Mr. Runcie, Please find the card you mailed to our home after our son Scott J. Beigel was murdered at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018.
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
First and foremost, Parkland Talk’s mission is to bring the community together, and for that reason, we have refrained from endorsing one political candidate over another.
These days, no one wants to set foot on an airplane. Fear surrounds travel of any kind for obvious reasons. But, thanks to a good friend in need of a road trip companion…
Acknowledging that Black lives matter (too) does not preclude you from valuing White lives, blue lives — or any lives.
Friends, especially in Florida, this is not meant to be a political post.
Last year, I set out to understand how my local community was dealing with the traumatic events that took place on February 14, 2018.
The Broward County School Board has approved an $18 million building under construction at Marjory Stoneman Douglas; however, no one at the district knows what it is going to look like.
I am violating every rule that says you shouldn’t write and send anything while angry.Wait 24 hours, they say.However, I can’t wait.
Add another to the ever-growing list of sins committed by Superintendent Robert Runcie and the Broward County School Board, in the years leading up to and in the aftermath of the tragedy at Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School February 14th, 2018.
“DON’T CALL ME I’M HIDING IN A CLOSET WITH MY TEACHER” This was the text I received on 2/14 from my daughter after I tried calling her, when I was informed there was an active shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where she is a student.
There are so many clichés around time and the passing of it. “Time flies,” or “It felt like it was just yesterday,” come to mind. Another one that comes to mind is the blanket statement that, “time heals all wounds.”
In December 2002, I came home from work to my apartment on East 24th Street in Manhattan. I was greeted by my dog wearing a T-shirt that read “I’m going to be a big sister”.
Thanksgiving is a time for family. A day celebrated with loved ones gathered around the dining room table for the traditional holiday feast…..
It is November and Election Day is almost upon us. Early voting continues from 7 a.m.- 7 p.m. through November 4 at the P-REC in Pine Trails Park.
When I lived in Manhattan, I had to pass an elementary school to get to my train every day. I had my commute timed out pretty well, so I hated it when I got bothered by someone asking for money or food.
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.
When Commissioner Grace Solomon’s term expires in November of 2018, one of two men will step into the District 2 seat; Diego Pfeiffer and Richard Walker.
First, I wanted to thank all of you for what you have done over the past few weeks. I understand that you serve in a largely volunteer role with your only reward being the improvement of our city, and I sincerely appreciate your efforts.
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?