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Jimmie Robinson and FPC topple Bartram Trail in spring game.

Graduates get a proper send-off at Baccalaureate ceremony. PAGE 17

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FCAT’s bark worse than bite for Flagler County. Scores are up! PAGE 3

CITY OFFICES

hero’s homecoming By Jonathan Simmons | News Editor

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Councilman Jason DeLorenzo and Mayor Jon Netts discussed options for housing city offices.

In a bind, city considers leaving City Marketplace

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+ Palm Coast resident honored for five-year fight against cancer Palm Coast resident Genetta Rodriquez returned to Cancer Treatment Centers of America on May 16 to celebrate a milestone in her cancer journey: five years of survivorship. Rodriquez was honored at “Celebrate Life,” the annual CTCA event that commemorates the courage and tenacity of five-year cancer survivors and the examples of perseverance and hope these survivors serve as for those battling the disease. Alongside other cancer survivors, current patients and their loved ones, Rodriquez participated in a tree planting ceremony — in which one tree was planted for each five-year survivor — and a dove release, where patients released several doves into the morning sky as a symbol of renewal. Celebrants also gave lapel pins with the word “hope” to patients currently undergoing treatment at CTCA. “Those words, ‘You’re in remission,’ are the most joyous words to your ears,” Rodriquez said. “I was able to enjoy my family, my grandchildren, and do so many things I had on my bucket list.” “Celebrate Life is a wonderful time to honor and rejoice in the many personal milestones our patients have experienced during the last five years,” said John McNeil, president and CEO of CTCA in Philadelphia. “We are so proud of all of our celebrants, and honored to acknowledge and celebrate their journey and continued success.”

SEE OUR TOWN / PAGE 2

Palm Coast’s landlord wants to raise its rent.

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Kate Denker swings her 4-year-old son, Freddy, on the new swing set in their new home, provided through Building Homes for Heroes.

Iraq War veteran Bryan Denker has been given a mortgagefree Palm Coast house through Building Homes for Heroes.

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lagler County Iraq War veteran Bryan Denker, his wife, Kate, and their 4-year-old son, Freddy, set foot inside their new, mortgage-free home in Palm Coast May 22 in a ceremony attended by about 50 people. “It’s perfect. It’s absolutely perfect,” Bryan Denker said after exploring his new home. “It’s perfect for my dogs, it’s perfect for my son — this whole town, this whole area — it’s just perfect. … The town’s clean, and everybody’s friendly here.” The house, a neatly landscaped, cream-colored home in Palm Coast’s E-section with a backyard swing set and a pool, was provided through Building Homes for Heroes, a nonprofit formed in 2006 that gives homes to injured Afghanistan and Iraq War veterans. A “welcome home” banner flew above the house’s entrance as community figures including Mayor Jon Netts and

Mayor Jon Netts welcomes Air Force veteran Bryan Denker home. Sheriff James Manfre greeted the Denker family. “You’re going to start a new chapter in your life here,” Netts said. “May you thrive. May you have health and happiness here.” Bryan Denker, who left the Air Force as a staff sergeant in

December, was injured by an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2010. He went through 12 surgeries on his leg and suffers from combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder, ac-

SEE HEROES / PAGE 4

The city of Palm Coast is running short on time to determine what its home address will be after its lease in City Marketplace ends in October. The complex’s landlord is demanding a rent increase which would leave the city paying about 57% more than it pays now, and the city’s planned City Hall is only about 60% into the design phase and won’t be open until fall 2015. “You’re talking about a $140,000 increase in rent in one year for us,” City Manager Jim Landon said during a City Council workshop May 27. “You can’t do that without having an increase in your millage rate. … That is a very large hit for the general fund.” The city’s annual rent at City Marketplace is about $20,000 per month, or $240,000 per year. The owner’s proposal — $17 per square foot — would bring the city’s rent to about $378,000 per year. “I’m not very comfortable with $17 a foot,” Palm Coast Mayor Jon Netts said. “I’m not comfortable with that number at all. That’s first-class, premier space.” At this point, Administration Coordinator Beau Falgout said, the city can either remain in City Marketplace, perhaps using less space there to reduce cost, or it can move elsewhere. The city’s City Marketplace home is 22,221 square feet at about $10.80 per square foot,

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+ St. Mark by the Sea marks 40th year in Palm Coast

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The Flagler Gun & Archery Club raised $3,150 at its May 4 Cancer in the Crosshairs fundraiser, and will donate the money to the American Cancer Society. The Holly Hill Police Agency and Flagler County Sheriff’s Office competed in shooting matches, and a Flagler County Sheriff’s deputy won the event. “It takes a lot of work to organize an event like this,” Flagler County Undersheriff Rick Staly said in a Flagler Gun & Archery Club press release, “but these guys are passionate about doing their part to donate to cancer research, and we hope to continue to be involved as the event grows.” Officer Jack Sventko was the winner of the three-gun competition, according to the press release. He was presented with the Charles T. “Chuck” Sease memorial trophy and award named in honor of Flagler County Deputy Charles Sease, who was struck and killed by a vehicle being pursued by officers July 5, 2003. The Embry Riddle Aeronautical University ROTC also competed, and the gold medal student winner was David Bailey. The fundraiser was started after club member Ken Smith asked club president Steve Canfield if they could hold a small fundraiser for in honor of his godmother Marlene Germain, who died of pancreatic cancer Dec. 19. Marlene’s children, grandchildren and husband traveled from Massachussetts to attend the event, and the ERAU ROTC presented her husband with an American flag in her honor. For more information, call 888-8234251 or go to flaglergunclub.com or facebook.com/FlaglerGunClub.

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St. Mark by the Sea Lutheran Church gathered in worship May 4, to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Charter member Marjorie Flanagan and longtime member Barbara Wilkens were recognized as special guests by the congregation. The choir of Immanuel Slavic Church of Palm Coast sang an anthem of Psalm 91 in Russian, their native language. The bell choir, under the direction of Jane Mason, presented a selection and accompanied many of the hymns. The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Audrey Umbach, sang songs of praise. Congregation member Mel Symonette played an offertory anthem on trombone and was accompanied by Mason on the organ and Rich Mason on the bass guitar. St. Mark by the Sea Lutheran Church is located at 303 Palm Coast Parkway, N.E. The congregation worships 8:30 and 11 a.m. every Sunday morning.

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+ Garden Club at Palm Coast names officers, scholarships The Garden Club at Palm Coast installed new officers for 2014-15 at its recent May picnic which was held at the Florida Agricultural Museum. They are Tom McKean, president; Mary Kross, vice president; Doreen Hodge, recording secretary; Helen Tetrault, treasurer; Pat Maurer, assistant treasurer; Seona Ritchie, three-year director; Anita Knudsen, two-year director and Linda Hensler, one-year director. The club also awarded its annual scholarships, totaling $3,000 to two graduates of Flagler Palm Coast High School, Abigail Vigh and Joshua Ore, and one graduate of Matanzas High School, Shannon Herlihy-She. Vigh will be attending St. Augustine Technical School. Ore will be attending Santa Fe College. Herlihy-She will major in ecology and environmental sciences at Florida State University in Tallahassee.

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Eighth-grade writing scores increased 10%. Tenth-grade writing improved 6% districtwide.

