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The Bay beacon
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Beacon
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Wed., 8:30-11:30 a.m. The AARP Drivers Safety Course will be in the Niceville Community Center classroom. Cost is $15 per person for AARP members or $20 for nonmembers. Space is limited. 279-4863, ext. 1504. Thurs., 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Give blood at Twin Cities Hospital, Niceville. All donors will receive a beach towel. Fri., 5-10 p.m. Star Gazing by the Shore at Henderson Beach State Park Park closes at sunset, please arrive prior. Program included in park admission fee. 837-7550. Mon., 6 p.m. The NicevilleValparaiso Tea Party will meet at Niceville City Hall. All candidates on the Okaloosa County Aug. 26 Primary Ballot are invited to speak. By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The referendum which will be on the ballot Aug. 26 concerning amendments to the city of Valparaiso's charter giving more power to the city administrator caused dispute between Mayor Bruce Arnold and Valparaiso City Commissioners at their meeting Aug. 11. Arnold asked that a newsletter containing an explanation that he and City Manager Carl Scott had written of the proposed changes be approved to send to the citizens of Valparaiso. Arnold found opposition from three of the four commissioners as well as two citizens. Commissioner Heyward Strong responded by saying, "I don't agree with the write-up." He later said that the newsletter piece was "misleading." Commissioner Joe Morgan said, "It has a lot of generalities which in fact are false." He went on to say, "A taxpayer-funded article that shows only one side of the discussion is wrong." Commissioner Tom Browning said that some commissioners and even citizens had issues with the newsletter. Commissioner Kay Hamilton supported the article, saying it was needed for citizens to get a "clear understanding" of the proposed changes to the city charter. Brandon Wilson, a citizen from the audience who suggested redoing the article addressed the commission and said, "If we don't understand what was changed--the facts--we're not going to make a good decision." Terry Griffin, another citizen, said that Valparaiso has the proposed changes to the charter laid out on its city website in the Announcement section. He said that the newsletter was "very skewed and should not be published." The commissioners voted on whether to approve the article with Hamilton and Arnold voting for it and Browning, Strong and Morgan voting against. Following the vote, Heyward Strong said the commission should remove the referendum from the ballot. City Attorney Hayward Dykes said what the commissioners would do is make it non binding. Morgan asked for a roll call in favor of doing so, which is not an official vote but a verbal statement of support or lack of support. Arnold said that an ordinance must have three hearings implying that there was not enough time before the Aug. 26 primary to make the change. Morgan said they could amend a motion to take it off the ballot, contingent on what could be done legally. Hamilton responded by saying, "I think it's disgusting you're taking it out of the hands of the voters." Arnold said he would not take a roll call vote because he did not think it was "proper." In a later interview, the mayor said, "The referendum was put on the ballot with public hearings and the passage of an ordinance. I feel if any other commissioner wants to stop that, they would have to go through that process legally. When you pass an ordinance, it stays on the books and that's serious business." Arnold drafted the original basis of the ordinance and then there were workshops that were open to the public and attended by the commissioners to go through his recommendations. Arnold added, "I'm not saying there were not objections. There were a lot of things set to vote By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Voters will decide whether to continue tax credits to some new and expanding businesses in Okaloosa County in the Aug. 26 election. A measure giving the county commission the power to give property-tax exemptions for up to 10 years to businesses that create new jobs is up for renewal by referendum. The economic development ad valorem tax exemption was first approved in 1981, renewed in 1992, and then rejected in September 2002. In March 2004 it was approved again. Each time the measure had a 10-year "sunset" provision. Now the question of renewal is on the ballot again. The exemption is an incentive program that has been very successful, according to Nathan Sparks, Okaloosa County Economic Development Council executive director. Over the last 10 years, seven companies have applied for the exemption, of which four ended up participating in it, according to Sparks. From those four companies, 402 jobs have been created and $34,595,612 invested in business in the county By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The attempt to ease alcohol laws in Niceville to promote business development in the city was quashed Aug. 12. It was standing room only at the city council meeting regarding the proposed ordinance. At least 17 people spoke against the ordinance, with only five speaking in favor of it. The vote was 3 to 2 with council members Dan Henkel, Bill Schaetzle and Heath Rominger voting against the ordinance and Judith Boudreaux and Sal Nodjomian voting for it. People from both sides presented their views on the use of alcohol in the city. Current code does not allow alcohol to be served or sold until 1 p.m. on Sunday and businesses selling alcohol for on premise consumption must be more than 500 feet from schools or churches. Ruckel Properties Inc. President and CEO Steve Ruckel brought the ordinance before the council at its July meeting. Ruckel asked that the distance requirement be exempted for places serving full meals and that alcohol be allowed for sale at 9 a.m. on Sundays for restaurants, which was amended to 11 a.m. by the Council. One of the properties Ruckel has mentioned developing for a restaurant is land in front of Plew Elementary School and near Rosemont Baptist Church and Niceville Christian Church. Plew Elementary School principal Carolyn McAllister spoke at the Aug. 12 meeting about her objection to the proposed change 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 20, 2014info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 12 Pages, 2 Sections, 7 Inserts COMINGUP Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersStudents stream into Lewis School from their buses and head for class on the first day of school Monday. Teachers and other staff welcomed the 605 students who were expected that day. Countywide, 30,880 K-12 students have enrolled this year.School bells ringAlcohol easing stopped by community outcryOkaloosa seeks OK to renew tax breaks North Okaloosa Medical Center was one of four companies in the past 10 years to obtain an Okaloosa County tax exemption for an expansion that created jobs.Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders Police Blotter, page A-6 Please see BREAKS, page A-2 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Please see CITY, page A-3 Please see ALCOHOL, page A-5 Hattie's Grove approved despite opposition By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer A 23-house proposed subdivision on county land near the end of Bullock Boulevard in Niceville was approved for development by the Okaloosa County Planning Commission in a 3-0 vote Thursday despite the protests of several nearby residents. The subdivision, which will be known as Hattie's Grove, will contain single family houses by builder Randy Wise on land developed by Stephen Rose of Okaloosa Walton Development Company. Planning Commissioners Larry Patrick, Bruce Ravan and Robert Cadenhead voted for the development order. Felix Beukenkamp, who is the commissioner for the area in question, was not in attendance. The Okaloosa County Planning Commission conducted a public hearing Thursday after receiving five petitions requesting it and five Memorandums of Error from citizens living near the property. Two of the citizens who wrote MOEs were allowed to present at the meeting Thursday evening and one more spoke during the public comment Please see HATTIE S, page A-7Referendum causes dispute at city commission meetingBeacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersPictured, many people were present at the Aug. 12 Niceville City Council meeting where a proposed ordinance to ease alcohol laws was discussed.

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while $638,094 in exemptions have been granted, he said. The companies that have gotten the exemption range from a size of 30 people to 700 and include North Okaloosa Medical Center in Crestview, Bit Wizards in Fort Walton Beach, Advanced Sawmill Machinery in Holt and L3 Crestview Aerospace in Crestview, according to the EDC. David Fuller, chief executive of North Okaloosa Medical Center, said having the exemption made a difference when the hospital considered doing a major expansion. "It pushed us to make the decision to do it here rather than somewhere else," Fuller said. Fuller added that it was a measure of the community's support for the project and it made it "more financially viable" to do the expansion. North Okaloosa Medical Center has saved $151,694 of the total $379,235 it will be exempted in taxes from 2012 to 2016. Sparks explained that the program is important today because cities have to woo businesses. "The focus on economic development locally, regionally, nationally has never been greater. There's more competition," he said. "That's where incentives like the ad valorem tax exemption come into play." Sparks said that a lot has been learned from the recession of 2008-9 and the intervening years, mainly that being competitive is important, not to put too many eggs in one basket and that the economy needs manufacturing as well as services in the overall economic recovery. The new jobs that businesses must provide to get the exemption must pay 110 percent of the county's average wage of $36,152. That means the new jobs must pay at least $39,767. Additionally, the company must add at least 10 jobs for manufacturing companies or 25 for other types of businesses. The county commission determines the amount of the exemption and how long the business will receive it. The exemption is on new construction, not current buildings. The property tax collector must certify that the investment was made to the level committed to by the business. County Commissioner Kelly Windes agrees with Sparks that having the exemption is key to growing business in the area. Windes said, "Getting these companies in here is very important. Adjoining counties have these tax exemptions. We really need to be competitive with the other areas." The exemption would be open to both existing businesses and those seeking to come to Okaloosa County. Additionally, Fort Walton Beach and Destin have put municipal referendums on their ballots for the same type of exemption to be offered in their cities on top of the county exemption. Sparks said, "Anything we can do collectively or individually to enhance the job growth of businesses in Okaloosa County, we should do." BREAKSFrom page A-1 By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The Bay Beacon today publishes information on the candidates for one of the three Okaloosa County School Board seats at stake in the Aug. 26 election. C. W. Soldier Hyden, Joseph Slusser and incumbent Rodney Walker are running in the District 3 race. Information on the school board elections for districts 1 and 3 was published Aug. 13. Early voting will take place through Aug. 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 through today. The school board elections are nonpartisan, so all registered voters will be allowed to vote in this primary. If no candidate gets more than 50 percent of the votes in the three-way race for District 3, there will be a runoff in the Nov. 4 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. Answers have been edited for length as to specifications given the candidates. Okaloosa TIGER (Together in Government and Education Reform), a political committee affiliated with the union that represents Okaloosa County publicschool teachers, has endorsed Rodney Walker for District 3. District 3C.W. Soldier HydenDate and place of birth: 1977, Killeen, Texas Occupation: not permitted to reveal Employer: not permitted to reveal Formal Education: A.S. Aerospace Science and Technology; A.S. Intelligence Technology, B.S, Government: Politics and Policy (exp. 2015) Number of years in Okaloosa County: 1 Home address: Laurel Hill Spouse and children: Patricia; Nathan and Noah, both under 2 E-mail: hyden1977@yahoo.comJoseph