President, Jessica Salmond
Treasurer, Chase Wilsey
Secretary, Jess Small
Board members, Beth Cooke, David Holler and Katie Vann
Elizebeth S., Korrie, Bob, S., Dave, Jillian.
There were no public comments.
St. Pete Police Department neighborhood report by Officer James Fuchs:
An unlocked commercial vehicle was burglarized earlier this year. Officer Fuchs reminds everyone to lock their vehicles and remind any workers coming to their property to also lock their vehicles.
Treasurers Report: Chase Wilsey reported a balance of $674.36.
The neighborhood cleanup in partnership with Keep Pinellas Beautiful was successful. Members agreed that their neighborhood adoption program (four events a year) would be worthwhile and approved moving forward with their program.
Spring Fling event: due to conflicting neighborhood events, the Spring Fling event was approved to move to the fall so that the city can participate with a bike rodeo, and the police department can bring emergency vehicles. The board also hopes to work with the Kiwanis Club to be involved in the event.
Mural project: The city parks department will need to approve of the mural project before we can move forward to apply for the city grant.
Get Fit St. Pete: Jess Small is leading a partnership with Get Fit St Pete to get our neighborhood involved in this city-wide initiative.