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VIEWPOINTSTom GermondColumnist is happy for the summer to end. ... Page 11A. Council sets millage, budget By BOB McCLURESEMINOLE Its getting to be traditional. City residents again will see little or no difference in their tax bills this fall following action Sept. 13 by the City Council. Councilors voted unanimously to pass a pair of ordinances on first reading that set the citys tax millage rate for fiscal 2013 at 2.4793 mills and the citys general budget at $14.86 million. The millage rate has stayed steady for six years and represents the 18th consecutive year the city has lowered or maintained the tax rate. The millage rate, which is 4.09 percent less than the rollback rate, will produce $2.36 million for the general operation of the city. Many people think when they write their (property tax) check to the city of Seminole, the city gets all of that money, said Harry Kyne, director of administration for the city. The reality is we get 13 cents on the dollar. He said the breakdown shows the school tax bill is 45 percent, the county is 31 percent, the transit authority is 4 percent and the Juvenile Welfare Board is 5 percent. For the average $150,000 home in Seminole valued at $100,000 after homestead exemptions, homeowners will pay $248 or 68-cents per day, Kyne said. For that, Kyne said, they get police protection, fire protection, library services, street lights and drainage and recycling. Thats the value you get from the city dollars we receive. Kyne went on to explain that the citys revenue stream has been hit hard the past five years, but the Features Business . . . . . . . . .9-10A Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B Community . . . . . . .6, 13-14A County . . . . . . . . . . .2-3A Entertainment . . . . . . . .1-4B Health & tness . . . . . . . .12A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Police beat . . . . . . . . . .5A The Beaches . . . . . . . . .7-8A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .11A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising COUNTYMail ballots set to go outAlthough the general election is still more than a month away, Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections is preparing to send out approximately 2,700 mail ballots Sept. 21 to military and overseas voters. The tentative date to begin mailing an additional 244,000 to residents living in the United States is Oct. 2. ... Page 2A.Commission OKs yet another studyThe Pinellas County Commission voted 6-1 to approve a contract Sept. 6 with Fitch and Associates LLC for an operational analysis of emergency medical services and fire deployment and response. Norm Roche was the lone dissenting vote. ... Page 3A.INSIDE POLICENo injuries in Largo firePinellas County detectives are investigating a Sept. 16 fire on South Lake Avenue in Largo. Three people were in the home, including a child. All exited safely. ... Page 5A.BUSINESSLocal restaurant reaches milestoneIf you have ever dropped into the Frog Pond restaurant in North Redington Beach and tried to chat with owner David Hitterman you know how tough it can be. If hes not wiping a table or picking up dishes, hes greeting an old friend at the door. Perhaps that is why the Frog Pond, at 16909 Gulf Blvd., just celebrated its 30th anniversary. ... Page 9A. See COUNCIL, page 4AResidents question water violation finesAlso opening this week is Karl Urban in the action adventure Dredd 3D. ... See page 1B.Adams, Eastwood head the cast of a classic baseball tale Volume XXXIV,No. 24 September 20, 2012 www.TBNweekly.com 012612Lowest Mortgages In Fifty Years!727-394-2265Theres No Place Like Home. 092012 13611 Park Blvd. Suite G, Seminole 369-8299080212Nadia ONeal, D.D.S., P.A. Where your changes your life. City has lowered or maintained tax rate for 18 consecutive years Ann Romney draws overflow crowd in Largo Ryan rally Photo by JIM LAYFIELDRepublican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan stirs the crowd during a GOP victory rally Sept. 14 in Oldsmar. Ryan called for the end of sugar-high economics and more economic growth during his speech to about 2,000 supporters at R.E. Olds Park. He was introduced by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. By TOM GERMONDLARGO Ann Romney described her husband Mitt on Wednesday as a compassionate man who has been with her during her darkest hours, such as when she suffered from multiple sclerosis and breast cancer. Hes the kind of guy you can count on, Romney said, speaking to a crowd of 450 people at a Women for Mitt Rally at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. Hundreds more Romney supporters, waiting in line outside to attend the rally, were turned away because of fire safety standards pertaining to crowd capacity in the auditorium. Romney said she has not had the storybook marriage a lot of people think we have because of her bouts with diseases. This family knows what it is like to be really out of hope and who did I have standing next to me when I was in my darkest hour. I was feeling absolutely lost. And Mitt was there saying, You know what, Ann, I dont care how tough it gets, we are doing this together and Im by your side and were going to be OK. Speaking about highPhoto by TOM GERMONDAnn Romney speaks to a group of Republican supporters during a campaign rally at the Largo Community Center on Sept. 12. See ROMNEY, page 4AOptics of SPC campus played a role in Obama visit By BOB McCLURESEMINOLE The optics of the Seminole campus of St. Petersburg College had a lot to do with its selection for a campaign rally Sept. 8 by President Barack Obama. Seminole campus Provost Jim Olliver, who was the point man with the Obama campaign, said campaign officials were impressed with the schools Habitat Park and that was one of three reasons the college was selected. They said it looks like Florida, Olliver said. He (Obama) is coming to Florida and they specifically asked about the Habitat Park. Thats why they wanted this site. It wasnt that they wanted to come to St. Petersburg College and go to a gym. Olliver said another key for the selection was the fact that Obama enjoys speaking on college campuses. I think the president likes to speak at community colleges, Olliver said. They had scouted out this area. They liked the community. They liked the location. I think the reputation of the college and the community was No. 1. Another key, he believes, was the responsiveness of the staff at SPC. St. Pete College is just very responsive, Olliver said. St. Pete College delivered on a very short timetable and provided what they needed to move this thing forward, because initially we were one of many sites under consideration. The event began to unfold the evening of Sunday, Sept. 2 as Olliver sat at home in front of his computer reading and sending emails. It was Sunday night, at 6:59 p.m., when an email came in to me, said Olliver. It was from someone I had never heard of. It was Duncan Teater of the White House advance team. The email basically said the Photo courtesy of ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGEJim Olliver, left, provost of the Seminole campus of St. Petersburg College, shakes hands with President Barack Obama during a Sept. 8 campaign rally at SPC. Standing in back are SPC Student Government president Manny Martinez and SPC president Bill Law.Obama campaign is looking at some sites in the St. Pete area for a potential presidential visit. Could you put us in touch with someone at St. Petersburg College? The email was sent to me and our associate provost (Lynda Womer) but they misspelled her name and it only went to me. First of all, I thought it was a hoax, Olliver continued. Sure the White House is writing me Sunday night See SPC, page 4AHomeowners say $193 is too high ... See page 2A.
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We help people file for Bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. 080212727-584-8161200 Clearwater Largo Rd. So., LargoProfessional CompassionateU.S. Army VeteranI will explain so that you understand Residents complain about fines for watering violations By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Pinellas County Commissioners set aside a portion of public meetings for citizens comments, which can be on a variety of subjects. At two meetings in August, several citizens wanted to talk about their fines for water violations. The main complaint from those one-time violators was lack of notice and the steep price of the fine, $193. They wanted to know why they didnt receive a warning. Staff said it followed rules set by Southwest Florida Management District and had no choice in how violations were given. The answer didnt set well with the citizens or some commissioners. Terrie Grace, Pinellas County Water Conservation Compliance supervisor, detailed the process of enforcing water restrictions rules during the Sept. 6 commission meeting. She provided an overview of events after SWFWMDs executive director issued a water shortage emergency declaration May 9. Water restrictions went into effect immediately. The modified Phase II Severe Water Shortage Order reduced outside watering from two-days a week to only one, and the watering schedule the allowed day to water changed. Watering was restricted to the hours before 8 a.m. and after 6 p.m. The fine for violations is $193 and can increase to $500 for repeat offenders upon the discretion of the courts. During emergency orders, county compliance officers have no choice but to write citations without giving a warning, according to Swiftmuds rules. Pinellas County Code aligns with the states code, Grace said. Its not different in any way, she said. She described the three-part process her department uses to track potential violations. Enforcement typically begins with a citizen complaint. Citizens can call a hotline number and leave a voice mail about water violations 24/7 or they can call customer service during regular business hours. Notice of the complaint is sent the Utilities customer and a notification is sent to compliance officers to patrol the area for 60 days. If no violations are observed and if there are no additional complaints, the case is closed. Compliance officers who observe violations make sure there are no exceptions in place for the property, Grace said. For example, mixed addresses, shared irrigation sources, installation of new sod and landscape or chemical applications. Confirmed violations are entered into the computer system. A notice of ordinance violation is printed and left on the door of the residence, left with the customer or mailed to the billing address. Sometimes the violation is observed and ticket issued at 2 oclock in the morning. We dont knock on the door, Grace said. She reported that her department has a 99.5 percent accuracy rate. Were proud of the work we do, she said. Were accurate, cost effective and innovative. She explained that the events of May 9 differed from the normal process by which Swiftmud issues emergency water restriction orders because it was an executive order. When an order is issued by the Swiftmud Board, it usually is an effective date in the future, she said. This one was effective the minute it was signed (May 9), Grace told the commission. Citizens had 14 days to make the required changes before risking a fine for violations. Commissioner Ken Welch asked Grace how the change was communicated to customers. Several citizens who received fines complained about lack of notice. Grace said local newspapers, TV and radio stations and online news sources ran stories about drought conditions and new restrictions. Swiftmud and Utilities put out news releases. Utilities updated its Web page with the new watering schedule on May 10. Swiftmud ran an ad in the Tampa Tribune. Commissioner Norm Roche questioned the requirement to write citations in lieu of giving warnings. He said the language of the emergency order doesnt seem to be a requirement for citations without warnings. Staff said in a report to the Commission that the modified Phase II Severe Emergency Water Shortage declaration, effective May 9 through July 31, began immediately and required water utilities and other local enforcement agencies to issue a citation, without needing to first issue a warning, in response to a witnessed violation occurring more than 14 days after the declaration. I dont see where it says we cant, Roche said. That just says we dont have to. County Attorney Jim Bennett said the longstanding interpretation of Swiftmuds rules is that the emergency declaration puts a prohibition on warnings. He said he would contact Swiftmud and get clarification. Bostock agreed with Roche saying she didnt think the county was legally bound to issue citations without warnings. The lack of notice concerns me, she said. David Scott, executive director of the Department of Environment and Infrastructure, said staff was looking at every way we can to communication with citizens. With only 14 days and our billing cycle (everyother month), we cant do it (through bills), he said. In an emergency, we have a limited number of opportunities. The commission conceded it would prefer some flexibility in how citations could be issued. Bennett said the county had no intent to break the law. Ill find out the law, he said. Ill start making phone calls in the morning. Meanwhile, Grace will continue to explore alternatives to notifying the public about changes in water restrictions.Elections Office preparing to mail ballots By SUZETTE PORTERLARGO Pinellas Countys registered voters might want to get started on their homework. Although the general election is still more than a month away, Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections is preparing to send out approximately 2,700 mail ballots Sept. 21 to military and overseas voters. The tentative date to begin mailing an additional 244,000 to residents living in the United States is Oct. 2. The deadline to register to participate in the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 9. County residents can register at any public library, tax collectors office of elections office or online at votepinellas.com. Mail ballots can also be requested at the votepinellas.com or call 464-VOTE (8683), or email email@example.com. The 2012 ballot is longer than usual, consisting of four pages, so voters will make their choices on two cards. 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The Pinellas County Commission approved 6-1 a contract Sept. 6 with Fitch and Associates LLC for an operational analysis of emergency medical services and fire deployment and response. Roche voted no. Commissioner Ken Welch started the discussion wanting assurances that the scope of work was broad enough to encompass the commissions directive to study a variety of systems. Commissioner Neil Brickfield echoed Welchs concern. Assistant County Administrator Moe Freaney assured Brickfield that the wording was sufficient. I see single (option), not plural, Brickfield said. County Administrator LaSala said Fitch was charged with looking at what would work within Pinellas County, but would not be looking at an unlimited number of approaches. Pinellas County and local firefighters are at odds over the most affordable way to deliver emergency medical transport. Firefighters rejected a study done by the countys consultant. The county rejected a plan from two local firefighters advocating emergency and non-emergency transport by local fire departments in lieu of a private ambulance company. The Pinellas County Legislative Delegation got involved and gave a strong recommendation to have a third-party accounting firm to do a costanalysis. The county preferred to have the systems operationalized first to get a better idea of involved costs. Fitch won the bid to provide an operational analysis of the current system, the county consultants study and that provided by local firefighters. The commission also asked the company to look at hybrids consisting of a mix of ambulance and firebased transport. Theyll look in-depth at these three and any other in their professional judgment might work, LaSala said. I have a whole lot of concerns about this agenda item, Bostock said. Im worried were not going to get the information needed for decision-making. Weve got a great model now that worked great for 30 years, Brickfield said. I dont know if it will work for another 30 years. But I would like to know that in eight months, weve looked at the whole thing. Commissioner Chair John Morroni said he was surprised the vendor had not attended the meeting, adding that he also was concerned about the options. The point is I dont want to see one or two things, he said. I want to see a lot. As quickly as possible, Bostock added. Commissioner Karen Seel asked if the study could be done in less time than eight months. Assistant County Administrator Moe Freaney said although the work probably could be done in six to eight weeks, the contract called for the maximum amount of time. We want them to have proper time to vet out all the stakeholders, Freaney said. Seel asked if time could be gained by putting out the bid for an accounting firm. Freaney said it would be best to wait until the analysis is done. Seel pointed out that the bid process normally takes 60 days. The commission is looking to stop the upward spiral of costs for EMS. A millage rate increase was expected to pass at the final budget hearing on Sept. 18. The EMS millage rate also increased last year. Roche questioned the license agreement for the software to be used in the process. He questioned whether the countys computers could run the software and if staff could provide for the consultants other needs. He also had security concerns. County Administrator Bob LaSala said the process would be coordinated with Business Technology Services. Im not on board with this, Roche said. Thats not a reflection on Fitch. This is incredibly frustrating, said Commissioner Susan Latvala. We did a study. It was a beautiful report on how to save money. Thats what it is all about, making the system more affordable. But it turned into everyone getting what they want. Making everyone happy is not our job. Its insane to say we have many options. Let the experts do their job. And dont pick it apart when it comes back in. This is just crazy. This is the reason I wont support this, Roche said. I dont think we know what were doing. I want a study that will hand this board numbers, not recommendations. Were already in a half million on this. I think were making it more complicated than it is, Welch said. He outlined five options the current system, the county consultants recommendations, the firefighters plan, a hybrid of fire transport for emergencies only and a hybrid that used fire department transport only by those departments that are willing and able. Weve all worked very hard, Seel said. We need to know what the cost is to do the different models. We can get into the political later.
