In less than a year in office, Broward County Commissioner Marty Kiar has found that the best ideas come from his constituents. One idea in particular is to make county parks free for veterans with service related disabilities. He found not only was it a great idea, it was also the right thing to do.
Coral Springs is looking for volunteers to help keep the city beautiful by alerting code compliance to common violations. The city’s Code Ranger program, which was introduced in 2009, has volunteer residents helping code enforcement officers by informing residents about common violations affecting aesthetics.
A South Florida activist and local blogger has brought down a candidate who was running to be the next city commissioner for Dania Beach. Chaz Stevens wrote that Daniel Sohn, 22, candidate for Dania Beach city commissioner, lied about his nonprofit as well as embellished his resume. As of today, his Facebook page for his candidacy has been removed and endorsements are dropping like flies.
You may have seen Victoria Pisciotto’s car around Coral Springs with her “motor-vational” messages spreading funny or inspirational words.
Coral Springs Police want residents to be on the lookout for a suspect that has stolen thousands of dollars in merchandise from local stores through stolen credit card information.
Commissioner Stacy Ritter issued a proclamation at the Broward County Commission meeting for one local baseball team proclaiming August 13, as “North Springs Little League Appreciation Day” for their championship win this successful season.
On Monday, Coral Springs City Manager Erdal Donmez welcomed Jennifer Bramley, the new Deputy City Manager, to join the team after Rob Hernandez left to become the new Deputy County Administrator.
Broward County teachers who are interested in our environment can now inspire their own students by taking a unique training program through NatureScape Broward.
NatureScape Broward recently completed a National Wildlife Federation Habitat Steward training for Broward County Public School teachers. Habitat Stewards are individuals with a keen interest in the environment and a willingness to volunteer their time and expertise to help others create or restore wildlife habitat.
Broward County Administrator Bertha Henry has announced the appointment of former Coral Springs Deputy City Manager Roberto “Rob” Hernandez as the new Deputy County Administrator.
The Coral Springs Panthers Travel Team is currently looking to add players for their fall season and beyond. Tryouts will be held at Betti Stradling Park on August 17 and 18th. They are looking for girls born from 2000 to 2006.