Your Village @ Work- March 20, 2017
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
Parks Master Plan
Our Parks Master Plan is getting an update and we need your feedback to do it right!  Please join us at one or more of 4 meetings scheduled in April and early May and let us know what is important to you as related to our park facilities.  To see the list of meetings, see the "Save the Date" flyer.  Note that each meeting has a specific purpose and location and everyone is welcome to participate in just one or all four!  If you have any questions, please call 305-259-1234 and ask for our Parks & Recreation Department.
  • See you at the Kids Town Hall tonight at 4pm, hosted by Councilwoman Karyn Cunningham.  Come by Southwood Middle and give us your ideas on how parks can be used to promote art.  Pizza, juice and snacks will be provided.
  • When you’re behind the wheel of a car – whether alone or with passengers – driving safely should always be your top concern. We’re more distracted than ever, so it’s crucial to know the basics of safe driving and practice them every time you’re on the road.
  •   And the Earth Day Movie Night winner is ..... Ice Age: Collision Course! Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey and we hope you can join us as we celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22 at Ludovici Park. More info to come! 
Coming this week:
  • 6:30 pm - Village Services & Administrative Advisory Committee, Village Hall
Upcoming During April:
  • 7 pm - Traffic Public Meeting for District 1 residents, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Parks Master Plan Public Meeting , Edward & Arlene Feller Comm. Room
  • 7 pm - Traffic Public Meeting for District 3 residents, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Traffic Public Meeting for District 2 residents, Village Hall
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