October 31 edition of:

Community Update
A Report on the Activities of Alachua County Government

 

This Issues Features:

Veterans Memorials in Alachua County
Do you worry about Health Care?
Hazardous Waste Program Awarded
Impact Fee Online Services Available
Water Usage Reduction at County Jail
Homeless Veteran Stand Down
Florida Friendly Landscapes Class & Tour

What Every Voter Needs To Know for the November 4, 2008 – General Election
Flu Shots On Election Day
What’s on Alachua County Talks?
Commission Meeting Highlights
Alachua County Advisory Boards

 

Veterans Memorials in Alachua County

The Alachua County Community Support Services Department’s Office of Veterans Services is proud to announce the new “Veterans Memorials in Alachua County” booklet.  The objective of the 32 page, full color, booklet was to locate, photograph and document each memorial. The purpose of this endeavor was to ensure these memorials are not forgotten and encourage citizens to visit each of them. The booklet was a cooperative effort by Alachua County’s Veterans Services Office, Visitors and Convention Bureau, and Communications Office and The City of Gainesville’s division of Cultural Affairs and many other organizations and individuals. Funding was provided by the Alachua County Bed Tax, paid by visitors to the County, through a grant program administered by The City of Gainesville.

In a joint statement US Marines, WWII/Korea veteran Bob Gasche and US Army Veteran and Alachua County Veterans Services Director Jim Lynch said, “As a Marine who fought in WWII on Iwo Jima and witnessed the U.S. flag flying over Mt. Suburachi and as a U.S. Army photographer with a tour of duty in Vietnam, we both have come to cherish the freedoms all Americans enjoy. Witnessing firsthand the cost of such freedom inspired us to ensure that those who gave their lives while serving our country are never forgotten. It took us several years of searching records, interviewing surviving families, speaking to veteran organizations, and reviewing historical documents before we realized how many memorials Alachua County actually had.”

To view the booklet on line go to: http://issuu.com/alachuacounty/docs/alachua_vet_book_issuu  Click on the “Fullscreen” button at the upper left corner of the screen to increase booklet size.  Put your curser on the right or left edge of the booklet to turn pages.  The middle arrows on the page edge turn one page, the top arrows jump to the beginning or end.

If the booklet does not open, click the following link to download Adobe Shockwave Flash:
http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash

For more information, or to receive a booklet, contact Jim Lynch at 352-264-6740.

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Do you worry about Health Care?

Over the next few months two of Alachua County’s health care-related Advisory Boards will have an unusually high number of vacancies, due mostly to term expirations. If you or someone you know is concerned about the direction of health care in our country, here is a chance to make a difference at the grass-roots level. To apply for one of these positions, visit our web page at www.alachuacounty.us/advisoryboards or call (352) 264-6904 for a printed application.

CHOICES Health Services Advisory Board:
CHOICES Program participants – we need two; one will serve as Alternate
Pharmacist
Physician
Hospital employee
Managed care employee
Small business owner (100 employees or less)

Health Care Advisory Board:
Health care professional
Low income consumer
Low income health care consumer
Health care consumer – two needed
Community advocacy group member – two needed
Representative of Shands at AGH – nominated by Shands
Representative of UF Family Medical Practice Group – nomination required
Representative of Alachua County Public Health Unit – nomination required


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Hazardous Waste Program Awarded