4A SEB Beacon, September 20, 2012city has been able to maintain services without increasing taxes. The city is trying to diversify its cash stream so that if one area is hit you can typically absorb that without too much of a problem, Kyne said. This has been a unique situation (in recent years) where we have had three different areas hit and theyre in the recovery stage now. Were still running negative on property tax, sales tax and licensing numbers are still down but theyre beginning to improve. The 2013 budget represents an 8 percent decrease in spending from the current budget. A total of 54 percent, or $8.1 million, is ticketed for the fire department, which is a 1.8 percent decrease from the current budget. The biggest cuts in the new budget will come in Public Works (down $396,081) and the city administration (down $650,311). Councilors also passed a special events fund budget of $89,150; the debt services fund of $713,659; and a tree/landscape mitigation fund budget of $50,000. A copy of the budget is available online on the citys website at www.myseminole.com. Hard copies are available at the front desk of city hall and at the city library in the general reference section. In other action, councilors: Passed an ordinance on second reading authorizing a budget amendment to increase the Administration Land Acquisition Account for the purpose of purchasing the 8-acre Jesses Landing site for a future city park. The funding source is from CIP, Penny for Pinellas and $400,000 from the city unreserved fund balance. Approved spending up to $21,000 for the replacement of two mini-split air conditioning systems. One system services the city hall audio-visual equipment room and the other cools the city hall server room. Royal Aire Mechanical Services provided the lowest overall bid at $18,890. Approved spending up to $270,000 from the fire department operating fund and city Capital Improvement Plan fund to purchase 45 self-contained breathing devices. COUNCIL, from page 1Aunemployment and people struggling, Romney said, I know there are 23 million Americans that need his help. Help is on the way, she said, to loud applause and cheers. She discussed deeds her husband has done when the television cameras arent on and no reporters are watching, such as being at the bedside of a friends son who is dying of leukemia. Romney also said that Mitt got a telephone call on a cold winter day from a friend who said his daughters heat has just been shut off in Boston. What did Mitt do? Piled the boys in the car, piled a whole bunch of logs in the trunk. Filled the truck up. Went to her home, took food, got her through the night and in the morning he made sure there was money to pay her bills and get the heat turned back on, she said. Mitt isnt the kind of person who talks about such experiences, she said, which have helped her children grow into the most extraordinary young men. [Mitts} going to be there for you; hes going to be there for millions of Americans. He is going to be the one thats going to turn the key to the economic engine and get this country going, Romney said. Also speaking was Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, the chair of Florida for Women for Mitt. Bondi roused the audience when she said she was so sick of hearing about this anti-women references about the Republican Party. Mitt Romneys lieutenant governor was a woman, his chief of staff was a woman. He put women in high-ranking positions in all of his businesses, and the woman he respects more than anyone in the world is Ann Romney, Bondi said. She called Ann Romney kind and compassionate and yet she is tough, and she is brilliant and she is going to make one heck of a first lady. Attendees at the event, brandishing campaign placards and buttons and American flags, were enthusiastic about Romneys election bid in November. Belinda Jones drove from Dade City to hear Ann Romney speak. I think we have a great chance, she said. Robin Mayo of Clearwater said she has been involved in the Republican Party in wanting to change this country back to a different time. Priority Im a fiscal conservative. Ive worked on the Marco Rubio campaign for a year. I did meet Mitt Romney on the campaign trail during that time. He has been very helpful to a lot of Senate and congressional candidates over the years, since 2008. Im very excited about Ann Romney coming to town. Its thrilling, said Brent Narrog of Pinellas Park. There are a lot of people here. We have an overflow crowd. We have people outside. We are going to win this election. ROMNEY, from page 1Aabout a visit, sure. But I was curious enough that I Googled (Teaters) name and sure enough, he works at the White House. So I figured what do I have to lose. So I wrote him back six minutes later and told him were always looking for opportunities at St. Petersburg College. I said wed love to have the president on campus. Where do we go from here? A couple minutes later he writes me back and said Id like to have you call me tonight and gave me his cell phone number. By 7:15 p.m., he was on the phone with Teater. He said were looking at a number of potential sites in the St. Petersburg area and one of the sites weve looking at is the Seminole campus and your Habitat Park, Olliver said. He said we know you have a joint-use library. So he knew things about the campus. It was obvious they had been on the campus and specifically they said they like the optics of the Habitat Park. At that point, Olliver notified SPC president Bill Law and Tonjua Williams, the schools vice president for academic and student affairs, who both gave him the green light to proceed. From there, Olliver and executive assistant Carol Brandt began hammering out details Monday on a contract for the campaign to rent the campus. Specifically, Teater asked for a site next to Habitat Park and five rooms inside the University Partnership Center. We worked three or four hours on Labor Day and we pulled together our rental contract and sent that to them, said Olliver. Strangely, during their work, they noticed two younger men down in the grassy area walking around in front of Habitat Park and later found out they were from the campaign. They were there to measure off the area. The next step was a meeting at 8 a.m. Tuesday. So the next thing, I get on the phone with a broad spectrum of people, said Olliver. I called Dan Bartow, our head of security, and I say Ive got to swear you to secrecy but were a potential site for a presidential visit. What I havent told anyone, except Carol, is that were talking about the following Saturday. So anyway, I arrange with about a half dozen of our staff to meet with Teater, Olliver said. So the next morning comes and he shows up with a dozen people. Hes got all these young people. Hes got the communications team. Hes got the crowd team and all these other people. We all introduce ourselves and I say Duncan, you might want to tell folks some more parameters of this. Thats when he says this coming off Saturday. You could just see them go ugh. At that point, Teater and his team were estimating a crowd of 6,000. To me that sounded like a big number, Olliver said. So we broke off into meetings in sub-groups. Later on, Duncan says he likes what hes hearing and he wanted to have some additional conversations. Not long after that, the contract was signed for an disclosed amount and the event moved forward, pending Secret Service approval. The whole college came together, said Olliver. They (campaign advance team) were stunned we had moved so fast. By 11 a.m. on Tuesday, the Secret Service was becoming involved. They had to feel secure they could secure the place for the president, Olliver said. By early afternoon, it was set but no official word had come from the campaign to the media. Around 3 p.m., it happened. The phones at SPC started ringing off the hook. The campus was buzzing, Olliver said. But there were still a couple of problems the campaign was concerned with weather and the lack of parking. A quick call to Roger Edelman at the Seminole Chamber of Commerce set the initial stage for the Seminole Mall to be used as a parking site. The campaign arranged for buses to transport supporters. Then there was the question of weather. They needed a Plan B, they were talking to the school district and Plan B was going to be one of the school gyms, Olliver said. They were talking to several. But all of those gyms are considerably smaller than here so they decided its just going to happen here. Admission tickets were distributed Wednesday at 5 p.m. at five SPC campuses. Campaign workers constructed the stage and bleachers on Friday. Then Saturday, we all got up and we were all having prayers for sunny skies, Olliver said. As it tuned out we had just a few sprinkles but the clouds kept it cooler. About 5:30 a.m. Saturday, the Secret Service showed up to conduct a security sweep of the UPC. After requesting school officials to leave everything unlocked, every drawer and file was inspected. They said if we cant open it, well find a way to open it, Olliver recalled. Basically, they said not opening it is not an option. Around 11 a.m., Olliver, SPC president Bill Law, SPC board chairman Devron Givens and Manny Martinez, president of the campus Student Government, were invited to greet the president upon his arrival. About 11 a.m., were standing in the hallway next to the Collaborative Commons, said Olliver. So were standing there in the hallway and were getting a blow by blow of where the motorcade is. All of a sudden we see all this scurrying of activity and the (campaign) photographer comes first and hes taking pictures. And down the hall walks in the President of the United States and greets Devron, Manny and Dr. Law and me. He stayed for a while for pictures and talked at length with Manny, asking where he grew up and where he is from. He was just as personable as could be. Outside, more than 11,000 supporters waited to hear the president speak. They later told us this was the biggest rally theyve had in Florida, Olliver said. Campaign workers distributed 25,000 bottles of water and cleaned up and recycled all the empty bottles within hours after the rally ended. Those attending the event battled high humidity and warm temperatures throughout the morning. According to Seminole Fire Rescue, which provided first responder service, there were 108 calls for help related to heat exhaustion and 15 of those were transported to area hospitals. SPC, from page 1A Music in the Park Photo courtesy of CHRISTI VALE AND SEQUELThe city of Seminoles Music in the Park series continues Friday, Sept. 21, 7 p.m., at City Park, 7464 Ridge Road, with the sound of Christi Vale and Sequel. The group plays everything from country to pop to 1980s classics. Admission is free. Big cats Photo by BOB McCLUREA pair of tigers from the Shelter for Exotic Animals and Large Cats, located at 82nd Avenue and Starkey Road, drew quite a buzz from spectators Sept. 15 when their owners pulled into Dairy Queen on Park Boulevard for a quick snack. The tigers had earlier been on display at a birthday party.2013 Cougars calendar goes on saleThe publisher of the Cougars of Florida series of charity calendars has announced that a third edition is now in production. The 2013 Classic Beauties of Florida calendar is on sale beginning this month at www.Cougarsof florida.com as well as at calendar signings in the Tampa area, the schedule of which can be found online. The 2013 theme is Classic Beauties of Florida and a portion of proceeds will benefit Quantum Leap Farm of Odessa, a nonprofit, nationally-recognized equestrian program that serves injured and disabled civilian adults and children, military service members and their families. The first edition celebrating that raised $11,000 for the Clearwater Marine Aquarium; a second edition not only raised funds for Big Cat Rescue, a large exotic cat sanctuary, but was also sent to soldiers overseas in support of their service. After Veterans Day the organization shipped more than 300 calendars free of charge. The 2013 edition will have a new look: www.Kimi Carrier.com, www.SalonIslandEstates.com, all helping to illustrate this years horsepower theme through visuals that utilize horse and sports car motifs.Around Seminole Vice Mayor plans Citizenss Fall ChatSEMINOLE Vice-Mayor Leslie Waters will be available for a Citizens Fall Chat at Dairy Queen, 10820 Park Blvd., on Thursday, Sept. 27, 3 to 4 p.m., to discuss city issues of importance to residents.Kiwanis Club car raffle to help SHS bandSEMINOLE The Kiwanis Club of Seminole is conducting a raffle for a 2012 Mini Cooper that will benefit the Seminole High School marching band and its fundraising efforts to participate in the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade. The club is purchasing a 2012 Mini Cooper Baker Street Limited Edition from Mini of Wesley Chapel for about $25,000. Raffle tickets are $25 each. Club members hope to sell 4,000 