‘Impact’ on bottom line
A3 A8 B1Home buyers’ wallets take a hit
Let ‘FreedomFest’ ring! Cool ‘Birdie’ takes flight
PSL prepares for July 4th fete Hello to ‘Bye Bye’ at StarStruck
VOLUME 2, ISSUE 24 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017
Caraballo’s getting Sober homes,
citizens in the know opioid crisis
on council workings get attention
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent
Freshman city councilwoman A bicyclist negotiates the heavy-traffic intersection of St. Lucie West and Peacock boulevards. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN The Port St. Lucie City Coun-
Jolien Caraballo had misconcep- cil last week convened a spe-
tions about her new job when HIGH-TECH CURE FOR TRAFFIC HEADACHE cial meeting to focus on the
she won election. widespread opioid crisis that is
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent nal timing on St. Lucie West Boulevard from the threatening to overtake South
“I think what has surprised me Interstate to Bayshore (Boulevard) in real time,” Florida’s pill-mill explosion
the most is how much a team ef- Traversing St. Lucie West Boulevard takes for- Heath Stocton, transportation engineer at the of the late 2000s. Palm Beach
fort everything truly has to be,” ever. At least, that’s how it feels with all the lights city, said. County State Attorney Dave
she said. and traffic. Aronberg and consulting attor-
That stretch has seven traffic lights. As anyone ney Greg Hyden from Nason,
“When you come in, you think Now the city is trying a high-tech approach to who regularly drives SLW Boulevard will say, it Yeager, Gerson, White, and Li-
you’re going to have to be every- getting cars through the three worst miles faster. feels impossible to get through them without oce were invited to present be-
thing as a council member and fore the council, in order to initi-
you’re going to have to manage “We’re installing a system that will collect CONTINUED ON PAGE A10 ate a discussion of how to move
the city.” traffic data in real time and will adjust the sig- forward in combating the rising
opioid-related death toll, and
To help folks learn about city quality of life issues surround-
government, Caraballo is start- ing the crisis.
ing the Citizen to Citizen meeting
on Monday, July 10. The citizen In 2016, Palm Beach County
saw a doubling of opioid-relat-
meetings will be ed deaths, increasing from just
before the regu- over 300 in 2015 to almost 600
lar Port St. Luc- last year. While much of the cri-
ie City Council sis is yet to be felt in Port St. Luc-
are at 7 p.m. on CONTINUED ON PAGE A7
the second and
JOLIEN CARABALLO fourth Mondays Growth spurt in Tradition as
of the month. 88 LakePark homes approved
The citizen meetings will be from
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Caraballo BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer “Things are happening in Tradi-
said she wasn’t the only one with [email protected] tion,” Mayor Gregory Oravec said
questions and misconceptions before voting to approve the 88 new
about what being a freshman Minto TownPark’s LakePark at Tra- homes. “It’s good to see Tradition
councilwoman would be like. dition community has been cleared
“When I first got into office, a lot to add 88 single-family homes and CONTINUED ON PAGE A6
of questions I got were, ‘What do a 2,000-square-foot “amenity cen-
you do?,” she said. “‘What does a ter” following the Port St. Lucie City
council member do?’” Council meeting this week.
She said the citizen meetings
are aimed at helping residents un-
derstand what council members
do and how they prepare to do it.
“I want to give the residents an
opportunity to come out and see
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SUDDEN ‘IMPACT’: HOME BUYERS’ WALLETS JUST TOOK A HIT
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer only four of which were updated at the
recent commission meeting. Those
The cost of building – and buying –
a new home, office building or other fees are library, parks, law enforcement
commercial property has just gone up
after the St. Lucie County Commis- and public buildings. Non-residential
sion approved its annual increase of
impact fees. developments pay law enforcement,
Impact fees are those assessed on public buildings and other impact fees
new construction that the county
uses to help fund new libraries, parks, related to their uses.
public building and even law en-
forcement. The justification, from the Impact fees are not allowed to be
county, is that new construction cre-
ates new demand for public services. used for maintenance of existing ser-
And, while the impact fees for a sin- vices, such as upkeep on a park or li-
gle-family home have been increased
by almost $205 – hardly enough to brary. Instead, they are used to expand
break the bank when paid over a 30-
year mortgage – the Realtors Asso- capacity at an existing service (i.e.,
ciation of the Palm Beaches, which
includes St. Lucie County, is keeping park or library) or build a new one.
watch on all fees that go into the cost of buy-
ing a home. Linda Pendarvis, St. Lucie County’s
Matthew Leger, a representative for the comprehensive plan coordinator, told
organization, said the increase is “probably
not a problem” but salaries haven’t exactly St. Lucie Voice that there is no expira-
been on the rise, and eventually all the fees
could get too high for the average home- tion date on impact fees that are col-
buyer. “Those little fees add up,” he said, ex-
plaining that it’s not just impact fees. There’s lected from development, nor are re-
property taxes that increase when property
funds issued in the event the collected
funds ultimately go unused.
Indian River County operates un-
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN der different rules that impose an ex-
values increase and other such fees that go said. But “someone has to bear the burden piration date and refund should impact fees
into the final price.
of that.” not be used.
Leger monitors local governments’ dis-
cussion of such fees, keeping watch that In Palm Beach County, impact fees are Pendarvis said that if a builder chooses
they “don’t get carried away raising every-
thing all at once.” increasing about 40 percent, Leger said, to cancel the building permit before con-
Impact fees are paid by the builder/devel- which is expected to affect the affordability struction, the builder can request and re-
oper but that cost is typically passed along
to the buyer, according to Leger. “The de- of housing in the county. “I don’t think we’re ceive a refund of impact fees collected. She
veloper probably doesn’t eat those fees,” he
there, yet,” he said of St. Lucie’s fees impact- was unable to say how much the county has
ing the housing market. collected in its various impact fees and what
St. Lucie County levies seven impact fees projects might be on the books that would
that are assessed on residential development, use impact fees.
