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WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,MAY 26,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.42 25 CENTS In LAttitudesThe Dictator,the latest from Sacha Baron Cohen, fails to dictate that you laugh.Story, 5B B r i ti s h c o m ic S a c h a B a r o n C o h e n p la y s t h e r o l e o f a f i c t i t io u s N o r t h A f r ic a n d ic t a t o r w h o s e t s o u t t o a d d r e s s t h e U n i t e d N a t io n s .The laughs arent com ing in Sachas latest outing T h e D i c t a to r R a t e d R 8 3 m i n N o w p la y i n g n a ti o n w id e S t a r r i n g S a c h a B a r o n C o h e n A n n a F a ri s B e n K i n g s l e y a n d d i r e c t e d b y L a r r y C h a r l e s ( w h o a ls o d i r e c t e d C o h e n i n B o r a t a n d B r n o ) T h e D i c t a t o r te ll s t h e s t o r y o f t h e ru t h l e s s l e a d e r o f W a d i y a a f ic ti o n a l c o u n t r y i n N o r t h A f r i c a w h o w a n ts t o d e v e l o p n u c l e a r w e a p o n s C o h e n p l a y s W a d i y a s d i c t a t o r a n d s up r e m e le a d e r A d m i r a l G e n e r a l H a f f a z A l a d e e n w h o t r a v e l s to N e w Y o r k C i ty t o a d d r e s s t h e U n i t e d N a ti o n s A n n a F a ri s ( S ca r y M o v i e 1 2 3 & 4 ) i s Z o e y a h i p p i e p o l it i c a l a c t i v i s t w i t h q u e s ti o n a b l e m i n g h a b i t s w h o r u n s r e i n N e w Y o r k B e n K i n gs l e y ( G a n d h i T r a n s s i b e r i a n H u g o ) p l a y s A l a d e e n s u n c le t h e r i g h t f u l h e ir t o th e t h r o n e i n W a d i y a w h o p l o t s t o ov e r t h r o w h i s n e p h e w a n d s e l l o u t to th e b ig o i l c o m p a n i e s A n d s c e n e -s t e a l i n g J a s o n M a n t z o u k a s ( B a b y M a m a I H a te V a l e n t in e s D a y ) i s t h e n u c le a r s c i e n t i s t N a d a l w h o i s s u p p o se d ly e x e c u t e d b e c a u s e t h e m i s s i l e s a r e n t p o i n t y e n ou g h B a s e d o n t h e p r e v i e w s a n d C o h e n s o t h e r f i l m s I h a d h i g h e x p e c t a t io n s f o r T h e D i c t a t o r B u t a b o u t h a l f w a y i n to t h e f i l m I r e a l i z e d t h a t s o m e t h in g w a s t e r r ib l y w r o n g T h i s w a s s u p p o s e d t o b e a c o m e d y b u t t h e r e w a s n o l a u g h t e r in t h e t h e a te r. I t w a s s o e e r il y q u i e t t h a t I l o o k e d a r o u n d t o b e s u r e t h e r e w e re s t i l l o t h e r p e o p l e i n t h e s e a t s Y e s t h e r e w e r e o t h er s b u t l i k e m e t h e y w e r e n o t l a u g h i n g F in a ll y a lm o s t a n h o u r i n t h e re w e r e a fe w c h u c k le s a n d d u r i n g t h e l a s t 2 0 m i n u te s t h e r e w a s s o m e r e a l l a u g h t e r P e o p l e s n i c k e r e d a t s o m e c l e v e r l i n e s a n d g i g g le d a t a c o u p le o f v e r y f u n n y b i t s I n p a r t i c u la r ( K i n g s le y ) A l a d e e n s s p e e c h a t th e s ig n i n g o f t h e n e w c o n s t i tu t i o n i s s h a r p a n d b r i l li a n t l y s k e w e r s m o d e r n Am e r i c a n p o l i ti c s B u t m o s t o f th e l a u g h s w e r e u n e a s y o h m y g o d I c a n t b e l i e v e th e y p u tth a t i n a m o v i e t i t t e r s .F o l l o w i n g th e t r e n d i n f i l m t h a t a i m s f o r t h e c o v e t e d 1 8 3 0 y e a r o l d d e m o g r a p h i c T h e D i c t a t o r i s f i ll e d w i t h m a le an d f e m a l e g e n i t a l i a j o k e s a n d s i g h t g a g s i n c l u d in g a b a b y d e l i v e r y t h a t g o e s b e y o n d g r o s s S o m e h o w t h e s i g h t o f t w o pe o p l e h o l d i n g h a n d s i n s i d e t h e w o m b o f a p r e g n a n t w o m a n i n l a b o r ju s t d o e s n t s e e m a l l th a t h i l a r i o u s C o h e n p la y s th e d ic t a t o r w i t h h i s u s u a l to n g u e in c h e e k i rr e v e r e n c e m b u t a t t i m e s i t a p p e a r s th a t h e l i k e m o s t o f t h e a u d i e n c e i s n o t re a l ly h a v in g a g o o d t i m e B u g e y e d A n n a F a r i s o v e r a c t s t o t h e p o i n t t h a t h e r c a m p y r o l e in t h e S c a r y M o v i e f il m s i m m e d i a t e l y c o m e s t o m i n d A n d i t s h a r d t o b e l i e v e th a t t h i s is t h e s a m e B e n K i n g s le y w h o s ta r r e d i n t h e c l a s s i c G a n d h i W e c a n o n l yh o p e t h a t h e g o t a n i c e fa t p a y c h e c k I w il l a d m i t t h a t I th o u g h t B o r a t w a s v e r y f u n n y a n d C o h e n s r e c e n t r o l e i n H u go s h o w e d t h a t h e a l s o h a s s o m e t a l e n t a s a s tr a i g h t a c t o r. S o i t w a s a h u g e d i s a p p o in t m e n t t o w a t c h h i s f i r s t f u l l y s c r i p t e d f i l m a n d s e e t h a t t a l e n t w a s t e d C o h e n w o n a s c r e e n w r i t i n g O s c a r n o m i n a t i o n f o r B o r a t a n d i s a g i f t e d c o m e d i a n a n d w r i te r B u t if t h is i s t h e b e s t h e a n d h i s w r i t i n g te a m c a n o f f e r m a y b e h e s h o u l d g o b a c k t o t h e a d l i b a n d a m b u s h a p p r oa c h t h a t m a d e h i m f a m o u s O n e l a s t t h in g b e to s t a y f o r t h e c r e d i ts k a r e f a rScripted film falls flat vs. Borat improv F IL M W A N O U S Florida history recognized at St. Marys BasilicaF o r g e n e r a ti o n s o f C o n c h s t h e C a t h o l i c C h u r c h o n T r u m a n A v e n u e h a s b e e n k n o w n a s S t M a r y s o r S t M a r y s S t a r o f th e S e a S t a r t in g M a y 3 1 th e o ff ic i a l n a m e c h a n g e s t o T h e B a s i l i c a o f S t M a r y S t a r o f t h e S e a T o m a r k t h e o c c a s io n B i s h op T h o m a s W e n s k i, w h o h e a d s t h e M i a m i A r c h d i o c e s e w i ll c e l e b r a t e a s o l e m n m a s s f o r t h e C o n f e r r a l f o r th e I n s i g n i a o f t h e B a s i l ic a o f S t. M a r y S t a r o f t h e S e a T h i s c o m e s a f te r F e b r u a r y s a n n o u n c e m e n t i n R o m e t h a t P o p e B e n e d i c t X V I h a s d e s i g n a t e d K e y W e s t s c h u r c h a s o n e o f 7 2 m i n o r b a s i li c a s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s T h e b a s i li c a ti t l e i s c o n v e y e d i n r e c o g n i t i o n o f c h u r c h e s w i th h i s t o r i c a l a n d s p i r i tu a l i m p o r t a n c e S t M a r y s S t a r o f t h e S e a i s t h e f i r s t p a r i s h (1 8 5 1 ) i n w h a t i s n o w th e A r c h d io c e s e o f M i a m i ; i t s o n e o f th e o ld e s t p a r is h e s e s t a b l i s h e d i n F l o r i d a a n d h a s F l o r id a s fi r s t C a t h o l i c S c h o o l ( 1 8 6 8 ) w h i c h c o n t i n u e s t o d a y I t s b o t h a n a ti o n a l a n d s t a t e d e s i g n a t e d h i s t o r i c s i t e B is h o p W en s k i, i n t e r v i e w e d b a c k i n F e b r u a r y s a id i n a c e r t a i n s e n s e S t M a r y S t a r o f t h e S e a b e c o m e s t h e p o p e s p a r i s h ch u r c h h e r e i n th e A r c h d i o c e s e o f M i a m i T h a t A r c h d i o c e s e in c lu d e s M o n r o e a l o n g w i th M i a m iD a d e a n d B r o w a r d c o u n t ie s Ho w S t M a r y s g o t th e n a m e S t a r o f t h e S e a t e l l s a b i t a b o u t t h e h i s t o r y o f K e y W e s t a n d i ts r o l e in e a r ly t r a d e r o u te s a b o ar d s h ip s p l y in g b e t w e e n th e U n i te d S t a t e s C u b a a n dSpecial mass, ceremony set May 31 at 7 p.m.L A t t it u d e s S t a f fK E Y W E S T C o a t o f a r m s fo r t h e A r c h d io c e s e o f M i a m i:t h e p o s it io n o f t h e s a n d i n d i c a t e s t h a t S t M a r y s w a s t h e b e g i n n i n g o f t h e A r c h d io c e s e o f Mi a m i .T h e c o n c h s h e l l i s t h e t r a d it io n a l s y m b o l o f K e y W e s t. Hurricane Monument hosts Memorial serviceW h e n t h e b a r o m e t r i c p r e s s u r e b e g a n t o d r o p o n t h e e v e o f t h a t L a b o r D a y b a c k i n 1 9 3 5 n o o n e k n e w t h e h u r r i c a n e t h a t h i t L o w e r M a t e c u m b e K e y w o u l d b e o n e o f t h e t h r e e s t r o n g e s t e v e r r e c o r d e d i n U .S h i s t o r y A s t o r m s u r g e e s t i m a te d a t s o m e w h e r e b e t w e e n 1 8 2 0 f e e t s w e p t o v e r t h e i s l a n d M o r e t h a n 4 0 0 p e o p l e d i e d A n d t h e a s h e s o f 3 0 0 a r e i n t e r re d i n t h e I s l a m o r a d a H u r r i c a n e M o n u m e n t m i l e m a r k e r 8 1 5 T o c o m m e m o r a t e a l l t h o s e l i v e s l o s t t h e M a t e c u m b e H is t o r i c a l T r u s t w i l l h o l d i t s a n n u a l M e m o r i a l D a y S e r v i c e a t t h e m o n u m e n t b e g i n n i n g a t 9 a m M o n d a y T h e m o n u m e n t w a s d e d i c a t e d i n 1 9 3 7 t o h o n o r t h e v e t e r a n s a n d c i v i l i a n s k i l l e d S e p t 2 1 9 3 5 i n t h a t v i c i o u s s t o r m w h i c h t o o k o u t a r e l i e f t r a i n s e n t f r o m M i a m i t o r e s c u e t h o s e i n w o r kCommemoration for many killed in 1935 stormI S L A M O R A D A S e e S t M a r y s ,9 BS e e M o n u m e n t 9 B Hurricane seasonThe hurricane season starts next Friday,and our preparedness guide,inside todays Keynoter ,tells you exactly how to get through it. June November 2012This was the Keys just days after Hurricane Wilma in 2005.A slow 2012 season is forecast,but all it takes is one to cause devastation.Inside,youll find all you need to know to prepare. City,district narrow choicesTHE SEARCH FOR LEADERSHIPAnother finalist to be Key Wests next city manager has dropped out of the running, further winnowing options the City Commission has when it chooses a manager June 4.Ed Green, formerly manager of Garfield County, Colo., on Thursday withdrew from the Key West process after landing a job as village manager in North Palm Beach. That leaves four finalists.Green was among four out of an initial pool of eight finalists to withdraw. Two of them cited concerns about city commissioners lobbying for applicants who do not meet the minimum qualifications the commission previously adopted. Another one said he was merely testing his value at his current job.Commissioner Jimmy Weekley, who has served on the City Commission for more than two decades, is satisfied with the quality of the remaining candidates but says he is embarrassed for us. In all the years Ive been in city government ... I have never seen the commission interfere with a process like that.He criticized some of his4th Key West finalist takes another jobBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comThe search for the next Monroe County School District superintendent continued this week as an advisory committee to the School Board narrowed down the list of candidates to nine from an initial pool of 56.The next step is to settle on five semifinalists for recommendation to the School Board; that will happen when the superintendent search committee meets Wednesday beginning at 9 a.m. at Marathon Middle/ High School. Jesus Jara, the current superintendent appointed by Gov. Rick Scott, is in the group that will move on. Still, he is exploring other job opportunities including with his former employer, the Springfield (Mass.) Public Schools system. Based on evaluations and background checks conducted by the 22-person search panel, the other eight agreed-upon applicants are:Keith Bell Sr., chief academic officer of Columbus (Ohio) City Schools.Thomas Gay, a principal administrator for a BrowardAnd then there were nine for superintendentBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com PLAYER RESCUEKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWMarathon High School football player Noel Natta,a sophomore,is rushed to the TraumaStar rescue helicopter after it landed at the Coral Shores High School field Thursday night.Natta collided helmet to helmet with a teammate and was knocked out,and was flown to Ryder Trauma Center.He was released Friday morning suffering a concussion. The jamboree was halted after the injury.Story, 1B $1.75 million to be awarded on TuesdayThe Monroe County Human Services Advisory Board meets Tuesday to dole out more than $1.75 million in fiscal year 2012-13 grant funding to 29 Keys nonprofits.The problem is those 29 organizations have made $2.12 million in requests, from the Rural Health Network looking for $327,600 to the Bahama Village Music Program and Helpline each asking for $10,000 apiece.After the Rural Health Network, the largest requests are from the Good Health Clinic in Tavernier ($200,000), Wesley House Family Services ($179,479), the Florida Keys Childrens Shelter ($159,000), Hospice of the Florida Keys ($159,000), Monroe Association of ReMARCable Citizens ($155,000), Womankind ($120,000) and Samuels House ($100,000).Rural Health is just one of three nonprofits to receive at least what it requested for 2012-13 in the current fiscal year. The others are Be The Change at $25,000 and the Domestic Abuse Shelter at $30,000.The Bahama Village Music Program and the Anchors Aweigh Club, a Key West 12step recovery program, are theBut nonprofits seeking a total of $2.12 millionBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSOCIAL SERVICES U.S.Navy photo by BRANDON NORMANU.S.Navy Chief Petty Officer Nathan Kisamore replaces flags at the graves of veterans in the Key West Cemetery Friday in honor of Memorial Day.Its an effort of the Key West Chief Petty Officers Association.Memorial Day events, 2BHONORING THEIR SERVICE Boating safety in the spotlightWith light winds and partly sunny skies in the Memorial Day weekend forecast, Florida Keys marine law-enforcement officers have geared up for one of the years most hectic boating holidays. Gas prices are down so if the weather holds out, we expect a very busy time, said Officer Bobby Dube, spokesman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in Monroe County.Memorial Day, marking the start of the summer season, typically sees more boats on the water countywide than any other time, Dube said.Memorial Day weekend in the Keys a year ago, state officers issued 62 boating violations and 174 written warnings while checking 1,028 boats.Since there were only two boating accidents (neither with injuries) and five boating-under-the-influence arrests, it was considered relatively quiet. Our No. 1 priority will be watching for BUI operators, with zero tolerance, Dube said.Speeding through go-slow areas, careless operation and reckless acts also will be a focus. Aslow-speed area at the Jewfish Creek Bridge channel, new since last Memorial Day, now is in effect.Other congested areasThis weekend, be especially aware on waterMEMORIAL DAYConvicted dog beater sentenced WednesdayAKey Largo man convicted Wednesday of animal cruelty for an incident almost two years ago that left an 8-month-old dog severely injured and fighting for its life finds out his fate this coming Wednesday. Thats when Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia will sentence Noah Mitchell, 35. Mitchell faces up to a year in jail and four years of probation. Asix-person jury convicted Mitchell of savagely beating his Labrador retriever, Bubba, during a barbecue on Oct. 3, 2010, because the animal took a steak from the kitchen counter. At trial, prosecutor Terri Hunnewell said Mitchell dropped, kicked, punched and strangled the dog around 9:30 p.m. that night. Mitchell had just moved into his house on Pimlico Lane.Gary Pitterman, one of two men in the house with Mitchell, was the prosecutions only eyewitness. Mitchells defense attorney, Donald Barrett, said Pittermans testimony was unreliable because he admitted drinking heavily that night.But Hunnewell said the deputy who first interviewed Pitterman said the witness did not appear intoxicated. She told jurors that based on Bubbas injuries, there was no reason they should doubtMitchell faces year in jailBy DAVE GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comUPPER KEYSBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.comSee Mitchell,3ASee Boating,3ASee Nonprofits,3ASee Schools,2ASee Manager,2A MITCHELL