tickets, which would raise $100,000 and net about $75,000 after the expense of the car purchase. The drawing will be held Saturday, Oct. 6, at the conclusion of the bands annual Seminole Sound Spectacular event at Seminole High. For ticket information, call 481-5419. The Tournament of Roses Parade is Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif.Canned goods drive slatedSEMINOLE Members of the Seminole City Council in conjunction with the Seminole Teen Board and Seminole Boy Scouts plan a citywide canned goods drive Oct. 1 to 31. All products will be donated to Aldersgate United Methodist Church, which will distribute the canned goods to area residents in need. Canned goods can be dropped off at: Seminole city hall, 9199 113th St. Seminole Chamber of Commerce, 7985 113th St. Seminole Garden Florist and Party Store, 13030 Park Blvd. Barnhorn Financials, 8338 Seminole Blvd. Hottins Trophies, 9275 Park Blvd. The dental office of Dr. Sandra Lilo, 8300 113th St. Centratel Telephone Systems, 11193 Seminole Blvd. Bike Pros, 9185 Park Blvd. Yoga 4 All and Serene Body Care, 8812-8836 Seminole Blvd. For more information, call Vice Mayor Leslie Waters at 391-0204, ext. 102, or 399-9968.City plans senior bus tripsSEMINOLE The City of Seminole has numerous day trips planned for seniors. They include visits to the Seminole Hard Rock Casino, Ringling Museum, St. Armands Circle, Florida Aquarium, Medieval Times, city of Gulfport, IKEA Furniture, International Mall, Solomons Castle, Ice! at Gaylord Palms and the Show Palace. Folks interested in participating should register as soon as possible. Call Kristyn at 391-8345.Ely to address Historical SocietySEMINOLE Mark Ely, community development director for the city of Seminole, will be the speaker at the next meeting of the Seminole Historical Society on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 7 p.m., in Room 210B of the Seminole Recreation Center, 9100 113th St. Ely will discuss the citys present and future. Admission is free and the public is invited. For more information, call 391-1433.Junior Womans Club plans bunco fundraiserSEMINOLE The GFWC Seminole Junior Womans Club plans a bunco fundraiser Friday, Sept. 21, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Lake Seminole Square, 8333 Seminole Blvd. The festivities will include a 50/50 drawing, silent auction and prizes. The event is being held in conjunction with the clubs 50th anniversary. Tickets are $20. Business sponsorships are available starting at $80. Tickets are available at the Seminole Chamber of Commerce, 7985 113th St., Suite 208. For more information, call 392-3245 or contact Penny at 415-2423.Fundraiser to benefit Humane SocietySEMINOLE Cruising for Critters, a motorcycle fun run that benefits the Humane Society of Pinellas, is set Saturday, Sept. 29. The run begins and ends at Screwy Louies Porpoise Pub, 8701 Seminole Blvd. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the group takes off at 11. Participation is $20 per vehicle (open to cars too). Participants receive a gift pack. The fun continues for free all day at the Porpoise Pub with door prizes, giveaways, live music, live and silent auctions, games, and contests. Vendor space is available for $20. Email Lou at email@example.com.
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According to Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies, Bailey Hartman, 20, was traveling south on Belcher Road when an unidentified vehicle traveling northbound made a U-turn in front of her apparently cutting her off. Deputies said Hartman took evasive action to avoid a collision but lost control and crashed into a retention pond at the corner of Belcher and Solon avenues. Joseph Daniel Isabelle, 46, was driving by and witnessed the crash. Deputies said Isabelle immediately pulled over, removed his shirt, set aside his cell phone and jumped into the water. Isabelle assisted Hartman out of her car through her open window. Her window was open because her AC was not working. Isabelle then helped Hartman get to the embankment about 20 to 25 feet away. He remained with her until EMS arrived on scene. Neither Hartman nor Isabelle was injured. Hartmans vehicle did become completely submerged. The Sheriffs Office dive team responded to recover the vehicle. The only description available on the unidentified vehicle that cut Hartman off is it may be a black, two-door, possibly a Chevy. The investigation continues.Sheriffs Office seeks crossing guardsLARGO The Pinellas County Sheriffs Office is seeking several qualified applicants for school crossing guard positions to help keep Pinellas children safe as they travel to and from school. School Crossing guards assist children and other pedestrian traffic across streets at designated intersections during the hours when children are going to and returning from school. Crossing Guards are expected to remain alert at all times to prevent hazardous traffic situations and help children travel to and from school in a safe manner. They must have knowledge of basic traffic laws, as well as be reliable and dependable. As with all Sheriffs Office positions, applicants must submit to background checks and a polygraph test. 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Jensen said he hoped the presentation would get the creative juices flowing and spark some ideas among the participants in the interactive session to follow. The chief revision to the initial plan presented at an earlier meeting was the addition of the athletic fields and recreation center to the project. A reconfiguring of the playing fields and construction of a new recreation center on a point with a great view of the water was proposed, at a cost of $3 million. Fences along the water would be removed and a new walkway built, providing a wonderful place to walk a loop and have nice views, Jensen said. The new fire station would have a drive in and out bay completely separated from the pedestrian and visitor traffic at city hall. A single row of parking would be spread along the edge of the city hall building, getting people closer to the front entrance. A multipurpose building with a fitness center and multipurpose room would be separate from city hall, so functions could be held there while city hall was locked and secure. All city hall offices would be as close to the water as possible, Jensen said. Open office spaces are planned, and corridors would be eliminated. Floor plans have been worked through with city staff members to meet their needs. Pictures of buildings in Key West and other Florida cities were shown as examples of what the proposed Key West style architecture would look like. Recent city hall trends that favor buildings with large overhangs and columns were also shown. Other ideas for the complex included a boardwalk experience similar to Johns Pass Village, and fountains to play in. Steps to the city hall entry, needed because of the building elevation required, were seen as also offering a place to sit and meet a friend. All buildings would be constructed of sustainable, energy-efficient materials, and allow plenty of natural light. The city center complex is envisioned as a family friendly, fun place to be, Jensen said. We want the city hall to serve people in a civic and business way, but also to be a place for pleasure events and a source of civic pride, he said. Fronting the multi-purpose building would be a town square, where people could meet and mingle, Jensen said. Canopies would provide shade. Movies on the lawn could be held in this area. Following the presentation, residents and commission members were invited to meet with the architects and tell us what qualities and environment your city hall complex should possess. Those who spoke afterward during the public comment portion offered few ideas, but had a lot of concerns about the projects cost and its financing. How are we going to pay for this, former Commissioner Marv Merrill wanted to know. Borrowing the $5 million Merrill estimated would be needed to finish the project would cost the city about $300,000 a year in interest payments, he said. Property taxes would have to be raised by up to 15 percent to finance the project, Merrill said. Resident Bill Mohns estimated the average household would pay $2,600 to build the city center. The project is not fiscally responsible, he said. We have a lot of needs that are a lot more important than a $6 million city hall, Mohns said. Mohns wife June said she was frustrated that a needs analysis of the project was not done. The city has an older population that would make limited use of amenities such as a fitness center, she said. Commission members were reluctant to move the municipal center complex forward without getting more input on its viability. Mayor Travis Palladeno said he believes in the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle. Were a small city with 4,200 people, he said. It seems strange to spend millions of dollars on 4,200 residents. Vice Mayor Robin Vander Velde said she definitely wants to look at the different options available to pay for the city center. Commissioner Terry Lister said he needs to hear from more residents before I can go forward with a $6 million project. More input is needed on what the people want, Palladeno agreed. Everybody needs to be comfortable with it, he said. If not, we dont spend the largest price tag weve had in quite some time.The project is not fiscally responsible. We have a lot of needs that are a lot more important than a $6 million city hall. Bill Mohns Madeira Beach resident
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Gourmet kitchen, great room with fireplace and den/office. 10-foot ceilings give it the open feel with neutral tile and crown molding.Laura HarrisonRealty Executives Adamo 4BR/3BA/2CG $470,000 SOLD092012 Short Sales Residential/Commercial Closings 1031 Exchanges Reverse Mortgages For Sale By Owner Packages Available 8640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 Seminole Title Company 392-5906081612 Kelly Machbitz, Broker-AssociateSpecializing in Beachfront LivingUltimar lll, #1607 $1,200,000 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath 2,464 Square Feet Home Warranty Beachfront Condo Corner Unit with 3 Balconies Unobstructed Gulf and Intercoastal Views Ultimar ll $510,000 2 Bed / 2 Bath 1,255 Square Feet High Floor with Balcony Overlooking Gulf Split Plan with Eat-In Kitchen 1 Car GarageCall 727-515-6654Gulf To Bay Real Estate, Inc. www.YourBeachRealEstate.com81612 092012 For more info about me & my listings, scan this QR code or visit my website at www.MaryKSells.com.Century 21 Hall of Fame Member & Centurion Producer The Mary K Team Mary Kottich, Realtor727-398-7771 x1011727-510-5251MKottich@aol.comExperiencedKnowledgeableHard WorkingDependableDetail Oriented 8668 Park Blvd. Ste G Seminole, FL 33777 www.MaryKSells.com Shipwatch Condo2BR/2BA/1CG w/1,312 Sq. Ft. 1st floor, Conservation View Near Beach, Water Access 1 Pet OK, 90 Day Lease $159,900 Oakhurst Short Sale2BR/1BA/2CG, 1,154 Sq. Ft. Remodeled Kitchen Fenced backyard Seminole Schools $89,900 Sawgrass Townhome3BR/2.5BA/2CG w/1,420 Sq. Ft. Like new Built in 2010 Open plan, Vaulted ceilings Community Pool $154,000 Largo Short Sale2BR/1.5BA/1CG w/845 Sq. Ft. Handyman Special Close to Beach Inground Pool $85,000 Clearwater Townhouse3BR/2.5BA/2CG w/1,566 Sq. Ft. Townhouse w/pond view Fresh paint & carpet Bonus enclosed FL room $115,900 Somerset Lakes3BR/2BA w/1,472 Sq. Ft. Swimming Pool Updates throughout Screened Patio $129,900 SOLD REDUCED Longtime beach eatery celebrates 30th anniversary By BRIAN GOFFNORTH REDINGTON BEACH If you have ever dropped into the Frog Pond restaurant in North Redington Beach and tried to chat with owner David Hitterman you know how tough it can be. Hitterman seldom keeps still. If he isnt answering the phone, hes wiping a table. If he isnt picking up dishes, hes greeting an old friend at the door. Perhaps that is why the Frog Pond, at 16909 Gulf Blvd., just celebrated its 30th anniversary over the Labor Day weekend. David is just the man to ask about the history of this iconic establishment. The Frog Pond was actually started by friends Dennis Merkle and Bill McGabren in 1982, he said. They had friends in Rochester, N.Y., who owned a restaurant called Charlies Frog Pond so they fashioned the local Frog Pond, right where it is today, after that. The Frog Pond was so successful that Dennis and Bill opened four others, in Dunedin, Bardmoor, Northwood in the Countryside area, and St. Pete Beach. Over time it became too much so they sold the newer locations but kept the original in North Redington Beach. Fate intervened causing the friends to sell their original establishment as well. Bill had colon cancer and it became too much so they sold the final piece, he said. They sold the business but kept the name. Now enter Hitterman. I had come down from Indiana right after I graduated from high school, he