Can robotic parking machines change how people feel about parking garages?
Will a new pumping system, almost complete, keep Sunset Harbour dry the next time we have a full moon and high tide at the same time?
When will the city of Miami Beach finish work on the new Collins Canal seawall and adjacent bike path?
Should digital signage — also known as electronic billboards — be allowed as part of Miami Beach bus shelters?
All those issues and more are one the agenda for the Belle Isle Residents Association annual meeting, which happens Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Belle Plaza meeting room, 20 Island Ave.
The gathering starts social at 6 p.m., and the meeting should begin at 7.
Representatives from the city of Miami Beach will be on hand to discuss a variety of projects, and hear from residents, says association president Scott Diffenderfer.
Here’s a look at the full agenda:
Discussion and updates on the following City, County and developer projects:
— Collins Canal Seawall and Dade Blvd. Bike Path
— Alton Road Construction and traffic detour plans which will affect West Avenue and Venetian Way
— Ongoing Sunset Harbour Flooding and Pump Station Enhancement project
— Venetian Islands construction on side streets
— Proposed expansion and addition of parking at Standard Hotel
— Proposed Hotel on 17th Street and West Avenue
— Introduction of Miami Beach United
— Update on selection of City Manager
– Update on Convention Center Expansion
— Discussion of request to install Electronic Billboards to bus shelters in Miami Beach
— Timeline and info on how to register your SunPass for use on the Venetian Causeway
— Open forum for residents to ask questions and provide comments