southwest chapter of abate of florida april 2015


Upload: atm

Post on 06-Feb-2016




0 download


The April 2015 Newsletter of the Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida


Page 1: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


Lobby & Educate the Government & the General Public to Promote Motorcycling in a Safe & Positive Image

APRIL 2015 Volume XXXIV, Issue X


Page 2: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC.Southwest Chapter

PO BOX 60745 • Fort Myers, FL


Name (Please Print Legibly): __________________________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip Code + Four

Phone: (Include Area Code) _______________________ Email Address: __________________________________

May we use your phone number for our phone tree? YES NO

Are you a registered Voter? YES NO

Please List your voting districts from your Voter Registration Card:

_________ FL House _________ FL Senate _________ US Congress District

Name of Chapter you wish to join ___________________________________________________________

If you are a member of more than one chapter, please designate your home chapter _______________________________________

Select ONE of the following:

New/Renewal - Annual Membership Due $20.00

Lifetime Membership $ 150.00

Transfer Membership to: __________________________________________________________________________________

Change of Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________

Signature _______________________________________________________ Date: ____________________________________

Sponsored by Chapter Member : _______________________________________________________________________________

Memberships are open to anyone 18 years of age or older All members receive with their paid membership a membership card, our bi-monthly Masterlink magazine, Chapter Newsletter, Chapter voting privileges and

personal involvement in Statewide legislative actions and their freedom to ride



Dues Paid by Cash Check Money Order

Mailed Date: Membership Card _________________________

Copy of By Laws _________________________

Membership Expiration _________________________

Make Checks Payable to:

ABATE of Florida, Inc.

Southwest Chapter

Page 3: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


WHO WE ARE We are a non-profit organization of motorcycle enthusiasts from all walks of life. We lobby and educate the government and the general public to promote motorcycling in a safe and positive image. We endeavor to enlist the cooperation and participation of all organizations and individuals that share a similar interest in preserving our American tradition of FREEDOM. We promote motorcycle safety, training, & political awareness. We ARE NOT A CLUB OR A GANG. We fund our work through toy runs, poker runs, campouts, and other motorcycle activities. We are your neighbors & friends who work, pay taxes, and get involved with our community. We serve and support our country and believe in freedom. We use all legal means to protect our rights without infringing on the rights of others.

OUR GOALSTo become a powerful and viable political force in legislative matters concerning the motorcyclist.To promote the safe riding habits without infringing on individual freedoms.To motivate the bikers to write letters to their legislators before, during, and after the legislative session.To furnish our members with a newsletter to keep all bikers informed in regards to upcoming legislation.



APRIL 12at Crossroads

MEMBER MATERIAL DEADLINE : 20th of the Month for Editorial

and Board Approval




ABATE of Florida, Inc. Southwest Chapter

PO Box 60745, Fort Myers, FL 33906

Disclaimer:The views expressed in this newsletter are not

necessarily those of ABATE of Florida, Inc. and or the Southwest Chapter.

This publication allows members to express their beliefs and opinions. ABATE of Florida, Inc. and

Southwest Chapter accept no responsibility for the comments, opinions or views contained in this

newsletter. Please direct correspondence in reference to this

publication to: Victor Piorkowski | (cell) 239-823-6159

Donations to ABATE of Florida, Inc. are not deductible for Federal Tax Purposes.

ABATE of Florida, Inc.© 2010 ABATE of Florida, Inc. Southwest Chapter •

All Rights ReservedABATE of Florida, Inc. and the Southwest Chapter

do not condone drinking while riding or driving

Page 4: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

ABATE of Florida, Inc. |Southwest ChapterEXECUTIVE BOARD & TRUSTEES

PO Box 60745, Fort Myers, FL

President -Victor Piorkowski 239.823.6159 | [email protected]

Vice President - Richard Leon239.728.7100 | [email protected]

Secretary - Laurie Hanley239-898-5168 | [email protected]

Treasurer - Gwynne Hickman239.246.2025 | [email protected]

Sergeant At Arms - Shayne [email protected] | 239.560.2565

Membership Trustee | Lynne Davis 239- 645-7936 | [email protected]

Public Relations - Gwynne Hickman239.246.2025 | [email protected]

Legislative Representative- Ken “Teddybear” Miller239.693.7035 | [email protected]

Safety Director - Frankie Kennedy239.849.9065 | [email protected]

State Delegate(s) - Victor Piorkowski , Richard Leon

Webmaster - Taylor Musburger239.334.1620 | [email protected]

Chapter Chaplain - Tom Provenzano 239.267.8641 | [email protected]

Road Captains - Gerry Mangina

HELP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MRO*Chapter Meetings held at Six Bends Harley-Davidson

of Fort Myers 1st Sunday of each month*MOTORCYCLE RIGHTS ORGANIZATION

ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC.©2012 ABATE of Florida, Inc. Southwest Chapter

• All Rights Reserved







The SWFL Chapter of LEATHERNECKSMotorcycle Club Intl., Inc.

