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4B THE PALM BEACH POST , WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2000 Commission could set less drastic fee BOYNTON From IB Black said he also wants to reevaluate the utility departments role within the city. "If he was on our team, he would have told us everything about it," Black said of Sugerman. "He was very selective and left us In the dark, and that's not fair. V "It's like the utilities department vs. the rest of the world If he doesn't want to be part of this hew team, then maybe Mr. $ugerman should find another am.'' t In 1998, Sugerman was given 1 16 percent pay increase and new fluties: coordinating major projects in the utilities and public works departments and overseeing economic development ! rejects. ! Sugerman, who makes 93,600 a year and has worked for the city since late 1994, is out of the office until later this week and fcould not be reached. Utilities Director John Guidry did not re turn phone calls. Bressner said Tuesday he could not comment on Suger-man's actions because he was not manager when the fee was first proposed. But, he added, the utility department has plans for some of the reserve money: $19 million for water and waste-water treatment improvements within the next few years. And the $30 million in storm-water improvements, including $3.6 million in drainage fixes planned for Industrial Avenue and the Costa Bella neighborhood, are long overdue, he said. "We've got to do this and get over the hump," Vice Mayor Ronald Weiland said, adding he's "not concerned" that Sugerman did not mention the reserve money. "Everybody can adjust to this." Bressner said, pointing out commissioners could decide June 6 to set a less drastic fee increase, closer to that of Delray Beach's $4.50 a month or West S A Effect of a storm-water fee hike If Boynton Beach city commissioners Tuesday decide to raise monthly storm-water fees from $1 to $6, businesses, churches, schools, hospitals, malls and other non-residential customers will feel the biggest impact. That's because while residents pay a flat monthly fee, fees for businesses are based on the amount of "hard surface" their buildings occupy. A 25,000-square-foot business that now pays $1 per month for each 1,937 square feet would go from paying $155 per year to $930 a year. Here's a look at how a few of the city's biggest businesses and churches would be affected: Current fee Proposeaiee $4,920 $29,520 $8,208 $49,248 $4,500 ' $27,000 $2,652 $15,912 $960 $5,760 Bethesda Memorial Hospital Motorola Home Depot Macy's St Mark Catholic Church Sources: Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce, Boynton Beach Utilities Department Palm Tran may have to hike fares Palm Beach's $3.40. But Black said: "The commission now looks foolisb' and is vulnerable to the business community's backlash, expected to be demonstrated by a large turnout at Tuesday's meeting. "Now it looks like the whole city is trying to hide something, and that's not the case," Black said. "So now we have to make amends to our business community." shannoncolavecchiopbpost.com Mctim says he lost feeling in legs after 2 hours Anr SETTLEMENT 'From IB . moved his head while taking X-rays and inserting a tube in his throat. He said he lost feeling in his legs two hours after entenng the hospital. Tpnpt HealthSvs- 111 Iliuiun-i oux-v . tern Hospitals, the parent company of Delray Medical Center, Dr. Eugenio Rodriguez and EMSA, Rodriguez's employer The lawsuit was set for trial for July, but a settlement was reached after a mediation session in March, Sawran said The annuity, valued at $1.55 million, was to begin June 1, according to letters exchanged in April be- tween sawran ana josepn iauui-h, torney for Kimmick. The offer was endorsed by lawyer Kenneth Rubin, appointed by the court to represent Kimmick's interests. billdoufhatpbpost.com Area deaths BUDGET From IB 1 In the meantime, Colbath :a nntv rnmmission shouldn't reject the requests for new court staff. "That would be more of an inconvenience for taxpayers," he said. Palm Beach County estimates it would save about $17 million yearly of the total $60 million it pays to run the courts. But the commissioners weren't entirely tight-fisted Tuesday. They said they may