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Please contact Association Manager Jay Lyons at with any ques- tions. JOHNSON, Deceased. File No. Johnson, deceased, whose date of death was January 20th, , is pending in the Cir- cuit Court for Charlotte County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is East Mar- ion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL The names and address- es of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION The date of first publication of this notice is April 30th, KEVIN RUSSELL, Esq.
KEVIN RUSSELL, P. Attorneys for Personal Representative SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH PORT, FL Florida Bar No. Johnson Sedley Ave. BRANDON SAPP, et al Defendants.
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus funds from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated at Punta Gorda, CHAR- LOTTE COUNTY, Florida, this 2nd day of May, Barbara T. Scott Clerk of said Circuit Court By: K. Sandrock As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dis- ability who needs any accom- modation to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provi- sion of certain assistance.
Please contact the Adminis- trative Services Manager whose office is located at E. Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, Florida , and whose telephone number is , at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immedi- ately upon receiving this noti- fication if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call Publish: May 7 and 14, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.
AUDREY T. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- suant to a Final Judgment dated April 8, , and entered in Civil Action Number CA in the Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Char- lotte County, Florida, wherein CALUSA NATIONAL BANK is the Plaintiff and AUDREY T.
SANBORN is the Defendant. I WILL SELL to the highest bid- der for cash beginning at a. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sate.
Dated April 17, Barbara T. Scott, Clerk of Court By: J. Miles Deputy Clerk Publish: May 7 and 12, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.
MIHALL, DECEASED, et al Defendants. MIHALL, DECEASED, et al are Defendants, the clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, begin- ning at AM at www.
Subject to conditions, restric- tions, easements and limita- tions of record, if any, but pro- vision shall not operate to reimpose same. Dated at Punta Gorda, CHAR- LOTTE COUNTY, Florida, this 17 day of April, Polito As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dis- ability who needs any accom- modation to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provi- sion of certain assistance.
Plaintiff, V. MICHAEL W MCNELIS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MICHAEL W. MCNELIS; UNKNOWN TEN- ANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH.
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI- TORS. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pur- suant to the Summary Final Judg- ment of Foreclosure entered on April 8th.
If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the sale.
If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. Dated this 17 day of April, Scott Clerk of the Circuit Court By: K.
Polito To view today's legal notices and more visit, www. Please contact Jon Embury, Administrative Services Manager, whose office is located at E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, Florida , and whose telephone number is , at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immedi- ately upon receiving this noti- fication if the time before the schedule appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hear- ing or voce impaired, call Publish: May 7 and 12, IN THE CLASS1-'IL D YOU C ANS LEO ST.
DON; ELISABETH M. ST DON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELISA- BETH M. ST DON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LEO ST. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pur- suant to the Summary Final Judg- ment of Foreclosure entered on April 08, , in this cause, in the Circuit Court of Charlotte County, Florida, the clerk shall sell the property situated in Char- lotte County, Florida, described as: LOTS 29 AND 30, PURDY'S ACLINE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 15, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 18 day of April, Polito Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dis- ability who needs any accom- modation in order to partici- pate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Publish: May 7 and 14, A Bargain Hunters Delight Check the Classifieds First! A Whole Marketplace of Shopping is right at your Fingertips!
Time to reserve for next Networking N extWednesday is Networking at Noon at Opus Restaurant in downtown Punta Gorda. You know this will be a sellout, so make your reservations soon by visiting the Chamber store at www.
That evening, the Englewood Florida Chamber of Commerce is hosting a multi- chamber End of Season Celebration at the Englewood Event Center, S.
McCall Road, about nine miles west of the stadium. In addition to complimentary food and drink, there will be entertainment and the soon to be famous "Business Card Bingo.
The chamber with the most members in attendance other than Englewood will win a challenge cup. We'd like to win this, so head to Englewood next Wednesday after work.
It's only one or two bridges for most of you. Way to go! There is still room for the 6 p. Gran Fiesta Evening Celebration at St. Andrews South Golf Club.
There will be live music, dancing, fun food and drinks, a silent auction and several surprises. The class is also selling raffle tickets for chances to win the bucket of cheer and OLAD, the pifiata full of prizes.
You can purchase your raffle and event tickets at www. The proceeds from the event will sup- port Special Olympics Florida Charlotte County chapter, the Punta Gorda Police Department's Jammers Basketball League and the Girls on the Run of Southwest Florida.
Our Third Wednesday Coffee is May21 from a. Amberg Insurance is the sponsor. The Business Card Exchange is May 29 at St. Have you made your match on the Hour Giving Challenge, which ends today at noon?
You can support one or several fantastic nonprofit organizations in our community and get some matching dollars for them. Please visit www. Julie Mathis is the executive director of the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce.
She can be reached at , or jmathis charlottecounty chamberorg. I COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Leadership prepares for fiesta fundraisers The Leadership Charlotte class of is gearing up for its two fiesta-themed fundrais- ers May 17 in benefit of Special Olympics Florida - Charlotte County, the Jammers Youth Basketball League of the Punta Gorda Police Department, and Girls on the Run of Southwest Florida.
The morning be- gins at a. Andrews South Golf Club, Deborah Drive, Punta Gorda. A shotgun start is set for a. Then, at 6 p. For full details, in- cluding sponsorship op- portunities, visit www.
