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May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB)


Volume 29, No. 5 May 2010
See updated Internet contact information on Page 6

Toni and Dom New Vice President Named


Take the Chairs at UCO Delegates Meeting
The President’s for Century Village By Syd Kronish
We are glad to report that a It’s full speed ahead for the new Century Village administra-
Corner: pair of excellent and informa- tion led by President David Israel.
The Delegate Assembly approved the election of Phyllis
David Israel tive persons has been appointed
to their new positions as chair- Richland as Vice President which the President and officers as
persons for the coming year. well as the executive board had
They are Toni Salometo to previously affirmed since she had
head the insurance committee received the third highest number
At the time of this writing I am in office a bit over two weeks; and Dom Guarnagia to lead of votes after the first two Vice
nonetheless, our Administration has taken small steps toward the maintenance committee. Presidents. Richland replaced
improvement. Let’s look at our ambitious process and see how Here is more interesting the position vacated by David
our philosophy will develop. personal information: Israel due to his becoming the
Discarding Strange Rules: Toni was born on Long Is- new President of UCO.
Upon taking office we observed that some strange and mean- land, during the “Great War” Phyllis has lived in the Vil-
ingless rules were in effect. First there was the rule requiring on a military base. Her fa- lage for 13 years, 11 of which
channel 63 to be continuously shown in the Hastings fitness ther was a lifer in the Army, were working in a variety of du-
center on a screen in front of a treadmill; this is no longer in ef- which became the Air Force. ties helping the needs of the CV residents. She was formerly
fect. Next there was a rule that required that the UCO Reporter They moved around a lot — Vice President under three previous administrations and is proud
Online version be held in embargo for three days after the print Germany, Texas, Delaware, of the fact that she organized the Health Fair which has been a
version was released; this is no longer in effect, the Reporter New York and back to Long great success annually.
may be read Online, when available, at the following Web Site: Island, where she finished high President Israel warmly welcomed Phyllis to the VP post and
http://century-village-wpb.blogspot.com/ . A third strange rule school. The family moved to said she will be assigned many new duties.
precluded the distribution of the UCO Reporter in the UCO southern New Jersey in ’66. President Israel used the opportunity of the Delegates As-
Office; now, if you want a copy, just ask. Yet another strange Toni began her insurance sembly to continue his desire to search for experienced persons
rule we have eliminated, was the reading of the UCO Reporter career on Long Island as a for the various committees. o
galley proofs in the UCO Office prior to publication. Many typist/rater for a large Fortune
other strange rules are under examination; watch this space to 500 company. She transferred List of UCO Committees & Chairs
see them fall. If any reader has knowledge of any strange rule from their office on Long As of April 14, 2010
over which UCO may have control, please let us know at UCO. Committee...................................................................... Chair
Island, to Philadelphia, South
Insurance: Advisory...................................................... Randall Borchardt
Jersey, Kansas City, and back
For years, we have heard an endless series of excuses as to Beautification.................................................................... TBA
to Philadelphia. During this
why each Association does not have copies of their entire pack- Benches & Signs................................................Haskell Morin
period she progressed in her
age of Insurance policies, as required by Florida Statutes. One Cable................................................................... Bob Marshall
career to an Underwriting
particular excuse rings in my ears: “they were here in a truck CERT................................................................... Jackie Karlan
Account Executive, where Channel 63................................................................. Ed Black
but only three people came to pick them up.” Guess what, it she underwrote commercial
turns out that they can be mailed by United States mail to each Community Relations....................................... Ted Silverman
accounts. During the turmoil Computer.................................................................... Ed Black
Association President; imagine that! So, all of the Association in the industry in the mid-90s,
Presidents should watch their mailbox for the imminent arrival Elections........................................................Hershel Sarasohn
she was let go, but worked at Finance............................................................... Dorothy Tetro
of these documents. Another Insurance issue is of great concern, various other companies.
as a result of excessive water damage claims, one of our carriers, Insurance........................................................... Toni Salometo
While she was working, Investigations.................................................... Louise Gerson
Philadelphia Insurance, has refused to renew our policy. This Toni completed her AA in Irrigation.............................................................Sal Bummolo
fact has resulted in moving our coverage for the water damage Accounting, a BS/BA in In- Maintenance.................................................... Dom Guarnagia
policy to another company with a consequent doubling of the surance and holds a CPCU, Nominating-Search....................................... Roberta Fromkin
premium, from about $300,000.00 to $600,000.00 per year. Charter Property Casualty Operations...............................................................Dave Israel
This change was effective on January 1, 2010. We fear that Underwriter designation, as Programs & Services..........................................Frank Cornish
there are many other, as yet unrevealed, issues which we will well as an ARM, Associate in Reporter.................................................................Syd Kronish
uncover, when we actually have the opportunity to review the Risk Management and an APA, Safety..............................................................George Franklin
policies. All of these matters will be brought into the daylight Associate in Premium Audit. Security..............................................................Frank Cornish
for all of our unit owners to see. Our Insurance Agents at the Dom came to the Village Transponders....................................................... Bob Marshall
Plastridge Agency will be engaged to full effect to scrub all of from Boston where he lived Transportation.................................................Barbara Cornish
our policies, to obtain the best possible value for our money. and worked for many years. Welcome.......... Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman (Co-Chairs)
UCO Information Technology: He graduated from North-
In order to improve the productivity of our UCO volunteers, eastern University and Boston
and subsequently the UCO service to our Village, every aspect
of our UCO computer and networking technology is being
College with a BS in education
Delegate Meeting
Fri, May 7, 9:30 am
and a MA in Urban Planning.
examined and upgraded. The UCO Computer Committee has After a career in teaching
been resurrected, after lying dormant for five years. At the first he served the city of Boston as
meeting, numerous upgrades were identified, and they are now special contractor of Afford-

Clubhouse Theatre
in progress. A strange rule, forbidding the Computer Committee able Housing.
from performing routine maintenance after normal UCO hours In 2009, he moved to the
Continued on Page 2 Continued on Page 4
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From Pres. Israel more of our committees, please is reversing the deterioration
Continued from Page 1 come forward. At this writing, of our roads; this will require
has been reversed and such we need volunteers for the a combination of road upgrade
At the Delegate maintenance is now in prog- Cable Committee, the UCO and drainage upgrade to re-
ress; thanks to the dedicated Reporter, the Investigations duce the problem of flooding
Assembly new Computer Committee. Committee and the Insurance in major rain events. If you
Rhea Cohen Legal Operations: Committee to name just a few. are an engineer with experi-
One of my most important Volunteers are the principal ence in this sort of project,
concerns is that of making all component in cost contain- consider volunteering for the
of UCO operations in service ment; think about it, it’s your Infrastructure Committee.
to our Village come into conso- village and your money! I could go on, but there
April 5, 2010 a leave of absence as chair of nance with all applicable Laws, Major Projects: will be other articles and op-
These minutes were tran- the Security Committee and Bylaws and Administrative As you may be aware, our portunities to communicate
scribed by Mary Patrick Benton. Frank Cornish will chair this Codes. To this effect, I have shoreline restoration is pro- with you. In Closing, I must
The meeting was called to committee until Al returns. asked the Chair of our Advisory ceeding with rapid pace. There thank those who are working
order by President David Is- Bob Marshall is chairing the Committee, Randall Borchardt are a number of large projects ceaselessly to make our new
rael. The Pledge of Allegiance Cable Committee. There will to commence an educational in the pipeline which we will Administration an efficient le-
was led by George Franklin. be several training sessions initiative for our Association bring for the consideration of gal and open success, to name
Two hundred and one del- on how to work the remote Boards and our Unit Owners. our Board of Directors; the but a few; Bob Marshall,
egates were in attendance. control for those who are hav- Look for Randall’s new column Delegate Assembly. Have you Frank Cornish, Sal Bum-
The minutes of the previ- ing trouble with their cable in this issue. Randall’s Condo noticed the fine new chairs molo, Dorothy Tetro, Phyllis
ous meeting were accepted as box. These training sessions Corner will be an ongoing being deployed to the various Richland, Rodger Carver,
written. will be held at the UCO of- source of critical information pools? This project is not yet Randall Borchardt, Ed Black,
President Israel announced fice on April 4 and 16. Those regarding Condominium Law complete, Frank Cornish has Elaine Brown and Major Jeff
that the UCO Reporter will be interested should call the UCO and legal governance. worked for two years to get Koronec. This job cannot be
available on the blog as soon office to register. Call for Volunteers: his project going and we will done without the close coop-
as the paper is printed. Motion: Randy Borchardt I must reiterate the fact that need at least another year to eration of knowledgeable folk
Toni Salometo has been moved to approve the ap- Century Village is a Small complete full deployment of willing to make things hap-
appointed Insurance Chair. pointment of Phyllis Richland City. The operation of our City new chairs, lounges and um- pen. In particular my sincere
Cathy Edge at Plastridge is as Vice President to fill the is critically dependent upon brellas, thanks is due for this thanks go out to those who
the contact person if you have vacancy when David was you the Unit Owner stepping effort, this particular project are working in background
any insurance problems. Their elected UCO President. The up to serve on one of our com- will be effected by The Op- silence to correct past wrongs
number is 630-4955. Plas- motion was seconded and a mittees. If you have life skills erations Committee. A major and bring those responsible to
tridge is delivering insurance lengthy discussion followed. A which are related to one or project looming on the horizon justice. o
policies to each Association. vote was taken and the motion
There will be an Insurance passed.
Workshop in Room C on April Treasurer’s Report: Doro-
21 from 9:30 to 11:30. Chuck thy Tetro reported that all EC13003025
Knudsen will discuss mitiga- Associations have met their
tion strategies and cost reduc- payments to UCO this past
tion of insurance premiums. quarter. She is still awaiting a • Appliances • Electrical Contr • Air Conditioning / Portable
Association board members ruling by the IRS concerning & Window • Full Service Remodels • Electrical Design Installation and Service
arc encouraged to attend. any tax due from the doorway • Indoor Light Fixture Installation • Landscape Lighting • Recess Lighting
Motion: Randy Borchardt fee paid to UCO by Comcast. • Security Lighting • Additional Outlets and Switches • Pool Equipment Wiring
moved to approve the selec- Motion: Randy Borchardt • Outdoor Lighting & Surge Suppression • Electrical Panel Upgrades • Ceiling Fan Installations
tion of Syd Kronish as editor moved to ratify the purchase
pro tem of the UCO Reporter of a golf cart, the cost was Serving Palm Beach County Since 2001
and Claudette LaBonte sec- $2,675. Jerry Karpf sec- Resident For Over 30 Years

561-575-2653
onded the motion. Carried. onded the motion. Motion
The Editorial Committee will carried.
meet this afternoon at 1:00 pm Jackie Karlan, chair of the
in the UCO office. CERT committee, announced
Dom Guarnagia has been that Hurricane Preparation is

CCC
appointed Maintenance Com- the topic of their next meeting Are You On the List?
mittee Chair. on April 19 in the Art Room at Duly registered Delegates sign in at the Delegate As-
Al McLaughlin has taken 2:00 pm. All are welcome. o sembly and vote on issues affecting their community.
These Associations had no impact at the 4/9/09 meeting:
• ANDOVER A, B, D, F, G, H, I, K, M
Say You Saw It in the UCO Reporter • BEDFORD B, E
• BERKSHIRE A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, J
It’s good for business — theirs and ours! Support your • CAMBRIDGE A, B, C, D
• CAMDEN A, B, D, F, G, H, L, M
village — the condo community and outside the gates! • CANTERBURY B, H, I, J, K
• CHATHAM B, H, I, J, K
• COVENTRY B, D, F, G, J, K
• DORCHESTER A, C, D, H, K
• EASTHAMPTON A, B, C, F, G, I
• HASTINGS F, G, H
• KENT B, E, F, H, M, N
• KINGSWOOD C, E, F
• NORTHAMPTON A, E, F, H, J, L, M
• NORWICH C, D, E, H, I, K, M, N, O
• OXFORD 100, 200
• SALISBURY G, H
• SHEFFIELD B, C, H, L, M, O, Q
• SOMERSET E, G, H, I
• STRATFORD A, B, D, K, N, O
• SUSSEX D, E, G, H, I, K
• WALTHAM A, B, D, E, F
• WELLINGTON B, C
• WINDSOR E, F, I, J, L, P, R
May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

