Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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A number of local firefighters
like tq ride motorcycles in their
private time, and recently found a
way to ride and do something
good for others.
They formed a locitl chapter, or
station, of the national Fire and
Trori Firefighters Motorcycle
Club. There are 22 members of
Station 202, including four frotti
Calhoun County. The rest hail
from Jackson County, and either .
work for or support the fire serv-
ices, of Jackson County or
Last weekend, they raised $775
to benefit the family of a five-
year-old Sneads boy who wits
injured when a horse kicked him
in the face several iteeks ago.
Back in August. they raised
money for a woman stricken with
And, they have a big event
coming tip on Nov. 21.
Named for a beloved former
chief of Jackson Counts Fire
Rescue who recently died, of
bone cancer, the First Robby
.Brown Memorial Charity Tient
is set to begin at 8 a.m. that day
with a charity bike ride. Entry is-
$20 to ride.
,The bike/car shpit w ill be held
in the Alarianna Winn Dixie
parking lot. Organizers plan to
inake it an annual event.
A the sa chj a bike a

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High' winds two weekends ago
and the torrential rain on Tuesday
have made life difficult for area
cotton farmers, who will likely
lose some of their crop because of
the storm systems. -
Peanut farmers are in a bit bet-
rer shape. but some may be fight-
ing time to get their crops ln.
This prediction comes from
Clyde Smith, regional pest man-
agement agent with the Jackson
County Extension Service. .
Smith held out some hope.
though, that a few warm, dry days
could help minimize the damage
and give farmers a chance to
recover before the cold sets in.
"People had made some good
progress on peanutharvestbefore
all this 'started, but it really
s wed do\n 1 rleek dh a

high humidity we've had, it take
longer to dr w bar's on top of the
ground, w hat's been dug and
waiting to be harvested out of the
sm etimetheground
may be too difficult m places to
dig those that aren't already out
on top."
The prognosis is less optirrustic
for cotton.
"On thelcottoil end, we had a
little that was.picked earl\. but a

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putting the love and heart into
doing something for the veterans
, who have done something for this
.country. It's something to do
from our heart, and something
that we love to do."
Unit .241 fed more than 130
people in 2007, the last time the
event was held.
"It's a big undertaking, but it's

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Motorcyclist participating mna poker run to raise money to help wyith medical expenses for~ Thia Perez;


Pmk Ladres set to celebrate 50th year
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A loung mother spends a string of sleep-
less-nights beside the tiny incubator. holding
her infant son, who clings to hfe bi the slen-
derest of threads.
An if/of 50 _\ears spends her golden ned-
ding anniler ary in a chair beside a cold steel
hospital bed. She prop for her ide's compan-
lon lying there, holdmg his hand and remem-
bering a happier anniversary when they'd
danced together by candlelight.
A father desperately hopes for a miracle as
his liule girl struggles for another day. Just
last summer. she was a streak of eneral on the
soccer field.
Each is trapped in a then, the door sw ings open and they see a
flash of pink
Someone has arrived to offer them comfort
and hope.
The lads in he pink jacket puts a pot of
flowers down on a nearby table and turns to
the weary person killing vigil. She makes her-
self atallable to listen, to ruti an errand, to
offer coffee or a book.
. They are grateful for her quiet, reassuring
presence. eased by her words of comfort and
the kindness in her eyes.
What the\ don't realize is that this unas-
suming senior has been lbus_1 on their behalf
in other ways the\ haten't imagined.
She also helped raise money to pa_\ for
some.;of the vital equipment that is giling
their lo\ed ones a chance to survive.
She also made the keepsake pillow thatthe
JOUng mothernill take home from the hosps-
tal. She spent hours on her feet, selling gifts
don nstairs to raise more money for equip-
She and 51 others like her make up the
.Jackson Hospital Auxiliary, bener know n as
the --pink ladies." It is one of the oldest such
chapters in the state of Florida.
On Not. 3. the organization till celebrate
is 50th annilersary, and it int i es the public
to attend.
The eient will be held at the Hudnall
Building nextio the hospital, from 5 to7 p.m.
Auxiliary President Elizabeth Saunders
will give a brief history of the Pink Ladies

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Dwiot Herring Sr.

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The citi of Malone lost an icon
of the communny Mondal in the
death of 87-v(ar-old Dwiot
Herring Sr.
A two-term stialor in the
1950s, Herring was at the helm
when the first water system was
installed in town, and wa in large
part responsible for making it
happen. He also oversaw other
lasting improvements to Malone
He kept a scrapbook of the
city's progress through the years,
and remained one of Malone's
biggest supporters, even after he
laid down the mayor's gavel.
He had several businesses over

,and ds=,==
Ben Hall, a former mayor him-
self, sought Herring's. counsel
more than once.
"His heart ivas in Malone, that
I know," Hall said. "He was a
man that I looked up to, and I'm
heartbroken to know that he has
passed on. I. Ipved him very
much. When I was the mayor, if I
had a problem I tried to seek his
advice and he tried to keep me

Pink Lady Daisie Schoultheis wheels Joan McCue and baby Silas James Smith out to their

All the cooks are members of
the auxiliary, and the veterAns of
Aliterican Legion Post 241 are
assisting with the event. But,
truth'be told, it's the women who
are the driving force behind the
"There's about 20 pound cakes
being baked," Segrest said
--Any body can go out and buy
stuff, but it takes the personal
touch when it comes to really

7.:end-a--isTAFF WRITER .
The American Legion
Auxiliary iti Sneads,;Unit 241,
will honor area veteralis and their
spouses with a home-cooked
luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 7 at
the ost on Legion Road. The
lunch willbe served from 11,
until 2 p.m.
Veterans who aren't married

are invited to bring one guest, as
v ell,
Eula Mae Segrest, one of the
event's organizers, is asking all
who plan to attend to make a
reservation by Nov.. 3 so the
cooking crew can prepare the
appropriate ainount of food.
Ham, .green beans, potato
salad, pound cake, giickles and
tomatoes are on the menu, .afong
with beverages.

