Niceville City Hall; the Supervisor of Elections office, Crestview; the Robert Sikes Public Library, Crestview; the Okaloosa County Fairgrounds, Fort Walton Beach; and the Destin Community Center. On the ballot are the following races: Republican voters will decide whether John Krause or Jeff Miller, the incumbent, will be the Republican candidate for Congress, District 1. They will also choose the Republican candidate for governor from T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n 50Wednesday, August 13, 2014info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 10 Pages, 2 Sections, 6 Inserts COMINGUPBeacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersSandy Walker was already preparing her classroom at Bluewater Elementary School last week for a new crop of kindergarteners. Th is is her third year teaching kindergarten at Bluewater. For Okaloosa County public-school students, classes will begin Monday, Aug. 18.School to start Monday for 30,000Early voting beginsState earmarks $2 million to fund Lake Pippin sewersBy Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Students, teachers, parents and school staff around the county are preparing for the beginning of a new school year. Classes will begin Monday for over 30,000 Okaloosa County public-school students. At Rocky Bayou Christian School, Niceville, classes began today. At Collegiate High School, Niceville, students started Aug. 11. Aug. 11 was also the first day for Okaloosa County School District teachers to report to work but many have been in and out of the school all summer long, said Edge Elementary Principal Samantha Dawson. Dawson said she's expecting more students this year and already has 577 signed up. "Typically, we'll see a lot of growth right before school starts and right after school starts," she said. She's also expecting five new teachers along with her new assistant principal, Kristina Clark. Clark is one of a bevy of assistant principals hired by the school district for the elementary and middle schools to help principals with added teacher-evaluation duties. Teachers at all the schools will be dealing with the new Florida Standard Assessments, replacing the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) this year. According to the Florida Department of Education, the new standards "focus on in-depth critical thinking and problem solving skills rather than rote memorization Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersLake Pippin residents will be connected to Okaloosa County sewer, replacing their septic systems, to reduce pollution of the la ke on which they live. Police Blotter, page A-4 Please see SEWERS, page A-4 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Please see EARLY, page A-3 Please see SCHOOL, page A-4Valparaiso tackles municipal budget issues By Rich Byrd Beacon Correspondent Efforts by the Valparaiso City Commission to prepare for fiscal year 2015 continued with its third budget workshop that convened on Aug. 4. The primary focus of this workshop centered on an extensive line item review of all new capital items submitted for budget consideration by the General Fund departments. General Fund departments that submitted capital requirements included the library, police and fire departments, and parks and recreation. Each department supervisor and assigned oversight commissioner presented detailed justifications to substantiate their case warranting the inclusion of their capital requirements in the new budget. Intense debate surrounded each item as the pros and cons were addressed. Additionally, department supervisors identified budget offsets and deductions in order to garner the support of the commission. A total of $93,835 in capital items were validated and will be reviewed further in the budget process. This was a decrease from the $112,685 that was originally submitted for consideration. Specific items that were tentatively approved include the following: Library, $18,000, including part-time employee wages and benefits, $15,000; and new employee, 14 percent raise, $3,000. Police department, $42,685, including patrol vehicle, $30,125; and computer upgrade, $12,560. Fire department, $11,450, including bunker gear, $4,000; and fire hose and nozzle replacements, $7,450. Parks and recreation, $21,700, including T-pier repair, $10,000; security lighting TJ Brooks Park, $1,700; and Doolittle Park, $10,000. City Clerk Tammy Johnson indicated that there may be a $45,000 carryover from the FY14 budget. However, given some of the budget offsets and realignment of funds by department supervisors, she said she would have to revalidate with each department and would present the results to the commission as soon as the information was verified. There was no discussion on the proposed increase to the millage rate for 2015 during this budget workshop. However, further review and approval of any or all of the capital items presented could impact the millage rate increase proposal of 5.261 from the July 21 budget workshop. A secondary topic that sparked considerable discussion was the subject of applying a cost of living adjustment Please see ISSUES, page A-3 Clerk Bill Ham and Warehouse Foreman Alan Freiberg checked the serial numbers and seals on the ballot boxes and counters at Niceville City Hall on Friday for early voting. Early voting started Monday and will continue through Aug. 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day.Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders

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By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The Bay Beacon today publishes information on the candidates for two of the three Okaloosa County School Board seats at stake in the Aug. 26 election. Lamar White and incumbent Cindy Frakes are running for the District 1 seat. David E. Scholl and incumbent Melissa Thrush are running for District 5. Information on the District 3 race is scheduled for publication Aug. 20. Early voting will take place between Aug. 11 and 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at five locations in the county, including the city complex at 208 Partin Drive North in Niceville. On election day, voting will take place at each voter's assigned precinct polling place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters may also obtain absentee ballots from the Supervisor of Elections office until Aug. 20. The school board elections are nonpartisan, so all registered voters will be allowed to cast their votes in this primary, which will decide the