Florida Keys keynoter
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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 06-23-2012
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marathon (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Marathon
Coordinates: 24.726389 x -81.040278 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 31, no. 45 (Dec. 23, 1984).
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .7B Living . . . . . . .2B Business . . . . . .7A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .2A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .2BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 23,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.50 25 CENTS In L'AttitudesSculpture and more go on display at two separate Key West exhibits. Stories, 4B The laughs are felt deep down in this Victorian retellingHysteria, rated R, 100 min., now playing at the Tropic Cinema, Key West The charming film Hysteria is based on true events that led up to the invention of the electromechanical vibratory device or, as we know it today, the vibrator. The producers could have just as easily borrowed the title of the old Beach Boys tune Good Vibrations because that is what the audience will feel after seeing this film. Directed by Tanya W exler, the younger halfsister of actress Daryl Hannah, Hysteria is W exlers third film as director and she does a wonderful job telling the story of Dr. Mortim er Granville and his wildly popular invention. But the movie is not meant to be historically accurate. It is based on true events, but we made it all up, W exler cently. Hugh Dancys love interest, Emily Dalrymple. Gemma Jones plays Lady St. JohnSmythe, who delightfully discovers the pleasures of Dr. Granvilles machine. And English actress Sheridan Smith, in a scene-stealing performance, plays Molly, the prostitute-turnedhousekeeper who is the willing guinea pig for the new devices maiden voyage. To paraphrase a line from TVs Star Trek, she boldly goes where no woman has gone before. At that time, women who were diagnosed as hysterical, a catch-all phrase for almost any female ailment, were given treatments that involved manual stimulation of the genitalia, resulting in a paroxysm that temporarily relieved the symptoms of hysteria. In the film, the manual efforts performed by Dr. leadto hand his repurposed to do the same treatment mechanically. The real Dr. Joseph M ortimer Granville actually patented his machine for the relief of muscular aches and pains. Eventually called a percussor or more commonly Granvilles Hammer, the scene where he and his coinventor, Edmund St. John-Smythe (played by Everett) try to think of names for the device are, pardon me, hysterical The rubby-nubby? The jiggly-wiggly? The excite-tator? Each proposed name is funnier than the last. Originally, the device was primarily sold to physicians but, as it became increasingly popular for other uses, Dr. Granville tried to distance himself from those other uses. However, the genie was out of the bottle and vibrators eventually were even sold in early Sears Roebuck catalogs. But as people slowly realized what those other uses were, vibrators were withdrawn from general distribution and even outlawed in many places. Finally, in 1952, more than 50 years after Dr Granvilles death, the American Psychiatric Asemoved female of gal in many nations around the world, as well as in Alabam a, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Texas, and Virginia. And just a few years ago, the U.S. Suprem e Court refused to hear a case questioning the constitutionality of such statutes, so many of those laws are still in effect. (To be treated to a visual history of the vibrator, be sure to stay for the credits.) W exler does a terrific job of recreating the Victorian era in London and the costumes, sets and locations are all just right. The screenplay by Stephen Dyer and Jonah Lisa Dyer is filled with innuendo and suggestive humor that give the film a sauciness that matches the subject matter perfectly. Hugh Dancy is amusingly befuddled as the lead, Pryce is very proper as the straitlaced Dr. Dalrymple, and Felicity Jones is suitably restrained as Emily. But Hysteria really lights up when Everett and Gyllenhaal are on screen with Dancy. Everett has perfected the droll, deadpan witticism and has most of the good comic lines. And Gyllenhaal plays Dr. Dalrym ples feisty other Charlotte, a chF ee l-g oo d film c a p tu re s th e e ra an d th e h ys te ria Rupert Everett as Edmund St.John-Smythe in `Hysteria.'FILM Alumni show at The Studios through June 29Students whove taken classes with Key West artist Rick Worth have a lot to show for it and some of those works will be on display through June 29 at The Studios, 600 White St. Included in the TSKW Painting Boot Camp in the main hall are works by current and past students. The show will also have some pieces for sale. In addition, art lovers can see pieces done by alumni of the Studios in whats been dubbed the Key W est Alumni Invitational. These are on display in Space 2, which is the second-floor gallery space at the historic building. This show features work by alumni Grace Calleja, Audra Gootee, Garth Holtkamp, Michael Marrero, Jack McDonald, Jackie Sanchez, Andy Thurber, and Debra Yates. They represent graduates from Key West High School 1951-1998 all of whom had an interest in art and pursued careers in the field. The show was curated by Key W est High grad Michael Marrero.Some pieces for sale during gallery exhibitART Brent Thole interprets this Keys scene titled Dolphin Pier. C r a i g W a n o u s KeysFilm Art takes form in natures showcaseThe visual arts get a special showcase through July with 17 sculptures by 10 Keys artists on display at the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. As part of a push for environmental awareness, most of the works on display were created from recycled or repurposed materials. A rtists styles range from abtract to whimsical, realistic to organic. Organizers of the exhibit like to label this the yin and yang of creativity with Mother Nature providing the backdrop and sculptors adding art to nature. The works on display: Jim Racchi: Sky /Water, painted steel; W alking Couple # 2, steel. Lauren P. McAloon: Headress, copper, wood, stone and lamp elements. Katie Truax Alexander: Fusion # 4, reclaimed and new steel with clear coat; Persons, reclaimed bicycle parts. Lois Giffen: Dragon Family, powder-coated steel; Snail Promenade, painted steel. Jiwan Noah Singh: ARC, wood; Mobius, metal; Installation # 1,Botanical Garden exhibit boasts 17 sculpturesART See Sculpture,5B Deal is sealedIncoming Key West City Manager Bob Vitas' contract is tweaked. Story, 4A 2 suing to stop sewer dealTwo Islamorada residents say the village violated state law when it awarded a $93 million contract to Islamorada Water LLC to design and build its system to pipe sewage to a Key Largo treatment plant, and want a judge to void the deal. In a lawsuit to be filed Wednesday in Monroe County Circuit Court, Chris Sante a former village mayor and Joe Ziomek say the process used by the village for procurement of the sewer project has resulted in the wasteful expenditure of village funds and flaunts the letter and intent of Florida law regarding competitive procurement of construction projects.... Specifically, the lawsuit says the village violated the states Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act after it issued a request for qualifications to design and build the system in October 2010. It violated that, the lawsuit says, because, among other things: No legislative rule or ordinance was enacted for the qualification of designbuild contracts. All of the criteria for the evaluation of responses to the RFQ were not included in a legislative enactment. The selection criteria did not include the mandated minority business enterprise criteria. The RFQ failed to notify prospective respondents or the public of the criteria that the village intended to use to evaluate the statements of qualifications.... On June 5, the Village Council approved the contract with Islamorada Water LLC. The company was specifically formed for the Islamorada work by AECOM, headquartered in Los Angeles, and Veolia Water North America, based in Chicago. Veolia was among five firms to answer the initial RFQ, the lawsuit says. Then on July 29, 2011, the village issued a request for proposals to design and build the sewer system. Two firms submitted them: Veolia and Reynolds Water Islamorada. In March, Veolia got the contract over Reynolds. Sante says there is something wrong beyond the allegations in the lawsuit in thatResidents says the village violated state law regulating competitionISLAMORADA Keynoter photo by LARRY KAHNA breakout group on Tuesday gives its input to a Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary staffer during the beginning of the sanctuarys and national wildlife refugesrewrite of their management plans.At the end of the night,the comments were inputted into a database to be used to update the plans.KEYS ENVIRONMENTMessage: Clean waterfirst, closed areas last resortEnsuring clean water flows to the Keys from upstream, expanding law enforcement and setting specific goals based on science are the most basic things the federal government can do to protect the Keys marine environment. That was the sentiment Tuesday at the Marathon Government Center from numerous fishermen, diveshop owners and others. They participated in the first public comment session to update the management plans of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and the Great White Heron and Key West national wildlife refuges. Tuesdays meeting was the start of what is expected to be a three-year process. More than 100 people attended the event, which, after short presentations by sanctuary and refuges staff, consisted of informal roundtable discussions where comment was taken. The comments gleaned from those discussions will be among the bases from which the sanctuary and refuges update their plans. It all starts with cleaning up downstream runoff from mainland sugar farms, said Jason Long, owner of Best Bet Sportfishing in Key Colony Beach. He and others say if water flowing into the Keys were cleaner before it got here, many of the closed marine areas in the 2,900-square-mile sanctuary wouldnt be needed. Put a few more hash marks on water quality, said Byron Goss, co-owner of Big Time Bait and Tackle. With an exclamation point, said Bucky Wile, a tropical-fish collector with Dynasty Marine. There was a broad feeling that if areas do need to be closed, there has to be a better way to manage them. First and foremost is meet the specific goals of the closure, Goss said. For example, the area around Sombrero Light is a Sanctuary Preservation Area; only catch-andrelease fishing is allowed. Snapper thrive but the coral is degraded, meaning, Goss says, the regulation is not meeting its goal of replenishing the entire ecosystem. Chris Bergh, Keys program director for The Nature Conservancy, concurred. He said setting specific objectives for specific areas and meeting them should be paramount. For example, if one area has, say, 6 percent coral cover or seagrass and the goal is to reach 20 percent, close that area with the intention of someday reopening it. Take the pressure off until you get it back to where you want it before doing something else. If you dont reach that goal, you dont move on to another area, he said. If you do reach the goal, open that closed area and then move on. Mike Long, Jasons father, knows the Keys waters well: He was a major with the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission here before retiring. Now he spends his days fishing and diving. He says hes seen little accomplished through pro-Sanctuary,refuges start the process to rewrite plansLARRYKAHNlkahn@keynoter.comSee Lawsuit,2ASee Sanctuary,4ADeparting Tyree is bittersweetAfter two and a half years of trying to right the ship, President Larry Tyree leaves Florida Keys Community College on Monday, making way to incoming President Jonathan Gueverra. Tyree, 67, has served as president of nine community colleges, five of those on an interim basis, much the way he came to FKCC in November 2009 to replace Jill Landesberg-Boyle, forced out by the board after creating what was called by college staff a toxic environment. I knew a little bit aboutCollege chief is leaving after 2 1/2 yearsKEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGECounty possibly in hole for $5MMonroe County Administrator Roman Gastesi says a pair of sizable looming expenditures could make for a tricky budget season this summer. Afirst draft is more than a month away, but Gastesi told the County Commission Wednesday that pending lawsuits involving Medicaid billing and the Florida Retirement System are forcing the county to give itself up to $5 million worth of wiggle room. We have two huge issues and theyre multimillion-dollar issues. Well probably have to have a base issue and be prepared for whatever happens in Tallahassee on Medicaid and the FRS money, he said. Monroe is one of 55 counties involved with aFRS reversal, Medicaid law are reasonsMONROE COUNTYSee Budget,4ASee Tyree,3A By LARRY KAHNlkahn@keynoter.com By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKeynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYLarry Tyree ended his brief Florida Keys Community College career on Friday.By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com


KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,June 23,2012PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8681 SUN.8682 MON.8881 TUES.9081 Forecast: Overcast with 50% to 70% chance of rain & thunderstorms.Winds from SSE at 15 to 20 mph. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.The following beaches have health advisories against swimming: Higgs Beach,Key West. Smathers Beach,Key West. South Beach,Key West. Sombrero Beach, Marathon. Harry Harris Park, Tavernier.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. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSGroup to sue over Keys butterflyThe Tucson, Ariz.-based Center for Biological Diversity plans to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over its alleged failure to protect 10 Florida species under the federal Endangered Species Act. They include the Palatka skipper, a brown butterfly found in the Keys. Associated Press 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 CHAPPELLRonnaChappell August16, 1972-June16,2012. ACelebrationofRonnaslife willtakeplaceatTheIslander OceanfrontResortMonday, June25th,2012from1:00PM7:00PM. Perourbelovedfriends wishes,pleasejoinusinthis celebration.Wearegoingto spendtheafternoondoingwhat shelovedmost,relaxingwith friendspoolside. Inlieuofflowers,donations canbemadetoJudithAllee P.O.Box593, Key Largo, FL. A AHATTANJosephJamesHattan, bornJanuary26,1934,passed awayonApril19,2012in Stuart,FL.Joewasaretired automotiveblacksmithworking sidebysidewithhiswife, Lillian,attheirshop,BeeLine Frame&AxleinWestmont,IL. JoeandLillivedinMarathon, FLfor25yearsbeforemoving toStuart,FLin2004. Joeisaveteranofthe KoreanWarservingintheAir Force.Hewasalifetime memberoftheMoose,Am Vets,AmericanLegion,DAV andVFW. Heissurvivedbyhiswife, LillianR.Hattan,daughters CarolynRomeroofBroomfield, COandDorothy(Bill) McQueenofMarathon,FL; sonsDonald(Chris)Hattanof DeKalb,ILandDennis(Eileen) HattanofJoliet,IL;sistersKaty Gallagher,Ann(Tom) Kavanaugh,Virginia(Bob) Hoerres,andbrothersBill Hattan,Jack(Mary)Hattan, Tom(Barb)Hattan,Larry (Marcia)Hattan.Also7 grandchildren:Theodore, Joseph,Michelle,Andrea, Richard,JamesandAngie;and 2greatgrandchildren:Jessie andCorbin. Hewasprecededindeathby hisparents,JosephandMary Hattan,hisbrother,JimHattan, andhissister,MaryBeth Priban. Amemorialservicewillbe heldattheAmericanLegion inMarathon,FLonJune30, 2012at1:00pm. Memorialcontributionsmay bemadeto:VigilFamily Foundation;3072E106th Place;Thornton,CO80602. AAHATTANJosephJamesHattan, bornJanuary26,1934,passed awayonApril19,2012in Stuart,FL.Joewasaretired automotiveblacksmithworking sidebysidewithhiswife, Lillian,attheirshop,BeeLine Frame&AxleinWestmont,IL. JoeandLillivedinMarathon, FLfor25yearsbeforemoving toStuart,FLin2004. Joeisaveteranofthe KoreanWarservingintheAir Force.Hewasalifetime memberoftheMoose,Am Vets,AmericanLegion,DAV andVFW. Heissurvivedbyhiswife, LillianR.Hattan,daughters CarolynRomeroofBroomfield, COandDorothy(Bill) McQueenofMarathon,FL; sonsDonald(Chris)Hattanof DeKalb,ILandDennis(Eileen) HattanofJoliet,IL;sistersKaty Gallagher,Ann(Tom) Kavanaugh,Virginia(Bob) Hoerres,andbrothersBill Hattan,Jack(Mary)Hattan, Tom(Barb)Hattan,Larry (Marcia)Hattan.Also7 grandchildren:Theodore, Joseph,Michelle,Andrea, Richard,JamesandAngie;and 2greatgrandchildren:Jessie andCorbin. Hewasprecededindeathby hisparents,JosephandMary Hattan,hisbrother,JimHattan, andhissister,MaryBeth