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On T he Riviera NEWSLETTER OF THE RIVIERA BAY CIVIC ASSOCIATION SINCE 1960

“It’s another great day in Riviera Bay!”

“It Was For Over 50 Years, And It Will Continue To Be, Another Great Day In Riviera Bay”

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ecognize this picture of Sunlit Cove? I don’t know when this picture was taken, but Fourth St. at the bottom still appears to be a dirt road! We’ve come a long way over the years! (If you have any historic pictures of the neighborhood, please contact me) Even if I took the entire front page, I still wouldn’t have enough space to tell you about all the exciting, fun events that we have coming up in the next couple of months. From having a RBCA Float in the Festival of States Parade, our Egg Hunt/ Ice Cream Social, the Canal Cleanup, to the free Pizza and Give-aways at the meetings, we should have something for everybody. If you aren’t a RBCA member yet, now is the perfect time to improve your quality of life by joining us and have a little extra fun inside the “Bestest Neighborhood In All Of St. Pete.” See yaaaaa, Prez Dave

NEXT GENERAL MEETING - THURS, MARCH 31, 7PM (Doors open at 6:30 for Pizza social)

HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL, 250 78th AVE N AGENDA: Pre-Canal Clean-up Meeting • Speakers and Give-a-ways (East on 76th Ave N, straight at Stop sign to 2nd left, then right into parking lot, enter on the west side of 2 story Bldg C)


2011 RBCA EVENTS

Festival Of States Parade March 24th Neighborhood Association Float

MARCH 17 MEETING CHANGED TO MARCH 31 Pre-Canal Clean-up Meeting • Speakers and Give-a-ways - See article -

THURS, MARCH 31st - General Meeting Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Pizza Social - Doors open 6:30pm, Meeting starts at 7pm Pre-Canal Clean-up Meeting • Speakers and Give-a-ways See article

See Article Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Doors open 6:15pm - Hunt starts 6:30

Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Pizza Social - Doors open 6:30pm, Meeting starts at 7pm Post Canal Clean-up, Speakers & Give-a-ways

Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Pizza Social - Doors open 6:30pm, Meeting starts at 7pm

Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Pizza Social - Doors open 6:30pm, Meeting starts at 7pm

Must be RBCA members to be noted on map

Location to be determined

Location to be determined

Holy Family School, 250 78th Ave N, Pizza Social - Doors open 6:30pm, Meeting starts at 7pm Elections Committee • 2011 Review & 2012 Concerns

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eighborhood Associations have been invited to participate in the March 24th Festival of States Evening Parade. Our float won 1st Prize last year and we will be entering a float again this year. Details are still being worked out at this time. If you would like to participate, please call Dave or Donna Hoover at 727-5793644 and leave us a message. We are looking for riders and walkers. We threw over 2,100 beads last year and they are the major expense for this event, so we want to thank those people who have dropped off beads at our door since last year’s parade. We really want to thank Toni Michalove for her very generous contribution of a lot of the beads we will throw that night. If anybody has any beads they would like to donate (think recycling), you can bring the beads to the next meeting or drop them off at the Hoover’s house at 163 87th Ave N.


ANNUAL RBCA CANAL CLEAN UP Sat, April 9th From 8:30 AM – 12 Noonish “Operation Healthy Water III & Water Conservation” 234 Sunlit Cove Drive NE Boat Ramp (East off of 4th St N. , right 89th Ave N, bear right onto Sunlit Cove Dr NE to ramp between 228 & 236 )

It’s that time of year again where we all come together to clean our neighborhood. We once again received a grant from the South West Florida Water Management District (formally known as “SWFWMD,” currently as “The District”) to help enhance our efforts for the cleanup on April 9th. This is an educational grant to help teach our residents how to conserve and preserve the quality of our most precious asset, the water in our canals and the areas surrounding our canals. This is a 3 part grant: 1. A Pre-Cleanup Meeting at our March 31st General Meeting with speakers, literature and surprise give-a-ways. If you know an area of concern, please use this opportunity to bring it to our attention. Come take our pre-clean-up questionnaire and pledge to help protect our waterways. 2. Our annual canal and street clean-up will be held on April 9th. (details below) 3. A Post-Clean-up Meeting at our May 26th General Meeting with speakers, literature and more surprise give-aways. Come take our post clean-up questionnaire and pledge to help continue to protect our waterways. The speakers will be from “The District”, “Keep Pinellas Beautiful”, and the “Sierra Club”. The literature covers every aspect of Water Conservation, Water Quality, Recycling, Fertilizing, Red Tide, etc. On April 9th at 8:15 AM, we need as many volunteers as possible to meet us at the boat ramp located at 234 Sunlit Cove Drive to pick or be assigned a clean-up. Free

