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DEVELOPMENT

Jupiter Inlet Village focus groups meet

The Town of Jupiter is collecting information and opinions to aid in the formation of the Jupiter Inlet Village land development regulations.

Focus groups have been created to give the residents a voice.

On Nov. 29, residents within the Inlet Village met, while on Dec. 1, residents of the Town of Jupiter who live outside of the Inlet Village area are meeting. There are two remaining focus groups.

Property owners in the Inlet Village will meet on Dec. 6, and businesses in the Inlet Village will meet Dec. 13, both meeting from 6 to 8 p.m.

No town officials will attend the meetings to enable participants to feel more comfortable when voicing an opinion. The meetings will be held at the Jupiter Community Center, located at 200 Military Trail, in Jupiter.

For more information, contact Kate Moretto at 561-741-2575.

SEASONAL 

Need help with holiday decorations?

With December comes the holidays. With the holidays comes bright and cheery decorations.

Yes, they are festive and great to look at, but putting them up is another story!

There is help.

El Sol has many workers ready to help ring in the holidays. El Sol is the perfect place to find workers to help hang decorations.

“El Sol is great,“ said Frank Salvaggio, of Jupiter. “A great group of hardworking guys helped me move last year. I will use the center again for certain!“

The center is located at 106 Military Trail, in Jupiter. Their number is 561-745-9860. Stop in or call to find out how El Sol can help you prepare for the holidays.

You can check them out online at www.friendsofelsol.org.

COMMUNITY VISUALS

Holiday Boat Parade gearing up!

Mark your calendars: Saturday, Dec. 3 is only a few days away.

The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County’s 22nd Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade will flood the Intracoastal Waterways.

The parade begins at 6 p.m. in North Palm Beach and is expected to arrive in Jupiter at about 8 p.m., then end the parade at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Museum.

“I see it every year. It’s a fantastic way to ring in the season,” said Heather Winerski, of Jupiter. More information can be found at www.palmbeachboatparade.com.

TOYS FOR TOTS

Fill the toy drop box near you

Every year since 1947, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program has been collecting toys for underprivileged children.

Once again this holiday season, the Marines are asking for the generosity of those in the community to help complete their mission.

There are a large number of locations around town that contain a toy drop box.

Planners of many events in the area also ask participants to bring a new, unwrapped toy to their venue.

“I know there is a drop box at Jupiter Community Center, that’s where I always go,” said Blake Brownstone, of Jupiter.

Your generosity will bring many smiles to children who would otherwise go without.

The Toys for Tot’s website is www.toysfortots.org.

YOUR WEEKLY BRIEFING is written by Andrea Lussier and is special to The Jupiter Courier Newsweekly. Email her at ajm91472@yahoo.com.

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Jupiter boat parade organizers hoping for better weather, turnout

Decorated in lights for the holidays, about 50 boats ranging in size from 20-foot fishing vessels to 100-foot yachts are scheduled to cast off in north county for Saturday night’s 22nd annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade.

“We have families who have done this for 20 years. It’s a family tradition for them,” said Alyssa Freeman, the parade spokesperson.

About 40 boats so far have signed up. More are expected to join at the Captain’s Meeting planned at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Season’s 52 Restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens. That is the deadline for registration, which is free.

To read the latest headlines from Jupiter, go to mypalmbeachpost.com/jupiter

Fireworks launched from boats heading north along the Intracoastal Waterway are planned for the parade starting at 6 p.m. in North Palm Beach at the north end of the Lake Worth Lagoon.

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Small boats and yachts are decorated for the annual boat parade in north county (Photo/Allen Eyestone)


The parade, sponsored and produced by the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County, ends about three hours later at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

Extended fireworks are planned at the North Palm Beach Marina, Jupiter’s Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk at Indiantown Road and Harbourside Place, plus a grand finale at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse courtesy of Square Grouper Tiki Bar, Jetty’s and U-Tiki.

As usual, the thousands of spectators lined along the route will be waving their flashlights for boats to stop and collect their donations for U.S. Marine Reserves Toys for Tots Program. Volunteers in marked boats will pick up the toys.

+Jupiter boat parade organizers hoping for better weather, turnout photo

2015 annual Holiday Boat Parade Route


Toy donations also can be dropped off at dozens of local businesses. For a list of donation locations, go to palmbeachboatparade.com.

Last year, the MIAPBC collected about 5,000 toys for needy children in Palm Beach County. That was down from about 8,000 the previous year, said Freeman.

