At a Special Commission Meeting held on December 19, the Commission and Town Attorney Dennis Bayer discussed a proposed "Floodplain Management" Ordinance that the State and FEMA want municipalities to approve throughout Florida.
The proposed Ordinance is available for inspection at the Town Hall.
Passed on first reading, the second and final reading is scheduled
for the April 3, 2017, Commission Meeting.
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR #1 WALKOVER RENOVATION
At its regularly scheduled meeting on March 6, 2017, the Commission unanimously awarded the contract for handicap assisted conversion of
the "#1" walkover (behind the Town Hall buildings) to Charles Burgan, LLC.
The Request for Bids was duly advertised in the Daytona News-Journal, but the Town received no responses to the advertisement. Burgan, LLC is the contractor that was also awarded the contract to reconstruct walkovers #3 and #4 that were completely destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Mr. Burgan's bid was the only qualified proposal received at the Town Hall by the published deadline. Work should begin soon with the completion date target of opening prior to the May 1 start of turtle nesting season.
The finished structure will finally give our residents the long-hoped-for ability
to more easily access the beach for those who are mobility challenged, as well as
easier access for those with fishing gear, coolers, etc. Stay tuned for more information!
ACCESS THE TOWN CODE ONLINE!
The Beverly Beach Code of Ordinances is available online through the Municode web
site! Anyone with computer access may visit the following site to study the Town's laws:
Please be aware that the online Code is current only through 2012. Ordinances passed after that date are available in hard copy form at the Town Hall, or by pdf electronically if you contact the Town Clerk. The Town is currently working with law students at the University
of Florida, their professor, and Town Attorney Dennis Bayer to get the Code fully updated. This will take several months to full completion. Once on the Municode site, click on the "Library" tab, select, Florida, then click on Beverly Beach. You may search for key words and phrases to locate specific laws and regulations about which you may be interested.
Beverly Beach in Images
Clean, pristine beaches and environmental care.
Photos by Town Clerk, Donna Francis. All rights reserved.
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COMMISSION WORKSHOP MEETING The Commission will hold a "Workshop" meeting on Wednesday, March 22nd, at 4 p.m. in the meeting room. The topic of discussion will be a petition submitted by some residents for review and possible change of the ordinance governing storage of recreational vehicles in driveways and non-commercial property.
Workshop meetings are open to the public; however, under state law, the Commission is not required to allow the public to speak during the meeting unless they so choose to take public comment. Any resident who wishes to provide input to the Commission may do so in writing to the Town Clerk no later than March 20 at 2 p.m. The Clerk will provide copies of all written input to the Commissioners for their review prior to the Workshop.
Please note that all written submissions must include your full name, address of the property you own, your mailing address if different, your telephone number, and an e-mail address if you have one. Typed input is preferred for legibility.
Finally, please be advised that the Commission will not be taking any final action by vote at the Workshop. The meeting is for discussion purposes and to evaluate all options. If the Commission chooses to move forward in any matter the Town Clerk will post an official newspaper announcement and any amended ordinance language will have to undergo two separate "readings" in public before any final vote to implement.
Anyone interested in reviewing the original Ordinance in question or the petition may do so at the Town Hall during business hours.
The next Regular Monthly Commission Meetings will be held on Monday, April 3, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.
and Monday, May 1, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.
The Agendas are available at the Town Hall or by calling the Clerk.
Commission meetings are typically held the FIRST MONDAY of each month, unless otherwise noticed.
Meetings are conducted in the building behind
the Town Hall. Enter through the door on the
north side of the building (facing the Campground). Anyone who wishes to attend and has mobility issues or needs special considerations should contact the Town Clerk at least 72 hours in advance at 386-439-6888.
BEVERLY BEACH 2017 ELECTION
Terms for seats currently held by Mayor Emmett and Commissioners Larry Mathies, Sandra Siepietoski,
and Jeff Schuitema expired after the March 6 meeting.
The vacancies were duly advertised in the News-Journal by the Supervisor of Elections' Office, as well as by e-mail, posts in the Town Hall, and multiple announcements at past meetings. The candidate qualifying period ended on Friday, January 13. Candidates who qualified were the four incumbent members of the Commission: Stephen Emmett, Larry Mathies, Sandra Siepietoski, and Jeff Schuitema.
Since no other qualified residents filed to run, and all four seats are unopposed, the election scheduled for Tuesday, March 7, was CANCELLED.
All four members of the Commission were sworn in for their new two-year terms following the March 6 meeting.
Commissioners Schuitema, Sund, and Wingo, Mayor Emmett
Left to Right - Front
Town Clerk Donna Francis, Commissioner Mathies, and Commissioner Siepietoski
PERMITTING SERVICES REMINDER: For questions or concerns on NEW permits,
contact the Flagler Beach Permitting Technician, Marlene
Beams, at 386.517.2000, X232, or e-mail Marlene at email@example.com. If you still need assistance, contact the Beverly Beach Town Clerk, Donna Francis, at 386.439.6888, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
SURFSIDE ESTATES residents, please remember that you must obtain a Form 1 from the office prior to doing any improvements to your property!
Shelter Cove, Sunset Inlet, and the Oceanside Condominiums all have their own HOA's and regulations. Residents of those communities should check with their respective HOA before
doing any work on your home or property!
Do not risk being fined by your HOA or by the Building Official for doing work without permits. $$$$$< ouch >
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