Monday February 17th, 2014 - 7pm - Crescent Oaks Country ClubWe will have a presentation proposing a walking and bike trail that will circle Lake Tarpon by Dr. Venkit S. Iyer, M.D. F.A.C.S. This would encourage fitness in the community and provide a safe path for walkers and cyclers surrounding our precious natural lake in north county. There will be a community discussion of the proposal. We will have comments from the following who will also be in attendance: Paul Cozzi, Director of Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources,Glenn Bailey, Principal Planner, Pinellas County Planning and Development Services,Barbara Hoffman, President, Friends of Brooker Creek PreserveRay Booth and Bari Berger from the Suncoast Cycling Club. We encourage all who are interested in fitness to join us for an interesting a lively discussion of this proposal. Questions from the audience will be addressed. Bring your friends!For more information contact Barbara Schultz <
Janet Long, Commissioner District 1 - At Large
Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday's to you.
From all of us at the Council of North County Neighborhoods
We wish you the best of the season and look forward to being of service to you in the coming year. With your support and help we have accomplished a lot in 2013 and are revved up for an exciting new year.
Our next meeting is Monday January 20th, 2014 7pm at the Crescent Oaks Country Club where we will have our Annual Meeting and Elections along with the awards ceremony for the Deer Safety Contest held this fall.
For more information please contact Don Ewing
Enjoy a Visit From Saint Nicholas by Clement Clarke Moore
'Twas the night before Christmas,
When all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse
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From the Board of Directors and our member families we wish you the best of the Holiday Season. May your Thanksgiving be full of family, food, fun and football. We also would like to extend best wishes for a wonderful holiday season.
Our next public meetings will resume in January 2014 with another year of great events and passionate pursuit of issues of importance to our North County member communities.
Check our our schedule of events in the right column of our home page.
Public Safety Awareness Campaign
Deer Season Poster Contest
“Deer Here, Deer There, Deer Everywhere! It’s Deer Season!”
Sponsored by the Council of North County Neighborhoods, Inc. – Palm Harbor, FL. For more information refer to the website: www.cncnpc.org
October 21st, East Lake Library. This year we received a record high 474 essays from students in the Palm Harbor area from 3rd through 12th grades. This year's contest subject was related to "What will the East Lake Library of the Future look like". The board and the Library Director helped review the entries and with great difficulty they had to choose the top three entries for each grade level.
Here are the Contest top 3 in each grade:
Mrs. Romary & Mrs. Greenlees
6 through 8
Mrs. Terry - Stack 2
Mrs. Terry - stack 1
Join CNCN in welcoming our County Commissioners to the old fashioned town hall meeting Monday September 16th at 7pm. This informal gathering of "the town folk" with their "local government officials" provides a great opportunity to speak with the commissioners about anything you would like. It also provides an a way for commissioners to explain what they have been doing for our area residents in the past year and join in constructive dialogue about issues of importance to north county residents and communities.
Join in the conversation about enhancing communities through Improved Transit for Pinellas County at CNCN's August 19th meeting
Join us Monday August 19th, 2013 at 7pm at the East Lake Library to get your questions answered about why an significantly improved bus and light rail system throughout the Tampa Bay area will provide you with fabulously improved transit options. Just imagine if you will that you could easily access public transportation to quickly get to a Rays game, the Tampa Airport, Shopping desitinations, go out to dinner, send your kids safely to the beach and other great options.
These options could be available to you IF the proper funding is provided to significantly increase the available bus service including Bus Rapid Transit, increased routes and frequencies, and one day light rail around the bay area.
Vist the open house and get your questions answered about this important initiative that started over 40 years ago. Officials from PSTA and TBARTA will be present to provide answers.
FYI did you know that improved transit has already started? North Pinellas County Connector service provides over 1,100 rides per day to northern Pinellas county residents.
For more information please contact Don Ewing -
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CNCN supports the Greenlight Pinellas community conversations about transportation in Pinellas County. Here you can: Get Informed, Join the Conversation and Get Involved! - We currently are involved in the Civic Committee meetings and you are invited to attend.
Council of North County Neighborhoods, Inc.
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Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-2402
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