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1 Financial News & Daily Record 35 Vol. 102, No. 101 Two Sections Monday, April 6, Jaguars offer new business program Derek Distenfield, founder of NextGenJustice, said his Jacksonville business is based on a different model than the one in New York. New state, new start? Firm that got in trouble in N.Y. opens Downtown By Max Marbut Staff Writer A business that was fined for the unauthorized practice of law by the Supreme Court in Jefferson County, N.Y., has set up shop at 205 N. Laura St. NextGenJustice was doing business under the name Legal Docs by Me when it opened early in 2014 in Watertown and Syracuse, N.Y. Derek Distenfield said he opened the business to provide a service for military personnel, families and small business owners who had simple legal issues but could not afford to pay an attorney. Distenfield s idea was to provide, for a flat fee, forms and instructions people could use to handle some of their own legal matters. Soon after the business opened, the By Mark Basch Contributing Writer You probably wouldn t be able to guess the top performing stock among Jacksonville-based companies in the first quarter, at least before you read the headline. APR Energy PLC is headquartered in Jacksonville, but most of its business is done overseas and its shares trade on the London Stock Exchange. So it s easy to miss the movements in its stock price. While we were watching other local Bar association in New York filed a complaint with the state attorney general, claiming the company was practicing law without a license. After an investigation, a judge signed an order in October prohibiting the company from being paid for the preparation of legal documents and offering legal advice. The order also prevented the company from selecting or providing advice to customers on the use of certain documents and offering opinions on what to include or omit in legal documents, among other prohibitions. Distenfield was ordered to pay a $15,000 civil fine and refund all fees collected from customers. Whenever you disrupt an industry, there are people who don t want change, Distenfield said recently. Based on the action by the New York court, the business model was changed, stocks trading in the U.S., APR, which builds interim power plants on a fast-track basis, doubled in price during the first quarter this year to pence. That s good for investors who bought the stock at the beginning of this year but for longer-term investors, it hasn t been such a good ride. APR was one of the worst performers among Jacksonville companies in 2014, falling sharply from its highs above 1,000p in late Despite the increase in the stock this year, analysts have a slightly negative overall outlook for the company with two rating it at the equivalent of sell, five at the equivalent of hold and one at buy, according to Thomson Financial. APR in December announced it was suspending operations in Libya and last month, it said the he said, as was the name of the company. Distenfield opened offices in Jacksonville and Tampa. When a customer comes into the office, the first step is for the customer to sign an agreement including a disclaimer that NextGenJustice is not a law firm, does not provide attorneys or legal services and cannot and does not provide any kind of advice, explanation, opinion or recommendations. The customer pays a fee of $29 to $499, depending on the legal form they select. Forms available include those for prenuptial agreement, uncontested divorce, power of attorney, incorporation, copyright and federal income tax forms. Then, Distenfield said, the customer is handed an ipad connected to smartlegalforms.com. Jaguars... Continued Page A-10 Page A-3 NextGenJustice... Continued Page A-10 APR Energy doubles in price, but analysts leery Photo by Max Marbut By David Chapman Staff Writer When the 2014 season was in the books, Jacksonville Jaguars brass sat down to look at how well the team engaged fans over the year. That included reviewing tickets sold, what type and to whom. What Jaguars staff found was a lack of a key demographic. We underserved the business community, said Chad Johnson, Jaguars senior vice president of sales. Typically, Johnson said, corporate, business and hospitality account represent a 30 percent share for teams across the league. For the Jaguars, it s 20 percent. We told ourselves it s an opportunity for growth, said Johnson, and what can we do about it? Enter Jaguars Black, a new program to bolster the business offerings the team launched last year as part of its Jags 365 initiative. That three-pronged approach included a corporate offering, which provided networking events, promotion on the team s website and a trade show at EverBank Field. Jaguars Black takes it up a notch, in what Johnson calls the first of its kind in sports. The concept includes year-round hospitality consultants to guide business owners on how to use the team as a business tool. That can include planning out custom game-day experiences for clients the businesses are trying to impress. Johnson said an example could be sending the CEO of a business s biggest clients to a game with their family, allowing them on the sidelines for pictures, a locker room tour or having a gift dropped off to them in the stands. We want to make it more than just coming to a game, said Johnson. We want to create that wow moment. There will be more opportunities for networking throughout the year at power lunches and events like chalk talks with coaches and staff. loss of business in Libya would cause this year s earnings to be significantly below current market expectations. Libya accounted for about 35 percent of APR s revenue, according to a report by J.P. Morgan analysts. Jefferies & Co. analyst Will Kirkness, who lowered his rating on APR to underperform in January, said in a research note after last month s announcement that he was concerned about the company s debt-to-earnings ratio. APR may have troubled meeting certain covenants in its debt agreements, he said. In our view, an equity raise is required and given reduced underlying earnings and material dilution we stay at underperform, Kirkness said. However, APR last week announced a new agreement with its bankers that gives it additional flexibility around certain covenants. That will allow the company to continue executing upon its business strategy as it positions for longer-term Basch... Continued Page A-7 Public legal notices begin on page B-2 Published for 26,628 consecutive weekdays

2 Page A-2 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record SunTrust Tower in Downtown sold to investor for $31.1M By Karen Brune Mathis Managing Editor SunTrust Tower is the latest Downtown high-rise building to be sold. Mainstreet Capital Partners, a Fort Lauderdale-based real estate investment company, paid $31.1 million last week for the 23-story building at 76 S. Laura St. Mainstreet CV 76 S. Laura St. LLC bought the Northbank property in six major transactions from five owners, according to deeds recorded Friday with the Duval County Clerk of Court. BMO Harris Bank of Chicago issued a $27.15 million mortgage. The sale restores the building to a single property holder. This is a huge positive for the building and Downtown to have it converted back to one owner, said Cushman & Wakefield Senior Director Traci Jenks, the structure s leasing agent. The largest deeds show Mainstreet paid: $ million for units from Parador Laura Street Offices LLC, led by Ashish Bahl. $8.325 million for units from Trimurti Investments Inc. of Orlando, whose vice president is Jacqueline Frowd. $1.356 million for units from Go-To-Pay LLC, whose manager is Bahl. $800,000 for units from National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Inc., whose CEO is Kory Ward-Cook. $350,000 for units from Trimurti Investments Inc. $292,374 for a condominium from CREX-McBurney LLC, led by Charles McBurney Jr. Several other smaller deeds By Carole Hawkins Staff Writer The Beacon Riverside, a planned 15-story luxury condominium in Riverside on the St. Johns River, is moving forward incrementally. The project s developer NAI Hallmark Partners Inc., through affiliate HP 500 LLC, applied for a foundation permit last week. Hallmark senior vice president Coen Purvis said the permit is part of a natural progression for Beacon Riverside. The company finished a bulkhead and dock late last year, and has submitted plans for horizontal development in addition to Today 9 a.m. City Council Rules Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 2 p.m. City Council Transportation, Energy & Utilities Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 4 p.m. City Council Transfer Stations Special Committee, City Hall, Lynwood Roberts Room Dilbert by Scott Adams were recorded at $100 each, transferring units and building systems and equipment. Parador Parking LLC also deeded the garage parcel to Mainstreet CV 76 S. Laura St. LLC. The 600-space Parador garage is under construction at 37 S. Hogan St., next to the tower. The city has an economic development agreement with Parador Parking LLC. Downtown Investment Authority CEO Aundra Wallace sent a March 24 letter to Parador Parking saying the city consents to the deal. Mainstreet Capital Partners, led by President and Partner Paul Kilgallon, invests in office and industrial buildings. He started the company in It owns and manages 3.2 million square feet valued at more than $407 million throughout the Southeast U.S., including seven properties in The 383,239-square-foot Sun- Trust Tower was built in It had been marketed as officecondominiums by Florida investor Cameron Kuhn, who bought the structure in After the lender took title to the property in 2008, the office space that remained unsold was made available for lease. Parador Partners bought the space in Jenks was hired by Parador Partners in January as the exclusive leasing representative for the 280,000 square feet it owned within the tower. Jenks said Sunday she remains the leasing agent for the entire building. In January, PwC, the name for the PricewaterhouseCoopers accounting firm, said it would move from the nearby Bank of America Tower onto the 21st the foundation application. In the past, Hallmark principal Bryan Weber has said the company s goal was to begin construction on Beacon Riverside when half the units were sold. On Friday, though, he said by the company had not yet reached that threshold. Still, firstquarter sales had left them feeling quite optimistic, he wrote. The project is a risk Jacksonville has not built a luxury condo tower in almost a decade, following the condo market s recessionary fall from grace. Weber, under Flagship Communities LLC, led the development of the last one, Villa Riva, which is also in Riverside. Public Meetings floor of SunTrust Tower. Buildout was approved March 18 for Diversified Building Contractors LLC to renovate space for PwC at a cost of $900,000. Jenks said Accretive Solutions also leased space, while tenants Morgan & Morgan and Elite Parking expanded. Jenks expects the sale to generate more business. The tower is the seventh Downtown high-rise office buildings sold to investors since December On the Northbank, the Bank of America Tower sold for $88 million; Wells Fargo Center, $79 million; EverBank Center, $47 million; and the 550 Water Street building, $30 million. On the Southbank, the Aetna Building sold for $55.5 million and Riverplace Tower for $29 million. Last year was a big one for commercial real estate sales in Jacksonville marked the year of significant investment sales in the office market, said the Cushman & Wakefield s MarketBeat fourth-quarter office report for the Jacksonville area. At some point in the year, most major Downtown trophy properties traded hands, it said, adding that some major suburban offices were sold as well. It predicts more, based on continued job growth and economic expansion. Cushman & Wakefield forecasts improvement in Jacksonville s office market going forward into 2015, it (904) Beacon Riverside tower takes baby steps forward Beacon Riverside is planned to have 45 residences, with prices starting in the $700,000s and topping $2 million for penthouse units. Weber said the company is gearing up on our timeline to start construction of the tower, now that preliminary site work is done. Purvis said the Riverside neighborhood has a lot going for it, and that has helped the project s viability. It s a unique site, he said of the project s location. We wouldn t do it everywhere. (904) Tuesday, April 7 9 a.m. City Council Finance Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 2 p.m. City Council Recreation, Community Development, Public Health & Safety Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 5 p.m. City Council Land Use & Zoning Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber The annual One Spark festival is Tuesday-Sunday. Have you ever contributed to a crowdfunding campaign? Yes No Log on to and vote! *The results will be published each Wednesday for the prior week poll. The voting closes Sunday at midnight. Today Musician s Monday 6 p.m Music Hall 1904musichall.com Tuesday, Apr. 7 One Spark Speaker Series 9 a.m. Florida Theatre Onespark.com Downtown Top to Bottom Walking Tour 10 a.m. The Landing Adlibtours.com Potted Potter 7:30 p.m. Times-Union Center Artistseriesjax.org One Spark 2015 Opening Ceremony 7:30 p.m. Hemming Park Onespark.com Wednesday, Apr. 8 Potted Potter 7:30 p.m. Times-Union Center Artistseriesjax.org An Evening with Buddy Valastro: The Cake Boss 7:30 p.m. Florida Theatre Floridatheatre.com Thursday, Apr. 9 Downtown Top to Bottom Walking Tour 10 a.m. The Landing Adlibtours.com SPACE SPONSORED BY Jacksonville Suns Jackson Generals 7:05 p.m. The Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Disney on Ice: Let s Celebrate! 7:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial Arena Jaxevents.com Potted Potter 7:30 p.m. Times-Union Center Artistseriesjax.org Friday, Apr. 10 $5 Friday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Museum of Science & History Themosh.org Disney on Ice: Let s Celebrate! 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial Arena Jaxevents.com Jacksonville Suns Jackson Generals 7:05 p.m. The Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra: A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch 8 p.m. Times-Union Center Jaxsymphony.org Potted Potter 8 p.m. Times-Union Center Artistseriesjax.org Real Estate Sale of the Day ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: 4318 Colonial Av SALE PRICE: $334,500 MORTGAGE: $250,875 LENDING INSTITUTION: Marine Bank and Trust SELLER: Fannie Mae BUYER: Katherine B Morgan DATE OF TRANSACTION: 3/20/2015 COMPILED BY DAILY RECORD STAFF. SEE PAGE B-1 FOR LISTINGS OF ALL SALES San Jose Boulevard Suite 903 Jacksonville, FL (904)

3 THE BAR BULLETIN Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-3 PROTECTING RIGHTS PURSUING JUSTICE PROMOTING PROFESSIONALISM April showers bring May flowers And sometimes babies By Troy K. Smith The Jacksonville Bar Association President As my term nears its conclusion June 17 tick tick tick tick tick tick approximately 2 1 / 2 months away, but who s counting I sat back and reflected upon many years of Bar service, beginning with the Young Lawyers Section in early Without a doubt, I can say that none of the previous 15 years held a candle to this year. This year has been the greatest by far in terms of time devoted to the Bar, understanding every single facet of how The Jacksonville Bar Association functions and personal growth. One year, however, stands out as a close second. That was exactly 10 years ago in Taking a journey in the way back, I reflected on that year. I was the president of the Young Lawyers Section. During this term, I gained a slight understanding of what it might be like to be the president of the Bar association. My year as president of the Young Lawyers Section was extremely busy and time-consuming and, just like my current Lawyer Snapshot Molly Lewis Sasso position, it was also very rewarding. One of those rewarding moments I recall was an article in a former periodical devoted to Jacksonville lawyers, which publication shall not be named in this article published in The Daily Record. Our good friend, Billy Catlin, was the driving force behind this magazine and approached my Young Lawyer s board with a novel idea. As it turns out, Billy wanted to take a photo (see Exhibit 1 at right) of the gentlemen of my Young Lawyer s board in front of the newly constructed federal courthouse. Billy told us that it would be the cover to an article focusing on up-and-coming young guns in the legal profession. Billy also thought it would be a great idea if each of us would hold a shotgun while standing in front of the federal courthouse in suits from Hayden s Haberdashery. My board members were very excited about this idea and they all wanted dearly to pose with shotguns. Luckily, I was able to talk sense into them and the shotguns were scrapped from the photo shoot. Name: Molly Lewis Sasso Age: 36 Family: Husband, Len; and Giovanni and Marco, the sensational Sasso twins Pets: Pumpkin, the brindle boxer Education: Oglethorpe University, bachelor s degree in English literature, and University of Georgia Law School Admitted to the Bar: Georgia Bar 2003 and Florida Bar 2005 Employed by: Kinney & Sasso Field of practice: Family law, including divorce and related matters, as well as adoption. Professional organizations: Florida Family Law Inns of Court Community involvement: Having a full-time legal practice and twin toddlers, I m currently on sabbatical from community involvement, but I am a proud sustaining member of the Jacksonville Junior League. How did you become involved? I wanted to join an organization that provided diverse philanthropic services and enabled me to work with other great women leaders in our community. How can someone else become involved? Find something you re passionate about and sign up. Or if there s not an organization that meets your needs, create one. What have you learned through the experience? Everyone reading this is extremely fortunate. We sometimes focus so much on our troubles, we don t fully appreciate our blessings. Illustration special to the Daily Record Troy Smith, front, and members of the Young Lawyers Section board when he was president of the group. This would have been a horrible idea for their careers had it resurfaced 10 years later. Had it not been for the personal growth and maturity I developed as the president of the Young Lawyers Section, we may have all been standing in a photo in front of the federal courthouse in suits holding shotguns, or more likely, in a holding cell under the federal courthouse. I also recall that 10 years ago I was not married, though I had met my wife. A short time later I have a lot less hair, a larger waist line, my beautiful wife, four children, a smaller bank account, but I have a much more beautiful and richer life. Speaking of rich, by the time you read this article April showers may have brought Cinco. Cinco is baby number five and will certainly bring a new meaning to Cinco de Mayo in our family. OK, on to the catchy April April 7 Noon-1:30 p.m. showers and May flowers bit. While we have a few events in April, namely the seventh annual Rendezvous on the River at Fionn MacCool s Irish Pub from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16, and the Edwards & Ragatz Law Day Party from 5:30-8:30 p.m. April 30, we are preparing for a very busy May. Alas, the cliché April showers, standing for hard work behind the scenes in April, results in May flowers such as multiple JBA activities for the benefit of our members in May. The first member benefit in May is the TPC of TPC. As previously discussed, this is a novel event that should provide great Bankruptcy Law Sidebar Luncheon US District Court - Middle District of Florida Jury assembly room 300 N. Hogan St. 2.0 CLER including 2.0 Ethics Hours Applied for with The Florida Bar 7th Annual Rendezvous on the River April 16 ~ 5:30-8:30 p.m. Fionn MacCool s Irish The Landing Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, and may be purchased in advance at Your ticket includes a free drink along with drink specials throughout the night, heavy hors d oeuvres, and a raffle ticket for prizes given away throughout the night. Additional raffle tickets may be purchased at the door. All proceeds benefit Dreams Come True! Complete details online at jaxbar.org. Smith... Continued on Page A-6 What was the last book you read or are reading? My Mommy reading or my Big Girl reading? I m fumbling my way through Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. And also My Big Truck Book, four times per day, minimum. Sponsored by: Foley & Lardner, LLP & Moseley, Prichard, Parrish, Knight & Jones, P. A.

