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Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 10-01-2011
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .9B Living . . . . . . .4B Business . . . . . .7A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .6BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2011 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,OCTOBER 1,2011 VOLUME 58,NO.79 25 CENTS L'Attitudes Film Fest showcases water and lessons we all can learn;Plus Hooray for Hollywood coming to Marathon. 7B Water wings Hurricane swimmers best Dolphins team in Coral Shores meet. 1B Stretch project officially doneThe massive, $330-million construction overhaul of the 18 Mile Stretch the main road for traffic in and out of the Keys is finished, 25 years after being proposed by state transportation officials. The Florida Department of Transportation celebrated the project's completion at a media event held alongside the C-11 canal at mile marker 116 Wednesday morning. State, local and federal dignitaries who spoke at the dedication had one common theme: the once-dangerous highway is now much safer for motorists and the area's wildlife alike. Animals like the threatened American crocodile and the endangered Florida panther can now safely avoid the roadway, using underground culverts to move from the eastern, saltwater marsh side, to the western, freshwater side adjacent to Everglades National Park. Animals are also kept away from the pavement by chain link fencing on both sides of the highway from mile marker 106 in Key Largo to Florida City. But the main purpose behind the project was to significantly reduce the number of people killed every year from head-on collisions. Safer drivingBarbara Culhane, senior environmental project manager for the Florida Department of Transportation, said in an interview that before the project began, there were an average of five to seven fatalities from car accidents on the stretch every year. Some years there were more.So far this year, there have been "zero," said Brian Rick, FDOTspokesman. The drop in accidents is largely attributed to the concrete barrier that separates northbound and southbound traffic for the entire length of the highway. FDOTofficials originally envisioned a four-lane highway to replace the original road, which was one lane in each direction, with no divider. But the proposal was met with strong opposition from environmentalists and Keys elected officials. The finished product is still a mostly two-lane road, with four-lane passing sections northbound and southbound. The passing zones are at mile marker 114.75 to mile marker 115.5, and a 1.4-mile-long zone from mile marker 120.2 to mile marker 121.6, Rick said. The road also has widened shoulders that can be used during hurricane evacuations. "It clearly makes for a much safer and nicer drive down to the Keys," said Monroe County Mayor Heather Curruthers. But the most significant change to the Stretch was theCeremony marks 25 years and $330 million spent on safer highwayBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.com18 MILE STRETCHPhoto by ANDYNEWMAN/MONROECOUNTYTOURIST DEVELOPMENTCOUNCILThe new bridge at Key Largo (bottom) was one of the first legs completed in the $330 road project.Suspension vote draws more fire Members of the Monroe County School Board, meeting next on Oct. 11, will reconsider whether to continue paying a Key Largo School teacher who was suspended after being charged with battery on a 12-year-old student.On Tuesday, the School Board, in a 3-2 vote, went against the recommendation of Superintendent Jesus Jara and decided to continue paying Jose Zepeda, 38, until the conclusion of an internal investigation.This isn't the first time Zepeda has been targeted by law enforcement; on June 27, 2001, according to Miami-Dade County Clerk records, he was arrested on a charge of soliciting prostitution.About a month after that arrest, Zepeda was accepted into a deferred-prosecution program for first-time offenders arrested for lessserious crimes. Miami-Dade prosecutors dropped the charges in October 2001, after he completed the program. Based on a review of his personnel file, Zepeda disclosed that arrest before being hired by the Keys school system in 2006.Also contained in the file is information showing that Zepeda had his state-issued teaching certificate put on a two-year probationary periodSuperintendent to report on investigationBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR SCHOOLS Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYNavy Quartermaster Laura Fonseca shows off the manual steering controls on the bridge of the USS Spruance.' More photos of the Navy's newest missile destroyer. 5AUSS SPRUANCE' City settles Boot Key takings caseMarathon City Manager Roger Hernstadt says the city will concentrate on purchasing land on Boot Key now that a takings lawsuit with one of its three property owners has been resolved. The City Council on Tuesday approved a settlement with Joe Nascone that will pay the Keys Radio Group owner $3 million in lieu of a trial. The agreement was reached at a Sept. 10 mediation hearing. According to the settlement, the city must pay Nascone within 30 days and will be released "from any and all claims asserted or which could have been asserted in this case."Nascone headquarters his business on a 9.57-acre commercial lot on Boot Key and sued the city alleging a land taking after the city refused to pay an estimated $10 million to repair the failing Boot Key Bridge leading to the island. Acity-commissioned 2008 appraisal showed his property is valued at $2.42 million with bridge access and $605,000 without.The state Department of Transportation declared the bridge a hazard and closed it permanently in 2009. The city removed the 364-ton draw span last year. Hernstadt told the Keynoter an insurance policy through the Florida League of Cities will pay $1 million of the set-Lawsuit costs city $3 millionBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON ZEPEDASee Stretch,3ASee Boot Key,3ASee Zepeda,3A Stock Island arrestsFWC officers arrest father and son for illegal lobster, stone crab haul. 2AHistory up closeFlagler railroad artifacts go on display at Key Largo Visitor Center. 8B


After serving 16 months of a nearly 12 year sentence in state prison, Key West jeweler Neil Goldberg was given a second lease on life when a judge on Tuesday resentenced him to 10 years of drug offender probation, with credit for time served.On Dec. 29, 2005, Goldberg plowed into three vacationing college students on scooters waiting at the intersection of Palm Avenue and North Roosevelt Boulevard; he was found guilty on Sept. 29, 2008, of three felony counts of driving under the influence and causing serious injury, he was sentenced to four years probation, 104 days of jail time, community service and $75,000 restitution. Then on Dec. 29, 2009, four years to the day of the crash, Goldberg, now 59, admitted he smoked marijuana, violating his probation. For that transgression, Circuit Court Judge David Audlin in February 2010, sentenced him to 12 years in the state prison system. Following an appeal on grounds that a videotape of the scene following the accident was not admitted, the case was remanded for re-sentencing by Circuit Court Judge Mark Jones. In earlier proceedings, there was disagreement over whether Goldberg stayed in his car after the accident or got out in an attempt to help the victims. "The tape only showed the scene for about two minutes," Chief Assistant Monroe County State Attorney Manny Madruga told the Keynoter "It didn't show him rendering aid; it didn't show him remorseful. Like many things in the world, it was somewhere in between." Jones this week gave Goldberg credit for the 16 months he was already served, and ordered him to 10 years of drug offender probation, including weekly meetings and urinalysis, continued community service, and to pay about $20,000 that he still owes in restitution. Goldberg, who has three young daughters, was the owner of Sunlion Jewelry on Truman Avenue; he was represented by Richard Wunsch. Marathon native William Wagner's three-year run as Marathon Fire Rescue chief ended Friday. Two department captains will temporarily run the department while the city begins searching for a new chief. Wagner's ties to the city were severed on Tueday when the Marathon City Council, clearly displeased with the village of Islamorada's timing, voted unanimously to cut ties with Wagner and immediately begin recruiting a full-time chief of its own. The previous week, the Village Council agreed to share its longtime chief with Marathon for another year, but only after some council members said Marathon was "taking advantage" of the split-job arrangement. Wagner had been heading up both departments since Sept. 23, 2008, when the city of Marathon signed off on an interlocal agreement between the municipalities. They split the cost for Wagner, roughly $88,000 each. That includes salary, benefits, training and other expenses. His compensation had not increased in the three years he ran both departments.Councilman Mike Cinque said he wasn't happy how the Village Council "sprung" the idea of ending the agreement as Marathon was nearing the end of its fiscal year 2011-12 budget preparation."William has done a good job. In reality, the way this thing came up, I was really disappointed in the village of Islamorada," he said. "I personally think we should end the relationship with the village. I think we need a full-time fire chief." Mayor Ginger Snead said the city should have been looking to hire a new chief "six months ago." "I'm slightly disappointed Islamorada waited until two weeks before the agreement was up and put the city and our chief in an uncomfortable position," she said. City Manager Roger Hernstadt told the council he'd prefer to find a new chief rather than continue a tenuous relationship that could be canceled with 30 days notice by either side. "If we do an expedited recruitment, it would be our goal to have someone on board in 45 days, 60 days on the outside," he said. Wagner thanked the city for the opportunity and apologized for the way his agreement was handled in Islamorada. "It's been an enormous challenge to do both these jobs. I have to apologize for letting things get out of hand up in Islamorada," he said. Hernstadt told the Keynoter Wagner's last day with Marathon Fire Rescue will be Friday. He said he's met with the chief, along with Capts. Eric Dunford and Joe Forcine to work on a "continuity plan" while the search takes place. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,October 1,2011 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8977 SUN.8677 MON.8678 TUES.8678 Forecast: Expect partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming:South Beach,Key West.Smathers Beach,Key West.Fort Zachary Taylor State Park,Key West.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes Keys Sunday and the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald. Keynoter mail subscriptions: $59.53 in Florida and $56.16 outof-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail. Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIESKey West mayoral candidate Margaret Romero's sta nce on the Horace O'Bryant school height dispute was incorrectly summarized in Wednesday's Keynoter editorial.Romero called for cu tting the tilt walls to lower t he overall height of the buil ding,not tearing down the structure and starting over.GETTING IT STRAIGHTCONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSWater topics on agendaThe Tavernier Community Association will host Colleen Tagle, Director Customer Service and Public Information for the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6.She will discuss the Aqueduct Authority's free home water quality testing; their Fiscal Year 2012 High Efficiency Toilet retrofit rebate, and the limited but important opportunities for $500 septic-to-nonpotablecistern conversion rebates.Other topics on the agenda: the Aqueduct's financial condition, increased energy efficiency and workforce reduction programs through attrition.She'll also discuss reduced water demand and plans to test the integrity of the transmission line to identify priority weak points for repairs.The meeting will be held at the Masonic Lodge, mile marker 91.8, bayside, one block behind Froggy's gym. For more information, call 852-8722 or email: john hammer@bellsouth.net. A AELLIOTJoanPickfordElliott ,68of Salisburypassedaway September28,2011ather home.Shewasapastresident ofGardenLotsNovaScotia. Joanwasbornin Manchester,EnglandMay11, 1943tothelateLetitiaGlenny PickfordandEdwardPickford. ShewasraisedinEngland, Canada,andtheUnitedStates spendingheradultlifeinthe USA.Shereceivedher bachelorsdegreeandmasters degreefromNova SoutheasternUniversityinFort Lauderdale,FLandbecamea CertifiedPublicAccountant. Joanwasanavidreader, enjoyedcrafts,cooking, campingoutandbeingwith friendsandfamily. Joanissurvivedbyher devotedhusband,PaulMurray ElliottSr.,twodaughters, PamelaAnneHoward,Tracy LynnKillough,four grandchildrenCourtneySmith, A veryHowardGregoryHoyt, andBrandonKilloughwhoshe loveddearly.Sheisalso survivedbylovingandcaring step-childrenandtheirfamilies plusnieces,nephewsand cousins. Amemorialservicewillbe held10AMSaturdayOctober 1,2011atStPaulsEpiscopal ChurchwiththeFatherRick Williams,VicarofStPauls EpiscopalChurch.Memorial maybemadetothecharityof yourchoice.Summersett FuneralHomeisinchargeof arrangements.Online condolencesmaybemadeat www.summersettfuneralhome. com AAELLIOTJoanPickfordElliott ,68of Salisburypassedaway September28,2011ather home.Shewasapastresident ofGardenLotsNovaScotia. Joanwasbornin Manchester,EnglandMay11, 1943tothelateLetitiaGlenny PickfordandEdwardPickford. ShewasraisedinEngland, Canada,andtheUnitedStates spendingheradultlifeinthe USA.Shereceivedher bachelorsdegreeandmasters degreefromNova SoutheasternUniversityinFort Lauderdale,FLandbecamea CertifiedPublicAccountant. Joanwasanavidreader, enjoyedcrafts,cooking, campingoutandbeingwith friendsandfamily. Joanissurvivedbyher devotedhusband,PaulMurray ElliottSr.,twodaughters, PamelaAnneHoward,Tracy LynnKillough,four grandchildrenCourtneySmith, AveryHowardGregoryHoyt, andBrandonKilloughwhoshe loveddearly.Sheisalso survivedbylovingandcaring step-childrenandtheirfamilies plusnieces,nephewsand cousins. Amemorialservicewillbe held10AMSaturdayOctober 1,2011atStPaulsEpiscopal ChurchwiththeFatherRick Williams,VicarofStPauls EpiscopalChurch.Memorial maybemadetothecharityof yourchoice.Summersett FuneralHomeisinchargeof arrangements.Online condolencesmaybemadeat www.summersettfuneralhome. com STANKRonaldStank 71,passed awayyesterdayon9/28/2011 afterabriefillness.Heworked forMonroeCountyPublic Works.Heissurvivedby2 brothers,RichardandThomas Stankand2sisters-in-law, LyndaandSandraStankof Binghamton,NewYork.Hewill begreatlymissedbyfamilyand friends.Hewasalongtime residentofKeysRVParkin Marathon.Serviceandburial willbeinBinghamton,New York. Investigation ongoing in ACE programSunny Booker, director of the Monroe County School District's Academic Connection for Excellence, was reassigned two weeks ago while two other administrators were brought in to overhaul operations at the alternative school she headed.The district's legal team and Chief Internal Auditor Ken Gentile are both investigating Booker and the operations at ACE, although little information regarding the specifics has been made public. Superintendent Jesus Jara acknowledged Booker's reassignment and confirmed that the scope of the investigation included examination of fundraising dollars and how students were awarded credits at the school. "There's a lot of different speculation," Jara said. "That's part of what we're looking into. I really can't comment on it at this point." Jara said that Booker, who is also the district's director of safe and healthy schools, has been reassigned to the district's central office while Carol Eisenman, supervisor of dropout prevention, and Jeff Arnott, adult education coordinator, have replaced her at ACE. Eisenman, in a Friday interview with the Keynoter, said that she and Arnott have been working to "restructure," the ACE program, focusing on ensuring that teachers are certified to award credits in particular areas of instruction, and creating a new schedule."The restructuring has really focused around the academics," she said. "It's a huge master schedule process and when we got here it was a mess. We've had a big turnaround already."ACE, located at the old May Sands School in Key West, serves between 20 and 25 kids, grades six through twelve. Students are referred to the alternative school for a number of ]reasons including: chronically truant or disruptive; transitioning back to school from substance abuse, mental health, or court-ordered facilities; trouble transitioning from middle to high school; or in lieu of expulsion. The four teachers at ACE can cover many subject areas; for classes they can't cover, students use virtual instruction. Eisenman called that set-up "a blended learning environment." "We're in the process of straightening all of that out to ensure we have highly qualified teachers teaching the subjects we have high school students enrolled in," she said.Gentile said he's "looking at some anomalies," but "I can't really talk about it."He did confirm that his waste, fraud and abuse hotline received a referral this week referencing the situation at ACE although, "The hotline is not generating the review."Jara said a district employee originally brought the matter to his attention. "I don't know how bad it is," School Board member Andy Griffiths said. "Hopefully we'll have the wisdom to apply the appropriate measures when all the facts come out."Director reassigned; audit underwayBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR SCHOOLSSearch begins for new chiefUnanimous vote to end contract with WagnerBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMARATHONFWC arrest pair with wrung tailsTwo Stock Island men, a father and son, were arrested Tuesday on charges of possessing more than 100 undersized lobster tails. Rigoberto Morales, 43, and Rigoberto Morales (Jr.), 26, were taken into custody after Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission officers reported the defendants carried a cache of illegal lobster tails off their skiff after it docked in a Stock Island canal. Lt. Roy Payne and Officer Jimmy Johnson "observed the two men exiting their vessel with an orange plastic basket full of wrung crawfish tails and stone-crab claws," an agency spokesman reported. An inventory of the basket counted out 153 wrung lobster tails, of which 106 were below the legal size limit. Six stonecrab claws, taken out of season, also were found. Both men were charged with possession of wrung lobster tails on the water, possession of undersize lobster, and possession of stone-crab claws in a closed season. The younger Morales remained in custody at press time in lieu of a $30,000 bond. Bond information on the father was not available at press time. FWC Officers Seth