A few years ago, I searched


the FCHR 55+ Registry and
contacted each Association
which failed to register, or And Then
Condo Corner to renew their listing, and There’s This:
Randall eventually achieved over 99%
Vice President
compliance from C.V. Asso-
Borchardt ciations. By recently repeating Phyllis Richland
this search, I discovered that
100 Associations have already
been removed from this Reg-
It has been suggested that sequently listed, on the Florida istry! Seacrest Services, Inc., She’s baaaack!!!! And rar- of my ability. I will even help
I write a monthly column in Commission on Human Rela- as a gesture of their support ing to go. It is great being back my detractors if the occasion
order to share information and tions Website (FCHR). This for all Associations of Century at UCO and knowing that I’ll arises.
suggestions that may be of is accomplished through the Village, has been generous be able to put all the years of As far as where I stand re-
value to each Board of Admin- submission of a “Renewal enough to send the required experience I’ve accumulated garding the golf course, I will
istration, and to the residents Form” (unless you have al- “Registration Form” to each to good use again. repeat the statement I made at
of every Condominium As- ready been delisted), a fee of and every delisted Associa- I was very touched by the the assembly: “I understand
sociation in Century Village. I $20.00 every two years, and tion, regardless of whether or outpouring of 900 wishes and how emotional and sensitive
have been appointed to Chair a signed declaration that the not the Association is pres- congratulations that followed an issue this is. When you
the Advisory Committee by Community is presently quali- ently their client. Upon receipt me after the Delegate Assem- bought your homes you ex-
the newly elected President of fied. Among the qualifications of the “Registration Form”, bly. To the few that voted not pected to enjoy the beauty
UCO. From the outset, I wish is the development of proce- complete it and return it to to approve my selection, I say of the view and now it has
to extend my thanks to those dures for routinely determin- the FCHR with a check from this: “I’m sorry you feel the changed. I tell you this, as a
Delegates who supported ing the occupancy of each unit, the Association for $20.00. way you do, but if you have supporter of the democratic
my candidacy for Executive providing for regular updates In the event that a housing an issue with me, I wish you process, if the majority of the
Board Membership in this every two years. The Housing discrimination complaint is would come to me face to face residents of Century Village
recent election. From the first for Older Persons Act (HOPA) filed against your Association, and give us a chance to discuss vote to support the golf course
day of his new administration, requires the “Verification of Registration with the FCHR it. That is always a good way issue, then I will support the
President David Israel has Occupancy” through “Reli- and verification of compliance to clear the air.” will of the people.”
regularly assigned me to tasks able Surveys and Affidavits” through ‘Reliable Surveys and All of the differences of And finally, Mr. President,
of different sorts, and has been(copies of Driver’s License, Affidavits’ will most likely be opinion that were voiced at and all the officers, a thank
very supportive in permitting Birth Certificate, Passport, investigated along with the the assembly will not stop me you for giving me the oppor-
me to pursue necessary lines etc.), which certifies that “at complaint. By being proac- in any way from doing my job tunity to serve the Village once
of inquiry (including written least 80% of the occupied tive in conforming to the as Vice President to the best again. o
requests for legal opinions) units are occupied by at least requirements of Federal and
toward the overall purpose of one permanent resident who Florida Law in this regard, it
transforming UCO into a “well is 55 years of age or older.” A will clearly demonstrate to the
oiled machine”, one that will housing community’s failure to FCHR (and the Palm Beach
optimally serve the residents survey or re-survey its list of County Office of Equal Op-
of Century Village. occupants in accordance with portunity which receives the
I realize that this being my its age verification procedures filings for Housing Discrimi-
first monthly column, it has does not demonstrate intent to nation Complaints) the rou-
taken on the proportions of a be considered housing for old- tine exercise of due diligence
“small manual,” but rest as- er persons, and could jeopar- in governing the affairs of the
sured that future columns will dize the housing community’s Association.
be much less lengthy... maybe. status as 55 or older housing. The FCHR’s policy is to
These “Reliable Surveys and send a “Renewal Form” thirty
“55 YEARS AND OLDER Affidavits” are considered days before each Association’s
COMMUNITY” — ARE official records of the Associa- Registration expires to the
YOU REGISTERED? tion, but as opposed to most address last listed, but appar-
Every Association in Cen- official records which need to ently this procedure has been
tury Village is a “55 Years of be kept for a seven year period, ineffective in most instances
Age and Older Community” these need to be kept as long due to the election of a new
(the term “Community” re- as the housing community/ President. During the writ-
fers to each individual Asso- facility intends to proffer its ing of this column, I decided
ciation) and is required under exempt status; so do not dis- to send Renewal Forms to
760.29(4)(e), Florida Statutes card either these surveys or the each of the 199 Associations
to be registered with, and sub- applications for occupancy. Continued on Page 14

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Toni and Dom


Continued from Page 1

Village and is anxious to help


From the Desk of in his new capacity. Maintenance
Vice President Dom says, “There is one
thought I have regarding prod- Dom Guarnagia
Bob Marshall uct and contractor endorse-
ments. My feeling is that it is
wise and safe to recommend
products that are new, in ge-
We are attempting to put asking how to go about acquir- neric terms only, while refrain- By the time this article goes person can benefit others in the
together a training program ing the free box that most of ing from endorsing specific to press, I will have hope- room. At the conclusion of the
for unit owners that are having us already have. Upon inquiry, products and contractors.” o fully met those members of the meeting, those questions not
difficulties operating the Com- these folks are new buyers and Maintenance Committee who answered can be passed on to
cast remote control. Hopefully are taking title to a previously have been the core element me and I will personally call
this will be in place as you unoccupied unit. There are in the past, and together set by phone or E-Mail, either
read this article. Included in two ways to get these boxes. Move Over a schedule of monthly meet- responding or seeking resolu-
this training process will be a The first is to go to the Com- America ings. I am both thankful and tion elsewhere. Research and
group of volunteers who will cast office and pick up the box, A Good Thing To Know: privileged to have been elected referrals through tradesmen
go into the homes of the shut- bring it home and install it. New Law: If a patrol car to the UCO Executive Board and professionals can yield
ins who are having difficulties The second is to call Comcast is pulled over to the side of and especially pleased to chair appropriate cost-saving solu-
and cannot get out to the UCO and ask for delivery. The first the road, you must change the Maintenance Commit- tions to maintaining aging
office for a training session. can be accomplished at no cost to the next lane (away from tee where I hope to share 50 structures needing electrical
The economy is still causing providing the unit owner can the stopped vehicle) or slow years of association with the and plumbing updates, avoid-
many problems for Boards of do the installation. However, down 20 mph less than the building industry in various ing catastrophes and providing
Directors who have unit own- the second does incur a cost posted speed limit. Every capacities. a safer environment.
ers that aren’t or can’t pay their of about $30. Questions? Call state (except Hawaii and To borrow a phrase from There is one thought I have
monthly maintenance fees. me at the office or come in. Maryland) and D.C. has ad- Sy Syms, “An educated con- regarding product and con-
Come into the office and Delegates, please remember opted this law now. sumer is our best customer.” tractor endorsements. My
let’s discuss this situation. I to come to the meetings dur- In New Jersey, the “Move- My goal is, through dialogue feeling is that it is wise and
recently read that there are over ing the summer months when Over” law became operative coupled with your FAQs (Fre- safe to recommend products
500,000 foreclosures in process many are away. We learned in 2009 with a fine up to $500 quently Asked Questions) that are new, in generic terms
statewide. This means that at the election how important — see the site http://www. during our monthly meetings, only, while refraining from
there are many foreclosures one vote can be, so your par- moveoveramerica.com/ that you will have a better endorsing specific products
that may be ahead of you in ticipation will be needed. For A friend’s son got a ticket understanding of the whys, and contractors.
lines. Act early to get your situ- the snowbirds who are in the for this recently. A police car whens and hows to proceed I will forgo the April meet-
ation cleared up so that a new process of flying north for the (turned out it was two police through the bidding process ing so that I can meet with the
person can take title and start summer, have a good summer cars) was on the side of the and read contracts with un- Committee, hear their wishes
paying the maintenance fees. and come back to us in the fall, road giving a ticket to some- derstanding. If each attendee for an informative format
Some people have been healthy and ready to enjoy the one else. He slowed down to brings with him/her a piece of and set times and dates for
coming into the UCO office winter. o pass but did not move into the paper with a printed question meetings that will continue
other lane. The second police or remark, name, address and throughout my term. Hoping
car immediately pulled him phone number and or E-Mail that this will meet with your
MAY 2010 MOVIES over and gave him a ticket. He address so that during time wishes and goals for the con-
had never heard of the law. allotted for audience input, tinued dissemination of useful
05/02 Sun 1:45PM FAME – Kay Panabaker, Naturi It is a fairly new law that questions can be asked and information through mutual
Naughton, Bebe Neuwirth, Debbie Allen, Kelsey Grammer
states if any emergency vehi- through dialogue between the dialogue, I look forward to
05/03 Mon 6:45PM PG 107 Min
05/04 Tue 1:45PM Dream It - Earn It - Live It! An cle is on the side of the road, if Committee and the audience, our first meeting. Bring your
updated version of the 1980 musical, which you are able, you are to move appropriately answered. In this questions and remarks and
05/06 Thu 6:45PM centered on the students of the into the far lane. The cost of way, a question posed by one let’s talk. o
New York Academy of Performing Arts. the ticket was $754, with three
points on your license and a
05/09 Sun 1:45PM IT’S COMPLICATED – Meryl mandatory court appearance.
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05/11 Tue 1:45PM First comes marriage. Then
comes divorce. And then... When attending their Brochure and Ticket Order
05/13 Thu 6:45PM son’s college graduation, a
couple reignite the spark in their relationship...but UCO Office
05/16 Sun 1:45PM
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the complicated fact is they’re
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own envelopes (we will supply the postage). There
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May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

At the Library
By Chuck Waugh
Scam Alert at Okeechobee
Branch Library
Security The Okeechobee Blvd. Investigations
Al McLaughlin Branch Library hosts a variety Louise Gerson
of programs each month. In-
vestigator David Dodson from
Palm Beach County’s Division
of Consumer Affairs will pres-
ent Scam Alert: Protect Yourself
We have new leadership at for being careful at the gates. from Rip-Offs and Identity Many thanks for your show Investigation office. This ap-
UCO and with it will come There were fewer broken gate Theft on May 6 at 2:00 p.m. of support in voting for me. plies to anyone flooded out of
some improvements in our arms in March. Learn how to protect yourself We were kept busy in March their apartment and are having
operation. First of all we are My last complaint is that from scams and identity theft. with 68 sales, 35 rentals, 5 their place repaired.
now seeking new gate com- several people have tried to Rip-off artists want your money. deed transfers and 12 requests Realtors doing business
puters that were approved last enter Century Village using Don’t let it happen to you. This for occupants — a total of 120 here have been notified and
year. This will help to speed someone’s CV ID which is informative program will edu- investigations done. will help you find a temporary
up the visitor gate operation not their own (mother, friend, cate you on ways to avoid being To all board members going place in our Village. Check
(if every one is called in as or etc.). We must confiscate a taken advantage of and help back up North, please make with your homeowners insur-
is necessary). It will also give non-owned ID. Guest passes make you a smarter consumer. sure your Association checks ance company to see what
us better video and sound of for three months are available Call the library today to register and your seal are left with coverage you have.
those few people that delay all at UCO. A resident must regis- for this program and for more someone who can conduct Associations, please call
others, in line, while arguing ter at both WPRF and UCO so information about other library your condo business in your if you have questions. This
with the guard. Please call that they may use the “Call in” programs. absence. is to help our neighbors in an
in your guests (and workers) (UCO) and pools, Clubhouse The Okeechobee Boulevard After consulting with our emergency. We are here to
and tell them if they have any (WPRF). This is the security Branch Library is located next Attorney, we put an emer- help you!
trouble, you will call them in system that you are paying for; to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours gency procedure in place On another subject: The
again. If your message is not please use it correctly. are: Monday, Tuesday, and immediately! Anyone who is Investigation department does
in the computer a guest may We had a very nice Spring Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. forced out of their apartment not tell Associations to accept
not enter. The only way to Break, Easter, Passover holi- to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- because of water or fire dam- or reject people. We do the
get your guest’s name in the day with lots of visitors. I day and Saturday from 10:00 age may rent an apartment investigations and pass the
computer is to call 689-1759. hope that your guests had a a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village in our Village on a month to results on to your Association
Last month we had 440 people good time. The kids were well- residents, including seasonal month basis. Since you were Board. The Association is the
denied entry because there behaved and it was nice to see residents, are eligible for a free investigated, the new build- only one that can accept or
was no “call in” when they them in the Clubhouse pool. library card with proper I.D. ing can waive your investiga- reject — not UCO or Inves-
first arrived. I wish all of our winter resi- Visit the library today! tion. We are doing this for the tigations.
We were again very popular dents a safe trip home and a May Programs: people who had to leave their If you would like to vol-
last month with 22,000 ve- wonderful summer. We will be • Mon, May 3, 6:00 p.m.: apartments because of the fire unteer in Investigations as an
hicles coming through the visi- happy to welcome them back Creole Computer Class in Oxford 400. You will not interviewer, please call me.
tor gates in March. Thank you when they return in the fall. o • Tue, May 4, 8:30 a.m.: need an investigation, but you Computer experience is a ne-
Mousing Around must contact me at the UCO cessity. o
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• Medical Insurance Claims • Wed, May 12, 8:30 a.m.: Workforce Alliance • Thu, May 27, 2:30 p.m.:
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Call the
Rover:
502-8103
Remember,
call 911
first for any
emergency,
then call
the above
number to
summon our
security
car.
Page 6 THE UCO REPORTER May 2010

