• Sally B. Philips

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Vol. 2, No. 2 February 7, 2021


The new lighting for evening play has been completely installed at Dante Fascell Park. The six clay tennis courts are now open for reservations. The number to call is (305) 666-8680.


Registration for Spring Break Camp is now open. At Gibson Bethel Community Center, Camp will be open from 8 am to 6 pm on Monday, March 29, until Friday, April 2. Children from 8 - 12 years old (K-6) are welcome. For more information, call (305) 668-3876.


If your boat is a large boat, it must be registered with the City Clerk by February 16. Below is a quote from the Ordinance which passed on February 2.

No Trailered Boat measuring more than 32’0” in length, excluding the bowsprit, (Large Boat) and that is not already stored on a lot as of February 2, 2021 [the Effective Date], may be stored in the City. A courtesy notice of civil infraction will be served on the owner of the real property where the Large Boat is found to be stored after the Effective Date. If the Large Boat is not removed from the City within 1 week of receiving the courtesy notice, a citation will be issued to the owner of such real property. It is the property owner’s burden to prove that the boat was stored in the City prior to the Effective Date. A boat owner may register a Large Boat that was being stored in the City prior to the Effective Date. Registration must be under penalty of perjury and, if filed with the City Clerk before or within 14 days of the Effective Date, such registration will be irrebuttable evidence of the storage of the Large

Boat prior to the Effective Date.


Miami-Dade County has opened a system for registering in advance of when vaccine injections become available. One can call 305-614-2014 or click on: Name, contact information and age will be asked. Getting a vaccinated with the full two-shot protection means that if one does become infected, he or she will have a very mind illness. It is still possible to spread the virus, so social distancing and wearing masks are still necessary safety precautions.

Keep healthy; stay safe.

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