Hillsborough County Florida Conservation and Environmental Lands Management Department We manage more than 61,000 acres of environmentally sensitive wildlife habitat and corridors acquired through the Jan K. Platt Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP).Management responsibilities include:Prescribed burningInvasive species controlWildlife inventoryTrail maintenanceFeral animal controlHabitat improvements for endangered and threatened species of plants and animalsELAPP is a voluntary program established for the purpose of providing the process and funding for identifying, acquiring, preserving and protecting endangered, environmentally-sensitive and significant lands in Hillsborough County. It is a citizen-based program with volunteer committees involved in every key aspect of the program. ELAPP is not a regulatory program, but lands are identified for the program because of their environmental significance.
November 13, 2015
Nov 13 Ruskin Gym Ribbon Cutting—10a
Nov 13 Ruskin Youth Flag Football Banquet—6:30p
Nov 19 Westchase Youth Flag Football & Cheer Banquet—6:30p
Nov 21 Back to the Springs Skate Contest at NW Skate Park—12-4p
Dec 11 Apollo Beach’s Holiday In The Park & Winter Break Jam 6-9p
Dec 11 All Staff Training Day at All People’s—10a
Dec 16 Holiday Luncheon at All People’s—11a
Holiday luncheon will be held at All People’s on December 16th at 11:00am — please turn
your $5 food donation in to your supervisor no later than December 4th.
We have a vacancy at Mango for a Recreation Program Specialist. For anyone interested
in laterally transferring, please contact Debbie Robinson by Tuesday, November 17th.
RECTRAC — Troubleshooting efforts are currently being conducted on RecTrac in re-
gards to all of the timeout errors that everyone has been experiencing.
CAPRA DUE DATE COUNTDOWN — T -minus- 49 Days!! (one step closer to Gold!)
Ruskin Recreation hosted our 3rd Annual Tomato Bowl and Punt-Pass and
Kick Contest Friday Night , Nov. 6th. Special thanks to Tasha Mingo for coor-
dinating the entire event. Thank you to Ruskin Team; Joy, Kevin, David, Jimmy,
Darlene, Alvaro and Greg for your dedication and hard work in making this
event a success. Pictures have been uploaded to G drive in Ruskin Region
Folder. TEAMWORK makes the DREAM work!! — Jackie Brown
The first ever Grind For Life skate contest held at a Hills-
borough County Skate Park was not only a huge success but a
memorable experience for the community. Last Saturday the
Brandon Skate Park hosted the final installment of the GFL
series and had over 80 contestants and 200 plus visitors for
the event. I want to personally thank several recreation em-
ployees who helped make this a smooth event: Carrie Albano-
notarized waivers, set-up/take down and supervised skaters.
Ross Caruso- set-up/take down and also came in the top ten
for the sponsored division street contest! Joey Pacheco