4 Page A-4 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record THE BAR BULLETIN JBA Sponsors The Jacksonville Bar Association would like to thank our sponsors for their continued support throughout the year. Diamond Sponsors: Jacksonville Bank AON Affinity Gold Sponsors: Dex Imaging, Inc. Member Benefits, Inc. Silver Sponsors: Dixon Hughes PLLC OrangeLegal Participating Sponsors: Legal Art Works Bailey Publishing & Communications, Inc. legal Calendar The Jacksonville Bar Association (Susan Sowards, executive director, (904) or jaxbar.org.) Today: Board of Governors submission deadline, 5 p.m., JBA office Tuesday: Bankruptcy Judges Sidebar CLE, noon, Bryan Simpson U.S. Courthouse jury lounge Wednesday: Professionalism Committee meeting, noon, Akerman offices, 50 N. Laura St. No April 14: Judicial Relations Committee meeting, noon, JBA office April 16: Rendevous on the River, Fionn MacCool s, 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 18: National Citizenship Day, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Florida Coastal School of Law April 21: Elder Law Committee, noon, JBA conference room April 30: Edwards & Ragatz 3D Annual Law Day in May celebration, 5:30 p.m., EverBank Plaza Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (Joshua Zmroczek, development director, (904) , ext. 314 or jaxlegalaid.org) Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (Susannah Collins, president, (904) or Website is jwla.org.) Thursday: Luncheon, 11:45 a.m., The River Club. Speaker: Holocaust survivor Bob Fischer. Cost is $25 pay-as-you-go members, $28 guests. One hour Florida Bar CLE (ethics) pending. April 16: Networking Happy Hour, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Crosby Designs, St. Johns Ave. Sponsored by North Florida Financial Corp. No cost for members and guests. June 3: JWLA annual judicial reception, 5:30-7:30 p.m., The River Club. The Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers Section (Michelle Barnett, president, (904) or Jacksonville Association of Defense Counsel (Andrew Abramovich, president, (904) or Northeast Chapter, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys (Gene Nichols, president, (904) ) Jacksonville Asian American Bar Association (Shane Herbert, president, (904) or Northeast Florida Chapter of Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund Inc. (Holley Akers, (904) , or Michael O Rourke, (904) , co-chairs.) The group meets the first Friday of every month at 4:30 p.m. at The Mudville Grille in the St. Nicholas area. Federal Bar Association Jacksonville Chapter (Susanne Weisman, president, (904) The association s website is jacksonvillefederalbarassociation.org.) April 23: 12th Annual Honorable Ralph Buddy Nimmons Jr. Federal Practice Seminar, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Bryan Simpson U.S. Courthouse. Christian Legal Society (Hollyn Foster, president, Luncheons are generally the third Thursday of the month at the First Baptist Church dining center (Laura and Ashley streets). For more information, Foster. Friday: Bible Study led by Judge Sharon Tanner, 8-8:50 a.m., The Southern Grill, 800 Flagler Ave. Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association (Robert Heekin Jr., president, (904) or Or, Jeanne Breault, lansingroy.com. The association s website is jaxbkybar.com.) April 15: Speaker luncheon, noon, The River Club. June 10: Installation of officers, noon, The River Club. Aug. 21: Annual Seminar, Sawgrass Golf Resort and Spa. D.W. Perkins Bar Association (Stephen Smith, dwperkinsbar.com) General body meetings the first Thursday of every month. Catholic Lawyers Guild (Maria Aguila, president, (904) or Jacksonville Beaches Bar Association (Bryan Goode III, president, (904) ) Meets the third Thursday of the month at The Wine Bar at 320 N. First St. in Jacksonville Beach. Jacksonville Justice Association (Fred Catfish Abbott, president. David Dunlap, vice president. Megan Abbott, executive director, (904) ) Nassau County Bar Association (Robert Bernard, president, (904) or Jacksonville Chapter of Association of Legal Administrators (Jean Pimental, president, (904) or American Board of Trial Advocates Jacksonville Chapter (Scott Costantino, president, Legal Marketing Association Southeastern Chapter, Jacksonville City Group (Jessica Sloan, chair-elect, (904) or Three Rivers Legal Services (Chardea Murray, pro bono coordinator, (904) ext. 7205, Northeast Florida Paralegal Association (Allison Alexis, president, at gmail.com or (904) ; Jeanne Riggen, first vice president, (904) or Wednesday: Bring Your Boss to Lunch formal luncheon, noon-1 p.m., The River Club. Speaker is Judge Bruce McKibben who will talk about ethics and the law. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. Contact Jeanne Riggen at com to RSVP. May 7: CLE informal lunch, noon-1 p.m. at BB&T Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Register by May 4. Speaker is George Mayforth, who will speak on the topic of What Your Expert Can Do for You To RSVP contact Jeanne Riggen at June 11: CLE informal luncheon, noon-1 p.m., BB&T Bank Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Register by June 8. Speaker is Mike Smith from Duval County Clerk of Court s office speaking about electronic courts. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. To RSVP contact Jeanne Riggen, gmail.com. July 2: CLE informal luncheon, noon-1 p.m., BB&T Bank Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Register by June 8. Speaker is Jamie Ibrahim, director of intake at Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. Topic is JALA s impact on the community. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. To RSVP or inquire, contact Jeanne Riggen, gmail.com. Paralegal Association of Florida Inc., First Coast Chapter (Kim Schenkel, president, or (904) ; Jennifer Heape, first vice president, or; or fccpaf.org) April 15: Workhorse Wednesday Luncheon, noon, The River Club. RSVP to by April 9. Members $20, non-members $25. Speaker to be determined. One hour CLE credit pending. In addition, designations for candidacy due by close of business. April 25: Spring Seminar focusing on criminal law, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., University of North RSVP to gmail.com. Speakers include London Kite, Jesse Giles, Marcella Scott, Lee Locket and Crystal Freed. Information available on organization s Facebook page or ing com. Registration and payment must b received by April 17. Cost is $60 for members, $100 for nonmembers. Checks payable to PAF-FCC. Five hours CLE credit pending. May 6: The TPC at TPC, 8:30 a.m., TPC Sawgrass May 7: Health law Committee meeting, noon, JBA Office May 13: Law Day and annual meeting luncheon, noon, Omni Hotel May 14: CME Seminar, 9 a.m., Florida Coastal School of Law May 14: Vintage Lawyers lunch, noon, Golden Corral on Southside Boulevard May 21: CLE Dinner, 5:30 p.m. Crowne Plaza. Election of officers; speaker to be determined. RSVP to gmail.com.com by May 16. Members $30, nonmembers $35. Checks payable to PAF-FCC or bring exact cash. Collaborative Family Law Group of NE Florida (Connie J. Byrd, president, (904) or Association of Corporate Counsel, North Florida Chapter (Harvey Granger, president, com, acc.com/chapters/nfl) This directory includes contact information and news from area legal associations. Every effort has been made to obtain accurate information and any corrections will be appreciated. Information for this directory should be submitted to or faxed to (904) If your association is not included, call David Chapman at (904) New Attorney Swearing-In Ceremony Tuesday, April 24 Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse 300 N. Hogan St., Courtroom 13A Ceremony Begins: 4 p.m. Attorney Check-In (To complete paperwork. ID required): 3 3:30 p.m. Family and Friends are invited. Cameras will be allowed for this event. NO CELL PHONES ALLOWED IN BUILDING. PHOTO ID REQUIRED TO ENTER BUILDING. Please make reservation at jaxbar.org. CME Seminar for Mediators May 14 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Florida Coastal School of Law Room 525 Registration is open at jaxbar.org President Troy K. Smith... Rogers Towers, P.A. President-elect Giselle Carson...Marks Gray, P.A. Editorial Committee Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Trimmer... Ansbacher Law Board Of Governors Fraz Ahmed...The Law Offices of Eric S. Block Michael F. Orr...Dawson & Orr Geddes D. Anderson, Jr.....Murphy & Anderson Lee D. Wedekind III... Smith, Hulsey & Busey Michael Bateh.... Office of the Public Defender Michelle Barnett.... Alexander DeGance Barnett Katie L. Dearing.... The Dearing Law Firm YLS President T.A. Delegal... Delegal Law Offices Patrick J. Kilbane... Ulmann Financial Elizabeth B. Howard.... Boyd & Jenerette Executive Director Blane McCarthy....Blane McCarthy Susan Waller Sowards

5 THE BAR BULLETIN Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-5 Pro bono effort was a really good experience By Matt Bisbee The Office of Public Defender David Barksdale, a criminal defense attorney in Jacksonville for the past 23 years and partner with Bedell, Dittmar, DeVault, Pillans & Coxe, is one of close to 50 local practitioners who have participated in Public Defender Pro Bono Opportunities since it began in While discussing the benefits of the program, which provides free criminal law training to private attorneys in advance of assigning them a public defender client, Barksdale had no shortage of positive feedback. What Public Defender Pro Bono Opportunities first revealed to me is the dedication to their clients and to the law the County Court attorneys in the PD Office bring to the table, said Barksdale. The chance to work alongside the APDs and manage one or two of their cases is a win-win for Jacksonville. It allows the Bar to provide private resources to a very busy, perhaps even overworked office; it gives private attorneys valuable, hands-on trial experience; and, most importantly, it works to ensure that those accused continue to receive good legal representation. Having completed two case assignments in 2014, Barksdale indicated that the program even offered him a personal benefit aside from the satisfaction of giving back to his community: It was critical to helping me achieve recertification for the Florida Bar Criminal Trial Board. He is quick to recommend to attorneys throughout Jacksonville civil litigators and criminal defense lawyers alike to participate in the program, which is The JBA Professionalism Award Submission Deadline: April 17 The Bench and Bar Professionalism Committee will be accepting nominations through April 17. There are many outstanding lawyers in our community, and this award is a great way to recognize those members of the JBA who embody and embrace the ideals of professionalism and who practice law with integrity, honor and civility. If you would like to submit a nomination, you can send it to Ashley Greene at The recipient of the award will be announced at The Professionalism Conference at the TPC on May 6. Complete details and nomination petition can be found on-line at jaxbar.org/view-events/. JBA Discount Provider The Jacksonville Bar Association has partnered with National Purchasing Partners to provide members discounts on many products and services. NPP negotiates the rates, and makes them available to Jacksonville Bar Association members. Membership with NPP is free, and there is no obligation to purchase. To access the savings, register at mynpp.com. Special to the Daily Record David Barksdale serves as a pro bono special assistant public defender. designed to meet the needs of any practitioner who might sign up. This program is a good opportunity for a number of law firms who may want their younger associates to handle cases and obtain jury trial experience, he said. I encourage you to look into Pro Bono Opportunities. Public Defender Pro Bono Opportunities was first introduced in Jacksonville in 2010 under Public Defender Matt Shirk as part of the Jacksonville Bar Association ONE Program. It begins each spring with a free, eight-hour Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar on various subjects in criminal law. The curriculum is coordinated by Assistant Public Defender and County Court Director Kate Bedell, who has arranged the presentations that prepare attorneys to effectively represent an indigent client facing a criminal misdemeanor charge. The CLE takes place from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. April 17 in the first Floor Assembly Room of The Office of the Public Defender, 407 N. Laura St. Following completion of the CLE, participants qualify for appointment as special assistant public defenders and Bedell assigns each attorney a County Court case where they will represent a public defender client facing a criminal misdemeanor charge. Each special assistant receives full access to public defender office resources, including investigations, paralegals and support staff as they may relate to their case. Once a case is completed, special assistants are welcome to take 2015 Law Day Luncheon being held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting Luncheon Speaker: ABA President William Hubbard Wednesday, May 13 - Omni Hotel Doors Open for Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Program Begins: Noon Complete details and registration online at jaxbar.org. on another case. Attorneys who intend to participate in The 2015 Public Defender Pro Bono Opportunities CLE are asked to reserve your seat at the event by ing net by close of business Wednesday. This will also ensure you are properly credited for the CLE hours through The Florida Bar. Additional questions can be directed to Bedell at (904) st Annual TPC at TPC Seminar The Professionalism Conference at The Players Championship May 6 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida The Jacksonville Bar Association is excited to present the 1st annual TPC at TPC, which combines a top-notch professionalism seminar with a fun networking event during The Players Championship. 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6 Page A-6 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Jacksonville attorney among those disciplined The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 28 attorneys; disbarring three, revoking the licenses of five, suspending 15 and publicly reprimanding six. Three attorneys received more than one form of discipline. One is from Jacksonville: Brenda L. McCann, 4237 Salisbury Road, Suite 400. The court granted McCann a permanent disciplinary revocation, without leave to seek readmission, effective immediately. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. McCann had several cases pending related to her loan modification and foreclosure defense practice as well as her debt settlement practice. Others are: Rashmi Airan-Pace, South Miami. The court granted Airan- Pace a disciplinary revocation, with leave to seek readmission after five years, effective immediately. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Charges pending against Airan-Pace involve allegations of mortgage fraud. In December 2014, Airan-Pace pleaded guilty to the felony charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States bank fraud. Her role included making material misrepresentations on real estate closing documents and facilitating the transfer of funds through accounts under her control, knowing that funds being paid to buyers were not being disclosed on the HUD settlement statements, nor to the mortgage lenders. Brad Alexander, Miami, suspended for one year, effective April 20. Alexander is the subject of several Bar disciplinary matters, including a few with findings of probable cause by the Grievance Committee. Alexander admits to failing to appear for scheduled court appearances after agreeing to provide legal services for clients. He also failed to communicate and provide competent representation. Angela Morton Armstrong, Smith... Continued from page A-3 CLE credit in ethics, which we all need, followed by a lunch and open bar at Dyes Valley Pavilion where you can watch golfers complete their Wednesday rounds. The CLE portion of the event ends at noon and is followed by an open bar and chalet seating until the end of play. Next, we have the 2015 Law Day Luncheon and Annual Meeting on May 13. Thanks to JBA board member Lee Wedekind, we have secured William Hubbard, current ABA president, as our keynote speaker. This luncheon, beginning at noon at the Omni, is expected to be heavily attended and I highly recommend that you RSVP ASAP if you want to ensure your ability to attend the meeting. This meeting also serves as the voting cut-off for the candidates for the open seats on the JBA Board of Governors. I officially become a lame-duck president at the conclusion of the meeting. A third event in May is the Happy Hour & Wiffle Golf on the Backyard Nine on May 15 from 4 p.m. until late. The JBA sponsors this event together with Pajcic & Pajcic for the benefit of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. This outing will be at the home of Steve and Anne Pajcic, 1917 Montgomery Place. Don t forget a hole-in-one on the dock holes nets you $6,000. Register online at jaxlegalaid.org/special-events. Finally, we conclude the month of May with our JBA Annual Golf Tournament, always a big-ticket draw. This year, we have decided to move back to the familiar and comfortable confines of Deerwood Country Club. The tournament will be May 21 beginning with a shotgun start at Let a Board Certified CiviL trial Lawyer Mediate your Next Case Personal Injury Probate Foreclosure Commercial Civil Trial Construction Collections Insurance Other Online Scheduling calendar Blane McCarthy jacksonvillemediator.com Palm Harbor, suspended for one year, effective immediately. Armstrong was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of July 31, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, Armstrong was ordered to notify her clients, opposing counsel and the courts of her status and provide a sworn affidavit to the Bar listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that received a copy of her suspension order. Jean J. Barnett, Stuart, to be publicly reprimanded by publication in the Southern Reporter. A compliance audit resulted from a notice to The Florida Bar, from a bank, indicating that Barnett s trust account had insufficient funds. The audit determined that Barnett was negligent in her bookkeeping and failed to maintain all of the required minimum trust account records and procedures. David Jay Bernstein, Deerfield Beach, to be publicly reprimanded by publication in the Southern Reporter. Bernstein failed to properly supervise a non-lawyer employee, who subsequently was prosecuted for Unlicensed Practice of Law. Also, Bernstein s law office disseminated a direct mail advertisement that was not filed with The Florida Bar for review 20 days in advance, as required. The trades names used on the direct mail letter, Federal Legal Center and Federal Criminal Defense Center, could be considered misleading and deceptive, implying a connection with a government agency. John Neil Buso, West Palm Beach, suspended for nine months. Between 2004 and 2007, Buso failed to file all the payroll tax returns and statements with the Internal Revenue Service for an employee who d worked for him for 20 years. During the same seven-year period, Buso failed to pay Social Security taxes to the IRS for the employee. A panel mediator with James Newell Charles, Celebration, suspended for one year. Charles placed fraudulent material facts (exhibits) before the federal court to enhance the value of a case. Further, Charles did not make the client s claims in good faith and with full disclosure, causing the client to lose his right to recovery, when he would have been entitled to receive some compensation for his damages. Lillian Clover, Titusville, suspended for 30 days and upon reinstatement, placed on probation for two years. Clover did not maintain the required trust account records nor did she regularly perform the mandatory trust accounting procedures. Clover improperly maintained personal funds in her trust account and as a result of inadequate record keeping, she made disbursements from her trust account that exceeded the personal funds held in account. In another matter, Clover failed to provide competent and diligent representation in a post-conviction matter. Daniel Mark Cohen, West Palm Beach, to be publicly reprimanded and suspended for 10 days. Although it was properly noticed, Cohen knowingly and intentionally failed to attend a client s resentencing hearing. He also made no effort to contact the judge to explain his absence. Christopher Jordan Dale, Tampa, to be publicly reprimanded. Dale was retained on Aug. 20, 2010, to file an amended motion or notice of appearance for a client. He had not done so by the time the court ruled on Dec. 9, Jeffrey Wayne Day, Flint Hill, Va., suspended for 91 days, effective immediately. Day did not adequately communicate the amount of his fee in a contingency case or properly disperse settlement proceeds. He failed to provide his client with a contingency agreement, statement of client s rights and failed to return the client s phone calls or inform him that he had moved 1 p.m. Be sure to save the date on your calendar and start organizing your foursome. Although my team has won the last few years, there is no reason for the rest of the Bar to give up. Besides, we need your entry fees to pay for my team s first-place winnings. Be sure to pack your umbrella, watch those April Showers and get ready for our May flowers. And if you have a great baby name, please shoot an . I m running out of those faster than interesting topics for these articles. Asbestos Representing Mesothelioma & Lung Cancer Victims for Over 25 Years Throughout Florida Florida Lawyers Representing Injured Floridians Asbestos Exposures: Shipyard, USN, Construction, Automotive, Power Plants, Paper Mills, Household, Etc. Terrell Hogan (904) The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. Alan Pickert out-of-state. Day also had to hire a collection agency to obtain the remainder of his settlement. Peggy Lynne Diorio, West Palm Beach, permanently disbarred effective immediately. Diorio was found in contempt for continuing to practice law while ineligible. She failed to comply with the terms of a Dec. 19, 2002, order in which the Florida Supreme Court approved Diorio s petition for disciplinary resignation and allowed her to resign with leave to apply in five years. Disciplinary resignation is tantamount to disbarment. Adam James Ellis, Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee, to be publicly reprimanded and further placed on probation for three years. Ellis pleaded no contest to assault and harassment charges in Oregon. In two other instances, Ellis engaged in inappropriate behavior that showed a lack of fitness and character as a member of the legal profession. Marcia Vestylena Forsett, Frostproof, suspended for 91 days, effective immediately. Forsett was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of a Sept. 4, 2014, court order. Specifically, Forsett was ordered to notify her clients, opposing counsel and the courts of her status and provide a sworn affidavit to the Bar listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that received a copy of her suspension order. Cristina Franca G. Fuschi, Panama City, suspended for two years. Further, Fuschi shall enter into a new three-year contract with Florida Lawyers Assistance Inc. A Florida Bar investigation revealed Fuschi has had numerous arrests for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Her driver s license was permanently revoked on April 3, 2012, as a result of being found guilty of four more DUI charges. Since 2002, Fuschi has failed to report any of the criminal arrests and Mark Anthony Degner MArk AntHOny DeGner Photo age progressed to 22 yrs DOB: 7/13/92 Hair: Dark Blonde eyes: Hazel convictions to The Florida Bar. Janice L. Jennings, West Palm Beach, suspended for 91 days and indefinitely thereafter, until she complies with the terms and conditions set forth in a Feb. 19 court order and demonstrates rehabilitation. Jennings refused The Florida Bar s request that she schedule a mental health evaluation with Florida Lawyers Assistance. The request came after the Bar learned of a written filing and statements in which Jennings advised the court, among other things, that her former employer had caused the implantation of a microchip in her left ear that was designed to harm and disrupt her ability to function. Jeffrey Michael Lasman, Brandon, disbarred effective immediately. Lasman was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of a March 6, 2014 suspension order and practiced law while suspended. Also, he was required to send notice of his suspension to all clients, opposing counsel and courts for all pending matters. Neal Randolph Lewis, Palmetto Bay. The court granted Lewis a disciplinary revocation, with leave to seek readmission after five years, effective immediately. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. A Florida Bar emergency suspension case was pending against Lewis, regarding allegations of misappropriation of client funds. Manuel R. Lopez, Coral Gables, suspended for one year, effective immediately. Lopez was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of an Oct. 15, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, Lopez was ordered to notify his clients, opposing counsel and the courts of his status and provide a sworn affidavit to the Bar listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that received a copy of his suspension order. Disciplines... 