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Sngads High School Project Graduation
presents a haunted house Oct. 29-31, inside.
the vacant carpet stl)re between Family Dollar
and the dry cleaner in McDaniel's Shopping
Center. Admission::$3. Friday hours: 6-9:30
Sneads High School sophomores' Sweet
16 deposits ($25) are due today. Send pay-
ment to Hope Campbell of SHS. Next parent
meeting: Wednesday, Nov. 4, 4 p.m.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dintier at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); -meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
.able. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
AA has an open meeting Flitiays, 8-9 p.m.
at First United Methodist Chfirch, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
October 31 Saturday
The.31st Annual Sunland Fall Festival at
the Sunland EnvironmentafPark kicks off with
a parade at 9 a.m The festival features food
and craft vendors and three stages of live
entertainment. To reserve a booth, call 482-
9373 or 482-9386.
I Can Grow inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31.- Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Gottondale. Daily: Apple bobbing, orchard
fours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart-rides, fishing, cider mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides (57;
children under 2 free). Call 352-4879.
There will be a benefit yard sale in the
Winn Dixie parking }ot for Brandl Purvis, to
offset The diedical expenses of her cancer
The Wal-Mart Supercenter in Mariania
welcomes trick-or-treaters, 4-6 p.m. through-
out the store. -
AA has an open meeting Saturdays, 4:30-
5:30 p:m. at First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
"Haunted House Adventure," for kids
under 12, 5-8 p.m. at Collipass Lake in the
Hills Volunteer fire Department on Nortek
"Saft Halloween Open Hou@," 5.30 p.nin
at American Legion Auxiliary Unit 241, 2101
Legion Road in Sheads. Refreshments

served; treat bags given out. All trick-or-
treaters welcome.
Sneaks High School Project Graduation
presents a haunted house Oct. 29-31, inside.
the vacant carpet store between Family Dollar
and the dry cleaner in McDaniel's Shopping
Center. Admission: $3. Saturday hours: 5:30-
9:30 p.m. Also Saturday, costume contest at
5 p.m.; chill dinners available for $2 per bowl..
Friendship Baptist Church of Malone's
annual Harvest Festival is 5-8 p.m. downtown
in front of Malone City Hall, with games,
prizes and live entertainment. Hot dogs, chips
and drinks will be served.
Florida Caverns State Park's Spirit of ,the
Caverns, providing a safe alternative to.door-
to-door trick-or-treating, is Oct. 30-31, 6-10
p.m., featuring children's games with candy
and prizes, the Haunted Legends Trail, and
cilve tours guided by living history inter-
preters. Cave tour tickets sold on a first-
come, first-ser e basis. A $5 donation is
requested per vehicle,
At Veterans Memorial Park in Bristol, The
Scream-liner Express Trains depart non-stop
for Zortibie World at 8 and 8:30 p.m. EDT,
until 11 p.m. (or all the people... disappear,
whichever comes first). Ticket window opens
at 7:30,p.m. EDT. Admission: $3-adults; $2
students; pre-schoolers free. Children under
6 mtist be accompanied by an adult. Call 643-
6646 or 643-5491.
November 2 Monday
Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently enrolled
students with 45+ hours, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call 526-2761, or itisit
A public meeting of.the Jackson County
Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board starts at 10.a.m. at the JTrans Office,
3988 Old Cottondale Road, Marianna. To
arrange special accommodations at the meet-
ing because of a disability or physical impair-
ment, call 850-674-4571 at least three work-
ing days prior to the meeting
The annual meeting of J4ckson Hospital
Foundation Inc. starts at noon in the Hudnall
Building community room. Call 718-2601.
Emerald Coast HCispice presents "Dealing
with Stress during the Holidays" during its
monthly volunteer meeting, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at .
4374 Lafayette St., Marianna; Learn how to
handle stress of the season and learn about
hospice volunteer opportunities. A pot-luck
meal will be served. Call 526-3577.

Eldercare Services will give out USDA and
BrOWn Bag f00d, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon St.,
IVlarianna. Malone City Hall will also give out
USDA food. Call 482-3220.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St\,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
October 29 Thursday
Inc. Offers the technical and educational
workshop, Business Plan Development II, 9
B.m. tO 0000 in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per
son, due in advance. Reservations required
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
tWO days before class.
The Jackson County Habitat for Hullianity
Auction and Smoked Steak Diinner is at thh
Jackson County Agricultural Conference
Center on Pennsylvania Avenue in Marianna.
Silent auction is 4:30-6:15 p.m.; smoked
steak dinner at 5 p.m.; and live auctiort at 6:30
p.m. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Call 482-2187.
The Town of Grand Ridge will have a spe-
cial council meeting, 6 p.m. at the Grand
Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
Sneads High School Project Graduation
presents a haunted house Oct. 29-0, inside
the vacant carpet store between Family Dollar
and the dry cleaner in McDaniel's Shopping
Center. Admission: $3. Thursday hours: 6-
9:30 p.m.
Geeks Help @ Chipola offers three Work-
shops today in the Chipola College Continuing
Education department: Basic Computer
Operations 1, from 10 a.m. to noon, $25;
Electronics Purchasing Help seminar, 1-3
p.m., $25; a free Windows 7 Launch Party
seminar, 6-8 p.m. Call 718-7563; visit
October 30 Friday
FlOrida Caverns State Park's Spirit of the
Caverns, providing a safe alternative to door-
to-door trick-or-treating, is Oct. 30-31, 6-10
p.m., featuring children's games with caddy
and prizes, the Haunted Legends Trail, and
cave tours guided by living history inter-
preterS. Cave tour tickets sold on a flist-
come, first-serve basis. A $5 do ation is
requested per vehicle.