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JOLIEN CARABALLO “WHEN I BUZZ BUILDING FOR
FIRST GOT COUNTY’S MOSQUITO
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 INTO OFFICE, AWARENESS WEEK
A LOT OF
what it’s like first hand,” she said. QUESTIONS Come learn how to “Beat the Bite”
For example, City Council members re- I GOT WERE, this summer by becoming mosqui-
‘WHAT DO to aware. In celebration of Mosquito
ceive agenda packets days before each YOU DO? Awareness Week (June 25-July 1), St.
meeting. Each packet has the agenda, along WHAT DOES Lucie County’s Mosquito Control and
with copious documentation to help them A COUNCIL the Oxbow Eco-Center are hosting
understand each item. Oftentimes city MEMBER DO?’” two fun, interactive programs that are
agenda packets are several inches thick. sure to entertain, enlighten and en-
Jolien Caraballo. gage.
Caraballo said sometimes residents ask
her why council meetings are often extreme- FILE PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN “Mosquitoes: Florida’s Vampires”
ly long. A few things contribute to that, one on Thursday, June 29 from 10 a.m. to
being Sunshine laws. Council members noon. Delve into the world of mos-
can’t discuss business items outside open quitoes to learn all about these pes-
meetings. A seemingly simple item such ky blood-suckers and how you can
as building a sidewalk can take a lot of dis- reduce populations around your
cussion if a council member has a question home. Mosquito control crews will
for others about the sidewalk. The member have trucks and equipment on hand
couldn’t ask it before the meeting without at the Oxbow Eco-Center to ignite
running afoul of state laws. young imaginations and share their
vast knowledge. The program also
Caraballo said she’ll show citizen meeting includes an interactive game and a
participants the evening’s agenda packets. mosquito craft. This program is free
and open to all ages. Activities target
“After we discuss the behind-the-scenes ages 6-13. Space is limited; so please
of the council, if they want to stay for the register at 772-785-5833. The Oxbow
meeting they’re welcome to stay,” she said. Eco-Center is located at 5400 NE St.
James Drive in Port St. Lucie.
The councilwoman studied government
at Port St. Lucie High School in the 1990s. Managing Mosquitoes (an Im-
She interned at the city’s communications poundment Tour) on Saturday, July
department in her junior year. She tempo- 1 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Join St. Lucie
rarily served in the District 4 seat when for- County’s Mosquito Control staff for
mer councilman Ron Bowen was suspend- an interpretive tour of a mosquito
ed during an investigation. She ran against impoundment. These natural areas
Bowen in 2016 and won. Before taking her on Hutchinson Island are the key to
seat on the council, Caraballo managed Fu- our quality of life along the Treasure
sion Aveda Spa & Salon in St. Lucie West. Coast. Without them, mosquito pop-
ulations would make living, working
Her district doesn’t cover St. Lucie West and playing outdoors a miserable ex-
or Tradition. However, council elections are perience. Come learn how impound-
citywide. While council members must live ments work using water as an ally in
in their districts, voters throughout the city the fight against mosquitoes.
cast ballots for every district.
This program is free and open to all
Caraballo said the first Citizen to Citizen ages. Space is limited; please register by
meeting is filled. The conference room she’s calling 772-785-5833 for reservations
using can comfortably fit about eight partic- and directions to the tour site.
ipants. In addition to talking about how city
government works, Caraballo hopes to get – CONTRIBUTED
folks involved in citizen advisory committees
and other volunteer opportunities at the city.
City Council meetings are at City Hall, 121
SW Port St. Lucie Blvd. To schedule a spot at
the Citizen to Citizen meetings, call Christina
Flores at 772-873-6472.
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OPIOID CRISIS sleeve, and required four doses of Narcan ways, local governments are prohibited can do to change the legal protections.
for resuscitation. from regulating sober homes, because He says local legislators can and should
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 residents suffering from substance-abuse seek further clarification from the De-
Add to this the many bad-faith actors disorder are classified under the Ameri- partment of Justice and Department of
ie, Aronberg feels confident that as they within the recovery industry who have can Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act. Housing and Urban Development as to
crack down in his jurisdiction, the crisis taken advantage of a woefully unregulat- This prevents any local government from what exactly is allowed by ADA guide-
will most likely migrate north. “Port St. ed system. passing ordinances that single out sober lines, and that may provide insight for
Lucie hasn’t had as many (treatment) fa- homes, a hard lesson for many cities like future strategy.