Memorial Day events at Fishville An inaugural Memorial DayVeterans Run is set to begin at a. May 26, with 5K and 10K races starting at Fishermen's Village, W Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
A 1-mile "Honor Walk" also is scheduled. An Award Ceremony will follow. For more information, contact Roy Borrego at Also that day, the Military Heritage Museum will present its annual Memorial Day Ceremony, with patriotic music from the Charlotte High School Symphonic Band set for 11 a.
The keynote speaker will be Port Charlotte High School Navy Junior ROTC student Brianna Spieldenner.
A recep- tion will follow in the museum. The museum's events are free, and all are welcome. You may want to bring your own chair, because the pro- vided chairs fill up fast.
Also, from 11 a. That's because a friend - who had borrowed the car had helped switch out the seat and several of the victim's other car parts with those from his other buddy's car, which was the same kind of four-door Suzuki, ac- cording to the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office.
Adam Neider, 25, of Port Charlotte, a mutual friend of Horton and the victim, was arrested on similar charges April 22, shortly after the alleged incident.
Neider had asked to borrow the victim's car, the report show, and the victim remembers Neider saying his friend, Tim, had the same car.
Authorities said Horton's left rear door, left rear tire, hood, driver's seat, air-conditioning compressor and radiator - all of which were dam- aged or had something wrong with them were swapped with the victim's.
Investigators tracked the VIN on victim's replaced door to Horton, of the block of Goldstein Street in Punta Gorda.
Horton was being held Tuesday in the Charlotte County Jail without bond. Neider is also being held without bond. A third subject men- tioned in the Sheriff's I POLICE BEAT The information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriff's office, Florida High way Patrol, jail and fire records.
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Report: Man slams elderly woman in door PORT CHARLOTTE- A man has been accused of slamming his year- old landlord in a door because she tried to kick him out of her home on Lakeshore Circle, ac- cording to the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office.
Andrew Dwane McCarty, 54, found an eviction notice on his bed- room door May 1 for not paying rent, authorities said, but McCarthy tore the paper up and told the woman he wasn't leaving.
Later, the two were arguing in a doorway, and McCarthy slammed the door on the woman - pinning her between the wall and the door, the report shows.
He then opened and shut the door on her multiple times, in- juring the elderly woman's chest, stomach and left side, authorities said.
The victim was being treated Monday at Fawcett Memorial Hospital, when she reported the attack to authorities. McCarthy was arrested and charged with battery on a person over 65 years old.
He was being held Tuesday at the Charlotte County Jail without bond. The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office reported the following arrests: Abner Adiel Deleon-Gonzalez, 33, block of Gladis Ave.
Charge: driving without a license. James Wiley Diedrick, 40, block of Normandy Drive, Port Charlotte.
Charge: battery. Bond: none. Lisa Marion Dobbyn, 48, block of Sunnybrook Blvd. Charge: violation of probation original charge: reckless driving.
Rick Michael Dougan, 58, block of Campagna Lane, Port Charlotte. Charge: loitering or prowling. Morris Lee Keel Jr. Charge: driving with a suspended license.
Gerald Bernard Oliver, 43, block of E. Charlotte Ave. Charge: out-of-county warrant. His bond information was unavailable Tuesday.
Kerin Ann Schweigert, 20, block of Nassau St. Charge: failure to appear. Douglas Alan Shamp, 28, block of Porto Chico Ave.
Amanda Christie Torres, 44, block of Charleston Circle, Port Charlotte. Charge: grand theft. Jason Clifford Wardally, 36, block of Midway Blvd.
Charges: burglary, disorderly intoxication, criminal mischief and violation of probation. The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrest: Sergey Aleksandrovic Strelkov, 21, block of Palisades Ave.
Charge: DUI. This fun-filled educational program is for preschool children ages 3 to 5 and their caregivers, to learn about nature and its wonderful inhabitants!
The program is free, but donations are accepted readily. The CHEC is a c 3 nonprofit corporation that helps preserve a natural legacy for future generations through environmental education.
For more information, call , or visit www. Comcast offers job fair Comcast has sched- uled a job fair for open positions in Southwest Florida.
Positions include retail and business sales and installation, and service technicians based in Charlotte, Collier, Lee and Sarasota counties.
Recruiters and hiring managers will be on-site to conduct interviews for qualified candidates. The fair is set for 4 p. Comcast offers com- petitive pay and benefits for full- and part-time employees, including insurance, free digital television and Internet service for employees in serviceable areas, a k program and a stock purchase plan.
Meals on Wheels to hold Visani fundraiser Meals on Wheels of Charlotte County will hold a fundraiser at 8 p.
There is also a two-drink purchase minimum. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis in the fundraiser section.
To book a reservation, Got a boat to sell? Call call , and mention Meals on Wheels. Tickets may be picked up at the Meals on Wheels, Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
For more information, call Debbie at Visani opens for dinner at 5 p. Charlotte Hearing Center, Inc. I - Bethany L.
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But the Leg- islature's self-proclaimed largesse in raising school spending relies on a familiar, if tiring, shell game.
That increase does nothing to replace a state-man- dated cut in district millage rates for capital projects. Building up a reserve against an inevitable future economic downturn isn't a terrible thing, but lawmakers' crowing about their commitment to education while merely raising school funding to below previous levels and doing so through local school districts is cynical at best.
In the end, all of the tax money comes from taxpayers, but the key difference is sales taxes are paid one drip at a time, and are augmented by visitor spending, while property taxes arrive like a wave.