said. I got a job in the restaurant at the old Tides Bath Club. Bill and Dennis came to work there after they sold the Frog Pond and that is where I met them. The new owners of the Frog Pond couldnt make a go of it so at the urging of the landlords Dennis and Bill, who was in remission by then, decided to reopen the Frog Pond and they took David with them. That was on Labor Day weekend in 1989, said David. I became a partner after that and weve been going ever since. For some time David has been operating the Frog Pond by himself. Dennis and Bill retired and moved to Georgia. Earlier this year Bill McGabren passed away. David fondly remembers his early days with Dennis and Bill. It was very good, I did a lot of learning, he said. I had good teachers so after they left I took care of the day to day headaches, it all went smoothly. Still, there has to be some reason why the Frog Pond has lasted as long as it has. Hitterman is sure he knows why. You have to remain consistent, he said. If you dont change, people will come back time and time again. Seventy percent of our business is repeat business. When asked if the Frog Pond has a signature dish he doesnt have to think about it. Our eggs Benedict, the hollandaise sauce is made from scratch with the same recipe for the past 30 years. Peg and George Pesut of Largo are two of the customers who keep coming back. In fact, Peg used to wait tables at the Frog Pond. I can remember working here when David was waiting tables too, she said. I worked here for about 10 years on and off. Now we are just customers. Weve been coming here for about 25 years and well continue to come here. Peg says they have become great friends of Hitterman and he prides himself on how many customers have become good close friends. We have been on vacation with many of the people who come here regularly, he said. This is a family oriented place. I have watched several generations of the same family come in here. Sadly weve seen too many of our customers pass away, our friends are getting older. Yet, David continues to expand the business. In 2006, we opened up in St. Pete Beach, he said. It is right next door to the old location. David owns the St. Pete Beach location by himself but the menu and the operation mirrors the location in North Redington. As for the future, David, 51, says he isnt close to retiring yet. And he isnt sure he ever will. I suspect when the time comes Ill cut my hours back from 70 hours a week to 40 hours, that would be good, he said. Even when Im on vacation Im only an email away, Im never really away. The Frog Pond is open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays. Photo by BRIAN GOFFDavid Hitterman, owner of the Frog Pond, takes a break during the 30th anniversary weekend of the Frog Pond in North Redington Beach.
10A Business Beacon, September 20, 2012 ObituariesRecognizing that some readers wish to share the life and loss of a loved one with the community, Tampa Bay Newspapers publishes paid obituaries in our weekly papers. The deadline for submitting obituary information is 9 a.m. on Monday, for that weeks papers. Obituaries will publish in all six of our papers. Obituary information should include: full name, age, city and date of death. You may also choose to include the names of living and/or predeceased relatives, work history, clubs and/or activities that they participated in. If you wish to include the name of the funeral home handling arrangements keep in mind that we are a weekly publication and the paper may publish after the services have taken place. For further information, including cost, please call Tampa Bay Newspapers at 727-397-5563, or you can submit your information through our Web site, www.TBNweekly.com, or by e-mail at: obits@TBNweekly.com.80510 16725 Gulf Boulevard N. Redington Beach, Fl. 33708 15023 Gulf Boulevard Madeira Beach, Fl. 33708Florida Region092012 Keith and Nick Fraser would like to thank the following Realtors who cooperated with RE/MAX All Star associates to achieve successful transaction closings in August 2012. Many thanks and congratulations to all concerned for your success in August, and our very best wishes for the futur e fr om RE/MAX All Star management and agents.727-391-9599Raymond Hoeneisen Betty Youmans Archie Campbell Fred Bullard Frank Lombard Dorita Mayeaux David Smith Jason Maniecki Tom Cato Lauren Gause Patty Clark Ron Jackson Mary Triay Debra Del Rio Joni Matlock Betty Buzzell Michael Lynch Joanne Wood Maggie Smith David Yost Linda Lowe Roger DuvalCongratulations also to our associates who sold one or more of their own listings.Nancy ScottSteve BusseDiane BaslerOtniel Gil Financing AvailableLicensed Insurance, Real Estate Appraiser and Property Management Broker since 1972.Hotz Insurance a Division of Hotz Enterprises. 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Exceptional Commercial & Residential PropertiesBeach Motel For SaleOffered at $2,375,000Incredible views from this 16 unit motel directly on the white sands of the Gulf of Mexico, in a popular resort community. 5-1BA apartments, 7 efficiencies and 4 motel rooms, plus a large office, Heated swimming pool and many other amenities.West Bay Professional BuildingOffered at $394,500Beautifully remodeled professional building located on heavily trafficked West Bay Drive. Ideal for accountant, attorney, real etate office or many other uses. Easily convertible into 2-3 units. Interior must be seen. Jefferson Ave. ApartmentsOffered at $534,90012 unit apartment building with strong rental history 4-two bedroom and 8-one bedroom apartments newer roof and many recent improvements sellers are retiring after many years of ownership Redington ShoresOffered at $199,000Excellent opportunity to purchase a waterfront commercial condominium in beautiful Redington Shores, and on busy Gulf Blvd. Complex is anchored by BB&T bank, this unit is 1,675 sq. ft., and is available for sale, lease, or owner will hold financing. Starkey Road in LargoOffered at $1,639,000Well located with 346 feet of frontage on busy Starkey Road in Mid-PInellas, this 16,420 sq. ft. building is ideal for showroom, retail, or light industrial use. Warehouse space in back totals about 6,000 sq. ft., and the buildings sit on approximately 2.96 acres. The PreserveOffered at $199,5002 bedroom, 2 bath condominium located in a beautiful golf course community. Built in 1999, features include high ceilings, breakfast bar and a master walk-in closet.Bayou WestOffered at $389,9004 Bedroom, 3 bath home built in 2001 with 3 car garage and 3,500 heated sq. feet. Bonus room or 5th Bedroom, heated pool, and so much more. Madeira BeachReduced to $849,9999 unit waterfront inn, directly across the street from the Gulf of Mexico. Includes 6 boat slips, 3 docks, large heated pool, owners apartment and 8 studio guest rooms with full kitchen 092012 CONTRACT PENDING Real Estate Champions 4350 Duhme Rd., Madeira Beach, FL 33708For more details visit C21champs.com/MLS.Ad092012 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY www.c21champs.comEach Ofce Independently owned & operated727-398-2774 UNIQUE OPPORTUNITYOver 4,000 sq. ft. and nine individually rented offices. 23 parking spaces. Centrally located with ease of access to downtown St. Pete, interstate, beaches, Tyrone So., Pasadena & Seminole. Have your own office & rent out the rest for your expenses. Zoned crt. MLS#U7457505. Robertson. $295,000. STUNNING WATER VIEWSFrom the large private balcony/sunroom area overlooking the heated swimming pool. Only 4 units in this very well-maintained building located in a quiet and serene area on Treasure Island. 2BR/2BA unit is bright, clean and features an open living plan with beautiful tile flooring throughout the main living area and Berber carpeting in the bedrooms. Convenient under-building parking, guest parking and large extra storage space. Maintenance fees include use of boat slip and lift. Being sold completely furnished. Come enjoy the refreshing breezes off the water and spectacular sunsets at the beach. Perfect location for entertaining family and friends or just getting away. MLS#U7534599. Carhart. $227,900. ALL AGE CONDOIn the city limits of Seminole right next to the Pinellas Bike Trail and the City of Seminole Park. Beautiful 2BR/2BA unit with vaulted ceilings has a serene and peaceful wooded view from your screenedin balcony. Kitchen has all stainless steel appliances, inside laundry room (with washer and dryer), assigned parking, car wash area and community pool. Everything you need is close by, shopping, bus stop, St. Petersburg College Seminole Campus, library, post office, county park and the Gulf beaches within a 2-mile radius. An extra bonus is "free use" of Seminole Recreation Center for all city residents. Condo maintenance fees are a reasonable $250 a month. Really nice complex and well maintained. MLS#U7558799. Schnitzler. $77,500. THE TIDESTop floor, never been rented, spotless and professionally decorated unit is being offered completely furnished. Comes with custom finishes that set it above the others Corian counters, crown moldings and built-ins to name a few. Large tiled balcony has electric hurricane shutters and breathtaking direct gulf views. Under-building parking. Premier gated gulf front beach community with almost a quarter mile of beach front! Complex features 3 heated pools and 2 spas. Large clubhouse has a full fitness room, party room, game room, meeting rooms and a massage/relaxation room with an on-call therapist. Close to popular cafes and restaurants. Enjoy the luxury vacation lifestyle year round! MLS#U7541471. Steiermann. $610,000. A RARE FIND!Neat and clean waterfront villa that offers 2BR/2BA with large carport with storage room. This is a rare villa that offers a large open kitchen, a large living room that flows into a relaxing light and bright Florida room with views of the mangroves. Inside utility that includes a nice washer and dryer. Villa is nestled in a community in Seminole/Largo that allows use of a boat ramp, fishing pier, two clubhouses, two pools (one heated), fitness room and tennis courts. Complex is located along the Intracoastal Waterway. Just a short drive to some of Florida's most popular beaches and restaurants. No age restrictions. MLS#U7544716. McEntire. $120,000. GREAT LOCATION, CONVENIENT TO EVERYWHERELovely townhome with 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1 car garage; needs updating but in good condition. Desirable community. Washer and dryer in the unit. No age restrictions, 2 pets allowed, leasing allowed (minimum 90-days). Nice pond/lake behind unit but no flood zone. Well-maintained community with great amenities. Good location, convenient to everywhere. MLS#U7545270. Devine. $53,900. WALK TO SHOPPINGLeave the car at home and walk to stores, restaurants and banks across the street. Take the elevator to your 3rd floor end unit and enjoy the lush, tropical courtyard and pool view. Inside there is a kitchen with open pass-through to living/dining area. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and tile shower with grab bar. The comfy living area has sliders that open to a screen porch area. Enjoy an active community with heated pool, clubhouse, shuffleboard court and BBQ area. After 2 years of ownership, the unit can be rented for a minimum of 90 days. Located close to the interstate with quick access to Tampa International Airport and downtown St. Petersburg. MLS#U7553750. Schroeder. $45,900. DON'T LET THIS ONE GET AWAY!Spacious, open floor plan condo that shows like a model unit brand new kitchen used only one month. Freshly painted in Feb. 2012. New air conditioning unit in May 2012. Newer hot water heater. Wood, laminate floor looks like brand new!! Large kitchen pantry, large walkin closet in master bedroom. Stacking washer and dryer. Everything in good working order needs nothing. MLS#U7558457. Ruhland & Lofgren. $25,995. GREAT SEMINOLE NEIGHBORHOODLovely updated 2BR/2BA/1 car garage home on a large corner lot. Granite counters, maple cabinets, wood floors and updated bath. Don't miss this one! Seminole schools and close to Walsingham Park. MLS#U7558514. Manley. $89,900. MOVE-IN READY!2 bedroom 1 bath, block home features tile throughout. A detached 1 car garage offers plenty of storage. Relax in your private, screened Florida room off of the master bedroom! The kitchen features eating space and a built-in desk area with additional storage. Plenty of parking in the double driveway which leads to the detached one car garage. A fenced-in yard ensures privacy. Newer central heat/air. MLS#U7558565. Sundell & Enright. $57,000. Real estate news Keller Williams Gulfside names top producersLARGO Keller Williams Gulfside Realty recently announced its top producers for July 2012. Top producers included Maria Kadau, Denise Stonick, Becky Hencoski, Joe Hencoski, Laine Lopez, Jan Jackson, Sandie Cross, Dennis Straight, Andy Burwell and Ryan Straight.Smith & Associates negotiate leaseBELLEAIR