Think of a “what if” game. What if you could design our city for the future? What if you could determine the approaches to be used to run the city, establish priorities and outline just what is important to residents who make this their home. Please take our survey under “HOME” to tell the Association what you think. Continue reading
Jeffrey Kelley is now working with the City of St. Augustine. Among other duties, Jeff will be working with the Neighborhoods.
Jeff graduated from the Master of Community Planning Program at the University of Cincinnati. While there he worked as a graduate assistant as well as the Civil Rights Outreach Coordinator for the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition. He also studied abroad for a month in China looking at sustainable urbanism in Beijing with a small group of architects, engineers and environmentalists.
His prior experience includes working as a Critical Infrastructure Planner for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in the Jacksonville area. He also spent time in the Peace Corps in Bulgaria.
Another property in our lovely neighborhood is a candidate for demolition. The Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB) will hear the application to demolish this property on Thursday, November 20th. If you are concerned about the loss of another of our historic buildings, your letter can make a difference. If you would like additional information, post a comment.
The ceremony begins at 10 a.m.and there will be two minutes of firing at 1059 hrs to simulate the constant barrage that ceased on 11/11/1918. Continue reading
Just click on the link to read the lovely letter of thanks for our donation to Ketterlinus Elementary School.
Our Neighborhood annual Christmas Party will be held at Markland on Monday, December 16th at 7 p.m.
Traditional Holiday Music performed by The Madrigalz (Liz Williamson, Judith Barnhardt and Angie Christensen).
Becky Greenburg, President, welcomed everyone back from the summer and to our first meeting of the year. She also welcomed the new neighbors who were attending:
Bev Carmichael- Valencia Street
Sidney and Sean Forrest -Saragossa
Bonnie Hayfleck and Bill Kolar – Valencia
Pam Versaggi – Valencia Continue reading
The city is implementing a common utility maintenance procedure called ‘flushing’. It involves opening specifically-selected fire hydrants under controlled conditions to scour the inner surface of water distribution pipes. Your water at the tap or hydrant may appear discolored during this program. Continue reading