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The Bay beacon
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By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent The Valparaiso City Commission held an organizational meeting March 19. It was the first by Valparaisos new mayor and city commission, following a municipal election March 13 that resulted in the turnover of two commission seats and the mayoralty. During the meeting, new Mayor Brent Smith set out the duties of each commissioner, including new commission members Edward Crosby and Jay Denney, confirming their readiness to fulfill the duties, as follows. Beacon Staff A Niceville charity is refashioning an old schoolhouse into a temporary home for single mothers and their young children. The aim is to take in young moms who may be virtually homeless, perhaps disowned by their families, left by the man in their lives, or evicted by landlord or friends. But the church-based group behind the project will couple the housing with an even more-ambitious effortto spark a turnaround in the mothers lives, teaching them everyday skills and responsibilities that they may never have learned. After nine months of residence, employment, training and Christian love, it is hoped the women will graduate from the group home, betterequipped to stand on their own. The nonprofit organization Crisis Aid for Littles and Moms (CALM) hopes the venture will help conquer generational povertythe failure of successive generations to master the everyday skills needed to succeed as a family, in school, and in the workplace, according to Grace Nuffer, president. In many cases, such skills are T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 Police Blotter, page A-3 A former church school in Niceville, is undergoing a transformation into a planned temporary home for single mothers and their children. Christians in the Twin Cities and worldwide will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday with many church services, including an ecumenical sunrise service at Lincoln Park, Valparaiso, at 6:15 a.m. Beacon photosHelping moms in crisisGroup to offer temporary home, teach life skillsValparaiso government reorganizes under new mayor and commission 'He is risen' Raiders in Elite Eight Please see MOMS, page A-2 Please see MSBU, page A-8 Bluewater Bay MSBU eyes condo needs, street signs50Wednesday, March 28, 2018 8 Pages, 1 Section, 3 Inserts A representative of the Florida Club called on the Bluewater Bay MSBU to provide more services in the area of the condominium development. Beacon photos by Mike GriffithThe Northwest Florida State College mens basketball team and womens basketball team both made it to the NJCAA Division 1 national quarterfinals last week. The mens team fell to Southern Idaho, 107-93, in a playoff Thursday in Hutchinson, Kan. (pictured). The women s season also ended Thursday, in Lubbock, Texas, with a 55-52 loss at the hands of Tallahassee, which went on to win the national crown. Photo by Travis Morisse By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent Members of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU) earlier this month discussed plans for next years budget and heard a call to better serve residents of a condominium community on the periphery of Bluewater Bay. Also discussed were possible upgrades of aging street signs. The MSBU is a unit of Okaloosa County government established to maintain streetlights, landscaping, and other care and maintenance of common areas throughout the unincorporated Bluewater Bay community. The MSBU is governed by an elected board of five volunteers, and is funded by an annual assessment on each residential property unit and on each 1,000-square-foot unit of commercial property within Bluewater Bay. The annual assessment is $69 per unit, and may not be increased by more than 5 percent a year. No specific figures for the coming years budget were discussed at meetings held March 13, although members did talk about some items that might be included in the spending plan for the fiscal year that will begin Oct. 1. MSBU board member Judy Griffin said the new budget should include a line item for funding irrigation water, which is used to support plantings along main roadways and other areas maintained by the MSBU. Board member Felix Beukenkamp said the budget should also include money to improve street-identification signs throughout Bluewater Bay. Griffin agreed, saying that many street signs are growing old and are in need of maintenance or replacement. Board members did not reach a consensus on whether all such signs should be replaced during the From left: Commissioner Ed Crosby, Mayor Brent Smith and Commissioner Jay Denney, newly elected Valparaiso officials.Beacon photo by Chrissie Kirila Fundraiser April 7, A-2. Bluewater Bay street sign. Please see VALPARAISO, page A-3