Patrick Calhoon of Smith & Associates Real Estate Inc. successfully negotiated a lease for 4,750 square feet in the Raymond James Office Center at 2401 West Bay Drive. The new tenant is Architectural Concepts, who relocated from the Largo area. The 50,000-square-foot office park is anchored by Raymond James, and sits on a little over 4 acres. The landlord is Saybrook, LLC.Shopping Center Group sells Barclay SquareLARGO The Shopping Center Group, a retailonly real estate advisory firm, recently completed the sale of Barclay Square, a 99,000-square-foot grocery-anchored shopping center located in Largo for $10.8 million. The neighborhood center is anchored by a 42,000-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market, which offers fresh produce, meat and dairy products, bakery and deli items, household supplies, health and beauty aids and a pharmacy. The Shopping Center Group represented the seller, EDENS. The buyer is an affiliate of The Sterling Organization. Built in 1988 and renovated in 2008, Barclay Square is an active neighborhood center located at the intersection of Walsingham and Indian Rocks roads. The property is 82 percent leased with a tenant line-up of strong retailers, service providers and restaurants including the only Walmart Neighborhood Market in the city of Largo, Tuesday Morning, BeefOBradys, H&R Block and Goodyear Tires. Since Walmart Neighborhood Market first leased the former Kash N Karry space in 2009, consumer traffic to Barclay Square has steadily increased. This property is a solid investment with great value-add opportunity for the new owners, said Anthony Blanco in a press release. Blanco is director of investment sales for The Shopping Center Group. Walmart is one of the most credit-worthy tenants in the industry. This leading retailer positions Barclay Square for a rapid lease-up of the remaining vacant spaces to create a balanced merchandise mix that will continue to serve the needs of the surrounding communities for years to come. Dilip Chauhan Debi BaloghColdwell names top associatesSEMINOLE The Bayou/Bardmoor office of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate recently announced the top associates in its office for the month of August. Debi Balogh, who specializes in the Bayou/Bardmoor area, was recognized as the top-listing associate. Dilip Chauhan was the top-selling associate. Cathy King Marcy and Scott DanielsColdwell recognizes listing, sales leadersCLEARWATER The Coldwell Banker office in Clearwater recently announced its listings and sales leaders for August. The Marcy Daniels Team was the top sales associate. Cathy King was the top listing associate.Coldwell names top associatesST. PETERSBURG Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estates 66th Street office recently announced itstop associates forAugust. Deodoro Ted Tomaswas listings leader. Kevin Gallagher was sales leader. Renee Coflin was closed leader.Keller Williams Gulfsidecelebratesits top producer s for July 2012.Photo by BONNIE TREMBULAK
Viewpoints 11A Beacon, September 20, 2012MEMORANDUM TO: Lance Armstrong, testicular cancer survivor FROM: Tom OHara, testicular cancer survivor RE: Your annoying behavior Lance, please, please just take your money, go to a tropical island and stop talking. Please stop talking. I see you appeared before the World Cancer Congress on Aug. 29 and said: My name is Lance Armstrong. I am a cancer survivor. Im a father of five. And, yes, I won the Tour de France seven times. Lance, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency stripped you of those titles when you refused to contest charges that you used banned drugs and blood transfusions while winning those races. I dont have any respect for Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire and Roger Clemens, but they dont annoy me like you do. Its the cancer thing thats been driving me crazy for years. It drives me nuts when people make a career out of being a cancer survivor. I know your cancer had spread before you were diagnosed, but even so, the survival rates for testicular cancer are dramatic between 80 and 99 percent. You were diagnosed in 1996; I was diagnosed in 1984. Even back then, the doctors were matter-of-fact about my prognosis. Endure the surgeries and the chemo, they said, and youll be fine. I know the treatment is nasty. My chemo cocktail was similar to yours and I wouldnt wish those months of treatment on a suicide bomber. But as you said last week about fighting the drug allegations: Enough is enough. Please apply that wisdom to the cancer survivor shtick. Since the testicular cancer, Ive had cancer of the bladder and the prostate. Throw in some skin cancer, too. Its all been annoying and unpleasant, but most cancer is treatable these days. Surviving the disease does not make you special. I have to give you kudos for returning to cycling after the cancer. Youre clearly a gifted and dedicated athlete and Im sure getting back into shape was a struggle. But Im not aware of any research that shows that a testicular cancer survivor sustains any permanent damage to his athletic ability. You have one less testicle and a few scars. You also deserve a salute for your chutzpah and commanding personality. You were able to surround yourself for years with people who were so devoted to you that they helped you cheat. And you have such adoring fans. Its like a cult. For years Ive been mystified by the Lance Armstrong mystique. Its been clear for a long time that you were doping, but you were the Teflon cheater. I suspect part of it is that many cycling fans are zealots. Most of them ride themselves and they are a more intense breed than those of us who golf with a six-pack in the cart. The whole triumph over cancer narrative was just too inspiring. Kudos to your PR people. Theyve done impressive work. And you play the part very well. But the gig is up now. If you want to continue to raise money to fight cancer, I applaud you. But, please, try being a quiet and humble philanthropist from now on.A former managing editor of The Palm Beach Post and Cleveland Plain Dealer, Tom OHara is a national columnist for Florida Voices. Florida Voices Out of the sound and fury of the past year has come a question that on Election Day may well determine the fate of our country, if not the entire universe: Are you better off today than you were four years ago? The Polled Answers Institute (PAI) of Schellsburg, Pa., recently put that question to 1,355 Americans from all known socioeconomic-politico-erotic-psychotic sectors. Here are some of the replies the PAI received. Hector R., Maine. Yep. Four years ago I was living alone in a double-wide without a wife, a girl friend or even a dog to keep me company. Today I have a springer spaniel named Sam who wont shut up five minutes a day. Also a lady friend, Sarah, who cooks and cleans and hates Judge Judys TV program just as much as I do. You cant beat that lifestyle with a stick. Arleen W., Utah. Absolutely not. In 2008 I weighed 115 pounds and gave tango instructions to renegade Mormons in a secret hideaway 35 miles east of Salt Lake City. My husband Joe made a good living hauling marijuana for growers throughout the Northwest. Our house was paid for, and our children were safely in college. Then one day a tornado ripped through our valley and destroyed our house and my husbands truck, plus my tango school. Now Im flipping burgers in a Wendys, and I weigh 160 pounds. And its all Barack Obamas fault! David B., Ohio. What a cruel question! Im 87 years old and cant even remember what I had for breakfast today, let alone how things were four years ago. If you and your clipboard arent off my propitty within sixty seconds, Im gonna get my shotgun and pretend your backsides is a shooting gallery. Susan K., Florida. Better off today? Are you kidding? Four years ago I could buy prescription drugs from a hundred pill mills within 30 miles of where I live. I had buckets full of painkillers on my shelf. But then they elected a new attorney general, some blonde named Bondi, who started a campaign against crooked doctors and druggists. Today Im lucky to keep half a dozen hydrocodone pills in my purse. How are me and my friends supposed to enjoy life? Olive R., Kansas. I have three small children. Four years ago I was worried sick about how to keep my kids from hearing all kinds of dirty words on TV and radio. But the passage of time has solved the problem. With each month, as the language became even more foul, the networks have learned how to beep out all the bad stuff, obliterating it from my childrens ears. Today we can sit through hours of `Law and Order or the Chelsea Handler show without hearing a single cussword or obscenity. All we hear are beeps, and finally we switch to the Disney channel or Lawrence Welk re-runs. Isnt this a grand country? Fred K., Montana. Im much happier now. Im a would-be writer. In 2008 I hadnt sold a thing. No one knew my name. I was lonely. Editors keep rejecting my stuff because my grammer and speling was offul. I was ready to give up all thoughts of literary greatness. Then I discovered blogging, plus Facebook, Linkedin and other places on the web where you can publish your thoughts without some dumb editor looking over your shoulder. Today I spend sixty hours a week at my computer, telling all my friends about my lunch, my cat, a girl I once met and all sorts of other important stuff. I still havent sold a single line to a publisher, but now I dont care. On the web everyone can pretend to be a writer. Thats even better than actually being one. George M., Kentucky. Things have gone downhill. Back in the summer of 2008 me and my fishing buddies bought a cabin up on Wolverton Mountain, right next to a lake owned by a group of religious fanatics who believe in worshipping in the nude. The lake is loaded with all kinds of fish, and me and my buddies asked the owners if we could fish there. They said yes, providing we were nekkid as we fished, and sang at least four well-known hymns per hour as we sat in our boats. We agreed, but then we started forgetting the words to some of the hymns. The religious freaks said we had defaulted on our agreement, and kicked us off the lake. Is this what religious freedom has come to in America?Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Are you better off now? Or then?Its September. Life is much better now. Im not superstitious. I havent carried a rabbits foot in my pocket since I was 10 years old. But Ive always been leery of the summer months, especially July and August, because they seem to bring tidings of misery into my life. Mother Nature is a prime suspect. Shes always messing with me in the summer. Hurricane Charley, which romped through my neighborhood in Kissimmee in mid-August 2004, made a mess of my property, toppling a 15-foot oak tree and leaving an ever larger one listing badly. Then came Hurricane Frances. Then came Hurricane Jean. By the time those storms had left the area, I was ready to build a temple in my yard to the god Poseidon. No can do. I had to apologize to the great sea deity because the local government wouldnt issue me a permit to build a temple. Fast forward. Its dj vu all over again. As I write this, a huge oak tree limb lies in the courtyard of my condominium complex, compliments of the windbag Isaac. Our condo association has to get a permit to have it removed. Im so tired of looking at the clump of branches smothering the grass and other plantings, Im about to take matters into my own hands. Think Paul Bunyan. You tree killer, you, my friend Jim said, surveying the damage. Im not a tree killer. I happen to like oak trees, even though they give me year-round allergies, drop crud all over the condo property and are home to an assortment of inconsiderate animals that violate the noise ordinance. Any day now the tree will be removed, Im told. OK, Ill be patient. But if the god of the sea sends another storm our way, Im going to be all over that tree like the NCAA on Penn State. It wont be pretty. Remember the The Chainsaw Massacre? Did I tell you I hate summer? Isaac played tricks on us. Concerned about potential flood damage, our association president and myself implemented this ingenious plan to dig small trenches in the ground underneath where water runs off our roofs. At the time of this writing, we still hadnt heard from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on whether we needed a permit. Nearly threw my back out moving sandbags around. By the way, you can always spot the rookies at the sand piles. Besides having stupid looks on their faces, they come empty-handed. That would be me shovel less at the sand pile. Note to self: Buy a shovel. All Isaac did, besides blowing down a tree limb, was leave some puddles. Poseidon, Mother Nature or whoever is in charge, must like a good laugh now and then. About the time Isaac was bearing down on New Orleans, summer continued to haunt me. I came home one evening to find foulsmelling debris in my sink. So I called my plumber and told him that my sink is clogged upon imagination. What are putting down your sink, a opossum? he asked. My plumber performed a colonoscopy on the sinks drain line and gave me a discount because Im a valued member in good standing with the I-need-a-plumber-now program. Did I tell you my dishwasher also broke? The new one cost $400. I dont know if it actually cleans dishes, but it does have one redeeming quality: the noise it makes drowns out the sound of car stereos coming from my street and the DNC and RNC on my TV. OK, I sound like a pathetic whiner. Time to recite the wisdom of one of my favorite writers, the late American novelist, Sinclair Lewis: It has not yet been recorded that any human has gained a very large or permanent contentment from meditation upon the fact that he is better off than others. Touch. Im certainly better off than Sinclair Lewis; Im still above ground. 