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St. Petersburg neighborhood association meetings and events

Neighborhood association calendar
AssociationTimeEvent/agendaLocationInformation
Council of Neighborhood Associations7 p.m. todayMonthly meeting, open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.Sunshine Center,

330 Fifth St. N, St. Petersburg
conastpete.org
Lakewood

Terrace
7 p.m. ThursdayDiscussion of illegal parking, speed bumps and CarefestEnoch Davis Center, 1111 18th Ave. S
Caya Costa6:30 p.m. MondayDiscussion on neighborhood parking and landscape committeeRampart Properties, 9887 Fourth St. N, Suite 301 (conference room)mgwinland@aol.com
Historic

Old Northeast
7 p.m. MondayNew resident reception, come meet new neighborsOld Northeast Tavern, 718 Second St. Nhonna.org
Greater

Pinellas Point
7 p.m. TuesdayMeet new directors and officers; invited guests include Mayor Bill Foster, community police officer, city codes representative, City Council members. Please bring food item donation for the St. Petersburg Free Clinic.Blessed Trinity Catholic Church parish hall, 1600 54th Ave. Sgreater

pinellaspoint.com
Euclid Heights7 p.m. TuesdayRegular meetingRoberts Center (game room), 1245 50th Ave. Neuclid

heights.org
Meadowlawn7 p.m. TuesdayCommunity reports plus guest speakers: Darden Rice, president of the League of Women Voters will talk and be available for voter registration and updates; Dwight Dudley, candidate for Florida House District 68.Hope Lutheran Church, 1801 62nd Ave. N. meadow

lawnna.org

Neighborhood calendar is compiled by Times correspondent Lorrie Lykins and publishes Wednesdays. Email events to neighborhoodcal@gmail.com or send to: Lorrie Lykins, P.O. Box 4954, Seminole, FL 33775. Deadline: 5 p.m. Friday.

St. Petersburg neighborhood association meetings and events 09/18/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 4:42pm]
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