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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.

For more details on watering restrictions in your area, please check with your city management.

 

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2013 09 17 Minutes PDF Print E-mail
Written by JUDITH BENSON   
Tuesday, 27 May 2014

MINUTES - September 17, 2013 - City of Longwood Chambers 5:30-7 PM

5:42 PM The meeting was called to order by Chair Judith Benson

Roll call - Present: Judith Benson, Scott Sturgill, H. Alexander Duncan
                 Absent:  Ariel Gaussart, Randy Garrett

Agenda and July meeting minutes were approved.

Guests present included Matt Hasty and David Leavitt - representatives of the Libertarian Party

David Millard presented the board with updated activities within the county that NRCS has completed during the last quarter. David requested copies of monthly minutes for submission to his supervisor - Judith Benson agreed to forward via email. David Millard informed the board of an event to be held on Saturday at Brevard Co. Ag Center 3695 Lake Dr, Cocoa FL - IFAS & FAMU speakers focused on assisting and educating small farmers in Brevard County.

Old business - H. Alexander Duncan plans to invite Stephen S @ Bronson & Little Big Econ parks to attend an upcoming meeting present information and ideas where SSWCD may be of assistance to their department.

New business - Scott Sturgill proposed that board members should compose a letter to SJRWMD on the Niagara Bottling permit expansion.  Open discussions began and Sturgill placed a motion that one letter should be drafted and signed by all supervisors. The motion was seconded by Duncan and passed in full agreement. Sturgill to compose letter to be signed later the same week.

Discussion was opened   identifying the increased awareness, conversations and activism in the local area and statewide pertaining to water quality and water consumption issues. Several local and state activities were mentioned and it was discussed that due to the number of events and activities it may be better to address a larger amount of these that supervisors should address individual issues and events as needed. Alexander placed a motion that each supervisor may represent SSWCD individually, as needed, due to time constraints. Sturgill seconded the motion and this passed with all in favor.

A reminder of the upcoming meeting scheduled for October 22nd - the 4th Tuesday of the month due to availability of chambers.

The meeting was adjourned at 6:53 PM by Chair Benson.

 
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