City of Miami Beach


Neighborhood Associations:

Association Name:Homeowners Association of Allison, Inc.
Area:

Allison Island north of 63rd Street

Contact: Jonathan D. Beloff

305-673-1101 (Office);
305-861-6525 (Home);
305-799-1102 (Cell)

jdb@southbeachlaw.com

Membership Requirements:Voluntary
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:As needed
Mission of Association:

Safe street; beautification; security

Summary of Accomplishments:

(a) Created Special Taxing District for Guard House

(b) Created Special Assessment District for underground utilities (we were the only homeowner’s to group to accomplish this)

(c) Beautification and lighting of median island

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Association Name:Alton Road
Area: from 20th to 63rd Streets
Contact: Dr. Carol Hoffman-Guzman

Phone: 305-613-2325
altonrdhomeassoc@bellsouth.net

Membership Requirements: Living or owning a home within the boundaries, and paying $25/year or $40/2-year membership
Meeting Schedule/Calendar: 2 public meetings, Board meetings bimonthly - specific dates TBA
Mission of Association:

The involvement of our members in our community welfare and the furtherance of the good, safety and welfare of our neighborhood and community. The beautification of our area, the development and maintenance of our feeling of neighborhood, the enforcement of an appropriate minimum housing code and standards, and the prevention of code violations in our residential area, to enhance the livability of our neighborhood. The establishment and maintenance of safe traffic conditions.

Summary of Accomplishments:

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Association Name: Bayshore Home Owners Association
Area: Bayshore - 40th Street, Pine Tree Drive, Dade Boulevard, Alton Road
Contact: Jorge Exposito

PO Box 403221
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Phone: 305-674-8674
jorge.exposito@ge.com
On the web at:
www.bayshorehomeowners.org

Membership Requirements: Resident of the Bayshore neighborhood
Meeting Schedule/Calendar: 2nd Thursday of every other month. See web page for details.
Mission of Association:

The Bayshore Homeowners Association (BHA) represents all residents of the Bayshore neighborhood between Alton Road, Pine Tree Drive, Dade Boulevard, and 40th Street. The neighborhood surrounds The Bayshore and The Bayshore Par 3 golf courses. The purpose of BHA is to preserve and improve the single-family character of this neighborhood as well as to enhance the environment.

Summary of Accomplishments:

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Association Name:Belle Isle Residents Association
Area: Belle Isle, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Contact: Herb Frank, President of the Board

board@belle-isle-residents.org

Membership Requirements: Resident of Belle Isle
Meeting Schedule/Calendar: Board meets approximately 6 times per year. General Membership Meetings are called as needed at a minimum of once a year.
Mission of Association:

The Belle Isle Residents Association is a voice for residents interested in preserving and improving the quality of life on Belle Isle. The Association is concerned with safety, security, traffic control, ease of parking, noise control, park beautification, cleanliness, open spaces, planning, development, licensing, permitting, and all issues that may affect the residents and their quality of life on Belle Isle.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Established in December, 2004. Residents Voted for a Board of Directors and adopted By Laws. Association provides residents with a forum for airing concerns while fostering a sense of community.

Worked with the City of Miami Beach to develop and implement a Residential Parking Program.

Established an information and communication web site:
http://www.belle-isle-residents.org/

Association has established communication with the City of Miami Beach CIP Department regarding Renovation of Belle Isle Park, sidewalks, streets and pumping station, Public Works Department regarding renovation of Collins Canal and Miami Dade Public Works Dept. regarding traffic and safety issues.

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Association Name: Biscayne Point
Area:
Contact: Dr. Steven Magilin

smagilin@bellsouth.net

Membership Requirements:
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:
Mission of Association:

Summary of Accomplishments:

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Association Name:Collins Park Neighborhood Association (CPNA)
Area: South-17th Street, West-Washington/Pinetree Drive, North- 25th Street and East-the Ocean
Contact: Ray Breslin, President

305 772-5665
Bresaro@aol.com
www.collinspark.us

Membership Requirements:Open to all who live, own property or operate businesses within the boundaries.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Meeting are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Location varies and is published 2 weeks prior to meeting. There are no scheduled meetings in August or December.
Mission of Association:

CPNA is dedicated to developing, enhancing and improving the residential, commercial, and cultural qualities that make our neighborhood of Miami Beach both historically important and richly vibrant.