luck, Olga! We need a breath 2010 and advised that he is to


of fresh air in our village. maintain the entire property.
Dot Loewenstein Since that has not been ac-
complished, County personnel
The official newspaper of Century Village Here Come Da Judge will be contacting him again
The day of the operations to see that it is taken care of
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 meeting of March 24, 2010, promptly. If this situation is
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830 David Israel, presiding as not complied with, violations
Email: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com president, sat at the head of will be instituted against the
the table — with a gavel. Yes owners of the property.
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri
folks, God arrived on earth in As an Officer of the Pro-Ac-
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd Kronish the form of David Israel who tive Committee, I have been
Editors..............................June Saponaro, Joseph Saponaro
The “Mail Bag” sec- professes to save the world of very diligent in my contacts
Bookkeeper................................................. Phyllis Siegelman
Century Village. He arrived with the County; however, it
Business Manager.................................. Antoinette Salometo tion of the UCO Re- by taking the form of the devil may help this situation if other
Pre-Press Coordinator....................................John Saponaro porter represents the and after his election miracu- concerned residents of Cen-
Layout Coordinator...................................... Myron Silverman
Photo Editor, Consultant..........................................Ken Graff
OPINIONS OF THE lously transformed himself tury Village contact County
Reporter.............................................................. Elaine Brown AUTHOR ONLY. UCO into a self proclaimed God. Code Enforcement directly.
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler supports the publication Halleluiah! Let us pray. The more direct complaints
Advertising.................................................... Don McDonough of the diverse opinions His first order of the day they receive, the faster action
Circulation......................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Prime, Gallagher was to put a priority on a peti- may be taken. So do your part
(your property managers)
of our residents, and will tion he received from about too. Make those calls.
endeavor to continue to 200 residents wanting the
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. Honey Sager
publish opinions which dances returned to Saturday
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: Vice President
may be considered in- nights. Now, I ask you, is Pro-Active Committee
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed this going to change Cen-
flammatory but not de-
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge.
famatory. tury Village? I don’t think so. Response Letter to
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.) There are roughly 500 units Irwin Levy About the
From the Observation not paying maintenance and
Submissions & Articles...... Please type in caps and lower case, Golf Course
Deck WPRF fees. If this were to be
In the last issue of the UCO
double spaced, any item. “Space available” basis. Email preferred. a priority, I would say God is
Kudos to Myron Silverman
Reporter, we printed a copy of
Deadlines........... 7 of each month (call about special problems).
th
for his outstanding work on on the right track. But no, God
the Pro-Active Committee’s
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com the Reporter’s April issue. has put Le Bal on his priority
letter to Irwin Levy and we
Health problems caused me list. Let’s think about this for
received a response from him.

OFFICERS
to walk away from the Re- a moment. Do you think Le
He asked for certain informa-
porter, with no advance warn- Bal would have been changed
tion that we then replied, as
ing to Myron or anyone else from Saturday to Sunday if all
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 you can see in the following:
on the staff. He did not walk residents were paying main-
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 Dear Mr. Levy:
away, he came in and worked tenance and WPRF fees? I
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm Thank your for your re-
after regular office hours andthink not. I would guess with
sponse to our letter. Due to
President: David Israel pushed himself to the limit in99% certainty, it was changed
other personal obligations, we
Vice Presidents: Sal Bummolo, Frank Cornish, order to meet deadline. because of money, money.
were unable to communicate
Bob Marshall, Phyllis Richland Letters to the Editor have WPRF is hurting and so is this
with you again until now. 
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro been controversial, and quite village. Did God make this His
First, we would like you
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank often simply noting the name first priority? No.
to know that the Pro-Active
Recording Secretary: Rhea Cohen of the author has caused prob- Now, if God were a righ-
Committee is not a UCO com-
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver lems — do we print this or teous God, He would save us
mittee but, at a recent Delegate
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton don’t we? Several months ago, from this wretched Century
Assembly, a motion was made
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton
Village and return us to our
I had to go before the Editorial
and passed that the UCO
Board, with the president and heavenly body before the hur-
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine Administration would sup-
ricane and the mortgage crises.
four vice presidents sitting in
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, port the residents sponsored
judgment over any Letter we Amen!
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, Pro-Active Committee in their
found questionable. Immedi- Olga Wolkenstein
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy opposition to any housing de-
ately upon reading the name Is It a Golf Course
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, velopment on the golf course
of the author, they voted not
Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, Claudette LaBonte,
to print that letter. One Veep
or an Overgrown property.  
Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, Ron Massa Meadow? In your letter, you asked us
had the opinion that we should
I have been contacted many to determine approximately
Executive Board print that letter if a certain
times by many residents ask- how many residents would
police report was printed also.
David Bernstein Syd Kronish ing “what is being done about want to join a golf course and
Upon reporting this to the
Randall Borchardt Claudette LaBonte the condition of the golf course would they be willing to pay
author, I was given the police
Carol Castro Haskell Morin property?” Let me tell you all a fair membership fee. As an
report. Dreading the confron-
Sandy Cohen Honey Sager that I have been in contact answer to that, before Mr.
tation, I then returned to the
Barbara Cornish Joe Saponaro
UCO office, with police reportwith County Code Enforce- Waldman purchased the golf
George Franklin Howie Silver ment several times to find out course, we had at least 300
in hand, and had their decision
Roberta Fromkin Myron Silverman overturned. A victory! how they are handling this men and women in Century
Louise Gerson Ted Silverman Now we receive letters from situation with the owners of Village leagues that played
Dom Guarnagia Lori Torres Olga Wolkenstein, who was the property. A few months there several times a week.
Jackie Karlan Jeanette Veglia informed that, as written, herago I submitted an Attorney’s In addition, the neighboring
letters cannot be printed. Theletter to the County stating communities had several other
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, letter you, hopefully, read inthat the current owners must leagues of their own that also
West Palm Beach, FL. the April issue was altered bycomply with documents pre- played there several times a
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a Mutual Ben-
her three times until it was viously filed with the County week. Not all were paid annual
efit Organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors acceptable. My suggestion to obligating the current owners memberships, some were “pay
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They to “perpetual maintenance” of as you play.” In addition, the
her was to use a pen name, as I
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, the property. driving range brought in many
do when writing for the Condo
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which
News. Thus, my freedom of Today, April 5, 2010, I other non-resident golfers and
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or the press battle of months agocalled Code Enforcement and was a substantial income for
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of is still being fought. Good was told that Mr. Waldman
the product or service. was contacted on March 10, Continued on Page 9
May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

98 Is Just a
Number
By Elaine Brown
Safety In Century Village lives Frankly Speaking:
an award-winning artist with
George Franklin a lifetime of artistic creativ-
Vice President
ity under her belt. She began Frank J. Cornish
cartooning in high school and
is still painting, cartooning,
and writing limericks. Helen
Hi, folks; just a few things You need to go to the bath- Siegler is now 98 years young. Here we are at the beginning vironment, I’d like to remind
to bring up this month. First room? Go before you leave Helen came to Century Vil- of “Off Season,” giving us the you of the comprehensive
of all, when we discuss safe home or go before you return lage by way of Brooklyn and opportunity to reflect and transportation schedule we
driving, we mean exactly that home. Serious medical prob- Levittown. She and her hus- review and perhaps improve are fortunate to have, both
— no one, and I mean no one, lem? Then don’t drive! This band Matthew bought in 1974 upon the current relationship internal and external. I would
for any reason, has the right to is nothing but nonsense! And before construction was com- between all parties involved encourage you to use our
“Crash” through the gate, no I for one am tired of the ridicu- plete in the Village. In 1981 in the day to day operations system whenever possible.
matter what, on purpose! lous excuses people use. Just there was a story about her of our community. Second to Insurance (which
I am going to suggest the because you own a condo in paintings in the Century Vil- As a result of many com- we hope will be rarely used),
next time this is done pur- Century Village does not give lage Voice (did they change that plaints from frustrated resi- Transportation is our largest
posely that when the Sheriff you the right to drive or act name to the UCO Reporter?). dents, both owners and renters, expense, again paid for by
is called, a complaint/citation like the Village Idiot! Am I up- Since then all the newspapers several changes have been all, used by so few…from
against the driver be issued as set? You bet! Someone could have discovered her. put into effect. Some of these events at the Clubhouse,
reckless driving! The defini- have been seriously hurt. If you want to see Helen’s changes are acceptance of cell Hastings, Houses of Wor-
tion of this is “wanton and Last but not least: Accident paintings, there is a beauty in phone call-ins, providing your ship, Medical, etc, they all
willful” and a citation be is- damage costs everyone here in the Clubhouse library, perma- Association has sanctioned it, can be utilized through our
sued for that. The Security Of- Century Village! Enough for nently donated to the Club- a new protocol between UCO bus schedules. As the saying
ficer can be the witness needed now! Drive safely or don’t house; there are two more in volunteers and the public they goes, “Use it or lose it,” for
for a court case. That carries drive at all!!! the left hand hallway in the serve, expanded schedules for there may come a time, in
so many points on a driver’s *********** Clubhouse. On the computer transponder installation, to the future, requiring down-
license that you probably On another issue, we again you will find her website http:// name but a few. sizing, due to financial condi-
will be found guilty and your discuss cell phones and tex- www.helensiegler.org/portfo- However, one issue, no tions and lack of use. Let it
driving license suspended or ting. It is getting closer here lio.html. There may seem to be matter how many times it is not be because of the latter.
revoked! There is no reason in Florida that this will be many paintings in categories addressed, has made little We have received many
for driving like this. made illegal to do while driv- on the website People | Prayer progress…that is the arro- compliments on both the com-
I am mainly referring to ing. Discussions and Bills | Animals | Nature | Places | gance that abounds within fort and appeal the new pool
an incident that happened are being drawn up as this Objects | Miscellany | Oils | the Village, from one resident furnishings have provided,
April 15, 2010. At the least article is being written by Sepia | Pen and Ink | Watercol- to another, which unfortu- none of which could have
the driver’s privileges for the your state legislators. These ors | Mixed Media, but Helen’s nately UCO has no jurisdic- been accomplished without
Village call in system should things are now being classi- home is a much larger gallery; tion over, but does when it the combined efforts of UCO
be suspended for 30 days at fied as “distractions” while seventy paintings hang in the comes to the treatment of our and WPRF. If the pool you
minimum. This type of be- driving. Look for stiff fines if living room alone. Security guards, who deserve usually frequent is not one of
havior can get people killed caught. Again, drive safely!! The website is dedicated to “RESPECT” (the old Aretha them, feel free to visit the oth-
or injured, not to mention the Until next time — be safe out the memory of her husband, Franklin song). There is no ers. Although all of the pools
cost to repair the damages. there!! o Matthew, who passed away in acceptable excuse for not pro- throughout, under our super-
2004, age 92. He was so proud ducing your ID when request- vision, now have received
of her talent and enjoyed ed to do so…after all, these the “Best” of the lounges and
seeing her work on display. people some of whom are our chairs, previously assigned
Helen has a son and daughter, neighbors and/or friends, have elsewhere, it is only a matter
both with doctorates; she is a a job to do. Let us assist them of time (and finances) before
proud mother. They both visit, and create a better environ- they too will be replaced, so
especially the daughter, all the ment for all. that we all may enjoy the same
way from Michigan. While on the subject of en- degree of comfort. o
Helen is trim, fit and active.
I think her fine health is partly
due to being surrounded by her
warm and colorful paintings,
floor to ceiling rich memories
AAAAAAAA
all gentle, sensitive, and hap-
Health nuts out there may It’s laughter, a tonic,
py. Subjects of the paintings
also consider that she ignores A real high colonic -
range from Carter and Begin
doctors (and of course their It banishes sorrow and woe!
Peace Talks to Pretzel Sell-
pills), she is a vegetarian, en- A giggle or two
ers on the Lower East Side,
joys walking, and pursuing her Will do wonders for you,
to dazzling color of South
curiosity and ideas. Forget that old annual check-
American families in costume,
Helen says, as you age you up!
dark-eyed exotic ladies mixed-
must have something interest- Your spirits will soar
media with sequins, and many,
ing to occupy yourself. She is As you roll on the floor
many, mothers and children.
working on more cartoons and And will bring out the best
Helen says she cannot hear
rhymes for the UCO Reporter, from from the neck up.
and see as well as she used to,
read the latest “Life is Funny”; An apple’s okay
but she can still think and cre-
there you have her philosophy (You can eat one a day)
ate. A self-admitted political
that will bring you health and But always make room for
junkie, she also enjoys casi-
happiness too. some levity.
nos. You will see her riding our
Life Is Funny A hearty guffaw
buses for some fun at the local
An apple a day And a belly haw-haw
casinos, or hauling groceries
Keeps the doctor away, Will guarantee endless
herself and stocking up at the
But one thing is better, I longevity!
Farmer’s Emporium.
know! Helen Siegler
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER May 2010

