The 2012-13 budget hearing Sept. 11 drew only two members of the public who made no comments.
City treasurer Lori Hill presented a proposed 1.75 millage rate and $8,394,950 budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1.
The budget was $535,096 more than the $7,859,854 budget proposed by outgoing treasurer Rick Ashley in July, and slightly less than the $8.67 proposed spending plan.
The increased revenue comes from a $525,000 stormwater reimbursement received from Southwest Florida Water Management District and $11,000 from T-end dock fees.
The city raised its dock fees from $50 to $425 for users of 60 refurbished slips at three T-end canals between 72nd and 77th streets.
Swiftmud’s reimbursement is now part of the $4,266,194 total carryover reserves and the T-end dock revenue is part of the $3,305,70 in local source revenue.
In addition to those revenues, the budget includes $2.08 million in local property taxes to be derived from the 1.75 millage rate, the same rate imposed last year.
The proposed tax rate is lower than the rollback rate, which is 1.7553. The rollback rate is the tax rate that would bring in the same amount of property tax dollars as the current year.
One mill is equal to $1 of property taxes for every $1,000 of taxable value of property. At the 1.75 millage rate, a homeowner with a house appraised at $500,000 and a maximum of $50,000 in homestead exemptions would pay $787.50 in city tax.
Ashley, who retired Aug. 31, told commissioners in July that Hill, on staff since May 31, had made all the calculations for the new budget.
The final budget hearing will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at city hall chambers, 5801 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.
After the second reading of the ordinances, the millage rate will be certified by the Manatee County Property Appraiser’s Office, and tax notices are expected to be mailed by the tax collector on or about Nov. 1.
Mayor offers appreciation
Holmes Beach Mayor Rich Bohnenberger read a prepared statement at the Sept. 11 budget hearing — and then again at Commissioner John Monetti’s request for a crowd of about 40 people at the city’s regular meeting.
In it, he thanked commissioners for working to hold the line on the budget.
“The 2012-2013 budget has been drafted to meet the needs of our city for the new fiscal year starting Oct. 1, 2012,” Bohnenberger said.
“With the input from our management team and the members of the commission who met with our city treasurer during the drafting process, we have reached a new milestone in our city history. This budget marks the first time since our founding in 1950 that we have a budget that will provide five consecutive years with no tax increase.
“Our residents can be proud of our city government and our commitment to provide city services in a safe and cost-effective manner.
“I thank the commission for their support in this process,” Bohnenberger concluded.
As the fiscal year comes to a close at the end of September, Holmes Beach Mayor Rich Bohnenberger last week announced the state of the city.
“I am pleased to report that our city is closing out the year under budget and without debt and, for the first time in our city history, we have five consecutive years without a tax increase,” he wrote Sept. 14.
Bohnenberger, who is running for a fourth-term Nov. 6, said in the report that the city has a healthy reserve fund, and that Holmes Beach received $3.9 million in public and private grants in the past six years.
Even in the economic downturn, he said the city has not reduced services.
The city built a new public works building and the Veterans Memorial Pavilion on the city field at 59th Street and Flotilla Drive. A stormwater project to improve the city’s drainage to help alleviate flooding and comply with the Federal Clean Water Act was completed, he added.
“Recently our building department underwent two independent audits,” Bohnenberger continued.
A community rating service audit upgraded the city in the category of floodplain management and “our residents are now eligible for an increased flood insurance discount,” he wrote.
The second audit rated the department staffing, plans review and inspections. According to Bohnenberger, it scored above most departments in the state.
During the past year, he continued, the city oversaw a road resurfacing and curb replacement program funded by the gas tax, was recognized by Tree City USA as a Tree City “due to our park expansion using unopened rights of way and donated land” and authorized a city dog park.
“Recently there has been much criticism of our building department for allowing larger homes to be built,” Bohnenberger continued.
“The city codes have limited the size of homes to 30 percent lot coverage since the 1950s. What is now being built still is limited to the 30 percent rule. Keep in mind that the founding fathers established the zoning we have today and the R-2 district was always intended to be no less than 50 percent rentals.
“The city commission in recent years limited the R-2 short-term rentals to no less than one week.” However, he said, the Florida Legislature last year “imposed severe restrictions on our ability to address some of the current issues.”