The difference is the reduction in state funding. The district's RLE millage rate actually will fall by. A preliminary estimate of property values will be released by the Charlotte County Property Appraiser in June and a final figure, based on values as of Jan.
Meanwhile, district budget officials will tally up expenses and revenues from the fiscal year to determine what's left in the budget pot.
Another wild card in the budgeting process will be student population. While surrounding counties have seen student numbers rise in recent years as the economy improved, Charlotte County is projected to lose anoth- er students when school starts in August.
Student numbers are a double-edged sword, with increas- es allowing the district to spread out its fixed costs among more students, but at certain levels requiring it to hire more teachers to meet class size requirements.
Falling student counts do the opposite. Between and today, the number of students has fallen from 18, to 16,, according to district Director of Information Services JohnWeant.
There's little the district can do to prime that pump. When I handed my money for payment, I was surprised to hear that my meal, as well as three others, were paid by someone ahead of us.
I am thanking the driver for the surprise and telling him or her that this was the first "act of kindness" I received. Thank you, again, for my breakfast.
It was very kind of Marge Szmania Port Charlotte AwA;I "MR. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Remembering Reagan, Iraq War Editor: Four dead Americans in Benghazi, one of whom said that they didn't need extra security, and because of that the president should be impeached.
I'm still confused on what lie got them killed. Under Reagan, service members were killed because of lax security in a hostile zone.
Not only was security lax, the soldiers were not allowed to have ammunition in their weapons. Let's not even get into the Iraq War.
David Anderson Punta Gorda Another view of boat race Editor: Be careful what you wish for if you invest on this island.
It's for sale to anyone who wants to hustle it. Thunder boats, co buses, 40, wande tourists into neighbc several thousand be and island property who thought they b privacy, the Pass and Punta Gorda, chain commerce and other been relentless, adv Gulf of Mexico Engle Beach as "Punta Goi to perhaps unsuspec out-of-town investor history.
It's 20 miles And they did it agair ing these races as if t in Charlotte Harbor, Gorda. Useppa looks gooc Alan Middle Ame bound for Toi pters, A hint might be in our cele- iring brations of a Mexican holiday, orhoods of Cinco de Mayo, which set the achfront Mexican people free from owners, French rule and getting land ought into reform, only to be replaced 1 Gulf.
Oh yes! That's Well, it just might be Canada s distant, where we may be celebrat- i promot- ing the Fourth of July, our they were independence and freedom Punta from England replaced with a democratic republic and d.
Lessman the United Corporations of Punta Gorda America, and the Vatican at the direction of SCOTUS, all hell bent on eliminating the rica Constitution.
Editor: Statistics show we as a country and the middle class have been stuck in neutral while the rest of the industrial nations have caught up to and are passing us in life expectancy, health, wealth and education.
Where are we heading? Richard E. Stowell North Port Thanks for kindness at McDonald's Editor: I was waiting in line for breakfast at the Murdock Who next atop the food chain?
Editor: One writer recently made several interesting and legiti- mate points in a letter of May 1.
The Vostok ice core samples and other indicators do indeed demonstrate an interestingly cyclical series of carbon dioxide peaks and rising temperatures.
The point is not that they will inevitably happen again, the point is that we are accelerating the next peak. We have consumed and continue to so do what it has taken millions of years to create, our fossil fuels.
We have done this over the past century and a half when it comes to petroleum and natural gas, coal a bit longer. We have been living in an extended period of benign weather.
Solar storms, meteors, volcanic eruptions and tec- tonic plate shifts, causing both earthquakes and tsunamis, are indeed beyond our ability to control, although we are getting better at anticipating their incipiency.
Sort of makes one wonder about what kind of beneficent creator deity thought this system up. My only question is what will replace us at the top of the food chain after our species comes to a premature end?
Unfortunately, we are also prematurely hastening the end of many other species in the process. From dust we were created and to dust we will surely return.
Tom Pritchard Rotonda West Ennui and self-loathing in this town This is the time when Americans renew their hatred ofWashington and Washington wallows in a bitter- sweet cocktail of self-love and self-loathing.
Which is to say, this is White House Correspondents' Association weekend, with the dinner Saturday night amid a galaxy of pre- and after-parties.
Attendant to these events is also the annual handwringing about the dinner's value. Those questioning, of course, are the media, who create the problem, then examine the problem, then suggest ways to solve the problem that we don't really believe is a problem and then go on to repeat the problem.
The rest of the world couldn't care less about the dinner except perhaps to note thatWashington is out of touch with regular Americans and that journalists are too schmoozy with official- dom.
Most journalists would agree, but who would want to miss the scholarship awards? Oh, you didn't know about those?
What we all hate most is the attendance of so many celebri- ties, who undermine the noble purpose of this convocation. Moreover, they tend to make journalists, who have spent considerable time looking their red-carpet best, feel like last week's tulips.
Hence, the popular de- scription ofWashington as "Hollywood for Ugly People," and the dinner as the "Nerd Prom. The buzz-killer crowd, however, is quickly forgotten once inside, where an avenue of cameras and lights awaits stars passing along the red carpet.
Note to future newbies: Your entrance is upstairs. Otherwise, you risk a probable humiliation that the lights will suddenly go dark and your grand entrance becomes a soul-killing walk of shame past a gantlet of fish-eyed fans of other people.
