October 13, 2009
8TH FLOOR Commission Chamber
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 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 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 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
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