North Port St. Joe coalition to Zoom Saturday afternoon
Pastor Chester Davis, president of the North Port St. Joe Project Area Coalition, has scheduled a Zoom Meeting for this Saturday, Feb. 20 at 12:30 p.m. EDT.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide updates on the projects, programs, and initiatives that are ongoing or being planned for the community of North Port St. Joe. Please join us for the very informative meeting that is planned.
Join Zoom meeting at https://tinyurl.com/y62v4v37. The Meeting ID is 813 6933 5469, and the Passcode is 810546.
If you wish to dial in, you may call 1-(301) 715 8592 (Washington DC) or 1 (312) 626 6799 (Chicago) and enter the ID and passcode.
Following the opening prayer and scheduled reports, Dannie Bolden will provide details on the 2021 annual report filed with the state on behalf of the Port St. Joe Project Area Coalition and Gulf County Community Land Trust.
City Commissioner Eric Langston and County Commissioner Sandy Quinn will provide updates on the city and county projects either planned or underway in the community they represent.
Sarah Quaranta, administrator of the Florida Department of Health in Gulf /Franklin County will provide an update of COVID-19 vaccination efforts. Dr. Andrew Chinn, associate dean of the School of Architecture and Engineering Technology at Florida A&M University, will provide an update on the 2020-21 Department of Commerce Economic Development Grant for NPSJ.
Dr. Jeff Carney, associate professor of architecture, and director of the Florida Resilient Cities Program at the University of Florida, will provide a brief overview of the ongoing efforts of the FRC program in the city.
Bonita Johnson, regional coordinator of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s College and underserved Community Partnership Program; and Dr, Kwame Daaku, assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences at the University of West Florida, will provide an update on the technical assistance provided to the North Port St. Joe Community.
Nancy Stuart, executive director of the Citizens of Gulf County Recovery, will provide Hurricane Michael recovery updates from the Citizens of Gulf County Recovery Team.