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COFFEE and DONUTS will be supplied to get the day off to a great start and LUNCH will be provided at the end of the event around 12 noon. Last year we had 75 people volunteer and helped remove over 2.35 tons of trash and debris from our canals and surrounding land areas, which we also separated the recyclable material and disposed of correctly. We are calling all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Brownie and Girl Scout troops, Church Groups, Schools, etc. everyone is asked to come join us on this clean-up effort. This is also a great opportunity to get those high school community service hours! If you or your company would like to donate food or supplies for this event, please contact Donna & Dave Hoover at 727-579-3644 or e-mail daybugme2@yahoo.com. Con’t on next page


ANNUAL RBCA CANAL CLEAN UP (con’t) We will also be walking 4th St N & 83rd Ave N, our 2 major travel corridors. Help set-up tables & tents around 7 to 7:15 am at boat ramp. Check in the volunteers. Pickup the donated food and water. Breakfast & Lunch. Checking out the clean-up equipment. Cleaning the canals of debris and bringing it back to the boat ramp. Cleaning the areas around the 83rd Ave/San Martin Bridge. Liquid nailing “Drains to Bay” signs on the storm drain covers throughout the neighborhood. Check the storm drain covers and report the ones in need of repair People to separate the glass and aluminum material from the trash to recycle. Land clean-up along 4th Street between 78th and 98th Ave, along 83rd Ave from 4th St N to San Martin Bridge,

Rio Vista Park area, the George Hedke Park area, and the closed Rio Vista Elementary School. Tear down and Pack up after clean-up is finished. We will have 2 large dumpsters, a Port-O-Let/Spot-APot, and fresh water for hand washing at the boat ramp and we will supply all the bags, gloves, pickers, etc, and all that is needed for a very productive day. We have to submit before and after cleanup area pictures and pictures of the volunteers working to “The District” as a requirement for the grant, but we can’t be everywhere, so please feel free to take any pertinent pictures yourselves to submit to us. Some of them will definitely end up in our newsletter!! You don’t need a powerboat, canoe, kayak, paddleboat, or even an inner tube to help, just bring along a desire to help the neighborhood become a better and cleaner place for everybody to live. If you can’t be involved in the clean-up, but want to do something to help, maybe bring by some homemade goodies for our volunteers throughout the day. Every little bit helps.


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his is one of our favorite articles 0ur bays and bayous are a part of St. Petersburg for all to enjoy. By doing our part to minimize our impact, they will remain healthy and productive. Help Keep Our Bays and Waters Clean! • Never dump anything down the storm drains • Sweep up driveways, sidewalks and roads to avoid material washing into the canals. • Don’t blow leaves into the street or storm drains • Wash your car on the lawn instead of roads and driveways. • Check your car for leaks and dispose of waste oil properly. • Pick up after your pets and dispose in trash cans. • Use fertilizers and pesticides sparingly. • Do not throw cigarette butts on the ground. Unfortunately, litter in our waterways and on our beaches lasts a long time, often years. Litter, especially plastics, takes many decades to several hundred years to break down, thereby threatening wildlife and public health for generations. Consider how long it takes for these items commonly found

in our waterways to breakdown: • Cardboard box, 2 weeks • Orange peel, 2-5 weeks • Banana Peel, 2-5 weeks • Newspaper, 6 weeks • Apple core, 2 months • Wool sock, 1-5 years • Cigarette filter, 1-5 years • Plastic bag, 10-20 years

• Tin can, 50 years • Foam plastic cup, 50 years • Aluminum can, 80-200 years • Disposable diaper, 450 years • Plastic bottle, 450 years • Fishing line, 500 years • Glass, I million years • Rubber tire, infinity As you can see, the natural items take a shorter time to decompose, and the manmade items (often the more pervasive and abundant) take much longer.