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Flagler makes gains in FCAT Flagler County made notable gains on FCAT 2.0 writing and third-grade reading and mathematics scores, which were released May 23. Flagler improved from 2013 in three of the five assessment areas while maintaining performance in grade-four writing. Grade-eight writing scores increased 10%, and grade 10 writing improved 6%. Gradethree math scores increased 5%. “We’re very pleased with the results we’re seeing,” Flagler Schools Superintendent Jacob Oliva said. “We’ve been focused on achievement and have a great team of teachers working together.” Compared to the state, Flagler County scored above the

state average in all but 10thgrade writing, which came in 1% below the state average. In state rankings, Flagler County came in the top 10 for fourth-grade writing and thirdgrade reading. In eight-grade writing, the district improved from a rank of 35 in 2013 to 18 in 2014. A rank improvement from 31 to 19 was also seen in third-grade math. This year, all three writing prompts were expository, which Oliva said was an extra challenge for students. Notable school-specific improvements were seen in third-grade math at Imagine School at Town Center, which improved by 15% year-overyear (69% proficient in 2014 vs. 54% proficient in 2013). Indian

Trails Middle School also improved its eight-grade writing scores by 17% year-over-year (65% in 2014 vs. 48% in 2013). Imagine saw a 17% drop in eighth-grade writing scores. Gains in fourth-grade writing were seen at Old Kings Elementary, Bunnell Elementary, Belle Terre Elementary and Rymfire Elementary. However, an 18% drop was seen at Imagine. Drops were also seen in third-grade reading scores at Bunnell, Rymfire, Wadsworth and Imagine. In 10th-grade writing, Flagler Palm Coast High School saw a gain of 10%, while Matanzas dropped 1%. Both high schools had a mean writing score of 3.5, which is equivalent to the state. Florida’s recent academic

gains have received national attention. The Sunshine State jumped from 11th to sixth in the nation for educational quality in 2013.

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Next year, a new assessment based on the Florida Standards will replace the FCAT 2.0. The Florida Standards for mathematics and English language arts stress a broader approach for student learning, including an increased emphasis on analytical thinking. With the new and more rigorous standards, a new assessment was needed to measure student progress. The remainder of FCAT 2.0 scores are expected to be released in two weeks.

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At 90 years old, Frank Hedrick is one of the oldest World War II veterans in Palm Coast, and he was honored on Memorial Day to present a wreath at the city’s ceremony at Heroes Park, with Patrick Juliano, of the Palm Coast Fire Department Color Guard. For coverage of the VFW ceremony later in the day, see Page 19.

NEW GAS STATION? By Jonathan Simmons | News Editor

Palm Coast eyes land swap on State Road 100 A total of 14 acres would leave city boundaries, and three acres of unincorporated land would become part of the city. At first glance, it may look like a bad deal for Palm Coast: 14 acres that are now part of the city’s boundaries will become unincorporated, and part of the Flagler County Airport, in a land swap that will transfer just three acres of now-unincorporated land into the city’s boundaries. But the 14 acres the city will lose sit by the end of a runway on space that the airport needs for a safety buffer — the area, essentially, that would be in danger if a plane missed its landing — while the three acres that will be transferred into the city’s boundaries are a plot owned by Florida Landmark LLC at the intersection of State Road 100 and Seminole Woods Boulevard. “You’re potentially looking at a service station, or barring that, some other use that would increase the city’s tax rolls,” Palm Coast Senior Planner Jose Papa said at a May 27 City Council workshop. Florida Landmark Properties plans to

develop the three-acre plot for an airport commerce center, but would need city water and sewer connections to do it. “They have a retail establishment interested in that corner, but only if they can have that State Road 100 frontage,” City Manager Jim Landon said. “This is something that’s really a three-way agreement with Flagler County, the property owner that owns the corner of Seminole Woods and State Road 100 — that would be the southwest corner — and the city of Palm Coast.” The three-acre rectangle of land borders a larger, triangular Florida Landmark plot that runs along Seminole Woods Boulevard. The 14-acre plot that would become unincorporated could not be used for any residential or commercial development because of federal air safety regulations. None of the land in question is owned by

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Palm Coast will gain the small red “annexation area” rectangle south of State Road 100, but the “contraction area,” outlined in green, will go to the county for the Flagler County Airport.

the city; the transfers considered involve boundaries, not land ownership, Landon said. The matter will return to the council for action during a business meeting.

By Jonathan Simmons | News Editor

When a partially clothed woman ran screaming off the Palm Harbor Golf Course, yelling that she was on fire — she wasn’t, at least, not visibly — the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office deputy who took the call placed her in the back of his vehicle “for officer safety” and called paramedics. But the woman, 22-year-old Nicole Ashley Rizzo, made “numerous statements about a methamphetamine lab in a location she called “the island of the Palm Harbor Golf Course,” according to the deputy’s report. And when deputies checked the area, they found evidence she might have been right. The incident began at about 5:30 p.m. May 15, according to a deputy’s report. The call to the Sheriff’s Office reported a woman “acting erratic stating that she was on fire,” and the responding deputy found Rizzo, standing shirtless in her bra, saying her skin was on fire and that she was running away from people who were trying to assault her. Rizzo was already known to local deputies. She’d been arrested before on drug-related and probation violation charges, according to jail records. She said she’d been in the woods with five other people, most of them men, and that they were cooking meth. Two of those, people — one woman and one man — were trying to lure her into the woods and kill her, she told the deputy. She said they threw a chemical on her skin that made it feel as if it was burning. Paramedics who evaluated Rizzo said she was under the influence of some kind of narcotic. She told the deputy she takes opiates, according to the report. The paramedics said her condition wasn’t life-threatening and released her back to the deputy, and she offered to show the deputy where the meth lab was. Two deputies followed Rizzo about a quarter mile on foot into the wooded area of the golf course near the canal that faced north parallel to Club House Drive. “After several possible locations, Nicole was able to lead us to an area that had apparently been occupied by someone,” the deputy wrote in the report. “As we approached this location, I observed a tent structure in the woods 100 yards east of our location.” Rizzo said one of the meth-cookers used the tent. The two deputies called for backup to search the area, and Rizzo “began pointing out items such as chairs, bottles and other things she says they placed in the woods to cook meth,” according to the report. There was a green lawn chair leaning against a tree, and Rizzo said one of the people cooking meth had placed it there. One of the deputies found a brown luggage bag and a plastic bag and noticed the smell of propane. The deputies backed off and called for the Narcotics Unit, saying they’d found evidence of a possible meth lab. The unit showed up at 7:48 p.m., and “upon further investigation it was determined that the materials found were a quantity of common household products commonly associated with the illegal production of methamphetamines,” but there was no active cook or product in the bag, according to the repot. Another woman at the scene, questioned separately from Rizzo and not named in the report, also told deputies there was a meth lab in the area Rizzo had indicated. She said that she and Rizzo had nothing to do with it.


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cording to a profile on the Building Homes for Heroes website. But he said he still felt undeserving of the nonprofit’s generosity. “There are how many thousands of others that gave everything,” he said. “I just got an injury to Kate the leg and a couple surgeries. There are families without fathers now.” Building Homes for Heroes only donates mortgage-free homes to veterans listed by the VA as 90% disabled, Building Homes for Heroes representative Kim Valdyke said. “To alleviate even one bit of the stress in their life makes it all worth-

while,” she said. JP Morgan Chase Bank donates homes, Valdyke said, and Building Homes for Heroes only places veterans in locations they want to live in. Bryan Denker doesn’t have a Denker regular income, so the mortgage-free home will give the family some stability. “Just having that stability, for them to give us that, is amazing,” Kate Denker said. “It’s nice that somebody notices the sacrifice. It’s what you want to see as a wife. You want somebody to know the work that they’re doing.”

