November 20, 2017 City Commission Meeting & Vote to Deny Owner to Have Property Removed


City Commission Meeting – Causeway Cove

On Monday night, November 20, 2017, the Fort Pierce City Commission voted 3-2 to deny the request of the owner of 601 Seaway Drive (Causeway Cove) to have his property removed from the South Beach Overlay. This was the position of the South Beach Association and the many residents who showed up and spoke at the meeting.

Overview of 2016 from the 2017 Annual Meeting by Carole Mushier

As I prepared this report, I referred to what I had said last February regarding some of our expectations for 2016.

Code Enforcement Report – 2017 Annual Meeting by Charlene Adair

I am Charlene Adair, your Code Enforcement Chair. My role is to be a liaison between South Beach residents and the Code Enforcement Division of the City of Fort Pierce. I should also mention that I am a volunteer with the City of Fort Pierce with a focus on supporting Code Enforcement in an administrative capacity. The goal is to enforce City Codes adopted by the City Commission that establish minimum standards for health, safety, and general welfare as well as to regulate conditions to prevent the creation of substandard living conditions within the City.

Beach & Parks Report – 2017 Annual Meeting by Charlene Adair

I am Charlene Adair, your Beach & Parks Chair. I also serve on the Keep Fort Pierce Beautiful Advisory Board, representing South Beach. As South Beach’s liaison with Fort Pierce Public Works, I coordinate approximately 40 individuals (some who live on the mainland but enjoy South Beach) plus groups from Mariner Bay and Ocean Village. Due to persistent work by a few residents in Ocean Village, they were able to establish a team and regular beach clean ups that have been very successful – OV, welcome to our group. Our role is to keep 9 parks and about 4 miles of beach maintained – a lofty goal for sure! Our volunteers showed they are up to the challenge by working 1871 hours in 2016!  This is an increase from the prior year of 653 hours, and represents about 1 full time employee for the City. I would like to ask our volunteers to stand so that we can acknowledge your service and thank you.

Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.) Report – 2017 Annual Meeting by Bruce Murray


2017 Preview – 2017 FPSBA Annual Meeting by Carole Mushier

So what is going to happen between now and the end of the year?  Certainly nothing is written in stone so these are just hopes and possibles. view full post »

2017 Annual Meeting – Print & Download Reports

If it is easier for you to print and download each of the reports given at the 2017 Annual Meeting, you may do so here: view full post »

New FPSBA Board Members & Volunteer Opportunities

SOUTH BEACH ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS Welcome to 2 new members of the Board of Directors view full post »

National Night Out Against Crime

TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2016 JAYCEE PARK 5:00-7:00PM (Pavilion #5 – located in NE corner – closest to A1A) view full post »

2016 Annual Meeting – Overview by FPSBA President, Carole Mushier

As I prepared this 2015 Overview, I referred to what I had said last February regarding our expectations for the year. view full post »