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Neighborhood yard sale on October 10th

The Gathering Church is holding its first ever neighborhood yard sale on October 10th! They're inviting all our neighbors to set up their wares for sale so reserve a space today at http://www.thegatheringstpete.org before it sells out.

Whether you want to clear out the garage and sell things or you want to find treasures to take home, it should be a fun day in with our neighbors. They’ll have a food truck to feed the masses so plan to make a day of it. The sale runs from 8 AM - 2 PM at 4400 Shore Acres Blvd NE.

Add the event to your calendar on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/785382322237814/?active_tab=about

Yard sale

Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Event

Saturday, Sept. 12 at 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

St. Petersburg College Allstate Center
3200 34th St. S.

Safely dispose and recycle chemicals and electronics, such as old computers, TVs, paint, fluorescent bulbs and fertilizer.

Event Information:

For details about accepted items and quantity limits, please visit http://www.pinellascounty.org/solidwaste/mobileoptions.htm Collection may be delayed or canceled due to severe weather.
Electronics and chemicals generated by businesses are not accepted at mobile collection events. For business collection dates, visit: www.pinellascounty.org/bizwaste
For questions or live chat, please call Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste at 727-464-7500 or www.pinellascounty.org/solidwaste

Special instructions:

For the safety of customers and staff:
Before the event: customers are asked place electronics and chemicals in the vehicle trunk, back of a pick-up truck, SUV or trailer bed.
During the event:
Social distancing of at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) will be observed.
Customers are asked to remain in their vehicles.
All items must be in the vehicle trunk, back of a pick-up truck, SUV, or trailer bed.
Staff will not remove items from vehicle interiors.

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Monterey / Almedo Way Traffic Calming Project To Start May 26, 2014

We wanted to share information provided to us by the city with regards to the Monterey / Almedo Way traffic calming project. The residents of Snell Isle voted on, and approved, this project in August 2013.

At this time the city has this project on their construction calendar for May 26th. Before the actual construction takes place, the city will conduct a “test” of the layout of the "chicanes" so residents can confirm their locations. We will continue to post updates on this project here as information is provided by the city.

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About Snell Isle

image Snell Isle is home to the historic The Vinoy® Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club, one of the Nation's premier golf courses.
image Our tropical surroundings provide waterfront vistas for most residents. Over 80% of the homes on Snell Isle enjoy waterfront views.
image In 1920, local developer C. Perry Snell began construction on what was originally, a muddy mangrove island.

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