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Important Notices

Living Well with Chronic Conditions, Now in Florence!
Do you have a Health Condition that Affects Your Daily Life?
Learn how to live a better life with Stanford University’s:
• Free 6-week program. Participants get a free copy of the book “Living A Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions”
• For anyone living with one or more chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, arthritis or heart disease
• Weekly workshops (starting March 4, 2019) on topics such as managing medications, dealing with fatigue and depression, managing symptoms, and more
• Workshop is informative and interactive, with brainstorming and sharing activities
Click below for links:
Copies of the flyer are available at the office upon request.
Click the link below to view the flyer.
The Cannery Station PUD submission will be on the agenda for the June 12, 2018 Planning  Commission Meeting. The meeting will be held at the Florence Event Center and will start promptly at 5:30 pm. If you are interested in what will be built there and the many variances being requested plan on attending.  We will put a link to the Cannery Station PUD below when it becomes available. Supporting documents can be found at the bottom of the linked page. The office has the entire PUD at the office. It is too large to send or print. If you would like a copy bring a thumb drive to the office and we will copy it for you. Please call and schedule before coming down.
Report from the signage Ad-hoc Committee
The Board created an ad-hoc committee to research and present their finding on requiring contractors/vendors to have visible signs on their vehicles. Their report is attached below.
Telephone Scams/Solicitations
Over the last several months the office has heard from different residents regarding calls they receive from solicitors. Some appear to be legitimate others obvious scams. The office has no way of knowing what is a scam or legitimate for certain. 
So I have done a bit of looking online and found the following information from the Federal Trade Commission website (Click here to view). The consumer information available here is very informative and easy to read. It outlines several different things to look for and questions to ask when you receive a call you might believe to ba a scam. The site also has a link to file a complaint online with step by step questions. There is also a number to call, 1-888-382-1222.