Can't get rid of scroll bar

I show a scroll bar for the links at the bottom of this page.  Dinghydogs.com.  I can't see how to get rid of it.  Can you help?

It's caused by your inline styles.  Which begs the bigger question.  Why are you using all this in your markup?
<div id="Layer6" style="overflow: auto; position: absolute; left: 249px; top: 860px; width: 492px; height: 48px; z-index: 8; visibility: visible;">
Nancy O.

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