Wingard, Josh Peters and Bryan Fugate also took part in the arrests.FISHERIES WAGNERAdministration ranks cut by 29 percentThis week members of the Monroe County School Board started to talk strategy in the run up to a 2012 referendum that will ask Keys voters to authorize a $9.8 million transfer of operating dollars from a capital account to their general fund. Residents won't see any change in their tax bills; rather they will be asked to OK the movement of money from a pool designated for brick and mortar outlay, to the account used to conduct daily business, pay salaries and the like. The referendum will come in tandem with the state Republican presidential primary, which as of this week is set for Jan. 31. Board Chairman John Dick, speaking Tuesday at a meeting in the Upper Keys, highlighted how the School District has cut costs and employees over the past four years, since the referendum was last authorized in 2008."We've got to move fast," Dick told the Keynoter detailing a plan to address a large variety of civic and social groups in the coming months."I'll get out there and start pushing the message," he said. "It's just a matter of those you can't get to." "As usual, the Chairman presented a lot of good, thought-provoking information," board member Andy Griffiths said, adding, "And the numbers are accurate."Since the 2007-08 school year, Dick said, the number of administrators has dropped 29 percent from 62 to 44; for instructional staff, those figures are 725 declining to 640, a drop of 11.7 percent. Support staff, not including more than 80 recently outsourced maintenance workers, went from 617 to 494 employees, a reduction of 19.9 percent. Other data, drawn from numbers maintained locally and by the state Department of Education, shows that since the 2006-07 school year, the average teacher in Florida has received raises totaling $427, with a salary fluctuating between $45,296 in 2006 and $45,723 in 2010. Compare that to their Monroe County counterparts who, on average, received $7,023 in raises over that same five year period. These are annual average salaries highest in the state for Florida Keys teachers: $50,775 in 2006-07; $54,083 in 2007-08; $56,272 in 200809; $56,674 in 2009-10; and $57,798 in 2010-11.Dick said that these continued raises contributed to the budget crisis the district worked through this year, prompting sweeping cuts totaling more than $9 million; that's less than the amount that would be lost if voters don't approve the capital transfer."It would be completely down off the cliff," Griffiths said of the budget if the referendum doesn't pass. "It would take us back to the payscale prior to the last referendum. The higher salary people would feel the brunt of any $9.8 million reduction."Board chair outlines tax renewal strategyBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comOUR SCHOOLS DICK Photo courtesy FWCIllegal catch seized by FWC officers shows 153 wrung tails,of which 106 were undersize.Goldberg released after serving 16 monthsIN THE COURTS BOOKERKeynoter StaffStock Island seizure tags 153 tails DUI case had many twists and turns


Overwhelming public support Tuesday led the Marathon City Council to unanimously approve applying for grant funding to help finance a planned zip-line course at Crane Point Hammock & Nature Center. The city is now on the hook for $735,000 in Community Development Block Grant funding through the state Department of Community Affairs to build the $1.1 million course. The state awards $35,000 for each job created that lasts at least a year. Crane Point Operations Manager John Henderson told the council the course plans to hire 21 full-time employees. Zip lines are basically cables strung from platform to platform. Riders attached to them move to each platform through a pulley system. Courses are popular in the Caribbean, Hawaii and other tourist destinations around the globe. Several council members had been concerned about paying back money to the state if the nonprofit's projections are off base. But several speakers noted the exposure is limited and Henderson said Crane Point would secure a line of credit to repay up to four jobs ($140,000). The $750,000 liability "isn't accurate because [the course will] create jobs. Maybe one or two it won't, but only $35,000 per job has to go back," resident Charlotte Quinn said. Realtor Vicky Tashjian is a board member of the Middle Keys advisory committee to the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. She's in charge of advertising for the board. "You're not being asked to support this forever. You're being asked to help with a grant to get them started," she said. Vice Mayor Dick Ramsay said the public has made it clear it supports the course. "I want to do up here what the people of Marathon want me to do. It's pretty obvious listening to input that we're enthusiastic about the project," he said. "I've been assured...that we are looking at a very minimal risk." Councilman Mike Cinque often mentions his vision of Marathon as an eco-tourism destination and said the zipline course would play a large role in that. "Young people, when they come down and see Crane Point and nature at its best, they'll go home and have an appreciation for it. There's a risk in everything we do; Crane Point is so important that it's worth the risk," he said. The course is slated to consist of six zip lines starting at the Cracker House and incorporating the historic Adderley and Crane houses. It would soar over butterfly meadows, mangroves and the Gulf of Mexico at various points. No lines would be fixed to trees, and platforms would include educational information about plant and animal species on the 64-acre property. The hope is for the course to be operational at some point during the first quarter of 2012. construction of a 1.4-milelong, 65-foot-high concrete and steel bridge over Jewfish Creek to replace the old draw bridge, which opened for boat traffic. The bridge took four years to build, beginning in January of 2005 and finishing in July 2009. The road's original drawbridge was built in 1944. The new bridge, at $153.6 million, was the most expensive part of the entire Stretch project. Gustavo Pego, District Six FDOTsecretary, said the new span improves traffic flow since motorists no longer have to wait for marine traffic to pass the open bascule bridge. The new bridge was also built for better traffic flow during hurricane evacuations. Even with the concessions to environmentalists and Keys politicians, the stretch project remained a hot-button issue with some in the Keys right up to when construction began in 2005. Perhaps the best memory most people have of how strongly some people were opposed to the project is when local activist Ron Miller chained himself to the old Jewfish Creek Bridge on July 4, 2004. But state Rep. Ron Saunders, who spoke at Wednesday's dedication, said he always favored the project. As a Keys native, he said he has seen "way too many head-on collisions on this road." The project also included the elimination of a land causeway, built for the Flagler railroad across Lake Surprise. Removing it restored natural water flow to Florida Bay. Pego said another achievement of the project was the ability for traffic to flow with little interruption during such a major construction endeavor. "We had to renovate the kitchen while at the same time we were cooking dinner for our kids," Pego told the roughly 30 people who attended the dedication. Saturday,October 1,2011 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com Lower Keys Property Owners Assn 1668 Bogie Road, Big Pine Key Taoist Tai Chi ClassesOPEN HOUSE Wed., Oct. 5, 6:30 p.m.Introduction„Demonstration„RefreshmentsNEW CLASS Saturday, October 8, 10:00 a.m. Christopher D. Golden, D.M.D.Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,American Dental AssociationBig Pine Key, FL 305-872-4272 www.keysdentist.com"Exceptional Dentistry with an Emphasis on Comfort!" tlement, while the city will cover the remaining $2 million from its own reserves. The council finalized a budget in September that's projected to use $431,643 in reserves and leave the city with $4.39 million, or 45 percent of its $8.8 million operating budget in case of emergency. The settlement will use up nearly half of that $4.39 million. "We'll have to see about replenishing the fund balance through financing," Hernstadt said. But Hernstadt was clear he feels the city made the right decision given the money it will save each yearroughly $100,000-to maintain the bridge, as well as the cost to repair the bridge. "The city absolutely minimized its risk in going forward," he said. Meanwhile, Hernstadt told the Keynoter the city's been awarded nearly $1.53 million through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program. The federal grant would be used to help purchase Boot Key for use as an eco-tourism destination. The city ranked sixth out of 42 applicants nationwide for the grant, which requires matching funds. It will turn to the state land conservation program Florida Forever for that money.Minimizes risk'From Boot Key,1Aby the Florida Department of Education beginning in 2005.In his Monroe County application, Zepeda explains, "Do [sic] to an arrest record I was given a letter of reprimand and suspended for two years."Before coming to the Keys, Zepeda was informed he would not be rehired as a teacher at Orchard Villa Elementary in Miami, "Do [sic] to a legal situation."Zepeda's attorney Howard Sohn and staff at the state Department of Education could not confirm by press time Friday whether the teaching probation and failure to be rehired were based on the solicitation charge.School Board Chairman John Dick, who was against the suspension with pay, said that his colleagues voting in the majority set "a dangerous precedent. Who knows how long we'll be paying this guy?"Board member Andy Griffiths, who was on the winning side of the Tuesday vote, said, "We're not a jury and we're certainly not going to impose a sentence. I think for us to take away his sole source of support is a punishment."Griffiths, Duncan Mathewson and Ron Martin voted for Zepeda to be paid while not working; Dick and Robin Smith-Martin opposed that.On Oct. 11, when the board meets in Key West, Jara is set to present the findings of the internal investigation, presenting board members with an opportunity to reconsider whether he should be paid, or even employed, while the criminal investigation progresses. On Sept. 23, Zepeda entered a written plea of not guilty. Detective Jason Madnick of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office began investigating the allegations on May 11. During the investigation, Zepeda told deputies he had touched the girl "numerous" times, but he denied the contact was sexual in nature or otherwise inappropriate. The school district reassigned Zepeda to a location away from students on Sept. 9, days before the investigation wrapped.Findings expectedFrom Zepeda,1ANew bridge cost $153.6 millionFrom Stretch,1A Reporter photo by DAVIDGOODHUEMonroe County Commissioners David Rice,George Neugent and Sylvia Murphy attendedWednesday's dedication ceremony.Crane Point zip-line gets first green lightCouncil approves applying for $735,000 grantBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON


KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Saturday,October 1,2011 By Jason DelongSTAFF WRITER Clean out your attics, closets and lock boxes, because the As seen on TV,Ž Treasure Hunters Roadshow is coming to Key West Roadshow specialists are in town next week examining your gold and silver, antiques and collectibles. While the Roadshow will accept anything thats old, they will be focusing on: gold and silver coins made before 1970, military items, toys and trains, musical instruments, pocket and wrist watches. Scrap gold is expected to be a popular category this week due to soaring gold prices. Buyers for the roadshow have noticed a tremendous increase in the amount of gold coming to the Roadshow, and for good reason. Record gold prices have Roadshow guests cashing in on broken or outdated jewelry with our fair and honest purchase offers. The Roadshow encourages anyone planning a visit to take a minute and examine their jewelry box or their lock box at the bank and gather anything that is gold. If a guest is not sure if something is gold, bring it in and the Roadshow staff will test it for free. Other gold items of interest include gold coins, gold ounces, gold proof sets and dental gold. Other types of items Roadshow specialists hope to see include vintage guitars. Ryan Krushas, one of the Roadshows instrument specialists, spoke about some of the top guitars getting great offers. Gibsons and Fenders are in big demand right now as are vintage amps,Ž said Krushas. We also buy violins, mandolins, woodwinds, if it plays it pays! Timepiece specialist Jeff Ford adds, Watches are hot! We recently paid over $2,500 for an old Hamilton pocket watch. And we are buying all types of high-end wrist watches too. Brands like Rolex, Tiffany and Chopard are very desirable to collectors. And the finest Swiss timepiece in the world, Patek Philippe, just earned a happy seller $42,000.00Ž When specialist Tom Fuller was asked what he enjoyed most about working at the Roadshow, he was quick to answer, Old coins and paper currency„for as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated with collecting coins. I would go through the change in my parents grocery store, looking for rare dates and errors. Once, I found a silver quarter that I sold for $300. Not bad for an 8 year old.Ž Fuller went on to explain that any U.S. coins made before 1970 are the most sought after by collectors. Coins made before 1965 are 90% silver, and valuable because of either the silver content or even more valuable if one happens to be a rare date. Fuller explained, We help people sort through their coins for unique dates. We buy all types of coins at the Roadshow„from wheat pennies to buffalo nickels, and from single coins to entire truckloads. See you at the Roadshow.Ž HOW IT WORKS CHECK IT OUT!WHOTREASURE HUNTERS ROADSHOWWHATOPEN TO THE PUBLIC TO SELL THEIR ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLESWHERESHERATON SUITES KEY WEST 2001 S. ROOSEVELT BLVD. KEY WEST, FL 33040WHENOCTOBER 3RD 8TH NEXT MON…FRI 9AM…6PM NEXT SATURDAY 9AM…4PMDIRECTIONS 305.292.9800 INFORMATION 217.787.7767 TREASUREHUNTERSROADSHOW.COM WE BUY GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRYCOINS Any and all coins made before 1970: silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. All conditions wanted! GOLD & SILVER PRICES AT 40 YEAR HIGHfor platinum, gold and silver during this event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins, pocket watches, Krugerrands, gold bars, Canadian Maple Leafs, etc. JEWELRY Gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires, all types of stones and metals, rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. (including broken jewelry) all costume jewelry wanted. WRIST & POCKET WATCHES Rolex, Tiffany, Hublot, Omega, Chopard, Cartier, Philippe, Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, Elgin, Bunn Special, Railroad, Illinois, Hamilton, all others. TOYS, TRAINS, DOLLS All makers and types of toys made before 1965: Hot Wheels, Tonka, Buddy L, Smith Miller, Nylint, Robots, Battery Toys, Mickey Mouse, train sets„Marklin, American Flyer, Lionel, Hafner, all other trains (all gauges, accessories, individual cars), Barbie dolls, GI Joe, Shirley Temple, characters, German. MILITARY ITEMS & SWORDS Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, etc: swords, badges, clothes, photos, medals, knives, gear, letters. The older the swords, the better. GUITARS & INSTRUMENTS Fender, Gibson, Martin, Rickenbacker, Gretsch, new and vintage amps, saxophones, wood winds, mandolins and all other musical instruments. WE BUY ALL POCKET AND WRIST WATCHES Got gold? Next week, visitors can cash in on gold and silver jewelry, antiques, collectibles, and all coins prior to 1970 U.S. COINS MADE BEFORE 1970 ARE THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER BY COLLECTORS. COINS MADE BEFORE 1965 ARE 90% SILVER, AND VALUABLE BECAUSE OF EITHER THE SILVER CONTENT OR EVEN MORE VALUABLE IF ONE HAPPENS TO BE A RARE DATE.Ž WHAT WE BUY Above„Roadshow specialist, Mike Delong, sits with a gentleman who is eagerly anticipating the assessment of his collectibles. GOLD & SILVEREXPRESS PASSŽNO WAITING IN LINE ALL JEWELRY ACCEPTED Bring this pass and beat the lines Dont miss your chance of cashing in at these Record High Gold & Silver Prices IS TRADING AT ALL TIME HIGHS NOW IS THE TIME TO CASH IN! ROADSHOW COMES TO KEY WEST NEXT WEEK!


Saturday,October 1,2011 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com 743-7165 Fishermensischanging.Weveadded CommunityŽtoournametosignifythatthis isyourhospital,heretoserveyou,yourfamily, andyourcommunity. Wevegotanewlogo,anewwebsite,anda newattitudethatputscaringandservicerst. ThenewFishermensCommunityHospital knowsthatwhenyouoralovedoneissickor injured,itsamatterofturningtosomeone youtrustforthebestmedicalcare. Wereworkinghardtoearnyourtrust. Youllseeitinourrenewedcommitmentto deliverhighquality,patient-centeredcare, andinourinourskilledanddedicatedhealth careprofessionals.Fishermensoersabroadrangeofessential healthcareservicesforourcommunity„ fromndingtherightphysician,advanced diagnostics,andphysicaltherapy,tooutpatientsurgery,analways-readyemergency department,andanintensivecareunit. Healthcarestartshere. HealthCareStartsHereWhateverhealthcareservicesyouoryourfamilyneed,startat thenewFishermensCommunityHospital.(305)743-5533shermenshospital.orgMM48.7,Marathon Shrouded in red,white and blue,Spruance'weighs in at 9,200 tons and 510 feet.Built at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine,the destroyer is multi-mission capable and carries Tomahawk cruise missiles.Westbrook said the ship can launch the missiles 1,000 miles,accurately hitting a target the size of a single window pane. Spruance' Commander Tate Westbrook discussed how his young crew,with an average age of 25,has had no trouble picking up the advanced, computerized systems that run the state-ofthe-art ship.Behind Westbrook is the East Quay Wall and familiar U.S.Coast Guard vessels,the Cutter Ingham'and Cutter Mohawk,'both museums. Crews have been busy preparing for Saturday's 6:30 p.m.commissioning of the new $1.2 billion U.S. Navy destroyer USS Spruance.'The ceremony will take place on the Navy's Outer Mole Pier. Attendance is limited to ticketed guests and estimates indicate more than 4,000 are expected.Keynoter photos by SEANKINNEYUSS SPRUANCE'COMMISSIONING TODAYThe crew of Spruance'keeps with the longstanding Navy tradition of having the ship's cook shine the ship's bell,which is located in the mess.Crewmembers can have their children baptized in the bell (their names inscribed inside).Security is tight around the Spruance,'with armed guards stationed around the ship and a boat to patrol nearby waters.Fire Controlman 1 (SW) James Giles of Longview,Texas,manned the fore deck on Thursday afternoon.