Alachua County’s Hazardous Waste Collection Program, a service of the Alachua County Environmental Protection Department, was awarded the Best Education/ Public Outreach Program Award by the North American Hazardous Materials Management Association (NAHMMA) at their 23rd Annual Hazardous Materials Management Conference in Burlington, Vermont on October 16, 2008.   
 NAHMMA is a nationwide professional organization established in November of 1993, dedicated to pollution prevention and reducing the hazardous constituents entering municipal waste streams from households, small businesses and other entities that may be exempt from local, regional or national regulations.  
 Kurt Seaburg, Alachua County Hazardous Waste Coordinator, manages the disposal, collection, public outreach and education activities of Alachua County’s Hazardous Waste Collection Program, which has been recognized statewide and nationally as a model local program for the management of hazardous wastes from households and small businesses.
 “We are extremely proud that Alachua County’s public education and outreach efforts to promote pollution prevention, hazardous waste reduction and proper hazardous waste management from households and small business have been nationally recognized by this NAHMMA award”, said Chris Bird , Alachua County Environmental Protection Director.  
 The Alachua County Hazardous Waste Collection program provides convenient services to the citizens of Alachua County in proper management and disposal of a wide variety of conventional and unconventional hazardous wastes including, automotive products, household pesticides and chemicals, paints, discarded electronic products including televisions and computers, and unwanted medicines.
 For more information, contact Kurt Seaburg at 352-334-0442.

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Impact Fee Online Services Available

The GIS Division at the Alachua County Department of Growth Management has unveiled an online Geospatial Impact Fee Calculator.
The calculator allows builders, realtors, developers and home owners to estimate impact fees by themselves during the process of budgeting for a new development. They can select land use and location of development in an interactive map, enter appropriate information and immediately get a report with fees due for Fire, Parks and Transportation. Please see http://cpd.alachuacounty.us/ifeecalculator/.
For suggestions on improvements of these services, please call Jimmy Collins at 352.374.5249. For questions on Impact Fees, please call Jonathan Paul at 352.374.5249.
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Water Usage Reduction at County Jail

Alachua County Facilities in conjunction with  Florida Power and Light Energy Services (FPLES)and in cooperation with The Alachua County Sheriff’s Department,  recently completed the installation of an ICON Water Reduction System at the Alachua County Jail.  The water reduction project was initiated when the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners adopted a County wide Energy Reduction and Water Conservation Program in 2002.   The goal was to reduce countywide utilities consumption by approximately 30%.  The water reduction project started in July 2008 and was completed on September 1, 2008.  Thanks to the outstanding cooperation of Jail Director Robert Woody and the Jail staff there were no interruptions of normal jail operations.

Previously, the jail used an average of about 36 million gallons of water per fiscal year for a cost of $230,000.  The reduction system should result in a savings of between 16 and 17 million gallons of water per fiscal year, resulting in a savings of over $109,000. The system is projected to pay for itself in about 8.5 years. 3.34 million gallons of water were saved in the first two months.

The County’s Support Services Group, chaired by Administrative Support  Director Betty Baker, spearheaded this effort.  After extensive research, a recommendation was sent to County Manager Randall H. Reid suggesting that the County’s Energy Management Team move forward with a proposal to cut water consumption at the County Jail.  Reid recommended the proposal to the Board of County Commissioners and on May 13, 2008.  The Commission approved a contract with FPLES and Reid directed staff to accelerate the implementation of this major water conservation project at the Alachua County Jail.

The newly installed ICON Water Reduction System includes:

The installation of waterless urinals to reduce water usage and maintenance cost.

Replacement of the existing 3.5 gallons per – flush pneumatically controlled toilets with new electronically controlled 1.6 gallons per-flush toilets containing security lock out controls.

Replacement of controls and valves for lavatories and showers throughout the facility with tamper resistant timer controls that automatically perform shut off functions.
In a further cost saving measure, the new water reduction system may save the County $275,000 for an upgrade to the existing sewer lift station that was thought to be needed due to the 168 bed jail expansion project. The reduction in water usage may make this upgrade unnecessary.

In speaking of the project Alachua County Facilities Manager Charlie Jackson said, “As government agencies countywide move to implement green solutions, the importance of energy and water performance contracting will only grow.  In the end saving water is good for the environment and also good for the bottom line”.
For more information, contact Charlie Jackson at 352-374-5229.


