The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1997 · Page 1085
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 1085

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 7, 1997
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i 9 w w y r w w 6C THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1997 w :&isi.Ti.ifiTirrTS. 1 Ml WA . . Firms skeptical about resolving differences SEEK 1 tiffij?Tli K Can Eiwse: v , Z20ur Classified " tJ nvrri Ij http:www.flapennysavercojTiI Hi El Y profitable I'll keep an open mind," Councilwoman Carmela Starace said. "But I don't see a municipal golf course happening." A meeting between lawyers for both sides was postponed last week, but each side says it's ready to listen to Masilotti's proposal. The mayor is ready to talk, but he concedes sorting out the problems isn't something he can do himself. "It all depends on the lawyers," he said. mil rjm75-irv "That proposal is so preposterous that anyone sending it to us is wasting their time," Tendrich said. Crestwood is not planning to give away any more than the land for a school and park. Masilotti figures the village can break even running the course, and residents can golf cheaply $17.50 a round, he estimates. His plan is getting mixed reviews from his village council. "If they show me it can be SARATOGA FromlC vill Development Corp., its original builder, went bankrupt The project stalled until Royal Professional bought the northern half in 1993, and Crestwood bought the southern half in 1994. Royal Professional set about building homes with minor changes to its plan, but Crestwood immediately sought to overhaul its plans. At the time, the project called R I TTTTTTTTTl -Your N.ljhbortiood Shoppr- J SMALL ADS GET READ. TOO Call (561) 820-4300 to advertise. The Palm Beach Post for 2,300 condominiums, possibly in a retirement-style community AS SEEN ON TV: WCIf, TBS, THE PRICE IS RIGHT, JERRY SPRINGER Instead, Crestwood wanted to build 1,500 single-family homes 1 and eliminate the golf courses. 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Royal Professional is building homes. The owners say they've sold 400 of a total of 666. At village hall, they just want Saratoga moving again. When both parcels are complete, it will give the village at least $1.1 million extra tax dollars a year, Finance Director Steve Markiw said. That's a major reason Masilotti stepped in with his plan to add a golf course and drop the lawsuits. "They've both told me it's a plan they can both live with," Masilotti said. But both developers deny they've seen anything they're ready to sign off on. Internet helped pair to reunite MARRIAGE From 1C Unchasville, Conn. But at 16, his family moved to California. Heeding her friends' advice, she asked an acquaintance who is a private investigator to track down Giese. And he did. The investigator found Giese's son, also named Craig, through the Internet. "Do you have red hair?" he asked in an e-mail. "No, but my dad does," the son messaged back from his college in California. Later, that October 1996, the son e-mailed his father, "Somebody interesting is going to be calling." "1 logged off," the elder Giese said. "And it was her." In January, after two months of Sometimes a wait-and-see attitude is not the best option. If your business has a relationship with Barnett, you know that NationsBank is planning to take over your bank. And your account right along with it. But when takeovers happen, big problems usually follow. Branches may close. Employees may leave. Products may change. And fees may go up. It could all have a big impact on your business. Should you wait and see what happens? Or move your banking relationship now? At SunTrust, we help thousands of businesses make smart banking decisions every day. And we can do the same for you. We'll work closely with you to understand your business, and help you grow it the way you want to. With 380 offices in Florida, all locally managed, we're here to help your business be ready for anything. 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"The main thing right now is to have him on my insurance," said Vars, who begins a full-time secretarial job Dec. 15 at Hulett Environmental. Giese, who worked in restaurant management for 30 years, is looking for work. "I remember when they first started dating," recalled Vars' father, who drove three hours to be with 12 family members and friends at the ceremony. "I wouldn't let them go out alone. I made them take her big sister as a chaperone." The pair still has supervision. They've moved in with Vars' daughter and son-in-law in Port St. Lucie until they can save some money to find their own apartment. "Instead of raising kids, we can raise grandkids together," Vars said after they married. Their rejoining, said the notary public who wed them, is a tale of "two of life's travelers who've come full circle to join their destinies together." 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