Page A-2 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 THEBAYBEACON Grab your friends, family, or co workers and come UNWINED with us. Let your creative side shine! No experience needed.NicevillePACK & SHIP PAINT NIGHT!atApril 6th May 4th $35per personStarts at6:30 p.m. Arrive 15 minutes early. Must RSVP. Space is limited. RSVP Online or Call 850 279 Impressions by ShaunaChild care options may be available. Call ahead or contact Jumpin Jacks, LLC.1049 John Sims Pkwy. E., Ste. 2, Niceville THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike Griffith The resurrection of the Lord, and eternal life. Laura McGee, 84, Bluewater Bay, home mechanic The high point of the Christian holidaysthe resurrection of Jesus Christ. Rod Conk, 67, Oxnard, California, auto parts managerWhat does Easter mean to you?Location: Bluewater Bay shopping center The resurrection of Jesus Christ. Dante Goodrich, 12, Niceville, Ruckel Middle School student The resurrection of Jesus Christ. Linda Lane, 74, Niceville, retired For me, it s just another day. David Chandler, 22, Bluewater Bay, stocker Jesus Christ coming back to life, to save us. Tara Monjure, 55, Bluewater Bay, title closer just not being taught at home or in schools anymore, Nuffer said. CALM volunteers hope to change that by helping the women learn life skills. The building, a former church school at Redwood Avenue and 27th Street, Niceville, was purchased in December on CALMs behalf by a benefactor who insisted on anonymity. The 0.86-acre property also is the site of a former church, which CALM organizers hope one day to make into a rental venue for community events, earning money to help support the group home. The 2,700-square-foot school building, 66 years old, is being extensively renovated through the generosity of several contractors. Plans are to open CALM House as a group home this spring, according to Nuffer. A big fundraising event is planned in Valparaiso on April 7, for which tickets are available at Four families at a timeeach consisting of a mother and one or more young childrenwill live in the group home for up to nine months. Each family will have a bedroom. They will share a common living and dining area, kitchen and laundry. Two computers will be available in the living area for such purposes as job hunting and email. A spacious, fenced back yard will serve as a playground. A resident house mother will operate the home, ensuring security and monitoring conformance to house rules. For the good of all, a parent failing to observe the rules will be asked to leave, with her children. The young mothers, who will be required to remain drugand alcohol-free, will be expected to work outside the home at least 20 hours a week, as well as to perform household tasks in the home. Volunteer child care will be offered in house. Perhaps even more important, in the view of CALMs organizers, the young women must participate in daily, volunteer-led classes in such life skills as preparing a sensible shopping list, making nutritious meals, household cleanliness, family hygiene, time management, maintaining a bank account, and budgeting. Simple car and household maintenance will also be taught. We will teach everything from sewing on a button to getting and keeping a job, to workplace conflict resolution, to keeping a house cleaned and keeping food on the table, said Nuffer. Nuffer and Terri Steadman, CALMs vice president, also help facilitate a group for single mothers which meets regularly at Crosspoint Church, Niceville. MOMSFrom page A-1 How to helpThe second annual fundraiser for the CALM House will be held April 7 at Girl Power Station, 424 W. College Blvd., Valparaiso, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will include heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer or wine, music and an exciting silent and live auction. Tax deductible tickets are $50 and may be purchased at or at the door. The group is also seeking volunteers to serve as mom mentors and childcare helpers at the Calm House, Niceville, for children of resident working mothers. Information: Grace Nuffer, 850-974-3780,


ArrestsOn March 9 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Brandon Michael Grim, 30, of Niceville, on charges of battery touch or strike and criminal mischief with damage valued at $1,000 or more. The arrest was made on a warrant stemming from an incident in Niceville on Aug. 4, 2017, in which Grim kicked open someones front door and entered the garage of a residence from which he had been evicted. When the victim attempted to open a door to see what was going on, Grim pushed her so he could close the door and block her from seeing what he was doing. * On March 12 Niceville police arrested Ralph Willie Neely, 42, of 1460 30th St., #B, Niceville, on a charge of driving while license suspended, 3rd or subsequent offense. An officer observed a vehicle with dark tinted windows, and ran the tag through a police database, which revealed that the owner had a suspended license. The officer made a traffic stop, and used a police database to verify that Neely has had a suspended license since August 2012, as well as 2 prior convictions from 2012 and one prior conviction from Jan. 9 of this year. A measurement of the window tint indicated that it was within legal limits. * On March 12 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Stacie Ann Kirby, 48, of 590 Hill Ln., Niceville, on a