Priban. Amemorialservicewillbe heldattheAmericanLegion inMarathon,FLonJune30, 2012at1:00pm. Memorialcontributionsmay bemadeto:VigilFamily Foundation;3072E106th Place;Thornton,CO80602. VIARSJannaze Jan Viars, passedawayJune17,2012. JanwasborninColumbus,Oh, Jan29,1923.Sheissurvived byherhusband,DaleViars, daughterRebeccaBecky Kleindorfer,son-in-lawMichael J.,ofMarathon;sonsBillViars Jr.andDavidViars. DOT: $9M forbridge if you take itMIDDLE KEYS 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 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 COME AND SEEWHAT'S NEWGREEN TAG SALEon Selected in Stock ItemsPLUS 20% Off Retail Prices On Everything Every Day3229 Flagler Ave Key West 294-6292 Cool & Comfortable872-4491Winn Dixie Shopping Center on Big Pine Key.Open 7 Dayslight Cotton Knits Soft Gauzy Linens One of a Kind Jewelry Gifts & Cards Islamorada Water LLC didnt bid, he said. So it cant even be held accountable, adding, Something stinks. Neither Village Manager Ed Koconis nor Mayor Michael Reckwerdt could be reached for comment Friday. In a letter e-mailed to Koconis on Friday, attorney Patricia Silver, representing Sante and Ziomek, asks for a special Village Council meeting to rescind the contract. My clients would rather have the village comply on its own rather than having the court put a stop to it, she wrote. Certainly we do not want more taxpayer monies wasted. Time is of the essence.Sante: Something stinksFrom Lawsuit,1A The state Department of Transportation is dangling an enticing carrot in front of Monroe County, the city of Marathon and other parties interested in preserving the historic old Seven Mile Bridge leading to Pigeon Key. Several local officials told the Keynoter that DOT District 6 Secretary Gus Pego in recent weeks verbally committed 50 percent of the cost (up to $9 million) to refurbish the bridge, which is closed to auto traffic due to structural problems. Pego did not respond to a call or e-mail requesting comment. The catch: The state agency wants someone else to take ownership of the bridge. It wont spend the money if that doesnt happen, County Commissioner George Neugent said. Somebodys going to have to take over the bridge after its done. Theres a cost associated with maintenance and depreciation, he said. Neugent and County Administrator Roman Gastesi said the cost is estimated at a few hundred thousand dollars per year. But Gastesi said it might make sense to take it on because the county owns Pigeon Key and the bridge is the only access to it by land.If the bridge closes down and the ferry service closes down and they cant survive, they might go out of business. If they do, then Pigeon Key is ours and we have to maintain it, Gastesi said.DOTclosed the bridge to auto traffic in December 2007, citing safety concerns. The iconic 2.2-mile span was closed to fishing a year later and is in danger of closing even to pedestrian and bicycle traffic in the future. DOThas funded a $250,000-per-year ferry service since 2007 to bring visitors to Pigeon Key. But it agreed to fund only half that amount this year, forcing Monroe, the city of Marathon and Pigeon Key Foundation to come up with the rest. Wednesday, the County Commission on Wednesday gave final approval to its $87,500 portion of that cost, extending the service through 2013. But it wasnt keen on using taxpayer money to do so in the future.Theyre not too warm and fuzzy about it, Gastesi said.County Mayor David Rice isnt averse to taking ownership of the bridge but says hed consider it only if DOTpays the entire amount to refurbish it. DOTs been trying to give that bridge away for years, he said. The option of going in and spending $10 million of taxpayer money and then consider taking over the maintenance of it is a pretty heavy burden on our taxpayers. Bernard Spinrad, president of the local Friends of Old Seven, said hes working on applying for a grant for the local portion through the National Scenic Byway program. There was $70 million available through it last year, he said. Spinrad has also attempted to seek bricks-and-mortar grant money through the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. He sits on the District III (Middle Keys) advisory committee to the TDC. Were being precluded from doing that because bridges cant be recipients for bricks-and-mortar grants, he said. TDCs very rigid constraints say bridges dont qualify for those funds.Agency would finance half the repairsBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com


Saturday,June 23,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com My concerns. My health. My life. The doctor took time to listen and explain things to me, which was very refreshing. My dad was a physician, and you just do not see this type of treatment anymore. Very good experience!* 91500 Overseas HighwayTavernierCommitted to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence *Quote taken from a patient satisfaction survey conducted by an independent firm. For a referral to a Mariners Hospital physic ian, please call our free Physician Referral Service at 800-228-6557 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays, or visit us at BaptistHealth.net. Homicide charged in mans deathAJacksonville was charged Wednesday with murder in the 2007 shooting of a former Key West man whose body was found along A1Ain Guana River State Park in North Florida. Philip Carl Pomper, 34, was charged with murder in the death of Clark Edwin McWhorter, 31, whose body was found along the highway on Jan. 28, 2007. Pomper told detectives he did not know McWhorter and investigators believe the shooting was an unprovoked random act, according to the St. Johns County Sheriffs Office. Investigators received tips from witnesses that Pomper was involved in the case. McWhorter died of a single gunshot wound. After a motorist discovered his body, it was initially thought he was a hit-andrun victim. McWhorter lived in Key West in the past. On March 10, 2005, Key West police charged him with sexual battery. From court records, it doesnt appear a prosecution ensued. Pomper has convictions for domestic battery in 2000 and 2007. He served 11 months in jail on the two charges.McWhorter once resided in Florida KeysMcClatchy-TribuneCRIME FRONTwhat was going on, he said in his final week on the job. I came with a mentality of being here six or eight months. I had a fairly good clue of what the morale was. I did not have a good understanding of what the financial situation was. In hindsight, perhaps I shouldve asked more questions. We might not have had to go through the ordeal we went through subsequently. In March 2011, the college was looking at a $607,000 budget shortfall for the fiscal year that ended June 30, but fixed that through, among other things, a $33,000 donation from two fundraising board members and one member of the college Board of Trustees; $281,000 from the FKCC Foundation, the colleges fundraising organization; Tyree cutting is $180,000 salary in half; and 78 full-time employees of 97 eligible agreeing to take 5 percent cuts for that fiscal quarter, which amounted to $100,000. Unbelievable, Tyree said. I have said this and I will say it again: I am waiting for somebody to show me in the history of higher education at any level where 80 percent of a group of employees voluntarily gave up at least 5 percent of their salary for a quarter of the fiscal year. Its almost unheard of. It said this college is really, really important to the people of this institution. I knew right then that the commitment, the dedication, the passion of the people here was rare. Ive been some really special places in my career but Ive never seen anything close to that. Under Tyrees watch, the college completed construction of a 100-bed dormitory and opened it to students in August 2011; after the first semester, occupancy dipped, creating an operating loss for the college. I think theres bright skies ahead, Tyree said. Thats not to say its going to be problem-free. The main thing is get that occupancy up. Tyree said the college has received 150 dorm applications, with 98 of those including deposits, for the semester beginning in August. This week, Tyree was working on an annual budget in the $10.2 million range to hand off to Gueverra. Asked what he would stress during the transition to his successor, Tyree said: First, second, third, fourth and fifth on the list are enrollment and corollary implications for the budget. He said Gueverra would likely aggressively go after out-of-county, out-of-state and even out-of-country students, potentially by promoting FKCCs unique marine science and diving programs. Gueverra, 53, is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. He comes to the Keys from Washington, D.C., where he served as chief executive officer of the Community College of the District of Columbia. Tyree said he would leave on Tuesday for his home in Sarasota. He plans to split time between there and a home in Banner Elk, N.C. He has grandchildren in both those locations, and a fifth on the way in Worcester, Mass. I expect to be going from place to place visiting grandkids, he said. Itll be a real bittersweet day on Tuesday when I head back to the mainland.Tyree: Focus on more enrollmentFrom Tyree,1A Marine agencies focus on BUIThe clouds are expected to remain open this weekend, making for a wet Florida Keys, but if youre still planning to go boating, know that extra law enforcement will be out there as part of Operation Dry Water. The U.S. Coast Guard is partnering with other agencies through Sunday for the annual nationwide campaign during which federal, state and local maritime agencies take to the water to educate boaters and raise awareness that it is unsafe, as well as illegal, to operate a boat under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Operation Dry Water, launched by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators in 2009 in partnership with the Coast Guard, puts thousands of local, state and federal marine officers on the water the weekend before Independence Day weekend to give BUI enforcement high visibility. The Coast Guard says recreational boating fatalities last year jumped to their highest levels since 1998 and boating under the influence was the leading contributing factor. Operating a recreational vessel with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher is against federal and most state laws. Boaters caught operating under the influence will have their voyage terminated and their vessel impounded. Additionally, penalties can include arrest, fines, loss of boating privileges even loss of driving privileges.Operation Dry Water this weekendON THE WATER


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We are located at Keys Fishery & Marina on 35th Street,Gulfside in Marathon Call (305) 731-8105 for details and to enroll or email us at floridakeyssailing@comcast.net Fri.July 13,4PM-6PM Sat.July 14,9AM-6PM Sun.July 15,9AM-6PM Fri.July 20,4PM-6PM Sat.July 21,9AM-6PM Sun.July 22,9AM-6PM Session 1 Session 2 KEYSBEACHBLING JEWELRYGALLERYSHOW KEYSBEACHBLING JEWELRYGALLERYSHOW KEYS BEACH BLING JEWELRY GALLERY SHOW at B.J. Roysters Ocean GalleryIsland Inspired Jewelry Handmade in the Florida KeysBy Featured Artists Clara Werner and Connie Faast Drawings, Prizes, Refreshments, Hors doeuvres Saturday, June 23, 2012 4 to 8 PM10% off with $50 jewelry purchasewww.KeysBeachBling.comConnie: 305-684-8997 Clara: 305-942-616881650 Overseas HighwayIslamorada MM 81.6 GulfsideParking available behind Library Stolen boat recoveredThe Monroe County Sheriffs Office on Friday was looking for 30-year-old John Nydam in connection with a boat stolen from Big Pine Key on June 16 and recovered Thursday.The agency says Nydam, from Englewood, north of Cape Coral, and another man on 1990 21-foot Angler were stopped Thursday by a TowBoatU.S. operator near Little Torch Key and confronted with the information about the boat possibly being stolen. The boat took and, after getting to shore, Nydam took off. The other man, not identified, apparently didnt know the boat was stolen, the Sheriffs Office said. Marathon veterinarian Douglas Mader owns the boat, which was stolen from his home on Long Beach Road. Mader says when he realized the boat was gone, he took got the word out via Facebook and with a call to a Keys radio station. When Kevin Freestone of TowBoatU.S. saw the vessel, he texted a photo of it to Mader. After receiving it, mader took off toward Little Torch and arrived at the same time as deputies did, while Freestone and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers pursued from the water. I knew that the word was out there, Mader says. If it was still in the Keys, everybody knew about it. We all sort of converged on the north part of Little Torch Key at the same time. They ran the boat up in the rocks and the one guy gave up. The other guy took off. Mader says there is damage to the boats hull from the impact with rocks and that all the electronics GPS, fish finder and radio were stripped. Detectives are also looking for 22-year-old Amber Rochon, believed to Nydams girlfriend. Anyone with information is encouraged to call 292-7060. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers of the Florida Keys at (800) 346-TIPS or online at www.tip submit.com. Nydam is described as 5foot-9 or 5-foot-10, thin and with a sunburst tattoo on his left arm. Hes wanted on warrants out of Venice, Fla., the Sheriffs Office said.Owner put be-on-lookout on FacebookLOWER KEYSVitas contract tweakedThe Key West City Commission on Tuesday made some changes to the contract negotiated with incoming City Manager Bob Vitas, tapped to succeed Jim Scholl. Instead of giving Vitas use of a city-owned Ford Explorer as originally offered, commissioners agreed to provide a $250 monthly vehicle stipend. Also changed is the amount of notice Vitas would have to give in advance of resigning, from 60 days to 90 days. And instead of a fouryear contract as proposed, City Attorney Shawn Smith is charged with negotiating a three-year deal with an option for a two-year extension. Scholl is retiring from the $180,000 job after five years. Commissioners Billy Wardlow and Tony Yaniz didnt favor extending the same salary level to Vitas at least not immediately but were outnumbered by their colleagues on the dais. Id like to see this guy come in here at a little less, Yaniz said, and lets see what hes got at six months. Were not looking at a guy who is going to pick up and relocate his entire family ... and bring them down here for a smaller salary, Commissioner Teri Johnston responded. Its just very, very risky. Vitas, hired over 79 other applicants, most recently served as village administrator of Lake Zurich, Ill., from 2007 to 2011. He gets 20 days of vacation annually, must live in the city limits and will receive $10,000 in moving expenses. Vitas will start July 16. Scholl will stay on for a brief transition period, turning over signatory and other duties to Vitas on July 27.KEY WESTBattle looming for sewer money?Keys wastewater authorities could be in for a tug of war the next few months over future state funding for sewer projects. Monroe County Administrator Roman Gastesi told the County Commission Wednesday he plans to arrange a meeting of the islandseight sewer entities in an attempt to agree on how the money should be doled out. Meeting in Marathon on May 8, the Florida Cabinet approved the first $50 million installment of $200 million authorized for Keys sewer construction. Approved by the Legislature in 2009, the $200 million was intended to be allocated over four years. But unlike originally proposed in 2009, $30 million went for unincorporated Monroe and another $20 million to Islamorada. That was meant to jump-start the countys $156 million Cudjoe Regional system and the villages roughly $100 million project. Theres $150 million that hopefully will be distributed in the next three years, Gastesi said. The Marathon City Council made it clear in April it isnt pleased with receiving none of the $50 million. It didnt want to jeopardize the grant but argued that it should be rewarded for moving forward on its nearly completed sewer system. At that meeting, City Finance Director Peter Rosasco compared original grant language with the countys newest proposal for allocating the full $200 million. The Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District was slated to receive the most money $56.6 million in equal $14.15 million installments over four years. Next up was the county with $52.7 million, Islamorada ($44.7 million), Marathon ($38 million), Ocean Reefs North Key Largo Utility Corp. ($7.9 million) and Layton ($144,648). Key West and Key Colony Beach werent slated to receive anything because unlike the other areas, theyve had sewer systems for decades. The latest proposal, fashioned during this years legislative session in the spring, has the county leading with $72.8 million over four years, while Key Largo would receive $45 million, Islamorada $34.2 million and Marathon $22 million. North Key Largo would get $2.66 million, Key Colony Beach $200,000 and Layton $100,000. Key West would get $23 million for stormwater work which wasnt included in the 2009 legislation, which is specific to wastewater. All of that, of course, is contingent on the rest of the $150 million coming from the state. On Wednesday, Gastesi repeatedly referred to an acronym, OPM, coined by Mayor David Rice. It stands for other peoples money, a reference to state and federal grant funding for Keys sewer projects. At the end of the day, the OPM should be the same for all the entities percentage-wise, Gastesi said. We took an advance to get these projects kick started, and now the other entities are asking about future funding.Latest formula includes $23M for Key WestSEWER CONTRUCTIONFlorida Association of Counties lawsuit against the state Agency for Health Care Administration and Department of Revenue. The counties hope to overturn House Bill 5301, approved by the state Legislature this past session. It strips counties of the right to dispute Medicaid claims and demands repayment of retroactive bills from November 2001 through April this year. The retroactive bills are estimated to cost Monroe $3.6 million, not including another $800,000 per year moving forward. Meanwhile, Chief Assistant County Attorney Bob Shillinger told the commission that oral arguments are scheduled for September at the Supreme Court on the FRS lawsuit, filed after Gov. Rick Scott signed into law in 2011 mandatory 3 percent contributions to the FRS from all public employees. Fulford ruled that violated the rights of public employees to collectively bargain over conditions of employment. That means if Fulfords decision holds up, Monroe would be on the hook for $1.4 million to be paid back to its employees who gave the 3 percent the past two years. Unfortunately, both of those issues wont be resolved by September and its time to adopt the budget. Its two big unknowns. Im calling it a base budget. I could better call it a whatif budget, Gastesi said. The countys operating budget, approved in September, this fiscal year is $78.1 million. Five million dollars would account for roughly 6.4 percent of that amount. Thats money we could use for other things. Its causing havoc throughout the state. We cant just spend that money; we have to set it aside, he said. The county is scheduled to hold its first budget meeting at 10 a.m. July 26 at the Harvey Government Center in Key West.$5M needs to be found somewhereFrom Budget,1A tective measures of the sanctuary, the management plan of which went into effect in 1997. Im still waiting for the sanctuary to say, This was a success.All you are doing is saying take more, more, more, he said. Dont take any more. Give back some of the areas youve taken.... Were regulated to death. Long also questioned the logic behind different rules in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico for some fisheries, but sanctuary spokeswoman Karrie Carnes noted thats an issue for the federal fishery management councils, not the sanctuary. Public comments will be taken through June 29. Log onto http://flori dakeys.noaa.gov/review/ scoping.htm l.Comment period open until June 29From Sanctuary,1ABy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com


Saturday,June 23,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.comSewer fee could go lowerMonroe County residents expecting to pay a $5,700 sewer assessment within the next year could be in for a break when the County Commission meets next month in Key West. Wednesday, the commission scheduled a public hearing for Julys meeting that would finalize the assessment for the Cudjoe Regional sewer system but it could be lower than expected. Commissioner Kim Wigington was clear shed prefer the assessment be no more than the $4,500 paid by Duck Key residents last year. The estimated $156 million Lower Keys system would cover 7,000 parcels from Cudjoe Key to Big Pine Key. Wigington referred to an earlier public hearing that finalized a November referendum asking voters to extend an existing one-cent infrastructure sales tax for 15 years. That money would be used to fund county sewer projects. We have the money to fund it and make this $4,500. No one can say they were treated unfairly, she said. Senior Wastewater Director Kevin Wilson told the commission that charging $4,500 instead of $5,700 would result in a $10 million funding gap. He explained that the countys planned on a funding model of $50 million if approved from the tax, $50 million from resident fees and $50 million in grants.If we reduce it from $5,700 to $4,500, thats $10 million. That has to come from somewhere else; I dont know where that is right now, he said.County Administrator Roman Gastesi said Cudjoe Regional residents would receive a notice by mail notifying them of the July public hearing. He said he would make the commissions intentions clear. We can say in the notice its $5,700 for now, but it could go down, he said. Commissioner Heather Carruthers told Wilson she wants to know the implication on cash flow if the assessment is reduced, as well as the implication on other county infrastructure needs.We have bridges all over this county that are old, she said.The commission also approved a pair of public hearings establishing inner island and outer island areas of the Cudjoe system.The inner islands are Upper Sugarloaf Key, Cudjoe Key and Summerland Key, for which design is complete and scheduled to be constructed first.The outer islands consist of Lower Sugarloaf Key, Ramrod Key and up through Big Pine. Wilson said that portion of the project is about 30 percent designed. The July 18 commission meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. at the Harvey Government Center in Key West.Now its $5,700, Wigington wants it at $4,500LOWER KEYSAdying breed: VolunteerfirefightersMONROE COUNTY Do you have a birdbath on your property? Please change the water every week to stop mosquitoes from breeding in that water. 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Big Pine Key office is open 7 days a week for your convenience Dave Wiley (305) 942-6210www.DaveWileyProperties.comNotice is hereby given:Por este medio:Norma Jean SawyerAriana CampuzanoCharles Munroe Alberto Barcenas 3500 University Blvd, Apt.911 555 Ocean Way #D833 EisenhowerDr#201 1213 14th St, Lot 227 Jacksonville, Fl 32277Key Largo, Fl 33037Key West, Fl 33040Key West, Fl 33040 Damian CawveyBarrington PattersonYvette FerrerKeith Paquet 1185 20th St, Apt. 20725 H Miriam St301 White StP.O. Box 373122 Key West, Fl 33040Key West, Fl 33040Key West, Fl 33040Key Largo, Fl 33037 You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections, in Key West, Florida, no later than thirty (30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Monroe County Supervisor of Elections 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Se le notifica que se ha cuestionado su aptitud para votar. Usted tiene la obligacin de comunicarse con el Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe en Cayo Hueso, Florida, a ms tardar treinta (30) das despus de la fecha de esta publicacin. No responder tendr por resultado una determinacin por parte del Supervisor de la ineptitud suya para votar, por lo que se sacar su nombre del sistema de inscripciones electorales del Estado. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Published Keynoter 6-23-12 Chelsey Ann Reid'sfamily and friends would like to announce that she has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix. Graduation ceremonies will be held on June 23, 2012. Chelsey, we are so proud of you and wish you the best of everything that life has to offer.. GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTWe will always be here for you (and you will always be our "Little Precious.") Congratulations! The last truly volunteer fire station in the Florida Keys could be going by the wayside. Monroe County Fire Rescue Chief Jim Callahan told the County Commission Wednesday that the Sugarloaf Volunteer Fire Department is struggling to staff its mile marker 17 firehouse. They just dont have the volunteers and havent for quite a while now. Its the last station in the county that doesnt have any career firefighters, but its I hate to say it a sign of the times, Callahan said. Callahan and Sugarloaf Chief Mike Bowden met Friday morning and agreed on a proposal that would see the county staff the firehouse with two career firefighters seven days a week from about 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. The fire station is set up as a 501(c)3 nonprofit and has a six-member board of directors that owns the land on which the fire station sits. Bowden said hed seek approval from the board before the plan moves forward. I agree with Chief Callahan [on] this plan of doing this on a trial basis. I dont see where it could hurt, said Bowden, a member of the board. Bowden explained that the volunteer company is always helped on calls by career firefighters on either Big Coppitt Key or Cudjoe Key. He said up to eight or nine volunteers could respond to a fire, but most work day jobs and cant show up to every call. Bowden said they were toned last year to about 110 calls, including medical assistance, false alarms, illegal burns such as yard or construction debris, and other things. He said members frequently help on calls theyre not toned for if in the area. Part of the Sugarloaf building is in the midst of a $200,000 concrete spalling fix. The county funded $150,000 of that, Bowden said. Callahan said staffing career firefighters on Sugarloaf on a trial basis wouldnt affect the countywide fire and EMS tax rate. Some commissioners raised concern about that Wednesday. On a short-term basis wed probably do it with employees that we have right now, Callahan said. Whatever happens, Callahan was adamant theres no animosity and that the county is not attempting a hostile takeover of the Sugarloaf department. I dont want it to get nasty, but if we dont do something to bring a minimum response, Im not doing my job. I couldnt live with that, he said.Career pros to take over SugarloafBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comJara pulls name from Sante Fe runningJust a week ago, Keys schools Superintendent Jesus Jara was vying to keep his job in Monroe County while also a finalist for two superintendent jobs in two other states. Now those three prospects are down to one. Jara is among four candidates hoping to run the Monroe County School District. His term actually, that of former Superintendent Randy Ace-vedo expires in January but the School Board expects to choose its next superintendent on Thursday. Monday, the Schools Committee in Spring-field, Mass., where Jara used to be an administrator, chose someone else as its superintendent. Jara was one of the two finalists. Then on Thursday, he said, he removed himself for consideration to run the Santa Fe (N.M.) Public Schools. He was one of six finalists for that job. Jara said that after meeting and interviewing with board members there and exploring the community, he doesnt think its a good fit. I pulled my name off the list, he says, noting a lack of opportunities for the kids and family. Jaras wife and three children live in Miami; he goes up there on weekends. So now hes one of four finalists for the Keys job. There had been five but on Monday, Shannon Good-sell, one of those finalists, resigned from his post as superintendent of Talequah (Okla.) Public Schools to head the Casa Grande (Ariz.) Union High School District. The other finalists for Keys superintendent: Thomas Gay, a principal administrator for a Broward County private school. Mark Porter, superintendent of South Washington County (Minn.) Schools. Edward Shine, superintendent of the Rye (N.Y.) City School District. The School Board is set to make a selection on Thursday when it meets at 2 p.m. at the Marathon High School media center. The start date is Aug. 1, with a salary of between $125,000 and $150,000; Jara earns $135,000 annually. This is the first time the Keys superintendent will be hired by the board rather than elected, as voters made the change in a countywide referendum in 2010. Acevedo was the last elected superintendent, voted into office for the second time in 2008. The following year, then-Gov. Charlie Crist removed him following his indictment on officialmisconduct charges. He was convicted of the felonies and has since completed three years of probation. The next two superintendents, Jara, formerly the districts chief operating officer, and Joe Burke before him, were governor-appointed. Burke left last year to head Lee County schools in Southwest Florida.Keys board set to choose superintendentMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com JARABy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com


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EDITORIALObama correct on immigrationLETTERS TO THE EDITORA perfect partnershipSeveral local businesses have helped Habitat for Humanity of Key West and the Lower Florida Keys build houses by taking advantage of Floridas Community Contribution Tax Credit Program, which allows local businesses to make a donation to Habitat and receive a tax credit for the same amount they contribute. The process is easy: Habitat for Humanity gets an appraisal on a completed Habitat project and the business sponsor makes a donation to Habitat for 50 percent of that appraisal. The taxcredit applications are filed on July 1 of each year, and the business receives its refund several weeks later. Volunteers from each business sponsor contribute toward the project for which the tax credit is submitted, making this a wonderful team-building experience for the staff of the sponsoring business. They really get a feel for Habitats mission of creating home ownership opportunities by partnering with our community to build and renovate safe, decent homes. Tropical Shell & Gift sponsored the Habitat home for the Terence and Abigail White family at Bayside Landing on Big Coppitt Key. Terence, a cross-country coach, and Abigail, an artist, will now be able to raise their two boys, Atticus and Archie, in a wonderful neighborhood. Judy Patrick, a housekeeper, now lives with her son Scotty in this thriving neighborhood in a home sponsored by Tropical Shell & Gift. The Sunrise Suites Key West Resort sponsored the home for Sugarloaf School teacher Jessica Caton, who now lives with her two sons, Michael and Aaron, in a Habitat home at Bayside Landing. Pur-chasing this home with a no-interest mortgage has allowed Jessicas family to stay in the Keys. By sponsoring the Habitat home for the Gaitan family, the Conch Tour Train has helped Martin and Mayra remain here, filling important positions in the lab at Lower Keys Medical Center. This tax-credit sponsorship has supported a home for their three children, Byron, Alvaro and Andrea, who are able to enjoy the many benefits of growing up in the Florida Keys. The tax-credit sponsorship from the Conch Tour Train for Fogarty Corner Condominium No. 7 will soon provide a new residence for a local worker who very much needs an affordable home in Key West. The Community Contribution Tax Credit Program is one of the most successful programs initiated by the state. Our local Habitat for Humanity organization is very appreciative of the many local businesses that have partnered with us over the past several years to assist in providing affordable housing for our areas service-industry employees. Susan K. Miller Operations director Habitat for Humanity Key West, Lower KeysYoung, productive noncitizens here not of their volition get chance to prove themselvesGaby Pacheco, Carlos Roa, Felipe Matos and Juan Rodriguez, please take a bow. Thanks to the efforts of these four Miami-area immigrants and Miami Dade College alums, who walked from Miami to Washington to plead their case for immigration reform in 2010, a version of the Dream Act is now a reality. Many other young people from throughout the United States have been involved in pressing their members of Congress for action, but these four took great risks to get their message out. Some of them faced deportation back to their parentshome country and were spared by various legal maneuvers, often with the help of South Floridas Cuban-American lawmakers. President Obama didnt wait for Congress to pass the Dream Act proposal, which has long received bipartisan support but has been blocked by political machinations as tea party activists have hijacked the Republican Party. On June 15, he signed an executive order that would grant work permits to young adults brought to the United States before they turned 16 and who have been in this country for at least