Vincent Weiner, who agreed to resign from his job as the top Keys agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement following a nocontest plea related to homestead-exemption fraud, is now a deputy with the Monroe County Sheriffs Office.Col. Rick Ramsay says Weiner approached Sheriff Bob Peryam about employment opportunities. He said Weiner, with more than 25 years of law enforcement experience, was a good choice. Hes been hired as a Lower Keys road patrol deputy based at the Cudjoe Key substation.Based on a resignation and settlement agreement, Weiner resigned from the FDLE on May 1 and agreed not to appeal. Friday, Ramsay and FDLE spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger were not sure if Weiner would stand before the FDLEs Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission, which could revoke his police certification, making him ineligible to serve in law enforcement. If hes called before the board and he did lose he certification, Ramsay says, he will not have a job with us. If they do call him, I dont think he would be decertified. He made a poor decision but he has done a lot of good things in this community. He took responsibility for his actions. Everyone deserves a second chance. Ramsay said a starting deputys salary is $40,660 per year.Weiner, 47, was charged last Aug. 17 with misdemeanor homestead-exemption fraud. Prosecutors say he bought a Big Pine Key house in 2005, then got assigned to Fort Myers in 2006. While living in Southwest Florida, he rented the Keys house while still claiming the exemption from 2007 to 2010. Homestead exemptions, which allow for a property-tax break, can be claimed only on your primary residence.In April, Weiner pleaded no contest to petty theft and paid a little more than $300 in court and prosecutorial fees; he had already paid $5,918 in back taxes, plus a 50 percent civil penalty and 15 percent in interest. Weiner served with the FDLE beginning in 1993; before that he was a Florida Highway Patrol trooper. KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,May 26,2012PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8977 SUN.8978 MON.8978 TUES.8978 Forecast: Expect partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.A story in the May 19 edition contained incorrect information about the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.The state Board of Education rolled back the passing grade from 4 to 3 on the writing portion only,and the grade scoring of 1 to 6 is for the writing portion only.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 the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$59.53 in Florida and $56.16 out-of-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail.Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. 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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 WEATHERGETTING IT STRAIGHTThe Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming:Bahia Honda State Park (Sandspur).Smathers Beach,Key West.BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) News Director Don Riggs M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 840 80th Street Marathon 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050This home Listed & Sold in 2 months. Can we help you do the same? If you want yourproperty sold, call The Brock Team today! Proud supporter of the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation Bob & Wanda Brock BrokerAssociate/REALTORThe Brock TeamBob Direct (305) 731-9521 Wanda Direct (305) 304-8862www.midkeysproperties.com SADOWSKIJAMESPERRYSADOWSKI 10/13-53-5/2012 JamesPerrySadowski,age 58,diedsuddenlyofnatural causesathishomeinFort LauderdaleonMay1,2012.He wasborninGrossePointe, MichigantoChesterand FlorenceSadowskionOctober 13,1953.Hemovedwithhis familytoMarathon,Floridain 1955andattendedSanPablo CatholicSchool.Hisfather (Chester)andhisgrandfather (Phil)werethedevelopersof KeyColonyBeach,Florida. ThefamilymovedtoFort Lauderdalein1967andJim attendedSt.ThomasAquinas HighSchoolwherehewasa varsityathlete. Jimissurvivedbyhistwo sons,PhillipofKeyLargoand Perrycurrentlyservingwiththe U.S.NavystationedinSouth Carolinaandhasbeen commissionedtotheGeorge H.W.BushinVirginia.Perry (Traci)gaveJimhisfirst grandchildonApril18,2012 (ZoeAmara). Heisalsosurvivedbyhis sistersMaryGuerin(Robert)of Marathon,FL,Margaret Tillinger(Wendell)ofMarathon, FLandVirginiaJantz(Rob)of WestPalmBeach,FLand brothersRobert(Arlette)ofFort Lauderdale,FLandThomas (Jatha)ofJeffersonCity,MO. Hewasanuncleto16nieces andnephews.Hewas precededindeathbyhisolder brotherChester(Jerri)ofKaty, TXandhisparentsChesterand FlorenceSadowski. Jimwasinvolvedinthefood andbeverageindustryfor manyyearsandoftenwasthe cookforfirefightingcrewsin theforestfiresoutWest.He alsoworkedinvarious constructiontrades. Acelebrationoflifeis plannedforJune2at12:00 p.m.attheFirstPrebyterian ChurchinFortLauderdale,FL 401SE15thAvenue(behind theFloridianRestaurantonLas Olas). colleagues for advocating on behalf of applicants that an appointed screening committee, aided by search consultant Colin Baezinger, decided dont meet the job criteria, particularly a minimum of five years managing some level of municipal or county government.Weekley pointed to Phyllis Tynes-Saunders, director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Human Services. Commissioner Clayton Lopez has pushed to have her considered, and she even presented the City Clerks Office with a list of 169 resident signatures, apparently representing people requesting that I be granted an interview, according to her resume file.I think its very unprofessional, Weekley said. Lopez could not be reached by press time for comment.In a memo to the commission, Baezinger wrote: In my opinion, she does not meet the required minimum qualifications as defined in the job description that the commission approved. Even if she did, I felt at least 24 candidates (prior to some withdrawing) ranked higher.The remaining finalists:Thaddeus Cohen, assistant city manager and Community Redevelopment Agency director for Pensacola from 2008 to 2011 and secretary of the state Department of Community Affairs from 2004 to 2007.Gary La Venia, township manager of Maple Shade, N.J., since 2010.Craig Lonon, retired but with more than 30 years experience as a city manager in Harlingen, Cedar Park, Conroe, Corsicana, Levelland and DeSoto, all in Texas.Bob Vitas, former city manager of Lake Zurich, Ill., Lewiston, Maine, and Menasha, Wis. Shirley Freeman, chairwoman of the seven-member screening panel, said any of the finalists could be a good city manager. Now its up to the commission to pick the best one that best fits the city of Key West. On multiple occasions, City Attorney Shawn Smith urged commissioners to stick to the qualifications they set and, in a meeting of another committee on which he serves, said, Ive watched this process with the city and I think theyve made an absolute mess of it.Mayor Craig Cates, asked if he considered moving to scratch the process and start over, said that would enable a majority of commissioners to change potentially loosen the minimum qualifications.Hopeful submits petitionFrom Manager,1AFormerFDLE agent now a deputyWeiner resigned after no-contest petty-theft pleaBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comLAW ENFORCEMENTThe chairman of a Monroe County School District watchdog panel accused school system officials Tuesday of ignoring his committees recommendations to the detriment of the district. During Tuesdays School Board meeting in Marathon, Stuart Kessler delivered a scathing critique of district administration. He said if it heeded the Audit and Finance Committees previous advice, problems now coming to the forefront of board discussion could have been avoided. He gave several examples of what he feels is a pattern of the School District dismissing valuable committee advice.One is that in November 2010, the committee expressed serious concerns with a contractual arrangement between the district and ZumBrunnen Consulting for project management of the reconstruction of Horace OBryant Middle School in Key West.Tuesday, the board voted to cancel the contract with ZumBrunnen based on unsatisfactory performance but Kessler was critical the decision came almost two years after his committee voiced its original concerns.The only reason I mention it today, Kessler said, is its very important we continue to move toward a collaborative type of decision making.Also Tuesday, the board approved spending an additional $1 million on the somewhat mired HOB project, tacking that onto the original cost of $38.6 million.In another example of criticism from the committee making its way to the School Board table, this week saw official approval of a new job description for Ken Gentile, the districts former internal auditor. He is now the first-ever chief of staff, charged with overseeing the Finance Department and budget preparations. That role belonged to Chief Financial Officer Michael Kinneer, who, with the boards approval, is now chief operations officer. He is in charge of functions like human resources and transportation.Kessler, prior to the change in job titles, reiterated concerns articulated last week by the audit committee about the organizational risk created by a disjointed accountability system.At this point, youve got a contract with a chief financial officer thats actually acting as a chief operating officer. You have an internal auditor contracted thats operating now as a chief financial officer, Kessler said. All these things create organizational risk. Were supposed to report risk to [the board]. When you dont have clear lines of authority, its hard to hold people accountable.Friday, Mathewson appointed Dan Dombroski of Big Pine Key to the audit panel to replace Larry Murray, a former panel member. Dombroski is executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of the Lower Keys and Key West. He considered running for Mathewsons seat Mathewson isnt seeking re-election this year but decided against it.Audit panel head rips School BoardBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSCounty private school.Luis Gonzalez, superintendent of the Central Dauphin School District in Harrisburg, Pa.Shannon Goodsell, superintendent of Tahlequah (Okla.) Public Schools in Tahlequah.Geoffrey Gordon, superintendent of Port Washington (N.Y.) Public Schools.Mark Porter, superintendent of South Washington County (Minn.) Schools.Paul Sequeira, assistant superintendent of schools for Waterbury (Conn.) Public Schools.Edward Shine, superintendent of the Rye (N.Y.) City School District. The advertised start date is Aug. 1, with a salary of between $125,000 and $150,000; Jara earns $135,000.This is the first time the Keys superintendent will be hired rather than elected; voters made the change in a countywide referendum in 2010.Randy Acevedo was the last elected superintendent, voted into office for the second time in 2008. The following year, then-Gov. Charlie Crist removed him from office following his indictment on official-misconduct charges. Decision gets closerFrom Schools,1A WEINER Subscriptions 743-5551
only two of the 29 nonprofits not to request funding in the current fiscal year.County Grants Administrator Lisa Tennyson said $140,000 received last fiscal year by the Guidance Care Center was returned to the grants pool now that the County Commission has made organizations funding a line item in the county budget. According to the county website, the board prioritizes funding for nonprofits that:Use grants to leverage outside funding.Do not duplicate existing services.Demonstrate need for services.Demonstrate sound financial management. Nonprofits are placed into one of three categories and weighted percentages are assigned as a guideline to funding. Medical services receive roughly 65 percent of funding, while core social services receive 30 percent and quality-of-life improvement 5 percent.The board is made up of Alexsandra Leto (District 1), David Paul Horan (District 2), Steven Torrence (District 3), RaiEtte Avael (District 4) and Bob Johnson (District 5).The Human Services Advisory Board meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Marathon Government Center. Saturday,May 26,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com Pittermans version of the incident. One veterinarian who observed Bubba at a MiamiDade County animal clinic testified on Tuesday that the dogs injuries were consistent with those that an animal that size would sustain after falling from a twoto threestory building, or after being hit by a car. Bubba had collapsed lungs, a damaged larynx and six fractured ribs. The injuries are consistent with what Gary Pitterman said he saw Noah Mitchell do to Bubba, Hunnewell told jurors during closing arguments. Mitchell insisted he hurt Bubba by accident.He testified that when he went into the kitchen, Bubba ran outside and to the back of the house because he knew he wasnt allowed to have the steak. The dog tried to hide in between a water heater and the washing machine.When Bubba would not come out, Mitchell said he reached behind the water heater and grabbed the dog by the collar. Bubba gave out a loud yelp, and Mitchell said he did not want to bother his neighbors on a Sunday night with a barking dog. Mitchell said he scooped the dog up with his right arm, cupped his left hand over Bubbas mouth and began to walk back into the house. Thats when Bubba wiggled his head from Mitchells hand and bit his owner on the index finger, leaving about a half-inch wound.At that point, Mitchell said, he accidentally dropped Bubba and fell himself, hitting his knee against the concrete patio. Mitchell said both he and Bubba were in a freefall. He told Hunnewell hes not sure if his knee ever hit Bubba.Mitchell maintained that he was never angry with Bubba for taking the steak off the counter and was just trying to get control of the young dog. I was ambiguous about the steak. It was my fault. I left it where he was able to get it, Mitchell said. After falling, Mitchell said he guided Bubba back into the house by the collar. He said Bubba was able to walk. Once inside, the dog briefly laid down by a coffee table, then went inside his kennel, Mitchell said.Mitchell said it wasnt until a little later that he realized Bubba was seriously injured. He gave Pitterman and Murphy a