Did you know that the City of Tamarac has an ordinance requiring people to remove their dog poop? According to a Tamarac official it is difficult to enforce. Why? Because In order to issue a Notice of Violation, a police officer must witness the violation.
The sale of the Woodlands Country Club to Clublink Corporation is almost a done deal. On Tuesday, the equity members of the Woodlands Country Club met with executives of Clublink to hear more about the sale.
The Woodlands in Tamarac, Florida has been spotlighted in the Spring 2011 issue of Atomic Ranch magazine.
The City of Tamarac held it’s District 2 Neighborhood Meeting on April 6th at the Tamarac Community Center. District 2 falls under newly appointed Vice Mayor Michelle Gomez, whose district stretches west from the Sawgrass Expressway east to Rock Island Road.
It’s so hard to resist those small plastic bags. Store clerks mindlessly fill them with one or two items, and they can’t help but double or triple bag them as they have become so flimsy. Take a look at people walking out of the grocery store, you will see nothing but a shopping cart full of 10-20 of these.
The Woodlands in Tamarac has some of the most unusual architecture in South Florida. Many of the homes are custom-built and are extremely unusual. The Blackstone Manor is one of these.
The City of Tamarac held a neighborhood meeting at the Tamarac Community Center on April 14th inviting communities that border the Commercial Boulevard and Rock Island Corridor.
Many of the dog owners I’ve met on my weekly trips to the dog park are the friendliest people I’ve ever come across.
Why aren’t more people using public transportation in Tamarac? With gas prices at their highest in years, riding a bus is still not an option that many people will choose. Unlike other major cities in the United States, using a Broward County bus is not a dignified experience. One of the biggest problem are the […]
One family in the Woodlands has been undergoing an amazing family journey due to their son being diagnosed with autism at an early age. Donald and Marty Kelley, who spend summers in Maine and winters in Florida along with their children Philip 12, Kenneth 9, and Caroline-Grace 4, have undergone such inconceivable challenges with their autistic son Kenneth, that few families could survive intact.