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CITY OFFICES / FROM PAGE 1 Falgout said. City staff already approached John Clark Bills — owner of John C. Bills Properties, the company that owns City Marketplace — and asked for a six-month term at its current rate and the option to go monthto-month afterward. Bills came back with the $17 per square foot offer. The city returned to Bills on May 19 with an offer to pay 10% more than its current lease for a one year term at $22,000 per month, and Bills responded May 22 by offering the city five options, only the first two of which would be remotely feasible. The first option offered was one year at $13.50 per square foot, plus all interior, heating and air conditioning costs. City officials cited regular maintenance issues and problems with bathroom plumbing, elevators and air conditioning as a reason to avoid that one. The second option was a one-year lease at $17 per square foot. The remaining three options were five years at $12 per square foot with 4% annual increases; 20 years starting at $15 per square foot with 4% annual increases, and city ownership at the end of the 20-year term; or a 20-year lease on a new space in City Marketplace that would start at $18 per square foot with 4% annual increases and also result in city ownership of the property after 20 years. Landon said the lease purchase deals would violate the city charter. But the city has other options, Falgout said. The city could vacate the third floor at City Marketplace and lease just 11,334 square feet at the $17 rate, then look for another 3,000 feet of space elsewhere in the Palm Coast Parkway corridor, where there are multiple options. The city could also use space in other city facilities, like Water Treatment Plant No. 3 and the city’s main fire station, he said. That option would cost about $233,266 per year, including the cost of the additional space. Or, he said, the city could vacate City

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‘CLOSING OUT’ GRAND HAVEN DRI Palm Coast is planning an Essentially Built Out Agreement to “close out” the Grand Haven Development of Regional Impact, Palm Coast Senior Planner Jose Papa said at a May 27 City Council workshop. Under the agreement, the city would continue to issue permits for the construction of about 350 units that have been platted but not yet built. Once all of the construction is finished, the development will have about 1,905 homes, Papa said. The agreement will also recognize the development’s 85,000 square feet of commercial property.

Marketplace and move into the former Daytona Beach News-Journal building on State Road 100, where the owner has offered to lease out the 9,800 square-foot space on a short-term lease for $9 per square foot. The city would also need to rent up to 4,800 square feet of space in three units at the Winn-Dixie Plaza on State Road 100 — where space has been offered at $16.87 per square foot — and use other city facilities to make that option work, Falgout said. That option, including rent in all facilities, would cost a total of $188,300 if the city takes an early move-in option and moves before Aug. 1. Otherwise, it would cost $233,036. “If City Council decides to look at those two options,” Netts said, “The question is: Which is easier, which is more efficient, which is more user-friendly?” Staff recommended that the city finalize a one-year lease with Bills for the bottom floor of City Marketplace for $17 per square foot or less, and opt for an agreement to use the old News-Journal building if it can’t work something out with Bills. Staff will come back to the City Council with a lease for consideration by the June 10 City Council Workshop, Falgout said.

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Mentors inspire black students There was no attempt to make the world look pretty. For every word of praise uttered at the African American Mentoring P r o g r a m’s a n n u a l a w a r d s banquet May 22, at First Baptist Church of BRIAN MCMILLAN Palm Coast, there was another word of grit. As John Winston, president of the program, awarded high school seniors Marcus Polite and Daniel Wright for their accomplishments, he called for the attention of the younger boys in the audience and said in a pleading one: “This is the example you want to set for yourself.” The underlying message was clear, especially after mentor and guest speaker Michael Morton recited a statistic that one third of black men eventually spend time in jail: If you don’t work hard like Polite and Wright did, you could wind up behind bars, too. It made a knot form in my stomach to hear it. How can we tell young boys that they have the capacity for greatness one minute, and tell them they are at-risk the next minute? But this is the emotional tug-of-war that was being acted out at the banquet. At one point, Morton called up a young boy to the front of the gymnasium. Then, while the boy faced the audience of a

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John Winston, president of the African American Mentoring Program, addresses the audience while surrounded by the mentors and students. few hundred people, Morton held a pair of handcuffs in one hand and a college diploma in the other and asked how to make sure this young boy followed the better path. His theme was that it takes a village to raise a child. It was a message of desperation vs. empowerment, of choice vs. fate. “Let’s talk about appearance,” Morton said. “The pants thing. I hope you know what you’re mimicking.” Morton, who worked as an officer at a prison in New York, said that when people are incarcerated, their belts are removed, and that makes their pants fall down. When black men let their pants fall down around their rears today, they are simply perpetuating the prison style and, in a sense, accepting that prison is part of their heritage. The style of floppy, open

boots originated in prison, too, because inmates’ shoelaces had to be removed. The foot-dragging motion of the chain gangs has survived in an exaggerated swagger in black culture today, he said. “We need to think about breaking out of those chains,” Morton said, adding later, “Doing time is not a requirement to be hip.” Winston placed the responsibility on the parents. He said many young black children suffer from “no-dad-itis,” or “having no dad at home to show them the way.” He said there will be spots on WNZF radio in the near future that say, “It’s 10 o’clock. Do you know where your children are?” And unfortunately, he said, “too many of us can’t answer that question.” One of the youngest mentors in the program, Derrick

Jackson, suggested that many of the kids in the mentoring program begin with a mentality that their environment has doomed them. “If they see someone with success, they think, ‘They must not have come from the same type of home life that I came from,’” he said. But, as the young boys get to know the mentors, they begin to realize that success is possible for them, too. Praise should be given to Winston, Jackson, Morton and the others in the African American Mentoring Program for volunteering countless hours to provide love and guidance for young men, not to replace the parents, but to be part of the village and to take up arms against this sea of troubling statistics. Volunteers are needed. Visit aampflaglerschools.org.

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Scammer tires of carrot, tries stick 1:49 p.m. First block of Edith Pope Drive. Harassing phone calls. The calls seemed silly enough at first: “Have your wife send us $500,” the caller said, “and you will receive a grand prize of $1 million.” The caller ID placed the calls’ origin in Kingston, Jamaica, and the man receiving them in Palm Coast didn’t take them seriously, according to a Sheriff’s Office report. Until the calls got serious. The man called the Sheriff’s Office the afternoon of May 17 after arriving home and checking his message machine to find a message from the Jamaica caller. The caller said he would come to the man’s Edith Pope Drive house and kill his mother. The man wasn’t didn’t remember the individual numbers the calls came from. Deputies uploaded the recording to an evidence database but have no leads.

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11:57 p.m. Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center. Stolen handgun recovered. Late the night of May 18, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office got a call from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office: A local fisherman had found a handgun stolen in Flagler County in 2011. The fisherman snagged the gun, a 9mm Smith and Wesson, in a lake near U.S. Highway 17. A Flagler man reported the handgun stolen from his Nissan Pathfinder on June 27, 2011, according to a Sheriff’s Office report. He told deputies he’d left the loaded gun in his center console along with a boot knife and a $50 pair of sunglasses the day before while he ran some errands and went out for pizza. He noticed they were all missing the next morning. He thought he’d kept the car locked the whole time, but there was no damage to the vehicle.

