Vice-Chair Roy Alaimo Addresses Key Community Issues at St. Johns County Civic Roundtable Meeting

Vice-Chair Roy Alaimo, District 3, was the featured guest speaker during the January St. Johns County Civic Roundtable Meeting held on Monday, January 8. The Vice-Chair engaged the audience in a comprehensive discussion covering various crucial topics affecting the local community.

Among the issues addressed were infrastructure development, community resiliency, affordable housing, state legislative affairs, the Comprehensive Plan, and ongoing Capital Improvement Projects. Vice-Chair Alaimo provided valuable insights and perspectives on these matters, shedding light on their significance for the St. Johns County community.

Expressing gratitude for the opportunity to speak at the Roundtable, Vice-Chair Alaimo commended Beth Tate, Vice-Chair of the Roundtable, for hosting an interactive question and answer session.

Vice Chair Roy Alaimo emphasized the importance of such sessions in addressing resident concerns and discussing matters that hit close to home.

“It was such an honor to be invited to speak at the St. Johns County Civic Roundtable,” remarked Vice-Chair Alaimo. “I would like to thank Beth Tate for hosting an engaging Q&A session. Getting to listen to residents’ concerns and discussing issues that directly impact our community fuels my passion for civic service.”

For those seeking more information about the St. Johns County Roundtable, including upcoming events and initiatives, visit their official website.