Insurance
Toni Salometo
When attend- CERT:
Community Emergency
Response Team

ing live shows


Jackie Karlan

at the Club-
These are challenging times repairs. On March 15, the Govern- scale health emergency.
we live in. Changes are all As part of those educational ment Operational Consultant CERT team members Lori
around us. With a new Presi- efforts, Chuck Knudsen from in charge of health prepared- Torres and Ed Black were
dent at UCO, there are changes our insurance agent, Plas- ness Phil Levenstein’s work- called to action when a road
and as each new Chairman tridge, held a workshop on shop dealt with a possible flood occurred due to clogged

house, shorts
takes office, they will try to 4/21. The meeting included bioterrorist attack and the in- drains. Ankle deep in water,
see what worked in prior ad- mitigation strategies and cost halation of anthrax. Of course, they directed traffic — a job
ministrations and what didn’t. reduction of insurance pre- this actually happening in well done!
Keep what’s good and change miums. I hope many of your Century Village is remote, but Our next CERT Meeting,
what isn’t. officers and board members the more we learn, the better Monday, May 17 in the Club-
As I write this, I have been were able to attend. This will prepared we will be. Within house, Art Room, 2:30 p.m.,

are not allowed;


Insurance Chair for less than a not be the only meeting con- hours, Century Village will will deal with Hurricane Pre-
month. We’ve worked on get- cerning these topics — and we have the antibiotics that can paredness. The hurricane sea-
ting a committee together that promise to give better notice in be administered to our popula- son is just around the corner.
aspires to two goals. Those the future. tion. CERT members will aid We suggest that Building
goals are: To inform and edu- You are the best judge in the distribution of antibiot- Presidents meet with residents

all patrons must


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May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9

The Mail Bag Get Off Our Lawn, Saved by Customer WordFind: The Masters
Continued from Page 6 Sonny! Service Search for these 22 winning golfers in this rough of letters.
the golf course. As an aside, Attention Century Villag- I had a problem with my
are you aware that the make- ers, young people are moving remote. I was not able to ac-
up of the population of the into our over 55 community. cess anything on my TV set.
residents has undergone a Even though many of the As- I called 1-800-COMCAST,
drastic change. Many of the sociations have diligently quite upset.
new residents of Century Vil- tried to have this situation Latoya, the person to whom
lage are younger, active, pro- corrected through letters and/ I spoke, was extremely patient
active and more financially or attorneys at great expense to with me, explained the proce-
able to spend their dollars on the unit owners, many young dure to correct the problem,
recreation. people continue to flaunt the and talked me through it…
Unfortunately, since Mr. rules and state regulations that but because I was so nervous,
Waldman purchased the golf were enacted to protect us all. I made an error. She calmly
course, it has deteriorated to The young people use vari- told me to begin again, and
the extent that it became un- ous ploys to gain the sympathy this time, due to her patience
playable and golfers sought of unit owners in an effort to with me, we fixed the remote,
other courses to play. Many of get a unit owner or renter to working together.
the negative actions Mr. Wald- get a pass for them; i.e. “My She knew what questions to
man took drove the golfers father/mother is too sick to get ask me, was polite to me every
away until it became a losing me a gate pass,” “the unit own- step of the procedure.
business. Obviously, he never ers are just old and mean and I recommend that anyone • Archer • Michelson
intended to keep a viable golf won’t let me stay,” or “it will with remote problems call • Brewer • Nelson
course. We feel he always only be until I get a job.” (This 1-800-COMCAST and ask • Casper • Nicklaus
intended to flip the property “job” never materializes.) At for Latoya. She saved my • Couples • Palmer
for housing and the day he times, these young people are life…my only TV and Grey’s • Crenshaw • Player
purchased the course its days aided by naïve older people Anatomy was on that evening! • Demaret • Singh
were numbered. who believe they are being Phyllis Frishberg • Faldo • Smith
Will you be “our Angel” good Samaritans. • Floyd • Snead
and bring back a golf course Please, before any of you The Greatest Gamer
• Harmon • Watson
for Century Village? go to UCO to get a gate pass Ever to Play • Hogan • Woods
Sincerely, for some one that does not Not knowing his address, I • Langer • Zoeller
Honey Sager reside with you, bear in mind; must use this forum to publicly
Sandy Cohen you could be doing a serious thank Mr. Paul Hu, an excep- Answers on Page 45
Officers injustice to your neighbors. tional individual. The occasion
Pro-Active Committee Some lawsuits can run well was the recent one-day visit
over $10,000.00. Think twice! of my talented (bowled 300

*
Please don’t be the cause of a year ago) grandson, who
your neighbors and friends wanted to play ping pong 15 YEARS IN CENTURY VILLAGE
problems. Be a good neighbor. while here.
Donna Anderson Mr. Hu watched my grand-
son be beaten by me, and by
Notice his mother, and then asked po-
litely if he could play a game Call Ed Wood for Your
Due to many opinions on with this 17 year old. Had we
known in advance how poorly Household Repairs
the same topic, we must limit our teenager played, we would
Including Verticals
not have shared him. Well, we
letters to the editor to 250 were absolutely wowed by Mr. Mailbox Locks
Paul Hu, his patience and te-
words and will accept both nacity, starting with the simple Patio Plastic Windows
sides of opinions in order to instructions of how to hold the
paddle. All three of us were Ed Wood
provide a fair and balanced gifted with the open ability of
Mr. Paul Hu — thank you, sir! (Senior) Handyman
paper. Perhaps Courtney might
contact Mr. Hu to offer classes
The Editors for others?
LICENSE # 23676
Dot Loewenstein

DAD’S DOOR & WINDOW, INC.


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• Patio Enclosures • Hurricane Shutters • Windows
• Sliding Glass Doors • Front Entry Doors • Custom Mirrors
• Shower Doors/Tub Enclosures
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U-19958 U-20177 Tel: 561-333-1036
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER May 2010