We WelcomeMarine Veterans, FMF Corpsmen

And Active Duty Men and Women Marines

If you love riding a motorcycle and want the Brotherhood/Sisterhood. That you had in the Corps,

then we are what you want!For further information contact

Rail Road at: 239-321-3298Or visit our website at:

Page 5: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


STATE OFFICE:  ABATE OF Florida, Inc.  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520  Phone: (386) 943-9610 Fax: same Email: [email protected]     PRESIDENT:  JAMES "DOC" REICHENBACH  PO Box 712, Silver Springs, FL 34489-0712  Phone: (352) 625-6353 Fax: same Email: [email protected]     VICE PRESIDENT:  DENNIS "MUDDER" RUDOI  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520  Phone: (407) 925-4307 Fax: (407) 699-9748 Email: [email protected]     SECRETARY:  SHELLY JOHNSTON  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520  Phone:  (904) 405-4700 Fax:(386) 943-9610  Email: [email protected]     TREASURER:  PATTI NASRALLAH  PO Box 16309, Temple Terrace, FL 33687-6309  Phone: (813) 695-9203 Fax: (813) 626-2306  Email: [email protected]     SGT-AT-ARMS:   TJ PAINTER  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520   Phone: (352) 303-8299 Fax: (386) 943-9610 Email: [email protected]     PR/COMMUNICATIONS:  SARABETH KOHL  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520   Phone: (904) 591-4100 Fax: (386) 943-9610 Email: [email protected]

MASTERLINK EDITOR:  C/O STATE OFFICE  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520   Phone: (386) 943-9610 Fax: (386) 943-9610 Email: [email protected]     MEMBERSHIP:   GRACE LORD  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520   Phone: (904) 504-6362 Fax: (386) 943-9610  Email: [email protected]     SAFETY PROGRAM (MSAP) DIRECTOR:  CHARLIE WENGER  PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520   Phone: (954) 650-1420 FAX: (561) 333-6773 Email: [email protected]     LEGISLATIVE TRUSTEE:  DARRIN "SCRIBE" BROOKS PO Box 2520, Deland, FL 32721-2520  Phone: (239) 398-7145    Email: [email protected]     PRODUCTS TRUSTEE:  STEVE "CARETAKER" KNEE   PO Box 4372, Milton, FL 32572-4372   Phone: (850)529-4446 Fax: (386) 943-9610  Email: [email protected]     LEGAL COUNSEL:  LARRY CROW 1247 S. Pinellas Ave, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689  Phone: (727) 945-1112 Fax: (727) 945-9224  Email: [email protected]     WEBMASTER (appointed):   Email:[email protected]

This newsletter may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of political , human rights, economic, democracy, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material in this newsletter is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. If you wish to use

copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond ‘fair use’, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.

Page 6: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 7: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

President’s Message

Hello everyone,

I want to thank everyone who came out to Ft. Myers Bike Night and to our meeting at Crossroads in Cape Coral. The Freedom Rights Ralley is approaching and I’m looking for delegates interested in going. The State Meeting is on Sunday April 19th in Monticello. Monday April 20th, the ride will begin at the Super 8 in Moticello and end at the capitol. Our next Meeting will be on the 12th of April due to the State Meeting on the 19th, and the following weekend is the Leesburg Bike Fest. Regrettably, due to all my health issues, we will not be doing the Bears for Bears Event this May. Now with that said, we will still be collecting bears for the Lee County Sheriff ’s department. Boxes will be put out in April and I will send an email giving the locations. At our next meeting I will go over the rest of the details. This year has gone by very fast and it is once again time for elections in June. At our next meeting we will be taking nominations for the next board. Due to my on going health issues, I will not be running for President again.

Ride Safe,

Victor PiorkowskiSW Chapter PresidentAbate of Florida, Inc.

Page 8: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 9: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015



Keith BakerDarrell Barnett

Jerry BarnettDenee Bartels

Scott BlinkChet Butz

James Burkholder Nora Burkholder

Don Campbell Frances Cazes Wayne Cerra

Jonathan ConantTerry Covington

Audrey CranMaggie Cran

Rick CranRob Cran

Robert “Cruz” CrusanJim CrystalDan Curry

Ginny D’AstiBiffle Davis Lynne Davis

Mary Dicenzo-PorterAl Diagiaco

Frank DisommaCindy DoakRandy Eck

Marius EspeletaBrian Galvin

Sonny GartrellSteven Goldstein

Lynnda Gray Larry Gullia

Bob HallRodney Hollingsworth

Misti HollingsworthHarry Hoover

Jeff Hoover Jonathan Hunt

George HuttmanSusan “Red” Huttman

Dan Jackson Cindy “CJ” Jordan Frankie Kennedy

John KennedyEd LaCombe Julio Lopez

Mary Ann Rivera-Lopez“KD” Marlowe

Russell May Rev.Rea Means

Don Meredith Jr . Jo Ann Miller

Kenneth MillerJohn MitchellMoe Moser

Jim Mozeleski Taylor Musburger

Carl NelsonTerry Padilla

Bob PennAsuncsion Peppers

Richard Peppers

Victor PiorkowskiKathleen Provenzano

Rev. Thomas ProvenzanoBill Robinson

Janet Rolfe Tabitha Rossi

Roland SalsberryJencye Schmitt Jerry Schmitt

Bruce Scheiner Juergen Wolfgang

SchitzerJencye Schmitt Jerry Schmitt

Elsie SeifDoug SepanakRobert Simon

Kelly SmithRandall Spivey

Richard Stergulz Sandy Stergulz

Grandpa Stewart Lynda Stewart

Russell SullivanScott TurnerRuth Vorys

Teresa WebsterD. Payton Wells

Michael WielandJama Wyatt Steve Wyatt

To become a Life Member Contact Membership Trustee See information on Page 4

Page 10: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 11: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 12: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 13: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


Support Your Chapter @ Events


April 20151 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm

Ride to Capital

26 27 28

State Meeting

29 30

Cape Coral Bike Night

General Meeting @ Crossroads


Leesburg Bike Fest

Leesburg Bike Fest

Mugs N Jugs 11:00am-3:00pm

Page 14: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

R id e y o u r b ik e a n d ge t 1 5 % D is c o un t!

