Anyone that lives in South Florida knows that you may be an good driver, but everyday you may have to deal with inexperienced, impatient and even dangerous drivers.
As I make my way through the grocery aisle throwing the same old items into my cart from the same store that I always shop in, I find that the mundane chore of grocery shopping has left me with nothing to get excited about.
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.
Noel Reis lives on a quiet cul de sac in the estates section of the Woodlands Country Club where homes back up to one of the two 18-hole golf courses in the community.
The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce is making it easy for residents who own businesses large or small business to now become members by having several events right here in our own community.
Residents have a chance to find out what’s going on in the City and in the Woodlands during the annual Neighborhood Meeting coming up on April 15.
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?
Homeowners who asked the city for help for their Neighborhood Improvement District got more than they bargained for at a recent commission meeting.
The new Walmart Neighborhood Market opened its doors Wednesday morning on what was the former site of a Baby Love store, and Tamarac residents were welcomed to a ribbon-cutting ceremony that drew both City and Walmart officials along with the JP Taravella Band.
ShareTweetShareBy: Sharon Aron Baron Are you civic-minded and would like to get more involved in the future of the City? The City of Tamarac is currently looking for residents to serve on one of its committees and has openings on two of its committees: Planning and Public Art. Each one meets monthly and board members are appointed by […]