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 […]
The event held Thursday evening was moderated by Joel Davidson, President of the Tamarac/Sawgrass Democratic Club. Candidates on the panel included Michelle Gomez and Stewart Webster who are both running for the District 2 Seat, along with Harry Dressler and Mike Gelin running for the Mayor’s seat.
Last year’s Annual Members meeting was anything but dull.
Residents were forbidden by our HOA President to sign petitions to recall our commissioner . Even political signage on cars were threatened to be towed away, all while former Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad was handing out flyers to different tables.
Newly appointed Vice Mayor Michelle Gomez, who represents District Two in Tamarac, will be hosting an event in the Woodlands.
The applicants to fill the seat of Patti Atkins-Grad who resigned just weeks before a recall election was to take place are in. Eight applicants have applied, and the city commissioners will begin interviewing five of the them at city hall at 9 a.m on Monday, and three more on Tuesday.
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.
By: Sharon Aron Baron On May 14, the Supervisor of Elections validated 1,556 signatures from the residents in District Two of Tamarac who want to recall Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad. Woodlands residents alone made up 529 of those signatures. Neighbors from every section in the Woodlands went door to door collecting signatures in the month of […]
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.”