9:01 p.m. First block of Brownstone Lane. Domestic disturbance. A Sheriff’s Office deputy responding to a domestic disturbance call found a man with a busted lip caused by an uncommon weapon: a housecat chucked at him by his angry girlfriend. The man told the deputy he’d been arguing with his girlfriend of three years when she picked up the cat and threw it onto his face, then grabbed him and pushed him. The deputy arrested the girlfriend on a charge of domestic battery, according to an arrest report.

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dispute: one man complaining that another man’s fence leaned onto his property. But on May 18, a Flagler County deputy was called out to Wellshire Lane three times, ultimately arresting the complainer. The deputy was sitting about 100 yards from the homes when he saw the complainer grab a wooden plank of the other neighbor’s fence, rip it off, and chuck it into the neighbor’s yard. Moments later, the victim called, saying his neighbor was threatening him and ripping up his fence. When the deputy got to the homes — the third time he’d been there that day — the victim said his neighbor had ripped the plank off his fence and said he’d beat him to death and that his fists were “legal weapons,” according to the deputy’s report. The victim said he thought the neighbor was violent, and said he feared for his safety. The complainer said he tore off the plank because the fence was leaning onto his property. He’d said the same thing about the fence when the deputy was called out to the location that afternoon. But he didn’t have a survey, and the deputy had told him to check with the city of Palm Coast to see where the property boundary lay.

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8:01 p.m. 1000 block of Palm Coast Parkway Southwest. Burglary. Two women walked out of a class at a local yoga lounge May 20 and found that someone had smashed their car windows and broken into their cars, which were parked side by side. One victim had left her $400 purse sitting on the front passenger seat with a $100 wallet, plus credit and debit cards, tucked inside. It was all gone. The other had left a lunch box, a $100 wristlet wallet and debt and credit cards under some clothing in the front seat. The wallet, lunch box and cards were all taken. An iPad that had been sitting on top on the lunch box was not stolen.

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to be depressed by seeing a “mini cemetery setting” in the middle of Flagler Beach! I don’t understand the concept of public mourning of children. Veterans Park, on the other hand, is to remember and respect the sacrifices of veterans for our freedom(s). I sincerely wish that Donna Lunsford can find a way to channel her energy, time and other people’s money into making life better for the living. Wouldn’t it be nice to have an ongoing project for foster children or hospitalized children? I am also very offended that she has no respect for Veterans Park! The park is obviously dedicated to all vets — those who have sacrificed their health/lives (whose parents miss them!) to make this a free country for all — including Ms. Lunsford. Hope Martin Palm Coast

+ Keep guns away from this guy Dear Editor: With regard to a recent letter from Dennis Glover regarding guns, I want to commend him for giving voice to my greatest concern — angry old men running around beautiful Palm Coast armed to the teeth. Because that’s what our relatively safe and peaceful community needs: more guns in the hands of those citizens most likely to use them to fix all that they perceive to be wrong with our society. About any study of the gun issue that I’m aware of clearly indicates that we are most at risk of gun-related injury or death from people we know — friends, neighbors and relatives — not from criminals. Not one credible study that I’ve seen supports the conservative myth that more guns make people safer. Of all the industrialized nations of the world, we have the most guns and have, by

far, the most gun-related deaths. Now to the issue of whether our local Sheriff’s Office will protect us, Mr. Glover indicates his belief that not only that they can’t, but in fact, won’t for some inexplicable reason. Seems in his opinion that there is some vast conspiracy to take his guns away. This is not only ludicrous on the face of it, but deeply insulting to our deputies who daily put their lives on the line for him. In fact, law enforcement officials across the country have called for some rational level of gun control, including registration of guns and ammunition, to help keep guns out of the hands of those who should not have them. Truth be known, I am more afraid of accidently bumping into Mr. Glover in a Publix isle than I am of being robbed in the parking lot. Mike Cocchiola Palm Coast

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meeting May 19 to discuss beach renourishment. County Administrator Craig Coffey said at that meeting that he would like to know if the Flagler Beach Commission is united in support of the Army Corps plan. Carney and Flagler Beach Commissioner Marshall Shupe attended the meeting but did not address the County Commission. “They want to hear from us, ‘We want you to proceed,’” Carney said. The city and county also need to determine how to deal with beach walkovers that sit on land needed for the project, she said. “I want them to say, ‘Our plan is not to take your stuff, our plan is to come in with an easement, a perpetual easement. This is how we get to a perpetual easement,’” she said. “There’s a lot of property down there that doesn’t belong to the city of Flagler Beach, and the county knows that.” The Flagler Beach Commission agreed to request a meeting with the county.

from only a few feet away on either side. This was the third such incident with Pence’s dogs, McCabe said. McCabe, who is disabled, waved his cane to fend off the Labs. Pence secured the dogs and told McCabe, “I will kick your old man (expletive) if you don’t leave my animals alone,” Christian McCabe told deputies. Kelly Pence McCabe called 911. Deputies charged Pence with assault.

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OPPOSITE FIELD Joey LoMonaco | Sports Writer

A vacation from sports? The elderly lady sitting to my right on U.S. Airways Flight 878 to Washington, D.C., thought my parents should be proud. I think her name was Mary Lou. That’s right, I missed all of last weekend’s docket of spring football games — instead using the long weekend to visit my family and friends for the first time since I arrived in the SunJOEY shine State two LoMONACO months ago. I was bummed to miss out on what would’ve been my first gridiron action since November, but family and friends are tops for me, so no apologies. Mary Lou and I didn’t waste much time with small talk. She and her husband (who was, unluckily for her, seated one row up and across the aisle) were originally from Flint, Michigan. He was a homicide detective there. She was quick to add, in a whisper, that during her husband’s tenure there, Flint had the highest homicide rate in the nation. As the nightscape of North Carolina gave way to a smattering of lights dotting southwest Virginia, I quickly shifted the conversation to University of Michigan football, to Bo Schembechler, Lloyd Carr and (current Michigan president) Mary Sue Coleman. She tossed out a few names of her own: gridiron greats Mark Harmon and Gerald Ford. She told stories of her former students that had gone to star at “little brother” Michigan State. Even at 30,000 feet, I couldn’t escape sports banter. At home, I had pitched with my dad off the mound we built together when I was 12. The next day, we threw long toss out in the larger common area where we dug up all the clay for said mound. My arm felt really live; for a 23-yearold washout, I was bringing it. Casting call for “The Rookie 2,” anyone? Staying with sports flicks, I’ll never need to have a mystic catch in the cornfields like Kevin Costner did with his pops in “Field of Dreams.” Throughout my trip home, I scanned the Twitterverse to check on the spring games. I beamed as I read our stringer’s account of Jimmie Robinson’s long touchdown for Flagler Palm Coast — the Bulldogs had themselves a night. I chatted with Coach Ripley over the phone; he broke down Matanzas’ loss and told me that the Pirates have a lot of work to do over the next three months. I wasn’t at all surprised to read about Mainland thumping University. By Tuesday morning, I was back in Palm Coast, typing up golf scores, catching up on emails, and watching a 99-year-old bowler post triple-digit scores that would undoubtedly whip mine. I may have missed spring football, but the break was nice. And now, it’s back to work. Follow @pcosports on Twitter. Send your story ideas to joey@palmcoastobserver.com.