five years, with no criminal record. They must graduate high school or serve in the U.S. military to qualify. Its a shame that such a common-sense proposal to legalize the status of young adults who were brought to this country by their parents when they were children and who often dont even know that they are undocumented has not been embraced by Congress. Its a shame, too, that the president waited until just a few months before the presidential election to act. Clearly, there are political motivations on both sides of the aisle. Nevertheless, for the 800,000 or so young adults under age 30 who likely will qualify to stay, study and work in this country through the presidents executive order (though without an automatic road to citizenship at this point), Obamas action means they can finally move forward with their lives and in this nations best interests. America needs young people like Gaby (from Ecuador), Carlos (Venezuela), Felipe (Brazil), Juan (Colombia) and all those from Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico and the like to become scientists, teachers, lawyers, sales clerks and workers in every field. Thats the most selfish of national interests for why the Dream Act makes sense. Miami Herald Tropical Shell & Gift in Key West sponsored two Habitat homes at Bayside Landing on Big Coppitt Key.Money not well spentIts heartening to know that Floridas finances are in such good shape that the taxpayers can afford to pay for Gov. Rick Scotts lawsuit against the federal government regarding voter purges. Wait a minute. I wonder how many state employees have been laid off since Gov. Scott took over. Quite a few, from what Ive read. The governor claimed that 50 noncitizens have voted. Have any of these people been charged with a felony? The taxpayers wait with bated breath, Gov. Scott. Robin Forman MiamiSelf-insurance worksFor insurance reform, we need nonprofit self-insurance. In my last condo, the building president cancelled the hurricane insurance, as the deductible was sufficient to fix our roof and instead asked all of us to pay $2,000. With that money, he bought a CD that could be cashed to fix the roof in the event of a storm. We didnt need it and saved a lot on insurance. Homeowners and condo owners can get together to get self-insurance. Pat Gould MiamiCELEBRATING OUR PAST The schooner Clifford N. Carversinks on Tennessee Reef southeast of Long Key after running aground on Feb.4,1913.The four-mast transport vessel was built in 1900 at the Bath Iron Works in Maine and apparently was based in Matawan,N.J.,with the captain being Robert F. Wells.Photo courtesy FLORIDA STATE ARCHIVES Gentile to get CPAdesignationAfter the launch of an internal probe, Ken Gentile, the Monroe County School Districts chief of staff, is working to gain his license in Florida to be a certified public accountant. Superintendent Jesus Jara this week directed district attorney Dirk Smits to investigate Gentile. On his resume submitted to the district in advance of his April 2010 hiring, Gentile claimed to be a CPAin New York and Florida. According to records maintained by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Gentile has never been a licensed CPAin the state; the New York State Office of the Professions confirmed that Gentile was licensed there from March 30, 1987, until Aug. 31, 1993. Gentile says hes in the process of submitting the necessary applications and fees for licensure as well as tallying up his continuing professional education credits to ensure he can become a licensed Florida CPA. I want to go ahead and get it done and get it behind me, he says. At the same time, I need to talk to the board members. I dont think theres going to be an issue. Jara says the goal of the investigation is to determine whether Gentile misrepresented himself when applying for his job; he was hired to be the internal auditor and served in that capacity until he became chief of staff last month. Its not a good situation, Jara said Friday. Once we know the details, weve got to look at it. Believe me, I hold everybody accountable. Well wait and see what happens. Larry Murray, a candidate for the School Board District 3 seat being vacated by Duncan Mathewson, brought the matter to Jaras attention. When he was a member of the districts Audit and Finance Committee, Murray frequently butted heads with Gentile. Gentile stresses that neither his current or previous job with the district required him to be a licensed CPAor perform work that only a licensed CPAcould do. Roger McVeigh, an Audit and Finance Committee member and himself a CPA, is on Gentiles side: He does not have to or need to be licensed in Florida or any other state in order to perform his job. Whether he inadvertently or intentionally misled anyone on his licensed status in any particular state is a different question only answered by the individual facts and circumstances. As to the facts, Gentile on Tuesday said he is not licensed in Florida to do CPAwork; asked if his resume suggested otherwise, he said, It could. Gentile earns $122,000 per year under a three-year contract.Investigation into earlier claim ongoingMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSCity says no to boat, RVparkingResidents of Key Wests single-family zoning districts, largely in New Town, wont be able to buy permits to park their boats, trailers or recreational vehicles on the city right of way. The proposal in ordinance form, brought forward by Commissioner Tony Yaniz, was defeated Tuesday with a 4-3 vote of the Key West City Commission. It would have allowed vehicles up to 32 feet to stay parked on city streets if the owners paid for a $500 application and in some cases got permission from neighbors or tenants. Yaniz and commissioners Clayton Lopez and Billy Wardlow supported the ordinance. But there was a groundswell of opposition from residents who raised several questions, including what the program would be for moving the parked vehicles in the event of an impending hurricane. And commissioners opposed criticized the lack of an aesthetic measure in the proposal. In other business Tuesday: City Manager Jim Scholl told commissioners that based on an accord with the state Department of Transportation, a railing wont be installed along the reconstructed North Roo-sevelt Boulevard. The state has begun a nearly three-year, $41.5 million rebuild of the main artery into Key West. Initial plans called for a 42-inch-tall railing that many thought would obstruct the water view. Scholl said the negotiated solution would replace the planned railing with a 24inch-wide, 9-inch-tall curb. FDOTsays if we widen that curb ... it does not require any type of railing or fencing or anything. That would be a sufficient barrier. We certainly believe thats a reasonable compromise. Scholl says the curb will preserve the sense of arrival to Key West. Commissioners approved the second, binding reading of a new ordinance, effective as of Wednesday, that lowers residential speed limits from 25 mph to 20 mph. The commission meets next on July 17 at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall on Greene Street.Residents raise threat of hurricanesKEY WEST By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com Opinion & EditorialSaturday,June 23 ,2012* Florida Keys Keynoter 6A Come visit our online photo galleries and submit your own at www.KeysNet.com/Photos


Saturday,June 23,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.comIn the money or debt, theres a card for youCredit cards have come a long way since the 1900s, when gas stations and department stores issued the first ones. You could use them at their locations, but nowhere else. Today, theres a dizzying array available, from prepaid to low-interest to reward cards. There are even ones that can help people rebuild their credit, and some designed specifically for students and for health care bills, including those from the veterinarian. So which is the right one, or ones, for you? The answer, as is true for so much in life, is: It depends. Are you disciplined about spending and plan to pay off your credit card bill each month? Then you should consider getting a rewards card that offers such benefits as cash back, airline miles and/or gift cards. The current top pick by CreditCards.com, a division of the Bankrate Online Network that lets consumers comparison shop for credit cards, is Capital Ones VentureOne Rewards Credit Card. It offers a onetime bonus of 10,000 miles once youve spent $1,000 in the first three months. Thats equal to getting $100 to spend on travel. After that, users get 1.25 miles per dollar on every purchase. The standard rate for reward points is one for every dollar spent, but some cards offer more points for certain kinds of purchases or for certain purchases during a special promotion. Beware, however. While these cards sound great, they often have higher interest rates than other cards. The VentureOne Rewards card, for example, charges zero interest until next June, then the annual percentage rate, or APR, is a variable 11.9 to 19.9 percent. If you dont pay each bill in full, you could wind up paying more for those perks than theyre worth. What if you want a credit card for major purchases that you can only afford to pay off over several months? Check out cards with a low APR. CreditCardGuide.com, another Bankrate property, recommends the Capital One Platinum Prestige Credit Card, which currently offers a zero percent introductory APR through September 2013. After that, it will be a variable 10.9 to 18.9 percent APR.Try transferringIf youve already amassed more credit-card debt than you can pay off in several months, then you should look for a card with a zero-interest transfer offer. CreditCardRatings.com, the website of a for-profit organization that educates consumers about credit cards, recommends the Slate Visa from Chase. It offers a zero percent introductory APR for 15 months on balance transfers during the first 30 days your account is open, and theres no balance transfer fee. After that, the fee for balance transfers is 3 percent of the amount transferred with a minimum of $5. What if your credit score has fallen so low that you despair of qualifying for a credit card? You have two options: a secured credit card, which requires a security deposit, and a prepaid card, which is accepted as and acts like a credit card. It eliminates the risk of running up credit card debit because you pay for it upfront. CreditCards.com and CreditCardGuide.com both recommend Capital Ones Secured MasterCard, which offers free access to its CreditInform program. This gives users such tools as a monthly credit score so they can track how it changes over time. For prepaid cards, CreditRatings.com likes the UPside Visa, which doesnt require a credit check or activation fee. It does assess a monthly fee of 99 cents if $500 is loaded onto the card each month. Otherwise, the fee is $4.95. Students used to be inundated with credit card applications when they were in college. The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, better known as the Credit CARD Act, changed that when it went into effect in 2010.All depends on plans for paying offMcClatchy-TribunePERSONAL FINANCE MARKETPLACE RECENT REAL ESTATE SALESSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 102 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period June 10, 2012 June 16, 2012.Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling Office, AddressListedSoldListedListing AgentSelling Agent Big Pine Key 31715 Warner St.$430,000$455,000 134Dolberry Rlty. and Mgmt./Deirdre Praugh tDolberry Rlty. and Mgmt./Deirdre Praught 29536 Constitution Ave.$429,000$396,00094Island Paradise Prop./D. Hoover, D. BennettSellstate Island Prop.s/Maya ThomasCudjoe Key Picard Ln.$79,200$57,0001,978Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Diane CorlissColdwell Banker Schmitt/Banks Prevatt 21029 5th Ave.$599,000$555,000394RE/MAX Southernmost/Wendy TysonRE/MAX Southernmost/Wendy Tyson 36 Bluegill Lane$130,000$110,000149Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Jim SharpeColdwell Banker Schmitt /Dave Wiley 701 Spanish Main Dr.$140,000$140,000111Waterfront Keys Realty/Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Realty/Trish BrummerKey Largo 938 Topaz Ave.$155,000$149,000704Century 21 Schwartz Realty/Francis ClayBayview Properties/Pete McGlade 460 Lime Dr.$315,000$300,000234Realty World Freewheeler/Kimberly GrayRealty World Freewheeler/Stephen Kurutz 1020 Adams Dr.$525,000$470,000180Marr Properties/J. Leimkuhler, S. HollerCentury 21 Schwartz/Robert Valenzuela land only$6,000$2,000164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$2,000164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,000164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,500164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,500164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,000164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,500164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer land only$6,000$1,500164Marr Properties Inc./Mary PalmerMarr Properties/Mary Palmer 712 Emerald Dr.$118,500$102,500104Bayview Properties/Pete McGladeColdwell Banker Schmitt/Jamie Martin 161 Dubonnet Rd.$1,195,000$1,125,00094Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Keller, PorterShoreline Properties/Natalie Boblitt 1500 Ocean Bay Dr.$119,900$151,00057Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Sally StriblingMarr Properties/Mike Diaz 104500 Overseas Hwy.$389,000$355,00052Century 21 Schwartz/Sal Livoti, Misty PaceCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Laura RobertsKey West 1704 South St.$399,000$305,000577Conch Realty/Dasha RayCentury 21 All Keys/Rose Sanchez 1800 Atlantic Blvd.$298,000$288,000281Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Victor MusmannoReal Estate of Key West/Mike Sullivan 3655 Seaside Dr.$198,900$200,000179Realty Executives Florida Keys/Stacy StahlReal Estate of Key West/Mike Sullivan 933 Fleming St.$799,000$795,000158Marquis Properties Rlty/Rudy MolinetPar adise Real Estate in KW/Victor Heymann 2601 Roosevelt Blvd.$254,000$240,00096ICAMCO Real Estate/William RobbinsICAMCO Real Estate/William Robbins 200 Sunset Harbor$12,500$10,00082Sea Winds Realty/Donald HeislerSea Winds Realty/Donald Heisler 1709 Washington St.$585,000$565,00079Preferred Properties/McChesney, SchmidaMarquis Properties Rlty./Rudy Molinet 2510 Fogarty Ave.$699,000$675,00074Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Barbara CrespoRE/MAX Southernmost/Ken Schultz 3930 Roosevelt Blvd.$179,900$185,00070Island Group Realty/Margarita VillochSouthernmost Realty/Mila de Mier 3930 Roosevelt Blvd.$179,000$190,00058Sellstate Island Properties/Melva WagnerColdwell Banker Schmitt/Lara Rutskin 400 Duval St.$21,000,000 $19,130,0001Pr udential Knight & Gardner/ Knight, GardnerTr uman & Co./Melissa KrabillMarathon 1010 95th St.$599,000$560,000923Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Williams, MartinColdwell Banker Schmitt/Samuel Williams 500-550 63rd St.$325,000$225,000273American Caribbean R.E. Co./Lynn LucasAmerican Caribbean R.E. Co./Lynn Lucas 51 Tranquility Way$251,000$240,00061Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Porter, KellerHawks Cay Resort Sales/Margaret Crowley 815 64th St.$230,000$216,0000American Caribbean R.E./Brenda TorrellaAmerican Caribbean R.E. Co./Stacie KidwillIslamorada 88181 Old Hwy.$449,000$449,000487Century 21 Schwartz/Kathy DenworthColdwell Banker Schmitt/Jan Keller 87805 Overseas Hwy.$429,000$365,000 659Realty World Freewheeler/Kurutz, C ornell Island Equity Real Estate/Holly Hight 152 Airport Rd.$779,000$730,000587Realty World Freewheeler/Lisa FrinsCentury 21 Schwartz Realty/Misty Pace 186 Ridge Rd.$259,000$245,000258Century 21 Schwartz Rlty./Robert SkeelColdwell Banker Schmitt/Carol Brenn 142 Redwing Rd.$859,000$800,000242Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Carol BrennCentury 21 Schwartz/Angelika PridgenRamrod Key 320 Indies Dr.$429,000$415,000120Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa FerringoColdwell Banker Schmitt/Ruth PasqualeSaddlebunch Key 7 Palm Dr.$229,900$225,000207Sellstate Island Properties/Melva WagnerCentury 21 Schwartz Rlty./Audrey RichterSummerland Key 16 Airport Dr.