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Justin Brown, 27, 2686
Mona Lane, Alford, aggra-
Vated battery with deadly
Timothy Garrish, 41,
3711 Lawrence Road, vio-
lation of county probation
(disorderly intoxication,
criminal mischief).
Lea Framer, 29, 115

Morgan Aye.,
Chattahoochee, leaving the
scene of an accident with
Brian Myrick, 27, 2934
Harley Drive, Marianna,
battery (domestic vio-
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

The Alarianna Police
Department lined the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
26. the latest available
report: One dead person
natural causes). one aban-
doned vehicle, one reckless
driver, one burglary, two
disturbances, one veincle
fire, one prowler. one bur-
glar alarm, one robbery
alarm. three
obscene/threatening phone
calls. One illeealls parked
progress, nine animal com-

plaints, two gas slaps
seven public service calls
six traffic stops and one
felony battery.
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 26, the latest available
report: Three alarms, one
animal coinplaint, one
assault, two child abuse
complaints, one civil dis-
pute, one criminal mischief
complaint, three dead per-

sons (natural causess, two
disturbances,. one drug
investiga -
2 non, four
6 Iarceny
, ME eight public
sert ice calls.
one report of
shooting in the area, one
suicide attempt, one sui-
cide threat, four suspiciotts
mcidents, one traffic acci-
dent, two traffic stops, four
prisoner transports, two
trespassing complaints and
two warrant arrests.


High 860
Low 690

Partly cloudy with-above .
normal temperatures

High.- 820
Lolafr 60

Saturday -
Scattered showers and .
thunderstorms especially
in the afternoon.

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Paul Hatcher

**:1 "3 't.afafettet'* Marianna, F"L.

850) 482-3051 T- ***

Best pumkin

Kendra Pettis of Sneads won the pumpkin contest

Notice of

Public Hearing

Notice is hereby given that the City
Of COttondale, Florida will conduct a
public hearing on.Monday, November
9, 2009 at 6:01 p.m. to consider adop-
tion, by Ordinance No. 09-04 certain
amendments to the Cottondale Com-
rehensive Plan to include Concurrency
requirements and update of the Capital
Improvements Plan.

This hearing will be held at the C'ot-
tondale City Hall located;at.2659 Front
St. m Cottondale, Fl. Interested parties
are encouraged to attend the meeting
and persons wishing to commentmay
do so in person at the public hearing
or in the City of Cottondale.
A draft of the proposed .amendment is
on file and available for review during
normal business hours (Monday-Friday
7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.) m the office of the
City Clerk.

Anyone wishing to appeal the decisions)
made by the City Council with respect
to any matter considered at this meeting
will need a record of the proceedings.
Generally a verbatim record, including
all testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based, will be neces-

The meeting will be held in a handi-
cap-accessible location. Persons re-
quiring assistance such as an interpreter
or TDD access contact Denise White,
Clerk (850-352-4361) at least five days
prior to meeting. FAIR HOUSING/


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Hayes Austin, a student in Melissa Yount's kindergarten
class at Dayspring Christian Academy, recently com-
pleted a personal project (with a little help from mom)
using items found around his house. He built a fort that
included a house with removable roof, trees, shrubs,
bench and even a fire. Contributed photo

Local bride club results


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Tim Cell (850) 209-3595
Office (850) 526-5260
Fax (850) 526-5264
4257 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, October 28, 2009 3.


Marianna High School
band students Travis
Bontrager, alto saxophon-
ist, and Virginia McDaniel,
flutist, have been selected
to participate in the 2009
Florida State University
Tri-State Band Festival
Dec. 3-6 in Tallahassee.
The December festival
provides a rewarding music
experience for high school
band students and features
nationally and internation-
ally renowned guest con-
ductors and resident
Florida State University

Upon arriving, students
sislil aue oin r choa
concert bands conducted
by Cindy Berry of Lake
Brantley High School,
Brant Karrick front
Northern Kentucky
University and Poe Parisi
of the University of
Missouri-Kansas City.

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ganza performed by FSU
College of Music students
and ensembles.
The final festival concert,
which features the four
honor bands, is held on

Sunday morning.
For more information,
visit the Web site

Students will attend con-
certs given by the award-
wmmng FSU Jazz
Ensemble as well as PRISM
concerts, a 90-minute sur-
round-sound band extrava-


The Children's Support
Services Department of
Covenant Hospice is spon-
. soaring a one-day grief sup-
port camp, Camp
Monarch, from 8.a.m. to
4:30 p.m. on Saturday,
Nov. 7. This is a imique
camp for children and ado-
lescents ages 5 to 15, who
have recently experienced
the loss of a loved one.
The cathp will be held at
Seacrest Wolf Preserve in
Chipley, and is free to all
participants. It includes
breakfast, lunch and
making ddae cc include
memory bracelets, Native
American storytelling,
stone painting, .hay rides
and, of course, close
encounters with the
Seacrest Wolves. The dead-
line for registration is Oct.

Save Lives.
Give Blood.

30. To register, please call
January McKeithan or
Riley Henderson at 482-
8520 or (888) 817-2191.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization.

