Please see UPDATE on Roseland Community Building
Board of County Commissioners Indian River County Florida Tuesday – November 5, 2019 9:00 AM Commission Agenda 12. DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS F. Public Works 12.F.1. Roseland Community BUILDING – MBV Work Order #12 ….As the building is not currently in habitable condition, staff is presenting the Board with Work Order #12 from MBV in the amount of $25,350 for design and permitting to complete the leveling of the building, repair all termite damage to the floors, replace the front door, remove and replace the existing concrete sidewalk to comply with ADA requirements, provide handicap parking, roof replacement, and address drainage issues that have contributed to the settlement of the building. This Work Order is for design and permitting to return the building to a habitable condition. It is not for the total restoration of the building to its original characteristics. Staff recommends approval of Work Order No. 12 for MBV Engineers, Inc., authorizing the above-mentioned professional services as outlined in the attached Scope of Services (Exhibit A) and requests the Board authorize the Chairman to execute Work Order No. 12 on their behalf for the total lump sum amount of $25,350.00.
2019 marks the 90th Anniversary for the “Historic” Roseland Community Building
For 2018-2019 Philanthropy, the Roseland Women’s Club has donated to the following local nonprofit organizations:
MICCO LIBRARY – IRC NORTH LIBRARY – FRIENDS OF ST. SEBASTIAN RIVER – SEBASTIAN AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY – SHILOH YOUTH RANCH – SAFE SPACE – ECUMENICAL COUNCIL FOOD PANTRY – JOE’S CLUB ALZHEIMER RESPITE
Temporary meeting location – Roseland Women’s Club
OLD FIREHOUSE – 8025 129th Court – Roseland, FL
The Roseland Women’s Club was established in 1923 for the improvement of the community of Roseland. In 1929, the club paid for the construction of a community building on county property, with the permission of the county, along the St. Sebastian River. This building has provided a meeting place for social, community and civic activities for members and the surrounding communities. This organization provides stipends to a variety of local entities supporting health and welfare for those in need through its annual fundraiser. The Roseland Women’s Club is a nonprofit public charity organization bringing people together from Indian River and Brevard Counties. Meetings are held in the Roseland Community Building, September through May. A social hour follows each meeting. New members are welcome.
Organizations benefited from our donations since 1923:
American Legion – Arthritis Fund – Care – Care Net – Crisis Pregnancy Center – Dimes for Liberty
Ecumenical Council – Fellsmere Library – Florida Children’s’ Home – Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch
Hacienda Girls Ranch – Home Nursing Service-IRC – Hospice of Brevard County – Hospice of IRC
Indian River Hospital Indian Scholarship – Indian Welfare – International Scholarship – IRC Volunteer Ambulance
Little League No. IRC – March of Dimes – Meals on Wheels – Brevard – Meals on Wheels – IRC
Micco Fire Dept. – Micco Library – National Polio Foundation – New York City Firefighters Fund
North County Library – Okeechobee Boys School – Our Father’s Table – Radio Free Europe – Red Cross
Retarded Children-Hope Chest – Roseland Christian Preschool – Roseland Library
Roseland Methodist Church – Roseland Sunday School – Roseland Volunteer Fire Dept.
Safe Space – Samaritan Center – Sebastian Historical Society – Sebastian School – Seminole Indian Student Fund
Shiloh Youth Ranch – SOS Cookies – Special Olympics – Brevard – Special Olympics – IRC
St. Williams Mission – The Lord’s Table – The Source – United Fund of IRC