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Editor: Charles Graham posed the question that if I were a resident of St. Petersburg, would I take a train from St. Petersburg to Clearwater? and vice versa from Clearwater to St. Petersburg. My answer is yes if one of the following applied to me: If I were of a certain age; if I were physically handicapped; if I were blind; if I were deaf (inability to hear sirens); if I could not afford a vehicle; if I were prohibited from driving by law; if I wanted to avoid the rush hour. I would respond yes if at least one of the following were enacted by the rail company: If the train always left on time because the conductor would be fined for every minute late (as in France); if weekly or monthly passes were issued at a discount rate; if the light rail gave a smooth ride; if the rail had the right of way at all times; if the train stops were coordinated with the current bus system. Arthur Hebert Largo Are we the next Greece?Editor: Who cares that the United States in $16 trillion in debt? Who cares if neither party can put together a plan to get us out of the mess we are in? Who cares if we have 20 more years of the same as the past 20 years? Who cares if China and Saudi Arabia stop buying United States treasuries and the federal government can no longer give out food stamps, send out Social Security checks or unemployment checks? Who cares how much Romney has earned the last 10 years? Who cares if Obama gets elected and adds another $5 trillion to the national debt? If you watch all the excitement displayed at the two conventions, it is apparent that no one has really looked at what is happening. They are just carried away with the moment. Voters need to realize that both parties and the Federal Reserve have gotten us to where we are at. Everyone needs to start understanding what has been happening and that we are at the end of the road, so to speak. Those that think another four years of what we have gone through is not what they are going to get if Obama is re-elected, they need to get serious and understand just how close to the edge we as a nation are. Can Romney turn things around? It may just be too late for a turnaround. It is possible that the only thing that will turn us around is a total collapse. If voters dont start getting serious and develop an understanding of what is going on I would guess we need to think Greece. E.R. Lake Treasure IslandReader criticizes Obama coverageEditor: What are you thinking? Or are you thinking at all? I noticed that there is no email address for Bob McClure or Alexandra Lundahl that I can find, and these are two people that need to be kept safe. Their reporting was so filled with inaccuracies, false statements, and lack of substantiated facts that it is an embarrassment that you would publish such rubbish. If ever there was a need for a fact-checker it was in this reporting that you produced. As a journalism major from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, I am not a stranger to the written word. As a person who follows politics and has truly looked at both sides of the issues, I can tell you that Obama is not for the little guy and is heading us down the path to destruction. And that Mitt Romney is all that a president (not a community organizer) should be. God save us from lack of intelligence, distortion of the facts and the destructive influences of the mainstream and naive media such as the Seminole Beacon. Kaye Lovallo Coddington SeminoleEditors note: Tampa Bay Newspapers stands by its coverage of President Obamas visit to Seminole. The editors, Alexandra Lundahl and Bob McClure, accurately reported what Obama, his supporters and others said at the event Sept. 8. Newspapers routinely report statements made by public officials that readers may beli eve are misleading. 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12A Health and Fitness Beacon, September 20, 2012 Monica Doyle D.M.D., P.A.11240 Park Blvd. The Park Collection, next to Einstein Brothers Bagels727-398-0085 You Too Can Have A Beautiful Smile! In-House Denture Lab Tooth Colored Fillings Custom Dentures Porcelain Veneers Dental Implants Professional Hygiene Teeth Whitening Porcelain Crowns Periodental Surgery Soft Tissue Management NEW InvisalignOUR LIST OF COSMETIC SERVICES INCLUDES:Your Cosmetic Dentist in Seminole! Seminole Dentals staff shares one goal: to provide excellent care and high quality dentistry that will improve your health, comfort and appearance.Our highly trained staff is ready to give you the personalized, gentle care youre looking for.022312 We Appreciate Our CustomersStephen C. 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Levenson, MD, PA Elisa Icaza, MSN, ARNP Denisse Balcacer, MD Primary Care HIV Care Wound Care Internal Medicine Womens HealthNEW PATIENTS WELCOME Hablamos EspaolSeminole 8207 113th Street 397-3991 St. Petersburg 1700 66th Street N. 384-2479092012 Health news United Ostomy Association plans meeting in St. PeteST. PETERSBURG The local support group of the United Ostomy Association will meet Wednesday, Sept. 26, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at St. Anthonys Hospital, 1200 Seventh Ave. N. Attendees will have an opportunity to get needed information and education to find the tools necessary to continue living an active life. Participants also may share their triumphs and knowledge with those who are now facing the surgery. Refreshments will be served. Call Leslee Hall at 418-0820.Heart & Vascular Institute receives recognitionSAFETY HARBOR The Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida was recently awarded the Bridges to Excellence Cardiology Practice Recognition. This honor is given to physicians who deliver superior patient care according to strict standards established by Bridges to Excellence and the American College of Cardiology. The Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida is among a small select group of cardiology practices in the nation and one of only three in the state of Florida that have achieved the BTE Cardiology Practice Recognition. Were delighted to recognize The Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida for the quality of care they deliver to patients, said Francois deBrantes in a press release. deBrantes is executive director of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute. The Cardiology Practice Recognition is an important indicator that Florida health plans and employers should look for when recommending cardiology practices to patients. Within our practice, our physicians have always been committed to providing safe, contemporary, and effective quality care, said Patrick A. Cambier, M.D., FACC, FSCAI, in a press release. For this award, we were graded on our commitment to continuous quality improvement based on rigorous thresholds established by the American College of Cardiology and Bridges to Excellence. This honor represents the hard work and diligence on the part of all of our providers to set an example of excellence and to raise the bar when caring for our valued patients. In order to earn the Bridges to Excellence recognition, cardiac practices must undergo review in three performance categories: clinical, structural and professional. Clinical data are evaluated according to standards developed by the American Medical Associations Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement for Hypertension, Stable Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation/Atrial Flutter. Structural metrics identify and evaluate the implementation of practice-level systems that promote safe, timely, effective, equitable, efficient, patient-centered care.Seminole Hard Rock goes pink for PinktoberTAMPA Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa will add a pop of pink this October in honor of Hard Rock Internationals 13th annual Pinktober breast cancer awareness campaign. For the 2012 campaign, Hard Rock has teamed up with international, female pop-duo Bananarama to raise awareness and funds for a cause that affects people across the globe. As 2012 Pinktober brand ambassadors, Bananarama will entertain fans and survivors at a special Pinktober concert at Hard Rock Cafe on Friday, Oct. 5, 9 p.m. Tickets cost $15 for the general admission standing-room-only show and are available at the Hard Rock Store and all Ticketmaster outlets online at www.ticketmaster.com. Tickets are also available by calling 800-745-3000. Everyone knows someone whose life has been affected by breast cancer, said Sara Dallin, cofounder of Bananarama, in a press release. So when Hard Rock offered us the opportunity to take part in Pinktober and support a great cause in a fun way, we jumped at the chance. Best known for the chart-topping singles including Venus, Cruel Summer and I Heard a Rumor, Bananarama will perform these and other hits in honor of PINK, while celebrating their 30th anniversary as the most successful female pop group in history. Healthy Happy Family Expo setDUNEDIN The Healthy Happy Family Expo will take place Saturday, Sept. 22, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Comny Center, Our Lady of Lourdes campus, 750 San Salvador Drive. The focus of the expo is on building healthy families, including nutrition, fitness, weight loss, mental health, community services and information about how to keep kids safe from threats like sexual abuse, synthetic drug usage and drunk driving. Throughout the day, professionals will provide expert seminars and interactive fitness demonstrations. More than 70 exhibitors will have information important to parents as well as giveaways and prizes. Special guest speakers will include Jenny Hodges, a local mom who in the past two years lost 212 pounds and is now running half marathons; Forbes Riley, a local fitness celebrity who will motivate attendees to achieve any goal, whether weight loss, career or other personal goals; and Michelle Phillips, celebrity makeup artist, author and Hay House speaker, who will talk about how women can let their inner beauty shine. This event is free to attend. A food donation to RCS Food Bank or a clothes donation to Clothes to Kids is requested. For more information, visit HealthyHappyFamily Expo.com.Sports medicine seminar set at Morton Plant MeaseCLEARWATER Morton Plant Mease will present a sports medicine health seminar Saturday, Sept. 29, 9 to 11 a.m., in the Shark Pavilion at Bright House Field, 601 N. Old Coachman Road. The seminar will spotlight ways to achieve peak performance with mental power. Nick Dewan, M.D., a Morton Plant Mease psychiatrist, will discuss steps to take before, during and after sports training. Dewan will explain how to maximize achievement in sports with mental performance of visualization, breathing exercises and competition rituals; and how to protect ones mind and decreasing memory function from physical and brain injuries. From 9 to 10 a.m., a light breakfast will be served and there will be health information tables and free health screenings, including blood pressure, glucose and body mass index (BMI). To register for the sports medicine seminar, call 953-6877 or visit www.BayCareEvents.org.Two doctors join Suncoast MedicalST. PETERSBURG Dr. Jonathan Phillips and Dr. Kunal Amin recently joined Suncoast Medical Clinic, 7477 Dr. M.L. King St. N. Phillips is practiciong both sports and family medicine. Amin is practicing family medicine exclusively. Phillips received his medical degree from the Medical University of the Americas in Charleston, Nevis, West Indies. He served his family medicine residency at Excela Health Latrobe Hospital in Latrobe, Pa. His sports medicine residency was completed at the University of South Florida/Morton Plant Mease. Amin received his medical degree from the Medical University of the Americas in Charleston, Nevis, West Indies. His family medicine residency was served at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program in Fort Wayne, Ind. Amin is also a member of the medical staff at St. Anthonys Hospital.
