Public safety has always been my highest priority. In the eight months since becoming your sheriff, the Broward Sheriff’s Office has worked hard to address one of the greatest concerns of Broward County – school safety.
Just an hour and a half before the sun came up Thursday – after a marathon 10-hour, nine-minute meeting– a proposal to redevelop two 18-hole golf courses sank to where developers aimed…
Chris Lips does not want to see the lake, and the golf course that sold him on his house turned into a swath of new homes in the Woodlands.
A developer will take a second shot in front of the city planning board Wednesday to get its approval for a plan to turn two golf courses at the Woodlands Country Club into hundreds of homes.
Hundreds of homes will start sprouting on two longtime golf greens, according to plans set to debut in front of the city planning board Wednesday.
Get ready for more space in the garage because in April and May, Woodlands residents can safely dispose of all types of household hazardous materials that they’ve been meaning throw out, but haven’t had a chance.
There is good news for motorists who received citations at Tamarac’s red light cameras prior to May 1, after Broward and Miami-Dade County courts ruled that thousands of the violations be thrown out.
After Mayor Harry Dressler announced he would not be seeking reelection, City Commissioner Michelle Gomez filed for the position leaving her District 2 seat wide open.
Three candidates are vying for Tamarac Mayor Harry Dressler’s seat after announcing last March he would not be seeking reelection: Michelle J. Gomez, Gerald Heller and Elvin Villalobos. Another candidate, Claudia M. Gomez, dropped out this month.
This month, local residents can help clean up local beaches as a part of the Ocean Conservancy’s 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup.