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Shore Acres Civic Association Agenda
April 16, 2018
Meeting called for 6:30 PM
- Call to Order
- Treasurer's Report
- SPPD update
- Leah McRae – St. Pete Director of Education and Community Engagement
- St. Petersburg History Museum – The history of Shore Acres comes alive
- Nicole Carr – Running for Pinellas County School Board
- Unfinished Business
- Shirts for sale
- SACA Logo – We have selected a process and need everyone involved
- Living Local is coming this June
- Website update – We’re getting a new one!
- Outdoor home improvement event is underway
- Cameras – The conversation continues
- New Business
- Bike safety & Easter event in review
- We bought a new projector
- Static cling stickers?
- Best acre in the Acres?
- Upcoming Events
- May 21, 2018 meeting
- July Flick & Float
- Outdoor home Improvement Event
- Logo contest - TBA
- Open Forum/Announcements
- Meeting Adjourned
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LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS
Location: Shore Acres Recreation Center, at the corner of 40th and Shore Acres Blvd.
Code Enforcement Officer: Margie Nichols.
Office: 727 892 5168 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: 727 892 5558
Having a large membership gives Shore Acres a loud voice in city government, just chip in $20 to join!
What SACA Is Doing For You:
We keep on top of crime and code violations. CODE DEPT CONTACT: Eric.email@example.com
We get the trees planted, we saved the fire station, we got the flood lockers installed, we fight for YOU!
Our meetings are professional, fast paced and to-the-point.
Association President David Delraim has always kept his "Done by 8PM" promise.
There has been a nationwide increase in car burglaries, we have not escaped it. Let's starve them out:
Visit our FaceBook page often, see photos of attractive young men aspiring to live in the state corrections institutions,
as they run through our yards, down our driveways with, apparently, things we don't need. Wake up, lock it up. Set camera traps.
Lock your doors, lock your cars, keep your garage doors closed. When there is nothing to steal, they will leave.