Easter Egg Hunt/ Ice Cream Social April 14th Holy Family (Bldg C, Furthest Bldg East Of Church) Located At 250 78th Ave N

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oors open 6:15 pm, hunt begins at 6:30 sharp. The Easter Bunny will be hiding plenty of goody filled eggs inside the hall for us again this year and all you need to bring to join the hunt is your own Easter basket or something to collect your eggs in. The number of eggs you get to collect will depend on the number of kids that will be hunting, AND, you get to keep the cool Bunny ears we give you. The Hunt will be followed again this year by our Ice Cream social with Chocolate and Vanilla Hagen Dazs ice cream generously donated by RBCA residents Christine & Mark Prendagast and coffee (hopefully donated) or bought from Dunkin Donuts (and possibly a chocolaty surprise donated from The Melting Pot.) The RBCA will provide all the fix’ins so all ya gotta bring to this event is a sweet tooth, however, your family must be current RBCA members to participate, so if you aren’t already a member, you can either mail your info along with $10 per family to 9890 2nd Street N, St Pete, FL 33702, before that night or pay the night of the event. This event is a lot of fun and not just for kids, so please feel free to come on out and join us for dessert along with all the “organized” chaos.

Community Service Hours

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ur canal cleanup is the perfect opportunity for a lot of kids to work a long side their family and friends to get those Community Service hours needed to graduate while actually seeing the positive difference they make in their community. We are also looking for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Girl Scout Troops that may want to participate for badges. Please call me at 579-3644 if you have a child that needs to complete some community service hours at other times of the year, we can always come up with ideas for help. Whether it’s walking the streets picking up trash in the neighborhood, helping to deliver newsletters or flyers, helping stuff Easter eggs, helping at a neighborhood event, researching the history of the neighborhood, or even providing help for one of our Christmas candle distributors, we’ll find something for them to do to earn those hours.


Spring Yard Sale Follow Up

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nother successful Neighborhood Yard Sale has come and gone. Again, we got a few calls wanting to know why some roads didn’t have the big sign’s marking their road. If no one calls to be on the map for your street, we won’t be putting a sign up to direct people down a street with no yard sales, so please remember to call to be put on the maps. Please mark your calendars right now for the Fall Yard Sale October 7, 8 & 9th, and remember, you must be a current RBCA member to have your location marked on the maps. __________________________________________________

JOSHUA HOUSE TOY DRIVE

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wanted to take this time to thank all the neighbors who donated toys to Joshua House, the need is always great. I wanted to give a special thank you to the wonderful, generous young ladies of Girl Scout Troop # 1204 from right here in our neighborhood! Also, thanks out to Jean and Rod Tyack for thinking of Joshua House all year round and supporting the needs of the children. Have a Blessed and safe 2011 and keep Joshua House in mind when shopping, recycling good useable furniture and such or getting rid of gently worn clothing. Thank you, Debby Obst

St Pete Code Violations Yard Parking & Trash Container Times

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hese are two of the code violations that the city is going to really start cracking down on. Please help the neighborhood not look “trashy” by only parking your vehicle in your driveway or on the road (not in your yard) and only putting your trash can out at the curb after 7pm the day before trash pickup and placing it beside or behind your house no later than 7pm on the day of collection. Sec. 27-283. - Time of container placement. (a) Prohibited hours. Approved bulk garbage containers placed near the curb or alley shall be placed there no earlier than 7:00 p.m. of the evening preceding the collection day and must be removed to a point at the side or rear of the structure not later than the later of 7:00 p.m. of the day of collection or when the container has been emptied. __________________________________________________

City Of St. Pete Sanitation Dept. Offers Free Rodent Control

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ave you seen any unwanted furry creatures lingering around? Call 893-7360 and the city will place bait stations strategically in your yard/fruit tree where children and pets should not be able to access. They will come out and refill these stations again, for free, whenever you call.

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83RD AVENUE ADOPT A MILE PROGRAM

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e had our third 83rd Ave N Clean-up on February 26th. With only 7 people we managed to pickup 3 bags of trash and recycled the glass & aluminum cans. We want to Thank Cyndy, Justin & Austin Glynn, Ingrid Busselle, Nancy Kehler along with Dave & Donna Hoover for taking the time out of their busy schedule to help clean up the 83rd Avenue corridor. Hopefully we will get some additional volunteers show up at our fourth clean up on April 9th along with our canal clean-up. _______________________________

CRIME WATCH

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ven though Crime is down in our area, we need to keep growing our Crime Watch efforts. Thanks to Jean Corsetti for getting us started & Debby Obst for applying and receiving our 2nd Police Forfeiture

them to not share it with other companies and telemarketers. Answer toll-free calls and tell them to add your phone number to their “Do Not Call” list, which the FTC Protection Act of 1991 requires companies to maintain. Your phone number will stay on their list for 10 years. Nonprofit organizations are exempt from this law. _______________________________

Fund, we need a person who can take over Jeans task as coordinator and the computer e-mails blast. We also need additional walkers for areas we don’t have covered yet. If you have a little time to help, please call me at 727579-3644 or email me at Donna.rbca@yahoo.com. _______________________________

