While the national elections get so much attention, there are many other elections and charter and constitutional amendments on the ballot this year that deserve your close attention.
County Commissioner Udine: Broward Supervisor of Elections is Working to Ensure ‘Safe, Efficient, and Transparent Elections’
The month of October means elections have begun throughout Broward County.
First, I want to thank the citizens of this community for allowing me the honor and privilege to serve our community for another four years as the Commissioner
By the end of August, every homeowner should have received their TRIM (Truth in Millage) notice, which comes from the Broward County Property Appraiser.
Summer is officially over, and we are heading into a fall season unlike any before.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered our way of life and how we go about our daily routines. For many, kitchen and dining room tables have become the new office, classroom, or social meeting place.
Congratulations to the Broward County Library Division for being recognized by the Florida Library Association as the Library of the Year
This year, our nation – our world – has been faced with unprecedented challenges.
This month in Broward, we have elections. Many people have reached out to me to try and understand which elections they are able to vote in
Acknowledging that Black lives matter (too) does not preclude you from valuing White lives, blue lives — or any lives.
One Family’s Experience with COVID-19: ‘No Matter How Smart You Think You Are, This Virus is Smarter
Friends, especially in Florida, this is not meant to be a political post.
At the time of this writing, Broward County just allowed summer camps and sports activities to take place.
It has been a long winter/spring due to the pandemic, and now Broward is getting used to its new normal.
The appalling murder of George Floyd reopened deep and painful wounds in our country.
It’s hard to believe the end of the school year is upon us and what a year it has been.
Issues of policing, race, and equity are at the forefront of our national news and community dialogue.
Mayor Hunschofsky on End-of-the-Year Celebrations: ‘It is Absolutely Normal and OK to Feel a Sense of Loss’
It is hard to believe that another school year is already ending. It has been a strange time with virtual classes, ceremonies, high school graduations, and college graduations.
The enduring strength of our community has been demonstrated through an unimaginable disruption; the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before I begin this message, I want to take a moment to remember a beloved member of the Broward Sheriff’s Office family, Communications Operator III Nikima Thompson,
DECA seniors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were invited to drive by Pine Trails Park to be celebrated by fellow officers and DECA teachers.