Opinion & EditorialSaturday,October 1,2011 Florida Keys Keynoter 6A Letters of local interest are welcome,but subject to editing and condensing.There is a 400-word limit.Letters thanking an indiv idual are welcome.Space does not permit publication of thank-you letters consisting of lists.Letters must be signed.Anonymous letters will not be published.Include a daytime phone number (which will not be published) where you may be reached if there are questions about your correspondence. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Melanie Elder . . . . . . . . . . .Marketing Director Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2011 Keynoter Publishing Co. Photo courtesy Florida State Archives Elizabeth Gibbons with her children in a photograph taken sometime in 1910.The Gibbons home was one of severalleft behind when the Florida East Coast Railroad crews left Marathon.Her home was later leased by William A.Parrish, who moved his family to the tiny community in 1927 after he opened a fish house to process commercial catches for northern markets.He and his family lived in that wooden structure from 1927 through 1939.CELEBRATING OUR PAST EDITORIALAttacks demean; wait for factsLETTERS TO THE EDITORBurns not scientificRe: The Sept. 24 letter from Jen Shockley, it is precisely this type of response that all of the research in prescribed burns'suggests against writing, when addressing the legitimate concerns of effected citizens living in a burn area. The government agencies sponsoring this research, advise against such commentary. Calling the citizens who incurred the unintended consequences of this prescribed burn'invectives, does not advance science nor bridge the gap between an individual's authentic concerns and the rationale behind such an activity. It appears that the burn did not go as intended. Perhaps the warning and control systems were inadequate. The weather conditions may not have been properly interpreted or analyzed. Preparatory notice may not have sufficiently attended to the justifiable alarm that some citizens had concerning the risks to life, property and the adjacent habitats. Apparently, deficiencies in leadership triggered a faulty response regarding the confinement of this blaze, along with some confusion and hesitation in how to formulate an effective remedy. Unfortunately, the people in the effective area remain at the mercy of far too many governmental activities and regulatory programs that are outside of their control and political jurisdiction. Aprescribed burn'is by no means a science. Reducing wildland fuel loads' can be accomplished by a plethora of approaches. The least popular method are prescribed burns'. Arecent survey indicated that 85 percent of the citizens in the vicinity of these orchestrated burns are opposed to them. Perhaps Jen Shockley would be more helpful if she took the time to specifically explain the rationale and methodology that supports this activity. Prior to 1990 in the State of Florida (FLStatue Chapter 590.014), burners were required to monitor all fires until they were extinguished. Any unsafe or risky conduct by those igniting the blaze was a serious violation. These malefactors were considered to be criminally negligent and were charged and punished as felons. Bureaucrats never aspire to be brilliant nor magnanimous. It's not their job. The cream never does rise to the top in these types of operations. Paying their salary compounds the matter. John Donnelly Key LargoShoppers want grocery storeWhen is the community going to cut out the politics and let the grocery store open in the Village? I am thrilled with the museum, etc. but the monopoly on groceries and the prices we pay are outrageous. Charlotte Norris IslamoradaHospital staff caresIhave been a Keys resident for 17 years. On five occasions, I have utilized the services of Fishermen's Hospital. Each time has been pleasant, but this last time was outstanding.I would like to thank Winnie and Laura in outpatient services for their empathetic and caring attitude. Dr. Beauchamp and Mary in Operating Room Services were compassionate, understanding and very professional. I thank Dr. Consiglio for his expansive expertise and quick sense of humor. He is a credit to his profession. Also, thank you to Dr. Steven Smith for the referral and the parishioners at San Pablo Catholic Church for their prayers. Bernie Wilhelm MarathonThanks,AmerigasTo the young ladies in the Amerigas office, the office manager and the technicians who were at my house, thanks to them for their prompt and courteous service. It was and is very appreciated. Barbara Ward Grassy KeyResponding to pressure means many victims in handling this teacher suspension caseThe only obvious fact about Jose Zepeda, the Key Largo School teacher who was arrested after a student accused him of inappropriately touching her, is that he is a popular teacher. The Monroe County School District suspended him without pay after he was arrested earlier this month. This is standard procedure whenever a school employee is facing a felony charge. But, as reported this week by staff writer Sean Kinney, three of the five school board members voted Tuesday night to restore Zepeda's salary, against the recommendation of Superintendent Jesus Jara. This was a hasty move that sets a bad precedent, as stated by school board Chairman John Dick, who voted against the move. What is going to happen the next time a school employee is charged with a crime, but he or she is not so popular? As school district attorney Richard Collins said at the meeting, that employee may now be entitled to be both paid and reinstated. The vote was in response to pressure from the dozens of students, teachers and parents who came to the Tuesday night meeting at Coral Shores High School to support Zepeda. His supporters made emotional pleas to both pay him his salary and even to let him teach again. It was encouraging to see current and former students so passionately defend their teacher. But it was equally discouraging to hear several of the speakers assume that the 12-year-old alleged victim was lying. It is just as unfair to presume that a victim of alleged abuse is not telling the truth as it is to be sure that a person arrested by police is automatically guilty of a crime. At this point, we don't know who is telling the truth, but there is no reason to attack the credibility of a little girl who may very well be the victim of inappropriate behavior by someone she trusted. Members of the school board aren't helping matters. Board members let mob pressure cloud their judgment and may very well have discouraged legitimate victims of future abuse from coming forward in the process. We also find it dangerous for school board members, teachers and parents to be so blindly certain that a teacher could not have committed a crime just because he is friendly and good at his job. Zepeda was arraigned this week. Whether he is guilty or not is now up to a court to decide. He should not and will not be tried in this newspaper, just as no one else should presume to know what happened, if anything, between he and his student. But Zepeda's supporters should be careful about what kind of message they are sending victims when they so readily and publicly attack the credibility of his student. Coming forward to report abuse is already very difficult for victims. Adults should know better not to create an environment of fear and retribution, especially when our youngest members of society need our help the most. The Reporter Avian botulism reportedThe worst of the paralyzed birds suffering from avian botulism are the "pancakes," wildife center director Maya Totman describes. "The pancakes'lie helplessly in small pens, weakly moving their wings," said Totman, founder of Florida Keys Wildlife Rescue in the Lower Keys. "These have lost the ability to hold up their heads." Totmam reported this week that a belted kingfisher, a pelican and other shorebirds found in Bahia Honda State Park or along Long Beach Road have symptoms of avian botulism. "Avian botulism at the Florida Keys seems to have become an annual occurrence," Totman said. "This year's outbreak is ...earlier than usual." "We need [the public's] help to watch out for these birds, if you are on the boat or walking shorelines," Totman said. Staff at the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center in Key Largo and the Key West Wild Bird Center said they have not encountered botulism cases in recent months. "We would expect to see a few botulism cases after a high wind or rain even that stirs up the muck and mud," said Peggy Coontz, director of animal care at the Key West Wild Bird Center. "The worst botulism lives in the mud and doesn't get any oxygen," Coontz said. "When heavy rains stir the muds up, it's available for the birds to ingest." If introduced into a bird's system, the bacteria produces a toxin that can paralyze the animal. It can be fatal, especially if the bird goes untreated."Sometimes a bird comes in almost completely dehabilitated to where it can't even blink," Coontz said. "If you start the anti-toxin and take other measures to detoxify the bird, sometimes it makes what seems like a miracle cure."Other times, the animal is too far gone."Caught early enough, the pelicans, herons and other rescued birds have a high recovery rate with around-the-clock care by volunteers," Totman said. "Asurprising number of these birds recover." "Supportive care includes liquid diet and daily massages to stimulate inactive muscles and nerves," she said.Not all birds are completely paralyzed when brought in, she said. Some can stand but not fly. Ones called "belly birds" cannot stand but can lift their heads. Avian botulism cannot spread to humans or other animals, Totman said. "We haven't seen any botulism problems in a while," said Joan Scholz, executive director the Wild Bird Center in Key Largo. "It's not uncommon to see botulism here, and we may get more as the winter migration starts," she said.Untreated birds suffering from botulism almost certainly will perish from the disease, or from predation by other animals, Totman said.The Lower Keys center can be reached at (305) 872-1982.LOWER KEYS Maya Totman works to save a belted kingfisher at her Big Pine centerBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comKey Largo musician, sanctuary official found dead at 56Paul Moen, 56, a former Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary regional manager who retired to a life as a local entertainer, died Wednesday. Moen headed the Upper Keys office for the Keys Sanctuary from 1994-98 as a member of the Officer Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He left the sanctuary post to take command of the "Ferrel," a 133-foot NOAAresearch vessel. While on a 1998 research mission near Carysfort Reef, Moen assisted in the rescue of a sailboat at risk of sinking in high seas. Moen retired from the NOAAOfficer Corps in 2003. A longtime musician, he returned to Key Largo and began performing at Sharkey's Pub and other local venues. He played his guitar at many local events, including the Key Largo Singers and Songwriters Festival, the Barley Bay Festival, and St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Key Largo. Moen apparently died while seated outside a Key Largo establishment. No cause of death has been determined. Arrangements were pending at press time.OBITUARY MOEN


Saturday,October 1,2011 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com I JUST SOLD this 4BR/3BAwaterfront home on beautiful Duck Key! For all your real estate needs, call me today! 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Marcy ReedREALTOR¨(305) 289-6505 172 S. Indies Drive Duck Key Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling office, AddressListedSoldlistedListing agentSelling agentBig Coppitt 520 Avenue A$279,000$251,000335Preferred Properties, Laura McChesneyPreferred Properties, Louanna Williams 55 Boca Chica Rd$130,000$110,000380Coldwell Banker Schmitt S. WashburnNon-Member Office Big Pine Key 31315 Avenue B$35,000$22,500158Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Abby OglesbeeColdwell Banker Schmitt, Abby OglesbeeCudjoe Key 774 Sawyer Dr$799,000$630,000937Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Diane CorlissColdwell Banker Schmitt, Samuel Williams 1136 Hakluyt Ln$1,899,000$1,790,000184Internet Realty, Gregory MaclarenColdwell Banker Schmitt, Kathy RoseKey Largo 219 Lance Ln$69,000$50,00041Century 21 Schwartz, Linda PerloffCentury 21 Schwartz, Linda Perloff 500 Burton Dr$304,900$284,00093Marr Properties, Tom RodriguezMarr Properties, Tom Rodriguez 96000 Overseas Hwy$395,000$330,000257Buttonwood Realty, Antonio HernandezButtonwood Realty, Antonio HernandezKey West 1421 Eliza St$360,500$385,00078Preferred Properties, Daniel SkahenRealty Executives, Karen Taporowski 3385 Northside Dr$229,000$218,000165RE/MAX Southernmost, James HoganSchwartz Property, Jimmy Lane 807 Washington St$649,000$630,00030Truman & Co., Suzanne Moore Truman & Co., Lynn Kaufelt 1321 20th St$279,900$243,500209Key West Real Estate, Richard RobinsonAt Home in Key West, Robert Fontaine 3930 Roosevelt Blvd$229,000$215,00036Coldwell Banker Schmitt, V. Musmanno IIRealty Executives, Karen Taporowski 1517 Washington St$425,000$390,00090Preferred Properties, Laura McChesneyDoug Mayberry, Sabrina Acevedo 915 Eisenhower Dr$374,960$335,000330Sellstate Island, Karen ChesleyKey West Vacation, Jaime CaballeroLittle Torch Key 0 Diane St$139,000$125,0002228Internet Realty, Gregory MaclarenCentury 21 Schwartz, Sandra TuttleLong Key 104 Buttonwood Ln$300,000$300,0001042Coldwell Banker Schmitt, E. ZimmermanColdwell Banker Schmitt, Marcie WammackMarathon 11 Tranquility Way$279,000$260,000112RE/MAX, Team/ WilkinsonShoreline Properties, Karol Marsden 11065 5th Ave$425,000$425,000277Coldwell Banker Schmitt, F. CarricaburuMarathon Vacation.com, Debbie Odom 6099 Overseas Hwy$110,000$70,00092SBX, Regina NordExit Realty, Tobe CreedRamrod Key 27315 Guadaloupe Ln$54,500$60,000111Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Banks PrevattColdwell Banker Schmitt, Banks PrevattSugarloaf Key 80 South Point Dr$149,000$100,000162Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Rick LivelySchwartz Property, Jimmy LaneSummerland Key 1331 Hudgins Ln$374,900$340,000117Keller Williams, Matthew BlalockColdwell Banker Schmitt, Diane Corliss MARKETPLACE Recent Real Estate SalesBased on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period Sept. 18 through Sept. 24. Vacation homes help drive marketNearly one in four Florida homes sold last year went to an international buyer, according to a report by the National Association of Realtors. The report found that South Florida was a top destination for foreign buyers, who accounted for nearly 25 percent of all home sales statewide. Nationally, non-U.S. residents made up only about 3 percent of sales. Foreign buyers spent more than $12 billion on Florida real estate in 2010. Half of the international buyers planned to use the home as a vacation home, the report found, while 21 percent planned to use it as an investment property. Four out of five used all cash for the purchase. South Florida was the most popular destination in the state for buyers from Latin America and Western Europe. The Miami HeraldForeign buyers fuel Florida property salesREAL ESTATE Business Keynoter Photo by Ryan McCarthyFishermen's Community Hospital unveiled its new name Wednesday as hospital officials,staff and business leaders gathered to celebrate at the front entry.The Marathon Hospital,located near mile marker 49,oceanside,first opened in 1962. The new logo began appearing this week,along with a new website which launched Sept.30.NEW NAME,NEW LOGO CAUGHT YOU BUSINESS BRIEFSLower Keys Medical Center announces awardsLower Keys Medical Center's staff recognition and rewards program, called "Getting 2 Great," has three honorees: Bobi Perloff, with more than 20 years of service, works in the Health Information Management Department. Kevin Lawson, RN, works in the Emergency Services Department. He's logged more than seven years with the hospital. Jo Johnson, who works in the Diagnostic Imaging Department, has served six years. Her commendation notes: "She demonstrates that patients are her number one priority and she goes out of her way to accommodate them." Apatient said Lawson's "caring and compassionate manner" makes him a "memorable" member of the emergency room team. And Perloff "selflessly filled in for another associate who was scheduled for a well-deserved vacation." The lure won over judges for this Tinsley Advertising print ad campaign,which was awarded a top prize in statewide competition.The Tourism Development Council also won three Flagler Awards,which were presented at the Florida Governor's Conference on Tourism,held Monday. Hock joins SothebyJenna Hock, who spent 10 years as an appraiser in the Florida Keys, has joined Ocean Sotheby's International Realty in Islamorada as a sales agent. Born in Michigan, Jenna moved to the Florida Keys to pursue her career after studying at UCLA. She's added additional accreditations while continuing to run her real estate appraisal business. Coldwell agents honoredSeveral Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Company (CBSREC) sales associates have achieved milestone anniversaries. Arline Wallace, Marathon, celebrates 22 years with Coldwell Banker Schmitt. She chairs the company's Charitable Foundation and has been integral to its record accomplishments since it was founded in 2002. Curt Barlow, Key Largo, achieved his 11th anniversary; Donna Mullins, Key West, marked her 8th year; Marsha Martin, Middle Keys, seven years; Kip Hoover, Key Largo, six years; Lizette Miller, Islamorada office, five years, and Sean Farrer, Key West, is celebrating his 4th year with the company. "We take pride in acknowledging Arline Wallace's generous and thoughtful administration of the Charitable Foundation, and her leadership of its suicide prevention initiative," Brian Schmitt, president and broker, said. Coldwell Banker Schmitt is the oldest and largest real estate company in The Florida Keys. Public Meetings Scheduled by and with the City of Marathon forOctober2011City Council City Manager GingerSnead, MayorRogerHernstadt Dick Ramsay, Vice MayorCity Attorneys Richard Keating CouncilmemberStearns WeaverMiller Mike Cinque, CouncilmemberWeisslerAlhadeff Pete Worthington, Councilmember& Sitterson, PA CITYOFMARATHONPublished Keynoter 10/1/11Please note that more than one Marathon City Council/Board/Committee membermay participate in the meetings listed.SUBJECT : DA TE: TIME: LOCA TION: Community Image Advisory Board10/06/115:15pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. Nearshore Waters Committee Meeting10/06/116:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. City Hall Closed (Columbus Day)10/10/11 City Council/Staff Agenda10/11/1110:00amMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. City Council Meeting10/11/115:30pmMarathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy. Parks & Recreation Meeting10/13/116:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. To view the full City of Marathon calendarplease visit ourwebsite: www.ci.marathon.fl.usPursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respec t to any matter considered at any meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purposes he or sh e 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. The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a disabled person requiring specia l accommodations or assistance, please notify the City Clerk at (305) 289-5020 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance. 9/28/11 dc OCT OBER Tax TalkFactsTag TalkFROMTHE TAX COLLECTOR We are preparing the 2011 Tax Roll. Tax bills will be mailed out October 31, 2011. 