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County." I Ferrari and attorney Jack Carmody said that instead Of "negotiating" the payment of such fees through PUDs, the county should adopt an ordinance imposing them on all building permits. Chairman Hurchalla . . . 'beaches most important' Rescue From CI- CI- was abandoned on SR 710 east of Okeechobee Thursday. May said he began looking for the jeep's owner Monday and found it had been stolen in Alturas. May said the license tag on the jeep belonged to one of the juvenile's guardian. I said. ' "I heard that rattler draw up and shake its rattlers," Hancock said. "It sounded like it was about 5 feet away. I didn't move a muscle, couldn't hardly breathe." Hancock said he believed he was going to starve to death by noon Monday when he heard a car pull up in his front yard 150 feet away. He said he started yelling and Misty and Bozo began running running back and forth from the front of the house to his side. . i Hancock's brother Hubbard and sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law Merle from Fort Meade had stopped by to visit. "If my brother's wife hadn't told him to roll down the (car window) glass, he never would have heard me," Hancock said. . Misty and Bozo led Hubbard Hancock, who also walks with a cane, to his brother. . After three meals and 18 hours' sleep in a warm hospital bed, Hancock said he's ready to go home. He said his doctor believes he did not suffer serious injuries. "The doctor thinks me not eating for so long took the strength out of me," Hancock said. "I'll tell you, though, I've rode bucking broncos for so long and been throwed off 'em so many times, I think when the cows bumped me it Just put me out of gear. I've been to chiropractors ever since I was 21 and I think I need to see another one now." Hancock said he could barely move one of his legs yesterday, but he was asking for his crutches or walker so he could get out of bed. II," 1:30, 1:30, Torero,"