election. Voters may see the ballot they will be given by going to the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections website govoteokaloosa.com and putting their last name, birth date and house number into the Voter Lookup tool. The Beacon asked the candidates to answer a set of questions so voters could learn about their backgrounds and their views on the issues. The answers follow. Okaloosa TIGER (Together in Government and Education Reform), a political committee affiliated with the union that represents Okaloosa County publicschool teachers, has endorsed Melissa Thrush for District 5. It did not endorse a candidate for District 1.District 1Cindy FrakesDate and place of birth: Jan. 12, 1946, Braxton County, W.Va. Occupation: School Board member, Realtor/First Vice President Employer: Okaloosa County School District, American Realty of Northwest Florida Inc. Formal Education: B.A, University of Oklahoma; M.A. University of West Florida Number of years in Okaloosa County: 38 Home address: 113 Lisa Marie Place, Shalimar Spouse and children: Bernie; Russ and Steven (plus 9 grandchildren) E-mail: cfrakes64@gmail.comLamar WhiteDate and place of birth: July 24, 1953, Ozark, Ala. Occupation: Retired (2012) Okaloosa County School Principal Employer: Previous employer Okaloosa School District 1977-2012 Formal Education: Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Florida State University; M.A., History, University of West Florida; B.A., Political Science, University of West Florida Number of years in Okaloosa County: 53 years Home address: 88 Meigs Drive, Shalimar Spouse and children: Connie; Ben E-mail: lamarwhite@cox.net Background in public service as elected or appointed official Frakes: School Board, 16 years; West Florida Regional Planning Council (appointed by Governor Bush), 2000-present; ORAC (Okaloosa RESTORE Advisory Committee), presently serving; Okaloosa Value Adjustment Board, presently serving White: Okaloosa principal/administrator at four schools (Ocean City Elementary, Plew Elementary, Ruckel Middle School and Meigs Middle School) from 19862012. Okaloosa master teacher and coach from 1977-1986. Chief accomplishments Frakes: The work Ive done that has the most impact on lifelong student outcomes is imbedding career technical classes into our curriculum and emphasizing STEMM across all grade levels. White: As a principal, I earned 13 consecutive Florida A school grades at four different schools. No budget deficits. Florida Master Teacher. Outstanding Professor. Mentor Principal. Why are you running for office? Frakes: To solidify our CHOICE Academies (Career Technical Education) and ensure more students have an opportunity to pursue career ready and nationally recognized certifications. I also want to ensure our STEMM curriculum is rock solid and available at all levels. This is important to the economy of our region and nation. White: I am seeking election to the school board because my unique experiences as an Okaloosa principal, teacher, and coach are sorely needed on the school board. I possess the unmatched qualifications and insights into our schools that are critically needed to get our schools headed back in the right direction. In what significant ways do you differ from your opponent? Frakes: I bring a strong, commonsense business background to the office. School boards were created, in the early 1700s, as a citizen panel, the communitys input into their schools. Not educators, but parents and community leaders. That purpose continues today. I have 16 years experience on the School Board, as a tough decision maker and watchdog of a $400,000,000 budget, largest in the county. Our millage is 1.2 mills lower than when I took office. I have a proven record of getting things done that benefit our students, of building partnerships and cooperation. I am approachable and an effective communicator. White: This election is about education. My 16-year incumbent realtor opponent does not possess my academic preparation, my qualifications, my experiences in education, or my recognized fiscal conservatism. Unlike my opponent, I have hands-on knowledge of every aspect of educational operations. I have been responsible at every level: elementary, middle, high, district office and university. I am better prepared to serve. I have real qualifications, and I do not claim credit for the work of others. I am recommended for election to District 1 by the Emerald Coast Association of Realtors as Best Qualified. I will be a fulltime board member. What are the top three issues facing the office, and how would you address them? Frakes: We will continue our academic turn around. We still have some weak spots, which we are addressing, but overall, our progress is going in the right direction. We are 6th in Florida, in all subject areas and all grade levels. We are adding more resources to the classrooms, in the form of math, science and reading teachers. Maintenance of our schools continues to be an area of struggle. Most are over 40 years old; some 50 and 60 years old. We will consider an energy savings plan that should save 15 percent on energy costs; this savings could be put into maintenance needs. Other districts have opened their own employee health clinThe voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992Page A-2 Wednesday, August 13, 2014 THEBAYBEACON SEARCHINGFOR A BETTER RATE? Certificate of Deposit1.01%12 Month TermAPY**Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective July 30, 2014 thru August 29, 2014. Minimum deposit of $500 is required. There is a penalty for early withdrawal. CCB reserves the right to rescind this offer at any time without notice.NICEVILLE (850) 279-3886 CRESTVIEW (850) 682-0484 Four school board candidates on background and issues Please see BACKGROUND, page A-5 Kids will be kids. 