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December 2009 Board Meeting

Council of Fort Lauderdale Civic Associations
December 28, 2009
Monday Board Meeting
8th Floor Conference
Room 5:30 pm

CALL TO ORDER 5:30 PM
ROLL CALL BY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY œ Quorum Present.
REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: Meeting Minutes October 26, 2009 €œ Approved. TREASURERS REPORT * Tom Welch œ Approved. $8132.88 in treasury as of Nov. 30, 2009.
ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
P.O. Box Moving. NEW BUSINESS:
1. General Meeting Jan.12, 2010 œ Agenda   Guest Speakers Debra Berger – Canine Assisted Therapy confirmed. Erin Santiago – US Census Bureau confirmed. Sheryl Dickey – Broward County Comprehensive Operational Analysis – Doug. S. to re-contact. Hal Barnes – NUSA 2010 Neighborhood of the Year Award and 2010 FNC Update €œ confirmed.
2. For the Good of the Community Vicki Eckels – Citizen Sustainability Green Committee

OLD BUSINESS FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY – Discussion of undergrounding ordinance. – Meeting Schedule for 2010. – Dave Parker asked if we want to reinstate committees; – Progresso Crime March Jan. 8. ADJOURN at 6:30PM.

*Indicates voting items General Meeting Tuesdayœ Jan.12, 2010 7-9 PM – 8th Floor Board Meeting – Monday – Jan. 25, 2010 €œ 8th Floor NOTE: Two or more Commissioners and/or city board members may be present at this meeting.

Submitted by David Marshall, Recording Secretary


November 2009 General Meeting

Minutes as Amended at January 11, 2010 Meeting and approved

November 10, 2009 Tuesday
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES
8TH FLOOR
Commission Chamber

1. CALL TO ORDER 7:30 PM
2. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL by 1st Vice President œ (Marilyn Mammano) œ 15 of 33 members present (quorum present).
Guest:  City Manager  George Gretsas
4. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE MEETING MINUTES of October 13, 2009* — Motion by Genia Ellis and second by Betty Shelley to approve minutes; motion passed. 5. TREASURERS REPORT œ Tom Welch reported that there is $8162.60 in Council accounts, with one new membership since last report. Motion by Genia Ellis and second by Betty Shelley to approve Treasurers report; motion passed. 6. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS a. Charlotte Mather spoke regarding Broward Health.  See hard copy of presentation.
7. OLD BUSINESS
a. Centennial Committee Report œ Donna Mergenhagen reported that the Committee will report to the City Commission in January and invited members to make any last-minute suggestions they might have.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform œ Richard Mancuso reported that consultants Winter & Co. held several meetings on Thu. (Nov. 05) to solicit input for the Neighborhood Development Criteria, including meetings open to the public at 3PM and 6PM. c. Membership œ District Representatives (No update.) 8. NEW BUSINESS
9. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. Pantry of Broward Food Drive
b. Middle River Terrace – Tim Smith of MRTNA expressed concern over the number of SSRFs (Social Service Residential Facilities) in MRT.  They will continue to work with the city on enforcement of existing ordinances.
c. Council members also expressed concerns regarding short-term rental of residential properties.
10. ADJOURN   at 8:55PM.


October 2009 Board Meeting

October 26, 2009 Monday
Board Meeting
8th Floor Conference Room
5:30 pm
MEETING MINUTES

CALL TO ORDER 5:30 PM
ROLL CALL BY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY œ Quorum Present
REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: Meeting Minutes September 28, 2009*

TREASURERS REPORT * Tom Welch Approved
ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
NEW BUSINESS:
1. General Meeting Nov.10, 2009 Agenda  – Approved as featured speakers     Guest Speakers – Cheryene Mullings, Broward Health-Community Services Coordinator – Sheryl Dickey – Broward County Comprehensive Operational Analysis
OLD BUSINESS – Richard Mancuso Advised that the P&Z Board would be hosting a public workshop with Winter & Company, Consultants on the Neighborhood Development Criteria at 6:30 PM on November 4, 2009.  Public Workshops will be held the following day with details to follow.
FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY President Sterner advised that Middle River Terrace President Tim Smith had  requested to be placed on the agenda to discuss the proliferation of SSRFs in his neighborhood.  After much discussion, it was determined to advise Mr. Smith that we would place this on our November General Meeting Agenda for informational purposes and would be inviting City Staff to provide information on existing regulations, how they are applied and the limitation of  City Government.  It was also discussed that the issue is city wide and while MRT will be introducing the concerns, until further information is provided the Council will not be taking a position.

