FPL was highlight of October LSCG Meeting

The main part of the October meeting was given over to a very useful presentation by two representatives from FPL, covering energy saving tips (also here) home energy surveys, and rebates for certain improvements.

Did you know, for example, that it's possible to get a rebate of up to $1,100 from FPL towards your home's next AC system?

To schedule a home energy survey, call 1-800-DIAL-FPL. (1-800-342-5375)

In other business:

The Treasury's current total is: $1262.19

Citizens patrol:

Sheriff's crime report covered only 4 incidents - three thefts, 1 burglary
  • Times: 10 am - 8 pm
  • No juvenile disturbances
  • No vandalism reported
  • Ted reminds us to keep an eye on vacant houses.
To learn more about Citizen's Patrol, call Ted (379-0758) or email him at TCover6161@aol.com

One person asked about who to call to get certain streets repaved. It was suggested they go down the street and tell everyone to call the county and bug them until the work is done.

Santa will appear on a fire truck on Sunday, Dec. 20, time to be announced.

Keep an eye on your cat - apparently someone recently found a cat that had been clubbed to death.

Three homes received Yard of the Month and will be hearing from Renee.

On Wed., Oct. 21 4:30, there will be a meeting of Friends of the Park, at Rothenberg Park.

Planning needs to get underway for the next big Community festival, which will probably be set for either March 27 or April 3 for OctoberFest. Contact Sandy

The next Garage Sale will take place on Nov. 7. There will be maps, and it will be advertised. Contact Sandy (sallen11@comcast.net) to get on the map!

Our next scheduled meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7 pm. At that meeting, the Fire Department will be discussing a program they have where they go into your home and replace the batteries in your smoke detector, or your smoke detector itself for free. You will need to be at the meeting to sign up for the free batteries or the free smoke detector.


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