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between three candidates: Yinka Abosede Adeshina, Elizabeth Cuevas-Neunder and incumbent Rick Scott. On the Democratic side, primary voters will choose between former Gov. Charlie Crist and former Senate Leader Nan H. Rich to be the party's candidate for governor. They will also choose the Democratic candidate for state attorney general in a race between George Sheldon and Perry E. Thurston. For the rest of the primary ballot, voters of any political affiliation will cast ballots since all candidates are from the same party or are nonpartisan. In other words, for all county-level races in Okaloosa County, the primary will decide the election. Although there are two county commission seats open this year, the District 2 seat will not appear on the ballot because Republican Carolyn Ketchel won unopposed after incumbent Dave Parisot withdrew. Incumbent Don Amunds, who has served since 2004 in the county commission District 4 position, has two opponents: Trey Goodwin and Henry Kelley. All are Republicans. Three candidates stepped up to run for Okaloosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller after incumbent Don W. Howard announced his retirement in midterm. They are: Charles Baugh Jr., J.D. Peacock and Dan Spence. All are Republicans. Michelle Inere and Jennie Kinsey are running for Circuit Judge, 1st Judicial Circuit, Group 22, which covers Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. The other nine 1st District Circuit judgeships are unopposed, with the incumbents all running. Judicial elections are nonpartisan. There are three Okaloosa County School Board races this year, in districts 1, 3 and 5, in nonpartisan balloting. School Board District 1 incumbent Cindy Frakes faces Lamar White. In District 3 of the school board, incumbent Rodney Walker will face two opponents: C.W. Soldier Hyden and Joseph Slusser. If no one candidate gets a majority in this race, then there will be a runoff on Nov. 4. School board District 5 incumbent Melissa Thrush faces David E. Scholl in the primary. A countywide referendum to allow the Okaloosa Board of County Commissioners to grant temporary property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses that create new, full-time jobs will also be on the ballot. Voters in Valparaiso will also consider changes to their city charter in a referendum that would take some authority from elected city commissioners and give it to a hired city administrator. EARLYFrom page A-1 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Low rates are just around the corner. Convenient local office Money-saving discounts Low down payments Monthly payment plans 24-hour service and claims Coverage available by phone Some discounts, coverages, payment plans and features are not available in all states or all GEICO companies. Motorcycle coverage is underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company. 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Please, call us at 850-897-7797 or email deaconjimm@gmail.com if you have questions, want more information, or need directions to the hall. CHRIST OUR REDEEMER CATHOLIC CHURCH Welcomes you to the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). If your faith in God and the intimate prayer you share with Him has been calling you to explore the Catholic Church, join us on Monday evenings. Mike TarbuckJeweler ~ Owner Diamond Worksinc. Open: Tue Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-3pm 850-244-5252 | www.DiamondWorksJewelry.com 323 Page Bacon Rd., Mary Esther (Park Place Plaza)NEED YOUR APPRAISAL UPDATED? Bill Kirsh formally with Vandegriff Jewelers Has joined our staff. Road closureNathey Avenue, Niceville, will be closed between Highway 85 North and Niceville Avenue for the installation of utilities Aug. 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to the city public works department. (COLA) versus a merit (step) increase for employees for 2015. For the past three years, a COLA was approved by the commission (FY12 = 2%, FY13 = 2% and FY14 = 1%). The last merit increase was during FY11. Johnson indicated that "continued application of COLAs could have implications on retaining its skilled employees." As an example, she stated that at present a new hire would be basically paid the same rate as an employee that has been on staff for 3 years. Police Chief Joseph Hart cited several examples where an officer left the Valparaiso Police Department and started as a Step 1 deputy sheriff for Okaloosa County and got an immediate $5,000 pay increase. An in-depth discussion on the use of merit increases ensued. Mayor Bruce Arnold said that "use of merit increases was used in the past, but was unsuccessful because supervisors were unable to make the difficult decisions and all employees would be approved for the merit increase." No action was taken on this subject, but the commission agreed this was an item worthy of further assessment. Arnold asked each commissioner to review this issue with their various departments and be prepared to discuss at the next meeting. The next budget meeting will be held on Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. Budget hearings to finalize the budget will be held on Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. and Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Valparaiso Commission Chambers. ISSUESFrom page A-1 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, August 13, 2014 Page A-3 Beacon photo by Rich ByrdValparaiso Librarian, David Weatherford, provides details justifying his capital requirements to commissioners. Fire at Bluewater Car Wash LET PENFED HELP YOU PLAN YOUR ESCAPE WHILE THE RATE IS LOW! 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North Bay Fire Department Operations Chief Butch Parker estimated the damage to the Washaroo Express to be $140,000. The car wash is in a separate building to the left of the convenience store and the fire did not spread to the store. The fire occurred at 10:42 a.m. on Sunday and North bay Fire Department was onsite by 10:46 a.m. Parker said the fire was in the automated Please see FIRE, page A-4 Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersThe car wash mechanism at the Pantry's Kangaroo Express on the corner of Bluewater and John Sims Parkway in Bluewater caught fire Sunday. Fire fighters were able to put out the blaze in minutes but could not isolate the electricity to the building until Monday with the help of electric provider Chelco Inc.

