Next City Commission Meeting on April 7
On 3/20/2020, Governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order waiving state requirements for local governments to have in-person quorums for public meetings. Waiving the requirement will allow local governments to conduct meetings telephonically and via technology including video conferencing. As a result, the next meeting of the City Commission is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, April 7 at 6 p.m. The meeting is expected to take place using audio/video conferencing software. Additional information about the meeting, including details about public participation, will be made available once it is confirmed.
IN-PERSON CFLCA GENERAL MEETINGS CANCELLED ON 4/14/2020 & 5/12/2020 DUE TO UNFOLDING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.
Coronavirus Updates Available on City News Website: City of Fort Lauderdale’s Coronavirus Updates HERE
As required by the bylaws, the General Membership voted to established the 2020 Audit Committee. Members are Marilyn Mammano & Jim Concannon.
The next CFLCA General Meeting will take place on 4/14/20. Commissioner Moraitis will be in attendance. To submit your questions/concerns in advance please use out “Contact Us” Link.
General Meetings Meet/Greet start at 6:00 PM and the Meeting starts at 6:30 PM. City Hall 8th Floor Conference Room.
On 3/10/2020 President Lockwood arranged for us to hear from Attorney Crush & her team related to the potential “Sears Town Project.” The focus of the conversation was how transportation and mobility could be improved in/around the “Sears Town” location.
To share your feedback with CFLCA use the “contact us” feature. If you prefer to provide your feedback directly to Ms. Crush or would like to schedule her attendance at your next neighborhood meeting her contact information is as follows:
- COURTNEY CRUSH
- Email: [email protected]
Ms. Crush and her team shared a Power Point as a part of their presentation. The file is too large to attach to this webpage but a PDF version is provided for your convenience. Click on the blue text below to access.
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue is available and looking forward to coming into your neighborhoods to share important information with your residents. Additionally, FLFR offers a variety of 45 minute training courses to help residents learn skills to save lives (ex. hands only CPR & stop the bleed).
The following presentation was shared at the March 2020 CFLCA General Meeting:
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue
Contact the District Commander of your Police District to arrange to have an FLPD officer at all of your neighborhood meetings. Establishing this relationship will allow your neighborhood to share feedback and concerns with the appropriate FLPD representative. FLPD will share neighborhoods stats and neighborhood specific information with your residents.
Note: Police District is not the same thing as Commission District. View link below!
Visit this webpage to find our what Police District your neighborhood is in and which District Commander you call to arrange FLPD attendance: https://www.flpd.org/about-flpd/district-maps