Developers of Harbourside Place and officials with the Town of Jupiter are butting heads again.First, it was over noise complaints from residents.Now, code officials are fining Harbourside for allegedly hosting free events without town approval.Twenty-one code violations, dating back as far as 2018, were recently delivered to Harbourside’s Vice President.The free events could cost Harbourside more than $300,000 in fines.The events include free yoga classes, family movie night and a farmer’s market at the waterfront.But now, the free weekly events will most likely stop after the entertainment complex received the violations.Each of the 21 violations carry a fine of up to $15,000, not including administrative fees.The violations date back to last summer but were just delivered about 10 days ago.“It’s been discussed with them on many occasions for the last five years,” Town Attorney Thomas Baird tells CBS12 News.“Harbourside needs to comply with all the terms of approval they received from the Town Council.”Mastroianni hopes he can come to some sort of agreement with the city.He worries the livelihood of business owners are at stake, which includes golfing legend Tiger Woods whose restaurant, “The Woods” is located in Harbourside Place.“It’s not at all economic benefit or business, or community, or anything for Jupiter.This no way helps anyone,” Mastroianni said.The Town of Jupiter and Harbourside Place will meet face to face to discuss this issue at a code compliance magistrate hearing.That hearing will take place at the town hall chamber Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Luchini named to Maine Running Hall of Fame – August 12, 2020 Liz GravesReporter at Mount Desert IslanderFormer Islander reporter and editor Liz Graves grew up in California and came to Maine as a schooner sailor. Bio MDI Hospital to begin contact tracing – August 5, 2020 Keene appeals his 2019 murder conviction – July 30, 2020 Latest posts by Liz Graves (see all) Mount Desert Island High School senior Brandon Murphy finished sixth in the 400-meter dash Saturday at the state Class B indoor track championships at Bates College. The MDI boys finished fourth overall.PHOTO COURTESY OF MIMI MOOERSLEWISTON — Senior Ralph Magnani and junior Ryan Bender of Mount Desert Island High School became individual state champions Saturday in the Class B indoor track state meet Monday at Bates College. Those performances led the boys’ team to a fourth-place finish. The MDI girls were twelfth.Magnani won the 800-meter run with a time of two minutes even. Bender won the long jump with 20 feet, 9 inches.“I thought it went well,” Coach Brad Witham said. The boys’ team was fresh off a PVC runner-up win and has set several records this year. “I was really super happy seeing Ralph be able to win the 800.“There are so many variables leading up to each meet. You want everyone to be injury free and feeling strong, and that can happen at different points of the season. As a theme, our team dynamic is really strong,” he said.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAidan Robichaud-Ward, Jose Chumbe, Josh Bloom and Magnani were seventh in the 4×800-meter relay with a time of 9:17.07. Matt Hanna was fifth in the 55-meter hurdles with 8.45 seconds, and Jordan Harris was seventh with 8.82.Brandon Murphy ran the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.03 seconds in the preliminaries, but the qualifying performances all fell under the seven-second mark. Murphy took sixth place in the 400-meter dash with 54.55 seconds. Hanna was eighth with 55.77.Murphy, Hanna, Bender and Magnani were third in the 4×200-meter relay in a very close race with a time of 1:37.82.Bender was third in triple jump with 40 feet 3 inches. Aaron Miller was fourth in high jump with six feet even. Harris was fifth in pole vault with 11 feet even.On the girls’ side, Ashley Anderson was sixth in the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.83 seconds. Caroline Driscoll was runner-up in the one-mile run with 5:41.02. Anderson was sixth in the 400-meter dash with 1:04.06 and fourth in the 200-meter dash with 27.90 seconds. Driscoll was ninth in the 2-mile run with 12:35.82.Catherine Ding, Mackenzie Hanna, Addie Beal and Jennifer Clemens were 21st in the 4×200-meter relay with 2:08.75. Riley Mooers was eleventh in shot put with 27 feet 9 inches. Clemens was 12th in triple jump with 30 feet 1 inch.Witham said he’s excited about the upcoming outdoor track season and next year. “We hope to get a couple more newcomers,” he said. “I’d love to put together some really strong girls’ sprint teams.” Latest Posts
ROUTE 2:1) Overland Adventurers2) Sonic Hunters3) Always On Target – president LAST weekend’s Demerara Rotary Club Off-road rally in the Linden, Soesdyke and Marudi areas was deemed a success according to its president, Hansraj Singh.Singh, who spoke to the media at the conclusion of the event said, “We had a lot of participants turn out to the event. We felt that we had more than we were realistically aiming for, but we were able to pull off an issue free event.”“Many of the drivers and riders commended us after, asking us when it is we plan to do the next event and it is something we may consider soon.”The event took place over four routes with individual route champions also being crowned.Pure Racing# 40 took the overall bike class with overall Vehicle winner being Happiest men alive.For the Bikes Route one, It was Keith Fernandes finishing ahead of the two Pure Racing teams 40 and 41 while Route two featured Pure Racing winning ahead of Glen Pasley and S. Gooding.Pure racing #40 took the third stage ahead of Pure Racing #41 with Fernandes finishing third while the final route finished with Pure Racing number 40 ahead of the 41 team and S. Gooding.The overall Vehicle results are as follows ROUTE 1: 1) Putagee Mafia #132) BAL Terrain Warrior #3) Palladium Swamp Machine #20 ROUTE 3:1) Overland Adventurers2) Always On Target3) Happiest Men Alive ROUTE 4:1) Japarts2) Jungle juice3) Serenity: The real Offroaders