We are specifically focused on enhancing our sense of community, our pedestrian and non motorized vehicle friendliness, our individual and community safety, our diversity, and sense of grass roots participation by residents, business owners, and workers so that present and future generations may enjoy this special place.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Participated in the process to have the area included in GO Bond funded projects.

First year: Conceptualization and creation of Collins Park Neighborhood Association

Second year: Dealt with and amicably resolved conflicts within the neighborhood

Third year: Developed the Charter, Website, and communication line with neighbors, businesses, City Government and cultural organizations in Collins Park.

Fourth year: Expansion of members and board gaining the City's attention regarding development of business infrastructure and the unique characteristics of the neighborhood.

Fifth year: 2006 - Please come and join us! Let's make history together.

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Association Name:Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association
Area: The Flamingo Park Neighborhood -- bounded on the north by Lincoln Road, on the south by Fifth Street, on the east by Washington Avenue and on the West by Alton Road – surrounds Flamingo Park.
Contact: Denis Russ, Community Development Director
Miami Beach CDC

305-538-0090
denis@miamibeachcdc.org

Membership Requirements: All residents of the area are invited to attend and participate.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:

In 2005: the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
At The Seymour – 945 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Mission of Association:

The Flamingo Park Neighborhood Committee provides information to community residents and develops consensus and collaboration on Quality of Life, City Projects and Initiatives, Planning and Zoning Matters and other issues of interest to the South Beach historic, urban, residential neighborhood.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Agenda:

Quality of Life Issues: Assure the peaceful residential character of the neighborhood through continued attention to crime and safety, traffic and parking, refuse and animal waste, commercial intrusion and control of horns, alarms and other inappropriate noise.

Adequate Circulation: Implement improvements in traffic calming and vehicle flow; continue to develop local transit alternatives, bicycle routes and safer pedestrian passages; and ease commercial crossings and access to the beach and bay.

Flamingo Park: Maintain and sustain the park as an important recreational amenity for residents of the neighborhood, the City and the region by maintaining green space, planting shade trees, and assuring adequate maintenance and programming.

Planning and Zoning: Support public works projects and capital improvement projects with the aim of providing more modern infrastructure and amenities. Monitor neighborhood and comprehensive plans, deliberations of the Planning Board, Historic Preservation Board, Design Review Board and the City Commission.

Matters Requiring Attention:

  • Down zoning within Flamingo and zoning corrections adjacent to Flamingo.
  • Traffic Flow Analysis for Sixteenth Street
  • Way Finding Signage Program
  • Hurricane Preparedness; Code Enforcement; Forced Evacuations
  • Capital Improvement Program and G. O. Bond Improvement Program
  • E-mail Contact Information and Linkage to City Information Outreach Program
  • Educational Campaign for Responsible Pet Ownership: “Scoop the Poop

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Association Name:Flamingo Park West Neighborhood Association
Area: Michigan Ave., Lenox Ave. and East side of Alton Rd. from 12th to 15th St.
Contact: Sam Carson, President
305 673 8514

SCarson652@aol.com

Membership Requirements:Home owner or business renter within the boundaries of the association
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Not formally set
Mission of Association:

To deal with all problems involved in this neighborhood including traffic, security, preservation of historic district, beautification, etc

Summary of Accomplishments:

Worked with the City of Miami Beach to establish parking area # 3 and to improve conditions in and around Flamingo Park to improve the quality of life for the residents of the area.

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Association Name:La Gorce Island Association, Inc.
Area: LA GORCE ISLAND: Plat Book 34, Page 83 of the public records of Miami-Dade County
Contact: ESTHER EGOZI CHOUKROUN, PRESIDENT; LYNNE ROGERS, SECRETARY
305-866-2116

EEGOZI@PIXATIS.COM

Membership Requirements:Ownership of real property on La Gorce Island
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Annual Membership Meetings (Feb or Mar); Quarterly Board Meetings
Mission of Association:

Among other things, providing such services to the real property on La Gorce Island as the Association may from time to time determine to be reasonable and to present a united effort of the members in advancing the civic welfare of Miami Beach and particularly in protecting the value of the property of the members of the Association.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Preserving the beauty and unique character of La Gorce Island

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Association Name:La Gorce Pine Tree Homeowners Association
Area: 51st Street North to Alton Road (63rd Street). All homes on La Gorce Drive, Pine Tree Drive including the side streets.
Contact:

Rosemary Hoffman Hansford, President RosemaryHansford@aol.com
305-868-9200-Office
305-864-9200-Home

