Before she would resign, Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad successfully managed to pull a few more bucks out of the City of Tamarac exposing everyone to the con artist she is.
The people have legally recalled Tamarac City Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad through legal means of petition. If Atkins-Grad does not resign, a judge will set an election.
The City of Tamarac was supposed to be enjoying a night out against crime, but City Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad must have thought that she was above the law when she threw a water bottle and unleashed a tirade upon one Woodlands family.
The Woodlands recall team headed up by Section One Resident Phyllis Kelley successfully got volunteers and neighbors out to knock on doors.
“Democracy works,” said Kelly. “We pay a very high price for being silent.”
By: Sharon Aron Baron Team Recall formed in December consisting primarily of, but not exclusive to Woodlands residents who were angry that Patte Atkins-Grad had the audacity, to not only play dumb to charges of bribery and corruption, but to think that she could suddenly pretend it all didn’t happen and return to office to […]
Several Woodlands neighbors were in attendance including our Woodlands Homeowner’s Association President Patti Fox, Section 1 President Alan Sloane, Section 3 President Michael Delemma and Section 5 President Bonnie Schultz.
Over the past few weeks in District Two of Tamarac, Florida, I have been canvassing for Petition signatures to Recall and Remove a corrupt and now ineffective City Commissioner from her elected position. Spearheaded by both a Republican and Democratic precinct captains, I wanted to make a difference and joined the small force of like-minded citizens. While political recall may have been the presenting issue, the greater principle emerged very quickly. That is what it is to be a free and proactive American.
Members of the recall committee that failed to remove Tamarac Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad from office by 18 signatures in February, have voted to give it another try. Starting on Saturday, March 23rd, volunteers are now 24-members strong and vow to use greater care to verify all signatures before they are turned into the Supervisor of Elections […]
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 […]