cilities open up yet,” he said. “So it’s great Treatment centers, sober homes and Boca Raton, which in 2007 lost nearly $1
that you’re doing this in advance, before out-patient services can stand to profit million in a lawsuit filed by two halfway Perhaps the most proactive method of
the point of no return. The fact that you’re prodigiously from insurance money and houses, after the city tried to stop a so- attack for cities like Port St. Lucie is to re-
having a meeting like this is really great.” many have designed a system that indef- ber home from opening in a single-family cruit Aronberg’s Sober Home Task Force
initely lines their pockets while sending neighborhood. for law enforcement and agency train-
There are three factors that have led patients seeking recovery back onto the ing. While the Task Force, set up in Palm
to record mortality rates among opioid streets and into addiction. Illegal incen- Recovering addicts are “seen as dis- Beach County last year to investigate the
users in South Florida, says Aronberg. In tives that are promised patients -- an act abled under the law,” said Aronberg at opioid crisis and develop preventative
2011, Florida Attorney General Pam Bon- called patient-brokering -- insurance the meeting, “but the problem is when recommendations, can only launch ini-
di organized a bill designed to staunch fraud and kick-backs passed along at all you’re trying to protect them, (the federal tiatives in its own jurisdiction, it is able to
pill-mill operations by making penalties stages of the recovery cycle are all too law) will thwart you … It is our opinion consult other cities. Such training would
more severe, requiring registration for common within the industry. that the state should pass laws that allow consist of the various types of court or-
narcotics prescribers, and banning cer- local governments to have reasonable ders needed to go after fraudulent actors,
tain highly-coveted drugs. In a phone in- Last month, the Florida House and regulations in this area. If the state won’t as well as the various ways in which local
terview, Aronberg said it was only a mat- Senate passed a comprehensive com- do it, the federal government needs to agencies can team up with DCF to bet-
ter of time before the would-be victims of panion bill that in many ways mirrors clarify the ADA. That gives you the power ter regulate violations. Both Mayor Greg
these pill mills started resorting to more Bondi’s 2011 “Pill Mill Bill,” only this time not to discriminate against people with Oravec and Vice Mayor Shannon Martin
dangerous street-drugs. directed toward treatment services. The disabilities, just to have reasonable reg- were vocally in favor of bringing in the
bill, which goes into effect July 1, will ulations to ensure the safety of the in- task force as a consultant.
What’s worse: In the last few years, toughen penalties on patient-brokering, dividuals who live there. It’s not helping
street heroin has been routinely spiked prohibit uncertified sober homes from recovery when you have nine unrelated Greg Hyden also spoke at the special
with fentanyl, a synthetic opiate with referring patients to treatment centers people living in squalor, getting drugs, meeting, delivering a brief expose on
a potency 100 times greater than mor- and vice versa, and will strengthen the with no jobs, no rent, in this unlimited reasonable accommodation practices.
phine, and carfentanil, traditionally an Department of Children and Families’ cycle of relapse.” In Port St. Lucie, no more than two un-
elephant tranquilizer which is 10,000 ability to deny or revoke treatment facil- related residents are able to live in a sin-
times stronger than morphine. These ity licenses. So what cities can do to help stem the gle-family home. Under the ADA, howev-
new ingredients are so dangerous that problem seemed to be the main concern er, sober homes can file for a reasonable
skin-contact and inhalation can be fatal. As of yet, sober homes are not required of the special meeting. Short of lobbying accommodation exemption. While this
Last month, an Ohio officer collapsed af- to register with the Florida Association of state and federal legislators, Aronberg exemption is protected under ADA, there
ter merely brushing some fentanyl off his Recovery Residences, preventing law en- says there’s very little local governments
forcement from gleaning the full scope of CONTINUED ON PAGE A14
the problem. What’s more is that in many
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CITY GETS FIRED UP FOR
GREAT NEWS BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent Washington into the presidency – would
be a little surprised Independence Day
We Heard You. Tickets are now on sale for the city’s and FreedomFest are celebrated on July
biggest Independence Day blast – The 4. He figured we’d be doing it on July 2.
Instead of extending our waitlist, FreedomFest 4th of July VIP Party.
Brennity at Tradition is expanding our Even though seats are limited for the That’s the day the Continental Con-
Assisted Living community. Construction city-sponsored event, there’s plenty of gress passed the Resolution for Inde-
is nearly complete and a few brand new party for everyone at FreedomFest. pendence in 1776. Two days later, the
apartments are still available, but won’t last long. Continental Congress adopted the
“This year we have more fireworks,” Declaration of Independence. Adams
Come see what the Brennity said Larry Lankow, the city’s recreation thought we’d celebrate the resolution,
Difference will mean for you. supervisor. “We will be the biggest show not the Declaration.
(on the Treasure Coast).”
Call today for your personalized tour. Hours after the congress adopted
FreedomFest is an annual fireworks the Declaration of Independence, John
772-345-2700 show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, Dunlap printed copies. They’re known
9221 Civic Center Place. as the Dunlap Broadsides. John Han-
SENIOR LIVING cock, president of the Continental Con-
“Usually the police say we get around gress, sent some of those copies to state
INDEPENDENT COTTAGES•ASSISTED LIVING•MEMORY CARE 30,000, 35,000 people,” Lankow said. legislatures, where they sparked small-
10685 SW Stony Creek Way, Port St. Lucie, FL 34987 er celebrations.
No one at the city is quite sure how
BrennityTradition.com AL#11796 long FreedomFest has been around. The Pennsylvania Evening Post
Lankow started working for the city printed the first newspaper copy of the
A SAGORA SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY back in the ‘90s and he said Freedom- Declaration of Independence. Philadel-
Fest was a longstanding tradition then. phians arguably started the tradition
of Independence Day celebrations be-
“We start at 2 (p.m.),” Lankow said. cause of it. On July 8, 1776, many gath-
“Normally we have local dance groups ered for the first public reading of the
from 2 to 4 (p.m.). Then it’s live music.” Declaration.
Shazam! Live music. The band is What followed was great celebration.