 Donna Bloom, Vice President
DonnaBloom11@aol.com
305-398-7888-Office
305-992-3983-Cell

Frederick C. Sake, Esq. - Vice President - 305-673-3700

Debbie Miller, Treasurer - 305-529-2149-Office, 305-864-5607-Home

Beverly Heller, Secretary - 305-864-1539-Home

Bruce S. Reich, Esq., Immediate Past President BRUCEREICHFL@aol.com ,786-326-4404-Cell ,305-538-2344-Office

Board of Directors:

  • Laura Apte
  • Jerry Cody
  • Roberto Datorre
  • Carolyn Gilleland
  • Glenn Hall
  • Gladys Hernando
  • David Lishness
  • Tony Ransola
  • Vic Ruggerio
  • Paula Turk
  • Stephen Van Blommestein
Membership Requirements:Membership is open to all persons over the age of 18 who own or have a life estate in residential property within the boundaries of the association.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:The Board of Director Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month. Meetings are held in various members homes. The annual Meeting (Dinner) Election of Officers takes place on the fourth Wednesday in May. The annual Halloween Walk/Party takes place on the Sunday before Halloween. The December Meeting is a Holiday Dinner Celebration. There is no meeting in August.
Mission of Association:

The involvement of our members in our community welfare, the preservation of the integrity of our single-family area, the beautification of our area, the development and maintenance of our feeling of neighborhood, the furtherance of neighborhood issues, the establishment and maintenance of safe traffic conditions, the fostering of a safe and comfortable neighborhood, the creation and maintenance of a Community Crime Watch, the enforcement of an appropriate minimum housing code and standards, the prevention of code violations in our residential area, to enhance the livability of our neighborhood, to provide an open process whereby all members of our neighborhood can communicate with each other and where they may involve themselves in the affairs of the neighborhood, to assist in the development of projects, undertakings and other activities in cooperation and coordination with appropriate City of Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County and State of Florida officials and groups for the furtherance of the good, safety and welfare of our neighborhood and community.

Summary of Accomplishments:

1. Have repeatedly represented the neighborhood, before the City Commission, voicing our opinion/opposition to builder over development and other quality of life issues. i.e.: View corridors, toxic dumps etc, etc.

2. Worked with the City and County to build and landscape traffic calming islands.

3. Organize and sponsor annual Halloween Walk and Gala Party to provide a safe and fun environment for our neighborhood children and their families.

4. Have hosted and supported candidate forums.

5. Are currently working with the County to review the existing traffic island configuration and make adjustments as necessary (to the curb, road etc) to make them more effective (they have received copies of traffic accident reports on La Gorce and Pine Tree since 2000 to use as a basis).

6. Have developed a close working relationship with the CMB Police Department to establish communication and action plans to help slow traffic on both Pine Tree and La Gorce Drive and to assure neighborhood safety and security.

7. We are developing a program with the City Police to engage off duty police for additional policing of the neighborhood for crime prevention and strict enforcement of the neighborhood's 30 MPH speed limit.

8. We worked with the City to implement tree-planting on the swales following the removal of the coconut palms.

9. As certain trees, which were located on the right of way, had been causing extended electric outages, we successfully worked with the City of Miami Beach to have those trees either removed or trimmed, in an attempt to alleviate the problem.

10. We have increased the awareness of homeowners on Pine Tree/La Gorce on the issue of sexual predators living on Miami Beach and have consulted with area law enforcement on prudent safety measures.

11. Monitor “good neighbor” relations between residents and La Gorce Country Club

12. Developed a successful e-mail communication system with residents

13. Participated and supported the Miami Beach Police Department's Hate Crime Community meetings.

14. Worked with the Miami Beach public works department to have radar speed monitors installed on Pinetree Drive.

15. Assisted the Miami Beach Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit in training officers to conduct home security surveys per a program with the attorney General's Office

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Association Name:Lincoln West Neighborhood Residents Association
Area: Boundaries Biscayne: Bay (west), Alton Road (east), 17th Street (north), 14th Street (south)
Contact: Greg Anderson, President

lincolnwestres@aol.com

Membership Requirements:Open to all residents whose primary residence is located within the boundaries, and request membership
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:There shall be at least two (2) general membership meetings yearly. Meetings shall be convened in the fall and spring upon any day decided by the majority vote of the Board. Notification shall be by mail, email, posted notices, telephone calls, or any other appropriate means of communication apt to reach a majority of the members. Notification shall require 15 days advance notice to all active members.
Mission of Association:

To enhance the livability of the Lincoln West neighborhood and Miami Beach by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication and liaison among the neighborhood, government agencies and other neighborhoods and to provide an open process by which all members of the residents association may involve themselves in the affairs of the neighborhood.