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and 'teaching to the test.' Lewis School Principal Mike Fantaski said he's still waiting to hear what the writing section will be like. "They haven't given everything out," Fantaski said. But he's sure the district will be setting up professional development for teachers to help them prepare. Fantaski is enthusiastic about his new band director, Michael Wilson, a graduate of Niceville High School. "He's very energetic," he said. About a third of the school's 300 middle school students are in the band. Niceville High School Principal Jeff Palmer started at the school in March, so this will be his first full year as principal. He's joined by two new assistant principals Ryan Gore and Jason McClelland and 13 new teachers. Palmer said: "I'm just excited to be here. Niceville's a great place. The school's a great place but the community's a great place, too." Although Gore has been a teacher and administrator, he had been working at the district level when he decided it was time to return to a school. "I was looking forward to getting back to interaction with students and teachers," he said. Rocky Bayou Christian School is making quite a few changes this year. The school is adding more dual-enrollment courses which it provides with RBCS teachers qualified to teach college classes. The classes are through Palm Beach Atlantic University and Colorado Christian University. The school is also working on adding Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) classes in the second semester that could allow RBCS students to get certification in aeronautical engineering. RBCS is also adding a Gold Seal vocational scholars track in information technology, which is part of the Bright Futures scholarship program through the state. Since the required ACT scores have increased for Bright Futures, RBCS Superintendent Michael Mosley said this program will make Bright Futures available to some kids who probably wouldn't meet the new requirements. Superintendent Michael Mosley said, "One of our goals is for our kids when they graduate to have as many doors open as possible." Adding college enrollement courses and a vocational track for students are two ways to do that. Bluewater Elementary School Principal Connie Hall said last year she had to add a new fifth grade class due to late enrollments. She said that's the hardest part of the new year because she doesn't want to have to shuffle kids into new classrooms. "We try to use coteachers if you have greater than 18 kids in a classroom so you don't have to move the students," she said. Florida law prohibits teacher workloads greater than 18 students per class in kindergarten through grade 3, 22 students in grades 4-8, and 25 students in grades 9-12 in core subject areas for the upper grades. Hall said the school may need to use coteachers in several classes because they are over the limits already. Hall said she enjoys that first day back to school when she visits all the classrooms and sees the enthusiasm of the kids. ArrestsOn July 27, Johnny Howard Lee, 48, of Boundary Line Road, Choctaw Beach, was booked into the Walton County Jail for a municipal ordinance violation. He was released on July 31. * On July 30, Tammy Ann Stroppel, 46, of 304 Reeves St., C12, Niceville, was booked into the Walton County Jail for a felony probation violation. * On July 29, Niceville police arrested John Travis Hart, 41, of 6103 Magnolia Ave., Crestview, for one count of providing a false name to law enforcement. When encountered by a police officer on John Sims Parkway, Hart gave another name when asked. The officer knew this was a false name as the officer has known Hart for over 15 years. Harts true name and date of birth were checked and revealed an active warrant for a parole violation. Hart stated that he had knowledge of the possible violation, and this was the reason he attempted to conceal his identity. * On Aug. 3, Matthew Aaron Warner, 34, of 1623 26th St., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County Jail for possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, and for possession and/or use of drug equipment. * On July 29, Niceville police arrested Cassaundra C. Rasmussen, 49, unemployed, of 226 Southview Dr., Crestview, for one count of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. An officer conducted a traffic stop of Rasmussens vehicle, and upon checking her drivers license learned that Rasmussen had an active warrant. It was determined that her vehicle would have to be towed. During the vehicle inventory prior to towing, police found one 10 mg diazepam tablet. Rasmussen said, That Valium you just found is mine, and I have a prescription. She was unable to produce a prescription. * On July 31, Valparaiso police arrested Benjamin Edward Bailey, 23, unemployed, of Valparaiso, for one count each of burglary to an unoccupied structure and resisting arrest without violence. On July 30, a victim reported to police that sometime during July 29 or July 30, someone had forcefully entered his storage shed and stolen a red, silver, and black bicycle valued at approximately $300. On July 31, an officer found Bailey riding a bicycle matching the description of the one reported stolen. Bailey admitted post Miranda that he entered the victims shed and removed the bicycle, which he claimed belonged to him. Bailey was subsequently detained for further investigation and transported to the Valparaiso police station. Bailey fled the police station on foot. He was subsequently located at his mothers residence, where he was taken back into custody.OtherOn July 23, an Okaloosa County deputy sheriff was servicing his vehicle at the Kangaroo Express on East Highway 20 when he was approached by the store manager, who said she had found a counterfeit $20 bill in the safe drop on July 22. The case remains under investigation. * On July 29, Niceville police responded to the Taco Bell on John Sims Parkway, where a juvenile customer had thrown a soda filled with hot sauce in the face of an employee. The employee did not pursue charges, but the juvenile was advised that she is no longer allowed at Taco Bell and can be arrested for trespassing if she goes back. * On July 29, Niceville police responded to the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on John Sims Parkway regarding a report of some stolen tools. * On July 29, Valparaiso police received a call from a man who said that a female friend had been calling him, leaving harassing messages and threatening to kill him. The man did not want to file charges, and police advised him of the injunction process to try and prevent further calls. * On July 29, a Valparaiso police officer performing a security check of the STEMM Academy, 379 Edge Ave., found the door to the flight lab unsecured. A check of the building indicated that nothing appeared to have been disturbed inside. * On July 30, Valparaiso police received a call from a man who said that while driving along John Sims Parkway, he had seen a car driving ahead of him, and as the vehicle passed a group of Department of Corrections inmates who were working in the median, the caller saw what appeared to be an object thrown from the window toward the workers. Police contacted the corrections officer supervising the inmate work crew, and