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Homeless Veteran Stand Down

The 2008 Homeless Veteran Stand Down Committee is pleased to announce the award of a $10,000.00 grant to Alachua County for this year’s 2 day Stand Down event.
The annual Stand Down will be held on Friday, December 12, 2008 and Saturday, December 13, 2008 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the C.R. Layton Army Reserve Center, 1125 NE 8th Ave., Gainesville, FL 32601.
“Stand Down” is a term initiated in the military for the soldiers on the front lines to return to the rear for personal care and relaxation.
Service providers wanting to participate as well as individual volunteers may contact Mary Jane Deedrick at Alachua County Veteran Services Office at (352) 264-6740.

 

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Florida Friendly Landscapes Class & Tour

Gainesville, Alachua County, FL has made the 20 Best Places to Retire list published annually by Black Enterprise Magazine, which recently released this information:

“Black Enterprise Magazine would like to congratulate you and your city for being selected as one of the 20 Best Places to Retire. Our October 2008 issue is our Annual Retirement Guide and will feature the 20 Best Places to Retire. ... You can find the article on pages 110-118. ... The issue will hit newsstands on Tuesday September 23, 2008. Thank you and congratulations!”

Click here to view the article.

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What Every Voter Needs To Know for the November 4, 2008 – General Election

• To be eligible to vote in the November 4th General Election, you must have been registered to vote by October 6, 2008. (Florida law requires that you be registered 29 days prior to an election).
• Voters in Alachua County vote on paper ballots using optical scan voting equipment.
One audio enhanced, accessible touch screen voting machine will be available in each polling place and early voting site. This additional piece of equipment provides the opportunity for voters with low vision, voters who are blind, or otherwise unable to cast a paper ballot without assistance to vote independently. The voter is able to listen to the ballot and vote using a keypad or by touching the screen.
• Any voter may request an absentee ballot and vote by mail. Requests can be made online at VoteAlachua.com, in person, by mail, by fax, or by calling the Supervisor of Elections office at (352) 374-5252. Your request must be received no later than 5 PM on October 29th.
• A voter may designate in writing another person to pick up an absentee ballot not earlier than five days (October 30th) prior to the Election Day. The designee must have a note signed by the voter, a picture identification of the designee and must complete an affidavit. The affidavit is available for download at VoteAlachua.com. The designee may not pick up more than two absentee ballots per election, not including the designee’s own ballot and ballots for members of his or her immediate family.
• The Supervisor of Elections Office must receive all absentee ballots by 7 p.m. on November 4.
• The Supervisor of Elections must receive signature updates for use in verifying absentee and provisional ballots no later than 9:30 a.m. on October 29, 2008, which is the start of the canvassing of absentee ballots by the canvassing board.
• Election Day in-office absentee voting is available for voters who may have emergencies that will not allow them to go to their polling place to vote.
• Voters must present photo and signature ID at the polls or early voting site or they must vote a provisional ballot. Voters may use two forms of identification to meet this requirement.

ACCEPTABLE IDENTIFICATIONS FOR VOTING AT THE POLLS
- Florida driver’s license
- Florida identification card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
- United States passport
- Debit or credit card
- Military identification
- Student identification
- Retirement center identification
- Neighborhood association identification
- Public assistance identification

• Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
• Voters can bring their marked sample ballot to the polls with them to shorten the time it takes to cast their ballot.
• Voters in line at 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote no matter how long it takes.
• Florida law requires that you vote in the precinct of your residence and it’s illegal to vote in a precinct where you no longer live. If a voter has moved and has not updated their address with the Elections Office, the Precinct Clerk will determine where the voter should vote and give them the address for their new polling location.
• If a voter is registered in another county in the state and has moved to Alachua County, the voter will be required to register their change of address on a voter registration application before being allowed to vote in their new precinct of residence.
• Before casting your ballot, be sure your ballot reflects your choices. If you make a mistake, ask the poll worker for another ballot. Once your vote is cast, you cannot receive another ballot for this election.
• No solicitation is permitted within 100 feet of the entrance to the polling place or early voting site.
• Photography is not allowed in the polling place and early voting sites.
• Approved poll watchers are allowed in each polling place and early voting site to watch and observe.
Please visit our website at VoteAlachua.com to locate your precinct/polling place, listen to or view your sample ballot, or download a voter registration application.

