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  1. Summary of July 22nd Council meeting actions

    At their July 22 meeting, the Council agreed to a tentative property tax rate for next year of 7.1 mills, and a tentative budget of $32.8 million. They also heard the results of the recent Parks & Rec Needs Assessment and accepted a plan for insurance. See the action summary...
  2. Weekly e-News blast from July 23

    The weekly Village e-News blast for July 23 has been sent, but if you missed it, you can still read it online. See the July 24 e-News summary...
  3. How does the Village budget process work?

    Planning the financial future of the Village takes a lot of work by the Village Council, Village Manager, department heads and staff. Here's an overview of the process as it develops throughout the summer. Read on...
  4. State law puts new limits on anonymous code complaints

    To comply with a new Florida law, Village Code Compliance Officers can no longer act upon anonymous complaints of code violations unless specific conditions are met relating to health, safety and environmental concerns. See more details ...
  5. COVID vaccine updates and info as of July 1st

    Village Hall is fully open again, and Council meetings will be open to the public with no restrictions. The use of facial coverings in Village-owned buildings is no longer REQUIRED, but it is still RECOMMENDED. See the latest vaccine updates ...
  6. 'Zoning in Progress' to address bulk & mass of new homes

    Based on suggestions made by residents in the Citizens’ Master Plan and concerns expressed to the Council by residents, Village staff is developing a Code amendment for consideration to address the character of new, single family home construction. Read more about the Zoning in Progress ...
  7. FEMA flood map boundaries changing, homeowner insurance rates may be affected

    FEMA is redefining flood map areas throughout South Florida. This may cause some Village homeowner insurance rates to increase or cause other property owners be required to purchase flood insurance. Get more info about FEMA flood zone changes...
  8. Water Management District work planned on Earman River

    The South Florida Water Management District is making improvements to the stormwater drainage system along the Earman River, from alternate A1A to the Intracoastal Waterway. Read more about SFWMD Earman work...
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