at Keller Williams Tampa Properties 3450 Busch Blvd, Tampa, 33628 United States
Merging my 20+ years in marketing and project management with my passion for real estate - and all things Tampa Bay - for the benefit of my clients.
Since arriving in Tampa more than 28 years ago, I've lived, worked and played throughout the Tampa Bay area - from Clearwater to South Tampa to New Tampa to St. Petersburg to Carrollwood - and many parts in between. The greater Tampa area has many progressive and positive changes on the horizon and I'm excited for all of us - current and future residents alike. It's a great time to be part of this community. There is no such thing as the perfect home - but there is the perfect home for YOU and YOUR Family. Together we can figure out what is on your "must have" vs. "nice to have" list to target your search for your new home. Through Keller Williams, I have access to some amazing resources that will make the home buying process smooth and efficient. Looking to sell your home? Let me help you get the best price for your home, in the quickest amount of time and with the least amount of headaches from contract to closing. Through a detailed market analysis, I can show you what your house is worth in today's market. Through our extensive data compilation and analysis, we can track trends in real time to ensure sure your home is well positioned to sell quickly. Know someone looking to buy or sell? Referrals are always appreciated. Your family, friends and neighbors will receive the same excellent client service you've come to expect from me and Keller Williams Tampa Properties.
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City of Tampa - Storm Update #3 11:30 am 8/3/15 Rain is expected to continue throughout the day today, Monday, August 3, 2015. The next high tide for the area will occur at approximately 5 p.m. which will impact drainage as motorists commute home this evening. Please allow for extra time and avoid driving unless necessary. Residents should report all flooding issues by calling (813) 274-3101. To report any tree limbs blocking the right of way, please call (813) 274-5744. As the water table subsides, residents should expect an increased number of utilities cave ins. Please call to report any issue within the roadway at (813) 274-3101. Solid Waste Collection Suspended Residential and commercial solid waste pick up for today, Monday, August 3, 2015 has been suspended due to weather. Residents scheduled with pick today will receive service on the next regularly scheduled collection day, Thursday, August 6, 2015. For questions or concerns, please call the Utilities Call Center at (813) 274-8811. Utilities Wastewater pumping stations throughout the city continue to be over capacity due to heavy rainfall. Residents are reminded to stay out of standing flood water. Standing water will contain bacteria related to the wastewater overflows along with insects and other animals. Residents experiencing a wastewater overflow on personal property (either yard or structure) should call (813) 259-1693 to report the issue. Sandbags Sandbags are available today, Monday, August 3, 2015 until 4 p.m. at three locations, which are as follows: Bobby Hicks Pool (4201 W. Mango Avenue), Jackson Heights Playground (3310 E. Lake Avenue), and City of Tampa Solid Waste (4010 W. Spruce Street). Sand and bags are available at all locations. Tampa residents interested in receiving sandbags must show identification verifying residence within the city limits. A valid driver's license, utility bill, or electric bill will serve as appropriate identification. Street Closures Several major arterial roadways are currently closed. Those are as follows: 21st Av from 39th St to 50th St is flooded 22nd St and Linebaugh – flooded 30th St South of Fowler Av is flooded 47th St from Shadowlawn Av to Giddens Av is flooded 50th St and Acline Dr is underwater 50th St and Adamo Dr is flooded Armenia Av and Herman St is flooded Armenia Av and Swann Av is flooded Armenia Av N of Busch Bl is flooded. Bayshore Bl and Platt St is partially flooded Bayshore southbound from Platt St to Rome Av is flooded Bougainvillea and 30th St is flooded Columbus Dr between 40th St and 50th St is partially covered by water Columbus from 40th St to 50th St is mostly underwater Dale Mabry Bl and Henderson St is flooded Florida Av and Knollwood is nearly covered by water – use caution Hanna Av and 26th St is covered by water Himes Av at Tampa Bay Bl is flooded Himes Av is also flooded at Kennedy Jones Av and Skagway Av is close due to water Kennedy Bl and Meridian Av is flooded Kennedy Bl at Oregon Av is flooded Kennedy Bl at Swann Av is flooded Kennedy Bl from North B St to Cypress St is flooded Lake Av and Avon Av covered by water Lake Av and Central Av has water up to the sidewalk – use caution or alternate route Lake Av and Jefferson St completely underwater Lake Av between 48th St and the 4600 blk is flooded (will likely stay flooded throughout the day) Linebaugh Av at 9th St is flooded Linebaugh Av east of Nebraska is flooded Macdill Av and Kennedy Bl flooded Macdill Av and Swann Av is flooded Manhattan Av and Bay to Bay Bl is not passable Macdill from Kennedy south past Swann Av is flooded in all lanes (incl Cleveland, Platt, Azeele, Horatio…) Manhattan Av between Gandy Bl and Ballast Point Bl is closed MLK Bl at Tampania Av is flooded on the south side of MLK Nebraska and Fern cannot be passed due to water coverage Nebraska north of Broad is down to one lane Neptune St and Dale Mabry Hw flooded Osborne Avenue up to Florida is surrounded by water and down to 1 lane. Roads around Robles Park Apartments (Lake Av, Virginia Av, Kentucky Av) dealing with high water Rome Av and Cleveland St under water Swann Av from Macdill Av to Armenia Av is flooded Waters Av and Jones Av is underwater West Shore Bl between Laurel St and Cypress St is flooded Woodlawn Av between Poplar Av and Mytrle Av is mostly underwater Storm Debris Storm debris disposal options available to City of Tampa residents are as follows: Curbside Pick-up: City of Tampa residents may place storm debris at the curbside for collection. Debris should be placed away from obstructions such as mailboxes, parked vehicles, fences, water meters, etc. Schedule Pick-up: Residential customers wishing to schedule storm debris pickups are encouraged to call the customer service call center at (813) 274-8811 during business hours Monday through Friday, or contact the Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management online via the customer service request center at http://www.tampagov.net/appl_customer_service_center/. Debris may also be dropped off at the McKay Bay Transfer Station. Safety Precautions During any heavy rainfall or severe weather event, the City of Tampa encourages the motoring public to heed traffic advisories, obey traffic signs/detours, and to exercise caution when driving in and around standing water. Do not drive through water – it is difficult to determine how deep the water is. It is best to avoid driving unless necessary. Treat non-functioning traffic signals as a 4-way stop. If you see a road closed, please follow the detour signs. Avoid any downed or hanging power lines - they may be live. Stay up-to-date Sign up for Alert Tampa, the city’s official emergency alert system, to receive time sensitive notifications which will be sent directly to your email, cell phone, and in some cases, home phone. Alert Tampa will provide you the official information you can use to keep your business, your home, and your family safe. To sign up today, visit our website at tampagov.net/alerttampa or call (813) 231-6184. Updates are being shared on social media via Facebook on the City of Tampa Government and Tampa Police Department pages, and via Twitter @cityoftampa and @tampapd. Residents are also encouraged to stay tuned to local television and radio stations for information.