Ad Expires 8.14


May 20151 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm


Cape Harbour6-10 pm

24 25 26 27 28

Fort MyersBike Night

29 30

General Meeting @ Crossroads



Mugs N Jugs 11:00am-3:00pm

Page 15: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


Good Morning Freedom Fighters: House Bill 231 has passed its second committee and is now in its third and final committee in the House. Its companion bill, SB 908 was heard in the Senate Transportation Committee on Thursday, March 26th. As of this writing I have no news on SB 908. I want to thank all of you who took the time to call or contact the members of these committees. Please keep an eye on your e-mail for updates and contact alerts. Also, please contact your representatives on the Lee County Legislative Delegation and ask them to support HB 231 when it comes up for a vote on the House floor. Then ask your State Senator on the LCLD to support and co-sponsor SB 908 to help get this bill passed in the Florida Senate.This could be a historic year for ABATE of Florida. This could be the year that we finally get a stiffer penalties bill passed. We’re this close brothers and sisters. Let’s keep this momentum going!‘TEDDYBEAR’

10 BIG ISSUES TO WATCH DURING THE 2015 SESSIONTHE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, February 23, 2015..........Florida lawmakers will gather March 3 in the Capitol for the pomp-filled start of the 2015 legislative session. Then the real work begins. For 60 days, the House and Senate will grapple with hot-button issues ranging from standardized testing in public schools to reforming the troubled prison system. And that doesn’t even touch on the one must-pass bill of the session: a roughly $77 billion state budget. Here are 10 big issues to watch during the upcoming session:Banking on a nearly $1 billion surplus, Gov. Rick Scott offered a budget proposal in January that included record per-student spending in public schools and $673 million in tax cuts. But a major question looms for the Republican-dominated Legislature as it prepares to negotiate a final spending plan this spring. A program that has funneled about $1 billion a year to hospitals and other health providers is set to expire June 30. It is unclear whether state and federal officials can agree on an extension. If they can’t agree, that would leave a huge hole in the budget. The program, known as the Low Income Pool, helps subsidize care for low-income and uninsured Floridians.

CHILD WELFARE: After a series of child deaths, lawmakers last year passed a wide-ranging law to try to reform the Florida Department of Children and Families. But lawmakers and the agency are struggling with renewed questions heading into this year’s session, in part because of the high-profile death of a 5-year-old girl who was dropped off a bridge into Tampa Bay. A 50-page report issued in late January by a new institute at Florida State University called for state leaders to go far beyond their previous efforts to fix the child-welfare system.

GAMBLING: Lawmakers have toyed the past few years with revamping the state’s gambling laws, but they have ended up scuttling proposals such as allowing resort casinos in South Florida. This spring, however, Scott and the Legislature are confronted with a decision about whether to extend part of a gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida that brings in more than $100 million a year for the state. If the Seminole deal goes before the Legislature, odds are that lobbyists will use it as a springboard to seek other changes in the gambling industry.

GUNS: When Florida State University graduate Myron May opened fire at the campus library in November, he wounded three people before he was shot to death by police. The incident stunned the university. But it also reopened a debate about whether the Legislature should start allowing people with concealed-weapons licenses to carry guns on college campuses. Supporters of the change say it would help students and other people on campus defend themselves. But critics contend that the proposal could make campuses more dangerous.

HEALTH CARE: The noisiest health-care issue during the upcoming session likely will focus on whether the state should accept tens of billions of dollars in federal money to expand Medicaid or to provide coverage through a similar private health-insurance

Legislative Report Submitted by Ken “TEDDYBEAR” Miller

Page 16: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

program. But like the past two years, the idea appears dead on arrival in the Florida House. Health-care lobbyists, however, are working on a variety of other issues, including proposals to bolster the use of telemedicine in the state. The House and Senate could not reach agreement on a telemedicine bill last year but appear to be close to a compromise heading into this spring’s session.

LAND AND WATER: Voters sent a strong message in November when they overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment requiring the state to set aside hundreds of millions of dollars a year for land and water projects. But one of the most closely watched issues of the session will be how the Legislature carries that out. House Speaker Steve Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island, and Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, have made clear that water issues will be a priority of their two years leading the Legislature. But at least part of the debate will focus on how to divvy up money between proposed water projects, which range from cleaning up natural springs and the Everglades to helping with local-government storm water systems.

PRISONS: The Florida Department of Corrections is getting hit from all sides. Among other things, it faces investigations into inmate deaths, allegations of cover-ups, complaints about low staffing levels and questions about health care provided to prisoners. Senators have started moving aggressively to try to make changes in the agency, which has long had problems. Among the proposals under discussion: creating new penalties for guards who abuse prisoners and establishing a new commission to oversee the prison system.

STADIUMS: Lawmakers last year approved a plan to try to bring some order to lobbying scrums about whether the state should spend sales-tax dollars to help pay for building or renovating sports stadiums. The plan led to four stadium projects --- involving EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Daytona International Speedway, Sun Life Stadium in Miami-Dade County and an Orlando soccer stadium --- submitting voluminous applications and undergoing reviews. But then the process became messy, at least in part because the state Department of Economic Opportunity did not rank the projects. And now, lawmakers find themselves once again getting lobbied heavily as they try to decide whether the state should subsidize stadium projects.

TAX CUTS: The question isn’t whether lawmakers will approve tax cuts. The question is how big the number will be and which taxes will get cut. Scott’s proposed $673 million in tax cuts focus heavily on what is known as the communications-services tax, which is collected on such things as cell-phone bills and cable television. The governor wants to cut that tax by about $470 million, arguing such a cut would directly help families. It is unclear whether lawmakers will go along with such a large cut in that tax. But they are looking at several additional possibilities, including cutting a tax on real-estate leases, increasing deductions on corporate-income taxes and offering sales-tax holidays.

