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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Publication Date: 07-21-2010
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Macclenny (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
Coordinates: 30.283333 x -82.116667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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82nd Year, Vol. 13Winner of 7 state awards for journalism excellence in 2010 75¢ JULY 21, 2011 T B C PTHURSDAY COVERING BAKER COUNTY SINCE 1929The countys most professional and extensive source for news, classi“ed, display and real estate listingsMIKE ANDERSON PRESS STAFF County commissioners were given a lot to chew on July 18 at shop. The easiest part to swal same property tax rate as last !"# $ meeting. County Manager C.J. %&' ()!# million with revenues totaling !* Commission Chairman Mi + '' ,-&$'-& '/ ,023' / % ), / "4 county employees5 as the county ) ,' / )' '&) 4#67 ,3' 9) :/+ ;< =>!' !)' %) )'!7 !7 ) !7"*' ')' other taxing authorities. ?)$ Administrators tout importance of early registration See page 9Teen killed in US 90 crash FridayA Macclenny teen died when the vehicle she was riding in just east of the Baker-Nassau county line the evening of July 15 spun out of control on a curve. Trinise Surrency, 15, a student at Baker County High School, was in an eastbound 2002 Lexus (not shown) driven by her sister Darkeea Surrency, 22, also of Macclenny. Trooper J. Ford of the Florida Highway Patrol said the Lexus rotated into the westbound lane into the path of the 2000 Hyundai above driven by Sheila Erlo, 30, of Baldwin. Ms. Surrency was own from the scene to Shands Jacksonville where she died. Her older sister had minor injuries and was taken to Shands along with Ms. Erlo and her passenger Catherin Dobbins, 9, also of Baldwin. All occupants of both vehicles were wearing seat belts when the collision occurred about 6:45. Charges pend an investigation.See page 2School board has plans to cut property taxes by about $183KSee page 5 PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTONThe existing health department retention pond. Summer reading Safari at local coee shop See page 13 ONLINE POLL RESULTSShould crossing guards be posted during summer school, even if very few students walk to school?49.5% Yes 50.5% No JOEL ADDINGTON NEWS EDITOR +;?@& "A 3BDA )DB B< 667 664 First Coast News D'H'+$ ) G+ !7""K%II D'A%+& D"'A AED ) AA $& %+& A + ,%& &/ AI ND '' ')OA+< ABHH


Page 2 T B C P ursday, July 21, 2011to generate QR.R million5 which would be about Q1RS5RUU less than last year because of declinV ing property values and homes going into foreclosure5 Mr. Thompson said. Wbout QS milV lion would be earmarked for genV eral government services5 QX.U million for the sheriff and correcV tions budget and QRR5SYY for the health department. Zther major revenue sources include QS5[[S5S[[ in sales taxes5 QS5S8Y5US[ in gas taxes5 about Q1.8 million in various other state funds and QR[\5\SY in special asV solid waste disposal. Mr. Thompson noted that the &'V revenues of only Q1Y]5U\\ and expenses amounting to QS[]51YX this year. The solid waste departV ment is in the same boat5 generV ating revenues of Q]]15RR] and QYR]58R[ in expenses5 mainly the result of a Q1RR5\\\ expendiV ture for a new truck. ^oth departV ments are supplemented with money from the general fund. Commissioners discussed sevV eral ideas for dealing with the defV icit5 including asking Mr. ThompV son to seek 1R percent budget cuts from department heads and conV them that X\ of U] budgets subV last years level or under budget5 while only 1] were increased. _ithout additional budget reV ductions5 Michael Crews said5 pay raises may have to be eliminated and the next step could be layV offs.Ž Wt one point commissioners considered eliminating5 or greatV ly reducing5 donations to commuV nity agencies such as the Council on Wging5 `MCW5 ^oy qcouts5 Community Wction Wgency and others. The general consensus was that rezuests for donations should be considered on a caseV byVcase basis rather than routineV ly appropriated every year. Wnother way to reduce exV penditures5 commissioners said5 would be to stop adding 1\ perV cent to every departments budV get for contingencies. Zne of the reasons the county has a Q8.S million reserve fund is because contingency appropriations are carried over from one year to the next. _e could scale those {continV gency funds| back a little bit5Ž Mr. Thompson said. Commissioner }ordon Crews suggested a better method of dealing with emergencies might be to help out with general revV enue and have no contingency funds.Ž Mr. Thompson argued continV gency funds enable department heads to make emergency approV priations without having to come to the county manager or county commission for approval. ~e said the solid waste department5 for example5 has a QU\5\\\ continV gency fund. That sounds a little excesV sive to me if theyre just trying to avoid coming to the board to spend some money5Ž }ordon Crews said5 adding that reserve funds could be used instead of contingency funds.  agree with that5Ž said ComV missioner Wdam }iddens.  think its a great idea.Ž The county manager reminded commissioners that budget cuts are not the only way to reduce the €xploring ways to capture revenue that were not capturV ing todayŽ would accomplish the same purpose5 he said. ^efore they completed the iniV tial budget review process5 Mr. Thompson told commissioners what they probably already knew. ts not going to be a fun proV cess5Ž he said. The next budget workshop is scheduled for Wugust S at X \\ pm in the county commission chambers5 RR ‚. Xrd qt.5 MacV clenny. The new budget year begins Zctober 1. !"#$ COUNTRY FEDERALCREDIT UNION Is your bank changing names again?Make this switch your last.DON'T WAIT! Switch to Country Federal Credit Union.Receive FREE checking, FREE Visa debit card, FREE checks, FREE I-Pay & H ome Banking, FREE E-S tatements and worry free checking.Contact a Member Service Representative for the details. ThursdayMostly Sunny High: 95 Low: 74 Last 7/23 The Baker County Press WeatherJuly 21, 2011 Todays High &Low Temperatures Last Weeks Local Almanac Full 8/13 First 8/6 New 7/30 Sun/Moon Chart This Week St. Marys RiverLevels MondayIsolated T-storms High:93 Low: 71 TuesdayMostly Sunny High:95 Low: 72 SundayIsolated T-storms High: 93 Low: 74 SaturdayMostly Sunny High: 94 Low: 75 FridayMostly Sunny High: 96 Low: 74 PM 3:51-5:51 4:33-6:33 5:17-7:17 6:04-8:04 6:52-8:52 7:44-9:44 8:38-10:38 AM 3:21-5:21 4:03-6:03 4:47-6:47 5:34-7:34 6:22-8:22 7:14-9:14 8:08-10:08 Day Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed WednesdayIsolated T-storms High:92 Low: 74 Seven Day Forecast July 21, 1975 Six inches of rain fell across Mercer County, N.J. in just 10 hours, causing the worst flooding in 20 years. Assunpink Creek crested 11 feet above flood stage at Hamilton and Trenton, the highest level of record. Flooding left 1,000 people homeless. Hunting/Fishing Times WeatherHistory Baldwin 95 / 74 Starke 95 / 74 High Springs 95 / 74 St. Augustine 91 / 76 Macclenny 95 / 74 Watertown 96 / 74 Jasper 97 / 74 Jacksonville 93 / 76 Callahan 95 / 74 Fernandina Beach 90 / 77 Atlantic Beach 91 / 78 Day Tue, 7/12 Wed, 7/13 Thu, 7/14 Fri, 7/15 Sat, 7/16 Sun, 7/17 Mon, 7/18 High 93 93 95 88 82 86 86 Low 73 75 75 73 73 72 66 Precip 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" Normals 93/72 93/72 93/72 93/72 93/72 93/72 93/72 Precipitation . . . . . . . .0.00" Normal precipitation . . . . .1.40" Departure from normal . . . .-1.40" Average temperature . . . . .80.7 Average normal temperature . .82.5 Departure from normal . . . .-1.8Data as reported from Cecil Field Airport Now Change Moniac, GA4.31 ft.-0.01 ft. Macclenny1.74 ft.-0.16 ft. 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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome, but must contain the signature of the writer, a telephone number and city of residence. Letters must reect opinions and statements on issues of current interest to the general public. The newspaper reserves the right to reject any material which in the newspapers judgement does not meet standards of publicati on. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our oce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comOPINIONT B C PPage3JULY 21, 2011 Publisher James C. McGauley editor@bakercountypress.comMANAGING EDITOR Joel Addington ADVERTISING/PRODUCTION Jessica Prevatt FEATURES Kelley Lannigan FEATURES/COMMENT/SPORTS R obert Gerard BUSINESS MANAGER Karin T homas CLASSIFIEDS & TYPESETTING D ebbie Hansen This newspaper is printed on recycled paper. T B C Pusps 040-280Post Oce Box 598 Macclenny, FL 32063 (904) 259-2400 The Baker County Press is published each Thursday by Baker County Press, Inc. Periodicals postage paid under permit issued December 30, 1929 at the post oce in Macclenny, Florida.SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 a year inside Baker County; $35.00 a year outside Baker County; deduct, $1.00 for persons 65 years of age or older, military personnel on active duty outside Baker County, and college students living outside Baker County. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Macclenny, FL. 32063.ƒear €ditor_hat makes a successful farmers market„ _e need both vendors and customers… †rom the vendors point of view5 the day starts well before market opening‡ preparing goods for sale5 figuring out the best pricing5 deciding on the proper display and getting to the market by [X\. W good sale day would include making contact with cusV tomers and potential buyers and selling a good part or all of the stock brought for sale. †rom the customers point a view5 looking forward to going to the market to buy unizue5 fair priced5 fresh goods that are not available elsewhere. n todays economy5 we must be committed to buying local5 to support the residents of this area. ^aker County and the surroundV ing area are full of crafts people5 farmers and nurserymen who produce high zuality goods for sale. _e as members of the †armV ers Market board are committed to keeping this great market open and are asking you5 the commuV nity5 to make the commitment to the entrepreneurial spirit of the small business owner5 by making the market a qaturday morning destination. ˆendors come and sell… ComV munity come and buy… Helene Guest Farmers Market board member Lawtey_ith the celebration of the ^aker County qeszuicentennial fast arriving ve decided to feaV ture some interesting tidbits of county history in a few of my colV umns. Ws ve menV tioned previousV ly5 m dramati‰V ing the countys history in a muV sical stage proV duction called Baker County, Fla The show will audition next month and will be performed at ^C~q in Zctober. t will be a coVproduction of the ^aker County Community TheV atre and the ^C~q ƒrama ƒeV partment. ve been working on the script over the summer and it is about Y\ percent complete. m still looking for family stories and histories so contact me through The Press if you have an interestV ing and entertaining family story. The production will cover the 1\\ years between the ofV 18]1 and the centennial of 1Y]1. Theres music5 drama and even some comedy5 and we think audiV and entertaining. Zver the next few months ll be presenting of few snippets from the script in my column to get folks interested. Though ve dramati‰ed the stories5 ve tried to be as accurate as possible to the historical records. ~eres an interesting bit of county history ve come across. ts from a travel guidebook of †lorida5 circa 188R. n the play5 we have a character called Mrs. _ebb who is doing a talk on Šittle ‹nown †lorida5Ž comV plete with a magic lantern show of slides from the 188\s. Wll the information she presents about ^aker County is straight from the guidebook of that period5 with just a few added comments. Mrs. _ebb ~ello and welV come. am so happy to see so many bright faces at our little talk. My husband Mr. _ebb is unable to be here because he is off on another excursion in {holds up book| Little Known Florida Ws a writer of guidebooks5 my husband has been to many places that most people have not5 and some that theyve nevV er even heard of {smiles broadV ly|. ~eres an example from our 1885 Guidebook of Florida This charming little place is called ^aker County. W short train ride from JackV sonville5 for a small fare of Q1.U\ takes you to the county seat of ƒarbyville. _ith a population of S\\ it boasts one newspaper5 the Baker County Star and three churches. The towns only hoV tel is the ~otel McClenny with nightly rates of QS. t has a broad veranda and 8\\ feet of covered promenade. _hat a lovely way to pass a spring afternoon Œ sitting on the covered porch sipping a cooling iced drink. assing through the little ƒear €ditor_here was5 or is5 the ^aker County ‘ Press ’ news coverage of Miranda _ilkerson when Judge hyllis “osier turned over this XVyearVold baby to a registered sex offender5 who has declared5 this little girl was fathered by anV other man„ s this little girl not newsworV thy„ Come on5 if you are going to overlook anything negative ”• sell your newspaper to someone who is impartial and not afraid of printing certain news. This baby needs to be placed in a safe home and Judge “osier let her down. am sure you will not print my comments because this little girl in your opinion is not newsworthy. qhame5 shame.Myra Morgan Keystone Heights The Florida legislature recently passed the Pull Your Pants UpŽ law [see story on Page 9] that will introduce more stringent disciplinary action for students who wear clothing that exposes undergarments or indecently exposing body parts while at school. We asked our Facebook fans, What you think about this fashion and attempts to regulate it?Ž Heres what they had to say ...Joshua Forth: About time! Make them buy a belt too!Ž Anna Bell: Uniforms a great idea. It would help kids not pick on other kids for what theyre wearing. As far as pulling up their pants, whats wrong with that rule? If it were OK to walk around exposing your underwear, pants wouldnt even be required.Ž Melissa Elaine Haines: It is about time. I personally do not want to see our peoples under garments.Ž Amanda Cox: Thats right, I dont wanna see anybodys underwear. Have respect for yourself and others and pull them up!Ž Charleen Smith: Their moms and dads, or whoever is over them, shouldnt let them out the door looking like that.Ž Cam Hayes: Freedom of expression? Who needs that.Ž Joshua Forth: Walmart sells lots of belts so stock up and keep them pants up around your waist, not at your knees.Ž Susan Papp Miller: I love it and hope that it will be enforced. Its amazing that when kids are held to a higher standard and take pride in the way they look, they actually feel better about themselves and perform better!Ž Jenette Barnes Murphy: I am very glad. Its very hard to maintain discipline and teach when kids are teasing/giggling because someones underwear is screaming look at me.Ž Doug Wilds: Yeah ... We should make everyone buy a belt and a GM car too. I am willing to bet some of the same people trumpeting the goodness of this law are the same that are against more government regulation. Maybe we should make everyone look the same. You women need to get a hairstyle that is more in line with the taste and values of the legislature.Ž Pat Cobb: Certainly this style is not attractive to me, but the government regulating fashion is even more unattractive. I am sure my mother was appalled at my hip-huggers and tie-dyed T-shirts in the 70s.Ž Marsha Bennett: Well, Im sorry if I step on anybodys toes, but Im sick to death of seeing peoples backsides hanging out of their pants. They wear the waist of their jeans under their buttocks, which exposes the entire backside. Whether they have boxers on or not, I dont want to see it. Its the same as exposing themselves to me.Ž Patricia Barnes: Everyone is saying the government is going too far and regulating too much but its already a school rule, they are just increasing the punishment for breaking the rule. It is completely dierent than saying everyone outside of school needs to be the same or regulate their dress code, but that is just the way I see it.