Council Christmas Party discussion determined the date and time of December 8, 2009, from 7 to 8:30 PM on the 8th Floor at City Hall.  Invitations will be sent to invite all Council Representatives and Alternates and each is to bring a covered dish.  The Council will provide paper goods, drinks, ice, Ham and Turkey.  The City Commission, City Manager, City Attorney, City Auditor, & City Clerk will be included as well as major department heads, including Hal Barnes, Sheri Roberts, Maxine Singh and the Commission Staff Assistants. ADJOURN *Indicates voting items General Meeting Tuesday€œ Nov. 10, 2009 7-9 PM – 8th Floor Board Meeting – Monday – November 23, 2009 – 8th Floor NOTE: Two or more Commissioners and/or city board members may be present at this meeting.


October 2009 General Meeting

October 13, 2009
Tuesday
GENERAL MEETING
8TH FLOOR Commission Chamber
MINUTES

1. CALL TO ORDER at 7:30 PM.
2. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL (quorum present).
4. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: MEETING MINUTES of September 8, 2009 Moved by Genia Ellis and seconded by Betty Shelley. Motion passed.
5. TREASURERS REPORT by Tom Welch€œ Motion to approve by Dave Marshall and second by Ron Centamore. Motion passed.
6. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
a. Pres. Sterner introduced Heidi Davis, board member of the Pantry of Broward County, who spoke about their program. Each neighborhood was asked to conduct a food drive in their neighborhood during the next month.
7. OLD BUSINESS
a. Centennial Committee Report €œ Donna Mergenhagen updated those present re. the City Centennial plans and invited input. It was noted that the committee had selected a logo that would be presented at an upcoming Commission meeting.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform Richard Mancuso reported that the summary of the May Neighborhood Development Criteria meetings will be released shortly, and that the Planning and Zoning Board will hold a public workshop regarding the criteria at their next scheduled meeting (Oct. 21).
c. Membership€œ District Representatives (no update)
d. Education Advisory Board report – Betty Shelley continues to act as the liaison for the Council and reports regularly to this board.
e. Parks Goals Committee report (no update).
8. NEW BUSINESS
(No update)
9. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
South Middle River Home & Garden Tour was announced and flyers provided
PAWS for Cause was announced and flyers provided
Tarpon River CVC Project was announced and flyers provided
Children Diagnostics & Treatment Center “One by One Toys for Christmas was announced and flyers provided.
350.org Climate Action Day was announced and a flyer provided
Upcoming CVC Project for March 13, 2010 St. Patricks Day Parade was announced and provided.

ADJOURNED at 8:55 PM


September 2009 General Meeting

Sept. 8, 2009
Tuesday
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES
City Hall €œ 8th Floor Commission Chamber

1. CALL TO ORDER at 7:35 PM

2. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL BY 1st Vice President (Marilyn Mammano) 17 of 33 members present (quorum present).
4. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: MEETING MINUTES of July 14, 2009* – Motion by Genia Ellis and second by Ron Centamore to approve minutes; motion passed.
5. TREASURERS REPORT – Tom Welch* – Motion by Genia Ellis and second by David Marshall to approve Treasurers report; motion passed.
6. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
a. Robert Wolfe of the Broward County Property Appraiser’s office spoke about property price trends and reminded members that TRIM exemption requests must be filed by Sept. 18.
b. Election District II Representative Marilyn Mammano nominated Shirley Smith with a second by Marilyn Markus; Ron Centamore moved and David Marshall seconded that nominations be closed; motion passed. Shirley Smith was duly elected.
7. NEW BUSINESS:
a. Committee Chair – Recruiting Members to serve Gabriel Ocasio-Davila listed proposed committee chairs for Public Safety, Code/Zoning, and several other position (names to be supplied separately).
b. Florida Neighborhood Conference – Doug Sterner and Ron Centamore reported briefly on what they found most interesting re. this years conference. Hal Barnes noted that the 2010 Fla. Neighborhood Conf. location has not yet been decided, that National Neighborhood Day is Sept. 20, and that NCIP applications are due before 4:30PM on Sept. 25.
c. Budget Questions and Input – No report.

