The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 793
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 793

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, March 29, 1998
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Who . j. 4 '- the thrust of my tenure, that we use the liaison form of representation. It doesn't require that one person be doing all things." In an effort to see what the community calls to our followers and say 1 need your support," he said. "The idea of individuals writing letters is fine, but that should not alter the views of council." ' Others said the public should elect the mayor, which is a different form of municipal government and would require a charter change. . m.' "The issue is not rotation. 1 net issue is that the decision is the decision of the council," Priore said. "The objective here is to let the charter do what it is supposed to do. village, and over half of them want Kathy Foster to continue as mayor. "Kathy has been very effective in her leadership of the council in the two years since our incorporation," wrote Joan and Bink Glisson in a March 16 letter to the village. "Kathy is well respected throughout Palm Beach County . . . let's keep Kathy as our mayor for now." But Priore said public input, while interesting, isn't necessary in this case. "We could all make telephone take the reigns from Foster. Foster is out of town until Tuesday. The village charter doesn't specify that the position should rotate, saying only "the village council at its first regular meeting after the fourth Tuesday of each March shall elect from its membership a mayor and a vice-mayor." ! Priore said the job of the mayor was to be the "leader among leaders. "We have a leadership of five, and I strongly believe that," he said. "If I am chosen, that will be Mayor Kathy Foster should continue or the position should rotate to someone else. The council appoints the mayor. Some residents say Foster has done a great job and she should continue. Others, including council members, say it should not be Foster, who has been mayor since 1996. "I think the way our charter is designed, a council manager form of government, it is healthy to have a change," said Vice-Mayor Carmine Priore, who would be the obvious choice to By Africa Ragtand Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WELLINGTON A debate over who should be mayor a largely ceremonial position could be the central topic at Tuesday's village council meeting. The mayor's duties are pretty iimple: Run the meetings and sometimes serve as council representative to other municipalises and civic groups. The mayor las one vote, no more real power han other council members. The debate is over whether Foster wants, Foster invited residents to call and write to the village with their opinions. More than 40 people called the Gallery & More r 7rs " ) if 11 ' T H A I - j wy i ' Tfie Source For Barbie; Bears ft- nnlls 1561-640-9575 5700 Okeechobee Blvd. UptownDowntown Mall. Just East of . nn .ii n i n in tlin Turnpike, hxit W west Kaim neacn. nswi Tossing a bait net isn't easy to master, a lesson Dr. Myron Katz of Tequesta teamed the hard way on Saturday during some of the activities at the Palm Beach Boat Show in West Palm Beach. Fishing clinics teach kids how to snag 'the big one' VV UU Q CALL 511 to check the winning lottery numbers! it's only 50c a call to check! Just CALL 5-1-1, then enter code 1008. By Ron Hayes Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH Clarence Bridgett III, 8, says the biggest fish he ever caught was a 20-inch yellowtail snapper. His father, Clarence Bridgett Jr., says the biggest fish his son ever caught was an 18-inch mutton snapper. Telling fish tales is easy. Learning to fish takes time. Saturday afternoon about 250 people took time to bring a child to4ee Kids' Fishing Clinics at JM4998 Palm Beach Boat Show Flagler Drive. '. They learned how to cast a f ". Jast a net, tie a knot and pack ll .11. 11 'I "" Photos by JENNIFER PODISStaff Photographer i i This 1995 40-foot Garwood mahogany boat from The Allied Marine Group turned more than a few heads Saturday at the Palm Beach Boat Show. Only two of these boats were made, and this one sells for $350,000, ; .! ,. . All calls ore 50 and will appear on vow telelphone bill. CAlt 511 is a service o The Palm Beach PbS, Sun Senhnel and Reol Yellcw Pages been told. Or tried to. "Fortunately, it's just a bobber on the end," Puz confided. "If we had real hooks on these things, I'd be running for cover." At the next "education station," Darrell Hayman explained the innards of a tackle box. Short-shank hooks for live bait Long-shank hooks for dead bait. "And unless you want to eat the fish, throw it back," he said. Organizers had announced that children must pre-register for the clinics, but Saturday afternoon boat-show spokeswoman Gina Goodrum encouraged parents to bring their children to Sunday's lessons, scheduled for 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., even if they hadn't registered. "We can't promise the free rods and reels will last," Goodrum warned, "but we're not turning any bodies away." , S Kaye Pearson, president of i Yachting Promotions, which produces the show, said attendance had been running about 30 percent higher than last year, when 55,000 attended the four-day event. The fishing clinics were short, with organizers sometimes hurrying the groups along to the next lesson before everyone had a chance to cast a net or tie a knot. But the memories promised to be long. f a.. He box. And they were given ine'rod, reel and box. Day Course Announcement V April 14, 1998 to June 9, 1998 Tel: (561)881-4600 Fax: (561)-881-4668 7071 Garden Road. 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