The Board of Directors voted to present these Observations on the Comprehensive Plan to the membership on November 12 for their consideration.
DO YOU NEED MORE SUN TROLLEY STOPS OR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?
On 9/10/2019 at the CFLCA General Meeting neighbor feedback was collected. Residents in attendance from Rock Island and River Gardens/Sweeting Estates indicated an interest in additional trolley stops/public transportation.
If your neighborhood would like to request additional trolley stops/public transportation please contact Robyn Chiarelli so she can arrange a meeting with your Association to fully understand your needs and to discuss if/how Downtown Fort Lauderdale Transportation Management Association may be able to fulfill them.
Downtown Fort Lauderdale Transportation Management Association compiles route / stop requests and brings them forward to the City and TMA Board for consideration in the case that multiple people or groups come forward with the same request.
CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR A MEETING:
ROBYN CHIARELLI, Executive Director
Downtown Fort Lauderdale
Transportation Management Association
290 NE Third Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
We learned about the 2019 Day of the Dead events at our September General Meeting. Attached is a press release and color advertisement if you would like to share the information with your membership in newsletters or email blasts.
The City of Fort Lauderdale is Updating its Comprehensive Plan that was last adopted in 2008. The proposed plan, called Advance Fort Lauderdale can be viewed at
CFLCA is currently evaluating seven of the eleven Elements and preparing observations to share with the membership.
The Future Land Use Maps can be compared here
They are essentially the same so the 3D visualization of Fort Lauderdale produced by Zonar is the same going forwards
On 8/13/2019 FLPD Chief Maglione and Danielle Wolf of SaferWatch educated us on the value of the SaferWatch application.
Learn More Here:
At the May 7 Commission Conference Meeting there was a presentation by the City’s consultant Gridics of the Zonar software (aka CodeHUB Map Product Overview). You can download the presentation here.
At the March 12 General Meeting Ella Parker, Urban Design and Planning Manager, gave a prevention of the Downtown Master Plan Codifications. There will be more discussion and presentations prior to City Commission action anticipated in September 2019. For more information contact Ella Parker [email protected] or call 954 828 3729.
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.
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
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, Kelly Manning
Chair of Committees, Dennis Ulmer
Immediate Past President, Marilyn Mammano