ROUGH SHOT, a five-piece, Broward Philadelphians marked the first an-
County band that launched with a niversary of the Declaration of Inde-
country rock sound, but has expanded pendence in 1777 with quite the cel-
its offerings to … well, to pretty much ebration again. Adams described the
whatever crowds want to hear, no mat- affair to his wife, Abigail Adams, in a
ter the genre. But, bands have to take letter.
breaks. Tickets for the FreedomFest VIP Party
– which includes a buffet meal and the
“We work with Entertainment Con- best view of the 20-minute fireworks
nection,” Lankow said. “They do a show – are $30. Children 4 to 12, $10.
dance party while the band is taking a Children ages 3 and younger are free.
break.” Lankow advised fest-goers to move fast
to get tickets.
Along with the music and dancing, “Every year we sell out,” he said.
there’ll be activities for the whole fam- Additionally, Lankow said many aim
ily – bounce houses, vendors and food to arrive at the Civic Center just before
trucks. Admission to FreedomFest is the fireworks show. He recommends
free, as is parking. against it. He said every year latecom-
ers are stuck in their cars while the
Lankow said this year the city’s park- show’s going.
ing garage adjacent to the civic center
will be closed due to work, but the city Tickets for the VIP Party are available
will make additional grounds parking at the civic center, or by visiting the city’s
available. web site www.CityofPSL.com/civic.
It’s great there’ll be kids rides, arts
and crafts, and everything else, but
what about fireworks? “Weather per-
mitting, 9 (p.m.),” Landow said.
John Adams – the man who had the
unenviable task of following George
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IN LOVING MEMORY
CHARLES PRATT, 95 dren. He has a brother, Clifton, who lives in Treasure Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie Winter Haven, Fla. Has Grown to Become
Charles E. Pratt, 95, of St. Lucie West in LAWRENCE FEEHLEY, 78 Treasure Health!
Port St. Lucie passed away on June 2. Mr. Port St. Lucie
Pratt was born Feb. 2, 1922, in Lysander, Treasure Coast Hospice has always treasured life. Now,
N.Y., the son of the late Clifton Pratt and Lawrence B. Feehley, 78, of St. Lucie West we’re offering an expanded family of services, including
Ruth DeLong. in Port Saint Lucie,passed away Sunday,
June 4. Larry was born in Baltimore, Md., palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to
Mr. Pratt was a veteran of World War II, and was a resident of Port Saint Lucie for the better meet the needs of our community.
where he served in the European Theater. past 13 years.
After working for 36 years with the Mer- Licensed since 1982.
chants National Bank in Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. He was an active member of St. Berna-
Pratt served 13 years as president of Fulton dette Church and Elks Lodge #2823. Prior Treasuring Life | To learn more,
County National Bank in Gloversville, N.Y. to living in Port St. Lucie, his home was in visit TreasureHealth.org or call 866.999.4550
He was a member of the Centerville Ma- Brockton, Mass., where he lived for many
sonic Lodge and the Tigris Shrine in Syra- years, raised his family and was a member of
cuse. the Randolph Elks Lodge #2130.
During their 64 years of marriage, He attended school in Maryland, Penn-
Charles and Louise lived in North Syracuse, sylvania and Ohio, and upon graduation
Liverpool and Gloversville, N.Y.; Cape Cod; joined the U.S. Navy, where he was trained
and Port Saint Lucie. After his retirement as a corpsman and stationed in Chelsea,
from banking in 1985, Charles and his wife Mass. His career was in the transportation
traveled the world visiting the Wonders of and logistics industry.
the World on five continents and riding on
the Orient Express and the Trans-Siberian He leaves as survivors his loving wife of
Railroad. They lived their motto: “Enjoy 57 years, Dorothea Feehley; one daughter,
yourself, it’s later than you think.” Maryann Welsh of Margate, Fla.; three sons,
James Feehley and his wife Joanne Taylor
He is survived by his sons, Gary and wife Feehley of Wilton, Conn., Christopher Fee-
Patricia of Henderson, Nevada; Gregg and hley and his wife Heidi Jarchow Feehley of
his wife, Jennifer of Saratoga Springs, New Marblehead, Mass., and Brian Feehley and
York; and daughter Cheryl Bauer and her his wife Julie Silva-Feehley of Coral Springs,
husband, William of Port St. Lucie. He has Fla.; and seven grandchildren.
two grandsons, and four great-grandchil-
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SOLD! Town Hall changes hands OPIOID CRISIS co-sponsor of May’s House Bill 807, says
much of their work is augmented by the
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN CONTINUED FROM PAGE A7 bill. The main focus now is working with
local law enforcement and agencies to
Christ Family Church has purchased Tradition Town Hall, located at 10799 SW seems to be some wiggle room for local execute the new laws.
Civic Lane, for $1.7 million. The asking price had been $1.85 million. legislators. Hyden said the whole pur-
pose of the ADA protections stems out of “I think we made major progress
The 9,000-square-foot facility has previously been used as a community center, a desire to “ensure that people with dis- this year on the opioid crisis,” she says.
open to those who wish to meet there. Under the church’s ownership, that is expect- abilities live as normal a life as possible, “House Bill 807 is going to make a major
ed to continue. in as least a restrictive environment as difference in helping us identify those
possible.” treatment facilities taking advantage of
The building sits on 1.77 acres, which could allow for a maximum possible ex- the situation, and those sober homes
pansion of 4,100 square feet. Lang Realty handled the sale, which closed on June 8. If, for example, a critical mass of sober that are exacerbating the problem. Now
Tradition Land Company LLC was the previous owner of the property. homes was to sprout up on one block, a each community needs to look at their
phenomenon referred to as clustering, it community and make sure local law en-
might be considered under ADA guide- forcement has the tools they need to deal
lines as harmful to the law’s intentions, with it. We also have to make sure that we
facilitating more of a medical park en- have treatment for those who do have an
vironment rather than a residential one. addiction problem, and make sure they
It is yet unclear whether or not cities stay clean. You have to attack it from
can regulate against clustering, though both sides.” Currently, Harrell says local
Hyden remarked that many cities have attention is being paid to child visitation
already begun to look at this possibility. guidelines in an effort to aid recovery
process while setting up protections for
During the meeting, Mayor Oravec children.
