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on the beautiful St Johns river - ST JOHNS, FLORIDA
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Bayside is in the process of changing banks from Regions to BB&T. This change will allow for a great variety of options to members when paying our monthly dues. As we have not yet been assigned an account number you are requested to not send your monthly dues to the old P.O. Box which will be closed on November 1.
If you have already mailed or processed your payment, it may be received before the P. O. Box is closed. If your check comes back to you, please leave it at the guardhouse for the treasurer. If you have not yet mailed your dues payment please also leave it at the guardhouse. Further information will follow regarding the new mailing system.
THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE FOR HEALTH SCIENCES TRISH KING ALUMNI AWARD WILL BE AWARDED TO DR. JON EDENFIELD OTD, OTR/L as part of the celebration of the University of St. Augustine's twenty year anniversary of its Occupational Therapy program.
Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017. The awards ceremony will kick off at 7:30 p.m. in Carlsbad, CA.
This award celebrates our outstanding graduates for their commitment to professional development and achievement in the advancement of clinical practice.
Livestream: We will be livestreaming the event. Please feel free to share the login information with any family or friends who wish to watch the ceremony live! We will also be recording the ceremony and will share the playback with you following the event to share with anyone is unable to watch the livestream. Livestream URL: https://zoom.us/j/833409599
FYI, The following letter was received in response to my dogged efforts to expedite the post-Irma debris removal. Turns out, since we are a gated community with private roads we needed to file a “Right to Access” form with St Johns County before the clean-up crew, who is in Florida from Pennsylvania, can be authorized to clear our streets. I filed the document on Sept. 20 as soon as I was made aware of its necessity.
Good morning, Daria!
Due to the volume of storm-related debris in St. Johns County, we do not have an exact schedule to provide to residents. However, there are trucks operating in your zone and collecting storm debris as fast as possible in a safe and efficient manner. Also, they are working 7 days a week and will continue servicing your area until the clean-up is complete.
Furthermore, I have included information pertaining the St. Johns County Post-Hurricane Irma Residential and Debris Collection Program. This information was distributed for a press release through our communications department.
St. Johns County Hurricane Irma Debris Collection Program:
St. Johns County initiated the Hurricane Irma Debris Collection Program on Friday, September 15. Residents are encouraged to move all storm debris to the curb as crews will collect debris from the public right-of-way. The contractor will make multiple passes through various neighborhoods to ensure all storm-related debris is collected.
The following guidelines will assist the County in expediting debris removal:
* Please place storm debris in the right of way at the curb
* Debris must be three feet from utility boxes, mailboxes, hydrants, and other obstacles.
* Debris collection crews will not pick up bags, containers, leaves, or small debris.
* Please separate vegetation from all other storm-related debris.
* Bagged vegetative debris (leaves) will be picked up on regularly scheduled collection days.
No chemicals or hazardous waste will be collected curbside. Hazardous waste may be disposed of at the Tillman Ridge or Stratton Road Transfer Stations for disposal during standard operating hours. For more information regarding the Hurricane Irma Debris Removal program, please call 904.827.6980 or visit www.recyclestjohns.com.
Our residential service providers, Republic Services and Advanced Disposal are collecting all bagged & containerized debris on scheduled service days.
Normal yard debris includes the following:
* Grass clippings and leaves placed in cans no larger than 32 gallons, or sealed in plastic bags no more than 50lbs.
* Small vegetative debris, twigs, and branches.
* Do not place near storm-related debris.
Please continue to follow your normal garbage, recycling, and yard debris schedule and guidelines.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Ashley G Mickler, Supervisor
St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners
Solid Waste Division
3005 Allen Nease Rd. Elkton, FL 32033
Tel: (904) 827-6980 | Ext: 6988
Fax (904) 827-6981
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: www.recyclestjohns.com