Bohnenberger also pointed to 2011-12 upgrades in digital recording equipment and software systems, audio systems, the city’s server and a new email system.
He commended the police department for its work in processing more than 100 felony charges and receiving several honors.
In code enforcement, he said maintenance workers and police officers are now carrying citation books to enforce noise, trash and parking infractions if matters cannot be resolved amicably.
Looking to the next fiscal year, “I will be asking the commission to support placing newly hired police into the state pension plan. This action will in the long term save our tax payers a significant amount of money and protect the current plan for those on pension.”
Other plans include making stormwater improvements to 30th and 31st streets, opening Grassy Point Preserve to the public as soon as pathways are shelled, and advancing a Grassy Point boardwalk project on the Florida Department of Transportation grant list.
Angelinos Sea Lodge tree house, 103 29th St., Holmes Beach, constructed on the beach without permits, remains standing following the Department of Environmental Protection Sept. 6 deadline to remove or modify its installation. Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell
Angelinos Sea Lodge, ordered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to remove or modify a beachfront tree house built without permits, appealed the directive in an Aug. 30 letter from its attorney.
David Levin of Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A., Sarasota, wrote on behalf of Angelinos owner Richard Hazen to DEP regulator of coastal construction James Martinello, noting “critical errors which would substantially affect the Department’s assessment of the structure.”
Levin reiterated Hazen’s engineer’s report indicated the deck is structurally supported by two wooden piles, 12 inches in diameter, and, two additional six-inch piles did not provide structural support and could be removed.
“In contrast,” Levin wrote to Martinello, “your letter dated Aug. 6 states ‘the tree house structure, in addition to being partially supported by an existing Australian pine tree, is also substantially supported by four 12-inch diameter wooden pilings and two six-inch wooden pilings.’”
He continued, “It would appear that the department staff’s assessment was based upon the false assumption” regarding the tree house’s structural support.
Last week, DEP spokesperson Dee Ann Miller wrote in an email, “We are currently reviewing and will be responding in the near future.”
Martinello, environmental manager of the DEP Division of Water Resource Management Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems, previously concluded the tree house may not be exempt from the department’s permitting requirements.
The state requires permits for building seaward of the coastal construction control line to protect the coastal system from improper structures that can destabilize or destroy the beach and dune system.
While the Martinello Aug. 6 letter identified two six-inch pilings as part of a description of what supports the structure, a similar description in Martinello’s April 4 letter said no such pilings were included.
Martinello’s most recent letter warned Hazen if he chose not to resolve within 30 days, the department may remove the tree house.
The DEP’s August letter followed a series of letters between Hazen’s attorney and engineer.
Levin contended in February that the structure constituted a minor activity, with no measurable impact on the coastal system because the structure, but for four wooden pilings, was supported by an Australian pine tree.
In April, Martinello responded that the structure is supported by four 12-inch diameter wooden pilings with concrete-type foundations and invited Levin to submit information from a professional engineer in support of the owner’s position.
The tree house was first reported to the city of Holmes Beach last November.
The city referred the complaint to the DEP and advised the owner of its engineering and survey requirements if Hazen would seek permitting from the DEP.
The city’s concerns over the construction relate to the building’s stability, safety and ability to withstand hurricane-force winds.
Angelinos includes four vacation rentals and, according to Hazen’s wife, Huong Lynn Tran, the tree house was built as a private place to read, write, relax and dine.
The FBI and other federal and local law enforcement officers served a search warrant Sept. 13 on Suncoast Brace and Limb at 1878 59th St. W., Bradenton. The company is registered to JoAnn Manali of Pine Avenue in Anna Maria.
FBI officials on the scene were reluctant to discuss an ongoing investigation, saying only that it was a health-care fraud issue, according to the Bradenton Herald. No one was arrested during the search, and agents would not comment on any material taken from the office.
The FBI office in Tampa declined to comment on the investigation, other than to say it also involves other medical facilities in the Manatee area.
According to the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations, Suncoast Brace and Limb Inc. was formed in 1995. For a time, the company was inactive, but was reinstated as an active company on Feb. 13, 2012.
Manali is listed as both the registered agent and officer/director of the company.