asked whether or not they can close down
a sober home if it becomes apparent that Last month, Gov. Rick Scott finally
one or more of the residents do not qual- declared the South Florida opioid crisis
ify under the ADA guidelines (for exam- an epidemic, a full six years after it was
ple, if a resident relapses, he is no longer declared such by the CDC. As part of this
considered part of the disabled class). renewed attention, he has made $54 mil-
Hyden said that while he can’t think of lion in grant funding available for state
any reason why that wouldn’t be viable, it treatment programs. This is certainly a
might need further legal investigation. Of step in the right direction, since as Vice
course, the difficulty would be getting the Mayor Martin pointed out, the costs of
sober homes to reveal information about enforcing regulation and responding to
their residents. repeated opioid-related crimes can rack
Local representative Gayle Harrell,
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Hi Dog Buddies! “Thank you, Mr. Bonzo. Just ‘Kai’ is fine. this dog that looked ’zackly like Lady Kai.
Mom added the ‘Lady’ cuz the little boy who Chinook.”
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to me: a Belgian Malinois. Lady Kai Adache ter (I was a stray) called me Lady.” “Let me guess,” I interjected.
lives with her Mom, Marcia, and her big “Was that – you?” tend we’re fearless wolves.
brother, Gage, a German Shepherd. “Well, it’s a very nice name. Could you tell “Me an Charlotte have Play Dates at each
me a little about your breed. And, of course, “It WAS! So Mom called right
They came right up to me an my assistant your rescue.” away. But it was too late. I was other’s houses. We have this one ball that
with lotsa frenly barkin’ an waggin’. While already taken.” we both grab at the same time, and both
both were impressive pooches, Gage was “Sure. I’m totally proud to be a Malinois. hold on to, then we run around the house
bigger. I felt like a pipsqueak. Lady Kai was Didja know that most of the dog members “Wha-at?” together trying to get it away from each oth-
beautiful. At first glance, she resembled a of the Navy SEALs are Malinois? One of us, “Then one day Mom got a er.”
German Shepherd, but slimmer: fawn-col- Cairo, was a member of the secret SEAL call from the Dogs In Crisis peo-
ored coat, long black snout an ears (big commando team that parachuted in an got ple. My family hadn’t worked Suddenly, Kai leaped up, ran to the slid-
triangles that stand straight up an look like that really bad human, Osama bin Laden. out. They were nice an all, but ing glass doors, bumping against them and
boat sails) and an expression that says she’s Cairo and his team got to meet the PRESi- I was just too much dog. I need barking. A squirrel was sitting on the back-
always payin’ attention. dent an everything.” a LOT of exercise, ya know. I yard fence.
ALWAYS hafta have a TASK.
After the Wag-and-Sniffs an the intros, “Woof! I had no idea!” I exclaimed, totally But, before Mom could adopt Kai’s ear were in Alert Mode. “Lemme at
I got my notebook out. Gage, a very hand- impressed. “That is Extremely Cool Dog Bis- me, she hadda qualify, do an ’em! Lemme at ’em,” she barked, bouncing
some poocheroo, plopped his almost- cuits!” inner-view an everything. She up and down.
100-pound self onto a soft mat and began passed, cuz she’s a dog train-
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mumbling. Once in a while, he’d walk over had another Malinois, named Chinook. keepin’ us big, active pooches comes to squirrels, that girl is a Nut Case (no
and give my assistant some nosebumps, Him an Gage were Besties, and everybody busy and well-behaved.” pun intended). Hey, Little Sis, give it a rest!
then go back to the ball an the mumbling. just loved the stuffin’s outta him. Then he “Was it hard for you and You’ve already got a lotta squirrel notches
The entire time. got sick an went to Dog Heaven. Gage’d Gage to get used to each oth- on your belt.”
sit by the ocean for hours just lookin’ out er?”
“I’m delighted to meet you an your fami- and missin’ Chinook. Mom decided they “At first Gage wasn’t sure At that point, the squirrel, who had been
ly, Lady Kai.” both needed another pooch. So she started about me. At all. He really doesn’t care much swishing his tail and smirking at the silly
lookin’. for other pooches, anyway. So Mom kept pooch bouncing up an down on the other
him in his crate (which he loves) when I side of the glass, wisely decided to vacate
“Then, last September, she was online first came home, and I politely didn’t pester the premises.
and found Dogs In Crisis, a rescue place him. I’m a pretty laid-back girl. It only took
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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent linen closet next to a laundry room with
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year old. There is a sink and additional cab-
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with a den that can easily be a third bed- There is an ensuite bath with a shower.
