Woodlands residents are invited to a question and answer session presented by the property owners of the Central Parc South Community to discuss the development that is being built across the street from Rock Island Road.
The Woodlands doesn’t allow garage sales, however many people skirt around this rule by having an “estate sale.” Sounds so much more classier, doesn’t it?
It is with a heavy heart I sent the following letter to the newly elected Chairperson of the Broward Republican Executive Committee this morning.
By: Sharon Aron Baron There weren’t many changes after the 2014 elections affecting our community, although one commissioner was finally elected after serving on and off for several years in an appointed position. City Commissioner Michelle Gomez who won with 69 percent of the vote was appointed to replace suspended commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad the first time back in […]
Having company over and would like beer or wine for lunch on Sunday? Maybe you’re heading to a tailgate party and need to stock up before the game. Well, forget about buying these items in the City of Tamarac because our antiquated ordinance forbids retailers and restaurants from selling or serving alcohol before noon on Sunday.
By: Sharon Aron Baron In 2002, residents of Broward County voted for a countywide emergency response system to address a fragmented system of emergency call processing and dispatching. With the increasing use of cell phones, the regional 911 system will eliminate inefficiencies, reduce costs and result in better emergency response because calls will not have […]
I received a phone call today from someone telling me that an arrest warrant was underway if I didn’t pay my taxes from 2011. I picked up my cellphone and camera and recorded the call as I could tell I was going to have fun with this.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Broward Sheriff’s Office wants to know how they are doing. BSO values your opinion, therefore, in an effort to better serve the Woodlands, they are asking residents input on a brief survey. The survey is intended to measure the agency’s effectiveness in providing the best possible public safety services to all residents and visitors of […]
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing forms of crime in the world. Organized crime loves it because there is no physical contact between the thief and the victim; no DNA evidence for the CSI investigators to find. The result is the loss of billions of dollars every year. The recent theft of credit card information from Target Corporation shows how many people can be at risk from just one incident.
Back in February, the Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District requested funds in the amount of $30,000 from the city’s LETF funds or Law Enforcement Trust Funds, but unfortunately, they were recently denied.