April 11, 2017; 5:00 pmSWAG Resource Center807 SW 64th TerraceGainesville, FL 32607
The purpose is to more fully promote, protect, and improve health, safety and welfare of the neighborhoods for the residents, visitors, and property owners.
The District through its Neighborhood Council implements strategies to enhance security, protect the neighborhoods, and evaluates the effectivness of its annual plan.
The amount assessed per parcel is calculated at $5.00 per dwelling unit, per month. For the 827 units in the District, the total assessed amount to be collected is approximately $49,620 annually.
Joan Canton, PresidentSadie McBroom, Vice-PresidentCarolyn Adams, SecretaryChauncey Clark, TreasurerKaren Quinn, Board Member
Date Established: 10/23/2001
Creation Document:County Ordinance #01-24County Ordinance #03-02
Statutory Authority: Section 163.524, F.S.
Board Selection: Elected
Local Governing Authority: Alachua County
Fiscal Year: October 1 to September 30
Mailing Address: Tom Tonkavich Assistant DirectorDepartment of Community Support Services218 SE 24th StreetGainesville, FL 32641
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