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The State of Florida Commission on Ethics has dismissed the ethics complaint led against Perry City Councilman Mike Deming, nding that the complaint lacked legal sufciency. Former Code Enforcement Board member Tonya Holton led the complaint back in September alleging Deming misused his public position by parking his vehicle on a city sidewalk. Im relieved that the Ethics Commission dismissed the complaint led by Ms. Holton alleging that there was something improper about the way I park on my own driveway. I hope that the nding by the commission will end her baseless attack on me and my family. I intend to continue to treat Ms. Holton with the professionalism that she deserves and required by my role as an elected member of the city council, Deming said Tuesday in response to the dismissal. Holton, who has aired her complaints against Deming both at city council meetings but also in a public platform on social media, responded JROTC hosts Veterans Day ceremony MondayTaylor County High School JROTC will host its 27th annual Veterans Day Ceremony Monday, Nov. 11. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the schools gymnatorium. We advise anyone who chooses to participate to arrive around 10:15 a.m., to allow a smooth running ceremony. We expect courtesy toward our veterans and our community during the ceremony. After the ceremony at the school, a ag changing ceremony will take place at the Veterans Memorial Park at noon. We invite the community and send a special welcome to all our veterans to attend, JROTC ofcials said.County to honor veterans with luncheonThe Taylor County Board of Commissioners will hold its 2013 Veterans Day Celebration Monday, Nov. 11, at Forest Capital Park, starting at 12:30 p.m. Special guest speaker will be Naval Captain Nicklous J. Ross who currently works with the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System in Gainesville. All veterans and their families are invited to attend.Library to be closed for Veterans DayThe Taylor County Public Library will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day. The library will re-open Tuesday, Nov. 12.TCHS announces schedule for Homecoming ParadeTaylor County High School (TCHS) has announced the following schedule for students on Friday, Nov. 8, for the 2013-14 Homecoming Parade: participants are to be in or at their vehicles or oats. dismissal. off. with its routes ending in downtown Perry. For more on this years Homecoming celebration, please see page A-10. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 44www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayNoember 6, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Religion . ................... A-6 Sports . ..................... A-8 Classieds . .............. A-9 Community . ............ A-10Weather Wednesday 81 6020% Thursday79 6220% News Forum Man dies in rollover crash A Tallahassee man was killed in a single-vehicle crash that happened here early Monday morning on Keaton Beach Road. William Cabot Kyle IV, 37, was ejected from the 2000 Chevy Silverado truck he was driving and was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash happened at midnight some threequarters of a mile south of Ma Dixon Road. Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Trooper W. Young reported that Kyle was traveling south when, for an unknown reason, he veered off the roadway. Kyle overcorrected, causing the truck to spin counterclockwise. The truck traveled back across the roadway and overturned, ejecting the driver. The vehicles passenger side then collided with a tree and came to a nal rest facing south on its right side. Kyle was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. The fatal crash was one of three wrecks that occurred within the city and county over the span of just a few hours Monday morning. The second crash happened at 6:30 a.m. on County Road 30 (at Foley Cut-Off Road) involving an 18-year-old Perry teen. Brittany Calaore sustained minor injuries when her 2003 Kia overturned after she swerved to avoid hitting an animal that ran out in front of her car. FHP Trooper W. Ernst reported the vehicle crossed the north shoulder of C.R. 30 before Calaore steered aggressively to the right, crossing over and entering the south shoulder of the road. She then steered back to the left, causing the vehicle to rotate counterclockwise as it Please see page 3Ethics complaint against Deming is dismissed Judge rules Frazier not guilty Friday Infernal Club manager Michael Frazier was found not guilty of operating a bottle club without a license following a two-hour non-jury trial held Friday, Nov. 1. Circuit Judge Greg Parker ruled in Fraziers favor but noted in his ruling that the sloppy handling of the investigation by the Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (a subdivision of the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulations) left him little other options. Frazier was arrested in August 2012; he was arrested a second time on the same misdemeanor charge in September of this year. Both cases were handled with Fridays court proceedings and Im cleared of all of it, Frazier said Tuesday. I knew it would turn out this way. It didnt take Judge Parker long to realize what was going onthat it was staged and I was being framed by the city manager and Jamie (police captain Jamie Cruse). I am very happy with the verdict, Frazier said. During the initial investigation, Frazier was charged with allowing individuals to bring their own bottles of alcohol to the establishment and mix drinks; in the second investigation, open bottles of alcohol were discovered on the premises. Frazier maintained his innocence from the beginning of the case and has been outspoken in his criticism of the city manager and police department--taking it a step further by posting signs