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Port of Palm Beach Comissoin meeting 1-21-2016

Port of Palm Beach Commission meeting 1-21-2016

 

New wave psychological science

How do we change our minds?

Elizabeth Gilley, 2015

What accounts for changes in attitudes and dispositions which guide behavior? Under the perspective framework of  evolving Cognitive Behavioral  Theory,  we understand that both internal and external stimuli effect response patterns. Other psychological perspectives, may consider other  interpersonal variables, such as the body-mind intelligence,  including past experiential training history and conditioning, as well as  Humanistic,  Transpersonal and Integral psychological self-perceptual concepts, which can encompass an  enlargement (rather than a diminishing ) of perspective, reevaluation of changing need, circumstance,  and more positive  self-efficacious  motivational factors.  In the evolving study of social psychology, both internal and external, intrapersonal and interpersonal variables,  are considered.

Social psychologists have always been interested in determining what accounts for an individual’s cognitions, attitude and emotions, reasoning, judgements, and behaviors,  including the situational, as well as the collective influence of culture and society upon the individual. For if we can understand these, then perhaps, in turn, we can induce change, for a variety of purposes ranging from control of the masses, in relation to limited resources, commercial marketing and economic advancement and hopefully, perhaps, also, the altruistic, advancement of the human race.  Certainly,  there are  occasions that merit our effort  to predict behavior in regards to survival and self-defense.

A good predictor of behavior, is past behavior. However, there are many determinants of behavior, each powerful in Continue reading

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Crosscurrents Newsletter
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January 2016
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MIAPBC Open House
Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade Awards Ceremony
Member Anniversaries
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Membership Renewal
Testimonials
79th SAILFISH DERBY SET FOR EARLY JANUARY
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Crosscurrents is published by the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County in an effort to provide its members with information that will educate, while enabling members to increase networking with other marine industry businesses.

 

 

Board of Directors

 

Michael Kennedy, President

Ciklin Lubitz Martens & O’Connell

 

Raymond Graziotto, VP

Loggerhead Marina

 

 

Bruce Grout, Secretary

New Port Cove Marine Center

 

Mike Samuels, Treasurer

Viking Yachts Service Center

 

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Jim Burg

Castaways Marina

 

Kendall Cheatham

Palmdale Oil Company

 

Mark Crosley

Florida Inland Navigation District

 

Lou Daniello

Barnacle Busters/Stain Busters

 

George Gentile

Gentile Glas Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc.

 

Richard Morgan

Old Port Cove Holdings

 

Martin E. Murphy, Sr.

Cracker Boy Boat Works

 

Stephanie Smith

Moores Marine of the Palm Beaches

 

John Sprague

JH Sprague Consulting

 

 

Staff 

 

Chuck Collins

Executive Director

 

Alyssa Freeman

Operations Director

 

Stephanie Brown

Administrative Assistant

 

 

 

Contact Info 

 

1208 US Highway One

Suite B

North Palm Beach, FL  33408

 

P.O. Box 10576

Riviera Beach, FL 33419

 

(561) 863-0012

 

 

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MIAPBC Open House 

  

Join us for an open house at our NEW office!
 
When: Tuesday, January 26th
 
 Where: 1208 US Highway 1, Suite B
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
 
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
 
 
Complementary lite bites and drinks, plus raffle prizes!

Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade Awards Ceremony 

January Member Anniversaries 
Member Anniversaries Years
Akzo Nobel(JASON)
1
Alley, Maass, Rogers & Lindsay, P.A.(ROBB R.)
30
Barnacle Busters(LOU)
21
Beard Marine of the Palm Beaches,Inc.(JOE)
26
Blue Marlin Marine Electronics(CHRIS)
20
Bluewater Yacht Sales(JAN)
1
Bobby Soles Propeller(CAPT. JIM)
18
Brownie’s Yacht Diver Stores(DAVE)
7
C 2 Shore(JEREMY)
21
Cannonsport Marina(TOM)
22
Cracker Boy Boat Works(PHIL & LORE)
25
D.T. Detailing(DENISE)
4
Dunn Marine Inc.(KYLE)
1
Florida Fishing Academy(CAPTAIN RICHARD)
7
Gold Coast Marine Distributors(DON)
17
Gulfstream Marine A/C and Refrigeration,Inc.(KEN HERTZ AND RICH)
27
JAS Marine Service, Inc.(JOHN)
8
JH Sprague Consulting, LLC(JOHN)
13
Lance Marine Documentation Agents, Inc.(GENIE)
30
Land and Marine Services, Inc.(CAPTAIN JIM)
26
Land n’ Sea Distributing, Inc.(DANNY)
28
Loggerhead Marina”(RAYMOND)
19
Marine Business Advisors(JIM)
21
Marine Exhaust Systems, Inc.(SHEILA)
32
Merritt Supply(TIM)
30
New Port Cove Marine Center(BRUCE)
17
North Palm Beach Marina(JIM)
13
Ocean Alloys/Seaworthy Services(RANDY)
20
Old Port Cove Marina(MARK)
30
P.B.C. Tourist Development Council(GLENN)
16
Palm Beach Yacht Club & Marina(SHAYNA)
22
Palm Beach Yachts International(DUANE)
21
Palm Harbor Marina(JOHN)
28
Sailfish Marina(BRYAN)
30
Sea Tow Palm Beach(CAPT. WILL)
28
Stain Busters(LOU)
21
Teak Deck Company(J.T.)
4
Tequesta Insurance Advisors(BETH)
4
The Bluffs Marina(MARK)
2
The Proper Way Underwater Services, Inc.(EDWARD)
4
TowBoat U.S./TowBoat One Inc.(CHRIS)
26
Turnkey Communications & Public Relations, Inc.(LOUISA)
1
Water Taxi of the Palm Beaches(CHRIS)
4
West Palm Beach Fishing Club(TOM)
19

AHOY! Welcome New Members 
ServiceOne Marine Trade & Mechanical Services, LLC
Marc Marin
340 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL   33483
Office: 844-266-0520
Email: marc.marin@serviceonemarine.com
 Let us know if you would like to be our featured member in our next, or upcoming, newsletter. It’s easy, and it’s a great way to promote yourself (and your business) to other members who may not know you yet.  Email Alyssa atalyssa@marinepbc.org for the form.

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Let us know if you would like to be our featured member in our next, or upcoming, newsletter. It’s easy, and it’s a great way to promote yourself (and your business) to other members who may not know you yet.  Email Alyssa atalyssa@marinepbc.org for the form. 

Membership Renewal 

 

Don’t forget to renew your membership!

 

Click Here to renew now! 
 
Click Here to become a new member! 
 
Click Here for a letter from our Executive Director.

Testimonials 
MIAPBC Members: We need your help!
We are looking for member testimonials to be featured on our website and other member recruitment materials. In 2-3 sentences, sum up why you decided to join the MIAPBC and how it has been beneficial for you. Please email these toalyssa@marinepbc.org by January 31.
Something new we would like to incorporate for 2016 is the MIAPBC Ambassador Program. Veteran members (5+ years) would make themselves available to talk to new members in a mentor-like role. Sometimes it is better for new members to talk to other members who have been in their shoes rather than association staff. Ambassador’s would also make new members feel welcome at MIAPBC events. If you are interested, contact Alyssa Freeman.

79th SAILFISH DERBY SET FOR EARLY JANUARY 
West Palm Beach – The West Palm Beach Fishing Club’s (WPBFC) 79th annual Silver Sailfish Derby, headquartered out of the Sailfish Marina on Singer Island, is set for January 6th through 9th, 2016.  Established in 1935, the event is recognized as ‘The World’s Oldest Sailfish Tournament’ and continues to attract some of the best sailfish anglers, captains and crews in the sport.
The tournament is expected to draw approximately 40 boats and 200 anglers who will be vying for some of sailfishing’s most prestigious awards.  Part of what makes the Derby so special are the traditions and the people behind them.  Many Derby awards are sponsored by families who have

