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  1. Council to review Strategic Plan recommendations April 19

    The Village Council will hold a Special Meeting Monday, April 19 at 6 p.m. in Village Hall to review Strategic Plan recommendations from a consultant. Click here for details about virtual attendance...
  2. Summary of April 8th Council actions

    At their April 8th meeting, the Council approved dimensional exceptions for two qualified RVs and gave preliminary approval to creating an ordinance that would allow golf carts to legally drive on Village streets. See the full summary of the April 8th meeting...
  3. Take our bridge design survey for Prosperity Farms Road bridge

    It's easy to miss the Earman River while on Prosperity Farms Road. Plans are being developed to make it a more attractive amenity, so we are surveying residents about design ideas. Please take our brief survey and help us plan the bridge's future look. Read more about our bridge survey
  4. COVID vaccine updates and info as of April 6

    All Floridians 18 and older are now eligible for vaccination. People 16 and 17 are eligible for Pfizer vaccine only. A parent must be present at the time of vaccination. See the latest vaccine updates ...
  5. Repaving in the U.S. 1 westside alley begins March 22

    UPDATE: March 30 Work begins Monday, April 5 on the U.S. 1 westside alley for repaving. It will be closed to southbound traffic from Lighthouse to Anchorage Drive North, but northbound movement in the alley will remain open temporarily. Visit our project update page...
  6. Volunteer to Serve on a Village Board!

    Interested in making a difference? Volunteer to serve on a Village board. Read on...
  7. AARP Foundation offering tax form assistance at Library

    The AARP Foundation is offering free income tax preparation assistance to the public again this year. Read more...
  8. Water Management District work planned on Earman River

    The South Florida Water Management District is making improvements to the stormwater drainage system along the Earman River, from alternate A1A to the Intracoastal Waterway. Read more...
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