Summary of Accomplishments:

With the support of our neighborhood residents, and the City, we established resident Parking Program (RPP) zone 12.

We continue to work with the City of Miami Beach Capital Improvement Projects program (CIP). This is an ongoing issue, and one of great importance for our neighborhood. Proposed projects were developed with the assistance of the neighborhood association and through public meetings.

We coordinated efforts to establish a pooper scrooper pilot program along West Avenue to assist pet owners in curbing their pets while keeping the City's swales, sidewalks and green spaces clean and beautiful.

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Association Name:Normandy Fountain Neighborhood Association
Area: Boundaries of the Neighborhood Association shall be defined as Rue Notredame and Bay Drive East and Bay Drive East and South Shore Drive.
Contact:

Jeff Bechdel
(305) 867-3434
jdb@miamidade.gov

Melissa Vigues
(305) 865-6266
mvigues@msn.com

Membership Requirements:Membership is open to residents and businesses within the boundaries of the association
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:No calendar for 2006 as of yet.
Mission of Association:

To enhance the livability of the neighborhood and Miami Beach by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication and liaison among the neighborhood, government agencies and other neighborhoods.

Summary of Accomplishments:

- Parking study with the City of Miami Beach Parking Department that determined a Residential Parking Permit System would not solve the parking issues in the neighborhood

- Adopted official bylaws (attached)

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Association Name:Normandy Shores Homeowners Association
Area: Normandy Shores Island, North Beach
Contact: Daniel Veitia, President

305-219-3408

dveitia@urbanresource.com
Membership Requirements:Voluntary, Must live in Single Family Home area of Normandy Shores, $25.00 yearly membership fee.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Quarterly Meetings (TBA), Committees: Neighborhood Parties, C.I.P. Oversight, Waterways Maintenance & Clean-ups, Citizens Watch
Mission of Association:

To enhance and preserve the quality of life for our residents by developing a sense of community and insuring awareness of issues and concerns that affect our neighborhood.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Guard House and gating of Island for Single Family Homes. Supported the renovation of the golf course and right-o-way improvements. Working with the city to insure the timely implementation of these two projects.

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Association Name:Normandie Sud Homeowners Association
Area: Rue Granville to Rue Versailles South of 71st Street including Biarritz Drive, Bay Drive, Trouville Esplanade, Rue Bordeaux and Rue Notre Dame
Contact: MARGUERITTE W. RAMOS, PRESIDENT

305-389-7444

MWR1031@AOL.COM
Membership Requirements:$25 voluntary membership fee
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Not formally set
Mission of Association:

Safety and Beautification

Summary of Accomplishments:

Organized the strongest Crime Watch group in Miami Beach according to the North Beach Sub Station.

Obtained $2.9 million of GO Bond funds and Water & Sewer Bond funds to upgrade and beautify our neighborhood.

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Association Name:North Bay Road – Lower - Homeowners Association
Area: 2000 N. Bay to 3180 N. Bay
Contact: Sherri Krassner

305-799-1310
sherri@creation-mgt.com

Membership Requirements:As necessary when there are issues of importance to the community
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:
Mission of Association:

To protect the interests of residents and property owners of lower North Bay Road

Summary of Accomplishments:

Worked cooperatively with the City of Miami Beach to develop and implement a traffic calming and safety program for the neighborhood.

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Association Name:North Bay Road - Middle - Homeowners Association
Area: 4300 block of North Bay Road on the south - to the 4800 block of North Bay road to the north
Contact: Michael Burnstine

michaelb@middlenorthbayroad.org

Membership Requirements:Owner of home within the boundaries
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Varies but one general meeting a year is typical
Mission of Association:

To enhance the livability of our neighborhood by establishing and maintaining a common voice and line of communication between the members of the Middle North Bay Road Homeowners Association and our local government officials and/or representatives of other neighborhoods.

Summary of Accomplishments:

The association was formed in order to have all way stop signs installed at all of our intersections. We have worked to create one voice for the neighborhood

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Association Name:North Ocean Drive Area Residents Association (NODARA)
Area: Boundaries 12th Street on the South, Lincoln Road on the North, from Collins Avenue East to Ocean Drive
Contact: Frank Fiorentino, President
Jo Manning, Vice President

PO Box 841
Miami Beach, FL 33139
NorthOceanDrive@aol.com
305 785-3094
Fiorentino@aol.com, drmwk@juno.com

Membership Requirements:Residential, annual dues
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:To be announced
Mission of Association:

To work to maintain and improve quality of life for our residents and improve our community.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Worked closely with city on several projects including newsracks, noise ordinance guidelines, special events, homeless issues and others

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Association Name:Orchard Park
Area: 42nd Street South to Surprise Lake North, Biscayne Waterway west to Indina Creek East
Contact: President - Gabrielle Redfern decovilla@hotmail.com
President-Elect (Vice-President) Derek Cohen derekcohen@bellsouth.net
Membership Requirements:
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:
Mission of Association:

Summary of Accomplishments:

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Association Name:Palm-Hibiscus-Star Islands Association, Inc.
152 Palm Avenue, MB, FL 33139
Area: Palm, Hibiscus and Star Islands, located in beautiful Miami Beach
Contact: Tim W. Rose, Jr., Executive Director
 

305-299-2617 tim.rose@phsislands.org

Membership Requirements:Open to all residents on the Islands who pay the Annual Dues
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:

Two meetings a year (Feb and Sept), four events (Holiday Party, Halloween Party, Summer Picnic and Candidates Forum in years of City Elections. Other meetings called if warranted.

Mission of Association:

Making the Islands an even better place to live.

Summary of Accomplishments:

The Association has grown in active membership, activities and accomplishments in the last several years. We are proud of our growth and in being an active participant in the greater City of Miami Beach and surrounding Miami-Dade County community.

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Association Name:Park View Island
Area: All of Park View Island
Contact: Deborah Ruggeiro

305-868-5834
MLKWD2000@aol.com

Membership Requirements:Resident of Park View Island
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:
Mission of Association:

Summary of Accomplishments:

Pre GO Bond discussions, getting PVI on the City's map of MB, numerous meetings with various candidates prior to elections, night locking and morning unlocking of PVI walking bridge, signage design for PVI Bridge.

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Association Name:South Pointe Residents Association
301 Ocean Dr. #604, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Area: The South Pointe Redevelopment Area's northern boundary is 6th Street. Fifth Street is an appropriate northern geographic boundary for the South Pointe area for purposes of the activities of the South Pointe Residents Association. At a joint meeting of representatives of the South Pointe Residents Association and members of the Flamingo Park Neighborhood Committee, October 13, 2003, there was unanimous agreement on that boundary.
Contact: Frank Del Vecchio
 

Telephone #: 305-672-2486, Fax: 305-672-0807 frankdelvecchio@att.net

Membership Requirements:Open to residents of the South Pointe area, south of Fifth Street, who subscribe to the purposes of the association.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:

Meetings may be held from time to time as necessary and appropriate. The principal method of regular communication among organizers and residents is e-mail.

Mission of Association:

Endorses the mission of the association of South Beach Neighborhood Associations in general, and with specific reference to South Pointe residential quality of life: "To preserve and enhance the quality of life for residents in all neighborhoods of South Beach by joining together to ensure that residential interests are effectively represented in city government."

In addition: Since the dissolution in 2003 of the South Pointe Advisory Board to the Redevelopment Authority, city officials have looked to the South Pointe Residents Association for review and comment on special events applications and for assistance in disseminating information about city meetings affecting South Pointe. And further: At a meeting with officials January 6, 2004, members of the organizing committee decided to formalize the Association's function to facilitate contact by and with city departments on neighborhood quality of life issues and other matters where the city seeks or requires neighborhood input.

Summary of Accomplishments:

The South Pointe Residents Association was formed by an organizing committee of thirteen South Pointe residents at a meeting held October 18, 2002. Frank Del Vecchio serves as president and spokesperson of the association. In addition to the thirteen organizing members, seventy one other South Pointe residents associated themselves with the Association during the initial organizational month. Since that time, there has been extensive participation by South Pointe residents in the initiatives of the Association including testimony at public meetings and participating in various meetings and in other ways on issues affecting South Pointe residential quality of life.