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It’s only May, but Flagler Palm Coast appeared to be in mid-season form Friday when it routed Bartram Trail High School 41-14, thanks in large part to a long catch and run by wide receiver Jimmie Robinson. The Bulldogs jumped out to a quick 14-7 lead, scoring on a fumble return from cornerback Joshua Belle and a rushing touchdown by sophomore running back Que’shuan Byrd. Set up with a firstand-15 late in the first quarter, quarterback Dalton Thomas hit Robinson on the flank, and the talented wide receiver did the rest. Robinson wove in and out of the Bears defense before breaking into the open field for a 68-yard touchdown.

“I was just hustling, and kept moving my feet side to side,” said Robinson of the scoring play. “I got help from the guys in front of me, and I made it.” Bulldogs coach Caesar Campana cited Robinson’s experience in the offense. “He’s incredible,” Campana said. “Jimmie’s been at this forever now.” Although FPC showed promise across the board Friday, Campana believes there’s room to improve. “We got to work on our conditioning and our younger guys getting better,” he said. “Also depth — we have to make sure we can make it as a team throughout those 10 games.” Robinson wasn’t the only Bulldog to put to-

Jimmie Robinson scores a 68-yard touchdown during Friday’s game. gether a big night. Byrd had a total of three touchdowns, and kicker Chase Hydrick went a perfect 5-for-5 on field goal attempts

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GROWING PAINS By Joey LoMonaco | Sports Writer

Short-handed Matanzas falls to Fleming Island in spring game The Pirates hung tight in the first quarter before turnovers and miscues struck. Forty-six players dressed for Matanzas’ May 22 spring game against Fleming Island. But due to injury and eligibility issues, just 33 played in the double-digit, shutout loss. And for first-year coach Robert Ripley, that’s a big problem. “When you put the firstteam offense and then the first-team defense out there and only four people change, that’s going to put a damper on how you do things,” Ripley said. Despite the lopsided score (32-0 in the third quarter), Ripley saw the Pirates hold their own during the early going; Fleming Island didn’t get on the board until the final seconds of the first quarter. Matanzas’ quarterbacking duo of starter Ian Hubbs and freshman Noah Hoffman went

Mike Peppin makes a hit and causes a fumble. a combined 5-of-12 passing. “I felt like our quarterbacks did everything they could,” Ripley said. “They did not hurt us; they did not turn the ball over in regard to throwing interceptions. We had some backfield mechanic issues with handing the ball off, but I think those were some cour-

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get more miles out of Matt Esposito at the running back position.” Ripley said the defensive line performed well as a unit, but that the offensive line (made up of five rising sophomores) struggled at times with alignment. “There are still some things that we didn’t understand schematically, and there are some things we didn’t do well in regards to competing,” Ripley said. With spring ball now in the rear view and with three months before Matanzas faces another opponent, Ripley eyes safety in numbers. “Our No. 1 goal right now is to get eligible,” he said. “These next three months are going to make or break our program for this season.”


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Before giving her charge to graduates, the Rev. Gwen Jackson broke out her smartphone and told the graduates to fill in the aisles. It was time to leave their mark, with a group selfie. “When we are making marks, we don’t know how far it will go,” she told the graduates. “You have already made a huge mark that will not be erased.” Student reflections by Flagler Palm Coast’s Jeyda Deniz and Matanzas’ Travis Thompson urged their fellow students to think about whose hands their future is in and to live like the example that Timothy set in chapter 4 of 1 Timothy, which was one of the Bible reading recited by Matanzas student Marcaus Cooper. Marcus Polite also performed a reading from Joshua 1.

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In commemorating the virtues of the departed heroes who served the United States in time of need, Jim Allen, Past Cmdr. Pat Donnelly and Cmdr. Ron Stark placed flowers on a memorial stone at the post’s flag pole. The red symbolized the zeal of the departed comrades in upholding brotherhood, trust and justice; the white, a token of the purity of affection we have for the departed comrades; and the blue, a symbol of truth and fidelity.

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Food preparations for the Palm Coast Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8696 annual Memorial Day Picnic started three days ago. With an anticipated attendance of 200 people, the Ladies Auxiliary needed plenty of time to prepare the deviled eggs. But as much as everyone loved the Monday afternoon all-American meal, the real reason behind the holiday was celebrated during a ceremony in front of the post May 26, before the eating began.

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The Matanzas High School Beta Club and physical disabilities students visit Whispering Meadows Ranch.

In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving our customers, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for the Palm Coast potable (drinking water) water supply. From June 2, through July 7, 2014 we will disinfect the water with free chlorine rather than combined chlorine/ammonia (chloramines). This change will also affect residents and customers of Flagler County Utilities. The periodic and temporary conversion from chloramines (which are a longer-lasting disinfectant) to free chlorine (which is a stronger disinfectant), helps to ensure the quality of the drinking water in the distribution system. The maintenance program, which is a normal procedure for water systems, is supported by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and will include daily testing to monitor water quality and measure the effectiveness of the program. After this process is completed, we will revert to disinfection by the chloramines method.

+ Beta Club sponsors trip to Whispering Meadows Ranch Matanzas High School and Belle Terre Elementary students from Sandra Oliva and Mercedes Brunelle’s physical disabilities class visited Whispering Meadows Ranch to celebrate Earth Day. The trip was sponsored by the Belle Terre Beta Club and Anna Bongiovanni, fifth-grade teacher BTES. At the ranch, the students learned about organic planting, cultivating, water conservation, and harvesting. Students also learned about composting, good insects for the garden and natural fertilizers.

During this period, customers may experience a slight increase in the taste and odor of chlorine.

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The Flagler Palm Coast High School Supremacy Dance Team will perform 6:30 Friday, May 30, at Carver Gym. Students from Bunnell Elementary School and Rymfire Elementary School will be joining the team. Coach Wendy Ellis started Supremacy Dance Inc. to create a business that gives free dance classes to children in the community. The Police Athletic League awarded them $5,000 for the year for costumes, stipends for teachers, and community hours for high school students from the Supremacy Dance Team. The performance will end the season. Former Supremacy dance members Christina Stephenson, Kendahl Bermudez and Rubin James taught the classes to the students and the performance will

close out the season. Admission for the show is free, but donations are welcome, as they hope to continue the dance camp throughout the summer.

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+ Old Kings to participate in Stephen Covey program Old Kings Elementary School will be training its entire faculty and staff at a workshop based on Stephen Covey’s best-selling “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” June 16-18. The initiative is called, “Leader in Me.” The school was awarded a grant for the training, and the initial teaching will be followed by implementation training on Aug. 12. A parent information night is tentatively scheduled for Aug. 11.   One way to help raise money for the program, is to participate in the 2014 OKES Golf Scramble to be held May 31, at Palm Harbor Golf Club. Visit okesowls.com/ content/2014-okes-golf-scramble.

