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Watering Restrictions

Oviedo

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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Written by JUDITH BENSON   
Monday, 05 January 2015

Meeting Minutes for                                            November 18 2014

CITY OF LONGWOOD CHAMBER

 

 

Meeting called to order by Chair Judith Benson at 6:04pm.

Pledge of allegiance

Roll Call:  Supervisors attendees:

Judith Benson; Ariel Gaussart; Scott Sturgill, Randy Garrett,

Absent: H. Alexander Duncan.

 

Quorum confirmed for action items purpose

 

·         Approval of the October minutes:  motion to approve by Supervisor Gaussart and seconded by Supervisor Sturgill.

·         Chair Benson asks attendees to introduce themselves: Ed Ghiliari, Donald Menzel, and David Leavitt.

·         Chair Benson mentioned that guests were welcomed to bring up relevant topics to the Board for public discussion.

·         Guest mentions that our website does not provide a means to send emails to board members. Supervisor Sturgill reminds guests that there is a special page to fill out as a means to send emails to the Board. Chair will contact site webmaster to check into the issue.

·         Reading of the Minutes and motion to approve by Supervisor Sturgill and seconded by Supervisor Gaussart.

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TREASURER’S REPORT - Sturgill

 

·         As of November 17, 2014: Current balance is

o    $ 413.94 in S&W account

o    $ 384.07 in Conserve All Ways Inc.

·         Luckas’ Nusery  and Supervisor Sturgill made a contribution of $100 each to the Board.

·         Mention that our bank is Harvor Community Bank.

 

OUTREACH PROGRAM – Garrett

 

·         No report

SECRETARY’S REPORT - Gaussart

·         Discussed the option of storing all the archives at the law office of attorney Crusada for $50/month. Chair Benson asked for the contact info to contact Mr. Crusada and discuss an arrangement for the month of December.

 

VICE-CHAIR’S REPORT – Duncan

·         No Report

CHAIR’S REPORT: Benson

·         Discussion over the NRCS’s agreement. Supervisors agreed to revisit the board’s decision making process in December with the Supervisors-elect since the vote will engage the next Board to certain financial and time obligations.

·         Supervisor Gaussart made the following motion:

o    “It is the sense of this Board that since the decision will primarily affect the next Board, it is preferable to postpone our vote after getting the input of the Supervisors-elect during the December meeting”. Seconded by Supervisor Garrett. No discussion. Motion carried.

 

·         Chair asks Supervisor Gaussart to invite Supervisor-elect Kendrick and York to the next meeting

·         Discussion over the acquisition of filing cabinets. David Leavitt offers to donate 3 filing cabinets via his company.

Old Business:

·         None

New Business:

·         Guest mentions that apparently, the status of the Board allows the Board to petition County Commissioners for our archive space. Chair Benson and Supervisor Gaussart interject and explain the legal reasons why this is not so.

·         Discussion by Chair over the introduction of this Board the Seminole County School System.

Meeting adjourned at 7pm

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