SlusserDate and place of birth: Jan. 29, 1949, Fairdale, Ky. Occupation: Retired (2014) Teacher Employer: Previous employer Okaloosa School District Formal Education: B.A. Education, Western Kentucky University; M.Ed. Special Education, University of Louisville; Ed.D. Western Kentucky University/University of Louisville Number of years in Okaloosa County: 14 Home address: 2009 Hidden Springs Drive, Baker Spouse and children: Pamela; Jason, Jeremy and Chris, 5 grandchildren E-mail: drjoeslusser@gmail.comRodney WalkerDate and place of birth: Nov. 23, 1937, South Bay, Fla. Occupation: Retired educator, school board member Employer: Okaloosa County School Board Formal Education: Master's in Education Leadership Number of years in Okaloosa County: 52 Home address: 106B Star Drive, Fort Walton Beach Spouse and children: 2 children E-mail: N/A Background in public service as elected or appointed official Hyden: I have never held elected office nor have I ever been appointed to any elected office or position. Neither did Don Gaetz when he first Slusser: no background as elected or appointed official Walker: Elected official 5 terms as school board member; 10 years as the chairman Chief accomplishments Hyden: I was born into poverty and rose above it by becoming the first in my immediate family to graduate from high school and college. By Slusser: Educator over 44 years (teacher, coach, guidance counselor, curriculum coordinator, administrator and Student Affairs Liaison). Designated as Distinguished Educator in Kentucky. Walker: I have been able to help maintain a balanced budget and serve as the board's representative in construction programs facilitating the construction of several new schools Why are you running for office? Hyden: My wife and I have reviewed our school system and are vexed that our sons will not receive a good education in these schools per our standards. We believe it can be better, it requires someone who has the internal strength of honesty and courage to return to sound proven Slusser: I am running for the school board in hope of providing an involved voice for the entire county. The parents and teachers of our children need someone who listens to and represents them in our school system. Walker: I want to continue to assist in providing an excellent education for all students. In what significant ways do you differ from your opponent? Hyden: I am not a 20 year incumbent without children in our schools. I believe in term limits and he does not. I am completely independent of the establishment political system controlling this county and the incumbent is embraced by it. The incumbent has received PAC money whose purpose is to remove incumbents from office in Okaloosa County yet he is a multi-term incumbent. Dishonest politics? I absolutely oppose Common Core (Florida Standards) but the incumbent voted for it. I will never vote for a tax increase without public consent but the incumbent has voted twice for tax increases without public Slusser: My opponents differ greatly as I differ greatly from both of them. One opponent has been on the board for over two decades, and he has been away from working with students since the 1980s. He voted to deny the teachers and staff their pay raises, even though it was a contractual agreement, I would never break a binding contract. Its time for a positive change. The other candidate is a young compassionate parent, a newcomer in the arena, as am I. He has never been an educator, as he is career military. Walker: I feel that my education background and knowledge of the entire school system far exceeds my opponents. I worked 30 years as a teacher, guidance counselor and administrator in the Okaloosa County school district and I have served 5 terms as a school board member. What are the top three issues facing the office, and how would you address them? Hyden: Common Core (now known as Florida Standards). This is the most damaging concept ever devised against academic education. Its purpose is conformity of thought and data collection and has nothing to do with proper education. It will not prepare our college bound children for a proper university education and it will not prepare our workforce bound children to be successful in the workplace. I also oppose all standardized testing. These tests serve no purpose at all except to collect data for the state in order to rate our schools. A teachers effectiveness and academic abilities are unfairly judged and targeted based on the results of these tests, given one time a year. These tests never take into account the childs progress during the year, quarterly/semester grades, and the childs parents are never privy to the actual test when it is scored. Teachers are stressed out over the tests, that stress Slusser: The top three issues are declining student academics, due to reduced classroom instruction time. Teachers are pulled away from their classrooms with unnecessary paperwork and non-instructional procedures, much of which are not state mandated. Secondly, we must make our schools safe and secure for all, students and staff. The School Resource Officers provide a very needed presence in our schools, yet we must become more proactive. Detecting and preventing a situation before it actually becomes a problem. Children cannot learn in an environment where they do not feel safe and secure. Lastly, we must address Common Core and its standards. Our state has adopted it, making a few changes, calling it Florida Core. Many states have tried CC and decided to dump it, some are still in the process. We need to follow state mandates, although, this could crucial in our childrens educational future. Walker: 1) Lack of capital revenue to construct new schools and repair aging facilities that are 40 years old or older. 2) Address rapid changes from federal and state mandates that we must find ways to implement without adversely affecting the education of students or the budget. 3) Find more efficient ways to utilize our total revenue. I s it too difficult to fire teachers who aren t performing? Hyden: Florida does not have tenure so I will state that it is easier to fire teachers here than elsewhere where tenure still exists. I am also concern though that the "last in-first out" mentality still exists during tough economic times resulting in layoffs or terminations. I would really like to see Slusser: Teachers which are not measuring up should be placed on probation, and be coached, improving of their techniques. Experienced teacher coaches can mentor the failing teacher, increasing their effectiveness. If improvement does not occur, by the end of the probationary period, termination could be put into place. Documentation and perseverence Walker: No, we have an outstanding state and local e valuation plan that works effectively if we follow all procedures. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992Page A-2 Wednesday, August 20, 2014 THEBAYBEACON 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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and there were close votes." At this time, Browning was not on the commission because Diane Kelley was commissioner. The original vote to put the changes to the city charter on the ballot was a 3-2 vote with Hamilton, Mayor Arnold and former commissioner Kelley voting for it and Morgan and Strong voting against it. Arnold said that if commissioners don't continue with items voted on by previous commissions, there would be gridlock and nothing would get done. After the meeting, Strong said that his personal feeling was that more work needed to be done because the referendum change needed to be quantified. "You need to say why, what you got is not working, what you're going to change and what it's going to cost." The changes to the charter would give additional duties to an administrative manager at the city and what that manager would be paid has not been decided. After the meeting, Browning said, "I don't think the city is of the size or of the ability to pay for that position. The city doesn't have need for it." After the meeting, Morgan said the referendum should be decided by the voters, but that the way it's being portrayed to them is inaccurate. He said the roll call vote was to let people know where the commission stands now. In other news at the meeting, commissioners heard from James Butler, General Manager of the Valparaiso Broadband Communication System, regarding changes to cable programming and Internet speed. Butler warned the commission that prices will be going up this year and for the next seven years for cable television because of price increases being set by the big ten networks. Butler said the Valparaiso The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, August 20, 2014 Page A-3 With Mini Dental Implants your Dentist can provide you with a simple, gentle, non-surgical procedure to replace your missing teeth. 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Serving Niceville-Valparaiso for 50 yearsBrowse our selection of Hardwood & Laminate PUBLICNOTIFICATIONIn compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act, Eglin Air Force Base announces the availability of a Draft Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact for RCS 13-320, Overland Air Operations for public review and comment. The Proposed Action of RCS 13-320, Overland Air Operations would be to authorize and implement an increased level of activity for Eglin overland air operations to update/validate the current approval process for routine military users of Eglin overland airspace and to provide a quick response to priority needs during war or other significant military involvement. Your comments on this Draft EA are requested. Letters and other written or oral comments provided will be addressed and may be published in the Final EA. Any personal information provided, including private addresses, will be used only to identify your desire to make a statement during the public comment period or to compile a mailing list to fulfill requests for copies of the Final EA or associated documents. However, only the names and respective comments of respondent individuals will be disclosed: personal home addresses and phone numbers will not be published in the Final EA. The Draft Environmental Assessment and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact are available on the web at www.eglin.af.mil/environmentalassessments.asp from August 22 until September 20, 2014. All area libraries have computers available to the general public and librarians who can provide assistance linking to the document. Hard copies of the document may be available for a limited time by contacting: Mike Spaits, 96th Test Wing Environmental Public Affairs, 101 W. D Ave., Rm. 238, Eglin AFB, Fla., 32542, or email: michael.spaits@us.af.mil. Tel: (850) 882-2836. The documents will be available on the web from August 22 until September 20, 2014. For more information or to comment on the Proposed Action, contact Mike Spaits, at the contact listed above. Comments must be received by September 24, 2014. Having over fifty years of experience in city government, I believe there is one basic question citizens need to ask themselves in deciding their vote on the proposed change from a commission system to a modified commission system. How do we perceive the nature and purpose of city government? Is the overriding consideration: (1) the direct democratic election by the citizens of the citys commissioners or (2) the appointment of a professional city administrator by an elected commission to create an efficient operation of the citys government services? Problematic is Option 1; the current system fails to meet the most basic concerns of citizens by not meeting the democratic and participatory civic values of an executive directly responsible to the people. In our present form of government, all commissioners are legislators and equally executors. There is no separation of powers and no distinction between the legislative and administrative functions of local government. Administrative decisions become politicized and only the needs of certain groups within the community are met. Option 2, the proposed change, stresses the value of efficiency and organizational operation as found in corporate management. This form of government serves as a platform for acknowledgement that basic public services are complex, professional processes and should not be vulnerable to political influences. Government should never be compromised because of those traits that make a person electable but in no way guarantee that he or she will have the management skills to run a highly intricate, administrative apparatus. A bad manager can be replaced at the will of the commission. A bad commissioner gets to serve a full four years before facing the voters. Those in favor of the modified commission form of government, as I am, understand