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1 Financial News & Daily Record 35 Vol. 102, No. 134 One Section Thursday, May 21, Excess police calls would cost more It s a matter of fairness, Crescimbeni says By Max Marbut Staff Writer If police are called to an address an excessive number of times, the person or business requiring that service should pay more. That s the proposal from City Council member John Crescimbeni, who put the idea on the table Wednesday at the Special Ad Hoc Committee on Jacksonville s Neighborhood Blight. He compared the concept to a utility bill. If you use more electricity or water, your bill is higher, Crescimbeni said. It s a matter of fairness. He said a new way to collect for excess services could be based on provisions in the municipal code that apply to when police respond to false burglar alarms. There s no penalty for the first six responses to false alarms in a 12-month period. Each false alarm after that results in a $25 civil penalty. A 13th violation within a 12-month period also results in immediate revocation of the license decal issued for the alarm system. The system must then be inspected, serviced and certified to the satisfaction of the alarm inspection officer of the Jacksonville Sheriff s Office and a new decal issued at a fee of $25. Crescimbeni presented a list of eight cities that levy an additional charge for excessive or chronic use of resources. Those municipalities are as close as Daytona Beach and as far away as Anchorage, Alaska. In addition to geographically, the two municipalities also are far apart in terms of violation thresholds and penalties. In Anchorage, excessive police response is defined as more than eight calls per year for a residential property or more than 100 calls per year for a commercial property. The owner and tenant of those properties shall jointly pay $500 per excess response, enforceable by lien for non-payment. In Daytona Beach, excess consumption is more than 15 service incidents or 10 manhours in any week and up to 75 incidents or 50 man-hours in a year. Police calls... Continued on Page A-4 Four days of jazz Downtown Crescimbeni Hobby Lobby leaving Regency Bay Street, west of Newnan Street, was closed Wednesday for the installation of the Jacksonville Jazz Festival Groovin Stage. East Bay Street from Ocean to the Shipyards will be closed until early Monday morning to all traffic except pedestrians. The festival kicks off at 7 p.m. today with the Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition at the Florida Theatre, followed by three days of music, food and beverages. For the complete schedule of performers, visit makeascenedowntown.com. One last attempt for pension reform By David Chapman Staff Writer City Council has seen several iterations of pension reform over the past four years, but decided against pulling the trigger on any deal for different reasons. It didn t go far enough. The deal was too long. It didn t include a funding source. Yet, despite time winding down for more than half of the council members, Bill Gulliford wants to take one last crack at making headway on pension reform. Every day, the cost continues, Gulliford told several of his colleagues and city staffers Wednesday. They met to talk about a financial wrinkle in a plan Gulliford pitched in late April. His plan largely keeps the benefits side intact, while making concessions on the deal s length and pay-down structure. The amendment has the city paying $5 million next year above what s required, increasing by $5 million each year until it caps at $20 million a year. No funding source is identified. In return, the Police and Fire Pension Fund would do the same. Its funding would come from almost $80 million in two fund-related accounts it Gulliford would keep and continue to draw interest from, in addition to the $10 million or so added each year in state chapter funds insurance premium taxes employees pay. The current council has three Photo by Max Marbut full meetings left before the incoming council members take office July 1. Gulliford will be around another four years after being reelected. Eleven of his colleagues won t. How long will it take them to get up to speed? Gulliford asked Wednesday evening. It s not anything negative we need to move on with this thing. He said nine members supported the latest reform, with the others himself included unable to agree on several issues. Pension... Continued on Page A-3 Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. intends to close its Regency Park store at 9400 Atlantic Blvd. when the arts and crafts chain opens its new location in the Parkway Shops in North Jacksonville. Spokesman Vincent Parker said Tuesday the Regency store s 24 jobs will be transferred to the Parkway Shops location, near River City Marketplace. The