Hello Neighbors, A huge thank you to all of you who did so much to make the Halloween Party a big success. I'm sure I will miss some, but I will attempt a shout-out to our volunteers. To the planning committee: Sheila Eveland, Laurie Thompson, Katy Gilbert, Sue Sidwell; you thought of everything! To Rick... Continue Reading →
We have a new membership form for your to download and fill out. As an incentive, we are trying a little contest this year to reward the person who refers the most new members.
A representative from TECO will be at our October 16th membership meeting to answer questions about pockets of homes that the mainline stops and starts at and a large area off Royal Palm. With a group effort, we may have some buying power and get the costs down. TECO service We have a TECO survey sheet for people... Continue Reading →
We wanted you to be able to read the changes that the membership will be voting on at our October 16th meeting. You will be asked, at the meeting to vote YES or NO on each proposed changed. This is the ballot: By-law changes recommended by the President Article III - QUALIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP SECTION... Continue Reading →
From left to right: Joan Muth (Corresponding Secretary), Dave Muth (President), George Eveland (Membership and Directory Chairman), Ron Gicka (Recording Secretary), Sheila Eveland (Past President). Not pictured: Rick Gilbert (Vice President), Laurie Thompson (Treasurer)
From Patch.com Effective immediately, parking fines for the city of Gulfport have increased from $15 to $30 per fine with the exception of disabled parking violations, which remain $250 each per Florida Statute. On April 3, the Gulfport City Council adopted the ordinance change increasing the parking fines. The $15 fine was established in 1986.... Continue Reading →
Hello Neighbors, Effective June 1st, it’s a new year and a new board. I want to introduce myself. My name is Dave Muth, that’s pronounced like M-youth, the newly elected President of the Pasadena Golf Club Estates Civic Group or PGCECG, (a not-so-easy to pronounce acronym.) I want to thank Sheila Eveland for her guidance... Continue Reading →
Our area is NOW under a manatee protection order. The protection season begins April first through the end of October (see the map) Manatee protection rules are rules that are established by FWC to restrict the speed and operation of vessels where necessary to protect manatees from harmful collisions with vessels and from harassment. In... Continue Reading →