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.
Car thefts and burglaries aren’t just a problem in the Woodlands, it’s a county-wide issue. But for the residents that live in the community, it’s important for them to feel like their possessions are safe at all times.
If you drive quickly, you may miss it, but it’s there in between the palm trees: the large sculpture by Roger White Stoller.
Eating vegan food has scientifically proven health benefits plus, it is compassionate to animals and protects the environment.
Kids will love the City of Tamarac’s annual Rudolph’s Winter Wonderland for a holly jolly night of reindeer games.
The holidays are going to the dogs this year at Tamarac’s annual Paws with Claus event.