Quarterly Meeting to Feature Update on St. Pete’s Water, Sewer, and Street Management Plan

St. Petersburg is in the midst of a population and development boom. High rise condominium towers are radically altering the city’s skyline. New residents are moving to the Sunshine City from various points north. So, what’s the impact of all this growth on the city’s infrastructure? Do we have the capacity to service the increasing demands on our water and sewer systems? Can our historic streets weather the increasing traffic? These topics will be the focus of the September 18 HONNA quarterly meeting guest speaker, Claude Tankersley, St. Pete Public Works Administrator. The meeting will be held at Westminster Palms, 939 Beach Drive NE at 7:00 pm.

In addition to Claude’s overview of the increasing demands on the city’s infrastructure, Old Northeast residents will get updates from HONNA board members on other news affecting the neighborhood as well as upcoming events, including the season’s first porch party set for September 22. All Old Northeast residents are encouraged to attend.