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Beautiful Custom Pool Home

3/2 plus office in one of the nicest areas of Cypress Knoll. Loads of privacy as it backs to the Eisenhower Waterway & has tropical landscaping & hedges surrounding screened pool area. Includes custom kitchen with granite counter tops, 42 cabinets, stainless steel appliances, volume ceilings, tile in main living areas & bathrooms, office/den, garden tub & walk-in shower plus more. MLS# 201887 Call Frank Zedar at 386-931-1987 $249,000

Live On the Water

Beautifully kept house with loads of upgrades throughout. This 3/2 home has Ge profile appliances, glass tile back splash, new roof, dura stone counters w/a continuous sink, irrigation, well & so much more. The space is very flexible & can be set up to suit what you need. The exterior of this home is absolutely breath taking! You have upgraded landscape & a great view of the salt water canal from the house or dock. MLS#204646 Call Sam Perkovich 386-931-3145 $289,900

Cinnamon Beach

4th Floor Ocean/Golf Course view condo. This condominium is currently in the short term rental vacation rental program and generating good rental income. The unit will convey fully furnished or turnkey to next lucky buyer. This 3 bedroom 2 bath unit has high ceilings, very spacious balcony, 42 inch wood cabinetry, granite kitchen counters and Big master garden tub. MLS# 201857 Call Frank Zedar 386-931-1987 $325,000

Immaculately Kept Home

Lovely landscaping greets you at the entrance, welcoming you home. 3/2 open split plan home the kitchen opens into the breakfast nook which boost great views of the screened porch and back yard. Master suite has walk-in closet, large tiled shower with walk-in entry level with floor. Come see, you won't be disappointed. Call Sam Perkovich 386-931-3145 $154,900

Cypress Knoll Pool Home

Beautiful courtyard pool home in a desirable area. This home features a separate guest/mother in law bedroom and bathroom. You are greeted by natural light through out this 3/3 home. You get the added bonus of two separate patios to enjoy the outdoors one with a view of the beautiful golf course and the other to lounge around the pool. MLS# 204706 call Sam Perkovich 386-931-3145 $249,000

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Cypress Knoll

Beautiful Cypress Knoll home with upgrades throughout. This 3/2 home features plenty of living space with an open plan layout. Tile and hardwood in main living areas and carpet in the bedrooms. Master bedroom has walkin closets, double trey ceiling, Jacuzzi tub, & walk-in shower. A large kitchen with silestone counters, hickory cabinets, tile back splash behind counters & stools. Outside is beautifully landscaped & maintained with irrigation and well. MLS# 201457 Ask for Sam Perkovich 386-931-3145 $219,900

4th floor (penthouse) condo with LARGE wrap around balcony lets you enjoy spectacular sunrises each morning. Separate spacious outdoor game room with Tiki bar are great bonuses! Condo has great "beach style" decor and wonderful rental history. Furnishings are negotiable. MLS# 558813 Call Margaret Sheehan 386-931-0488 $329,000

Rustic Beach Retreat

A perfect little beach house. Great views of the salt water canal on a spacious lot. 3 bedroom 2 bath home with very warm feeling. Kitchen has tiled table top and is open into living and dining. Laundry in room under terrace off the house. Great location close to shopping 5 minutes walk to the beach and local farmers market on Fri. & Sat. To make it a better deal all things inside to go with sale. MLS#200290 Call Kristin Matthews 386-283-3347 $229,000

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Women’s Day Prayer Breakfast — 9 a.m. at First Church, 91 Old Kings Road N. Call 437-5142. Oneblood Blood Drive —10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Knights of Columbus, 51 Old Kings Road N. T-shirt or Epic movie ticket voucher for each donor. Game Day Social —1-4 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Parkway N.E. Participants are encouraged to bring their own favorite games to share. Light refreshments will be served. Call 986-2323. African American Military Documentaries — 2 p.m. at AACS Cultural Center, 4422 U.S. 1 N. “America’s Black Warriors” and “First to Fight.” Flagler County Chamber Networking 9s Event — 5:30 p.m. at Palm Harbor Golf Club, 20 Palm Harbor Drive. Call 437-0106.

FRIDAY, MAY 30

Supremacy Dance Team Performance — 6:307:30 p.m. at Carver Gym. Call 868-7493.

SATURDAY, MAY 31 Scrapbooking for Teens/ Tweens — 10:30 a.m. at Flagler County Library.

Movie Matinee — 1:30 p.m. at Flagler County Library. Movie Rating: PG-13. A dying CIA agent trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter is offered an experimental drug that could save his life in exchange for one last assignment. Jazz, Cheese and Cheer — 3-7 p.m. at Flagler Beach Pier. Music by Linda Cole. Tickets are $25 or $20

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in advance by visiting flaglerbeachpier.com, calling 846-5493 or visiting the museum. Magician and Comedian Dinner Show — 6 p.m. at Elks Lodge 2709, 53 Old Kings Road. Tickets available at the Lodge, 9 a.m. to noon. Donation of $25 by check only. Flagler Habitat Restore Overstock Extravaganza -- 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 15 Hargrove Grade (Hargrove Industrial Park). Contact volunteer@ flaglerhabitat.com or 586-6180. Feral Cats of Flagler County Photo Exhibit and Fundraiser — 5-9 p.m. at the Hollingsworth Gallery, 160 Cypress Point Parkway. Admission: $10. Proceeds benefit Community Cats of Palm Coast. Call 237-7690.

MONDAY, JUNE 2

Water Babies Swimming Lessons — 1:30-2 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, June 2-12 at Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool, 339 Parkview Drive. Ages 6 months and up. Fee: $30. Register at palmcoastgov.com/register. Call 986-2323. Astronomy Club of Palm Coast Meeting — 6 p.m. at Flagler County Public Library, 2500 Palm Coast Parkway N.W. Open to the public. Call 793-1201 or email palmcoastastro@gmail.com. United Night — 6:45 p.m. at New Way Church, 293 Old Moody Blvd. Free food, fun and fellowship. Also June 4. Call 437-9575 or visit. NewWayChurchFL.com.

TUESDAY, JUNE 3 Flagler Sportfishing Club Meeting — 7:30 p.m. at Palm Coast VFW on Old Kings

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Itsy Bitsy Pool Party — 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool, 339 Parkview Drive. Toddlers ages 2-5 can enjoy mommy/daddy time in the water, water safety and swimming practice, snack time and water games. Cost: $5. Call 986-4741. Flagler County Republican Club Meeting — 6:30 p.m. in Rooms 107-108 at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Parkway. All registered Republicans and their guests are invited. Call 986-0317 or email wes.priest@flaglergop.org. United Night — 6:45 p.m. at New Way Church, 293 Old Moody Blvd. Free food, fun and fellowship. Call 437-9575 or visit NewWayChurchFL.com. “Getting Out the Vote” — 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Pasta Pasta Authentic Italian Restaurant, 308 S. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach. Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Kimberlee Weeks will discuss “Voter Registration & Getting Out the Vote: Let’s Work Together!” at the next meeting of the Florida Progressive Caucus of Florida: Team Flagler-Volusia. Call 6934926.

THURSDAY, JUNE 5

Marineland Beach Walk — 8:30-10 a.m., at the River to Sea Preserve Oceanside at Marineland field office, 9741 Oceanshore Blvd. Call 904-823-4500 or visit gtmnerrmarinelandbeach.eventbrite.com. Game Day Social — 1-4 p.m. at the Palm

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The Art of Nature Photography — 6-7 p.m. at Ocean Books and Art, 200 S. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach. Free presentation by photographic artist Joe Campanellie. To reserve a seat, call 6934882 or email maryjean@oceanbookdandart.com.