Ž Michael Davis: I believe that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If people out there are comfortable with their own kids dressing like that and showing their goods to everyone, thats ne. But dont be upset when others are treating them like trash, or maybe they should be working in a strip club! I still believe in strong southern morals and beliefs.  Clayton Yarbrough: I think it should also apply to anybody on the street! Its pathetic that people think its cool that everybody can see their underwear. I think its like not knowing that the bill on a baseball cap was designed to be worn in the front of the head.Ž Andrew L. Harrell It is a distraction at school and should have been passed 6-8 years ago. Jason Randall: I thought Florida was big on small government? No? We actually need the fashion police?Ž Dennie Dee Ledford: The schools should enforce and be strict about their dress code as it pertains to anything showing butts, breasts and the like. But a new law so the school will be tough on a dress code already in place? I just cant agree with that.Ž Facebook fansWhat you had to say ... LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ƒear €ditor_e all need someone who we can fully count on to be there when needed5 and here at ^aker Manor Wpartments ‘in MacclenV •HB the manager and5 more imporV tantly5 a friend to us all. The morning of July 115 the apartments erupted with the news of the accident involving qean and Cristen ‘Connell’ and there wasnt a soul not strongly affected by it. ƒonna sprang into action5 doing everything in her power to help the family. qhe stayed at the hospital with qean all day long5 and that night when he was called home to ~eaven. €veryone was heartbroken. Wt one point she drove all the way back to Macclenny to get qeans favorite Teddy ^ear and5 without a second thought5 was back at the hospital delivering it to the family. ƒonna made the family her have known the huge impact it had on all of the other residents who she kept informed on the sitV uation. qhe probably didnt realV i‰e how much her being there for the family touched everyone here at ^aker Manor. speak for everyone here sayV ing thank youŽ to ƒonna for being so devoted to this famV ily through this tragic time. _e could not ask for anything better in a manager and5 for most of all5 a true friend… lease keep the Connell family in your hearts and prayers during this time of grief and recovery. For all tenants at Baker Manor MacclennyProp up farmers marketHails deeds of managerhamlet of }len qt. Mary5 where about 1R families live5 we reach the largest town in ^aker County Œ qanderson5 with a population of R\\. There are orange groves nearby operV ated by Col. †rancis J. ons and Mr. }eorge Canova. Šand prices are exV cellent with an acre of land in ^aker County selling for QR to QU\. f youve ever hankered for your own family farm5 theres not Zn the western end of the county is the town of Zlustee. Zlustee is more populous than ƒarbyville with X\\ people livV ing within about a mile of the railhead. Zlustees largest emV ployer is the €ppinger and “usV sell Šumber Mill where U\5\\\ feet of timber is turned out daily5 making it one of the largest mills in the –nited qtates. The mill emV ploys almost half of all the towns residents. ‚ow5 lets move on to Šake City5 shall we„Ž ts interesting to see how outV siders viewed the county in the late 18\\s. ^efore starting on the project5 had no idea5 for examV ple that there were orange groves in the county5 or that qanderson was the most populous town and county seat. certainly didnt know that Zlustee was a booming commuV nity and that one of the largest timber companies in the –nited qtates was headzuartered there. ronically5 not three years latV er the county would be decimatV ed by the `ellow †ever epidemic. ƒarbyville5 Margaretta and sevV eral other smaller communities would be wiped off the map and in some spots Y\ percent of the population would die from the disease. ‚ext time ll focus on the `elV low †ever epidemic of 1888 and how it affected ^aker County. MY SIDE OF THE MATTERROBERT GERARD 1885 travel guide dramatizedWheres the coverage? As simple as an e-mail.....If you have any information you think we need to know, send it to:editor@bakercountypress.comT B C P 104 South Fifth St. 904-259-2400 Check it


Page 4 T B C P ursday, July 21, 2011The sheriffs department is looking for a Macclenny woman who allegedly stole and pawned an estimated Q18\\ worth of jewelry after taking it from an 8th qt. address where she was living. ƒavid embleton and Wngela †lynt told ƒeputy Matt qigers on July 1U that they confronted daughter ‚atalie †lynt5 SU5 after pawn tickets were found in her purse indicating she sold earV rings and a necklace that went missing from their home someV time after Zctober X1 of last year. The couple said they did not report the theft because they were not aware of any suspects. The report indicates Wmy _atV son5 who also lives at the address5 found the pawn tickets. Ms. _atson reported on July 11 that a ring she valued at Q[\\ was missing as well and she had located it at ƒuval }un and awn in Macclenny. ƒeputy qigers noted in his reV port that the couple was unable to produce the pawn tickets and Ms. †lynt5 who apparently left following the accusation5 is now out of the area. n other reported thefts5 someone made off with a threeV ton central air conditioning unit from outside an unoccupied resiV dence off C“ 1S[ ‚orth. The property in foreclosure belongs to ƒana ulley5 who lives outVofVstate5 and was last inV spected by a family member on ;4 unit gone5 along with copper tubV ing and wiring leading to a shed5 on July 1[. The loss value was placed at QS\\\. —

ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 5 MIKE ANDERSONPRESS STAFF Complaints have been pourV ing into the county administraV the countys dump site contracV site attendants helping residents5 loitering by people hunting scrap materials and other circumstancV es. County commissioners reV ceived a report from County Manager C.J. Thompson on the matter the evening of July 18. ~e said a notice from the contractor5 qoutheastern qervices nc.5 to all site attendants threatened them ure to obey the rules. ,-&' people complaining about changV es in the collection site rules5Ž Mr. Thompson told commissioners. ts pretty harsh.Ž †or example5 he said5 in the unload household garbage for elV er5 the rules state that employees is to be unloaded but strictly forV bids them from assisting in the unloading. This says you cant help anyV one5Ž Mr. Thompson said. There needs to be some common sense.Ž ~e told commissioners he & $ the situation to their attention. + edged that qoutheastern is a priV vate contractor and has the right to implement rules for their emV E their attendants or a member of the public is injured. 'A+ ,D senseŽ and permit attendants to toss a bag of garbage into the dumpster for an elderly or physiV cally disabled person. A% D ,( )/ art of the problem5 he said5 arose from the fact that scrapV persŽ had been going around to the different dump sites removV ing scrap metal from dumpsters and even harassing people to '$ B+ have helped bring scrapping unV der control5 adding ‚othing is sters once it goes into the dumpV ster.Ž qtill5 it goes on sporadically5 are pretty aggressive. They have some rude5 crude threaten them {attendants| too5Ž A+ D dropped off in a designated spot & items. Wlso no longer tolerated are toys5 clothes and old but still usable household goods being placed on the ground for needy D rule. +A & up for their child. Thats not supposed to hapV pen but a lot of people dont have /A% son said. A+ opinion. ,& somebody to donate it to5Ž he said. < supportive of the rule that states ‚o one loiters at the site‡ no visiV tors‡ no family‡ no one.Ž W convicted sexual predaV sites5Ž he said. ~e shouldnt have been there. ~e should have been in the state penitentiary.ŽBAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Personal Loans New & Used Automobile Loans Credit Cards Christmas Club Club Savings SuperCash IRA … Traditional and Roth602%S.%Sixth%Street,%%Macclenny%%|%%9140%CR%229,%Sanderson%%|%%100%S.%Lima%Street,%Baldwin www.countr y | 259-6702 COUNTRY FEDERALCREDIT UNION COUNTRY FEDERALCREDIT UNION Loan SSummeratGet a free gift with any loan closed in July! Were offering the BEST DEAL with the MOST CONVENIENT SERVICE SAME DAY, LOCALLY MADE LOAN DECISIONS Automobiles Campers & RVs Boats Motorcycles YES!WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS! Doyles Restaurant Friday Night All You Can Eat Catfish $11.99Saturday Night All You Can Eat Shrimp $13.99 Open from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Phone: 386.754.1100 U.S. 90 in Olustee Doyles Restaurant JOEL ADDINGTONNEWS EDITOR ';F )!F# The board voted RV\ in favor of advertising a tenV tative property tax5 or millage5 rate of [.8XX mills5 > Q[.8X per Q1\\\ of taxV able property value. Wt the proposed tax rate5 a home valued at Q1R\5\\\ deducting the QSR5\\\ homestead ) about QY[Y in school disV trict taxes. The additional QSR5\\\ homestead exV emption approved by voters in S\\8 is not apV plicable to school district taxes. The [.8XX millage rate is slightly higher than the districts current rate of [.[8S5 but falling property values and foreV closures in recent years eliminated some QSY million of gross taxable f eventually adoptV ')* cent loss in property tax revenues for the district5 or Q18X588\. ^oard members also unanimously approved adV ''!7"66# roughly [ percent less than the districts current year budget of more than QR[ million. %>' in advance its intention to set the tentative budget and millage rate before approving them. Then the ) % ( )G F) _ith almost QU1 million expected in local5 state '!#*7 anticipated expenditures including four more teachers to meet the voterVapproved qmall Class DEI+L portion of its more than Q1S.S million in reserves. %')' [.8XX mills5 is the sum of four millage rates5 includV 7'' G+' 0'*# ,%' &'!!# the state chips in5Ž comV mented board member HB % convene again July SR to consider the tentative tax *™" S[\ qouth ^lvd. €. Wlso approved by the board that evening and during the boards reguV lar meeting July R —;F A@' mer to ƒayton5 Zhio for a prayer ministry5 to €stoV D &?Could cut taxes $184KReserves to cover $5.7M de“ citNew dump rules said too harshOn loitering, assistance, scrap hunting PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTONSuperintendent Barrett with retiring teacher Tina Roach. Check it


Page 6 T B C P ursday, July 21, 2011W deputy sheriff arrested a Macclenny man the evening of July 11 after returning to his resiV dence a second time on a domesV tic disturbance call. _hen he went back to the address on Tom _ilkerson “d. about 1\\\5 ƒeputy Johnny ~odges said “andall ^arton5 S15 ( ed cut on the wrist that he later claimed was the result of an acV cident. ~is estranged girlfriend ^ritV tany }rimes5 185 of }len qt. Mary countered that Mr. ^arton cut himself with a kitchen knife durV ing an argument that began with her threats to leave him. W one point5 Ms. }rimes said the boyfriend grabbed their inV fant child and tossed it onto a couch5 and witness ƒanyielle B6 Mr. ^arton threatened to kill her sister. The victim said she and the boyfriend have a history of doV mestic violence in }eorgia5 and Mr. ^arton was reVarrested at county jail later on a warrant for domestic battery and disorderly intoxication. n another domestic case5 HGP inal complaints against Christina ‹inard5 SS5 Michael ‹inard5 SR5 and ƒaryl Tyson5 SX5 of }len qt. Mary following a disturbance at a residence on “ustic ines “d. % shortly after [\\ am on July 1S and Ms. ‹inard said her husband ( an unspecified substance after being out all night. Mr. ‹inard disputed his wifes contention that she was restrained physically from leavV ing him and Mr. Tyson. The husV band insisted he was defending himself. ƒue to the conflicting verV sions of events5 ƒeputy ‹iser against the couple and simple battery against Mr. Tyson.GLEN ST. MARY TOWN COUNCIL A R & R, INC 10525 DUVAL LANE MACCLENNY, FL 32063 Phone (904) 259-4774 The following vehicle will be sold at public auction August 5, 2011 at 10:00 am at A R & R INC, 10525 Duval Lane, Macclenny, FL 32063. 2000 Chevy Blazer VIN #1GNCS13W8Y2131083 1988 Ford F350 VIN #1FDJF37H6JKA41394 7/21 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT The Department of Environmental Protection gives notice of its intent to issue a permit to Florida Department of Corrections (FDOC), 501 South Calhoun Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399, (PA File No.: FLA011332-006-DW2P) for the construction of modifications to increase the permitted treatment and effluent reuse capacity of the Baker Correctional Institution (BCI) wastewater treatment facility (WWTF) from 0.290 MGD AADF to 0.320 MGD AADF to accommodate the increase in inmate populations from the construction of a new Re-Entry Center at BCI. A new 0.128 MGD AADF permitted capacity public access reuse system is constructed to replace loss of effluent reuse capacity from the construction of the Re-Entry Center on the site of the existing 0.105 MGD AADF permitted capacity restricted access sprayfield. WWTF modifications include upgrades to the existing influent pump station and the existing chlorination system, the replacement of the existing flow splitter box, the construction of new biosolids dewatering beds, the installation of new polyester disc filtration units, the construction of a dual compartment highlevel disinfection basin, the construction of a reclaimed water/reject water transfer pump station, a combined reject water and system ground storage tank, and a high service reclaimed water pump station to supply reclaimed water meeting public access reuse requirements to BCI and the Re-Entry Center for non-potable applications including toilet/urinal flushing and laundry facilities and for in-plant reuse for gas chlorination at the BCI WWTF. The facility is located at latitude 30 12 41.38Ž N, longitude 82 22 21.32Ž W on 20706 U.S. 90 West, Sanderson, Florida 32807 in Baker County. The intent to issue and application file are available for public inspection during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidays, at the Departments Northeast District Office, 7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite B200, Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7577, at phone number (904) 256-1700. The Department will issue the permit with the attached conditions unless a timely petition for an administrative hearing is filed under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, within fourteen days of receipt of notice. The procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set forth below. A person whose substantial interests are affected by the Departments proposed permitting decision may petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. The petition must contain the information set forth below and must be filed (received by the Clerk) in the Office of General Counsel of the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000. Under Rule 62-110.106(4), Florida Administrative Code, a person may request an extension of the time for filing a petition for an administrative hearing. The request must be filed (received by the Clerk) in the Office of General Counsel before the end of the time period for filing a petition for an administrative hearing. Petitions filed by any persons other than those entitled to written notice under Section 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, must be filed within fourteen days of publication of the notice or within fourteen days of receipt of the written notice, whichever occurs first. Section 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, however, also allows that any person who has asked the Department for notice of agency action may file a petition within fourteen days of receipt of such notice, regardless of the date of publication. The petitioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the applicant at the address indicated above at the time of filing. The failure of any person to file a petition or request for an extension of time within fourteen days of receipt of notice shall constitute a waiver of that persons right to request an administrative determination (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another party) will be only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205, Florida Administrative Code. A petition that disputes the material facts on which the Departments action is based must contain the following information, as indicated in Rule 28-106.201, Florida Administrative Code: (a) The name and address of each agency affected and each agencys file or identification number, if known; (b) The name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner; the name, address, and telephone number of the petitioners representative, if any, which shall be the address for service purposes during the course of the proceeding; and an explanation of how the petitioners substantial interests will be affected by the determination; (c) A statement of when and how the petitioner received notice of the Departments decision; (d) A statement of all disputed issues of material fact. If there are none, the petiTION MUST SO Indicate; (e) A concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific facts the petitioner contends warrant reversal or modification of the Departments proposed action; (f) A statement of the specific rules or statutes the petitioner contends require reversal or modification of the Departments proposed action; and (g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action petitioner wishes the Department to take with respect to the Departments proposed action. Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency action, the filing of a petition means that the Departments final action may be different from the position taken by it in this notice. Persons whose substantial interests will be affected by any such final decision of the Department have the right to petition to become a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above. In addition to requesting an administrative hearing, any petitioner may elect to pursue mediation. The election may be accomplished by filing with the Department a mediation agreement with all parties to the proceeding (i.e., the applicant, the Department, and any person who has filed a timely and sufficient petition for a hearing). The agreement must contain all the information required by Rule 28-106.404, Florida Administrative Code. The agreement must be received by the Clerk in the Office of General Counsel of the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, within ten days after the deadline for filing a petition, as set forth above. Choosing mediation will not adversely affect the right to a hearing if mediation does not result in a settlement. As provided in Section 120.573, Florida Statutes, the timely agreement of all parties to mediate will toll the time limitations imposed by Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, for holding an administrative hearing and issuing a final order. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the mediation must be concluded within sixty days of the execution of the agreement. If mediation results in settlement of the administrative dispute, the Department must enter a final order incorporating the agreement of the parties. Persons seeking to protect their substantial interests that would be affected by such a modified final decision must file their petitions within fourteen days of receipt of this notice, or they shall be deemed to have waived their right to a proceeding under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. If mediation terminates without settlement of the dispute, the Department shall notify all parties in writing that the administrative hearing processes under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, remain available for disposition of the dispute, and the notice will specify the deadlines that then will apply for challenging the agency action and electing remedies under those two statutes. 7/21 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY JACKSONVILLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing pursuant to Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the CodeŽ), will be held by the Executive Director of the Jacksonville Economic Development Commission (the IssuerŽ), or a designee, on behalf of the Issuer, Baker County, Clay County, Nassau County and St. Johns County, Florida, on Monday, August 15, 2011, beginning at 1:30 p.m., local time, at the offices of the Issuer, 1 West Adams Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32202. The public hearing will be held for the purpose of considering the following: The proposed issuance by the Issuer of its Industrial Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (YMCA of Floridas First Coast Project), Series 2011, in aggregate principal amount not to exceed $21,000,000 (the BondsŽ), to obtain funds for a loan by the Issuer to The Young Mens Christian Association of Floridas First Coast, Inc. (the YMCAŽ), and its subsidiary, Strong Communities Realty Corporation, each a Florida nonprofit corporation and an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Code, in a principal amount equal to the principal amount of the Bonds, for the purpose of refunding the Issuers outstanding Variable Rate Demand Revenue and Refunding Bonds (YMCA of Floridas First Coast Project), Series 2003, issued in the original principal amount of $20,500,000, and the Issuers outstanding Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (YMCA of Floridas First Coast Project), Series 2006, issued in the original principal amount of $5,000,000, approximately $20,415,000 of which are currently outstanding and the proceeds of which were used to finance and refinance the acquisition, construction, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipping of certain social service centers hereinafter described of the YMCA, located at the sites hereinafter described (collectively, the ProjectŽ): Arlington Family YMCA, 8301 Fort Caroline Road, Jessie Ball duPont Family YMCA, 7373 Old Kings Road, James Weldon Johnson Family YMCA, 5700 Cleveland Road, Charles J. Williams Family YMCA, 10415 San Jose Boulevard, and Claude I. Yates Family YMCA, 221 Riverside Avenue, in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida; Baker County Family YMCA, 98 W. Lowder Street, Macclenny, Baker County, Florida; Camp Immokalee, 6765 Immokalee Road, Keystone Heights, and Dye Clay Family YMCA, 3322 Moody Avenue, Orange Park, and Barco-Newton Family YMCA, 2075 Town Center Boulevard, Orange Park, in Clay County, Florida; McArthur Family YMCA, 1915 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach, Nassau County, Florida; and St. Augustine Family YMCA, 500 Pope Road, St. Augustine, and Winston Family YMCA, 170 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, in St. Johns County, Florida. The Project will continue to be owned and operated by the YMCA. The public hearing is required by Section 147(f) of the Code. Any person interested in the plan of finance, in the proposed issuance of the Bonds or the location or nature of the Project may appear and be heard. Subsequent to the public hearing, the Council of the City of Jacksonville (the CouncilŽ) and the Board of County Commissioners of Baker County, the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County and the Board of County Commissioners of St. Johns County (collectively, the BoardsŽ) will consider whether to approve the Bonds, as required by section 147(f) of the Code. The public hearing will be conducted in a manner that provides a reasonable opportunity to be heard for persons with differing views on the financing, the location and nature of the Project and the issuance of the Bonds. Any person desiring to be heard on this matter is requested to attend the public hearing or send a representative. Written comments may be submitted to the Issuer at the 1 West Adams Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, Attention: Executive Director. Further information relating to this matter is available for inspection and copying during regular business hours at the office of the Executive Director of the Issuer at the above address. Comments made at the hearing are for the consideration of the Issuer, the Council and the Boards and will not bind any legal action to be taken by the Issuer, the Council or the Boards in connection with its consideration and approval of the financing and the issuance of the Bonds. IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION WITH RESPECT TO ANY SUCH MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, SUCH PERSON WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, SUCH PERSON MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. In accordance with the American Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this hearing should contact the Issuer no later than seven days prior to the hearing at the address given above. Dated: July 14, 2011 JACKSONVILLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION By: Ron Barton Executive Director 7/21 ALL SAFE MINI STORAGE 190 SOUTH LOWDER STREET MACCLENNY, FLORIDA 32063 904-259-3565 The following units containing household items such as furniture, appliances, etc., will be sold by public auction at 9:00 am July 30, 2011 to satisfy back rent. The following tenants can claim their property back if rent is paid before this date: Name Unit # Swain Riggs 104 Johnnie Hollings 155 Brandy Jones 306 Donald Boston 113 7/14-7/20 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The North Florida Broadband Authorit y (NFBAŽ) announces a public meeting to which all interested persons are invited. The NFBA is a legal entity and public body created pursuant to the provisions of Section 163.01, Florida Statutes, and an Interlocal Agreement among: Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Union and Wakulla Counties and municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello, Perry, White Springs and Worthington Springs, Florida. The special meeting will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at the Suwannee River Water Management District, Suwannee Room, 9225 County Road 49, Live Oak, Florida 32060. The meeting agenda will be posted to the NFBA website at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. The NFBA Board will address general operating issues of the NFBA. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the NFBA with respect to any matter considered at the meeting, such person will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, including the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding, or if you have any questions regarding this meeting, please contact the Clerk to the NFBA Board at (877) 5523482, at least two business days prior to the date of the meeting. 7/21 L egal N otices We pay cash $225 & up for junk vehicles No title necessary | Licensed Also remove any kind of scrap metal !" 386-867-1396 Call Junk Joe United Christian Academy28 W. Macclenny Ave.(Midtowne Center)259-1199 NOW ENROLLING K-12United Christian Academy in our 14th year"#$%&'Drama Photography Music & Much More"!()' *()' "+ ", "!.) "(/$0'+'*1'23 + /456789+ ++ Training, educating & discipling today for tomorrows leaders.( ...they shall mount up with wings as eagles...Ž Isaiah 40:31 Contact Pastor Mitch Rhoden for more info @ or 305-2131 ALSO ENROLLING Eagles Nest School Readiness Center | 6 wks. VPK | 259-8466olice are seeking a disgrunV tled exVboyfriend who allegedly backed his vehicle into another one in a yard off ƒoyle _illiams “d. north of qanderson on July 11. ‚athan Morris5 S85 of }len qt. Mary reportedly went to the adV dress about R\\ to return propV erty belonging to his estranged girlfriend Wshley ~arvey.  know how can really make you hate me. m gonna run into that truck at the end of the driveV way5Ž Ms. ~arvey zuoted him as saying before he got into his ~onda and backed it into the passenger side of a 1YYR ‚issan pickup. The damaged vehicle belongs to Christine ~arvey. ƒeputy Jason ^ryan was unV able to contact Mr. Morris after for felony criminal mischief. There was no immediate damage estimate. n other reports involving veV hicles or parts5 a complaint was +? S[5 of Macclenny for allegedly arV ranging for a third party to purV chase a transmission belonging to his brother Jason. The person he gave it to deV termined the transmission was damaged and brought it back5 exV plaining to ƒeputy €arl Šord that he believed he had Mr. arishs permission to purchase it. ;? he did not give his brother that authority. —

ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 7W passenger in a vehicle stopped late on July 11 because the driver was not wearing a seat belt ended up jailed for felony possession of drugs and paraV phernalia. ƒeputy atrick Mc}auley said he found residue from the preV scription drug Zxycodone in the bottom of a soda can in a purse belonging to ‹ayla ^lackburn5 SS5 of Macclenny. Wlso found in the purse during a consent search were syringes5 needles and a spoon with resiV due. Ms. ^lackburn and another feV male were in a †ord pickup that abruptly turned off qouth ]th in Macclenny about 11S\ into the parking lot of the ‹angaroo conV venience store. The deputy said he followed the vehicle after noting driver James qtavely5 US5 of Macclenny was not wearing a seat belt. ~e was ticketed for the violation. n other drugVrelated arrests —ADB qt. Mary was arrested for felony possession of marijuana with intent to sell after the vehicle he was riding in the evening of July 1R was stopped on C“ 1S[. ƒeputy ‹oty Crews said he observed a Chevrolet q–ˆ had no tail lights a it headed south about YS\5 and during a consent search he found ]] small plastic baggies on the suspect and two more elsewhere in the vehicle. Mr. qtoddard also had a small amount of marijuana in anothV er baggie5 and ƒeputy Crews learned the driver was wanted in qanta “osa County for a probaV tion violation. ~e also charged the suspect with resisting arrest for initially giving a false name. ƒriver reston ^urns5 S\5 of }len was given a warning about the tail lights. —HAB an eastbound 1YY8 Chevrolet on –q Y\ near Šowder in Macclenny the evening of July 11 and arrestV ed ^rian ^rown5 XX5 of MacclenV ny for misdemeanor possession. % car because Mr. ^rown was not wearing a seat belt5 and saw him toss a partially smoked marijuaV na cigarette onto the ground. ~e also found a baggie with a small amount of the drug in the susV pects pants pocket. Mr. ^rown was also charged with unknowingly driving on a suspended license and having an open can of beer in the vehicle. —H+ plaint for misdemeanor possesV sion against ›achary ~older5 SS5 of }len the evening of July 1[ after stopping his westbound ontiac on –q Y\ for lack of a tag light. Mr. ~older consented to a search5 and ƒeputy Crews found two baggies of marijuana on the suspect. W ^aldwin man faces multiple driving away from the scene of an accident in south Macclenny the afternoon of July 1U. W witness at the accident scene at qouth ]th and Šowder qt. ;%7 the person at the wheel of a 1YY\ blue and white Chevrolet pickup that struck another vehicle at the stop light5 then backed up into one behind it before speeding off southbound toward nterstate 1\. The accident occurred about UR\. W witness who followed the pickup guided responding ƒepuV ty ƒaniel ‚ichols west on _oodV lawn “d.5 then south on }lenn _illiamson “d. to a residence where the pickup was parked. t bore evidence of a recent colliV sion and had been abandoned. Mr. Thomas and passenger Joshua Jarrell5 S\5 of MacclenV ny5 were located about 1\\ yards away at a residence and5 accordV ing to ƒeputy ‚ichols5 were sweating profusely and admitted being in the pickup. They claimed a third perV son they knew only as JustinŽ ( the area on foot. W subsezuent search of the area yielded no such suspect5 and the two were taken back to the accident scene. ƒeputy ‚ichols learned that Mr. Thomas was driving on a liV habitual offender. ~e was also charged with leaving the scene5 resisting without violence for telling police about the third susV pect and careless driving. The suspension charge is a felony5 as is an added one for reV sisting with violence because Mr. Thomas positioned his body to prevent being placed in a patrol car. The truck was registered to Mr. Jarrell5 who was not charged. —H++ ed qhuan ~arrell5 X85 of }len qt. Mary for driving on a susV pended license after he stopped his Chevrolet q–ˆ for speeding northbound on C“ 1SR near Zdis `arbrough “d. % vehicle at [X mph in a UR ‰one about 1S1[ that morning. The driver revealed he has a court date this week on a similar charge. —3' three defendants who either turned themselves in at county jail or were already there ^rian _illiamson5 SX5 of Šake City for no vehicle registration5 Crystal Taylor5 X\5 of }ulfport5 Mq on a Clay County warrant for theft5 and Tyrone “eed5 XU5 of MacV clenny for sale and possession off marijuana. ATTORNEYDavid P. Dearingformer Baker County Prosecutor SERIOUS INJURIES CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF ANOTHER AND CRIMINAL DEFENSEJ Macclenny 259-1352Toll Free (888) 211-9451All initial consultations are absolutely free.The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. INJURY LAW Woodlawn Kennels Quality Professional Care GROOMING 2594757 BOARDING !"#$%&'()*$+ ....... ,-/(,-0 %&'()1#+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+,2/(,20 %34................... ,0(,5 Independent Distributor of Premier Designs High Fashion Jewelry and mobile hair styling salonFrederica Johnson: 352.278.7834 or 904.259.1526 for information or to arrange for a home showing olice arrested a _inter ~aven5 †Š man on sevV eral charges after he allegedly attacked a couple at a north Macclenny trailer park the evening of July 11. ƒeputy atrick Mc}auley said he arrived at the -'D™ %? U[5 bleeding from lacerations to the face and chest. fronted _illiam ~and5 X85 who was intoxicated and unsteady on his feet. The suspect admitted to beV ing in a friendly tussleŽ with Mr. erkins5 and was bleeding from his mouth and an earlobe. % A( and into handcuffs after he approached him in a threatening manner. Mr. erkins said he was accosted by the suspect5 who had been drinking heavily and was making advances at his wife. Wt one point5 Mr. ~and also struck Mrs. erkins in the chest when she attempted to intervene. ~e was booked at county jail for battery5 disturbV A? declined to press charges. n other incidents —;H'6D about the face and head when jumped by an unV known assailant as he left Macs Šizuors in downV town Macclenny about midnight on July 1[. ƒeputy Johnny ~odges said he arrived at the –q 6 AH' len face. ~e refused treatment by a rescue team at the scene5 and he was to be shown a photo lineup of possible suspects. —%0ID tient5 age X85 who allegedly attacked them the mornV ing of July 1X. Šaura }askins5 XX5 and Jerika Šovingood5 SX5 both of }len5 told ƒeputy Jeremiah Combs the paV tient refused to calm herself after starting a disturV bance in the commons area of ^uilding R[5 then scratched and kicked them when ordered into a nearby room. Ms. Šovingood said the incident was not reported for two days because it is hospital policy to contact a social worker before police. —H'' ‹elsy Wkins5 185 her mother _illie Mc}oogin5 U\5 and ^randy Manning5 S85 following a confrontation at a œuail Šane address in Macclenny just after midV night on July 1]. Ms. Manning told ƒeputy ^randon ‹iser she had her infant daughter in her arms when attacked5 a claim denied by the mother and daughter.Arrested a er hit and runFriendly tussle arrestDrunk man attacks couple at homePassenger arrested for drugsRent-a-scout^oy qcout Troop 1R\ is rentV ing out scouts to do odd jobs around the house. The MacclennyVbased troop decided to embark on the projV ect as a fund raiser5 and has made its members available for tasks ranging from yard work to hauling trash and pressure washing. Contact ^en ‹elly at YSXV ]]\U or Justin Johns at SRYV 8U]S for more details and pricV ing. Online C CLet people know whats going onpost your special event online


Page 8 T B C P ursday, July 21, 2011 MIKE ANDERSONPRESS STAFF More than S\\ new homes with twoVcar garages5 underV ground utilities and sidewalks along manicured streets. ŠongV lasting vinyl fencing5 a clubhouse and a pool for residents in a new subdivision between Macclenny and }len qt. Mary. t sounded like a good idea at the time. The housing bubble was still intact and the economy hadnt tanked yet. ^ut not long after the }reystone subdivision plans were approved by the county in S\\R5 the housing market began imV ploding and the worst recession since the 1YX\s hit the country like a tsunami. }reystone5 located off –q Y\ near ^aker County ~igh qchool5 is like so many other housing developments today that began during the boom times but were abandoned long before compleV tion when the money supply dried up. nstead of the original SX1 home sites5 three houses make up the entire neighborhood5 which is largely vacant lots with tall grass and weeds up to [ feet high and littered with numerous storm waV ter drainage pipes that never got put in the ground. Zne of the residents5 81VyearV old widow Catherine Šeighton5 recently appeared before the ^aker County Commission seekV ing help to keep overgrown lots mowed next door to her property on }reystone ƒrive. qhe said she had talked to the real estate agent who sold her the house in ƒecember5 S\\Y and the contractor who built it5 and both told her there was nothing they could do to help her. qomebodys got to be able to do something5Ž she told comV missioners on July R. ve put Q1R\5\\\ into that house and m ashamed for any of my friends to come in there.Ž Ms. Šeighton said shes gone to the doctor for treatment of two eye infections that she believes was caused by windblown seeds from tall bahia grass on the adV jacent lots. qhes also concerned about snakes5 rodents and other pests that can easily hide in the tall weeds. qhe said she wants the legally responsible individual to take care of the vacant properties and keep the grass mowed along the road through the neighborhood. –nfortunately5 that individuV al is the developer5 †lorida Šand Company ŠŠC5 and theyre in bankruptcy5Ž County Manager C.J. Thompson told the widow. –nder normal conditions5 the on people who let their properV ties grow wild. ^ut the county atV torney noted that if the owner is bankrupt theyre probably not goV / Ms. Šeighton said weeds and high grass are not her only comV plaint. Though its supposed to be an enclosed neighborhood5 she said she has seen pickup trucks coming from the high school across the road through her neighborhood as a short cut to –q Y\. Zne day counted SX big trucks come through my neighV borhood from the high school5Ž she told commissioners5 adding that some of them speed. To help discourage cutV A% said the county had a ‚o ZutletŽ sign erected at the entrance to the subdivision. Ms. Šeighton said }reystone could be a really nice subdivision5 but its just going to pot.Ž ve lived all over the –nited qtates5 in California5 Wtlanta ... and ve never lived in a place like this5Ž she said. Commissioners expressed sympathy for her predicament5 but said the county has no legal obligation or responsibility to do anything about it. ts not the governments reV sponsibility to go mow those lots5Ž Commission Chairman MiV chael Crews told her. ^ut will mow those lots for you with my mower on my time and wont charge you a dime.Ž Three days later5 Mr. Crews said5 he was over there mowing the lots. Wnd5 he said5 hes willing to continue to mow them through the summer growing season5 which he estimates could be anV other half a do‰en mowings. Ms. Šeighton expressed appreV ciation for the offer. f can just get someone to mow it will live there till die5Ž she said. Ws for the grass and weeds along the road5 the county owns the rightVofVway5 which extends a bit wider than the asphalt and concrete curb5Ž said €d reston5 the countys planning and ‰oning director. roblem is5 the developer originally planned to charge resiV dents a QSR\ annual homeowner association fee for maintenance of the common grounds5 includV ing grass and the clubhouse and swimming pool which never came to be. Mr. reston said its possible that another developer could end up buying the property from the bank that now or soon will own it and pick up where the original developer left off. ^ut theres no telling when that could happen. Meanwhile5 the neighborV hoods few residents arent the only ones left in the lurch by the failure of the developer to comV plete the project. The City of Macclenny extendV ed water and sewer lines to the 7)' ing all of them by now. ^ut it has only three customers5 including a widow who hates to see the grass and weeds encroaching on her mowed lawn.JOEL ADDINGTONNEWS EDITOR opted to defer prosecution of forV mer ^aker ~igh students who face criminal mischief and other misdemeanor charges for an apV parent senior prank at the high school on May S\5 one week beV fore graduation. n return the youths5 ages 1[V 185 have agreed to pay restituV tion for damage done to the footV BD Mary campus and serve X\VU\ community service hours5 said assistant state attorney Josh ‹uhlmann. Mr. ‹uhlmann said after a meeting with school district ofV D D@ cided that the graduating seniors were adezuately punished for the numbers S\11Ž and hanging two support posts under a covV ered concrete walkway on the west side of the campus. The students were barred from the May S[ graduation cerV emony and court records now ( criminal activity. _e both felt that was ample punishment5Ž said Mr. ‹uhlV mann. t remains unclear5 however5 how much restitution the stuV dents will have to pay to avoid prosecution. The prosecutor has consulted the high schools grounds keeper regarding the money spent to reV _e have a memo from the grounds keeper on how much it & not prepared to release that yet5Ž he said late last week. The parents have not agreed to those amounts yet5Ž Mr. ‹uhlV mann added. Wnd it doesnt necV essarily have to be agreed to by the parents5 but d like to do this as amicably as possible for everyV one involved.Ž The attorney is a longtime soccer player as well5 and praised & ,% E ing5Ž he said. t looks better than -&' can understand why theyre reimbursed for it.Ž Zn the night of the vandalism5 ƒeputy Matt “iegel spotted six male students during a routine sweep of the campus about 1SX\ am. Two of them were apprehendV ed immediately5 two more were located hiding near the tennis courts after other officers had been summoned5 another was caught in the nearby }reystone subdivision to the east and the sixth later that morning. Wll were charged with criminal mischief and trespass5 one with possession of alcohol under the age of S1 and the ones who ran with resisting police. ƒeputy “iegel confiscated fishing line and bags of salt in a plastic bag when he took ƒustin eterson5 185 and a 1[VyearVold male into custody. ^oth are from the }len qt. Mary area. The youths admitted to pourV ing salt on the field5 ƒeputy “ieV gels report indicates. Two other students5 Joshua Corbitt5 185 of }len qt. Mary and a 1[VyearVold5 no address indiV cated5 were located by Cpl. ^en Wnderson in the †ord pickup beV ing driven by Mr. Corbitt in the nearby subdivision. ^oth were arrested. The same deputy soon locatV ed another vehicle in }reystone5 this one containing four ^C~q students. Zne of them5 “yan }ilV lory5 185 of qanderson5 admitted to running from police away from the campus. ~e was also charged with possession of alcohol under S1 years of age. Wlexander Mc‹en‰ie5 185 no address indicated5 managed to evade the officers and was named in a criminal complaint after he was identified by the others. Wssistant state attorney ‹uhlmann called the deferred prosecution5the most lenient thing we can do.Ž ~e said the teens will have four to six months to complete their community service and pay the restitution. f thats completed5 the charges will be dropped5Ž said Mr. ‹uhlmann.BCHS pranksters will pay damages, do community service PHOTOS BY MIKE ANDERSONPictured are the overgrown retention pond and vacant lots of the Greystone subdivision. THE OFFICE MART 110 South Fifth Street | Downtown Macclenny 259-3737 WE ALSO DO CUSTOM PRINTING! Weeds taking over in subdivisionElderly widow pleads with county for help


ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 9 KELLEY LANNIGANFEATURES features@bakercountypress.comW new state law prohibitV ing lowVhanging pants in pubV lic schools will change how the ^aker County qchool ƒistrict enV forces its dress code5 particularly rules barring pants so low that undergarments are exposed. Those changes will put some teeth in disciplinary measures5Ž said ^aker County ~igh qchool principal Tom ~ill5 speaking last week about the impact of qenate GF ull `our ants –pŽ bill recently signed by }overnor “ick qcott. The bill became effective July I states in the nation to prohibit students from wearing clothing that exposes their undergarV mentsŽ or indecently exposes their body partsŽ while at school. Zther states and some towns have also taken similar actions. The school district has had dress codes in place for some time. Theyre predominately enV forced at the middle and high school levels. D stated in the S\1\V11 qtudent Code of Conduct5 which is underV '( tions of the new law and changes in others areas as well. The code already states that pants5 jeans or shorts are not to be worn below the belt line. Wccording to Mr. ~ill5 the main changes mandated by the bill on the current dress code polV icy will be in disciplinary action5 especially for repeat offenders. < verbal warning to the student and parents or guardians inV formed about the incident. The second offense will render a student ineligible to participate in any extracurricular activities rezuire parents to meet with the principal. W third offense will involve inV school suspension for up to three days5 ineligibility to participate in extraVcurricular activities and a letter informing parents of the situation. The high school previously dealt with first time offenders by giving them verbal warnings and pink slips5Ž which help the district track such events in the schools database. W second ofV fence5 depending on the severity of the violation and at the discreV tion of administrators5 carried the possibility of inVschool susV pension. Mr. ~ill said a student could also be rezuired to wear a schoolVissued garment5 typically scrubs5Ž over the inappropriate clothing for the duration of the school day. Mr. ~ill stated that dress code violations happen more than would likeŽ and expressed opV timism that the new legislation will help curb those incidents even further. The mission of the current code states5 The dress code of the ^aker County qchool ƒistrict is an attempt to work in concert with the goals and philosophy of our schools and to create a wholesome environment for the educating of our youth.Ž qtate qenator }ary qiplin of Zrlando5 who sponsored q^ SS85 has said5 This bill is proVfamily5 proVeducation5 proVjobs legislaV tion and is necessary to put the focus in the classroom back on learning ... ts designed to teach our children discipline and reV spect for others and themselves.Ž The high schools current qtuV dent Code of Conduct5 which is in appropriate dress as —D$ es that reveal body imprints due to excessive tightness5 including spandexVtype clothing. —D deemed too short by individual school administration5 shorts or dresses having splits or shorts worn for physical education. —G clothing without appropriate under garments5 sun dresses without straps5 halters5 backless dresses5 tube tops5 half shirts5 openVsided shirts5 TVback tops and tank tops or camis {unless covered by an appropriate outer garment|. —+ es5 symbols5 pictures5 patches or insignias5 which are obscene5 profane5 offensive5 or drug5 alcoV hol or gang related. —' nas or headbands in school buildings {except for special ocV casions as approved by the adV ministration|. — during school hours. —< tened. —?