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Association Name:Stillwater Drive
Area:
Contact: Mark Weithorn

Markw@DPI-Miami.com

Membership Requirements:
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:
Mission of Association:

Summary of Accomplishments:

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Association Name:Sunset Harbour Neighborhood Association
Area: Alton Road – 20th Street – Biscayne Bay – Dade Blvd
Contact: Frank Kruszewski
305-586-3191
fksobe@bellsouth.net
Membership Requirements:Resident/Business Owner
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Not set
Mission of Association:

Advance the Quality of Life and Business Community within the Sunset Harbour Neighborhood.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Down zoned area from Entertainment/Commercial/Industrial to Light Industrial and Commercial.

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Association Name:Sunset Islands 1 & 2 Homeowners Association
(legal: Sunset Islands Property Owners Inc.)
Area: Sunset Islands 1 & II
Contact: Ms. Carol Towle, Association Secretary

(305) 534-4116

webmaster@SunsetIslands1and2.org
Membership Requirements:Homeowner of property on Sunset Islands 1 or II
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:The annual meeting of the members is held in March or April of each year, as determined by the Board of Directors. The annual meeting of the Board of Directors is held within one month following the annual meeting of the members. Special meetings of the members or the board may be called at any time.
Mission of Association:

To keep our two islands safe, secure and beautiful. To keep our homeowners informed, to maintain good communications, and to encourage meaningful involvement with city departments and city organizations.

Summary of Accomplishments:

The association continues to accomplish its mission. Our current primary concern is the timely repair of our roads.

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Association Name:Sunset Islands 3 & 4 Homeowners Association
Area: North 24th st, South 21st st., West Biscayne Bay, East Sunset Lake
Contact: Amy Litt Rabin
 

305-538-1284 or 305-793-4308 amyr923@bellsouth.net

Membership Requirements:Homeowner on Sunset 3 & 4, $1,750 2005 dues
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Annual meeting December 13, 2005, 6 p.m.
Mission of Association:

To make the quality of life better on the islands. Issues include Security, Beautification and Underground Utilities.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Some accomplishments include renovating the historic guardhouse, improving security and improving aesthetic conditions on the island. We are currently in the process of trying to bury overhead utility lines & poles and bring natural gas to the island.

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Association Name: The Townhouse @ Sunset Harbour Condo
Area: Sunset Harbour - 20 Street and Bay
Contact: Marilyn Freundlich
 

305-538-0043 mfmefex@bellsouth.net

Membership Requirements: property owner in the Townhomes
Meeting Schedule/Calendar: mandatory once a year. usually, monthly.
Mission of Association:

To maintain our property in excellent condition and contribute to neighborhood and city values

Summary of Accomplishments:

stop the swap, building codes, noise ordinance

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Association Name:Venetian Causeway Neighborhood Alliance
Area: N. Bayshore to Purdy Avenue, along Venetian Causeway
Contact: Barbara K. Bisno President
 

305-374-2566 addressbbisno@comcast.net

Membership Requirements:$25 fee and live in geographic area.
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Irregular meetings – have active email network.
Mission of Association:

To improve quality of life of residents and aid residents in work with municipal and county officials.

Summary of Accomplishments:

Promoted construction of new toll plaza, monitoring bridge repair, promoting Streetscape Project, distributing on a timely basis all notices from municipal and county government officials by email, and facilitating good relationship between residents and municipal and county governments.

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Association Name:Venetian Islands Homeowners Association
Area:

Venetian Islands Homeowners Associations represents the single family homes on the Venetian Islands: Rivo Alto, DiLido, San Marino, San Marco and Biscayne

Contact:  

Matthew L. Leibowitz, President 305-530-1322 mleibowitz@broadlaw.com

Claire Tomlin, Treasurer 305/775-2166 claire@themarketcompany.org

 

www.venetianhomeowners.com

P. O. Box 398415/
Miami Beach 33239

Membership Requirements:Application and $45/annually
Meeting Schedule/Calendar:Annual Meeting January 25, 2006 at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden 7 p.m. Board meets at times called by the president or committee chairman
Mission of Association:

The Venetian Islands Homeowners Association was established in 1979 and reorganized in 1995 before the Causeway bridges renovations; the VIHA was designed to voice the concerns of the homeowners along the Venetian Causeway. We also work in coalition with the broader Causeway Alliance on many issues.

Summary of Accomplishments:

The Association is currently involved with the following issues:

  • Power outages and the under grounding initiative
  • Miami Beach's General Obligation Bonds Street Improvements Program
  • Venetian Cause Bridge Repair, Crime and Security

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