want the sheriffs office to spend more than it requested in order to hire additional deputies. Of the 68 new people the sheriff wanted to hire, none were for road patrol. Among the requested additions would be 33 jail guards, 18 administrative workers and eight detectives. Billy Riggs, administration director for the sheriffs office, said the guards are needed because the jails are understaffed. He said the office could use the new deputies, though they're not urgent because crime is down by 17 percent. Commissioners Aaronson and Tony Masilotti said more patrol officers are needed for the growing county. But the financial generosity ended when it came to Palm Tran, the county's ailing bus system. To balance its budget, Palm Tran officials had asked for $3.2 million in additional property tax money and said it would cut back service. "I'm not willing to to use more tax dollars unless it's a last resort," said Masilotti. "I don't want to tell people we're putting money into buses instead of police and paramedics." Without the additional cash, Palm Tran will have to make steep cuts: Eliminating Sunday service; cutting eight routes countywide; increasing fares; and scaling back the SpecTran van program for the disabled. The cuts would come at a time when more people are actually using county buses. Ridership is up 20 percent this year. Commissioners also suggested hitting up city governments for more Palm Tran money and cutting service in cities that don't cough up the cash. But Palm Tran Executive Director Perry Maull doubted that cities would embrace the idea. "I think the cities will be quick to say Thanks but no thanks,' " he said. Maull will come up with options for balancing Palm Trail's budget without the added cash, and present them at the county s July 5 budget hearing. "We want to keep the patient " Macilntti said. "Sometimes auw, you have to cut off a toe to save the patient." marccaputopbpost.com . treborbanstetterpbpost.com 1 Palm Beach County Baker, Theo D. "Ted," 56, of Jupiter. Eustis-Cornell Funeral Home, Marblehead, Mass. Funeral in Marblehead. Breen, Brian L, 42, of Palm Beach Gardens. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral ursday. , , ' Buel, Robert, 76, of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral today. ; . Christie, James, 76, of Roya Palm Beach. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth, i Coney, Ruth, 80, of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chap-pi, Boynton Beach. Funeral Saturday- . - cc ( r Covington, Samuel R., 5b, ot boynton Beach. Boynton Memo-Hal Chapel, Boynton Beach. 1 Dean, Theresa, 73, formerly of ake Worth. Stout & Son Inc., Russiaville, Ind. Diaz, Linda Murray, 54, of Lake Park. N. Howard Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral Fn- daybahan, George L, 58, of Loxa-hatchee. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Visitation and funeral Thursday. Gainor, Ethel Lockett, 87, of Belle Glade. Taylor, Smith and West Funeral Home, Belle Glade. Funeral Thursday. Gelber, Paul, 97, of Boca Raton. IJ. Morris of Florida, Lake Worth. t n t Grant, Harry, 78, of Boynton Beach. Menorah Gardens & Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Albany, N.Y. Grimm, Grace, 91, of North Palm Beach. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, Boynton lJC3.ctl Gross, Bernard M., 82, of Te- questa. Taylor & Modeen Funer al Home, Jupiter. Graveside service in Woodbridge, N.J. Holmes, Ellen, 48, of Riviera Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Huffe, Anne F., 90, of Boynton Beach. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral Mass Thursday. James, Bradley L, 55, of Riviera Beach. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, Boynton Beach. Jarrett, Sanford, 51, of Riviera Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. . Kun, Julius, 89, of Delray Beach. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, Boynton Lefkowitz, Irving, 82, of Boca Raton. Beth Israel Memona Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral tday- c t i Lopez, Fernando, 53 of Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Markowitz, Klara, of Delray Beach. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Thursday. . Riggins, Emma, 88, of Boca Raton. Straghn and Son Tn-City Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Saturday. Root, Charley A. Sr., 80, of Riviera Beach. Northwood Funeral Home & Crematory, West Palm Rosenthal, Aaron, 73, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Sambuca, Carmella, 85, ot Boynton Beach. Lome and Sons Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Mass Thursday. Sezak, Henry, 88, of Delray Beach. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Graveside service Thursday. Shapp, Martha G., 90, of Palm Beach Gardens. Northwood Funeral Home & Crematory, West Palm Beach. Thompson, Rev. Theodore, 85, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Kaion. Velasquez, Carios A., 74, formerly of Lantana. Palm Beach Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, Lantana. Funeral today. , ,,r' Viers, Dorothy, 87, of West Palm Beach. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. Von Catoe, Ray, 77, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Wilson, James A., 86, of Te-questa. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Martin County Devereaux, Audrey D., 86, of Stuart. Forest Hills Funeral Home, Palm City. Visitation and funeral Thursday. Robbins, Kathleen, 54, of Stuart Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. Funeral Thursday. Wesley, Susie Mae, 92, of Stuart Aycock Funeral Home, Stuart. Visitation Thursday; funeral Friday. St. Lucie County Apel, Frederick C. Jr., 82, of Port St. Lucie. Aycock Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie. Ledbetter, Richard Wayne, 30, of Fort Pierce. Yates Funera . Home, Fort Pierce. Visitation and funeral Thursday. Okeechobee County Woolley, Frances Elizabeth, 95, of Okeechobee. Buxton Funeral Home and Crematory, Okeechobee. FUNERAL NOTICES S7h Jfooiiy - (femoty i PEARL B. WILLIAMS Mrs. Pearl Williams, a resident of the Palm Reaches, was railed home 10 he with The Lord on Ma r 25 2000 She served faithfully for sixteen (16) warsls KU-s Lady of The Church Of God. 51 h Street. Ws?Palm Beach, by the side of her husband. Pastor Preston Williams, Sr. i ' She leaves a legacy of love and memories with ' her loving and devoted husband, Bishop Pres on ,Wlllml; he? children: Gwendolyn Mungin, Vivian McDonald. Patricia Miller (Bishop Quan M ller), Mariorie Dawson, Pastor Preston Williams t (fiwenilOlVn Williams?, kiihm SS Ciuiton. and, Car. 3 I.wis r. brown iuaj mm nc - fr Dorothy Hickman; nineteen (19) grandchild; grandchildren; adopted .gi man; host ot nieces, nepnewo. and entire Church Of God Family. BRIAN L. BREEN 42 years old. ot Palm Beach Gardens. FL, died suddenly on Sunday, May 28, 2000- He Is survived by his wile, Mary R Breen of Palm Beach Gardens, FL; and seven children. Rosie C Tallahassee. FL. and Jennifer. Erin Brian L Michael. Shannon, and David Breen all of Palm Beach Gardens. Also surviving is his mother. Maiy louise Bieen of Mansfield, MA; two brotheis, Kevin BrfwWe. Sherill) of Jupiter. FL. and Barry Breen fwTfe jTnne, ot Mansfield, MA. and numerous Aunts Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews Mr. Breen wis preceded in death by his father, Louis C. Breen. Tho Rreon family will receive friends this .vJn? WeSdav May 31, 2000 from 6:00 until 8:00 frATO-EBAilM-HOLLKMAN-BUasli FUNERAL HOME. 1201 South Olive Avenw West Palm Beach with a Wake Semce to be held at 7..U RllTeMass of the Resurrection will celebrated al 100 P M. on Thursday, June 1. 2000. at St. date Catholic Church, North Palm Beach, FL. In lieu of nowers'conSbutions may be made in his memory to St Clare's For The Benefit of the Breen (amdy, 821 Prosperity Farms Road, North Palm Beach, FL, 33408. QUATTLFBAUM-HOLl.EMAN.BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED RAY V. CATOE i ujiti ho hpld on Friday. June . ..vi:r",.rs..1; i, chmch. soi lih" wi, Palm Bch. FL. Rev. Gerald Kisner, Pastor: Bishop yuan mine, a . e " nWv Presiding, wane mhu mrmii" , - Kj h! 1 eSuSKsBKOS-KUNERllOME. RUTH COSTELLO ATKINS . f-L. ,UoA QaturtlaV MaV 27, Z at Vencor Hospital. Bom ver. M; I e ITtt'wrwofOaude William Atkini former ' Miami Real Estate Broker and past director of the ' Miami Board of Realtors. ' Survivors include three daughters, Katherlne ' EteriS AUanta. GA, Mary Ann (Frank) Comisso 'rilrav Beach FL, and Sarah Benjamin, Pinellas 'K 'k T p andchildren. Andrea (Donald) iSerwalde and" Michael E.er,ue " ' grandchildren. Ryan, lan and Ashln Baerwauie, ail, ' of Atlanta. Funeral Mass will be 11:00 AM Friday, June 2, at ulv rrMB Catholic Church. St. Petersburg. In ' meLrVoTRulS Atkins. Memorial MhW- njJJP ' be made to Leah's Handicap Playground Memorial, ' iL 4227 2nd Ave. No., St. lelersburg. rL 3J713 ' J&SSii) Sreit Funeral Home 6 Cremation ', Services, St. Petersburg. MR. ROBERT L. KISNER, SR. I Of Junlter Florida, passed away, at the age of 67 on Friday May 26, 2000 at Vencor Hospital In F ort luuderte Florida altera long battle with lung dis-ease. 1 Mr Kisner Is survived by his loving wife of 48 LarT'KHtv Kisner of Jupiter, FL; two daughters S fciiS ? Sterling. VA and Linda Ken, of Ti v two sons, Robert Kisner, Jr. and his wife SSSrl from West Virginia. on May 28, 2000. Ray V. Catoe 77 of WPB went home. He was a World War II veteran, a former baptist pastor and a Pratt Whitney retiree. U(t to cherish his memory are his wife Bessie of WPB. sons, Danny of Union, S.C.. Jeffe of Mathews. N.C. and Jerry of PBG. Fl., seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service In his memory is planned lot-June 10 in Asheville, North Carolina. LINDA MURRAY DIAZ 1 :,! Diaz ace 54 ol Lake Park. Florida passed , Palm' Be ich Gardens Medical Center on ,w,!f J? ?8 aW Taer a brief illness. She was . M'dSK. Vcn "nd rthU- Beach Sorni. lor twenty yeai, be 0 re m In g ;j gtnpX- K'rshTwas preceded in death by her father, William Murray. 1 imla Is survived by her beloved husband, James brother, Jim Murray, of Jupiter, r L. ieuuii. ,. jp p M Arrangements by win. n. HOWdTuNERAL HOME, North Palm Beach. GEORGE E. (WOODY) GAIIAN Age 58 ol Loxahatchee passed away May 29, 2000. He is survived bv his wife Sharon; two sons, Amh nv of JacSnville. FL and Ronald of Pa m Beach FL; two daughters. Sandy Joy (Daniel) sSES Jacksonville. FL; Tanya (Brian, Spauk mg . ol Ocala FL; two brothers and one sister, eignt grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews Friends may visit on Thursday June 1, 2000 trom ThursdlyHun'K Home. PALMS WEST FUNERAL HOME 110 Business Parkway (State Rd. (TO Royal Palm Beach. FL Family Owned and Operated WILLIAM F. CRAWFORD, SR. .. iin.r-l Phancl. !w SSX Srle s'e" iTu: Va on Tueiay !u hm the family will be present trom 7 ml f -unerel services 10 be conducted on William F (Bill) Crawford, Sr.. 83. of Stuart died Sunday May 28 200(1 at the Hospice Residence in Stuart A native ol Philadelphia, he lived in Stuart lor 17 years He moved here Horn Mooreslown. N.J. and Sean Cilv N.J. He was Valedictorian of his high school g " nation class in Downingtown, Pa. He ,Sed Tavlor Business School and Temple UnivelSty n Philadelphia. He was employed in Ihe oirSs'y "or forty-six year. . forty o whic h were w ,h Sun Oil Co. (Sunoco) in Phi adelphia. He served in various sla f positions in the Mareei nn .. "Ilr ir. msi Ho was a member of trie Finance Commillees ol several ""'k" active member and treasurer of both the rani n h and a Boy Soiit Troop Committee In Ux . Vnnlsrelirement. he anc I hlsN-lo wile (Jertrude, moved to Stuart. He was an active memow ol he Vista Del Ugo Condominium Assocla-Swiere he served on the Board 0 Wrec tor. 4 ' ' . years as President and 8 yeais as vilc President and Treasurer. He also served on numerous LSim I sang In the chorus and barbershop Z He was member ol Pine Ukes Goll Club. An ivid golfer he IdT two holes-ln-one. He was also avkl b, dge plaver. He was predeceased! by h w"fe of 52 yeara. Gertrude W. Crawford, ,n 1992. Beloved by his family and many friends he Is survival by hfs son. Wldiam F. Craw ord. J . and '":..na' 'r Ti se. of siuart; two grand- &o greal-gndchildren, Uuren and Ryan Stalloru. A memorla. servl ol love jnd 1 rememb, nee will be held on !i . w, - ' . , Klim U..'V"": ir,JtaM ocie. Inc. 2030 SB Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL. .. VICKI JO JORDAN Feb. 9, 1952 - May 28, 2000 In Loving Memory Surviving are: husband. Donald Jordan; daughter Vicki Lvnn Jordan, both ol Palm Beach, J L; two sisters, Jackie Singelton, Judy Singeltnn both of Syl-va NC; brother, Carroll Singelton ol Lake Worth, FL. BRADLEY LAMBERT JAMES Of Riviera Beach, 55, died Fri., May 26th of romp cat tons ol a prolonged illness. He worked lor B"l