Attention all single law enforcement officers: Are you looking for the ultimate bachelor pad? How does rent-free sound? While we’re at it, how about we take care of all of the utilities too? And to sweeten the deal how about we throw in some free amenities like a workout room, pool, showers and tennis courts. Pets welcome!
On Oct. 27, the Sun Sentinel wrote an editorial about my leadership as sheriff. The only problem was that nearly every key fact cited in the editorial was either wrong or purely fictional.
It has been two weeks since School Board Member Abby Freedman assured residents, after she asked them repeatedly to raise their hands at a community meeting, that she would take down her controversial boundary proposals.
On December 7, the Taravella Band will be holding a Holiday Bazaar and they are asking anyone would like to rent a space to sell their items to contact them. Spaces are only $35 for one or $45 for two and all proceeds help fund the trip.
Most of us are taught, from a young age, that bullying is mean and unacceptable behavior. We are told, as a society, that bullying is not to be tolerated. So, why is the Tamarac Recreation Center not only tolerating bullying, but rewarding it?
In our 50th Anniversary video, Tamarac’s highest paid employee, City Manager Michael Cernech boasts about our great city, but would he ever move his family to the “City of Your Life?”
Not on your life!
Miami’s notorious former resident, murderer, and cookie-thief, O.J. Simpson, who is serving 33 years in prison after being convicted in 2008 of armed robbery and kidnapping is still eligible to vote in Miami-Dade.
A secret special meeting was called in the city of Tamarac that was so special, not even the citizens or media were notified about it. During the city commission meeting the day before, City Manager Michael Cernech never mentioned there would be a meeting the very next day during his four minute announcement.
The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce held their signature Taste of Tamarac & Business Expo event last weekend with over 70 restaurants and vendors participating. This was the largest fundraiser of the year for the Chamber after months of planning went into it.
Tamarac Talk has been nominated in Miami New Times Magazine as one of the Best Local Blogs in South Florida, and readers have until November 5 to vote and make it the best.
Get ready for something new and exciting this December when Sonic Restaurants brings their new concept restaurant called Sonic Beach to Lauderhill.
Don’t miss the 10th Annual “Taste of Tamarac” & Business expo on October 26. This is the one event that is not only a blast, but it’s simply tasty!
The Woodlands Country Club is offering a new Junior Golf program and all children whether a club member or not are welcome to join.
Led by the Director of Junior Golf Sam Ingenito, the new twice-weekly program is set to begin on November 1st and will run throughout the next year.
Letter to Tamarac Talk from what must be the youngest adult that is voluntarily living in the city. A 20-something student living amongst the living dead.
Tamarac Parks have been closed on Mondays since 2010 and get this: No other city in Broward closes their parks on Mondays. Send an email to our commissioners now and let them know we’re tired of not getting what we’re paying for.
The results are in for the “City of Tamarac Citizens Survey” because listening to residents concerns isn’t enough for the city. No, they had to hire Kansas company, ETC Institute to perform a survey to see how you really feel.
The Tamarac Chamber celebrated ten years of “Taste of Tamarac” by bringing businesses and supporters together to enjoy an evening of fun and connection as well as to hold a magazine launch.
Broward County’s shelters are filled with so many dogs and cats that on Tuesday the commission amended a county ordinance allowing breeders one litter per adult animal each year.
Newly sworn in City Commissioner Michelle Gomez didn’t waste any time getting back to work after last Thursday’s close vote between her and candidate Mike Gelin to fill the commission seat.
What concerns our residents the most in Tamarac? A question similar to this was asked to two of our finalists for the position of district two commissioner last Thursday and both gave two different answers.