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Community News, June 27th
Tuesday, June 27th 12-3pm
Community Day & School’s Out Potluck & Pool Party
Come celebrate the completion of another school year with a pool party!
NEW this year, the party is being planned in conjunction with a Titan Pool Service sponsored COMMUNITY DAY. Local police, fire, and safety officials have been invited to set up interactive displays at Burke Station Swim Club. BSCA and BSSC Member, Aaron Reddell has offered to bring his diving gear for everyone to take a look at (maybe, even try on!) and will do a dive demonstration in our deep end diving well during the break!
- Hot dogs will be grilled and a big jug of lemonade provided!
- Please Bring a Side Dish or Dessert to Share.
- This event is open to the BSCA community and guest fees will not be collected.
*There will not be BSST practice in the morning in order to accommodate the TPS Lifeguard Olympics*
Wednesday, June 28
Due to a scheduled service appointment, swim team practice will be held 9am-12noon on Wednesday, June 28. We apologize for the inconvenience. The Swim Club will be open normal operating hours 11am-9pm, but please plan your swim time accordingly.
Community News, June 4th
Information on the June 1st Meeting regarding the proposed realignment of Burke Road
Burke Station Square Residents,
I recently attended the 1 Jun citizen information meeting conducted by FCDot on their proposed upgrades to the Burke Rd curve. The presentation by FC DoT was interesting and created several clarification questions and several follow-on questions. I have asked for a link to the actual presentation slides and will provide if available.
Comments on the presentation and discussion need to be to the project manager, Jeanmarie Roberson at email@example.com, by 16 Jun.
I’ve included several documents leading up to the FCDoT presentation for your background and information. A blank copy of the comment sheet for those that want to provide comments. An updated issue paper. I also am providing proposed comments to use on the comment sheet if you want to forward to the project manager and the flier FCDoT used to announce the meeting.
While the FC DoT proposal provides several areas of improvement to the existing road configuration, the proposal significantly increases speed around the Burke curve and most likely along most of Burke Rd. As a community, our number one concern is not to increase speeds along Burke Rd.
The FCDoT proposal did not invite the community for input into the design proposal and is reluctant to recognize there are significant safety impacts along the curve and along overall Burke Rd as a result of their design proposal. As part of the information meeting , FCDoT agreed to meet with members of the community to address our concerns and comments, I will work this with Supervisor Herrity’s office to schedule the meeting and see how FCDoT will address community concerns.
Pls forward to others in your community to provide comments and let FC DoT know we do not support the current design as proposed. If you provide comments and are willing to share with me pls send me a copy so I can make sure they are addressed.
Cheers, as always pls provide me feedback, I can provide additional
information if needed.
John S. Medeiros
For more information you can download the flyer or go to:
Community News, April 10th
Community News, April 1st
Burke Station Swim Club Memberships are now on sale!
- Burke Station Swim Club 2017 Newsletter
- Burke Station Swim Club 2017 Registration Forms
- Burke Station Swim Club 2017 Fee Structure
- Burke Station Swim Club 2017 Operating Hours