Hall rearrested on new burglary charge
Just a few weeks after being arrested on a felony gun theft charge, Erik Hall, 24, of 510 67th St., Holmes Beach, was arrested on a new misdemeanor attempted burglary charge.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Hall was arrested Sept. 10 for attempted vehicle burglary in the 100 block of 81st Street in Holmes Beach.
The report states Hall broke into a vehicle he thought was unoccupied. As Hall was gaining entry into the vehicle, he realized someone was in the car and fled the area.
The victim was able to describe the suspect and Holmes Beach Police Department officers caught up with Hall on Marina Drive.
He was booked into the Manatee County jail and held on $5,000 bond, which he posted the following day.
On Aug. 3, Hall was arrested with Holmes Beach resident Jacob Mackinlay, 19, for allegedly stealing a 9 mm handgun from a roommate during an argument.
Police found the handgun in Hall’s backpack when officers pulled the pair over a short time after they left the residence. Mackinlay allegedly assaulted the victim when the victim saw him take the gun.
According to court records, Mackinlay pleaded not guilty Aug. 30 to felony theft of a firearm and concealing a firearm. Court records state the same charges against Hall in the August incident were dropped.
He is scheduled to be arraigned on the attempted burglary charge at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 5, at the Manatee County Judicial Center, 1051 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton.
A 33-year-old Mexican native was arrested Sept. 11 at the Anna Maria Rod & Reel Pier, 875 N. Shore Drive, for felony use of personal identification and felony worker’s compensation fraud.
Detectives from the Florida Departments of Financial Services and Insurance Fraud placed Jamie Mejia under arrest, and he was booked into the Manatee County jail. He was released the following day on $3,000 bond.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Mejia applied Feb. 1for a job at the Rod & Reel Pier. In the course of his application, Mejia allegedly presented a Social Security card containing the number of a woman who reported her card stolen in November 2010.
Law enforcement learned of the number’s use when Mejia allegedly filed a worker’s compensation claim.
The Social Security number used in the claim came up belonging to the 2010 victim.
Mejia, of 613 21st Place E., Bradenton, was scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at the Manatee County Judicial Center, 1051 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton.
Wednesday, Sept. 19
Noon, Anna Maria Island Democratic Club, Dennis Maley guest speaker, BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-779-0564.
Saturday, Sept. 22
2-6 p.m., Anna Maria Island Privateers Pirate Grog Party and Tasting Competition, Drift In, 120 Bridge St., Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-650-8673.
7:30 p.m. or sunset, Sidewalk Astronomy, Local Group of Deep Sky Observers, Holmes Beach city field, 59th Street and Flotilla Drive. Information: 941-342-9632,
Thursday, Sept. 20
• 7:30 p.m., “Evita,” opening night, Manatee Players, Riverfront Theatre, 102 Old Main St., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-748-5875.
Friday, Sept. 21
• 5:30-7:30 p.m., Artists reception, Ringling College of Art and Design alumni Mark Humphrey and Dustin Juengel, Longboat Key Center for the Arts, 6860 Longboat Drive S., Longboat Key. Information: 941-383-2345.
Sunday, Sept. 23
• 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Gordon’s Touch a Truck Day with Anna Maria Island Privateers, Gordon Food Service Marketplace, 4605 14th St. W., Bradenton. Information: 941-650-8673.
Monday, Sept. 24
• 11:30 a.m., 13th Annual Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Lucky 13 Golf Outing for Scholarships, Bradenton Country Club, 4646 Ninth Ave. W., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-224-1337 or 941-284-2523
• Tuesdays through Oct. 2, Magic of Manatee Sweet Adelines, free vocal lessons, Bradenton Christian School, 3304 43rd Street W., Bradenton. Information: 941-778-6222.
• Through Oct. 7, “Evita,” Manatee Players, Riverfront Theatre, 102 Old Main St., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-748-5875.
• Tuesdays, noon, Rotary Club of Anna Maria Island meetings at the BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-794-8044.
• Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m., players pitch horseshoes in the pits at Anna Maria City Hall, 10005 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-708-6130.
• Thursdays through Dec. 20, except Thanksgiving, 10:30 a.m., Make a Child Smile story and craft hour, Tingley Memorial Library, 111 2nd St. N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-779-1208.
• Thursdays, 6-8 p.m., Thirsty Thursdays, hosted by Bridge Street Merchants, The Fish Hole, Bradenton Beach, Information: 941-778-3388.