Regency store opened in February Construction has been approved for the new store. Parker said he did not know the opening date. Edward Eickhoff is vice president of development and redevelopment for Ramco-Gershenson Inc., the owner and developer of Parkway Shops as well as the adjacent River City Marketplace. He said the store should open in October. The new store, at Max Leggett Parkway, will be developed across from the UF Health Jacksonville North campus. KTM Builders LLC is the contractor for Hobby Lobby at a job cost of $1.98 million. Mathis... Continued on Page A-2 Hobby Lobby intends to relocate from its Arlington store to North Jacksonville. Public legal notices begin on page A-11 Published for 26,661 consecutive weekdays

2 Page A-2 Thursday, May 21, Financial News & Daily Record Mathis Continued from front page Where should the majority of UF Health Jacksonville s funding for indigent care come from? Rendering special to the Daily Record City government Federal government Bunulu focuses on the coastal lifestyle. Hobby Lobby has four area stores one each in Regency, Mandarin, Jacksonville Beach and St. Augustine. The Regency closing is another loss in the Arlington area. Recent closings there include Bed Bath & Beyond, World Market and TigerDirect. However, the Hard Knocks indoor entertainment center will open in Regency Park, and a Pollo Tropical restaurant is under construction on a nearby outparcel. Hobby Lobby is part of the second phase of Parkway Shops. Eickhoff said there are no other major store additions to report for that phase. The first phase features Dick s Sporting Goods, Marshalls, Ulta and Newk s Eatery, along with outparcels that include BJ s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Mellow Mushroom, Moe s Southwest Grill, Wendy s and Express Oil & Lube. Bealls new Bunulu opening at Town Center Bunulu, a new concept by Bealls Department Stores, intends to open in St. Johns Town Center. According to a story at Bradenton.com, Bunulu (pronounced boo-new-lou) targets affluent customers who live a coastal lifestyle. A report in March said the Bradenton-based chain wanted to open its first three to five stores this fall. A building-permit application shows renovations are planned for a 3,749-square-foot Bunulu at the Town Center at 4663 River City Drive. McIntyre, Elwell & Strammer General Contractors Inc. is the contractor for the $425,000 project. Bealls Department Stores President Lorna Nagler, who is heading up the launch, told the news site that Bunulu is an Aboriginie name that means a place of water. Bunulu s tagline is Land, Water and Style. Bradenton.com said the stores will carry active and casual clothes made to be worn beach- Today 10 a.m. Duval County Tourist Development Council Quarterly Meeting, City Hall, Suite 425 Monday, May 25 Memorial Day holiday: All government offices closed Tuesday, May 26 1 p.m. City Council Member Public Meeting: District Transitioning, City Hall, Suite 425 side, in the water or out on the town. Bealls wanted a new concept store for the last decade and hopes Bunulu will become a successful standalone division. It also represents a higher-end market than those covered by Bealls Department Stores and Bealls Outlets. Bunulu stores will carry brand-name clothing for men and women, footwear and accessories like a Yeti cooler, GoPro camera and trendy watches, the news site reported. The company has launched its bunulu.com website and a Facebook page. Shoppers will pay by finding employees with mobile devices rather than checking out at registers. If successful, it could expand the concept outside Site demolition OK d for Hallmark s hotel The city approved demolition of a warehouse in Brooklyn at the site where NAI Hallmark Partners wants to build a wellnessoriented hotel. Hallmark Partners, developer of the 220 Riverside apartments and Unity Plaza, bought the warehouse and almost one-third acre at 803 Price St. in September. Realco Recycling Co. Inc. is the contractor to demolish the 10,600-square-foot storage building. Hallmark said in September it was talking with InterContinental Hotels Group, an international hotel group that operates Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and others. InterContinental is considering opening an EVEN hotel in Brooklyn, a brand focused on wellnessminded travelers. The hotel would meld with 220 Riverside and Unity Plaza s cultures of fitness, wellness and community togetherness. Walmart to fill 95 jobs for San Pablo store Walmart is accepting applications to fill up to 95 jobs for its San Pablo Neighborhood Market, Public Meetings 5 p.m. City Council, City Hall, Council Chamber Wednesday, May 27 1:30 p.m. Duval County Legislative Delegation, City Hall, Council Chamber Thursday, May 28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Inspector