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Area law enforcement officerS,
recently participated in a defensive
tactics training course at Chipola
The course was conducted by H.
Lee Peacock of the Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office, in partnership with
Chipola's Criminal Justice Training
Officers from the Jackson, Holmes
and Calhoun county sheriff's offices,
and the Marianna and Chipley police
departments recently participated in
the course,
Peacock has been a deputy with the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office for the
23 years, having been a full time
defensive tactics instructor for the
past 14 years, and serving the last
seven years as the lead instructor for
t a Jamkso ille e f alObl
belts and instructor certifications in
various disciplines of martial arts,
and has competed as a professional
fighter in both kickboxing and mixed
martial arts.
Peacock developed the
"Defending the Edged Weapon"
course for FDLE/CJSTC, as well as
the Women's Self Defepse Program
for Jacksonville University. He has
served as an expert witness on law
enforcement use of force for the
City of Jacksonville Office of

Area law enforcement office recently participated in a defensive tactics
training course at Chipola College. Pictured from left, are front row, Martin
H. Bas ord, Joey D. Rabon, Quinton Hollis, Sean Hill, Derrick Wester, Scott
Thompson, second row, Mike Hodges, John Braxton, Billy Benton, Daniel
Morris, Michael Raley, H. Lee Peacock, back row, Kevin Arnold, Jeff
Fowler, Mark Malloy, Tyler Scarborough, George Owens, Julian G.
Basford, Timothy D. Hinson and Shane Tipton. -Contributed photo

"Officers who attended this train-
ing found all the instruction to be
very helpful in improving officer
safety and helping officers to better
serve and protect the citizens of our
commumty," said Steve Anderson,
Chipola Public Service Assqssment
Center manager.

- Divorces -
3 Oct. 19-23
Oct. 21 Wanda Taylor
vs. James Taylor

General Couixsel, as well as for
Florida Department of Law
Peacock developed the defensive
tactics course s Secifically for the
Chipola training, to focus on weapon
retention, hand to hand combat and
restraint techniques.

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Mc redboptlha Mariann s
Stanwaity of Newton, Ala.,
and Barbara Wasdin of
Dothan, Ala.
Fourth place Dorothy
Baxter and Jane -Sangaree,
both of Marianna.
Six and seventh place -
Jan Snyder and Bob Snyder,
both of Graceville, tied with
Linda Hodges and Bobbie
Fenster,-both of Dothan. .

Bridge Club plays bridge
on Monday afternoons. in
the St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Oct. 26, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood,
and Douglas Parker of
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the area: Tyndall Air Force
Base,.the new Marianna fire
truck, several sidewalk proj-
. ects, and the list goes on. All
of these are worthy causes
but before you can give it,
you had to take it front some-
one else. Would they still do
it if there were te#m limits?
Just in case they have not
realized it, this country is
broke. Mostly because of the
staggering ineptitude in
. Washington. Do got even get
me started on cap and trade,
or whatever their colleagues
are trying to change the name
to in an obvious attempt to
confuse their constituents.
And there are many, many
more such mstances.
I would respect them much
more if their votes would
reflect them as an American
first. Not as a Democrat,
Republican, Independent,
Methodist, Buddhist, Catholic
or Baptist. If they are worth
their salt, the people of the
great state of Florida and the
2nd Congressional District
will certainly re-elect an offi-
cial that does the right thing
on its own merits, without
regard to future employment.
Both of them appear to be
following directions perfectly
from the party and the "lead-
ers" in Washington. However,
none of them have realized
that the days of the popula-
tion blindly followmg are

Randy Roberts

Time to remember
hospice volunteers
Dear editor,
When we think of health
care breakthroughs, we usual-

ly think of new surgical pro-
cedures or nuracle drugs, not
hospice care. Hospice's story,
however, is unique and .
In just over three decades,
hospice has quietly revolu-
tionized the way people die in
America, by honoring wishes
and bringing peace, digmty
and comfort to millions of
patients and families.
November is National
Hospice Month, a time when
we at Emerald Coast Hospice
honor our patients and fami-
lies, and recognize the contri-
butions of professionals and
volunteers who provide hos-
pice care.
Emerald Coast Hospice is a
not-for-profit that provides
direct care, support and edu-
cation to the residents in out
community to ensure comfort,
dignity and choice dunng life-
threatening illness or the tran-
sition of dying. It serves
patients m Jackson, Calhoun,
Holmes and Washington
When patients and families
choose hospice, they receive
care unlike any other. The
hospice team treats pain and
symptoms with aggressive
medical care, and eases the
emotional and spiritual suffer-
ing of patients, fanulies and
loved ones.
This November, as you pre-
pare for Thanksgiving and
recall what you have to be
grateful for, please remember
the hospice professionals and
volunteers who are making a
difference every day m the
lives of our community's ter-
minally ill and their families,
They truly are the heart and
soul of hospice.