Main Clubhouse: May Classes


All Classes Are NOT Final, and Are Subject to Change
Monday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Zumba 5/10 $32/4w 4-5 pm Hastings Laura
Buddhist Med Ongoing Free 4:30-5:30 pm Class A/B Peter
Latin Ballroom 5/3 $18/6w 6-7 pm Party Sylvia
Tuesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 4/20 $36/6w 9:30-11 am Ceramics Gert
Line Dance 5/18 $10/4w 10-12 pm Party Charlotte
New Spanish 5/4 Free 11:15-1:30 pm Card B Les
Wednesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
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Condo Corner of the board of directors at the 1999 UCO Model Documents Annual Election, and you have mechanism in the Bylaws for
Continued from Page 3 same time.” We can live with (ARTICLE IV, Section 1. elected/appointed seven per- determining from time to time,
which will be delisted during
that since there’s an easy fix. of the Bylaws) and have not sons only because it is within the specific Board size... the
2010 unless they renew their
For example, a husband and amended this Section to pro- the range and “that’s the way default board size provided by
community on the FCHR
wife own a unit, and for many vide for a specific number, you’ve always done it”... well, Statute is five eligible persons.
Registry. In the past few years,
years the husband has been then your Board size is five (5) someone could complain to This came to light years after
the “Commission” has as-
the President and the wife the persons (by default). This will the “Division” and the election the UCO Model Documents
signed Account Numbers to
Treasurer. They can both run hold true unless this section might need to be re-done to were drafted, so it is no fault
each listed Association. Hav-
for the Board but they may of the Bylaws has since been provide for five seats. Practi- of the attorney. This informa-
ing spoken with the senior
not both serve... which is an amended, which provides for a cally speaking, the Complaint tion is provided by numerous
supervisor of the Registry
issue in itself. Getting back “mechanism” or “method” for would probably have no ef- Administrative Rulings by the
in Tallahassee, she informed
to the fix... the President can determining from time to time fect on the present Board, but Division. The good news is, if
me that the Account Number
run for the Board and the wife a specific number (Board size) you will be advised that next you call UCO with this issue,
information may be left blank
not. At the “Organizational within that range. Let’s say election, unless you either they will provide the telephone
as long as I indicate the pres-
Meeting of the Board”, the your Association has had sev- amend your Bylaws to provide number of the Advisory Chair,
ent listing as it appears on the
Board, by a majority vote, can en board seats vacant for each for a set number, or place a Continued on Page 16
Registry... so I have. Also, if
appoint the wife as Treasurer.
you wish to have the renewal
She is not a Board Member
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ficer of the Corporation. The
Company in the blank area
purpose of this Amendment
to the right of the President’s
to Florida Statute is to allow
address, and above it write
robust and uninhibited debate
“Mail Renewal to:” The future
and to prevent a voting block
President will be mailed the
to be formed by individuals
renewal form (with a twenty
with joint financial interests
$ Check if your Management
having the tendency to also
Company disperses all funds
share common goals.
of the Association). Each As-
It is not too late to call
sociation will be listed by their
a meeting of the Board, 48
unique Corporation Name
hours notice by posting with
(which I have completed on
an agenda, and appoint as an
the appropriate line). Many
Officer whomever you wish
Associations in C.V. have un-
that will act in such capacity.
usual corporation names since
Remember, all officers serve
there are identically named
at the pleasure of the Board,
condos in different parts of
and may be removed, with or
Florida and have “corporate
without cause, by a majority
name variations”. For Ex-
vote of the Board. What’s the
ample, Berkshire B Condo-
sense, for example, of having a
minium’s corporation name
Board Member/Treasurer that
is Century Village Berkshire
doesn’t want the job, or may
B Condominium Association,
not be as qualified as some-
Inc. (because Berkshire B
one who is will to accept the
Condominium Association,
responsibility of the Office?
Inc. is in Deerfield Beach,
When completing the Annual
Florida). This is why I have
Not-for-Profit Corporation
filled out the “Community” in-
Report, place the initial of
formation for you, and placed
the Officer’s position on the
the abbreviated or improper
listing. For example, the Presi-
corporation name (as presently
dent would be P/D (President/
listed on the Registry) below
Director; the non-Board Mem-
the line as instructed. The bot-
ber Treasurer, for example,
tom line is, by sending in the
would have a “T” without the
$20.00 and you’ll be good for
“D” since she is not a Director
two years from your official
(Board Member)). Read on, or
expiration date. I’ve also indi-
take a break before continuing,
cated the expiration date at the
because I could go on forever,
bottom of the “Cover Letter”
but there’s always next month.
which the President of each of
We don’t want to change the
these Associations already has
name of the paper to Randall’s
received (as of this printing).
Reporter, now do we?
ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
BOARD SIZE
ARE NOT REQUIRED TO
Unless your association has
BE BOARD MEMBERS
specifically set the Board size
(DIRECTORS)
at five, seven, etc. persons,
There is nothing in Stat-
as opposed to a range, for
ute or in your Bylaws that
example, “not less than five
requires that an Officer be a
(5) and not more than seven
Board member. There was a
(7) persons,” then your Board
lot of grumbling here in the
size as per 718.112(2)(a)(1) is
Village when the Legislative
five (5) in number. This is the
Amendment of 2008 was
Board size “default number
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Condo Corner designated. You got all that? voting certificates, then send amendment supersedes the um Association in Florida. See
Continued from Page 14 I can fully understand how out a voting certificate to Bylaws of every Condomini- you next month! o
me, who would then provide easily confusing this provision each co-owned unit before or
the Bylaw Amendments, draft- can become, and why voting with the next meeting notice
ed by our attorney to correct certificate requirements are at which united owners are
this issue. The process is rela-
tively painless and effective.
often overlooked... but the law
is the law. A few years back, a
permitted to vote! If they are
not returned by co-owners, WILLS, TRUSTS,
If your Association has been court ruled against a president who are not husband and wife, ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE,
electing/appointing five per- who claimed that one of the the Board has every right to REAL ESTATE LAW
sons, then you have no issue petitions voting in favor of disregard the vote for that unit.
to be concerned about (unless his recall from the board was
it has been fixed by amend- disregarded because it was “DIFFERENT VOTING GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA
ment at a higher number) and not signed by both owners AND ELECTION PROCE-
the Board just doesn’t know and no voting certificate was DURES” ARE NO LON-
KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER
it! Those things do happen on file. The court ruled that GER VALID Attorneys at Law
you know. I am available to the petition from that unit be As of October 1 st, 2008,
review all of your documents held acceptable since when he Legislative Amendment to the ALEXANDER & DAMBRA
and sort them out for you for was elected, it was discovered Condominium Act, Section
the cost of a smile. I’ve had that the ballot for that unit was 718.112(2)(d)(8), Florida Stat- 5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD.
Presidents come to me with not disregarded even though utes, has eliminated the use of SUITE 201
literally a carton of documents it was only signed by one “Different Voting and Elec-
from the beginning of time, owner. The moral is, if a vot- tion Procedures” contained in
(561) 471-5708
and in ten minutes (or so) they ing certificate is required and the 1999 Model Documents WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417
know what they’ve got, need, not enforced in an election, it (Article IV, Section 1). It now LOCATED IN THE
or don’t need anymore. can’t be enforced in a recall! applies only to associations
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ARE REQUIRED FOR EV- regarding the requirement of your Annual Elections, as this
ERY ASSOCIATION
Contained in the Bylaws
(Article II, Section 5.) of
each Association in C.V. is
the requirement that “Voting
Certificates” are to be placed
on file with the Secretary for
all units with multiple own-
ers, or for units which have
corporate owners (or are held
in a Trust), and designates the
“Voting Member” for that unit.
This Voting Certificate is most
often overlooked by an Asso-
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forward to taking on legal
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Norwich G - Corner Laminate Floor Furnished 19,900 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED & 2 BATH Southampton B - 1/1½ 4F Furnished 500
Southampton B - Furnished Steps to Pool 19,900 Stratford M - Price Reduced Tile Unfurn Nr Egate 29,900
Northampton B - Water Rentable Tile Part Furnished 19,900 Golf’s Edge 6 - Cnr Steps to Pool and Nr Egate 39,900 Windsor O - 1/1½ Renovated 500
Sheffield O - Corner Furnished 22,900 Golf’s Edge 9 - Cnr Steps to Pool and Nr Egate 39,900
Sheffield D - Lakeview Corner Unfurn Near Fit Ctr 25,000 Oxford 500 - Corner Tile Floor Nice Pool 46,900 Cambridge A - 2/1½ 2F Furnished Near Pool 550
Salisbury I - Corner Furnished 25,000 Golf’s Edge 23 - Deluxe Furnished Near Pool 46,900
Easthampton G - Tile Tankless WH Near Eastgate 29,900 Golf’s Edge 3 - Tile Furnished Corn Enclosed Patio 49,900
Golf’s Edge 4 - Unfurn Corner Near Eastgate 59,900 Chatham A - 1/1½ 2F Furnished Lakeview 550
Sussex K - Furnished Immaculate Corner 33,000 Somerset B - All Tile Furnished Best Lake View 69,900
Easthampton I - Corner Furnished 34,000 Norwich A - 2 BR 1 Bath Furnished 21,900 Hastings F - 2/1½ 2F Furnished 600
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ANDOVER H - STUNNING! LOTS OF LIGHT, RENTABLE, GARDEN VIEW $29,000 CHATHAM K - UNFURNISHED, RENTABLE, VERY NICE AREA, LAKE VIEW $13,000
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KENT H - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEWER APPL, A/C & GORGEOUS, RENTABLE $39,000 UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
CANTERBURY C - NEW FURNITURE, CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPLIANCES $25,000 CAMDEN H - RENTABLE, NEWLY REDONE KITCH & BATH, CERAMIC TILE, LAM FL UNFURN $13,750
SUSSEX B - FURNISHED, CARPET, RENTABLE, NEW HEATER, REFRIG.,A/C $45,000 CHATHAM A - WATERVIEW, RENTABLE CLEAN $16,000
DORCHESTER D - FURNISHED, PARQUET FLOORS, NEAR POOL $35,000 EASTHAMPTON A - FITNESS CENTER, TRANSPORTATION $25,000
GOLFS EDGE E - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, ENCL. PATIO $38,000 WINDSOR M - CARPET, FURNISHED, TRANSPORTATION, FITNESS CENTER, CLUBHOUSE $19,000
BEDFORD E - UNFURNISHED, LIFT!!! CARPET, LOTS OF LIGHT $14,000 BERKSHIRE J - FURN., CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, HARDWOOD FLRS, NOT RENTABLE $16,500
GROUND FLOOR CNR 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH WINDSOR K - PT FURNISHED, NEW REFRIG & DISHWASHER $21,000
GOLF’S EDGE D - FURNISHED, RENTABLE AFTER 2 YEARS, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $17,500 CANTERBURY H - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $21,000
WINDSOR J - UNFURNISHED, OUTSIDE CORNER CERAMIC TILE NEAR WEST GATE $28,000 CAMDEN C - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, BEAUTIFUL $14,000
BERKSHIRE K - BOTH KITCHEN /BATH REDONE, TILE FL, GARDEN VIEW $49,000 DORCHESTER E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR $23,000
SALISBURY B - FURNISHED ONLY, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $27,500 SUSSEX C - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, REDONE $19,900
DORCHESTER F - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW PATIO, NEAR POOL, GARDEN VIEW $24,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $29,900
CAMDEN B - UNFURN, CERAMIC TILE, SHOWER STALL, HURRICANE SHUTTERS $18,500 CAMDEN J - NEW BATHROOM UTTILITIES, NEW WATER HEATER $19,900
CHATHAM D - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADE, NEAR WEST GATE $49,000 UPPER FLOOR CNR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
NORWICH M - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, EAST GATE $25,000 WELLINGTON F - CORNER UNIT, CERAMIC TILE,ELEVATOR BUILDING $68,000
NORWICH O - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000 CHATHAM K - WATER VIEW, CUL-DE-SAC, NEW KITCHEN, ENCLOSED PATIO $34,000
SUSSEX A - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $29,900 ANDOVER G - CORNER UNIT, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHOUSE $39,000
SHEFFIELD M - SWEET & COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $25,000 KENT B - UNFURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEEDS TLC, OUTSIDE CORNER $53,500
WINDSOR M - FURNISHED, CENTRAL AC, GARDEN VIEW, RENT TO OWN $49,000 DORCHESTER B - PARTLY FURNISHED, 5 CEILING FANS, NEW C/A CARPET, RENTABLE $33,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH CAMBRIDGE D - FURNISHED, CARPET, STALL SHOWER, GARDEN VIEW $32,000
KENT L - UNFURNISHED, NEW CARPET, GARDENVIEW, MOVE IN READY $17,500 SALISBURY F - NEW KITCHEN, FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $38,000
CAMDEN E - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS $19,000 COVENTRY K - WALK-IN-SHOWER, PET FRIENDLY, FURNISHED $47,000
COVENTRY L - PARTLY FURN., CARPET, SHOWER STALL 2 A/C UNITS, NEWER APPL. $18,000 NORWICH H - BEAUTY, RENTABLE, BEST OFFER, LOTS OF UPGRADES $30,000
DOVER A - ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WATERVIEW $60,000 CAMBRIDGE H - STUNNING! FURNISHED, NEW HURRICANE WINDOWS $58,900
DOVER A - CARPET, NEW REF. HURRICAN SHUTTER, LINOLEUM, FURN. $38,000 WALTHAM I - PARTLY FURNISHED, LOTS OF LIGHT, NEW A/C, EAST GATE $33,000
DOVER B - WATERVIEW, BEAUTY, NEAR CLUBHOUSE, FURNITURE NEG $40,000 HASTINGS B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT, LIGHT & BRIGHT $37,000
CAMDEN E - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE $25,000 WALTHAM A - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, NEAR AMENITIES $68,000
WINDSOR N - BEAUTY, NEAR POOL & WEST GATE $37,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, GREAT LOCATION $69,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH SHEFFIELD O - CERAMIC TILE, PRETTY, GARDEN VIEW $60,000
GOLFS EDGE G - BEST BUY AROUND, NEAR CLUBHOUSE & EAST GATE, FURNISHED $39,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER
SHEFFIELD L - LOVELY CONDO, NEAR HASTINGS ,LOTS OF LIGHT CARPET, FURNISHED $17,900 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
CHATHAM G - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, CARPET & CERAMIC TILE $38,000 CAMBRDIGE H - CARPET, CENTRAL A/C FURNISHED $38,000
SOUTHAMPTON B - NEW CARPET, ELEV BLDG, ENCLOSED PATIO, FIT CNTR, CLUBHOUSE $31,000 CANTERBURY K - FURNISHED, CT, GARDEN VIEW, GREAT LOCALE, OUTSIDE CORNER, C/A $44,500
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SOUTHAMPTON A - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $25,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $36,000
DOVER C - WATERVIEW, NEW CABINETS, FURNISHED NEGOTIABLE $45,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $40,000
WELLINGTON D - CA WTRVW, 3 CEILING FANS, NEWER KIT, CPT, LIN, LARGE WI CLOSET $39,900 SOMERSET D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, REDONE, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS $65,000
CAMDEN B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $15,000 COVENTRY E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, PETS OK, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $45,000
ANDOVER A - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE, $19,500 KENT D - NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE $75,000
EASTHAMPTON D - FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, NEAR EAST GATE $32,000 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1/1.5 OR 2 BATH
DOVER B - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, LARGER PATIO $55,000 WELLINGTON B - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL, CUL-DE-SAC, BEAUTY $59,000
SOUTHAMPTON A - CERAMIC TILE, FURN, NEG, NEW KITCHEN, SCREENED PATIO $20,000 WINDSOR I - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON B - FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $24,000 CHATHAM K - NEWER APPLIANCES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON C - NEWER CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED $25,000 SALISBURY H - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 1 BATH, WALL UNITS, RENTABLE $28,000
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, NEW REFRIGERATOR, GOLF VIEW $35,000 WELLINGTON L - UNFURNISHED, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS, BAMBOO FLOORS $95,000
CHATHAM U - HEART OF COMMUNITY, 6 MONTHS FREE MAINTENANCE, FURNISHED $35,000 WELLINGTON J - FURN, GRANITE TOPS, 2 BATHS, WOOD FLS, OWNER WILL HOLD MORTGAGE $125,000
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS $69,900 SUSSEX E - UNFURNISHED, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
WELLINGTON F - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $40,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH CHATHAM Q - ABSOLUTELY PRETTY, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, WATERVIEW, $49,000
NORWICH H - RENTABLE UNFURNISHED, BRAND NEW KITCHEN & BATH $38,000 SOMERSET B - UNFURNISHED WATERVIEW TILE CENTRAL AIR & HEAT $79,900
SALISBURY G - FURNISHED, NEW APPL, CT, CARPET, CH, FITNESS CENTER $30,000 SOMERSET K - FURN, 2 SHOWER STALLS, CT, 1 BED W/CARPET CEILING FANS $49,000
SHEFFIELD Q - CERAMIC TILE, UNFURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS $13,998 COVENTRY G $25,000
KENT C - FURN, WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, UPDATED BATH NEWER APPL. $20,000 BEDFORD I - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, GARDENVIEW $49,000
ANDOVER E - FUNRISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE GARDEN VIEW $15,000 NORWICH I - PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $20,000
ANDOVER D - PARTLY FURNISHED, FITNESS CENTER $13,900 STRATFORD A - CERAMIC TILE, 2 NEW BATHS, HURRICANE SHUTTER $53,000
NORTHAMPTON S - BEAUTIFUL, CERAMIC TILE , UPGRADES GALORE $28,000 CHATHAM D - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $58,000
May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 21

