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.
Share53TweetShare53 Shares By: Sharon Aron Baron Each Sunday, the Farmer’s Market brings a variety of vendors to the city to sell delicious fresh foods. You can’t miss the tents if you pass Veteran’s Park along University Drive. Hopefully, you’ve stopped and bought some of these great foods because they truly are unique. Open from 9 […]
In May, TheWoodlandsTamarac.com and parent company Talk Media Inc. was issued a cease and desist letter initiated by HOA President Patti Fox when she contacted attorney’s Becker & Poliakoff. The letter alleged that this site was infringing on the association’s intellectual property and tarnishes the goodwill of the association. The legal costs included drafting the letter, trademark research, and speaking to other attorney’s.
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.
ShareTweetShareBy: Sharon Aron Baron Jesse the Himalayan cat who had been missing since July 24 has been found thanks to Section Eight Neighbor Frances Weinberg who heard a cat crying on Sunday night on Orchard Tree Lane and tried to help him. Unsuccessful, she contacted our site and described it as a gray cat. An […]
ShareTweetShareBy: 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.”
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron Did you notice our new logo and disclaimer the top of this website? A change agreed upon after a very contentious meeting on Monday night with over 30 audience members in attendance. By changing the banner and making the disclaimer more prominent, a potential lawsuit by the association was avoided. […]
You don’t have to be a cinematographer like Eddie Enciu to take amazing photos from the neighborhood; but it doesn’t hurt. Enciu took all of these incredible shots with his Iphone.
We are Section 1 residents who have lived here almost 30 years. Why do we pay our monthly homeowner’s assessment to the WHOA who then takes our money and spits in our face?