This experience can be helpful, on the other hand, as you summon the requisite pose of perpetual self-awareness.
Your thinking should follow this vein: It's not that you want to go to the dinner. It's your job to go. Whither goes the president, so go the media.
And of course, the media did invite him, as well as all those celebrities we find so disruptive. There's a circularity to all of this that suggests an apt metaphor.
Another handy prompt to self-awareness is being grid- locked among 2, overheated people in long gowns and tuxedos as one tries to funnel one's way toward the escalator to the pre-party area.
Standing shoulder to shoulder with cab- inet members and screen stars reminds us that no matter one's station in life, we all perspire the same.
Almost no one present will fail to note his or her ambigu- ity toward the dinner and the parties that most are dying to attend. There are exceptions to this club-think, notably The NewYork Times and Tom Brokaw.
The Times stopped sending its staffers several years ago, saying the media shouldn't be partying with people it covers. Brokaw made headlines when he protested the celebrity-driven nature of the evening, specifi- cally following Lindsay Lohan's overshadowing presence the year before last.
He lamented that the purpose of the evening -to allow journalists and politi- cians to mingle in a lighthearted, relaxed environment had been hijacked.
He was right about the Lohan spectacle. I was standing nearby visiting with Lohan's hostess, GretaVan Susteren, when none other than Rick Santorum brought his daughters for a snapshot with the starlet.
Brokaw is also right about the superficiality and misplaced emphasis of the evening. For this reason, many of us, includ- ingVan Susteren, swear we'll never go again.
But since most of us do attend again, I hoped Brokaw might relent and asked him to be my date this year. With his usual blunt charm, he described in delicious detail why he would never again darken the door of the correspondents' dinner.
Feeling shallow and contrite before such superior standards, I feebly offered that I agreed completely, but, you see, I had this dress. Thus, as you are my witness, I vow never again.
At least until next time or Brokaw wears a dress. Kathleen Parker is a columnist for the Orlando Sentinel. Readers may reach her at kathleen parker washpost.
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Our Town Page 10 C www. We have much to celebrate, beginning with two record years that saw double-digit increases in revenue generated by visitors to our state.
More than 94 million visitors enjoyed Florida's beach- es, waterways, nature and attractions in Statewide, we are on target to reach Gov.
Rick Scott's goal of million by the end of this year. Charlotte County also reaped the benefits of the strongest two years in Florida tourism's history.
Local tourism devel- opment taxes realized gains of up to 21 percent in , making it our best year on record.
Some vacation rental management companies reported being sold out for the season as early as October of last year.
High occupancies in adjacent counties contributed to our success as tourists who could not find accommodations in Fort Myers or Sarasota sought lodging here.
The nearly exponen- tial growth of Allegiant airline's flights into Punta Gorda also boosted tourism. In , Allegiant added flights from five airports and another 12 in Flights added from three destinations in Portsmouth, Columbus and Cincinnati brought the total to This big change in the direct accessibility to our desti- nation from midwestern and northern cities has exposed hundreds of thousands of people to our area who might not otherwise have known it was here.
In the first quarter of , almost 74, passengers came through the Punta Gorda airport; in the first quar- ter of , that number more than doubled to , Many of these new visitors are finding that Charlotte County lodg- ing, attractions, services and dining offer some of the best values on the southwestern Gulf Coast.
Those who favor a true "Old Florida" feel over condo canyons, who seek out natural beaches and abundant wildlife, are finding Charlotte County to be ideal.
This growth has many positive impacts. Revenue generated by tourism is not limited to hotels and vacation rentals. It spills over to gas stations, restaurants, drugstores, shopping centers, movie theaters, boutiques, fishing guides, Realtors, doctors people on vacation still need health care and so much more.
Add to that the many products and services required to support the industry: pool service, lawn care, furniture sales, linens, food and beverages, cleaning supplies, maintenance supplies, bait stores, marine supplies, boat rentals and you can begin to see just how deeply tourism is embedded in the economic fiber of our community.
Growth also comes with challenges. As the person responsible for guiding tourism devel- opment in Charlotte County, I struggle, as do many of my industry colleagues, with growing tourism while still main- taining the quality of life we all enjoy here and the quality of our amazing ecosystem.
What we have is incredibly special. If we resist the temptation to overdevel- op, if we strive to always honor and preserve the natural product we are so blessed to have in abundance, within a very few years people will pay a premium to enjoy it.
We will be one of the last remaining natural areas on the Florida coastline. I have always said, "In a free country, you can't stop development, so the question is more what kind of develop- ment will you have?
You can find sunshine anywhere in Florida, but what we have here is rare. It is why people come to vacation and, very often as a result, to live.
If it is compromised, so is our quality of life. Yes, tourism is the gas that fuels our economy. However, it should not be our sole focus.
We also need low-impact, clean industries that reduce our reliance on tourism. A diverse economy is a healthy economy.
Tom Patton, Charlotte County's economic de- velopment director, and his staff are doing a good job filling that need.
As we celebrate tour- ism week, I am grateful for the economic bless- ings tourism has brought to Charlotte County, par- ticularly in the wake of a historic and very painful recession.
At the same time, I am hopeful we can all work together and grow our economy in a way that protects and preserves those things which make our county the very special place I have grown to love.
Lorah Steiner is the Charlotte County director of tourism. Readers may reach her at lorah. City Council to discuss capital improvements An integral part of the city's annual budget process is preparation of a five-year capital improvements program that highlights infrastructure, fleet and equipment needs.