General Selection and Retention Committee, City Hall, Lynwood Roberts Room which will open this summer. A temporary hiring center has opened near the store at 1650 San Pablo Road S., Suite 7. Applications are accepted from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Applicants also may apply online at com. The majority of new associates will start work in July to prepare for the grand opening. The company said through Walmart s Veterans Welcome Home Commitment, the company will offer a job to any eligible U.S. veteran honorably discharged from active duty since the original launch of the Veterans Welcome Home Commitment on Memorial Day For information, visit Store manager Josh Fowler said the store will be hiring full- and part-time associates. Walmart offers benefits. Fairlead buys Chestnut Hill Investments Atlanta-based Fairlead Commercial Real Estate announced Wednesday it has acquired Chestnut Hill Investments, a Jacksonville-based real estate development company. The companies have partnered on a series of acquisitions and developments of office and industrial properties throughout Florida since A news release said under the Fairlead name, Chestnut Hill Investments, founded by J.J. Conners in 2006, will continue to provide development and consulting services to institutional real estate investment companies, family office real estate investors, local corporations and the city of Jacksonville. Conners has become a principal of Fairlead and will serve as the company s chief development officer. State government A new funding source Log on to and vote! *The results will be published each Wednesday for the prior week poll. The voting closes Sunday at midnight. Today GreenMarket Downtown Top to Bottom Walking Tour 3:30-6:30 p.m. Hemming Park Hemmingpark.org 10 a.m. The Landing Adlibtours.com Jacksonville Jazz Festival Jaxsons Night Market 5:30-9 p.m. Hemming Park Hemmingpark.org 5-10 p.m. Various venues Makeascenedowntown.com Pulse in the Park Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition 5-9 p.m. Hemming Park Hemmingpark.org 7 p.m. Florida Theatre Floridatheatre.com Off Jazz Concert: Fantasia and Joy Dennis Jacksonville Suns Mississippi Braves 7 p.m. Florida Theatre Floridatheatre.com 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Jacksonville Suns Mississippi Braves Bianca Del Rio s Rolodex of Hate Comedy Special 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com 8 p.m. Times-Union Center Jaxevents.com Friday, May 22 $5 Friday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Museum of Science & History Themosh.org Jacksonville Jazz Festival Music Clinic 1-3 p.m. Underbelly Makeascenedowntown.com Saturday, May 23 Grand Opening: Dinosaurs Unearthed 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Museum of Science & History Themosh.org Riverside Arts Market 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Northbank Riverwalk Artists Square Riversideartsmarket.com FREE CONCERT (904) Tuesday, June 9 1 p.m. City Council Member Public Meeting: District Transitioning, City Hall, Suite 425 Wednesday, June 10 9 a.m. Jacksonville Waterways Commission, City Hall, Council Chamber 3 p.m. Duval County Election Advisory Panel, City Hall, Don Davis Room CLASSIFIEDS WORK! 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3 Development today The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies. For more permits, see Page A-5. Amusement, recreation Epic Theatres, 8368 Merchants Way, contractor is Edifice Inc., construct 42,500-square-foot, 12-screen cinema, $40,001,850. Office, bank, professional BRC Florida Holding, W. Duval Place, No. 504, contractor is K Quinn s Contracting Inc., build-out of 1,400 square feet, $63,000. Roofing JEA, 102 N. Kernan Blvd., contractor is J. Register Co., $90,000. Riverside Baptist Church, 2650 Park St., contractor is Stonebridge Construction Services, $51,670. West Jacksonville Baptist Church, 5634 Normandy Blvd., contractor is Brannan Roofing, $14,000. Signs Dunkin Donuts, 7908 Blanding Blvd., No. 6, contractor is Taylor Sign & Design Inc., three permits totaling $15,600. Subway, 7908 Blanding Blvd., No. 4, contractor is Taylor Sign & Design Inc., $5,200. Stores, mercantile Jerry Hamm Chevrolet, 3494 Philips Highway, contractor is Auld & White Constructors,exterior work, $60,300. Real Estate Sale of the Day ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: st St S 401 SALE PRICE: $550,000 MORTGAGE: $417,000 LENDING INSTITUTION: PHH Mort Corp SELLER: Donald M Casey Jr BUYER: Michael L King DATE OF TRANSACTION: 5/6/ COMPILED BY DAILY RECORD STAFF. SEE PAGE 7 FOR LISTINGS OF ALL SALES. SPACE SPONSORED BY 8777 San Jose Boulevard Suite 903 Jacksonville, FL (904) Surety Bond Solutions Machinery Insurance, Inc. Founded in 1986 Florida Based Rated B++ by A.M. Best Company Compiled by Staff Directors & Officers Fitzhugh K. Powell, Sr. President, Treasurer & Director Randal L. Ringhaver Vice President & Director Ronald T. Roy Secretary & Director Stephen Cumella Director Rosemary G. Klemmt, Asst. Secretary/Treasurer & Director Exclusive Agent Cecil W. Powell & Company Telephone ; Agents: Robert Theus, Walter Myers, Benjamin K. Powell Account Managers: Tina Montanez, Annette Evans Cecil W. Powell & Company Licensed to write Surety Bonds Ocean Marine & Inland Marine Insurance Pension Continued from front page Council President Clay Yarborough was one of those who voted against the latest plan, but said Wednesday he was in support of the group giving it one last shot. We still need to make every effort while we still have time, said Yarborough, an outgoing, term-limited member. Compounding the issues is the election of a new mayor. Mayor Alvin Brown has been at the forefront of pension reform talks and supported the plan, but will be replaced by Lenny Curry on July 1. Gulliford endorsed Curry, but said he hasn t had pensions discussions with him. Like a new By Karen Brune Mathis Managing Editor Thursday, May 21, Financial News & Daily Record Page A-3 Blue Bell clears shelves; 2 Jacksonville jobs cut By Karen Brune Mathis Managing Editor File photo council, Gulliford said it will take time for new leaders to familiarize themselves with the entire situation, which will continue to cost more each day. I think we will do him a big favor and get that part out of the way, Gulliford said of the benefits side of reform. We ve got to stop the bleeding. Yarborough agreed, saying it will take Curry time to catch up on the issue. But, he said, if the mayor-elect has input on the subject, I m sure council would listen. Gulliford said if Curry wanted to sit down and talk about pension, I m all ears. Blue Bell Creameries Jacksonville Branch Manager Doug Lipscomb runs the local warehouse, which has been cleared of all Blue Bell products as the company works to restart production after its products were linked to a listeria outbreak. Blue Bell Creameries cut two jobs from its West Jacksonville distribution center and emptied the warehouse freezers, delivery trucks and area store shelves of every last carton, cup, scoop and cone of ice cream. The center is among the Brenham, Texas-based chain s 60 distribution centers in 23 states being deep-cleaned and sanitized in preparation for the as yet unscheduled return of Blue Bell products, which all were recalled after a deadly listeria outbreak. Spokesman Joe Robertson said the inventory of those centers was disposed of into local landfills. There is no product, he said. Blue Bell stopped work at its entire operation, including its four production plants, and announced it would lay off 37 percent of its 3,900 employees 750 full-time and 700 part-time employees. Another 1,500 are on partially paid furlough. Employees also had pay cuts. Robertson said two of the Jacksonville distribution center s 30 employees lost their jobs. Some others are on paid furlough awaiting the return of Blue Bell ice cream and their jobs. It was the first layoff in the private family-owned company s 108-year history. Blue Bell opened its Jacksonville distribution center in 2001 along Imeson Road, north of Commonwealth Avenue. It distributes within a 90-mile market, Robertson said. The Westside center distributes Blue Bell products into the display freezers at stores in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. Jacksonville is a great market for us and it will remain open, he said. Robertson said some of the Jacksonville employees, including the branch and sales managers, are coming in to take care of operations. There also are maintenance projects to prepare for the return of the ice cream, including the deep-clean. Unfortunately we are uncertain about our return right now, Robertson said. Blue Bell has been responding to the outbreak. We are working hard to make sure our facilities are improved and whatever potential pathways for contamination are eliminated and the product that we bring back to the market is 100 percent safe, he said. Robertson said when Blue Bell resumes production the ice cream must be cleared for shipment. Flagler Development sold eight buildings at Jacksonville International Tradeport last week to a California investment group for $37.15 million. The warehouse-distribution buildings total more than 903,000 square feet of space and encompass 64.7 acres. The Tradeport is off Airport Road and Interstate 95 near Jacksonville International Airport. Through FDG Jacksonville International Tradeport LLC, Flagler sold the warehouse-distribution properties at the North Jacksonville business park to Catellus Development Corp., a master developer based in Oakland, Calif. Wells Fargo