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Archive for the ‘City Government’ Category

See you all at City Hall at 6:00pm.

*CORRECTION: In the Newsletter, Ken Keys was mistakenly introduced as “Runner up”. Maybe we should have given the position of Newsletter Editor to a native English speaker 😉 In all honesty, I must admit I believed Runner-up and Challenger were synonyms. My apologies! Hendrik Bisanz

District 4 Election in the News

Friday, March 4, 2016 @ 10:03 PM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz

Planning & Zoning Meeting-July 17, 2014 at 2pm. Meeting Packet attached.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 @ 12:07 PM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz

The Planning and Zoning Meeting will be held at City Hall on July 17th at 2pm.  Click on the following link to review the Planning and Zoning Meeting Packet for Thursday’s P & Z meeting.

http://www.mytreasureisland.com/document_center/2014_PZ/PZ%20Packet%2007-17-2014.pdf

If you have questions or comments please contact Paulette Cohen, Director of Community Improvement, at pcohen@mytreasureisland.org who can answer any questions that you may have.  She will also distribute your comments upon request to all P & Z members prior to the meeting.

Beach Renourishment update

Thursday, March 27, 2014 @ 12:03 PM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz
 Please note the latest schedule for Beach Renourishment of Sunshine and Sunset Beaches from County website.

 http://www.pinellascounty.org/environment/coastalMngmt/treasure_island.htm

Coastal Management:
2014 Treasure Island Long Key Nourishment Project

Sunshine and Sunset beaches on Treasure Island and Upham and Pass-A-Grille Beaches on St Pete Beach are tentatively scheduled for nourishment beginning in June 2014.

The total construction costs for this nourishment project is $16,182,000.00.

§  Treasure Island – $10,823,500.00

§  Upham Beach –  $3,354,934.50

§  Pass-A-Grille Beach- $2,003,565.50

A total of approximately 555,000 yd3 of Sand will used.

§  Sunshine Beach – 75,000 yd3 – tentatively starting July 19

§  Sunset Beach – 215,000 yd3 – tentatively starting July 29

§  Upham Beach – 140,000 yd3– tentatively starting August 21

§  Pass-A-Grille – 125,000 yd3 – tentatively starting Sep 5

This page will be updated as additional information becomes available.

Project Information Notice:

§  Public Meeting:

§  Topic – Treasure Island Long Key Nourishment

§  When – June 10, 2014 6:00PM to 8:00PM

§  Where – Treasure Island City Hall Auditorium

§  Treasure Island Long Key Information Notice

§  Detailed Project Schedule

State of the City Address with Mayor Minning

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 @ 01:02 AM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz

On March 3rd at 630pm at the Treasure Island Community Center, Treasure Island Mayor Bob Minning will update Sunset Beach Residents on Sunset Beach and Treasure Island Happenings.  Mayor Minning will be available to answer your questions on local business, news & upcoming events.  Topics may include Bayshore Drainage, Planned Development, Boardwalk stairs to the beach, Beach re-nourishment & more.  If you have something to say to the Mayor this is the perfect opportunity.

Drainage Project on Bayshore
Summary from Board Member Steve Yost

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 @ 12:12 PM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz

I went to the meeting today.(December 4, 2013)  There were only 3-4 of us in attendance.  The project starts Monday, December 9th!  It will be somewhat disruptive for all the folks who live on Bayshore (especially those between 77th and 79th).  However, if the weather cooperates, the project will be completed in 6 months time (or sooner).   The City Engineer emphatically noted that the project will help with storm water flooding/drainage in the area, but not tidal water flooding.   He also noted that the contractor (Keystone) will be staging equipment and parking vehicles in the parking lot between 80th Avenue and 80th Terrace. Hence this parking lot will not be available to the public while the project is underway!  Also, interesting to note, the portion of the pipe that will will be installed between Bayshore and the Pass will be 42″ in diameter and it will extend out into Blind Pass for 25′.  The top of this pipe will be 3′ below the top of the seawall.  Therefore, the pipe will almost always have some amount of seawater in it because there are no plans to try to seal off this pipe from saltwater “backflowing” into the pipe.  Thus, it will be one more thing for the city to keep clean and clear. The City’s cost for this project is $450,000 and if I understood correctly, Swiftwater is kicking in an additional $450,000.  The reason being is that this project includes the installation of a “baffle box” which will catch/trap sand, silt and trash and keep it from being dumped into the Pass (thus cleaning up the water that otherwise would dump unwanted stuff into the Pass/Gulf).  The baffle box will also be one more thing for the City to clean and keep clear.

Steve Yost

Boil Water Notice in Effect

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 @ 04:12 PM
posted by Hendrik Bisanz

BOIL WATER NOTICE IN EFFECT
Pinellas County has issued a precautionary boil water notice for residents in the area after an upgrade of a pumping station in the area. The precautionary boil water notice will be in effect for a minimum of 48 hours or until satisfactory analytical results confirm that the water is safe to drink. www.pinellascounty.org/boilwater
To Read more about Boil Water Notice in effect Click Here

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Meeting: Sunset Beach Construction
Bayshore Drive from 77th to 79th Avenue

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 @ 05:11 PM
posted by Dawn Fader

Meeting Wed December 4th, 2013 from 3pm – 4:30pm @ City Hall Auditorium

To all:  The City and the Contractor who will be installing the drainage improvements between 77th Avenue and 79th Avenue on Bayshore Boulevard will be holding an informational meeting to discuss and answer questions regarding the construction work that is expected to begin on Monday December 9th. This work is expected to run through June 2014.  This meeting will be televised and will be made available for replay on TITV. The meeting is expected to take no more than 1 and ½ hours.

Jim Murphy, Director
727-547-4575 ext. 250
publicworks2@mytreasureisland.org

On March 5th at 6:30pm, Mayor Bob Minning will present the State of the City address. This will be followed by a meet and greet with commissioner candidates for District 4. All candidates will be present and Tom Scherberger will moderate. Pizza will be served as well.

State of the City
Monday March 5th @ 6:30pm

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 @ 02:02 PM
posted by Jeff McBride

March 5th Treasure Island Community Center—6:30PM. Don’t miss our State of the City with Mayor Bob Minning. We will also have a question & answer forum from our candidates running for the Sunset Beach Commissioner. It’s that time of year again, there will be a nomination & election for our new Board of Directors on the Sunset Beach Civic Association. It is a meeting not to miss. If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors for this upcoming year please contact Director Elizabeth Saunders at elizabethisland@gmail.com, or one of the Directors.