What is evident from the in- formation is the signif- icant funding shortfall that will occur once the 1 percent local option sales tax sunsets on Dec.
If not renewed, the city will have to des- ignate an alternative rev- enue source, such as the property tax, if it wishes to accomplish elements of the five-year program.
The proposed CIP will be presented at today's council meeting. Sales tax A resolution to support extension of the tax also will be discussed at today's meeting, as well as projects to be funded by the tax over an eight-year period.
Charlotte County is considering asking the voters to extend the tax over eight years instead of six years, in order to fund improvements to the Justice Center.
In that vein, a list of poten- tial projects previously considered by the city's steering committee will be revisited by City Council.
Detailed information can be viewed on the city's website www. Paving program Staff has prepared an analysis of city roads and resurfacing program www.
Some pertinent statistics are: Lighting Improvements to deco- rative lighting in the core downtown area Marion Avenue and Olympia Avenue between the two U.
City Council will discuss this initiative today. Road closure FPL construction plans to close a section of Bal Harbor Boulevard in Punta Gorda today as crews replace a concrete pole.
The work between and Bal Harbor Blvd. Detour signs will be in place to help drivers navigate around the construction area. Residents who live south of the construction area, including those who live on Bianca Court, will have access to their properties from Aqui Esta Drive.
Residents north of the construction, including those who live on Via Dolce Vita, will have access to their proper- ties fromWest Marion Avenue.
FPL crews will continue their work on Thursday, May 8, but the road will be open to local traffic with only one Where are the big ones biting? Look in the FishFinder every Thursday, only in Only in t ,he.
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FPL apologizes for any inconvenience while the company works to upgrade the electric infrastructure in the area. Paint Your Heart Out Punta Gorda was a collabora- tive effort among Team Punta Gorda, Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity, Comcast and the city.
What is known to very few are the hours of prep work on these properties in the days leading up to the event. Minor repairs were done, windows were caulked and the homes scraped and pressure washed.
These critically important projects were accomplished by several local builders and contractors who donated their time, talent and materials.
Team volun- teers took care of trim- ming the shrubs around the homes as needed. Without the participation of these local businesses we could never have ac- complished this project.
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The first stage is creating an office space in the L-shaped porch of the home. Kvitova was probably a little tired on the day - she went all the way to the title in Wuhan last week and extended that unbeaten run to the final here - but she was as gracious a runner-up as ever.
It was small things and small points that made the difference in the end. I had some chances, but Maria just didn't let them go. And we played two and a half, so I hope the fans enjoyed it too.
Kei Nishikori captured his second Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships title on Sunday to further improve his chances of becoming the first Asian player to qualify for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals next month.
Nishikori defeated fellow London hopeful Milos Raonic, the same player he beat for the Tokyo title, 5 , , under a closed roof at the Ariake Colosseum.
The final lasted two hours and 13 minutes. Nishikori is currently No. Raonic is placed at No. Five of the eight singles spots remain up for grabs at the prestigious season finale, to be held at The O2 in London from November.
Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have booked their places. These next few weeks will be really important for me.
Benneteau last week. Four of his seven trophies have come in If I had lost the tie-break, I might have screwed up the whole match.
He started aggressively and I think it was one of my toughest games against Milos. I am really happy to win. He had a lot of chances in the third set; he almost broke my serve a couple of times.
After the US Open, it was hard to maintain my motivation. We have practised more on the court and also physical work.
Beating a few Top 10 guys over the past year has helped my confidence. Against Kei, he just played better when it came down to the third set [in ].
I have felt I have always been in the thick of things the past two years, so I would say two years ago was more disappointing.
Raonic approached the net, striking down the line, but Nishikori reacted quickly to whip a forehand crosscourt winner into space to clinch the minute set.
Raonic responded by playing closer to the baseline. But Nishikori was soon under pressure again. Two points later, Nishikori struck a backhand into the net to give Raonic hit first service break.
Raonic lost five of his service points in the minute second set. Team NishikoriIn the decider, it was Nishikori who applied pressure. Ten thousand spectators in the Ariake Colosseum celebrated his win.
Nishikori was in tears when he hugged his coach, Michael Chang. At the beginning, the match was passing by really quick, but in the second and third set it was really good.
He has been playing with a lot of confidence, he went for his shots and it paid off. Kei has, consistently over the past few weeks, also played at a high level.
The match was high quality and I look forward to the next challenge in Shanghai. I need to turn up there with the right attitude and fight again. World No.
The Serb has not dropped a set all week in adding to the trophies he won in d. Cilic , d. Ferrer , d. Tsonga and d. Top seed Djokovic looked on course for a double bagel scoreline as he served for the match at in the second set.
But Berdych, having already offered his racquet to a ball kid in desperation, dug in to restore some pride before Djokovic served out victory at the second attempt in 67 minutes.
Especially against Tomas, who has a big game and is already an experienced player. It was , in under an hour. Everything I tried worked.
To be proud of the performance is the least I can say of how I played tonight. But with this kind of performance and with this domination result-wise, I mean it's never happened.
The year-old Berdych had been chasing valuable points in the Emirates ATP Race To London. The Czech is up to No.
There is really not much I can add to that because, really, I was just swept off the court. But I have never, ever experienced anything like that.
