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Household hazardous waste generally includes products with toxic ingredients or components which require special disposal to prevent pollution to waterways, groundwater, air and soil, as well as to prevent poisoning or otherwise endangering humans, pets or wildlife. Many of the products we use for cleaning, painting and gluing, and automotive, pool and lawn maintenance fall […]
Marina Update 6/14/17 On June 14th, members of Shady Banks Marine Advisory Board, Barbara Haggerty, Shelby Smith, and Marilyn Israel, and myself, Jeanette Carr, met with Harbor 26 representative, Colby Cooper, at Hortt Community Center. Mr. Cooper advised the site plan was in the process of being redesigned to incorporate neighborhood compatibility and address Shady […]
Proposed Canal Dredging Assessment Tax Levied on all Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Homeowners 5:30 PM Meet and Greet 6:00 PM Meeting Intercoastal Room Coral Ridge Yacht Club 2800 Yacht Club Blvd- East of Bayview Drive, North of Sunrise Blvd. Bring your neighbors Please join us for a planning meeting Thursday, June 29th to discuss our opposition to […]
Shady Banks Mobilityl Master Plan PROJECT BACKGROUND The City of Fort Lauderdale is experiencing a resurgence in development and is working to transform itself into a multimodal, active, vibrant community. In order to support this growth and change, the City is working to complete a series of Neighborhood Mobility Master Plans that address neighborhood transportation […]
Who is on the Marina committee? Two Real Estate attorneys and two Realtors. Heather Keith, Marilyn Israel, Shelby Smith and Barbara Haggerty. The four have Real Estate Management, Development, and/or sales backgrounds. These four long time Civic Association members have been following multiple development plans, back to the first Pier 17 plan several(12) years ago. […]