Three weeks ago, I attended a workshop of the Coral Springs City Commission and I was appalled by the presentation on medical marijuana given by the Chief of Police, Clyde Perry — a city employee.
This is my first Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday as an elected official. On what would be Dr. King’s 90th Birthday, I find myself in deep thought and truly taking time to understand the gift of service that I have been granted.
As the 2018 midterm elections arrive, we have had our fill of promise-filled and fear-inducing advertisements everywhere.
As a business owner and homeowner in Coral Springs, I am proud to support Lou Cimaglia for reelection to our city Commission.
I am a Parkland resident, but was a Coral Springs resident for 20 years, and am the proud owner of The Cook and The Cork Restaurant, along with the property it sits on in the city.
Six months and one day after the very worst day in our community, I will send my tenth-grade daughter back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Registration for the primary election closes on July 30, and if you are registered as an independent or did not check party affiliation on your registration form to vote, you cannot vote in the gubernatorial, congressional, or for any other political office.
The citizens of Coral Springs have voted against more debt on their heads and on their tax bills.
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.
Just days after the Parkland massacre, links to several campaigns on GoFundMe were removed because the creators had no personal or direct connection to the victims or their families.