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Recently in the Sun Sentinel was an editorial by former Coral Springs city commissioner Tom Powers that attacked our present commission over tax increases and the upcoming bond vote.
The day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, thousands of women of all religions, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and color, together as one voice for women’s rights, will march in Miami at the Bayfront Park Amphitheater.
With over 50 percent of all voters opting to take advantage of early voting, this added up to 496,498 voters in Broward County. Only 25 percent of all voters actually voted on Election Day.
Stop the bitching. There is a widespread belief that some voters don’t like the choices for our next President. Well, too late – this is the choice: Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
One city commissioner walked off the dais on the morning the most important vote was to take place at a commission meeting. In fact, it was the most important vote in the history of Coral Springs.
It was a legal victory for those that back gun legislation when the Supreme Court upheld the right of a city to restrict the sale and ban of assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
During his town hall meeting in Coral Springs, U.S. Congressman Ted Deutch, discussed a recent AP news report that said “UN to let Iran inspect alleged nuke work site.”
This report was a lie – a half truth.
By: Guest Columnist Roy Trachtenberg
Governor Rick Scott’s company was fined for the largest Medicaid fraud in our nations history. Scott claimed that he knew nothing about it while he was CEO. The same thing for our commissioner Tom Powers who was accused, removed from office, but found not guilty of violation of the state sunshine law. Like Scott, Tom Powers and gang know how to circumvent the law. Who do you trust?
By: Roy Trachtenberg – Guest Columnist
Our city commissioners, Tom Powers, and Dan Daley who are running for mayor and city commissioner filed their campaign report. This can be viewed on line Campaign Treasurer’s Report. Waste Pro and other waste management and consultant companies donated over $4,500.00.