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.
The City of Tamarac held it’s District 2 Neighborhood Meeting on April 6th at the Tamarac Community Center. District 2 falls under newly appointed Vice Mayor Michelle Gomez, whose district stretches west from the Sawgrass Expressway east to Rock Island Road. First to speak was Ray Gagnon, Director of Utilities, who discussed water conservation in […]
By Adam Baron, Esq. Driving in South Florida, as we all know, is like negotiating an obstacle course, except on a daily basis and the occasional accident is an inevitability. The question is, are you adequately covered by your auto insurance if you get in an accident? Let’s take a look at major coverages and […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron On New Years Eve, the residents of Coco Palm Drive held their annual block party inviting residents from around the Woodlands to attend. There were all sorts of music to dance to, fire pits to keep people warm, delicious food and drinks, and even party favors to ring in the new […]
Sweepstakes Scam Here is a scam that neighbor Carl F shared with me today: “I just wanted to bring something to the community’s attention. My wife got a letter in the mail with what looks like an official Wachovia check for $3,880.00. It said that we were a sweepstakes winner and that we needed to call the number provided […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron There is a petition going around the Woodlands that you may want to educate yourself on before you sign that piece of paper. Several people are distributing this petition with many falsehoods about our newly formed District on it. The Woodlands became a “Safe Neighborhood District” as approved by the Mayor […]