charge of fraud insufficient funds check for under $150. * On March 12 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Ralph Willie Neely, 42, of 1460 30th St., Niceville, on a charge of misdemeanor failure to appear. * On March 12 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Breanna May Rodrigues, 18, of 432 Barbados Way, Niceville, on charges of possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, and drug equipment possession and/or use. * On March 12 Niceville police arrested Amber Brooke Anderson, 34, of 418 Quail Ridge Rd., DeFuniak Springs, on a charge of retail theft shoplifting. A Walmart employee had seen Anderson conceal 3 pairs of shorts in her purse, and take several other items, then attempt to leave the store without paying for them. The total value of items taken was $51.70. Anderson admitted to stealing the shorts, but said she scanned the other items in question at the self-checkout. * On March 13 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Joseph Michael Orcutt, 51, of 801 White Point Rd., Niceville, on a charge of DUI alcohol or drugs. * On March 13 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Lawrence Rodriguez, 34, of 130 Big Oaks Ln., Niceville, on a charge of failure to appear for a felony offense. * On March 13 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Christopher Owen Wilson, 39, of 619 Hickory St., Niceville, on a charge of failure to appear for a misdemeanor offense. * On March 13 Niceville police arrested Richard Ambrose Lowitz III, 46, of 4616 Range Rd., Niceville, on a charge of driving while license suspended, habitual offender. An officer made a traffic stop on Lowitz after Lowitz had been involved in a minor crash at state roads 85 and 20. During the traffic stop, a check of a police database revealed that Lowitz had numerous suspensions and revocations on his license. * On March 14 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Lauren Marie GoodingHewitt, 19, of 509 21st St., Niceville, on charges of felony violation of probation and misdemeanor violation of probation. * On March 15 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Douglas Andrew Hutchison, 60, of 210 Rivera Dr., Niceville, on a charge of obstructing court order pretrial release condition violation. * On March 15 Valparaiso police arrested Lakeith Jamar Armstrong, 22, of 1200 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, on charges of 4 counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, one count of grand theft of between $300 and $5,000, 2 counts of pettit theft of less than $100, and one count of pettit theft of between $100 and $300. Armstrong had gone through several vehicles on Nordberg Avenue, Andrew Drive, and James Avenue, taking various items. * On March 17 Valparaiso police arrested Anthony Duane Tidwell, 28, of 200 Castle Dr., #1, Fort Walton Beach, on a charge of knowingly driving while license suspended or revoked. An officer stopped Tidwell for driving 51 miles per hour in a 35 mile-per-hour zone. During the traffic stop a police database indicated that Tidwells license was suspended. Tidwell was also issued a speeding citation. * On March 18 James Taylor Ward, 26, of 62 Alley St., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail on a charge of misdemeanor violation of probation. He was released on bond later that day. * On March 19 Niceville police arrested Gabriel Amy Johnson, 31, of 400 Kelly Rd., #15, Niceville, on charges of possessing a controlled substance without a prescription and drug equipment possession and/or use. Johnson was the sole occupant of an Acura which an officer found parked in the empty parking lot at the intersection of Iowa Street and Government. The officer had responded to a call concerning a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. Upon making contact with Johnson, the of ficer smelled an odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle, and a subsequent search revealed 40 alprazolam pills inside the vehicle and on Johnsons person.Criminal summonsesOn March 11 Niceville police issued a criminal summons to Lawrence Yelverton Byrd, 18, of 127 Meadow Woods Ln., Niceville, on a charge of retail theft shoplifting. Police also issued a criminal summons on the same charge to Ashley Lisseth Frank, 18, of 620 Kathleen Court, Niceville. A Walmart employee had seen Byrd and Frank working together to take several items from Walmart without paying for them. The total value of the items taken was $124.88.OtherOn March 13 Niceville police received a report from someone who said that a fraudulent check for $4,721.93 had been deposited into her bank account. Someone then used an ID with the victims name on it to withdraw $2,300 from the victims account, then used a debit card with the victims name on it to spend $1,901.76 at Walmart. The victim said she was not missing her debit card or any other ID, and had closed her account after finding out about the fraud. * 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 sheriff s offices, other law-enforcement agencies, and the Okaloosa County and Walton County jails. THEBAYBEACONWednesday, March 28, 2018 Page A-3 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressThe Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville, Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole,as well as mid-Walton County from Villa Tasso to Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52. All submissions for publication become property of The Bay Beacon.Niceville s Newspaper 209 Government Ave., Niceville 678-7925Sales & Installation FREE Estimates Mon.