8. OLD BUSINESS:
a. Centennial Committee Report €œ Donna Mergenhagen requested that members send suggestions to the Centennial Committee as soon as possible.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform – Richard Mancuso reported that findings from consultant are still due out and advised, “Stay tuned.
c. Membership no update.

9. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. Wayfinding letter – Supported by Dave Parker/Betty Shelley.
b. Jorge Hruschka of the Rotary Club offered to assist Council/CVC projects with volunteer labor and up to $500 in material assistance; he can be reached at 954-709-3197 or [email protected]
c. Parks Goals Report €œNo update.
d. A CVC event was announced for Fri. Sept. 25 (Crime Walk).
e. Vickie Eckels noted that the FPL franchise agreement is due for renewal with the City before the end of October and noted that the Utility Advisory Committee recommended that the City study whether a buy-out of the electricity grid should be pursued.

10. ADJOURNED at 9:20 with a motion by Richard Mancuso.

*Indicates voting items or may be a voting item
Board Meeting 5:30 pm, 8th Floor Conference Room, Monday, September, 28, 2009 General Meeting Oct. 13, 2009 at 7:30PM on 8th Floor in City Hall


August 2009 Board Meeting

August 24, 2009
Board Meeting
8th Floor Conference Room
5:30 pm

CALL TO ORDER 5:30 PM
ROLL CALL BY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: Meeting Minutes June 22, 2009* Motion to approved offered by Genia Ellis, seconded by Betty Shelley.

TREASURERS REPORT * Tom Welch    Adoption of Council Budget* – Deferred ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS    Alison Soule – SFECC
NEW BUSINESS:
1. General Meeting Sept. 8, 2009 œ Agenda Robert Wolfe of the County Tax Appraisers Office will provided an update on current trends in assessments and estimated tax.
2.  Neighborhood Forum re Code Enforcement œ the Planning & Zoning Board will be setting a date to host a workshop on the information provided by Winter and Company prior to the presentation to the Commission.  Council Committee members have asked to see that documentation prior to presentation to the P&Z.
3.  NCIP Grant Application are due on September 25th by 4:30 PM.  The Council determined to remind all members to be on time to be competitive.

OLD BUSINESS
1. Dues notices for upcoming year€œ status was requested from Marilyn Mamamno with a listing of each association that had joined and the contact information for the representative and alternate.
2. Recruitment for Standing and Ad Hoc Committees – Gabe Ocasia Davila œ deferred to the next meeting.
3. Report on Neighborhood Development Criteria €œ the process committee has continued to meet to redefine means to apply through the building department in a more expeditious fashion.
4. Budget Questions and Input will again be requested from all members to be forwarded to the Commission.
FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY Discussion on how Code Enforcement and how to best work with the department came up with a suggestion that we put together a guidebook for dealing with certain types of issues.  Individual neighborhoods contact code for specific issues through the hotline and via e-mail directly to their Code Officer on behalf of the association.  Priorities within each neighborhood vary and there needs to be a better means of having those items enforced.
MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:10 pm
*Indicates voting items General Meeting œ Tuesday€œ Sept. 8, 2009 7-9 PM – 8th Floor Board Meeting – Monday – September 28, 2009 €œ 8th Floor NOTE: Two or more Commissioners and/or city board members may be present at this meeting.


