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Hurricane Readiness Advice from
the City of Hollywood
The National Weather Service has predicted an active season. Experts warn that it only takes one storm to change your life and our community.
Lets us not lower our guard, we need to prepare diligently.
The City of Hollywood advises to prepare by:
You’ll find more information and links to help you prepare on the City’s Hurricane Preparedness webpage.
For the latest weather advisories from the National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center, visit their trusted news source sites on the web or via their social media channels.
For additional information Contact:
Emergency and Governmental Affairs Manager
City of Hollywood
Emergency Operations Center
2741 Stirling Road
Hollywood, Florida 33312
This notice is a courtesy of Frank De Risi, President of the Hollywood Beach Civic Association – HBCA tel.: 954 547 2828
Posted on: June 6, 2022
The SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway will be fully for closed for approximately 90 days beginning Monday, June 13, weather and unforeseen conditions permitting. Eastbound traffic will be detoured via US-1, Hollywood Boulevard, or Dania Beach Boulevard. Westbound traffic will be detoured via SR A1A, Hollywood Boulevard, or Dania Beach Boulevard. Access to local traffic and the Anne Kolb Nature Center will be maintained at all times via eastbound SR 822/ Sheridan Street before the bridge.
Project improvements include installing bicycle-friendly/anti-slip walking plates along the bridge’s moveable spans, removing existing curb and adding a 32-inch traffic barrier between the sidewalk and roadway, removing and replacing the outer pedestrian railing, adding new pedestrian gates in each direction, renovating the existing tender house, upgrading electrical and mechanical components, and access platforms on the bridge.
Bridge opening times for marine traffic will be impacted Monday, June 13th through September 2022. The temporary bridge opening schedule is, as follows:
Daily, between 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
One side of the bridge will open on the quarter hour and three-quarter hour. Boaters needing a full opening should provide 4-hour advance notice.
Sunday-Fridays, between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The bridge will be closed. Boaters needing a full opening should provide 24-hour advance notice. Full openings are available only between midnight and 1 a.m.
Friday-Sunday, between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Single-leaf openings will be provided on the quarter and three quarter hour. A full opening will not be provided during this time.
The vertical clearance across both spans will be reduced by 5-feet for the installation of a containment system for the duration of the project.
These timing adjustments are needed in order to complete operations during the full bridge closure, which also begins Monday, June 13 through September 2022, weather and unforeseen conditions permitting. This work is part of the SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge Rehabilitation Project. Construction began January 22, 2022 and estimated completion date is Late 2022.
For more information, please visit the FDOT project page here
An important article on the history and the future of buildings along the Florida coast. A must read for those that want to be well informed and well prepared. Just the pictures are worth to browse this well prepared piece. Click to open it.
HOW IN THE WORLD DID WE GET HERE?
By Eric Glazer, Esq.
Published January 31, 2022
So, I get a call a few weeks ago from a reporter at The New York Times. He was doing a story about the incredible number of condominiums in Miami and how fast they were all built. How the entire skyline on the coast changed dramatically in the past 40 years or so and if it’s possible that The Champlain Towers in Miami was just a freak occurrence, or something that we need to start thinking about regarding all condominiums that were rushed through and given the green light. Is it possible for other similarly situated buildings to start falling down?
The story is somewhat startling but not surprising. It’s a story about greed, out of control construction, tampering with Mother Nature, little to no inspections, rushed through permits, law firms and politicians helping developers and The Florida Legislature turning a blind eye towards all of it.
If you’re living in a building in Miami, this is a must read. If you don’t live in Miami, but are concerned about whether or not your building was built properly, it’s a must read as well. Besides myself, there are politicians, builders, developers and other experts that tell their side of the story in detail. Some of it is shocking.
Because so many turned their backs years ago, no wonder the story is called THE TICKING CLOCK OF MIAMI’S CONDO EMPIRE. You should also know that coincidentally, Robert Lisman, who is the resident from Champlain Towers East, is the producer of our Condo Craze You Tube channel. It’s a long article but again, it’s a must read.
This material was recommend to the blog aquariusuno.com by Arkady Chase
Eric Glazer’s office supported the Aquarius Condominium Association legal affairs for many years in the past.
The newly elected Board of Director of the Aquarius Condominium Association appointed the Directors for the following positions in the Organizational Board Meeting of January 25, 2022.
Biographical information and pictures of the new Directors may be seem here
Fair Winds, Following Seas and Clear Skies are the wishes of many in the Aquarius community to the new Board.
It also must be on record the hard work and dedication of some directors of the Board that completed their mandate in 2021. The Aquarius Condominium got to an elevated level thanks the their service and zeal.
Lets all work to let our home be the pleasant, safe and harmonious place we all deserve.