As November begins, we welcome back one of our favorite events in the City of Parkland.
Veterans Day is an important time to reflect on the sacrifice that heroes make day-in and day-out for the country and our community.
Out of five qualified finalists to choose from and an expensive recruiting effort, Parkland commissioners decided to make the safe choice for their next city manager.
The finalists for Parkland’s city manager position were questioned on Saturday, and soon, the commission will make their pick.
Like a game of musical chairs, the candidates for Parkland’s next city manager keeps changing.
For those searching for a way to help the community, and volunteer some time or expertise, look no further.
Education has been a top priority of Governor Ron DeSantis’ administration, and today was no exception when he announced his proposal to increase the minimum salary for teachers across the state.
Parkland Commissioner Bob Mayersohn is being “locked up” and needs the community’s help to bail him out.
October is the start of our City’s 2019/2020 fiscal year. The approved budget can be found at www.cityofparkland.org/budget. The City’s budget is a financial representation of our collective priorities.
The candidates for Parkland’s next city manager have been whittled down to the top four. The top 51 candidates made it into a pool of eight semifinalists…