RepresentativeS industry, or the unions ---- and
the list goes on and on. Some
need a reminder on this list I agree with, but I
Dear editor do realize that we can no
1pnger afford or fund these
After long deliberation on activities. Any business-
the health care issue, I have minded person would realize
come to the conclusion that this. A worthy cause does not
Rep. Allen Boyd and Sen. make it sustainable. There
Bill Nelson should know that have been so many back
any government, whether it roolia deals made in
be the federal government or Washington that our repre-
' state government, has no sentatives and their col-
place within health care, and leagues have bankrupted the
especially insurance. greatest county on Earth.
By this, I ineah that they, I believe that'there is only
better than most, have some one way to correct this situa-
sort of idea of just how the tion. This process is called
state of Florida has fared term limits. I do realize that
with homeowners insurance every decision made in.
and the interference of the Washington is slanted
gOVernment. towards re-eledtion.
It is an absolute mess. It appears to me that the
Insurance compares are American people need to
leaving the state, leaving protect all of our representa-
fewer and fewer choices, and tives in Washington from
the companies that are left themselves. Simply limiting
will raise premiums. The the amount of time they
ones that are left may or may spend in Washington ivill do
not have the assets to weather that. Just think; they won't
a Katrina or an Andrew. have to worry about re-elec-
It is my opinion that the tion. Thus, they can vote
same is about to happen to their conscience, instead of
health insurance in America. calculating how they will
Fewer companies equals ris- vote based on the next elec-
ing premiums. Or, we will be tion. They assume that we
forced to be insured by the have short memories.
federal government. I am not I must say that I am very
looking forward to this. disappointed in their activi-
I beg each of them in' ties in Washington. It seems
Washington to simply read that all they care to do is
the Constitution. I had to bring home the pork, and that
read it in high school and makes it all better, so re-elect
have a basic understanding. them. The Congress of the
Nowhere does it say the gov- United States has giventhe
ernment has any right to any pork away to the point that
of this. All of them have there are no more pigs left.
overstepped their bounds in Somewhere in the deal they
this issue. You do not have have to raise more pigs, not
the right to interfere with my just come to my door and
health care. steal my bacon; all in the
They also have no right to name of government.
give my tax money to the I have noticed the amount
auto industry, or the banking of money that has come into

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Notice is hereby given that the Town of
Malone,,Florida will conduct a public
hearing on Tuesday, November 10, 2009
at 6:30 p.m. to consider adoption, by
Ordnance No. 101 certain amendments
to the Malone Comprehensive Plan to
include Concurrency requirements and
update of the Capital Improvements
This hearing will be held at the Malone
Town Hall located at 5182 9th Avenue-
m Malone, Fl. Interested parties are en-
couraged to attend the meeting and per-
sons wishing to comment may do so in
person at the public hearing or in writ-
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the proposed amendment is on file and
available for review during normal bitsi-
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will need a record of the proceedings.
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Fiscal Year 08-09. The blousing Department will take applications for the
SHIP Rehabilitation/Repair program on a first come and first serve bdis
on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the County Administration Building
located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL. Thereafter, applications Are
to be made at the Housing Department located at 4487 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, FL 32446. Questions regarding the program should be di-
rected to-the Housing Departmefit at 850-482-9083.
All applicants should provide, at time of application, identification and
proof of income, including any assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be taken for a period of 30 days or until all
unds are encumbered, whichever comes first.

Jackson County Housing Department is a recipient of the Florida Home-
buyer Opportunity Program and has funding available in the amount of
$192,873.18 for Fiscal Year 09-10. The Housing Department will be
take applications for the Florida Homebuyer Opportunity Program ori a
first come and first serve basis on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the
County Administration Building located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna,
FL. Thereafter, applications are to be made at the Housing Department
located at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446. Questions re-
garding the program should be directed to the Housing Department at
All applicants should provide, at time of application, identification and
proof of income, including any assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be taken for a period of 30 days or until all
funds are encumbered, whichever comes first.

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-activities, and offer a Power Point presen- Jackson Hospital have intensely .personal
station, with photos from 1959.and through reasons for joining the corps. Saunders is
the ensuing years, of the pink ladies' activ- one of them.
ities. Illness took her husband several years
Gathering the materials for the presenta- ago, anti it was that experience which led
tion, Saunders spent 10 months reading her to become a Pink Lady.
through 50 years of minutes taken at "During the last 15 years of his life, my
mondily and quarterly meetings of the husband was very, very ill," Saunders said.
organization. "He had a kidney transplant and was sick
"One night I'd be laughing and the next all the time. I practically.1ived at the UAB
I'd be crying," Saunders said of her hospital during that time. I was going back
research. "The kinds of things they were and forth, and I was alone up there with no
able t ed aini vthtoenpatients veke farmlywould always feel insecure, not

impressed with the dedication through the knowing what yas going to:happen from
years. They hot only donated their hours day to day. But let me tell you, the Pink
going down and helping with the patients Ladies were the ones who came into the
and' raising money, th'ey reached out in room to see about me, to give me words of
times of disaster to the larger community encouragement. They helped me, they
as well." prayed with me, they would go get a mag-
Curretitly, 52. Pink Ladies serve. the azine or a book to try and get me focused
community, most of them retired. The old- on something other that what I could t do
est, Saunders believes, is in her 80s, but the anything about. They reminded me that
volunteer in question is shy about giving God was still in. control and would help
the actual number. me. One day, when my husband and I were
What many people may not know is that coming home together, I said\ to him, 'I
the Pink Ladies' support goes beyond their want to be a Pink Lady \vhen I retire.
direct care for patients and their loved And after wmdmg up her 4()-year career
ones. as an educator, Saunders didn't forget that
Through the years, they've bought thou- goal.
sands upon thousands of dollars in equip- "I know I can't give back to them, but at
ment for the hospital. least I can give to other people. That's my
Most recently, they bought respiratory Avay of thanking them. As a Pink Lady
and radiology eqtiipment. myself now, I know that kind of passing--
In the past, they've bought a myriad of along ivould mean the ivorld to me, so I
medical equipment, and one item that was feel even more now that doing this is hon-
a bit unusual -, a golf cart. oring them, and a tribute they would
It is used to take patients with limited appreciate."
mobility from a vehicle to the hospital, or Npt too long ago, Saunders had a chance
from the the parking lot. It's to re-acquaint herself with one of the Pilik
also a security vehicle. Ladies who helped her years earlier.
Saunders said the ladies have a motto The woman is now in her 90s --- and stB
that serves as the foundation of their aPinkLady.
organization "without God, we can do Jackson Hospital invites the public to
nothing." come out and help thank those who have
Many of the Pink Ladies who servy given their service.

