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DUCK KEY SECURITY DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD

 

  DUCK KEY SECURITY DISTRICT
126 BIMINI DRIVE
DUCK KEY, FLORIDA 33050
(305) 289 - 1085

  

ADVISORY BOARD:

Tom Neville, Chmn.

Bruce Franck
Dennis Kulig

David Lyon

Gerry Fortier
R. J. Helbling

Dick Adler

Dick Holland
Ray Przybyl

MINUTES OF MEETING
DUCK KEY SECURITY DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD
March 12, 2002 County Government Annex

The meeting was called to order at 9:00 on March 12, 2002. Dick Adler, Dick Holland, Dennis Kulig, Ray Przybyl, Gerald Fortier, and Dick Adler were in attendance. Also in attendance were Dixie Danzis, Mike Danzis, Joe Fernandez and Sheriff Voss. Notice of the meeting's place and date was advertised in the Keynoter according to County requirements.

SECRETARY'S REPORT

Minutes from the prior Security Board meeting were read. A motion to approve the minutes as read carried.

A proposed agenda for the meeting was distributed by the Secretary.

 

CHAIRMAN'S REPORT

In the absence of a Chairman, Gerry Fortier gave a report on the state of the security district. Matters discussed involved barking dog problems, locking house doors, fishermen on residential property. No robbery incidents were reported.

 

OLD BUSINESS

The status of a substation was discussed along with golf carts on the island.

The Security District Advisory Board will provide information to DKPOA for their newsletter on home owner rights as to dog control.

There is a need to follow-up on County's efforts on the propose Duck Key Security District Building. Letter to Jim Roberts on 1-29-2002 informed County that at its January meeting,

"The Advisory Board . . . voted to request that the County initiate steps which will lead to the construction of a small building for use by Security District contract personnel on land presently leased to the Security District on Indies Island. The building to meet requirements for possible use as a Monroe County Sheriff's substation for personnel assigned to this sector. "

 

NEW BUSINESS.

The Advisory Board on the Security District passed motions on several matters.

The Advisory Board passed a motion to purchase a radar gun at a cost of about $200 for use by the Security Patrol.

The Security District Advisory Board also voted to have Chairman Tom Nevelle follow up on the following matters:

1. Request monthly computer reports from the Sheriff's office regarding Duck Key patrol coverage

2. Arrange a Security District Meeting with Sheriff Roth to discuss use of Security District building as a possible sheriff's substation.

3. Get figures from County Administrator's Office on Ad Velorem taxes for the Security District.

 

A motion was approved to adjourn the meeting.

 

Richard Adler

Secretary, Duck Key Security District Advisory Board

 

Reminders:

1. Next Board meeting set for June 11, 2002

2. 2002 budget for Security District to be submitted to County over the summer

 

 

 

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