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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8A Saturday,October 1,2011 SPRUANCE Commissioning Committee NAVY LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES Serving the Sea Services since 1902 Key West Council Barbara Anderson Candida Andriole Bud Brewer Preston Brewer Tim Cunningham Ronald A. Demes Trice Denny John Dolan-Heitlinger Donna & Darrell Dye LT John "Stormy" Fairweather Jim Fitton Kelly D. Fowler Gidget Johns Joseph Mather Capt. James E. Scholl, USN (Ret) Donie Lee Cynthia McCausland Richard McCausland Dave Miavez Kehaulani V. Murray Jerome W. Nelinson Tina Prescott Dan Probert James C. Reynolds Stanley T. Rzad Leonard E. Salazar Robin Smith 963 Liaison Greg Sullivan Cassandra Elizabeth Toppino Frank Toppino Cris Waite-Morgan Carolyn R. WilliamsIn front of a spectacular Key West sunset, the Navy's newest Aegis Guided Missile Destroyer USS Spruance (DDG-111) will be commissioned here in Key West on Saturday, 1 October 2011. Because of the generous support of our contributors we were able to give the ship and crew a truly memorable commissioning week. We believe that our small city has shown itself at its best, providing an outstanding celebration for the crew, their families, our contributors, and our community. CAPTAIN Peter and Deborah Batty Bud Brewer / Preston Brewer Broward Navy Days Inc. Ronald A. and Mary F. Demes Carlos and Pattie Dominguez Darrell and Donna Dye Capt. and Mrs. Jerome F. Hamel, USNR Edward B. Knight Richard and Cynthia McCausland US Navy League Ft. Lauderdale Council, Inc. Jerome W. Nelinson Padget Fund Jennifer and Bill Pence Mark and Patricia Rauch Dan Probert Virginia W. Probert Jim and Jolynn Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. F. Blaine Rineer Sunrise Rotary Club of Key West Stanley T. and Karon M. Rzad Capt. and Mrs. James K. Scholl Gordon and Carolyn Williams Chris Wochaski Daniel D. Wochaski CityView Trolley Tours Historic Tours of America Keynoter / KeysNet.com Tom Oosterhoudt, Conch Color COMMANDER BecTech, Inc. Broward County Council Navy League Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Co. Dr. Denny Howley Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2436 Warren Johnson Gail E. Kenson and Jolene S. Wilson Propeller Club-Port of Key West Propeller Club S.E. Region Dr. Bradley and Rene Makimaa Law Offices of Donald E. Yates, PA Carlie A. Zaroff Sassy Black La-Te-Da The Upper Duval Business District Joy Gallery Sweet Tea's Tropic Cinema CHIEF YNC Gerald Bolduc, USNR (Ret.) William Bratton Historic Cigar Alley Law Offices of David W. Crane, PA Gayle E.and John D. Echols Capt. and Mrs. James S. Little Joseph W. Mather / Leonard Whitley Elizabeth K. and Randal S. McDonald Key West Military Affairs Committee Charlie and Fran Miller Mrs. Eileen M. Nolte F. and E. Samaha Southernmost Coconut Castaways Southernmost VFW Post 3911 Key West Woman's Club Dr. Susanne Woods and Dr. Anne Shaver Michael Nellums Ricks & Durty Harry's Entertainment ComplexADMIRAL USS JASON DUNHAM (DDG 109) Commissioning Committee C. A. (Chuck) Black, Chairman Humana Military Healthcare Svcs. Lockheed Martin Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel Spottswood Hotels, Inc. Mission Solutions LLC Northrop Grumman Information Systems Waste Management Inc. of Florida VICE ADMIRAL BAE Systems Chromalloy GE Aviation General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Gidget Johns Keys Federal Credit Union Raytheon Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems Admiral Bob Natter, USN (Ret.) David Harrison Wright REAR ADMIRAL Luis E. and Ana A. Cobo Gerald and Marina Mosher Northrop Grumman Systems Marine Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems Cheney Brothers, Inc. Fausto's Food Palace The Key West CitizenCREW Stephen Aube Patricia C. Ayers Barrett Printing & Promotional Products Donald C. Barrett Sandra Carlile and Joan E. Higgs Captain Tim Cunningham Annice Curry John and Eileen Dolan-Heitlinger Linda S. and Philip L. Dunmire Dynalec Corporation Linda and John Eicher Carolyn Blackwell Kerry L. and Sandra J. Highsmith Historic Markers, Incorporated David Ingley Joe McCanless William McCanless Cris and Gary Morgan Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Robert and Laura Oldham Diane C. Rodger Jane Rohrschneider Leonard E. Salazar William A. Sanders III Walter and Joanna Schmida Seafarer's International Union Kerry and Diane Shelby Robin T. and Ranae J. Smith Pam and Rick Stevens Lena Warner Kenneth Wells & Co. San Diego Council, US Navy League Harry L. & Mary E. Sawyer, Jr. Albertsons Supermarkets Publix Supermarkets Florida Keys Aquaduct Authority Cassandra Toppino Gourmet Nibbles and Baskets Conch Republic Biplanes Cabanas Printing Inc.SPRUANCE Commissioning Committee


Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,OCTOBER 1,2011 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 9B Tackle white fly Free workshops target white fly infestation in the Keys.Story 5B Dive right in Ocean Conservancy cleanup targets Thunderbolt wreck site.Story 3B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Hurricanes best times beat Dolphins in meetCoral Shores swimmers cheered this week when told they could choose their own events for Wednesday's home meet. Then co-coach Jon Olsen told them about the hat. "I wrote all the events on little slips of paper and everybody had to draw two slips out of a hat," Olsen said. "That's what they swam." Coral Shores still won a boys dual meet against Marathon High School, 14077; and both girls dual meets against Marathon, 109-63; and Carrollton, 89-85. "It got our swimmers out of their comfort zones. Some have been stuck in kind of a rut," Olsen. "Now a lot of them have tried something they've never done before and they don't get to blame me for picking their races." Hurricane boys each winning two individual events were Luis Santiesteban (50yard freestyle, 100 butterfly) and Evan Zekthi (200 medley, 100 breaststroke). On the girls side, Coral Shores freshman Kelsea Volland won two, the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. Coaches Mhyria Miller and Olsen "were real proud of everybody's effort, for the most part," Olsen said. "We still had some great swims and good times." Brothers Nick and Nate Gasser, first-year swimmers, both drew their nightmare event the 100 butterfly. "They were dying inside,"Marathon wins boys 400 relay, CS takes 200SWIMMINGBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Coral Shores swimmer Luis Santiesteban (top) flies toward a win in the men's 100-yard butterfly race at a Wednesday meet with Marathon High School.The junior also won the 50 freestyle at the meet,held at Founders Park in Islamorada. A diver (right) at Wednesday's girls tri-meet with Coral Shores, Carrollton and Marathon High School shows her form off the 1-meter board at Founders Park in Islamorada.See Swimming,2BNaples play overpowersThe Key West High volleyball team got yet another taste of great competition at a tournament last Saturday at Bishop Verot High School in Naples. The Conchs lost four matches and, in a matter of hours, saw their season record drop to 4-11. Key West lost to Charlotte, 25-9, 25-20, to Pope John Paul, 25-19, 2522, to Barron Collier, 25-9, 25-20, and to Verot, which won the tourney, 25-20, 2518. "All the teams were excellent, better than any team we've seen this year, including Venice," said coach Jessy Hulme. "Everyone of those girls play club ball and this was a club-style tournament." Hulme went on: "I didn't expect to come home winning any of the matches. But rather wanted to show my girls how competitive we are, despite missing out on club. If we can hang with those teams, we can beat every team we play out of Miami. The teams we played [in Naples] did not compare to any team in our district they were at a completely different level." Later Saturday, the Conchs attended a match between Florida Gulf Coast University and visiting Northern Florida. "Afterward, we met the players and the coach," Hulme said. "I particularly wanted the coach to meet Olha she could play at that level." She was referring to the Conchs'best player, Olha Morekhodova, the senior transfer from Argentina. Hulme came home with a cold. "I need to take care of myself so I am not sick for my wedding, which is in 11 days," she said Tuesday. "What crazyConchs next play St.Brendan at home FridayVOLLEYBALL Photo by BERTBUDDEOlha Morekhodova,the senior transfer from Argentina, has emerged as Conch's best vollyball power player.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorSee Vollyball,2B1-second shy of breaking recordKey West High senior Dora DeMaria came within a second of the school's 100yard breaststroke record Wednesday at the Tamiami Park pool in Miami. Swimming to a firstplace finish against Lourdes and Doral Academy, DeMaria touched the wall in 1 minute 13 seconds. The record of 1:14 is held by Liza Davia. DeMaria's performance was one of the highlights for the Conch girls team, which defeated Lourdes, 103-96, and lost to Doral, 140-64, in a double dual meet. Junior Devin Osterhoudt was first in the 50 freestyle in a personal-best 28.59 seconds. She and DeMaria were also on the winning 200 free relay team with Hanna Valek and Shannon Brown. The Conch boys, which lost in a double dual meet to Belen Jesuit, 153-35, and to Doral, 130-78, were led by senior Vincent Wassylenko, who had personal bests in the 500 free (6:18) and the 100 backstroke (1:13). "He dropped four seconds in the backstroke," said coach Lori Bosco. A.J. Hally was second in the 100 breast in a personalbest 1:13.14, and was second behind Doral in the 100 free. Claudio Rodriguez, swimming the 100 butterfly for the first time, was fifth in 1:09.81; freshman Chris Bujak was fourth in both the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly, and Ben Walker and Hanry Fairbanks were fifth and sixth, respectively, in the 200 free.Golf Conchs winThe Key West golf team shot 155 Thursday afternoon at the Biltmore Hotel course in Miami, defeating LaSalle High by 23 strokes. Evan DeRoche led the Conchs with a 34, followed by Nick Patrocky (37), A.J. Davila (40) and Trevor Pike (44). Scott Brown (58) and Tommy Fricke (59) also played. "The boys are getting much better," said coach George Twyman, whose team will play LaSalle again next Saturday morning at 11 at the Key West Golf Club.KW senior DeMaria wins first placeSWIMMINGBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter Contributor Team finishes close secondThe Marathon High School golf team finished second in a three-team match Tuesday on what coach Kevin Freeman said was the "hardest course this group ever played on." The Dolphins'186 was just four strokes shy of winner Terra High School's 182, and 11 shots clear of Coral Gables High School's 197. The match was played at Miccosukee Golf & Country Club in Miami. It features three nine-hole courses. "There was tons of water, lot of blind shots and two really long par-5s," he said. Kyle Pierce led the Dolphins with a 41 over nine holes. He was followed by Sean Roussin (46), Ariel Rodriguez (47) and Kevin McKeon (52). Freeman said Pierce was on the way to his best ever round Tuesday, shooting even par through five holes with a birdie on the first par 5. But he landed on the water on the second par 5 and ended carding a quadruple bogey. Freeman said Roussin and Rodriguez played solidly on the difficult course. "That was [Rodriguez's] lowest nine-hole score in his career. He's coming around," he said. "And [Roussin] has done well two matches in a row." Before the year started, this young group of golfers had never shot under 200 collectively in a meet. The top four golfers'scores count toward the total. But the Dolphins have consistently been shooting between 180 and 190 in recent meets. "We've yet to have all four guys shoot in the 40s," Freeman said. "Considering it's the first time we played this course we did pretty well on it." The Dolphins are scheduled to visit Miami Country Day at the La Gorce Country Club in Miami Beach Tuesday at 4 p.m. The team's final regular season match is at home against LaSalle High School on Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. Dolphins next play La Gorce in Miami BeachGOLFBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comKeynoter Photos By KEVIN WADLOW


KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,October 1,2011 10TH ANNUALCASTING FOR CATSBene“ting Caring for Cats ClinicKick-Off party Friday Oct. 14, 2011 6-9PM Islander Resort Fishing all day Saturday Oct. 15thCallSharon to register 305-664-2012 OPENTOTHE PUBLICSaturday Oct.15 starting at 11AM Litter Box Dig and Silent Auction PLUS, enter to win …2 Bicycles ($1400 value) from Backcountry Cowboy Out“tters! AndNEW this year 1st Annual Island Store Festival 11AM … 4PMShop for local bargains from local stores all in ONE place! Call Margie for booth space 305-393-1333 Olsen said, "but they gave a great effort, which was the point." An improving Marathon swim team scored three event wins, with Marjorie Woodbury having a hand in two. Woodbury won the girls 100 free, and swam in the Lady Dolphin 200-free relay win. Marathon won the boys 400 free relay with Duncan McCarthy, Aaron Grube, Collin Marrs and Will Wolfe. Island Christian School was represented by its lone swimmer, Raul Cisneros, who won the boys 500 free in 5:31, more than a minute in front of the second-place finisher. Cisneros also scored a fourth in the 50 free. Coral Shores girls recorded a win in the 200 medley (Kelsea Volland, Katie Fry, Katherine Hamer, Raisa Santiesteban), and scored with a host of second-place spots. The Hurricane boys won the 200 medley (Garrett Munshower, Michael Daniel, A.J. Hamer, Luis Santiesteban); 200 freestyle, Luke Miller; 100 free, Munshower; 200 free relay (Davis Zekthi, E. Zekthi, Miller, Nate Gasser); and 100 backstroke, A.J. Hamer. Coral Shores travels Wednesday to the Woodson Invitational Meet, a Fort Lauderdale event attracting some of the top pool programs in Florida.Gave great efforts'From Swimming,1B coach gets married during volleyball season?" The Conchs played host to Marathon late Tuesday, a match completed too late for today's paper. They will play a district game at 5 p.m. Friday at St. Brendan before returning to face another district foe, Coral Shores, at 6:30 p.m. next Tuesday at the Bobby Menendez Gym.Play TuesdayFrom Vollyball,1BCeja finishes strong at Palmer TrinityApair of top-10 finishes by eighth-grader Gaby Ceja was the highlight of two Marathon High School crosscountry meets this week. Ceja finished 10th overall in a six-team meet at Dade Christian School Tuesday before taking fifth place in a three-team meet hosted Wednesday by Palmer Trinity School. The girls took fifth place at Dade Christian Tuesday with a score of 126, while the boys team finished sixth with 147. "Dade finishes the last quarter-mile on the track. It's always fun there because the last you see the race and there's a lot of close finishes. Runners can catch up faster on the track," coach Jim Murphy said. Ceja's 10th place finish was the best overall result for any Dolphins. She was followed on the girls side by Takara McKnight in 26th place (31:32), Elizabeth Kyle in 29th (33:06), Savannah Phythian 30th (33:27) and Yana Byazrova 31st (33:40). Riley Durkin posted the top boys finish at 15th place overall in 24:08. Ricky Ceja finished in the same group and took 20th place with the same 24:08 time. Spencer Peteck took 32nd in 27:30, while Lucas Ponzoa was 35th (29:01) and Michael Goheen was 45th (32:31). At Palmer Wednesday, the Dolphins got a chance to run on the same course where the district championship meet will be held next month. "They had the course the same it will be then. They have more of a traditional cross-country course, [with hills] and you're running in grass and on wooded paths," Murphy said. The girls team took second place with a score of 54, while the boys were third with 58. Ceja's fifth place overall in 28:39 led the girls team. She was followed by McKnight in eighth place (31:40), Kyle in 11th (33:05), Byazrova in 14th (36:22) and Phythian in 16th (36:44). Ricky Ceja took fifth overall in the boys race in 23:10, while Durkin was eighth (24:09), Joey Gonzalez 13th (26:17), Peteck 15th (28:09) and Ponzoa 17th (29:10). "Ricky improved his time by almost a minute on a tougher course at Palmer, and Joey Gonzalez is still running strong even though he's playing football and running cross country," coach Murphy said. The Dolphins are scheduled to host their first home meet of the season Tuesday against Westwood Christian and Island Christian schools. The meet is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Sombrero Country Club.Dolphin girls take 2nd place; boys in 3rdCROSSCOUNTRYBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com CITYOF MARATHON, FLORIDA9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050 Phone: (305) 743-0033 CITY OF MARA THON, FLORIDA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN that the City Council of the City of Marathon will hold Public Hearings on October11thand 25thof 2011 at 5:30 pm or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Monroe County Government Center, 2798 Overseas Highway Marathon, Florida. The purpose of the public hearing is to consider adoption of the ordinances below. Interested parties may appear at the hearing and be heard with respect to the following proposed items AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITYOFMARATHON, FLORIDA,AMENDING CHAPTERS 24 AND 34 OFTHE CODE OFORDINANCESOFTHE CITYOFMARATHON, FLORIDAREGARDING WASTEWATER ASSESSMENTAPPEALS AND UTILITYSERVICE RULES AND REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEALOFALL CODE PROVISIONS AND ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITYCOUNCILOFTHE CITYOF MARATHON, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR NON-BINDING STRAW BALLOTMEASURES TO BE PRESENTED TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITYASKING WHETHER OR NOTTHE MONROE COUNTY BOARD OFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS SHOULD ACTIVELY PURSUE DAILYCOMMERCIALAIRLINE SERVICES ATTHE MARATHON FLORIDAKEYS AIRPORT; PROVIDING REQUISITE BALLOTLANGUAGE FOR SUBMISSION TO THE ELECTORS; PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OFELECTION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATEAN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITYCOUNCILOFTHE CITYOFMARATHON, FLORIDA,AMENDING THE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE FUNDING OFNON-PROFITAGENCIES; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATEThe above ordinances can be inspected at City Hall, located at 9805 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida, during normal business hours. Interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing or provide written comments on the proposed ordinance to the City Clerk. The City Council may continue or defer the hearing to a new date and time certain without further notice provided the date and time of the continuance or deferral is announced at the Public Hearing. Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at any the meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purposes he or she 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. Individuals with disabilities requiring special accommodations or assistance should call the City Clerk at City Hall (305) 289-5020 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance.Published Keynoter 10/1/11 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Patti Nickless, CRS, SFRBrokerAssociate(305) 304-6949Patti@BestKeysAgent.com 1193 De Lussan Ln. Cudjoe Key Scan to View Visual Tours Are you ready to SELL? OrBUYa piece of Keys Paradise?Call Patti Nickless your Lower Keys Specialist with 24 properties SOLD to date in 2011 & 8 contracts PENDING. I can help YOU, too! www .BestKeysAgent.com Congratulations to the Sellers of this Cudjoe Key lot! Hialeah Gardens ducks Saturday game against Key West ConchsThe Key West High School football team, which hasn't played in two weeks, was looking to extend its twogame winning streak today in a rare Saturday afternoon game at Hialeah Gardens. It's not going to happen. Hialeah Gardens called Conch coach Jerry Hughes on Thursday afternoon and told him not to bother to come. "Their coach said they've only got 17 players and the quarterback quit," Hughes said. "And some of their kids have concussions." Hialeah Gardens, where more kids go out for soccer than for football, has indeed been taking some hard knocks. Winless, the Gladiators have lost games by scores of 55-0 (Miami Beach), 48-7 (Westland Hialeah), 54-0 (Southwest) and 64-0 (Coral Reef). They are ranked 509th in the state Key West is 176th in Maxpreps'computerized ratings. Hughes was perturbed by the cancellation, though it didn't surprise him "This is just the beginning this is what's going to happen with Key West sports until we get into a district with six or seven teams. The state says that district games have to be played." The Conchs are in a three-team district with Miami powers Norland and Jackson, and need to defeat one of them to make the state playoffs. They will play Jackson at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Traz Powell Stadium in Miami. Key West (2-1) hasn't played since Sept. 16, when it defeated West Broward, 42-6. "I feel bad for our seniors, who need games to go on to the next level," Hughes said. "Plus, our kids haven't traveled this season, and we wanted to get them in another atmosphere." So on Thursday afternoon, instead of making final preparations for Hialeah Gardens, the Conchs lifted weights and were then sent home.District gets some blame for scheduleFOOTBALLBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorLady Eagles suffer first lossIsland Christian's Lady Eagles suffered their first loss of the volleyball season Tuesday, but remain the leaders in their district. Princeton Christian, a longtime sports rival of ICS, pulled out a two-point win, 17-15, in the fifth-game tiebreaker to escape with the decision. The Eagles (6-1) stormed back from a two-game deficit (14-25, 25-27) to win the third and fourth games (25-17, 25-14) before falling in the extra game. "It truly was a heartbreaking loss for the girls and me," ICS coach Sheryl Yost said. "They rallied back, and in matches like that, it's sad to see any team lose." Jessie Ledwith's eight serving points were the Eagles'highlight in the sluggish first-game loss. Ledwith played a strong defensive game and served 10 points during the fourthgame win. Andrea Scott had one of her best matches in the nondistrict loss with 20 serving points in two games, and a good game on the floor. The Eagles, now 6-0 in District 16-A, scored a hardfought decision over Calusa Prep, 25-12, 27-25, 21-25, 25-15, Sept. 24 in Islamorada. Calusa's Lady Colts have emerged as "our strongest competition in our district," Yost said. "It truly was a fun match to watch. Our girls rose to the challenge and played their hearts out." After Calusa stayed alive with a third-game win, Jessie Ledwith served 11 points in the fourth game including a 9-point string to give the Eagles a decisive win. Abbey Lindholm nailed a team-high nine kill shots in the team's fifth victory. Lauren Montagne served seven points in the second game, and anchored the Eagle defense with Jenn Zemmel. Cailin Reckwerdt and Kaylyn Wyatt reliably shared setting duties, Yost said. The Lady Eagles extended their new win streak Thursday, beating Redland Christian Academy in three straight games 25-13, 25-14, 25-4. Montagne served 11 points in the first game, and 10 morepts in the third. Andrea Scott made three kills and had eight serving points in the middle game.But maintain district lead at 6-0 in 16AKeynoter StaffVOLLEYBALL


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CANES JV TOP DOLPHINSKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores junior-varsity runner George Jacobsen (15) follows his line blocking and looks for yardage against the Marathon High School JV in Wednesday's 40-0 win by the Hurricanes (2-1) in Tavernier.In addition to a touchdown run by Jacobsen,Coral Shores JV quarterback Brian Cash threw touchdowns to Pablo Mollineda and Bobby Griffin. Mollineda also scored on a 45-yard punt return. Hurricane runners top Florida Christian teamCoral Shores cross-country runners won both girls and boys meets against Florida Christian in a Tuesday meet in Key Largo. The Cane boys took the top three overall spots, with medalist Steven Chadwick running a 20:28 time for the 3.1-mile course at John Pennekamp Coral Reef Pablo Gonzalez (20:49) was second and Landon Brooks (20:51) third. Tim Holt (5, 22:36) and John Perrotti (7, 23:19) also scored. Every point counted in the Lady Hurricanes win, 28-29. Shanice Mills ran a 24:15 for third place, with teammate Anouk Bellion (27:28) in fourth. Finishes by Aimee Erickson (6, 29:27) Kyia Herlth (7, 29:35) and Mandy Camp (8, 30:42) won the team race. Coral Shores runs against Marathon High School on Tuesday, then competes in the Junior Orange Bowl Classic on Oct. 6. Coral Shores'volleyball team carried a 4-4 record into Friday's home match with LaSalle. Results were pending at press time. The Lady Canes travel to Key West High School for a 5 p.m. varsity match Tuesday, following a 3:30 p.m. JVmatch.Boys take top 3 spots at Largo meetCROSSCOUNTRYBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comUnderwater cleanup nets balls of monofilament line, leaders, debrisAteam of volunteers from the Deep Blue Dive Center in Key Colony Beach retrieved more than 85 pounds of monofilament line and other debris as part of an underwater cleanup drive sponsored by Ocean Conservancy. Two teams of divers completed four dives on the Thunderbolt Wreck, offshore of Marathon. This 188-foot military ship sits in 115 feet of water. It was intentionally sunk as an artificial reef in March, 1986 and is popular with divers as well as fishermen. Because of its active use by fisherman, the Thunderbolt is left with lots of debris, according to Deep Blue divers. During the recent cleanup, the volunteers collected more than 85 pounds of monofilament, lead weights, steel leaders, hooks and rope. In previous years, they said, divers encountered live animals entangled in monofilament. "Luckily, this year is was just the hull." Originally named the USS Randolph, the vessel was built for the U.S. Army as a cable laying boat. She later served FP&Las a research ship to attract and study lightning, hence her name "Thunderbolt." After sinking at the dock in Miami, she was later purchased by the Artificial Reef Committee in 1986, prepped and then scuttled as an artificial reef offshore. This is the eighth year in a row that Deep Blue Dive Center in Key Colony Beach has participated in the Ocean Conservancy underwater cleanup event. For more information, call 743-2421.Volunteers target the Thunderbolt' wreck site DIVING Back Row Left to Right: Andrew O'Connor, Mark Thrower, Bucky Wile, Kyle Thesieres, Larry Maier;Center: Joe Hamrick, Bob Echoltz, Mark Weeter, Jeff Neidlinger;Front: Joe Hodorowicz, Brittany Holbrook, Brittany Schnell, Tony Presutti, Christine Reynolds, Ariel Tobin, Carmen Powers


KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,October 1,2011 65700 Overseas Hwy., #85Long Key Proud supporter of the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050Ourlisting at Long Key Townhouses JUSTSOLD! If you want yourproperty sold, call The Brock Team today!2010 Top Producers for Coldwell Banker Schmitt Bob & Wanda Brock BrokerAssociate/REALTOR¨"The Brock Team"Bob Direct (305) 731-9521 Wanda Direct (305) 304-8862www.midkeysproperties.com LivingFood diversity and genetic engineering clashThe release of genetically modified organisms into the environment threatens genetic diversity, which is essential for global food security. And a lack of genetic diversity in agriculture, says Greenpeace, can already be linked to many of the major crop epidemics in human history. DearEarthTalk: What is "genetic pollution" as it pertains to the bioengineering of animals, fish and plants, and what happens if they cross breed with their wild cousins? -R. Ahearn, Rome, NY Genetically modified organisms are those that have been altered by scientists to include genes from other organisms (known as transgenes) that may impart specific benefits. For instance, crop seeds that have added genes which resist the effects of herbicides can allow farmers to spray their fields liberally with herbicides to kill undesired weeds without the fear of killing their marketable crop along with them. Genetic pollution is the release into the natural environment of these altered genes, creating the risk that they might breed with wild plants or animals and spread out uncontrollably. Author Jeremy Rifkin in his landmark 1998 book, "The Biotech Century": "Some of those releases...could wreak havoc with the planet's biosphere, spreading destabilizing and even deadly genetic pollution across the world." To follow through on the previous example, if herbicide-resistant, genetically engineered crops were to breed with their wild cousins, it could lead to the creation of super-weeds undeterred by control efforts. The weeds could, in turn, edge out native species and drive them to extinction, causing an overall loss of genetic diversity. According to Greenpeace, crop genetic diversity is "essential for global food security" and a lack of it can be linked to many of the major crop epidemics in human history, including the Southern corn leaf blight in the U.S. in 1970. Botanist Jack Harlan is quoted as saying that genetic diversity is all that "stands between us and catastrophic starvation on a scale we can not imagine." To track the growing problem of genetic pollution, Greenpeace International, along with GeneWatch UK, launched the GM Contamination Register in 2005 (the "GM" stands for Genetic Modification). This free online database details publicly documented incidents of contamination arising from the intentional or accidental release of genetically modified organisms into the environment as well as any accompanying negative agricultural side effects. Individuals, public interest groups and governments make use of the register to see where, when and how contamination has occurred. So far in 2011 alone more than a dozen cases of contamination from Australia, Asia, Europe and the U.S. have been reported in the register. Gene pollution as it pertains to crops is only part of the concern. ACanadian company, AquaBounty, is seeking approval from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to sell genetically modified Atlantic salmon in the U.S. These fish have a growth hormone gene from Chinook salmon (native to the North Pacific) and an anti-freeze protein gene from another fish, the ocean pout (native to the Northwest Atlantic). The resulting transgenic salmon produce growth hormones all year long not just during the warmer months like other fish and as such reach maturity faster than their non-genetically modified counterparts. "There are concerns about the impact of GM salmon on wild salmon should it escape into rivers or the Atlantic ocean, because it could outcompete wild salmon for food, or breed with them, producing offspring that may be less fit to survive," reports GeneWatch UK. "This could have serious negative effects on declining or endangered wild salmon populations." EarthTalk is written and edited by Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a registered trademark of E-The Environmental Magazine ( www.emagazine.com ).More than dozen cases reportedGREEN SOLUTIONS NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN TO WHOM IT MAYCONCERN that on October4, 2011 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, a public meeting will be held in the BOCC Chambers of the Murray Nelson Government Center, 102050 Overseas Highway, Key Largo Mile Marker 102, for: REVISIONS MONROE COUNTYCODE CHAPTER 142 MONROE COUNTYSIGN ORDINANCE Changes to the sign code, are required to make Sections 142-2 (Definitions) and 142-4(4), (Signs requiring a permit and specific standards) consistent with Florida Statute 335.093 and Rule 1410.004(4)(c) Florida Administrative Code, which prohibit new permits for off-premises sign along scenic highways. Changes to the code are also recommended to address Sec. 142-3(b)(8) and Sec. 142-4(3)(d), (A-frame Signs, which sunsets on December 30, 2011). Additions are recommended for a Sec. 142-4(3)(b) (Multi-tenant Signs) to consider issues relating to distance from right of way and legibility of lettering from the roadway. For more information, please contact Trish Smith, Monroe County Transportation Planner, at (305) 304-0412. Interested persons are invited to attend and speak to the above items. The above items may be reviewed at the Growth Management offices in Marathon and Key Largo during normal business hours. Interested persons may also go to the website at: www .monroe county-fl.gov ADAASSISTANCE: If you are a person with a disabilitywho needs special accommodations in order to participatein this proceeding, please contact the County Administrator's Office, by phoning (305) 292-4441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m., no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call "711".Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if a person decided to appeal anydecision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such hearings or meetings, he will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he 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.Published Keynoter 10/01/11 Photo Punch StockThe release of genetically modified organisms into the environment threatens genetic diversity,which is essential for global food security.And Greenpeace says a lack of genetic diversity in agriculture can be linked to many major crop epidemics in human history. Habitat seeks volunteers for workdayIf you want to donate time to a good cause and enjoy working with your hands, Habitat for Humanity of the Lower Keys has the perfect work day project for you. Saturday, Oct. 1, volunteers will work two shifts at 824 Elizabeth St., Key West, helping restore the exterior siding on a classic Conch house. The 87-year-old owner, who worked in the finance department for the Navy back in the 1950s and 60s, enjoyed the help she got earlier this week from the crew of the USS Spruance Talking with the young saolirs brought back memories of "old Key West" and her job at the Navy base. "In my day, all the sailors had to come in personally to pick up their pay check from me. I tell you what, paydays were happy days." The USS Spruance is in town for a commissioning ceremony, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Truman Waterfront. That ceremony is by invitation only. The invitation from Habitat to help homeowners with repair and restoration comes with the chance to do some hands-on giving of your time. Anna Symington, volunteer coordinator with Habitat, said tools will be provided for those who come to work either shift, or both. The first shift is 8:3011:30 a.m., and a second shift runs from 12:30-3 p.m. Volunteers should bring their personal water bottle, sun screen and bug repellant. Symington said closedtoe shoes are mandatory, and hard soled shoes preferred because this is an active work site. No sandals allowed. Also, bring your own work gloves. No one under 16 allowed on site. Teens 16-17 must have a parent sign a volunteer release of liability form to participate. For more information, call 296-9006 about this and other Habitat volunteer opportunities.Saturday crews tackle classic Conch houseKeynoter StaffKEY WEST Crew members of USS Spruance' volunteered this week on two Habitat projects in Key West. 1020 Gulf Drive Summerland Key I JUST SOLD this 3/3 home on Summerland Key! Looking to purchase your piece of Paradise? Call me today! 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Karen AngleREALTOR¨(305) 731-6219


