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FOR YOUR INFORMATION

MEADOWLANE COMMUNITY LIBRARY

UPCOMING EVENTS FROM MEADOWLANE COMMUNITY LIBRARY

The ADVISORY BOARD holds its next meetingThursday, December 28 at 7 p.m., at the Library. The public is invited.

Florida League of Cities Conference -

Mr. Edward M. Radliff, Jr., Council Member, City of West Melbourne, recently attended the 35th Annual LegislativeConfer- ence of the flozda League of Cities (FLC) to establish a lobbying platform to guide Florida's Cities during the upcoming legislative session. Mr. Radliff, Jr. joined 300 city officials in Tampa during a two-day meetingto review proposed municipal legislative positions and form FLC1s1996 LegislativePolicy State- ment. 1 d

The FRIENDSOF MEADOWLANE COMMUNITY LIBRARY will hold their next meeting on Wednesday January17, 1996 at 1 p.m. in the Library's Meeting Room. 11 are welcome.

The Master Gardeners, offering gardening advice free of charge, visit the Meadowlane Community Library every Monday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

Toddlertime, a story program for two-year-olds and their parent or caregiver, is held on Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. beginningJanuary9. You must preregister your child. Call the Library to register and get details on the stories planned for January.

Storytime, for ages 3-6 will be held on Fridays at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. beginning January12. No registration is required. Call the library for details on the stories planned for January.

For further information on any of these events, please contact the Meadowlane Library Director at 952-4508. The Meadowlane Library is located at 3030 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne in the Metro West Shopping Center.

The conference focused on legislative ideas and solutions to help city leaders respond to the changing needs of their communities and the concerns of their citizens. Key issues reviewed included matters relatingto criminal justice, finance and taxes, growth management and labor and personnel.

"Cities in action, working together, was the theme of this conference," said Council Member Radliff. "Cities throughout this state worked together and focused on legislativesolutionsto reduce crime, ease the burden of unfair state mandates, build and maintain essential infrastructure, and strengthen the social fabric of the community. We met for our citizens today and for our generations to come. The issues discussed at this meeting will help resolve many of the concerns voiced by our citizens here in West Melbourne."

The FLC is the municipal association establishedto meet and serve the needs of municipal officials throughout the state, among its primary functions is to develop a munici- pal legislativeplatform and lobby the legislatureon a variety of issues important to Florida city government.

BEAUT1FlCATlON AWARDS

The West Melbourne Beauti- fication Committee honored Meridian Nursing Center, Administrator Kathryn Kondolf-Harmer, with a beautification award for the month of November.

The presentaion (L to R) Marilyn McRae, Lorraine Woodley, Ms. Kondolf-Harmer, Dan Bishop (Director of Maintenance), Barbara Storey (Director of Marketing and Admissions),john Bailey and City Manager Mark Ryan.

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The Committee also honored West Melbourne Chevron Service Station, Mr. Jeff Kendall (pictured), with a 2nd beautification award in the month of December for their dedication in keepingthe property so nice. A Certifi- cate of Appreciation was presentedto JeffKendall by Lorraine Woodley (pictured) and Council Member Ian Lieson (not pictured).

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