that the neutrality and objectivity indicative of the city administrators position eliminates the bottleneck of conflicting ideologies in getting things done. The modified commission form of government from its beginning has been promoted as a model which separates policy and politics from administration. The administrators job is to administer, not to govern; nor is it to seek to impress his or her values on the commission. Like a corporation, the commission, as the board of directors, directs the manager to implement commission policy, efficiently dispatching administrative duties and rendering services to the public. There is a reason nearly 100 percent of the cities in Florida have moved away from the pure commission form of government. And no one disputes the fact that there will be a shift of power and authority, duties and obligations, under the proposed charter amendments. The city will restore the power of checks and balances, infuse in the citizens a degree of trust by limiting the power of individual commissioners and ensure accountability and transparency in achieving municipal goals. Please join me in voting yes for change.By Mayor Bruce ArnoldValparaiso voters consider amendments to charter The proposed amended charter for the City of Valparaiso is not in the best interest of the City, the citizens its serves, or the staff that serves it. The change to essentially a city manager form of government would potentially be more expensive, and lessen the strengths of the current commission form of government and its benefits, which are founded in grass-roots democracy, true self-governance and home rule powers that results in a responsive local governing body. It has been stated that our system of government is antiquated. While it is true that fewer cities use a commission form of government, it is patently false that we have not updated how we operate within our current charter to keep up with the times. We have changed. Currently, each Department has a paid director that has been given day to day authority to execute the duties of the departments as they currently operate. In some cases, directors have assistant directors both paid and volunteer that further carry-out said executive duties. Valparaiso has hired an atwill position a full time city administrator that by appointment and designation of the commission can and does carry out further executive duties as prescribed. When the commission examined the four separate forms of government, no specific advantages could be found, or more specifically, no perceived faults were discussed that could not be addressed within our current charter that would be solved by a simple change in the form of government. The real effectiveness of government is not its form but who you elect and hire to execute its functions. I have worked with many local governments the world over, from South America to Europe, to the Middle East where I worked for the Department of State as a governance and financial advisor, and I feel the current commission form of government especially suits Valparaiso. Yes, it is unique, but it works. It provides for a Responsive, Responsible Government that engenders: Citizen Involvement and Volunteerism; A small town, friendly feel the citizens know they have real, elected, belly-buttons to push for both general and specific issues; and a Low Cost managerial level/layer (elected volunteer citizens) that otherwise would have to be paid for. Furthermore, without a clear mandate, or stated issue to fix, and with only negative citizen input during its development, this change transfers responsibilities to the Executive, and in-fact establishes more overhead and layers, while reducing the current Directors ability to respond effectively. Additionally, it reduces citizen input and elected officials oversight, and unnecessarily forces wholesale changes in the way we operate including some that by referendum have not been approved in the past (residency requirements for example). The current charter is flexible and works Vote NO to change.By Commissioner Joe Morgan 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 By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Voters in Valparaiso will be casting their ballots on whether to make changes to their city charter at the primary election on Aug. 26. Many changes are being considered and today The Bay Beacon will be publishing editorials from both sides of the issue by Mayor Bruce Arnold and Commissioner Joe Morgan. The gist of charter changes is that there will be a stronger city administrator and city commissioners will lose power. Some of the changes proposed include the following: -The minimum age for commissioners would be reduced from 25 to 21. -The city would have three main departments: the Department of Financial Management, Department of Public Services and Department of Public Safety. Departments would be assigned to commissioners but they would only have oversight responsibility and they may no longer suspend employees. -The City Clerk would be head of the Department of Financial Management and could employ and dismiss any employee of his/her office. -The City Administrator would be the administrative head of the Department of Public Services and could employ and dismiss any employee of his/her department. -The Police Chief would be over the Department of Public Safety which would include the supervision, staffing and budgetary responsibilities of the fire department as well as police. -Commissioners would appoint a person to replace the Mayor or other commissioners if a seat becomes vacant until the next regular election rather than calling a special election. -The offices of City Tax Assessor, Tax Collector, Treasurer and Municipal Judge would be deleted. Additionally, several articles would be amended including articles VII on taxation and revenue, VIII on purchasing and running public utilities, XI on general laws of Florida and XIII on miscellaneous items. Other articles would be deleted altogether including Articles IX on making improvements, X on annexation of territory and XII on elections. Citizens may view the proposed changes in the document at the Announcements Quick Link on the City of Valparaiso website, which is valp.org. Mayor Bruce Arnold Commissioner Joe Morgan PRO CON CITYFrom page A-1 Please see MEETING, page A-8 Valparaiso commissioners and staff at the beginning of the Aug. 11 meeting of the city council.

