NOTE NEXT SDCC MEETING DATE
Monday May 20th at 730p.
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
See you there!
Remember the lot that was clear cut of its live oaks located on Shore Drive near the Lesner Bridge?
CBF accepted the cut down live oak material.
Today it was milled into lumber to be dried then used inside & around the Brock Center.
Thanks to everyone who helped preserve the live oak material.
Shame the trees couldn’t be preserved but at least their beautiful lumber will live on & may inspire future generations.
The rumor is the north span is torn down first and all traffic shares 2 lanes for a year.
May 18th this Saturday 10a-4p come out to the Ocean Park Vounteer Rescue Squad picnic Open House, boat inspection and more…
Come on down to the old Ocean Park firehouse for burgers, hot-dogs, equipment tours, blood pressure checks, and see how many EMTs can fit in an ambulance! We will be on hand to answer questions about our station, the EMS system, and how you can get involved.
Plus the USCG Auxiliary flotilla 5-7 will be on hand from 9am till 12 noon for free boat inspections, if you need one or you know someone who would like to get their bot inspected in the morning have them drop by! We will be having people bring their boats to the parking lot to the right of the squad and we will have the USCG Aux volunteers on hand for the inspections. They will also be on hand to talk about boater safety, as the weather gets warmer we know our neighbors will be dusting off their winter boat covers and we want you to be safe out on the water. They will have life jacket demonstrations and coloring books for the kids.
“Since then, his home has become something of a landmark. Treesh said former mayors have visited and tourists make stops. A sailing club in Norfolk gave him extra masts, and he routinely awakens in the morning to find gifts –rope, propellers, old boat chairs – outside his door.”
His girlfriend Jerrie DeLozier is more optimistic. DeLozier calls Treesh “the artistic one” and herself “the logical one.” She acknowledged that some pieces of the Boat House, as it is known in the neighborhood, will have to go. But she’s hoping she can get the summons stayed, and in the meantime obtain a survey of the property, and apply for a variance for the carport/yacht stern.
“We really would like to keep the boat,” DeLozier said. “That’s his heart, it really is.”
One of the comments from article:
Chic’s Beach is such a cool and funky place and his home fits in perfectly . . . particularly on that street. Though he should have followed the rules, hopefully, there can be minimal adjustments, and the character of the house can remain the same.
Depression is treatable, suicide is not.
We must focus on prevention, addressing depression and related risk factors.
Through education and prevention, we can save lives and prevent needless suffering.
TUES., MAY 21st – FOLO MEETING
Friends of Live Oaks meeting on TUESDAY, May 21st, 3:30 Bayside Rec
Center. Note date change due to Memorial Day.