For several years, residents have been complaining about our unsightly southern perimeter. Unfortunately, even with the purchase of the country club by ClubLink, the mess along the perimeter still did not get cleaned up.
Watch this amazing documentary how stem cell treatments helped this Tamarac boy. A follow-up to last year’s story.
Woodlands residents who have homes that border NW 64th Ave may be interested in knowing how a few years ago, the City of Tamarac declined Lauderhill’s request to annex the East side of NW 64th Ave so they could build a wall and landscape it, matching the other side of their well-maintained street.
Did you know that we have a Citizens Observer Patrol program here in the Woodlands? The Citizen Observer Patrol (or COP) is the Broward Sheriff’s Office community policing program. Our residents help patrol the Woodlands all on BSO’s dime. They provide us with a car, gas and all upkeep. All we have to do is provide volunteers who will take the training class to become a COPs certified. Once certified and trained, residents drive around in pairs with different scheduled shifts throughout the week.
After the formation of the Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District, organization and funding issues have have taken priority over the goals of the district. This is to be expected in something so entirely new to the community and the city.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Who knew that the City of Tamarac was in the golf business? While east Tamarac has two empty golf courses sitting near the Mainlands and Sabal Palm, the City has decided that it wants to buy one of Colony West’s courses for $3 million dollars to preserve green space. What about […]
For weeks I’ve been trying to find out who maintains what around here. We have four streets that border the Woodlands and all four sides to our beautiful community need help. After our neighborhood meeting in May, the corner near Section Two at 64th Ave and Commercial Boulevard was going to be addressed by the […]
The Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District met on March 17th to discuss old and new business. Residents signed up to speak and share their thoughts during the public participation portion of the meeting where over 45 residents attended at the Section 6 clubhouse. The District voted to apply for a “seed grant” for dependent neighborhood districts […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron In the fall of 2010, I submitted some photos of some of our homes here in the Woodlands along with a letter to the editors of Atomic Ranch Magazine. The Spring 2011 issue is out and we are featured on page eight. This magazine is read by mid-century architecture buffs all […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron Have you ever been to Texas? If so, you’ve probably seen those “Drive Friendly” signs along the highways. I grew up thinking this was the state motto as it was so deeply ingrained in our psyche. Our state desperately needs these types of reminders on our roads. Maybe everyone should be […]