$ below belt line. Clothing and styles considered ha‰ardous to health or safety and not allowed are —G and shoes with wheels. —D —+$ elry5 clothing or adornment that may be considered dangerous or disruptive to the learning enviV ronment.KELLEY LANNIGANFEATURES“egistration for children atV tending kindergarten this fall began last Wpril and according to the ^aker County re‹‹inderV garten Center5 close to U\\ chilV dren are now signed up5 enough to comprise SS classes. ^onnie Jones5 newlyVappointV ed principal at the center5 and asV sistant principal ‹elly ~orne are urging parents who have not regV istered their children to do so as soon as possible. The new school year begins Wugust SS and registration is the key component to the school5 teachers5 staff5 children and parV ents being fully prepared5Ž said Ms. Jones. t also sets the tone in a childs attitude toward startV ing school. qince children typiV cally accompany parents to regV ister5 it conveys a message that school is important5 that its a very big deal5 that the children themselves are important.Ž Wccording to the two adminV istration5 particularly early regisV on a number of levels. Most people5 because they dont work in the system are unV aware of the big picture and the critical role registration plays5Ž said Ms. Jones. t impacts everything5Ž said Ms. ~orne. †rom scheduling bus routes to ordering supplies for the cafV eteria to making sure each classV room has the right number of desks and textbooks to ensuring the school is staffed with an adV ezuate number of teachers and support personnel all school functions are predicated on inV formation provided by parents registering their children. †oremost5 the number of chilV dren on record dictates the numV ber of teachers and staff a school can hire. f a large group of chilV dren show up at the last moV ment5 there may not be a teachV er available or even a classroom available. Children are divided up among existing classrooms temporarily until a teacher5 and hopefully space to accommodate them5 can be found. That causes unnecessary stress and anxiety which can be easily avoided by early registraV tion5Ž said Ms. Jones. “egistering ahead of time also ensures children and parV ents have opportunities to parV ticipate in orientation events which include getting aczuainted with teachers5 classrooms5 school policy5 school supplies needed by each child and when to attend open house events5Ž said Ms. ~orne. “egistration records provide teachers with vital information on each child5 like how to contact and communicate with parents and any special medical needs a child may have. That informaV tion helps teachers prepare their classrooms to accommodate their students5 down to personalV i‰ing each childs desk and cubby storage space with their names. Children not registered until the last minute may not have a desk or cubby space when they arrive. t takes time to enter all a childs necessary information into the schools database so earV ly registration greatly facilitates the process5Ž said Ms. Jones. ~aving those records allows a teacher to send personali‰ed corV respondence to parents before the school year begins5 informing them of pertinent information such as dates of school events5 daily classroom and cafeteria schedules5 curriculum schedules and more.Ž “egistering ahead of time also helps parents with things like staggered start5 which is reV ally important to a kindergarten child making a smooth transition from being at home to being at school5Ž said Ms. ~orne. Wgain5 early registration is key. qtaggered start takes place having a child registered5 parV ents get information about the schedule. Znly a handful of children from each classroom attend on week of class. Teachers can have oneVonVone time to get aczuaintV ed and children learn where their classrooms and desks are5 school rules and have time to memoV ri‰e ƒ numbers they need to get lunch and check out books. The children must memori‰e the number and be able to punch it into a keypad in the cafeteria5Ž said Ms. ~orne. f they arent registered enough time in adV vance5 they might miss staggered start and have a harder time making the transition.Ž “egistration impacts abV solutely everything5Ž said Ms. Jones. €ven who is included in the class enrollment list pubV lished by The Baker County Press which parents reference to child is assigned to. f not regisV tered in time5 a childs name may be left out.Ž Children may be registered for kindergarten at age R if they will be ] years old by qeptember 1. To register a child5 a parent or guardian will need a drivers liV cense5 proof of residency5 a copy & proof of custody if they are not the birth parent. ƒocumentation of a recent physical examination and a current shot record are also rezuired. The re‹‹indergarten CenV ter is located at X]S qouth ^lvd. €. in Macclenny. †or more inforV mation on registering your child please call the center at SRYV \U\R. Camille BeckmanThis unique restorative cream moisturizes and nourishes through the careful blend: ing of Glycerine; Vitamin E; Aloe Vera; Wheat Protein; Almond Oil; and Botanical Extracts< Find the best hand cream in the nation exclusively at<<< Treat yourself...Southern Charm==> South Fifth Street ~ Macclenny ~ ?@C:D=D> PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGANTammy Brownlee, left, helps her nephew Seth Harvey accept his kindergarten registration packet from principal Bonnie Jones.Early registration instrumentalFor PreK-Kindergarten center students, sta New law gives dress code teeth PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MALONEYMaloney named Small Firms ChairMacclenny attorney Frank Maloney has been named Chair of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section of the Florida Bar Association. He is the rst attorney from Baker County as well as the rst from the 8th Judicial Circuit to serve in the position, which he will hold until May, 2012. The Florida Bar is one of the largest legal associations in the country with The General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section comprising 60 percent. Mr. Maloney will be involved in helping develop continuing education seminars for members and generating the groups quarterly newsletter. He will also be spearheading a joint symposium between all sections of the Florida Bar to take place in London next year. Its a great honor to be chair,Ž he said. The presence of The General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section tends to be disenfranchised compared to the bigger, more high profile legal firms, but its actually the backbone of the bar. My goal is to make sure it has a big voice in the organization.Ž Do you have any old photos of Baker County people or buildings?Share them with our readers. 259-2400


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Tyre, L.F.D 11 years Bill Guerry, L.F.D. 45 years Bryan Guerry, L.F.D. 27 yearsSean Connell, 11, an accident victimqean ƒouglas Connell5 115 of Macclenny died after a tragic accident on July 115 S\11. qean was born in Jacksonville to James Connell and Wngel rice Connell on May 15 S\\\. ~e was a ^aker CounV ty resident for two years after moving from Jacksonville and a memV ber of †irst Wssembly of }od in Macclenny. qean loved skateV boarding5 video games5 talking5 %K was predeceased by grandfaV ther “obert ^obŽ rice‡ greatV grandfather €d ƒeˆevo‡ cousin Trudy Taylor qarman. qurvivors include his parents of Macclenny‡ maternal grandV parents John and ˆivian qmith‡ paternal grandparents ^ob and ƒonna Connell‡ greatVgrandV mother †rances ƒeˆevo‡ brothV er James ƒerrick Connell Jr.‡ sisters Christian ‚ichole ConV nell5 ^reanna ƒanielle †inton and Jaylee Z‚eal‡ four aunts‡ three uncles. The funeral service was held July 1] at S\\ pm at his church ?;? ciating. nterment followed at Macedonia Cemetery in MacV clenny. ˆ. Todd †erreira †uV neral qervices was in charge of arrangements. Sean ConnellMargaret Helms, 81, of MacclennyMargaret Jean Thomas ˆoorV hees ~elms5 815 of Macclenny died at her home on July 1S5 S\11 surrounded by her lovV ing family. qhe was born JanuV ary S\5 1YX\ in Clearwater to “aymond Wlison Thomas and Martha ~olmes ƒykes Thomas. qhe was a funVloving5 devoted wife5 mother5 grandmother and greatVgrandmother who enjoyed life to the fullest. qhe loved beV ing involved with all family acV tivities and lived for her family. ~er lifes work was devoted to the education of children. n 1Y]\5 she and _illa Jean _alkV dergarten in Macclenny5 ^usy ^eaver ‹indergarten. Then she worked with the ^aker County qchool qystem from 1Y]8 until her retirement in 1Y88. Margaret was an active ChrisV tian and a lifeVlong member of †irst ^aptist Church of MacV clenny. n recent years she atV tended †irst Wssembly of }od of Macclenny. qhe was predeceased by her HK hees‡ brother John “ay ThomV as‡ sister ƒorothy Cook. qurvivors include devoted husband of 1Y years Theron ~elms‡ sister €li‰abeth qutherV land‡ son “ichard _. {qusan| ˆoorhees‡ daughter Martha Wnne {ƒarrell| }iddens‡ stepV sons Troy {Joy| ~elms and qteV ven {Šauren| ~elms‡ grandchilV dren Wshley }iddens {Joshua| otts5 Wdam ƒ. {qarah| }idV dens5 Wlison “ae ˆoorhees5 “.J. {Casey| ˆoorhees5 Callihan ~elms5 €llie ~elms5 Jackson ~elms5 “osie ~elms5 ~udson ~elms and “uby ~elms‡ three greatVgrandchildren. The funeral service was July 1R at †irst Wssembly of }od in Macclenny with astor Joshua ?HG ciating. nterment followed at _oodlawn Cemetery. allbearV ers were “.J. ˆoorhees5 Wdam }iddens5 Callihan ~elms5 JusV ton _ignall5 Jonathan _ignall and Clifton _ignall. }iddensV“eed †uneral ~ome was in charge of arrangements.Randy Johnson, an avid sportsmanƒoyle “andyŽ “andall JohnV son5 R[5 of Macclenny died July 1X5 S\11. “anV dy was born in JacksonV ville to ^etty Šouise “iley Johnson and the late ƒoyle Wlderman Johnson on ‚ovember 1S5 1YRX. ~e was a resident of ^aker County for the last three years after moving from _hitehouse. Mr. Johnson was a 1Y[1 grad uate of axon qenior ~igh qchool5 worked as a supervisor for Wtlantic ^uilders5 a volunV teer for the ‚ielson Transplant †oundation5 and was viceVpresiV dent of the ^aldwin ~igh qchool ^ooster Club. ~e coached in the olice Wthletic Šeague5 winV ning a national championship in 1Y[[ and hosted the show North Florida Sportsman with Randy Johnson ing and was an avid }ator fan. qurvivors include his mothV er ^etty Šouise “iley Johnson of Jacksonville‡ loving wife of S[ years5 qandra ƒee Johnson of Macclenny‡ children ‹asey €li‰abeth Johnson of MacclenV ny and ƒevin ^enton of ƒallas5 TŸ‡ brothers “ichard W. {ƒebV bie| Johnson of Jacksonville and “onald J. {‚ina| Johnson of _hitehouse‡ one niece‡ and granddaughter ‹insley ƒuval. The funeral service was held July 1] at 11\\ am at ˆ. Todd †erreira †uneral qervices ChaV pel in Macclenny with astor @I ment followed at _oodlawn Cemetery in Macclenny. Randy JohnsonIdella Lee, 59, of Macclenny diesdella Mae Šee5 RY5 of MacV clenny died July 85 S\11 at qt. ˆincents Medical Center in Jacksonville. Mrs. Šee was born in Macclenny and resided there all of her life. qurvivors include her loving and devoted husband of UX years5 Wlto Jerome Šee‡ children ƒorV othy Church {Wmbi|5 }er‰ell ^arringer and qchella Šee5 all of Macclenny‡ _anda “obertV son5 of Clarksville5 T‚5 †avian Wlto Šee5 †avian Jeremy Šee5 ƒale Jerome Šee5 _ilbur Šee Johnson and “ushad Šee5 all of Macclenny‡ SR grandchildren‡ three greatVgrandchildren‡ sisV ters Mary Šouise {Tommy| ^urV ton of Šake City and ‚ellie Mae Johnson of Macclenny‡ a numV ber of other loving relatives and friends. The funeral service for Mrs. Šee was held at 11\\ am on July 1] at €mmanuel Church of }od in Christ in Macclenny with ;0@ ing. nterment followed at Mt. ~erman Cemetery in MacclenV ny. ~arry ^rown †uneral ƒirecV tors and Cremation qervice of Macclenny was in charge of arV rangements. Idella LeePatricia Moistner dies in Tennesseeatricia ringle ~arden Moist ner5 R[5 of qoddyVƒaisy5 T‚ died Monday5 July 185 S\11 at her home. qhe was a rotestant and loved ( and gardenV ing5 and had a big heart of gold. qhe was preV ceded in death by her parents Cleveland ~enry and ƒebbie }ladys ringle. qhe is survived by her lovV ing husband of 1[ years5 hilV lip Moistner5 daughters Mary {qtephen| ~iggins5 “obin {JuV nior| arker‡ brothers Šarry Joe {}ayle| ringle5 Šuther {Mary| ringle5 Cleveland {‹aren| ringle‡ grandchildren ^reanna Chancey5 Tommy Chancey and C.J. arker‡ and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be S\\ pm on Thursday5 July S1 in the chapel of _illiamson and qons †uneral ~ome in qoddyV ƒaisy with the “ev. Waron qimV follow in Mount leasant CemV etery. Patricia MoistnerReverend Paxton, 75, of St. George“ev. ^ernard €. ^udŽ axV ton5 [R5 of qt. }eorge5 }W died peacefully July 1U5 S\11 at ~osV pice of the }olden sles in ^runsV wick. “ev. axton was born on ƒecember 15 1YXR in }alion5 Zhio. ~e was an ordained minV ister of the Congregation of ~oV liness Churches5 and a member at _oodstock ark CongregaV tion of ~oliness Church in JackV sonville. ~is greatest joy in life was serving }od and reading the ^ible5 with a special interest in ^iblical prophecy. “ev. axton was a longtime resident of ^aker County before residing in qt. }eorge. ~e reV tired from J€W after more than X\ years. Wfter his retirement he worked for Wdvanced Wuto arts of Macclenny for 1\ years. “ev. axton served in the ‚avy from 1YRSV1YR] and served several more years in the reserves. ~e was preceded in death by parents Mary †rances qmith and James ƒuane axton‡ and brother James ƒuane axton5 Jr. qurvivors include wife “ev. ˆirginia {}inger| axton of qt. }eorge‡ sons Johnny ƒuane {at| axton of }len qt. Mary5 “obin €ugene {‹aren| axton of alatka5 “obert ƒonald axV ton of Jacksonville‡ daughter ^arbara axton of ƒaytona‡ sister Minerva June axton of Zrange ark‡ and a devoted sisV terVinVlaw and caregiver ˆickey ƒ. Champion of Macclenny‡ sevV eral stepchildren and numerous grandchildren and greatVgrandV children. The funeral service was July 6™ astor }eorge ƒugger and “ev. ;B at Zak }rove Cemetery. ~onV orary pallbearers were Mike ^ennett5 ƒaryl ƒugger5 qteven ƒugger5 Šarry ƒuncan5 “ev. Joseph ~utton5 ƒavid ‚utt5 ŠaV mar arks and “ev. ^ill qtearns. ^ud will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved him. }iddensV“eed †uneral ~ome of ^aldwin was in charge of arV rangements.Trinise Surrency, died in accidentTrinise qurrency5 1R5 of MacV clenny died †riday5 July 1R5 S\115 the result of an automoV bile accident. W student at ^aker County ~igh qchool5 she was a dedicated Christian and served faithfully and dutifully at †aith Tabernacle Church in ^aldwin as an usher5 praise team memV ber and nursery worker. qhe was wonderful daughter5 sister5 aunt5 cousin and friend. ~er smile and pretty face brought much joy to all who came in conV tact with her. qurvivors include parents Theodore and ˆickey qurrency‡ sisters Teria and ƒarkeea qurV rency‡ one niece‡ two nephews‡ a host of uncles5 aunts5 relatives and friends. The family will receive friends on July SS from R\\V[\\ pm at €mmanuel Church of }od in Christ and the celebration of life will be held July SX at S\\ pm at the ^aker County Middle qchool auditorium with astor Charles 3 +I neral ~ome of Šake City was in charge of arrangements.Night worship†irst Community ~oliness Church will have a qunday night worship at †aith Temple CZ}C5 †ive Churches “oad north of qanV deron with special guest €vangeV list Chris Mann on qunday5 July SU at ]X\ pm. Welcome First Baptist Church of SandersonCR 229 S., Sanderson FLSunday School ....... 10:00 am Sun. Morning Worship .11:00 am Sun. Evening Worship ..6:00 pm Wed. Eve. Bible Study ..7:00 pm Pastor Bob Christmashttp://www.fbcofsanderson.orgFriday night singThe “oad to Calvary Church at the corner of Madison and qtodV dard in }len qaint Mary will host a †riday night gospel sing July SS from [X\VYX\ pm. Come join us for a good time and if you sing bring your song or just come to listen to some great gospel music. In loving memory ofSamantha Williams2/8/1965-7/25/09 In all the world we shall not a heart so loving and so kind, so soft a voice, so sweet a smile, an inspiration so worthwhile, a sympathy so sure and deep a love so wonderful to keep.WE LOVE AND MISS YOU! MAM, HEIDI, TIM, BRITTANY & BRIANNA Advertising Deadline Monday 5:00 pm NO EXCEPTIONS! COPIESBlack & white/Full colorT O M110 South Fifth St. Custom PrintingStationery Invoices Business Cards Envelopes InvitationsTHE OFFICE MART We publish obituaries & pictures FREE!


ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 11 Christian Fellowship TempleConnecting > Growing > ServingDavid Thomas-Senior Pastor Tim ThomasAssociate Pastor Gary Crummey-Youth PastorLooking for a place to plug in?Join us this week!Theres something for every age!Sundays Sunday School10:00 am Sunday Worship11:00 am Evening Worship6:00 pm Wednesdays Wednesday Worship7:00 pm Were located at 251 W. Ohio Ave. Macclenny, FL Check us out on the web! Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 N., Sanderson, FL Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 amSunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pmPastor: Oral E. Lyons DINKINS NEW CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCHCR 127 N. of Sanderson Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wed. Night Service 7:30 pmPastor Allen Crews Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford T L CSunday school ~ 10:00 am Sunday service ~ 11:00 am Wednesday night Bible Study ~ 6:30 pmFamily style dinner ~ 1st Sunday of the month following serviceA church alive is worth the drive!Pastor Bobby & Faye Gri n Glen St. Mary, Florida1/2 mile South of I-10 on CR 125, right on Nursery Road the historic Budder Mathis House9:00 am Adult Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Worship/ Holy Communion 7:00 pm Wednesday Study/ Holy Communion Saint Peters in the GlenANGLICAN CHURCH Sanderson Christian Revival CenterPastor: Harold FinleySunday School 10:00 am Sunday Service 11:00 am Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Wednesday Service 7:30 pmCome see the exciting things the Lord is doing. Corner of Sapp Rd. and CR 229Shirley Davis Cornerstone Congregational Methodist Church687+South+9th+St :+Macclenny:+FL+ Service+Times+…++ Sunday+;;<==+AM+>+?<==+PM+ Sunday+School+;=<==+AM+ Wed +Bible+Study+9<==+PM Rev. Eddy Sanders, Pastor Rev. Mae White, Assistant PastorWhere relationships are built to last an Eternity Mt. Zion N.C. Methodist Church121 North  259-4461 Macclenny, FLPastor Tim CheshireSunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I say unto thee, except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." John 3:5 904.354.0545 FAX 904.358.0167 929 W. Beaver St. 904.354.0546 Email: Jacksonville, FL 32204 Kenneth Peele, Jr. Licensed Funeral Director Embalmer & Notary Pre Need Counselor C.F.S.P. Carthage Chapel Funeral Home, Inc.We strive to provide all your family needs! New Hope Church Inc. Revival will end on Thursday Night, July 21 services will start at 7:00 PM revival preacher is Rev. Bobby Grif“n Pastor J.C. Lauramore welcomes all David Thompson, 63, a truck driverƒavid Thompson5 ]X5 of }len qt. Mary died qunday5 July 1[5 S\11 at the WcostaV“ua Center for Caring in Jacksonville. ~e was born in Jacksonville on ‚ovemV ber 1X5 1YU[5 the son of the late “uth {qtrickland| and Jesse }uy ThompV son. ~e lived the past 1U years in ^akV er County. ƒavid was a truck driver5 a member of the }ospel Šighthouse Church in Jacksonville and attended TayV lor Church. ~e enjoyed spendV ing time with family and friends. qurvivors include daughV ter Tonya Thompson of }len qt. Mary‡ sons ƒavid Šee {TifV :%D MZ and Timothy ^lanchard of Macclenny‡ brothers _ayne Thompson of qeattle5 _W5 †rank Thompson of Jacksonville5 ^illy Thompson of Tennessee‡ sister Jancine ƒeMaggio of JacksonV ville‡ eight grandchildren‡ two greatVgrandchildren‡ and other family and friends. W graveside service will be held 1\\\ am on July SS at the “iverside Memorial ark in Jacksonville with “ev. Jim Cox % ceive friends from ]V8\\ pm July S1 at †orbes †uneral ~ome in Macclenny. David ThompsonIn memory ofOwen Burnsed7/17/39-3/26/10 While youre in heaven, please watch over me and help me grow. You have taught me so much, but there is still so much more to know. Im not going to say goodbye, or that I cant go on. Ill say I love you, and see you later, even though youre gone. I love you PaPa, more than youll ever know. I know youll be in heaven as a shining star. No matter how far away you seem, heaven is never too far.LOVE, THE FAMILY OF OWEN BURNSED In loving memory of our grandsonCaden7/24/2008-5/12/2010 My sweet baby boy, you would have been three years old. It seems to get harder and harder having to live without you in our lives. We think about you every day. I sit and wonder what you would grow to be like. I know you would be wonderful, no matter what. God has to help me daily to get along without you here. I know the angels were smiling when they saw your sweet little face and heard that amazing little voice. It is one I will never forget. Well, for your birthday, Nana is going to send you up a Big Elmo balloon with a Popsicle tied to the end of it. I know this is something you would have loved.ALL OUR LOVE, NANA AND PAPA Most gratefulThere are no words that could ever express how grateful we are for everyones kindness from the time Mama {qhirley ƒavis| was diagnosed with lung cancer5 and now during her passing. lease know we are so grateful to everyV one for their prayers5 phone calls5 flowers5 food and hugs and forV give us if we leave out or misspell your name. †irst5 a big thank you to pallV bears ^ryan {^ubba| ^ennett5 ‹emp ƒavis5 “obert ^enton5 _illiam {^ubba| }ainey5 ˆictor Crow and _illiam “hoden. _e love you and }od bless each of you. Thank you to ‹aren and Jessie }riffis5 Joan5 Mike Midyette and Wmy †landers for sparing us even more heartbreak than we could bear. `ou act of love will be with us forever. Thanks to James {‹odiak| ~uffstetler5 qcrappy appys5 “ay ^ell5 ƒanny eters and Tony †ish for the beautiful songs‡ to qheriff Joey ƒobson5 ^CqZ5 qteve ~arvey5 Chris ˆol‰5 ƒan ‚ichols5 “odney ƒriggers and officers whose names we dont know‡ Mrs. Šois Wdcock5 Taylor Church5 “ev. Carl Taylor {–ncle Carl| thank you for speaking from your heart about your sisV terVinVlaw5 even though you were recovering from surgery. _e will always remember your loving words. Wnother big thank you to Šeonard5 Šorraine5 Šester5 at5 ‚oah5 €rnestine5 “ussell5 atriV cia5 _alter5 Carla {ƒavis|5 qamV my5 Marilyn5 qcott ‚ipper5 €dith `oung5 la Taylor5 ^etty Joe TayV lor5 ^uck5 hyllis ~utchinson for food lovingly prepared‡ ^rian and everyone at }uerry †uneral ~ome5 ƒr. Wnna }ajda and staff5 ^C~q staff5 ^aptist Cancer CenV ter5 qan Marco for being so kind to Mama. `ou are truly angels among us and well never forget you. Šast but certainly not least5 thanks to the many people who loved qhirley like a mother5 and the many friends she had. _e know you love her5 too. Mamas greatest love was famV ily5 friends and always helping others. qhe also loved to listen to bluegrass and country music and to make people laugh. }od bless and comfort all of you5 now and always.Charlie (Cooter) and Kathy Waldo, and everyone who knew and loved Mama In Loving Memory of Bill Williams7/23/1945-2/6/2010Happy Birthday DaddyYour life was a beautiful memory, your death a silent grief. You sleep in Gods beautiful garden, in sunshine in perfect peace. I miss you so much, but I realize God knew best. He let me have you many years, then gently bid you rest. You have left this world of sorrow, and are free from pain and harm. And now you rest in peace and comfort, in the blessed Saviors arms. In tears we saw you sinking, we watched you fade away. Our hearts were almost broken, you fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleeping, so peacefully free from pain, we could not wish you back to suffer that again. Your helping hand was alcould. Your voice was always raised in praise, your words were wise and good. Dear Daddy, since youve gone away, the ones you loved so true try hard to carry on the way we knew youd want us to.YOUR DAUGHTER HEIDI (TIM) GRANDDAUGHTERS BRITTANY AND BRIANNAIn precious memory of my precious husbandBill Williams7/23/1945-2/6/2010 The love of a wonderful husband is something that always precious memories long after his presence is gone. I will always feel the warmth of his caring, his memory will never part. For the love of a wonderful husband will forever live on ... inside my heart.HAPPY BIRTHDAY, YOUR LOVING WIFE DEE Press Ad Deadline: Monday 5:00 PM BOB GERARD | PRESS STAFF Zkay5 admit it5 am a huge ~arry otter fan who has been anxV iously awaiting the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2 Though am not fanatical to the point that dressed up in costume and bought a ticket days in advance like some of my drama students5 it is something of a family tradition that we all get together and go see the latest otter release. D=? day of Deathly Hallows Part 2 _e were all excited to see the ending chapter in the series. wasnt disappointed. Though it is nearly impossible to satisfy a ,?/' came close. }ranted it didnt have the texture and complexity of the novel5 and it minimi‰ed some of the more minor characters to focus on ~arry otters struggles with ˆoldemort5 but in the end5 most of the audience thought it lived up to their expectations. Deathly Hallows 1 and S are very dark. ^ut while art 1 focused on getting ~arry5 “on and ~ermione to the climactic battle scenes at ~ogwarts school5 art S was all about the war between the forces of good and the forces of evil. Šord ˆoldemort and his ƒeath €aters5 giants5 spiders and trolls attack the school defended by students and professors loyal to otter. t is exciting stuff. ? ')' parts of ˆoldemorts {“alph †iennes| soul he has hidden in special objects. n art 15 ~arry found and destroyed some5 but now he must =K ''that attracts the most of the criticism from the dieVhard otter fans. Many of the richest and most exciting moments are only touched HH'O ?K& tion more intense. t doesnt exactly work. n an attempt to keep the running time to just over two hours `ates has taken away much of the back story that has made the chemistry between the ~ogwarts characters work over A) There have been comparisons to art S and eter Jacksons Lord of the Rings 5 but Jackson was much freer with time. ~e wasnt as to do more. That is not to say that this is a bad movie. †ar from it5 its a very 'G ? might be if some s were dotted and Ts crossed. There are touching moments as one would expect. Wlan “ickman continues to excel as rofessor qnape. believe it is only the comV mercial success of the series that has kept him from receiving a wellV deserved ^est qupporting Wctor nomination. ƒaniel “adcliff has grown considerably as an actor in the decade % _atson {~ermione| and “upert }rint {“on| continues to drive the O style he started in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ts as if the sun has stopped shining in €ngland and wont until ˆoldemort is destroyed. The special effects are good5 but perhaps not zuite as spectacuV ')see more than once. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 broke the single day attendance record of Batman: The Dark Night Returns 5 amassing Q1]Y million in ticket sales. Deathly Hallows Part 2 is rated } 1X. give it X out of U stars.Final “ lm in Potter saga a bit rushed, but still good endingWe have more!More for sales, automobiles, help wanteds, rentals, FSBO and yard sales


SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper o ce prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our o ce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comSOCIAL & SCHOOLT B C PPage12JULY 21, 2011 Baker County Touchdown Club Youth Sign-upsSaturdays ~ July 2August 69:00 am 1:00 pmAll sign-ups are at Memorial Field behind the BP station on Hwy. 90.Fee $65 football, $55 cheerleaders and proof of insurance a MUST. Child must be present at signFootball and Cheerleader After School Program until 6:00 p.m. Improvement in self discipline through weekly instruction in Tae Kwon Do testing for belt rank Lordy, Lordy, look whos 40! Happy Birthday, Dude! 40 is just a number Yeah.......right. Mom & Dad Thanks for making my first birthday great.Love, Kallie Canaday First Baptist Churchof MacclennyIt Feels Like HomeŽ372 S. Sixth Street at W. Minnesota Ave. Directions from I-10: Take Exit 335 N. Go 1.3 miles North on Hwy. 121 See steeple on left Broadcast Live on WJXR 92.1 FM each Sunday Morning @ 11:00 am SUNDAY SERVICESSunday School 9:30 am Worsh i p 10:45 am & 6:00 pmWEDNESDAY SERVICESPrayer & B i ble Study 6:45 pm Awana for Ch i ldren 6:45 pm Youth Group 6:45 pm Dr. Edsel M. Bone Senior Pastor Mr. Beasley and Ms. StevensVows in JanuaryMark and ƒebbie qtevens of }len qt. Mary are pleased to anV nounce the upcoming wedding of daughter ‹aitlin to Jesse ^easley. Jesse is the son of Jane ^easley of _est †rankfort5 llinois. The couple will be wed at X\\ pm on January [5 S\1S at “aiford “oad Church in Macclenny5 famV ily and friends are invited. †ollowing a honeymoon to tV aly5 the couple will reside in MacV clenny. PHOTO COURTESY OF KERRI REDDINGKids make joyful noise at music campAbove Jordan Defee, Montana McGinley and Olivia McGinle y use their chairs for desks as they learn how to read line and space notes. The class was just one of a variety of instruction provided at The Music Camp held June 20-24 at the First Baptist Church in Glen St. Mary. The camp was organized and taught by music instructor Kerri Redding and was open to children in the Baker County area between ages 4-12. Most of the music instruction was beginning level and incorporated basic musical concepts, learning about instruments, sight reading and playing music, as well as some dancing and singing. The children learned musical material ranging from classical to folk songs and even had opportunities to dramatize such compositions as The Nutcracker Suite The Music Camp concluded with a performance for family and friends.PHOTO COURTESY OF SHELLEY COLEFive generations of ColesThe above photo was taken at a family cookout July 2 at the home of Jimmy Cole introducing the newest member of the family, Gabriella Wray, who was born May 4 in Temple, Texas. Pictured from left is Mamie Cole, Lorayne McCormick Johns, Jimmy Cole, all of Macclenny, Gabriella Wray and Amber Wray of Texas.


ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 13 KELLEY LANNIGAN FEATURESWlright5 pay attention to your breathing ... breathe in5 breathe out deeply5 slowly ... †ocus on tense areas of the body and let go of any tension you feel ... Šisten to the sound of my voice ... “elax ... “elax ... “elax ...Ž That was the message during a breathing relaxation workshop July 1U taught by Jo Mamula5 an employee at ‚ortheast †lorida qtate ~ospital who has been usV ing relaxation technizues to proV mote health and healing since the midV1Y[\s. qhe has also taught the relaxV ation response to children at peV diatric clinics and in hospitals to patients suffering from hypertenV sion. Ms. Mamula led a small group of participants in learning breathing technizues that have been used since ancient times. qhe also related how a personV al health crisis during her early years as a social worker led her to explore relaxation technizues and to ultimately incorporate them into her work with other people. qhe began by explaining the ,(/ This was something that could save your life long ago when we encountered danger and needed to run zuickly5 but that hasnt been the case in modV ern society5Ž she said. ‚ow when we experience stress5 all those biV ological chemicals that pour into the bloodstream like adrenaline and cortisol dont get used and dont fall back to normal levels. `ou can store up tension and stress and if you dont do someV thing to relieve the body5 it can effect your immune system and make you physically sick.Ž qhe explained how deep breathing coupled with repeatV ing a focus word can alter the bodys chemistry5 helping dispel the tension and promote balance and healing. The breathing exercises began with what Ms. Mamula called a simple body scan5Ž which conV sisted of participants sitting comfortably5 closing their eyes and paying attention to each part of their body5 noting areas of tenV sion. racticing the technizues for a short time twice daily can bring wonderful results5 she said. Ms. Mamula acknowledged that learning to relax is a chalV lenge in this busy5 overstimuV lated age. ~er workshops help teach people to activate the relaxV ation response. t has two basic components the focus word and letting go of intrusive thoughts. W focus word can be anything a person chooses. t works as a device to concentrate and help reach a stage of deep relaxation. Most of us have what call a  monkey mind5Ž she said. Zur minds jump from thought to thought to thought almost chaV otically. ts this  mental noise that using a focus word can help to bring under control.Ž W focus word can be anything. Many people use words like peaceŽ or relaxŽ or something that suggests beauty and tranV zuility like cloudŽ or ocean.Ž t can carry a religious connotaV (& desired. Most people just beginning to use relaxation technizues have a hard time keeping random thoughts from entering their minds. BUDGET SUMMARY THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ARE 10.8 PERCENT MORE THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES. FISCAL YEAR 2011 2012 PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVIES SUBJECT TO 10-MILL CAP: R e q uired + Local +Eff ort @.CC@+ Basic +D iscretionary +G a p ital +O utlay1 .@ 00 + Basic +D iscretionary +Op eratin g+ 0 748 + D iscretionary +G ritical +N eeds +Op eratin g 0 2 @ 0 + Total Millage 7 8 CC+ESTIMATED REVENUES: HENER AL F UND SP EGI AL + REVENUE DE BT S ERVIGE G AP I TAL P ROJEG TS T O TAL + ALL F UND S Federal + sources C 20,000 + 4, @ 67, K 01 + 4,887,901 State + sources27,0 @K CCC+ 27,600 + 117,000 +@ 80,000 + 27,783,933 Local + sources6,012, @ 40 + 701,000 + 16, @ 00 + 1, C 08,2 KK+ 8,038,339 TOTAL SOURCES$33,391,873 $5,296,501 $133,500 $1,888,299 $40,710,173 Trans f ers +I n 100,000 + 164,411 + 264,411 Fund + Balances QR eserves QN et + Assets K ,028,2 @ 8 ++@@ 0,7 @ 0 +714,6 CC+ 1, K@ 1,717 + 12,245,358 TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS & BALANCES $42,520,131 $5,847,251 $1,012,544 $3,840,016 $53,219,942 EXPENDITURES I nstruction + 20,780, @ 8 @+ 1,48 C ,2 C 4 + 22,263,819 Pu p il + Personnel + Services + 1,647,60 @+@ 06, K 27 + 2,154,532 I nstructional + Media + Services +@ 72, @ 48 + 4,21 C+ 576,761 I nstructional + and +G urriculum +D evelo p ment ++ Services + 684,216 + 41 C ,174 + 1,097,390 I nstructional + Sta ff+ Trainin g+ Services + 17 C @C 8 + 488,870 + 662,408 I nstruction +R elated + Technolo g y +C 16,161+ 48,4 @ 8 + 364,619 School + Board +@ 7 @ ,67 K+ 575,679 H eneral + Administration +C 10,216 + 12 @ ,6 C 8 + 435,854 School + Administration + 2,00 @ ,10 C+ 2,005,103 Facilities + Ac q uisition + and +G onstruction + 1 C 7, C 00 +C ,14 @ ,846 + 3,283,146 Fiscal + Services + 660,071 + 660,071 Food + Services + 11,722 ++ 2,218,700 + 2,230,422 G entral + Services +@ 17,274 +C@ K 77 + 553,251 Pu p il + Trans p ortation + Services + 2,466,6 K 6 +7 @ ,410 +C 00,000 + 2,842,106 Op eration + o f+ Plant + 4,082,2 @ 1 + 4,082,251 Maintenance + o f+ Plant + 1,2 @ 0,1 K 4 + 1,250,194 Administrative + Technolo g y + Services +@ 06, @ 00 + 506,500 G ommunity + Services + 24 K ,848 + 249,848 D ebt + Services +@@ 1,8 C 4 + 120,000 + 671,834 TOTAL EXPENDITURES$37,499,341 $5,400,601 $120,000 $3,445,846 $46,465,788 Trans f ers +O ut 264,411 + 264,411 Fund + Balances QR eserves QN et + Assets @ ,020,7 K 0 + 446,6 @ 0 + 8 K 2, @ 44 + 12K ,7 @K+ 6,489,743 TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES$42,520,131 $5,847,251 $1,012,544 $3,840,016 $53,219,942 X&& YY$ZY NOTICE OF TAX FOR SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAYThe + Ba k er +G ounty + School +D istrict +w ill + soon + consider + a + measure + to + im p ose + a + 1 .@ 0 + mill +p ro p erty + ta x+f or + the + ca p ital + outlay +p ro j ects + listed + herein The + ta x+ is + in + addition + to + the + school + board  s +p ro p osed + ta x+ o f+ 6 .CCC+ mills +f or + o p eratin g+ e xp enses+ and + is +p ro p osed + solely + at + the + discretion + o f+ the + school + board The +G a p ital +O utlay + ta x+w ill +g enerate + a pp ro x imately +[ 1,2 @ 8,2 KK+ to + be + used +f or + the +f ollo w in g+p ro j ects: CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING N e w+G lassroom +G onstruction + … +G ounty + Wide R emodelin g+ Physical + Facilities G ounty + Wide +G overed + Wal kw ays + and + Pavin g MAINTENANCE RENOVATION AND REPAIRS R oo f+R e p airs +G ounty + Wide +G ounty + Wide +G ar p et + and + Floor +G overin g+R e p lacement MOTOR VEHICLE PURCHASES Purchase + o f+ Three +\C]+ School + Buses, +V ans + and + Maintenance +V ehicles NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT AND ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE Furniture + and +Eq ui p ment + … +G ounty + Wide Tele p hone QI ntercom + System Q Wireless +G ommunication + System Fire Q Security + System E nter p rise + Technolo g y + PAYMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND SITES DUE UNDER A LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT Pre ^_+_ inder g arten +G enter PAYMENT OF LOANS APPROVED PURSUANT TO SS. 1011.14 AND 1011.15, F.S. "$`z{$% PAYMENT OF COSTS OF COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL STATUTES AND REGULATIONS R emoval+ o f+| a } ardous + Waste PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE EDUCATIONAL AND ANCILLARY PLANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYMENT OF COSTS OF LEASING RELOCATABLE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES R ental + o f+ Portables +^+G ounty + Wide {~YY-0& 2011, + 6: C 0 + PM + at + the + School + Board + meetin g+ room, +C 01 + South + Boulevard +E ast, + Macclenny, + Florida {'€#!1 CAPITAL OUTLAY TAX +w ill + be + made + at + this + hearin g.+ NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARINGThe Baker County School District will soon consider a budget for 2011-2012. A public hearing to make a DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on: JULY 25, 2011 6:30 PM AT THE BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ROOM 301 SOUTH BOULEVARD EAST MACCLENNY, FLORIDA PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGANSummer reading Safari at Starbucks Heavy rain the evening of July 7 didnt keep these adventuresome girls from attending Summer Safari, one of the summer reading activities sponsored by Starbucks, which were being held twice daily. The reading sessions, conducted by volunteers Stephanie Starling and Donna Ruise, include fun snacks, creative crafts and an activity pad to take home to continue the fun. Each of the reading sessions will have a dierent theme. Books enjoyed by attendees at the Safari reading session included Animal Strike at the Zoo and Curious George Feeds the Animals. The Macclenny Starbucks has sponsored the reading activities for kids since its opening in 2008. Above from left: Sara Tidwell, Ms. Starling in her funky monkey hat, Sara Starling, Savannah Tidwell and Keirstan Blackshear. PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGANJo Mamula, right, explains the relaxation response to Beverly Himmelhaver and Tanya Green. Learning to breathe, relax Check it


Monday Friday 9:00 am 5:00 pmby phone904-259-2400onlinewww.bakercountypress.comorclassieds@bakercountypress.comby mailSend a copy of the ad exactly as it should appear, payment and phone number where we can reach you.PO Box 598, Macclenny, Fl 32063Placement, correction or cancellation of ads may be phoned in anytime before Monday at 5 p.m. for publication on Thursday.20 words, 1 week .................$6.00 cash/check20 words for $7.00 Visa/MC20¢ each additional word15 words, 1 week .................$8.00 cash/check15 words for $9.00 Visa/MC20¢ each additional word Page 14 T B C P ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C PClassiedsoer a world of values! Classied Rates: Service Ad Rates: To Place an Ad: Deadlines: Brand new 2012s homes up to 2700 SF, zero down payment and owner “nancing on your land. 4.5% w.a.c. Call Jerry 386-7195641. 7/21-7/28c Palm Harbor, 2300 SF 4 BR, 2 BA only $575/month. 904-783-4619. 7/14-7/21c Manager special 4 BR, 2 BA on your land for only $291/mo. Call Cliff, (386) 719-5641. 7/7-8/25c Zero down payment 3 BR, 2 BA repo, looks like never lived in. Bank says make offer. Must see today. Call Jerry 386-719-6578. 7/21-7/28c Dollar and a deed can get you a 2012 3 BR, 2 BA for only $268/month. 904-783-4619. 7/14-7/21c Foreclosure 4 BR, 3 acres, call now, 904772-8031. 6/30-7/21c Never before titled 4 BR, 2 BA, will move for free. Factory warranties apply, only $46,900. 904-783-4619. 7/14-7/21c Rent to own 14x70 3 BR, 2 BA, needs some TLC. Others to choose from. I get trade-ins weekly. Call Jerry 386-719-6574. 7/21-7/28c Beat this one 6 BR, 3.5 BA set up on your land, only $468.72/month. Call Cliff, (386) 719-5560. 7/7-8/25c Wanted I buy used single and doublewide mobile homes. Call Greg @ 904-259-4663 or 904-591-9873, anytime. 6/30-7/21c Will move free, 2012 3 BR, 2 BA only $36,900. 904-783-4619. 7/14-7/21c Firecracker special 3/2 DW for $221.41/ mo. Call Cliff, (386) 719-5560. 7/7-8/25c New homes no money down, call (386) 719-6578, Cliff, for qualifying. 7/7-8/25c Like new 2001 16x80 e BR, 2 BA seller motivated, buying new doublewide. Call for appointment. Jerry 386-719-5560. 7/21-7/28c Trade in your old home for my 2012, all upgrades included. Call Cliff (386) 7195560. 7/7-8/25c New 2012 2 BR, $23,900, includes set-up. Country wood ”oors. Call Jared @ 904-2594663 or 6/30-7/21c Land/home package 3 BR, 2 BA on half acre, $55,900. 4 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre, $69,900, remodeled, owner “nancing available. Call Jared or Greg, 904-259-4663. 6/30-7/21c $8000 credit on your new mobile home, top dollar on trade-ins, any shape, 904-7728031. 6/30-7/21c Bank foreclosure their loss is your gain. over 2000 SF, upscale community. 4BR, 2 BA, driveway, sidewalk, etc. Call Jerry 386719-5641. 7/21-7/28c discretion in deciding on publication of such ads, it takes no responsibility as to the truthfulness of claims. Respondents should use caution and common sense before sending any money or making other commitments based on statements and/or promises; demand speci“cs in writing. You can also call the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP to “nd out how to spot fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Baker County Press RNs and LPNs needed for corrections and mental health facilities. Top pay, daily pay, sign-on bonus. 352-336-0964. 7/21-7/28p Heavy duty diesel mechanic needed, Travel Centers of America, Baldwin location, 1024 US 301 South. Drivers license required. Please apply to Mark Holmes, Shop Manager. 904-266-4281, ext. 22. 10/1tfc St. Marys Cove, 2011 season a decent place to go. 1909 Steel Bridge Road, Macclenny. 259-9980. 11/13tfc Pay Day Loan Buster, $500 no credit check, six months to repay, active checking account required. 904-206-7861. www. 2/10tfc Beauty shop for lease formerly Styles by Susie in Glen St. Mary, on Highway 90. 2592707. 7/21p Notice to Readers All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.Ž Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll free at 1-800-6699777. The toll free telephone number for the impaired is 1-800-927-9275. 1 acre +/in Branford near Suwannee River and close to boat ramp. Has septic for 3 BR/2 BA, 4Ž well, power on lot, lots of deer and turkeys, priced to sell at $18,000, call 904-259-3763 or 904-509-7550. 7/21p Five acres on Crews Road cleared and fenced with pond, $59,000. 904-613-1255. 7/14-8/4p FSBO, beautiful brick home, Copper Creek, 3 BR, 2 BA, eat-in kitchen, separate dining room, split ”oor plan, many extras. Asking $190,000. Call 904-553-4165 for appointment. 5/26-7/28p 3.46 acres, north Sanderson, set up for mobile home $42,000. Owner “nancing. Call 904-813-1580. 2/10tfc One of a kind all brick 2400 square foot half acre home for sale or Lease to own, in prestigious Whispering Pines Neighborhood. Four bedrooms, large unique master. 2 story deck, with above ground pool. New Heat Pump, 4 year old roof. Can lease to own for $1400 a month,two thousand security deposit that will go on the sale of home prefer lease not to go more than year or less, or can own home for $229,000 negotiable. Sellers are very motivated! (904) 259-4923. 7/21p 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on acre in Glen“eld Oaks, a gated community, $140,000 net. Call 813-1580. 7/14tfc 1-10 acres high and dry, “sh pond, creek or river front, homes/mobile homes, setup. Owner financing. 912-843-8118 or 904-699-8637. 6/30tfc FSBO, rustic elegance cypress log cabin on 8.11 fenced acres. 2 BR, 2 BA 1990 SF plus porches, two car carport, great views, gated drive, private, secluded. By appointment only $250,000. 904-259-9599. 7/14-8/4p 4 BR, 2 BA brick home on acre in Glen“eld Oaks, a gated community, $145,000 OBO. Call 813-1580. 7/14tfc 3 BR, 2 BA home, large garage, two miles inside Georgia line, $700/month, $700 deposit. 904-629-1779. 7/21c 3 BR, 1 BA singlewide Fleetwood on one acre fenced land, Noah Davis Road in Glen St. Mary. Non-smokers only, $650/month, $650 deposit. 904-275-2800, 904-9450520. 7/14-7/21p Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit. 904860-4604. 3/17tfc 2 BR, 2 BA mobile home in River Heights in River Heights Mobile Home Park, $400 month. 891-4053. 7/14-7/21p 3 BR, 1 BA brick house, central H/A, washer/dryer hookup, $850 month, $850 deposit. 423 Azalea Drive. 259-6488. 7/21p Class i fied ads and no tic es must be paid in advance, and be in our office no lat er than 4:00 pm the Monday preceding pub li ca tion, unless otherwise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed provided they are accompanied by payment and instructions. They should be mailed to: Class i fied Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Mac clen ny, FL 32063. We can not assume responsibility for ac curacy of ads or notices given over the telephone. Li a bil i ty for errors in all advertising will be limited to the first publication only. If after that time, the ad continues to run without notification of error by the person or agen cy for whom it was pub lish ed, then that party assumes full payment re spon sibility. The Baker County Press reserves the right to refuse advertising or any oth er mate ri al which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet standards of publication. Lift recliner burgundy; Merits motorized scooternew battery; Craftmatic twin bed. 259-4274. 7/21p Of“ce Supplies, printer and fax cartridges, rubber stamps and much more. We specialize in hard to “nd items. The Of“ce Mart, 110 S. 5th Street. 259-3737. 4/28tfc Lift chair, only used three months, excellent condition, paid over $1000, will sell for $600. Call 553-4165. 