Agenda for May 15, 2015 Joint City of Ft. Pierce & St. Lucie County Port of Ft. Pierce Meeting

Agenda for the Joint meeting between the City of Fort Pierce and St. Lucie County May 15, 2015 on the Port of Fort Pierce.

2015 Annual Meeting – Print & Download Reports

If it is easier for you to print and download each of the reports given at the 2015 Annual Meeting, you may do so here:

2015 Annual Meeting – Preview for 2015, Carole Mushier, FPSBA President

After that presentation, I think that I should probably just sit down! But I will try to outline a number of issues that will be of interest and concern for many of us living and doing business on the beach during 2015.

2015 Annual Meeting – 2015 Islander Award, Christine Coke

OVER THE YEARS I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH SOME GREAT PEOPLE-AT WORK-IN MANY CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS AND THE CITY. EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE I HAVE COME ACROSS A PERSON OR SOMETIMES 2 OR 3 IN AN ORGANIZATION THAT EXCEED ALL NORMAL EXPECTATIONS. THESE PEOPLE MAKE DEDICATION, HARDWORK AND COMMITTEMENT SEEM THE NORM, RATHER THAN THE EXCEPTION. TO FIND A FEW PEOPLE LIKE THAT FOR AN ORGANIZATION IS A BLESSING-TO FIND AN ENTIRE GROUP IS A DREAM COME TRUE.

2015 Annual Meeting – Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.) Report, Bruce Murray

Our C.O.P. program is a part of District 9, which is responsible for the island from the South Bridge to the county line down the island. Our efforts have historically, and for the moment still are, focused on South Bridge to Middle Cove Park with occasional forays into the Blind Creek boat launch area.

2015 Annual Meeting – Code Enforcement Report, Bruce Murray

Since taking on the assignment as liaison with Code Enforcement, I have focused first on establishing a relationship with the Enforcement Officer, Isaac Saucedo, assigned primarily to the South Beach area. Isaac and I are in regular communication and sometimes meet at sites under discussion. His schedule includes weekend hours as well as normal workContinue Reading

2015 Annual Meeting – Overview by Carole Mushier, FPSBA President

In preparation for this report, I reviewed what I said last year at this time as to what to expect in 2014. I am always amazed at how long it takes for issues to wend their way through the various bureaucracies. You would think that I would know better by now! view full post »

South Beach COP Expanded Services

ST. LUCIE COUNTY SHERIFF CITIZENS ON PATROL – SOUTH BEACH C.O.P. “REVITALIZED” AND NEW SERVICES AVAILABLE view full post »

Construction on A1A south of Ft. Pierce may slow travel time

On Thursday, November 6, 2014, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will host an informational Open House for the bridge rehabilitation project on State Road A1A over the FPL discharge canal. Please refer to the official flyer for more information.

FPSBA Newsletter – Sept. 18, 2014 – Revised Vendor Ordinance

On September 15, 2014 the City Commission passed the revised Vendor Ordinance 5-0 on Second Reading without further revisions. A brief history is in order. This ordinance had been developed over a period of two years.  It was prompted primarily by concerns about “Itinerant Retail Produce Merchants” selling items such as watermelons out of theContinue Reading