at his place of business located on Hampton Springs Avenue stating that the city council members are the city managers pawns. Councilman Mike Deming expressed his relief that the complaint was dismissed.Please see page 3 The Perry Taylor County Chamber of Commerce held its annual Halloween costume contest The Taylor County Commission approved a new 10-year lease agreement Monday with the Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) Board of Directors for the continued operation of the hospital. During previous discussions, the most controversial clause of the new lease gave the hospital board the authority to partner or participate with a regional health care system which in turn would have the ability to appoint up to two members to the DMH board. Although it was slightly reworded in the latest version of the lease, the authority remains, but new language was added which allows that any individual member of the board of county commissioners shall have the right to review any partnership agreement between DMH and another partnering healthcare organization upon request of the county administrator. When the lease agreement last came before the commission in September, the partnership clause sparked nearly an hour of debate which only ended after commissioners found common ground on most of the issues under discussion and asked County Attorney Conrad Bishop to work with DMH Attorney Cline Moore to make several changes to the language and return it to them for consideration. County inks 10-year lease with DMH Lots of treats at Halloween Costume Contest Please see page 7 FFS reports drop in wildresThe Florida Forest Service (FFS) responded to 39 wildres in Taylor County during the scal year ending June 30, almost half the number they battled the previous year. FFS Forest Area Supervisor Jack Smith credited the reduction in res to the amount of rain experienced here during that time compared to the prior year, when there were 62 res reported. Smith presented an annual report to the Taylor County Commission Monday evening, noting that the 39 res burned approximately 115 acres. The support given to the FFS by the Taylor County Commission, Taylor County Fire-Rescue, local volunteer re departments Please see page 3
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A-3 Taco Times November 6, 2013 entered the north shoulder. The car overturned as it slid downhill on the north shoulder of C.R. 30. Calaore was taken to Doctors Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries; she was also cited for failing to wear her seatbelt. The third morning crash happened at 7:58 a.m., at the intersection of Highway 19 and Main Street. The Perry Police Department handled the crash investigation, reporting that one vehicle was stopped waiting for the trafc signal at the intersection to turn when it was rear-ended by a second vehicle. The resulting impact caused the vehicles airbags to deploy. The driver of the second vehicle was transported to DMH for treatment of minor injuries and was released the same to the ruling by posting on the online site: Ethics complaint against Deming dismissed. Didnt expect any different. Everyone knows the ethics board is a toothless tiger put in place by legislation to appease the people making them think they have a course of action when wronged by a public ofcial. I was simply creating a paper trail. I fully expect to be sued by Angela Ball (his wife) for the cost of his attorneys fees. The complaint clearly states that if found not guilty they can sue for the cost of their lawyer. Wonder how much he paid her and in what form of currency? You may get a judgment against me, but please promise me one thing? Hold your breath until you see one penny from me. That is exactly what keeps more people from coming forward and ling complaints. Demings case was one of 30 complaints the Ethics Commission took action on Oct. 25 and was one of 11 dismissed for lack of legal sufciency. The ndings were released Oct. 30 with department ofcials stating: The commissions reviews for legal sufciency are limited to questions of jurisdiction and determinations as to whether the contents of the complaint are adequate to allege a violation of the Code of Ethics. As no factual investigation precedes the reviews, the commissions conclusions do not reect on the accuracy of the allegations made in these complaints. In her complaint, Holton alleged that Deming violated Florida law by parking on a city sidewalk that runs adjacent to his residence on North Jefferson Street. and cooperators was, once again, very instrumental in helping to limit the impact of wildres on Taylor County residents, Smith said. Debris burning was the most common cause of wildres here, resulting 12 res which burned a total of 28.4 acres. Lightning was next with 10 res burning 37.1 acres. There were six incendiary res, which were determined to be the result of arson, burning 15.7 acres. Other reported res include one from campres, two from equipment, six from miscellaneous causes and two of unknown origin. Taylor County received $5,000 through the Rural Community Fire Protection Program, a partnership in which the FFS provides local volunteer re departments with surplus equipment for the purpose of supporting the wildland reghting efforts. With the support of the Taylor County Commission, local volunteer re departments have been able to effectively use this equipment to protect the citizens of Taylor County. During this scal year, Taylor County was approved for $5,000 under a Title IV grant that was administered by the FFS to purchase radios for Taylor County Volunteer Fire Departments, Smith said. DISMISSED Continued from page 1 ROLLOVER CRASH Continued from page 1 WILDFIRES Continued from page 1 Lack of legal sufciency cited Monday morning saw two more crashes, with only minor injuries$5,000 awarded for volunteer depts.