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Haven Hospice, Las Palmas to offer support club for widows and widowers — Haven Hospice is partnering with Las Palmas Retirement Home to offer a widow/widower support club in Palm Coast, starting May 29, according to a Haven Hospice press release. Haven Hospice bereavement specialist Vonceil Levine will facilitate the meetings, which will be held at 3 p.m. on the last Thursday of each month at the Las Palmas Retirement Home at 70 Town Court in Palm Coast. For more information, call 447-3667.

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Rollins Dunes house tops sales at $415,000 A Rollins Dunes home tops the sales list for Flagler County residential real estate transactions the week of April 30 to May 6. Joseph and Julia Cosentino, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 7 Rollins Dunes Drive to Peggy Franklin, of Palm Coast, for $415,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 2,013 square feet of living area.

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Frank Neuman Jr., of Winter Park, sold the home at 2104 S. Oceanshore Blvd. to Robert and Susan Philips, of Maple Glen Pennsylvania, for $356,000. Built in 1992, it has four bedrooms, three baths, a pool and 2,240 square feet of living area.

The Village Leanne and David Vangronigen, of Westchester, Illinois, sold the home at 41 Village Drive to Daniel Magill, of Flagler Beach, for $69,150. Built in 1989, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,251 square feet of living area.

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Karen Roberts, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 20 Pennypacker Lane to Steven Glessing, of Staten Island, New York, for $150,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,045 square feet of living area. JPMorgan Chase Bank sold the home at 82 Pritchard Drive to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $124,000. Built in 2004, it has four bedrooms, two baths

and 1,865 square feet of living area.

Lehigh Woods Anthony and Leslie Catanzaro, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 132 Raintree Circle to Gerard Pizzariella, of Hicksville, New York, for $169,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,761 square feet of living area. Joseph and Marylou Caputo, of Saratoga Springs, New York, sold the home at 43 Raleigh Drive to Keith Hall, of Palm Coast, for $175,000. Built in 2006, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,857 square feet of living area. It sold in 2007 for $230,000. K Investment Properties LLC sold the home at 3 Reid Place to Thomas and Donna Torchio, of Dedham, Massachusetts, for $100,000. Built in 1998, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,000 square feet of living area. It sold earlier this year for $53,300. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. sold the home at 17 Richelieu Lane to Veronika Glagoleva, of Palm Coast, for $140,000. Built in 2007, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,653 square feet of living area. Ian Hunter, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 33 Rockefeller Drive to Edgar and Tracey Santiago, of Palm Coast, for $122,000. Built in 2004, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 1,967 square feet of living area. Lynne and Joseph McIlvaine, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 31 Ryapple Lane to Sally Harvey, of Palm Coast, for $126,000. Built in 1996, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,326 square feet of living area. It sold in 2012 for $89,900.

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Douglas and Denise Holliday, of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, sold the home at 31 Ryarbor Drive to Joseph and Barbara Kryza, of Palm Coast, for $182,000. Built in 2008, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,851 square feet of living area. JPMorgan Chase Bank sold the home at 16 Rybar Lane to Federal home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $95,000. Built in 2003, it has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,034 square feet of living area. John Bowers, of St. Augustine, sold the home at 8 Rydell Lane to Timothy and Kristen Kutay, of Palm Coast, for $165,000. Built in 2005, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,581 square feet of living area. It sold in 2010 for $125,000. Kay Manning, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 2 Ryee Place to Michael and Vernella Loquet, of Bristow, Virginia, for $169,000. Built in 2000, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 1,943 square feet of living area.

and 1,249 square feet of living area. It sold in 2012 for $105,000.

Quail Hollow Bank of New York sold the home at 29 Llama Trail to Abigail and Joseph Paci, of Palm Coast, for $140,000. Built in 2006, it has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,733 square feet of living area. It sold in 2014 for $131,100.

River Oaks in The Hammock Gerald and Terry Clark, of Flagler Beach, sold the home at 4 River Oaks Way to Stanley Purvis, of Bartlett, Illinois, for $305,000. Built in 2005, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 2,444 square feet of living area. It sold in 2012 for $185,000.

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Matanzas Woods Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. sold the home at 56 Leidel Drive to New Shinnecock Properties LLC for $111,500. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,513 square feet of living area. It sold in 2013 for $140,000. CitiFinancial sold the home at 144 Lindsay Drive to Paul and Tami Fay, of Palm Coast, for $88,900. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,088 square feet of living area. Vivian Trecida, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 35 Louisville Drive to Mariano Torrisi Sr. and Suzanne Torrisi, of Palm Coast, for $165,000. Built in 2004, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 1,815 square feet of living area.

Palm Harbor Steven Thomas and Bruce Garrison, trustees of the 38 Fleetwood Drive Trust sold the home at 38 Fleetwood Drive to Cena Pelter, of Palm Coast, for $103,000. Built in 1976, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,263 square feet of living area.

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Wilfon Robinson, of Kissimmee, sold the home at 122 Florida Park Drive to Brian Uhlmer, of League City, Texas, for $107,000. Built in 1985, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,723 square feet of living area. Bradford and Karen MacDonald, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 101 Forest Hill Drive to Edward Eng Chow and Mercedes Chow, of Staten Island, New York, for $120,000. Built in 1986, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,296 square feet of living area. It sold in 1999 for $83,000.

Pine Grove Anthony and Sharon Militano, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 53 Pine Circle to William and Ann Palmer, of Palm Coast, for $193,400. Built in 2005, it has four bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 2,237 square feet of living area. It sold in 2006 for $240,000. John Keefer and Thomas Keefer, of Or-

mond Beach, sold the home at 37 Postman Lane to RM 5 Fifth Avenue LLC for $117,000. Built in 2001, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,143 square feet of living area. Allen Homes & Construction Inc. sold the home at 4 Princess Rose Drive to Eric and Sandra Allen, of Palm Coast, for $169,000. Built in 2006, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,737 square feet of living area.

Pine Lakes Roberta Sebo, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 24 Wellesley Lane to James and Bernadine Nason, of Plantsville, Connecticut, for $174,500. Built in 2003, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,584 square feet of living area. Patrick and Theresa Decaro, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 40 Wendover Lane to Kevin and Kristen Smerdon, of Palm Coast, for $135,000. Built in 1984, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool

Martha Allen, of Levittown, New York, sold the home at 4 Nantucket Drive to Advantaira Trust LLC for $180,000. Built in 1989, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,006 square feet of living area.

Seminole Woods Nationstar Mortgage sold the home at 20 Sea Trail to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $147,000. Built in 2006, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,265 square feet of living area. George and Maureen Metcalf, of Southbury, Connecticut, sold the home at 92 Ulaturn Trail to Marcellus and Angela Kruijs, of Palm Coast, for $170,000. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,780 square feet of living area. The Trivett Group Inc. sold the home at 91 Universal Trail to Lori Haffen, of Palm Coast, for $217,890. Built in 2014, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,965 square feet of living area. Robert and Kerri Heim, of Bunnell, sold the home at 3 Upton Court to Maria Silva and Daniel Texeira, of Palm Coast, for $124,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,919 square feet. — Toby Tobin, of GoToby.com, contributed to this report.

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• P & S Paving was issued a $300,000 commercial permit for turn lanes and a driveway on the airport property at 720 Belle Terre Parkway. • Residential permits for single-family homes were issued at 111 Southlake Drive, 23 Heron Court, 19 Seamaiden Path, 25 Edison Lane, 110 Front St., 59 Beaverdam Lane, 35 Beckner Lane, 10 Graham Trail and 29 Serbian Bellflower Trail. • An occupancy permit was issued for US Blinds and Window, at 1070 Palm Coast Parkway N.W., Unit 6.

