CONGRATULATIONS! CANA President Paul Rolli received the Community Spirit Award – Individual Volunteer of the year and Mayor Resnick proclaimed May 14, 2016 as PAUL ROLLI DAY. Broward County Mayor Kiar proclaimed May 24, 2016 - PAUL ROLLI APPRECIATION DAY as recommended by County Commissioner Tim Ryan.
WELCOME to new CANA Board members Matthew Gill and Ray Carrier
JUDGES FORUM TO BE HOSTED BY THREE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSNS Meet the judicial candidates on July 20th at 7pm at Hagen Park - Forum moderated by the League of Women Voters
THE MORE VARIETY, THE BETTER THE SOCIETY
a founding member and past president, it has been a true honor to
also serve as a board member for CANA the past two years. CANA was
conceived in 2007 when area residents were concerned about the real
estate boom and the impact of development on its neighborhood. The
idea was for CANA to be the voice to our city leaders, and, indeed,
all these years later, it has served in that capacity quite well.
membership has grown steadily over the past few years and we continue
to add new members as folks discover us. And, while we are pleased
with the community’s interest in CANA, we are also seeking ways to
improve the diversity of our membership so that the organization
truly reflects the community as a whole.
wondered about CANA? Maybe you’ve heard about us, but aren’t
quite sure if we’re your cup of tea. So, accept this invitation to
give us a try by attending one of our meetings and/or talking to one
of our Directors. We’re betting you’ll enjoy your time with us,
and we’re hoping you’ll become a member. We haven’t completed
our mission yet and we need your help.
in CANA requires an individual to be a Wilton Manors resident, either
property owner or renter, and at least 18 years of age.
questions? Send an email to membership@CANAWM.org
with your contact information. It would be our pleasure to speak with
you directly. In my time with CANA, I’ve come to agree with what
Helen Keller said: “Alone we can do so little, but, together we can
do so much.” Please, join us. There is much to do! - Constance
ASSOCIATIONS WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE BETTER….
April 13, 2016, the three neighborhood associations co-sponsored a
forum to learn about proposed changes to the City Code of Ordinances.
Community Development Services Director Roberta Moore explained the
proposed changes and sought public input. Code Enforcement
Supervisor Julio Davila also participated to field questions about
code enforcement. We ask that everyone pay attention to the City
Commission and Planning and Zoning calendars to keep up on code
changes that are on agendas for public hearings so you can attend and
voice your opinion.
JOIN CANA or pay membership dues by using PayPal via the CANA website
meetings are held at 7p.m. at Hagen Park. Parking is FREE.