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7 Basch... Continued from front page Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-7 growth, the company said. The J.P. Morgan analysts said in a research note Thursday that the new agreement removes the need for APR to raise more capital, and they are maintaining a neutral rating on the stock. On the negative side, the Libyan situation is in flux and it could take time before APR can successfully demobilize and place the units with new customers. However, on the positive side, exiting Libya removes the main overhang on the shares, they said. Also on the positive side, we believe that the structural potential of the temporary power market is considerable, caused by the imbalance between electricity supply and demand, especially in emerging market countries, they said. FRP, Stein Mart stocks also perform well No other Jacksonville-based company trading on U.S. exchanges came close to APR in the first quarter, but the former Patriot Transportation Holding Inc. businesses did well after splitting into two public companies Feb. 2. FRP Holdings Inc., the commercial real estate side of that business, rose 18 percent from Feb. 2 to the end of the first quarter. The new Patriot, consisting of the old Patriot s trucking business, rose 8.6 percent after the split. Stein Mart Inc. shareholders also did well in the first quarter, when you consider the special dividend they received. Just looking at the fashion retailer s stock price, you see a 14.8 percent decline in the quarter. However, as we previously pointed out, when you consider the impact of the special $5-a-share dividend it paid, the total return for Stein Mart shareholders in the quarter was actually a very strong 19.9 percent. At the other end of the scale, the worst-performing Jacksonville-based company stock was Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc., which has suffered from disappointing earnings reports since it was spun off from Rayonier Inc. last summer. Rayonier AM s stock fell 33.2 percent in the first quarter. Two Rayoniers have a scheduling conflict Speaking of the Rayonier spinoff, the two Rayoniers created a scheduling conflict for shareholders of the two companies who might want to visit with management. The two companies both scheduled their annual shareholders meetings in Downtown Jacksonville hotels for Thursday, May 14, at 4 p.m. Rayonier Inc. will be at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel and Rayonier AM will be at the Omni Jacksonville Hotel. The two Rayoniers operate completely separately since the spinoff and representatives of both companies said it was just a coincidence that the two scheduled their meetings for the same time, based on history. Rayonier Inc. has been holding its annual meeting on a Thursday in mid-may at 4 p.m. every year for at least the last decade. Michael Bell, director of economic development and public affairs, said the company s meeting schedule was set through 2016 before the spinoff even occurred. Russell Schweiss, director of corporate communications and community relations for Rayonier AM, said the new company carried over some of the corporate governance polices from Rayonier Inc. That likely explains why it picked that meeting day and time. Rayonier Inc. shareholders were issued stock in Rayonier AM when the spinoff occurred, so there are likely a lot of stockholders who still own shares in both companies. But the reality is, shareholders probably weren t planning to attend the annual meetings, so this shouldn t be an issue. I D O N T J U S T W O R K F O R Y O U R C L I E N T S. I A M D E V O T E D T O T H E M. New quarter brings two new public companies The start of the second quarter brought two new Jacksonvillebased public companies as previously announced mergers were completed. Actually, one company moved its corporate headquarters to Jacksonville, while the other is now run by executives in Jacksonville. Information Systems Associates completed its merger with privately owned Duos Technologies Inc. of Jacksonville. As part of that deal, Duos CEO Gianni Arcaini became CEO of Information Systems Associates, and the technology company moved its headquarters from Coral Springs to Jacksonville. The other deal completed last week was General Employment Enterprises Inc. s acquisition of Jacksonville-based Scribe Solutions Inc. The staffing company s headquarters is still listed at General Employment s offices in Naperville, Ill., but Scribe CEO Derek Dewan became CEO of General Employment and Scribe President Alex Stuckey is now president of the merged company. Regulator lifts restrictions on Atlantic Coast Financial Atlantic Coast Financial Corp. last year recorded its first profit in seven years and now its turnaround is apparently complete. The parent company of Atlantic Coast Bank announced last week that the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency terminated a consent order against the bank, saying it is now a wellcapitalized institution. Atlantic Coast Bank had been under that consent order since August 2012, which put restrictions on the bank s operations until it increased its capital. No longer subject to the business and other restrictions that come with a troubled-condition designation, the bank now has the liberty to explore additional avenues for expansion, including those related to our product offerings, additional lines of business and new markets, CEO John Stephens said in a news release. Dick s Wings parent reports loss The parent company of the Dick s Wings restaurant chain increased revenue in 2014 but still recorded a net loss for the year, according to its annual report filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission. ARC Group Inc. reported a net loss of $193,833, or 3 cents per share, for the year. Revenue rose by 20 percent to $588,856. The company said its royalties increased due to higher sales by franchisees and operating improvements, plus the opening of three new restaurants last year. The Dick s Wings chain currently has 18 restaurants, mainly in the Jacksonville area. ARC Group s SEC filings list its address in Louisiana, but the annual report says its corporate headquarters office is in Jacksonville. Drone Aviation records loss Drone Aviation Holding Corp. also increased revenue but had a net loss for 2014, according to its annual report filed last week with the SEC. The Jacksonville-based company said revenue rose by 1 percent to $858,054, but it had a net loss of $2.1 million, or 15 cents a share. Jacksonville-based Drone Aviation produces specialized lighterthan-air aerostats and tethered drones. It became public last year by merging with an existing public company. Black Knight files financial update Black Knight Financial Services Inc. would have produced revenue of $855.8 million and earnings of $31.3 million in 2014 if it had been an independent public company, according to an updated registration statement for its proposed initial public offering. Black Knight is the mortgage technology and analytics business that is majority owned by Jacksonville-based Fidelity National Financial Inc. Its operations were formerly part of Lender Processing Services Inc., which Fidelity reacquired in January Last week s updated filing still does not give details on the amount of stock that will be sold in the IPO, but Fidelity has said it will retain voting control of Black Knight after it goes public. Fidelity has also said that Thomas H. Lee Partners, which owns 32.9 percent of Black Knight, will sell some of its shares in the IPO. Black Knight first filed its IPO plans in December, but the new filing gives no indication of when the stock sale might be completed. (904) Professional offices in zip Most convenient location. Handsomely refurbished. STEVE WATREL, P.A., AN EXPERIENCED RESOURCE FOR NURSING HOME LITIGATION. When nursing home cases get complicated, we can make them simple. When they use a corporate maze to conceal ownership and assets, we know how to get to the truth. When trust is broken, we fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. 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8 Page A-8 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Record-setting opener for Armada FC Jacksonville Armada FC goalkeeper Miguel Gallardo is escorted by a young fan during pre-match ceremonies of Saturday s regular-season opening match at EverBank Field. The Armada beat FC Edmonton 3-1, while setting North American Soccer League records for attendance (16,164) and the fastest goal (12 seconds). Photos by Bobby King Armada forward Alhassane Keita brings the ball down field during a downpour Saturday. Armada defender Fabricio Ortiz cuts off two players from Edmonton while going for the ball. Keita battles Albert Watson of Edmonton for the ball. Members of Section 904, a proud group of Armada supporters, cheer on their team. Armada midfielder Bochy Hoyos defends a pass in front of Edmonton s midfielder Ritchie Jones, right.

9 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-9 Celebrating Easter at sunrise service at beach Hundreds gathered at Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach on Sunday morning for the 65th annual Easter Sunrise Service, presented by The Beaches Ministerial Association. Photos by Fran Ruchalski The benediction is given by the Rev. Peyton Hopkins of Community Presbyterian Church toward the end of the celebration. The celebrants listen to the Rev. Gabe Goodman of Community Presbyterian Church as he delivers the details about St. Peter s glorious morning. Join us for the April Happy Hour at Crosby Interiors St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville, FL Thursday, April 16 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sponsored by: No cost for members and guests. RSVP at JWLA.org byapril 15th. Mother and daughter, Valerie and Dawson Pickett, listen intently to the New Testament reading during the service. The Picketts have missed only one service over many years. CLASSIFIEDS WORK! CALL The Rev. Michael Blaker of St. Andrews Lutheran Church-by-the-Sea gives the opening invocation.

10 Page A-10 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Jaguars... Disciplines... Continued from front page Continued from page A-6 But the meat and potatoes of Jaguars Black, Johnson said, is a personalized playbook participants receive. Inside are all the components of the program, along with a tracking system that will provide feedback from the business clients to show what type of impression the experience made. The hospitality consultants work one-on-one with business owners on facets like ticket allocation, custom invitations and the like. From there, it s about customizing an experience for each client maybe through one of the newer seating options that came with EverBank Field improvements. Any time you re spending your hard-earned dollars, you expect to see a return on investment, Johnson said. Each person in the Jaguars Black program also is in the Black Book business directory NextGenJustice... Continued from front page The company is an online provider of automated legal documents that, through a monthly subscription, may be used by people who want to start an online or storefront retail legal forms business. The customer follows the instructions and fills out the form, which is printed in the Next- GenJustice office. The customer may then sign the form and file it at their expense at the Duval County Courthouse. The customer selects the form. We just provide the technology that allows people to represent themselves, Distenfield said. If needed, notary public and courier serves are available for an additional charge, said Distenfield. The legal forms on NextGen- Justice s menu also are available from other sources, including online providers such as legalzoom.com, which charges a fee for each form, and flcourt.org, where simple legal forms with complete instructions are available at no charge. When asked why a consumer would use his service and pay a that will be available for fans. Johnson said there were 12 people in ticket sales and servicing environments when he arrived in Now, it s closer to 40, many trained to handle clients in fields such as manufacturing, legal and financial services. We ve changed the ways in which it s done, he said. It s no longer just making phone calls to sell tickets. The extras for Jaguars Black aren t free, though. But as Johnson said, a one-person consulting firm might want to become involved for $1,000 and have seats to a couple of games. Other larger businesses might want to add more. It s like going to a restaurant, he said. You don t go and come back with a W or an L. You go for that certain experience and that s what we re trying to do. (904) fee instead of just doing it themselves, Distenfield said that s a question he s asked almost every day. Some people want the brickand-mortar experience with human interaction, he said. We re not for everybody, but there is a giant market in the middle between online legal forms and hiring an attorney. Distenfield is quick to point out the concept behind his company is not to disenfranchise the legal profession and NextGenJustice can t meet the needs of everyone with a legal matter. We re not anti-lawyer, we re pro-consumer, he said. We send people to lawyers every day. When you need a litigator, you need a litigator. When asked about the business, a spokesman at the Florida Attorney General s Office said there is an active investigation into the company and that it would not be appropriate to comment further at this (904) Poll shows support for medical marijuana By Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida Five months after narrowly rejecting a medical-marijuana ballot initiative, Florida voters overwhelmingly support allowing doctor-prescribed pot in the state, according to a poll released Monday. The Quinnipiac University poll found 84 percent of Florida voters back letting adults use medical marijuana if doctors prescribe it. But here s the rub: Polls in late 2013 and the first part of 2014 also showed support for medical marijuana topping 80 percent. In the November 2014, election, however, a proposed ballot initiative received about 58 percent of the vote shy of the 60 percent needed to approve constitutional amendments. The numbers plummeted, at least in part, because opponents spent millions of dollars on television ads warning that the ballot initiative included loopholes that could lead to widespread abuse. The group behind the 2014 amendment, People United for Medical Marijuana, has signaled it is willing to put a revised pot initiative before voters in 2016 if lawmakers don t approve legalization. Republican legislative leaders have largely dismissed the idea of legalizing full-blown medical marijuana, saying they want to focus on moving forward with a 2014 law that allowed a limited type of non-euphoric cannabis for certain conditions. People United for Medical Marijuana would need to collect 683,149 petition signatures to get on the 2016 ballot. The Connecticut-based Quinnipiac frequently conducts polls in Florida and other states. The latest poll of 1,087 Florida voters was conducted from March The poll also offered an early glimpse of the state s 2016 U.S. Senate race if Republican incumbent Marco Rubio decides to run for president instead of seeking a second term in the Senate. Rubio is slated to make an announcement next week and is widely expected to run for president. Perhaps the biggest takeaway from the poll numbers is that voters are largely unfamiliar with Rubio s potential successors. For example, Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy has already announced he is running for the Senate seat in 2016, but 74 percent of voters said they had not heard enough about him to have an opinion. Paul William Moses II, Orlando, disbarred effective retroactive to April 9, By Supreme Court Order in SC , dated March 8, 2012, Moses was suspended from the practice of law for 91 days, effective 30 days from the date of that order. In violation of the March 8, 2012 suspension order, he took on new client matters after that date. James L. Padgett, Palatka, permanent disciplinary revocation, without leave to seek readmission. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Padgett had disciplinary charges pending in one case related to trust account violations. Sarah Pashaee, Oviedo, suspended for three years, effective immediately. Pashaee was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of a June 19, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, Pashaee was ordered to notify her clients, opposing counsel and the courts of her status and provide a sworn affidavit to the Bar listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that received a copy of her suspension From The News Service of Florida Palm Coast Republican Paul Renner reeled in $56,210 in contributions from March 1 through Thursday, as he built a massive fundraising edge heading into next week s special election in House District 24, according to the Division of Elections website. In all, Renner raised $294,340 and had spent $261,748 for the election Tuesday in a district that includes Flagler County and parts of St. Johns and Volusia counties. order. She also failed to submit the required fee arbitration application. Alexis Michelle Rabbani, Aventura, suspended for three years, effective immediately, following a Feb. 20 court order. After receiving notice from The Florida Bar, Rabbani failed to appear at a final disciplinary hearing. She had cases pending for failure to provide competent representation to clients after being retained. In several instances, Rabbani failed to communicate with clients and The Florida Bar. Charles Erickson Rutherford, Boca Raton, to be publicly reprimanded by publication in the Southern Reporter. Instead of holding client funds in trust, Rutherford deposited them into his operating account to reimburse the law firm for filing and related fees on numerous foreclosure actions. AvAilAble exceptional office building in Avondale. 22 beautifully appointed offices, fully leased. 2 conference rooms, kitchen, outstanding public areas. very attractive return. $1,075,000 Ankur R. Sevak, Fort Lauderdale. The court granted Sevak a disciplinary revocation, with leave to seek readmission after five years. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Sevak entered into a plea agreement in circuit court to possession of methamphetamine and butanediol as well as possession of drug paraphernalia. Both possession charges are felonies and the paraphernalia charge is a misdemeanor. Michael J. Silver, Boca Raton, suspended for one year. Further, Silver shall enter into binding fee arbitration with a former client. Silver charged an excessive fee to the client of $275,000 for approximately six weeks of work and upon termination, refused to refund any portion of the fee. Paul Bradford Woods, Miami, suspended for one year, effective immediately. Woods was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of June 25, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, Woods was ordered to notify his clients, opposing counsel and the courts of his status and provide a sworn affidavit to the Bar listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that received a copy of his suspension order. Renner, Hutson dominate fundraising His opponent, St. Augustine Democrat Adam Morley, raised $1,506 from March 1 through Thursday, bringing the overall total to $4,559. Renner and Morley are seeking to replace Rep. Travis Hutson, an Elkton Republican who is running Tuesday in a special election in Senate District 6, which includes St. Johns, Flagler and Putnam counties and part of Volusia County. The Senate seat opened up when St. Augustine Republican John Thrasher resigned in November to become president of Florida State University. Hutson raised $13,000 on March 2, bringing his overall total to $399,905, according to the state Division of Elections website. He has been barred from raising money since the March 3 start of the session. Finance information for Hutson s opponent, Daytona Beach Democrat David Cox, had not been posted on the state website early Friday evening. But Cox had raised only $450 through Feb. 28. 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11 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-11 Lawyer s dream focuses on pudding Attorney hoping to raise $50,000 at One Spark to open store By Christian Giles University of North Florida Melinda Powers dubs herself the lawyer who bakes. This is entirely valid, since she already owned her own law group when she started her venture into creating a French baking company called Melinda s Confections. I didn t want to choose between being a lawyer and baking, Powers said. There shouldn t be a reason why I couldn t do both. So that s exactly what she s done. Her Melinda s Confections business will be a project at One Spark, where she hopes to raise $50,000. (She is creator No and her official venue is at Farah & Farah.) The Detroit native will use the money to open her first store in Jacksonville. She will sell banana pudding as well as French pastries, such as macaroons and pate a choux. Currently, Melinda s Confections focuses on her favorite treat, banana pudding. Not only does she make original vanilla pudding, but she also offers several other flavors: chocolate, strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, mixed berries and sea salt and caramel. Banana pudding is such a staple, traditional dessert and I want to take it to another level, Powers said. I want it to be looked at as a gourmet delicacy. One feature that sets Powers banana pudding apart from others is she bakes her vanilla wafers from scratch, which took months to perfect. She also has three other flavors for the wafers chocolate, chocolate and coconut, and sea salt and caramel. It s hard to choose a personal favorite because I like them all for different reasons, but sea salt and caramel is a hands-down crowd favorite, Powers said. The idea for Melinda s Confections was not originally formed by Powers. One day in 2013 when she was baking her banana pudding, her cousin, LaShuan Peal, said after the first bite, This is a business! We constructed a business plan as a joke, Peal said, but then it became a reality once Melinda realized a lot of people liked her banana pudding. Peal explained she used to own a business selling jewelry and now she wants to do it again. (Powers) is inspiring me to do it full time again she s my muse, Peal said. Powers was an attorney for Powers Law Group, a business she founded and owned. She was making nearly a six-figure salary but admitted she wanted to do more in life. After much consideration and persuasian from her cousin, Powers decided to pursue her dreams. She went back to school at University of North Florida to attain a second bachelor s degree in French studies, which she has been dreaming of doing. She has always been infatuated with the French culture and wants to be fluent in the language. Powers does everything she can to make sure her dream becomes a reality, despite the struggle of juggling everything. She works at the UNF alumni office and is an Uber driver. While being an Uber driver, she takes the opportunity of talking to people around the Jacksonville community about her business. Last summer Powers met her first mentor, chef Robert Roberts. Roberts also owns his cooking company and introduced Powers to the Taste of Black Jacksonville, which is presented by the Black Expo and highlights local chefs, caterers and restaurants. There she met her first major client, Brenda Jackson, a best-selling Harlequin novelist in Jacksonville. Powers received exposure she never received before. After attending Taste of Black Jacksonville in 2014, she crunched some numbers and was flabbergasted when she discovered that her gross sales were three times as much as they were at the end of 2013 and five times the amount of the rest of the year. This is around the time where she met another mentor of hers, Kevin Monahan, who works at the Small Business Development Center at UNF. He suggested she enter One Spark and he s helping her prepare for it. Although Powers has had experience with serving her banana pudding to large crowds, she doesn t feel prepared for the copious amount of people who attend One Spark. She hopes to be recruiting people to start learning her recipe. Powers confesses she s a little reluctant to having people help her in the kitchen because she wants to make it herself. I would feel a lot better once it s very streamline to the point where anyone could make it and that s how you franchise an idea, Powers said, and that s what I want to do eventually. If she makes her goal of reaching $50,000 at One Spark, then she hopes she can have a store in the core of Jacksonville with Downtown in mind. Powers plan of action at her booth is to have people enjoy samples of her banana pudding while speaking to them about her ambitions. She would also like to capture the moment they take the first bite into her pudding on video. I love it when people come up to me Photo courtesy of #IgniteMedia Melinda Powers and say they don t even like bananas but they love my banana pudding, Powers said. I love giving people that little moment of joy. Student journalists from the University of North Florida have formed #IgniteMedia, an independent news agency covering the One Spark crowdfunding festival. 2,600 Sq. Ft. Prime Rental Space Available Located at 201 East Adams Street For more information, contact Ben Powell Located on the 1st floor of the Old Morocco Building q Perfect for a legal professional, 1/2 mile to the Court House q Full service with on-site street level parking included q East access to I-95 & I-10 $12.50/ sq. ft.