Veterans coins....Fromuse,

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Segrest said. "We only ask good." 593-2520.
for reservations because we There is no charge for the For, more information,
want to make sure we cook meal, and each veteran will call the above numbers or
enough for everyone to receive a gift bag. Door 592-4915 or 593-6960.
enjoy a great meal. We've prizes will also be iven No alcoholic beverages
got a lot of people working away. will be allowed on the
on this and I think it's, To reserve a dinner, call premises,

M ayor . Continued From Page 1A

straight on whatever was going on." his business, but he' was always willing to
Hall said Herring was modest to a fault. talk with you if he was needed. Many
"He was sort of like a hero to me. I told times we sat on his back porch and talked.
him that several times, and he'd just laugh That's where I got most of my advice
and say 'Oh, I don't know about that.' But from him."
he was. He was a good man, a nice guy, Herring's influence extended outside his
and I don't know of anyone who' didn't beloved town, as well. Back in the late
like and respect him," Hall said. "He was 1950s, he helped convince Troy University
on the quiet side, I'd say, the kind of per- to set up a branch campus in nearby
son who just did his job and went on about Dothan, Ala., for instance.

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Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, October 28, 2009 7A

lot of it's going to be later
and we probably will lose
or have lost a little of the
cotton that's loosely hang-
ing on," he said. .
Cotton farmers are hop-
ing a few warm days will
help their, plants mature
before the cool weather
comes in to slow the
"I know they would have
liked to have seen more
heat at this stage," Smith
said. "The process of defo-
liation, when the leaves fall
off, is better when its
warm. That has to happen
ahead of picking."
Some farmers sprayed
their plants to accelerate
that process Just ahead
of the rain, which washed
their efforts away-
With some others getting
ready to pick, Tuesday's
downpour will delay the
process, since the cotton
needs to be fluffy enough
for the picking machine to
grasp the boll, and the
ground dry enough for the
machines to move mto. the
fields. .
There's good and bad in
the cool weather. It speeds
the drying process for cot-
ton, but it also slows the
maturation process.
If the weather delays har-
vest, cotton farmers run the
risk of some reduction of
quality, and of the cotton
falling out of the boll.
Overall, before the mois-
ture moved in, Smith said
cotton yields were not
looking especially stellar
this year, but the outlook
wasn't bad, either. The
next few. days will be an
Important time gomg for-
ward- '
: "Right now, it's holding
Its own, considering,
Smith said Tuesday-
Today was not cata-
strophic, but we could lose
a little more cotton. We

Century Link saw it discarded by the side
of the road, with the regulator missing, and
picked it up.
Thinking it might have fallen from the
back of a truck, he picked it up and took it
back to his own business.
With that sorted out, authorities still
believe someone stole and discarded the
tank, but kept the regulator.
Anyone with information in the case. is
asked to call the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125 or CrimeStoppers
at 526-000.


The Marianna Police Department
reports that a helium tank reported stolen
Tuesday was located in safe hands, but its
regulator is still missing.
Century Link, formerly Embarq, report-
ed it missing on Tuesday. Representatives
of the company say it was probably taken
between 5 p.m. Oct. 22 and 6:30 a.m. Oct.
Authorities later learned an employee of
the company which rented the tank to


According to reports
from the Marianna Police
Department, driver
Christopher Michael Finch
was helped from the vehi-
cle which crashed nbar the
intersection of State Road

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73 South and Holly Hill
Police said the one-vehi-
cle accident remains under
investigation. No further
details were available as of
giress time.

A man was taken to
Jackson Hospital for treat-
ment after being rescued
from a burning vehicle

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafajrette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


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away Saturday, ,
2009. .
Mr. Hagans w
Aug. 28, 1958 in
County. He work
carpenter and ser
country in the Air F
He is preceded i
by his by his pare
ert Hagans and
Lipford Daniels;
Mr. Hagans is
by his stepfather
Daniels of Marian
daughters, Tiffany
of Gottondale, a
Moore ofAltha; on
er, Larry Daniels
one sister, Ronda
Malino; and two gr
dren, Laynnie Si
Devon Hagans. .
The graveside se
Mr. Hagans will b
day, Oct. 29, 10
Lipford Cemetery,
gil Lipford officiating
Marianna Chape
al Home is in char
Expressiotis of sy
may be submitted
James & Sikes Fu
Home Maddox C
4278 Lafayette
Marianna, FL 3

Oct. 25, ber of the Malone Lion's
Club for 10 years, serving
as born as club president in 1957,
Jackson During that time, he
ed as a worked with th Dothan
ved .his Chamber of Commerce in
orce. encouraging Troy State
n death University to establish a
nts Rob- branch campus in Dothan,
Wandis Ala., to serve neighboring
and a students.
iels. He was-an active mem-
survived ber of the First Baptist
, Nolan Church of Malone and
na; two served as deacon for ap-
Hagans proximately 16 years,
nd Janie He was preceded in
e broth- death by parents Howard
of Ohio; and Bertha.Herring; broth-
Weeks of ers Howard Coral Herring
andchil- and Leroy Herriag; and sis-
ms and ter Doris Cliff
He is survived by his de-
rvice for voted wife of 55 years, Mrs.
e Thurs- Voucile Herring; brother
a.m. in Yatek Herring of Malone;
withVir- son Dwiot Holmes "Bud-
g. dy" Herring Jr. .and wife
l Funer- Melissa, of Tallahassee; son
ge of ar- Tim Herring and wife
Mary, of Malone; daughter
empathy Judy Joyner and husband
onlifle at Gary, of Hartford, Ala.; daughter Polly Roberts and
husband Gary, of Colum-
neral bus, Ga.; special nieces La-
hapel na Blackburn of Bascom,
St. mmednt CSa a Sfr r
Wendy Alday of Malone.
sikes He is also survived by 11
com grandchildren and five
The family will receive

