Please join us ...and Show Your Support for Singer Island!
The Singer Island Civic Association's first meeting of the Fall
Monday, November 3rd - Monthly Meeting
Palm Beach Shores Town Hall
247 Edwards Lane
(Street Parking: North-side ONLY)
Palm Beach Shores, FL
6:-30 light refreshments
7pm - The Fun Begins!
We are kicking off our first SICA meeting of the season with a great NEW panel on Safeguarding Our Borders and Waterways. Speakers include:
* Customs & Border Protection
* Palm Beach County Sheriff--Homeland Security Division
* Palm Beach County Sheriff--Marine Deployed Unit
* United States Coast Guard
* Border Patrol
* Riviera Beach Police Department
* Port of Palm Beach, Operations & Security
We will also have a Singer Island update and a forum for lively discussion. Bring YOUR voice: concerns, ideas and/or thoughts.
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Singer Island Area News of The Week:
Singer Island Tiara condo loses $35 million lawsuit vs. broker - Palm Beach Post - Ten years after the hurricanes: the Tiara on Singer Island in Riviera Beach on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014
25 migrants captured east of Boca Raton; two are suspected smugglers - Palm Beach Post - Multiple assets were launched to rescue the group, including two cutters and the Fort Lauderdale and Lake Worth Inlet Coast Guard Stations.
Inaugural festival to celebrate Lake Worth Lagoon - Palm Beach Post - This all changed in the late 1800s when the Lake Worth Inlet was cut in order to improve transportation and trade to the area," she says. "Now, the ...
Fundraising underway for African-American Hall of Fame in Riviera Beach - Palm Beach Post (blog) - Malachi Knowles, founder of Inner City Youth Golfers Inc. in Riviera Beach, is trying to raise $1 million for construction of a 3,100-square-foot hall of ...
Board: Extend sand transfer plant's arm - Palm Beach Daily News - As member J. Patterson Cooper pointed out, residents of Palm Beach Shores and Singer Island, which is part of Riviera Beach, could view the ...
Longest working Riviera Beach city employee retires - WPBF West Palm Beach - Longest working Riviera Beach city employee retires. Perry will 'miss helping people the most'.
Nassau-bound cruises not coming to Port of Palm Beach -
WPTV - Also Thursday, the commission also agreed to join its port tenant Stonerock Shipping Corp. in a proposed lawsuit against the city of Riviera Beach.
New bridge-opening schedules might ease boat traffic - Palm Beach Daily News - "We're expecting normal, standard boat traffic, which is actually pretty heavy because of the (Lake Worth) Inlet," he said. "Boaters are all being subject ...
PBC Environmental Resources Management - October 2014 Project Status Report (pdf format).
Here is a link to a registered sex offender notification alert for 1217 Island Rd - Singer Island
Here is a link to a registered sex offender notification alert for a transient residing under or near Blue Heron Bridge.
For anyone interested in data and reports on area Crime, please visit Crimereports.com for free reports and information!
Neighbors, please keep sending in your comments, ideas and input ...the MORE the better folks!! Please speak up and your voice will be shared here next week
From: Laurie D.
Subject: Munyon's Cove
THANK YOU Sara M. for your message about Lozman's Cove. It is very upsetting to see what Fane Lozman is doing to Singer Island beautiful water way. Looks terrible, especially the signs, security camera's. buoy's, plastic chairs, picnic tables, torch's, etc. People coming down to Singer Island for the season or vacation must be wondering what the h... is going on there. How he got OK'ed for purchasing the property's and doing what he is doing to it is astounding!! He doesn't even have respect for Riviera Beach/Singer Island. Why is he here? Just to be a thorn in our side, I guess. Just a very concerned resident sharing what others are all saying. No one is happy about it, believe me. Thank you, LD
From: Jack F.
Subject: Munyon's Cove
I am intrigued after reading the updated Palm Beach Post article (September 3, 2014) concerning the Lozman and Taylor properties. I know that the Florida DEP is not protecting our lands, whether dry or submerged, allowing the building during the 2004 through 2009 seasons. Wetlands and native habitat was destroyed to build condos. Beach erosion was not taken fully into account. Now the department has signed off on putting extensive docks into our waterways, although be it on submerged private property. The Pine Point owners could not trim the mangroves to give them a view of the cove, but Mr Lozman seems to have been given free reign to clear out portions of his shoreline.
Munyon's Cove, on the western shore of Singer Island is shallow, full of sea grasses, endangered and non-endangered wildlife. If, Mr Lozman and Mr Taylor were to be allowed to use their water covered properties for floating homes, I have a few questions and concerns. How deep is Munyon's Cove at normal and extreme low tides? What would the draft be for these floating homes? How would there homes be anchored in place? During storms and heavy wave action, will the bottoms of the boats be disrupting and disturbing the bottom of the cove? Would these homes remain at this location if we were to get hurricane watches and warnings? Will there be any governmental guidance as to acceptable limitations of these homes? Where will the owners/visitors park? What about fresh water? What about waste water and sewage removal? What about electric service and safety? Will the property owner be liable for any cleanup necessary caused by the floating homes or their respective owners? With this in mind, do we really want to add another community to our island?
From Capt Lori in Palm Beach Isles
Subject: Capt Jack's Island Grill, a new fast casual eatery coming SOON ...to Singer Island.