• Fridays, Senior Adventures, low-cost field trips from Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-962-8835.
• Third Fridays, 5-8 p.m., Pine Avenue Porch Party to benefit Roser Food Pantry at Anna Maria Pine Avenue stores and boutiques. Information: 941-896-3132.
• Saturdays, 8:30 a.m., Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island meets at the Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-761-8834.
• Sept 29, Fourth annual Sarasota Bay Fishing Line Cleanup Day, Sarasota Sailing Squadron, 1717 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota. Information: 941-232-2363.
• Oct. 6, Florida Produce Crate Label Swap Meet, Carnegie Library Basement, Palmetto Historical Park, 10th Ave. W., Palmetto. Information: 941-776-9444.
• Oct. 5-7, “A River of Art in Blue,” featuring art, music and food, Village of Arts, four blocks south of Manatee Avenue between 9th and 14th Avenues West, Bradenton. Information: 941-747-8056.
• Oct. 7, History of Bowed String Instruments, free concert and lecture, Allegro Music Academy, 241 Whitfield Ave., Sarasota. Information: 941-358-8511.
• Oct. 25, Fourth Annual Chowdown for Charity, Manatee Chapter of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, Riverhouse Banquets and Weddings, 955 Riverside Drive, Palmetto. Information: 941-545-3620.
Save the Date
• Nov. 3, Nautical and Landlubber Treasure Show, Anna Maria Island Sail and Power Squadron, 1200 71st St. NW, Bradenton. Information: 941-761-1860.
• Nov. 9, ArtsHop Gallery Walk, Information: 941-243-3818.
• Nov. 10, ArtsHop silent auction, The Studio at Gulf and Pine, 10101 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-243-3818.
• Nov. 10-11, Anna Maria Island Butterfly Garden Arts and Crafts Fair, Holmes Beach city field, 59th Street and Flotilla Drive.
• Nov. 11, ArtsHop drum circle, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Manatee Ave., Holmes Beach. Information: 941-243-3818.
• Nov. 11, Anna Maria Island Concert Chorus & Orchestra performs Popular Light Classics, CrossPointe Fellowship Church, 8605 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, Classics. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-8585.
• Nov. 17, Enjoy the Bay, Sarasota Bay Water Festival, City Island, 1700 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota. Information: 941-955-8085.
Send calendar announcements to email@example.com. Please include the time, date and location of the event, a brief description and a contact via e-mail and phone.
Russell Lee Cripe
Russell Lee Cripe, 63, of Holmes Beach, died Sept. 8. He was born Aug. 31, 1949, in Mansfield, Ohio.
He started a family in Pennsylvania, and eventually moved with his family to Holmes Beach. He was a long-time restaurateur, known locally for his cooking skills, especially his potato leek soup and chicken salad.
A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, 3915 26th St. W., Bradenton. Memorials may be made to the Kingdom Hall. Condolences may be made online at www.shannonfuneralhomes.com.
Mr. Cripe is survived by his children, Marc, Matthew, Meagen Jones, Seth and Micolaus; sisters Lynda Stricker and Jennifer Little; and five grandchildren.
Robert E. “Bob” Van Wagoner, 89, of Sarasota, former mayor of Holmes Beach, died Wednesday, Sept. 12, after a brief illness. He was born Oct. 24, 1922, in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Mayor Rich Bohnenberger commented on Van Wagoner’s time in office, saying, “Bob served as mayor from March 1996 to March 1998. It was a time of much controversy, as the cell tower was coming. The population was divided, was it a good thing or would ruin our community? Time has passed and the tower has been accepted, not only by our residents, but also by nesting ospreys.”
Mr. Van Wagoner grew up in Niagara Falls, spending summers on Lake Ontario. He loved living near water, was an avid swimmer, and relished the sunsets over Sarasota Bay. He was an avid runner, and completed the New York marathon on his 60th birthday.
He was a 1940 honor graduate of DeVeaux Military School in Niagara Falls, and a political science honor graduate in 1944 from Princeton University. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps 1942-45.
He was a newspaper reporter in New York City for almost 30 years, representing press and public relations for numerous private and public businesses. He had a column on the joys and challenges of aging in the Sarasota Herald- Tribune, and frequently had opinion letters published in other newspapers, including the New York Times.
