KOWOA OFFICE HOURS:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9:00am-2:00pm
closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00pm
Closed on Fridays, Weekends, & all Federal Holidays
Weathering the Storm:
Residents can directly contact KOWOA office or Marion County at (352) 671-8686.
UPDATES ON COUNTY WORK IN OUR AREA
SW 49th Ave– SW 49th Ave will not get underway until 2024. The public meeting that was discussed during the March 2nd membership meeting has been delayed (it was intended for Apr/May). This will likely not occur until late in the year (Fall-ish). We will be sure to update you on the new date.
Community signage– After the County completes SW 49th Ave’s widening, we will be able to discuss the land needed to put up the entrance markers for KOWOA's community signage. We will be using non dues funds (Estoppel income, etc...) for this project.
SW 95th St/I-75 interchange – this interchange is no longer a scheduled project.
Sidewalks – County will help in researching what grants may be available for the neighborhood to use for sidewalk installations. The County does plan to put sidewalks on SW 49th Ave with the widening project, as well as a trail on the same side. January 2020
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OFFENDER UPDATE FROM MARION COUNTY
YOU HAVE A NEW BOARD, Your current Directors are as follows:
1. Oscar Diaz _ President
2. Joe Legere _ Vice President
5. Onel Nunez _ Members Advocate
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A BOARD MEMBER PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE
Next meeting will be March 14th 2020 @ 6:30 pm
Queen of Peace Church
6455 SW State Rd 200
There are no bans at this time. We will keep you updated as the information changes.
Firefighters urge you to follow these safety tips:
Hurricane Season Officially starts on June 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020
For hurricane kits and information visit:
To track current hurricanes visit:
Securing Your Home:
Know how to secure your home in the event of damaging winds, storm surge, flooding,
and Power Outages. Visit the Florida Goverement websites at www.stateofflorida.com/articles/hurricane and nch.noaa.gov
These sites will cover the following needed information to keep you and your loved ones safe.e
Cash on hand
Air Conditioning and power outages
And importantly, check out this food safety guide for when to discard your perishable food: http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/refridg_food.html
Stay safe and well