By Sallie James Civility, fiscal responsibility, and a genuine desire to move city business forward are qualities that are hard to find on the Tamarac Commission. Looking for a circus? No Big Top or elephants are needed here. The clown car unloads at Tamarac City Hall every other week when Commissioners take their seats on […]
This month, we honor the more than 500 deputies, firefighters and civilian employees, who faced significant danger, saved lives and performed exceptional acts in 2020 and 2021…
Mayor Gomez: September is here, marking the halfway point of the Hurricane season and the upcoming autumn season.
The hot summer days of August are here! I hope you are enjoying this wonderful summertime weather while staying cool and hydrated as much as possible.
Sheriff Tony: The men and women of the Broward Sheriff’s Office work hard to assure public safety.
An estimated 5.8 million Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s. Here in our home state of Florida, we have the country’s second-highest incidence….
Our nation has again experienced tragedy after multiple recent mass casualty shooting events in Buffalo, NY, Laguna Woods, CA, and Uvalde, TX.
From: Mayor Michelle J. Gomez: Welcome to July, a month of barbeques, summer fun, fireworks, and one of my favorite holidays, Independence Day!
The weather is really heating up, so staying cool these next few months is a must. Staying hydrated is one major step to navigating the heat and avoiding headaches,
Sheriff Tony: Broward County is the statewide epicenter of a fentanyl epidemic ravaging the nation.
This past Wednesday, my colleagues and I contemplated putting tougher restrictions on parking on city streets. Let me shed some light on how this piece of legislation work.
Before I get into all the fun activities we’ve got in store this month, I’d like to recap some unforgettable moments from April….
When I was a medical resident and pregnant with my third child, I nearly suffered a stroke while waiting in the emergency room for treatment of high blood pressure.
Mike Gelin wanted his fellow commissioners to approve a $300,000 deal to conduct a “disparity study” of Tamarac’s business dealings…
Congressional candidate Dale Holness claims Tamarac Commissioner Elberg Mike Gelin made a campaign contribution with a worthless check, Federal records show.
Mayor Udine: Recognizing Earth Day reminds our community of the necessity to protect the environment for generations to come.
Sheriff Tony: First responders rely heavily on a group of unseen heroes daily to provide valuable information regarding incidents they are responding to.
From: Mayor Michelle J. Gomez: Welcome to April! This month, we celebrate nature’s rebirth and observe some of our most sacred holidays.
Marlon Bolton told his Facebook followers he was “Fighting for our residents today in Tallahassee…lobbying for State Dollars to come to our city.”
From Tamarac Mayor Gomez: March is finally here, and Spring is right around the corner on March 20.