the officer reported that such events are frequent. The corrections officer said he would check the inmates from that location to determine if any contraband had been passed on to them by anyone. * On July 31, Niceville police responded to an address on Crestview Avenue regarding a report that an all-terrain vehicle had been taken during the previous night and that all four tires on the complainants vehicle were flat. * On Aug. 1, an Okaloosa deputy sheriff responded to A-1 Towing on North Partin Drive in Niceville in regard to a recovered stolen Florida license tag. The owner of A-1 Towing had conducted a private party tow from the parking lot in front of Lennys Sub Shop in Bluewater Bay at the request of the shopping plaza owner. He reported the tow to the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office, which informed him that neither of two Florida license plates mounted to the car were assigned to that vehicle and one of the tags was reported as stolen in DeFuniak Springs. * On Aug. 2, an Okaloosa deputy sheriff responded to a home on 15th Street in Niceville in response to a call regarding a burglary to an unoccupied residence that had already occurred. * On Aug. 3, Valparaiso police were informed by the Okaloosa Sheriffs Office that an accidental 911 call came from an address on Hickory Lane. Valparaiso officers contacted the occupant of that address, who said she had misdialed her phone while trying to call 511. 511 is the Florida Department of Transportation traveler information advisory number. 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 pump that moves sewage along the line toward a treatment plant, is at White Point Road near the North Bay Fire District firehouse. It will be enlarged to handle the added flow. Okaloosa Water and Sewer Director Jeff Littrell said, "We're going to go ahead and upsize the lift station and then lay a sewer line down to their neighborhood. Then we will convert as many houses as we can until we run out of money." Littrell said the county will ask the state for more money for the project next year, and would also seek money from other sources. Michael Fell, chairman of the Lake Pippin Municipal Services Benefit Unit, estimates it will take three to four years to complete the project. Littrell said it shouldn't take that long. Fell said, "Everybody's happy to get on sewer," despite the prospect of hookup costs of as much as $3,200 per household that would be paid by each customer. Sewer service will be mandatory once the system is completed. Littrell said his department will have a town hall meeting for Lake Pippin residents when it has a schedule and other information for them about potential costs. Littrell said he wants to have the state appropriation pay for as much of the work as possible. "We are trying to make this as painless for the homeowners as possible," he said. "In the past when doing this type of project, the homeowners were subject to certain costs such as capacity expansion charges, abandonment of septic tank and running new service lines." While he wants to cover as many expenses as possible, he says there will be a one-time cost to the homeowner, in addition to monthly charges based on usage. The one-time "tap on" costs have not be finalized, but were once estimated at $3,200. Littrell said it's hard to say if that estimate will hold true since he's not sure if the county will be putting in a gravity sewer, which was what the original project was designed for, or a low-pressure sewer, which has shallower, smaller pipes, better for an area with such a high water table. The low-pressure sewer has advantages in cost and time savings since it would not be laid as deep, but it would require a small pump station at each residence. Littrell said two to three regular pump stations will have to be built in any case. About 120 septic tanks will be replaced by the system. Gary Brown president of the south side Lake Pippin Property Owners Association, said he has not been happy with his septic system. "I will be thrilled to get away from it," he said. "I always wanted to live in a neighborhood with a sewer system." Littrell said the project will improve water quality on the lake and bay. Fell said he and his family swim, ski and fish in Lake Pippin, and that charter boats also fish on the lake. Littrell thinks all will benefit from the project. "When we do projects like this, we try to make a win-win situation. I think this will be a win-win-win-win, good for homeowners, for the county, for the lake and for Choctawhatchee Bay." Fire Department ReportsThe Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls from August 4, 2014 through August 10, 2014. 3 Structure Fire35 Emergency Medical Calls 0 Vehicle Fire3 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire0 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn1 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms0 Hazardous Conditions STREET SITUATION DATE TIME Dartmouth Way..............................Medical.........................8/04/14....................02:30 E. John Sims Pkwy........................Service call..................8/04/14....................09:33 Judith Ave.......................................Medical.........................8/04/14....................10:53 Als Drive.........................................Medical.........................8/04/14....................11:20 Reeves St.......................................Structure fire................8/04/14....................17:40 E. John Sims Pkwy........................Medical.........................8/04/14....................19:25 2 nd Street.......................................Medical.........................8/04/14....................21:32 22 nd Street.....................................Medical.........................8/05/14....................13:19 23 rd Street......................................Medical.........................8/05/14....................16:23 Hickory Ave....................................Structure fire................8/05/14....................22:05 23 rd Street......................................Medical.........................8/06/14....................01:15 Nathey Ave.....................................Medical.........................8/06/14....................03:46 N. Partin Dr.....................................Medical.........................8/06/14....................13:36 W. John Sims Pkwy.......................Medical.........................8/06/14....................16:59 Turkey Creek Bridge......................Medical.........................8/06/14....................19:41 N. Palm Blvd..................................Medical.........................8/07/14....................10:22 Crestview Ave................................Medical.........................8/07/14....................14:56 W. John Sims Pkwy.......................Medical.........................8/07/14....................17:12 E. John Sims Pkwy........................Vehicle crash...............8/07/14....................18:06 Campbell Rd/Palm Blvd................Medical.........................8/07/14....................19:11 Nathey Ave.....................................Medical.........................8/07/14....................23:24 Powell Dr........................