After a year of planning and approvals, Capt Jack's Island Grill has begun construction on Singer Island. Located just east of the Blue Heron Bridge at 1146 Blue Heron Blvd, Capt Jack's will be a fusion of American and Seafood specialties, including Salads, Appetizers, Entrees, Sandwiches, Burgers, Dogs, Smoothies, Desserts, and a quick Breakfast, available for take out, dine in, or local delivery. The fast casual eatery will include menu items from $4.00 - $15.00, featuring locally sourced produce and hormone free meats whenever possible. If your looking for that exceptional coffee, espresso, macchiato, or latte, Capt Jack's offers single origin, locally roasted coffees and coffee drinks, prepared to order by their Barista. Capt Jack's plans to employ 10-15 smiling faces, so look for their job fair to be announced in this newsletter in Winter 2014, and watch for their opening in the Spring of 2015. To follow our progress, and offer your suggestions, please visit their web site www.CaptJacks.menu. We look forward to hearing from you.
[ Editor's note: Thanks Laurie / Thanks Jack! And Thanks Capt Lori! ...If you are reading this email - please stop by the Monday Evening Meeting to show your support for Singer Island! For more on development plans in Munyon's Cove , please visit this Palm Beach Post article and then SICA's position statement on any commercial development of;the Munyon's Cove area and check out this video about the environmental importance of our lagoon waters . Please keep sending in your comments, scoop, ideas and news to be shared here with over 2268 of your neighbors. Your Singer Island Civic Association WILL stay on these issues. ]
Here are a few links, keep in mind that Singer Island actually spans 3 cities and 1 Unincorporated Village. Please send in your concerns and ideas to the appropriate contact(s):
North Palm Beach (includes John D MacArthur Park):
Lost Tree Village: Our private unincorporated village - no contacts listed - but we are working on it!
...and Together We Will Make a Positive Difference!
Upcoming Island, City and Area Events:
Please send us any upcoming event notices and press releases, ...so we can get the word out here to 2268 neighbors!
October 11 to December 7: A Tribute to Local Military Heroes and the US Military - Exhibition and Programs Saluting The 100,000 plus Veterans Residing in Palm Beach County and The US Military with an estimated 115,000 US military Veterans residing in Palm Beach County, the West Palm Beach Library Foundation will recognize Veterans in an exhibition accompanied by programs and events on military service from October 11 through December 7, 2014 at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach.
Saturday Nov. 1: LagoonFest - is here - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Saturday, November 1 to discover a local treasure - Lake Worth Lagoon - at LagoonFest! LagoonFest is a free family-friendly festival that will be held in conjunction with the West Palm Beach Green Market on the lagoon's waterfront. The event will feature informational displays, hands-on activities and demonstrations for all ages, as well live music.
Saturday Nov. 1: Keep Riviera Beach Beatiful, Green, Clean and Safe Kickoff features Lockheed Martin Employees "DAY OF CARING" - The Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency launches its newest initiative with the help of more than 100 employees from Lockheed Martin, performing their annual "Day of Caring." The "Keep Riviera Beach Beautiful, Green, Clean and Safe" program will kick off with the painting of homes for needy residents, the painting of a church and the restriping of its parking lot, and the planting of flowers in the Riviera Beach Heights community. Free SmartWater CSI kits will be available to Riviera Beach Heights residents who come out, and an information table will be provided listing programs to help residents in the area. Other partners include the Riviera Beach Police Department, Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation, Delta Chapter, Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Inner City Youth Golfers', Inc., Solid Waste Authority, and Paint Your Heart Out.
WHEN: Saturday, November 1, 2014, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
WHERE: 10th St. and Ave. K, Riviera Beach, FL
Saturday Nov. 7: The Jupiter Tequesta Junior Woman's Club will be hosting an event on November 7th at the River Center in Jupiter, The "Little Black Dress" Cocktail Party, and silent auction with appetizer served by local chefs.
Sat/Sun Nov. 8-9: The 2014 Working on the Green Sustainability Summit presented by Mosaic offers something for everyone. From a look at sustainability efforts in the southeast US to policy opportunities in Florida regarding federal regulations to celebrating the best practices across the state.
Tuesday Nov. 18: Lake Park - Musicians Showcase "In the Round" @ The Brewhouse Gallery
Saturday Nov. 22: Shop 'Til YOU Drop 2014 - Don't Miss the Holiday Shopping Event of the Season to Benefit the Natural Science Education Programs at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in North Palm Beach Saturday, November 22 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Sat-Sun Nov. 22&23: The GREAT Lake Park Seafood Festival - Lake Park - see Montgomery Gentry perform and more this year!
Saturday Dec. 6: Inner City Youth Golfers', Inc.- Please join us! Your ICYG Community Giants Invitation, "2014 Annual Community Giants Recognition Dinner, Auction & Dance". They are now accepting sponsorships, please visit http://www.icyg.org for more information or contact ICYG Founder Malachi Knowles,
Upcoming Riviera Beach City Meetings:
City News & Events:
Palm Beach Shores Event Calendar
Cool Link(s) of The Week:
Lake Worth Florida Storm - GoPixPic - Lake Worth Inlet. -. report. Report This. Use the form below to report this Lake Worth Inlet pix. Why are you reporting this? Spam Nudity or Pornography
Daylight saving time - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - While the times of sunrise and sunset change at roughly equal rates as the seasons .... Clock shifts are usually scheduled near a weekend midnight to lessen ...
It's Still Storm Season ..: Please remember that storms can heat up very quickly at this time of the year. Here are some great links for hurricane preparedness: Palm Beach Post | WPTV5 | WBPF25 | WFLX29