“The weather last year was windy and rainy. That reduced the crowds. Hopefully, we will have better weather this year and more people will attend and make donations,” Freeman said.

Boat entries will be accepted through Wednesday. Boat entry is free and open to boats of all sizes.

The top three boats in each size category, plus “Best of Parade,” win a total of more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. Judging is based on three factors: lights, enthusiasm and overall effect.

For information and a list of all our sponsors and supporters, go to palmbeachboatparade.com, email alyssa@marinepbc.org, or call (561) 863-0012.



Where to watch:

  • North Palm Beach Country Club
  • Juno Park
  • Bert Winters Park
  • Riverwalk Events Plaza
  • Harbourside Place
  • Sawfish Bay Park
  • Lighthouse Park

 

SOURCE: MIAPBC

Bridge openings

Because of weather, winds, tides and currents, exact times cannot be determined.

Parker/US 1 Bridge (North Palm Beach): Between 6 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. Permit allows for a 1-hour opening.

PGA Bridge: Between 6:30-6:45 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Donald Ross Bridge: Between 7:15-7:30 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Indiantown Road Bridge: Between 8-8:15 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Jupiter Federal Bridge: Between 8:15-8:30 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

SOURCE: MIAPBC

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Your weekly briefing

DEVELOPMENT

Jupiter Inlet Village focus groups meet

The Town of Jupiter is collecting information and opinions to aid in the formation of the Jupiter Inlet Village land development regulations.

Focus groups have been created to give the residents a voice.

On Nov. 29, residents within the Inlet Village met, while on Dec. 1, residents of the Town of Jupiter who live outside of the Inlet Village area are meeting. There are two remaining focus groups.

Property owners in the Inlet Village will meet on Dec. 6, and businesses in the Inlet Village will meet Dec. 13, both meeting from 6 to 8 p.m.

No town officials will attend the meetings to enable participants to feel more comfortable when voicing an opinion. The meetings will be held at the Jupiter Community Center, located at 200 Military Trail, in Jupiter.

For more information, contact Kate Moretto at 561-741-2575.

SEASONAL 

Need help with holiday decorations?

With December comes the holidays. With the holidays comes bright and cheery decorations.

Yes, they are festive and great to look at, but putting them up is another story!

There is help.

El Sol has many workers ready to help ring in the holidays. El Sol is the perfect place to find workers to help hang decorations.

“El Sol is great,“ said Frank Salvaggio, of Jupiter. “A great group of hardworking guys helped me move last year. I will use the center again for certain!“

The center is located at 106 Military Trail, in Jupiter. Their number is 561-745-9860. Stop in or call to find out how El Sol can help you prepare for the holidays.

You can check them out online at www.friendsofelsol.org.

COMMUNITY VISUALS

Holiday Boat Parade gearing up!

Mark your calendars: Saturday, Dec. 3 is only a few days away.

The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County’s 22nd Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade will flood the Intracoastal Waterways.

The parade begins at 6 p.m. in North Palm Beach and is expected to arrive in Jupiter at about 8 p.m., then end the parade at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Museum.

“I see it every year. It’s a fantastic way to ring in the season,” said Heather Winerski, of Jupiter. More information can be found at www.palmbeachboatparade.com.

TOYS FOR TOTS

Fill the toy drop box near you

Every year since 1947, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program has been collecting toys for underprivileged children.

Once again this holiday season, the Marines are asking for the generosity of those in the community to help complete their mission.

There are a large number of locations around town that contain a toy drop box.

Planners of many events in the area also ask participants to bring a new, unwrapped toy to their venue.

“I know there is a drop box at Jupiter Community Center, that’s where I always go,” said Blake Brownstone, of Jupiter.

Your generosity will bring many smiles to children who would otherwise go without.

The Toys for Tot’s website is www.toysfortots.org.

YOUR WEEKLY BRIEFING is written by Andrea Lussier and is special to The Jupiter Courier Newsweekly. Email her at ajm91472@yahoo.com.

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Missing Florida teens: Dad wants more info from snap chats, email …

Snapchat messages, texts and emails exist that show the parents of Austin Stephanos may have known the two 14-year-old boys were headed to the Bahamas before they went missing off Jupiter Inlet in July 2015, an attorney for Perry Cohen’s father said in Palm Beach County court today.

“Who knows? What was known? This father deserves to know what happened to his son,” said Matt Weissing, the attorney representing Cohen said at the 90-minute hearing.

Click here for full coverage of Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen

Text messages from the boys to and from their families and friends were handed out by Weissing.

Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos never returned from a boat trip through the Jupiter Inlet on July 24, 2015. The 14-year-old boys were not found despite a massive search of more than 50,000 square miles of sea by the U.S. Coast Guard and the families.

+Missing Florida teens: Father wants release of boys’ snapchats, emails photo

Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos


Blu Stephanos emphatically denied he had any knowledge his son was considering taking the boat to the Bahamas.

“I didn’t know. There is no way I would have let him go if if had any idea knowledge he was considering it,” Stephanos said after the hearing.

The 19-foot boat, found by a Norwegian transport ship March 18, was brought back to Port Everglades May 16. An iPhone was found aboard the boat.

+Missing Florida teens: Father wants more info from snapchats, emails photo

Blu Stephanos, father of Austin Stephanos, attended a press conference in the Florida Capitol Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, in support of … read more

Apple computer experts disassembled the phone. They were unable to get any information from the device. Apple still has the phone.

Perry Cohen’s father Phil Cohen has filed a bill of discovery to allow release of the electronic information.

To read the latest headlines from Jupiter, go to mypalmbeachpost.com/jupiter

+Missing Florida teens: Parents to go to state’s attorney over iPhone photo

Blu Stephanos, father of Austin Stephanos, attended a press conference in the Florida Capitol Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, in support of … read more

Attorneys for Perry Cohen’s mother Pamela, as well as Blu Stephanos and Carly Black — the parents of Austin — want the bill of discovery denied.

“It’s a fishing expedition. It’s to seek information for a potential lawsuit,” said George Harris, lawyer for Carly Black.

Phil Cohen obtained the electronic message from the boys from his own investigation. The information did not come from Apple, said Weissing.

+Missing teens: Why Jupiter will never forget Austin and Perry photo

Austin Stephanos


Asked if he would use the electronic messages as a basis for a lawsuit, Weissing said: “It depends on what they show.”

The electronic messages should not be made public because they are personal and confidential, lawyers for Black and Stephanos said.

“They are messages between a son and his family,” said Michael Pike, the lawyer representing Stephanos, said after the hearing.

Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Gregory Keyser did not make a ruling Tuesday. The next step is a Dec. 15 hearing.

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Families of teens lost at sea await boat investigation report

Clues into last year’s disappearance at sea of Tequesta teens Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen still are being investigated — but some findings are expected soon, lawyers told a Palm Beach County judge Tuesday.

Since May, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have been conducting a forensic investigation of the 19-foot, single-engine boat that exited the Jupiter Inlet with the 14-year-old boys on July 24, 2015.

Investigators met with Austin’s father a few weeks ago, said attorney Michael Pike, during a hearing that focused on whether the court should widen the review of possible evidence in the tragedy.

Until now the attention has been on the vessel, recovered in March by a Norwegian supply vessel off the coast of Bermuda, and an iPhone that belonged to Austin and was found on the capsized SeaCraft. In May, representatives for Apple told Pike they were unable to power the damaged device and attempt to extract data.

Vigils mark one-year anniversary of Tequesta teens' disappearance at sea

Vigils mark one-year anniversary of Tequesta teens’ disappearance at sea

Family, friends and the community held Light the Coast vigils in Jupiter, Pompano Beach, and Boynton Beach on Sunday, one year after Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen disappeared at sea. 

Nearly 200 communities across the globe lit the coast in honor of the two teens.

In Pompano, about 20 people…

Family, friends and the community held Light the Coast vigils in Jupiter, Pompano Beach, and Boynton Beach on Sunday, one year after Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen disappeared at sea. 

Nearly 200 communities across the globe lit the coast in honor of the two teens.

In Pompano, about 20 people…

(CBS-12)

Still hoping to learn where the boys were before they went missing — a fishing trip has been suggested — their families have agreed to have the password-protected phone examined by another company that has yet to be selected.

The phone remains in Apple’s possession pending some legal releases, said Pike, who was joined in court Monday by Blu Stephanos, Austin’s father.

Circuit Judge Gregory Keyser heard arguments about a request by Perry’s father, Phil Cohen, who lives in Southern California, to obtain access to social media accounts and emails from his son and Austin, to help find out if the best friends had embarked on a trip to the Bahamas.