12 Page A-12 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record 50 years ago this week City proposes referendum on bond issue for airport Have you ever wondered what life was like in Jacksonville half a century ago? It was a different era of history, culture and politics but there are often parallels between the kind of stories that made headlines then and today. As interesting as the differences may be, so are the similarities. These are some of the top stories from this week in The items were compiled from the Jacksonville Public Library s periodical archives by Staff Writer Max Marbut. A unanimous call for a May 20 referendum to decide whether Jacksonville would build a $27 million airport was made by the City Council and City Commission. The proposal included issuance of $9 million in general obligation bonds that would be repaid with ad valorem taxes and income from the sale of Imeson Airport and $9 million in revenue certificates that would be paid off with income from the new airport. The remaining $9 million would come from the federal government. If this referendum is passed, we can see Jacksonville joining the other great cities of the South and moving ahead in the field of transportation, said Mayor Lou Ritter. He then took the campaign to local civic clubs and other groups. Speaking to the Downtown Lion s Club in the Mayflower Hotel, Ritter said a new airport would bring new industry and payrolls to Jacksonville and would produce more tax dollars to support all local government, including public schools. He cited statements by representatives of the Federal Aviation Agency that in their program for national airport development, Jacksonville was second only to Atlanta in importance in the Southeast. County officials agreed that Sheriff Dale Carson was operating on firm legal ground in making payments of county funds to support the family of Hodges McGee, a former gambler and moonshiner who was the key witness in cases involving bribery charges against four city police officers. McGee received $3,445 in county funds while the cases were pending. County Attorney Henry Blount said there was no doubt in his mind the payments were legal based on a longstanding practice of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in various jurisdictions. Carson issued a statement in which he defended the practice. He said McGee would continue to receive payments until the Office of the State Attorney informs me that his services as a witness are no longer needed. McGee was still involved in one pending case, Carson said. Board of County Commissioners Chairman Bob Harris said he was concerned whether payments to McGee would result in a request from Carson to transfer additional funds into the account from which the witness was being paid. Carson s budget had $7,000 in an account for special payments, such as those to McGee, out of a total budget for the sheriff s office of $2 million. A bronze plaque in memory of the late President John F. Kennedy was dedicated in Hemming Park. Mounted on a gray marble shaft, the plaque was placed near the park s bandshell, where Kennedy addressed a crowd of thousands the night of Oct. 18, 1960, during his campaign for the presidency. Mayor Lou Ritter, who was Kennedy s Duval County campaign manager in 1960, said Republicans estimated the crowd at 10,000 people. But the true Democrats put the estimate at 50,000, said Ritter. The memorial was donated by the Jacksonville Building and Trades Council, which was represented at the ceremony by John Bowden, its president, and other labor officials. The Marshall Taylor Doctors Building adjacent to Baptist Hospital was sold by Mallin Developers to Southern Baptist Hospital, operator of the hospital. The purchase price was not disclosed, but documentary stamps on the deed indicated it was $1.25 million. The sale was closed in the offices of Glickstein, Crenshaw, Glickstein and Hulsey, attorneys for the hospital. Management of the building by Stockton, Whatley, Davin & Co. would continue. In Tallahassee, Duval Rep. Bill Basford introduced a bill to establish a bail commission for indigents in all counties in the state. If established, the commission would provide release from jail for indigent defendants awaiting trial who were unable to post bond. Such releases would be granted at the discretion of circuit judges on the recommendation of the proposed bail commission. The bill also provided for an additional probation and parole officer for each county. Basford said one of the major benefits of the bill would be to ease crowded conditions at county jails. This is particularly the case in Duval County, he said. A law of this type would save Duval and other counties millions of dollars in new jail construction. Basford said the proposed law also would permit defendants who were good risks to continue to work and provide for their families, who probably would otherwise have to receive state support. The Duval County legislative delegation was considering introduction of a local bill, requested by Public Defender Ed Austin, that would apply only to Duval County. The local bill probably would be withheld, Basford said, unless the general bill ran into strong opposition. A Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce committee heard a proposal to change the names of Downtown streets to either alphabetical or numerical designations. Robert Farkas told members of the Parking, Traffic and Public Transportation Committee the change would help eliminate confusion, particularly for people who weren t familiar with the city. It frequently is difficult, even for old residents, to immediately pinpoint the location of a Downtown building, he said. James Craig, former president of the Jacksonville Historical Society, had a different opinion. You get a kind of cold feeling from numbers, he said. We need to know something of the people who have been here in the past. I don t see why we can t let people who built the city and state have some recognition. Craig said when Jacksonville was laid out in 1822, its founders carefully selected names for the streets even before naming the town. Downtown streets were named for the families of early settlers, governors, generals and other prominent figures. A Duval County Patrol lieutenant watched two men take a coin box from a telephone booth, chased them down in his patrol car and captured them after shooting out two tires on their car. Lt. Maynard Crouse said several patrolmen under his supervision reported that a number of pay booths in the northern section of the county had been broken into and money taken. Crouse began checking the area and found that the booth at Broward and Clark roads was still intact. He cut off the lights of his patrol car and about 3 a.m. parked behind a service station across the street. About 30 minutes later, Crouse said, a car drove up and then a man got out and ran to the booth. In his hands was a steel hook, with which he began tugging at the telephone. Crouse then radioed for assistance. The man ripped the phone from the booth, grabbed the coin box and ran back to the car, Crouse said. As the car pulled away, Crouse drove from his hiding place, turned on his lights and pulled alongside the car. When he ordered the driver to pull to the side of the road, the car sped off toward Broward Road at high speed. Crouse fired five shots from his revolver at the speeding car, apparently missing. Crouse then hooked an automatic shotgun in the crook of his left arm, leaned out of the window and fired three blasts. Two tires and the front and rear windows were shot out. The car stopped immediately, but the occupants were not hit, Crouse said. Six other officers soon arrived to help, but Crouse had the situation under control. Inside the car, police found a steel hook, three screwdrivers, a shovel and a telephone box containing $37.25 in nickels, dimes and quarters. Both suspects were booked into jail, each on $10,000 bond, on charges of causing damage to telephone equipment and larceny. For the first time in its 35-year history, the Civic Music Association of Jacksonville sold every seat available for its new season and had more than 400 people on the waiting list for tickets. Association President Robert Hutchinson, reporting at the group s annual meeting, said 3,600 tickets were sold for the sixperformance series. The capacity of the Civic Auditorium was 3,200 seats. Global Monitoring, Inc. Defendant now able to continue working. Tracks offenders outdoors and indoors MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND WAGE HOUR DISPUTES Board Certified Labor & Employment Lawyer with 30+ years Labor/Employment experience Certified Circuit Civil and Appellate Mediator Editor, The Florida Employment Law Letter (monthly) Panel Member, American Arbitration Assn. (AAA) Mediator and Arbitrator: Financial Industry (FINRA) For more about qualifications and availability go to: Hamilton Street, Suite 205 Jacksonville, FL G. Thomas Harper, Esq. 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Court Records Circuit Court County Court Documents Filed Business Leads Mortgage Deeds Warranty Deeds Business Licences Foreclosures Sales Probate DIVISON PR-A PETER L. DEARING, JUDGE DIVISION FM-A DIVISION FM-B HUGH A. CARITHERS, JUDGE DIVISION FM-C LINDA F. MCCALLUM, JUDGE DIVISION FM-D DAVID C. WIGGINS, JUDGE DIVISION FM-E ELIZABETH SENTERFITT, JUDGE DIVISION FM-F GREGG McCAULIE, JUDGE DIVISION FM-G LANCE M. DAY, JUDGE DIVISION CR-A MARK HULSEY, JUDGE DIVISION CR-B MARK BORELLO, JUDGE DIVISION CR-C ANGELA COX, JUDGE DIVISION CR-D MALLORY D. COOPER, JUDGE DIVISION CR-E TATIANA SALVADOR, JUDGE DIVISION CR-F WADDELL WALLACE, JUDGE DIVISION CR-G JACK M. SCHEMER, JUDGE DIVISION CR-H MARIANNE L. AHO, JUDGE DIVISION CR-I RUSSELL L. HEALEY, JUDGE DIVISION JV-A SUZANNE BASS, JUDGE DIVISION JV-B DAVID GOODING, JUDGE DIVISION JV-C HENRY E. DAVIS, JUDGE ORDERS & DECREES Nicole Ann Crawford & Sebastian A. Crawford et al, final judg WELLS FARGO BANK VS: CERT. OF TITLE Mary Autry & Lizzie M. Bryant et al Wanda E. King et vir, et al ON DUTY IN CLAY COUNTY: DIV. A DON H. LESTER, JUDGE, DIV. B JOHN H. SKINNER, JUDGE, DIV. E MICHEAL SHARRIT, JUDGE, DIV. F DANIEL WILENSKY, JUDGE, ON DUTY IN NASSAU COUNTY: DIV. A ADRIAN G. SOUD, JUDGE, DIV. B ROBERT M. FOSTER, JUDGE, , CLERK OF COURT, JOSEPH G. STELMA, COURT ADMINISTRATOR, RM DUVAL COUNTY COURTHOUSE MAIN TELEPHONE # ADA ACCOMODATION OR INFOMATION Rosalind M. Thomas & Terrance A. et al Wilmington Trust Luna Jazmin Londono et al, cert. of title Dwayne L. Thomas & Mistic D. Hurt, final judg Christopher Rocco Hobday & Claudia Patricia Canon-Hobday, final judg Charles Christopher Durrant & Vickie Durrant, final judg New Cases CIVIL ACTIONS CA Hillblom, James vs Calder, Victoria; Harrell, Julie Marie, atty, complaint, Div-CV-B CA Capital One NA vs Roman, Beverly Murray, Unknown Spouse Of Beverly Murray Roman, Unknown Tenant In Possession 1, Unknown Tenant In Possession 2, Crown Point Condominium Association Inc; Lea, Morgan Brittany, atty, complaint, Div-FC-B CA Brown, Bonnie vs Publix Super Markets, Inc.; Earle, Steven Edward, atty, complaint, Div- New Cases FAMILY LAW DR Rains-Sanders, Dora and Sanders, Anthony J.; Greene, Deborah Lynne, atty, diss of marr, Div-FM-D DR In Re: Support: Rogers, Noelle Nicole and Anderson, Artavian Jerome; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-E DR In Re: Support: Alomar, Maria Mercedes and Alvarez, Jose Miguel; Maddox, Shane Carlton, Kelroy Elias Fingal & Sheldrika Ta Shay Mobley, final judg Jarrett Andrews & Monica McGriff, final judg Sydney Bryant Mathis & Shirley Denise Mathis, final judg Ronald Watson & Deeadre Watson, final judg BANK OF AMERICA VS: CERT. OF SALE COUNTY COURT CV-G CA Wells Fargo Financial System Florida, Inc vs Clayton, Mary Lou, Hickory Manor Association, Inc., Unknown Party #2, Unknown Party #1, Unknown Party #3, Unknown Party #4; Herman, Zachary D, atty, complaint, Div-FC-B CA Kaufman, Barry W, Zenith Real Estate Investments I, LLC vs Davis, John D; Kaufman, Barry W, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Sladicka, James vs Overman, Rachel; Rutledge, Randall, atty, complaint, Div-CV-B CA Bell, Tyronda vs The Hertz Corporation, Gamble, Angela Villar, MDT Personnel, LLC, Mate, Stephen Louis, Enterprise Leasing Company Of Florida, LLC, La Rosa Hernandez, Alberico; Hatfield, Kathryn A G, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Brown, Christina vs Barry, Joyce, PV Holding Corp; Harrell, Julie Marie, atty, complaint, Div-CV-B CA Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC vs Barnes, Elizabeth A, Unknown Spouse Of Elizabeth A Barnes, Unknown Tenant In Possession No 1, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc, The Landing At Cross Creek Owners Association Inc; Posner, Michael J, atty, complaint, Div-FC-F atty, Div-FM-B DR In Re: Support: Smith, Tia Nicole and Brown, Calvin Emanuel; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-G DR In Re: Support: Crews, Deborah D. and Crews, Richard Greg Jr; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-D DR In Re: Support: Willis, Jessica Christine and Billups, Marsello Eaddy; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-E DR In Re: Support: Eddins, Elizabeth Marie and Eddins, Ray- Harold Wayne Mitchell & Jocelyn S. et al Gregory McBroom & Barbara et al Bank of New York Dionne H. Smiley et vir, et al, cert. of sale Central Mortgage Co. Brian Farker, cert. of sale FANNIE MAE VS: CERT. OF SALE Tobias Kraut John T. Cooper & Mary mond Douglas Jr; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-B DR Binkley, Jennifer M and Brinkley, Aron W; Tyde, Michael S, atty, diss of marr, Div- FM-G DR Underwood, Janet J. and Underwood, Herbert L Jr; Grass-Gilmore, Amy Bret, atty, diss of marr, Div-FM-E DR In Re: Support: Brooks, Demetria Yolanda and Brooks, Ahman Walter; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-B Brian F. Murphy & Louann et al NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC VS: CERT. OF SALE The Estate of Deborah D. Hamler; Ashley Lucille Hamler, Joseph H. Hamler, Nicole Reneé Hamler & Rochelle Yvette Hamler et al Carlos Gamez & Alicia Theresa et al Cynthia Bailey Judd et al David Long & Connie Robinson et al OFFICE PHONE DIVISION CC-A EMMET F. FERGUSON, III, JUDGE DIVISION CC-B ROBERTO A. ARIAS, JUDGE DIVISION CC-C BRENT D. SHORE, JUDGE DIVISION CC-D LESTER BASS, JUDGE DIVISION CC-E JOHN A. MORAN, JUDGE DIVISION CC-F JAMES A. RUTH, JUDGE DIVISION CC-G SCOTT MITCHELL, JUDGE DIVISION CC-H CHARLES COFER, JUDGE DIVISION CC-I PAULINE DRAKE, JUDGE OFFICE PHONE DIVISION CC-J ELENI DERKE, JUDGE DIVISION CC-K SHARON TANNER, JUDGE DIVISION CC-L MICHELLE KALIL, JUDGE DIVISION CC-M MOSE FLOYD, JUDGE DIVISION CC-N GARY FLOWER, JUDGE DIVISION CC-O RONALD P. HIGBEE, JUDGE DIVISION CC-P 7168 DIVISION CC-Q DAWN K. HUDSON, JUDGE New Cases COUNTY COURT CC Williams, Roxanna vs Jones, Stephanie, Jones, John; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-D CC Pisapia, Alan vs Temple, Zack; Proper Person, complaint, Div- CC-C CC Roe, George S Jr vs Frazier, Darryl A; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-K CC Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs Sy, Nida K; White, Racquel Ann, atty, complaint, Div-CC-M CC Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs Fitzpatrick, Kevin R; White, Racquel Ann, atty, complaint, Div-CC-G CC Cach LLC vs Castleberry, Julie; Soffler, Jeremy Ariel, atty, complaint, Div-CC-D CC Cach LLC vs Ogden, Jessica L; Soffler, Jeremy Ariel, atty, complaint, Div-CC-F CC Jax Federal Credit Union vs Moffitt, Shawn Eugene; Reiss, Jennifer L, atty, complaint, Div-CC-K CC Jax Federal Credit Union vs Hudson, Nellie S, Hudson, Betty G; Reiss, Jennifer L, atty, complaint, Div-CC-M CC Discover Bank vs King, Rosilynnd J; Clark, Eduardo Alberto, atty, complaint, Div-CC-G CC Discover Bank vs Carter, Christine A; Clark, Eduardo Alberto, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Synchrony Bank vs Schwarzbauer, Maxine; Clark, Eduardo Alberto, atty, complaint, Div- ON DUTY IN CLAY COUNTY: DIV. C TIMOTHY R. COLLINS, JUDGE, DIV. D RICHARD R. TOWNSEND, JUDGE, ON DUTY IN NASSAU COUNTY: Wesley R. Poole, Judge, CC-B CC Duval Couny Land Trus # vs Carter, Venis; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-J CC Marshall, Howard vs Murphy, Ricky; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Spring Park, Inc DBA Spring Park Place Apartmens vs Mobley, Kevin; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-G CC Magnolia Circle, LLC DBA Magnolia Circle Mhc vs Donalson, Dwwayne M. Jr; Elefant, Fred, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Spring Park, Inc DBA Spring Park Place Apartments vs Serrano, Marcos; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Magnolia Circle, LLC DBA Magnolia Circle Mhc vs Williams, Tiereny N.; Elefant, Fred, atty, complaint, Div-CC-O CC Magnolia Circle, LLC DBA Magnolia Circle Mhc vs Wilson, Sumika D.; Elefant, Fred, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC 1401 Riverplace LLC DBA The Strand vs Thornton, Ilania; Wolk, Brian Peter, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Forge Properties vs Griggs, Rodney I; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-O CC Retail Portfolio South Main LLC vs Broome, Valorie; Wolk, Brian Peter, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC Bonk, Jacqueline, Bonk, Stanley vs Higgenbothem, Robert, Higgenbothem, Linda; Durant, Stephen Harlow, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L Continued on Page B-8 CIVIL ORDERS PBH Mayport LLC Dustin Bell, final judg The Inwood Apartments LLC Gwendolyn Dozier, final judg Denray Investments LLC Kiffin Lecount et al, final judg ExEcutivE SuitE ProfESSionalS JMG Realty Inc. 