Northeast Association of Code Enforcement
Lori Troxel, President
There’s no better place to start building your professional network and honing your enforcement skills than close to home. N.E.A.C.E. Chapter membership provides you with more than just a way to develop professionally — it allows you to become part of a local group of code enforcement professionals with whom you can discuss issues and concerns as they relate to our area, share experiences, and network for ease of problem solving and fellowship. N.E.A.C.E. members receive bi-monthly training opportunities that enhance their professional growth, and help them meet their F.A.C.E. CEH requirements.
N.E.A.C.E. Membership is $20.00 per year, and runs December 1st through November 30th of each year. The two options for membership are Active Member – Any person in good standing with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, and Associate Membership -any person or organization interested in the objectives of the CHAPTER. Simply fill out the NEACE Membership Application and mail it to the address listed on the application or better yet come to our next meeting and deliver it in person.
The Northeast Association of Code Enforcement is a non-profit, non-political organization of Code Enforcement Professionals in the N.E. Region of Florida. The Chapter has a Board of Directors, elected by its members in accordance with the Northeast Florida Chapter of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement By-laws. The main focus of N.E.A.C.E. is to study and advance the science and practice of code enforcement through certification, training and the exchange of ideas, information and technology. Read the full version of our By-Laws here:
When: September 13, 2017
Where: City of Jacksonville Beach
Speaker: Susan Erdelyi, of Marks and Gray, P.A
FACE Membership Committee
A message from your 3rd Vice President.... I am currently putting together the Membership Committee for F.A.C.E. and would like to include a representative from the North Florida area. If you have any members that would be interested please have them submit a Committee interest form to email@example.com as soon as possible. Thank you and I look forward to serving all the F.A.C.E. membership.
The Membership Committee shall meet as necessary and shall be responsible for the active recruitment of new members and the retention of present members. The membership committee is chaired by the 3rd Vice President.
Michael J Hauserman
3rd Vice President
Florida Association of Code Enforcement
Thank You NEACE!
NEACE received a very nice Thank You card from our new F.A.C.E. President Bill VanHorn and his committee for our gift card donation to the Conference this year. The conference was very successful , so we should send a huge shout out of thanks to our own Chris Cooper and Michelle Forstrom for their dedication and hard work participating on the program committee this year. The program committee has to work hard not only throughout the year, but also during the conference so THANK YOU BOTH for helping to make great things happen for our membership at Conference this year! NEACE Thank You Card
Future Meeting Dates/Locations:
November 8 – Clay County Solid Waste (Nominations for the 2018 Board)
December 13 – St. Johns County - (Elections)
Previous Training Meetings:
May 10, 2017 - Fraud, Waste, and Abuse NEACE MEETING AGENDA May 2017
March 8, 2017 - Mental Health First Aid NEACE MEETING AGENDA March 2017
January 11, 2017 - Tree Risk Assessment NEACE MEETING AGENDA Jan 2017
December 14, 2016 - Board Elections only NEACE Agenda 2016-12-14
November 9, 2016 - “I see dead people, but they are not complying with my Notice of Violation!” (Dealing with deceased owners/probate) NEACE Agenda 2016-11-9
September 14, 2016 - Mosquito Borne Illnesses and Prevention NEACE Agenda 2016-9-14
July 13, 2016 - Burning Illegal Material
May 11, 2016 - Richard Zicht, Program Manager for Healthy Families St. Johns / Agency Coordination
March 9, 2016 - Active Shooter and Mass Violence Scenarios
Meet your current NEACE board members: