One person dies every day in Pinellas County from a prescription drug overdose, often opioid abuse. Statewide, 14 people a day die from prescription drugs and heroin according to the Pinellas County Opioid Prevention office. Here is a map of where you can drop off unused/unneeded medications to be safely disposed of. This program is... Continue Reading →
Look around your property and find the places where you are inviting mosquitos to breed and live. Lots of us use chemicals and zappers to control insects, but the most effective way to control pests is to prevent them. What you can do: By taking simple preventative measures, citizens can help reduce the number of... Continue Reading →
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 →
Thanks to our neighbors who are willing to serve as the leaders of our neighborhood association. The new officers: President: Dave Muth Vice President: Rick Gilbert Recording Secretary: Ron Glicka Corresponding Secretary: Joan Muth Treasurer: Laurie Thompson Past President: Sheila Eveland Committees are forming that need volunteers for the new season of events: ... Continue Reading →
This is from the Pinellas County Sheriffs Department: Hello Neighborhood Watch Chairpersons, Please pass this along this information about scams. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office detectives are encouraging the public to be on alert to recent phone scams occurring in Pinellas County. The suspects are calling residents in Pinellas County identifying themselves as a Pinellas... Continue Reading →
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