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GREETINGS 


Fellow Hypoluxo residents and friends,

As Mayor I want keep you informed as to what is happening here in the Town of Hypoluxo, your town. Your elected officials and staff are dedicated to keeping Hypoluxo a town of which you can be proud.  Your input and suggestions are always welcomed, and I encourage you to participate in your local government through the election process and by attending the monthly Council meetings scheduled on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM.

Former Council member and Vice Mayor Mr. William Smith whose term of office ended on March 21, 2018 decided not to seek reelection.  On March 13, 2018 Councilman Richard Roney was re-elected, unopposed for a three-year term on Hypoluxo Town Council and Mr. Robert Leupp was elected, unopposed for a three-year term on Hypoluxo Town Council.

Hypoluxo's Town Councilpersons are Richard Roney who will service as Vice Mayor, Brad Doyle, Christine Nagy, Linda Allen and Robert Leupp.  The next scheduled Hypoluxo election is March 10, 2020.

At the March 21, 2018 Hypoluxo Town Council meeting, the Mayor recommended and Council appointed Mr. Mark Albright and Mr. Thomas Kerwin to serve on Hypoluxo's Planning and Zoning Board for two-year terms.  The Mayor recommended and Council appointed Dr. Thomas Ermolovich as the alternate member of that Board.

Hypoluxo's Planning and Zoning Board members are Claude Edwards, Chairman, John Underwood Vice Chairman, John Sochacki, Mark Albright, and Tom Kerwin with Tom Ermolovich serving as the alternate member.

Hypoluxo's Town Hall outside refurbishment has commenced starting with the installation of a hurricane shutter on one unprotected large window, a termite inspection, with the roof cleaning to follow, and finally pressure cleaning and painting of the whole building.  Once the building is completed, we will have the parking lot resurfaced and restriped.  Our goal is to make our Town Hall look as beautiful as it did when new.

For more useful information and other Hypoluxo happenings, please visit the Hypoluxo website at https://www.hypoluxo.org.

I hope this information is useful to you.  Please continue to check the web site for updates.

 

Sincerely,

 

Michael Brown, Mayor

Town of Hypoluxo