Only Two Days Left to Early Vote
Voters still have time to avoid the long lines on Election Day and vote early. Early Voting will be available only on Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following locations:
Early voting is available at the following locations:
 Tower Road Branch Library
3020 SW 75th Street, Gainesville

 Millhopper Road Branch Library
3145 NW 43rd Street, Gainesville
 
County Administration Building
12 SE 1st Street, Gainesville

If you have additional questions, or need more information, please call the Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 374-5252.


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What’s on Alachua County Talks?

Click to watch Alachua County Advisory Board Coordinator Mary Lowry describe how interested citizens can take part in creating recommendations for the County Commission.

Check out the latest editions of Alachua County Talks on Community 12 TV by viewing the Channel 12 Show Schedule. Or click on the images to the right to view streaming video of the episodes.

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aintain and improve the health and safety of all citizens and visitors.

 

Flu Shots On Election Day

The Alachua County Health Department, in cooperation with the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections, is offering flu shots at three voting precincts on November 4, 2008. 
 “Getting a flu shot is an important step in preventing influenza infection.” stated Paul Myers, Assistant Director of the Alachua County Health Department.  “Flu shots can prevent disease, minimize the severity of illness, and help protect your family, friends and coworkers.  We encourage citizens at these polling places to vote and then get their shot.”
 Flu shots will be offered at the following voting sites from 9 a.m. to 12 p m.:

TB McPherson Recreation Center
1717 SE 15th Street, Gainesville, Florida

Greater Bethel AME Church
701 SE 43rd Street, Gainesville, Florida
 
Turkey Creek Golf & Country Club
11400 Turkey Creek Blvd., Alachua, Florida
 
The cost for a Flu shot is $20.  For those with Medicare B, the Health Department will file for reimbursement as long as they receive a copy of their Medicare B card and any supplemental health insurance they may have and a photo ID.
 To expedite your visit, the Health Department has added a Vaccine Administration Consent Form, the HIPPA information, as well as the Vaccine Information Statement on the inactivated flu vaccine to their web site.  You can reach the site by logging on to:  www.doh.state.fl.us/chdalachua/ .

 For more information, contact Alachua County Health Dept. Assistant Director  Paul Myers at 352- 334-8892 or Paul_Myers@doh.state.fl.us
 The goal of the Alachua County Health Department is to promote, protect, maintain and improve the health and safety of all citizens and visitors.

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Commission Meeting Highlights

Announcements

Announcements - Mark Sexton, Communications Coordinator
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: N/A
Time Certain Items
Public Comments (9:30 AM)

AM Public Comments (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Hear Public Comments

Community Outreach
Recognitions, Proclamations and Presentations

Presentation of Retirement Plaque to James Smith, Court Services, for over Twenty Five Years of Service to the Citizens of Alachua County. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Present a retirement plaque to James Smith, Court Services for 25 Years of service.
Proclamation: "Epilepsy Awareness Month" in Alachua County, Florida. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Present a Proclamation declaring November as "Epilepsy Awareness Month" in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: Epilepsy awareness month 2008.pdf
Proclamation: "Farm-City Week" in Alachua County, Florida. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Present a proclamation declaring November 18-27, 2008 as "Farm-City Week" in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: Farm City Week 08.pdf
Proclamation: "Weatherization Day" in Alachua County, Florida. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Present a proclamation declaring Thursday, October 30, 2008 as "Weatherization Day" in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: Weatherization Day 2008.pdf
Proclamation: "Pastor Samuel and First Lady Margaret Jones Day" in Alachua County, Florida. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Present a proclamation declaring Sunday, October 19, 2008 as "Pastor Samuel and First Lady Margaret Jones Day" in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: Pastor Samuel and First Lady Margaret Jones.pdf
Appointments to Advisory Boards and Committees

Board of Adjustment appointment (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Appoint one member to a citizen-at-large position, term ending October 2012.
Attachment: KirkpatrickJ.pdf
Attachment: Saltman A 2_27 app.pdf
Attachment: BOA Attendance New.pdf
Attachment: BOA Tally Sheet.pdf
Attachment: BOA Roster New.pdf
Attachment: MerrillKpdf.pdf
Attachment: FlinnJ.pdf
Fair Housing/Human Rights Advisory Board appointments (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Appoint one to the citizen-at-large position, one to the Attorney position, one to the Lending Institution Representative position, and one to the Alternate position. All terms end June 2011.
Attachment: Saltman A.pdf
Attachment: FHHR Tally Sheet.pdf
Attachment: FHHR Roster.pdf
Attachment: AyersS.pdf
Attachment: JohnsonJ.pdf
Attachment: MonroeM.pdf
Attachment: RajV.pdf
Attachment: FHHR Attendance New.pdf
Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee appointments
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Appoint three citizens to the Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee.
Attachment: ROSCO Tally Sheet.pdf
Attachment: BlumenthalHaddlinfo.pdf
Attachment: McDildaA.pdf
Attachment: ROSCO Member Roster.pdf
Attachment: ROSCO Attendance.pdf
Attachment: BlumenthalH.pdf
Attachment: CuringtonJ.pdf

Governmental Units
County Manager

Advanced Nutrition Foods participation in QTI program. (Amended)
Amount: $135,000.00
Recommended Action: Approve the Resolution supporting Advanced Nutrition Foods' participation in the QTI Program and authorize the Chair's signature.
Attachment: AFN GPO.pdf
Attachment: AFN QTI.pdf
Attachment: AFN Project Evaluation Matrix.pdf
Attachment: AFN Targeted Industry resolution.pdf
County Attorney's and County Manager's Annual Performance Reviews (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Arrive at a final score for the County Attorney's and County manager's annual performance reviews.
Resolution approving Alachua County's Vehicle Use and Take-Home Vehicle Policies. (Amended)
Amount: 0.00
Recommended Action: Approve the attached resolution and policies, effective October 28, 2008. This revision would allow the Fleet Manager to implement the new process immediately to eliminate the need for an annual review under the old process.
Attachment: Alachua County Vehicle Use Policy.pdf
Attachment: Resolution.pdf
Attachment: Take Home Vehicle Policy.pdf
Community Planning Group

Jonesville Park Tennis Donations Resolution and Budget Amendment (Amended)
Amount: $315,000.00
Recommended Action: Accept the Jonesville Park Tennis donations and Approve the resolution and budget amendment.
Attachment: Jonesville Park Resolution.pdf
Attachment: Jonesville Park Budget Amendment.pdf
Enterprise Rent A Car Co., Inc. Damage Recovery Unit request for participation in the Qualified Targeted Industry (QTI) Program. (Amended)
Amount: $105,000.00
Recommended Action: Approve the Resolution supporting Damage Recovery Unit Enterprise Rent A Car Co., Inc. participation in the QTI Program and authorize the Chair's signature.
Attachment: QTIAttachment_DamageRecoveryUnit_Enterprise_Oct21.pdf
Attachment: GeneralProjectOverview_DamageRecoveryUnit_Enterprise_Oct21.pdf
Attachment: Enterprise QTI resolution.pdf
Attachment: Enterprise Project Evaluation Matrix.pdf
Nature Preserve: Agreement for Site Work Construction of Cynthia Moore Chestnut Park and Clark Butler Nature Preserve (S. E. 35th Street Park) (Amended)
Amount: $615,000.00
Recommended Action: Approve the agreement for the site work construction of Cynthia Moore Chestnut Park and Clark Butler Nature Preserve, S. E. 35th Street Park
Attachment: W G Johnson SE 35th St park Final.pdf
Community Services Group

Funding recommendation for the Underserved portion of the Community Agency Parntership Program (CAPP) (Amended)
Amount: $233,233.00
Recommended Action: Approve the funding recommendation for the underserved portion of the Community Agenct Partnership program, created by CEFAB on October 2, 2008.
Attachment: CEFAB recommendation.pdf
Attachment: CEFAB funding recommendation spreadsheet.pdf
Attachment: CEFAB Alternative recommendation spreadsheet.pdf
County Manager Reports

