The contract with Davie is for $2.6 million, Town’s firefighters receive $340,000;
SWRVFR will schedule a night to teach a CPR class.
President’s Report by Ani Ruiz Chang
Safety Grant Application: Securing final bid, need letters from residents on Luray and Mustang related to speeding
Adopt a Corner: Both large signs are cleaned up; need volunteers on 9/12 & 9/26, 8-11:00 am for improvements; the Town has approved use of the water from the fire hydrant at Griffin and Hancock to water the plants there; the Town will provide a logo sign for the Flamingo and Stirling entrance.
Board Appreciation Event for the board members will take place on Sept. 4th.
Upcoming Events: Farmer’s Market at Craft Fair and the Aster Knight fundraiser; SRHA will host a tent at the Town’s birthday celebration on 11/7, joint HOA town-wide Christmas party on 12/19.
Treasurer’s Report by Ani Ruiz Chang
Dennis Hugdahl has resigned; Saied was appointed to serve as Treasurer until the next election;
Report: beginning balance of $1,549.02, one check written for $33.90, ending balance of $1,515.12.
Waggler: There will be new ads in the October issue.
Membership: Two new members, 305 members total.
Sunshine (Rachel Greene): Sent three welcome letters to new property owners; her nephew, Vinton Blount, is a finalist on “America’s Got Talent”; advice: if your property is declared a wetland, fight it; the Greenes and Rosina won their cases.
Drainage (Vince Falletta): People use the canals as a disposal unit; Central Broward Water Control District uses thousands of our dollars to clean up our canals; volunteered to call members to attend our meetings.
Beautification: There are handouts for the Adopt-a-Corner project.
Ani thanked Chris for the new meeting signs and the Parkers, who placed the signs.
Rick Bell: AKF fundraiser: Nov. 14th, 11:00am-3:00pm; 200-300 classic cars, $20 to enter a car, prizes will be awarded; a country fair for families, staffed byTown volunteers; a booth run by the Rare Fruit and Vegetable Council; purpose is to raise funds to supplement and help improve the Town’s parks; Councilman Doug McKay challenged his fellow councilmen to participate in a “Dunk Booth.”
The SRHA has been asked to host a tent at the Town’s birthday party on 11/7
Call to Action: Volunteer sign up, show up for the clean-up events; speak passionately about the association to our neighbors.