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December 2019

HBPHOA Welcome!

As we draw ever closer to not only the year's end but also the end of the decade, let us join together and celebrate new friends and neighbors and new projectsand possibilities headed our way in Harbor Beach in 2020 and beyond.

Our annual meetings are coming up. Mark your calendars for January 9, 2020. 6:00 PM at Church by the Sea. First up will be the Harbor Beach Property Homeowners Association, Inc. meeting beginning at 6:00 pm sharp. The Harbor Beach Island (aka HBI Security) will immediately follow the HBPHOA meeting. To help shape the future of Harbor Beach, all residents of Harbor Beach are invited to attend.

Updates


South Ocean Bridge Replacement. We are very grateful and wish to thank our District 4 Commissioner BenSorensen for taking time out of his tightly packed schedule to attend the very lengthy last South Ocean Bridge Advisory Committee meeting. Commissioner Sorensen wasable to clarify a number of points brought forth by those attending. As of this writing, no decision has been made as to whether there will be a full or partial closure of theSO Bridge during construction. Design, project duration and budget concerns continue. Ultimately Mayor Trantalis, Commissioner Sorensen and his fellow Commissioners will have the final decision.


Pressure washing, median enhancement and public right of way "sprucing up." The HBPHOA wishes to thank Daniel Spencer, Jr., Supervisor, City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Department, for his heroic effort in getting our neighborhood entryways pressure washed, light bulbs replaced on Seabreeze and bridge monuments, and a general sprucing up in time for us to put on a fresh face for the Boat Show! We are very grateful to him for a job well done, in record time, and we look forward to working with him in the future on our Nature and Butterfly Park.

Scooters. While the City Commission continues to work through the contracts and restrictions related to scooters in our city, we encourage them to make the ban on the beach permanent. Alcoholic beverages and scooter use is a dangerous mix and a significant number of our visitors feel riding a scooter after a vacation cocktail or two is not equal to drunk driving. Our police officers would beg to differ.

In closing, we wish you and your family a holiday filled with joy, love and laughter whether singing Christmascarols or lighting a Menorah. Peace be with you and yours as we enter into our next decade together.

Annette Ross
President, HBPHOA

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