You don’t have to sit through a commission meeting to find out what’s new at city hall.
After the March For Our Lives rally, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch led a Town Hall on Tuesday night to keep the momentum going on strengthening gun laws.
Last December, I sat on the Parkland Education Advisory Board and promised I would dedicate this coming year to school safety. I said that we have no greater duty than to keep students safe when they are in school.
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. But what about a political action committee using the shootings as a backdrop to raise money?
A special meeting was held at Parkland city hall to increase policing services after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School left 17 dead and 16 people wounded.
On Friday, Florida Governor Rick Scott demanded FBI director Christopher Wray’s resignation in the wake of the Marjory Douglas High School school shootings.
The Broward County Republicans have a thorn in their side. The party that’s tough on crime can’t seem to remove an elected member of their executive board who was charged with the heinous premeditated attempted murder of a young woman he hit over the head with a hammer 40 times.
It was a contentious evening at Thursday night’s Planning & Zoning meeting. Somerset Parkland Academy, a proposed charter school, was seeking a recommendation from the board on the K-8 located on the northwest corner of University Drive and Hillsboro Blvd.
At their annual budget meeting, the city commission slightly lowered their millage rate making Parkland one of Broward County’s lowest taxed municipalities.
Democrats from 21 clubs from around Broward County, along with elected officials and candidates came together for barbecue, mingling and passionate speeches at this year’s Democrats Annual Labor Day Picnic.