ride back to the main access road at mile marker 100 that Pitterman uses to go to his liveaboard boat.Pitterman called his friend, Karin Kass, and told her how badly injured Bubba was. Kass called the police. Adeputy took the dog to Dr. George Bailey of the Key Largo Animal Care Clinic. Bailey inflated Bubbas collapsed lungs but determined the animal needed more care than he could provide.Sheriffs Office Sgt. Thomas Kiffney took Bubba to a clinic in Miami-Dade, where the dog was put on a ventilator and oxygen for two days. Bubba is reportedly healthy and doing fine. It is not clear where he now lives.Year in jail possibleFrom Mitchell,1A 29 compete for fundsFrom Nonprofit,1A likely to see patrols include Whale Harbor, Tavernier Creek and the Adams Waterway Cut in the Upper Keys; Vaca Cut and Boot Key Harbor in Marathon; and Cow Key Channel and Key West Harbor in the Lower Keys.If youve got a personal watercraft, dont try to spray other PWCs, swimmers or boats, Dube cautioned. If you have a boat, dont let anybody ride on the bow.Inattentiveness of the operator often contributes to boating accidents, the agency cautions. Statistics show that more than 64 percent of the 66 boating-related deaths [statewide] confirmed last year were attributed to drowning.So far in 2012, Florida has seen 10 boating-related deaths, with the peak season just now arriving.The primary rules for safe boating in Florida waters, as listed by the FWC, are remaining alert at the helm, having everyone aboard wear a life jacket at all times, and designating a sober boat operator.Accidents can leave even a strong swimmer injured, unconscious and exhausted in the water, the U.S. Coast Guard advises. The U.S. Coast Guard urges all boaters to leave a float plan with a friend, family or marina staff. Thats a plan indicating where the boaters plan to head, how many are aboard and when they plan to return to the dock. It can significantly speed a rescue or search if needed.And dont forget a floatation device for aqua dogs, says the BoatUS Foundation. With the dog in the life jacket, first ensure that straps and buckles dont rub sensitive parts, the organization says. This is especially important when the life jacket will be worn dry, on deck. Acanine life jacket should fit properly and have foam flotation centered on the dogs body to make swimming easy.... Alifting strap or handle is a must. Particularly in a divefriendly area like the Keys, all boaters should know the regulations when it comes to divers, the FWC says.Diver-down flags displayed on vessels must be at least 20 by 24 inches. Astiffener is required, and the flag must be displayed above the vessels highest point so that the flags visibility is not obstructed in any direction. Flags on floats must be at least 12 by 12 inches.Divers must make reasonable efforts to stay within 300 feet of a diver-down flag on open waters, and within 100 feet of a flag within navigation channels.Boat operators must make a reasonable effort to maintain a distance of at least 300 feet from diver-down flags on open water and 100 feet from flags in channels. Boats closer than those distances must operate at idle speed.Heading out? Be safeFrom Boating,1A
KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Saturday,May 26,2012 Kyle Samess, formerArmy Rangerin the U.S. Army.Shown with his fatherDr. Ron Samess, of Marathon, who is tremendously proud of his sons service. Sargeof South Seas Riggingwould like to thank all of our Vets HAVE YOU HUGGED AVET TODAY?South Seas Rigging Marathon, FL 305-289-3330 Ocean Breeze RVParkMarathon 743-6020 Would like to say THANKYOU to all Service Personnel for doing their duty so that we may prosper in peace. TO ALLTHOSE WHO SERVED IN THE MILITARY AND ARE NOW SERVING, AND ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES, THANK YOU!From the owners & staff ofMARATHON,FLORIDA KEYS We are very proud of our sailor,Petty Officer Stephen Ferguson, U.S. Navy.Stephen will be leaving for 2 years overseas duty on June 5th. Memorial Day is set aside for YOU. As a Vet myself, I honorand respect my fellow Americans as they strive to preserve this wonderful nation so that we can all enjoy freedom. BUYU.S.A.! Thank you U.S. Troops! We honor you!From the owners & staff ofWindswept A/C & Appliances, MarathonShut your windows. Shut your doors. You aint gonna be hot no more! The Owners & Staff ofSaltys Waterfront Grill,south end of Marathon, would like to send out a great big THANKS! for all our troops serving and who have served,here and abroad.We appreciate the honor of living in the U.S.A.where we know our rights are protected. The Hurricaneowners and staff would like to acknowledge all those that served and serving now in our Military.We salute YOU! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.MM 49.5 Marathon 743-2220 of Marathon would like to honor our Troops by saying thank youfor all you do. Memorial Day is set aside for you. The Owners and Staff of Rocos Dockside Bar & Grill would like to express their sincere gratitude to our MILITARY who give it allto protect our freedoms. 35 Sombrero Blvd. 743-0000 Michelle and Chef Lupe would like to send a heartfelt thanks to all our Veterans.Marathon MM 47.3 725 11th St.,Ocean 305-289-0839 Islamorada MM 79.9 Oceanside 305-664-5256lazydaysrestaurant.com The Owner and Staff ofLEIGH ANNS COFFEE HOUSE, KEYCOLONYBEACHwould like to extend their gratitude to all the wonderful men & women serving, past and present, in our military & especially to the families who have lost their loved ones. Owners and staff ofKey Colony Innknow that without our wonderful military, we would not enjoy the life we live. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.Mile Marker54 Key Colony Beach This day is set aside to honor our Vets and all military personnel. We would like to take this opportunity to say how much we appreciate your efforts. Karen Dennis of KarMichaels Catering and the Stuffed Pig restaurant would like to send out a heart-felt THANKS! to all of our wonderful military personnel. We could notbe all that we could bewithout you! THANKSPAST& PRESENTWe appreciate ourtroops. Ron Hammer Bonnie Staryk Thank God for our Military. Without them our freedoms and rights may be a distant memory. 304-3966 of Marathon would like to say a great big THANKYOU to our Vets, serving to protect us and guarantee our freedom743-5317 From the office of ChristopherJ. Golden, D.M.D., Big Pine Key, we would like to shout THANK YOU to the military serving to protect our great nation! BOATRAILERPARTS.COMLargest Selection in the Keys Over 800 part numbers in stock 2525 Overseas Hwy Marathon (305) 289-9885W o u l d d l i k e e t o o s a y T H A N K S S t o o u r r m i l i t a r y HIDEAWAYCAFE and its Staff would like to Support and Thank our Troops overseas.MM 58, Oceanside 305-289-1554 The owner and staff of Headhunters Hair and Nail Salon would like to thank our troops for their courage in protecting our homeland.5177 Overseas Highway Marathon,FL 33050 (305) 743-9917 NC TILE & CARPET OFMARATHON INC.Would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to all of our outstanding service men and women giving years of their lives so that we may enjoy ours. THANK YOU!!! In Loving Memory ofSGT ROBERT ALLEN WISE6 August 82 12 November 03 Operation Iraqi FreedomForever in Our HeartsDad & JeannineY o u r r S a c r i f i c e e W i l l l N e v e r r B e e F o r g o t t e n Owners and staff ofSTOUTS RESTAURANTwould like to express our gratitude for all the men and women who are now serving and who have served in the past, We Thank You!8349 Overseas Hwy,Marathon743-6437 On Memorial Day we honor and remember our brave veterans and troops. Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYA deputy attends to David Abrams,73,of Daytona Beach after he was struck by a car around 1:50 p.m.Thursday in front of the Monroe County Sheriffs Office substation in Marathon.State troopers say Abrams was riding a bicycle south on the sidewalk as Anthony Nabors,52,of Big Pine Key,driving a 1969 El Camino,turned right from the Sheriffs Office parking lot.Nabors struck Abrams,who was taken to Fishermens Hospital for treatment.Nabors was ticketed for violating the right of way.BICYCLIST DOWN Keys fare well in latest FCATMonroe County students scored hi g her than state avera g es on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test 2.0 for readin g and comparable to statewide peers in math, accordin g to results the state Department of Education released Thursday. This is the first round of scores released based on the newer and more ri g orous tests. The FCATreadin g and math assessments are scored 1 to 5, with a g rade of 3 denotin g proficiency. In readin g third-, ninthand 10thg raders were tested. In Monroe County 62 percent of thirdg raders scored a 3 or above, compared to state avera g e of 56 percent. For ninthg raders, 56 percent of local students scored a 3 or above, while the statewide avera g e for that same measure is 52 percent. For Keys 10thg raders, 59 percent scored a 3 or above; statewide, 50 percent scored the same. The readin g assessment tests vocabulary, readin g application, literary analysis, informational text and research process. Thirdg raders were tested in math. Fifty-ei g ht percent of Monroe County students hit the proficiency mark of 3 or hi g her, matchin g the statewide avera g e. The math assessment tests numerical operations, problems and statistics; fractions; and g eometry and measurement.Reading scores above average, math on parMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSKeynoter Staff Kid n ap claim a s camThe Monroe County Sheriffs Office continues investi g atin g the case of an apparently fraudulent kidnap scheme in which the person claimin g to hold two people sou g ht only $1,500 in ransom.It happened Wednesday, when someone called a Grassy Key family around 4:30 p.m. and said he was holdin g their children, a g es 14 and 21. At first, they suspected a scam, the Sheriffs Office said, but then g ot alarmed when they called their kids but couldnt reach them.The victims called the Sheriffs Office and Deputy Wilfredo Guerra and S g t. Ken Fricke responded. When they arrived, the Grassy Key father was still on the phone with the alle g ed kidnapper, who told him to g o to Winn-Dixie or Publix to exchan g e the money for the kids. Guerra hid in the fathers car so he could respond to anythin g that mi g ht take place. Fricke went to Publix to watch from a distance. The father, still on the phone with the caller, was told to wire money to a woman in Puerto Rico. Just before he conducted the transaction, however, the children were found safe. At that point, police told the father not to wire the money.The FBI has been notified.Anyone who receives a similar phone call should notify law enforcement immediately and not try to deal with it alone.Caller sought $1,500 in return for childrenMIDDLE KEYSKeynoter StaffNo bond for Rocklands BlancosAfather and son remain in the Monroe County Detention Center with no bond allowed followin g their arrests early Thursday after the discovery of more than 250 fi g htin g chickens on Rockland Key. The chickens alle g edly used for cockfi g htin g were seized when authorities served warrants on two Park Drive properties durin g a dru g investi g ation.The first search was at 502 Park Drive No. 2, where authorities found Jor g e Blanco Jr., 20. Also found, accordin g to the Monroe County Sheriffs Office, were a shot g un, rifle, hand g un and $3,306 in suspected dru g proceeds, plus a scale used to wei g h ille g al substances. Earlier, durin g the investi g ative phase of the case, spokeswoman Becky Herrin said, detectives saw Blanco walk across the street to 501 Park Drive. They later found 169 chickens there that appear to have been used to fi g ht. They had injuries typical of cockfi g htin g and detectives also located blood in a cockfi g htin g rin g on the property, alon g with several spurs, syrin g es and medication used to treat the chickens. The second search warrant location was 502 Park Drive No. 1, where they found Jor g e Enrique Blanco. Asearch of the home revealed 1.1 ounces of cocaine and $905 in suspected dru g proceeds, Herrin said. Blanco Jr. was char g ed with 52 counts of animal cruelty, and fi g htin g and baitin g chickens. The other Blanco, 41, was char g ed with traffickin g cocaine and possession of dru g paraphernalia.Overall, more than 250 birds combined were found at both homes and turned over to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.Alon g with the Sheriffs Office, participatin g investig atin g a g encies were the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, U.S. Immi g ration and Customs Enforcement and Monroe County Animal Control. LOWER KEYS BLANCO BLANCO JR.Keynoter Staff
Saturday,May 26,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com Big Pine Key, FL 305-872-4272 www.keysdentist.comChristopher D. Golden, D.M.D.Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,American Dental AssociationNow accepting children over 6Our family caring for your family. Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/PhotosFerrer: S. Fla. like whack-a-moleWifredo Ferrer, the U.S. attorney for the South Florida, on Wednesday told a gathering of Keys law enforcement officials that his office is committed to vigorously prosecuting environmental crimes.Ferrer, in Key West at the invitation of Monroe County State Attorney Dennis Ward, was speaking at a luncheon at Trumbo Point. He said the South Florida U.S. Attorneys Office, which takes in Monroe and eight other counties, has one of only two dedicated economic and environmental crime units among all U.S. attorney offices.Helmed by Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas WattsFitzgerald, that office has earned a fierce reputation among would-be violators in the Keys thanks to numerous stiff penalties handed down against convicted lobster-trap robbers and others violating federal fishery laws.Were blessed with our natural environment, Ferrer told the Keynoter. If its not a priority, criminals will destroy our environment out of greed.In April 2011, Rusty Anchor Seafood Inc., a Stock Island fish house represented by Ramon Rodriguez, was fined $500,000 after pleading guilty to illegally receiving, purchasing and transporting lobster, as well as finfish, for resale and distribution. The Rusty Anchor bought lobster and grouper from David Paul Horan Jr., who pleaded guilty to selling more than $30,000 in illegally harvested seafood; he was sentenced to two years of probation and 200 hours of community service. Back in 2009, in an investigation called Operation Freezer Burn, the feds took down David and Denise Dreifort of Cudjoe Key on lobster-poaching charges. He was sentenced to two and half years in prison and she to seven months. The couple also forfeited three vehicles and three boats.Also arrested in that operation were Lower Keys residents Robert Hammer, Sean Reyngoudt, Michael Delph and John Niles. Hammer got two months followed by home confinement, Reyngoudt got home confinement and Delph got 10 months in jail. Niles got probation for testifying against Delph.Ferrer is no stranger to the Keys; he recounted traveling to the Southernmost City with his grandparents, who came to South Florida from their native Cuba.This is one of the last places I was able to travel with my grandparents before they died. Its really a privilege and an honor ... because this community gave so much to me.Ferrer said the Southern District, some 250 prosecutors strong, is the third largest in the country and handles more trials than any other U.S. attorneys office. He called South Florida ground zero for Medicaid and mortgage fraud, identity theft and prescription drug abuse.In response, Ferrer said his office has had great success in prosecution by forming multiagency task forces, drawing from federal, state and local ranks, to target crime.Were at the forefront of the nation here, he said, likening the challenge to a game of whack-a-mole. Ferrer was nominated to his post by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate on April 22, 2010. Before that, he headed the Federal Litigation Section at the Miami-Dade County Attorneys Office.