The year-old Djokovic captured an ATP World Tour-best fifth tour-level title of the year and the 46th of his career. The Belgrade native was victorious at Wimbledon d.
Federer and three ATP World Tour Masters tournaments in Indian Wells d. Federer , Miami d. Nadal and Rome d. The Serb spoke at the start of his Beijing campaign of his desire to finish the season at World No.
He will be looking to cement his position atop the pile by winning his 20th ATP World Tour Masters crown and learned on Sunday that he will face Dominic Thiem in the second round.
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Kei Nishikori 8. Milos Raonic. LINZ, Austria - In a final pitting WTA Rising Star against WTA Rising Star, it was Karolina Pliskova who came out on top against Camila Giorgi for the Generali Ladies Linz title - but just barely.
After letting a lead go en route to dropping the first set in a tie-break, Pliskova came out firing from the beginning of the second set, storming ahead and eventually taking the set, , and then again storming out to a lead in the third set, seemingly on her merry way to a runaway victory.
Giorgi found her game again - game by game she started building a comeback, winning five games in a row to go up and even holding a match point in the third with Pliskova serving , ad-out.
But she was playing so well in that part of the third set. Before that she was making so many mistakes, but she stopped doing that and calmed down, and she played so much better there.
She's one of the hottest players of the fall - she's won 16 of 19 matches since the US Open. The big-serving Czech is also the third player to win a WTA title from match point down this year, after Li Na who saved one against Lucie Safarova in the third round of the Australian Open and Aliz?
Cornet who saved a match point in the final of Katowice against - coincidentally - Giorgi. But she says she's still got room for improvement.
My movement isn't that great. And my serve can be up and down sometimes, so we'll have to practice that a little bit more. American culture.
More than international students are expected to enroll at UM this semester from 70 countries, a point raised by President Royce Engstrom during his State of the University address last week.
The figures include new students — up from new international students last year. The English Language Institute alone is maxed out at foreign students and more are waiting to enter the program next semester.
Creswell is approximately 10 miles south of Eugene. The conflict stemmed from a water main break on Main Street that took 16 hours to fix and left many residents without water during that time, according to the Daily News.
Having them integrate into the student body — and the Montana community at large — builds what he referred to as global competence.
It may also help students better navigate the workforce after college. These are new mechanisms universities have to include in their programs.
Launched in , the program helps international students develop their language skills and become familiar with American culture before they enter academia as a full-time student.
And the lessons are all around them. His multi-cultural. Six years ago, Kanau Kuroda from Nagasaki, Japan, entered the program knowing only a few words of English and with no clue how to navigate the UM campus, let along American culture.
Those early stresses are a distant memory, though they still bring a smile to her face. City parks director Karen Sargeant has been serving as acting city manager this time.
The new manager will replace Todd Crossett, whose contract was not renewed in December in a vote by the city commission, with Mayor Pat DeVries casting the tiebreaking ballot.
After voters decided to switch, the city hired Jay Henry as its first city manager in July of Eight months later, after the death of his son, Henry resigned.
The city went through two interim managers while conducting multiple searches for a new city manager, in which multiple candidates rejected the job.
Its No. Six years have elapsed and Kuroda looks to graduate from UM this semester. Nearly fluent in English and now serving as an international student adviser, she met three women from Brazil and gave them a campus tour.
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But Judge Baugh, who never met our daughter, justified the paltry sentence saying she was older than her chronological age.
Thursday at Veterans Memorial Park, which adjoins the Yellowstone County Courthouse in downtown Billings.
The story was recirculated on the Internet and drew comments on the websites of several national news publications. District Judge G.
Todd Baugh, pictured here in , handed down a day sentence on Monday to former Billings Senior High teacher Stacey Rambold, 54, who raped year-old Cherice Morales.
Organizers have scheduled a Thursday rally and a petition drive against the judge. Stacey Rambold stands in the courtroom Monday after sentencing by Judge G.
Todd Baugh. Rambold received 15 years in prison, with all but 31 days suspended, for sexual intercourse without consent.
He will also get credit for one day already served. I think the judge needs to be reviewed and he needs to be sanctioned. Protest organizer Sheena Rice said the suggestion that any 14year-old child was on equal footing with a rapist in his 40s, let alone a person of authority, like a schoolteacher, was outrageous.
She was a year-old and he was in a position of power. On Tuesday, Baugh stood by his comments that Morales was a troubled youth who was older than her age when it came to sexual matters.
If the former teacher completed treatment and complied with other conditions, the case would have been closed.
But Rambold broke terms of the agreement by associating with teens, who were his relatives, and by becoming sexually involved with an adult, but not notifying authorities.
Prosecutors hope the testimony helps convince jurors to hand down a rare military death sentence against Hasan, who was convicted last week for the attack that also wounded more than 30 people at the Texas military base.
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Swansons Apples. The year-old man who acted as a lookout while his three roommates attacked a convenience store clerk and robbed the store was sentenced Tuesday in Missoula County District Court to five years — all suspended — in the Montana State Prison.
Cruz Bernardi stood guard last Jan. Missoula Deputy County Attorney Jason Marks said he expected the light sentence.
According to the affidavit, Ikaika Kamaka, Devon Kamaka, Tureadon E. The conversation turned serious and it was See ASSAULT, Page B2.
The Union Gospel Mission holds a facilitated meeting this Thursday to discuss its move to the old Sweetheart Bakery on West Broadway in Missoula.