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................01:06 Lincolnshire Dr...............................Medical.........................8/08/14....................03:39 N. Partin Dr.....................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................05:47 N. Partin Dr.....................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................09:11 College Blvd...................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................12:26 23 rd Street......................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................13:02 Crestview Ave................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................13:40 23 rd Street......................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................15:55 Biscayne Ln....................................Medical.........................8/08/14....................17:51 Bullock Blvd....................................Vehicle crash...............8/09/14....................09:30 College Blvd/SR85N......................Vehicle crash...............8/09/14....................10:39 E. College Blvd..............................Medical.........................8/09/14....................14:03 23 rd Street......................................Medical.........................8/09/14....................20:20 Canal Dr.........................................Medical.........................8/09/14....................20:24 N. Partin Dr.....................................Medical.........................8/09/14....................20:40 E. John Sims Pkwy........................Medical.........................8/09/14....................23:01 W. John Sims Pkwy.......................Medical.........................8/09/14....................23:08 Lanman Rd....................................Medical.........................8/10/14....................00:08 Lanman Rd....................................Medical.........................8/10/14....................00:30 E. SR20/BWB................................Structure fire................8/10/14....................10:40 N. Partin Dr.....................................Medical.........................8/10/14....................23:56 Weekly Safety Tip: The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that you replace your home fire extinquisher every 12 years and replace your smoke alarms every 10 years. The Niceville Fire Department has a Facebook page, check it out! Niceville North BayThe North Bay Fire Department responded to the following calls from August 4, 2014 through August 10, 2014. Street Situation Date Time S. Dominica Cir.............................Medical assist........................8/4/14..............00:59 Providence Way............................Medical...................................8/4/14..............01:38 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/4/14..............08:14 Hwy. 20..........................................Vehicle accident....................8/5/14..............10:47 Evans Rd.......................................Detector activation.................8/5/14..............15:41 St. John Cv....................................Medical...................................8/5/14..............18:33 Summit Ct.....................................Dispatched & cancelled........8/5/14..............21:09 Hickory Ct......................................Fuel burner............................8/5/14..............22:07 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/6/14..............11:38 Knollwood Rd................................Dispatched & cancelled........8/6/14..............12:06 Olde Post Rd.................................Medical...................................8/7/14..............08:09 Birkdale Cir....................................Medical...................................8/7/14..............10:52 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/7/14..............18:34 White Point Rd..............................Police matter..........................8/7/14..............22:22 Cat Mar Rd....................................Dispatched & cancelled........8/8/14..............01:32 Samana Way................................Medical...................................8/8/14..............07:11 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/8/14..............08:30 Hwy. 20 E......................................Medical...................................8/8/14..............13:37 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/8/14..............15:13 E. Hwy. 20.....................................Alarm system activation........8/8/14..............18:04 Ida Coon Cir..................................Medical...................................8/8/14..............18:47 St. Martin Cv..................................Dispatched & cancelled........8/9/14..............07:57 N. White Point Rd.........................Medical...................................8/9/14..............09:18 Meadow Woods Ln.......................Medical...................................8/9/14..............09:49 E. Bermuda Cir.............................Medical...................................8/9/14..............13:04 Sailboat Dr.....................................Alarm system activation........8/9/14..............16:41 E. Hwy. 20.....................................Medical...................................8/9/14..............16:46 E. Rosewood Way........................Dispatched & cancelled........8/10/14............07:36 Hwy. 20..........................................Building fire............................8/10/14............10:42 Emerald Coast Pkwy....................Dispatched & cancelled........8/10/14............15:45 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. SCHOOLFrom page A-1 This information is from reports by