TESTING: Democrats and teachers unions howled for years about Florida high-stakes testing system, which was largely ushered in by former Gov. Jeb Bush and backed by Republican legislative leaders. But with many conservative voters now also objecting to the system, Scott and the Legislature appear to be looking for ways to scale back the focus on standardized testing. Education Commissioner Pam Stewart, with the support of Scott, has already called for eliminating at least one statewide test. A key for Republican lawmakers could be trying to find a balance between reduced testing and still having accountability measures for schools.

2016 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY LIKELY TO BE MARCH 15It’s probably safe to start planning for a March 15 presidential primary in Florida. With virtually no discussion, the House Rules, Calendar and Ethics Committee on Monday unanimously approved a measure (PCB RCEC 15-05) backing up the date of the 2016 primary by two weeks. The committee took less than two minutes to hear and vote on the proposal, which would clear the way for all of the state’s Republican delegates to be awarded to the winner of the GOP presidential primary. Under current law, the state’s primaries are set for the first Tuesday allowed under party rules; in 2016, that would be March 1. The new legislation would move that to the third Tuesday of March, or the 15th next year. The Senate Ethics and Elections Committee is set to hear a similar bill (SPB 7036) on Tuesday. The Republican National Committee’s rules for party primaries call for states who vote before March 15 in 2016 to allocate their delegates proportionally. States that wait until that date can award all of their delegates to the winning candidate --- a treasure trove in a large state like Florida that could particularly come in handy for former Gov. Jeb Bush or U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, both of whom are considering bids for the White House. The Republican Party of Florida would ultimately choose whether to go with a winner-take-all system or award delegates proportionally.

BILL WOULD BLOCK RELEASE OF EMAIL ADDRESSESA Senate proposal filed Monday would prevent the release of motorists’ email addresses collected by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Page 17: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

The bill (SPB 7040), filed by the Senate Transportation Committee, would create a public-records exemption for email addresses collected by the department as it conducts business involving vehicle records and driver licenses. The bill said the use of motorists’ email addresses in conducting such business has “significantly increased since 1994” and pointed to concerns about issues such as identity theft. “Under current law, the electronic mail addresses collected by the department are public records and can be obtained by anyone for any purpose,’’ the bill says. “However, such electronic mail addresses are unique to the individual and, when combined with other personal identifying information, can be used for identity theft, consumer scams, unwanted solicitations, or other invasive contacts. The public availability of personal electronic mail addresses puts department customers at increased risk of these activities. This risk may be significantly limited by permitting the department to keep customer electronic mail addresses confidential.”

JUSTICES SAY KNOWLEDGE KEY IN HIT-AND-RUN CASESThe Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that motorists must have “actual knowledge” of crashes to be found guilty in hit-and-run cases. The ruling stemmed from a Palm Beach County case in which motorist Zachariah Dorsett hit a teen who fell in the road while riding a skateboard. Dorsett, who was driving a heavy pickup truck, was stopped by police about three miles from the accident and was later charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving an injury. Dorsett said he didn’t know he hit the teen, arguing that his windows were rolled up, his air conditioner and windshield wipers were on and that a radio was playing at full volume, according to the Supreme Court opinion. A circuit-court jury found Dorsett guilty, and he was subsequently sentenced to two years in prison. But the 4th District Court of Appeal reversed the conviction, after Dorsett’s attorney argued that jurors should have been instructed that state law requires “actual knowledge of the accident.” The Supreme Court, in a 13-page opinion written by Justice Charles Canady, agreed with the appeals court. “Although (the section of state law) does not expressly state that actual knowledge is required for a violation, the law does expressly provide that a felony criminal violation requires that the driver ‘willfully’ violate the statute,’’ the opinion said. “For the reasons we explain, we conclude that a willful violation can be established only if the driver had actual knowledge that a crash occurred.”

LAWMAKERS LOOK TO END SPEED TRAPSFor at least two decades, drivers found out the hard way where Waldo is. Nestled along U.S. 301, the small North Florida city of Waldo became famous as a speed trap --- so much that the AAA auto club warned motorists about the potentially expensive perils of failing to tap the brakes while passing through. The Waldo police department disbanded last year, at least in part because officers disclosed they had been placed under a ticket quota. Now, lawmakers are speeding toward ensuring other cities or counties don’t dictate how many tickets officers should write. The Senate Fiscal Policy Committee on Thursday unanimously approved a bill (SB 264) that would make clear local law-enforcement agencies cannot use ticket quotas. Also, the bill would require individual local governments to submit reports to the Legislature if traffic-ticket revenues cover more than 33 percent of the costs of operating their police departments. Bill sponsor Rob Bradley, a Fleming Island Republican whose district includes Waldo, said the public should be aware if money from traffic tickets plays a large role in supporting law-enforcement agencies. “This is a fantastic bill,’’ said Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Lake Worth. “It’s about transparency in government.” The bill is now ready to go to the full Senate. A similar House bill (HB 421), filed by Rep. Ray Rodrigues, R-Estero, was approved Wednesday by the House Highway and Waterway Safety Subcommittee.