The meeting will be held from p. Thursday, Aug. Day said the meeting is intended for Westside neighbors and seating is limited, but the event is open to the public.
The mission, formerly the Rescue Mission, currently operates its soup kitchen on Toole Avenue near the Northside pedestrian and bicycle bridge.
Its plan to move the kitchen and run a life change center at W. Workers dangle from the crossbeams as they wrap the Blue Mountain Lookout in protective foil on Tuesday.
Crews add protective foil around lookout as movement of Lolo Creek fire also raises concern for observatory, powerline By ROB CHANEY of the Missoulian.
Sawyer Cody Thomas of Florence confers with fire division supervisor Scott Waldron about protecting the Blue Mountain Observatory. The Blue Mountain Lookout will shine in the sunlight on Thursday, when fire crews finish wrapping it in reflective foil.
Woodman Saddle. POLSON — Lake County authorities on Wednesday will resume their search of Flathead Lake for a Huson man who is missing and presumed dead, this time employing more sophisticated sonar equipment from Idaho.
Bird, 36, left a private campground south of Finley Point on Sunday morning with two dogs to go fishing. His boat was found a few miles away next to Big Bull Island within an hour and a half of his departure, with its propeller caught on rocks and Bird nowhere to be seen.
See BOATER, Page B2. About people submitted written to clarify how some companies can ask to keep that information secret from the comments on the issue, with nearly all of them opposing the repeal.
Commissioner Bob Lake,. Lake said Tuesday he hopes a revised rule will convince Mountain Water Co. Commissioner Travis Kavulla, R-Great Falls, who supports the current rule, said he hopes the PSC eventually will vote to release the Mountain Water executive compensation.
The Ninemile and Missoula ranger districts of Because of its troublesome location, it drew the efforts the Lolo National Forest of two person hand sent crews to 10 fires on Monday, although only one crews backed up by two helicopters.
That was the northwest of Lolo Hot Nemote fire in the Springs had a crew of eight mountains four miles. The main fire in the area remains the Lolo Creek Complex, which only grew 10 acres between Monday and Tuesday.
It now measures 10, acres and. Highway 12 is open to public traffic, although motorists are asked to watch for fire vehicles and drive under 45 mph through the burn zone.
Evacuation orders have been lifted for the Sleeman Gulch and west Lolo areas. The south half of the fire is in mop-up status, but its northeastern edge still burns out of control in steep terrain above Woodman Elementary School.
National Weather Service forecasts call for a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms in the area Wednesday, increasing to a 40 percent chance Thursday.
However, the area does not have a red flag warning, which would indicate dangerous fire conditions. When the fire threatened the upper ends of Sleeman Gulch Road, just west of Lolo, fire managers started scouting the Blue Mountain area to learn what their fall-back position offered.
On Monday, workers brought boxes of climbing gear to begin wrapping the lookout itself. The building sits on a foot tower, and every bit of wood needed to be wrapped in foil to keep it safe from flames.
That required some acrobatic dangling off stairways and cross-beams as the workers taped and stapled the foil in place. Marty Lorentz of Hamilton said he was pleased to be protecting his own backyard.
The observatory posed a tricky protection problem. Its walls were cinderblock, and relatively fireproof. But its domed roof was thin metal. The crews decided to insulate the telescope Meanwhile, a crew of inside, but otherwise Fires Are Us private contractors from Eureka set depend on creating defensible space around the up a network of sprinklers building.
In , Forest Service workers moved it to Blue Mountain, 11 miles and 3, feet from the Bitterroot River bottom. It was occupied every summer until this year, when a maintenance project was supposed to get underway.
Its balcony usually provides views of Lolo Peak and the pinnacles of the Bitterroot Range to the south, as well as the whole Missoula Valley to the north.
On Tuesday, all that was obscured by smoke from the Lolo Creek Complex. The rule says when. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Ken Toole, the former PSC member who proposed the disclosure rule, said Tuesday he did so because he got tired of the PSC routinely allowing utilities to keep salary information secret, without any real justification.
The rule makes it clear. Sargeant said authorities do not believe foul play was involved. The boat was spotted by an island resident who called shortly after noon.
One of the dogs was alone in the boat. The other dog was found later, on the island, wet. When no sign of Bird was seen on the islands or along their shorelines, the search officially became a.
Another relative told the Missoulian that Bird is originally from Missouri, and has spent the last several years in both Arizona and Montana.
The aunt said the year-old is an experienced outdoorsman who likes to hunt and fish. Less than two miles beyond the wires, helicopters ferried water and retardant in and out of the canyon folds.
The search will resume first thing Wednesday morning with the more sophisticated sonar equipment from Idaho. Marks explained that all of those found guilty in the case would contribute to the restitution and the amount would compensate the clerk for his loss of pay.
Thibodeaux was sentenced to 20 years in Montana State Prison — with 10 years suspended. Akaika Kamaka pleaded guilty and his sentencing hearing is Thursday.
Devon Kamaka pleaded not guilty and is set to go on trial Sept. Badger, a former University of Montana football player, has a status hearing on Sept.
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Get to a better State. Get State Farm. CALL ME TODAY. Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue deputy Bob Parcell told Pavalone the volunteer-run organization would try some different sonar techniques when they resume the search.
Saeman was last seen by his wife, who said her husband took a boat out onto the 1,acre lake to work on it mechanically. The boat was later found unmanned and floating adrift.
Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue started looking for the man Saturday. On Sunday, Missoula Search and Rescue and Flathead Search and Rescue joined the local group.
The victim, Ikaika Kamaka as a regular Patrick Bendig, had open customer, purchased the tea wounds on the top of his for him when Ikaika head and there was blood on Kamaka failed to come up the floor and on the walls, with money for the the affidavit stated.
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Take the first step and see if you qualify Call Montana Medical Research at or visit our website at montanamedicalresearch. CONNER — Harold F.
Stanton, 78, of Conner passed ALBERTON — Allen away Sunday, Aug. He was born April 7, Alberton, died peacefully at , in Hamilton, the son of his home on Thursday, Aug.
He was born July 8, , Harold in Missoula to entered the Emily and U. Army Stanley and was Benson.
Al stationed in grew up in Frederick, Charlo, and Md. Stanton graduated They married Benson from in Havre de Missoula Grace, Md.
In Harold received a B. Montana State University. He After leaving with 12 years of worked for Pacific Power and service, he and his wife Cheri Light Co.
Wyoming and Washington. He was was a member of the ARRL for known for his endless supply 60 years and St. Philip of jokes and one-liners, and Catholic Church in Darby for for making sure everyone who 23 years.
Philip Benizi outside the bar. Catholic Church in Darby Al was a tireless worker, with Father Jim Connor as and over the years continued celebrant.
There will be a to do masonry work. He was reception following the well known for his amazing services at the church. The and artistic masonry projects.
Condolences be remembered as his legacy. Survivors include his wife, Moose was Cheri of Alberton; his born on March daughters and their families, 4, , in Tanya Monte Mindt, Tami Ridgewood, Benson, Tara Justin N.
At Stefany Northcutt of the age of 3, Moose moved to Redmond, Wash. Missoula; nieces and College took him to Fort nephews, Phillip Tracie Collins, Colo.
Following his stay in Fort Pierre Schrambach of Collins, Moose moved to Hayden, Idaho, Cale Benson Missoula where he worked of Missoula, Andy Benson and various jobs and became a Adam Benson of Tacoma, regular on the Ultimate Frisbee Wash.
It was in grandchildren. Moose him over the years. On Joyce M. Cross Sept. Cross, 89, died at her home in Dallas, Ore.
After home in El Cerrito, Calif. Porter Stanley on Middle School. Moose was a beloved She graduated member of the Missoula School from Victor District as a sixth-grade High School teacher at C.
Porter for 17 Cross as years and a third-grade teacher valedictorian at Lowell Elementary for two and attended the University of years.
Moose can be California. Joyce married remembered for his quirky and Hayward Cross, an Army spontaneous sense of humor chaplain, and spent nearly 20 with students, parents and years at various locations both staff.
He was not only a in the states as well as dedicated and devoted teacher overseas. She is attending band concerts and survived by her daughter, sporting events.
Kathie Hill, and son Woody Most recently, Moose Cross, both in California. Moose is survived by his wife, Joanne Marie McNulty; sons, Sean Patrick McNulty and Kevin McNulty; mother Herbert A.
Elaine McNulty and brother Thomas Bernard McNulty. Stoltenberg, 95, died Monday, at Pattee Canyon Recreation Aug. Estates in Hamilton. In lieu of flowers, donations Brothers Mortuary and can be made to the McNulty Crematory is assisting the Education Fund through the family with services.
Missoula Federal Credit Union. MISSOULA — Svea Ann Sage, 93, died peacefully at MISSOULA — Bill Burke her home from natural causes passed away Sunday, Aug.
Surviving family side. Amanda, Cody, and Dakota Burke Bill attended Maughan, Jonathon, Shayden, school in Kolby, Isaac, Camden, Ellis Anaconda and and Kaija Nagle; brothers, Missoula.
In , and half-sister Debbie Bill joined the U. Navy and Phillip Cook, and numerous embarked on a two-year nieces and nephews. Bill was by her son, Steven Sage; honorably discharged in Bill worked brothers, Lon Daniels, Gene as a tire technician and Daniels, Carlee Daniels, and manager, alongside his father half-brother Greg Daniels.
From there Bill married to Chancey Ruport worked at various tire Sage. She was a machinist companies throughout during World War II and later Missoula.
Bill went on to try worked for the University of his hand at building picture Montana for more than 25 frames and sorting years as a telephone operator.
She was an avid hunter and Bill had a love for the outdoorswoman. She was a outdoors. Camping, fishing, proud activist for citizen hunting and a simple drive in rights and often spoke at city the mountains brought a meetings.
Elvis Saturday, Aug. Cremation has taken place. Never having married scattered at a later date or had children, Bill thought according to her wishes.
Bill is survived by his Rebecca D. Even Funston Jerry of Anaconda during the last 20 years with whom was his favorite pasty cancer her generosity and maker; Kathleen Sewell of desire to help managed to Townsend; cousins, Laurie shine for others to see.
Her surviving great-nieces that were the twinkle in his eye — Brooklynn family also includes her mother, sister, three brothers, and Samantha. In-laws and out-laws are Burke and father Donald bountiful.
He was also preceded All who wish to celebrate by several aunts, uncles and her life, and share their own grandparents. Saturday, Aug. Please come and p.
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We are forever Leonard, 57 grateful for their love, support BROWNING — Helen and dedication to Bill. DesRosier Shook, 87, in Condolences and Albany, Ore.
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