Community 13A Beacon, September 20, 2012 Church And Temple DirectoryS091312 Friday Sabbath services 7pm17th St. & 29th Ave., St. Pete. 345-7777 www.jewishheritage.net/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Beth-El ShalomMessianic Congregation 71411 FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCHA Congregational Christian Church, everyone welcome 152 TreasureIsland Causeway Treasure IslandNorth of ClockTower 398-6342 Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 p.m.Come Back to ChurchSunday School 9:15 a.m. WORSHIP 10:00 a.m.Pastor J. Michael Hargrave010512 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST6245 Seminole Blvd., (Alt. 19), Seminole 392-1406Reading Room Sunday 10 A.M. Wed. 7 P.M.SUNDAY SERVICE..........................................10:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL...........................................10:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING.............7:30 P.M.80510Tell the Public About Your Services Call 397-5563Tell the Public About Your Services Call 397-5563 The Church by the Sea137th Avenue at Gulf Boulevard Madeira Beach Call: 391-7706Come and worship. Go and serve.Contemporary Worship(Fellowship Hall)8:00 a.m.Adult Small Group Study 9:30 a.m. Blended Worship(Sanctuary)9:30 a.m.Nursery providedLighthouse Worship(Fellowship Hall)11:15 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.083012Bible StudyMonday at 7:00 p.m. & Friday at 9:30 a.m.& 6:30 p.m. Oak Ridge Wesleyan ChurchSharing the Son on the Sun CoastClassic Gospel Hour 8:30am Worship Celebration 10:00am11000 110th Ave. N Largo727-393-9182www.oakridgewesleyanchurch.org 083012Senior Pastor Dr. Phillip GrayMeeting Rooms & Fellowship Hall Available for Rent. 090612 092012 Gallery Oaks Shopping Center11125 Park Boulevard, Suite 115 Seminole(next to Greek Village Restaurant)391-0002 Services Offered:Prescription Designer Eyewear & Sunglasses Eyeglass Repair Contact Lenses Complete Pairs$4950% OFFStarting As Low AsEYEGLASSESExpires 10/30/12. Offer requires complete pair of eyeglass frame and lenses purchase. Some restrictions may apply. Please call or see us for details. 092012 Theres a New Owl In Town! Luis Ortega, our denture specialist, has over 40 years of experience creating beautiful natural smiles. Se habla espaol Custom Dentures Same Day Relines Same Day RepairsIn House Denture Lab10%OFFAny DentureADA D 5110, 5120, 5213, 5214FREEConsultationDentures and Partials 11240 Park Blvd. The Park Collectionnext to Einstein Bros. Bagels727-398-0085 083012Expires 9-30-12 Expires 9-30-12You Too Can Have A Beautiful Smile!Monica Doyle D.M.D., P.A.IN HOUSEDENTURE LAB Treasure Island Art Guild features 5 artists at fall show Patio at My Brothers Place by Rosemary Utzinger. Toucan by Linda Critzer. Amazing Grace by Luba Robinson. Yellow Crowned Night Heron by Grace Murdock. Boat in Tierra Verde by Grace Roth.TREASURE ISLAND The Treasure Island Art Guild has opened its fall season show at the Treasure Island Community Center with award-winning artists, Linda Critser, Grace Murdock, Luba Robinson, Grace Roth, and Rosemary Utzinger. The exhibit will continue through Oct. 31. From Margarets Garden, by Critzer, a watercolor artist and Army veteran, reflects layers of sheer pastel color to complement the fragile petals of an Iris. Adobe draws the viewer into a glowing landscape. Toucan, perched on a limb in a tropical forest, showcases the birds spectacular beak. Her versatility in subject matter invites us into a Shake Shop at Madeira Beach. Murdock, another watercolor artist, gives expression to her passion for feathered friends. A subtle background contrasts the stoic pose of a Yellow Crowned Night Heron. Lost edges capture the softness of the downy Pair of Owls and the painterly Snowy Egret and Nest. Her work titled Little Green Heron uses an array of vivid colors. Robinson, an oil painter and longtime Florida resident, gives us treasures of the sea in Beached and Shellscape, bathed in stunning hues. Poetic inspiration gives a lyrical response to Nautilus. Amazing Grace blends dramatic value contrasts in the flight of a soaring egret. Roth, a Plein air watercolorist, combines color with a strong sense of narrative in a repertoire of Florida scenes. Layered glazes give luminosity to Boat in Tierra Verde and Cottage at Bradenton Beach. She delivers a wistful Lowe House at Heritage Village and a sparkling Fruit Stand in Dunnellon which sings a song of epicurean delight. Oil paintings by Utzinger speak to an effort to hold onto the moments that move me emotionally, as evidenced in Through the Stone Arch, the rolling hillsides in Farm in Provence, and Patio at My Brothers Place. A soft touch describes a pastel portrait Grandma in Pink. Her art also reflects a combination of good composition, harmonious color, contrast, and controlled values, all the technical qualities of fine art. The Community Center is located at Park Street and 106th Avenue. Call the Recreation Center at 547-4575 for more information.Church news Blessing of animals, pet fair plannedSEMINOLE Lake Seminole Presbyterian Church plans its third annual Blessing of the Animals and Pet Fair on Saturday, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The blessings, including memorial blessings, will take place between 10 and 11 a.m., with the fair ongoing. Twelve rescue groups will be participating, as well as the Pinellas Animal Foundation and Bay Area Disaster Animal Response Team. There will be a presentation by the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office K9 Unit will conduct a demonstration. Many pet-related vendors will be in attendance. There also will be food and a bake sale. The church is located at 8505 113th St. For further information, call 397-5961 or 399-2107.Skyview Church of Christ PINELLAS PARK The Skyview Church of Christ will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a special service on Sunday, Sept. 23, 9:30 a.m., at the church, 4050 80th Ave. N. Harry Payne Sr. and Harry (Buddy) Payne Jr., both former preachers for the church, will be guest speakers. A potluck lunch will follow the service at Palms Club House. All former members and friends as well as the public are invited to attend. For information, call 709-2799.Good Samaritan ChurchPINELLAS PARK A Blessing of the Animals will be presented Sunday, Oct. 7, 4 to 6 p.m., at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd. All pets are welcome to the annual blessing event. Each pet will receive a hands-on blessing in the beautiful tree-lined area outside the church. Attendees will receive a blessing certificate and will have an opportunity to meet with the Pinellas Park Mounted Police and learn about Pet Pal Animal Shelter. Participants are encouraged to bring a donation for the animals pet toys, towels and other items listed on Pet Pals wish list online at www.petpalanimalshelter.org. For information, call 544-8558 or visit www.goodsam-church.org.First Baptist Church of Indian RocksLARGO Moms at Heart meets monthly at First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks, 12685 Ulmerton Road. Moms at Heart offers an environment of encouragement and support, a place to make new friends, find parenting help, and learn new skills. Moms at Heart will meet Monday, Oct. 8, 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.; and Wednesday, Oct. 10, 6:30 to 8 p.m., in the Education Center, Room EC252. Speaker Amber Robbins will discuss More than Cookies. The meeting will include food, coffee, giveaways, fellowship and encouragement. New members may register online at www.indianrocks.org. Childcare is available, but preregistration is required.Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church CLEARWATER Tenor Thorsteinn Arbjorsson will perform Sunday, Sept. 23, 3 p.m., at Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, 110 S. Fort Harrison Ave. The church will permit the use of its sanctuary for an extra concert preceding the start of the regular Peace Concert Series. The series will begin Oct. 14. A full listing of concerts can be found online at www.PeaceMemorial.org. Arbjorsson will perform a vocal recital featuring the song cycle Dichterliebe (The Poets Love) by Robert Schumann.
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The Imagination Movers bring their 2012 Rock-O-Matic Tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall from their Emmy-winning Disney Channel television series. Rich, Scott, Dave and Smitty will summon up all that high-octane rock that has made them a favorite with kids and parents alike. The key to the Imagination Movers appeal is they combine danceable power pop songs with extremely catchy choruses and a knack for inspiring audience participation. Throw in a heaping helping of onstage silliness and youve got a recipe for a live musical event that will truly engage the littlest of kids along with their older siblings, parents and grandparents. Ian Anderson, Sunday, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $59.50. Call 7917400 or visit www.rutheckerd hall.com. Anderson, of Jethro Tull fame, will be performing both Thick as a Brick in its entirety for the first time since 1972. The concert also will include Andersons new album, Thick as a Brick 2. 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Devo, who released their first studio album in two decades with 2010 s highly praised Something for Everybody and have been touring since. Devo will mix up their set with their newer material and the classics. Original members Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh and Gerald and Bob Casale will take the stage with tour drummer Jeff Friedl rounding out the lineup. Stevie Nicks, Monday, Sept. 24, 7:30 p.m., at the Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S. Tickets start at $65. Call 892-5767 or visit www.themahaffey.com. Nicks, whose new CD In Your Dreams debuted in May at No. 6 on Billboards Pop Charts, will be performing in St. Petersburg as part of the In Your Dreams Tour. Nicks has enjoyed extraordinary success as a solo artist, live performer, and member of the legendary band, Fleetwood Mac. Her new single For What Its Worth has been released by Reprise Records. 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The one person who might be able to help is also the one person Gus would never ask: his daughter, Mickey (Amy Adams), an associate at a high-powered Atlanta law firm whose drive and ambition has put her on the fast track to becoming partner. Mickey has never been close to her father, who was ill-equipped to be a single parent after the death of his wife. Even now, in the rare moments they share, he is too easily distracted by what Mickey assumes is his first love: the game. Against her better judgment, and over Guss objections, Mickey joins him on his latest scouting trip to North Carolina, jeopardizing her own career to save his. Forced to spend time together for the first time in years, each makes new discoveries revealing long-held truths about their past and present that could change their future. Timberlake is Johnny Flanagan, a rival scout who has his sights on a career in the announcers booth ... and has eyes for Mickey. The main cast also includes John Goodman as Guss old friend and boss, Pete Klein, and Matthew Lillard as Phillip Sanderson, the Braves associate director of scouting.Opening this week Photo courtesy of WARNER BROS. PICTURESAmy Adams stars as Mickey and Clint Eastwood as Gus in Warner Bros. Pictures' drama "Trouble with the Curve. Dredd 3DGenre: Action, adventure and science fiction Cast: Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby and Lena Headey Director: Pete Travis Rated: R The future America is an irradiated wasteland. On its East Coast, running from Boston to Washington, D.C., lies Mega City One a vast, violent metropolis where criminals rule the chaotic streets. The only force of order lies with the urban cops called Photo courtesy of IFC FILMSAshley Hinshaw and James Franco star in About Cherry. See OPENING, page 2B This weeks top 5 This weeks top 5 www.SandyHartmann.comProperties@Sandysofce.comThe Power of Knowledge ... 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During a routine day on the job, Dredd is assigned to train and evaluate Cassandra Anderson (Olivia Thirlby), a rookie with powerful psychic abilities thanks to a genetic mutation. A heinous crime calls them to a neighborhood where fellow Judges rarely dare to venture a 200 story vertical slum controlled by prostitute turned drug lord Ma-Ma (Lena Headey) and her ruthless clan. When they capture one of the clans inner circle, Ma-Ma overtakes the compounds control center and wages a dirty, vicious war against the Judges that proves she will stop at nothing to protect her empire. With the body count climbing and no way out, Dredd and Anderson must confront the odds and engage in the relentless battle for their survival.House at the End of the StreetGenre: Horror and thriller Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Elisabeth Shue, Max Thieriot and Gil Bellows Director: Mark Tonderai Rated: PG-13 Seeking a fresh start, newly divorced Sarah (Elisabeth Shue) and her daughter Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence) find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret. Years earlier, in the house next door, a daughter killed her parents in their beds, and disappeared leaving only a brother, Ryan (Max Thieriot), as the sole survivor. Against Sarahs wishes, Elissa begins a relationship with the reclusive Ryan and the closer they get, the deeper theyre all pulled into a mystery more dangerous than they ever imagined.The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.About CherryGenre: Drama Cast: Ashley Hinshaw, James Franco, Heather Graham, Dev Patel, Lily Taylor and Jonny Weston Director: Stephen Elliott Unrated Angelina (Ashley Hinshaw) is an 18-year-old on the verge of finishing high school, rushing to escape her broken family life. After reluctantly taking nude photos at her boyfriends (Jonny Weston) behest, she takes the cash to skip town with her best friend (Dev Patel). Angelina gets a job cocktailing in a San Francisco strip club where she meets Frances (James Franco), an affluent lawyer who introduces her to a high-class world beyond her wildest dreams. 