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comLAW ENFORCEMENT Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYWilfredo Ferro,U.S.attorney for the Southern District of Florida,speaks to Keys law enforcement Wednesday in Key West. Seriously...?20%offAll PrescriptionEyewear & SunglassesStop in for theseGreat Savingson ourHUGE Selection! Monday-Friday 9:30 to 5:00 PMSaturday appointments offeredExpires 6/22/12.................. ..................The Optical Shoppe2357 Overseas Hwy, Marathon305.743.8316 Keys get glimpse of private airportKeys officials spent Wednesday in Central Florida scouting the privately managed Orlando Sanford International Airport to see if its management could be a model for the Middle Keys.Marathon Vice Mayor Dick Ramsay joined Monroe County Mayor David Rice, Administrator Roman Gastesi, Airports Director Peter Horton and attorney Pedro Mercado for a daylong meeting to learn the ins and outs of privately managing an airfield.Monroe is considering that possibility for Florida Keys Marathon Airport because longtime Manager Reggie Paros is set to retire next month. Orlando Sanford International has been under private management with TBI Airport Management Inc., an international company, since 1999. It handled 767,000 domestic passengers and 398,000 international passengers in 2010. Thats down from a peak of 1.8 million passengers in 2008.Rice said TBI has invested more than $70 million in Orlando Sanford International and holds a 30-year lease to manage it.Theyre just about to the point where theyll see it coming back in, he said.The fiscal year 2011-12 budget for the Marathon airport is $1.49 million. Revenue comes from contracts with fixed-base operators and carrental companies, and leases for airplane hangars, among other sources.Rice and Ramsay said while they learned a great deal in Sanford, neither expects TBI to respond to an upcoming county request for proposals to manage the Marathon airport.Theyre certainly interested in looking at the RFP. I didnt leave there with the impression theyre definitely going to respond to it, Rice said.Ramsay said he feels the Marathon airport is too small in comparison to Orlando Sanford International to attract reputable private management companies. Marathon has no commercial air service.Ill bet you if you get any respondents based on what we have in Marathon, itll only be one or two and they wont be real solid people. The airport is too small to interest anyone to get involved, he said.Ramsay said that regardless of whether a private firm or a Monroe employee manages the airport, the county must be willing to use airport funds which are separate from taxpayer dollars to make it viable. The thinking regarding the Marathon airport has to be outside the box from what weve done in the past. The county has to be willing to transfer funds back and forth to support things up here such as air shows, trying to get control of our fuel prices and on and on, he said.State Department of Transportation Programs Administrator Dionne Richardson recommended Orlando Sanford International as a model for private management in a March 28 e-mail to Horton. Richardson also noted several conditions for private management:No fixed-base operator is allowed to manage the county-owned airfield.The county must maintain full control of the airport. Private management can run day-to-day operations, but oversight lies with Monroe.Adecision to privatize must be coordinated with the Federal Aviation Administration.The state DOTs Aviation Office must be notified of any changes in airport management.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON
Opinion & EditorialSaturday,May 26,2012 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: email@example.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 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. EDITORIALAs always, be preparedSix-month hurricane season starts June 1, so now is time to ensure you have a planForecasts for this years hurricane season call for a moderate run of named storms in the Atlantic Basin. But few count on those long-range predictions except for actuarial numbers crunchers who work for property and casualty companies. For the rest of us, the old Boy Scout motto about being prepared is the better course to follow for the six-month hurricane season, which officially kicks off June 1. Inside todays Keynoter youll find a comprehensive guide with all the information youll need to prepare your home and property, and develop a family evacuation plan. There are even timely reminders about replacing batteries in portable radios and flashlights. Assume no power and maybe no water for days in the event of a bad one what would you do? In todays guide, youll find helpful advice on what to stock foodwise and what to avoid; how to stay plugged in at work and at home; and the latest in weather forecasting technology. If you want to learn more, you can attend a hurricane preparedness workshop Tuesday at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort on South Roosevelt Boulevard in Key West. Bill Read, retiring as National Hurricane Center Director June 1, will be the featured speaker. Other speakers include Rebecca Jetton, with the Department of Economic Opportunity, who will address hurricane evacuation times. Arepresentative from Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe will discuss insurance ratings for the Keys. The workshop is presented by the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and Key West in conjunction with the Tourist Development Council and Monroe County Emergency Management. It costs $10 to attend. This will be a critical year for hurricane preparedness work in the Keys, as the county, city officials and state agencies finalize a new hurricane evacuation model, which assumes an earlier start to evacuation and wrestles with how phased evacuations play out in the real world as opposed to tabletop exercises. If were lucky this year, the hard work of finalizing the new hurricane evacuation model can be completed as a tabletop exercise instead of a mad scramble should a Category 3 or higher storm threaten to come ashore. This is Day's Restaurant in Marathon in the 1950s. Owned by John and Doris Day (not that Doris Day),it was at 6400 Overseas Highway bayside,now the location of optometrist John Sheldon's office and across U.S.1 from Marathon's movie theater, which was then on 63rd Street.Prior to being Day's Restaurant,it was an eatery called the Big B owned by Biff Crowley.Photo courtesy MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY/EDWIN O.SWIFT JR.COLLECTIONCELEBRATING OUR PAST LETTERS TO THE EDITORGrant appreciatedThe Good Health Clinic was blessed to have been one of the 32 nonprofit organizations in Monroe County chosen to receive grant funds from the Monroe County Sheriffs Office Shared Asset Forfeiture Fund this year. Hats off and kudos to this years voluntary advisory board: Rick Roth, Nick Mulick, Peter Rosasco, David Paul Horan, Elmira Leto, Lynn Mapes and Bill Loewy for taking the time and effort to review all the applications and making the final allocation recommendations to the county commissioners. During the course of the past five years, the Forfeiture Fund has given $2,630,471 back to the community. The Good Health Clinic deeply appreciates receiving the $6,300 grant this year to help us in our mission and quest of providing free health care to homeless and low-income residents residing in the Upper Keys. On behalf of all the recipients, we would like to thank all of the men and women who put their lives on the line daily in order to serve and protect Monroe County residents and visitors alike. Without their dedication and commitment, the Shared Asset Forfeiture Fund would not exist. Thank you for helping us to save lives. The Good Health Clinic, a not-forprofit organization, is the only healthcare facility in Monroe County that provides free medical services to qualified uninsured low-income families residing in the Upper Keys. The clinic is funded in part by Baptist Health South Florida, the Health Foundation of South Florida, Monroe County Commission and the Human Services Advisory Board. The clinic also relies heavily on corporate and individual donations and grants throughout the year in order to continue to provide free services to the community. Kim Sovia-Crandon Good Health Clinic Tavernier Dr.Sandy Yankow checks out the Cuervo family during their annual visit.Get tested for hepatitisIn recognition of Hepatitis Awareness Month, the Monroe County Health Department is encouraging men and women to get tested for the disease. Viral hepatitis is the leading cause of liver cancer and the most common reason for liver transplants. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most of the estimated 4.4 million Americans living with chronic hepatitis dont even know they have it. On May 18, the CDC issued a statement recommending that baby boomers born between 1945 and 1965 get tested in light of the rise in the number of cases reported in that particular population group. For more information on free testing and vaccinations, call 809-5620. Christopher Tittel Spokesman Monroe County Health DepartmentBeware Sombrero crocJust a short note to ask why nothings being said or done about the crocodile that resides one block away from Sombrero Beach in Marathon? Shouldnt it be removed and returned to the Everglades, or do we have to wait until we see a scene from Jaws? Chomp, chomp, chomp! The state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission knows about it but will do nothing. We wouldnt want someones pet or small child to become a meal for this animal. Dave Harlow Marathon Editors note: The FWC responds to crocodiles when they become a nuisance animal. Photo courtesy STACIE KIDWELLThis is the crocodile thats taken up residence near Sombrero Beach. June November 2012This was the Keys just days after Hurricane Wilma in 2005.A slow 2012 season is forecast,but all it takes is one to cause devastation.Inside,youll find all you need to know to prepare. City switches law firmsThe Marathon City Council agreed on Tuesday to stick with City Attorney John Herin as he makes the jump to his new firm of GrayRobinson.Herin told the City Council his last day with Stearns, Weaver, Miller, Weissler, Alhadeff and Sitterson was Friday and that hed joined GrayRobinson on Monday.Herin then requested the council appoint he and GrayRobinson as its new city attorneys. GrayRobinson served as outside council in the land-takings lawsuit filed by Boot Key property owner Joe Nascone. I believe this is a good move for myself and the city. They have a statewide practice that practices in the area I specialize in, as opposed to a small group I was a head of at Stearns Weaver, Herin said of his governmental law background. GrayRobinson has more than 250 attorneys and 10 offices throughout Florida, including one in Key West. Attorney Ed Scales mans that office. The council approved Herins request with little conversation.City Manager Roger Hernstadt told the Keynoter its not atypical for smaller cities to make the jump to a new firm with their current attorney.For continuity and knowledge purposes, the council wants to continue with John Herin and theyre willing to transfer firms to keep him as city attorney, he said.The council approved a similar move in June 2004, when it followed Herin from the firm of Weiss, Serota, Helfman, Pastoriza and Guedes. Weiss Serota was originally hired in March 2000.In other business Tuesday:The council agreed to sell a police car back to the Monroe County Sheriffs Office for $1,200. The city contracts with the Sheriffs Office for police services and therefore vehicles become its property after theyre cycled out of use. Theyre maximizing the life of these vehicles, but by the time they come out of service, theyre pretty shot out, Hernstadt said.The council renewed a permit for the Incredible Fruit Stand benefiting the Educational Coalition of Monroe County for two years. The stand is set up on Saturdays in front of Crane Point Hammock.The city has twice issued six-month temporary permits after the popular weekend fruit stand operating on state Department of Transportation right of way was targeted for closure. Mainland residents Peter and Marie Pittman run it.But it keeps its attorneyBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON City sets $7.5 million priceThe Key West City Commission has decided that if its going to sell cityowned property to the Pier House resort, the price will be $7.5 million. That decree, issued earlier this month, serves as direction to staff to work on the deal. The hefty price tag buys the Front Street property occupied by the Pier Houses Caribbean spa, 22 hotel rooms, conference space and a rooftop deck. The Pier House has a longterm lease with the city for those spaces, initiated in 1965 and good until 2020. The resort pays just $3,600 a year for the prime downtown real estate. Assistant City Manager Mark Finigan framed the issue as whether the city could use the money now for infrastructure purposes, or wait until the lease expires and renegotiate a potentially more lucrative fee structure. Two appraisal firms contracted by the city measured the price if the land and property were to be sold unencumbered by a lease; the value if it went to the Pier House, allowing uninterrupted hotel operations; and the value as a startup, standalone hotel.The Appraisal Company of Key West says those figures are $6.3 million, $3.6 million and $3.2 million. Lighthouse Realty Services came back with $7 million, $4.7 million and $3.55 million.Based on figures maintained by the Monroe County Property Appraisers Office, the land is valued at $2.88 million and the building is worth $3.17 million, totaling $6.05 million. In 2010, voters approved a referendum allowing the city to explore the sale; that process resulted in 2011 with two interests returning bids on the property. They are the Key West Police and Firefighters Pension Board, at $2.1 million, and the Pier House Joint Venture, the hotels parent, at $6.3 million.Thats what it would take for Pier House siteBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WEST The hefty price tag buys the Front Street property occupied by the Pier Houses Caribbean spa, 22 hotel rooms, conference space and a rooftop deck.
