Showing posts from May, 2006

Neighborhood Activist to Speak

An email from Jane Grogg to Lake Sarasota residents:

Dear Lake Sarasota Residents & Property Owners,

Hopefully you've already seen one of the many announcements about next week's presentation by John McKnight, an expert on neighborhood association building. I am hoping you might attend and help encourage others in Lake Sarasota to attend one of his two sessions to both learn about his experiences and to discuss how your neighborhoods might advance to a greater level of association development.

McKnight often talks about the significance of counting on what talents you have within your neighborhood to make a difference, much like what you're creating in Lake Sarasota. His messages are inspirational and real examples of what can be done to accomplish great things in neighborhoods. I highly encourage Lake Sarasota citizens and other neighborhood representatives to attend, as these principles are the foundation to building great neighborhoods.

Please select from one of the two…

Traffic calming discussed

At this evening's meeting, traffic calming measures were discussed along with other issues. A flyer seeking neighborhood input on a range of issues will be mailed out to every home in Lake Sarasota.

Next Tuesday, May 30, the Beautification Committee will meet at the Pavilion in the park at 6:30 p.m. to talk about the entryway signage. Anyone interested is welcome.The next general meeting for the neighborhood will be held in two weeks, on Tuesday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m.

Welcome to the Lake Sarasota Blog

This blog is for the use of the neighborhood of Lake Sarasota, in Sarasota, Florida. Two brief announcements about upcoming events:

On Saturday, May 20, there will be a neighborhood clean-up, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Dumpsters will be set up at the Dog Park and behind the fire station, and Habitat for Humanity will be on hand to collect furniture and home improvement items that can be resold.On Tuesday, May 23, there will be a neighborhood meeting at Lakeview Park at 6:30 p.m. to follow up on the last meeting's discussion of traffic calming.