County Manager's Report
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Hear County Manager's Report
Commission Comments

Commission Comments
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Hear Commission Comments

Evening Community Outreach
Proclamations, Recognitions and Presentations

Award Presentation: 1000 Friends of Florida (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Hear award presentation by 1000 Friends of Florida
Proclamation: "Friendship Month" in Alachua County, Florida. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: The Alachua County Board of County Commissioners present a proclamation declaring November as "Friendship Month" in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: Friendship Month 2008.pdf
Public Comments - 30 minutes, then resume Public Hearing (5:30 PM)

PM Public Comments (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Hear Public Comments

Public Hearings
Regular Matters

Public Hearing: CHOICES Ordinance (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Public Hearing to approve an Ordinance to amend the County Code which would allow for the expansion of the scope of health care services to CHOICES Enrollees
Attachment: CHOICESamend82008.pdf
Public Hearing to amend the FY 09 budget for carryforwards, re-appropriations and other fund balance adjustments (Amended)
Amount: Various
Recommended Action: conduct public hearing, adopt resolutions and approve budget amendments to amend FY 09 budget for carry-forward , re-appropriations and other fund balance adjustments
Legislative items

Public School Concurrency Amendments to Unified Land Development Code: Hearing to consider amendments to the Concurrency Management regulations and other sections of the Unified Land Development Code(Amended) (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: 1. Convene as the Land Development Regulation Commission and find the proposed ordinance consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. Adopt the ordinance amending the Alachua County Concurrency Management regulations and other sections of the Unified Land Development Code.
Attachment: Art12SchConc.pdf
Attachment: FinalSCOrd.pdf
Attachment: SCslideshow.pdf
Attachment: SCSlideshow.ppt

Quasi-Judicial/Zoning Items
New Business

ZOM-13-08 A Minor Amendment to extend the phasing schedule for Phase 2 of the existing South Pointe Planned Development, located on approximately 110 acres at the 11800 block of Newberry Road. (Amended)
Amount: N/A
Recommended Action: Approve ZOM-13-08 proposed minor amendment that would extend the end date of Phase 2 for South Pointe Planned Development.with the conditions and bases as listed in the Staff Report.
Attachment: Resm1308.pdf
Attachment: ZOM1308.pdf
Attachment: ZOM1308 Powerpoint.pdf
Attachment: ZOM1308 Revised ZMP.pdf
Attachment: ZOM1308.ppt
Attachment: ZOM1308 Application.pdf
Attachment: ZOM1308 Resolution Exhibit A.pdf
 

 

Advisory Board Appointments

Ms. Jennifer Flinn was appointed to the Board of Adjustments as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending October 31, 2012.
Ms. Jessica Johnson was appointed to the Fair Housing/Human Rights Board as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending June 30, 2011.
Ms. Shirley Ayers was appointed to the Fair Housing/Human Rights Board as an Attorney to a term ending June 30, 2011.

Mr. Marcus Monroe was appointed to the Fair Housing/Human Rights Board as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending June 30, 2011.

Mr. Vinay Raj was appointed to the Fair Housing/Human Rights Board as a Lending Institution Representative to a term ending June 30, 2011.

Mr. Alton McDilda was appointed to the Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending September 2009, then September 30, 2011.

Mr. James Curington was appointed to the Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending February 2009, then February 2011.

Ms. Holly Blumenthal was appointed to the Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee as a Citizen-at-large to a term ending February 2009, then February 2011.


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Alachua County Advisory Boards

The Alachua County Commission is committed to citizen involvement on its advisory boards and is soliciting applications for the following vacancies:

Get Involved - Click here for an application: http://www.alachuacounty.us/government/bocc/advisoryboard.aspx

Applications are also available at the County Manager’s Office on the Second Floor of the County Administration Building, 12 SE 1st St., Gainesville. For more information, call (352) 264-6904.

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