Vigil to mark one-year anniversary of Tequesta teens' disappearance at sea

Vigil to mark one-year anniversary of Tequesta teens’ disappearance at sea

It’s been one year since two Tequesta teenagers vanished at sea, and a vigil is planned this weekend to mark the tragic anniversary.

Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos, both 14, vanished while on a fishing trip off the Jupiter Inlet on July 24, 2015.

“Perry is no longer here with me and not a single…

It’s been one year since two Tequesta teenagers vanished at sea, and a vigil is planned this weekend to mark the tragic anniversary.

Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos, both 14, vanished while on a fishing trip off the Jupiter Inlet on July 24, 2015.

“Perry is no longer here with me and not a single…

(Lisa J. Huriash)

Keyser said he will rule sometime after he receives written proposals from the lawyers by a Dec. 12 deadline.

The request is opposed by Perry’s mother, Pamela Cohen, who is divorced from the father, said her attorney, Guy Rubin.

Also filing objections are Austin’s mother and father, through their respective attorneys. They blasted such a move as “invasive,” and a “fishing expedition” for a potential wrongful death lawsuit that has no place in court action aimed at preserving the iPhone.

Rubin asked the judge to deny Phil Cohen’s request because the pending investigative reports from the two state agencies will provide the same information the father wants.

Pamela Cohen “won’t rest until she gets the answers,” Rubin said.

An extensive, weekslong search by the U.S. Coast Guard, law enforcement agencies, private groups and others, from Jupiter to North Carolina, couldn’t locate the teens.

Their empty boat was initially found by the U.S Coast Guard about 67 nautical miles off the coast of Daytona Beach two days after they disappeared, but it drifted away because it wasn’t secured.

After it was finally returned to the U.S., the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission took possession and began working with the state Department of Law Enforcement.

Rob Klepper, a spokesman for the commission, said Tuesday the agencies were “still compiling information and writing the report.”

Before vigils held alongside the South Florida coast in July to mark the one-year anniversary of the disappearance, Pamela Cohen told the news media, “I have tried to understand why he was taken from me, his family and his friends.”

Matt Weissing, attorney for Phil Cohen, said his client “lost his son. He has a true interest in this case to get to the bottom of it.”

Cohen has been conducting his own investigation and told the judge he was aware of a text message sent from his son concerning an imminent voyage to the Bahamas.

“Who knew those two boys were going to try to cross to the Bahamas the next day?” Weissing said, contending the judge had the authority to approve access to the social media and phone records.

Cohen wants to find out if any of the other parents had knowledge of a planned Bahamas trip aboard the boat used by the teens, Weissing said.

But Carly Black, Austin’s mother, last year told reporters she thinks the friends were likely headed for a fishing spot known as The Stairs, a series of underwater ledges, about 4 1/2 miles east of Jupiter.

Black has said the boys would not have been trying to make a pass to the Bahamas. They both have been to the islands on family vacations and knew passports were necessary, she said.

mjfreeman@sunsentinel.com, 561-243-6642 or Twitter @MarcJFreeman

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Learn about shipwrecks off Jupiter on Friday

“Jupiter Inlet Shipwrecks 1600-1700s” historical marker at Jupiter Beach Park was dedicated on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. (Bruce R. Bennett/The Palm Beach Post)

Artifacts from the 17th century Spanish shipwreck San Miguel De Archangel are scheduled to be presented by Capt. Peter H. Leo at John Dickinson State Park south of Hobe Sound on Friday, December 2nd at 6 p.m.

The event is free and open to the public. For information, call 561-745-5551.

Leo spent 35 years working as an ocean lifeguard for Palm Beach County.

In 1987, Pete accidentally swam onto the remains of the vessel lying in just 10 feet of water and 200 feet offshore from his lifeguard tower at Jupiter Beach Park.

The 1659 “Aviso” vessel produced thousands of silver and gold coins from multiple Spanish mints along with a wide variety of related marine artifacts.

Light refreshments will be served.

 


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Jupiter boat parade organizers hoping for better weather, turnout …

Decorated in lights for the holidays, about 50 boats ranging in size from 20-foot fishing vessels to 100-foot yachts are scheduled to cast off in north county for Saturday night’s 22nd annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade.

“We have families who have done this for 20 years. It’s a family tradition for them,” said Alyssa Freeman, the parade spokesperson.

About 40 boats so far have signed up. More are expected to join at the Captain’s Meeting planned at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Season’s 52 Restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens. That is the deadline for registration, which is free.