Saturday,May 26,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.comStarting over can be difficult but can be necessaryQuestion: Several years back, I bought a business that looked too good to be true. Turns out, it was. Due to a lot of issues, I lost the business and am out a bundle of money. If that werent bad enough, now I cant find a job. Lots of times I never hear from the company, but when I do go on interviews and see the HR director is 30 years younger than me, I can just tell Im not going to get hired. They never come out and say, Youre too old, but thats what they mean. Im only 55 and I know some other women who are younger than I am (one is 45) who are in the same boat. Now what? Answer: Ironically, news reports are saying that many younger people cannot break into the job market these days because so many Baby Boomers are clinging to their positions. Every age has its challenges. The key is to make those challenges work in your favor. How do you do that? Start your own business based on your dream job. As terrifying as that may sound, could your situation get much worse? Looking at the dream job you didnt get, figure out what exactly made it perfect for you. If your top reason was that it made the best use of your experience, expertise and passion, youre on the right track. Be sure to list the qualitative aspects, too: It was in the right geographic area, it had the hours you wanted to work, the benefits were the best and so on. Put them in two columns, want and need, and rank the need items. Having a dream is just the beginning. The key is to go into a new business with as many facts as you can get. Is there a market for your business? (The fact that you applied for this specific job at another company tells you something.) How are other companies doing in this field? Are they growing or stagnating? Do you have local competitors? What are they offering? How could you improve on what theyre doing? Who are your potential customers? Where do they live (physically or in cyberspace)? Do they have the money to afford your product/service? These and the answers to other questions should form the basis of your business plan. Your business plan is what you take to banks or other lenders to get the money together to start your dream business. Go for it. What have you got to lose? If thats beyond your capabilities at the moment, consider some other alternatives: Depending on how desperate you are, take whatever job you can get. You may think thats going backward, especially at age 55, but you gotta do what you gotta do in order to keep body and soul together. Continue to narrow your focus in that particular field youve already identified, satisfying as many of your other requirements as you can. Apply only for those jobs. Give yourself a younger image. This can include everything from how you dress, speak and act to whats on your resume. Dont try to be something youre not, but theres nothing wrong with accentuating your best points. Jackie Harder owns Key Dynamics, a coaching, training and consulting company in Key Largo. She is a graduate of the Core Essentials Program of CoachInc., member of the International Coach Federation and International Association of Coaches. She recently retired as president of the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce. Call 451-9295 or send an e-mail to Jackie@keydynamics.com.Sometimes, we must settle for less than dreamCOACHING CORNER HARDER BUSINESS BRIEFSFinancial Peace starts June 5Keys Federal Credit Union is offering Financial Peace University, a 13-week personal money-management course designed by Tennessee-based Dave Ramsey, a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and an author. Classes begin June 5 at 6 p.m. and will be held weekly at Keys Federals Key Plaza branch at 3022 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West. Class materials are $89 if you sign up by this coming Wednesday. Alimited number of scholarships are available; to apply, visit www.keysfcu.org Financial Peace University teaches how to make the right decisions with your money. Topics include investments, retirement, real estate, college planning, debt collectors and credit reports. Keys Federal says that during the 13-week course, the average family pays off $5,300 in debt and saves $2,700. To reserve a space, call Mary Lou Carn at 293-6500 or send an e-mail to mary firstname.lastname@example.org.Santaguidas top nurse at MarinersRegistered nurse Jean Santaguida has been named Mariners Hospitals 2012 nurse of the year by Mariners Hospital. Santaguida has worked at the Tavernier medical center for 10 years and heads the Oncology Services nursing team. Mariners officials say it was largely her commitment to opening the Oncology Services Department that led to her selection as nurse of the year. In addition to taking an intensive national oncology chemotherapy and biotherapy course, Santaguida was instrumental in designing the private treatment rooms in the Oncology Services suite. Prior to leading the Oncology Services nursing team, Santaguida was a house supervisor and worked in the Intensive Care Unit at Mariners.Official travel season underwayTravelers this Memorial Day and summer season are determined to take their trips but resolved to stick to a budget. Surveys show more people plan to travel this summer than last, despite higher average airfare prices and the threat earlier in the year of skyrocketing gas prices. Destinations and hotels are doing their part to sweeten the deal for out-of-towners and staycationers alike. In Fort Lauderdale, the Riverside Hotel on Las Olas is running a promotion that takes 10 percent off a one-night stay, 20 percent off two nights and 30 percent off three nights. The deal includes discounts at the salon, restaurant, pub and a local ice cream shop. Still, for many travelers like Erica Villanueva, frugal is the word. For her 30th birthday bash, which falls just after Memorial Day this year, Villanueva bypassed the pricy girls getaway to Vegas and New York City jaunt, and chose instead to drive from her home in Tallahassee to stay with family in Delray Beach. By saving hotel costs, she can indulge in spa treatments, shows and day trips around South Florida. She wont be alone. Throughout Florida, more than 1.8 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home between Thursday and Monday, according to AAA. Nationwide, that number is 34.8 million, a slight increase over last year. Areport co-authored by MMGYGlobal and the U.S. Travel Association shows that 64 percent of U.S. adults or about 154 million people plan to take at least one leisure trip between now and October, an increase from 61 percent last year. Theres a very strong interest in travel, said David Huether, senior vice president of research at the U.S. Travel Association. There continue to be concerns with respect to affordability. However, concerns about affordability arent as paramount as they were a year ago. Airfare is up an average of 8 percent over last year, according to the travel planning site FareCompare.com. CEO Rick Seaney said lower fuel prices at the pump havent led and likely wont lead to lower airfare costs. Theres no doubt youre going to pay more, he said. While airfare is taking a bigger chunk of budgets, consumers are looking to cut elsewhere, said Anne Banas, executive editor of SmarterTravel.com. What you are seeing is people looking to save on other big-ticket portions of the trip, she said, like seeking out private sales for hotels or opting for vacation rentals.Destinations are within drive distanceBy HANNAH SIMPSONhsampson@MiamiHerald.com TOURISM SANTAGUIDA Business
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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,MAY 26,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 7B Get a kid fishing A free fishing program and tournament for kids hits the Keys in two weeks.Story, 2B Memorial Day Three events mark Memorial Day in the Florida Keys.Story, 2B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Scary collision ends jamboreeAMarathon High School football player suffered a potentially serious injury during Thursdays spring jamboree football scrimmage and was flown by a helicopter ambulance from the Coral Shores High School field for emergency treatment. The head injury to sophomore Noel Natta and the helicopter landing on the field caused an early end to the match-up between Marathons Dolphins and Coral Shores Hurricanes. Natta was held at the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami overnight, then released Friday morning. All tests came back negative, besides a concussion, Dolphin coach Lance Martin said. After an offensive fumble by the Dolphins, Natta and Joe Lamberson both 6-foot linemen weighing more than 200 pounds dived to recover the loose ball near midfield. They struck each other in a loud helmet-to-helmet collision. Lamberson, also dazed, lay on the ground for several minutes but was able to walk off the field. Natta was conscious and sat up, but trainers had him lie back down when he exhibited signs of a concussion. Marathon and Coral Shores were in a scoreless tie with 1:42 remaining in the first of two scheduled quarters when the jamboree was halted. The Dolphins ran seven offensive plays against the local rival Canes, hitting two long pass plays. Marathon junior quarterback Roberto Perez and wideout Carlos OFarrill connected on a completion of 32 yards. Earlier in the same drive, tight end Patrick Ryan snagged a tipped pass for a 12-yard gain on third-and-10. Marathon also fumbled three times, losing one recovered by Hurricane defensive end Terrill Taylor that ended the Dolphinslone sustained drive against Coral Shores. Coral Shores kept the ball on the ground against Marathon, opening with a 45-yard run by junior halfback Jimmy Rhyne. Eddie Dunn ran for gains of six and five yards, down to the Dolphin 10-yard line. Afive-yard sack by Dolphin defensive end Ian Nuzzo and a big fourth-down stop by tackle Raymond Crespo halted the Canes. Marathon linebacker John Keller and Natta combined to stop Cane power fullback Kodi Roberts on a fourth-and-1 on Coral Shoressecond drive. Marathon and Coral Shores both defeated Keys Gate Charter in a pair of two-quarter games to open the Jamboree.Fins 30,Keys Gate 0The Dolphins dominated Keys Gates Knights, scoring four touchdowns and a safety in 24 minutes of game time. Junior halfback Ian Almadovar gained 145 yards on seven carries, including a 67-yard run that set up a 1-yard score by Ciro Cammaratra. Almadovar also scored from 19 yards, and Cammaratra chased the Keys Gate quarterback out of the end zone for the safety. Dominic Cavett scored from 18 yards and closed with 45 yards on four tries. Ryan turned a pass from Perez into a 43-yard touchdown just before the end of the second quarter. We showed something that we havent been able to do the past couple seasons, that was to produce the long play, Martin said. We have a lot more speed, and a lot of different options of skill players. Our offensive line did an excellent job blocking for our skill kids to be able to generate those kind of plays, the coach said. Keys Gate had trouble with long snaps, which combined with a stout Marathon defense to keep the Knights off the board. Marathon kicker Riley Durkin hit all four extra points and banged several long kickoffs.Canes 13,Keys Gate 0Coral Shores drove the ball consistently in two quarters against Keys Gate but had to overcome three fumbles (two lost). We havent had trouble fumbling all spring, Cane coach Ed Holly said. Well fix it. Kodi Roberts barged for 79 yards on eight carries, including a tackle-breaking charge of 25 yards that set up a sevenyard touchdown run by Juan Casanova. Eddie Dunn ran for 30 yards on six carries against the Knights. Returning quarterback Addison Duma Kenny lofted a perfect pass to wideout Alberto Anderson to finish a 31-yard touchdown. The Cane defense posted the shutout with efforts by veterans including Will Ismer, Tom Johnson, George Jacobsen, Taylor and Dunn. Paul Pauchey broke up a fourth-down Keys Gate pass. We did some good things and made some mistakes, Holly said. But were where we want to be. The jamboree ends spring practice. Fall preseason practice opens in August.Dolphins Natta, Lamberson crash helmet to helmetPREP FOOTBALLBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer email@example.com Keynoter photos by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores fullback Kodi Roberts carries for a gain as Marathon defenders Ian Almodovar (8),Dominic Cavitt (1) and Ciro Cammaratra close in.The rivals played to a scoreless tie before Thursdays jamboree was halted by a potentially serious injury. Marathon blockers (above) Joe Lamberson (52) and Jonathon Rios (51) open a hole for Ciro Cammaratra (3),who tries to elude Cane defenders Eddie Dunn (34) and Jimmy Rhyne (7) in Thursday's jamboree. Dolphin halfback Ian Almadovar (right) breaks free for a long gain during his 145-yard performance in two quarters against Keys Gate Charter.Blockers like Jonathon Rios (51) and Noel Batta (50) played a big role in the 30-0 win. Canes earn athletic honorsCORAL SHORES SPORTSThe spring sports season at Coral Shores High School this year featured a third straight district championship for the girls lacrosse team and a trip to state regionals for the Lady Cane tennis team. Hurricane coaches in all spring programs at Coral Shores recently presented season awards, including: Girls tennis: Ellie Leopold, Hurricane Award; Savannah Koval, most improved; Kelsey Thiele, Impact Award; Katie Fry, coachesaward; Erica Williams, top rookie. Boys tennis: Nick Hortensi, Hurricane Award; Guy Snell, most improved; Sean Anderson, Impact Award; top rookie, Cole Houser; Garrett Munshower, coaches award. Baseball: Senior Awards to Brandon Joyce, Danny Wallengk, Josh Sands, David Bogue, Jordan Izaguirre, Tyler Hudson, Nate Gardner, Hunter OConnor and Rob Lietert. Softball: Jessica Nivens, Hurricane Award; Pookie Del Pino, best defender; Isabella Garcia, best hitter (.417). Boys varsity lacrosse: Kodiak Roberts, Hurricane Award; Jonathon Lindback, top attacker; Gianni Gonzalez, top midfielder; Addison Duma-Kenny, top defender; Dylan Naughton, most improved; Andrew Garcia and Eddie Dunn, top rookies. Girls lacrosse: Cami Lopez, Hurricane Award; Jennifer Doyle, top attacker; Julia Lozano, top midfielder and season scoring record; Elizabeth Roa, top defender; Kaitlyn OLeary, most improved; Amber Hanson and Heather Doyle, top rookies. First team alldistrict: Raisa Santiesteban, Lozano, Lopez, Doyle and Roa. Second team district: Sarah Blackwell, Emily Albury, Diana Harris, Katherine Hamer and OLeary. Boys JVlacrosse: Ben Colmes, Hurricane Award; Frankie Fowler, top attacker; Will Stone, top midfielder; Nate Gasser, top defender; Johnny Keever, most improved; Darren Govan, top rookie; Cooper Hoag, sportsmanship.Awards given to top players in the springBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org
KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,May 26,2012 Living3 events mark Memorial DayThree events will mark Memorial Day, which is Monday, in the Keys. The Key West Navy League hosts a public ceremony from 9 to 10 a.m. Sunday at the USS Maine Memorial at the Key West Cemetery, 701 Passover Lane. Capt. Pat Lefere, commander of Naval Air Station Key West, will lead the proceedings. The Maine Memorial was dedicated on March 15, 1900. It commemorates the victims of the 1898 sinking of the battleship U.S.S. Maine in Havana Harbor. The sinking started the Spanish-American War. Also Sunday, the southernmost chapter of ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education) has a memorial ride starting at 9 a.m. at the Key West IHOP, 3416 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Riders travel to Southern Keys Cemetery on Big Coppitt Key. After a ceremony there, they head to Coconuts on Big Pine Key, then to Saltys and the 7 Mile Marina, mile marker 47 bayside, for an a.m. to noon ceremony. In Islamorada starting at 9 a.m. Monday at the Hurricane Monument, the Matecumbe Historical Trust will hold its annual Memorial Day service. The monument is at mile marker 81.5 and was dedicated in 1937 to honor the veterans and civilians killed in the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935. Irving Eyster, president of the Matecumbe Historical Trust, will give the introductory welcome. The ceremony will include an invocation by Pastor Tony Hammond of Island Community Church, presentation of colors by Boy Scout Troop 914, the national anthem, the laying of a memorial wreath and a benediction. Memorial Day, created in 1868, was originally called Decoration Day. Its designed to honor our military veterans.Memorial ride, ceremonies honor militaryKeynoter StaffMEMORIAL DAY Call goes out forCall to MenSince 1981, the Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter has provided comprehensive services for individuals and families experiencing domestic and sexual abuse. Now its reaching out to men to get involved in the mission. The mission is to reduce the incidence and minimize the impact of domestic and sexual abuse in Monroe County by directing victims to appropriate, effective programs and services and to stop such abuse before it happens. With facilities in Key Largo, Marathon and Key West, DAS is the only agency in the Keys to provide shelter, counseling, advocacy, case management, information and referral, professional training, community education and related services victims of domestic and sexual abuse. In the coming year it expects to provide: Service to at least 500 unduplicated victims of domestic and/or sexual violence. Emergency shelter for at least 200 women and children fleeing violence. Crisis counseling via its 24-hour hotline at least 1,000 times. While continuing to provide its core services, DAS is expanding its efforts to address the external factors that lead to domestic violence through prevention and education. AKey part of that is a 2.5-day training institute with the national organization ACall to Men. Its set for Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort in Key West. Its designed to enhance community engagement and leadership in preventing domestic violence and sexual assault. After going through the institute, participants share their new tools and resources with their families, places of employment, schools and faith communities. The goal is implementing a no-tolerance policy toward domestic violence and sexual assault. Part and parcel to ACall to Men is DAS Gentlemens Circle, launched last month with about a dozen men committed to the ACall to Men philosophy. The shelter hopes to continually expand the Gentlemens Circle so it reaches all the Keys groups, businesses, schools, government, everything. To learn more about A Call to Men, visit www.acalltomen.org. To learn more about the Domestic Abuse Shelter, visit www.domesti cabuseshelter.org. For more information about both as well as the Gentlemens Circle, call Chief Executive Officer Venita Garvin Valdez at 743-5452.Abuse shelter reaching out for preventionSOCIAL SERVICESGroup wants to hook kids on fishingOUTDOORS HomeWindFloodAutoMotorcycle BoatLifeHealthLong-term Disability Umbrella You name it, We got it If you dont 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 WWW.TMIGFLA.COM Island Vision Careis now accepting NEW patients.We are a full service optometry practice that services all ages, from kids to seniors.Monday Friday 9AM to 5PM Saturday by appointment6400 Overseas Hwy. MM 50.5 (next to Herbies)743-2020 2675 Yellowtail Drive Marathon 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050Brian Schmitt Broker/REALTOR(305) 289-6482www .RealEstateFloridaKeys.com We sell more properties than the next 4 combined! 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Registration is mandatory by going to www.sanctu aryclassic.com Families (with kids under 18) that participate in the free Marine Sanctuaries Classic Fishing and Photo Contest, a summerlong contest, have a chance to win one of four $1,000 scholarships and additional prizes. Hook Kids on Fishing teaches casting, fishing safety, knot tying, the tackle box, catch-and-release tactics, fishing habitat and conservation. Its taught by professional guides and other knowledgeable anglers. After the educational portion, the kids will fish. The Hook Kids on Fishing program is a product of the Anglers for Conservation, a nonprofit whose mission is to create a new generation of marine stewards using communitybased angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation science. Additional program partners are the Sportfishing Conservancy, Fish Florida Foundation, Coastal Angler Magazine, Florida Outdoor Writers Association Aylesworths Fish & Bait and Pure Ocean Productions. Volunteers are needed and sponsorships are available. For more information contact Rodney Smith at info@anglersforconserva tion.org, call (321) 7503374 or visit www.anglersforconser vation.org. Or call the sanctuary in Key West at 809-4750.Free program set for June 9 in Key West This is a previous Hook Kids on Fishing program presented by Anglers for Conservation.Its coming to the Keys on June 9.