He managed political campaigns, ran for several offices successfully, negotiated labor contracts as a newspaper union leader, and headed a number of civic campaigns.
He moved in the early 1990s to Longboat Key and became active in community affairs. He served as mayor of Holmes Beach 1996-98 and worked diligently to protect the integrity and charm of the island.
He was instrumental in the fight to block the proposed Anna Maria high-bridge, as well as other environmental issues, including hurricane preparedness.
Bob lived 2003-06 in Morehead City, N.C., and then Yorktown, VA., to be close to his children and then returned to Sarasota.
His daughter said he will be remembered for his love of jazz, the ocean, and writing, but most importantly for the impact he had on so many lives.
The family plans to hold a private memorial ceremony on Oct. 27 to honor Mr. Van Wagoner’s 90th birthday. Memorial donations may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Mr. Van Wagoner is survived by his children, John and wife Wendy of Bluffton, S.C., Lauren and husband Frank Rotella of Bluffton, S.C., and David and wife Theresa Lally of Yorktown, Va.; grandchildren Kenny, Paul, Amy, David, Carolyn, and Jenny; and great-grandchildren Aiden, Emily, Kaitlin, and Ellie..
Members of the Anna Maria horseshoe club present Kristin Theisen with a check for $250 for the Manatee County Food Bank.
Runner keeps setting records
Longtime Galati Yacht Sales employee Mickey Hooke competed in the ninth annual Broward County Firefighters 5K Sept. 9 in Hollywood Beach. With only four months of training under his belt, Hooke finished first in the Grandmasters division, setting a new Grandmasters course record and winning the 2012 RRCA Florida state championship. He ran a 17:33 to finish fourth overall out of about 1,000 runners.
This 5K state championship goes along nicely with the 10K RRCA state championship Hooke captured in February in Eau Gallie. Hooke set two grandmasters records there and finished in third overall.
At age 51, Hooke is dominating the grandmasters division and making some of the younger division runners look over their shoulder for Hooke making a pass on them.
Adult soccer and basketball get started at center
The Anna Maria Island Community Center adult coed soccer and basketball leagues got started last week.
Basketball got under way with three games played Sept. 11 in the center gym. The games are played every Tuesday starting at 6:30 p.m.
Best Buy opened with a 77-65 victory over Eat Here behind 34 points and 16 rebounds from Antwann Jackson, and 23 points, four rebounds and five assists from Brandon Kern. Tyler Bekkerus added 12 points and Chuck McCracken contributed seven rebounds for Best Buy in the victory.
Dominic Orloff paced Eat Here with 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Emmanuel Abraham hit five 3-pointers. RJ Mizel added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Eat Here in the loss.
Agnelli Pool & Spa edged Island Real Estate 67-65 behind 26 points and eight rebounds from Chad Woods. Jonathan Moss chipped in 17 points and six boards for Agnelli, which also received 12 points and seven rebounds from Jordan Demers in the victory.
Matt Ray’s 24 points and 12 rebounds paced Island Real Estate, which also received 11 points from Ian Fetters and 9 points each from Eric Gledhill, Matt Dwyer and Teagan Purtill in the loss.
Gatorman Pools slipped past The Feast 48-42 in the last game of the evening behind 22 points and six rebounds from Evan Wolfe, and 13 points and 13 rebounds from Sean Hubbard.
Michael Haynes led The Feast with 12 points and seven rebounds, while Nate Coleman added 11 points in the loss.
Adult soccer got started Sept. 13 with four games played on the center field. Adult soccer matches start at 6 p.m. Thursdays. Wash Family Construction got its season off to a good start with a 4-2 victory over Sato Real Estate behind a hat trick from Zoran Kolega and one goal from Greg Ross. Kris Yavalar and Damir Glavan each added an assist, while Don Purvis made 10 saves in goal.
Lexi Braxton and Jeff Christianson scored a goal each and Kim Christianson added an assist to lead Sato in the loss.
Florida Discount Signs earned a 5-3 victory over Moss & Bernard Construction in the second game of the evening. Chrissy Rice led the way with a pair of goals, while Tim Tedesco and Rich Bell each added goals in the victory. Troy Shonk made five saves for Discount Signs.
Omar Polar paced Moss & Bernard with two goals and an assist. Brent Moss added one goal, while Jonathan Moss made 17 saves in the loss.