Good Samaritan for our employees who have 85 years, Good Samaritan
Cable Converter Box Return Safe
friends and loved ones in Haiti has provided sophisticated,
Medical Center and we want to let them know personalized medical care to
By Dave Israel
For the convenience of our unit owners, Comcast has placed
Provides Support that as their employer, we Palm Beach County and the
a large silver colored box across the parking area in front of the
want to do whatever we can Treasure Coast. The hospital
to Employees to support them in this time offers a wide array of gen-
UCO office.
The purpose of this box is to save our unit owners the cost
With Personal of need,” said Mark Nosacka, eral medical services, as well
of a technician visit in case you must return your Cable Con-
Good Samaritan CEO. as a broad range of specialty
Ties to Haiti In addition, the hospital services, including oncology,
verter Box.
West Palm Beach, FL Why might you have to return your Converter? Perhaps you
is inviting all employees to orthopedics, obstetrics and
(January 18, 2010) — Good have sold your unit and need to return the box which you signed
bring in food and comfort cardiac medicine. In addition
Samaritan Medical Center in for, or perhaps you are a seasonal renter, and do not wish to
items to drop off boxes, which to the all-private, upscale
West Palm Beach is reaching leave the Converter in the unit over the summer.
will eventually be sent to Walter Newbern Suites, Good
out to its Haitian employees to Simply bring your Converter to the safe, wrap it in the bubble
Haiti. Employees are invited Samaritan features a new and
provide comfort and support in wrap provided and drop it in.
to make cash donations to the innovative Surgical Institute,
wake of the devastating earth- If the converter box return safe is not used, Comcast will
American Red Cross or an- which provides elective and
quake that hit the capital city remove it. Then in order to return a converter, you will have to
other reputable disaster relief orthopedic procedures in a
of Port au Prince last week. call a Technician which will cost up to $39.00 or you will have
agency. Good Samaritan’s setting that feels like home.
The hospital has a strong to take it to 1401 Northpoint Parkway, to return it in person. o
corporate parent, Tenet Health, To learn more about Good
employee base with personal made a $50,000 donation to Samaritan Medical Center,
ties to the Caribbean nation. the American Red Cross and visit www.goodsamaritanmc.
Many of them are keeping

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close tabs on the latest news tors and medical supplies if 655-5511. o
and trying to reach their family needed. Good Samaritan, as
members and friends to ensure well as other Tenet-owned
their safety. hospitals in the South Florida
Good Samaritan is pro- region are working closely Put a smoke
viding emotional support with the corporate office and
for those employees who the State of Florida to provide detector in
might need it. The hospital’s
health care provider Cigna
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May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23

Health Care & Politics ing. Elections are not as much


Continued on Page 12 Democrats vs. Republicans as
Money creates the politics of they are access to monetary
corruption. That fact should be power vs. the powerless. (And
the reason for rebellion. yes, I firmly believe in the
Consider the health care capitalist system.)
package; consider the lob- The recent Supreme Court
byists who walked the halls decision that allows corpora-
of Congress and openly or tions to spend as much as they
tacitly promised support to are willing, simply displays the
elected officials who voted ignorance of the Court majority.
their bosses’ way: lobbyists Can something be done to
represented doctors, lawyers, change the situation? Over the
hospitals, insurance com- long haul, yes.
panies, pharmaceutical cor- Supreme Court appointees
porations, manufacturers of should by law be restricted
prosthetic devices and others to serving 20 years and no
I’m sure I’ve left out. Per- more. No one else is granted
haps you spoke with your lifelong jobs. Why should they
congressperson. Possibly you have the privilege? When the
contributed to his or her cam- country was born, lifetime
paign: $100 or $10 or $1. The expectancy was 40 years or so.
combined lobbies contributed Now it’s double that. Let’s get
multiple thousands of dollars more fresh air into the Court.
to get what they wanted. It’s a Political campaigns should
form of bribery, only the me- be publicly funded. That
dia doesn’t call it that for fear would mean increased taxa-
of being sued for libel. Money tion, but it’s worth the try in an
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Play Review: Dr. Radio At handled by Glen Rovinelli. In a season which has With summer right around Pool Furniture — Seven
Florida Stage The cast is marvelous. brought us a number of really the corner, many of our of our ten pools now have
The press release from Wayne LeGette, who is Dr. good, even memorable musi- residents have left for their new chairs, lounges, tables
Florida Stage in Manalapan Radio, returns to Florida Stage. cals, here’s another one to see. summer homes or to go on and umbrellas on the pool
reads “Dr. Radio, a Com- Between visits, he’s won sev- It’s different from the all the vacation. We have a great decks. Our plan is to complete
pletely Original New Musical eral Carbonell Awards, and rest, and that’s a genuine part number of year-round resi- all remaining areas with new
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and Some Kind of Wonderful,” has a wonderful singing voice. May 2.  vantage of WPRF facilities in year’s budget (Kent, Camden
two of last season’s big hits. Margot Moreland, another Florida Stage moves to the the summer months. For those and Dorchester) but for now
And it’s true. Collaborators multiple Carbonell Award Kravis Center beginning July of you who remain here, you we have provided those areas
Christopher McGovern and winner, makes her Florida 15, when previews commence will be pleased to know that with new tables and umbrellas,
Bill Castallino have created Stage debut as a persuasive for another brand-new musi- our offices all remain open and as well as with the best of the
a sweet, enchanting musical television salesperson. Irene cal entitled Low Down Dirty our maintenance staff remains previous chairs and lounges,
play that cannot be pigeon- Adjan has three times won a Blues. Closing date on that one busy with preventative main- giving everyone an improved
holed into any category and Carbonell, and she demon- will be September 5. (For tick- tenance tasks and summer look to the pool decks.
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the seventh of the month in adults, two steps to pool, out- KENT F UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL, GARDENVIEW $550
which they are to appear. door building patio, laundry COVENTRY E FURNISHED-NEW, CENTRAL A/C, PET FRIENDLY $550
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NORWICH H UNFURNISHED, NEW BATH & KITCHEN, CERAMIC TILE C/A $600
be accepted. Dover C on lake, furnished BERKSHIRE G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $550
All items submitted must or unfurnished. Complete KENT G FURN/UNFURN, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, ALSO SEASONAL $450
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CAMDEN E FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $525
Greenbrier C by owner, 2/2 Northampton B, annual rent
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DOVER B CERAMIC TILE, LARGE PATIO, NEW KITCHEN, SHOWER STALL $1,200
COVENTRY A CERAMIC TILE, QUEEN SIZE BED, BATHS REDONE, CARPET $1,200
NORWICH H NEW APPL. IN KITCHEN, NEW A/C , CERAMIC TILE $1,050
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
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NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, FULL SIZE BED & SOFA BED $1,000

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BERKSHIRE G WOOD FLOORS, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 CEILING FANS $1,000
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WALTHAM B CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, EXTRA PATIO, BEAUTIFUL SEASONAL $1,200
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May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 31

the month of May…


• Sun, May 1, 8:00 pm: Cav-
endish Review
Your Theater • Sun, May 8, 8:00 pm: Cher- Transportation
Claudette rill Rae
Barbara Cornish
LaBonte • Sun, May 15, 8:00 pm: Da-
vid Meulemans
• Sun, May 22, 8:00 pm: Lou
Villano
We have enjoyed a fantastic ests of their fans. Some of • Sun, May 29, 8:00 pm: Der- I am delighted to have been In the future we will try to
entertainment season and our their performances featur- asked to stay on as Chair of arrange for special event days.
rick Hadley & Co. Presents
transportation. I will try to June 5th is founder’s day at the
northern friends have returned ing show-musical presenta- “The Songs of Broadway” serve all the residents to the Flagler Museum. I would like
home. However, our shows are tions, such as their recent best of my ability.  Below is a to know how many people are
continuing. Camelot and Phantom, are Remember, the dances for list of the new Transportation interested in going, if this can
Cavendish, which has al- done with clothes of the the month of May are on a Committee — welcome: be arranged. You can fill out
Bettie Bleckman, Ed a comment sheet available at
ways been a crowd pleaser, period, and is certainly an Sunday evening at 7 pm in
Black, Carol Castro, Syl- the Clubhouse and UCO or
has added another feature added delight. the Party Room. See you at via Handel, James Hick- call UCO, leave your name
which has peaked the inter- For your pleasure, during the Theater. o erson, Syd Kronish, Dot and phone and that you are
Loewenstein, Mollie Mar- interested in going on this
AVIA-CARE, INC./NURSE REGISTRY shall, Claire Schneider, excursion. Any ideas for other
Neil Shumer, Nada Tauber, trips will be welcome. A spe-
“Where Quality Care and Service is our Aim” Elaine Tresser, Lori Torres cial thanks to Edythe Pekin
Our Services Are Affordable: and Jeanette Veglia.
I want to let you know that
for this suggestion.
I will call any comment/
• Bathing • Register Nurses the buses will be shut down suggestion sheet I receive
while waiting at the Club- within 24 to 48 hours.
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improved weather will bring Please call Jack at 640-3373 Health Care & Politics
R e c r e at i o n Sailing more sailors down to the dock. if you have any questions this Continued from Page 23
Christine As always, Helga Lieb, our summer.

