City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month; all meetings and occasional changes are publically noticed. Council Workshops held when needed, and are publically posted.
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5-30-2018 – Press Release – Meet-up with the Mayor @ in the Seminole Library LobbyPDF
4-09-2018 – Press Release – Local Artist captures essense of Seminole PDF
4-8-18: Vintage SEMINOLE – Art by Salazar
2018 State of the City – TBReporter 2-4-2018 PDF
State of the City of Seminole Address 1-24-17 PDF
7-1-2017 – Home Rule Matters LW OP Ed TBReporter PDF
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Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters in partnership with Seminole Junior Women’s Club have kicked-off a 3 month SOCK AND SOUP DRIVE. Items donated will benefit Operation Military Matters, Interfaith Food Pantry and PEMHS Mental Health clients.
“I always say that the citizens, churches, schools, and civic organizations of Seminole are always generous with their giving: “For a Better Seminole,” and for the “Good of the Greater community!”
Kathi Mackenstein, president of the Seminole Junor Women’s Club, reflects that her club’s goal is to work toward meeting the needs of clients of various community organizations.
Campbell soup and tube/crew socks are preferred.
Drop-off box at Seminole City Hall, 9199 113 St. North, next to the Post Office.
Thanks and Happy New Year 2019!
During the entire month of November 2018, please enjoy the spectacular display of 305 “sponosred” flags in front of City Hall, with scores of flags flowing over onto the Post Office property next door.
This was our Fourth Annual Field of Honor, compliments of the City of Seminole and the Seminole Kiwanis Breakfast Club. The Field of Honor Ceremony on Friday, November 2, was held in the Council Chambers, with standing room only. The Seminole Firefighertyer Honor Guard posted the colors, Kiwanian Loren Price, lead the Pledge of Allegiance, Captain Stanly Beach, US Navy, retired gave the Innovation. Keynote Speaker was Colonel Cary Harbaugh, U.S. Special Operations Command, MacDill AFB, Congressman Charlie Crist participated, and Gold Star Father Craig Gross, sang a tribute to his son, Frank, who was killed-in-action in 2011. God Bless America and God Bless our soldiers who gave their all, their families, our veterans, and those currently in uniform.
A new Pinellas Technical School @ Seminole has opened.
The Principal, Marti Giancola, will be the Guest Speaker at the Seminole Historical Society,
October 24, 2018, 7:00 meeting.
The Historical Museum is located at 7464 Ridge Road, over at City Park, west of the demolished Seminole Water Tower.
Refreshments will be served.
On Thursday, September 27, the 2018 Pinellas County Farm Bureau held their annual dinner at the Extension Office in Largo.
After several guest speakers, Fred Petty, former Pinellas Tax Collector and member of the Farm Bureau Board for decades was recognized for his long service. Fred has decided to retire from the Board, leaving the organization in good hands with Pam Singlinger, President of the Board and Deb Laramee, Past-President. Thank you ladies for your leadership!
Before Seminole Council Business Meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, Council Members peacefully posed via signs, slogans, sunbursts, hats and bloomin’ flowers… that Consitutional Home Rule is crucial to effective local self-government! The Florida Leguislature over the past 2 years have started to encroach on local government. Stay-back, Tallahassee! We the citizens and locally elected officals got this!
Be assured: We Live Local, We Eat Local, We Shop Local, We Work Local, We Give Local, We certainly can Govern Local!
Power to the Flowers and Power to the Folks of Seminole!
The First Annual Red-White & Blue Sparkle-Up Drive held during the month of July was a huge success thanks to the generosity of the citizens of the City of Seminole, the Seminole Jr. Women’s Club (Kathi Mackenstein, President,) in picture, and SPC-Seminole.
We collected over 300 household cleaning products, personal hygiene items, etc. for the the clients served by Personal Enrichment through Mental Health Services aka PEMHS Mental Health. The staff on behalf of many of their underserved families of PEMHS were very appreciative!
REMEMBER HURRICANE IRMA? Seminole CERT was preparing residents for the hit – before, during and after. Valuable community asset – Seminole CERT!
Seminole Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) topic at the July 17, 2018 monthly training was Fire Fighter Rehab. We learned to set-up tent, placement of all rehab items, coolers, mist fan, etc for use when firefighters rotate out for rest, until return to incident at hand. In the photos below you can see the equipment Seminole CERT has, all of use in assisting first responders by a great group of volunteer CERT members.
The 8th basic 15-hour CERT Course starts Thursdays 8/9 and 8/16, 6:30-9:30pm; & Sat., August18, 9-6:00pm. Interested? Plrease contact all Brad Dykens, 727-393-8711 x210. Hope to see you there!
Thank you Dr. Tonja Williams, President, St. Petersburg College, for your decades of leadership at St. Petersburg College!
Seminole City Council also appreciates the dedicated leadership of Provost Mark Strickland, in black jacket, SPC-Seminole campus. We love SPC-Seminole!