been associated with the event for decades.  The Derby’s top angler a
ward is the Mrs. Henry R. Rea trophy, a magnificent silver sailfish sculpture that dates back to the event’s origin.  Henry Rea was a WPBFC supporter and seasonal resident of Palm Beach who underwrote the spectacular trophy to honor his wife.  The Rea Trophy remains one of the most coveted trophies in all of angling.  The Top Lady Angler trophy is sponsored by the Hampp Family in memory of Rose Hampp, who won the honor in the 1957 Derby along with many other awards throughout her accomplished angling career.  The Louis S. Boski award for Outstanding Angling Achievement honors the late Lou Boski, an active WPBFC member who set the Atlantic sailfish single day catch record of 83 releases in 1980.  Other prizes include the Top Small Boat trophy, Top Tag Team, daily angler and boat awards, and overall boat and angler awards.
Those who are not fishing the event can follow tournament boat standings on the Derby’s mobile friendly virtual scoreboard.  The Derby scoreboard will go live just prior to the event and can be found on the WPBFC official website.
Photo’s from the tournament are routinely posted on Instagram at #SilverSailfishDerby.  Proceeds from the event benefit the WPBFC’s many conservation and education initiatives.  For registration and additional details on the Silver Sailfish Derby contact the WPBFC at (561) 832-6780 or visit:  www.westpalmbeachfishingclub.org
More Derby History….
The Silver Sailfish Derby was established by the WPBFC during the Great Depression as a way to stimulate tourism and business in the Palm Beaches.  In the late 1950’s famous American author and avid big game angler Ernest Hemingway was a Derby trophy sponsor.  While plenty of celebrities have participated in the event through the years, it is the Derby’s longstanding support of billfish conservation that has been its hallmark.  In the late 1930’s Derby organizers began promoting catch and release fishing for sailfish, a very new and radical concept for the day.  This forward-thinking approach to offshore saltwater fishing set the stage for the catch and release ethic that is widely practiced by anglers today. Perhaps the most notable conservation contribution attributable to the Derby is the development of the red release pennant.  The WPBFC began flying the pennants in 1938. Today, the little red pennant is recognized around the world as a way to signify a sailfish release. The Derby was also among the first tournaments to incorporate game fish tagging for scientific purposes into a competitive format.  The WPBFC became an early advocate for the use of non-offset circle hooks when fishing for sailfish and required their use in the tournament prior to the National Marine Fisheries Service mandate.  Eagle Claw L2004EL zero degree offset circle hooks and the Eagle Claw TroKar non-offset circle hook are the ‘Official Circle Hooks’ of the Silver Sailfish Derby.  Author Mike Rivkin chronicled the Silver Sailfish Derby’s storied history in his book, The West Palm Beach Fishing Club: A 75-year History. View classic images from Derby’s past at:

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Celebrating 30 Years! 

Join us for an open house 
at our NEW office next Tuesday!
When: Tuesday, January 26th
 Where: 1208 US Highway 1, Suite B
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
(lower level of Cove Plaza, second building)
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Complimentary passed hors d’oeuvres and drinks.
Business card raffle drawings for boat show ticket vouchers, gift cards, and more!
Bring a friend and if they join as a new business member, you both will be entered to win a $250 gift card! (Drawing will take place February 1).
MIAPBC Contact:
Alyssa Freeman
(561) 863-0012

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Youth Sailing Foundation of the Palm Beaches – 
Spring Sail Team Sponsorship Available
Marine Industries Association Members,
The Youth Sailing Foundation of the Palm Beaches was formed in 2015 to support youth sailing in Palm Beach County by working with established organizations in the community.  One of our goals is to support young sailors who are interested in developing their sailing skills but may not have the financial means to do so.
The Palm Beach Sailing Club is currently registering sailors for the Spring Sailing Team that starts Saturday January 16th.  Participants range in age from 8-16, with younger sailors in the small Optimist dinghy, and the high school sailors in the olympic class Laser dinghy.  Season runs from Jan 16 to May 26.  There is one after-school practice during the week, and a Saturday practice.  Competitive sailors travel to regattas around South Florida.  Many of the older Sail Team sailors return to work as summer camp counselors or volunteers.  The Coaching fee for the Spring Season is $450 and there is a $150 boat rental fee.
Our Foundation would like to sponsor a young sailor with a genuine interest in developing their sailing skills, who is in good academic standing and may require financial assistance.    Sponsorship may be partial or full depending on assessed need.
Please provide the following information for sponsorship consideration totom@ysfpb.org by January 24th.
Sailor Name:
Parent Name:
Phone #:
E-mail:
Sailor Age:
School Name/Grade:
Sailing Experience:
Please describe expected benefits:
Please explain financial need:
Other:
MIA affiliation:
Thank you for your consideration.
Best Regards,
Tom
MIAPBC Contact:
Alyssa Freeman
(561) 863-0012

   