A-4 Taco Times November 6, 2013 Living Deadline Dec. 15 enrolled for Master Gardening; 15 needed If you love gardening and want to learn more about plants, the Master Gardener program is offering another 10-week course in 2014, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 28. In return for the satisfactory completion of the horticultural training program, Master Gardeners are asked to volunteer 75 hours within the rst year following their training. The cost for the course is $100, which includes all hands-on material and books. This will need to be paid by Dec. 1, 2013. A minimum of 15 students are needed in order to hold the class; ve have already registered. Classes will meet each Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Please call Kristy at 8383508 to register or stop by the Extension ofce located in Forest Capital Hall at 203 Forest Park Dr. Shown from left are: Math/Science Coach Jesika Curry with Anthony Carter, Assistant Principal Alicia Beshears, Rebecca Barber, Rohan Patel, Mitchell Davis, William Blue and TCHS Principal Audie Ash. Aiming for the stars and moonTCHS students dazzle at regionals, proceed to state competition Rebecca Barber, William Blue, Anthony Carter, Mitchell Davis and Rohan Patel recently represented Taylor County High School (TCHS) in the State of Florida Student Astronaut Challenge held at Florida High in Tallahassee. The students took a 100-question multiple choice test on a 153page Student Astronaut Handbook, explained Jesika Curry, math/science coach. When we arrived we were very surprised to nd out that we were one of 24 teams in our region! Not only were schools from Tallahassee represented but also Jacksonville and Gainesville. The students were quite nervous but gave it their best shot. I was thrilled when I found out that they placed in the top three of our region securing their spot in the state competition to be held at the Kennedy Space Center in March! The top three! Their score put them in the top 12 teams out of 58 that competed across the state in three regions. So I am beyond proud, said Curry, who also serves as a STEM Scholars mentor. This is such a great day for TCHS and for our STEM program (all of the students on this team are also members of STEM Scholars, focusing on science, technology, engineering and math curricula). Our next step will be a three-day competition. Event One will consist of an engineering challenge where students will be provided a ight operationrelated problem on the space shuttle or international space station and will be required to devise and present a procedure for solving the problem, Curry said Event Two, she explained, will be the presentation and demonstration of a focused experiment that could be performed on the International Space Station, on a provided topic, which the students will have developed. Event Three will consist of three rounds (including a semi-nal and nal) where teams will be required to perform the preight operation, launch, orbit and landing of the Space Shuttle Enterprise ight simulator (three students) and the operation and responsibilities of the mission control team (two students). Please congratulate these students on their accomplishment, Curry urged, and if anyone out there has own a space shuttle lately we would love some pointers! Jam session scheduled Six partnerships of one adult and one youth each are invited to participate in a Jam Canning Class Tuesday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m.-12 noon and, again, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Participants will use a water bath canner to prepare strawberry jam. Each adult/youth partner will take home a jar of jam and they make great Christmas gifts, said Extension Agent Lori Wiggins. The maximum limit for the class is six partnerships and the minimum age for youth is 8. The class fee is $10. Register by calling 838-3508.
A-6 Taco Times November 6, 2013 Religion Its November: do you know where your fruitcake is? If the holidays are nearing in Taylor County, the women of Perry Church of God are surely in the kitchen. Annually, this womens ministry offers an assortment of cakes and pies to complete holiday meals. This year, fruitcakes will be sold in one pound, $6, two-pound, $12, three-pound, $18, and ve-pound, $30, sizes. Deep-dish pecan and chocolate-pecan pies will be sold for $10. Please call 584-2010 to order today and schedule an appointment for pick-up. The church is located at 1106 S. Center Street. Cards of Thanks Coulliette The family of James E. (Jim,Jimmy) Coulliette would like to express our love to everyone who helped us during the loss of our loved one. The food, owers, cards, prayers and comfort you offered to us were so appreciated. We especially wish to thank Mark and Joe P. Burns Funeral Home for helping so much to make this trying time a little bit easier for us to make it through. We truly thank you, one and all. Cheryl Coulliette Steve and Michele Coulliette Robin and Vall DeerFloydThe family of Stacey L. Floyd would like to thank everyone who reached out to us during this very trying time. So many of you took time to call, visit, send cards, owers and prepare meals. Thank you to Bro. Eddie Pridgeon and members of Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship for being there to lift us up in prayer, provide food and a beautiful memorial service. Thanks to Burns Funeral Home for helping us to make the difcult decisions that had to be made. Lee Roy and Berta Floyd, Amy Floyd and Austin Womens fellowship planned Nov. 16 Hungry for chicken? Call nowThe womens fellowship of Restoration Faith Center, Heart2Heart, is planning a spirit-lled day of fellowship, the ministry of Apostle Shirley White, door prizes, food and fun. Carmen Dennis invites all women in the community to gather Sunday, Nov. 16, at Loughridge Park Community Center at 10 a.m. For additional information, you may contact Dennis at 838-6883. As fund-raising activities continue, the youth ministry of Union Street Church of God urges your patronage Saturday when chicken dinners will be prepared. Plates include one leg quarter, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, green beans and a roll. An $8 donation is requested. The event will be held at 301 S. Jefferson Street. For advance tickets, please call Minister Philip Johnson III at 843-0911 or Daphene Sloan at 223-1113 or Amy Mote at (407) 921-8943. Allen to keynote Back to Church A Back to Church Revival will be held at Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church Nov. 12-14 beginning at 7 nightly. Pastor Robert M. Butler Jr. says the church will close out its Back to Church emphasis on Sunday, Nov. 17, with church school and morning worship. Pastor Renita AllenDixon, the founder of Ecclesia Outreach Ministry, will lead services using her musical talents which have taken her around the nation. The community is invited.