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992Page A-4 Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders The exterior of the 750,000 gallon 160-foot high water tower at Marysa Road in Niceville is now complete with some interior painting work still to be finished by Labor Day. About 400 gallons of paint will be used on the tower which sports "City of Niceville" in almost 12-foot high black letters on a beige background. PAID ADVERTISEMENTKobe Cafe is the newest spot in Niceville to enjoy Japanese cuisine with high end dining at great prices. Whether you are joining friends at the sophisticated bar or relaxing with family in the comfortable booths, Kobe Cafe is an experience not to be missed. Centrally located in the new Publix shopping center, once you step through Kobe Cafe's doors you will be pleasantly surprised at the expansive restaurant you will find waiting. Offering a full range of culinary delights from hibachi, sushi, steak, Bento Box and tempura to traditional noodle dishes such as soba and yaki udon, Kobe Cafe offers takeout or dine-in options along with special menu options for children. The open kitchen design allows patrons to watch the chefs prepare their hibachi meals and the friendly staff are always ready to serve. Each meal is an edible work of art with the goal of culinary excellence behind every bite. The atmosphere is comfortably cosmopolitan and provides the perfect place to visit with friends. The elegant bar offers a wide range of crafted beers, quality wines and six different cold saki selections with prices that encourage socializing. The dining experience is also value based with a wide variety of dining options at great prices. From beverage to dessert, every aspect of Kobe Cafe is designed to please the palate without breaking the budget. "We know this area," said Keith Ling, Kobe Cafe's manager. "We try our best to take care of all the people here." Kobe Cafe gives an excellent dining experience back to the community with good prices. From being the perfect lunch spot to catch up with friends to a late dinner, Kobe Cafe accomplishes that goal and more. For an impressive new dining experience that ranges from adventurous sushi presentations to savory hot hibachi, Kobe Cafe offers a well rounded experience that is sure to delight. Located in the Publix shopping center, they are open seven days a week with lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday hours are from noon to 9:30 p.m. For more information, call Kobe Cafe at 279-6668. Try Kobe Cafe the next time you are looking for an exciting culinary experience that will keep you coming back. Kobe Cafe High end dining at great pricesKobe Cafe offers takeout or dine-in options along with special menu options for children. The elegant bar offers a wide range of crafted beers, quality wines and six different cold saki selections with prices that encourage socializing.

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to the current ordinance. McAllister said, "The number one concern of this city council should be the safety of our children." McAllister said she had already had one incident with someone who was drunk being on school property this year. She requested that a 10-15 foot natural barrier of plants be put in between the school and any business nearby serving alcohol as it became necessary. Another concerned citizen who spoke said there was an established relationship between alcohol serving establishments and crime. John Scott, minister at Niceville Christian Church said that restaurants would only be able to serve alcohol three more hours a week and that the markup for soda and alcohol was comparable. He suggested alcohol sales may not be the main reason that restaurants are not coming into Niceville and said that lower lease rates or taxes might be a solution. First Baptist Church of Niceville Senior Pastor Mike McGough told the city council to think of the public good. "Don't sacrifice the uniqueness of Niceville on the altar of progress, said McGough. Ruckel opened his presentation by saying he had been a pastor and served in churches for 20 years. He said, "Our intent in suggesting the exemption to this ordinance is not to promote drunkenness and encourage use of alcohol." He said that a casual dining restaurant would employ 30-60 people and bring $390,000 into the community. "This is about additional choices and appropriate development in our city," he added, later implying that lack of development could mean that taxes would increase and the city might struggle to continue. Schaetzle asked if a "blanket ordinance" was needed or if businesses could request an exemption. Ruckel said that it's rare that you get inquiries on particular properties. Nodjomian said, "As I understand it, if the encumbrance stays in place, we won't even get to the conversation." Chris Cartenuto, owner of Joey's Italian Grill, spoke for the proposed change, saying when he worked in Madison, Miss., restaurants would not come into the city until laws on serving alcohol on Sunday were eased. Chairman of the Ruckel Properties Board Marion Ruckel Skalicky said she wanted to keep retail money here in Niceville, rather than give it to Destin. She said that the assumption that a restaurant that serves alcohol will mean more drunks in the area is false because alcoholics are unlikely to pay $6 a drink at a restaurant when they can get a six-pack for the same amount. After some more community input largely against changing the ordinance, council member Nodjomian asked Police Chief David Popwell about crime near restaurants. Popwell said that he had found no problems in restaurants in Niceville in the last 15 years and that