The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 26, 1998 · Page 139
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 139

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THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, MARCH. 26, 1998 . 5B MSL Palm Beach County charter schools OK'd: 45 Palm Beachers sue over PBIA nighttime noise strictions placed on public schools. A 1996 stale law permitted the schools and they have been popping up statewide. Charter schools allow private organizations to receive state money to create innovative public schools, free of many of the restrictions placed on public schools. A 1996 state law permitted the schools and they have been popping up statewide. Board member Diane Heinz said the district has to make sure charter school students are prop erly watched. "I would hate to think we aircraft, developing stricter pilot guidelines for quieter landings and departures, and creating a $100 million insurance policy. But a curfew would not be practical for Palm Beach International Airport, said Leon St. John, a county litigator. The complaint demands money to compensate for value lost on their homes potentially millions of dollars. But plaintiffs say it's not about the money they just want an end to the noise. The airport has spent tens of millions of dollars on noise abatement since 1986, when it first started collecting fees from airlines. consider those students any less precious in terms of safety," she said. The board is ultimately re3" sponsible for the children, so it is-up to the district to make sure the charter schools are accountable, Superintendent Joan Kowal said. Kowal made a point of saying the district is not trying to make it hard for charters to open and final charter contracts will be based on other districts' charters. Al Milligan of the Partnership Academy knows the time frame is tight, but he thinks it can be done. "We're confident we can get it . completed," he said. By Stephanie Desmon Palm Beach Post Staff Writer With little enthusiasm, the Palm Beach County School Board gave provisional approval Wednesday night to five charter schools that would open in August. But before a single one opens its doors, there is a lot of work to be done, including leases to sign, insurance to purchase, transportation and food service to arrange and the list goes on. Board members approved the applications 6-1, with Dorothy Montgomery dissenting, only after wondering whether they really want to give responsibility for nearly 1,000 students -to private groups. They were told by General Counsel Cynthia Prettyman, however, that they had little choice but to approve the charters, which have met the legal Area God. Palm Beach County Bacon, Roger, 66, of Lake Park. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Barnett, Edward Irving, 87, of Lake Worth. American Burial and Cremation, Lake Worth. Bogue, Edith, 81, of Jupiter. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Funeral Friday. Citron, David, of Delray Beach. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral in New York. DeWind, Sandra H 61, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral Saturday. Dupont, Marie, 82, of Lake Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Feinstein, Ann, 86, of West Palm Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Valhalla, N.Y. Ferguson, Edward J. Jr., 72, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Garcia, Arelys, 25, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Gleeson, Robert F., 78, of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memo rial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Herman, Samuel, 82, of Boynton Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Friday. Hoey, Leo, 68, of Jupiter. Funeral Options Inc., Boynton gram for Autistic Teenagers, Partnership Academy of the Glades, Delray Beach Academy and Nguzo Saba Charter School, sponsored by the West Palm Beach Housing Authority. The latter two would serve at-risk students. One charter school, sponsored by Jeff Industries of Hy-poluxo, is set to open in August. Charter schools allow private organizations to receive state money to create innovative public schools, free of many of the re Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Proch, lohn, 91, of Palm Beach Gardens. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Prowe, Debra, 43, of Loxahatchee. American Burial and Cremation, Lake Worth. Reed, Elizabeth A., 71, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Reynard, Irene, 78, of Lake Worth. American Burial and Cremat ion, Lake Worth. Rivera, Imar, of Boynton Beach. Scobee-Ireland-Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Graveside service Friday. Ryan, Ruth A., 84, of Wellington. Tillman Funeral Home, West MEDICARE DIABETIC SHOE PROVIDER MEN'S Sizes 6-1 5 WOMEN'S Sizes 4-12 S, N, M, W and X-Wide ins Survivors include his wife, Emma; three daughters; a son; mother, Lucille Smith of Fort Pierce; and eight grandchildren. Visitation from 4 to 7 p.m. to day at Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 1111 S. Federal Highway, Stuart, Fla. 34994. She was predeceased by her husband, Domenic. Okeechobee County Wilbur Ira Lanier 79, Okeechobee He died Tuesday. Mr. Lanier was a lifelong Okeechobee resident. Prior to retirement he was a dragline operator. Survivors include his wife, Mary; mother, Georgia of Okeechobee; four sons, including Larry of Okeechobee; six daughters, including Martha Hearn, Scotty Morton and Char-leen McDonald all of Okeechobee; brother, Robert of West Palm Beach; sisters, Laura Durrance, Martha Joiner, Doris Adkins and Elizabeth Hare, all of Okeechobee; 22 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Visitation from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at Bass Funeral Home, Okeechobee. Services at 1 1 a.m. Saturday at North Okeechobee Church of By Rebecca Goldsmith Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH Forty-five Palm Beach residents sued the county Wednesday claiming airplane noise is ruining their homes. Negotiations between the group and the county broke down because the two sides could not agree on a nighttime curfew that would block air traffic between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. one of the neighbors' chief complaints. The group filed suit after presenting the county with four demands. County officials said they could satisfy three of them: banning older DEATHS From 4B Roger L Byrd Port St. Lucie Funeral Home. Mattie Lee Hoffmeister 63, Fort Pierce . She died Tuesday. Born in Kentucky, Mrs. Hoffmeister was a Fort Pierce resident for 30 years. Prior to retirement she was employed in the restaurant business. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles. Survivors include a son; daughter, Pattie Sowell of Fort Pierce; a brother; a sister; and four grandchildren. ' Haisley-Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. 1 , Mary R. LaFurge : 82, Fort Pierce '; She died Monday. : Born in Scotland, Mrs. LaFurge was a Fort Pierce resident since 1976. Prior to retirement she managed a candy shop. - Survivors include her daughter, Mary Redigan of Fort Pierce; a sister; and a stepson. Mass at 10 a.m. today at St. Mark's Catholic Church. Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Stephen Joseph Sabecki 75, Fort Pierce . He died Sunday. Born in Russia, Mr. Sabecki was a Fort Pierce resident for 28 years. : Survivors include his wife, Edna, a son and two sisters. ! Haisley-Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. William A. Smith 59, Fort Pierce ' He died Tuesday. '. Mr. Smith, a truck driver, was a lifelong Fort Pierce resident warn mmmmmim S.IiD pctpccsm 21 &JC ttq. Daily Sightseeing Cruises at 11AM & 2PM '15.00 Adults '8.00 Children I 400A N. 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Charter school organizers have until July to come to a detailed agreement with officials, one with a complete budget and academic plan. The schools are: Potentials Charter School, St. Mary's Pro deaths ' Beach. Funeral in Paramus, N.J. Kanes, Beatrice, of Palm Beach. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral in Philadelphia Kassack, Edmond J., 86, of Hy-poluxo. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Funeral in Glendale, N.Y. Mack, Thelma R., 87, of Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, Lake Worth. Memorial service Friday. Mackey, Carl E., 98, of Lake Worth. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Mintjal, Frank D., of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Visitation Friday; funeral Saturday. Nickerson, Melvin Albert, 81, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Paul, Matilda, 94, of Lake Worth. American Burial and Cremation, Lake Worth. Perdue, Emma, 84, of West Palm Beach. 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