New! Operation "Solution Saturday"
HAVE A PROBLEM OR AN ISSUE?
MEET WITH YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER!
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th
South Regional Library
8065 Lely Cultural Pkwy
9 AM - 3 PM
SAVE THE DATE!
This new District 1 Commissioner initiative will allow citizens to meet me and/or speak with me face-to-face to bring anything that needs my attention... or issues I can help you with. I will be at the South Regional Library on Saturday, April 17th from 9AM - 3PM. You can either make an appointment by calling my office at (239) 252-8601 or walk right in to the Library's Conference Room! As always, you can still send me an email on anything… I welcome that as well. But this is a chance to meet one-on-one with your District 1 County Commissioner to outline a current issue or something dated & dusty... that we need to attack & fix for you personally, or in your neighborhood, or a County problem you see, etc...
NO TOPIC IS OFF LIMITS...
Citizens, Business Owners, Organizations, Groups...
ALL ARE WELCOME!
If this proves successful & convenient for citizens… and allows us to TAKE ACTION to knock out any issue or ATTACK new things you want to bring directly to my attention… we will continue this practice, once a month in other locations throughout District 1. As a full-time County Commissioner… I want to be accessible to YOU… & at your convenience!
HOPE TO SEE YOU ON SATURDAY, APRIL 17th!
Come with an issue, or just to meet & talk, or stop by on your way to our library!
Collier County Commissioner District 1
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3299 Tamiami Trail E, Suite 303
Naples FL 34112
Office: (239) 252-8601
Mobile: (239) 777-2452
City of Naples Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Survey
The City of Naples is currently preparing the 2021 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update and we need your contribution to produce a plan that will reflect our community needs and “small-town” character. By sharing your day-to-day walking and bicycling experiences around the City, you can help guide the planning for our future projects and priorities.
Your participation in our brief survey will help to identify gaps in the existing network, determine the nature of future bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and their locations throughout the City. To take the online survey, please click on the following survey link https://bit.ly/Naples-Bicycle-and-Pedestrian-Master-Plan-Survey or you may also access the survey on the City website. The survey is anonymous, but please consider including your contact information at the end of the survey so we may follow up if needed to fully understand your concerns and comments.
You can find more information on the City pedestrian and bicycle planning project at the City of Naples, Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan - VHB virtual room or by visiting the City website at City of Naples 2021 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update.
Thank you for your time and assistance making our City a PARADISE for everyone.
Sunshine Week Celebrating Government Transparency
Sunshine Week (March 15-21, 2021) is observed annually in Collier County to promote the importance of open government and to celebrate the people’s right to access public meetings and public records. The observance, which is held in mid-March to coincide with the anniversary of James Madison’s birth, serves as a reminder that a well-informed citizenry is essential in order to have an honest and accountable government. At their meeting held on March 9, 2021, Collier County Commissioners recognized the week with a proclamation.
“Sunshine week is an opportunity for all those in local government to reaffirm our commitment to providing our citizens with open, transparent and honest governmental operations,” said Clerk Crystal Kinzel. “Year round, but especially during Sunshine Week, I encourage residents to be active, engaged members of our community.”
The Office of the Collier County Clerk is responsible for recording, safeguarding, and providing access to public records, including:
- Court judgements and other court records
- Official land records such as deeds and liens
- Wills and marriage licenses
- Financial records and audits
- Minutes and records of the Board of County Commissioners
Public access to records is not limited to weekday office hours; thousands of records can easily be viewed and printed day or night at www.CollierClerk.com. While providing quicky and easy access to public records is among our highest priorities, the Collier Clerk’s Office is also committed to protecting from disclosure all legally confidential, sealed, and exempt information in accordance with statutes and court orders.
For more information, contact Mike Sheffield, Director of Community Relations and Outreach at (239) 252-6879.
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