To read the latest headlines from Jupiter, go to mypalmbeachpost.com/jupiter

Fireworks launched from boats heading north along the Intracoastal Waterway are planned for the parade starting at 6 p.m. in North Palm Beach at the north end of the Lake Worth Lagoon.

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Small boats and yachts are decorated for the annual boat parade in north county (Photo/Allen Eyestone)


The parade, sponsored and produced by the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County, ends about three hours later at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

Extended fireworks are planned at the North Palm Beach Marina, Jupiter’s Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk at Indiantown Road and Harbourside Place, plus a grand finale at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse courtesy of Square Grouper Tiki Bar, Jetty’s and U-Tiki.

As usual, the thousands of spectators lined along the route will be waving their flashlights for boats to stop and collect their donations for U.S. Marine Reserves Toys for Tots Program. Volunteers in marked boats will pick up the toys.

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2015 annual Holiday Boat Parade Route


Toy donations also can be dropped off at dozens of local businesses. For a list of donation locations, go to palmbeachboatparade.com.

Last year, the MIAPBC collected about 5,000 toys for needy children in Palm Beach County. That was down from about 8,000 the previous year, said Freeman.

“The weather last year was windy and rainy. That reduced the crowds. Hopefully, we will have better weather this year and more people will attend and make donations,” Freeman said.

Boat entries will be accepted through Wednesday. Boat entry is free and open to boats of all sizes.

The top three boats in each size category, plus “Best of Parade,” win a total of more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. Judging is based on three factors: lights, enthusiasm and overall effect.

For information and a list of all our sponsors and supporters, go to palmbeachboatparade.com, email alyssa@marinepbc.org, or call (561) 863-0012.



Where to watch:

  • North Palm Beach Country Club
  • Juno Park
  • Bert Winters Park
  • Riverwalk Events Plaza
  • Harbourside Place
  • Sawfish Bay Park
  • Lighthouse Park

 

SOURCE: MIAPBC

Bridge openings

Because of weather, winds, tides and currents, exact times cannot be determined.

Parker/US 1 Bridge (North Palm Beach): Between 6 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. Permit allows for a 1-hour opening.

PGA Bridge: Between 6:30-6:45 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Donald Ross Bridge: Between 7:15-7:30 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Indiantown Road Bridge: Between 8-8:15 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

Jupiter Federal Bridge: Between 8:15-8:30 p.m. Permit allows for a 45-minute opening.

SOURCE: MIAPBC

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Treasure Coast Fishing Report: Paddle shallow for snook and more

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Diver dies after rescue 4 miles off Jupiter coast – wptv.com

JUPITER, Fla. – The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says a diver has died after being pulled from the water Thanksgiving morning 4 miles off the coast, south of the Jupiter Inlet.

At about 9:53 a.m., the Jupiter Police Department said they were notified by the Coast Guard of a diver in distress at the location. 

PBSO said an investigation determined that the diver became sick. Once he entered the water he immediately began to struggle.  The captain of the boat tried to assist him, but he remained unresponsive.

Three members of Jupiter police used a marine unit vessel and responded to the area to provide assistance.  

When they arrived, officers learned the unresponsive diver, whose name has not been released, had been pulled from the water by a Sea Tow employee. 

Police said the officers began lifesaving efforts while aboard the Sea Tow vessel. 

The diver was transported to Dubois Park where Palm Beach County Fire Rescue took the diver to St. Mary’s Medical Center in critical condition, but he died at 11:18 a.m. 

 

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Diver dies after rescue 4 miles off Jupiter coast

JUPITER, Fla. – UPDATE: PBSO says the diver did not survive their injuries.

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ORIGINAL STORY:

The Jupiter Police Department says a diver was pulled from the water Thanksgiving morning 4 miles off the coast, south of the Jupiter Inlet.

At about 9:53 a.m., police said they were notified by the Coast Guard of a diver in distress at the location. 

Three members of the Jupiter Police Department used a marine unit vessel and responded to the area to provide assistance.  

When they arrived, officers learned the unresponsive diver had been pulled from the water by a Sea Tow employee. 

Police said the officers began lifesaving efforts while aboard the Sea Tow vessel. 

The diver was transported to Dubois Park where Palm Beach County Fire Rescue took the diver to St. Mary’s Medical Center in critical condition. 

Police said the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission was contacted and responded regarding the incident.

 

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