$445,000$425,000 155Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Jim SharpeEx clusively Buyers Rlty./Aileen Kane Bay Haven lots at mile marker 95 King takes chamber reinsThe new president and chief executive officer of the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce likes to talk about paradigm shifts and legacy leadership. Judging by the turnout at Tuesday nights chamber after-hours social, that shift may have started. Randy E. King, who was part of the National Training Council with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, formerly headed a chamber sales force that covered all of the western states and a third of the U.S. chambers. In 15 years with the national organization, he moved up the ladder seven times. His next promotion would have taken him to chamber headquarters in Washington, D.C. Instead, he chose the top post at the Key Largo chamber, a small business group in an area of the country far removed from Kings familiar stomping grounds in Arizona. Why choose to step off the fast train? Because left to choose, King argues the real action is happening with small business, not the corporate rat race that grabs most of the headlines. Author of five books and four audio seminar series, King is a frequent consultant to businesses big and small. He sees the Keys as a special place for him and his wife and their Doberman, Miso. He pulls a Plexiglas cube from atop his desk and shows the five building blocks for success, a theme hes struck many times in lectures and consulting gigs and one he hopes to share with the Key Largo business community. Those key touchstones are knowledge builder, awareness builder, community builder, business builder and bottom-line builder. He cites a frequent mistake made by chamber boards that hes seen up close during his 15 years. They go after 12, 15 things at their board retreats and nothing gets done. You need two or three big things and get them done. Russ Yagel, chairman of the Key Largo chamber board, says the search for a new leader to replace Jackie Harder, who resigned, included some very strong local candidates, but adds that King brought something more to the table. He looked at us like others do, Yagel said, Why would I come to the Keys and spend my money here? The insights King proffered during that interview with the search committee proved the clincher, Yagel said. This circles back to that word paradigm and what King sees happening across the business landscape, and not just in the Keys.How relevant?The old world order is changing, he said. The question for chambers is what relevancy do they bring to the table? King believes he knows the answer, and it focuses on people, who are the true assets of any business or organization, but especially a chamber. On his desk, prominently visible next to his computer, keyboard and phone, sits a list of the Key Largo chamber members. And a ruler. Each day, King calls 10 to 15 members on that list. He thanks them for what they do, for the chamber and for the community. As the author of a best-selling book titled Whats Best for America, King comes to the pulpit naturally. He talks about a friend who heads the chamber in Surprise, Ariz., and the program there that targets teens by giving them tools to overcome adversity in school and life. He co-authored the book Is Anybody Listening? Real Teens True Stories with Vickie Christensen, superintendent of the Mojave Accelerated Learning Center in Bullhead City, Ariz. One of the lessons we all can learn, he said, is to listen more and talk less. He cites an African proverb from Is Anybody Listening?: For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. He believes strongly in the role of mentors, citing his own experience where early in his career, he benefited from the advice and counsel offered by older, more-experience leaders. Im a self-made man, he says matter-of-factly. I still carry around my 1986 checkbook showing a $3 balance. Mentors provide a support system that allows us to succeed. His assignment as head of the Key Largo chamber, King sums up, is to help ignite and foster that same approach for the community and the businesses that make their home in the Upper Keys. One last bit of advice: The little things dont mean a lot; they mean everything. Thats why that ruler and that list on his desk get his attention only six days on the job, living in a new community and facing new though familiar challenges.Big change from national consultant jobBy WAYNE MARKHAMwmarkham@keynoter.comKEY LARGOUse mistakes as educational opportunitiesIf theres one trait most humans share, its hating to make a mistake, to be wrong. Too many times, we will move mountains to justify being wrong or even worse quit trying because we made the wrong choice. The first is a massive waste of energy and the second ignores the wealth of knowledge that comes from screwing up. There is nothing lifeending about saying you messed up. And actually, there is a lot to be said for a sincere apology delivered in person (save emails and voice mail for less emotionally fraught communications). It gives the other person the chance to be magnanimous and forgiving. It gives you the opportunity to clear the air and-allow your relationship to move forward instead of festering with resentment. But please, apologize only for things over which you have control. You may have picked the date for the company picnic, but you had no control over the weather gods who chose that day to unleash a horrific thunderstorm. Trying to dodge ownership of our errors not only looks ridiculous but takes a huge amount of energy that could be better used to figure out how not to make the same mistake again. You can say, I made that mistake because my dog ate something really gross and threw up all night, keeping me awake. Or you can say, I made a mistake and Ill do my best to prevent it from happening again. Here are some other points to keep in mind on the off chance you make another mistake: Understand why the mistake occurred. OK, maybe the dog did keep you from your beauty rest, but how can you prevent it from happening again? If you snapped a loved ones head off because of a work crisis, how can you deal with the underlying issues to keep the error from reoccurring? Avoid making the same mistake. If you want, you can feel guilty about the mistake, but all that does is prevent you from focusing on whats really important: How to keep it from happening again. This is one of those easier said than done bits of advice, particularly when it comes to bad personal relationships. If you keep hooking up with people who are wrong for you and cant stop despite your best efforts, consult a good therapist. (And if the first one doesnt work, keep looking until you find good fit.) Avoiding mistakes at work can be easier because you generally dont have as much at stake emotionally as with a significant other. Is it procrastination that caused you to rush through your task without time to thoroughly check your facts? Is a judgmental attitude preventing you from truly becoming part of the team? Figure out what bad habits are causing you to make mistakes over and over again and youll be well on your way to correcting the problem. Understand that mistakes are a chance to learn and grow. Do it, test it and if it doesnt work, dont just give up. Try something else, as many times as you have to, in order to succeed. One of my personal heroes, Thomas Edison, said it best as he worked to find just the right formula for the incandescent light bulb: I have not failed. Ive just found 10,000 that wont work. Jackie Harder owns Key Dynamics Coaching and Consulting Inc. of Key Largo. She is a graduate of the Core Essentials Program of CoachInc., member of the International Coach Federation and Inter-national Association of Coaches. She recently retired as president of the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce. Call 451-9295 or send an e-mail Jackie@key-dynamics.com with questions about coaching or for a complementary session.Admit them candidly and then move onCOACHING CORNER Business HARDER Randy King moved from Arizona to Key Largo a week ago.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 8A Saturday,June 23,2012 T T h h e e c c o o m m p p l l e e t t e e F F l l o o r r i i d d a a K K e e y y s s n n e e w w s s a a n n d d i i n n f f o o r r m m a a t t i i o o n n s s o o u u r r c c e e .Sugarloaf out as alternative siteAfter an uproar of protest from Sugarloaf School parents, Keys schools Superintendent Jesus Jara says he is reevaluating a plan to place Monroe County School District alternative education programs at the kindergarten-eighth grade campus. At stake are the Academic Connections for Excellence alternative school housed at the old May Sands School in Key West, and the Keys Center Academy all-girls program located in rental space at Florida Keys Community College on Stock Island. The two programs accommodate around 40 students and cost about $1.15 million each year to run; consolidating the programs and moving them to Sugarloaf would save around $250,000, Jara says. He says in addition to the savings, other benefits would be extending alternative education options to Middle Keys students and opening up space at May Sands for the Key West Montessori Charter School to expand. He says Sugarloaf was identified because theres extra space; he pegged the utilization at 60 percent, which I thought was a nobrainer. It seemed to be the community was adamant, which is unfortunate because theyre all our students, theyre all our kids. Its unfortunate the community felt that way about our students. Now were reevaluating it. Well have to work through it. Parent Melinda Cassis, in an e-mail to the Keynoter summed up the viewpoints expressed many times at a Wednesday meeting of the Sugarloaf School Advisory Committee, calling the proposed relocation irresponsible. It has been deemed inappropriate to put these students in with regular high school students. So how would it be appropriate to put them in with children as young as pre-K? I am a strong advocate for alternative schools. They are important and valuable in communities, but to place these schools in an elementary and middle school is irresponsible. Its part of a misconception about our students, Jara says. They need support in the community. The superintendent has got to care about all children; you put safeguards in place in the school to really be able to avoid any problems. These are kids that have made mistakes. We have some Sugarloaf kids at ACE; theyre from their community. He also pointed out that ACE is in the same building as the Montessori charter at May Sands and we havent had any problems. Students are referred to the alternative school for a number of reasons including being chronically truant or disruptive; transitioning back to school from substance-abuse, mental-health or court-ordered facilities; trouble transitioning from middle to high school; or in lieu of expulsion. Keys Center, the allgirls program, takes students who ask to be there, and focuses on many of the same issues, including an emphasis on teen pregnancy and relationships.ACE,Keys Center wouldve moved under Jara planMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLSBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com


Bat bags Rawlings, Easton hung from a backstop Thursday morning at the Clayton Sterling Baseball Complex under gray skies that threatened to spit rain.Nearby, another session of the two-week Cal Ripken League Conch Baseball Academy camp for boys and girls ages 5 to 12 was under way under the tutelage of Key West High coach Miguel Menendez and assistant coach Peter Fraga. It was close to 10 oclock when Menendez asked, Yneed a water break? No.... Yes.... No, came the responses from red-capped youngsters in white Conch Baseball Academy T-shirts. While waiting their turn to hit off a tee in a batting cage, the young players chatted on a bench. Logan Pellicier, blue-eyed and 9, was all about baseball and turned away when a female camper asked him, Is that the only girl you like? Acamp veteran, Logan said Derek Jeter is his favorite player and, in Little Conch Baseball, he played shortstop mostly. Logan, whose turn it soon was, was well-equipped: He wore three shirts, gray baseball pants, high red socks, black Nike shoes and the requisite batting gloves.He stepped into the cage and took mighty swings, blasting a ball off a tee as Menendez (capless) watched. There, thats the perfect swing, your back feet were better, the coach said.Satisfied, Logan left the cage, chugged Gatorade and sat next to 9-year-old Curtis Knowles, who, with a smile, said, Im the best baseball player here. When the water break at last came, Menendez said the camp which costs $150 for two weeks and $100 for a week is in its sixth or seventh year. Some of our high-school kids came from this camp, he said. Its challenging at times, he went on, because some kids are more attentive than others. We try to teach them like we do the highschool kids. This helps me be a better coach. The campers, about 50 of them, took a break to pose for a group photo, then went back to work. The youngest ones belted tennis balls off a tee set up in the outfield as Fraga offered pointers.Logan, with the older kids, was soon back in the cage taking some serious hacks. He and Menendezs son, Miguel, will be at it again next week, this time at a camp at the University of South Florida.Logan said he wasnt sure what the strongest part of his game was, but he was certain about one thing: I dont want to talk about girls. Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 23,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 7B Paradise at home We all know we live in paradise,but you can create your own personal garden paradise,as well.Story, 3B Pets on the move A Big Pine pilots passion for rescuing unwanted pets hits a milestone:Rex the dog mix is No.1,000.Story, 2B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Diamond campers hone their skillsNo distractions as theyre put through pacesBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST BASEBALLPhoto by BERT BUDDELogan Pellicier,9,takes a cut during the Conch Baseball Academy camp on Thursday.Gator Club derby rescheduledOrganizers have rescheduled the Key West Gator Club Dolphin Derby, originally set for this weekend, for July 13 to 15.During the popular tournament, anglers targeting dolphin fish can compete for more than $25,000 in guaranteed cash, prizes and marine artwork. Events are headquartered at the Oceanside Marina, 5950 Peninsula Ave.The boat team with the largest aggregate weight in dolphin during the derbys two fishing days will take home a grand prize of $4,000 cash. The secondplace team will earn $2,000, while $1,000 awaits the third-place finishers.Individuals in the tournaments divisions for male, female and junior participants can compete for artwork, prizes and cash totaling more than $18,000. The angler who catches the single largest dolphin is to receive a cash prize of $1,500. Team and individual winners receive framed art by leading American marine painters. Featured artists are Don Ray, Carey Chen, K.C. Scott and Jason Mathias. The tournament kicks off with a final registration, reception and captains meeting beginning at 6 p.m. July 13 at the Oceanside Marina.Fishing is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. the following two days, with weigh-ins at Oceanside until 5:30 p.m. each day. Each angler is allowed to enter one qualifying fish on each fishing day.Atournament dinner is set for July 14 at the marina. July 15s post-fishing schedule includes a cocktail reception, dinner and awards ceremony beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel, 3841 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Entry fees are $150 per adult angler and $75 per junior angler under age 14. Proceeds benefit Gator Club scholarship funds for local students attending the University of Florida. For more, call 304-7674.Dolphin tourney is now planned for July 13-15KEY WEST FISHING Nute wins Womens Spring FlyThe Womens Spring Fly Tarpon Classic returned to Islamorada after a two-year absence and when all was said and done on June 13, Heidi Nute of Islamorada was named grand champion.She fished the three-day tournament out of the Lorelei and Islamorada Fishing Club with Capt. Rob Fordyce. The team had four releases, including three on the final day.First runner-up was the team of Nadine Smith of Laguna Vista, Texas, and Capt. Scott Collins with one release on Day 2. Second runner-up was the team of Kathryn Hoar of Hanover, Pa., and Capt. Randy Stallings with one release on Day 3. Smith/Collins placed ahead of Hoar/Stallings based on releasing their fish first.Each day, the anglers and guides departed from the dock at 6 a.m. and fished until lines out at 3 p.m. Conditions were windy the first two days but the weather was beautiful on the third. Nute received an aquablue crystal bowl courtesy of The Crystal Touch and a custom fly reel courtesy of Kapusta Reels. The first and second runner-up anglers also received crystal vases from The Crystal Touch and a Kodak Playsport Camera and tarpon bracelet courtesy of Anisa Stewart. The top three guides received a custom metal tarpon sculpture courtesy of Fishbone Design and framed tarpon photos courtesy of Pat Ford Photography.Fordyce guides her to four tarpon releasesISLAMORADA FISHINGHeidi Nute and Capt.Rob Fordyce show off their winnings. Big cash on the line in marlin tourneyAnglers targeting marlin and other fish are to compete for $50,000 in guaranteed cash prizes in the 2012 Drambuie Key West Marlin Tournament, scheduled July 18 to 21.The tournament is held in conjunction with Key Wests July 17-22 Hemingway Days celebration. Author and sportsman Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West throughout the 1930s, spending his leisure time fishing for big game offshore.The team that accumulates the most points for blue marlin, white marlin and spearfish during the tournaments three fishing days earns $25,000, while secondand third-place prizes are $10,000 and $5,000, respectively. Teams also can enter one fun fish (dolphin, tuna, wahoo or released sailfish) per boat per day for additional points. Marlin must be tagged and released unless their weight exceeds 600 pounds. Marlin division competitors can pay an additional fee to compete for $10,000 in the fun fish division. Cash prizes await anglers who catch the three heaviest dolphin, three heaviest tuna (yellowfin, blackfin and skipjack) and three heaviest wahoo.The Key West Marlin Tournament is to begin with a 4 to 6 p.m. final registration July 18 at the Conch Republic Seafood Co., 631 Greene St. Acaptains meeting, auction and raffle are to follow.Fishing is set for 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 19 and 20 and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 21. Weigh-ins are scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m. the first two days and 3 to 5 p.m. the final day at the Conch Republic Seafood docks. Tournament social events include cocktail parties, an island pig roast, a fish fry and Saturday nights awards banquet. Entry fees are $1,800 per boat for two anglers to compete in the marlin division and attend tournament social events. Entry in the fun fish division is an additional $300 per boat. For more, go to www .KeyWestMarlin.com or call 292-2710.First place means pay day of $25,000KEY WEST FISHING


KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,June 23,2012 Crossword solutionSolution to the June 20 puzzle. LivingBig Pine man rescues 1,000th animalOn a recent June day, Jeff Bennett flew his fourseat plane from where he keeps it at Florida Keys Marathon Airport past some angry thunderclouds to the fertile hills of Greenville, Ala. His mission: To save 23 dogs destined for death row. Bennett, a 53-year-old retired businessman who lives on Big Pine Key, donates his time, fuel and plane to Pilots N Paws, a South Carolina-based charity that enlists smallplane pilots to transport animals from overcrowded shelters that have high euthanasia rates to foster homes, rescue groups and less-crowded shelters that dont kill the animals. Bennetts been airlifting animals for more than three years. Hes a dog lover; he has four of his own, including one that he adopted after a flight. Hes carried mostly dogs, some cats, the occasional snake and, once, a potbellied pig earning his small Cirrus aircraft the nickname All Species Airways around the Pilots N Paws community. But this month was special. On the Greenville trip, Bennett picked up his 1,000th animal. This is a mile marker, said Bennett, who had a pointy party hat decorated with pirates picked out for the special canine. Its a number few of Pilots N Paws2,800 volunteer pilots reach, said Deborah Boies, the groups president and cofounder. We have only one other pilot who has accomplished that goal, said Boies. Its extremely unique. He is truly one of the most dedicated people to Pilots N Paws. The dogs arrived soon after Bennett landed at the small, one-runway airport. They were in two vans, crowded into cages. Some barked and others trembled with fear. A small army of volunteers stood by to help Bennett transfer the dogs into his empty crates. OK everybody, if one of the dogs gets loose, dont chase it, get down on the ground and just call it to you, said Rebecca Harshman, a volunteer in Alabama who fosters dogs and helps ferry animals to the airport if a Pilots N Paws flight arrives. One by one, paperwork was checked, photos were snapped with Bennett in front of the plane and then the dogs were loaded into a crate and into the plane. Bennett had taken out two of his planes four seats to accommodate all the dogs; even then, an extra puppy had to ride on the lap of a reporter back to Florida. It was decided that Rex, a floppy-eared, mixedbreed puppy, was Bennetts 1,000th animal. He kissed the pups snout and hugged him tight. Soon after, the plane took off, bound for Florida. The dogs barked during the ascent, then grew quiet. Bennett stopped in Lakeland and Naples to unload the dogs, who were greeted by new volunteers that would give them new homes.Bennett flies the southeast in his CirrusBy TAMARA LUSHAssociated PressOUR PETS A mixed breed puppy peers out of his cage while sitting in Jeff Bennetts airplane in Greenville,Ala.,on June 15 Across 1Pay to see cards 5He played Senator Vinick on The West Wing 9Ma! (Hes Making Eyes __):1921 song 13Urge forward 18B&O part 19Mistake 21Marina feature 22Mazda two-seater 23Not a waste of time carving? 26Anti-apartheid author Alan 27Art in a park 28Noticed 29Union chapter 31Star Trekspinoff, briefly 32Alway 33Jupiter,to Saturn 34Tendency toward disorder 36Tinker Bells blabbing? 42Screenplays 45Not __ eye in ... 46Busy IRS mo. 47__ Team 50Frome of fiction 51Farm spread 52Type of daisy 54Be of use 57Name whose Japanese symbols mean ocean child 58Foul-smelling 60Municipal mascot? 64Revival prefix 65Political theorist Hannah 67First skipper? 68Run-down urban dwelling 70Not quite closed 72Blade 75Sushi bar soup 76Amount so far 80Whom Cordelia called As mad as the vexd sea 82Maybe later 86It has a Bklyn.campus 87Pane in an infested attic? 9127-day pope of 1605 92__acte 94Range rover 95Blue shoe material of song 97Limo passenger, often 98Place and Kett 100Flight units 103Moo goo __ pan 104Smooth Operator singer 105Eponymous microbiologist Louis 108Lollipop for a dog? 111Most cherished 114Norma __ 115Previously 116Color me surprised 118Airbus A380,vis-vis most other planes 119Bond foe 121Clumsy mistakes 125Breakfast cereal prefix 127Butterfly? 130Frannys title brother,in a Salinger novella 131Support girder 132Yes-Bob link 133Italian peak 134Pre-deal round 135Silent yeses 136Comes out with 137Retinal cells Down 1Intimidates 2Therell be __ time ... 3Old Sicilian coin 4Hard-to-win game 5Like net income 6__-di-dah 7Club charges 8Angelsdiv. 9On-target 10Best-seller list datum 11Juicy gourd 12Raises 13Plead with 14O patria __:Aida aria 15Dukes Droid? 16Thames school 17Kents Smallville sweetie 20Its periodically rung out 24The Kingfish Long of early 20thcentury politics 25__ tube 30Circle piece 35Sympathetic sorrow 36Farmer Al __:Paul Terry toon 37Like __ in the headlights 38Boiling 39In __:miffed 40Check for fit 41Burn the surface of 43Hoodwinked 44Schnozzola 48Prefix with fauna 49Quarterback Hasselbeck 52Pin money source 53Furry sci-fi creature 55Gossip page pair 56Colleague of Trotsky 59__ the finish 61Turkic flatbread 62Hot dog topping 63Do some cobbling on 66Cheerios 69Dust speck 71Band with the 2010 album Infestation 73Wetland 74St.Louiss __ Bridge 76Catch some zs 77Utahs __ Mountains 78Where smoking remnants are stored? 79P.O.deliveries 81Coloring cosmetic 83Evanss news partner 84Nitrous __ 85Drop remover 88Chinas Sun __-sen 89Forks in the road 90Have on 93Assess 96Neutralizes,as a bomb 99Shipping routes 101Hidden 102Rude looks 104Mopeds cousin 106Rhody the Rams sch. 107Brightly colored perch 109Court activity 110Fruit with a wrinkly rind 112__-Croatian 113Traction aid 116Mideast strip 117Tar Heel State university 120Another,in vila 122Bart and Lisas bus driver 123Await judgment 124Ladies in Mex. 126Half a bray 128PT separators 129Enchanted L.A.Times crossword puzzle NOVELTIES Solution in the June 27 Keynoter Associated Press photos by TAMARA LUSHJeff Bennett of Big Pine Key,a volunteer pilot for the nonprofit charity Pilots N Paws,holds Rex,his 1,000th rescued animal near his airplane in Greenville,Ala.,on June 15.Bennett picked up 23 dogs that were scheduled to ,be euthanized,then flew them back to Florida,where they were put up for adoption.Free breakfast, lunch availableThe Monroe County School District has launched its summer food program for kids that runs through July. Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age or national origin during summer vacation, when school breakfasts and lunches arent available. Youths 18 and younger, if its an open site, are eligible for meals at no charge. The program is only for geographical areas of need where 50 percent or more of the children qualify for free and reducedprice meals during the school year. The following sites are participating: Poinciana Elementary School, 1407 Kennedy Drive, Key West, breakfast 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., lunch 10:45 to noon. Key West High School, 2100 Flagler Ave., breakfast 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., lunch 10:45 to noon. Douglass Gym, 111 Olivia St., Key West, lunch noon to 12:30 p.m., snack 3 to 4 p.m. Boys & Girls Club, 1302 White St., lunch 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., snack 3 to 4 p.m. Stanley Switlik Elemen-tary School, mile marker 48, Marathon, breakfast 7:45 to 8:30 a.m., lunch 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Key Largo School, mile marker 104.8, breakfast 7:45 to 8:30 a.m., lunch 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. To find out more call, the School District at 293-1400Food program for students now in placeMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS


Saturday,June 23,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Alvarez is a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle named after the Alvarez family,which took time out of its day on the water to rescue her off Key Largo this month.Alvarez was floating and lethargic,and treated at the Turtle Hospital with antibiotics and beano.Shes back in good health and ready to go home.You can watch her departure Sunday at 1:30 p.m.at the east entrance of Annes Beach around mile marker 73 in Islamorada. Key West Police Officer Curtiss Richardson (second from right) and K9 his partner Cyrus recently graduated from the Pembroke Pines Police Department Academy.The dog is certified for apprehension,tracking and detecting narcotics.The dog and training are paid for with forfeiture funds.Traveling with Richardson to graduation were (from left) Sgt.Frank Zamora,Lt.Alfredo Vasquez and Officer Darnell Sealey.GOOD DOG ALVAREZ ON THE MENDIn paradise, create yourown paradiseWhat if you walked out your back door and into paradise? Actually, most of us in the Keys think we live in paradise. But what if you were surrounded by stately palms, delicious colors, extraordinary textures and striking shapes? Imagine your backyard as more than just a space picture Eden without the apples. Creating your own slice of tropical heaven is attainable in South Florida. Our unique location makes it possible to grow countless varieties of beautiful yet durable flora. Its a matter of following the principles of good horticulture combined with artistic design. If your goal is truly to have a slice of tropical paradise, your yard will need to be both functional and beautiful. So before you decide to landscape, decide what you want out of your yard. Do you want a place to relax in the shade, hummingbirds and butterflies, fruit, color, delicious aromas, exotic blooms, privacy or maybe all of the above? By deciding what you want before you make your landscape plan, you can choose the plants that will fulfill your desires. Lot size. Postage-stamp-sized lots can still be successfully landscaped by removing most of the grass and replacing it with mulch, giving you a space to fill. Larger yards offer more freedom. Here, grass should be left in central areas and the perimeter of the yard and areas next to the house should be landscaped. By leaving the grass, you will create vistas that accentuate your design. If you have both a frontyard and backyard, the landscape design for each will be different in most cases. The frontyard is what everyone in your neighborhood sees and what you will look at each time you come home. This design should be extremely visually appealing and have the design elements of color, texture and layers. The backyard design is just for you. Elements such as a picnic table, a hammock, an artistic bench or a water feature can be incorporated. Privacy can be created by mixing shrubs of different heights and textures along the property line. Color. As you are working on your design, remember that color in the landscape is a very good thing but too much is sometimes overpowering. All color, whether it comes from flowers or foliage, should be balanced. The color green is the canvas on which the palette of reds, yellows and purples is painted. Never use large amounts of brightly colored plants without ample amounts of green to balance them out. Yellows go with purples and reds go with whites. Orange does well set against a backdrop of green. Try to use your colors in those combinations in different areas of your yard. Texture and layers. Good texture in your garden means having multiple leaf types and looks to your plants. Palms mixed with grasses, big tropical leaves set against grooved tree trunks or arrow-shaped leaves reaching towards the sky can give a yard the design element of texture. Layers are also important. Think of a forest. There is a canopy, then a shade-loving understory that contains many of the forests more interesting plants. This is a look you want to mimic in your backyard. The front of the house should be layered, but it is important not to use large palms such as the royal palm directly in front of a one-story house. The effect of the palm jutting out of the front of your home is not appealing to the eye. Layers in the home landscape also help during hurricanes, when larger, more durable trees such as oaks protect the more sensitive plants below. The right plant in the right location. Underlying all your plant choices should be the need to put the right plant in the right location, which is paramount to making your landscape work. By choosing plants that do well in our harsh summers and poor soils, you will ensure that your landscape continues to thrive long after it is planted. To do so, first consider light levels, soil drainage and soil type in each location. Light levels are simpler to determine: Most of your yard will be full sun, but right next to your house on the northern side you will have shade most of the day. Soil type and drainage have more variation. In most cases, your soil will have poor nutritional value and excellent drainage because it is primarily oolitic limestone (which is often incorrectly called coral rock). The limestone is high in pH, which may cause nutritional problems for plants such as hibiscus, ixoras and gardenias. For plants that will grow successfully in this type of soil, native plants are an excellent choice. They can be blended with non-natives that do well in our soils, such as many flowering trees and bromeliads. When you put the right plant in the right location, you should need ultra-low amounts of irrigation and minimal fertilizer. This gives you a lowinput yard that will pay you back in color, birds, butterflies, beauty, energy-saving shade and a tremendous increase in the value of your home. Jeff Wasielewski is the multimedia specialist at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden in Coral Gables, an expert in South Florida horticulture and a professor of horticulture at Miami-Dade College.Layers,colors bring landscape to its potentialBy JEFF WASIELEWSKIYOUR GARDEN Cycads are wonderful centerpieces to your personal paradise.Pinot grigio or pinot gris?Did you ever browse a supermarket shelf and come across two wines side by side, one called pinot grigio and the other pinot gris? And wonder what was going on? Heres what. Same grape, different countries, different languages. Pinot grigio means gray pinot in Italian, and pinot gris means the same in French. Its because the grapes are kind of a bluish-gray. Its a mutation of pinot noir, a red grape. (That was quite a mutation.) Pinot is French for pine cone, referring to the shape of the clusters of grapes. So the next time you go into a wine bar, you can order a glass of gray pine cones. In any case, pinot grigio is winning fans. The Nielsen survey folks call it the secondfastest-selling white wine in the country, after chardonnay and ahead of sauvignon blanc. Pinot gris is less well-known, but also gaining ground. The wines are popular because theyre dry and light, crisp and lively, great as aperitifs and with light summer foods. Good to chill and serve at picnics or on patios. But in flavor theyre not the same. Pinot grigio was developed in Northern Italy, near the Alps, in very cool weather. It doesnt get quite as ripe, so its crisper, leaner, drier, lighter in body, often with citrus and mineral flavors. Usually with about 12 percent alcohol. Good with shellfish. Pinot gris came from Frances Alsace region, a warmer climate. So it gets riper. It has more alcohol, about 13 percent. Its richer, creamy, softer, with apricot and melon flavors. Agood wine for light chicken and fish dishes. Both are best consumed when young, fresh and fruity. By custom, the name pinot grigio has been adopted in California and Australia, where the Peter Lehmann winery released one for 2011 with grapes from the coolweather Adelaide Hills. The pinot gris name has been adopted in Oregon, where the grape is quickly gaining popularity. Other countries use either name or both. Very recommended 2011 Ponzi Vineyards Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon: Soft, smooth, rich, with floral aromas and flavors of white peaches and minerals; $15. 2011 Ferarri-Carano Pinot Grigio, Russian River Valley: Light and lively and crisp, with flavors of melons, green apples and minerals; $17.Recommended 2009 King Estate Domaine Pinot Gris, Oregon: Full-bodied and fruity, with aromas and flavors of apricots, golden apples, spices and minerals; $25. 2011 Woodbridge Pinot Grigio, by Robert Mondavi, California: Light, lean and crisp, with lemon-lime flavors; $8. 2011 McManis Family Vineyards Pinot Grigio, California: Crisp and light, with aromas and flavors of green pears and white grapefruit; $10.Both defined by the light, crisp tasteBy FRED TASKERTHE WINE GLASS


KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,June 23,2012 The laughs are felt deep down in this Victorian retellingHysteria, rated R, 100 min., now playing at the Tropic Cinema, Key West The charming film Hysteria is based on true events that led up to the invention of the electromechanical vibratory device or, as we know it today, the vibrator. The producers could have just as easily borrowed the title of the old Beach Boys tune Good Vibrations because that is what the audience will feel after seeing this film. Directed by Tanya Wexler, the younger halfsister of actress Daryl Hannah, Hysteria is Wexlers third film as director and she does a wonderful job telling the story of Dr. Mortimer Granville and his wildly popular invention. But the movie is not meant to be historically accurate. It is based on true events, but we made it all up, Wexler said recently. The film stars Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jonathan Pryce and Rupert Everett and also features Felicity Jones as Dancys love interest, Emily Dalrymple. Gemma Jones plays Lady St. JohnSmythe, who delightfully discovers the pleasures of Dr. Granvilles machine. And English actress Sheridan Smith, in a scene-stealing performance, plays Molly, the prostitute-turnedhousekeeper who is the willing guinea pig for the new devices maiden voyage. To paraphrase a line from TVs Star Trek, she boldly goes where no woman has gone before. At that time, women who were diagnosed as hysterical, a catch-all phrase for almost any female ailment, were given treatments that involved manual stimulation of the genitalia, resulting in a paroxysm that temporarily relieved the symptoms of hysteria. In the film, the manual efforts performed by Dr. Granville lead to hand cramping so bad that he is turned out of his medical office. But in an ah ha! moment, he finds that one of his friends electrical experiments could be repurposed to do the same treatment mechanically. The real Dr. Joseph Mortimer Granville actually patented his machine for the relief of muscular aches and pains. Eventually called a percussor or more commonly Granvilles Hammer, the scene where he and his coinventor, Edmund St. John-Smythe (played by Everett) try to think of names for the device are, pardon me, hysterical The rubby-nubby? The jiggly-wiggly? The excite-tator? Each proposed name is funnier than the last. Originally, the device was primarily sold to physicians but, as it became increasingly popular for other uses, Dr. Granville tried to distance himself from those other uses. However, the genie was out of the bottle and vibrators eventually were even sold in early Sears Roebuck catalogs. But as people slowly realized what those other uses were, vibrators were withdrawn from general distribution and even outlawed in many places. Finally, in 1952, more than 50 years after Dr Granvilles death, the American Psychiatric Association removed female hysteria from its list of maladies, saying it was a myth and not a disease. But vibrators are still illegal in many nations around the world, as well as in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Texas, and Virginia. And just a few years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case questioning the constitutionality of such statutes, so many of those laws are still in effect. (To be treated to a visual history of the vibrator, be sure to stay for the credits.) Wexler does a terrific job of recreating the Victorian era in London and the costumes, sets and locations are all just right. The screenplay by Stephen Dyer and Jonah Lisa Dyer is filled with innuendo and suggestive humor that give the film a sauciness that matches the subject matter perfectly. Hugh Dancy is amusingly befuddled as the lead, Pryce is very proper as the straitlaced Dr. Dalrymple, and Felicity Jones is suitably restrained as Emily. But Hysteria really lights up when Everett and Gyllenhaal are on screen with Dancy. Everett has perfected the droll, deadpan witticism and has most of the good comic lines. And Gyllenhaal plays Dr. Dalrymples feisty other daughter, Charlotte, a political activist, with such appeal and charm that the viewer will know that she,Feel-good film captures the era and the hysteria Rupert Everett as Edmund St.John-Smythe in `Hysteria.'FILM Alumni show at The Studios through June 29Students whove taken classes with Key West artist Rick Worth have a lot to show for it and some of those works will be on display through June 29 at The Studios, 600 White St. Included in the TSKW Painting Boot Camp in the main hall are works by current and past students. The show will also have some pieces for sale. In addition, art lovers can see pieces done by alumni of the Studios in whats been dubbed the Key West Alumni Invitational. These are on display in Space 2, which is the second-floor gallery space at the historic building. This show features work by alumni Grace Calleja, Audra Gootee, Garth Holtkamp, Michael Marrero, Jack McDonald, Jackie Sanchez, Andy Thurber, and Debra Yates. They represent graduates from Key West High School 1951-1998 all of whom had an interest in art and pursued careers in the field. The show was curated by Key West High grad Michael Marrero.Some pieces for sale during gallery exhibitART Brent Thole interprets this Keys scene titled Dolphin Pier. Artist Linda Fifes study of Studios of Key West.Craig Wanous KeysFilm See Hysteria,5B Art takes form in natures showcaseThe visual arts get a special showcase through July with 17 sculptures by 10 Keys artists on display at the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. As part of a push for environmental awareness, most of the works on display were created from recycled or repurposed materials. Artists styles range from abtract to whimsical, realistic to organic. Organizers of the exhibit like to label this the yin and yang of creativity with Mother Nature providing the backdrop and sculptors adding art to nature. The works on display: Jim Racchi: Sky /Water, painted steel; Walking Couple # 2, steel. Lauren P. McAloon: Headress, copper, wood, stone and lamp elements. Katie Truax Alexander: Fusion # 4, reclaimed and new steel with clear coat; Persons, reclaimed bicycle parts. Lois Giffen: Dragon Family, powder-coated steel; Snail Promenade, painted steel. Jiwan Noah Singh: ARC, wood; Mobius, metal; Installation # 1,Botanical Garden exhibit boasts 17 sculpturesART See Sculpture,5B


Saturday,June 23,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. Abraham Licoln:Vampire Hunter (R):4:00,9:55 p.m. Abraham Lincoln:Vampire Hunter 3D (R):1:00,7:00 p.m. Brave (PG):1:25,7:30 p.m. Brave 3D (PG):4:25,10:05 p.m. Rock of Ages (PG-13):,4:10,7:10 and 9:55 p.m. Thats My Boy (R):1:15,4:15,7:15 and 10:05 p.m. Madagascar 3 (PG):4:40,10:00 p.m. Madagascar 3 3D (PG):1:40,7:45 p.m. Prometheus (R):1:05,4:05,7:05 and 9:50 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 Marvels The Avengers 3D (PG-13): 12:00,3:00,6:00,8:45 Hysteria (R):,4:00,8:30 p.m. Bernie (PG-13):1:45,6:30 p.m. Dark Shadows (PG-13):4:15,8:45 p.m. Lost Bohemia (NR):2:00,6:30 p.m. Polisse (NR):4:00,8:20 p.m. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13):1:30,6:10 p.m.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 SnowWhite & The Huntsman (PG-13):Weekdays:7:00 & 9:30 p.m.;Saturday and Sunday:2:00,7:00 and 9:30 p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 Brave (PG): 3D :4:00,9:15 2D 1:30,6:50 Thats My Boy (R):1:50,4:30,7:25 and 10:0 p.m. Madagascar 3 (PG): 2D 2:00,4:35,7:20,9:40 p.m. Abraham Lincoln:Vampire Hunter (R): 3D 2:10,7:30, 9:55 2D: 4:40 Rock of Ages (PG-13)1:30,4:15,7:05,9:50 Magic Mike (R) Thurs 6/28: 11:55 Only! Ted (R): Thurs 6/28: 11:55 Only! Keys Movie Times not her sister Emily, is the one for Dr. Granville. The, ah, climax of the movie is a court scene where, after assaulting a policeman, Charlotte faces confinement to a mental institution and a forced hysterectomy to cure her hysterical behavior. But if any film in history deserves a happy ending, this is the one. So naturally, a white knight comes to the rescue, saves the fair maiden and they live happily ever after. Well, we assume that she, at least, is happy ever after, possibly even several times a week. I highly recommend Hysteria and am planning to see it again. But that will have to wait a while...my wife is getting hysterical again I think she needs another treatment.Hysteriaends on a happy noteFrom Hysteria,4B Hugh Dancy as Mortimer Granville and Felicity Jones as Emily Dalrymple in Hysteria. The Florida Keys Council of the Arts, in conjunction with the Key West Writers Guild, announced Marathon author Dick deGrasse as winner of this years Key West Writers Guild Award. DeGrasse, who lives part of the year in Marathon and part time in Isleboro, Maine, is currently working on a novel titled Haitian Relief. Im overwhelmed and humbled, deGrasse said after learning hed won the top prize in this years contest. Guild members must know writers need recognition and encouragement more often than normal people. Fortunately, the Florida Keys, and especially Key West, provide a treasure trove of material. I have my work cut out for me this summer on my Maine Island and this fall when I return to the Keys. Thank you. Judges in this years competition were Rosalind Brackenbury, author of 12 novels along with short stories and six books of poetry; Key West poet laureate Kirby Congdon; and Michael Haskins, author of Key West mystery and crime novels. DeGrasse will receive a cash prize of $2,000. This is the ninth year the Writers Guild has presented the award. To qualify, writers must be a resident of Monroe County, a member of the Guild and working on either a novel or work of non-fiction. In addition, all applicants are required to reach from their work at two meetings of the Key West Writers Guild, which meets on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month at the Key West library, 700 Fleming St. For more informa tion,visit: www.keysarts.com Deadline for entry in the 2013 competition isMarathon author wins top prize and $2,000 Author Dick deGrasse KEYSNET.COM recycled metal. Jackie Sanchez: Scattered Showers, steel; Pulse, steel; Radio, steel. Robert (Bob) DAntonio: Blue Sail. Continuing on display at the Garden from Sculpture Key West 2010 installations: Markus Baenziger: View 2010, cast bronze. John Boone: Compass Two, 2010, sand blasted granite. Also on long-term display at the Stock Island garden: Richard Cook: Freenotes Harmony Park, music instruments, recycled materials. For more information, call 296-1504 or visit kwbgs.org.Variety marks garden exhibitFrom Sculpture,4BArts Council announces Writers Guild awardMARATHON Artist Jim Racchi installs one of his sculptures in the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. Dragon Familyby Key West artist Lois Giffen. ARCby Jiwan Noah Singh is a wood construct that defies gravity.


KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,June 23,2012 AIR CONDITIONING MARATHON A/C & APPLIANCESSales & Service Fast Reliable Service Lic # CAC017490 (305) 743-5051 ARTIC-TEMPResidential Commercial Marine Sales Repair Refrigeration Ice Machines Lic # CAC 053827. 743-5288 Danas Air ConditioningRepairs & Replacement Commercial & Residential Ice Machines Pool Heaters Lic # CAC 056642 (305) 289-9498 Windswept A/C & Appl.Shut Your Windows,Shut Your Doors You Ain't Gonna Be Hot No More! Great Prices! Good Service! Lic @ CAC056987. Call 289-1748 CABINETS Kitchen KornerReal Wood Cabinets; Particle Board Prices Sales, 743-7277 CABINETS Wholesale Kitchen CabinetsDo it yourself & save. All wood,high quality cabinetry. Several styles offered. Shop at home,consultation & design Call National Kitchen Cabinet Design 305-453-6168 CARPET CLEANINGRoyal PlusCarpet,Tile & Upholstery Cleaning Water Extraction & Drying Mold Remediation Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE (305) 296-8083 www.royalplus.com Licensed General Contractor CERAMIC TILE NC TILE & CARPETCeramic Porcelain Marble, Granite Tops Carpet Sales & Installation 10899 O/S Hwy,Marathon Lic #SP3562 & Insured 305-289-3019 COMPUTER REPAIR Teal Technologies,Inc.Business/Residential Solutions MS Certified System Engineer Servers-PCs-networking-CCTV Kim@T ealT ech.net 305-481-6981 Lic #LVSS 1278 & Insured CONCRETE DESIGNSProtect Preserve Beautify Any Concrete Surface Deco Coatings & Concrete Stamping Epoxy Floors & Stained Concrete Pavers Professionally Cleaned & Sealed Custom Artworks by Ed Moran www .keysdeco.concrete.com free Est.Lic SP3136 & Insd 305-923-0654 CONCRETE & WOOD DOCKSAre Your Timbers Sagging?Is Your Concrete Cracking? Does Your Shoreline Seem To Wash Away? If So Call Marathon Marine Construction Today.No Job Too Small. Lic#Eng 232. Call 305-289-7350 ELECTRICAL SERVICESKELLY ELECTRICServicing the Middle Keys Since 1980Dependable! Lic.& Ins.#EC525 Call (305) 743-6098 HOME REDECORTING AFFORDABLEA Fresh Look Redecorate In a DayUsing Existing Furnishings Also: Staging for Resale Move-ins Organizing Lybrand Redesign 305-292-2682 www.LybrandRedesign.com PAINTING & CARPENTRYNEW LIFE PAINTINGPainting Concrete Carpentry Home Repairs 23 Yrs.Exp.! Lic # 3587 305-849-0293 PLUMBING Ernest E.Rhodes PLUMBINGLicensed CFC1427241 10700 5TH Ave,Gulf,Marathon 743-7072 SHUTTERS MILESTONE SHUTTERSAll Interior Shutters & Blinds Hurricane Accordian Roll Downs Armor Screen.Free Est.305-304-4013 STUMP GRINDINGSTUMP GRINDING& FENCE REPAIRLic #1204.872-9877 SWIMMING POOLS FAZOLI BROS. Pool Cleaning & RepairNew Construction Remodeling Maintenance Great Rates!! Lic # CPC 1457751 (305)-849-8063 TIKI HUTSTiki HutsNEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099Lic# CYC000002 YARD WORK THE YARDMANBeautifying the Keys,One Yard At a Time.Yard & Power Washing Services. 