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15 Documents Filed for Record Warranty Deeds Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-15 Ronnie Fussell, Clerk Circuit Court, Duval County Courthouse, 501 W. Adams St. Subdivision Address* Prep. Bk. & Recorded Purchasers Sellers N/A 3/20/ $35,000 Wiley Steele Joan M Beasley N/A 8/14/ $10 Mothers Advocates Inc Trustee et al Rae Ann Hoffman Carlson 1st Addn To Hunterdale L3, /14/ $1 BMM Inc Sheree Caruso Trustee et al 1st Addn To Hunterdale L3-9 1/14/ $1 BMM Inc Sheree Caruso Trustee et al N/A 3/20/ $0 Florida State TRNSP Dept Eric Craig Weatherly Jr et al 2D Addition To Seabreeze th Av S 3/6/ $358,000 Eileen P Attaway Pamela M Fortin et al Eunice Rd 2/26/ $149,400 Alexandra Kehres Ars Investors I LP Jax N/A 3/19/ $45,600 Juan Carlos Benites Gonzalez Fannie Mae Camden Rd S 3/17/ $10 Alice Williams Shinkos et al Alice Williams Shinkos Arble Dr 3/9/ $190,000 Keith Wilkinson et al Revive Americas Homes LLC Arnez Rd 1/5/ $0 Secretary Of Housing &Urban Devel Freedom Mortgage Corporation N/A 3/20/ $60,000 David M Pierson et al Lawrence E Hicks et al Alderman Park Unit Glen Echo Rd 3/18/ $138,500 Clinton McIntosh Sandra Lee Smith Anniston Pines 2101 Chandlers Walk Ln 3/20/ $232,404 Craig Jones et al KB Home Jacksonville LLC Argyle Forest Chimney Lks L19 Unit 2 3/12/ $115, B Property Owner LLC Fannie Mae Arlington Hills Unit 8 L12 B5 3/20/ $65,000 Leslie Eugene Jones Trustee et al Durward W White et al Atlantic Park 614 2nd Av N 3/5/ $170,000 Hoose Homes And Investments LLC Arns Inc Bartram Springs 6262 Cherry Lake Dr 3/11/ $299,000 Brandon Hamby et al Maura A Moore Bayberry L7A Ph1 3/18/ $174,580 Titus O Durojaiye Pulte Home Corporation Baywood 7648 Sunwood Dr 3/18/ $26,000 Ronald W Dusenberry Jr Stanley V Bonk et al Bowden Farms B10 3/18/ $290,000 Hisham Safar LLC Ran Petro LLC Brierwood Unit 9 L25, B13 3/6/ $185,000 Kamal Fakhouri Kristopher M Nowicki et al Brighton Bay Twin Sands Tl E 2/26/ $10 Robert E Carter et al Robert E Carter et al Brighton Bay Twin Sands Tl E 2/26/ $10 Robert E Carter Trustee et al Robert E Carter et al Cedar Bay Heights 1314 Cedar Bay Rd 3/9/ $118,000 Deborah Howell Wayne M Singletary Corrientes Court L18 3/13/ $126,000 Heilman Group LLC Charles E Cobb III Deerwood 8184 Green Glade Rd 3/6/ $422,000 Sanford Ian Zimmerman Brooks M Muse II et al Deerwood 8320 Woodgrove Rd 3/17/ $328,000 Michael S Veniard et al Richard G Hoffman et al Dogwood Acres L2,3 B3 3/12/ $240,000 Wayne C Reed et al Jacqueline Upton Dunn Creek Pointe Jenny Oak Ct 3/5/ $189,507 Lisa F Allen et al First Equity Mortgage Incorporated Ta Edmondsons N Shore Gdn L109 2/13/ $3,500 Diverse Holdings Inc Keisha Bell Emerald Bay Unit Emerald Reef Ct 3/4/ $178,000 Joyce L Richardson et al Richard Silvia Emerald Preserve 5934 Pavilion Dr 12/31/ $10 Elizabeth Beaman Trustee Armindo P Teixeira et al Golden Glades Fanshowe Rd 2/24/ $56,500 Amy Marie Brown Karen D Buss Hammock Grove Kernan Frst VV 102 2/3/ $91,500 Martina Canada PNC Bank National Association Hampton Glen 3590 Hampton Glen Pl 3/6/ $162,000 Cody E Jett et al Todd A McDonald Harbor Winds Unit Bucks Harbor Dr S 11/20/ $10 Juan P Vega Trustee et al Juan P Vega et al Highlands Unit No 4 A L16 3/20/ $0 United States Gov Vet Aff Adm Wells Fargo Bank N A Hunters Green Unit Apple Leaf Dr 3/6/ $216,000 Derek Blair Kelsay et al Richard W Poff Jacksonville Farms Old Plank Rd 2/27/ $60,000 David Laroche et al Arnold Rosenthal et al Jacksonville Heights 7220 Camfield St 3/19/ $1 Robert Alan Wilkison et al Nancy Medlock Wilkison Trustee et al Kernan Forest 1705 Hidden Forest Ln 3/17/ $213,500 Osny Chery et al William L Moore Lake Lucina L22 B33 Unit 11 2/27/ $113,500 Marian E Wade Inez J Kelly et al Lakeside Park 4318 Colonial Av 3/18/ $334,500 Katherine B Morgan et al Fannie Mae Los Lagos 7812 Las Canas Ct 3/12/ $51,000 Ziad Namir Jalil Jazrawi et al German Rojas Marietta S/D L1,2 B103 3/6/ $23,800 Corner Lot Properties LLC Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Moncrief Highlands Sd L20 B2 3/5/ $21,000 Lincoln Property Management LLC Habitat For Humanity Of Jacksonville Inc Moncrief Park 2346 W 24th St 3/18/ $12,000 Colin Prescod Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Murray Hill Heights 3201 Phyllis St 3/18/ $54,000 R & M Lee LLC Robert P Love et al Murray Hill Heights L19 B9 3/5/ $21,000 Lincoln Property Management LLC Habitat For Humanity Of Jacksonville Inc New Homes Co Lake Shore 4739 Dundee Cr 2/18/ $19 Allie Holt Trustee et al Allie Holt New Riverside 2844 Post St 3/19/ $105,000 Nicholas King Invjaxprop LLC Nottingham Forest L25 B4 2/11/ $161,591 Federal National Mortgage Assoc Cheri McLeod et al Nottingham Harbour Unit Stavely Dr W 3/6/ $206,000 Samuel G Gunn et al Lois L Hochman et al Oakwood Villas Estates 8009 Free Av 3/13/ $53,500 Bcel LLC Christiana Trust Trustee et al Overland Park Unit 3 L123 12/20/ $10 Elizabeth Beaman Trustee et al Armindo P Teixeira et al Pottsburg Crossing Unit /29/ $96,000 Varsha Patel et al Marcella Brown et al River Point Unit Trotters Walk Wy 3/5/ $159,000 Justin R Bischoff et al Nicholas A Burnworth Royal Terrace No 1 L18 B6 3/5/ $21,000 Lincoln Property Management LLC Habitat For Humanity Of Jacksonville Inc San Jose 3533 Via De La Reina 3/9/ $176,000 Barbara L Dell Louise Bryan Cox et al San Mateo Avery Dr 3/5/ $103,000 Brenda J Aultman et al Murray Services Inc Seabreeze Park L3 3/5/ $229,000 Darren C Jones et al Vanessa Ann Barnes et al Selva Linkside 343 Plaza 3/3/ $300,000 Nancy J Love et al Truliant Federal Credit Union Sonoma Southside 7740 Southside Bv /27/ $50,000 Roberta K Barnwell Gsaa Home Equity Trust et al Soutel Drive Homes 4023 Alfred Mill Av 3/11/ $45,000 Step Up Capital Management LLC Wells Fargo Bank N A Trustee Southern Grove 8601 Beach Bv /10/ $100 United States Gov Vet Aff Fifth Third Mortgage Company Southside Estates 3939 Bunnell Dr 3/12/ $30,000 Jin Fu Chen et al Bank Of New York Mellon Trustee Southside Estates Unit 23 L11 B2 1/1/ $124,000 Wells Fargo Bank N A Trustee et al Idalia I Zamora The Overlook Baymeadows Rd 608 3/3/ $98,000 Mark A Snow et al Kyle M Southall et al The Ctr Parcel /6/ $315,000 William A Larson Thomas S Serwatka et al The Place 311 W Ashley St 806 3/6/ $35,000 DS Properties LLC Eric Louie et al Trails At Bent Creek Sd L88 3/9/ $187,000 Jamal T Blocker et al Seda Construction Company Twinleaf At Bartram Park 6496 White Blossom Cr 3/9/ $155,000 GJS Capital Investments LLC Edward Ochotorena et al Verano Replat Ocean Mist Dr 3/13/ $144,500 Fionnuala R Georghegan et al Justin R Yarbrough et al Village Center Parcel 2 3/17/ $2,261,964 Kwik Way Inc Prem And Pooja LLC West Branch Un1 R/P L20 3/9/ $52,600 Corner Lot Properties LLC Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Westland Station 5501 Orange Park Bv 1/7/ $122, B Property Owner LLC Bank Of New York Mellon Trustee Willow Ridge Unit /24/ $45,000 As Rubin Holdings LLC Gateway Mortgage Inc Windsor Falls Unit /23/ $0 Secretary Of Housing & Urban Devel Wells Fargo Bank N A Wolf Creek Stone Pond Dr 1/5/ $0 United States Gov Vet Aff J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Na Yellow Bluff Hideaway Tisons Bluff Rd 3/17/ $279,231 Keith A Blanchard et al Providence Construction Company Yellow Bluff Hideaway Magnolia Grove Wy 3/18/ $257,900 Silvio Leon et al Providence Construction Company Provided by Financial News & Daily Record Mortgage Deeds Subdivision Address* File Bk. & Value Borrowers Lender Eunice Rd 3/20/ $141,930 Alexandra C Kehres Loandepot.com LLC 46 1N Edwards Creek Rd 3/20/ $244,000 Christopher Jesseman Et Ux Citibank Novaline Ln 3/20/ $194,085 Keith Wilkinson Et Ux Everbank Rankin Dr 3/20/ $207,275 Ronald Brazer Et Ux Peoples Bank Adams Lake Ivan Lakes Ct 3/20/ $334 Gloria White Et Vir Freedom Mtg Corp Alderman Park 1006 Glen Echo Rd 3/20/ $135,775 Clinton McIntosh Bank Of America Anniston Pines 3448 Turkey Oaks Dr W 3/20/ $237,400 Craig Jones Et Ux Home Community Mtg LLC Ardsley Terrace 4418 Worth Dr E 3/20/ $255,544 Ryan C Dollar Et Ux SWBC Mtg Corp Arlington Hills 7503 Quitina Dr 3/20/ $55,000 Richard T Jimenez Et Ux State Farm Bank Atlantic Beach 1115 Main St 3/20/ $156,975 Benjamin W Steffens Et Ux Quicken Loans Inc Bartram Springs 6262 Cherry Lake Dr 3/20/ $299,000 Brandon Hamby Et Ux J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Bay Cove Sd 9132 Bay Cove Ln 3/20/ $340,000 Janet T Hughes Et Vir Provident Funding Associates LP Bayberry 6973 Heatherton Ct 3/20/ $165,851 Titus O Durojaiye Pulte Mtg LLC Baywood 7648 Sunwood Dr 3/20/ $25,000 Ronald W Dusenberry Jr Stanley V Bonk et al Beach Homesites th Av N 3/20/ $233,200 Stephanie J Miller Et Vir Liberty Savings Bank Bowden Farms 5700 Philips Hy 3/20/ $200,000 Hisham Safar LLC Frank C Dirito Jr Trustee et al Brierwood 8916 Brierwood Rd 3/20/ $148,000 Kamal Fakhouri PNC Mortgage Brighton Bay Twin Sands Tl E 3/20/ $207,000 Robert E Carter Et Ux Stearns Lending LLC Cedar Hills Estates 6857 Peter Pan Pl 3/20/ $353,000 Michael Klink Wells Fargo Bank Cherokee Cove 2192 Cherokee Cove Tl 3/20/ $160,500 Mabior Awuol US Bank Corrientes Court 4043 Corrientes Ct S 3/20/ $113,400 Heilman Group LLC Bridgewell Capital LLC Crestwick Crossing Crestwick Dr W 3/20/ $129,012 Christopher Scott Blewer et al US Bank Deerwood 8184 Green Glade Rd 3/20/ $426,290 Sanford Ian Zimmerman Barbara Gefen Jaffe Deerwood 8320 Woodgrove Rd 3/20/ $414,000 Michael S Veniard Et Ux Wells Fargo Bank Dogwood Acres 4559 Lynda Sue Ln N 3/20/ $150,000 Wayne Reed et al Ameris Bank Dunn Creek Pointe Jenny Oak Ct 3/20/ $185,833 Lisa F Allen Et Vir Watson Mtg Corp E D Plummer Sd 2915 Heritage Tl 3/20/ $417,000 Jesse Holzer Et Ux Everbank Emerald Bay 5439 Emerald Reef Ct 3/20/ $114,000 Gwendolyn K Richardson et al Primelending Flagler Station Mahogany Av 3/20/ $209,190 Deborah Rolfe Et Vir *Buyer s Address, Usually But Not Always Address Of Property Sold Legal Description Available In Summary Form Continued on Page A-16

16 Page A-16 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Mortgage Deeds Subdivision Address* File Bk. & Value Borrowers Lender Continued from Page A-15 Freedom Mtg Corp Ft Caroline Club Estates 4154 Rogero Rd 3/20/ $147,994 Natalie M Hagat Village Capital & Investment LLC Golden Glades Fanshowe Rd 3/20/ $60,426 Amy M Brown Wells Fargo Greyfield 7768 Enderby Av E 3/20/ $80,000 Johnny Earl Collins Navy Federal Credit Union Hammock Grove Kernan Frst Bv 102 3/20/ $79,310 Martina Canada Homebridge Financial SVCS Inc Hampton Glen 3590 Hampton Glen Pl 3/20/ $159,065 Cody E Jett Et Ux American Equity Mtg Inc Hawkcrest Hawk Crest Pl 3/20/ $250,000 Jad N Hanania Et Ux Regions Bank Hawthorn 6496 Smooth Thorn Ct 3/20/ $25,000 Kimberlee N Blaker et al Bank Of America Hunters Green Apple Leaf Dr 3/20/ $205,200 Derek Blair Kelsay Et Ux SWBC Mtg Corp Hunters Ridge 4533 Antler Hill Dr E 3/20/ $178,400 Kristin Byers BBMC Mtg LLC Ibis Point 1935 Spoonbill St 3/20/ $24,000 James T Densford Sr Et Ux Community First Credit Union Jamestown Sd 2772 Settlement Dr 3/20/ $141,550 Edward K Evans Et Ux Quicken Loans Inc John T Hunters R/P 3414 Galilee Rd 3/20/ $561,000 Wells Legal Supply Inc First Citizens Bank & Trust Company Julington Forest 5357 Cregier Rd 3/20/ $0 Jeanette R Pisapia 121 Financial Credit Union Kernan Forest 1705 Hidden Forest Ln 3/20/ $218,090 Osny Chery Et Ux Navy Federal Credit Union Kernan West 706 Candlebark Dr 3/20/ $220,961 Stephen K Javier Et Ux J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Lake Forest 7982 Concord Bv W 3/20/ $192,000 Marco A Turner Et Ux Quicken Loans Inc Lake Lucina 3238 Holly Berry Ln 3/20/ $113,500 Marian E Wade Navy Federal Credit Union Lakeside Park 4318 Colonial Av 3/20/ $250,875 Katherine B Morgan Et Vir Marine Bank And Trust Nottingham Harbour 939 Staveley Dr W 3/20/ $212,798 Samuel G Gunn Et Ux Flagstar Bank Oak Bluff Estates Sand Hill Dr 3/20/ $304,718 Eugene A Hayes Et Ux Carrington Mtg Svcs LLC Old Kings Plantation 2543 King Louis Dr 3/20/ $4,235 Calvin Bernard Johnson Freedom Mtg Corp Replat Of Marshside 656 Marshview Dr 3/20/ $267,000 Allen Wescott Jacob Et Ux Loandepot.com River Point 1359 Trotters Walk Wy 3/20/ $162,418 Justin R Bischoff Et Ux Navy Federal Credit Union San Jose 3533 Via De La Reina 3/20/ $160,380 Barbara L Dell Quicken Loans Inc San Mateo Avery Dr 3/20/ $103,000 Brenda J Aultman Et Vir Navy Federal Credit Union Seabreeze Park 1461 Eastwind Dr N 3/20/ $217,550 Darren C Jones et al 1st Federal Bank Of FL Sheffield Village 3350 Ayrshire St 3/20/ $368 Lawrence F Tavares Et Ux Freedom Mtg Corp Sherwood Forest 4349 Will Scarlet Rd 3/20/ $24,912 Hall Clementinea Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel St Nicholas Park 2247 Larchmont Rd 3/20/ $79,900 Mark H Laning Et Ux Wells Fargo Bank The Sanctuary 3442 Snowy Egret Wy 3/20/ $686,000 Andrew E Harold Jr Et Ux Regions Bank Trails At Bent Creek Stanton Hills Dr E 3/20/ $183,612 Jamal T Blocker et al Plaza Home Mtg Inc University Park 5330 Golf Course Dr 3/20/ $138,620 Hassan A Bartley Et Ux Nationstar Mtg LLC Verano Replat Ocean Mist Dr 3/20/ $108,375 Fionnuala R Geoghegan Et Vir Jax Federal Credit Union Villas At Cross Creek Carriann Cove Tl S 3/20/ $110,000 Shawn T Ludlam Et Ux Navy Federal Credit Union Weston 8856 Weston Living Wy 3/20/ $216,500 Leroy McCarty Jr et al United Security Financial Corp Wolf Creek Stone Pond Dr 3/20/ $144,800 Marie E Rasmussen Navy Federal Credit Union Wynnfield Lakes Wynnfield Lakes Cr 3/20/ $53,083 Renita Strickland Et Vir Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Yellow Bluff Hideaway Tisons Bluff Rd 3/20/ $279,231 Keith A Blanchard Et Ux Everbank Yellow Bluff Hideaway Magnolia Grove Wy 3/20/ $257,900 Silvio Leon Et Ux Primelending *Buyer s Address, Usually But Not Always Address Of Property Sold Legal Description Available In Summary Form Documents Filed for Record Notice of COMMENCEMENTS Notice filed when construction valued at $2500 or more is to take place Breon Anthony Lucas for self, L2, B2, Emerald Bay, Unit 2, filed West Central Design Build LLC for You Fit LLC, 3566 Blanding Bv #3ANC, filed West Central Design Build LLC for You Fit LLC, 9244B Arlington Xy, filed Dream Finders Homes LLC for self, L36, Caney Branch, filed Home Remedies of Jacksonville Inc. for Margaret F. Craddock, L19, B2, Colonial Manor, filed Carlson Enterprises LLC for Peggy Bolchoz, L28, B4, Sheffield Village, Unit 1, filed Top Gun Roofing Inc. for Jimena M. Rodriguez, 3449 Uphill Te, filed James Canepa for Johnny Cash & Carla, L2, B2, Country Creek, Unit 1, filed Homewise Improvement for Charles Wyatt, Reginald Dr, filed Reese s Roofing for Linda Rainey, L12, B8, Venetia, Sec 1, filed Carlson Enterprises LLC for Xie Li Jun, Chapelgate Ln, filed Excel Roofing Contractors Inc. for Anna Kaupuzh, L2, Egret Point, filed Roger & Williams Building & Roofing Contractors for Donald Naher, 4515 Singletary Rd, filed Pro Jax Roofing for Azov Sea LLC, 1718 Chandelier Cr E, filed Pro Jax Roofing for Shirley Simmons, 3105 Swooping Willow Ct W, filed MCM Builders for Rawn J. White & Renita L., L24, B2, Jacksonville Ranch Club, filed RoofMax Corp. for Michael Ricker, 2349 Bayview Rd, filed Arwood Demolition for Anita M. Tingley, 6945 Dongalla Ct, filed Arwood Demolition for Peter A. Scherbel, 3570 Grassy Ride Dr, filed Patriot Roofing Services Inc. for Kelly Barton, Viddalia Ct, filed Elemental Construction for Shannon Robeson & Philip, L73, Meadow Lakes, filed Tecta America Southeast LLC for Eclipse Opis RE Riverwood LLC, Farm 10, Love Grove Farms, filed AJ Wells Roofing & Construction Inc. for Neil Pinto, 8605 Crooked Tree Dr, filed Maxxim Construction for Henry Reitzel, 4925 Ortega Hills Dr, filed Christine Johnson for self, 1392 Ellis Trace Dr W, filed Top Gun Roofing Inc. for Carolyn L. Ford, 3943 Cedar Cove Ln, filed Florida Air Service & Engineering for Isle of Palms UMC, 1821 San Pablo Rd, filed Summit Construction Group LLC for Diane K. Ludwig, L3,4, B68, Ortega Terrace, filed David W. Garey Inc. for Beamon Louis Kendall & Laurel W., L2, The Woods, Unit XI-A, filed Excel Roofing Contractors Inc. for Tanya Seymour, L8, B9, Holly Oaks Forest, filed Dream Finders Homes LLC for self, L45, Caney Branch, filed Dream Finders Homes LLC for self, L47, Caney Branch, filed HuCo Construction Services Inc. for Richard Mack, Edgemore Dr, filed VQuest Construction Services Inc. for Elite Jax Investors LLC, 2044 W 11th St, filed Top Gun Roofing Inc. for Lance A. Pratt, 3049 Front Rd, filed McIntyre, Elwell & Strammer for Publix Supermarkets Inc., L1-10, B51, Riverside, filed Southern Coast Roofing & Construction for ROUTEM LLC, 2159 Forest Gate Dr E, filed Southern Coast Roofing & Construction Inc. for Irina Surgutskaya, Ashbrook Cr S, filed K&D Roofing & Construction Co. Inc. for Neil Sevintuna, 3986 Cattail Pond Cr W, filed James Eden for Scott Rae, L3,4, B17, Atlantic Shores, Unit 1, filed K&D Roofing & Construction Inc. for Irene Stromberg, L8, River Point, Unit 10, filed Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Church of the Living God, 68 Jackson Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, filed D&D Roofing LLC for Volunteers of America, 1800 Danese Ct, filed K&D Roofing & Construction Co. Inc. for Evelyn Olschner, L153, Riverbrook at Glen Kernan, Unit 4, filed All Seasons Roofing of N Florida for Rafael Garcia, L16, B6, Cedar Hills, Unit 2, filed CNR Roofing for Travis Ligon, 66 W 7th St, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, filed Great White Construction for Susan Ellen Tanner, Basalt Dr, filed Great White Construction for Tran Hong, Fall Creek Dr W, filed Builders Trust Construction for 3103 Trust, L52,53, B16, Biltmore No. 2, filed WCI Group Inc. for Amanda Southwood & Herford, 4066 Ferrarra St, filed Florida Georgia Windows & Doors Inc. for Robert Lisandrillo & Michelle, L62, Timber Creek Plantation No. 1, filed Remodeling Etc. Inc. for Steven Culbreath, L28, B1, The Hills, filed Huntington Chapin for Amy Groshell, L9, Blk D9, Ponte Vedra, Unit 2, filed Collis Roofing Inc. for James Peace, 1548 Alexandria Pl S, filed RoofMax Corp. for Robert Smith, Tract B, Dodson s R/P, filed Heckard s Door for Christopher Poarch, Big Band Ct, filed Sunshine Coast Construction for Don Jacobs & Dorothy M., 1330 Pinewood Rd, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250, filed LIENS A legal claim placed against property for another satisfaction of alleged debt or duty. Includes lien number, person or company holding lien, debtor, amount of lien, date filed. UF HEALTH JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Linette Barron, $453, Victoria Burnette, $4, Janna Cox, $28, Joyce Wilburn, $430, Stephen P. Wright, $267, Bronston Hamilton, $137, Adrian Arandavitela, $506, Sherwan Ibrahim, $61, Anthony J. Davis, $58, James Ray Smith, $936, MEMORIAL HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Nilsa Molina, $1, Sylvbia Lorana Dunivan, $248, Preston Drewill Anderson, $5, Patti Ann Mertz, $1, Justin Page Snider, $2, Tanya Lynn Dennis, $1, Edgewater at Deercrek Homeowners Association Inc. Jessie M. Spires, Jr. & Cheryl C., $10,924.56, filed UF HEALTH JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Joe Rivers, $3, Samantha Lynissa Haymen, $10, Samantha Lynissa Haymen, $9, HAMMOCK GROVE ASSOCIATION INC. VS: FILED Jason A. Clark & Allison, $2, Mary Wurst, $2, Los Prados Condominium No. 1 Inc. Mary Ann Bacon, $21,613.36, filed Lumber Unlimited D.L. Davis Construction et al, $2,019.39, filed Parkview Ridge Owners Association Inc. Gesley Baldassare & Frank, $915.72, filed UF HEALTH JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Enrique Cintron, $17, Ashley Sztybel, $15, Beverly Ann Freeney, $7, Felicia Daniels, $5, Derrin Evans, $2, Jamal Hirezi, $830, Emmanuel Stitts, $12, Tyrone Lee, $10, Cristina A. Robinson, $48, Mary Evelyn Kellam, $10, Sharon M. Bassie, $8, Julia Young, $32, Tracy Michelle Tukes, $10, Donna Garland, $7, Roderick Johnson, $11, Katherine Height, $4, Constance Katsafanas, $2, Gerald Kimble, $8, James Kreis, $39, Charles Kulbacki, $6, James Maddox, $10, Kellen Moore, $99, DEERWOOD PARK NORTH OWNERS ASSOCIATION Inc. VS: FILED Deerwood Park Owners Association Tinseltown Partners LLC, $12, South Beach Land Investments Inc., $1, SWEETWATER BY DEL WEBB MASTER HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION Inc. VS: FILED Elizabeth Slawitschka, $1, Joann Amway, $ The Tides Condominium at Sweetwater by Del Webb Association Inc. Joann Amway, $560.50, filed Willow Ridge Condo Association Inc. David Lopatosky, $1,617.55, filed Verano Homeowners Association Inc. The Palms Group LLC, $784.02, filed Willow Ridge Condo Association Inc. Tsehay A. Kilgore, $1,346.88, filed Satisfaction of LIENS Filing shows that debt has been paid and lien on property has been removed Skycap Roofing Inc. to James Densford & Ronda, , filed Clary & Associates Inc. to Dominion Inc. et al, , filed Monterey at Beach Boulevard Condominium Association Inc. to Robert Riviere & Beatrice D., , filed Parkview Ridge Owners Association Inc. to Ervin Thomas & Felicia, , filed White Oak Trail Homeowners Association Inc. to Julio Bosa & Maria, , filed Victoria Pointe Homeowners Association Inc. to George L. Bennett & Myra M., , filed Victoria Preserve Homeowners Association Inc. to Troy Hall, , filed St. Ives of Jacksonville Homeowners Association Inc. to Trimaine C. Williams, , filed Final JUDGMENTS Court decision that debt exists and amount owed Razor Capital LLC Bridget A. Grimes, $9,929.34, filed Hilco Receivables LLC Keith A. Adams, $3,086.40, filed Razor Capital LLC Daniel F. Miller, $2,325.04, filed CAVALRY SPV I LLC VS: FILED Shawn Y. Putnam, $1, Robert T. Stovall, $2, Stephanie L. Ferguson, $1, LIS PENDENS Notice filed that title of certain property is in litigation and is in danger of being bound by adverse judgment. Judgment has not yet taken place but property is under constraint Bank of America John H. Crews et ux & Marjorie Crews Cox et al, L25, B2, Hanna Boutross S/D, filed Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. William M. Albert & Lisa A. Brassfield et al, Tract 2-4, B2, Jacksonville Heights, filed RWLS II LLC the unknown spouse, heirs, creditors, devisees, benficiaries, grantees, assignees, lienors, trustees & all other parties claiming an interest by, through, under or against the Estate of Sandy Harrell, Jr.; Celeste Harrell et al, L1, Pickett s S/D, filed Wells Fargo Bank Leo R. McStine & Charlene M. et al, Sec 38, T1N, R26E, filed Fannie Mae Jeffrey W. Croom, Mary E. Staub-Croom & Katherine M. Croom; Curtis Harell & Ann et al, L14H, Wolf Creek, filed

