Monthly Archives: December 2012

November 2012 Real Estate Sales Results — Coral Ridge

According to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors 16 homes sold in Coral Ridge during November 2012.  Six of the sales were distressed properties (2 short sales and 4 bank-owned).  Following is a breakdown of the sales: Continue reading

Coral Ridge Association Holiday Party Saturday!

Come join us this Saturday, December 22, 2012 at George English Park (1101 Bayview Drive) from 2:00 to 4:00 pm for the 12th Annual Coral Ridge Association Holiday Party.  Great fun for kids and adults alike with refreshments for all.  There will be hayrides with 2 horses for kids and adults, a petting zoo, bungee jumping, and a huge double lane slide.  Santa and Mrs. Clause will also be there for photos.  And, if scheduling permits, the City of Fort Lauderdale Fire Department will be there with a fire truck on display.  Please bring an almost new toy for a donation to charity.  This party is a great annual tradition for neighborhood kids and adults.  Help get the word out about our party.  Forward this post to your neighborhood friends, and click here for a flyer you can print out and give to your neighbors.  See you on Saturday at this great family neighborhood event!

December 13 Board Meeting

The Association Board Meeting this month is tonight, Thursday, December 13, at 7:00 p.m. at the George English Park Community Center.  The complete agenda for the meeting is here.  The highlights of the agenda include:

  • Crime statistics by the Fort Lauderdale Police;
  • Annual Holiday Party -  Saturday December 22, 2 - 4 pm - Volunteers Needed (popcorn manager, table and chair set up, hayride manager);
  • A1A Meeting Report;
  • Committee Reports; and
  • New business.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

A1A Restoration Meeting December 10 – Impact on Bayview Drive?

According to Mayor Seiler, "erosion from Hurricane Sandy, coupled with extreme seasonal high tides, strong winds, and ocean swells, have impacted a small, four-block portion of State Road A1A on Fort Lauderdale Beach." As a result, "this area of A1A has been restricted to one lane in each direction since November 23, when the two former northbound lanes had to be closed due erosion of the beach caused by extreme high tides." On December 10, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, representatives from the Florida Department of Transportation, Broward County and the City of Fort Lauderdale will hold a Public Meeting on A1A Restoration at the Beach Community Center located at 3351 NE 33 Avenue to provide information and updates about the status of the beach and the roadway. A question for residents of Coral Ridge is what impact, if any, will restoration have Continue reading