Following a continuous trend of misinformation from the WHOA, once again letters were sent to homeowners with distorted facts. The problem is, though the letter is on WHOA stationery, no one even had the courage to sign their name to it.
Homeowners who asked the city for help for their Neighborhood Improvement District got more than they bargained for at a recent commission meeting.
It was a contentious city commission meeting today and as I reported yesterday, Commissioner Gomez was going to ask the rest of the commission to table the vote on the ordinance amending the WNID, however, she received no support from other members.
By: Sharon Aron Baron In 2010, the Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District was established by the Homeowners Association and the Tamarac City Commission under the Safe Neighborhoods Act. The intent of the district was to provide the community with additional tools to combat decline through crime prevention and beautification. Because there are eight separate and distinctive […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron This morning, I received a copy of a letter signed by Alan Wise on Ambassador Property Management’s letterhead. The letter states the following: There was no signature. However, in an email I received today it was included along with a letter from Section One President Alan Wise who wrote to Section Two Board members: “ […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron Although Woodlands Section 3 and 4 are not part of the WHOA, the officers and directors of the WHOA keep finding ways to mislead, misinform and confuse the property owners of these two sections. The latest in these scare tactics arrived by mail today claiming that Sections 3 and 4 lost […]
Tamarac City Commission members met this morning and discussed the request from the Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District to turn oversight of it over to them.
The Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District met to gather resident input at a special meeting held at the country club on May 19.
In order to move a $35,000 comprehensive study forward, Chairman Randy Scott first discussed the background of the WNID and its importance to the estimated 122 residents in attendance.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Last Thursday, the WNID meeting was attended by less than ten residents. This was a dismal showing of residents who should have an interest in improving safety measures for our community, especially after two recent break-ins. Prior to the meeting, a workshop was held by the WNID board and section presidents […]
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.