Bank issued a $22.5 million mortgage and security agreement to the company, which did the deal through Lightning Propco V LLC. The deed was signed Friday and recorded Wednesday with the Duval County Clerk of Court. The eight structures, built between 1995 and 2003, are: 1350 Tradeport Drive; 98,540 square feet Tradeport Drive; 116,784 square feet International Parkway; 81,277 square feet Alvarez Road; 116,934 square feet Alvarez Road; 134,711 square feet Vantage Way S.; 147,000 square feet Vantage Way S.; 96,569 square feet Vantage Way; 111,411 square feet. The buildings are known as the Calls and text messages to Curry went unreturned Wednesday and Thursday. As for the latest plan, Yarborough was one who rejected any deal that went beyond three years the typical term for collective bargaining. He said Gulliford s idea of seven years in the proposal is not a bad idea but that he still is reviewing the proposal and latest amendment. Gulliford said he ll be attending this morning s pension fund board meeting to talk about his legislation and receive feedback. (904) The Wall Street Journal reported that in April, Blue Bell voluntarily recalled its frozen products after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked its ice cream to a listeria outbreak that resulted in three deaths and additional illnesses in several southwestern states. The Journal reported Friday that Blue Bell signed agreements with health regulators in Texas and Oklahoma to outline steps it would take before resuming icecream sales. Those steps include rigorous cleaning and revised testing protocols. (904) Tradeport property sells for $37.2M TDC I, II, III (Phase 2), VII and VII; TV I and TV II; and Enterprise Center. Catellus traces its roots to 1984, when Santa Fe Industries and Southern Pacific Co. proposed a merger to form Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp. Catellus.com reports the companies spun off a wholly owned subsidiary, named Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., to conduct nonrailroad real estate activities. In 1990, Santa Fe Pacific became an independent, publicly traded company and was named Catellus, which later merged with Pro- Logis and its extensive industrial portfolio. Today, Catellus operates as an independent (904)

4 Page A-4 Thursday, May 21, Financial News & Daily Record Panel likely won t finish work by session By Brandon Larrabee The News Service of Florida With the Legislature set to meet June 1 begin hammering out an agreement on health-care disputes that caused a budget stalemate, a commission created by Gov. Rick Scott held its first meeting Wednesday. But the head of the panel said he wasn t sure the commission s work would be done before the special session starts. Carlos Beruff, president of Medallion homes and chairman of the commission, indicated it would be difficult for the group to gather the information it needs to help the state navigate through the health-care funding issues it faces. I don t think you ll have all the data by the end of the special session no, I don t, Beruff said. But there ll be more data. Beruff would not answer directly how long he thought the panel might work. But asked specifically if it would wrap up by the end of the special session, he merely answered: It d be interesting to try. Scott has portrayed the ninemember Commission on Healthcare and Hospital Funding as part of his response to the threat of losing a $2.2 billion federal program known as the Low Income Pool, or LIP. The program, which sends money to hospitals and other medical providers that care for large numbers of low-income patients, is set to expire June 30 unless state and federal officials reach an agreement. Along with a dispute between the House and Senate over whether to use federal Medicaid expansion dollars to help lower-income Floridians purchase private insurance, the LIP issue caused a budget impasse that sparked the need for the special session. Lawmakers last week also threw a new and potentially more-explosive issue into the mix: the possibility of repealing the state s certificate-of-need program, which limits when and where certain health-care facilities can be built. At least some commissioners seemed skeptical Wednesday of whether the program was really helping contain the costs of health care. We understand that creation of a hospital is very capital-intensive, said Jason Rosenburg, a physician who is the only member of the panel with professional medical experience. And if you have no CON one of the arguments against not having CON, as I understand it, is that everyone would start building hospitals. But I don t know that everyone would, so I d like to see what happened to Texas when they got rid of their CON. Referring to a map that showed states without certificate-of-need programs in