Saturday, January 3, 2015
Dear Neighbors and Fellow Property Owners: I am contacting you on behalf of Palma Ceia Pines Neighborhood Association Parking Committee. We have an important meeting coming up on Thursday, January 8 that will determine if we can advance in our request for residential permit parking.
You should have received the notice* (see orange card in previous Facebook post). City of Tampa provides link www.tampagov.net/parking/palma-ceia-pines-community-residential-parking-meeting-2 for you to view two distinct areas that are under consideration. No other streets or blocks are included at this time but may be added at a later date by majority consent of affected property owners. Parking committee requested postponement of vote on Thursday, January 8. Recent Transportation Study and its resulting proposal raised too many questions. Staff members in Code Enforcement, Land Development Coordination, Transportation and Zoning will now join panel on January 8. Tampa City Council members and their legislative aides have also been invited.
It is important to note that our intention is to increase availability of street parking for residents and their guests, as well as minimize nuisances and inconveniences caused by non-residents making their way to vehicles parked in our neighborhoods late at night. Neither proposed residential program nor status quo is reasonable, which is why city officials want to continue discussion.
In closing, we ask that you take the time to carefully review all of this information and make every effort to attend on January 8. Thank you, Sandra Guggino President Palma Ceia Pines Neighborhood Association
*Contact if you did not receive notice: Miray Ross Holmes, Manager City of Tampa Department of Neighborhood Empowerment Community Partnerships & Neighborhood Engagement Division Division Phone: 813.274.7835 Direct Phone: 813.274.7574 Direct Email: email@example.com
Friday, January 2, 2015
Meeting location: Kate Jackson Community Center located at 821 South Rome Avenue in Tampa
The meeting is open to all residents, renters, property owners and local businesses within the Palma Ceia Pines Community.
To cast your vote, you will be required to bring the orange mailer (see image below) to the meeting and check the box "yes" or "no" to vote for or against the proposed residential parking program.
In addition to filling out your mailer voting choice, you will be required to show proof of residency with the Palma Ceia Pines neighborhood (valid driver's license or current utility bill accepted).
The proposed residential parking program is available for viewing here.
Questions? Please contact Jim Corbett, Parking Division Manager @ 813.274.8482.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Friday, June 13, 2014
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday – July 9, 2014
6:00 – 8:00PM
Unity of Tampa Fellowship Hall
3302 W. Horatio Street – Tampa, FL
Nathan Beauregard, Project Manager for David Weekley Homes, will present site plan for 3221-3223 W. Horatio Street/410 S. Lincoln Avenue. As previously communicated, this is a townhouse development of 10, three-story units with two-car garages. No guest parking onsite.
All affected homeowners, residents and neighborhood stakeholders are encouraged to attend and provide input on July 9.
Project goes before Tampa City Council on Thursday, September 11; time to be determined. It is important we communicate concerns to Mr. Beauregard well in advance of the public hearing.