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Realtor®, Antonet Barut of Trinity Properties Hawaii, Adds Property Management to Her List of Real Estate Services


Realtor, Antonet Barut (RA), with over 16 years of Hawaii Real Estate Sales experience and 13 years of previous Property Management experience, is happy to announce the addition of a new service, Property Management, to Real Estate Sales. Honolulu, HI ...


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By TOM PALMERTHE LEDGER BARTOW | Polk County commissioners agreed Tuesday to hire a real estate agent to try to market the county-owned Port Hatchineha restaurant.Commissioners bought the property in 2009 for $1.3 million to provide public lake access and wanted to attract a vendor to reopen the restaurant, which had been open on and off.The only proposal county officials could attract was one to open the restaurant in connection with a planned airboat ecotourism business.Hatchineha Estates residents overwhelmingly opposed the idea, and county parks officials dropped it.Commissioner Todd Dantzler, a Winter Haven real estate broker who was involved in the original sale of the property, proposed having a real estate agent market the propertyHe said he understood that residents were interested in the restaurant's reopening.Dantzler, who was not a commissioner when he was involved in purchase, made it clear he would not be involved in marketing the property.Trying to sell the 2,576-square-foot restaurant building was one of four options presented to commissioners by Jeff Spence, the parks and natural resources directorHe said marketing the property would likely take six to nine months.The other three options were:Demolish the building and build additional parking at a cost of $19,500.Fix the building at a cost of $10,000 and rent it to groups.Demolish the building and build a rental picnic pavilion and rest rooms at a cost of $119,500.[ Tom Palmer can be reached at tom.palmer@theledger.com or 863-802-7535] Never miss a story Choose the plan that's right for you. Digital access or digital and print delivery. Subscribe Now Sign up for daily e-mails Sign up Reader ServicesMy ProfileSubscribe NowManage Print AccountManage Digital AccountAbout UsContact UsWork for UsFAQsSubmissionsNews TipsLetters to the EditorCalendar EventsObituariesSubmit a PhotoLegal NoticesAdvertisingAdvertise With UsPay Your Ad BillPlace an AdClassified AdsOnline ServicesNewslettersRSS FeedsFacebookTwitterMobile AppsText Alerts

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