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Allowed watering times:
12:00 midnight to 10:00 am, or 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight.

Allowed watering days:
Thursday & Sundays = Even numbered and no numbered addresses.
Wednesday & Saturday = Odd numbered addresses.

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Written by JUDITH BENSON   
Tuesday, 27 May 2014

MEETING MINUTES

April 23, 2013

City of Longwood Chambers

 

Attendees - Judith Benson, Ariel Gaussart, Scott Sturgill, H. Alexander Duncan, Randy Garrett

 

Absent - None.

Meeting called to order by Chair, Judith Benson, at 5:31PM.

Conducted Pledge of Allegiance.

Approval of Agenda: Sturgill motioned for approval, Garrett 2nd the motion with all in favor.

Garrett read the meeting minutes from the March, 2013 meeting.  Gaussart motioned for approval of the minutes and Duncan 2nd the motion with all in favor.

Supervisors discussed SERV, the relationship(s) between the past and current Seminole County BCC and Soil and Water Conservation Board, fundraising and enhancing the current board.  All supervisors agreed that they would like to improve relations with the county, raise money and enhance the level of service the board provides to the citizens of Seminole County.  Benson suggested a public workshop to further discuss these issues and to cover our handbook.  An agreement to hold a public workshop on May 21/June 18, 2013 at 4:30pm was reached.

Supervisor Reports:  Gaussart discussed soliciting donors/advertisers on the S&W Website.  Benson suggested the board discuss the matter with our webmaster, Chuck. 

Chair Report:  Benson discussed the importance of following statutes and guidelines for advertising our meetings to give proper Public Notice.  It must be published in writing through at least one form of media.  As our Public Affairs Officer, Duncan agreed to look in to the matter.  Gaussart agreed to check with the county to see how they publish their Public Notices.

Old Business:  Discussed the Casselberry Festival; confirmed the schedule for Supervisors to attend and man the booth.  The board also discussed the sale of copies of the book from Eden to Sahara.  Sturgill agreed to donate his square application for the event, which would allow for payments to be made by credit card.  Benson stated the money has to be taken in by Conserve Always, not the Soil and Water Conservation Board.  The board also discussed raffling donated items; rain barrel and rain free sensor.  Sturgill made a motion to accept the donated rain free sensor from Benson’s company to raffle it, Duncan 2nd the motion with all in favor.  Sturgill also made a second motion to sell the books in storage at face value posted on the book’s dust cover, Duncan 2nd the with all in favor.

New Business:  May meeting to have guest speaker Max Castaneda.

Chair Benson adjourned the meeting at 6:56.
 
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