N e w s Mohanty dock attendant and sailing work but become boondoggles


instructor, is on duty Tuesday Snorkel Club for the lawmakers, three years
Our spring picnic was held through Friday from 11 am to Sandy after such a bill becomes law,
Tennis on April 6 at Duck Island. The 5 pm and on Saturday from 9 Wynn it should be voted on again to
Ed Gold cheerleaders, under the direc- am to 1 pm. Certified sailors determine if it is to be contin-
Jerry Goldberg tion of Gail Fei, have taken may get the equipment storage Our club had a great day at ued. I say “three years,” but I
over the social event planning key from the Clubhouse office our yearly Snorkel Picnic with note also that some of the pro-
On a beautiful afternoon for the club. They helped to to sail at any other time using a great turnout of members, visions in the health-care law
in March, the Tennis Club make this one a smash hit, the buddy system. So come on their families and friends at actually take effect in 2014,
held its annual picnic on our especially with their fun rou- down and sail away! Ocean Reef Park. The weather an election year. Legislators
own Duck Island. We had a tines like “Hello, Sailors.” The cooperated and walking on the are not likely to vote against a
very large turnout with many delicious barbecue, subsidized Shuffleboard beach was enjoyable. We saw money bill during an election
of our Canadian members in by the club, was presided over Jack some brave souls in wet suits year. Such votes on whether
attendance. Along with the by chef Horst Fei, and Mr. Fahey surfing. to continue or not continue
usual BBQ fare of hot dogs Karaoke, Jack Kasven, had us A snorkel trip was planned a money bill should be taken
and burgers, members brought all tacking and jibing on dry The 2009-10 shuffleboard for April 16 thru the 23rd. The during an off-election year,
along their own specialty dish- land. Bean-bag “horseshoes,” season finished on March 26 group will be going to the 2013 as in this example.
es to share with others. Club an egg race, and the hilarious with our annual awards ban- Dutch island Curacao. I have other ideas, but I
President Alan Cutler wel- orange-pass game tickled our quet. We had a great season Our monthly club meeting have limited space in which
comed the group and assisted funny bone. this year. Our attendance was will be cancelled in April. We to write, and I’m positive that
Horst Fei and Vladimir Vidov On a more serious note, down a little. This was most will have our last meeting for you also have ideas. Let’s have
at the BBQ pit. To add to the Commodore Ray Mullen dis- likely caused by the unseason- the season the third Friday in a discussion on behalf of good
festivities, the Solid Gold Re- tributed the trophies for this ably cold weather. We had 43 May in the Clubhouse at 10 a.m. and honest government.
view’s Tommy and Dolores year’s award-winning sailors. members this year, including For more information, As you know, Irv Rikon
Caruso provided the music and It was a tough winter season nine new members. call our President, Rosemary teaches a class on current af-
some wonderful duets. It was for us with colder tempera- We held tournaments on Maude, at 561-684-0116. o fairs in the Clubhouse. o
a very lively affair with many tures and windier conditions Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
of our members showing off than what we’d come to ex- Thursdays that started in No- Policy for The Reporter
their dancing moves. pect, but nothing could keep vember. During the summer • All articles must be submitted via email to
A special “thank you” is our sailors away from the wa- months starting in April, we ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com
in order to Gail Fei, Chris ter. Tuesday races top points still play every Wednesday • We will carry no announcement of religious services.
Mohanti, and Rhoda Nadell, were earned by Jan Roszko for and Thursday at 9:30 a.m. • Classified ads are free of charge to all CV residents
as well as Tom Speerin, our Division A and Kathy Forness Everyone is welcome to join and must show the name and address of the con­
Tennis Center Director, for for Division B. The Tuesday in. The equipment will be tributor. They are printed on a space available basis.
planning and coordinating the Championship winners for provided. Our regular tourna- Personals are printed at a charge of $6.00 per inch
activities. As the picnic party Division A were Jan Roszko ments will start next Novem- and, if accepted, are assured of inclusion in the paper.
drew to a close, we could hear in first place followed by Horst ber on Tuesdays, Wednesdays • Filler items — original items are perferred over
many saying in farewell, “next Fei in second and Ron Helms and Thursdays at 1:15. those taken from another source. Items which are not
year again on Duck Island.” in third. For Division B, Kathy The following people won original must show source and permission to reprint.
This season’s concluding Forness placed first, Joe Llano at least one cast award for • Deadline for submission of articles and ads is the
men and women’s doubles tour- second, and Nick Goeb third. placing in a tournament: seventh (7th) of the month.
naments were also held during Ron Helms, Division A, and • Jack Fahey • The acceptance of an ad does not constitute an en­
March, with cans of tennis balls Nick Goeb, Division B, won • Bea Hartman dorsement of the product or service offered.
and certificates awarded to the our regatta. In the navigational • Paula Mantle • The acceptance of an article or an ad and its position
in the paper is at the discretion of the editors who
finalists. In the women’s event, race, Jan Roszko placed first, • Archie McKay
reserve the right to edit all articles.
Doris Therrien and Susan Mal- Ray Mullen second, and Ron • Giovanni Mosconi
• The initial ad from a new customer must be prepaid.
danado outplayed Valerie Rosz- Helms third. Congratulations • George Munk
• The 10% discount will be allowed with the eighth
ko and Rhoda Nadell to take top to them and to everyone who • Charmaine Naienaber
consecutive insert.
honors. The “rain interrupted” participated. • Cliff Patterson
• Political articles will not be allowed, unless they
men’s tourney was eventually Our spring races are well • Ed Wright pertain to Century Village.
won by Andre Quesnel and John underway, and hopefully, the • Jan Wright
Bagdonus who prevailed over
Jan Roszko and Sam Yacoub.
Again we want to thank
Tom Speerin for running these
events for our club members
each year. He is available
on weekdays in the morning
hours to register new members
and set up the ball machine on
our “practice court” for those
who wish to improve their
skills.
The club members are hope-
ful that WPRF and UCO will
respond to our petition to
resurface those courts that are
in disrepair as quickly as pos-

b
sible.
May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 33

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ultrasound, blood drawing, a B’nai B’rith Century: We League: Our 2nd half of the
Organization News physical therapist and a podia- meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am, season just started. You can
Please note!!! DO NOT trist. Dr. Menon will answer at Anshei Sholom. Admis- join us for the rest of the sea-
gation will have two events
resubmit dates for events questions on diabetes, depres- sion is free to members ($3 son. The 1st half ended w/a tie
this month: Mother’s and Fa-
already appearing in Orga- sion, allergies, hypertension to guests). FMI, Dr. Levy @ for 1st place — a playoff will
ther’s Day Breakfast: The Sis-
nization News unless there and more. A light lunch will be 478-6865. follow with team #7 (Steve
terhood will hold this event on
is a correction. Sat, May 9 at the Temple, fea- served. For more information, Mussman, Letty McKay, Ber-
call 689-8686. Brooklyn U.S.A.: Will meet nie Kaufman, Steve Schoen-
turing entertainment by “The
Amit Women Rishona Chap- Three Friends” and gifts for in the Party Room. Steve, brun) and #2 (Jack Posner,
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/ all attendees. Reservations re- Baby Boomers Club: We are 242-0481. Beverly Melendez, Henry
collation at 12 noon and meet- quired; call the Temple office looking for more members to Stern, Sam Rosen). For info,
ing at 1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim or Rae at 478-3221. Temple volunteer to arrange an activity Canadian Club: Meets 4th call Sam Rosen, 478-3079.
on Haverhill; call Ellie 471- Anshei Sholom Hosts Health for the group. It could be simple Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00
4935. Upcoming: End of Apr, Fair: In association with Dr. or elaborate. Our group includes pm. Membership open to all. Century Village Computer
trip to Hard Rock Casino, call Sandhya Menon of Century those who remember iconic TV Lots of great activities. Betty, Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu,
for details Ann 707-2076. shows, movies, music, dances, 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest
Medical, come to the Temple
and events of the 50s and 60s. Madelaine, 684-5595. of year), 1:00 pm in CR 103,
for this event on Apr 28, 10-2,
Anshei Sholom: The Congre- RSVP for lunch. There will be For more information, email and incl 30 min Q&A, biz por-
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when a storm threatens; gives people more time to ments and questions. Please
• if leaving, familiarize your- prepare and evacuate. What feel free to contact me or my
self with evacuation routes hasn’t improved, though, is the staff at 355-2202. o
From the Desk of and firm up your out-of- ability to predict the intensity
town arrangements; of a storm. A hurricane fore-
Commissioner • if staying, start gathering casted to be a Category 1 at Stay in Touch:
Jeff Koons your nonperishable emer- landfall can just as easily wind
gency supplies and inspect up being a 3 or 4. Watch Channel 63
your safe room; Better Communication Your Channel 63 Team has
• preregister for the county’s Emergency management
pet-friendly shelter at West officials here in Palm Beach modified the way Channel 63
Don’t Assume Storm favorable conditions for storm Boynton Park: 233-1200; County are now using We- displays all information.
Season Will Be Another development. • preregister for the Red bEOC, a new communications We are currently running
Breeze Prepare Now Cross special needs shelter system designed to increase
The 2010 Atlantic Hur- As with any storm season, at the fairgrounds: 712- information sharing with our
all information within a 25
ricane Season is expected to the keys to minimizing deaths 6400. partners in Broward, Miami- minute schedule that re-
be an active one with some and property damage are early Other Resources Dade and Monroe counties. peats all day.
experts predicting as many planning. Please take the time Check out the following The software allows first
Web sites for additional emer- responders, hospitals, state
This includes the Village
as 15 named storms. We all now to do the following:
were thankful for the very • write up or revise your gency preparation tips or to agencies and support groups Report, The Happenings, All
light 2009 season — only emergency plan for you and track storm systems through- such as the Red Cross to send Classes available currently,
two named storms hitting the your family; out the season: and receive information dur- all Clubs/Organizations,
U.S. and none in Florida. It • update insurance policies • h t t p : / / w w w . p b c g o v . ing a crisis from any computer
was, in fact, our least active and secure important papers com/publicsafety/ with an Internet connection. UCO meetings and all public
season since 1997. My con- in plastic bags and water- emergencymanagement The system has already been service announcements.
cern, however, is that residents tight containers; • http://www.floridadisaster. used for disaster drills and to Please take time to view
may have become complacent, • inspect and repair your org relay data following the Haiti
hoping or expecting this sea- storm shutters; check win- • http://www.nhc.noaa.gov earthquake.
this NEW approach and then
son to be just as uneventful. dows, doors and the roof for • http://crownweather.com Use Time Wisely give us your critique.
El Nino Fading cracks and leaks; • http://www.wunderground. We’re all hoping that once All suggestions will be
There are a number of • trim trees and shrubs, and com/tropical again South Florida will be reviewed and we hope to
weather-related factors that remove excess landscape Earlier Warnings spared. But the only thing we
affect storm development, and vegetation around the yard; Thanks to advances in can really control is our own implement any new recom-
they are constantly changing. • check the Surge Area Map- tracking storms and forecast- preparation and being ready mendations that we receive
We know that El Nino, for ping System (SAMS) at ing their projected paths, the to act if a warning is issued. from you.
example, the phenomenon that pbcgov.com to see if you National Hurricane Center Please make use of the time
knocked down several Atlan- live in an evacuation zone; will announce storm watches you have to get everything in Thanks for your participa-
tic storms last year, is expected • evaluate whether to stay in and warnings 12 hours earlier order for the months ahead. As tion.
to fade away, resulting in more your home or leave the area than in previous seasons. This always, I welcome your com- Your Channel 63 Team
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tory in which serious troubles


started with a few acts of
lawlessness and violence that
The Reader’s Kurt’s developed into severe blood-
shed and even civil wars.
Corner Opinions Ours is the democratic
Lenore Velcoff Kurt Weiss system, which allows us to
decide issues peacefully, with
ballots — not bullets. We
have the right to speak up and
participate. It makes our way
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de journalist, an American woman, Elections — Past and for them for four years. It is of having free input in the
Rosnay: A horrific situation married and living in Paris in Upcoming a good beginning and we all decision making of national
that occurred in 1942 forms 2002 who learns of these events Elections deciding the should work together for the or local issues the envy of the
the premise of this novel. The and becomes obsessed with make-up of UCO’s new ad- good of our Village. world.
author tells how the French them. Julia’s fascination with this ministration took place with a I wish it were that easy Like so many things in life,
police, not the Nazis, dragged story leads her on a journey not decorum, which was a pleas- in the upcoming nationwide even this original, democratic
more than 10,000 Parisian only of self-discovery, but also ant surprise, following a cam- November election. Hatred? decision-making is not fool-
Jews from their homes, sepa- a discovery of her in-laws’ past, paign which was not only hard Attacks, which remind me proof. For instance: There are
rated parents from their chil- a country’s past (ignored until fought, but one which left one of even pre-Nazi hooligan- rules in the U.S. Senate, which
dren and sent them to their 1985) and the consequences of with the impression that those ism in the country in which do not make sense. Any one
deaths. All this was witnessed a terrible secret. running were not just express- I was born. Senator can prevent a vote on
by the citizens of France who I felt that Julia’s story was ing different viewpoints. We witness the startup of a bill or the confirmation of
did little to stop these terrible much more predictable than There was an element of a series of events, which do people, submitted by the Presi-
events. They stayed in willful Sarah’s. Though Julia is the aggressiveness — even hatred not bode well. Threats of as- dent for federal positions. No
ignorance or fear. main character, this is really — which we have not experi- sassination (snipers), break- other democracy has that rule.
Certainly, that time was the little girl’s story. It is a enced in past elections. ins into an opponent’s office, Another strange Senate way
not France’s finest hour. The beautifully written tragedy I thought we have learned throwing stones through win- of deciding things required a
French government refused with vivid characters. But like to disagree without being dis- dows — is this what we are 60% super majority; both par-
to apologize for what hap- life itself, Sarah’s Key is not agreeable. In the April issue descending into? ties used that in the past.
pened under Vichy rule until neatly wrapped up in a bow. of the UCO Reporter, I saw We live in a country where This is the United States
then-President Chirac gave a I wasn’t sure how the tran- some promising signs that we have the freedom to agree and “United” is not just a
speech in which he said that sitions back and forth of the an attempt is being made to or disagree with some new geographical description. It
the state had to acknowledge chapters between Sarah in bridge the gap between those legislation. The way to express should mean: United for the
their wrongdoings and that it 1942 and Julia in 2002 were who won and those who lost. one’s opinion is to vote for or Common Good. o
was a stain on French history. going to work for me, but they I carefully read President against, but vote!
De Rosnay writes the fiction-
al story of one of these children,
Sarah, and the parallel story of a
did. Just have a box of tissues
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ing piece of fiction. o
Israel’s initial suggestions
for changes, some of which
are well past due. I waited
Hooliganism once started is
not easy to stop.
There are many cases in his-
???