849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP! ARE YOU LISTED?Rates as low as $49.28. Call Laura at 743-5551 Summercamps in full swing in the islandsSummers here. What to do with the kids for the next few months until classes resume in August? There is no shortage of fun programs available to suit childrens wide variety of interests.Sailing funIn the Mark Sorensen Youth Sailing Program at the Upper Keys Sailing Club, youths ages 7 and older are taught how to sail using the clubs optimist dinghy sailboats. Children will enjoy hands-on learning both on land and in the water under the supervision of U.S. Sailing coach Stephanie Sykora and her assistant. Classes are limited to 10 campers per session. They run through Aug. 10 and meet weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $250 per week. Discounts for multiple children enrolled and multiple-week enrollment are available. Lunch is not included. The club is at 100 Ocean Bay Drive, mile marker 100 in Key Largo. To find out more, call Rosa Lamela at 747-2600, send an e-mail to rosalamela@bellsouth.net or go to www.msysp.org .Wildlife refugeThe National Key Deer Refuge has two five-day Junior Refuge Ranger day camps on Big Pine Key designed to immerse kids in nature as they engage in various hands-on activities, including investigating animal and plant adaptations, conducting biological surveys, habitat restoration, nature photography, geo-caching, stewardship projects and more. The sessions are this coming Monday through Friday for kids who completed fourth or fifth grade during the 2011-12 school year, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the first four days and 9 a.m. to noon the final one; and July 9 to 13 for kids who completed sixth or seventh grade the past school year. Times are the same as above. The programs are free but require advance reservations and completion of a registration packet. Space is limited to 12 students per session. Call Ranger Kristie Killam at 872-0774 or 304-9625, or stop by the refuges Visitor Center in the Winn-Dixie plaza on Big Pine.Art programThe Studios of Key West is enrolling kids for June art classes in a program called Art is Cool. Each session, from 10 a.m. to noon, is an experiment with a fun new artistic technique. Monday, kids will fill a Petri dish by assembling materials to answer the question: What does an island mean to you? The June 30 session bursts with patriotic pizzazz when Hobbs helps kids decorate their bikes and helmets. Rick Worths painting boot camp for kids takes place in July. In it, children learn the basics of composition and color mixing while painting a lively Key West scene. It runs 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays and Tuesdays starting July 9. Children ages 7 to 15 can sign up for as many or few classes as they like for both programs; the cost is $25 per session per child. Call 296-0458.Tropic CinemaThe Tropic Cinema in Key West has what it calls Kids Saturday Movie Club in which children 12 and under pay just $1 to attend Saturday matinees at the theater, 416 Eaton St. The program runs every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. until school starts in August. Parents or guardians get in for a buck, too (grownups unaccompanied by a kid are also welcome to Saturday matinees but pay $6). Tropic volunteer John Parce is donating a bicycle to be raffled off the first Saturday of every month. For more information visit www.tropiccine ma.com.Coral CampCoral Camp, from Reef Relief of Key West, is for kids ages 6 to 12 who explore and learn about the Keys marine environment through educational activities at the Reef Relief Environmental Center in Key West. Each day, campers experience hands-on learning, interactive games, group activities and state of-the-art videos of life at the coral reef. Activities include science and art projects, field trips around Key West, three days of snorkeling courtesy of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park and a reef trip. They also see marine life at the Key West Wildlife Center and Key West Aquarium, go on an interpretive shoreline walk, do a scavenger hunt at the Florida Keys EcoDiscovery Center and more. Sessions are available through Aug. 17. Each session is limited to 25 campers. Cost is $215 per week or $370 for two or more weeks; a limited number of scholarships are available. Camp runs weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To find out more, call 294-3100.St.ColumbaSt. Columba Episcopal Church on 52nd bayside in Marathon offers a free camp for kids. For specifics, call 743-6412.Camp AdventureCamp Adventure, the city of Marathons summer camp for kids ages 6 to 13, is now registering campers. Camp runs through Aug. 17. Planned weekly activities include a trip to the Jacobs Aquatic Center in Key Largo, the Key West Aquarium, the Fish Bowl bowling alley in Islamorada and the Key West Eco-Discovery Center. Other trips are being planned. The 10-week summer camp is $80 per week. Campers can register for the entire summer or from week to week. Camp runs weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Campers provide their lunch and morning and afternoon snack. For more information or to register, call the Marathon Parks and Recreation Department at 743-6598 or send an email to adam sa@ci.marathon.fl.us. Also, Marathon is running a summer soccer program from June 19 to Aug. 9. Its for kids ages 5 to 12 and costs $40, which includes a team Tshirt, soccer ball and trophy at the end of the season. Games are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. Call or e-mail the contacts above for more information.Pigeon KeyFor children age 8 and older, marine-science camps on Pigeon Key in Marathon present an exciting summer learning opportunity. Camp sessions are set for July 9-13 and July 30Aug. 3 and include a choice between day camp and overnight camp. Space is limited. Designed to offer hands-on daily programs, Pigeon Key Marine Science Camp includes workshops on marine mammals, reef fish, coral reef systems and invertebrates. Specimens are gathered in the tidal waters that surround Pigeon Key. They are then contained in touch tanks and selected one by one by an educational team to monitor and highlight their role in the ecosystem. The fun is as extensive as the marine education. Underwater obstacle courses, fishing, snorkeling, campfires and day excursions are part of the sessions. Participants also can opt to get their scuba certification or take a refresher course if already certified. Cost is $300 per child for the day camp only, $500 for camp with a PADI scuba refresher course or $750 per child for the day camp including a scuba certification class. Minimum age requirements apply for scuba classes. Cost for overnight camp is $950. Call Amanda Ellis at (303) 564-8014 or e-mail send an e-mail to pigeonkeyed@aol.com.You can still sign up kids throughout KeysKeynoter StaffSUMMER CAMP 4th of JulyADVERTISING DEADLINES:Florida Keys Keynoter & Key West Keynoter, Sat., July 7 pub: Deadline is Tues., July 3by 5 p.m.Classified Line Ads for July 7 pub: Deadline is Thurs., July 5by noon Classified Display Ads for July 7 pub:Deadline is Tues., July 3by 5 p.m. LAttitudes, Sat., July 7 pub Deadline is Friday, June 29 by 5 p.m. The Reporter, Fri., July 6 pub: Deadline isThurs., June 28 by 5 p.m.Classified Line Ads for July 6 pub: Deadline is Tues., July 3by 11 a.m. Classified Display Ads for July 6 pub:Deadline is Fri., June 29by 5 p.m. The Keynoter & Reporter offices will be closed on Wed., July 4. Have a Happy & Safe Holiday! LIVING BRIEFSParticipants sought for July 4 paradeThe Rotary Club of Marathon, which oversees Marathons July 4 celebration, is looking for groups that want to participate in the annual Independence Day parade down Sombrero Beach Boulevard to the beach. It can be floats, marchers, bands, antique vehicles pretty much anything. You can download an application at www.marathonflorida.or g pick one up at City Hall or call parade Chairman Fred Roth at 923-9542.Key deer group awards studentsThe Key Deer Protection Alliance has awarded $500 scholarships to two graduating Monroe County students who plan college course study in the environment. They are Marathon High Schools Paul Acosta and Key West High Schools Dora DeMaria.Group hosting cat adoptionsWhats called a Kitten Shower Adoption event benefiting Forgotten Felines of the Florida Keys is planned for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 30 at the groups Purr-fect Thrift Store, 3580 Overseas Highway in Marathon, across U.S. 1 from the Marathon Community Park. The group will have kittens and cats of all ages, colors and personalities available for adoption. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Jessica at 240-5266 or send an email to keysforgottenfelines@live.com. KEYSNET.COM


Saturday,June 23,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A A A A A LOGO Dummy062 Error: 1 Dummy0621-15:40:02 2 x 3.0 (42.3529) Dummy Dummy A A A A A d / 9284600 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. CASENo.12CA525P BEALBANK,S.S.B., PLAINTIFF, VS. FRADYSCASTILLO,ETAL. DEFENDANT(S). NOTICEOFACTION To: FradysCastillo&ReneCastillo RESIDENCE:UNKNOWN LASTKNOWNADDRESS: 700E16Place Hialeah,FL33010 YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIED thatanactiontoforeclosea mortgageonthefollowing describedpropertylocatedin MonroeCounty,Florida: LOT22,BLOCK9,HARRIS OCEANPARKESTATES FIRSTADDITION, A CCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK4,ATPAGE 139,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA. hasbeenfiledagainstyou,and youarerequiredtoservea copyofyourwrittendefenses,if any,tothisaction,on GladstoneLawGroup,P.A., attorneysforplaintiff,whose addressis1499W.Palmetto ParkRd,Suite300, BocaRaton,FL33486, andfiletheoriginalwiththe ClerkoftheCourt,within30 daysafterthefirstpublicationof thisnotice,beforeJuly17, 2012,otherwiseadefaultmay beenteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe Complaint. Thisnoticeshallbepublished onceaweekfortwo consecutiveweeksinthe FloridaKeysKeynoter. DATED:June11,2012 DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt By:LauraVorhes DeputyClerkoftheCourt Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.Pleasecontactthe A DACoordinator,Ms.Judy Greeneat502Whitehead Street,KeyWest,FL33040; telephonenumber 305-295-3127two(2)working daysofyourreceiptofthis notice;ifyouarehearing impaired,calltheFloridaRelay Servicesat1-800-955-8771 (TTY);ifyouarevoice impaired,calltheFloridaRelay Servicesat1-800-955-8770. PublishJune16,23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9475300 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: ANCHORTOWING gives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthesevehicles on 07/06/2012,08:00amat 189USHIGHWAY1,KEY WEST,FL33040-5476, pursuanttosubsection713.78 oftheFloridaStatutes. A NCHORTOWINGreserves therighttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids. 1B4GP44G5XB918105 1999DODGE 4T1SK12E1PU306186 1993TOYOTA PublishJune23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9319100 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INANDFOR MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION CASENO.:09-CA-09-P U.S.BANKNATIONAL A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1 Plaintiff, vs. CARMENITURRALDE,etal Defendants. RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuantanOrderGranting PlaintiffsMotionToCancel A ndRescheduleForeclosure SaledatedMay24,2012,and enteredinCaseNo. 09-CA-09-PoftheCircuitCourt oftheSIXTEENTHJudicial CircuitinandforMONROE COUNTY,Florida,wherein U.S.BANKNATIONAL A A A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1,is Plaintiff,andCARMEN ITURRALDE,etalare Defendants,theclerkwillsellto thehighestandbestbidderfor cash,beginningat11:00AMat 500WhiteheadStreetKey West,FL33040,inaccordance withChapter45,Florida Statutes,onthe13dayofJuly, 2012,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaid SummaryFinalJudgment,to wit: UNITV7,EXECUTIVEBAY CLUBCONDOMINIUM, ACCORDINGTO DECLARATIONOF CONDOMINIUMFILED OFFICIALRECORDSBOOK 806,PAGE1066,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOF MONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA. A nypersonclaiminganinterest inthesurplusfromthesale,if any,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale DatedatKeyWest,MONROE COUNTY,Florida,this30th dayofMay,2012. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkofsaidCircuitCourt By:JenniferSettoon A sDeputyClerk U.S.BANKNATIONAL A SSOCIATIONASTRUSTEE OFSERIES2007GEL1 c/oPhelanHallinanPLC A ttorneysforPlaintiff 2727WestCypressCreek Road Ft.Lauderdale,FL33309 954-462-7000 Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsany accommodationto participateinthis proceeding,youareentitled, atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertain assistance.Pleasecontact CherylAlfonso,302Fleming Street,KeyWest,Florida, 33040,(305)292-3423,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourt appearance,orimmediately uponreceivingthis notificationifthetimebefore thescheduledappearanceis lessthanseven(7)days:if youarehearingorvoice impaired,call711. PublishJune16,23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9448000 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2012-DR-651-K MaximStaroverov Petitioner and KariMayMullenCarnline Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE TO:KariMayMullenCarnline 3314NorthsideDrive / 141 KeyWest,FL33040 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toiton Maxim Staroverov whoseaddressis 3314NorthsideDrive / 141, KeyWest,FL33040 onor before July24,2012, andfile theoriginalwiththeclerkofthis Courtat 500WHITEHEADST., KEYWEST,FL33040 before serviceonPetitoneror immediatelythereafter. Ifyou failtodoso,adefaultmaybe enteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthe petition. Copiesofallcourt documentsinthiscase, includingorders,are availableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.You mayreviewthesedocuments uponrequest. Y oumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourtsoffice notifiedofyourcurrent address.(YoumayfileNotice ofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApproved FamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuit willbemailedtotheaddress onrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,including dismissalorstrikingof pleadings. Dated:June15,2012. DANNYL.KOLHAGE CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT By:MarisladyLopez DeputyClerk PublishJune23,30, July7,14,2012. FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 9464600 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.44-2012-CP-33-M INRE:ESTATEOF EMILYCATHERINE LIERMANN Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofEMILYCATHERINE LIERMANN,deceased,whose dateofdeathwasApril14, 2012;FileNumber 44-2012-CP-33-M,ispending intheCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is88820OverseasHighway, PlantationKey,FL33070.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestate,onwhoma 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 thisnoticeis : June23,2012. MICHAELB.LIERMANN PersonalRepresentative 7469CreekridgeCircle Tallahassee,Florida32309 UrbanJ.W.Patterson A ttorneyforPersonal Representative FloridaBarNo.382035 UrbanJ.W.Patterson,P.A. PostOfficeBox783 Islamorada,FL33036 Telephone:(305)664-5065 Facsimile:(305)664-2633 PublishJune23,30,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9490600 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE: AlexsAutoWrecking&Parts givesNoticeofForeclosureof Lienandintenttosellthese vehicles on07/04/2012 9:00:00AMat111US Highway1 / 107,KeyWest, FL33040 pursuantto subsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.AlexsAuto Wrecking&Partsreservesthe righttoacceptorrejectany and/orallbids.Allsalesare final. 1GNSKJE37BR215960 2011Chevrolet 2G1WF52E359286043 2005CHEVROLET 1G6KD54Y2XU703597 1999CADILLAC 1FAFP52211A256201 2001FORD SALJY1240TA517924 1996LNDRDiscovery PublishJune23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 9485000 CALLFORBIDS CITYOF KEYCOLONYBEACH ROADRENOVATION PROJECTS MILLINGAND RESURFACING NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheCityCommissionofthe CityofKeyColonyBeach, Florida,requestsasealedbid forthefollowingtwoprojects: Project1: RoadRenovations on7thStreetandEastand WestOceanDrivetorepair locationswherecutswere madeforutilityrepairs. 1.Millingout1.5incheson approximately3,699square feetofasphaltonthesestreets: 7thStreet1,421sq.ft. WestOceanDrive1,873sq.ft. EastOceanDrive405sq.ft. 2.Resurfacingof approximately3,699sq.ft. A A usingSP9.5TrafficLevelC asphaltapproximately1.5 inchesthicktomatchexisting roadsurface. Project2: Millingand ResurfacingofClaraBoulevard 1.Millingout1.5incheson approximately4,163square feetofasphaltonClara Boulevard. 2.Regradetheroadwayto promoteproperstormwater drainage. 3.Rollandcompactroad surface. 4.Resurfacingof approximately4,163sq.ft. usingSP9.5TrafficLevelC asphaltapproximately1.5 inchesthicktomatchexisting roadsurface. ForbothProject1andProject 2:Contractorisresponsiblefor removalofallmaterialandisto providefortrafficcontrol. A llworktobeincompliance withFDOTSpecifications. Bidpackageincludingbidder responseformandproject reviewareavailablefrom BuildingOfficialEdwardA. Borysiewicz,CityHall,600W. OceanDrive,KeyColony Beach,FL33051,phone 305-289-1212,Ext.1. SEALEDBIDSmaybe submittedasfollows: 1. MAIL toCityCommission, P.O.Box510141,KeyColony Beach,FL33051-0141 2. FAX to305-289-1767 3. DELIVER toCityHall,600 W.OceanDrive,KeyColony Beach,Florida SEALEDBIDSMUSTBE SUBMITTEDBY10:00A.M. ONFRIDAY,JULY6,2012. TOBEOPENEDINTHE OFFICEOFTHECITY CLERK.Areportofthebidswill bemadebytheBuildingOfficial attheRegularCity CommissionMeeting beginningat9:30a.m.on Thursday,July12,2012City HallAuditorium. PLEASEMARKENVELOPES A SFOLLOWS: MILLINGAND RESURFACINGPROJECTS OPENINGDATE: JULY6,2012 Bidsreceivedafter10:00a.m. onJuly6,2012willbereturned tothesenderunopened.The CityCommissionreservesthe righttoacceptorrejectanyand allbids. VickieL.Bollinger, CityClerk PublishJune23,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A A d / 9474300 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiring toengageinbusinessunder thefictitiousnameof Brass Monkey locatedat 23455th StreetOcean, intheCountyof Monroe, intheCityof Marathon Florida33050 intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState, Tallahassee,Florida. 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