17 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page B-1 BusiNess Leads BUILDING PERMITS Key to abbreviations SFH - Single Family Home MFH - Multi Family Home APT - Apartment STO - Store OB - Office Building GAR - Garage MH - Mobile Home IND - Industrial Building Continued from Page a-13 b , All Pro Enclosures, Inc. for Marie Precurato, Shell beach Trl, 32246, accessory building, single family, $8,000 b , All Pro Enclosures, Inc. for Robert brown, 3771 Saltmeadow Ct S, 32224, accessory building, single family, $8,200 b , Cowboy s East Coast Const. Inc. for Pecan Park Marketplace Investors Ltd, 614 Pecan Park Rd, 32218, alterations & repairs, amusement recreation, $15,000 b , Cowboy s East Coast Const. Inc. for Patrick North, 1640 Swimming Salmon Pl S, 32225, alterations & repairs, single family, $1,000 b , burkhalter Wrecking Inc for Jan Jones, 3505 Sunnyside dr, 32207, demolition, single family, $15,145 b , C. Zornes builders, Inc for Mpi/ Mandarin Center Inc, Old St Augustine Rd 0123, 32257, alterations & repairs, stores, mercantile, $18,400 b , Wittco Custom builders, Inc. for Wittco Construction, 1274 Glen Laura Rd, 32205, new building, single family, $170,000 b , k b Home Jacksonville LLC for kb Home Jacksonville LLC, Christine Marie Ct, 32225, new building, single family, $170,000 b , d. R. Horton for d R Horton, bareback dr, 32234, new building, single family, $250,000 b , d. R. Horton for d R Horton, baxter Creek dr, 32218, new building, single family, $120,000 b , d. R. Horton for d R Horton, baxter Creek dr, 32218, new building, single family, $120,000 b , d. R. Horton for d R Horton, bareback dr, 32234, new building, single family, $120,000 b , d. R. Horton for d R Horton, 8254 Golden bamboo dr, 32219, new building, single family, $120,000 b , Marcus Allen Homes Inc for Arh financial, LLC, 4413 Hunterston La, 0, alterations & repairs, single family, $15,000 b , Mattamy Homes for Mattamy Partnership, 110 White Marsh dr, 32081, new building, single family, $151,600 b , Westower Communications Inc. for Jea-jacksonville Electric Authority, 7730 Merrill Rd Ct04, 32211, alterations & repairs, utilities, $90,000 b , belmar Contractors, Inc. for Edwards beach, LLC., 4556 french St, 32205, alterations & repairs, single family, $23,750 b , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, Tisons bluff Rd, 32218, new building, single family, $205,000 b , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, baxter Creek dr, 32218, new building, single family, $154,400 b , danis builders, LLC for Jb dupont Center, LLC, 122 Join us for the April Luncheon Speaker: Bob Fischer Youngest living Holocaust survivor in Jacksonville endured Theresienstadt prison camp. Hear his story of triumph. Learn how the lessons of the Holocaust affect society today. Accept the burden to never forget the evil that occured. Thursday, April 9 Doors open at 11:45 a.m., begins promptly at Noon The River Club 1 Independent Dr. Downtown Jacksonville Pay as you go members: $25 Non-members: $28 (cash or check only) RSVP no later than April 3rd via website at jwla.org. beam Rd, 32257, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, San Jose blvd, 32223, n/a, new, $100 R , Thrift Roofing LLC for America futunetech Inc., 5927 Renault dr W, 32244, existing building, single family, $7,080 R , Thrift Roofing LLC for Lucille Morrison, 3807 Canal St N, 32209, existing building, single family, $12,760 R , Graston Roofing Co Inc. for Peggy Wilson, 3961 Chestwood Ave, 32277, existing building, single family, $10,312 R , Shore Roofing Company for Catherine Lawson, 2530 Stern dr S, 32233, existing building, single family, $5,660 R , brc High Tech Roof div. Inc. for Jennifer Nelson, Cobblefield Cir N, 32224, existing building, single family, $8,300 R , Property Owner for Madyson Holden, 1834 Live Oak dr, 32246, existing building, single family, $260 R , Jack C. Wilson Roofing Company for donald Owens, 8030 Carlotta Rd S, 32211, existing building, single family, $2,345 R , burger Roofing Company for brenda Onur, 2904 Madrid Ave E, 32217, existing building, single family, $12,200 R , bill Watson Construction Inc for Sharon Johns, Cannes St, 32224, existing building, single family, $9,100 R , Libert Homes Inc for Larry batton, 5322 Appleton Ave, 32210, existing building, single family, $4,750 R , Libert Homes Inc for dennis Tucker, 2361 foxhaven dr E, 32224, existing building, single family, $13,630 R , Libert Homes Inc for Tammy Major, Olivewood Ln, 32256, mobile home, other, $6,325 R , Libert Homes Inc for Sarah Starkey, 1037 Old Hickory Rd, 32207, existing building, single family, $6,975 R , Libert Homes Inc for Michael Hurley, 8851 Chambore dr, 32256, existing building, single family, $6,975 R , Libert Homes Inc for Raymond Ashby, Steeding Horse dr, 32257, existing building, single family, $9,375 R , Libert Homes Inc for Laverne Spriggs, 8317 Mistwood Cir N, 32244, existing building, single family, $8,215 R , Great White Construction Inc. for Thomas beard, 3368 Tennis Hills Ln, 32277, existing building, single family, $10,175 R , Great White Construction Inc. for Sergey Nekrasov, Caroline Crest dr, 32225, existing building, single family, $8,486 R , Stonebridge Construction Services LLC for Standard Pacific Homes, 3190 Lucena Ln, 32246, new building, other, $5,000 R , Stonebridge Construction Services LLC for Patsy Reynolds, 1608 Paradela Pl, 32221, mobile home, single family, $4,860 R , Southern Coast Roofing s Court At Windsor Park, Richmond Park dr N, 32224, existing R , Southern Coast Roofing Court At Windsor Parke, Richmond Park dr N, 32224, existing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roof- 1 hour CLE (ethics) pending Ocean St N, 32202, tenant build-out, office, bank, professional, $239,793 b , Advantage Home builders, Inc for Jacqueline Gbiesemer, 1207 bernita St, 32211, demolition, single family, $3,800 b , Garden City Pools & Spas Inc for Joseph Navoy, 1631 Peachtree Cir N, 32207, swimming pool, single family, $11,714 b , Allstate Custom Contracting Inc for dakota Asset Services LLC, Steeding Horse dr, 32257, siding installation/repair, single family, $1,000 b , All Seasons Pool Svc, Inc. for Refik besic, 2852 Coachman Lakes Ct, 32246, swimming pool, single family, $33,971 b , Leon C Martin Inc for T belcher Inc, 6237 Syringa Ln, 32211, new building, single family, $64,000 b , Leon C Martin Inc for Hoose Homes And Investments, 3534 dellwood Ave, 32205, new building, single family, $64,000 b , fasanelli Construction Inc for City Of Jacksonville, 2850 Hodges blvd, 32246, accessory building, amusement recreation, $4,500 b , Pwd-orlando, Inc. dba Pella Windows And doors for Michael Viessman, kennedy Ln, 32223, window/door replacement, single family, $907 b , field Renovation Specialists, LLC. for John J & Patricia M Petherbridge, 3947 Sarah brooke Ct, 32277, alterations & repairs, single family, $2,975 b , Jwb Construction Group LLC for Hoose Homes And Investments LLC, 3534 dellwood Ave, 32205, demolition, single family, $5,000 b , Gabler brothers, Inc for Rhino s Pizza, Inc d.b.a. domino s Pizza, 7020 beach blvd, 32216, alterations & repairs, restaurants, $55,287 b , Titanium florda LLC for South East Premier Properties, 7918 Manata St, 32217, alterations & repairs, single family, $12,480 b , Titanium florda LLC for dccf Investments, 7033 bonnie brae Ln, 32210, alterations & repairs, single family, $8,750 S , d & R Signs Inc. for Joyce kimball, 2000 Hendricks Ave 0004, 32207, n/a, new, $975 S , Watson Reality Corp for Sue Ann decker, Atlantic blvd, 32225, n/a, new, $30 S , Novel Signs Inc for M Ronald Culbreth for dedar Hills Consolidated LLC, 3566 blanding blvd, 32210, n/a, new, $1,850 S , Novel Signs Inc for Tom Vetter, 9244 Arlington Expy, 32225, n/a, new, $1,850 S , Thompson Awning & Shutter Co. for deco Partnership LLC, 1988 San Marco blvd, 32207, n/a, new, $825 S , Thompson Awning & Shutter Co. for deco Partnership LLC, 1988 San Marco blvd, 32207, n/a, new, $825 S , License Not Required for Car Spa. Inc., 9715 Atlantic blvd, 32225, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, San Jose blvd, 32223, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, 1620 Naldo Ave, 32207, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, 1524 University blvd W, 32217, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, 9559 baymeadows Rd, 32256, n/a, new, $100 S , License Not Required for Hagan Ace Hardware, 4295 Suning R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing R , Southern Coast Roofing building, other, $2,100 R , Southern Coast Roofing building, other, $2,350 R , Southern Coast Roofing building, other, $26,000 R , Southern Coast Roofing building, other, $2,100 R , Southern Coast Roofing & Construction Inc for Mary davis, 5173 Horse Track dr N, 32257, existing building, single family, $6,000 R , Southern Coast Roofing building, other, $1,800 R , Carlson Enterprises LLC. for Susan Roberts, 5617 Astrid dr, 32244, existing building, single family, $8,453 R , Compass builders & Renovators Inc. for Gloria Evans, 9643 Carbondale dr W, 32208, existing building, single family, $4,150 R , Romano brothers Roofing Inc for Cang Quach, 5002 kerle St, 32205, existing building, stores, mercantile, $7,900 R , Townsend Roofing And Construction Services, Inc. for deborah Alford, 4403 Jiggermast Ave, 32277, existing building, single family, $8,500 R , Townsend Roofing And Construction Services, Inc. for Maria Sease, Sherborne Cir N, 32225, existing building, single family, $15,270 R , A.j. Wells Roofing And Construction, Inc. for Ernest faivre, Sedgemoore dr W, 32223, existing building, single family, $16,000 R , A.j. Wells Roofing And Construction, Inc. for bryan Waites, 9914 Orchard Hills Rd, 32256, existing building, single family, $19,000 R , A.j. Wells Roofing And Construction, Inc. for first Coast Properties Of Jacksonville Inc, 5651 Colcord Ave, 32211, existing building, single family, $10,000 R , dubo Roofing Co for Jesse Grano, 2024 Art Museum dr, 32207, existing building, duplex, $4,500 R , Poe Enterprises Construction LLC for Vinetta Phillippi, 526 Oglethorpe Rd, 32216, existing building, single family, $8,000 R , Ron Russell Roofing Inc for debra Hovey, 7912 Patou dr S, 32210, existing building, single family, $4,800 R , Hanson Roofing, Inc. for dorthy Jackson, 7552 Wheat Rd, 32244, existing building, single family, $5,960 R , k&d Roofing & Construction Co Inc for barry Wright, 7793 Enderby Ave E, 32244, existing building, single family, $6,691 R , Excel Roofing Contractors, Inc. for dennis Morrel, 8034 denham Rd E, 32208, existing building, single family, $2,100 R , Top Gun Roofing Inc. for Hunter brant, 2742 Woolery dr, 32211, other, single family, $7,560 R , Top Gun Roofing Inc. for Hunter brant, 1246 Lamanto Ave E, 32211, other, single family, $8,980 R , All South Roofing Co for kay Seth, 6728 Arques Rd, 32205, existing building, single family, $7,350 R , Paul davis Restoration Of N.f. for daniel Clower, 5535 Weller Ave, 32211, existing building, single family, $9,900 R , John Gilmore Roofing, Inc. for Andy Anderson, 7450 Wilson bv 0002, 0, mobile home, single family, $4,775 R , Axiom Contractors, Inc. for Sam s Auto, 5506 Phillips Hwy, 32207, existing building, service station, repair garage, $24,000 R , d & d Roofing for Ricky bullard, 1030 Perkins Pl, 32221, existing building, single family, $6,670 R , Red Stag Contracting Inc. for Rose Capital Hg Ventures LLC, 1534 Peachtree Cir S, 32207, other, single family, $8,843 R , Priority building & Roofing Contractors LLC for Gulsiani Group Of Companies Ltd, 763 Gardenia Ln, 32208, existing building, single family, $3,000 Continued on Page B-2

18 Page B-2 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record NOTICE The St. Johns River Water Management District (District) gives notice of receipt of the following permit application(s): Florida Department of Transportation, 1109 S Marion Ave, Lake City, FL application # The project is located in Duval County, Sections: 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 26 and 27, Township: 2 South, Range: 23 East, and includes acres. The Environmental Resource Permit application is for construction of a stormwater management system to serve a project known as Baldwin Bypass. The file(s) containing the permit application(s) are available for inspection Monday through Friday, except for District holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the District s Headquarters, 4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL You may also view files at one of the District s Service Centers, but you should call Service Center staff in advance to make sure that the files are at a specific Service Center. Additionally, most permit application file documents can be viewed online at floridas water.com/permitting/index.html. The decision on permit applications will be made at the District s Service Center where the application is processed (if the application is approved) or by the Governing Board (if the application is recommended for denial). You are advised to notify the District within 14 days of this notice if you have questions, objections, comments, or information regarding the activity proposed in the permit application. Please direct your correspondence to Bureau Chief, Bureau of Regulatory Support, P.O. Box 1429, Palatka, FL , or by at and include either the Permit Application number or the Project Name. If you make a written request to the District for additional information regarding a specific permit application, you will be furnished with the information available at that time. Please note that filing a written objection does not entitle you to a Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, administrative hearing. Notice of District Decision or Intended District Decision will be provided to persons who have requested individual notice. A request for individual Notice of District Decision or Intended District Decision on the application must be received by the District s Bureau Chief, Bureau of Regulatory Support prior to the date such Notice is generated. Margaret Daniels, Bureau Chief Bureau of Regulatory Support St. Johns River Water Management District 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL (386) Apr ( ) Business Leads BUILDING PERMITS Key to Abbreviations SFH - Single Family Home MFH - Multi Family Home APT - Apartment STO - Store OB - Office Building GAR - Garage MH - Mobile Home IND - Industrial Building Continued from Page B-1 R , Priority Building & Roofing Contractors LLC for Usa Homes Properties, 3323 Penton St, 32209, existing building, single family, $1,500 R , Priority Building & Roofing Contractors LLC for Usa Homes Properties, 2562 Rickenbacker St, 32209, existing building, single family, $2,350 R , Roofmax Corp. for Shawn Richards, 1232 Blue Eagle Trl Catv, 32225, existing building, single family, $17,496 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Cynthia Brunner, Greenland Oaks Dr, 32258, existing building, single family, $12,573 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Phyllis Lilly, 4033 Clearwater Oaks Dr, 32223, existing building, single family, $15,500 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Alice Cassada, 7981 Copperfield Cir S, 32244, existing building, single family, $7,730 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Ezzard Lamison, 5514 Alexis Forest Ln, 32258, existing building, single family, $12,383 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Jay Taylor, 139 Nitram Ave, 32211, existing building, single family, $7,135 R , J & M Roofing Services Inc for Nhut Nguyen, 5715 Hickson Rd, 32207, existing building, single family, $8,230 R , Vquest Construction Services Inc for Edward Safar, 1715 Sefa Cir E, 32210, existing building, single family, $7,000 civil action CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-F WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees or other claimants claiming by, through, under or against w.j. whitaker also known as wiley j. whitaker also known as wiley JACk whitaker also known as w. JACk whitaker, deceased, et al., TO: The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees Or Other Claimants Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against W.J. Whitaker Also Known As Wiley J. Whitaker Also Known As Wiley Jack Whitaker Also Known As W. Jack Whitaker, Deceased Residence Unknown Any And All Unknown Parties Claiming By, Through, Under, And Against The Herein Named Individual Who Are Not Known To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Said Unknown Parties May Claim An Interest As Spouses, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Or Other Claimants Residence Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Duval County, Florida: Lot Four (4), Block Five (5), University Park, Unit Four- A (4-A), According To The Plat Thereof Recorded In Plat Book 33, Page 3, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, Florida A/K/A 4038 Grissom Drive, Jacksonville, FL has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses within thirty (30) days after the first publication, if any, on Kelley Kronenberg, Plaintiff s attorney, whose address is 1511 N. Westshore Blvd., Ste. 400, Tampa, FL 33607, or e-service address is kronenberg.com and file the original with this Court either before service on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition. This notice shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the Financial News & Daily Record. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this 1st day of April, By: Alice V. Griffin Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW According to Florida Statute NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Fictitious Name of ASK JIM HANDYMAN SERVICES located at Carowinds Court, in the City of Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Department of State, Tallahassee, Dated at Jacksonville, Florida, this 2nd day of April, JAMES R. STATON Apr ( ) OF FLORIDA, DUVAL COUNTY CASE NO.: CA DIVISION FC-A WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., CHARLES H. GIBSON, GIA GIBSON, HARBOR WINDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., REGIONS BANK F/K/A MERCANTILE BANK, HERI- TAGE PROPANE HOLDINGS, INC. D/B/A SAWYER GAS, AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS, Notice is hereby given pursuant to Final Judgment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this cause on March 23, 2015, in the Circuit Court of Duval County, Florida, I will sell the property situated in Duval County, Florida, described as: Lot 351, Harbor Winds Unit Two, According To The Map Or Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 50, Pages 90, 90A, 90B, 90C, 90D And 90E, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, and commonly known as: York Harbor Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32225; including the building, appurtenances, and fixtures located therein, at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at: on the 11th day of May, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Any persons claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED this 1st day of April, Lindsay M. Alvarez Kass Shuler, P.A N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL Telephone: (813) (Attorney) Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) R , Bigfoot Roofing & Construction, Inc for Angelia Savage, 1567 Nottingham Knoll Dr, 32225, existing building, single family, $13,396 R , Bigfoot Roofing & Construction, Inc for Angelia Savage, Bromley Point Dr, 32225, existing building, single family, $17,353 R , Turnkey Construction & Maintenance Inc. for Sandra Shae, 3460 Charmont Dr, 32277, existing building, single family, $14,589 R , Turnkey Construction & Maintenance Inc. for Adriana Knapova, 434 Kelly Cove Ln, 32225, existing building, single family, $9,925 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for James Mcmillan, 3573 Caroline Vale Blvd, 32277, existing building, single family, $8,374 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Francis Eunice, 8022 Almar Pl, 32208, existing building, single family, $10,636 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Alicia Meeker, 2548 Phyllis St, 32204, existing building, single family, $5,650 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Danica Djuric, 1066 Nelson St, 32205, existing building, single family, $4,000 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Randall Sherrin, Nandina Ln, 32246, existing building, single family, $9,070 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for John Creatura, Locren Rd, 32246, existing building, single family, $12,148 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Frank Filacchione, Banyan Tree Dr, 32258, existing building, single family, $14,712 R , Alta Land & Contract Inc for Donald Graham, 3542 Penton St, 32209, existing building, single family, $10,626 R , Aaa Roofmasters, Inc. for James Adams, 4101 Harbour Woods Rd W, 32225, other, single family, $12,571 B , Dana B Kenyon Company for Sea Star Lines, Inc., 5250 William Mills St, 32226, other, other, $1,500,000 B , Property Owner for Grace And Truth Cdc, 846 Broxton St, 32208, accessory building, church, other religious, $1,200 B , Lifetime Enclosures Inc for Sherry Gregory, 722 Oaks Field Rd, 32211, addition, single family, $10,328 B , Lifetime Enclosures Inc for Larry Eminger, Flynn Rd, 32223, addition, single family, $25,688 B , Joe W Mange Company for Julia Stark, 925 Elder Ln, 32207, alterations & repairs, single family, $116,368 B , Hygema House Movers Inc. for Nicholas Jorge, 1389 Wolfe St, 32205, alterations & repairs, single family, $6,250 B , Hygema House Movers Inc. for Carolyn Gentry, 6338 San Jose Blvd W, 32217, alterations & repairs, single family, $9,100 B , D. R. Horton for D R Horton, Baxter Creek Dr, 32218, new building, single family, $120,000 B , D. R. Horton for D R Horton, Bareback Dr, 32234, new building, single family, $120,000 B , Cupecoy Construction, Inc. for Mark Norton, 1217 Ingleside Ave, 32205, addition, single family, $120,000 B , Cupecoy Construction, Inc. for Audrey Bamping, 5403 Little Acres Ln, 32210, alterations & repairs, single family, $2,000 PUBLIC NOTICE The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will require the services of a vendor to provide RFB No DPF CLEANING SYSTEM. All interested can contact the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Procurement Division, 121 West Forsyth Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida or to request a copy of the Bid. Deadline for questions regarding the plans and/or specifications is 12:00 P.M. April 22, Questions must be submitted in writing to The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages expressions of interest for the described services from Disadvantaged Business Enterprises. Replies must be delivered either in person to the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Receptionist Desk Administration Building, RFB No West Forsyth Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, or mailed to Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Administration Building, Attn: Receptionist Desk, RFB No Post Office Drawer 0, Jacksonville, Florida Bids must be received no later than 2:00 P.M., May 7th, Apr ( ) GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-D U.S. Bank National Association, as trustee, successor in interest to Wachovia Bank, N.A., as trustee for Chase Funding Mortgage Loan Asset-Backed Certificates, Series , Michael D. Godby; Marvin Godby; Dawn Godby; Unknown Spouse Of Michael D. Godby; Unknown Spouse Of Marvin E. Godby; Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2, dated March 5, 2015, entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida, wherein U.S. Bank National Association, as trustee, successor in interest to Wachovia Bank, N.A., as trustee for Chase Funding Mortgage Loan Asset-Backed Certificates, Series is the Plaintiff and Michael D. Godby; Marvin Godby; Dawn Godby; Unknown Spouse Of Michael D. Godby; Unknown Spouse Of Marvin E. Godby; Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2 are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash by electronic sale at: beginning at 11:00 a.m., on the 28th day of April, 2015, the following described property, as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lots 7 And 8, Block 11-A, Oakwood Villa Estates, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 8, Pages 23, 24 And 25, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, surplus from the sale, if any other than lis pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED this 1st day of April, a Please contact the ADA Coordinator 1695 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are Brock & Scott, PLLC 1501 N.W. 49th Street, Suite 200 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) B , Excel Roofing Contractors, Inc. for Bold Homes LLC, 3854 Park St, 32205, alterations & repairs, single family, $500 B , Crown Pool Cleaning Inc for Doug Maier, Hunt Club Rd N, 32224, swimming pool, single family, $25,000 B , Built On Site Sheds, LLC. for Al Hernandez, 8524 Staplehurst Dr W, 32244, accessory building, single family, $3,000 B , Sport Nobles Construction Inc. for Midtown Centre, LLC, 1851 Executive Center Dr, 32207, alterations & repairs, office, bank, professional, $68,911 B , Drees Homes Of Florida Inc. for Drees Homes Of Fl, Inc, 1484 Royal Dornoch Dr, 32221, new building, single family, $192,880 PUBLIC NOTICE The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will require the services of a vendor to provide RFP No. P Construction Engineering and Inspection Services for Old St. Augustine Rd./Greenland Rd. Right- Turn Slip Lane. All interested can contact the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Procurement Division, 121 West Forsyth Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida or to request a copy of the Proposal. Deadline for questions regarding the plans and/or specifications is 12:00 P.M., April 15, Questions must be submitted in writing to The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages expressions of interest for the described services from Disadvantaged Business Enterprises. Replies must be delivered either in person to the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Receptionist Desk Administration Building, RFP No. P West Forsyth Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, or mailed to Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Administration Building, Attn: Receptionist Desk, RFP No. P Post Office Drawer 0, Jacksonville, Florida Proposals must be received no later than 2:00 p.m., April 24, Apr ( ) CASE NO CA SUN WEST MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC., Unknown Spouse, Heirs, beneficiaries, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees And All Other Parties Claiming An Interest By, Through, Under Or Against The Estate Of helen edwards aka helen h. edwards aka helen harford edwards, deceased; et al., TO: Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Beneficiaries, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees And All Other Parties Claiming An Interest By, Through, Under Or Against The Estate Of Helen Edwards aka Helen H. Edwards aka Helen Harford Edwards, Deceased 4703 Gemini Drive North Jacksonville, FL AND TO: All persons claiming an interest by, through, under, or against the aforesaid. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to Foreclose a Mortgage on the following described property located in Duval County, Florida: Lot 10, San Clerc, As Per Plat Thereof, Recorded In Plat Book 33, Page 24, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to this action on Greenspoon Marder, P.A., Default Department,, whose address is Trade Centre South, Suite 700, 100 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, and file the original with the Clerk within 30 days after the first publication of this notice in the Financial News & Daily Record; otherwise a default and a judgment may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 31st day of March, By: Alice V. Griffin Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) B , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, Baxter Creek Dr, 32218, new building, single family, $186,800 B , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, Baxter Creek Dr, 32218, new building, single family, $154,400 B , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, Baxter Creek Dr, 32218, new building, single family, $287,000 B , Lennar Homes, LLC for Lennar Homes, LLC, 1159 Ballard Ridge Rd, 32211, new building, single family, $205,000 Continued on Page B-3

19 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page B-3 CASE NO.: CA DIVISION FC-A THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, F/K/A, THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS SUC- CESSOR IN INTEREST TO BANK ONE, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR STRUCTURED ASSET SECURITIES CORPORATION, MORT- GAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- CATES, SERIES 1999-SP1, HUBERT DALE ROGERS, Notice is given that, in accordance with the Default Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 24, 2015, in the above-styled cause, the Duval County Clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash beginning at 11:00 a.m. at: on the 11th day of May, 2015, the following described property: Lot 3, Block 18, Duval City, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 6, Page 9 Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, Property Address: Majestic Court, Jacksonville, FL lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED: April 1, 2015 Ward Damon Posner Pheterson & Bleau Attention: Elisabeth Porter, Esq Beacon Circle West Palm Beach, FL Primary (Attorneys) Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) Business Leads BUILDING PERMITS Key to Abbreviations SFH - Single Family Home MFH - Multi Family Home APT - Apartment STO - Store OB - Office Building GAR - Garage MH - Mobile Home IND - Industrial Building Continued from Page B-2 B , The Palace Co. for Alexander Cross, 2417 Una Dr, 32216, alterations & repairs, single family, $350 B , Carolina Carports Inc. for Warner Singleton, 3620 Grant Owens Rd, 32216, accessory building, carports, $1,053 B , Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida for Maronda Homes Inc Of Fl, 1569 Paso Fino Dr, 32218, new building, single family, $95,683 B , Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida for Maronda Homes Inc Of Fl, Lexington Park Blvd, 32218, new building, single family, $95,683 B , Preferred Aluminum Of Florida, Inc. for Nicholas Vaillette, Ingle Ln, 32223, accessory building, single family, $6,500 B , K C Petroleum, Inc. for Julian Jackson Prop., Phillips Hwy, 32256, addition, stores, mercantile, $72,899 B , Paul Davis Restoration Of N.f. for Tyrone Jones, 2002 Monteau Dr, 32210, alterations & repairs, single family, $66,760 B , Alpha & Omega Bldrs Of Jax. for Susie Simpo, 4000 Kelly St, 32207, demolition, single family, $4,000 B , Claddagh Constructors Inc. for Bkf Of Jacksonville, LLC, 5772 Mining Ter, 32257, alterations & repairs, industrial, $2,485 B , Miracle Windows & Sunrooms Inc for Ernie Busack, 4725 Lofty Pines Cir E, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $5,706 B , Miracle Windows OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA DUVAL COUNTY CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-D NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, BENEFI- CIARIES AND ALL OTHER CLAIM- ANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST BERTHA L. MOORE A/K/A BERTHA MOORE, DECEASED, et al., TO: Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees, Beneficiaries And All Other Claimants Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Bertha L. Moore a/k/a bertha Moore, Deceased Whose residence is/are Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your answer or written defenses, if any, in the above proceeding with the Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff s attorney, Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204 King Palm Drive, Tampa, FL , telephone (813) , facsimile (813) , within thirty days of the first publication of this Notice, the nature of this proceeding being a suit for foreclosure of mortgage against the following described property, to wit: Lot 2, Block 2, Carver Manor Unit No. 7, According To Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 34, Pages 30 And 30A, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, If you fail to file your response or answer, if any, in the above proceeding with the Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff s attorney, Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204 King Palm Drive, Tampa, FL , telephone (813) , facsimile (813) , within thirty days of the first publication of this Notice, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition. DATED at Duval County this 31st day of March, By: Alice V. Griffin Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) & Sunrooms Inc for Ron Jackson, Summer Haven Blvd N, 32258, window/door replacement, single family, $8,060 B , Mercedes Premier Homes, LLC for Mercedes Premirer Homes, LLC., 3091 Vista Wood Dr, 32226, new building, single family, $239,400 B , Precision Door Service Of North Florida for Elizabeth Dixon, 5133 Yacht Club Rd, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $1,886 B , Precision Door Service Of North Florida for Richard Brock, 846 Granada Blvd S, 32207, window/door replacement, single family, $1,456 B , Precision Door Service Of North Florida for Mitsa Greene, Littleton Bend Rd, 32224, window/door replacement, single family, $1,758 B , Precision Door Service Of North Florida for Georgia Seymour, 2538 Stern Dr S, 32233, window/door replacement, single family, $2,317 B , Precision Door Service Of North Florida for Maria Ferreira, Basilham Ln, 32258, window/door replacement, single family, $1,818 B , Red Stag Contracting Inc. for Rose Capital Hg Ventures LLC, 1534 Peachtree Cir S, 32207, alterations & repairs, single family, $20,000 B , P & G Land Clearing Inc for Habitat For Humanity, 1510 Fairfax St, 32209, demolition, single family, $2,475 B , P & G Land Clearing Inc for Habitat For Humanity, nd St W, 32209, demolition, single family, $2,475 B , D & D Garage Doors Inc. for Suncoast Properties, Meadowlea Cir W, 32218, window/ door replacement, single family, $769 B , Chismark Homes & Construction Inc. for Joseph Polimeni, 6176 Lucerne Ave, 32256, siding installation/repair, single family, GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-A DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FOR NEW CENTURY HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST SERIES ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- CATES SERIES , Plaintiff, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFI- CIARIES, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF EDWINNA BELCHER A/K/A EDWINA BELCHER A/K/A EDWINNA S. BELCHER A/K/A EDWINNA SHOEMAKER BELCHER A/K/A EDWINNA PRICE SHOE- MAKER-BELCHER A/K/A EDWINNA SHOEMAKER-BELCHER, DECEASED, et al.,. - constructive service TO: Jakeisha Belcher and The Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees And All Others Who May Claim An Interest In The Estate Of Edwinna Belcher a/k/a Edwina Belcher a/k/a Edwinna S. Belcher a/k/a Edwinna Shoemaker Belcher a/k/a Edwinna Price Shoemaker-Belcher a/k/a Edwinna Shoemaker-Belcher, a/k/a Edwinna Shoemaker, Deceased whose residence is unknown and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property: Lot 34, Block 6, Turtle Creek Village, Unit One, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 35, Pages 20, 20A, 20B, 20C And 20D Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, Florida has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on counsel for Plaintiff, whose address is 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida within 30 days from date of first publication of this Notice and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition filed herein. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court at Duval County, Florida, this 25th day of March, By: Alice V. Griffin Robertson, Anschutz, And Schneid, PL 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100 Boca Raton, Florida Primary Mar. 30, Apr. 6 3 ( ) $10,200 B , Home Brands, Inc. for Edward Wallace Sr, 6407 Sarahs View Ct, 32244, accessory building, single family, $3,046 B , Home Brands, Inc. for Robert Trevino, 4173 Seabreeze Dr, 32250, accessory building, single family, $2,199 B , Ansco & Associates, LLC for Crown Castle South LLC, Old St Augustine Rd Ct01, 32257, alterations & repairs, utilities, $65,000 B , F S Property Maintenance,inc. for Sp Land Trust, 4130 Salisbury Rd, 32216, alterations & repairs, office, bank, professional, $31,000 B , Guardian American Homes LLC for Guardian American Residential Asset Holdings, LLC, 1492 Avondale Ave, 32205, alterations & repairs, single family, $65,000 B , Orlando Constructors LLC for Gregory Howard, 2579 Lowell Ave, 32254, alterations & repairs, single family, $2,500 S , Creative Sign Designs for Racetrac Petroleum Inc, rd St, 32210, n/a, new, $4,846 S , Farm Out Design Services, LLC for San Jose Blvd., LLC, San Jose Blvd 0101, 32223, n/a, new, $2,255 S , Compass Builders & Renovators Inc. for Regency Centers Corporation, 150 Riverside Ave 303, 32204, n/a, new, $2,450 S , Compass Builders & Renovators Inc. for Consumer Law Firm, 210 Forsyth St E, 32202, n/a, new, $1,250 R , Compass Builders & Renovators Inc. for Charles Pierson, 321 Jackson Ave N, 32220, existing building, single family, $3,750 CIVIL ACTION CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-G U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR HOME EQUITY ASSET TRUST , HOME EQUITY PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES , ANTHONY L. TALLADINO A/K/A ANTHONY LAWRENCE TALLADINO A/K/A ANTHONY TALLADINO, et al., to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated March 7, 2015 and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida wherein U.S. Bank National Association, As Trustee For Home Equity Asset Trust , Home Equity Pass- Through Certificates, Series is the Plaintiff and Anthony L. Talladino a/k/a Anthony Lawrence Talladino a/k/a Anthony Talladino; Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, As Successor By Merger To Wachovia Bank, National Association; Ford Motor Credit Company LLC are the Defendants, the Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at: Statutes, at 11:00 a.m., on the 30th day of April, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT 18, BLOCK 5, SANTA MONICA, UNIT TWO, ACCORD- ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 26, PAGE 85, OF THE CUR- RENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF. A/K/A 5530 BENEY ROAD JACKSONVILLE, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within sixty (60) WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on March 24, Ronald R. Wolfe & Associates, P.L. P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) (Attorney) F Mar. 30, Apr. 6 1 ( ) R , Ds Killian Roofing & General Contractors Inc for Heather Penell, Ibis Point Blvd, 32224, existing building, single family, $8,500 R , Preferred Roofing for Judith Hamlow, 2473 Patsy Anne Dr, 32207, existing building, single family, $9,959 R , Jax Roofing LLC for Mary Brock, 5159 Archery Ave, 32208, existing building, single family, $3,000 R , Mccurdy - Walden, Inc. for City Of Jacksonville, 303 Laura St N 0001, 32202, existing building, utilities, $8,797 R , Coastal Roofing Inc for Barbara Carr, 1045 Old Hickory Rd, 32207, existing building, single family, $7,800 R , J & M Roofing Services Inc for Mark Rogers, 3420 Islander Way, 32223, existing building, single family, $6,501 R , Dale Tadlock Roofing Inc for Surujnarine Singha, 9511 Bent Oak Ct, 32257, existing building, single family, $30,348 R , Gadcon LLC for Morningside Funding LLC, 8071 Hammond Blvd, 32220, existing building, single family, $2,450 R , Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Julie Darty, Oakland Hills Ct, 32225, existing building, single family, $13,306 R , Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Myrian Kirby, 2542 Summer Tree Rd E, 32246, existing building, single family, $6,495 R , Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Kyle Bennett, 1761 Heron Rd, 32220, existing building, single family, $3,995 R , A Crown Roofing Inc. for Antonio Ramos, 2475 Townsquare Dr, 32216, existing building, single family, $5,700 CASE NO CA GRAND BANK, NA, GERALDINE WILLIAMS; Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries, Devisees, And All Other Parties Claiming An Interest By, Through, Under Of The Estate Of Jeannette M. Johnson, Deceased; et al., TO: Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries, Devisees, and all other parties Claiming an Interest By, Through, Under of the Estate of Jeannette M. Johnson, Deceased Last Known Residence: Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to Foreclose a Mortgage on the following property in Duval County, Florida: The Land Referred To Herein Below Is Situated In The County Of Duval, State Of Florida, And Is Described As Follows: That Certain Piece, Parcel Or Tract Of Land Situate, Lying And Being In The County Of Duval, State Of Florida, Being A Portion Of The Southeast Quarter (Se 1/4) Of Section 30, Township 2 South Range 26 East, More Particularly Described As Follows: Commencing At The Northwest Corner Of Park Manor, Unit 1, According To Plat Recorded In Plat Book 19, Page 100 Of The Public Records Of Duval County, Florida, Running Thence Due West Along The Southerly Right- Of-Way Line Along Glenwood Avenue As Now Established (Formerly Yerkes Street) A Distance Of Feet To A Point For The Point Of Beginning; Thence South 0 Degrees 21 East And Parallel With The Westerly Line Of Park Manor, Unit 1, A Distance Of 130 Feet To A Point; Thence Due West And Parallel With The Southerly Right-Of- Way Line Of Glenwood Avenue, A Distance Of 61.8 Feet; Running Thence North 0 Degrees 21 West And Parallel With Said Westerly Line Of Said Park Manor, Unit 1, A Distance Of 130 Feet To Said Southerly Right-Of- Way Line Of Glenwood Avenue; Running Thence Due East Along Said Southerly Right-Of-Way Line Of Glenwood Avenue, A Distance Of 61.8 Feet To The Point Of Beginning. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Aldridge Connors, LLP, Plaintiff s attorney, at 1615 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200, Delray Beach, Florida 33445, (Phone Number: (561) ), within 30 days of the first date of publication of this notice, and file the original with the clerk of this court before May 7, 2015 on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. DATED on April 2, By: Latoya Cofer B Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) R , Patriot Roofing Services Inc. for Freo Florida LLC, 4428 Timber Bluff Ct, 32224, existing building, single family, $7,040 R , Patriot Roofing Services Inc. for Freo Florida LLC, 5611 Westland Station Rd, 32244, existing building, single family, $7,520 R , Sterling Roofing for Pulte Home Corp., 6977 Heatherton Ct, 32258, other, townhouse, $250 R , Sterling Roofing for Pulte Homes Corp., 6973 Heatherton Ct, 32258, other, townhouse, $250 R , Roofmax Corp. for Dana Garnett, 3286 Marbon Rd, 32223, existing building, single family, $23,605 R , Roofmax Corp. for Leandrew Mills, 1628 Broward Rd, 32218, existing building, single family, $11,373 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Lynne James, 2071 Broad Oak Dr, 32225, existing building, single family, $9,439 R , Rogero & Williams Roofing Contract for Friendship Primitive Baptisit Church, 1106 Pearce St, 32209, existing building, church, other religious, $13,681 R , In-ex Construction, Inc. for Catherine Pearre, 6105 Toyota Dr, 32244, existing building, single family, $7,830 R , Graham Roof & Repair Inc for Diane Krezeminski, Inez Dr, 32218, existing building, single family, $7,200 R , Kimberly Houston Roofing Inc. for Odyssey, 4830 Head- Continued on Page B-4

20 Page B-4 Monday, April 6, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record CIVIL ACTION CASE NO CA WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., DANIEL Y. ROMAN A/K/A DANIEL YSAAC ROMAN, et al., PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant dated March 24, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida in which Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the Plaintiff and Daniel Y. Roman a/k/a Daniel Ysaac Roman, Jessica Roman a/k/a Jessica Rivera Roman, Navy Federal Credit Union, Shindler Crossing Homeowners Association, Inc. are Defendants, the Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Duval County s Public Auction website: Duval County, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 7th day of May, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Lot 26, Shindler Crossing Unit One, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 54, Pages 41, 41A Through 41C, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, A/K/A 6814 Palma Court, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED in Duval County, Florida this 1st day of April, Duval County, Florida Albertelli Law: SS P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) Facsimile: (813) eservice: Apr. 6/13 00 ( ) Business Leads BUILDING PERMITS Key to Abbreviations SFH - Single Family Home MFH - Multi Family Home APT - Apartment STO - Store OB - Office Building GAR - Garage MH - Mobile Home IND - Industrial Building Continued from Page B-3 ley Ter, 32205, existing building, single family, $1,750 R , Brannan Roofing LLC for Jerri Hale, 2219 Thiervy Dr, 32210, existing building, single family, $8,155 R , Alpha & Omega Bldrs Of Jax. for Tony Yakoub, 2755 Old River Rd, 32223, existing building, single family, $12,000 R , Alpha & Omega Bldrs Of Jax. for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Company, Landmark Cir N, 32226, existing building, single family, $6,840 R , Cbi Construction, Inc. for James Raiford, 7837 Rondeau Dr E, 32217, existing building, single family, $8,350 R , Builders Trust Construction Co for Brain Parker, 5135 Poppy Dr, 32205, existing building, single family, $5,345 R , Reaves Roofing Inc for Darrel A & Frances W Murray, 5655 Salerno Rd, 32244, existing building, single family, $6,900 R , Dibble Roofing Co., Inc. for St Nicholas Christian Church, 3226 Beach Blvd, 32207, existing building, church, other religious, $9,000 R , All Around Roofing, Inc. for John Kasbar, 2125 Arcadia Pl, 32207, existing building, single family, $5,960 R , Intracoastal Roofing Co Inc for Maureen Combs, 5910 REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING CONSULTING AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE JACKSONVILLE PORT AUTHORITY CONTRACT NO.: AE-175B PUBLIC NOTICE The JPA is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ s) from Professional Consultant Firm s interested in providing Professional Consulting and Design Services for the Jacksonville Port Authority. The JPA will utilize an external Professional Civil and Structural Engineering Consultant Firm to augment and support the JPA s Engineering staff. In addition the selected Consultant Firm will perform special services for the Engineering Department, on a work order basis. These services are more completely described in Section 3 Scope of Services of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ). Examples of the work performed, while not all inclusive, include; professional architecture and civil engineering design services and other related services as described herein required to support the Senior Director of Facilities Development and other JPA engineering staff, in the construction, rehabilitation and renovation activities pertaining to the following marine terminal facilities: roads, bridges, paving, asphalt, rail, drainage, sewer, environmental, geotechnical, planning, surveying services and other similar facilities or structures located at the JPA s marine terminals. Although the selected Consultant Firm may provide all services as required through its own staff, some other specialty services may be added through sub-consulting on a project by project basis. Submission of SOQ s does not guarantee your company will receive a contract from the JPA, nor does it imply that your company has any type of procurement/contractual relationship with the JPA now or in the future. Information provided by your company will be treated in a reasonable manner and will be subject to disclosure pursuant to the laws of the State of Concurrent with this policy, the JPA conducts its procurement activities and formal bid processes in a competitive environment that fosters equal opportunity for qualified companies to provide services that meet our requirements. A Pre-Submission Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 At 2:00 P.M., in the Public Meeting Room, First Floor of the Port Central Office Building, 2831 Talleyrand Avenue, Jacksonville, FL Attendance is highly recommended for any firm that may be considering submitting Statement of Qualifications. ALL STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICA- TIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE JPA S PROCUREMENT DEPART- MENT, UNTIL 2:00 P.M. (EST), ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, The Request for Qualifications document can be downloaded from: jaxport.com/work-with-us/projects-for-bid If you should have any questions regarding this application package, please submit them by only to Retta Rogers, Manager, Procurement Services at: Apr ( ) GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO CA DIVISION FC-C GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, Plaintiff, JEFFERY C. STRICKLAND A/K/A JEFF C. STRICKLAND A/K/A JEF- FERY CURTIS STRICKLAND A/K/A JEFFREY CURTIS STRICKLAND A/K/A JEFFREY STRICKLAND, DECEASED) AND KRISTINA M. STRICKLAND, et al.,. - constructive service TO: Kristina M. Strickland a/k/a Kristina Strickland; Amber Strickland, A Minor, By And Through Her Natural Guardian Kristina M. Strickland a/k/a Kristina Strickland; Ashley Strickland, A Minor, By And Through Her Natural Guardian Kristina M. Strickland a/k/a Kristina Strickland; The Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees And All Others Who May Claim An Interest In The Estate Of Jeffery C. Strickland a/k/a Jeff Strickland a/k/a Jeffery Curtis Strickland a/k/a Jeffrey Curtis Strickland a/k/a Jeffrey Strickland, Deceased whose residence is unknown and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property: Lot 1, Block 1, Southside Estates Unit No. 28, According To The Plat Thereof, Recorded In Plat Book 25, Page 8, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on counsel for Plaintiff, whose address is 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida within 30 days from date of first publication of this Notice and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition filed herein. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court at Duval County, Florida, this 25th day of March, By: Alice V. Griffin Robertson, Anschutz, And Schneid, PL 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100 Boca Raton, Florida Primary Mar. 30, Apr. 6 6 ( ) Sumner Ct, 32216, existing building, single family, $6,130 R , Property Owner for Auston Wards, Jr, 3296 Soutel Dr, 32208, existing building, single family, $5,000 R , Yorkshire Federal Inc for Courtyard Hotel, 4600 San Pablo Rd S, 32224, existing building, hotel,motel,dormitory, $61,250 B , Property Owner for Geoffrey Sneil, 1838 Cortez Rd, 32246, accessory building, single family, $2,400 B , Property Owner for Eduard Mokan, 1883 Burgess Hill Dr E, 32246, alterations & repairs, single family, $2,300 B , Property Owner for Foster Scott, 6440 Pottsburg Dr, 32211, addition, single family, $1,000 B , Reeves Insulation, Inc. for 9850 Atlantic LLC, 9850 Atlantic Blvd, 32225, accessory building, office, bank, professional, $19,580 B , Stanley Pools Inc. for Mary Morgan, 2133 Osprey Point Dr W, 32224, swimming pool, single family, $46,000 B , Stanley Pools Inc. for Charles Wilkie, 1158 Native Dancer Ct, 32218, swimming pool, single family, $30,000 B , Florida Pools Of Jacksonville Inc Master Screens for Lara Khairy, 2315 Longmont Ln E, 32246, addition, single family, $10,000 B , Southern Enclosures for J A Long, Cottage Lake Rd, 32224, accessory building, single family, $17,178 B , Martin Home Exteriors Inc. for Gerald Waugaman, 8352 Knotts Landing Dr E, 32244, siding installation/repair, single family, $10,200 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Randy Frillman, 7464 Greenway Dr, 32244, window/ door replacement, single family, $4,985 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Jerry Dresch, Oakland Hills Ct, 32225, window/door replacement, single family, $3,494 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Mary Smith, 2607 Kenwood Dr E, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $5,369 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Larry Young, 4128 Ferber Rd, 32277, window/door replacement, single family, $4,035 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Joseph Wilson, 7638 Elvia Dr, 32211, window/door replacement, single family, $1,474 B , American Window Products, Inc. for Debra Young, 28 43rd St W, 32208, window/door replacement, single family, $899 B , Cappella Homes, Inc. for Barry Swindle, 4234 Oristano Rd, 32244, addition, single family, $100,000 B , C G Construction Of Jacksonville Inc for San Jose LLC., San Jose Blvd, 32257, alterations & repairs, stores, mercantile, $43,398 B , D. R. Horton for D R Horton, 8312 Pepper Lake Ct, 32211, new building, single family, $120,000 B , Eagle 2 Const. LLC for Grayline Investment, LLC. - Sms Capital Group, LLC., 4738 Attleboro St, 32205, addition, single family, $52,845 B , Advantage Home Builders, Inc for Advantage Home Builders, Inc, 1604 Kilchurn Rd, 32221, new building, single family, $190,050 B , Advantage Home Builders, Inc for Advantage Home Builders, Inc, 1627 Kilchurn Rd, 32221, new building, single family, $170,528 B , Synot Construction LLC for Mable Durham, 1038 Scriven St, 32209, alterations & repairs, single family, $31,000 B , Homerite Windows And Doors for Patti Magee, 3640 Colebrooke Dr, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $6,910 B , Homerite Windows CASE NO CA WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, GRANT- EES, DEVISEES, LIENORS, TRUSTEES, AND CREDITORS OF HARTWELL A. PERKINS, DECEASED, ET AL., TO: The Unknown Heirs, Grantees, Devisees, Lienors, Trustees, And Creditors Of Hartwell A. Perkins, Deceased, And All Claimants, Persons Or Parties, Natural Or Corporate, And Whose Exact Legal Status Is Unknown, Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Hartwell A. Perkins, Deceased, Or Any Of The Herein Named Or Described Defendants Or Parties Claiming To Have Any Right, Title Or Interest In And To The Property Herein Described Current Residence Unknown, but whose last known address was: 5618 Bennington Dr Jacksonville, Fl YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Foreclose a Mortgage on the following property in Duval County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 7D, Block 4, Lexington Square, Unit One A, As Per Plat Thereof, Recorded In Plat Book 40, Page 66, 66A And 66B, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Douglas C. Zahm, P.A., Plaintiff s attorney, whose address is th Street North, Suite 200, St. Petersburg, FL 33716, within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice of Action and file the original with the Clerk of this Court, 501 W. Adams Street, Room 1208, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, either before service on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this 25th day of March, Please contact the ADA Coordinator 1695 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. By: Alice V. Griffin Mar. 30, Apr. 6 5 ( ) And Doors for Amanda Tawes, 3416 St Nicholas Ave, 32207, window/door replacement, single family, $6,446 B , Homerite Windows And Doors for Joe Lantz, 639 Monte Carlo Rd, 32216, window/door replacement, single family, $4,100 B , Homerite Windows And Doors for Tony Hasssert, 7403 Merrill Rd, 32277, window/door replacement, single family, $2,119 B , Ticon, Inc. for Retail Developers LLC, 8050 Phillips Hwy, 32256, tenant build-out, stores, mercantile, $34,000 B , Kevin s Commercial/residential Repairs Inc for Evergreen Club Apartments, 9611 Southbrook Dr, 0, accessory building, apartments, $4,000 B , Ace Door & Window Service, Inc for Pat Kelly, Ft Caroline Rd, 32225, window/door replacement, single family, $2,360 B , Mercedes Premier Homes, LLC for Mercedes Premier Homes, 3073 Vista Wood Dr, 32226, new building, single family, $183,000 B , Window World Of Northeast Florida for William Watson, 4174 San Juan Ave, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $5,577 B , Window World Of Northeast Florida for Tony Gray, Copper Hill Dr, 32218, window/door replacement, single family, $2,568 B , Window World Of Northeast Florida for Lyndsay Stepkin, 3876 Mandarin Woods Dr S, 32223, window/door replacement, single family, $1,145 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Hamid Ahmed, 2479 Ridge Will Dr, 32246, window/door replacement, single family, $7,480 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Gladys Garavito, 4561 Merson Ln, 32205, window/door replacement, single family, CIVIL ACTION CASE NO CA BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUGAR MILL FOUR CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., et al., PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant dated March 17, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida in which Bank Of America, N.A. is the Plaintiff and Sugar Mill Four Condominium Association, Inc., Unknown Party #2 n/k/a Alberto Aguero, Unknown Party #1 n/k/a Jose Aguero, America M. Westerband-Vazquez a/k/a America M. Westerband a/k/a America Westerband, Florida Housing Finance Corporation, Sugar Mill Common Association, Inc. are Defendants, the Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Duval County s Public Auction website: Duval County, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 16th day of June, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Unit No. 2203, Sugar Mill Four, A Condominium, Together With An Undivided Interest In The Common Elements Appurtenant Thereto, According To The Declaration Of Condominium As Recorded In Official Records Volume 5775, Page 59 Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, Florida, Together With Any Amendments Thereto. A/K/A 3801 Crown Point Rd #2203, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED in Duval County, Florida this 25th day of March, Duval County, Florida Albertelli Law: NR P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) Facsimile: (813) eservice: Mar. 30, Apr. 6 6 ( ) $2,708 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Debra Burgess, 4512 Bentley Trace Ln N, 32257, window/door replacement, single family, $5,120 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Michael Mcneal, 8849 Yeoman Dr, 32208, window/door replacement, single family, $4,565 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Ray Dove, Plumosa Dr, 32250, window/ door replacement, single family, $8,101 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Philip Padgett, 4169 Autrey Ave W, 32210, window/door replacement, single family, $4,873 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Theodore Hill, th St W, 32208, window/ door replacement, single family, $2,158 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Fred Courson, Fromage Cir S, 32225, window/door replacement, townhouse, $1,263 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Rod Elsea, 1022 Bimini Rd, 32216, window/door replacement, single family, $1,400 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Charles Gallagher, 2760 Sandusky Ave W, 32216, window/door replacement, single family, $2,060 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for Mark Manning, 8147 Mariner St, 32220, window/door replacement, single family, $2,186 B , Ecoview Windows Of The Gulf Coast, LLC for John Weaveer, 6138 Pickettville Rd, Continued on Page B-5

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