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WPRF swimming pool. Thank you Organization News Hadassah, Judith Epstein of CV: Meets 1st Tue in CH,
Continued from Page 26 for your patience during these Continued from Page 37 Chapter at CVWPB: Meets 2:00 pm, Room C. For info, call
renovations. and how to cope, and jokes. 3rd Wed at 11:45 am for mini- Robert, 917-704-0223.
appearance and function of
Finally, an important change The program is free. Led by lunch, 12:30 meeting at Cong
the island has begun with the
has been made by the Opera- Rhoda of the Senior Lunch Anshei Sholom. Suzanne, Italian-American Culture
installation of new shade cano-
tions Committee. You will re- Bunch program at the JCC; 686-4241. Club: Bowling at Verdes
pies, as well as repairs to the
call that on a trial basis, the call her at 686-0835. Lanes starting at 9:00. Join
entrance pavers. Those of you
who enjoy picnics and outdoor Operations Committee had Holocaust Survivors of the your friends for a morning of
previously decided to move Christian Club: We meet 1st Palm Beaches: Meet 2nd fun. Fran, 616-3314.
time at Picnic Island will soon
the Saturday night dances to Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of Wed, 9:30 am, in Anshei Sho-
see some new tables and grills
Sunday nights for the sum- CH. Bowling every Mon, 9:30 lom. Kathy, 689-0393. Jewish War Veterans Post
as well. I know that the island
mer months of April through am, Verdes Tropicana. #501: Meets 1st Sun, An-
will be used and enjoyed fre-
quently by groups and indi- October. This decision was Irish-American Cultural Club shei Sholom. Breakfast at
made in an attempt to alleviate Deborah Hospital Founda-

Frank Faline
viduals, and I invite those who
some of the traffic and parking tion: Meets 2nd Fri every
never have taken advantage of
issues we encounter on Sat- other mo in CH Party Room,
it to visit Picnic Island in the
urday nights with dances and 12:00 noon. Future meetings:
weeks and months ahead and HANDYMAN
shows on the same evening, Jun 11, bingo will be played.
plan for some outdoor fun.
I will be requesting further and to provide a clear choice to Call Bea 688-9478; Claire Windows, Screens, Springs Repaired, Lock,
those who would like to attend 684-5659; Marge 687-3991. Bulb, Filters, Toilet Seats Replaced, Wall
improvements for this area
in next year’s budget. We are both functions. At last month’s Paper Removed, Porch Clean Up
meeting, the Committee voted Duplicate Bridge at Hast-
pleased to provide a safe place
ings Clubhouse: Every Mon No Job Too Big or Too Small
to enjoy nature and enjoy out- to reinstate the Saturday night

561-319-1012
dances. Because of advance at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00
door activities.
bookings and printing for pm. If you need a partner,
Hastings Pools — I am
April and May, this change call Mimi, 697-2710, leave
pleased to report that now
will not go into effect until message.
both of pools (swimming
pool and resistance pool) are
now re-opened after lengthy
June 1.
For those of you who are
here year-round, I invite you
Evangelical Christian Net-
working Club: Meets 1st Fri,
Lady Buyer
renovations. The deck will be will pay the best prices for your antiques —
to take advantage of all of the 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH.
painted after the new concrete
We share relevant info among
sets of china — costume jewelry — real jew-
activities WPRF offers and
repairs are fully cured. I’ve
ourselves and with our com- elry — sterling — figurines — colored glass
been receiving very positive to stop by my office anytime
when you are in the Clubhouse munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, — paintings — perfume bottles — men’s old
comments about the appear- watches — old evening purses — prints —
to say hello or let me know if I 389-5300.
ance of those pools, especially
can be of assistance to you — sconces — pairs of lamps
the resistance pool with much-
Call 561-865-2009
my door is always open to you. GiGi’s Group: Contact GiGi
needed landscaping provided
Enjoy this beautiful warm at 689-6092; she’ll take you
in the interior of the pool and
weather, and be well. o places.
new pool tiles to match the
May 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 45

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9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets
from Sep to May with guest
speakers. Activities include (561) 840-6345 JOE CARRIKER
servicing VA patients. Ralph,
689-1271; Howard, 478-2780. HANDY MAN THINGS, INC.
Jewish War Veterans Post
HMT WINDOWS & DOORS
#520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks • Door Repairs • Window Repair • Hurricane Shutters
Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con- • Door Replacement • Window Replacement • Accordion Shutters
tinental breakfast at 9:00, • Sliding Glass Door • Window Glass • Kitchen and Bath
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followed by general meeting. • Porch Enclosures • Porch Rescreening • Shower Doors
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Licensed/Bonded/Insured License Nos. U-20681; U-20702
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Jewish War Veterans Ladies


Auxiliary Post #520: Meets
3rd Mon at The Classic. A
continental breakfast is served
at 9:00 am, followed by our
meeting. Our efforts go to
creating welcome kits for the
veterans at the VA Center at
Military Trail and various po-
sitions at the Center. We find
our volunteer work helpful and
rewarding and welcome new
members. Dorothy, 478-6521.

Knights of Pythias: You are


invited to join Palm Beach
Rainbow Lodge #203, meet
2nd and 4th Mon at North
C o u n t y S e n i o r C e n t e r,
Northlake Blvd. We wel-
come new members, duals,
reinstatements and transferees
from out of state. We are a
fraternal brotherhood foster-
ing the credo of friendship,
charity, benevolence. Mike,
615-0218.

Latin American Club: Thank


you all for supporting our Nov
8 dance, benefiting the St.
Mary’s cancer kids; we raised
$1,700. May God bless you all!

Merry Minstrels: Meet Thurs,


10:00-11:00 am, Music Room
B. We are a group who enjoy
singing at various nursing
homes. We’re looking for new
members, so if you enjoy mu-
sic, contact GiGi at 689-6092;
the feeling of giving joy to
others is so rewarding.

Na’Amat USA (Pioneer


Continued on Page 46
Page 46 THE UCO REPORTER May 2010

Organization News 3367. Register in Club-


Continued from Page 45 house office.
Women): Meets 4th Tue, • Yiddish Culture Chorus. A
HOWIE’S
1:00 pm, at Cypress Lakes Au- happy and friendly group From the Desk of
ditorium for mini-lunch and
interesting programs, guests
are always welcome (Rhoda
of both men and women
who sing in four-part har-
mony. They enjoy singing Fr i e n d l y State
Representative
478-8559). Coming events: in Yiddish, Hebrew and Mark S. Pafford
Oct 15-29, tour Israel past and
future from Eternal Jerusalem
other languages. Rehearsals CAR
every Wednesday at 1 p.m.
to Eliat; Dec 5-12, Belize,
Honduras, Costa Maya and
in upstairs Clubhouse music
room. For information or if
SERVICE
SB 6 Passes the Senate as would put inordinate attention
Key West on the Norwegian
Pearl (Sylvia 686-5350).
you are interested in joining
the chorus, call Shelley Ten-
to and from HB 7189 Is Introduced in on standardized tests, and drive
the House good teachers out of the public
OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal-
zer, its director, at 681-9548
or Edy Sharon at 687-4255.
Airport, The fifth week of session schools. The bill would imple-
introduced one of 2010’s most ment teacher performance ap-
Seniors): Come to our meets • Yiddish Culture. Tuesday
every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm,
Doctors and discussed bills yet. Originally praisals based solely on student
morning programs at 10 introduced in the Senate as performance on standardized
Party Room; see what we have a.m., December through Shopping SB 6, “Education Person- tests. School districts would
planned. Contact Mary Ann, March. All Village residents nel,” passed the Senate on also adopt salary schedules that
687-7575. are invited (free admission)
to top-notch programs of
Call Wednesday, March 24 with a would compensate employees
vote of 21-17. On Thursday, based exclusively on these
Philadelphia Club: Meets 2nd
Tue, 12:30 pm, Aitz Chaim.
music, humor, celebration
and nostalgia. A treasured
309-9994 the House version, House Bill performance appraisals, and
7189, was heard in the House teachers would not be eligible
All welcome. For more info, Village tradition for over 40 of Representatives’ PreK-12 for pay increases based on ad-
call Sylvia, 683-5224. years. Information on shows Policy Committee. vanced degrees and teaching

G G G
in Organization News col- The changes in these bills experience. o
Yiddish Advanced Reading umns of this newspaper and
Group: Menke Katz Reading on Channel 63. o
Circle invites readers to join
group headed by Troim Han-
dler. Currently reading Night
by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish. The
group meets 2nd & 4th Fri of
ea mo @ 10 am. FMI, call
Troim Handler, 684-8686.

WOW: Women of Welling-


ton welcome you to events of
wonder. Lenore, 683-4166;
Marjorie, 687-3991.

Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50


members, men and women.
Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer.
Knowledge of Yiddish not
necessary. Edy, 687-4255.

Yiddish Culture:
A Festive Season Is Planned
By Rebecca Schlam Lutto
The 2009-2010 season of
the Village’s Yiddish Culture
activities are in full swing.
Classes are meeting, groups
are convening, the chorus is
rehearsing and the sounds of
mama loshen are heard in the
Village. The Yiddish Culture
Board is proud to present the
following:
• “Controversial Jewish Per-
sonalities.” For the 15th
year, Frank Handler, a Vil-
lage resident and former
New York history teacher,
fascinates his audience with
tales of lives, both true
and incredible. Classes in
English. Enroll separately
for each month. Sign up
at the office in the main
Clubhouse. Classes are
on Fridays at 1:30 p.m. in
classroom C. For informa-
tion, call Frank at 684-8686,
• Conversational Yiddish
Class. For information
call Golda Shore, 697-
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: January 1, 2010


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Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 v 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 e 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
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Kingswood 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 L 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
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Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
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Plymouth 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Kent 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
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Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
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Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 u
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Hastings Fitness Center * 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 n 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 c 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 h 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' * Only Friday, from 6:00pm on, will stop at Anshei
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner Sholom; on request
Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
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Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Greenbrier 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 D
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Southampton 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 r 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Bedford C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 i 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
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Norwich 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
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Salisbury 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 ' 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Waltham 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
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Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 h
1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner

Please Note: BY REQUEST ONLY - All Buses will go around the perimeter drive at 11:45 am prior to the bus drivers taking their lunch breaks.
Please Note: On Saturdays Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9 AM run.

Shuttle Bus Route


Perimeter Drive 12:45
Please be at your bus stop 10
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 minutes before your pickup
Salon 27 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04
Library 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 time.
Humana 9:10 10:10 11:10 D 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
Walmart Supermarket 9:16 10:16 11:16 r
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Century Plaza 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22
Emporium Shoppes 9:26 10:26 11:26
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Lowes
Baby Supermarket
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2:29
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Village ID When Boarding
Perimeter Drive On Request On Request ALL Buses
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45
Mall Bus Route
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Morse Home Drop off 9:05
K-Mart 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 **
The Holiday bus will
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Church 9:20 10:20 11:17 r L 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 5 PM MALL BUS run on New Year's
Palm Beach Mall/Target 9:23 10:23 11:23 i u 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
Village Commons 9:28 10:28 11:28 v n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:33 10:33 11:33 e c 1:33 2:33 3:33 4:33 5:33 ONLY
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Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only 2:35 3:35
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Morse Home Pickup 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
Express Bus Route Excursion Bus *Monday* (Excludes the 2nd Monday)
Perimeter Drive 8:45 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 Chase Bank On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 1:15 PM
Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 target , Golden Corral Leaves clubhouse 10:35AM 2:05 & 2:10
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 r L 1:09 2:09 3:09 walmart 2:15pm
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Winn Dixie 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 e c 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35PM Pick Up Times
Chase Bank On Request r h On Request City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 s 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM

Sundays & Holidays Bus Route (Combo)


Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 The Excursion Bus will go to Lake
Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Worth Beach on the 2nd
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 D 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09
Monday (Leaves 9:30 am - Picks Up 2:05
Cross County 9:14 10:14 11:14 r L 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
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pm) and to the Carnival Flea Market
Church 9:20 10:28 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25
Palm Beach Mall 11:28
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Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 r h 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday (Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40 s 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40 1:45 pm) of the Month.
Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
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