Saturday,May 26,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Zonta Club of Marathon installed its officers and directors for the coming year at a hat-themed party at the Plaza Grill in Marathon on May 20.They are President-elect Leslie Valant,Recording Secretary Amy Haberman,President Yesenia Ramirez,Treasurer Kris Later,past President Lynn Goodwin,Director Sandy Riegor,Secretary Catherine Dunn,Director Linda Mixon,Director Deb Wonderlin,Vice President Cynthia McPherson and immediate past President Cindy Durkin.Not shown is Director Katrina Wiatt.The club's main mission is improving the status of women and children in the community Joy Tatgenhorst,a representative of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, visits with the children of the St.James Children's Center in Islamorada.She spoke about the Keys ecosystem,mainly about life within the mangroves. HATS OFF TO ZONTA MANGROVE EDUCATIONTraveling with the pet? Plan aheadWith Memorial Day here, can the annual family vacation be far behind? That means many pet lovers will be faced with the dilemma of what do with their pets while they travel. A2009 Travel Industry Association survey indicated that 14 percent, or more than 29 million people, said they have taken a pet on a trip that was more than 50 miles away from home. Traveling animals included cats (15 percent), birds (2 percent) and either a ferret, rabbit or fish (3 percent). But 78 percent of the respondents listed the family dog as the most common traveling pet. The inconvenient change from normal routine doesnt matter much to a dog as long as it is not separated from its family. Dog owners feel the same way. Forty-three percent of pet owners said they feel guilty about leaving their dogs behind. Dogtrekker.com an online site that scopes out petfriendly places to stay while vacationing, recently released results from a 2011 analysis of American leisure travelers that indicates eight of 10 people who bring their dogs along when they travel find hotel policies and amenities important when selecting accommodations. What really stood out was not the numbers of those who travel with dogs, but the reasons why leisure travel dog owners do not travel with their dogs, said David Kendrick, who founded Dogtrekker with his wife, Roxanne. Over 40 percent said that finding dog-friendly accommodations was difficult; a third said that their dogs safety was a concern and over 30 percent said that finding things to do with [a] dog was difficult, Kendrick said.Huge messageThis survey sends a huge message to the lodging industry. The influence of this significant group of leisure travelers is rising and hoteliers should take note of their concern about expensive hotel pet fees and confusion over petfriendly policies, Kendrick said. Ahotel that promotes itself as pet friendly can really mean pet tolerant, and only just so. Many times the staff is really more interested in getting your business than welcoming your pet. No pets left unattended in the room is the norm, said Janet Fullwood, senior editor of DogTrekker. This is because a dog left in an unfamiliar environment can bark, whine, scratch, panic, tear up the furniture or otherwise cause a disturbance, damage property or terrify the housekeeping staff. Some propertiesexception is the dog is crated, she said. Planning for a trip that includes your pet is essential, Fullwood said. The first time my family traveled with our new dog, we patted ourselves on the back for finding a dog-friendly hotel and ended up eating in shifts at a Chinese restaurant across the street when we found out we couldnt leave him alone, even in a crate. Pet sitters are an option during dinner, Fullwood said, but their services can easily cost more than a meal itself. She said that many times, traveling with a pet requires compromise.Travel tipsFullwood provided these tips to help make your travel plans a vacation for every member of the family. Always speak with a live person before booking a hotel or vacation rental that claims to be dog-friendly. Many properties wont accept certain breeds, some have weight restrictions and some allow pets only in their most undesirable rooms. Pet fees can be per day or per stay, so be sure to clarify. Dont take off on a camping or hiking trip assuming that your dog can accompany you on trails. At many state and national parks, canines are restricted to campgrounds. Rules in national forests tend to be more relaxed. To minimize caninecaused distractions on the road, make sure your dog is safely secured in a crate or with a seat belt leash or harness. Familiar food, toys, bedding and other comforts from home will help the animal be more relaxed in new environments. Bring a gallon or so of water from home to minimize stomach upsets, and pack cleanup supplies and old towels for muddy feet. If you allow dogs on furniture at home, bring a sheet to cover beds and couches in hotel rooms. Make sure your dog is microchipped and has an ID tag that includes your cellphone number. Tuck a copy of shot records in your canine travel kit and carry photos, just in case. Always, always pick up after your dog.OUR PETS Photo from PETSWELCOME.COMPet-friendly doesnt always mean just thatMiami Herald
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Observer crossword puzzle SUITABLE EMPLOYMENT Solution in the May 30 Keynoter Crossword solutionSolution to the May 23 puzzle.Library starts Read-a-thon for kidsThe Marathon librarys summer youth program kicks off June 14 with the theme Dream Big to bring out thoughts of starry nights, wishful dreams and childrens creative imaginations. Sessions are at the library, mile marker 48.5 oceanside, from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursdays. Geared toward students in the primary grades, the program features hands-on exploration and live storytelling to challenge and entertain. Kids will meet local wildlife up close with Kelly Grinter from the Marathon Wild Bird Center, experience the wonders of astronomy with science educator Elizabeth Moore, and dig deep into Floridas past with archeologist Michele Williams. Magic, music, comedy and puppets will entertain as well as educate in Story Book of Dreams, a live show featuring favorite book characters who dared to dream big. The library is also calling on all kids to join Marathons inaugural Summer Read-a-thon, an incentive program for students in grades kindergarten through grade six. Library staff will challenge younger kids to read 25 picture books, and older kids to read 750 minutes, over the course of the summer. Those who accept the challenge will win prizes as well as discover the pleasures and rewards of reading. Children can pick up their Read-a-thon folders and get started reading anytime during regular library hours. To find out more, call Mark Giffen at 289-9396 or send an e-mail to giffen mark@monroecounty fl.gov.Its big part of summers Dream BigMARATHON LIVING BRIEFSShelter unveils pet-story contestSafe Harbor Animal Rescue of the Keys, which operates the Marathon Animal Shelter, has unveiled its inaugural Furry Fables story contest. Do you have the absolute best friend you could ask for when it comes to a pet? Write a short story saying where you got your pet and why you think he or she is the most special friend in the Keys. Categories are for kids ages 5 to 7, 8 to 10 and 11 and 14. Entries are due by Sept 1. Include your name, age and phone number. Call the shelter at 743-4800 for more information.Survivors Party set for MondayThe 35th annual Survivors Party, which benefits the Sister Season Fund of Key West, is planned for 4 p.m. until sunset on Monday at the Southernmost Beach Cafe at the far end of Duval Street. The party features the Doerfels family band, a silent auction, multiple raffles, and lots of food and beverages. The Sister Season Fund helps Key West hospitality workers and entertainers when they are temporarily unable to work through no fault of their own.Nonprofit U hosts consultantNonprofit U of the Florida Keys hosts John Dolan-Heitlinger, a former president of Keys Federal Credit Union and now a business consultant, when Nonprofit U members meet on June 14 in Islamorada. Launched in November by representatives from 10 nonprofits along with founder Betsy Keteltas of Key Largo, Nonprofit U offers monthly workshops, training and education for nonprofit organizations in such things as grant writing, fundraising and strategic planning. The June 14 session is from 9 a.m. (networking starts at 8:30 a.m.) to noon at the Postcard Inn at Holiday Isle, mile marker 84. DolanHeitlinger will speak about financial management. Cost is $50 per person or $250 for six people. To find out more, call contact Keteltas at 923-8097 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.Bible camp set at Vineyard churchVineyard Community Church on Big Pine Key has a vacation Bible school for kids ages 3 to 11 from June 18 to 22, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day. The theme is Galaxy Rescue. Contact Georgina for more information at 8723404 or visit the church at 100 County Road, Big Pine.Senior center serving lunchesThe Melvin L. Leavitt Senior Center on 33rd Street in Marathon offers nutritious hot lunches to people age 60 and above every weekday. The menus, which change daily, include items such as broiled beef patties, chicken Parmesan, pork riblets, chicken Florentine, and macaroni and cheese. Included are a vegetable, fruit cup or fresh fruit, milk, bread and butter. For reservations, call 743-3346 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Suggested donation is $2. The program is sponsored by Monroe County and open to all seniors regardless of need. Transportation is available from Monroe County Transportation at 292-4424 for $1 each way. Transport for other areas in Marathon is $2 each way. Its necessary to call in advance for a ride.
Saturday,May 26,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com COME BY BOAT! D D i g y o u t o e s i n t h e S a n d W i t h a F r o z e n D r i n k i n h a n d !M E M O R I A L D A Y W E E K E N D T h e B e a c h I s O P E N W e e k e n d s !F u l l B a r S e r v i c e i n c l u d i n g C O O L F r o z e n D r i n k s L u n c h a n d D i n n e r M e n u M u s i c b y K e n n y C h a n n e l s o n t h e b e a c h VOTED BEST FLORIDA WATERFRONT RESTAURANT BY FLORIDA MAGAZINERegistered now for the 8th Annual Island Grill Charity Dolphin Tournament & Fun Day to benefit the Baptist Childrens Hospital Cancer Center, June 15 & 16, 2012 Registration forms On-line at keysislandgrill.com. E n t e r t a i n m e n t E E v e r y N N i g h t 305-664-8400 MM 85.5 Oceanside At Snake Creek Bridge British comic Sacha Baron Cohen plays the role of a fictitious North African dictator who sets out to address the United Nations.The laughs arent coming in Sachas latest outingThe Dictator, Rated R, 83 min. Now playing nationwide. Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris, Ben Kingsley and directed by Larry Charles (who also directed Cohen in Borat and Brno), The Dictator tells the story of the ruthless leader of Wadiya, a fictional country in North Africa, who wants to develop nuclear weapons. Cohen plays Wadiyas dictator and supreme leader, Admiral General Haffaz Aladeen, who travels to New York City to address the United Nations. Anna Faris (Scary Movie 1, 2, 3 & 4) is Zoey, a hippie political activist with questionable grooming habits who runs an organic food store in New York. Ben Kingsley (Gan-dhi, Trans-siberian, Hugo) plays Aladeens uncle, the rightful heir to the throne in Wadiya, who plots to overthrow his nephew and sell out to the big oil companies. And scenestealing Jason Mantzoukas (Baby Mama, I Hate Valen-tines Day) is the nuclear scientist, Nadal, who is supposedly executed because the missiles arent pointyenough. Based on the previews and Cohens other films, I had high expectations for The Dictator. But about halfway into the film, I realized that something was terribly wrong. This was supposed to be a comedy, but there was no laughter in the theater. It was so eerily quiet that I looked around to be sure there were still other people in the seats. Yes, there were others but, like me, they were not laughing. Finally, almost an hour in, there were a few chuckles and, during the last 20 minutes, there was some real laughter. People snickered at some clever lines and giggled at a couple of very funny bits. In particular, (Kingsley) Aladeens speech at the signing of the new constitution is sharp and brilliantly skewers modern American politics. But most of the laughs were uneasy oh-my-god-Icant-believe-they-put-thatin-a-movietitters. Following the trend in film that aims for the coveted 18-30 year-old demographic, The Dictator is filled with male and female genitalia jokes and sight gags, including a baby delivery that goes beyond gross. Somehow, the sight of two people holding hands inside the womb of a pregnant woman in labor just doesnt seem all that hilarious. Cohen plays the dictator with his usual tongue-incheek irreverencem, but at times it appears that he like most of the audience is not really having a good time. Bug-eyed Anna Faris overacts to the point that her campy role in the Scary Movie films immediately comes to mind. And its hard to believe that this is the same Ben Kingsley who starred in the classic Gandhi. We can only hope that he got a nice fat paycheck. I will admit that I thought Borat was very funny and Cohens recent role in Hugo showed that he also has some talent as a straight actor. So it was a huge disappointment to watch his first fully-scripted film and see that talent wasted. Cohen won a screenwriting Oscar nomination for Borat and is a gifted comedian and writer. But if this is the best he and his writing team can offer, maybe he should go back to the adlib-and-ambush approach that made him famous. One last thing be sure to stay for the credits some of the outtakes are far funnier than the movie.Scripted film falls flat vs. Borat improv FILM WANOUS Florida history recognized at St. Marys BasilicaFor generations of Conchs, the Catholic Church on Truman Avenue has been known as St. Marys or St. Marys Star of the Sea. Starting May 31, the