Information For Our Members


Nominating Committee 2019/2020   Recently updated !

The 2019/2020 Nominating Committee is being formed to prepare a slate of Officers and District Representatives for the member’s consideration at the March 12 General Membership Meeting.

A proposed slate will be presented at the February 12 General Membership Meeting. Nominations from the floor will be accepted at that meeting and the March 12 General Membership Meeting. District Representatives and Alternates from members in good standing can volunteer for any position here.

If you want to volunteer for any position Contact Us

Members of the committee are:

Immediate Past President , Marilyn Mammano

District 1 Representative, Linda Mannix-Burt

District 2 Representative, Ann Hilmer

District 3 Representative, Frankie Lane

District 4 Representative, Barbara Magill

Qualifications, Job Descriptions, Contact Us

Qualifications for elected office are available here

Job Description of all Positions are available here

If you want to volunteer for any position contact us

Nominations for the 2019/2020 Board of Directors

President, Colleen Lockwood

1sr VP, Stan Eichelbaum

2nd VP, Deborah Rosenbaum

Corresponding Secretary, Mary Peloquin

Recording Secretary, Christina Currie

Treasurer, Brucie Cummings

District 1, Rep Jim Concannon

District 2 Rep, Michael Albetta

District 3 Rep, Cathy Stubbs

District 4 Rep, vacant

Chair of Committees, Dennis Ulmer

Immediate Past President, Marilyn Mammano


Nominating Committee 2019/2010

The 2019/2020 Nominating Committee is being formed to prepare a slate of Officers and District Representatives for the member’s consideration at the March 12 General Membership Meeting.

Members of the committee are:

Immediate Past President , Marilyn Mammano

District 1 Representative, Linda Mannix-Burt

District 2 Representative, Ann Hilmer

District 3 Representative, Frankie Lane

District 4 Representative, Barbara Magill

Qualifications, Job Descriptions, Contact Us

Qualifications for elected office are available here

Job Description of all Positions are available here

If you want to volunteer for any position contact us


Zoning for Sober Homes

Delray Beach recently passed an ordinance to regulate Sober Homes. Several neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale have been dealing with similar issues for years. Until recently there seemed to be no hope of regulations. Given Delray’s recent actions, Poinciana Park passed a resolution asking the Fort Lauderdale City Commission to move on similar regulations. You can read their resolution here PPCA Board Action requesting enactment of Governess of Halfway Homes

An easy to understand description of the Delary Beach Ordinance is provided here Explain No 25-17

Sun Sentinel Articles about the issue

Delray and Boynton approve rules to regulate sober homes – Sun Sentinel

One sober home per block? Delray considers new rules for group housing – Sun Sentinel


Celebrate Success

Celebrate Success


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Please join CLFCA during our monthly meeting to celebrate successes that your association has made. Whether its big or small we want to hear about it. Even if it had some small flaws come and help your association be the best it could be.  Successes will be acknowledge during our monthly meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Just fill out the nomination form  here:

Celebrate Sucess Form

You can mail your form or email it according to the instructions  Better yet bring your completed form to the next CLFCA meeting. We are looking forward to seeing you there and listening to your stories of success.


Neighborhood Development Criteria Revisions

This is a summary of the City’s  proposal to start implementing some of the recommendations of the NDCR.

Draft Amendment Summarized v2

This is the proposed zoning text

DRAFT NDCR Fast Track Amendments v1

As discussed at the May 12, 2015 General Meeting, here is the Neighborhood Development Criteria Revisions Project. For those members who are new to the Council, we started this effort in 2008 and it was officially submitted in 2011. Very little has happened since then. It is a 135 page report that you can download  here.

NDCR Modifications