National Do Not Call Registry

ACT FAST

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dd your phone number to the “National Do Not Call Registry” created by the U.S. government. Register online at donotcall.gov or by calling 1-888-382-1222 from the phone you want added to the list. Adding your number to the list is free and is good for five years, after which you will need to add your number again. Do not give your number to companies and businesses or print your phone number on checks, unless it is necessary. In situations where you must give your phone number, ask

If you think someone has been poisoned! • If you find your 2-yearold with an open bottle of medicine • If your spouse mixes household cleaners and can’t stop coughing • If your teenager overdoses • If that liquid in the glass wasn’t soda If you think someone has been poisoned, call right away! It’s FREE help and information.

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RECYCLING I can’t believe we don’t have more residents participating in the voluntary Curbside Recycling program. It only costs $2.75 a month, payable annually. (If you really can’t afford that amount, but would still like to participate, please contact me and I’ll see if we can arrange a neighborhood grant or something.) Throwing Out Is Out! St. Petersburg residents can place newspapers, cardboard, metal and aluminum cans, glass and plastic at the curb for weekly recycling. The curbside recycling program, provided by the city through a contract with Waste Services of Florida, Inc., is voluntary. WSI will provide residents with all labor, equipment, containers and administration. Contact WSI at 727572-6800. St. Petersburg was designated as the first city in the state to become a “Green City” by the Florida Green Building Coalition! Florida generates over 29 million tons of solid waste per year. If you’re the typical Florida resident, you throw away 10 pounds of trash a day. Now, you can recycle some of that trash, and help mother earth. Don’t just throw your old batteries in the trash to end up in our landfills. We will have a collection bucket at each RBCA General Meeting to collect old batteries for recycling. For a A-Z guide on recycling and disposal guide in Pinellas County go to: www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/ getridofit/by-item.htm _______________________________

Trade, Sell, Or Recycle Your Equipment Contact a computer company to trade, sell, or recycle your equipment: - Free recycling of any brand computer or monitor when you buy an Apple computer. 800-692-7753 - Free recycling of Dell computer equipment by dropping off at Staples stores or requesting a prepaidshipping label from their website. Free recycling on non-Dell brand computers when you buy a new Dell. 800-915-

- Trade-in or recycling options for Gateway or non-Gateway brands. 800428-3929 - Trade in or recycling options for HP or non-HP equipment. 800-7520900 - Buyback for IBM or nonIBM equipment. 888-746-7426 - Trade-in for Lenovo, IBM, and some other brands. 888-584-4656 - Trade-in or recycling for Sony or non-Sony brands. 888-3092944 - Trade-in or recycling options for Toshiba or non-Toshiba equipment. 888-255-7816

Recycled phones go overseas to people who can’t get regular telephone service, or to people in abusive relationships. Phones or phone parts are also collected. Drop your phone or phone parts at any Sprint PCS or Staples chain store, or see WirelessRecycling.com for mailing information.

Unsold software is disassembled and separated into paper, plastic and disks. The disks, with are effectively brand new, are erased, formatted, tested, labeled, and reused. GreenDisk of Redmond Washington sells reclaimed disks as GreenDisk Recycled Diskettes. For more information, link to GreenDisk, Inc. To clear all old data and even viruses from a floppy you just need to do a “full” or “unconditional” disk format. Collected eyeglasses are matched to people with need. Many of the glasses are sent to other countries, as laws in the USA make it difficult to re-dispense a prescription product. Another option is to have your old glasses tinted to turn them into sunglasses. The Lions Clubs collect glasses from opticians. LensCrafters, For-Eyes and Pearle collect glasses chain-wide. Several organizations accept eyewear by mail: New Eyes for the Needy, 549 Millburn, PO Box 332, Short Hills, NY 07078. Con’t on next page • 20, 30, 40 and

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Many packing, shipping and moving stores will take used peanuts. Just pack them up in plastic bags, and drop them off. Mail Boxes Etc. and The Postal Annex take them. For a list of local collection sites, try the Plastic Loosefill Council at 1-800-828-2214 (24 Hours). Damaged CD’s can be repaired. Repair small numbers of scratches with a mild abrasive such as toothpaste. If you just don’t like the CD’s, give or trade them at a music store or donate them to charity. Obsolete or unrepairable CD’s and cases can be recycled. Send prepaid to NESAR Systems, 420 Ashwood Road, Darlington, PA 16115, 724-827-8172.