7/21-8/4p Yamaha 100 Jet Ski 2004 FX Cruiser, high output, 82 hours, two hours on new motor and pump, very good condition, $4500 OBO. 904-226-3064, 904-259-5383. 7/14-7/21p Livingroom table set medium oak with brown glass inserts on wheels. Storage space underneath with large beige and pastel table lamps. $125. Call 275-3007, leave message 5/19tfc 2007 Keystone Outback travel trailer, 21 $10,900. 259-2490. 7/21-7/28c Oak livingroom table set, 2 end tables, 1 coffee table with two lamps. Great condition with glass inserts and storage. $115. 275-3007. 6/2tfc Seven 16 trusses tin and 6Žx 6Žx12 posts $325, 259-5970 or 612-3420. 7/21p Artists. Oils, acrylics water colors, Canvas es, draw ing pads and much more. On sale now. The Of “ce Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc Landscaping mulch While supply lasts. 259-2900. 4/28tfc Sands Farms fresh vegetables, peas, corn, okra. 259-6891 or 303-1501. 7/21-7/28c Camille Beckman hand cream Root candles, unique gift items. Southern Charm 110 S. 5th Street. 259-4140. 4/28tfc Whirlpool Gold smooth top range bisque, three years old, model #GR448LXPT $150; Sealy twin size mattress and box spring with frame $50; 17Ž computer monitor free. Please call 259-9164 for further information. 7/21p 2003 Fifthwheel camper, 38, 3 slides, fireplace, washer hookup, new tires, still has warranty until December 2012, $14,000, call 904-259-3763 or 904-5097550. 7/21p Upright piano $350; wooden twin captain bed w/mattress $30; GE dryer $75; treadmill $40. For more information and/or an appointment please call 904-382-3097. If no answer, please leave message. 7/21p Motorcycle, 2001 Kawasaki KLR250, excellent condition, 2193 miles, combination street legal/off road, 259-5265, $1995. 7/21c 1999 Mercury Sable needs front transmission pump. Will still crank, has not been ran in nearly a year, $300 OBO. 2595022. 7/21c Now accepting bids, contact Beth at 6534453. 1994 Savanna fifth-wheel travel trailer with two slides. 6/23tfc Thomas Family Daycare, hot meals and snacks, licensed 24 years, days or nights. Episcopal accepted. Cathy Thomas 2593678, cell 742-4980. 7/21c Christian mom will clean your home or business. Have references and nearly 20 years experience. Call 259-8144. 7/21p Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc Medium neutered male, reddish-brown with white on chest and feet, name RoscoŽ. Missing from Old Nursery Plantation and 125 South. Please call 259-5835. 7/21p Notice to readers: The newspaper often publishes classi“ed advertising on subjects like work-athome, weight loss products, health products. While the newspaper uses reasonable For Sale Advertising Info. YARD SALESThursday, Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 6982 South CR 215, Macclenny. Lots of baby stuff, maternity, plus size and much more. Thursday and Friday, 8:00 am-?, 7349 W. Madison Street, Glen St. Mary Friday, 8:00 am-200 pm 14251 Hunters Ridge East, Glen. Three family Friday, 7:00 am-1:00 pm 6493 E. Andrews Street, Glen. Baby clothes 0-12 month, boys clothes 24 month 2T, womens church dresses/blazers, girls clothes teen, books childrens paperbacks. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-2:00 pm, In Glen on Westside Loop. Home Interior pictures, denim kids, household items and much more. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-noon Charlie Rowe Drive off of Lowder. Small furniture, washer, baby stroller and bouncy seat, girl clothes 12 month 5T brand name. Too much to list. Moving sale Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-1:00 pm 532 N. 5th Street in Macclenny. Friday 8:30 am 2:00 pm and Saturday, 8:30 am-1:00 pm, 144 S. 5th Street. Womans Club to help with funds for Christmas give-away. Saturday, 8:00 am-noon, 7610 Glynn Allyn Road, Old Nursery Plantation. Old Ford tractor, organ, and many other items. Saturday, 8:00 am-1:00 pm George Taber and Geitgey Street, Glen St. Mary. Boys clothes good for school: shirts, pants, shoes. Saturday, 8:00 am-? 12798 N SR 121. Near Thrift Saw Mill, approximately 2.3 miles north of downtown Macclenny on N. 121. Lots of womens shoes size 5 and 5. Saturday, 8:00 am-noon 11769 Huckleberry Trail East. Miscellaneous household furniture and items. Saturday, 7:00 am-1:00 pm 4668 Barber Road, Macclenny. Furniture, household items, clothing. Everything must go. Automobiles 2 BR, 2 BA $485/month, $485 deposit. 2 BR, 1 BA $385/month, $385 deposit. Garbage, water, sewage and lawn care included. $485/ month, $485 deposit. 904219-2690 or 912-843-8165. 7/21tfc 4 BR, 2 BA 32x80 mobile home on five acres off Mud Lake Road on Travis Rhoden Trail. Lawn maintenance included, $1100/month, $1400 deposit. 259-9066. 7/21tfc 2 BR, 1 BA duplex, all appliances including washer/dryer $675/month, $675 deposit. 259-3300 or 591-2790. 5/12tfc 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, acre private lot, references required. 904-259-5853. 7/21p Mobile home in Sanderson 3 BR, 2 BA, $750 security deposit, $750/month. Call 904-259-2255 or 904-813-1580. 5/12tfc 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in Cozy Corners, $545/month, first, last and $300 deposit. Water, trash and lawn service included, central H/A. 259-7335. 4/7tfc 2 BR, 2 BA MH, very private one acre lot, $700/month, $700 deposit, 509-2280. 6/16tfc Efficiency apartment, $525/month, first last and $300 deposit. Electric, water, trash and lawn service included. 259-7335. 4/7tfc 2 or 3 BR mobile home $385-550; half acre, garbage, water, sewer, lawn provided, family neighborhood. 912-843-8118 or 904-699-8637. 6/30tfc 3 BR, 1 BA house, 18 month lease, no smoking, $835/month, $600 security deposit. 713 Long Drive, Macclenny. 8388584. 7/14tfc 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in Glen, $500 deposit, $575/month. Call 588-2589. 7/14-7/21p 2 BR, 2 BA duplex washer/dryer, dishwasher, front and rear porches, water/ sewer included, nicest in town, $700/ month plus deposit, 718-8898. 7/21p House in Taylor, 3 BR, 1 BA, partially furnished, wall to wall carpet, W/D, service animals only $600/month, “rst month and $300 security deposit. 259-7485 or 2599194. 7/14-7/21p 3 BR, 3 BA mobile home on Sanderson Circle, $550/month. 476-8907.7/21-7/28c 2 BR, 1 BA house in Macclenny, $650/ month, $650 deposit. 904-874-3361. 7/21c 3 BR, 1 BA, 12355 CR 23A, $800/month, “rst, last plus deposit. Service animals only. Real Estate with Garlon Webb 904408-9146. 7/21p 2 BR apartment or mobile home for rent, located off Yellow water Road. Call 2669898 before 6:00 pm. 7/21-8/25p Doublewide for rent in Sanderson. 904275-2136 or 904-881-4311. 7/21p 3 BR, 2 BA house with bonus room, Macclenny. Service animals only, $800 deposit, $775/month. References required. Call 259-3387. 7/21p Smoky Mountain cabin, by trout stream, near Cherokee, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Dollywood, $350/week. 386-7520013. 6/2-7/21p Commercial of“ces and metal building in downtown Macclenny. 1) 500 sq ft, $500/mo, 2) 1280 sq ft, $1300/mo, 3) metal building with 400 amp 3ph electric serv, 5000 sq ft, $800/mo. Deposit equal to “rst months rent required. 259-6546 or 259-4602. 6/23tfc For Rent Club Money to Lend Business Opp. Real Estate NOW AVAILABLE1 and 2 Bedrooms Baldwin GroveAPARTMENTS904-266-4070T.T.D. 1-800-955-8771 Handicap Equipped RENTAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTSTh i s i nst i tut i on i s an equal opportun i ty prov i der and employer 1395 Cha ee Road South, Jacksonville 904.772.9800 PICTURES AND WORDS WILL NOT DO JUSTICE FOR THIS HOME AND LAND … MLS# 576581 … 5BR/4.5BA, 2 bonus rooms; 8.24 acres of trees and water, 650 ft artesian well; irrigation system throughout property; 3.5 car garage. $520,000 PERFECT FOR TOWNHOMES OR MOBILE HOMES … MLS# 557398 … .090 acre land in downtown Macclenny. Walking distance from Keller Intermediate School. Property can be subdivided. Zoned Residential/Mobile Home. $99,000 SHOWS LIKE A MODEL … MLS# 580668 … 3BR/2BA, split BR; formal din rm, breakfast nook, sprinkler system, side entry garage, over-sized master bath. Convenient to I-10 and shopping. Everything like new. $189,000 SO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN THE COUNTY? … MLS# 580902 5-acre lot cleared and zoned for site built dream home or mobile home. Beautiful oak trees; short walk to St. Marys River for lazy summer days you want to spend shing. $69,900 15 ACRES COMPLETELY CLEARED … MLS# 543540 … 15 acres. Cleared and grassed for you to build your dream home. Located on paved road within minutes from interstate and schools. $215,500 SANDS POINTE SUBDIVISION … MLS# 539188 … 4BR/2BA on cul de sac lot. 42Ž cabinets, cathedral ceilings, garden tub w/sep shower, security system, irrigation system and much more. $165,000 CHARMING 2005 BRICK HOUSE … MLS# 543731 … 3BR/2BA/+2,1/2 BA. 2BR/1.5BA in main house. Apartment over 2 car garage has kit, LR, BR, full BA. Detached 3-car garage/workshop w/o ce, w/half bath. $240,000 PERFECT FOR TOWN HOMES OR MOBILE HOMES … MLS# 557398 .090 acre vacant land in downtown Macclenny. Walking distance from Keller Intermediate School. Can be subdivided. Zoned Residential/Mobile Home. $99,000 ZONED FOR HOUSES/MOBILE HOMES … MLS# 547499 … Vacant land; 11.87 acres. Minutes from I-10, schools, restaurants and shopping. $55,000 PROPERTY ON BOTH SIDES OF CR 125 … MLS# 555974, 555976, 555978 … Prime location for commercial growth in Glen St. Mary. 36.27 acres ready to develop; 20 acres left of CR 125; 16.27 acres on right. Will sell separately; prefer to sell together. $399,900 BREATHTAKING 2-STORY BRICK ESTATE MLS# 580296… 5BR/4BA on 5 acres. Columned front porch; 30 min to Jax; inground pool; 3-car garage. $399,100 GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT PROPERTY … MLS# 555947 … 4BR/2.5BA on 32 acres. Breathtaking views from every angle. Fenced/cross-fenced; hay barn and barn with 4 stalls. $1,200,000. GREAT HOME W/TONS OF POTENTIAL … MLS# 579587 … Brick house on 2.51 acres, 4BR/2.5BA w/o ce/bonus room. Screened room overlooks inground pool. $229,000 HORSE LOVERS„THIS IS YOUR DREAM LOCATION … MLS# 575392 … 20.02 acres on two 10.01 acre lots. Zoned AG for horses; perfect for site-built or modular home; no mobile homes allowed. 17-ft deep pond w/well and power pole. $162,000 GREAT BUSINESS POTENTIAL … MLS# 557901 … 40 acres, fenced. Zoned Open Rural. Perfect for horses, cattle, or enjoying the beauty as a home place; approx. 1 acre pond. $250,000 Miscellaneous Lost Animals Help Wanted 500 DOLLARS & DEEDis all you need to move into your new Manufactured & Modular HomeCALL PAT800-414-2130 Commercial Rental Vacation Rentals Mobile Homes $100 RewardLost in Turkey Creek July 12 tri-color male walker 904.445.8862


ursday, July 21, 2011 T B C P Page 15 WOODS COMPLETE TREE SERVICEFull line of tree servicing Stump grinding We sell “ rewood Licensed and insured Free estimates Danny Wood, Owner904-222-5054We appreciate your business 7/21-8/11pB.J. FENCE 653-14427/14-8/4pPAT IS BACK On-site service. 912-843-22847/14-8/4pDEPENDABLE HEATING, AC AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 259-6546 CANADAY CONSTRUCTION, INC./CANADAY TRUCKING 904-219-8094 904-275-3140FULL LINE OF WEDDING INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES 259-37374/28tfcKONNIES KLEAR POOLSIn-ground and abovepground pools Installation available 259-5222 FILL DIRT 259-2536ERIC RAULERSON CONSTRUCTION 904-483-8742PRINTING & FAXING Invitations for any occasion, Rubber Stamps 259-3737A & D IRRIGATION & PRESSURE WASHING LLC. 259-0783 CYPRESS HOME BUILDERS, INC. 591-2640RICH LAURAMORE CONSTRUCTION, INC. 259-4893 or 403-4781 cell RONNIE SAPP WELL DRILLINGWater treatment 904-259-6934Licensed Florida and GeorgiaANGEL AQUA, INC.Water softeners Iron “ lters Sales Rentals Service Repairs Salt delivery Total water softeners supplies 259-6672 CYPRESS LAWN SERVICE Specializing in commercial and residential476-0402LAND CLEARING A little or a lot259-2900PEACOCK PAINTING, INC. Interior Exterior Installing Stucco Stone Residential commercial Fully insured Locally owned 259-5877ROGER RAULERSON WELL DRILLING2Ž and 4Ž wells 259-7531 C.F. WHITE SEPTIC TANK SERVICES Field dirt Top soil 275-2474 509-0930 cell12/7tfcJOHN WILLIAMS PLUMBING Drain cleaning Sump pumps 904-259-4580GATEWAY PEST CONTROL, INC. 259-3808All types of pest control FULL LINE OF WEDDING INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES 259-37374/28tfc Macclenny Realty, Inc.WE HAVE THE HOME FOR YOU !"#$%$&'(' )$*$!$&'(' REAL ESTATE2 lots in Glen St. Mary has 1980 DW listed as NO VALUE. $45,000 COMMERCIAL GENERALExcellent business location. Four lots total 1.20 acres with approx. 320 Hwy. 121 frontage. $239,900 Great location for retail business 1404 SF building currently used as a car lot. No sign on property. Zoned commercial general. $250,000 Corner lot in excellent business location on Hwy. 125 S. in Glen St. Mary. $49,900 Corner lot zoned commercial neighborhood on Hwy. 121 North. (Adjoining property available if needed) $79,900 Excellent corner for business. .92 acre located on US Hwy. 90 zoned commercial general. $219,900VACANT LAND1 acre lot with trees. High & Dry! In Hunters Ridge. $29,900 REDUCED: High and dry 7.5 acres for you to build your dream home on or put a mobile home. Owner nancing! $37,500 SOLD Anderson Quality ROOFING Metal & Shingle Reroofs & Roof Repairs Your hometown contractor! LIC.#RC00670032593300IN GOD WE TRUST.LICENSED & INSUREDLIC.#RB0067070 LLC WE ARE BAKER COUNTYS ROOFING EXPERTSCOMBS BUILDERS, INC. We specialize in problem roofs 259-2563 FREE Estimates NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCE The Baker County Board of Baker County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 6:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible to consider for adoption the proposed Ordinance whose title hereinafter appears. The public hearing will be held at the County Administration Building, 55 North Third Street, Macclenny, Florida. On the above mentioned date, all interested parties may appeal and be heard with respect to this Ordinance which is titled as follows: ORDINANCE 2011-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF BAKER, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE 2009-08 REGARDING REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY ROBERTS LAND & TIMBER INVESTMENT CORPORATION, REZONING FROM AGRICULTURAL 10 TO INDUSTRIAL, TAX PARCEL 18-3S-20-00000000-0010 OF 30 ACRES MORE OR LESS, GENERALLY LOCATED IN THE VERY SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE LARGER PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE WOODSTOCK INDUSTRIAL SITEŽ ON THE COUNTYS OFFICIAL ZONING MAP, WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY OMITTED IN ERROR; AS REQUESTED BY THE PROPERTY OWNER; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, CORRECTION OF SCRIVENERS ERRORS, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. A copy of said ordinance may be inspected by any member !"##"# above. In accordance with Section 286.0105, F.S.; If any person decided to appeal any decision made by the County Commission with respect to any matter considered at this scheduled meeting or hearing, the person will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.Ž According to the American with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodations or an interpreter to participate in those proceeding should contact the Administration Department at (904) 259-3613 at least 48 hours prior to the time of the hearing. Handyman for HireDanny Harris Reasonable Rates Professional Work Free Estimates Available 24…7 904.813.4627 Landscaping Painting Plumbing & Much More Specializing in screen rooms & metal works aluminum & stainless steel The Jacksonville qharks areV na football team returns home this week after a pair of losses. They will take on the qpokane qhock at 8\\ pm on †riday5 July SS5 in the ˆeterans ColiV seum for the last regular seaV son game before kicking off the playoffs next week. The qharks dropped an overV time heartbreaker to the ‹ansas City Command UYVU8 recently. The second straight loss came as a result of poor handling of the football. The fumbleVplagued qharks let the Command back into the game with turnovers. The qharks were poised to win the game in overtime but missed a twoVpoint conversion attempt. œuarterback Waron }arcia continues to be red hot5 throwV ing for U1Y yards. ~e will almost certainly break R\5\\\ yards for his career during the game against the qhock. }arcia is only Y8 yards from the milestone. †riday is †inatic WppreciaV tion ‚ight.Sharks are back home C CLet people know whats going onpost your special event online


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