Mdo es t
nesday, Oct. 28, froth 5 to ?
The funeral service will
be conducted at the First
Baptist Church the follow-
ing day, Oct. 29, at 11 a.m.,
with burial at .the Friend-
ship Baptist Church of Ma-
lone. The Revs. Don Wilson
and Jackie Register will be
officiating. James & Sikes
Funeral Home. Maddox
Chapel will direct.
nes The far would to
exp app
Sr. to the many friends and
family ihat have visited
during dxis difficult time, as
well as their gratitude for
the assistance of Emerald
Coast Hospice.
James & Sikes Funeral
Herring liome191addox Chapel
passed 4278 Lafayette St.
Oct. 26, Marianna, FL 32446
a life- www.Jamesandsikes
erms as
ptember MildredD
veteran, *
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problems here near the end
because of the clouds and
rain, but they're still in
pretty good shape," Smith
said. "This kind of weather
is, conducive to the devel-
opmeixt of diseases like leaf
spot, because moisture
tends to stay in the plant
canopy and feed it. It may
force early pickiixg for
some, but they should come
out all right."

need several days of good
temperatures. Everybody
is going to try to start defo-
liating, and that process
will take a couple of weeks
or more."
As for peanuts, Smith
said yields are looking
good this year, and that
most farmers willbe able to
finish harvesting it by the
end of this week.
"We had soine disease

ly 1942, and then finishing
his armed. services career
in the Army Air Force, be-
mg honorable discharged
in bru 1 6Force dis-

charge, he owned and op~
rated several successful
businesses including Her-

WmglbDr oceryd H@er ng
Ra mA pshance
ness, Malone Mobile
Homes, in 1992.
Mr. Herring was an elec-
trician by trade and provid-
ed wiring to some of the
first rural homes to receive
electricity. in the early
1940s. He was elected may-
or of Malone in September
1953 and was instrumental
in acquiring Malone's first
water system, post office,
housing project and side-
walks. He worked with the
U.S. De artment of Trans-
portation in 1954, to help
establish freight routes for
the Atlantic and St. Andrew
Bay Railway Company.
Mr. Herring was a mem-

Dwiot Hoh

Dwiot Holmes
Sr., 87, of Malone
away at home on
Mr. fierrizig was
time resident of
and served two t
mayor starting Se
1953. He was a
first serving in th
l angiS Corp enlist

Mildred D. Spivey, 81, of
Marianna passed away
Monday, Oct.26, 2009, due
to an extended illness;
The funeral k bd at 11
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, at
the Trinity Baptist Church.
Burial will follow at
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.


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The Chipola Indians wrapped up their presea-
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Health Center, winning games over Auburn
University-Montgomery and Faulkner.
The Indians won the games by a combined
eight points, winning in spite of being without
five regular players.
Delwan Graham, Rodderick Lanon, Steadman
Short and Aaron Davis were all out with injuries.
Freshman transfer Keith DeWitt will-not be eligi-
ble to play until the spring semester,
"It was a chance for a lot of guys who might
not have played as many minutes to get some
time," Chipola coach JAke Headrick said of his
short-handed squad.
"I think everybody really stepped up, arid the
guys who had been playing well continued to
play well."
The Tallahassee Ea s also competed in the
preseason jamboree, Tosing to Faulkner and beat
ing AUM.
Chipola played in three previous senmmage
sessions, but Saturday was the first preseason
event that featured regular season game rules.
Headrick said he was happy with what he saw,
but one of the problems that has plagued the
Indians.this.preseason continued to do so on
"We've really got to improve our foul-shoot-
ing," the coach said. "We have really struggled.
Both games (Saturday) could've been a lot dif-
ferent if we hadn't missed so many free throws."
Chipola made a paltry 14-of-27 from the char-
ity stripe against AUM.
'It wasn't much better in the second gatne,"
Headrick said of his team's free throw perform-
ance, which he attributed to a lack of focus.
"With these young guys, it's just a matter of
concentration, stepping up there and making foul
shots. Every kid we've got can shoot it better
than he did over the weekend." - .
1 See FINALE, Page 2B >

Marianna Middle School running back Jock
Wooden carries the football in a game against
Wakulla Oct. 15 in Marianna. The Bullpups play
for the Big Bend Conference championship
Thursday against Jefferson County in Monticello
.d le Ph
on an Fi oto
speed to beat you." ,
Nolen called Jefferson County the fastest tean
the Bullpups have played all year.
See MMS, Page 2B >



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Chipola guard Sam Grooms (5) tries to dribble pastt a Idefender during a pres~eason

UCf f gOod We turned
the ball over and got
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-David Lane,
Chipola coadr
that the first team to score in
overtime won, with Daytona
Beach missing two free throws
to start OT before the Lady
Indians made 1-of-2 to win.
"We really weren't very good.
We turned the ball over arid got
very sloppy," Lane said of his
team. ''I don't kndw if we
thought because of the games we
n ec ,Sbau o ewe2
much urgency or desire to learn
from our mistakes. That was the
frustrating part of it."
Lane.said he has been looking
for more energy and focus from
his team for a:few weeks now,
but he's not finding it as often as
he would like.
"We're not really showing it
.on a consistent basis," the coach
said. "The week leading up to