room. It’s ideal for snowbirds or retirees,
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airy, and even on a cloudy day, it is light and living room, a spacious 24-by-17. To the
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trayed ceiling and the crown molding shown dining room has a wet bar with granite
throughout the house. The floor is porcelain countertop and the two rooms togeth-
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border, to add an elegant air. To the left of owners love to do. Those rooms flow into
the entryway, tucked away, is a good-sized a large family room, a generous 18-by-14.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER
Coming Up! A COOL ‘BIRDIE’ TAKES FLIGHT
AT DRAMAWORKS, Madison Bailey and Ryan McNevin BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer
‘SOMMERS’ HERE rehearse a scene from StarStruck’s upcoming [email protected]
FOR HOT CABARET
production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” Father’s Day is June 18, and if
BY PAM HARBAUGH | Correspondent you are looking for a present dad
PHOTOS COURTESY OF STARSTRUCK ACADEMY AND THEATRE will like, get him tickets to the
1 Palm Beach DramaWorks musical “Bye Bye Birdie.” The
has launched its first Cab- musical, inspired by the phe-
aret Series. And it is quickly sell- nomenon that was Elvis Pres-
ing out, so best act now if you ley, shows a picture of life in the
want to experience fine enter- 1950s and a dad with the eternal
tainment. Performer Avery Som- conundrum of dealing with a
mers, who will present songs teenage daughter.
from Broadway greats like Mar-
vin Hamlisch, Richard Rodgers StarStruck Theatre in Stuart
and Lorenz Hart, George and Ira will present the musical June 22-
Gershwin, to legends from the 25. It will feature choreography
African-American songbook, in- by Nicholas Wood and the piano
cluding and Fats Waller, Whitney of Peter Jones, playing through-
Houston and Donna Summer. out the show.
Sommers is a Carbonnell Award
winner. From June 23 to 25, she Jennifer Jones, artistic direc-
will perform at 8 p.m. Friday and tor at Star Struck, spoke about
Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. why this show and summer go
Palm Beach Dramaworks is at together.
201 Clematis Street, West Palm
Beach. Tickets are $30. Call 561- “Fun is the first word that
514-4042. comes to mind,” she said. “I di-
rect so many shows and there is
2 Missed out on getting tick- so much meaning behind each
ets to the Cabaret series? show. I like to teach life lessons
Then laugh it off with Riverside through shows I direct. We are
Theatre at its popular “Comedy an academy for education in
Zone” program. This weekend, theater. In summer, I love to
comedians Mike Rivera and Bill do something fun, happy and
“Bull Ohse” perform stand-up bright. They learn about Chita
at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Fri- Rivera and Dick Van Dyke and
see the DVD. It’s a real classic
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HUMOR STAYS FRESH AT DIXIE’S ‘TUPPERWARE PARTY’
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent Dixie Longate. “Which time?” she asked. “It was never anything big.
[email protected] I was somewhere and something fell into my purse. You
PHOTO COURTESY meet the nicest people in prison. The only thing is you
Dixie Longate is returning to Stuart and bringing her OF DIXIE LONGATE can’t do Tupperware parties in prison.”
Tupperware with her. The outrageously funny Longate
brings her “A Tupperware Party With Dixie” to the Kane Dixie said her three kids, growing up quickly, are doing Dixie has been married three times and doesn’t plan
Center for a return engagement of her raunchy humor well, as long as they stay out of her way. to do it again. She remembers something her mother told
and unusual uses for common Tupperware items, sever- her.
al of which are probably illegal in some states. “The oldest are almost out of school,” she said. “They
always say, ‘Mama, bring me something.’ My youngest, “Why milk a free cow when the cow gives milk for
The idea of Dixie came up more than 15 years ago, Absorbine Jr., is as big as a tree. He can mix ingredients free?” When I said I didn’t think that was exactly right,
when actor Kris Anderson began dressing in drag and from the liquor cabinet like he’s making his mama a mar- she had an answer.
selling Tupperware, or as she calls it “fantastic plastic tini. He’s in the first grade. The kids get in the way of life.
crap.” She quickly became one of the company’s top sell- I love them and I have a smokin’ life. The alternative is “Mama drinks a lot so a lot of the time I don’t know
ers, put together a show and took it on the road. She has crap. Who wants to be in prison again?” what she says,” Dixie said.
even appeared at Tupperware corporate events, demon-
strating sales techniques, although few other sales repre- An enquiring mind wanted to know why she had been The discussion turned theological and Dixie began
sentatives call their customers “hookers.” in prison. ruminating on whether she was going to Heaven or else-
Dixie’s show is about more than “fantastic plastic
crap.” In 2007, she had an off-Broadway show, “Dixie’s “When I go down, I want to be buried with my Jell-O
Tupperware Party,” for which she received a Drama Desk shot caddy, can opener and a corkscrew in my hand,”
nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance, losing to she said. “I can’t imagine not having my Tupperware for
distinguished actor Laurence Fishburne. emergencies. In Heaven they’ll be cheering and in Ha-
des, which is hot, I’m really going to need my insulated
Dixie took time off from her busy schedule to talk microwaveable pieces. You can make a whole dinner.”
about her life.
Dixie is a big fan of audiences at the Kane Center.
“I’m traveling all over with the show and helping peo- “Everyone is so neighborly,” she said. “Everybody buys
ple with food storage,” she said. “I went to Australia, and stuff. People want to come out and giggle. They say the
they’re so nice, Tupperware there is the way it was here in Tupperware will outlive them.”
the 1970s. It’s the newest thing. There was a fervor there.
I was pulling out products and people were cheering and “A Tupperware Party With Dixie” returns to the Kane
laughing” Of course, she was probably pulling out a mel- Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart, June 23 at 6 p.m.
on-baller and describing uses for it that I can’t discuss in Tickets are $15 for Kane members and $20 for Club mem-
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A.C.T. LIGHTENS UP WITH LAUGH-OUT-LOUD ‘SOCIAL SECURITY’
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer This is very funny and totally played with family themes.”
[email protected] for laughs. There are some really sweet Achin is thrilled with her cast.