SHERIFFS’ SUPPORT GIVES BOOST TO EVACUATION GUN BILLA National Rifle Association-supported measure that failed to win legislative approval a year ago appears to have a clear shot of advancing now that it has the backing of the Florida Sheriffs Association. House and Senate committees Wednesday approved similar bills (SB 290 and HB 493) that would allow legal gun owners to carry their guns without concealed-weapons licenses during the first 48 hours after emergency evacuation orders are given. A version of the proposal, which didn’t include the evacuation time frame or other new language, died in the Senate last year amid a contentious debate. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, representing the Florida Sheriffs Association, said Wednesday his organization has altered its stance due to the new provisions. Along with the 48-hour time frame, the new version allows people to carry concealed weapons without licenses as long as they are “in the act of evacuating,” regardless of their locations. Last year “it didn’t provide enough parameters, enough definitive information as to what somebody could be doing and not doing in a time frame,” Gualtieri said. In addition to the 48-hour window for people to carry weapons while they get away from evacuation zones once an order is given, the bill would allow the governor to extend such an order by an additional 48 hours.

Page 18: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

HOUSE PANEL OKS GUNS IN SCHOOLSA measure that would allow school employees and volunteers to carry guns on campus was approved by a House panel Wednesday as lawmakers continue to discuss the meeting place between firearms and education. The legislation (HB 19) received the backing of the House K-12 Subcommittee on a bipartisan, 10-1 vote. But one lawmaker who supported the bill voiced concern about the measure. Under the bill, sponsored by Rep. Greg Steube, R-Sarasota, school superintendents could allow designated people to carry weapons on campus. Those people could be current or former law enforcement officers or current or former members of the military. They would have to pass background checks, take school-safety courses and have concealed-weapons licenses. Republicans highlighted the fact that the ultimate choice on allowing weapons at schools would lie with local officials. Supporters contend that allowing designated people to carry guns on campus could improve school safety. “It’s completely up to the district and the superintendent whether they want to do it and how they want to implement it in working with their local law enforcement agencies,” Steube said.

HOUSE LOOKS AT REVAMPING RED-LIGHT CAMERASDespite opposition from local governments, a House panel Wednesday approved a plan that would revamp the state’s red-light camera law --- including giving a pass to motorists who turn right on red without stopping. The plan (PCB HWSS 15-05) would bar the use of cameras to cite drivers for improperly turning right on red. Also, it would require that local governments use money from red-light camera violations to bolster public safety, rather than spending it on other priorities. “This program was instituted with the idea of increasing public safety, so I think that if we have a program that was created to enhance public safety, then the funds that are retained from the program should go just toward that,” said Rep. Bryan Avila, a Hialeah Republican who is helping lead efforts to pass the bill. The House Highway & Waterway Safety Subcommittee voted 12-1 to approve the bill, with only Rep. Richard Stark, D-Weston, opposed. But the measure drew objections from the Florida League of Cities and the Florida Association of Counties. “We think more questions come up than answers,’’ said Casey Cook, a lobbyist for the league of cities. Amy Mercer, executive director of the Florida Police Chiefs Association, said the proposal could be confusing to drivers. “Right now, in statute it is against the law to make a right-hand turn without stopping at a red light camera,’’ Mercer said. “Now, they are saying it will be OK at red light camera-monitored intersections. So, it is quite confusing.” Avila said police officers would still be able to pull over motorists for right-on-red violations. But with the cameras, he said lawmakers are focused on helping prevent high-speed collisions, rather than citing people for improperly turning right on red.

HOLIDAYS OFFER LITTLE BREATHER FOR LEGISLATUREDuring some legislative sessions, lawmakers, lobbyists, staff members and, yes, reporters get a break around the Easter and Passover holidays. But this year, they shouldn’t make any big vacation plans. The House and Senate plan to take off next Friday, as Passover starts at sundown. Schedules also indicate lawmakers will not have meetings April 6, the day after Easter. But committee meetings are set to resume April 7 as the Legislature heads toward a hoped-for May 1 end to the session.

RED-LIGHT CAMERA BILL SCALED BACKA House panel Tuesday scrapped a proposal that would have prevented the use of red-light cameras to cite drivers for improperly turning right on red. The House Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee eliminated the right-hand turn provision from a broader bill (HB 7071) about red-light cameras. The panel then voted 7-3 to approve the remaining parts of the bill, sponsored by Rep. Bryan Avila, R-Hialeah. The bill would require local governments to use money from red-light camera violations for public-safety initiatives, rather than spending it on other programs. Also, the bill would require that notifications of red-light camera violations be sent to motorists by certified mail, rather than by first-class mail. Rep. Kathleen Peters, R-South Pasadena, argued in favor of eliminating the provision that would have prevented citations for turning right on red. She said she initiated the use of red-light cameras while mayor of South Pasadena to improve safety. “It really is about protecting the safety of pedestrians,’’ she said. Peters was one of the three dissenters on the overall bill, along with Rep. Hazel Rogers, D-Lauderdale Lakes, and Rep. Richard Stark, D-Weston. Supporting the bill were Avila; Chairman Clay Ingram, R-Pensacola; Rep. Bruce Antone, D-Orlando; Rep. Colleen Burton, R-Lakeland; Rep. Brad Drake, R-Eucheeanna; Rep. George Moraitis, R-Fort Lauderdale; and Rep. Lake Ray, R-Jacksonville.