The Chipola Lady Indians
went 2-1, at the Florida JUCO
Jamboree in Tallahassee
However, that wasn't enough
to satisfy Chipola coach David
Lane, who classified his team's
performance Saturday as --nor
very good."
The Lady Indians won a slop-
py game ovir FCCJ in their first
game, then lost to South Georgia
Tech in thetr second. *
"We just didn't play .very
well," Lane said of the loss.
- The Lady Indians dropped the
game to a South Georgia Tech
team Chipola defeated in.a jam-
boice in Columbus, Ga. Aug. 10.
"We were sloppy, and they're
ea me e rest niendwe
were playing four games that
day and we were playing three,
so we were able to take advan-
tage of that," he said. aThistime,
we turned the ball over, missed
seven or eight free throws, and
just didn't play that well."
Chipola finished the day with
an overtime win over Daytona
Beach, -
The jamboree rules dictated

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A Ch opla Lady Indians player looks to make a pla~y while bein


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It's riot a nety issue for h
team, but Lane said he'd like
see more progress.
--Rebounding \\as a bigthin
and that \ appointing." the coach said. "W
had concentrated our effort
getting better rebounding and
still aren't.

(the jamboreel, it got a little bit
beuer on Thursdal and Friday.
But you're not going to be able
to fix everything in a day. It's
just disappointing."
Lane said the biggest probleni
for his team on the court right
now is its inability to rebound at
a high level. _

The Marianna Middle School Bullpups can lock
up their third undefeated season in four years with
a win Thursday night over Jefferson County at 6
The Bulipups head to Monticello to take onT a
Jefferson County squad they've already heath
once this season.
With a .win, MMS will be the champion of the
Big Bend Conference, and will finish the season 8-
0 for the first time in school history.
"We've got a chance to do something I don't
believe MMS lias effer done, and that's win eight
games in a year," Bullpups coach Hunter Nolen
said Tuesday. "It's great that we're in this confer-
ence with a chance to play for som thing. We can -
really cap off a great season if we get a win."
MMS took a 28-12 road victory over Jefferson
County in the Bull)9ups' season-oJiener.
It was the second game of the year for Jefferson
Colinty, which started the year 0-2 before winning
five straight.
"We had' a couple of turnovers, some sloppy
penalties," Nolen said of his team's opening per-
formance. "I think that we have progressed and got-
ten better as the weeks have gone on, but I also
think Jefferson has gotten better "
A quarterback change may have sparked the
Tigers' run of success, with the team moving away
from a pro-style running team to a shotgun spread-
offense team.
"Their new quarterback is a scrambler who can
throw out of the shotgun. He's very agile, and he
moves around as a QB," Nolen said.
"A lot of other teams we have played have been
T really big and just pounded us up the middle, but
they're going to spread you out and use their team


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split with

8 0 Il if 8.y
The Graceville Tigers middle
school basketball team split its
games with Bomfay IVIonday
night m Graceville.
The eighth-grade "A" team
Tigers lost to Bomfay 39-33,
while the "B" team, comprised
of sixth- and seventh-graders,
defeated Bomfay 20-7.
Jared Brogdon led the
Graceville eighth-graders .with
eight points for the game.
The "B" team was led by Nick
Porter and LaDanus Nicks with
four points each
The Tigers will play again on
Thursday against the Cottondale
Hornets m Cottondale at 1 p.m.,
and 2 p.m.

CC wins preseason finale

Lady Indians go 2-1 in Tallahassee jamboree
We reall weren't

Bullpups bowling for perfect season -


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Continued From Page IB

Still. Headrick said he has been happy
with what lus team has shown him thus
f ar.
"I think the number one thing that
sticks out is that we play ed 11 s presea-
sons games and were able to an nine of
them. without eter havine a consistent
Itneup due to injuries." the coach said.
"We haten't had a whole team, we"Le
missed lots of pieces, but we've still
found ways to ain games. An\ [ime lou
do that, it makes you happy as a coach.
This team still has a long way to go.
We're not playing our best basketball by
any means. but \ou never want your
team playing its best basketball this

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"Now they've gotten more focused. We had one
of our best days of practice all season on Monday."
It has been a banner season for the Bulipops, who
have been dominant in 2009, beating every team on
the schedule by 16 or more points.
A loss in the last game of the season would be a
devastating way to end such a season, Nolen said.
"'1 toldsthem the other day in practice that gu.15
have worked hard all year long, I would hate to see
us slip up right here at the end and have a blemish."
the coach said. -
The Bulipups are 34-1 over the past four seasons.
The game can be heard Inve on the radio at 94.1
FM, and can also be heard on the Internet at

According to the coach. it's also a much better
team than the one MMS faced Sept. 10.
That's a point Nolen has tried to hammer home
to his players.
"I'm trying to talk to the guys and tell them that
this is a totally different team than we played the
first time," the coach said. "We've gotten better.
but they've gotten better as well."
Nolen Osed a common opponent Wakulla -
to demonstrate to his team it was in for a challenge
on Thursday.
The Bulipups defeated Wakulia 28-8 Oct. 15 in
glarianna but Jefferson County defeated that
sameteaWi 38-8.
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at 6:01 p.m. to consider adoption, by Or-
dinance No. 131 certain amendments to
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date of the Capital Improvements Plan.
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