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Singer Island Voice | Update #61 | Jan 18, 2016
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WHAT:
Singer Island Civic Association January 2016 Meeting
WHERE:
Palm Beach Shores Community Ctr
90 Edwards Lane (NOT Town Hall)
Palm Beach Shores, 33404
WHEN:
Monday, January 25, 2016
Refreshments from 6:00 p.m.
Meeting Time: 7:00 p.m.
THE PROGRAM
Safeguarding Our Borders and Waterways …
“A Panel Discussion”
A very informative meeting … hear firsthand on the constant collaboration between all entities required to protect the port and surrounding areas, with many committee and groups meeting to discuss possible and existing problems.
Limited Parking … Please consider carpooling
Singer Island, December 30, 2015: 28 migrants come ashore – WPTV.com – Learn more

 

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From Sally: I’m emailing you in response to the suggestion that we contact our representatives regarding our island. If we do not have the ability to vote since some of us are not residents of Florida but pay property taxes, we should be able to vote in all local elections. Many of our island part-time residence pay huge tax bills each year with no representation whatsoever. I would like to initiate a bill through our state representatives to allow property owners the ability to vote in local and state elections in states in which they own their property and pay taxes. This is taxation with no representation.
From the office of Rep. Bill Hager …

A US Citizen can only be registered to vote in one state, and can only be a legal resident of one state. In fact, there have been people prosecuted for voting in 2 different states for the same election. I would suggest that our part time residents know they can still voice their concerns, come to town hall meetings, email and call their elected officials. We don’t look up whether or not a person is registered to vote when they call us, we just ask their address to know that we represent them.
Update: If you haven’t done so, please update your voter registration or register to vote in the upcoming March 15, 2016 Municipal Elections. Learn more …
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Upcoming Island, City, and Area Events:

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your input on Island topics…so we can get the word out here.

JAN Monthly News Column: Anne M. Gannon, Constitutional Tax Collector – VIEW>

Note from County Vice Mayor Hal Valeche: VIEW >>
January 2016: The Islander, Seabreeze Publications – Community News: VIEW >>
 
Newsletter (Qtrly): Riviera Beach Police Department, “The Blotter”  VIEW >> 
Tuesday, JAN 19th; 6:00-7:00 p.m. – RBCRA’s Clean & Safe Operation Business Watch meeting at 1229 E. Blue Heron Blvd, Singer Island at Riviera Beach.  DON’T MISS THIS IMPORTANT PRESENTATION … LEARN THE BASICS OF HOW TO PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS, YOU’RE CUSTOMERS AND YOUR EMPLOYEES.
Monday, JAN 25th, 7:00 p.m.: “SICA Meeting” – Safeguarding Our Borders and Waterways … “A Panel Discussion”; 90 Edwards Lane, Palm Beach
Saturday, JAN 30th:  “Spaghetti Dinner” at the Lake Park VFW. We would love to see you there.  If you have questions, e-mail me, Julie Ahearn, at vinahearn@aol.com
Saturday, FEB 6th: “Sneak preview Manatee Lagoon” – WPTV.com – RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. – Florida Power and Light is set to open up … VIEW >>
Saturday, FEB 13th: “MONTHLY ISLAND-WIDE BEACH CLEANUP” –  Singer Island Civic Association encourages residents to participate in the Beach Cleanup every second Saturday of the month. Please contact Joy Africano at joyafricano@yahoo.com or 716-228-2588 if you are interested in organizing your condo / subdivision. Learn more
 Every Thursday Night at Sailfish Marina: 3 Reasons why you should check out the Sailfish Marina “Sunset Celebration” on Singer Island  VIEW >>
 
Enjoy ‘Instagram’ Scenes of Singer Island: Loving life on Singer Island, Palm Beach, Florida … where a picture is worth a thousand words VIEW >>

Singer Island Area News of the Week:

Palm Beach Gardens: – cbs12.com –  ‘Art of Dr. Seuss,’ exhibit opening Monday, January 18th, at the Gardens Mall …
 VIEW >>
PBC Real Estate – WPTV.com – 2016 is shaping up to be the hottest year to buy property in Palm Beach County, experts predict …
 
VIEW >>
Travel Warning:  – nbcnews.com – Travel Warning Issued for Pregnant Women Amid Zika Virus Fears which is believed to be linked to …
 
VIEW >>
Riviera Beach: – RivieraBch.com –  The Citizen Resource Center provides Riviera Beach residents with a centralized location for complaints …
 
VIEW >> 
Palm Beach Shores: – PalmBeachPost.com – A Palm Beach Shores police officer who faced multiple claims of sex assault has been fired …
VIEW >>

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