official name changes to The Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea. To mark the occasion, Bishop Thomas Wenski, who heads the Miami Archdiocese, will celebrate a solemn mass for the Conferral for the Insignia of the Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea. This comes after Februarys announcement in Rome that Pope Benedict XVI has designated Key Wests church as one of 72 minor basilicas in the United States. The basilica title is conveyed in recognition of churches with historical and spiritual importance. St. Marys Star of the Sea is the first parish (1851) in what is now the Archdiocese of Miami; its one of the oldest parishes established in Florida, and has Floridas first Catholic School (1868), which continues today. Its both a national and state designated historic site. Bishop Wenski, interviewed back in February, said in a certain sense, St. Mary Star of the Sea becomes the popes parish churchhere in the Archdiocese of Miami. That Archdiocese includes Monroe along with Miami-Dade and Broward counties. How St. Marys got the name Star of the Sea tells a bit about the history of Key West and its role in early trade routes aboard ships plying between the United States, Cuba and Louisiana. Writing in 1851, theSpecial mass, ceremony set May 31 at 7 p.m.LAttitudes StaffKEY WEST Coat of arms for the Archdiocese of Miami:the position of the sand indicates that St.Marys was the beginning of the Archdiocese of Miami.The conch shell is the traditional symbol of Key West. Hurricane Monument hosts Memorial serviceWhen the barometric pressure began to drop on the eve of that Labor Day back in 1935, no one knew the hurricane that hit Lower Matecumbe Key would be one of the three strongest ever recorded in U.S. history. Astorm surge estimated at somewhere between 1820 feet swept over the island. More than 400 people died. And the ashes of 300 are interred in the Islamorada Hurricane Monument, mile marker 81.5. To commemorate all those lives lost, the Matecumbe Historical Trust will hold its annual Memorial Day Service at the monument, beginning at 9 a.m. Monday. The monument was dedicated in 1937 to honor the veterans and civilians killed Sept. 2, 1935 in that vicious storm, which took out a relief train sent from Miami to rescue those in work camps on LowerCommemoration for many killed in 1935 stormISLAMORADA See St.Marys,6BSee Monument,6B
KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,May 26,2012 Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. Men in Black III (PG-13):4:30 p.m. Men in Black III 3D (PG-13):1:30,7:35 and 10:05 p.m. Battleship (PG-13):1:15,4:15,7:15 and 10:10 p.m. What to ExpectWhen YouAre Expecting (PG-13):1:05,4:05,7:05 and 9:55p.m. The Dictator (R):4:40,7:45 and 9:50 p.m. Dark Shadows (PG-13):1:20,4:20,7:20 and 10:05 p.m. Marvels The Avengers (PG-13):4:00,and 10:00 p.m. Marvels The Avengers 3D (PG-13):1:00 and 7:00p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13):1:30,4:00,6:20 and 8:40 p.m. Bully (NR):1:45,3:45,6:15 and 8:15 p.m. Boy (NR):2:15,4:15,6:30 and 8:30 p.m. The Hunger Games (PG-13):2:00,6:00 and 9:00 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 Men in Black III (PG-13):7:00 and 9:30 p.m. Plays through Thursday,June 7th Marvels The Avengers (PG-13):2:00 Daily Matinee (only) Plays through Thursday,May 3st $5.00 AdmissionTavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 Men in Black III (PG-13):1:45 and 7:10 p.m. Men in Black III 3D (PG-13):4:25 and 9:35p.m. Battleship (PG-13):1:15,4:05,7:05 and 9:55p.m. What to ExpectWhen You Are Expecting (PG-13):2:10,4:40,7:20 and 9:50p.m. Dark Shadows (PG-13):1:40,4:15,7:10 and 9:45p.m. Marvels The Avengers (PG-13):12:45 and 6:55p.m. Marvels The Avengers 3D (PG-13):3:50 and 10:00p.m. Keys Movie Times Rev. Sylvanius Hunineq: Since it first shed its light in Key West, Saint Marys Church has, like a star of the sea to the wandering mariner, been a star of hope and comfort in times of despair and sorrow, and a star of joy to those who have lived in its teachings. Now we know the origin of the name. But the churchs history in Key West dates back even further. The first mass recorded in the Southernmost City took place in 1846 by a priest visiting from Cuba. The May 31 mass begins at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in attending should arrive at least an hour earlier to secure a seat. Adessert reception follows mass, with trolley service provided for those who want to share some sweets at Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel, 3841 N. Roosevelt Blvd. For those into history, here are a few more dates of note, courtesy of St. Marys: 1566: Spanish Jesuits came to Florida; by 1567, a mission was reportedly established on Upper Matecumbe Key to minister to the indigenous people who were soon decimated by smallpox and measles. 1572: Jesuit authorities in Spain decided to abandon altogether Florida missions; the few remaining missionaries were recalled to Mexico. The Jesuits would not return again to Florida until 1743. 1743: Two Italian Jesuit priest explorers came from Havana and opened a mission chapel for the indigenous people in Key West. Unfortunately, the Spanish governor was unable to offer them any real protection and ordered them back to Cuba. 1844: Catholics in Key West numbered an estimated 15 families, numbering not more than 100 people (adults and children) judging from baptismal, marriage and funeral registers of that period. 1846: On October 10th, the first recorded Mass in Key West by a priest visiting from Havana. It took place on the second floor of city hall, a two story building, at the foot of Duval Street. The continuing buildup of federal military installations on the island steadily increased the number of Catholics. By 1847, the Archdiocese of Mobile (which included all of Alabama and Florida) sent a newlyordained Irish priest, Father J. A. Corcoran, to Key West. 1850: Under the direction of Pope Pius IX, the State of Florida, East of the Apalachicola River, was transferred from the Diocese of Mobile to the newly formed Diocese of Savannah, Georgia.First mass recorded in 1846From St.Marys,5B Our Lady of Lourdes grotto at St.Marys Star of the Sea is a popular site for the faithful whenever a hurricane threatens the island.A stone monument memorializes Sister Gabriels words from the 1922 dedication:As long as the grotto stands,Key West will never again experience the brunt of a hurricane. Matecumbe and Windley Key. Many of the workers were World War I Army vets, the so-called Bonus Army deployed by the Works Progress Administration. They were housed in make shift camps that did not survive the storm. An evacuation train sent from Homestead washed off the track in Upper Matecumbe Key, adding to the death toll. The Labor Day hurricane killed 408 people, most of them Islamorada residents and the Army contingent that failed to evacuate in time. This 1935 storm still ranks among the top three Category 5 storms to make landfall in the U.S. (the others were Hurricane Camille in 1969 and Hurricane Andrew in 1992). Afew Islamorada residents did manage to survive. Last year, the Historical Trust sponsored a public forum where five of those survivors came back together to share memories of that fateful day and its aftermath. The names are by now familiar to Upper Keys residents: Russell, Pinder, Parker, Pellicer. Barbara Edgar, trust spokeswoman, helped organize last years forum, noting at the time this is a rare opportunity to listen to Joe Pinder, Alma Pinder Dalton, Laurette Pinder Russell, Norman Parker and Charles Pellicer speak in person about the Keys during the early years. The wonderful experiences of island living and the disaster of the 1935 hurricane. Irving Eyster, President of the Matecumbe Historical Trust, will welcome folks to the Memorial Day service, which will include an invocation by the Rev. Tony Hammond of Island Community Church. Boy Scout Troop 914 will present colors. Eyster will give the history of the Hurricane Monument and dignitaries will lay a memorial wreath, sponsored by Centennial Bank, at the monument. The service is open to the public. For more information, call 305-393-0940Storm swept Lower MatecumbeFrom Monument,5BThis Sunday regatta: Whateverfloats yourboatCompeting for best costume honors last year, a team of castaways from the SS Minnow, won the top prize in the Minimal Regatta held at Key West Harbor. This years Sunday, May 27, mayhem on the water, will feature Chris Hibberds team recreating Lewis & Clarks expedition, with help from Sacajawea and a tribe of native Americans. Its all part of the fun for the Schooner Wharf Bars version of a regatta where whatever floats can win. They even have a category for those homemade vessels that dont float. And, yes, its known as the Sinker Award. Captains need not have Coast Guard credentials, but life jackets are required. Teams of six compete for prizes and bragging rights in categories that include Fastest, Best Paint Job, Most Creative, Best Team Costumes, Sportsmanship, and the dreaded Sinker Award. The Open Design category provides teams with a chance to display their creativity and ingenuity, according to Schooner Wharfs Evalina Worthington, while the Kayak designs are built for speed. In addition to barbecue, beer and other beverages, the Schooner Wharf will be serving up music: Michael McCloud & Friends from noon to 6 p.m. Then The Doerfels take the stage with bluegrass, rock and country. The $20 entry fee for each regatta team will benefit the Wounded Warriors Caribbean Cruise (46 Special Forces Group Association). Veterans on therapeutic leave from the Bethesda Navy and Walter Reed Army hospitals in Maryland will enjoy a Caribbean cruise while escorted by members of the local VFWPost 3911. Regatta registration opens at 11 a.m. Sunday, with vessel inspection at 12:30 p.m., giving spectators a chance to get an up close look of the ingenious vessels and team costumes. Acourse demo takes place between 1:15 and 1:30 p.m., followed by a conch shell start by Captain Morgan. Entry forms are available at Schooner Wharf or online at: www.SchoonerWharf. com For more information, call 292-3302.Schooner Wharf event celebrates the homemade KEY WEST The 2011 Minimal Regatta brought crowds of onlookers to Key Wests Harbor Walk. At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort Mile Marker 58,Grassy Key Reservations 289-1554 Credit Cards Accepted The only thing we overlook is the ocean.Open 7 days a week Dinner 4:30 10pm Breakfast 7:30 10am Rack of Lamb Tender...delicious... 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Saturday,May 26,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A Love Retail?Want to work in a fun environment? Want to have benefits including health, vacation and profit sharing? Please fax your resume to 453-9604 or call 453-9144 Seeking PT/FT Day/Night/Weekend Asst Manager/Shift Leader Sales Associates/Office Clerk. Sandal Factory/T-Shirt CityMM 102 and MM 82 A A A A A d / 8661000 ABANDONEDVESSEL NOTICE NOTICEISGIVENTHAT,at SnakeCreekMarina,85401 OverseasHighway, Islamorada,FL33036the followingdescribedvessel 2008SeaDooKXP255 VIN / YDV39557C808was abandoned/found.The propertymaybeclaimedbythe ownerAdrieneConstentine, 1326WestFitchAve.,Chicago, IL60645orbyanyperson havingalegallyrecognized interestintheproperty,by contactingErnestJ. Perroncello,P.O.Box503, Islamorada,FL33036 (305)289-2055.SaleonMay 31st,2012. PublishMay19,26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8791100 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-CP-27-M MiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF CHARLEST.WOOD Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofCharlesT.Wood,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasApril 21,2012,andthelastfourdigits ofwhosesocialsecurity numberare6344,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,Florida33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisMay19,2012. PersonalRepresentative: GingerSnead 2239YellowtailDrive Marathon,Florida33050 A ttorneyforPersonal Representative: RichardE.Warner A ttorneyforPersonal Representative FloridaBarNumber:283134 RICHARDEWARNER,P.A. P.O.Box501317 12221OverseasHighway Marathon,FL33050 Telephone:(305)743-6022 Fax:(305)743-6216 E-Mail: richardrewarnerlaw.com PublishMay19,26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8869600 NOTICEOF PUBLICSALE Thevehicle(s)listedbelowwill besoldatpublicauctionfor cashat FLORIDAKEYS TOWINGINC.,1620Overseas Hwy,MarathonFL33050at 8:00AMonJune19,2012 in accordancetoFloridaStatute Section713.78forunpaid towing&storage. FLORIDA KEYSTOWING,INC .reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 1.SPORTSMAN ULTRALIGHTVIN:250SQSS 2.1996CENTU VIN:CGM02298H596 PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 8880000 MeetingNotice TheMonroeCountyTourist DevelopmentCouncilwillhold theirregularlyscheduled meetingon TuesdayJune12, 2012at10:00AMattheKey WestMarriottBeachside Hotel,3841N.Roosevelt Blvd.(MM4Bayside). TheVisitFloridaKeys Corporationwillalsoconvene duringthismeeting. A llTouristDevelopment CouncilMeetingsareopento thepublic. A DAASSISTANCE:Ifyouare apersonwithadisabilitywho needsspecial accommodationsinorderto participateinthisproceeding, pleasecontacttheCounty A dministratorsOffice,by phoning(305)292-4441, betweenthehoursof8:30a.m. -5:00p.m.,nolaterthanfive(5) calendardayspriortothe scheduledmeeting;ifyouare hearingorvoiceimpaired,call PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8898200 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: PARADISETOWING,INC givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicles on6/13/2012,8:30 amatLot / 25,20220thSt Ocean,Marathon,FL 33050-2710, pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.PARADISE TOWING,INC.reservesthe righttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.All vehicles/vesselsaresoldasis. 