Island Pest Control outlasted Pink & Navy Boutique 7-6 in the third game of the evening. Austin Wash had three goals and an assist and Monica Simpson added a pair of goals to lead Island Pest Control. Rico Beissert and Richie Subbiondo each added a goal and an assist, while Pedro Gonzalez finished with seven saves.
Lindsey Weaver scored three goals and Aaron Parkin scored twice to lead Pink & Navy. Josh Petit added a goal and an assist, while Scott Rudacille finished with 14 saves in the loss.
Slim’s Place earned a 3-0 win over Jessie’s Island Store to close out the night’s action. Sean Sanders, Tyler Krauss and Nate Coleman each scored a goal, while Danny Anderson and Gina Anderson had assists. Josh Peurifoy finished with six saves in the victory. Nate Talucci made 20 saves to lead Jessie’s Island Store in the loss.
Before horseshoe action at the Anna Maria City Hall horseshoe pits got under way Sept. 12, the horseshoe players donated $250 to the Food Bank of Manatee County.
Once the games began, Hank Huyghe and Sam Samuels weren’t giving anything away, earning the day’s only 3-0 record.
Sept. 15 horseshoe action saw Bob Heiger defeat Steve Doyle and Jerry Disbrow 21-18 in the last pool play game, ending their chance for a 3-0 record on the day and forcing a four-team playoff.
Hank Huyghe and Tom Skoloda defeated Jay Disbrow and Dom Livedoti 21-15 in the first semifinal while Jerry Disbrow and Steve Doyle also advanced to the finals with a 21-15 victory. Disbrow-Doyle then rolled past Huyghe-Skoloda by a 21-12 score to earn the day’s bragging rights.
Play gets under way at 9 a.m. every Wednesday and Saturday at the Anna Maria City Hall pits. Warmups begin at 8:45 a.m. followed by random team selection.
There is no charge to play and everyone is welcome.
Key Royale golf news
The women of Key Royale Club played a nine-hole, individual-low-net golf match Sept. 13.
Helen Pollack took first place with a 2-under-par 30, while Fran Barford and Liz Lang tied for second with matching 1-over-par 33s. Sue Wheeler and Meredith Slavin both carded 2-over-par 34 to finish in a tie for third place.
AMICC Youth Soccer League schedule
Sept. 22 10 a.m. Bistro vs. A&E
Sept. 22 10:30 a.m. Firkins vs. Bowes
Sept. 24 6 p.m. Bowes vs. Bistro
Sept. 24 6:30 p.m. A&E vs. Firkins
Sept. 22 11 a.m. Bowes vs. Surfer Bus
Sept. 22 12 p.m. Beach Bums vs. Tyler’s
Sept. 25 6 p.m. Bowes vs. Beach Bums
Sept. 25 7 p.m. Surfer Bus. Vs. Tyler’s
Sept. 22 9 a.m. American Marine vs. Best Buy
Sept. 22 10 a.m. Tyler’s vs. Miller Elect.
Sept. 22 11 a.m. Lobstah’s vs. LaPensee
Sept. 24 6 p.m. Best Buy vs. LaPensee
Sept. 24 7 p.m. Miller Elect. vs. Lobstah’s
Sept. 25 6 p.m. Tyler’s vs. Lobstah’s
Sept. 25 7 p.m. Miller Elect. vs. American Marine
Sept. 22 noon Steam Design vs. LPAC
Sept. 22 1 p.m. Wash FC vs. Crady Massage
Sept. 26 8 p.m. Steam Design vs. Wash FC
Sept. 22 2 p.m. West Coast AC vs. Edgewater
Sept. 24 8 p.m. West Coast AC vs. Edgewater
AMICC Adult Soccer League schedule
Sept. 20 6 p.m. Moss & Barnard vs. Island Pest
Sept. 20 7 p.m. Sato Real Estate vs. Jessie’s
Sept. 20 8 p.m. Wash FC vs. Discount Signs
Sept. 20 9 p.m. Pink & Navy vs. Slim’s Place
AMICC Adult Basketball League schedule
Sept. 25 6:30 p.m. Agnelli Pool vs. Gator Man
Sept. 25 7:30 p.m. Best Buy vs. Island Real Estate
Sept. 25 8:30 p.m. Eat Here vs. The Feast