July 2009 General Meeting

July 14, 2009
Tuesday
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES
City Hall 8th Floor Commission Chamber

1. CALL TO ORDER at 7:32 PM
2. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL BY 1st Vice President (Marilyn Mammano) 18 of 33 members present (quorum present).
4. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: MEETING MINUTES of June 9, 2009* – Motion by Genia Ellis and second by Betty Shelley to approve minutes; motion passed.
5. TREASURERS REPORT Tom Welch* – Motion by David Marshall and second by Betty Shelley to approve Treasurers report; motion passed.
6. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
a. Valerie Bohlander, Michael Maloney, Deborah Hernandez, and Chris Augustin of the Fort Lauderdale Building Department led a discussion of code enforcement priorities and AT&T utility boxes. The department can use a new nuisance ordinance to address hazards and nuisances more quickly than before.
7. NEW BUSINESS:
a. Committee Chair Recruiting Members to serve Gabriel Ocasio-Davila (No update)
b. Neighborhood Updates Hal Barnes and Sheri Roberts noted that NCIP applications are due by Sept. 25.
c. City Budget Questions and Concerns Genia Ellis noted that the City zero-based budgeting differed from the conventional practice of zero-based budgeting.
d. Vacancy €œ District II Representative €œ The vacancy was announced for a vote at a future meeting.

8. OLD BUSINESS:
a. Centennial Committee Report €œ Donna Mergenhagen requested responses to the Centennial Survey no later than Sept. 7.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform €œ Richard Mancuso reported that findings from consultant are due out this week (the week of July 13).
c. Membership no update.

9. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. AT&T Box Proliferation€œ Brief discussion of AT&T plans to install additional utility boxes in public right of way; a copy of the “AT&T Cabinet Checklist and related information was provided to the Recording Secretary.
b. Parks Goals Report No update.
c. CVC events were announced for Sat. July 25, Sat. Aug. 15, and Fri. Sept. 25 (Crime Walk).

10. ADJOURNED at 9:15.

*Indicates voting items or may be a voting item
Board Meeting 5:30 pm, 8th Floor Conference Room, Monday, August, 24, 2009
General Meeting – Sept. 8, 2009 PM 8th Floor City Hall


June 2009 Board Meeting

June 22, 2009
Monday

BOARD MEETING MINUTES
City Hall 8th Floor Commission Chamber

1. CALL TO ORDER at 5:30 PM
2. ROLL CALL BY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
Attendance.
Present: Absent:
Doug Sterner Gabriel Ocasio-Davila
Marilyn Mammano Mike Vondermeulen
Betty Shelley Juanita Gray (Excused)
David Marshall
Tom Welch
David Parker
Drew Pickens
Genia Ellis
Donna Mergenhagen

3. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE of Meeting Minutes for the May 28, 2009 Board meeting was deferred to the July Board Meeting.
4. TREASURERS REPORT Tom Welch indicated there was no change since the June General Meeting.
5. Proposed Budget Tom Welch presented a draft budget for the Council, which the Board discussed. Marilyn Mammano moved and Genia Ellis seconded, that the Board approve the budget as amended (to add $250 for the Holiday Party). Motion passed.
6. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
7. NEW BUSINESS:
a. General Meeting July 15, 2009 Agenda
i. Code and Buildings Dept. staff – discussion of abandoned/stalled construction projects, AT&T cabinets, and foreclosed property maintenance Valerie Bohlander has agreed that a representative from the Code or Building Department will attend.
b. Florida Neighborhood Conference – reports to be required from participants €œ 2 people confirmed including Doug Sterner. Genia Ellis moved, and Donna Mergenhagen seconded, that the Council budget for FNC be allocated to the two members attending the conference. Motion passed.
c. Parks Goals Committee Report – input from members needed.
8. OLD BUSINESS
a. Dues notices for upcoming year status€œ Marilyn Mammano reported that second notices had been sent out by District Representatives Dave Parker and Juanita Gray.
b. Recruitment for Standing and Ad Hoc Committees – Gabe Ocasio Davila (No update)
c. Report on Neighborhood Development Criteria €œ Richard Mancuso reported that City Planning Staff Wayne Jessup and Adrian Ehle are waiting for consultants Winter & Co. to “digest the raw data from the workshops held in the last month. A June project deadline was missed; the team may possibly provide the next update in October. Marilyn Mammano agreed to review the contract to see what timeline it contained.
9. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. CVC Event planned for July 25 at 8AM in Snyder Park
b. Kathy Curry €œ Meals on Wheels/CERT
c. Board Member Attendance €œ Doug Sterner to contact Board Members who have missed recent meetings.
10. ADJOURNED at 6:45