Saturday,October 1,2011 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Employee Club'sAnnual Fall Craft Fair Saturday, November 5, 20118 AM to 4 PM Fishermen's Parking LotHand Crafted Jewelry of All KindsHand Painted Glassware & Other ItemsHand Crafted Fleece BlanketsPlants and BotanicalsHoliday OrnamentsCrocheted Items GaloreTotes & Hobo Beach TotesAnd So Much More!Don't Miss This Opportunity to Shop Early and Support Our Local Crafters and Artisans. V endor Spaces Are Still Available. Call For Details Pat at 289-6401 or Diane at 743-5533 Ext 5542 KEY LARGO Ocean Reef ChapelOcean Reef Drive • 367-2049 Church of Christ MM 100.7  451-1194 Key Largo Baptist MM 106  451-1642 St Justin Martyr MM 105.5  451-1316 Church of the Nazarene MM 100  451-1142 Lighthouse on the Rock MM 99.3  451-6212 First Baptist Church MM 99  451-2265 Seventh Day Adventist MM 98.5  852-0899 TAVERNIER Coral Isles ChurchDr. Bonnie Frost, Pastor Contemporary worship and Childrens Church School Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Call for our schedule of activities and programs. MM 90  852-5813Burton Memorial United Methodist MM 93  852-2581Keys Jewish Community Center MM 93  852-5235 Church of God MM 90.5  852-5996 Immanual Lutheran Sunday Service 10 amMM 90.2  ocean side Tavernier 305-852-8711 www.KeysLutheran.orgSan Pedro Catholic ChurchRev. John Peloso Sunday 9 am & 11 am, Saturday Vigil 5 pm, Mon., Thur. & Friday 8:30 am, Tues. Communion Service 8:30 am MM 89.5  305-852-5372Spirit and Truth Ministries MM 89.5  852-7975 ISLAMORADA First Baptist Church MM 81.2  664-4910 United Methodist MM 81  664-3661St. James the Fisherman Episcopal ChurchHoly Eucharist Sunday 9 am www.stjamesthefisherman.orgMM 87.5 Bayside Islamorada 305-852-8468 LAYTON Community Baptist Layton Dr.  664-2430 MARATHON First Baptist 62nd St.  743-5134 Community Methodist MM 48  743-5107 St Columba Episcopal 52nd St.  743-6412 San Pablo Catholic 122nd St.  289-0636 New Life MM 49  743-7165 Calvary Baptist 76th St.  743-6838New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist 42nd St.  743-3300Jehovahs Witnesses Kingdom Hall 98th St.  743-3679 Seventh-Day Adventist Loggerhead Ln.  743-4796 Church of Christ 26th St.  743-5397 Martin Luther Chapel 122nd St. Gulf  289-0700 The Salvation Army 2805 O/S Hwy.  743-9410 BIG PINE KEY St. Peter Catholic MM 30  872-2537St. Francis In the Keys Episcopal Key Deer Blvd.  872-2547Lord of the Seas Lutheran Key Deer Blvd.  872-3612 First Baptist Key Deer Blvd.  872-2542 United Methodist Key Deer Blvd.  872-2470Vineyard Christian Fellowship County Rd.  872-3404St. Andrews Orthodox Mission Key Deer Blvd.  872-1453Jehovahs Witness Kingdom Hall MM 28  872-7000 SUGARLOAF KEY Sugarloaf Baptist Crane Blvd.  745-2661 Calvary Chapel 17175 O/S Hwy. 240-9673 BIG COPPITT KEY First Baptist Church Ave F  294-4118Keys Chapel Orthodox Presbyterian Coppitt Rd.  294-8256 STOCK ISLANDKey West Baptist Temple 2nd Ave.  294-3411 Covenant WordMacDonald Ave.  292-1119 KEY WEST Church of Christ Von Phister St.  296-3331 Church of God White St.  296-8844Cornish Memorial AME Zion Whitehead St.  294-2350 Fifth St Baptist 5th St.  294-2255 Glad Tidings United St.  296-5773 Grace Lutheran Flagler St.  296-5161 United Methodist Eaton St.  296-2392Metropolitan Community Petronia St.  294-8912Peace Covenant Presbyterian Flagler Ave.  294-1223Southernmost Prayer and Faith Fleming St.  292-6416 Unity of the Keys Virginia St.  296-5888St. James First Missionary Baptist Olivia St.  296-5593St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Windsor Ln.  294-1018 Christian Science Elizabeth St.  296-8215Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Northside Dr.  294-9400 St Pauls Episcopal Duval St.  296-5142 Trinity Presbyterian Simonton St.  296-3318Impact Community Seventh-Day Adventist Fifth St.  393-9554 Unitarian Universalist Georgia St.  296-4369 BNai Zion United St.  294-3437 Chabad Jewish Center Trinity Dr.  295-0013 Salvation Army Flagler Rd.  294-5611 Seventh-Day Adventist Thomas St.  522-3693 Get Fit Family Boot Camp Southard St.  294-4351 Houses of Worship Kirk of the KeysOverseas Highway at 89th Street Marathon, FL € MM 51.5Staffed Childrens Sunday School & NurserySunday Services 9 a.m. Contemporary€ 11 a.m. Traditionalwww.kirkofthekeys.com Marathon Church Of God800 74th Street,OceanSunday Worship & Children's Church 10:45AM Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PMWednesday Night Bible Study 6:30PMA Pentecostal Ministry with a Prophetic Voice" For God so loved the world..." and so do we! The Worship Directory is a service of the Keynoter. Basic listings are included free. To place an expanded paid listing, call the Classifieds department at (305) 743-5551. Workshops tackle white fly infestationKim Gabel, environmental horticulture agent for Monroe County Extension Service, will conduct three free workshops on how to manage the Rugose Spiraling Whitefly. The pest is known to attack certain tree species, particularly gumbo limbo, leaving a sticky residue from the feeding and depositing waste litter on any cars or sidewalks even people nearby. The workshop schedule:Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2-3 p.m., Murray E. Nelson Government & Cultural Center, 102050 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo.Tuesday, Oct. 11, 3-4 p.m., Gato Building, 1100 Simonton St., first floor conference room, Key West.Monday, Oct. 31, 3-4 p.m., Marathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy., second-floor EOC meeting room, Marathon. For more information, visit http://monroe.ifas. ufl.edu or call Gabel at 305-292-4501.Three sessions planned in all areas of KeysOUTDOORS Whitefly leave sticky residue.MILITARYOlivera completes basic training at Great LakesNavy Seaman Suzzette Olivera, daughter of Piedad Franco of Miami and Jose Olivera of Marathon, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Olivera completed classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. Olivera is a 2003 graduate of Miami Coral Park High School in Miami. She is a 2011 graduate of Florida International University, Miami, with a master's degree. 20868 5th Ave. W Cudjoe Key JUST SOLD!Another one of Dianes listings in Cudjoe Gardens JUSTSOLD Diane has sold $14+ million in 2011. When you are ready to talk to a Top Producer about listing or buying a home dont hesitate to call Diane, she is available 7 days a week. Visit her website at www .DianeCorliss.com 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR¨(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com KEYSNET.COM Come vi s it o u r online photo g allerie s an d sub mit yo u r own at www.Key s Net.com/Photo sLIVING BRIEFSPumpkin patch has arrived on Big PineYoung members of Big Pine's St. Peter's Catholic Church waited patiently for the annual arrival of the pumpkin truck. Loaded with golden globes harvested from Indian Reservations in New Mexico, the truck arrived mid-week and sales have begun. Pumpkins of all sizes and shapes, as well as a variety of Halloween-themed items including children's costumes, are available. The St. Peter pumpkin patch is heading past 10 years of the tradition, which invites the community enjoy the sea of orange. School children come by bus for story hour during the daytime and families come out in the evenings to paint pumpkins and pick out those with the most Jack-OLantern potential. The Pumpkin Patch is open daily, October 1-31, from 10 a.m dusk. Story Hour is available to all school children in grades PreK-2nd by appointment. Call 872-2537.Book Club picks Cleopatra The Key Largo Book Club meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Community Room, next to Key Largo Library. This month's book is "Cleopatra: ALife," the best-selling biography of the Egyptian queen. Author Stacy Schiff's research paints a portrait of the last pharaoh, a woman of great wealth, power and intellect. She was also a wheeler-dealer, according to Schiff. For more information, call 451-1730.Lower Keys Chamber meetsThe Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce meets 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at The Fish Camp at Geiger Key Marina & RV Park, 5 Geiger Rd., Big Coppitt Key. The social includes hot and cold hors d'oeuvres as well as beverages. Activities include a 50/50 raffle and business card drawing. A$10 donation helps support the Lower Keys Chamber programs. For more information, call 872-2411.Foster families make a differenceWesley House Family Services will host Foster Parent Training Classes from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, in Key West. "We need more foster homes in Monroe County from Key Largo to Key West," organizers said. "Due to the limited number of foster families in our county, children in our community who have been abused and neglected have at times had to be placed in foster homes as far away as Broward County. "These out of county placements make family visits and reunification very difficult for those most in need of our community's support." Angelica McCoy of Wesley House Family Services said they are also "in need of homes that would be available to provide respite care for foster children to allow foster parents an evening out." For more information or to register, call McCoy at 394-1391.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,October 1,2011 Crossword solutionSolution to the September 28 puzzle. 415 Sombrero Beach Rd.Marathon 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Carmen & Fredy CarricaburuThe Team with "Results"(305) 289-0077www .HomesInTheKeys.com WE JUST SOLD this large canalfront lot on Sombrero Beach Road!Call the Team with Results to get your property SOLD! (305) 289-0077 www.HomesInTheKeys.com Do you have a birdbath on your property? Please change the water every week to stop mosquitoes from breeding in that water. Tip of the WeekFor more tips and current information go to:www.keysmosquito.org or call 305-292-7190 605 Sombrero Beach Rd. #305Marathon My listing, this 2BR/1BAunit at The Schooner in Marathon, JUST SOLD Looking to sell your property or know someone who is looking to buycall me today (305) 289-6522. Marsha MartinREALTOR¨(305) 289-6522www.bougainvillea.com Proud supporter of the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 €Home€Wind€Flood€Auto€Motorcycle€Boat€Life€Health€Long-term Disability €Umbrella You name it, We got it If you dont know insurance, come get to know us! Key Largo 451-4788 | Key West 294-4788 | Big Pine 872-4788102481 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, FL 33037 Fashion takes a turn to assist Samuel's House shelter programsSamuel's House, which offers safe shelter for women and their families, is hosting the 2nd Annual Key West Men in Paradise Fashion Show. The show and luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 12 at the Marriott Beachside Resort. Proceeds benefit the programs of Samuel's House, Inc. which offer shelter and support services to women and families in time of greatest need, assisting them to become self sufficient. Support Key West gentlemen with tips as each brave volunteer models his own favorite poolside or casual look and formal attire. The model with the most riches in his bucket at the end of the event will be crowned "2011 King of Paradise." Tickets are on sale now for $35 per person; the price rises to $40 after Nov. 5. Combination tickets to both the Samuel's House Fashion Show and Womankind's Survivor's Party later that evening (a $60 total value) are available for the reduced rate of $50 prior before November 5. For more information, call Mindy McKenzie at 305296-0240, ext. 11. Keys Federal Credit Union is sponsoring the Key West Men in Paradise Fashion Show. "Samuel's House is such a worthwhile organization and Keys Federal Credit Union is proud to partner with them in this endeavor," Scott Duszynski, Keys Federal Credit Union's CEO, said. "The work they do in our community is vital and we invite everyone to join us in support of this unique event." For more information on Samuel's House, visit: www.samuelshouse.org .Advance tickets on sale now for Nov.12 eventKEY WEST Keys Federal Credit Union partners with Samuel's House for the 2nd Annual Key West Men in Paradise Fashion Show Nov.12.LIVING BRIEFSD.A.R.starts 28th season The Florida Keys Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will commemorate their 28th season with a lunch and learn meeting Saturday, Oct. 8 at LazyDays South in Marathon. Alison Higgins, Executive Director of GLEE, will discuss Green Living in all the Keys. For further information, call Nancy Auten at 305-3950943 or e-mail: biffbiff72@yahoo.com. D.A.R. membership is open to any woman 18 or older regardless of race, religion or ethnic background, who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution.Relay event has showcaseThe Lower Keys Medical Center's American Cancer Society Relay for Life team has an open invitation. Call it "Bras for a Cause," and this showcase gives budding artists a chance to decorate bras and earn votes at $1 per tally. There is no charge to enter the competition, which begins Monday, Oct. 3. Tables will be set up in the hospital lobby for display of the decorated bras. Judging will take place at Smokin'Tuna Saloon at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, with modeling of the artistic entries by the 801 Girls. Smokin'Tuna at 4 Charles St. is just off Duval Street.Paint town pink beginsStarting at sundown Saturday, Oct. 1, Mariners Hospital's signs and fountains will be lit pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The month-long "blush" will mark the 26th anniversary of the commemorative month and is dedicated to those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer. Monument signs and fountains at other Baptist Health hospitals, Baptist, South Miami, Doctors and Homestead, also will carry the pink motif along with the Medical Arts Buildings at South Miami, Doctors and West Kendall Baptist Hospitals, and Baptist Medical Plazas at Coral Gables, Davie and Westchester Mariners Hospital is hosting a free community seminar, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 6-7:30 p.m., in the main conference room at the hospital, MM 91.5. The featured speaker at "Breast Health: What Every Woman Needs To Know," will be Anamary Quiros Mesa, M.D., a Board-certified radiologist who is fellowship-trained in mammography. The seminar is free. However, reservations are required. Call 434-3400.Monster Mash is Oct.15The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 154 is having its annual Monster Mash on Saturday, Oct. 15. The event begins at 6 p.m. with food, music, prizes, silent auction, Chinese auction, games, and 50/50 raffle. The Legion is located at 4115 Overseas Hwy., Marathon. Tickets cost $10 and may be purchased from the bartenders. All proceeds go to Girls' State. 357 SawyerDrive Cudjoe Key JUST SOLD!Another one of Dianes listings in Cudjoe Gardens JUSTSOLD Diane has sold $14+ million in 2011. When you are ready to talk to a Top Producer about listing or buying a home dont hesitate to call Diane, she is available 7 days a week. Visit her website at www .DianeCorliss.com 29967 Overseas Hwy. Big Pine Key, FL33043 Diane Corliss, GRIREALTOR¨(305) 849-0934Diane@DianeCorliss.com L.A.Times crossword puzzle VINTAGE HUMOR "Solution in the October 5 Keynoter Across 1Hawthorne title septet 7Frankenstein's milieu 10Taken in a con 13"Yikes!" 19Green 20Amos Oz,for one 22Oil-rich peninsula 23106-Downs 24Wearing a suit made of white-wine labels? 26"Shoop Shoop Song (It's in __ Kiss)" 27__-Magnon 29Organic compound 30Most slush pile responses 31Brest beast 3223rd Greek letter 34Dernier __:latest fashion 36More risky 38Abates 39Traditional time to bottle wine? 43Mass of people 44"On the Road"narrator Paradise 45Herbal tea 46They make tasty rings 48Tom,Dick and Harry 51Washed up,in a way 56"Yes,Captain!" 57Mai __ 59Anatomical pouch 60Prefix with culture 63Post-Thanksgiving Muzak fare 64Neoending 66Present from a winery? 69Mint family herb 72Listing on a winery inventory? 74Not feral 75French wineries' regulations to assure quality? 77Heads up 79Colorful marble 80Implied part of ESL 81Ump's call 83Crowd,in Cremona 84Chill (out) 87Dolts 89Move furtively 91"Griffin & __":1991 best-seller 934:00 p.m.service, maybe 97Emeril catchword 99West Pointer 100Reds handed down from winery founders? 105Redder inside 107Chicago L,for one 108Vegas opening 109Dress (up) 110Julia played her in 2000 111Kitty plaint 112Slick-talking 114Org.with a "Popular Baby Names"Web page 116Jazz job 118Winery owner's autobiography? 122Bright with light 124Like mosaic stones 125Seriously shocks 126Faithful servants 127Drapery ornament 128Ltr.add-ons 129Observe 130Most clever Down 1Spew 2Call-and-response singing 3Relaxed,upscale restaurant 4Eye cover 5The "Iliad,"e.g. 6Revealer of hits 7DMV card 8U.S.Open stadium 9Ex-German chancellor Willy 10Shrews 11Baba with magic words 12Walt and Roy 13Rows 141,000-yr.realm 15Blowhard 16Get hung-up (on) 17Veintiuno tres 18Where the Styx flows 21Seething 25Backs,in anatomy class 28Tram loads 33Prefix with Chinese 35"Terrible"ruler 37Despotic Amin 38"Romanian Rhapsodies"composer 39Silver stopper 40Back nine opener 41"What a shame" 42Having three sharps,musically 47Boss's prerogative 49San __,California 50French for "rung" 52Sword handles 53Ocean predator 54"Home on the Range"word 55Hamburg's river 58Turner autobiography 60FBI employee 61Any of 12 popes 62Backup plan lead-in 64Green sauce 65Phone no.go-withs 67Follow 68Peter and Paul,but not Mary 69Swindle 70Legendary Greek ship 71Legume whose gum is used as a thickening agent 73Sung syllable 76Hoops big man 78Be moved,say 82Dana's "forbidden fragrance" 84Arcade attraction 85Stimulates 86Obtains 88"__ me!" 89Temporary solutions 90Marx who's much older than Harpo 92Bangkok bread? 94Choreographer Alvin 95Peak experience? 96That,in Tijuana 98Some lit.degrees 100Matters for courts 101Salon rinses 102__ draft:was chilled 103Bay windows 104Appraisers'reports 105Use PayPal 106Sphere of activity 111CCLV x X 113Barn bundle 115One raised with Cain 117Chap 119Metal-shaping block 120Some printers: Abbr. 121Employ 123Powell partner in "Thin Man"films


