Commissioner Alaimo Supports Local Causes and Represents St. Johns County at the Florida Association of Counties
During the past few weeks, Vice Chair Roy Alaimo has been active in the St. Johns community as District 3 County Commissioner supporting local causes, as well as representing the entire county at the state level for various needs and issues.
On Nov.21 Commissioner was unanimously elected by the Board of County Commissioners to serve as Vice Chair. On Nov. 4, Commissioner Alaimo joined in the Ancient City Walk to Defeat ALS. This 1.5-mile walk
was held at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum. The ALS Association aims to raise awareness, fund education, increase community support, improve access to care, and encourage advocacy for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Commissioner Alaimo also spoke at the World Golf Village Alliance Meeting. It was a great opportunity to hear from residents about the future of the opportunities happening in area for redevelopment.
On Nov. 6, Commissioner Alaimo supported the St. Johns County Firefighters for Families 16th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. It raises funds for the Fighters for Families nonprofit organization which helps various charity initiatives in the community On Nov. 15, Commissioner Alaimo represented St. Johns County at the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) Legislative Conference in Tampa Bay. The “Building Florida’s Future” focused on presentations from the FAC’s Health, Safety & Justice Committee, Water & Environmental Sustainability Committee, and Community & Urban Affairs Committee.