The rescheduled date for this forum is set for Monday, October 30th from 7:00 - 8:30 at the East Lake Library. Please join our Superintendent, Dr. Michael Greg, and others for a discussion on the "State of the District". CNCN will also award two $1,000 scholarships to area High School seniors at the beginning of this forum.
The Council of North County Neighborhoods will award two $1,000 scholarships (one each) to a member of the 2018 graduating classes of Palm Harbor University and East Lake High Schools. To qualify, the graduating senior must:
Join CNCN Monday October 17th at 6:00 pm in the East Lake Woodlands Country Club for a forum on Surface Water and Runoff issues. We'll have speakers from Southwest Florida Water Management District - SWFWMD and Pinellas County Environmental Management. The agenda is:
Big Picture - Looking at the Flood Plain of North Pinellas and surrounding regions
Election Forum focuses on Amendments and Fire Commission Candiates - August 15th 6pm
Location: East Lake Woodlands Country Club. Join CNCN and the Palm Harbor Chamber as we bring you discussions on the Ballot Amendments and an opportunity to learn more about Palm Harbor and East Lake Fire Commission Candidates.
1st Primaries Candidate Forum at Palm Harbor Library July 18th.
July 18th, It's an Election Year and time for the first Candidate Forum for the August election cycle. This will be an exciting election year as all State Representatives and Senators are up for election. In addition County Commissioners, Judges, School Board, Fire Commissions, Sheriff, Property Appraiser, Tax Collector, Supervisor of Elections, Clerk of the Court are all on the ballot this year.
Community Capital Investment Discussions
(Penny for Pinellas wish list)
Monday June 20th 6:30pm to 8pm. Location: East Lake Library 4125 E Lake Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34685
Monday May 16th 7:00pm - Crescent Oaks Country Club
Join us for our annual town hall meeting with the County Commission whose is responsible to govern the unincorporated areas of East Lake, Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach and Ozona, an area of approximately 100,000 residents. This will be a great opportunity to hear with they have done in the past year, some new plans for the coming year and engage with the Commissioners.