Saturday,October 1,2011 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com Hollywood sets the stage for One Weekend OnlyTHEATER Photo byTom ONeilAn updated rendition of the music and characters from the Wizard of Ozwill be presented at Marathon Community Theatre by (left to right):Rachel Matthis, Alex Sacharok,Evan Patterson,Ariana Patterson,Audrey Matthis. Photo byTom ONeilSinginin the Rainis among popular Hollywood hits that will be performed during One Weekend Only,Oct.7-9,at Marathon Community Theatre. Marathon Community Theatre (MCT) kicks off its 2011-2012 season with One Weekend Only, the annual fun and fundraiser. The variety show, directed by Jennifer Powell, will take theatergoers on a musical and dance excursion. Some of the famous hits that will be performed include: Summertime,Ž Mrs. Robinson,Ž Mama Mia,Ž Singing in the Rain,Ž Nine to Five,Ž Somewhere Over the Rainbow,Ž I Remember It WellŽ and others. In addition to the singing and dancing, the troupe plans to mount some comic skits and present our own imaginative commercials promoting the shows for our upcoming season,Ž according to Loretta Geottis, MCTgeneral manager. Other festivities planned for this One Weekend Only production include food, drink, champagne and a chance to mingle with the cast following each show. Performances are scheduled at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8, plus a 3 p.m. matinee on Sunday, Oct. 9. Tickets cost $30 and include the hors doeuvres following the show. The cast includes a bumper crop of veteran actors along with fresh faces and some talented youth: Lesley Aaron, Cora Baggs, Sherry Bailey, Rio Ball, Cheryl Baker, Dona Beckman, Noelle Belden, Marie Boyett, Sara Brignac, Eileen Burke, Ruth Burns, Paul Carmichael, Ceri Checkley, Lyn Cox, Bonnie Cucci, Kevin Eick, Victoria Fairbrother-Smith, Barbara Farreny. Patricia Farthing, Yvonne Fuentes, JoAnne Grego, Sandy Holland, Fred Hundhammer, Jeff Hunt, Laura Hutt, Katie Jackson, Linda Kane, Craig Kerns,. Tiffany Kidwell, Ruth Leal, Penny Ludwin, Diana MacDonald, Ernesto Maseto, Shawnabel Massaro, Audrey Matthis, Rachel Matthis, Alicia Merel. Ginger Michael, Annie Miners, Brandon Mixon, Jean Mixon-Eick, JC Mora, Mary Mosier, Margo Murray, Diana and Donna Nussenblatt, Nancy Oleinik, Ariana Patterson, Evan Patterson, Jennifer Powell, Bob Rowand, Kathryn Rummery, Alex Sacharok, Lori Sall, John Schaefer, Tom Seay, Lauren Spinelli, Pam Steinberg, Ericka Sutton, Renee Svendsen, Suzanne Terpos, Jeanie Tout, Randy Turner, Joanne Weber and Cheryl Wilcox. Wilcox also serves as stage manager for this production. Alicia Merel is the producer. For more information, call 743-0408. To charge tickets, call 743-0994 or stop by the box office at 5101 Overseas Hwy., Marathon.Marathon troupe takes a trip down memory laneLAttitudes Staff Water teaches us many lessons not all goodAGoogle earth view of coastal Louisiana will remind Keys residents of something we too often take for granted: water. Everywhere you look in Southern Louisiana theres water rivers, bayous, swamps, the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico,Ž notes the film summary produced by Snag Films, Inc. And everyone in Cajun Country has a water story, or two or three or more.Ž There are lessons to be learned from how Louisiana is dealing with its coastal water resources, and the pressures brought by development, intense industrialization from the oil industry, and threats to the states fishing industries. Reef Relief is hosting a special showing of SoLa: Louisiana Water StoriesŽ Thursday, Oct. 13, at Tropic Cinema, 416 Eaton St., Key West. Its part of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival designed to inspire people and unite communities to take action to protect their local Wild & Scenic places. At Wild & Scenic, filmgoers are transformed into a congregation of committed activists, dedicated to saving our increasingly threatened planet.Ž This is the second year that Reef Relief has hosted the Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Key West. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased online athttp://www.tropic cinema.com/main.html. Or, call 877-761-FILM (3456). Tickets are also available at Reef Relief, 631 Greene St., Key West. For more information call Reef Relief 305-294-3100. Reef Relief has spent 24 years helping to conserve and protect the wild and sce-FILM ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA KEYS ISLAMORADA,FLORIDAKEYS ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA KEYS 305-664-8400 € MM 85.5 O ceanside At Snake Creek BridgeSIZZLIN DINNER SPECIALS: JUST$12.95!TUESDA Y : F ALL-OFF-THEBONEBBQ RIBS FRIDA Y : SUCCULENT JUICY PRIME RIBWEHAVE LIVEFLORIDALOBSTERFresh from Keys Waters to your plate C o m e b y b o a t NOW ENJO Y THE NEW LOCAL S LUNCH MENU $5.99 THE NEW LOCAL S DINNER MENU $13.95 An egret fishes in the shallow waters of a cypress head in coastal Louisiana.Wild and Scenic Film Festival Oct. 13 at TropicLAttitudes Staff See Reef Relief,8B The complete Florida Keys news and information source.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,October 1,2011 Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. € 50/50 (R):1:05,4:00,7:00 and 9:35 p.m. € Abduction (PG-13):1:10,4:10,7:20 and 9:50 p.m. € Dolphin Tale (PG):1:15,4:25,7:35 and 10:10 p.m. € Killer Elite (R):1:25,4:20,7:25 and 10:10 p.m. € Moneyball (PG-13):1:00,4:05,7:10 and 10:05 p.m. € The Lion King 3D (G):1:20,4:15,7:15 and 9:40 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 € What's Your Number? (R):2:15,4:30,6:45 and 9:00 p.m. € The Debt (R):8:30 p.m. € Our Idiot Brother (R):6:30 p.m. € The Help (PG-13):1:30 and 6:00 p.m. € Gun Hill Road (R):4:15 and 8:45 p.m. € Turtle:The Incredible Journey (G):2:15,4:45,6:30 and 8:30 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 € Crazy Stupid Love (PG-13):Weekdays:7:00 and 9:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday:2:00,7:00 and 9:30 p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 € What's Your Number? (R):1:55,4:20,7:25 and 9:50 p.m. € Moneyball (PG-13):3:45,6:45 and 9:40 p.m. € Dolphin Tale (PG):1:35,4:15,6:55 and 9:35 p.m. € Contagion (PG-13):2:00,4:30,7:20 and 9:45 p.m. € Abduction (PG-13):1:55,4:35,7:15 and 9:55 p.m. € Spookley Kid Toons (G):10:00 a.m.Saturday only. Keys Movie Times Marathon Community CinemaC C o m i n g g S o o n Contagion PG-13 € Dolphin Tale PGShowtimes: Fri Thurs 7:00 & 9:30 € Sat & Sun 2:00, 7:00 & 9:30 Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Julianne MooreCRAZY STUPIDLOVEPhone: 743-0288 €Hearing Assistance Now Available R a t e d : : P G 1 3 Tavernier Towne 91298 Overseas Highway, Bayside Keys Cruisers Car Show 2 n d S a t u r d a y N i g h t E a c h M o n t h MM 101.3 Key Largo www.KeyLargoArbys.com The complete Florida Keys news and information source.Louisiana fishermen have made their living from the rich coastal waters fed by nearby marshlands. nic coral reef ecosystems in the Florida Keys.Ž SoLA: Louisiana Water StoriesŽ explores that states dependence on water and its waterways, which support the biggest economies in Louisiana a $63 billion a year oil and gas industry, a $200 million a year fishing business, tourism and recreational sports.Ž Some of the images captured in the film will trigger shudders among Keys audiences, especially the 100mile-long stretch of the Mississippi dubbed Cancer Alley,Ž described as the worlds largest dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico.Ž Erosion has been an ongoing problem in coastal Louisiana, compounded by the recent Gulf Oil disaster, Hurricane Katrina and tropical storms that swept through the region last month. Monitoring the erosion, scientists say that Louisianas coast is losing 25 square miles of wetlands each year. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Key West is sponsored by Saltwater Angler, Clearly Unique Charter, Debora ADesigns and Dancing Dolphins Spirits Charters. Snag Films is supported in part through grants from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, based in Miami.Water dependentFrom Reef Relief,7B € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover € 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances € 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome The Studios adds improv and othertheaterarts classesIn theater parlance, improvisation is creating in the moment. In music, its often associated with jazz, where improvisation is a prized motif. Starting Monday, Oct. 10, up to 14 students will get the chance to improvise, play theatre games, and finally perform monologues while gaining a basic knowledge of the craft under the tutelage of Key West actor Richard Grusin. He has appeared at The Public Theatre in New York as well as The Goodman Theatre in Chicago. His television acting credits include Spencer for Hire,Ž The Equalizer,Ž Ryans HopeŽ and several mini-series on PBS. In film, Grusin performed in Born on the Fourth of July,Ž Lean on Me,Ž and See You in the MorningŽ and Untamed Heart.Ž The Key West actor and teacher has a masters in fine art from the Yale School of Drama, along with a bachelors degree from The Goodman Schol of Drama at the Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to performing on Key West stages, Grusin was a member of the Guthrie Theatre Acting Co. in Minneapolis for seven years. The Guthrie is one of the pioneer regional theaters devoted to supporting a resident company performing classics along with the avant garde. When it opened in 1963, the Guthrie boasted stage veterans Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy and Zoe Caldwell, along with young up-and-comers like George Grizzard and Joan van Ark. Grusins classes cost $140 for members of The Studios of Key West; $170 for non-members. His theater class meets from 6-8 p.m. every Monday from Oct. 10 to Nov. 14 at The Studios, 601 White St., Key West. To enroll, call 296-0458.Stage veteran launches classes starting Oct.10 THEATER Photo by Megan Ellis,TSKWGRUSIN Flagler railroad artifacts on displayAFlorida East Coast Railway steam whistle is among the historic items and memorabilia on display at the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, which is located at mile marker 106 gulfside. The whistle, along with an original souvenir program from the very first trip made by the railroad on Jan. 12, 1912, are on loan from historian Seth H. Bramson and the Gold Coast Railroad Museum. The museum, 12450 SW 152nd St., Miami, is located next to Zoo Miami. The railroad museum is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Most of the memorabilia on loan at the Key Largo Chamber Visitor Center date from 1900-1935. The famous Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 which swept over the island chain at Upper Matecumbe Key, washed out the track bed resulting in the death of more than 400 people, including 200 World War I veterans housed in work camps in Islamorada. Amemorial to those who lost their lives is located at mile marker 81.5 in Islamorada. That memorial is on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can view the Key Largo Chamber exhibit through the end of January, 2012. The visitor center is open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 1-800-822-1088 or visit: www.keylargo chamber.org For information about the 100th anniversary celebrations planned in the Keys, visit: www.Flagler Keys100.comBramson loans items from his collectionKEY LARGO Tavanier Creek Bridge March,1907 Surviving Mommie Dearestopens Oct. 19Surviving Mommie Dearest,Ž a multi-media show written by and starring Christina Crawford premieres Oct. 19 at the Tennessee Williams Theatre. The two-act play features long forgotten home movies, historic archival photos and photos from private collections. Crawford is the author of two books about her mother, Joan Crawford, the famous screen legend, in Mommie Dearest,Ž and Survivor.Ž The author appears both on film and on stage. The play covers nearly 100 years of entertainment and show business history. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. and performances are planned Oct. 19-20 at the Tennessee Williams Theatre. Crawford and producer Jerry Rosenberg said they will share proceeds from the production with AIDS Help and the King and Queen contestants participating in this years Fantasy Fest. Tickets cost $35 and can be purchased online at: KeysTix.com or by call KeysTix at 305-295-7676. For more information, call 904-607-7700.Tennessee Williams hosts playTHEATER 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbthe a tres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! Whats Your Number (R) 1:55;4:20;7:25;9:50 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Moneyball (PG-13) 3:45;6:45;9:40 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Dolphin Tale 3D (PG) 1:35;4:15;6:55;9:35 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Contagion (PG-13) 2:00;4:30;7:20;9:45 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Abduction (PG-13) 1:55;4:35;7:15;9:55 *€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€Spookley Kid Toons (G) 10AM;Sat.only€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ Sorry,no passes.* Friday & Saturday Only


Saturday,October 1,2011 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A d / 3772100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2011-DR-962-K CristinaCovas, Petitioner and LeslieMason, Respondent. AMENDEDNOTICEOF ACTIONFORDISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE TO:LeslieMason Unknown YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton CristinaCovas whose addressis 501GreeneSt., KeyWest,FL33040 onor before October14,2011, and filetheoriginalwiththeclerkof thisCourtat 500WHITEHEAD ST., / 101,KEYWEST,FL 33040 beforeserviceon Petitonerorimmediately thereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso, adefaultmaybeentered againstyoufortherelief demandedinthepetition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:September6,2011. CLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT By:MarisladyLopez DeputyClerk PublishSeptember10,17,24, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 3980300 REQUESTFORBIDS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVEBIDDERS thattheMonroeCountySchool Districtwillreceivebidsforthe following: BIDNO.502 MARATHONMANOR BORROWPITFILL Biddocumentsmaybe requestedfromDemandStar bycalling1-800-711-1712or bygoingtothewebsite www.demandstar.comorby goingto www.keysschools.com.The publicrecorddocumentis availableatthePurchasing Department,241Trumbo Road,KeyWest,FL33040. A llbidsmustbereceivedonor before 2PMTuesday,October 4th,2011 specifiedinthebid documents.TheMonroe CountySchoolDistrict reservestheright,atitssole discretion,toacceptorreject anyandallbidsandtowaive informalitiesorirregularities whenitisinthebestinterestof theBoardtodoso. MonroeCountySchoolDistrict PurchasingDepartment PublishSeptember21,24,28, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4152200 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ARNOLDSAUTO&MARINE REPAIR,INC. givesNoticeof ForeclosureofLienandintent tosellthesevehicleson 10/14/2011,09:00amat5540 3RDAVE,KEYWEST,FL 33040-6032 ,pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.ARNOLDS A UTO&MARINEREPAIR, INC.reservestherightto acceptorrejectanyand/orall bids. 1997CHEV 1GNCT18W4VK181111 PublishOctober1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 3905000 UNITEDSTATES DEPARTMENTOF COMMERCE NATIONALOCEANICAND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION NOTICEOFSEIZUREAND PROPOSEDFORFEITURE CaseNo.:SE1103258FM TAKENOTICE: OnJuly13,2011,atornear StockIsland,Florida,duly authorizedofficersseized 5,899poundsofGulfreeffish forviolationofthe Magnuson-StevensFishery Conservationand ManagementAct,asamended, 16U.S.C.1857(1)(A),and implementingregulationsat50 CFR622.7(l)fromtheF/VSEA FOX(U.S.documentationNo. 586513).Theseizedproperty, beingperishable,wassoldfor $13,665.90,theproceedsof whicharesubjecttoforfeiture totheUnitedStatesunder16 U.S.C.Sec.1860,andare beingheldbyNOAA. Noticeisherebygiventhat NOAAiscommencing forfeitureproceedingsagainst theabove-describedproperty. A nypersonclaiminganyofthe above-describedpropertymay fileaclaimtothepropertyupto 35daysafterreceiptofa personalnoticeletterfrom NOAAthatalladministrative (i.e.,civilpenaltyorpermit sanction)andrelatedjudicial proceedings(i.e.,appeals)are final.Allclaimsmustbefiledin accordancewith18U.S.C. Sec.983and15C.F.R. 904.504andshall:1)identify thespecificpropertybeing claimed;2)statetheclaimants interestinsuchproperty(and providecustomary documentaryevidenceofsuch interestifavailable)andstate thattheclaimisnotfrivolous; and3)bemadeunderoath, subjecttopenaltyofperjury. Claimsshallbefiledwiththe OfficeofGeneralCounsel, GCEL/SE,26313thAvenue South,Suite177,St. Petersburg,FL33701. Ifaproperclaimisnottimely filed,thepropertywillbe declaredforfeitedtotheUnited Statesanddisposedof accordingtolaw.Ifaproper claimistimelyfiled,thematter willbereferredtotheU.S. A ttorneytoinstituteforfeiture proceedingsinaU.S.District Court.Thefilingofaclaimora forfeitureactioninanyU.S. DistrictCourtwillnotstaythe administrativecivilpenaltyor permitsanctionproceedings. A lternatively,anyperson claiminganyofthe above-describedpropertymay eitherfileapetitionfor remissionandmitigationof forfeiturewiththeOfficeof GeneralCounsel,attheabove address,inaccordancewith15 C.F.R.Sec.904.506,oragree tovoluntarilyabandonthe propertybysigningand returningAVoluntaryForfeiture byAbandonmentofSeized ItemformtotheOfficeof GeneralCounselattheabove address. DateSeptember12,2011 CynthiaS.Fenyk NOAAOfficeofGeneral CounselGCEL/SE PublishSeptember17,24, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4131500 INVITATIONTONEGOTIATE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN TOPROSPECTIVEBIDDERS thattheMonroeCountySchool Districtwillreceivebidsforthe following: ITNNO.501 DEVELOPMENTOFTHE MARATHONMANOR ITNNO.503 SALEOFTHEMARATHON MANOR Biddocumentsmaybe requestedfromDemandStar bycalling1-800-711-1712or bygoingtothewebsite www.demandstar.comorby goingto www.keysschools.com.The publicrecorddocumentis availableatthePurchasing Department,241Trumbo Road,KeyWest,FL33040. A llbidsmustbereceivedonor before 2PMTuesday,October 13th,2011 specifiedinthebid documents.TheMonroe CountySchoolDistrict reservestheright,atitssole discretion,toacceptorreject anyandallbidsandtowaive informalitiesorirregularities whenitisinthebestinterestof theBoardtodoso. MonroeCountySchoolDistrict PurchasingDepartment PublishSeptember28,October 1,5,8,12,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 4056100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2011DR303M ElvaSuyapaLopez, Petitioner and VirgilioIsmaelSanchez, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE TO:VirgilioIsmaelSanchez Unknown YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton Elva SuyapaLopez, whose addressis P.O.Box501292, Marathon,FL33050 onor before October31,2011, and filetheoriginalwiththeclerkof thisCourtat 3117Overseas Highway,Marathon,FL 33050, beforeserviceon Petitonerorimmediately thereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso, adefaultmaybeentered againstyoufortherelief demandedinthepetition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:September21,2011 CLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT By:TammyL.Marciel DeputyClerk PublishOctober1,8,15,22, 2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4152300 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ARNOLDSTOWING& RECOVERY,INC. givesNotice ofForeclosureofLienand intenttosellthesevehicleson 10/19/2011,09:00amat6411 2NDTERRACE,KEYWEST, FL33040 ,pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.ARNOLDS TOWING&RECOVERY,INC. reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. 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A lexsAutoWrecking&Parts reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. 