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Flagler County law firm Chiumento Selis Dwyer, headquartered in Palm Coast, has opened an office in Ormond Beach. “While our roots remain in Flagler County, we wanted a closer location for our Volusia County clientele and decided this was the right time to expand our office space,” Michael Chiumento III, the firm’s managing partner, said in a press release. “As the firm continues to expand, we will continue to expand our services to meet the needs of our Volusia clients.” Chiumento Selis Dwyer was founded in 1973 and employs nine lawyers and 25 support staff and paralegals. Chiumento Selis Dwyer’s headquarters are at 145 City Place, Suite 301. The new Ormond Beach office is at 1414 W. Granada Blvd., Suite 4 in Ormond Beach. For more information, call 445-8900 or visit palmcoastlaw.com or facebook.com/ palmcoastlaw.

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LIFE OF ART | by Shanna Fortier | Community Editor

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“DEPARTURES 2014” Where: Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach When: Continues through July 30 Info: A juried exhibition that highlights photography by recent graduates of the Daytona State College photography program. BANDSHELL LIVE! THE PAYNE BROTHERS BAND Where: Daytona Beach Bandshell, 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach When: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 30 Info: Mark Robertson will open at 7 p.m. All concerts are free. Visit daytonabandshell.com. “THE FERAL CATS OF FLAGLER COUNTY” Where: Hollingsworth Gallery, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suites 209B and 210B, Palm Coast When: 5-9 p.m. May 31 Info: Benefit and art exhibit hosted by Community Cats of Palm Coast. The exhibit highlights the beauty and struggle of the feral cat population. Admission is $10. Proceeds benefit the Community Cats of Palm Coast.

Palm Coast sculptor John Carra died at age 87.

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JOHN CARRA Local sculptor and teacher John Carra died April 27, but his family wants to get in touch with his former students before a memorial is held.

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he Burroughs Drive home of Biaggia “Betty” Carra is overflowing with artwork created by her late husband, Giovanni Carlo “John” Carra. Each ledge and table top is adorned with painted, fired-clay sculptures, most with a Native American influence, with bows and arrows as recurring elements. Settled under an entryway table is a small statue of a Native American man teaching a young boy how to shoot a bow. Carra’s son, Robert, looked at it fondly. He said the piece brings him back to when he was a child, and his father, who was an avid bow hunter, taught him how to use the bow. “The only difference is he created it as a Native American,” he said. Carra, who signed his artwork “Giovanni” but everyone knew as “John,” died April 27, at the age of 87. Carra lived most of his life in New York with his wife, and they relocated to Palm Coast in 1990. He was a U.S. Navy veteran and a carpenter. He also worked for the New York City Department of Buildings as an inspector. In retirement, Carra taught himself to sculpt, and after many years of showing his work at the Flagler Home and Lifestyle Show, he was asked to teach a class

at Flagler County Adult and Community Education. “He was always very proud of his students,” Betty Carra said. “There are a lot of people in Palm Coast that studied under him.” Carra was the founder and president of the Millennium Art League and was very active in the Flagler art

community before becoming ill in 2004. After spinal surgery, he was unable to use his hands. “I know that he did want to leave all of this behind,” said Betty Carra, looking at the abundance of her husband’s art work that decorated her home. “He would spend time sitting and looking at it, frustrated because he couldn’t do it anymore.” Carra fell ill in February and entered rehab at Flagler Pines. All the nurses learned about his artwork. That’s all he talked about, his wife said. He was given the nickname “Smiley” for the constant whistling and singing he did as a resident there. Carra was buried last week at a veterans cemetery in Jacksonville, but his family is also planning a Palm Coast memorial service and hopes to get in touch with some of Carra’s former students. Call 4462661. There is no date currently set for the memorial.

 Animals and Native American influences are seen throughout Carra’s sculptures. His sculptures were made of fired clay that he later painted to resemble bronze.


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TECHNICAL SOLUTION REPS ACI is looking for qualified Technical Solution Agents in our Palm Coast office. Agents provide technical and consulting support to customers via phone, email and online chat. Ideal candidate will have sound computer knowledge, strong communication and customer service skills. Tech Support experience preferred. Great pay and benefits. Send resumes to careers@aciweb.com.

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FEMALE MALTESE, lap dog 10 y/o $1. Giving her up for my medical issues. 386-586-0267

FRENCH WIDE bowls $6 ea., Casserole with lid $13. Five-place setting China Fitz&Floyd $50. 386297-2442.

Help Wanted -OFFICE ASSISTANT40 hours per week. Handle detailed paperwork in fast-paced office. Duties include filing, answering phones, making appointments, and general office task. Must have general computer skills and be willing to learn. Experience preferred but not required.

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SPECIAL NOTICE The European Village Garage will be closed on June 1, 2014 for Cleaning, Repairs and Installation of Security Cameras. Anyone having personal property in the garage must have it removed by May 31, 2014 or the contractor will remove it at the owner’s expense.

IN LOVING MEMORY Donna M. Tagliamonte November 28, 1952-May 27, 2013 A year has passed since you’ve been gone, My love for you goes on and on. I’ll always cherish our many years together, I’ll always love you, My Angel, Forever and Ever.

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With Equipment Group 200A. Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit Red Carpet Lease. Payments may vary; dealer determines price. Residency restrictions apply. Cash due at signing is after $750 cash back (PGM #50256). Lessee has option to purchase vehicle at lease end at price negotiated with dealer at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 7/7/14. See dealer for qualifications and complete details. Vehicle shown may have optional equipment not included in payment. With Equipment Group 200A. Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit Red Carpet Lease. Payments may vary; dealer determines price. Residency restrictions apply. Cash due at signing is after $1,000 cash back (PGM #50256). Lessee has option to purchase vehicle at lease end at price negotiated with dealer at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 7/7/14. See dealer for qualifications and complete details. Vehicle shown may have optional equipment not included in payment. With Equipment Group 200A. Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit Red Carpet Lease. Payments may vary; dealer determines price. Residency restrictions apply. Cash due at signing is after $1,000 cash back (PGM #50256). Lessee has option to purchase vehicle at lease end at price negotiated with dealer at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 7/7/14. See dealer for qualifications and complete details. Vehicle shown may have optional equipment not included in payment. $1,000 EcoBoost Challenge Customer Cash (PGM #12564) + $500 Customer Cash (PGM #12562) + $1,500 XLT Customer Cash (PGM #12508) + $2,000 XLT Luxury Pkg. (PGM #97322) + $750 Leather and HID Headlights Pkg. (PGM #97324) + $500 EcoBoost Bonus Cash (PGM #12572) + $1,250 Trade-In Assistance Bonus Cash (PGM #30018, #30020) which requires trade-in of 1995 or newer vehicle or terminate lease 30 days prior to or 90 days after new retail delivery + $1,000 Ford Credit Bonus Cash (PGM #12566) which requires Ford Credit financing. 0% APR financing for 60 months at $16.67 per month per $1,000 financed regardless of down payment (PGM #20524). Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit financing. Not available on F-150 Raptor. For all offers, take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 7/7/14. See dealer for qualifications and complete details. Prices include $5,500 down, plus tax, tag, and $799.00 dealer fee.

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