the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. A reward is offered by Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers, 863-8477, or 1-888-654-8477. Information can also be provided anonymously by texting TIP214 plus the message to CRIMES (274637)Okaloosa seeks fugitivesThis information is from reports by the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. Wanted as of: 04/26/2011 Non-Payment of Child Support Name:Roderick Lenoris Wade Sex:Male Race:Black DOB:09/01/1978 Height:6ft 5in Weight:235 lbs Hair:Black Eyes:Brown Wanted as of: 06/20/2014 VOP-Possession of Narcotics Name:Demarcus Antwaun Taylor Sex:Male Race:Black DOB:09/25/1985 Height:5ft 7in Weight:190 lbs Hair:Black Eyes:Brown THEBAYBEACONPage A-4 Wednesday, August 13, 2014 SEWERSFrom page A-1 machine that washed the vehicles and that heat from the fire melted the roof of the building. Parker said that it was electrical issues that possibly started the fire. He returned to the car wash on Monday with electricity provider Chelco Inc to turn off electricity to the car wash. There were no vehicles or people in the car wash at the time of the fire. One emergency worker on scene got an electrical shock while trying to turn off the utilities but did not seek treatment. Parker said the fire was under control in seven to eight minutes but the fire department had difficulty isolating the power to the building so it was on the scene for an hour. The Pantry Inc., which owns the Bluewater Kangaroo Express as well as more than 1,500 locations in 13 states in the Southeastern United States according to its website, declined to return calls regarding the property. Fire stations that helped with the blaze include North Bay Fire Control District, East Niceville Fire District and Niceville Fire Department. Destin Fire Department assisted by covering the North Bay Fire station in the event of other fires. FIREFrom page A-3

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, August 13, 2014 Page A-5 Mid-Bay Plaza | Bluewater Bay | 897-4466 729-2131 Auto Business Home Life FloodHOMEOWNERS INSURANCEGone through the roof or non-renewed? Give us a call, we can help! www.nicevilleinsurance.com ic, creating a substantial savings on insurance costs to the district. Ive begun investigating the feasibility of this for our district. Escambia County opened theirs last year and report much higher than expected usage by employees and dependents. White: Okaloosa schools have great students, parents, teachers and citizen supporters. The number one issue academic decline. Honest accountings of student achievement will reveal that our students are not achieving at previous levels. There are multiple measures that demonstrate this fact and confirming media reports. The second issue reduced instructional time. Local school board mandates like early release/late start and locally mandated testing (neither required by law) have reduced learning time. Increased teacher paperwork and data collection burdens have also reduced instructional time. The third issue growth in the number of administrative positions and non-teaching positions and antiquated facilities. I would move to reverse the practice of early release/late start and other local mandates that have reduced instructional time. I would move to reduce teacher paperwork and data collection burdens. We must cautiously control our expenditures for non-teaching positions. We must look to alternative sources of revenue other than property taxes. I s it too difficult to fire teachers who aren t performing? Frakes: All new hires since 2011 are on annual contracts. Teachers rated as "needs improvement" will be placed on an improvement plan, with resources to help them. If that fails, they will no longer have a position. With our new accountability measures in place, it will no longer be difficult. White: No. Florida has a new performance-based teacher evaluation system. Floridas old teacher tenure laws have long passed. Effective administrators have the tools to measure effective and ineffective teacher performance. I will say that some of the requirements of Okaloosas new teacher evaluation system are burdensome and cumbersome for our teachers.District 5David E. SchollDate and place of birth: Mar. 23, 1959, Honolulu, Hawaii Occupation: USAF Retired, Pilot Employer: Delta Formal Education: B.S. Mechanical Engineering, U.S. Air Force Academy; U.S. Air Force Squadron Officers School; U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College; U.S. Air Force Air War College; U.S. Air Force Under-graduate Pilot Training; U.S. Air Force Advanced Fighter Training (F15); M.S. Human Factors in Aviation, Embry Riddle Number of years in Okaloosa County: 27 Home address: 1318 Bluelake Cove, Niceville Spouse and children: Shelley; Brooke, Samuel and William E-mail: dave@electscholl.comMelissa Marie ThrushDate and place of birth: Mar. 5, 1968 Chapel Hill, N.C. Occupation: School Board Member, District 5 Employer: Okaloosa County School District Formal Education: 1986 Graduate Choctawhatchee High School; B.S. Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University; Masters of Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering, North Carolina State University Number of years in Okaloosa County: 23 Home address: 50 Lanman Road, Niceville Spouse and children: Dr. Christopher Scott Reid; Hannah, 8th grade, Emily, 6th grade, Marie, 4th grade, and Richard, kindergarten E-mail: melissathrush@gmail.com Background in public service as elected or appointed official Scholl: Served as North Bay Fire Commissioner; Republican Precinct Committeeman Thrush: I have served the citizens of Okaloosa County as the District 5 School Board Member from November 2010 to present. Chief Accomplishments Scholl: Recognized as the nations top recruiter for the Air Force Academy in 2004; keeping services up and taxes down as a North Bay Fire Commissioner Thrush : I have served with integrity to ensure that each decision I make is best for our students and is the best use of our limited resources. Why are you running for office? Scholl: I believe I best represent the conservative values of our community. The beauty of representative government allows us the opportunity to replace our elected officials when we feel they no longer represent us. This is our duty as Americans, and this is why I entered the race for School Board. Thrush: My desire to serve on the school board is sincere. I am encouraged and inspired by the dedication and passion of our teachers, staff and administration to fulfill our mission to