Page 19: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

SENATE GIVES BACKING TO EVACUATION GUN BILLAfter a debate that conjured memories of Hurricane Katrina, the Florida Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed a bill that could lead to more people carrying concealed weapons when fleeing natural disasters. The bill (SB 290), sponsored by Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, would allow people to carry guns without concealed-weapons licenses for 48 hours during mandatory emergency evacuations. The bill would only apply to people who legally own guns. Brandes said people ordinarily can face third-degree felony charges for carrying concealed weapons without licenses. He said the bill would allow people to take firearms, along with other valuables, when they are forced to leave home because of hurricanes or other disasters. “This is about this incredibly rare instance, this incredibly tailored instance, where people are fleeing for their lives,” he said. But some Democratic lawmakers blasted the proposal, saying it would introduce more guns into the chaos and emotions of a mandatory evacuation. Sen. Maria Sachs, D-Delray Beach, said supporters had not presented any evidence of why the bill is needed. “I need to know why we need to change the law,” Sachs said. Senators voted 29-10 to approve the bill, which has the backing of the influential National Rifle Association. The House version (HB 493), filed by Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen, R-Fort Myers, has moved through committees and is ready to go to the full House.

SCHOOL GUN BILL GETS OK FROM SENATE PANELA Florida Senate panel on Monday approved what backers call a “school safety” bill that would allow school superintendents to tap employees or volunteers to carry concealed weapons on school property. The measure (SB 180) passed the Senate Criminal Justice Committee on a party-line vote of 3-2 --- the first Senate committee to approve the bill this year. Committee Chairman Greg Evers, R-Baker, is sponsoring the bill. This is the third year the proposal has surfaced, and the House version, HB 19 by Rep. Greg Steube, R-Sarasota, has already been approved by two committees. Under the proposal, only people with law enforcement or military experience, in good standing, could qualify to become armed school security. They would also be required to hold concealed-weapons permits, pass background checks and go through a training program created by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

See you in the wind,‘TEDDYBEAR’

Page 20: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

Dear Fellow Abate Members...

Dear fellow ABATE Members,

Loss of FriendsWe were honored to be asked and be part of a brief remembrance, at the Legendary Party, of five Estero River Chapter Members who have all passed away within the past few months. For many of you, they were more than “members.” They were friends. We have lost these friends… all in what seems has happened in such a short period of time. They were a part of this ABATE organization, part of a family who accepted us and took us in many years ago…, even when other members of society seemed not to care about us…

We recognize those friends:Sam Barron 3-01-15Hugh Galyon 3-08-15 “Boomhauer”Edward Baker 1-24-15 “DVD Ed”Charlie Holcomb 11/3/14Tom Coleman 3/13/15

For some of you, some of these are friends that have spent more time with us than most of our family members and, have in some way, shaped and/or have influenced our lives. For some of you, these are friends that you feel were somehow given to us to show our care, our concern, and our love. These were friends that in spite of any particular personalities or characteristics which encompasses being human, many of you gave them something that God always provides: your unconditional love.

For all of us to have become friends, to have the friendship grow and become “real,” we invest our warmth and affection and, have developed an intimacy that usually goes beyond that of any other relationship.

As friends, we have a right to grieve. That grieving can be an onslaught of different feelings: the need to cry; the need to talk; possible feelings of guilt, emptiness, loneliness, loss, and a feeling that no one understands what we are going through. We need to know that all these things are more normal and appropriate than you think and, that you are not alone. As time goes on, rather than dwell on the loss and how it makes us feel right now, we will soon begin to dwell on the memories: the good, the bad, the ugly and the funny! We will find that our times of remembering our friendship will be healing.

As believers and for others who believe in an afterlife, death is not the end; it is a passage way into eternity. In eternity we are going to have perfect bodies free of disease… no more cancer! Philippians 3:20-21 says, (New King James Version (NKJV)20 For our citizenship is in heaven, from which we also eagerly wait for the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, 21 who will transform our lowly body that it may be conformed to His glorious body, according to the working by which He is able even to subdue all things to Himself.

We will be coming back with the Lord to earth, with His angels as the mighty army of God as he defeats the enemies of Israel and the antichrist: Revelation 19:11-20 says in the New King James Version (NKJV) 11 Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war. 12 His eyes were like a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns. He had a name written that no one knew except Himself. 13 He was clothed with a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God. 14 And the armies in heaven, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, followed Him on white horses. Now, if we understand that bikers have paraphrased this scripture correctly, it means we are all coming back on white Harleys, with lots of horsepower!!!!!Please pray… “Dear God, we entrust our brothers, our dear friends, to your mercy, and we commit them to your care, our heavenly creator in whom we trust… in the sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our frail bodies, that they may be conformed to his glorious body, who died, was buried, and rose again for us. To Him be the glory forever. Amen”

Page 21: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

Also, pray… “Dear God, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, my heavenly Father, the God of Jesus, I confess that I am a sinner and have been separated from You. I am going to stop running from You. I ask forgiveness of my sins. I repent and accept this gift of repentance and I wish to be free in You. I confess with my mouth that your son Jesus is my savior and died for me. I believe in my heart that You raised Him from the dead. I receive Jesus into my heart and ask Him to become the center of my life. I ask, in the Name of Jesus. Amen.”

If you prayed that prayer for the first time, and you mean it, and you really have accepted Him into your heart, please let us know.

