Central Florida Code Enforcement Association
Bruce Fleming, President
Central Florida Code Enforcement Association (CFCEA)
We are a large organization in Central Florida with members from Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia counties. The CFCEA holds meetings quarterly (Jan, Apr, Jul & Oct). These meetings have training opportunities which are approved by the IOG for F.A.C.E. credits. Check our website for future training at http://www.cfcea.org/ or contact our President, Bruce Fleming at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Our meetings offer free training for members and the opportunity to network with fellow code officers. Anyone interested in joining (the dues are still, only $20.00 a year), please contact our treasurer, Debra Boothe at email@example.com.
NEXT CFCEA Meeting:
When: Friday, October 13, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
Where: City of Melbourne Council Chamber, 900 East Strawbridge Ave, Melbourne, FL 32901
Speaker: Adam Conley, Assistant Attorney for City of Melbourne
Topic: Trespass Issues for Code Enforcement Officers
Lunch: The C.F.C.E.A. Board would also like to invite everyone to meet us for lunch prior to the meeting. This will be a great networking opportunity. We will be meeting for lunch at 11:00 a.m. at Meg O'Malleys Restaurant & Irish Pub. 812 E. New Haven Avenue Melbourne, Fl. 32901. Tel. No. (321) 952-5510. Click here for menu
Officer of the Quarter: Please remember to submit your nominations for Officer of the Quarter. Nominations can be from a co-worker, supervisor or other department within your organization. Nominations are open to any C.F.C.E.A. member in good standing and are held for one year. Please get these to a board member as soon as possible.
Scholarship Raffle: Reminder to all our members, when you attend the meetings, you have the opportunity for your name to be entered into our scholarship raffle, which will be drawn during the April meeting. What this means is that if your name is drawn, the C.F.C.E.A. will pay for your three day hotel stay and the conference registration, to the F.A.C.E. Annual Conference in June! You also have options to purchase additional tickets to increase your chances for the raffle
50/50 Raffle: We also have C.F.C.E.A. Polo shirts and T-shirts available for purchase as well as a 50/50 raffle! Remember to bring your business cards for the business card drawing
Annual Renewal Due October 31, 2017
It is coming that time again to renew your Central Florida Code Enforcement Association (C.F.C.E.A.) membership(s). Please see the attached CFCEA Membership Application. The Annual Fee is due by October 31, 2017. I am sending the renewal reminder early as most jurisdictions require written justification for membership(s) and approval by their appointing authority.
The C.F.C.E.A. offers lower cost options for maintaining certification to its members and the opportunity to meet with others in our profession. C.F.C.E.A. maintains the consistent offering of approved continuing education (CE) hours at each quarterly meeting with the potential of earning 8 CE hours annually. Training and association meetings are scheduled January, April, July, and October at various prior-announced locations in the Central Florida Area.
If you have any questions please email Debra Boothe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Members October 2016 through September 2018:
President – Bruce Fleming, Lake Mary, email@example.com
Vice President – Glen Guzman, Lake County
Secretary – Michelle German, Melbourne
Treasurer – Debra Boothe, Brevard County, re-elected, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sgt. At Arms – Maddie McDonald, Rockledge, re-elected
Past President - Dave Whitty, email@example.com
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