provide a safe educational learning environment for our students. I am a mother of four children in public schools. In what significant ways do you differ from your opponent(s)? Scholl: My top priority is school safety. I solidly support School Resource Officers. My opponent originally opposed and voted against SROs. I strongly support our STEMM Academy. STEMM is the bridge that helps our students prepare for future jobs in science, engineering and medicine. My opponent opposed and voted against the Okaloosa STEMM Academy. I believe public school parental choice (waivers and dual-enrollment zones) is good for parents, students and improving our schools. My opponent sought to eliminate public school parental choice in the Niceville area. Eliminating public school parental choice is the government thinking it knows whats best for us. Thrush: Raised and educated in Okaloosa County; AFROTC 4-year scholarship to NCSU, Raleigh, N.C.; B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Masters of Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering; full time school board member who has never missed a school board meeting and attends school events throughout Okaloosa County; regularly attends student advisory council meetings at District 5 schools and volunteers in classrooms; accessible to constituents to listen and address concerns; makes decisions based on information gathered and thoughtful research; realizes that we must make decisions that affect people with our limited resources; does not make false promises to constituents; supports STEMM programs for all students. What are the top three issues facing the office, and how would you address them? Scholl: Academic Standards. I support a tough and challenging academic curriculum, expanding studies in math, science, engineering and technology, and exercising local control of our classrooms. I oppose Common Core. Parents and teachers working together here in Okaloosa County can best determine a challenging curriculum for our students, not a distant bureaucrat. Controlling Costs. I am a fiscal conservative who opposes higher taxes. As a member of the North Bay Fire Commission, I acted to end wasteful spending of our precious tax dollars and held the line on tax increases. As BACKGROUNDFrom page A-2 Please see BOARD, page A-6 Place a book order with us by 10:00 a.m... receive your book the next day!(some exceptions may apply) DAYSERVICE 1 NEW! 850-678-1593 | www.bayoubookcompany.comOak Creek Shopping Center, Niceville | Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Since 1986 GULFCOASTDENTALSteven G. Robinette, DDS (850) 897-9600 4566 Hwy 20 East Ste 108 Niceville, FL 32578 www.gulfcoastdental.comLike uson FACEBOOK THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike Griffith Oh yes, definitely. Maryanne Provaznik, 57, Niceville, photographer I m too busy to vote. I ve got a lot of stuff going on right now. 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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-6 Wednesday, August 13, 2014 a member of the school board, I will turn to cutting administrative overhead and putting the savings into our classrooms. Involving Parents. The more parental involvement the better. Parents know what is in the best interests of their children. I will encourage and listen to parents, not shut them out. I also strongly support public school parental choice (waivers). Thrush: Continued academic learning gains for students. Achieved through the collaboration of our school board, administration, teachers, staff and community partners to create a curriculum that engages our students and provides them an opportunity to be active and productive members of society. Aging facilities and transportation infrastructure. Will continue efforts to effectively budget our capital expenditures on prioritized capital needs. Consistently advocate for the removal of capital discretionary funds for individual board members. Support school administrators consideration of attendance waivers for all eligible students to attend a school of their choice. It is not fiscally responsible to offer multiple transportation options to a small subset of students living in one area of the county. Our budgeted revenue for student transportation (~$6M) is about half of our budgeted appropriations (~$12M). Technology access for our students and staff. Allocate funding for hands-on equipment and devices for use in the classroom, professional development, STEMM programs and CHOICE programs. Is it too difficult to fire teachers who arent performing? Scholl: We are fortunate in Okaloosa County to be blessed with honest and hard working teachers, but like any large organization, occasionally there is a need to release an individual when they fail to meet the needs of our students. Our current method of employment suits our needs. Thrush: No. We have a teacher evaluation committee that has created a teacher evaluation instrument that is objective and fair. As long as the Administrative Supervisor is following procedures, school board policies, and correctly documents the teachers performance a teacher can be terminated. BOARDFrom page A-5 You can provide comprehensive health care for yourself and your family by forming a partnership with a doctor who treats the whole patient, not just specific illnesses or symptoms. Such a doctor is Julie Staats, D.O. Dr. Staats is a former U.S. Air Force physician, board certified and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, with more than 30 years experience caring for military personnel and their families. The letters D.O. after her name, rather than M.D., stand for Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, meaning that Doctor Staats earned her medical degree through training that emphasizes treating the whole patient, mind and body, paying special attention to the overall structure and function of the human body. In addition to conventional medical training, said Dr. Staats, Osteopaths receive additional training on anatomical assessment and manual medical therapy, similar to our more well known Chiropractic colleagues. The whole person approach behind Osteopathic medicine, she explained, begins by really getting to know each patient. Our first appointment will probably be about an hour long, she said. Ill want you to tell me the story of your life, to help me gain a full medical and psychosocial history of you. Well discuss your family history in detail and Ill also conduct a complete physical exam. 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