-Fri. 8am 5pm Sat. by AppointmentSIMPLER CARPET & TILE, INC. 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Commissioner Jay Denney Waterworks, water supply, testing, etc. Sewer collection system and pump stations. Fire Department matters. City representative in Economic Development Council matters. City representative with utility companies, regarding their installations, etc. (Okaloosa Gas Board not included). City buildings (except at the city yard), maintenance, new construction, utilization, etc.. Prepare annual budget figures for Utilities Water/Wastewater and Fire Department. Commissioner Kay Hamilton Parks, playgrounds, beaches and recreational areas (Little League Field). City representative regarding harbor facilities and matters under jurisdiction of Coast Guard or Army Corps of Engineers. Library matters. Broadband Communications and Alarm Systems. Educational and school matters. Federal and state assistance and revenue sharing programs, applicability to developments within the city. City website development and updating as required. Cooperative planning efforts in coordination with other governmental bodies. Annual budget figures for public institutions, library and Broadband Communications. Mayor pro tem. Commissioner Chris Wasdin Streets. Layout of streets and developments, street naming, host numbering, mail delivery, etc.. City representative when dealing with county and state highway officials. Highway in city traffic matters, such as parking, loads of vehicles, types of vehicles, house trailers, buses, boats, etc.. Projects to protect land, beach and shore areas against erosion; also projects for rehabilitation and use. City representative on Transportation Planning Organization. Storm water drainage systems or plants. Annual budget figures for storm water and streets (primarily capital improvements). Chamber of Commerce matters. In other business, the commission appointed former city commissioner and unsuccessful mayoral candidate Tom Browning as a new member of the citys planning board. Also appointed to the planning commission was Robert Holloway. Their terms of service on the planning commission will extend until March 21, 2022. Before adjourning the organizational meeting, the new mayor and commissioners were given a briefing on the Florida Sunshine Law and Florida law pertaining to public records. The briefing was delivered by City Attorney Hayward Dykes. Also before adjourning, Smith asked Wasdin to look into the possibility of installing a sixfoot tall cyclone fence at the edge of a hazardous dropoff in Glen St. Mary Park. Wasdin said she would look into the matter and report back to the mayor and fellow commissioners at a future meeting. VALPARAISOFrom page A-1 850-678-1593www.bayoubookcompany.comOak Creek Shopping Center, Niceville Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Since 1986 Fi ll their b askets wi th the gi ft of b ooks


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coming year, or whether only those most in need should be, and others later. Griffin suggested that the current design of the post signs, of plastic, may be modified to include a more quality, forwardlooking design. Beukenkamp said that he would obtain an inventory of signs to present to the board. MSBU board members also discussed working with Okaloosa County officials to obtain grant money from BP oil-spill settlement funds, which could be used to improve landscaping throughout Bluewater Bay. To get such a grant, it is likely that the MSBU would need to put up some money of its own. Beukenkamp told fellow board members that an existing application for grant money to improve flood control in Bluewater Bay is slowly working its way through the county bureaucracy, and is likely to eventually be approved. In other business, Brandon Burg, a lawyer representing the Florida Club homeowners association, asked MSBU members to work with the condominium community to find ways to offer more services there. Burg said that although Florida Club is officially a part of Bluewater Bay, its location on the western periphery makes it difficult for the MSBU to provide services there, as the condos share few common areas with the rest of the community. If such services cannot be provided, said Burg, the Florida Club association may approach the Okaloosa County Commission to have the development separated from the Bluewater Bay MSBU, thus exempting the condo owners from paying the annual MSBU assessment. Florida Club contains about 123 residential units, thus providing a substantial part of the MSBU budget. Beukenkamp told Burg, Your message is received loud and clear. 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