June’s A1A Update

Click here for an update on the A1A project from June 10th. Commission_Meeting_Memo_061010.pdf

A1A Project Update for May.

Click here for the latest update on the A1A construction project. Commission_Meeting_Memo_051710.pdf

A1A Project Status Update 4-19-10

Click here for April's update on the status of A1A construction. Commission_Meeting_Memo_041910.pdf

A1A Project Status Update 3-15-10

I find it amusing to post the latest update for A1A on a day when we're pretty much trapped on the island due to construction.  Click here to read the Committee Meeting Memo Commission_Meeting_Memo_031510.pdf

President’s Report – 2010 SBA Annual Meeting

2009 OVERVIEW 2010 SBA ANNUAL MEETING February 11, 2010 My rendition of the 2009 Overview will not duplicate, in detail, information that will be covered by others. However, I will mention certain areas that will be presented later because of their importance. Some of the most visible happenings on the Island this past year haveContinue Reading

Islander Award – 2010 SBA Annual Meeting

A statement attributed to Bette Davis – and many of you are old enough to remember her! – is “If you want a thing done well, get a couple of old broads to do it!” This year’s recipient of the Islander Award can get it done all by herself and she is not quite oldContinue Reading

Beach Parks Update – 2010 Annual Meeting

Good evening To sum up the year, it was great one for capital improvement projects, Phase I of the Inlet Linear Park is completed: Phase I of Jetty Park is shovel ready, and you probably have noticed that Bergalis/Surfside is under construction. Unfortunately, with citywide severe budget cuts the maintenance of our parks has diminished.Continue Reading

Planning Board Update – 2010 SBA Annual Meeting

February 11, 2010 Last year at this time we were faced with the spectre of a massive project on what is still called the “old Bernstein” property the old Island Village plan on the North side of Seaway Drive including Mangrove Matties that expired. Rumor had it that they would propose twin 85 foot towersContinue Reading