Blessings,Pastor Tom (SW ABATE Chaplain and Life Member and Estero River ABATE Life Member) and Pastor Kathy (SW ABATE Life Member)- 239-267-8641 or email: [email protected]

Page 22: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 23: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

A1 Storage Cape Coral City Hall Area

1014 SE 12th Place Cape Coral, FL 33990

(239) 574-4184

A1 Storage Cape Coral Pine Island

1318 NE Pine Island Road Cape Coral, FL 33990

(239) 574-8182

A1 Storage Ft. Myers US 41

16130 N. Cleveland Ave. North Ft. Myers, FL 33903

(239) 656-2070 Park 720

Vehicle & Boat Storage 710 NE 25th Avenue

Cape Coral, FL 33909 (239) 573-9990


Page 24: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 25: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


GENERAL MEETING@ Crossroads, Cape Coral


CALLED TO ORDER @ 10:12 amAnyone besides secretary taking notes? No.Please silence cell phones.Salute flag/Pledge & Moment of silence for the fallen

Welcome guest and new members,

PRESIDENTS REPORT: VICTOR PIORKOWSKI1. The HB231 Bill has passed the first committee. It is on the way up the latter. We will post information as we get it.2. The 20th Annual Freedom Rights Ralley is April 19th – 20th, 2015 in Monicello, FL. A. 19th is the State Meeting B. 20th is the ride to the Capitol.Victor has reserved 2 rooms. Might need a couple of delegates to go so, anyone interested contact Victor. There is also a campground available for those who wish to camp.C. Anyone who knows of a fallen rider get with Victor for the “Ringing of the Bell” at the capitol. VICE PRESIDENT: RICHARD LEONThe Cape Coral Bike Night is next month, come out and join us.

SECRETARY’S REPORT: LAURIE HANLEY1. Motion to accept February minutes as written made by Shayne, and 2nd by Big Bird.All in favor.TREASURER REPORT: GWYNNE HICKMAN1. Motion to accept report on current balance, made by Shayne, 2nd by Big Bird.All in favor.

SARGENT AT ARMS: SHAYNE HANLEY1. Reminder about the Avon Park Event. It will be a 3 day event and we will need volunteers. Anyone interested let Shayne know.2. We will be out at Mugs n Jugs the 22nd, come out and join us.

MEMBERSHIP: LYNNE DAVISAbsent / report given by president3 renewals 4 new memberships


SAFETY: FRANKIE / VICTOR1. One class in N. Ft. Myers which now there are 8 new drivers.

OLD BUSINESS1. The financial committee is suggesting we consider raising the fees for memberships. During our meeting some suggestions were made. A. A comprimise for life memberships of $250 instead of doubling it to $300.B. Veterns and 50 – 55 yrs of age get an exemption of the new raise in price. C. Discuss the split on memberships with the state. D. Need to find a common ground that works for everyone.Victor will be passing on the suggestions at the next State Meeting.2. Our next meeting will be a week early. It will be on April 12th instead of the 19th due to the State Meeting being on the 19th.

NEW BUSINESSNoneMotion to adjourn made by Shayne, and 2nd by Gwynne.Adjouned 10:44am

Page 26: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 27: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 28: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015


The Honorable Matt Caldwell, Chair, District 79T. Wayne Miller Jr. Building, 15191 Homestead Road, Lehigh Acres Fl 33971.

(239) 694-0161. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Charlotte Codie. District Assistant: Priscilla Bezerra.

Tallahassee Office: 402 House Office Building, 402 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850) 717-5079.

The Honorable Lizbeth Benacquisto, Vice Chair, District 301926 Victoria Avenue, 2nd Floor, Fort Myers, Fl 33901

(239) 338-2570. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Matthew Hunter, Dane Bennett, Tamara Holliday.

Tallahassee Office: 330 Senate Office Building, 404 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850)487-5030.

The Honorable Garrett Richter, District 2332999 East Tamaimi Trail, Suite 203, Naples, Fl 34112.

(239) 417-6205. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Becky Kokkinos, Michael Nachef, Sandra Mummert.

Tallahassee Office: 404 Senate Office Building, 404 South Monroe Street. Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850) 487-5023.

The Honorable Dane Eagle, District 771039 SE 9th Place, Room 310, Cape Coral, Fl 33990.

(239) 772-1291. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Paige Biagi. District Assistant: Kelsey Gorry.

Tallahassee Office: 1302 The Capitol, 402 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850) 717-5077.

The Honorable Heather Fitzenhagen, District 782120 Main Street, Suite 208, Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

(239) 533-2440. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Edward Metzger. District Assistant: Allison Hopkins.

Tallahassee Office: 1302 The Capitol, 402 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850) 717-5078.

The Honorable Ray Rodrigues, District 76Alico Lake Commons, 17595 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 218, Fort Myers, Fl 33908.

(239) 433-6501. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: James Mullen. District Assistant: Jasmine Villanueva.

Tallahassee Office: 1302 The Capitol, 402 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399. (850) 717-5076.Lee County Delegation Office: (239) 694-0161.

T. Wayne Miller Building, 15191 Homestead Road, Lehigh Acres, Fl 33971.

Lee County Manager: Roger DesjarlaisP.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902. Ph: (239) 533-2221.

Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Lee County Board of County Commissioners

Dist. 4, Brian Hamman, Chairman. Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main Old St., Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

Cape Coral Office: Lee County Government Center, 1039 S.E. 9th Place, 3rd Floor, Room 309, Cape Coral, Fl 33990. (Mail to: P.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902-0398.) Ph: (239) 533-2226. Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected].

Dist. 5, Frank Mann, Vice Chairman.Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main Old St., Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

(Mail to: P.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902-0398.) Ph: (239) 533-2225. Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Executive Assistant: Chris Berry.

Dist. 1, John Manning.Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main Old St., Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

Cape Coral Office: Lee County Government Center, 1039 S.E. 9th Place, 3rd Floor, Room 309, Cape Coral, Fl 33990. (Mail to: P.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902-0398.) Ph: (239) 533-2224. Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected].

Executive Assistant: Stacey Rohland.

Dist. 2, Cecil Pendergrass.Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main Old St., Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

(Mail to: P.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902-0398.) Ph: (239) 533-2227. Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Executive Assistant: Christine Deramo.

Dist. 3, Larry Kiker.Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main Old St., Fort Myers, Fl 33901.