1B7FN14X3JS658927 1988DODGE KM4CA104291601594 2009SUZUKI 5TBRT341X1S215928 2001TOYOTA 1GKDT13S832264527 2003GMC VTHMANAAXXG125986 1999DERB PublishOctober1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4066400 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA FileNo.44-11-CP-49-K INRE:ESTATEOF SHIH-MEIWANG, Deceased A A NOTICETOCREDITORS (SummaryAdministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMANDS A GAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatan OrderofSummary A dministrationhasbeen enteredintheestateof SHIH-MEIWANG,deceased, FileNumber44-11-CP-49-Kby theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is500WhiteheadStreet,Key West,FL33040.Thenameof therepresentativeoftheestate andhisattorneyaresetforth below. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstthe estateofthedecedenton whomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OFTHISNOTICEOR30 DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOF SERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisNoticeisSeptember24, 2011. PersonGivingNotice: MelvinEllington 701SpanishMainDr. / 5 CudjoeKey,FL33042 A ttorneyforPersonGiving Notice: JamesW.McQuade,Esq. FloridaBarNo.41607 LawOfficesof SamuelJ.Kaufman 1509JosephineStreet KeyWest,Florida33040 Telephone:(305)292-3926 Fax:(305)295-7947 PublishSeptember24, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4152400 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ARNOLDSAUTO&MARINE REPAIR,INC. givesNoticeof ForeclosureofLienandintent tosellthesevehicleson 10/19/2011,09:00amat5540 3RDAVE,KEYWEST,FL 33040-6032 ,pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.ARNOLDS A UTO&MARINEREPAIR, INC.reservestherightto acceptorrejectanyand/orall bids. 1963CUSHMAN 160501 1985CARVER CDRN00I0H586 1985CARVER CDRN0010H586 1987CHEVROLET 1G1FP21F3HL134072 1989CHEVROLET 1G1FP21S4KL185066 1995NISSAN 1N6HD16S3SC472312 1995NISSAN 1N6SD11Y9SL394460 1996TRETO TII66757D696 1998OLDSMOBILE 1G3WS52K1WF337346 1999KIA KNAFB1210X5812702 PublishOctober1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4188800 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ANCHORTOWING gives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthesevehicles on 10/14/2011,08:00amat 189USHIGHWAY1, KEYWEST,FL33040-5476, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. A NCHORTOWINGreserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. NOVIN0200269905 1990BOATMASTER RBMSZF95M78I 1978RENKE PublishOctober1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4146800 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, A A FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2011-CP-56-M DivisionMiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF MARILYNR.JUVE, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofMarilynR.Juve,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasJuly 31,2011,andwhosesocial securitynumberis xxx-xx-5035,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforMONROE County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,Florida33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober1,2011. PersonalRepresentative: JeffreyC.Juve 6099OverseasHighway Lot10-E Marathon,Florida33050 A ttorneyforPersonal Representative: RichardE.Warner,Esq. A ttorneyforJeffreyC.Juve FloridaBarNumber:283134 RICHARDE.WARNER,P.A. P.O.Box501317 12221OverseasHighway Marathon,FL33050 Telephone:(305)743-6022 Fax:(305)743-6216 E-Mail: richard…rewarnerlaw.com PublishOctober1,8,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4191600 FloridaKeysCouncilofthe ArtsNoticeofUpcoming Meetings A rtinPublicPlacesCommittee Monday,October3,4:00p.m. GatoBldg,1100Simonton Street,KeyWest Fundraising/EventCommittee Thursday,October6,12:30 p.m.GatoBldg,1100Simonton St,KeyWest DevelopmentCommittee Tuesday,October11,8:30 a.m.GatoBldg,1100Simonton St,KeyWest ExecutiveCommittee Tuesday,October11,11:30 a.m.GatoBldg,1100Simonton St,KeyWest CulturalUmbrellaCommittee Thursday,October20,2:00 p.m.FoundersPark CommunityCtr,87000 OverseasHwy,Islamorada Meetingsareopentothepublic andallareinvitedtoattend. Questions?Callthearts councilofficeat295-4369. Published10/01/11 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4184800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16THJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION CASENO. 44-2009-CA-000715-P DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONAL TRUSTCOMPANY,AS TRUSTEEOFTHE RESIDENTIALASSET SECURITIZATIONTRUST 2005-A15,MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-OUNDERTHE POOLINGANDSERVICING A GREEMENTDATED DECEMBER1,2005 Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPHJ.FRINSJR;LISAA. FRINS;MORTGAGE A A ELECTRONIC REGISTRATIONSYSTEMS, INC.,ASNOMINEEFOR A EGISWHOLESALE CORPORATION;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSESSION OFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendants. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentof ForeclosuredatedSeptember 22,2011,andenteredinCase No.44-2009-CA-000715-P,of theCircuitCourtofthe16th JudicialCircuitinandfor MONROECounty,Florida. DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONAL TRUSTCOMPANY,AS TRUSTEEOFTHE RESIDENTIALASSET SECURITIZATIONTRUST 2005-A15,MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-OUNDERTHE POOLINGANDSERVICING A GREEMENTDATED DECEMBER1,2005isPlaintiff andJOSEPHJ.FRINSJR; LISAA.FRINS;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSESSION OFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY;MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATIONSYSTEMS, INC.,ASNOMINEEFOR A EGISWHOLESALE CORPORATION;are defendants.Iwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashatTHEFRONTDOOR OFTHEMONROECOUNTY COURTHOUSE,LESTER BUILDING,AT500 WHITEHEADSTREET,KEY WESTINMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA,at11:00a.m.,onthe 14dayofOctober,2011,the followingdescribedpropertyas setforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOTS29AND30,BLOCK1 TAVERNAERO,INC., A CCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK6ATPAGE80 OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OFMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. A personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateofthelispendens mustfileaclaimwith60days afterthesale. Datedthis22dayof September,2011. DANNYL.KOLHAGE A sClerkofsaidCourt ByM.ARGUEZ A sDeputyClerk Ifyouareapersonwith disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinacourt proceedingorevent,youare entitled,atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertainassistance. PleasecontactCherylAlfonso, 302FlemingStreet,KeyWest, FL33040,(305)292-3423,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceiving thisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduled appearanceislessthan7days; ifyouarehearingorvoice impairedcall711. Submittedby: Kahane&Associates,P.A. 8201PetersRoad,Ste.3000 Plantation,FL33324 Telephone:(954)382-3486 Telefacsimile:(954)382-5380 FileNo.09-19672OWB PublishOctober1,8,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 4204200 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2011-CP-58-M DivisionMiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF BETTYLOUMEARS Deceased NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofBETTYLOUMEARS, deceased,whosedateofdeath wasAugust24,2011,and whosesocialsecuritynumber isxxx-xx-4621,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMONROE County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,FL33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands


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Please fax your resume to 453-9604 or call 453-9144 Seeking PT/FT Day/Night/Weekend Manager/Asst Manager/Sales Associates Office Clerk, MS Office including Excel. Sandal Factory/T-Shirt CityMM 102, MM 82, MM 50, MM 4.6 A A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR TRAINEEThe Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority is looking for an applicant interested in starting a career in the rapidly advancing wastewater field. The applicant must be energetic and highly interested in learning all there is to know about the different types of wastewater treatment processes. The purpose of this classification is to perform scientific/technical work involving the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant according to local, state and federal regulations and laws. An employee in this classification must be able to learn the technical information and obtain the confidence to make treatment process adjustments, with supervision, and perform maintenance to plant equipment, machinery and related control apparatus in accordance with established standards and procedures. The work location will be from Layton to Key Haven. Benefit package is extremely competitive! Salary Range: $43,161. $51,794. (Salary commensurate with qualifications) Send application (see www.fkaa.com) and resume to palbur y@fkaa.com or F.K.A.A., c/o Human Resources Office, 1100 Kennedy Drive, Key West, FL 33040 or fax to (305) 2952222. EEO, VPE, ADA Application Deadline: October 7, 2011 DIETARY AIDExceptional Living, Exceptional PeoplePlantation Key Nursing Center located in Tavernier, is seeking a full time Dietary Aid. We offer a benefits program. To apply for the position, please submit your resume to terry@plantationkeync.com NOWHIRING A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A LOGO Dummy092 Error: 1 Dummy0929-15:48:32 2 x 4.0 (56.4706) Dummy Dummy A A againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober1,2011 AttorneyforPersonal Representative: RichardE.Warner AttorneyforRosemaryLouise MacMath FloridaBarNumber:283134 P.O.Box501317 12221OverseasHighway Marathon,FL33050 Telephone:305-743-6022 Fax: 305-743-6216;E-Mail: richard…rewarnerlaw.com PersonalRepresentative: RosemaryLouiseMacMath 378PinewoodDrive Levittown,Pennsylvania19054 PublishOctober1,8,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter No.4077200 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.10-CP-122-P DivisionUpperKeys INRE:ESTATEOF DARRELLJAMESWOLFE, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofDARRELLJAMESWOLFE, deceased,whosedateofdeath wasOctober19,2010;File Number10-CP-122-P,is pendingintheCircuitCourtfor MonroeCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddress ofwhichis88820Overseas Highway,PlantationKey,FL 33070.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonal representativeandthe personalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestate,onwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisSeptember24, 2011. URBANJ.W.PATTERSON PersonalRepresentative PostOfficeBox783 Islamorada,FL33036 UrbanJ.W.Patterson A ttorneyforPersonal Representative FloridaBarNo.382035 UrbanJ.W.Patterson,P.A. PostOfficeBox783 Islamorada,FL33036 Telephone:(305)664-5065 PublishSeptember24, October1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A Ad / 4173600 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Amazing OdorControloftheKeys locatedat 433CaribbeanDr. intheCountyofMonroe,inthe Cityof SummerlandKey, Florida 33042 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof Corporationsofthe FloridaDepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. JamesGambino Published10/1/11 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 4209400 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Keys CommercialMortgage locatedat 17165WahooLane, intheCountyof Monroe, inthe Cityof SummerlandKey Florida33042 intendsto registerthesaidnamewiththe DivisionofCorporationsofthe FloridaDepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. FLA.KEYSMORTGAGECO., INC. PublishOctober1,2011 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A FOUND Womanssilverpearlcharm braceletinfrontofPublix, Marathon.CalltoI.D. 305-394-5747 A A A multi-programyouthservice agencyservingMonroeCounty (FloridaKeys)seeksqualified applicantsforthefollowing positionsatourTavernier location. YouthSupportStaff -Ifyouareinterestedina careerworkingwithchildren, thiscouldbetheopportunityfor you.Youmustbeatleast21 yearsoldwithahighschool diplomaorequivalenttoapply. BachelorsDegreepreferred. Somenightsandweekends required.Payrateis$10.50to $12.50anhourdependingon abilityandqualifications. Licensureandquality assurancestandardsrequire bothmaleandfemalestaff A llemployeesmustretaina validFloridadriverslicense andreceivebackgroundcheck anddrugscreening. Pleasesendresumeviaemail:sdoerr…fkcs.orgorfax 305-852-6902ormailtoFlorida KeysChildrensShelter,Inc.73 HighPointRoad,Tavernier,FL 33070. BILINGUALPERSON NEEDED forworkonCuban memorial.PTtoFT*occasional Miamitravel.Salesskills requiredwithconstructionand officemanagementexperience needed.E-mailresumeto: brandellstudios…aol.com FTDESKRESERVATIONIST w/managementpotential neededforKeyLargoDive Resort.Courteousnonsmokingpeoplepersonw/ neatappearance,divecert. desirablebutwilltrainright person,emailresumeto amyamoray…aol.com FULLTIMEBOATDETAILER WANTED. Needdetailed orientedpersontodetail yachts.Mustpassbackground ck&haveowntransportation. $10.HRstart-Forinterview Call(305)367-2924 HELPWANTED P/TSHUTTERINSTALLER DisocuntBlinds,BigPine. Experiencedonly!872-1295 MAINTENANCEASSISTANT Electrical/plumbingexphelpful. A pplyinpersonatHAWKS NEST,1KyleWaySouth, Marathon. P/TCLEANERcommercial bldgs.BigPine&Summerland Key.Musthavecar.Yearround work.Drugtest&bkgrndcheck reqd.Dependable! 743-0687 A A PTBi-lingualoffice/medical Asst .Multi-taskerw/good Word/Excel,computerskills. 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Alsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A LookingforaLocalService? A lsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A HUGEYARDSALE 100%toKOMENBREAST CANCERFOUNDATION. Sat.,Oct.1st,7am,MM102 1005thLane,KeyLargo A A PrivateCollectorWants RolexDivewatchesandPilot Watches.OldmodelMilitary clocks&watches. Call305-743-4578 USEDAPPLIANCES& FURNITURE Webuy&sell. ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.743-6506 A A A ACHARMING,LUSH2/1 ONSTILTS .MM94Bayside Privatedock,ramp&beach. Furnished,newAC,fridge. Kayaksincluded.$1450/mo. Call786-218-9518 AACHARMING,LUSH2/1 ONSTILTS .MM94Bayside Privatedock,ramp&beach. Furnished,newAC,fridge. Kayaksincluded.$1450/mo. Call786-218-9518 MARATHON4BR,2BA Builtin2007.2cargarage, fencedyard.Centralair.Long term.Section8ok.$1800/mo ‚ utils.305-923-9542 MarathonCharming4/2 home (1/1isdetachedguest home).Unfurn,greatloc,lrg yard,Gulfviews.$2200/mo ‚ util.CallNancy,305-879-0892 Middle-agedcoupleseeks rentalof2brhandyman-special inUpperKeysNov11-Apr12. Wellprovidealltyperepairs/ maintenance/landscaping, etc,forreasonablerent. Have 30 ‚ yrsexperienceinbuilding homes,repair/renovationon MarthasVineyard.Refsavail. Have2smalldogs,need fenced-inyard.774-563-0794, e-mailshukkit47…yahoo.com A A MM103Oceanside, 2BR2BA, lrgfencedyard, W/D A/C ,petsallowed, F/S$1100.00permonth 305-394-0684 MM105BAYSIDE-1BD/1BA groundlevel,Blackwater Sound.Nopets.Fam.nbrhd. 1Yr.lease,utilitiesincl., schoolscloseby,$825/mo. F/L/S305-522-4863 MM96.3OCEANSIDE 2BD/1.5BASmallmobile, Wynken,Blynkeyn&Nod. $900/mo.KeysCountry Realty&Dev.Co.CallEllie, 305-853-7218,305-394-2901 MM98PIRATESCOVE 2/1 Fenced,PetFrndly,grndlvl., $1300/mo.22Barracoa.Call Ellie,KeysCountryRealty& Dev.305-394-2901,853-7218 MM1003BD/2BAHOME oncorner,fencedyard. StainlessSteelKitchenAppl., granitetops,F/S Call305-554-4990 MM93OCEANVIEW-CANAL FRONT-1BD/1BA Stilthm, for2ppl.,nearboatramp.Sm. petsneg.,nosmkng.Avail. 10/1.$2000/mo.305-393-1172 N.KEYLARGO2/2. Veryclean.HOpark. Quietneighborhood. Unfurnished.$1200/mth. $500sec.dep.305-394-1150 TavernierMM92 3BD/3BA. Smallpetneg.Nosmoking. PartiallyFurnished. GroundLevel.$2000/mo. Call305-393-1172. A A A ABeautiful2BR2BTH mobile homewithnewcarpetandnew paint.Onprivatecanalwith directaccesstoBootKey HarborandAtlanticocean,in Marathon.Includesdishwasher washer&dryer,allutilitesbut electric Availablefurnishedor unfurnishedDockageavailable atadditionalcost $1300 ‚ electricF/S Call305-289-0693 AABeautiful2BR2BTH mobile homewithnewcarpetandnew paint.Onprivatecanalwith directaccesstoBootKey HarborandAtlanticocean,in Marathon.Includesdishwasher washer&dryer,allutilitesbut electric Availablefurnishedor unfurnishedDockageavailable atadditionalcost $1300 ‚ electricF/S Call305-289-0693 KEYLARGOMM101.5-1/1 $895/mo,Newbath,updated kitchen,Screenedpatio,boat ramp,clean,786-218-0509 MARATHON-KEYSRVPARK 1-2bedrooms,1bath,Florida room,furnished.Oncanal. Cableincluded.$895/mo ‚ util.305-744-0546 MARATHONONTHEWATER 5minfromBurdines.$800/mo. Furn,1br,1ba,central a/c-heat.Veryclean!Private patio&prkng.786-319-7244 A A AMOVEINNOWfrom$250 week.MARATHON.Weekly ormonthly.Fullyfurnished. Allutilities cable&freeWIF I included.305-289-0800 APERFECTLOCATION! Neat,clean1/1,onthewater. MM74.5 .Screenporch,yard, beach,park.Util,W/Dinc.No smkrs.$875mo.305-664-9283 AFFORDABLEMARATHON 1/1 Unfurnished.A/C.New paint&tile.1YrLease.F/L/S. $750.Call305-743-6088 CONCHKEY,MM63 Semi-furnished,spacious2br, kitchen,livingrm,diningrm, outdoorporch.Fenced-inyard. $1,300/mo.F/L/S.743-3478 GRASSYKEY1-1/2BR coveredparking,quietarea, A /C.Cable&allutilsincl.$950 mo ‚ 1modep.Availablenow. (305)304-1815. A A ISLAMORADAMM82 unfurn efficiencyapt.Clean,quiet location.$780monthincludes utilites.$1000sec.Yearlease. Petconsidered.305-304-7986 LONGKEY Triplex,oncanal. 2BR,2BA,furn.$1200/mo F/L/S.Nopets.MarshaMartin, ColdwellBankerSchmittR.E., 305-289-6522 MarathonCanalfront Efficiency$875mo allutilitiesincluded W/DCoveredparking F/L/S517-795-3836 MARATHONEFFICIENCY A /C,newlypainted.Shared laundryroom.AvailSept.1. $750/mo.F/L/S.305-923-3855 MARATHONEFFICIENCY $700/mth,elec/waterincl,F/S onlytomovein.Closetowater. (305)743-5615 MARATHONEFFICIENCY Furn,balcony,oncanalw/ dockageavail.(Closeto Porkys).Cableincl.$750/mo ‚ elec ‚ dep.305-834-0215 MARATHON Largeeffcy,quiet area.Groundfloor,closeto shopping,Carport,W/D. Smokefree,petfree.Utilsincl. $750/mo.F/L/S.305-395-1874 MARATHON Luxuryfurnishedefficiency. Groundfloor,W/D. $750/mo.954-599-7114 MARATHON Unfurnhalf duplex,closetoshopping: 2BR,1BA, 107333rdAve. $1,000/mo. CallNick305-522-6567 MARATHON WATERFRONTAPT for2people.$980inclutil. Dockprivileges.Availnow. 305-743-9876 MM102.Upstairs3/2Furn $1600,InclUtilF/S. 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Loren has several sauces in his freezer, including a chicken gravytype sauce made from the carcass of a leftover rotisserie chicken, a lobster sauce made from a lobster base with a little cream or sherry added and a Thai peanut curry sauce. These sauces can turn a bland dry piece of chicken into a restaurant-quality dish. In the pantry, having a good chicken or beef base is handy for making sauces and soups. And have soy or teriyaki sauces on hand for making stir-fries. "Also have one or two jars of good pasta sauce that you like," says Loren. "You can use it for Italian dishes or thin it to make soup." Loren says he doesn't expect a single person to have a sack of potatoes. "But you can slice up some peppers and onions, saute them and freeze them," says Loren. 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