The 2018 elections may only be a year away, but if you are even considering running for a seat on the Tamarac city commission, then you need to get your ducks in a row now because not only does it cost a lot of money, it takes time to knock on all those doors.
By: Sharon Aron Baron White supremacists chanting anti-Semitic lines like “Jews will not replace us” were on the minds of residents and elected officials at a recent Legislative Town Hall in Kings Point. Held on August 16, Congressman Alcee Hastings (D-FL) and State Representative Jared Moskowitz (D-Coral Springs) spoke to the audience, which included both Democrats […]
Commissioner Marlon Bolton made a surprising motion on Wednesday morning at the Tamarac City Commission: drop the $700 monthly car allowances.
The Tamarac Historical Society held its 4th Annual Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony where five residents, who took an active role in the community, were recognized and inducted.
The Broward County Commission voted to move forward on a resolution opposing the withdrawal from the Paris Agreement of 2015 and to acknowledge that global climate change is real at Tuesday’s meeting.
The City of Tamarac has awarded city manager Michael Cernech a one time merit award at the March 22, commission meeting.
Tamarac residents have a chance to find out what’s going on in the city and in their community during the annual Neighborhood Meeting coming soon.
As a novice in politics, I believe I have something important to contribute to my community, however, I had no idea that local politics could be as mean-spirited like it was the other day.
Back in November, Marlon Bolton, a Jamaican American, was elected as the first African American city commissioner in Tamarac’s entire 53 year history.
There are a lot of benefits to being the mayor of Tamarac, and if you like being treated like nobility, get ready to throw your hat into the ring in 2018, because this may be the job for you.
The City of Tamarac will have two new representatives on the Broward County Commission, and a third who was reelected to his seat.
The City of Tamarac held a swearing-in ceremony for two new commissioners to a packed crowd on Monday. Julie Fishman and Marlon Bolton were both elected on November 8.
It’s November 8, and you didn’t vote early or get an absentee ballot. That’s okay, you enjoy the excitement of voting on Election Day.
Is one Kings Point resident betraying her neighbors for her own political gain? From the way it looked outside of the Tamarac Library on Saturday, this resident not only disregarded the rules of the Democratic Party but seemed to have little regard for her fellow seniors.
An update from the polls this week on some of the shenanigans volunteers and candidates are pulling to try to win some votes.
Marlon Bolton, candidate for Tamarac City Commissioner District One, has been missing signs over the past month and finally has found a suspect: the boyfriend of City Commissioner Pamela Bushnell.
Early voting began on Monday at the Tamarac Branch Library and voters were lining up all day to cast their ballots.
Six candidates are running to be the next commissioner in Tamarac’s District 3 which includes the Westwood communities and Kings Point.
Because Hurricane Matthew disrupted mail delivery last week, a judge on Monday extended Florida’s voter registration deadline until Tuesday, October 18th.
Please note: times have changed since this was first published. By: Sharon Aron Baron Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, seeking to capitalize on her strong performance in the most-watched presidential debate in history will be making a stop in Coral Springs on Friday. According to the campaign, Clinton will discuss her vision for an America […]