The most common type of smoke detector contains a small amount of Americium 241, a radioactive material. Detector companies accept returned radioactive detectors for disposal as hazardous waste. Detectors have a limited life span, usually specified at ten years. Most smoke detectors are made by First Alert Corp. Send old detectors to First Alert, Radioactive Waste Disposal, 780 McClure Rd, Aurora, IL 60504-2495, 1-800-3239005. Send detectors by surface mail or UPS Ground so they don’t end up in an airplane.

Despite claims on the boxes, less than

half of disposable cameras are ever actually recycled. Not all parts of the cameras are recyclable. Inexpensive fully-automatic 35mm cameras can be purchased for about $20. These cameras will give better results and cost less to use than the disposables.

Unfortunately batteries contain metals, acids and other compounds that can be bad when released into the environment. Click for the main menu. Keywords: recycling difficult unusual toxic materials recycling batteries appliances electronics.


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David Hoover...........................579-3644 / daybugme2@yahoo.com

Pauline Foster ..................................................................576-1468 Jenny Healy .....................................................................576-2765 Donna & David Hoover.........579-3644 / daybugme2@yahoo.com

Lori Intravichit....................................................................576-2903

Jean Tyack, Chairperson .................................................576-9300

Lisa Touchton...................... 576-8443 / lisatouchton@hotmail.com Donna Hoover (alternate)..........579-3644 / donna.rbca@yahoo.com

Hal Hammer ............................576-5257 / hammer8314@aol.com

Sean Singh................................570-8458 - seanbsingh@gmail.com : Pauline Foster......................................................................576-1468 Jenny Healy........................................................................576-2765 Donna Hoover...........................579-3644 / donna.rbca@yahoo.com Eve Joy............................941-981-9366 / evejoy33702@yahoo.com Dave Kandz.......................................642-8567 / dave@rbdigital.biz Andrew Smith............813-453-3407 / andrewacs@tampabay.rr.com

(locate any dept and phone number in the city) (For ongoing problems and response within 24 hours) ............................. Mayor@stpete.org / council@stpete.org

Donna Hoover...........................579-3644 / donna.rbca@yahoo.com Lisa Touchton...................... 576-8443 / lisatouchton@hotmail.com

deborah.larson@stpete.org

Missy Martino.............................577-5500 / RBCAnews@aol.com Al Martino....................................577-5500 / RBCAnews@aol.com David Hoover...........................579-3644 / daybugme2@yahoo.com David & Donna Hoover...........579-3644 / daybugme2@yahoo.com

Eve Joy...................................577-5254 / evejoy33702@yahoo.com Lance Obst.........................................578-9718 - dobst@verizon.net Andrew Smith...............813-453-3407 / andrewacs@tapabay.rr.com Jason Touchton...... 576-8443 / captainjason@seafarichartersfl.com Donna & David Hoover............579-3644 / donna.rbca@yahoo.com Debby Obst........................................578-9718 - dobst@verizon.net

Animal Control ......................................................................582-2600 Chamber of Commerce ..........................................................821-4069 Codes Compliance..................................................................893-7373 Curb, Street, Sidewalk Repair.................................................551-3151 Neighborhood Partnership......................................................892-5141 Public Utilities........................................................................893-7761 Reclaimed Water.....................................................................892-5111 Sanitation................................................................................893-7398 Sewer Repair...........................................................................893-7261 Street Light Outage..........................................................800-228-8485 Street Signs/Traffic Signals....................................................893-7421 Water Resources: ext. 0 ..........................................................893-7261 Water and Navigation ............................................................453-3385 (Dock permits, report Mangrove cutting, etc.) Weedon Island Preserve..........................................................453-6500

Dave Kandz.......................................642-8567 / dave@rbdigital.biz Roy O’Neil....................................578-8754 / royoneil@verizon.net Andrew Smith........................813-453-3407 / andrewacs@msn.com

We are your neighborhood civic association and we work for you to maintain and improve your neighborhood. If you have not joined or renewed your membership in the Riviera Bay Civic Association, please take a moment to fill out this membership form and bring it to the next meeting or send your dues to the address below. Please show your support by sending in at least $10.00. (A larger amount would be appreciated!) One association membership per household includes your spouse and children, to be purchased each calendar year.

I would like to join/rejoin the Riviera Bay Civic Association. Enclosed please find at least $10.00 (more is appreciated) association dues for our family for January through December. Name: _________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________________ Email: ________________________________________ Please make checks payable to: Riviera Bay Civic Association Mail to: Riviera Bay Civic Association, 9890 2nd St. North, St Pete, FL 33702 (727) 576-8443


RBCA News 2011-Mar/Apr