*Indicates voting items

General Meeting Tuesday July 14(Note Corrected Date), 2009 7-9 PM – 8th Floor Conference Room

Board Meeting – Monday – July 27, 2009 €œ 8th Floor Conference Room


June 2009 General Meeting

June 09, 2009
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES
City Hall €œ 8th Floor Commission Chamber

CALL TO ORDER at 7:30 PM

1. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE
2. ROLL CALL BY 1st Vice President Marilyn Mammano – 17 of 33 members present (quorum present).
3. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE: MEETING MINUTES of May 12, 2009* – Motion by Genia Ellis and second by Betty Shelley to approve minutes; motion passed.
4. TREASURERS REPORT Tom Welch* – Motion by David Marshall and second by Ron Centamore to approve Treasurers report; motion passed.
5. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS
a. Historical Preservation €œ Alysa Plummer, VP Sailboat Bend & Diane Smart, Broward Trust for Historical Preservation€œ Spoke about historic preservation in Fort Lauderdale
b. County Vice Mayor Ken Keechl €œ County Update “ 8:00 PM (Time Certain) Spoke about County issues, including the County budget and the ongoing budget discussion with Sheriff Lamberti; answered member questions.

6. NEW BUSINESS:
a. Committee Chair Recruiting Members to serve €œ Gabriel Ocasio-Davila (No update)
b. Florida Neighborhood Conference (NUSA) €œ Council Reports St. Petersburg, Fl. Hal Barnes and Sheri Roberts noted additional details are available at StPete.org.
c. City Budget Questions and Concerns (no update)

7. OLD BUSINESS:
a. Centennial Committee Report Donna Mergenhagen noted that the City Commission has added a Council seat to the City Cent„ennial Committee.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform €œ Richard Mancuso reported that the minutes from the Planning Workshop are not yet posted; he will update the Council when they are.
c. Membership €œ Has increased from 28 to 33 in the last month.

8. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. AT&T Box Proliferation €œ Brief discussion of AT&T plans to install additional utility boxes in public right of way.
b. Library Openings €œ Support to retain €œ Members are encouraged to raise the issue with their county Commissioners in light of current budget issues.
c. BARC Facility Expansion Report €œ Doug Sterner updated the membership re. the issue raised by Edgewater Civic Association and the letter he sent to the Mayor regarding the issue.
d. Parks Goals Report €œ July discussion and vote
e. Andy Ziffer €œ spoke regarding construction site code enforcement concerns.

9. ADJOURNED at 9:20.

*Indicates voting items or may be a voting item
Board Meeting 5:30 pm, 8th Floor Conference Room, Monday, June, 22, 2009
General Meeting – July 14, 2009 PM 8th Floor City Hall


May 2009 General Meeting

Meeting Minutes
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
GENERAL MEETING

City Hall, 8TH Floor Commission Chamber

1. CALL TO ORDER        at 7:30 PM

2. PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE

3. ROLL CALL BY 1st Vice President (Marilyn Mammano) –19 members plus 1 late arrival present; quorum met.  (See Attachment B.)

4. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE:
a. MEETING MINUTES of April 14, 2009* – Motion to approve by Genia Ellis and seconded by Ron Centamore.  Motion passed.  (See Attachment D,)
b. TREASURER’S REPORT –
i. April 2009 Report –  Motion to approve (with amended date) by Genia Ellis,seconded by Betty Shelley.  Motion passed. (See Attachment E)
ii. Annual (Apr. 2008-Mar. 2009) Final Audited Report – Audit committee reported that the year-end treasurer’s report passed their review. (See Attachment F)

5. ANNOUNCEMENTS/GUEST INTRODUCTIONS (None)

6. Hal Barnes/Sheri Roberts – NUSA – Florida Conference – Mr. Barnes announced the Neighborhoods USA (NUSA) conference to be held in Spokane, WA May 20-23 and the Florida Neighborhoods Conference to be held in St. Petersburg FL July 9-11. (See Attachment I.)  A motion by Genia Ellis, seconded by Betty Shelley, for the Council to sponsor all registration fees for 5 members to the Florida Neighborhoods Conference passed unanimously.

7. Downtown Development Authority – Chris Wren & Elizabeth van Sant – Mr. Wren and Ms. van Sant made a presentation to the membership regarding the activities of the DDA, and invited members to attend their May 27 event at the Performing Arts Center.

8. Historical Preservation – Alysa Plummer, VP Sailboat Bend & Diane Smart, Broward Trust for Historical Preservation  ** This item was rescheduled for the June 09, 2009 meeting.

9. NEW BUSINESS:
a. Membership – District Representatives will send out 2nd notices to those civic associations which have not renewed their memberships.  The Council currently has 31 members, out of 63 city-recognized and 23 non-recognized associations city-wide.
b. Refreshment Assignment & Sign Up – Refreshments are assigned through December 2009.
c. Committees for the Upcoming year – Standing & Ad Hoc – A list of Regular/Standing, Ad Hoc, and Goals committees was circulated.  (See Attachment G.)  A motion by Marilyn Mammano, seconded by Genia Ellis, to sunset all Goals Committees, passed. A second motion,by Betty Shelley, seconded by Bijon Fayyaz, to keep the following (9 + 4) standing and ad hoc committees, carried.

Regular/ Standing Committees
Arbitration
Audit
Bylaws
Membership
Nominating
Social
Code/Zoning
Crime/Public Safety/Emergency Preparedness
Parks

Ad hoc Committees:
Centennial
Code Reform
Process Reform
Vision

10. OLD BUSINESS:
a. Centennial Committee – The committee passed out a draft form (see Attachment H) and requested feedback regarding the form, and also asked members to respond with information by September.
b. Ad Hoc Code Reform Committee Report – Richard Mancuso noted that the City’s monthly Civic Packet indicates that the City will be holding Neighborhood Development Criteria Community Workshops from May 11 – 14 (Mon. – Thu.), at 6:00 p.m. in locations to be announced.  Also, with respect to the “Process” Ad Hoc Code Reform committee, committee member Courtney Crush and Planning Director Greg Brewton are leading an effort to streamline administrative procedures for development projects.
c. Centennial Committee Report – The Council’s committee meets the 1st Tues. of each month and members are invited to join.  The committee is looking for suggestions re.possible take-aways.
d. EAB Report – Available on the Council website.

11. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY
a. The Community Appearance Board will give its awards May 27.
b. The City is holding neighborhood development workshops May 11-14.  (See Attachment J.)
c. Margaret Haney-Birch and JoAnne Simmonds  of  Lake Aire Civic Association were recognized.

12. ADJOURN – Marilyn Mammano moved to adjourn; Richard Mancuso seconded.  Meeting adjourned at 9PM.

*Indicates voting items
Next Board Meeting 5:30 pm, 8th Floor Conference Room, Thursday, May 28, 2009
June General Meeting – June 9, 2009 PM 8th Floor City Hall

Attachment A – Agenda, May 12, 2009
Attachment B – Attendance Record, May 12, 2009
Attachment C – Sign-in Sheet, May 12, 2009
Attachment D – Minutes of General Meeting, April 14, 2009.
Attachment E – Treasurer’s Report for April 2009
Attachment F – Treasurer’s Report for April 2008-March 2009
Attachment G – List of Committees
Attachment H – Centennial Committee Form
Attachment I – Florida Neighborhoods Conference flyer
Attachment J – Neighborhood Development Workshop schedule flyer.