A.C.T. Studio Theatre is Stuart is known moments, but we want to make sure you “There’s a depth of talent. I get to sit at
for presenting edgy dramas and dark com- laugh from start to finish.” the back while I watch six pros have the
edies. It’s nice though, especially in sum- Family, of course, is at the root of time of their lives. I’ve worked with most
mer, to have some lighter fare. A.C.T. is some of the best dramas and comedies. of them. I’m glad to direct Don Matlin.
serving that up with Andrew Bergman’s “This one draws on the moth- He was in the first show I ever worked
comedy “Social Security,” about families er-daughter relationship,” Achin said, on. Don was the star and I was 17. It’s
and the chaos they cause. It will be present- “It’s also about husbands and wives and come full circle, in the show and behind
ed weekends from June 16-25. sisters. It’s totally about the family and the scenes. The cast is incredibly talent-
The show centers around David and those are my favorite shows.” ed and well known to local audiences.
Barbara, married art dealers whose lives Much of the humor comes from the A.C.T. is such a great theater and they do
are upended by the arrival of Barbara’s sis- mother, Sophie, a person both of her stuff you’ve never seen before. When-
ter Trudy, and her husband, Martin. They daughters have to deal with. ever you get a chance to make someone
come bearing a gift: Barbara and Trudy’s “Sophie is a strong presence in her laugh, it’s always great theater.”
mother, Sophie. They are too busy to care children’s lives,” Achin said. “It’s in- Several of the actors have worked to-
for her anymore as they are “rescuing” teresting how it’s affected her two gether, including in the recent-complet-
their college-age daughter from sex. David daughters. There is a rekindling of the ed “Harbor.” Achin is hoping they will
and Barbara are preparing to impress an relationship with her younger daugh- have the opportunity to work together
older, distinguished artist and feel that the ter, Barbara. Sophie also has the op- “Social Security” features Stuart again, perhaps in some more comedies.
Mohr and Megan Pollak (seated) “I’m hoping this (play) will give them
outspoken Sophie will cramp their style. portunity to meet an intriguing artist. and Brian Pecci (standing).
laugh-out-loud comedy and hopefully
What, in fact, she does, is a big part of the You never know when you’ll find love. PHOTO COURTESY OF A.C.T. STUDIO THEATRE
story. It could be at any age, time and place.” we’ll see one or two more in the future,”
Dawn Achin is directing the production, The role reversal that sometimes oc- she said. “The audience will leave laugh-
which stars Don Matlin, Molly Marks, Me- curs as parents age is also part of the ing and hopefully come back for more.”
gan Pollak, Stuart Mohr, Rosemary Knight show. er-daughter relationship, as Barbara goes
and Brian Pecci. “We have to find ways to take care of to “save” her daughter. While the daughter, A.C.T. Studio Theatre, 2399 SE Ocean
The director spoke recently about why them without making it seem like we’re Sarah, is never seen, her presence is felt be- Blvd., Stuart, presents Andrew Bergman’s
she wanted to direct this play. taking care of them,” Achin said. “There’s a cause her crisis is the reason Sophie is with comedy “Social Security” weekends from
“It’s a full-out comedy,” she said. “It’s fine line of making it easier without taking David and Barbara. June 16-25. Tickets are $ 25.Call 772-932-
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Film legend Burt Reynolds was honored at the 2017 Vero Beach
Wine and Film Festival. At left, festival founder Jerusha Stewart.
PHOTOS: GORDON RADFORD
BY MARY SCHENKEL | Staff Writer “Wouldn’t it be really funny if there was an enve-
Year two of the Vero Beach Wine and Film Fes- lope mix-up?” quipped Aaron Mendelsohn, before
tival – and it appears organizers have uncorked presenting the various film awards with “La La
another winner. The chief complaint seems to Land” producer Molly Smith.
have been that there were not enough hours in the Reynolds, who received several standing ova-
day to take it all in. To be sure, there were several tions, spoke about his 40-year career with film
hiccups, but that is to be expected given that the critic Jeffrey Lyons and was presented with this
massive undertaking is still in its infancy and its ENCORE! year’s Life Worth Living Legend Award.
organizers, assisted by an army of volunteers, are Renowned for his boyish charm and quick wit,
essentially learning as they go.
Reynolds didn’t disappoint. Lyons reminded the
Vero’s premier locations played host to spe- audience that Reynolds was the first film star to
cial events and screenings of more than 80 films, earn $1 million per picture.
presented day and night throughout the four-day “I’m really proud of this. Thank you very, very
event, and a new Wow Tent at Riverside Park was VERO WINE + much,” said Reynolds, accepting the award from
added to the mix. Stewart. “A life worth living. It is worth living, isn’t
it? Considering the alternative. It’s really nice to
On Thursday, honorary VBWFF Chair Jeff Wool-
nough mediated a panel discussion with Vero Vi- FILM FESTIVAL look out and see so many sweet people. Let’s all
sion film directors, a category requiring a tie-in go back to my room.” He also gave a good-natured
to the Treasure Coast. And at various times in the poke at the Vero Beach High School football team,
Wow Tent chefs provided a new experience with WOWS ’EM AGAIN recalling when he played against the Indians and
Culinary Demos, such as one by Brazilian born noting, “We won.”
