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  1. Calendar Overlay *Main Calendar Meetings (1)
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*Main Calendar Meetings

  1. Public Meeting Providing Information on Stock Island road project

    January 17, 2019, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Bernstein Park

    Monroe County is holding a public outreach meeting to provide construction information about a roadway improvement project on Stock Island. The Engineering Department has completed the design. Public input was considered during this phase. The project currently is out to bid for construction, with a deadline of Tuesday, Jan. 15. The project will extend along MacDonald, Maloney and Peninsular avenues. Construction is planned to begin in March. The project was designed with sea level rise taken into account. The construction work includes: repaving and/or reconstructing the roadways, new pavement markings, sidewalk improvements with new pedestrian ramps, driveway and drainage improvements and landscaping the median. The cost of the project will not be known until the construction bidding process is completed. The project is 75% funded by a grant from Florida DOT – up to a maximum of $1.95 million. There is a 25% match from the County’s Infrastructure Sales Tax.

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Emergency Management


    January 14, 2019 - January 18, 2019

    Florida - the Sunshine State. We have plenty of it. Yet we're also home to extreme weather conditions. January 14th to 18th, 2019 is Florida Hazardous Weather Awareness Week. The Florida Division of Emergency Management wants residents and visitors alike to be prepared for whatever risks the weather may bring. Each day features statistics, preparedness tips, and resources to face the different weather hazards we face here. Come back daily to learn about every one of them and become Weather Ready!

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    January 17, 2019, All Day

    There are different reasons a community may flood; storm surge, river flooding, or heavy rainfall. Low-lying or poorly drained areas can also increase a community's flood risk. To protect yourself, learn what flood threats affect your community. Click to download a Hurricanes and Floods Fact Sheet.

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