Fort Walton Beach did a study that showed no increase in alcohol-related instances of crime related to alcohol being served on Sunday. After the vote, Senior Pastor of Rosemont Baptist Church Doug Fannon said he was happy the proposed changes were stopped. "The big problem is we don't want to go down that slope. We gotta respect our churches," said Fannon. Council member Rominger, who cast the deciding vote, said he did not want the ordinance "carte blanche" throughout the city. In other news, the city also approved the request for unionization by city fire fighters. The application for unionization will be sent to the Public Employees Relation Commission. City Attorney Dixie Dan Powell said PERC will take about eight weeks to review it and then contract talks can begin. Additionally, Vickie Ritchson and Tony Namlick were appointed to serve on the Niceville City Planning Board. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, August 20, 2014 Page A-5 ALCOHOLFrom page A-1 Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersSteve Ruckel, President/CEO of Ruckel Properties Inc. addresses the Niceville City Council in support of easing of alcohol laws. Ruckel brought an ordinance before the city to remove restrictions barring restaurants serving full meals from being 500 feet from a school or church. He also asked that they be able to service alcohol on Sundays starting at 9 a.m. There are seven times a year when flying our flag is the perfect way to show your family or business patriotic spirit. Kiwanis can make it easy!For just $42 a year, we will install a permanent in-ground base for your flag. Then, just before Labor Day and 9/11, Veterans Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day and MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY, we will install a 3x5 foot sewn flag (not printed) on a metal pole in front of your home or business and take it down afterward. Kiwanis does it all, you do nothing but look proud!The modest $42 a year supports Niceville-Valparaiso Kiwanis Clubs numerous childrens programs throughout our community. Times a wastin. Act now! Call Bill at 897-4396 or Jim at 897-3068 and order a flag.Serving the Children of the WorldLet Kiwanis Raise Old Glory at Your House or BusinessNiceville/ValparaisoKiwanis Club

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period. Joe Tanet in his statement of objection expressed concern over the narrowness of the curve leading to the subdivision near the end of Bullock Boulevard. He said, "The addition of up to 42 more vehicles from Hattie's Grove will likely create a higher frequency of encroachment onto my property." At the time, only 21 houses were planned with an estimated two cars per house. Following the meeting, Tanet said he had accepted the decision of the planning commission and wished to make no further comment. In an interview before the meeting, Deborah Peterson, the other resident who submitted an MOE and spoke at the meeting, was more specific in her request. "They're putting the entrance to the subdivision on Bullock Boulevard. We want them to use King Street rather than Bullock." Peterson also expressed concern about the curve, but was more interested in preserving the nature of the neighborhood. "This was a beautiful neighborhood that we bought into. Now, they're going to throw in 21 more families on that tiny road and the very essence of our neighborhood will change. When this is all done, every parcel of land will have two or three houses on each parcel. It's gonna become this main thoroughfare." In an interview prior to the meeting, Rose said there would be no entrance on King Street. He also said he has offered to improve the condition of the curve on Bullock Boulevard. "I offered that quite some time ago and the longer that we wait, the more money that could have been available to improve the curve is going to end up going as interest on a loan to the bank." Rose added that there have been no accidents on that curve according to the complaining residents and the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Department. Rose said, "The curve is not considered dangerous per the county engineers. The county staff has publicly stated that the primary problem is not with the road but with driver action." Rose had an off-site traffic operational analysis done of the curve by Gustin, Cothern and Tucker Inc. in which engineer Matthew H. Zinke said "it was difficult to maintain lane discipline at 25 mph." Zinke recommended adding horizontal alignment warning signs, double yellow striping on the road and posting a speed limit of 10 mph. Rose said, "I'm going to fix it, because it's in the best interest of everyone there." Rose said he will comply with code and do everything allowed by the county to fix the curve. Zinke spoke in favor of the subdivision at the hearing as well as another neighbor in the area Jeremy Whittenburg, who is for the development. Department of Growth Planning Manager Terry Jernigan was not surprised that the development was approved. He said the department had issued the notice of intent to issue a development order on June 30. If the planning commission had not upheld the development order, it would have gone to the Board of County Commission for review. At this point, the residents only recourse is to file a writ of certiorari in circuit court for judicial review. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, August 20, 2014 Page A-7 2014M ullet FestivalQueens & Kings PageantSponsored by the Crestview Elks Lodge #2624Sat., Sept. 6, at Niceville High SchoolDeadline for Entry is Noon on September 1Applications are available online at www.events-md.com or polehead72@gmail.com For more info call: 850-974-0220Plenty of openings for all age divisions & sibling discount Call or visit usPOWELL AGENCY, INC.Complete Insurance Servicewww.powellagency.com 110 N. Partin Dr., Niceville 678-2514 Chuck & Carol Kuzma of Niceville, FL are proud to celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary. They were married August 15, 1964 in Hamilton, NY. Their Children, Deborah OBryan of Cooper City, FL; Pamela McCafferty of Lompoc, CA; and Gregory Kuzma of Marietta, GA and their families threw a surprise Anniversary Party at the Boathouse Landing Restaurant in Niceville July 12. They plan a second honeymoon in Hawaii. 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 Fax 1-888-520-9323 info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressStephen W. KentEditor and PublisherBunni FarnhamAdvertising RepresentativeCandice LeggeGraphic ArtistAngela Yuriko SmithEditorial AssistantKaron DeyBookkeeper Cheryle ValentineReceptionistThe 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 NewspaperSara KentMarketing Director The Board of Fire Commissioners will be accepting Resumes for the position of Fire Chief. Minimum requirements are: Florida State Certified Firefighter Florida State Certified Fire Instructor Florida State Certified Fire Inspector Florida Certified Fire Officer Florida State Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic Preferred Bachelors degree in Fire Administration or Business Administration PLUS a minimum of ten (10) years progressively responsible firefighting experience to include 4 years supervisory or Command experience AND three (3) years experience in labor relations and labor management. Send Resumes ATTN: Chairman James W. Boswell, 1024 White Point Rd., Niceville, Fl. 32578. NOTE: Faxed or Emailed resumes WILL NOT be ACCEPTED! Include Cover Letter, Resume limited to 3 pages in Bullet Format (NOT Narrative), and contact information for (5) professional references. Deadline is (5PM Central time, September 12, 2014). Selected Candidates will be informed when they are scheduled for initial interviews. Final employment selection will be contingent on a Fit for Duty physical to include drug testing and a psychological evaluation. The North Bay Fire Control District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.FIRECHIEFVACANCYNORTH BAY FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT OKALOOSA COUNTY NICEVILLE, FLORIDA Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersThe corner on Bullock Boulevard leading to where the Hattie's Grove subdivision will be located. Residents are concerned the sharpness of the turn might be dangerous once the additional traffic due to the new subdivision is added. Im really excited about it. Summer gets boring after a while. In school, things keep changing. Im feeling very excited. I love to learn. I like all subjects. Good, because I want to go to school and start learning math.How do you feel about going back to school?Good! It s fun, because I get to play on the playground. I m going to work again all day. I feel sort of happy, because I ll get to see my friends. I feel excited. I think my teacher is really nice, and I look forward to being with my friends. Location: Chick-fil-A THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike GriffithNora Cook, 7, Niceville, Plew Elementary School Taylor Rumsey, 13, Crestview, Shoal River Middle School Max Diehl, 7, Niceville, Edge Elementary School Kinley Childress, 16, Crestview, Collegiate High School Logan Hamilton, 6, Niceville, Edge Elementary School Preston Taylor, 10, Crestview, Antioch Elementary School What should we ask next week? Email your suggested question to: info@baybeacon.com Include "Suggested IP question" in the "subj ect" field. HATTIESFrom page A-1

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Mayor Bruce Arnold asked what will happen to the people currently using packages that are being deleted. Butler said they would be set to the digital starter package. The schedule of prices Butler provided included premium channels with the first one being $13 and each additional one being $10 more. Prices of video combo packages were increased and will be based on the digital starter pack with other paks and services added to it. Internet speeds will be increasing at all levels with a small increase in price. An additional 25 megabit per second level called Premier Max is also being added to both residential and commercial Internet service. The cost will be $61 for residents and $164.99 for businesses. Strong asked for a motion to approve the changes. Arnold said he was concerned about the subscribers. Morgan said that he supported what Butler was doing because of the limitations of the contracts. Morgan asked that an amendment be made to Strong's motion that a public announcement describing the new packages be made. The motion with amendment passed unanimously. Butler will be making a bill insert for explanation and will also provide information on local channel 37 on the changes, which will go into effect in approximately 30 days. A citizen also spoke to the commission regarding the Florida Park in Valparaiso. Mary Weston said the park has become "real boggy and real snaky." She said that children have not been able to use the playground because of the water around it. Weston suggested filling in dirt around the playground or building a sidewalk to it. Hamilton responded that the cost was prohibitive and that the commission was limited in what it could do because the area is wetlands. She added that she was concerned about it and that the city may have to determine a different use for the area. 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