A-7 Taco Times November 6, 2013 In a sharp contrast, at Mondays meeting commissioners said they had no questions concerning the modied agreement with Commissioner Pat Patterson offering a motion to approve the lease and Commissioner Malcolm Page providing a second. County Administrator Jack Brown noted that one section of the lease was missing which incorporated the existing interlocal agreement between the county and DMH concerning emergency medical services (EMS) subsidies provided to the hospital by the county. Commissioners agreed that the section had been included in the new lease and must have been inadvertently omitted in the latest version. Patterson modied her motion to approve the lease contingent on adding the EMS section back into the agreement. The measure passed unanimously. The lease will now go to the DMH board for approval. HOSPITAL Continued from page 1 Lease must now be approved by hospital board of directors
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Taylor County High School (TCHS) is celebrating its annual Homecoming this week in neon style, all leading up to a parade Friday afternoon and the big game that night at Dorsett Stadium. Students are showing their school spirit by taking part in dress-up days planned throughout the week: Monday, PJ/senior citizen day; Tuesday, camo/ university day; Wednesday, super hero/dynamic duo (twin) day; Thursday, theme day/throw back day (1980s); and Friday, school spirit day (orange and blue). The theme for the homecoming celebration is Splash of Neon. Homecoming sponsors are Tracy Barnes and Laurie Wynn. The 2013-14 Homecoming King and Homecoming Queen will be crowned during the Pep Rally Thursday, starting at 6 p.m. at the high school. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, traveling from the high school to downtown Perry. Friday night, Oct. 8, pre-game activities will start at 6 p.m. with kick-off at 7:30 p.m. A-10 Taco Times November 6, 2013 Community TCHS celebrates Homecoming 2013 2013-14 Senior Honor Court: (l to r, front) Eli McCranie, Luke Kallschmidt, Hunter Armstrong and Marcus Hamilton; (back) Jamarcus Robertson. 2013-14 TCHS Senior Honor Court: (l to r, front) Dulce Arzate, Annsley Bholman, Morgan Mixon and Dakota Carter; (back) Shania Cobb. 2013-14 TCHS Senior Football Sponsors and Escorts: (l to r) Evan Grambling, Jessica Welch, Chance Rodgers, Kelli Evans, Garrett Massey and Casey Viola. 2013-14 TCHS Junior Honor Court: (l to r) Devin Kidd, Haley Horner, Evan Ward, Hannah Crouse, Ashley Phillips, Rhett Cannon, Niya Lawson and Travis Lago. 2013-14 TCHS Junior Football Sponsors and Escorts: (l to r) Oliver. 2013-14 TCHS Sophomore Honor Court: (l to r) Wyatt Russell, Cassidy Crews, Savannah Catalano, Noah Blanco, Jamesia Strawter and Kenneth Smith. 2013-14 TCHS Freshman Honor Court: (l to r) Kyrese Jones, Destinee Walker, Hannah Rice and Nathan Bennett. 2013-14 TCHS JROTC Royalty and Escorts: (l to r) Cadet Second Lt. Ronald Dillon, Princess Deanna Crowley, Queen Billie Whitehead, Princess Madison Elliott, Cadet First Lt. Zachary Geyer and Cadet Sergeant First Class Mitchell Davis. 2013-14 TCHS Sophomore Football Sponsor 2013-14 TCHS Freshman Football Sponsor Tyanah Kiesha-Leb Foli, left, and Escort Deshaun Knight. TCHS Homecoming Schedule Thursday, Nov. 7, 6 p.m., TCHS gymnatorium Friday, Nov. 8, begins at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, pre-game 6 p.m., kick-o, 7:30 p.m. Dorsett Stadium
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