Vero Beach Chef Lippe, who showed how to pre-
The Next Up! Young Filmmaker Awards were
pare French style country pâté. Tossing the ingre- presented Saturday morning, with first-place win-
dients together Lippe said with a smile, “Pâté is ner Caleb Wild given the honor of shadowing Jeff
simple; it’s no mystery. Basically pâté is about hav- Woolnough on his next production. The young
ing fun. If you’re not having fun, don’t do it!” On Friday at Cinema Uncorked, festival-goers relished filmmakers later chatted with Woolnough, Lyons and ac-
Last year’s elegant Vino Veritas Vintner Dinner was so wines, gourmet pasta, sweet treats and fire spinners un- tor Geoff Stults, who provided a unique combination of
successful that a second one was added this time around. der the Wow Tent before heading to Riverside Theatre to input into the filmmaking process. The three profession-
Executive Chef Armando Galeas created a four-course pop the cork with film legend Burt Reynolds and view his als were in agreement that the best way for filmmakers to
epicurean experience at Costa d’Este and Executive Chef most recent, somewhat retrospective film “Dog Years,” hone their craft is to just make films.
Joe Faria presented an impressive gastronomic feast at the which filmmaker Adam Rifkin said he wrote specifically The afternoon saw entertainment writer Xaque Gru-
Quail Valley River Club, each perfectly pared with a selec- for Reynolds. ber moderating a panel discussion at the Heritage Center
tion of wines from the festival’s vintner partners. After “We’re having a great time at the film festival; it’s so nice with Debra Scuderi, Mickey Hofmaier and Art Ciasca of
dinner, guests watched a screening of Nick Kovacic’s film to see all the filmmakers and the winemakers coming Suncoast Mental Health, which provides clinical and case
“Decanted,” featuring some of the Napa wines enjoyed here together to make this event successful,” said Debra management services to close to 1,400 children and adults
that evening. Scuderi, acting CEO of Suncoast Mental Health, pleased with behavioral and/or mental health issues in St. Lucie,
“It’s pretty fantastic to be able to drink the wines that to have had a platform to raise mental health awareness. Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee counties.
you are seeing in the movie,” said winemaker Julien Fa- “It’s amazing that Jerusha [Stewart, festival founder], Su- And over at the Wow Tent, the wine was flowing freely at
yard, who with vintner Steve Reynolds was featured in the san [Horn, festival co-founder] and all of the volunteers the Grand Tasting.
movie. “In my less than 24-hour experience, I’ve loved it,” have been able to put on such a successful event.” “All the tables have individual sale sheets and these
said Reynolds of the festival. “I think it’s only going to get “I don’t know about you, but I am having the weekend of wines are being sold at well, well below retail,” said wine
better.” my dreams,” exclaimed Stewart. chair Rob Wayne, owner of Varietals and More.
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Togetherness to be central theme
of ‘Taking Back Authority’ event
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent St. Lucie Civic Center, there’s no other
Rondy Louissaint aims to get Port building in this city that can hold 300,
St. Lucie churches working together to 400, 500.”
help everyone. On Saturday, June 24, his The conference will draw people from
upstart ministry is hosting the Taking along Florida’s eastern coastline. Louis-
Back Authority Conference at the Port saint expects about 400.
St. Lucie Civic Center. The conference “We think the majority, 200, will be
will kick off a new church that’ll meet at here from locally,” he said.
the civic center. After the conference, Supernatural
“We need to take back authority in Impact will have weekly Sunday ser-
our community and be a blessing to the vices at the Civic Center from 11 a.m.
community,” Louissaint to 12:30 p.m. However,
said. Louissaint isn’t using the
Louissaint moved to conference to move ex-
Port St. Lucie from Bre- isting churchgoers from
vard County, where he their current churches —
started Supernatural Im- what’s sometimes called
pact Ministry Interna- lateral church movement.
tional at the First Baptist Instead, he’s hoping to
Church in Cocoa. Louis- encourage greater church
saint said he wanted to be cooperation.
closer to West Palm Beach “Really, this is to reach
International Airport for out to the community and
international missions to the pastors,” he said.
work. But, he found a “Churches don’t invite
mission is needed in the other churches. Churches
largely affluent Treasure don’t invite other lead-
Coast, too. Pastor Rondy Louissant ers.”
“My kids go to (Renais- He hopes that from the
sance Charter School at Tradition),” conference a joint church mission will
Louissaint said. “Even there, there were launch to expand community-assis-
students whose families are struggling.” tance programs.
The Civic Center seems to attract a One such program Louissaint has in
fair number of religious events, and a mind is a Thanksgiving dinner project.
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN few area churches have launched there. He hopes that churches can get together
LOVE ‘RAINS’ SUPREME! Louissaint said there are good reasons this year to prepare and deliver Thanks-
for that. giving meals to families in need.
“It’s the center of attraction for the “I believe the job of the church is to
town,” he said. “When you come to a help the community,” Louissaint said.
Tradition residents Jason Pitts shares a dance – and a kiss – with new bride new town, you want something you can “I was shocked to hear that kids at (Re-
Michèle during rain-soaked, backyard nuptials Sunday. The Tradition residents identify with.” naissance Charter School at Tradition)
had planned to marry in 2015, but life events postponed the big day. Wedding He said because Port St. Lucie doesn’t didn’t have enough food.”
guests dressed to the nines in their pajamas for the occasion. have a downtown similarly to older cit-
ies, such as Fort Pierce, the Civic Center The conference will be 7 p.m. to 10:30
JUNE for fresh produce and more! 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is in many ways the town center. p.m. Admission will be free. Registration
“You have car shows (there),” he said. is requested, but not required. To register
for the conference and to find out more
“You have gun shows.”
17 Farmer’s Market. Marina Square, His- 19 Jazz Jam. Sunrise Theatre, 117 S He named numerous other events at about Supernatural Impact Ministry In-
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relaxed, riverside setting with live music while rise Black Box. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. larly. “One of the things about the Port pactministries.org.
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