Corridor Connection: August 2009

August 15, 2009

SCBA Trinity Levees Business at Lunch Meeting


 

Over 100 guests gathered at the July 28, 2009 SCBA meeting to hear presentations from the City of Dallas and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Our guest speakers, Liz Fernandez, Gary Zimmerer and Linda Delamare addressed the potential impact of rising flood insurance costs and the effect on business and property owners in the Stemmons Corridor if FEMA is required to release new flood maps for Dallas. For more information about what was discussed, please click the links below for a copy of the presentations from our speakers.

  • City of Dallas
  • FEMA

Another great resource for some frequently asked questions regarding the levees and the re-certification process can be found by clicking here.

SCBA would like to thank the for generously sponsoring this event.

SCBA August Public Safety Meeting


 

Deputy Chief Malik Aziz was our guest speaker at the August 12, 2009 SCBA Public Safety meeting held at MCM Elegante Hotel & Suites. Chief Aziz has been with the Northwest Division for over 2 years and oversees close to 250 police officers in his command. He reported that both violent and non-violent crime is down in the Stemmons Corridor by 7% and 11% respectively. Chief Aziz also discussed the success of the Bait Car Program and police efforts to address homelessness in the area. We appreciate all the officers in the Northwest Division who work hard to protect the Stemmons Corridor and make it a safe place to work and live. Thanks again to our sponsor, MCM Elegante Hotel & Suites for generously providing lunch for this event.

SCBA Member Highlight

Congratulations to SCBA member, CitySprint, for their recent recognition in the Dallas Business Journal as one of the top women-owned businesses in the metroplex. CitySprint offers full courier and delivery services, making over 220,000 deliveries per year. Their specialty is performing medical deliveries. Their focus is on getting it there fast, safely and accurately. They offer STAT, Routine, Scheduled, Direct, 1, 2 and 4 hour service levels. In addition, they offer custom designed service levels to meet the demands of a diverse client base. Their vehicle sizes are cars, trucks and vans. Although they are local, they are positioned to handle regional and national accounts by utilizing their City Sprint Network throughout various states. Please visit http://www.citysprint.com/ for more information.

One call to CitySprint does it all 1.800.DELIVER®