Adopt-A-Tree (Free Trees!)

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If you lost any trees to hurricane Hermine, you’ve got a chance to get up to two replacement trees free. The City just kicked off the annual Adopt-a-Tree program.¬†Residents may request up to two trees, to be planted on a public street right-of-way within the City limits, and agree to keep each tree watered for […]

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The LPNA Mailing List – Information on Your Neighborhood

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If you would like to be included on the LPNA mailing list, or if you would like us to make an announcement via the mailing list, please contact us at lafayetteparkna@gmail.com. The mailing list is used to reach the LPNA members on topics such as lost pets or items, community activities, LPNA events and issue […]

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Kate Sullivan to LPNA: Thanks!

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Following hurricane Hermine, David Mitchell and the LPNA organized crews to clear the Miccosukee Road sidewalks and Kate Sullivan grounds to allow the kids to walk to school safely.¬† A crowd of about thirty responded, including familiar LPNA faces and community members from as far away as the Buck Lake area. Kate Sullivan principal Pam […]

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Upcoming Board Meeting: September 8th

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The third quarter Lafayette Park Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm, on Thursday, September 8th, at the Sue McCollum Center. Any Lafayette Park neighbor is welcome to attend and hear the latest developments/issues surrounding our neighborhood.

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LPNA wants your Email Address

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A letter to the editor was published in the Tallahassee Democrat about the Gadsden Rd Rezoning. The author, Lou Wagner, had only learned about the rezoning threat because of an LPNA flyer that was delivered to his door. We were happy to distribute the flyers but they are costly to print and time consuming to […]

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