(Mail to: P.O. Box 398, Fort Myers, Fl 33902-0398.) Ph: (239) 533-2223. Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Executive Assistant: Antionette Johnson.

Office of Governor Rick ScottState of Florida, The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399-0001.

(850) 488-7146. HYPERLINK “”

Page 29: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

Delegation Continued

Office of Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-CanteraState of Florida, The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399-0001.

(850) 488-4711. HYPERLINK “” Florida Senate web site: HYPERLINK “”

Office of Senate President Andy Gardiner404 S. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399-1100. (850) 487-5229.

HYPERLINK “” Chief of Staff: Reynold Meyer.Florida House of Representatives web site: HYPERLINK “”

Office of Speaker of the House Steve Crisafulli402 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32399-1300.

(850) 717-5051. HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Legislative Assistant: Ashley Guinn.

White House web site: HYPERLINK “” Office of the President of the United States of America Barack ObamaThe White house, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20500.

Comments: (202) 456-1111. Switchboard: (202) 456-1414.NOTE: You can write to President Obama or Vice President Joe Biden at the above address. Due to the volume of correspondence the Whitehouse does not

respond to every letter or email. However, your correspondence may be referred to another government agency for a response. President: “mailto:[email protected][email protected].

Vice President: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected]. Comments: HYPERLINK “mailto:[email protected][email protected].

Write a letter to the PresidentHere are a few simple things you can do to make sure your message gets to the White House as quickly as possible.

1. If possible, email us! This is the fastest way to get your message to President Obama or Vice President Biden.2. If you write a letter, please consider typing it on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper. If you hand-write your letter, please consider using pen and writing as neatly

as possible.3. Please include your return address on your letter as well as your envelope. If you have an email address, please consider including that as well.

4. And finally, be sure to include the full address of the White House to make sure your message gets to us as quickly and directly as possible:

The White House1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

United States Senate web site: HYPERLINK “” United States Senate President: Vice President Joe Biden

United States Senate President Pro Tempore: Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.437 Russell Senate Building, United States Senate, Washington, D.C. 20510.

(202) 224-4242. HYPERLINK “”

U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, D-FL 716 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510

(202) 224-5274 Contact: HYPERLINK “” Fort Myers Office: 2000 Main Street, Suite 801, Fort Myers, FL 33901.

Phone: 239-334-7760. Fax: 239-334-7710.

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, (R-FL)284 Russell Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510

(202) 224-3041.Contact: HYPERLINK “” United States House of Representatives web site: HYPERLINK “”

U.S. House Speaker: Rep. John Boehner, R, Oh-8Office of the Speaker, H-232, The Capitol, Washington, D.C. 20515.

Ph: (202) 225-0600, (202) 225-6205. HYPERLINK “”

U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R, FL-17Washington DC Office:221 Cannon HOB, Washington, DC 20515

(202) 225-5792, Fax: (202) 225-3132Punta Gorda Office: 226 Taylor Street, Suite 230, Punta Gorda, FL 33950

(941) 575-9101, Fax: (941) 575-9103Contact Congressman Rooney: HYPERLINK “”

U.S. Rep. Curt Clawson, R, Fl-19Washington DC Office: 1123 Longworth HOB, Washington, D.C. 2051

(202) 225-2536.Cape Coral District Office:804 Nicholas Pkwy, East, Suite 1, Cape Coral, Fl. 33990

(239) 573-5837.Contact Congressman Clawson:


Page 30: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015
Page 31: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

ABATE of Florida, Inc.Southwest Chapter

PO Box 60745• Fort Myers, FL


6 Months 12 Months

BUSINESS CARD $55.00 $80.00 QUARTER PAGE $85.00 $135.00 HALF PAGE $145.00 $245.00 FULL PAGE $200.00 $375.00


All advertising MUST be approved by ABATE of Florida, Inc., Southwest ChapterForward payment to above P.O. Box - Check payable to Southwest Chapter

For further information please contact: Advertising Trustee located on Board and Trustee Page 4

Business Name: _________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________

Business Contact: ____________________ Business Phone: ______________________

Cell: _________________ Email:____________________________

Advertising Contact: ______________________________________________________ Cell: _________________ Email:____________________________ AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE: ______________________________________________________

PRINT NAME: __________________________________________________________

Duration of Ad: ______________ Ad Start Date: ________________ Ad Renewal Date: _______________ Date Payment Received:______________ Form of Payment:________________________________________



Page 32: Southwest Chapter of ABATE of Florida April 2015

� One of the few-in-the-World dedicated self-service motorcycle bays

� Use the lift to raise your bike 2’ high for ease of cleaning

� All cleaning solutions are strictly de-signed for motorcycling washing

� Spot Free rinse for a spot free finish � High & Low pressure rinse cycles � High pressure air blower for fast drying � $1 to start � Cash or major credit cards accepted � OPEN 24/ 7

Downtowner Motorcycle Wash

P I N E I S L A N D R O A D A c ro s s F r o m B o n e fis h G r i l l

B e tw e e n S k y l i n e & C h iqu ita 1203 Pine Island Rd. � Cape Coral, FL 33991

2 3 9 -8 0 0 -2 0 3 9

� Two Dog Washing Stations � Cleaned & Sanitized between

each customer’s use

D o w n t o w n e r C a r W a s h - S o u t h e a s t

1 0 0 9 D e l P r a d o B l v d . C a p e C o r a l O f f e r s D e t a i l i n g P r e s e n t l y a t

O u r D e l P r a d o L o c a t i o n

Call for appointment (239) 772-2277

Ad Expires 2.15

D o w n t o w n e r C a r W a s h


W e l c o m e s M o t o r c y c l e s