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Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pea star as young LA police officers who discover a secret that makes them the target of the countrys most dangerous drug cartel.How to Survive a PlagueGenre: Documentary Director: David France Unrated How to Survive a Plague is the story of the brave young men and women who successfully reversed the tide of an epidemic, demanded the attention of a fearful nation and stopped AIDS from becoming a death sentence. This improbable group of activists bucked oppression and, with no scientific training, infiltrated government agencies and the pharmaceutical industry, helping to identify promising new medication and treatments and move them through trials and into drugstores in record time. In the process, they saved their own lives and ended the darkest days of a veritable plague, while virtually emptying AIDS wards in American hospitals in the process. 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American Legacies is a no-holds-barred tour of songs and sounds that sum up the simultaneous (and often intersecting) histories of two distinctively American musical forms the jazz that has drawn music lovers from around the world to New Orleans for more than a century, and the hillbilly jazz of bluegrass, created more than 60 years ago by Del McCourys one-time employer, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys. Known as one of the premier ambassadors of bluegrass, the Del McCoury Band is fronted by veteran Del McCoury. A hero to east coast bluegrass audiences through the 1970s and 1980s, he stepped onto the national stage with a move to Nashville in the early 1990s that started the Del McCoury Band on an unprecedented streak of International Bluegrass Music Association awards and international acclaim. Today, McCoury along with a band that includes his sons Ron and Rob is admired by hardcore bluegrass traditionalists and eclectic music fans and stars alike. The band has made appearances everywhere from the Bonnaroo Music Festival to late night network TV shows to their own popular Delfest. Founded just a few years before McCoury joined Bill Monroes Blue Grass Boys, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band has been carrying the distinctive sound of New Orleans jazz around the world on behalf of Preservation Hall, a unique venue that embodies the citys musical legacy. With a cast of musicians schooled through first-hand experience and apprenticeship into the musics historic traditions, the PHJB has served as an irreplaceable, vital link to the earliest days of one of Americas most beloved forms of popular music, evoking the spirits of times past in an ever-evolving modern context that has found them traveling around the world. 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Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Tickets are $5. Call 791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com. Recently named the greatest film of all time by The British Film Institute, Vertigo is directed by Alfred Hitchcock and stars James Stewart and Kim Novak. The film follows a retired police detective suffering from acrophobia who is hired as a private investigator to follow the wife of an acquaintance to uncover the mystery of her peculiar behavior. The film received mixed reviews upon initial release, but has garnered acclaim since and is now often cited as the defining work of Hitchcocks career. God of Carnage, by Yasmina Reza, Sept. 28 through Oct. 14, at West Coast Players, 21905 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. Tickets are $16. Call 437-2363. This comedy of manners without the manners begins with a playground altercation between 11-year-old boys. The event brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters. Directed by Alan Mohney Jr., the production stars Janice Creneti, Alan Mohney Jr., Mark Myers and Karen Zendels-Hagen. Blast Friday featuring the Atlanta Rhythm Section Friday, Sept. 28, 5:30 p.m., on the Tampa Bay Times Cleveland Street Stage directly in front of the Capitol Theatre in downtown Clearwater. Blast Friday is downtown Clearwaters free monthly street festival. Presented by Bright House Networks, the new season will kick off a performance by the Atlanta Rhythm Section. The festival will feature a variety of vendors, as well as food, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. The street fair will begin at 5:30 p.m. with entertainment outside until 10 p.m. Blast Friday is produced by Ruth Eckerd Hall on the Road Presents. For more than 30 years, members of the Atlanta Rhythm Section have entertained audiences all over the world with their hits. Members originally came together as a session band at Studio One, an Atlanta area studio recording artists such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Al Kooper, Dickey Betts and .38 Special. The band put out 15 albums of excellent original material, and consistently put on entertaining live shows establishing a broad and loyal fan base. ARS was paired with contemporaries Lynyrd Skynyrd as the successors to the Allman Brothers, carrying the mantle of Southern Rock in the late s, but performing songs that were more musically diverse and having hits that had a softer, pop flavor. Gulfport Fifth annual Gecko Pub Crawl, Saturday, Sept. 22, 3 p.m., at venues in the Gulfport waterfront district. Tickets are $25. Participants will be able to enjoy one beverage (or food item) at each of eleven venues in the Gulfport Waterfront District. Participating venues this year include Cousins Pizzeria, Gulfport on the Rocks, La Cote Basque Winehouse, Neptune Grill, OMaddys, Pegs Cantina, Peninsula Inn, T & Me Tea Co., Tangelos Grille, Village Pub, Yummys Casual Caf. Offerings vary at each venue and no substitutions are permitted. Some restaurants request pub crawlers to visit prior to 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available in advance at Gulfport on the Rocks, 5413 Shore Blvd.; Country Harvest Craft Studio, 3125 Beach Blvd.; and T & Me Tea Co., 2908 Beach Blvd. Admission includes one free Gecko Fest T-shirt while supplies last. For information, call Leslie Gilchrist at 439-1485 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Indian Rocks Beach On the Rocks Friday, Sept. 21, 9:30 p.m., at Cusos, 2405 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach. On the Rocks, a classic cover rock band, will bring its brand of radio rock featuring a mix of hits by Journey, Foreigner, Train, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Thin Lizzy, Cheap Trick, Styx, Golden Earring, John Cougar Mellencamp, Foghat and Tom Petty. The bands lead singer is a new resident of Largo who recently relocated from Nashville. Visit www.otrrocks.net.Largo The Full Monty, with book by Terrence McNally and music and lyrics by David Yazbek; presented by Eight OClock Theatre, through Sept. 23, at the Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Performances will be Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees will be Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for students. Call 587-6793 or visit www.eightoclocktheatre.com. Seeing how much their wives enjoy watching male strippers during their girls night out, unemployed steelworkers in Buffalo, N.Y. come up with a bold way to make some quick cash. They decide to present a strip act at a local club and make their show better than the Chippendales dancers because theyll go the full monty strip all the way. As the guys work through their fears, self-consciousness, feelings of worthlessness and anxieties, they come to discover that not only are they stronger as a group, but that the strength they find in each other gives them the individual courage to face their demons and overcome them. Square Dancing Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30 to 9:45 p.m., at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. Attendees will spend the evening dancing to professional caller Allen Snell. Call 518-3131. Cost is $6. Swing Dance Saturday, Sept. 22, 7 to 11 p.m., at Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road, Largo. This recurring event features dancing and socializing. Attendees will enjoy a free lesson from 7 to 8 p.m. and a DJ dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Savoy Swing is the resident DJ. The center boasts a 5,600-square-foot sprung hardwood floor. Visit LargoCommunityCenter.com or call 518-3131. Cost is $6 with a recreation card and $7 with no recreation card. All the Worlds a Stage, Saturday, Sept. 29, 6:30 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Presented by the Suncoast Performing Arts Foundation, this will be the organizations 16th annual fundraising gala. The SPAF will present an evening of food, entertainment, silent auctions and dancing to benefit the Largo Cultural Center. SPAF is passionate about meeting the need for arts education in the community. Proceeds from this event go directly to that mission. Cost is $100 a person. Bret Michaels Get Your Rock On Tour 2012, Friday, Oct. 5, 8 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $59.50. Call 587-6793. Michaels first rose to fame as frontman for the glam rock band Poison which sold over 30 millions records worldwide and charted 10 singles in the Top 40 including the No. 1 single, Every Rose Has Its Thorn. Michaels solo career has been equally successful. His TV shows Rock of Love and Life As I Know It were huge successes on VH1. He also was the 2010 winner of Celebrity Apprentice on NBC. Keiko Matsui Saturday, Oct. 13, 8 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $45.50 in advance and $50.50 the day of the show. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. After selling out her show at the center last year, the contemporary jazz icon returns. Matsui creates music both powerful and introspective, blending Western and Eastern musical influences. Her exquisite style of Japanese jazz spans three decades of international acclaim. Elegant piano melodies, a free spirit and creative genius mark her return to the Largo stage. Blackberry Smoke Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $25.50 in advance and $30.50 the day of the show. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. Atlanta-based Blackberry Smoke continues to grow into the premiere Southern Rock band of America. Over the last 24 months they have shared the stage with Zac Brown Band, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Jamey Johnson, Travis Tritt and countless others. Their video Good One Comin On was No. 1 on CMT for two weeks and No. 3 for seven weeks straight. The performance also will feature special guest The Mojo Gurus. The Mojo Gurus deliver their brand of southern fried party rock and energetic stage show. The Gurus have opened for a diverse collection of bands including David Allan Coe, Joe Perry and Johnny Winter. Pinellas Park Once Upon a Time in Central Park, by Gil Perlroth, through Sept. 23, at Venue Theatre, 9125 U.S. 19 N., Pinellas Park. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sundays, 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $20. For reservations, call 822-6194 or email email@example.com. Venue Theatre is proud to present the world premiere of the new musical by Perlroth, who penned the hit musical Aint Retirement Grand!. Once Upon a Time in Central Park, a warm delightful musical about love in the middle years, features Nancy Wright and Bob Hines and is directed by Daniel Harris. The production includes 14 new songs. Movies in the Park Saturday, Sept. 22, dusk, at England Brothers Park, 5010 81st Ave. N., Pinellas Park. The movie is free. Funds from the concession benefit the Firefighters Benevolent Fund. Funds also are used for holiday toy and dinner giveaways and to assist fire victims in Pinellas Park. Call Nick DelGrosso at 687-4494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.St. Petersburg Cabaret , through Sept. 30, at freeFall Theatre, 6099 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. By overwhelming popular demand, freeFall Theatre will open its 2012-13 season with a remount of the Kander & Ebb classic, Cabaret. Performances will be Thursdays, 7 p.m.; and Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m. Matinees will be Sundays, 2 p.m. Tickets range from $39 to $46. Call 498-5205 or visit www.freeFalltheatre .com. Set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, the story focuses on nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub and revolves around the cabaret performer Sally Bowles and her relationship with a young writer, Cliff Bradshaw. Rumors, by Neil Simon, through Sept. 30, at St. Petersburg City Theatre, 4025 31st St. S., St. Petersburg. Performances are Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for students. Call 866-1973 or visit www.splt.org. Neil Simons hilarious farce revolves around four couples from the country club set who are invited to a very posh 10th anniversary party. Things get a bit public when gunshots start the evening and anyone knows its never good to have the police or the media involved especially when the deputy mayor seems to be shot. The absence of the servants and the hostess make the whole situation look very suspicious. Love. From All Angles, Sunday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m., at freeFall Theatre, 6099 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. Tickets are $15. Call 4985205 or visit www.freefalltheatre.com. Larry Alexander and Joel Gennari star in this all-new cabaret. Love. From All Angles takes a sometimes serious, sometimes not so serious look at the good, the bad, and the often incredibly uncomfortable sides of love. With songs from the 1920s to the present, Alexander and Gennari tell stories of their pursuit of love with well known standards, Broadway classics and current pop hits. Nothing More, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 7 p.m., at Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg. General admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students with identification. Visit www.tampabayfilmfest.com. Part of the Global Film Initiative sponsored by Tampa Bay International Film Festival and Studio@620, the film was directed by Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti. Red tape muddles up the lives of people worldwide, but in Cuba it may reach more ludicrous extremes than in many other countries. Nothing More, Malbertis first feature film, takes a comical look at Cuban bureaucracy.
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