1N6AD06UX6C430383 2006NISSAN 2G4WS52M9X1545268 1999BUICK 3FARP1133XR217187 1999FORD JH4UA2654VC000536 1997ACURA JNKCP01D9TT531581 1996INFI PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8911700 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ANCHORTOWING gives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthesevehicles on 06/08/2012,08:00amat 189USHIGHWAY1,KEY WEST,FL33040-5476, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. A NCHORTOWINGreserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. IZEDAAMA9XP028094 1999EASYLOADER UNKNOWN1969 CRESTLINER PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8922700 ABANDONEDVESSEL NOTICE NOTICEISGIVENTHAT, at:22993AnneBonnyLane, CudjoeKey,FL33042,the followingdescribedvessel: ProlineVS1981Fiberglass23 withoutboardHIN PLC20262M81Kwas abandoned.Thepropertymay beclaimedbytheowner:John D.Morris,121CutlassLane, CudjoeKey,FL33042,orby anypersonhavingalegally recognizedinterestinthe property,bycontacting:Mary BethMeyers,22993Anne BonnyLane,CudjoeKey,FL 33042(305)304-0933. PublishMay26,June2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8938200 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: PARADISETOWING,INC givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicles on6/17/2012,8:30 amat202-20thStreetOcean lot / 25,Marathon,Florida 33050, pursuanttosubsection 713.78oftheFloridaStatutes. ParadiseTowing,Inc.reserves therighttoacceptorrejectany andallbids. Allvehicles/ vesselsaresoldasis. 02FORD Vin / 1FMZU72EX2UA28926 96FORD Vin / 1FMCU22X1TUC26922 PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8674600 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF A A THE16THJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION CASENO.2010-CA-433-K BANKUNITED Plaintiff, vs. STEPHENL.HAMMOND; UNKNOWNSPOUSEOF STEPHENL.HAMMOND; PNCBANK,NATIONAL A SSOCIATIONSUCCESSOR ININTERESTTONATIONAL CITYBANK;SECLUDED GARDENSOFKEYWEST CONDOMINIUM A SSOCIATION,INC; UNKNOWNPERSON(S)IN POSSESSIONOFTHE SUBJECTPROPERTY; Defendants. RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoanOrder ReschedulingForeclosure SaledatedApril24,2012,and enteredinCaseNo. 2010-CA-433-K,oftheCircuit Courtofthe16THJudicial CircuitinandforMONROE County,Florida.BANKUNITED isPlaintiffandSTEPHENL. HAMMOND;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFSTEPHENL. HAMMOND;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSESSION OFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY;PNCBANK, NATIONALASSOCIATION SUCCESSORININTEREST TONATIONALCITYBANK; SECLUDEDGARDENSOF KEYWESTCONDOMINIUM A SSOCIATION,INC;are defendants.Iwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashatTHEFRONTDOOR OFTHEMONROECOUNTY COURTHOUSE,LESTER BUILDING,at500 WHITEHEADSTREET,KEY WESTinMONROECounty, FLORIDA,at11:00a.m.,onthe 31stdayofMay,2012,the followingdescribedpropertyas setforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: A PARCELOFLAND LOCATEDONTHEISLAND OFKEYWEST,MONROE COUNTY,FLORIDAAND BEINGKNOWNASWILLIAM A .WHITEHEADSMAPOF THESAIDISLAND DELINEATEDINFEBRUARY, A .D.1829ASPARTOF TRACT13ANDALSO KNOWNASAPORTIONOF LOTS6&7,SQ UARE7,OF SAIDTRACT13, A CCORDINGTOGEORGEG. WATSONSSUBDIVISION, A SRECORDEDINDEED BOOK1,ATPAGE209,OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOF MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDAANDBEINGMORE PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED A SFOLLOWS: COMMENCINGOFTHE INTERSECTIONOFTHE SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF PACKERSTREETANDTHE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF UNITEDSTREET;THENCEIN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTIONALONGTHE SAIDNORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF UNITEDSTREETFOR33.86 FEETTOTHEPOINTOF BEGINNING;THENCE CONTINUEINA SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTIONALONGTHE SAIDNORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF UNITEDSTREETFOR25.36 FEET;THENCEATARIGHT A NGLEANDINA NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTIONFOR72.00FEET; THENCEATARIGHTANGLE A NDINASOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTIONFOR1.00FEET; THENCEATARIGHTANGLE A NDINANORTHWESTERLY DIRECTIONFOR33.00FEET; THENCEATARIGHTANGLE A NDINANORTHEASTERLY DIRECTIONFOR39.22FEET; THENCEATARIGHTANGLE A NDINASOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTIONFOR22.00FEET; THENCEATAANGLEOF 130B33TOTHELEFT A NDINASOUTHERLY DIRECTIONFOR16.92FEET; THENCEATAANGLEOF 229B26TOTHELEFT A NDINASOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTIONFOR72.00FEET TOTHESAID NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF UNITEDSTREETANDTHE POINTOFBEGINNING. A /K/A UNITNO.6OFSECLUDED GARDENSOFKEYWEST,A CONDOMINIUM, A CCORDINGTOTHE DECLARATIONOF CONDOMINIUMTHEREOF RECORDEDINOFFICIAL RECORDSBOOK1560, PAGE1283,ASAMENDED, OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OFMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA,TOGETHERWITH A NUNDIVIDEDINTERESTIN THECOMMONELEMENTS A PPURTENANTTHERETO. A personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateofthelispendens mustfileaclaimwithin60days afterthesale. A A Datedthis25thdayofApril, 2012. DANNYL.KOLHAGE A sClerkofsaidCourt ByShontaMcLeod 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.:10-06216BU PublishMay19,26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 8909700 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2012CP28M DivisionMiddleKeys INRE:ESTATEOF JosephEarlSutton Deceased NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJosephEarlSutton, deceased,whosedateofdeath wasApril12th,2012,and whosesocialsecuritynumber is***-**-2752,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisSaturdayMay26, 2012andSaturdayJune2, 2012. PersonalRepresentative: DorothyAnnIppolito 2387SeminoleDrive Kingman,Arizona86401 LesleyRhyne CUNNINGHAM,MILLERP.A. A ttorneysforPersonal Representative 2975OVERSEASHIGHWAY MARATHON,FL33050-0938 Telephone:(305)743-9428 FloridaBarNo.866016 PublishMay26,June2,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 8942300 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof MileZero Entertainment locatedat 3635 SeasideDrUnit / 405 inthe Countyof Monroe, inthecityof KeyWest,Florida33040 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. RobertDistasi,Owner PublishMay26,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A CommercialElectrician neededforMarathonarea,referencesrequired,drugfree workplace,EOE,contact boballsbrookbellsouth.net EXPERIENCEDPAINTERS Upper&MiddleKeys,must havetransportation&valid license.Salarydependsupon qualifications.305-664-8402 HOUSEKEEPER Mustspeak English.ApplyinpersonONLY: HawksNest,1KyleWay South,Marathon. DrugFreeWorkPlace.EOE. KENNELCAREGIVER A nimalcaredutiesreqd.Must beabletoliftatleast50 pounds.Thiscriticalposition willonlybefilledbya compassionate,caring individualthatlovestowork withanimalsandpeople. Parttimedayorevenings. CallMarathonVeterinary Hospital.305-743-7099 MARINERSCLUBKEY LARGO: WantedPT/FT marinaforkliftoperator/dock hand.Marinaforkliftexperience prefered.Pleasepickup applicationattheMariners ClubGatehouse97501 OverseasHighwayandcallfor appointment.305-853-9777 MonroeCountyB.O.C.C.,Sr. OfficeAssistant,Veteran Affairs,KeyLargo (VAVA008);$24,710.95$34,595.32/40H.P.W.;H.S. diplomaorG.E.D.,2-3years Exp.;E.O.E.Deadline-Open untilfilled.292-4557; hrmonroecounty-fl.gov OUTSIDESALESPOSITION Experienced,withvehicle& validdriverslicensereqd.Full time. Salary&commission. Faxresumeto289-5419. PetSupermarketHiringJune 5&6 PetSupermarketspeaks Pet!Ourgoalistohelpourcustomersmaintainahappyand healthypetbyprovidingthem withexpertiseinpetcare.We areopeninganewstorethis summerandwillbeintownto fillseveralpositions. HIRINGEVENT MarriottBeachsideHotel3841 NRooseveltBlvd. Tuesday,June512pm-4pm Wednesday,June69am12pmresumespetsupermarket.com
KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,May 26,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A LOGO 89873 Error: 1 89873 2 x 3.0 (42.5098) 629462 VARIOUS TOM THUMB>> K0260GENERAL/MISCELLANEOUS A A A A A A RESPONSIBLEPERSON NEEDED -Perfectforretirees! Pickup&forwardmail.Must havest.address.Paidmonthly. angiepeterson30yahoo.com SECURITYGUARDP/T NeededforIslamorada. Pleasecall 305-684-0033 SEWERINSTALLERw/EXP intheKeys.ValidD.L.required. Backhoeexp.aplus.Call 305-743-4245;fax743-4299or emailmike3rdgeneration plumbing.com TACKLESHOP Matureperson lookingforpermanentposition inaverybusyretailtackle shop.Requiresgoodpeople skills,comfortablewith multi-taskingwhileanswering phones.Applyinpersonat BudnMarysMarinaMM79.8 A A BoopkkeeperWanted! QuickBooksRequired SendResumeto88005 OverseasHwy / 10-105 IslamoradaFL33036 BusyLawOfficeinMarathon seekingan OfficeAssistant thatisdetailorientedandcan multi-task.Phoneand computerskillsamust.Part Time/FullTimedependingon exp.Pleaseemailresumesto krishalschuhmacher.comor callKrisat305-289-9397 A A CorporateBookkeeper, Marathon: Resp.fordaytoday financialopsofbusyCPAfirm. Dutiesincl.AP/AR,payroll, bankrec,record-keeping, monthly,quarterly&annualtax reporting,plusafewclient accounts.Min.8yearsexp, professional&accurateteam playerw/can-doattitude.Must havemoreacctingsoftware proficiencythanjust QuickBooks.Exp. w/ThompsonCSA&CBS softwarepreferred.Accting degreeaplus.E-mailresume totarakeyscpa.com Interviewsmid-June.Bishop, Rosasco&Co.CPAs.EOE. A A DAIRYQUEENISHIRINGA RESTAURANTMANAGER in Tavernier.Prev.fastfoodexp. preferredbutwilltrain Mustbe willingtoworknights&wknds. A pplyinpersonat103900 OverseasHwy.KeyLargoor call305-451-4502.Askfor MariaorPaul DAIRYQUEENNOWHIRING F/T&P/T.Day&nt.shifts available.Applyinperson. 92661OverseasHighway, Tavernier,FL33070 EXPERIENCEDHELPONLYBreakfastCookPrepCookLineCookHost/HostessWaitstaffBartenderBusPersonFrontofHouseManagers A pplyinperson: SunsetGrille&RawBar,7 KnightsKeyBlvd,Marathon. IMMEDIATEHIRING DinnerBusPerson/Food Runnerat HIDEAWAYCAFE CallRobert289-1554between 10am-noonforappointment. WORKONTHEOCEAN CabanaBreezesnowhiringLINECOOKSERVERSHOSTESS A pply401E.OceanDr.,KCB.
Saturday,May 26,2012 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A Now accepting applications for:Front Desk Server Security Cocktail Server Banquet Set UpWe offer competitive wages. To apply go to: www .hershacareers.com For any questions please contact Shelby Valles @ 305-433-9937DFWP& EOECome join our great team and take part of our future at the newly renovated: A A LOGOD052 EEO/AA/D/V Drug Free Workplace FDIC Best Bank in Town since 1872 Part-Time TellerQualified candidates will have experience in customer service and be able to work an average of 20 hours per week. Fluency in English and Spanish is preferred but not required. Please apply online at www .BBT .com requisition #380546. BB&Toffers an excellent benefits package including vacation, holiday pay, health insurance (available first day of employment), dental and vision insurance, 401k, and more. A A A A A A A A Make BIG $$$$Bartender, Dancers Servers & SecurityHousing availableMonday SaturdayCall Mr Ford664-4335 WOODYS MM82 A A LookingforaLocal Business? Alsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A LookingforaLocalService? A lsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A PrivateCollectorWants RolexDivewatchesandPilot Watches.OldmodelMilitary clocks&watches. Call305-743-4578 A A GARAGESALEMM74.5B/S Sat.5/26&Sun.5/27,8:003:00.Furniture,clothes,books, householdgoodsandmore. 162VenetianDr. Y ardSale211PearlAve.Tavernier SaturdayMay268AM12.2Minnkota85pdThrust TrollingMotors2000Actioncraft2020Flatsboat$10,000 303-482-7177 A A GreatSelections! Used& almostnewrefrigerators&side bysides.ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.305-393-3238 A A SEEKINGPRIVATELENDER TiredofReceivingLessthan 2%interestrateOnyour CertificateofDeposits?Private BorrowerWillingtoPay6% interestratethatssupported withSufficentunencumbered debt-freeAssets/Collateral. Termsarenegotiableona CasebyCaseBasis. dmakersgate.net or 865-765-5303 A A MARATHON2BR,1 1/2BA, Oceanside.Canalfront,all tiled,C/A,W/D,fencedyard, shed.Concretedock.Oneyr lease,F/L/S.$1275/mo. util 914-522-9092 OCEANFRONTMARATHON Updated3br,2ba,deepwater, forRentorSale.$2500/moor $549K.Hottub.50dock.Tile floors.Avail7/1.732-674-3451 2BR/1BAstilthomeoncanal inUpperSugarloafKey.Avail. immed.$1650/mo,F/L/S. A lLederofPreferred Properties305-304-7359 3BR/2BAMM104O/S Largo Sound.Fencedyard,pets okay,homeownerspark. $2000/mo. util.F/L/S Call516-655-5321 A A GRASSYKEY3/2canalfront home Completelyremodeled Dock,unfurn,EZaccessto Ocean/Bay.Section8OK. Util Incl .$1450/mo.305-216-6300 Marathon 1-2BR,1BA.Approx 600sqft.Flaroom,screened atrium,largeshed.Cableincl. Parkingfor2cars.$950 utils. 305-587-1512.KeysRV A A AMOVEINNOWfrom$275 week.MARATHON.Weekly ormonthly.Fullyfurnished. Allutilities cable&freeWIF I included.305-289-0800 KCB yearlyrental,1bedroom1 bath,groundlevelhalfduplex, fullyfurnished,tilefloors, woodendeckarea.F/L/S. Call305-395-0439 KeyLargo LandingsofLargo 2/2condo 2pools,marina, boatramp,tenniscourts,large carport.$1500/moinclcable. A vailJuly1st.954-214-1751 MARATHON 1BR,1BAinonehalfduplex, $800.F/L/S. CallRemax,743-2300forinfo. MARATHON2/2 Furn.condo.Pool,dockavail. $1,350/mo utils. CallMarcy305-289-6505 C.B.SchmittRealEstate MARATHON/COCOPLUM 1BR,unfurn,tilefloors,pool, dock,W/Davail.$900/mo.Call DD,SchmittR.E,289-6486 MARATHONEFFICIENCY OceanIslesgatedcommty. Furn,Clubhousew/pool,N/S, nopets.Bkgrndchkreq.$775. 386-308-4071;386-467-1966 Marathon-Furn2BRApt. on SombreroBeachRd.Dockage ondeepcanal,sunrm,laundry rm,tikihut,grndflr,2carprking $1600/mo.305-360-4246 MARATHONMM50 Clean, comfortable1BR,1BAtravel trailer.InKeyRV.6momin. $695 util.F/L/S.Freecable. A vailablenow.305-896-2915 MM92.5Tavernier ExtraLarge2BR SecondFloor $1250 Electric 917-589-8334 2006PARKMODELTRAILER FORRENT KeysRVPark.Fully furnished.$600/moF/L/S. 305-731-5042 3BR/2.5BATOWNHOUSE MM88.5,PlantationVillas. Travertineflrs.,granite, stainlessappls.Nosmoking, nopets.$1450/mo.F/L/S. CallEric,owner/agent. 305-393-3706 2BR/2.5BATWNHS MM92 Unfurn.W/D,D/W,cbl.w/wifi. Pool,boatslip.Longterm,no pets,nosmoking.6/1.$1400 elec.Call978-423-9767 A A KEYLARGOMM101O/S BeautifulRoom$160WK, Movein$480.Scrnporch.No Pets,NoSmoking.Private entrancewitheverything. 305-453-0803Leavemsg. YOU HAVE IT.Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in our classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or email@example.com CALLCLASSIFIEDS743-5551 GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551
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