Notice to: South Middle River, Middle River Terrace, Lake Ridge, and Poinsettia Heights Residents
Stay tuned…. More info to follow. Seeking volunteers to take folks to hand deliver ballots to the Supervisor of Elections Office or to an Early Voting location. If interested, please email email@example.com.
The deadline to register was October 5, 2020.
You can technically request a mail in ballot until October 24, 2020, but frankly, based on the latest analysis, you should mail your ballot minimally 5 days
prior to the November 3 Election Day. Please request it well prior to the deadline.
Are you concerned about your vote this November? Are you an early voter? Do you mail your ballot but have concerns that it reaches the election office on time? Did you know that mail in ballots can be personally delivered to the Broward County Governmental Center as well as early voting locations?
Central City Alliance would like to help by offering volunteers who would drive one individual at a time to either drop off their mail in ballot or to an early voting location.
Early voting begins on Monday, October 19, 2020 and runs through Sunday, November 1, 2020. Polls are open from 7 am to 7 pm.
If you live in one of these four neighborhoods, please also consider joining us as we try to make improvements in the area. You may also join the appropriate neighborhood association.
Central City Alliance, Inc. – email: firstname.lastname@example.org or website: https://centralcityalliance.org/
South Middle River Civic Association – http://www.southmiddleriver.org/
Middle River Terrace Neighborhood Association – https://middleriverterrace.org/
Lake Ridge Civic Association – https://www.lakeridgecivic.org/
Poinsettia Heights Civic Association – https://www.poinsettiaheights.org/
Join our Board!
It is time for us to get ready for our Annual Meeting in November and to have Board Elections. To run for the Board and to vote for the Board, you have to be a paid member of the Central City Alliance in good standing.
Board Qualifications According to our current Bylaws
The Board members may be business owners within the Alliance area (or a representative thereof), an owner of property used for business purposes within the Alliance area, or an area civic association representative, or a person residing within the Alliance area who is involved in a business serving the Alliance area.
We’ve been in isolation, like everyone else, and although we’ve done quite a bit of work to help people we didn’t make any changes to the website since our highly successful 13th Street Beer and Wine Festival with Car Show. We were lucky to have our festival at all – Fort Lauderdale shut down a week later.
Early in the year, we became a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which means your donations are tax-deductible. You’re welcome.
Our elections and annual meeting will be in the fall – we’ll tell you the date once it’s set.
We Need You
In addition to the donate button above, we also would love to have everyone in the Central City area (bounded by Sunrise Boulevard on the south, the Middle River on the north, Powerline Road on the west, and Federal Highway on the east) be a member of the Central City Alliance. Attending meetings and volunteering to help on our projects are just two of the ways you can help.
What We’re Up To
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