City of Ft. Lauderdale
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Citizens are afforded the opportunity to address the Commission at the first Regular Commission Meeting of each month. Anyone wishing to speak is required to fill out the City of Fort Lauderdale Application for Citizen Presentation Form in accordance with the following guidelines:
Speakers will be allowed a maximum of three (3) minutes to address the City Commission. (If more than one speaker will be making your presentation, a total of 3 minutes will be allotted for such a presentation.)
A maximum of five (5) applications will be accepted for any City Commission meeting. All other applications received will have the option of being scheduled for a future meeting. APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED/ACCEPTED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. IF A SPEAKER HAS ALREADY SPOKEN THE PREVIOUS MONTH AND MORE THAN FIVE (5) APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED, THEN SUCH SPEAKER WILL BE SCHEDULED FOR THE FOLLOWING MONTH IN ORDER TO GIVE NEW SPEAKERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD.
If an applicant wishes to provide additional information, it must be attached to the application. (Please provide the City Clerk’s Office with 18 copies of color maps, color exhibits, or any documents containing more than 20 pages.)
Complete applications (including attachments) must be received by the City Clerk’s Office, City Hall, 100 North Andrews Avenue, 7th floor, no later than 12:00 noon the Wednesday prior to the week the City Commission meeting is held.
Rommey Rogers, and he may be contacted by calling 954-828-5004 or via e-mail at RRogers@fortlauderdale.gov.
Romney Rogers was elected Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner representing District IV on March 10, 2009 and was reelected for a second three-year term on March 13, 2012.
Commissioner Rogers has been actively involved in the Fort Lauderdale community for more than three decades. His professional and civic affiliations include serving as President of the Broward County Bar Association, young lawyer section, and as a board member or chair of numerous business and community organizations, including Chair of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.
Yes, the Esplande is surrounded by 3 civic associations: the Sailboat Bend Civic Association - just north of us on the other side of the river, Downtown Fort Lauderdale Civic Association - a little east of us, and the Tarpon River Civic Association - which we are part of. The Tarpon River Civic Association meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall (see map). They state their charter as "an organization of Tarpon River Neighborhood homeowners and residents who are committed to improving the quality of life in their neighborhood". See their website for details and to join.
Yes, the diagram is from the actual plans submitted to the City's DRC (Development Review Committee). Some of the artist drawings by the Developer on the "Photo Gallery" page don't show the correct prospective - wonder why?