In Decatur, IT. lor many years as a computer programmer. Moved to Florida in the mid ?o7where he worked for the '""j; n tor 20 years. He was pre-ceeded in death by Sidney James, his father. He is survived by his children, Eric James of Pt. St I ucie daught Corey ol Alabama. Mother Wanda Jami and sister. Jennller James of San Franctsoo, Ca. Member ot the Moose and Vtw. He left behind many friends. A Memorial Service will be held at the Inlet lounge jTe d at 3:00 PM West Palm Beach, ror info, call 844-9439. ANTHONY V. PASQUALE Died May 29, 2000 at the VIP Care Pavilion In MargaTe, FL Prior to retiring to Lake Park FL In S he was a lifelong resident of Rye. Bmn lW. ne wrt pasouale was the son of Ihe W9-I6 He was a member ot the local V.F.W and Resnrrertion Church. He is survived by his wile Mary Ellen Huestis Pasquale; live children Jeff Pasquale, Linda Pasouale. Richard Pasquale. iJiuren Pasquale and Jerry Pasquale, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Family members who died earlier include 8 brothers and sisters. Jerry Pasquate, Maiy Pasquale, Frank Pasquale, Rocco Pasquale, Angelina Bochirchlo, William Pasquale, Jane Morano and Joseph Pasquale. Calling hours are Thurs. 5-9 PM at the William H Graham Funeral Home. Mass ot L'nrisiian nunai is Fri 10 AM at Resurrection Church, Rye. NY. Interment will follow Greenwood Union Cemetery. Rye, NY. CARMELLA SAMBUCA Beiovea iwoiner aim uiaiiu,, U of Boynton Beach, passed away on Tuesday, May 30 2000. She is predeceased by her husband. Fred in 1999. She Is survived by daughters, Frances McManus of Boynton Beach and Carol Ktanick ol Phi adelphia PA Sons Richard F. Sambuca of St. Cloud. FL and Frederick W Sambuca ol Southampton PA: Sister EnS iauss of Feaslerville, PA. 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday. June 1 20UO aT 10:00 AM a. St. Mark's Catholic Church 643 NE 4th Avenue, Boynton Beach. FL. In of fCers contributions made ,o H,plce oK'alm fTMr'n Beach in charge ol arrangements. LOUIS J. SCHMIDT - . in AioA Mnv SO. 2000. nnrnWalo N Y - " Born in Bultato, lh w vears. of World war u, n.ore, - . , ia. hie (Inuffhter. He is survived try ms V--fi M,J. his Anthony Mayer. A Mf' Vhtfraf "h"eBSn! followed by interment in ine "' ". - ,.',,, al ,e Friends may call trom 6-8 PM in s .v KRAEER FUNr-RAL (i'n8 mav h. Highway Bca Raton r L. c fc c mace to .r r. ,,, .. , Avenue, west rami ot DavidP.Ully.Jr. March 21, 1988 May 31, 1993 ., ,. I ..... mrh WC II niwny, njr H" - - And We've missed Hour secial tcnicn. Your smile tlml made our hearts slna. Will in our memory forever rlnti-. .i ...i.u ... ni.cn'l veni lonO tint llie ou HOU brouflht will continue on. I lie nuns ann ... m. - Will be tell from lienven otxive. Seven lontf gears have passed, but Our love for you will always last. Tlir UWv b Lfit'is families Services will be held TODAY, May 31, 2000 from 11 00 10 1:00 PM at Del Lago Funera Home. 131 S. Lakeside Dr., Uke Worth, FL 3360. In lieu o flowers, donations may be made to the Lupus t oundation. WILLIAM H. GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME i r hos on rusi Rye, N.Y. (914 ) 967-0129 , 10580 BURTON SUDER ... in- m -mrlv nf Palm oner a oriel illness. He retired in 1992 ft om Pratt ami WhTmey Alrcral. lnWes. Palm P,each F tandj. . . Senior Engineering Project " tu , 0, in death by his parens. Sophie and Mike !u(ier oi Lorain. He is survived by his wile. Carolyn, his darter and son-in-law, Maiy iiohl "n.taw. Woodland Park. Coloraoo, J" ""7? ' ani Brad and Alison. Suder oP Tampa. Morula and granddaughters, Anasinsia ...i.-.. Shannon buuer. A memorial service was held In Knraville on May 27 , ieu ol flowers a donation may be made to your avonie cnamj -, iy " . r !. 3v- STnJoouu offenwry oj Sheldon Mark Golaub It has been 3 years since yem left us. You are gone but not fnrootten. The memories of you still live on. Always remembered by Mother, Kalhken, Father Agustus, brother, Stephen, Son, Mark, "J relatives ami friends. December 2? tm May 31' 1997 0 MZ-T T "i.t Baywinds Madison Green Ibis Golf & Country Club Hie Palm Beach Jtost GOING ON VACATION? We'll interrupt your home delivery service, or save the newspapers for you. Call 820-4663 or 1-800-654-1231. fc lhf KtlraltethRist 1

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