yellow, former Sun- Trust Bank executive Tom Kuntz said he would like to know more about their reasoning. I d really be interested in the consensus view of the yellow states as to why they don t have the program, said Kuntz, who also serves on the state university system s Board of Governors. But one of the few speakers from the public at the meeting had a simpler solution. Take the Medicaid expansion, said Tom Brooks, who drove to the meeting from DeLand. It not only takes care of your problem with the LIP, you re empowering the patient. Oh, my God, isn t that terrible? You re giving poor people health care. Oh, that s awful. The commission has largely received a cold shoulder from Dilbert by Scott Adams Carlos Beruff is chair of the Commission on Healthcare and Hospital Funding, which was formed by Gov. Rick Scott. many of the state s hospitals, especially when it came to Scott s request that the hospitals fill out surveys for the commission to consider. Many of the dozens of surveys returned by hospitals have five or fewer of the roughly 100 lines filled out with new information. Hospital officials frequently referred Scott back to information filed with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, which oversees much of the state s spending on health care As a taxpayer, if they receive tax dollars, they should be responsible for giving us the information that would help us make sure that the tax dollars are being spent wisely, said commission member Sam Seevers, a former Destin mayor. AHCA Secretary Liz Dudek, who serves as co-executive director of the commission, told reporters she was also disappointed with the results of the survey request. These are typically collegial folks that we deal with on a regular basis, Dudek said. The commission has also come under fire for lacking health-care executives. But in remarks early in the meeting, state Surgeon General John Armstrong painted the experiences of the group that includes businessmen, a retired general and others as a positive. The commission s next meeting will be Tuesday in Orlando. Special to the Daily Record Court revives old hurricane claim From The News Service of Florida Police calls Continued from front page The charge is computed by multiplying the average hourly base rate salary of the police officers involved by 200 percent and multiplying that by the time spent in one-tenth-hour increments for each officer who responds. An additional 20 percent assessment is added for report writing. Any cost to repair or replace equipment damaged during the excess response and any worker s compensation expenditures incurred by Daytona Beach Mark Anthony Degner MArk AntHOny DeGner Photo age progressed to 22 yrs DOB: 7/13/92 Hair: Dark Blonde eyes: Hazel An appeals court Wednesday ordered a new trial in a dispute about Citizens Property Insurance Corp. s decision to deny a water-damage claim filed more than three years after Hurricane Wilma hammered South Florida in October Condominium-unit owner Edie Laquer filed the claim in 2009 after mold and other water damage was discovered in a wall. The unit, which had been rented to a tenant, was not directly damaged by Hurricane Wilma, but a neighbor s unit had been flooded, according to Wednesday s ruling by the 3rd District Court of Appeal. The state-backed Citizens denied the claim, pointing to a policy requirement to provide prompt notice of claims and that more than three years had elapsed after the hurricane. Laquer contended she had no way of knowing about the damage until A Miami-Dade County circuit judge sided with Citizens in finding that Laquer failed to provide prompt notice. A jury also ruled for the insurer on the related issue of whether Citizens had been prejudiced by the late notice. But a three-judge panel of the appeals court ordered a new trial, finding that issues of fact exist concerning when a reasonable and prudent person would believe that a potential claim for damages might occur. Contrary to Citizens contention, the hurricane itself was not necessarily the event that would trigger the notice requirement, given the absence of apparent damage to any of Laquer s property following the storm, said the 11-page ruling, written by Judge Thomas Logue and joined by judges Vance Salter and Ivan Fernandez. Contrary to Laquer s suggestion, her duty to provide notice under the policy was not necessarily triggered when she became aware of the full extent of the damage or when she determined that Hurricane Wilma was the cause of the damage, the ruling said. for injuries to personnel also are recovered. Levying an up-charge for a defined level of multiple calls to the same location could be an additional revenue source. If you re going to use the service, you have to pay for it. 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