Are you looking for holiday festivities throughout District 3? From parades to tree lightings and events for man’s best friend like Paws and Claus in Tamarac, you have many options to make great family memories!
Welcome to December 2023! It has been another wonderful year representing you! Thank you!
In a move towards inclusivity, the City of Tamarac has launched a campaign to become an Autism Friendly City.
Tamarac City commission members are discussing the Woodlands Development Agreement and other items related to the future 335 single-family homes
The weather is finally starting to cool, hurricane season is just about in the rearview mirror, and South Florida is ready to welcome all our snowbird friends back.
Welcome to November! While the leaves may not be changing color to denote the fall season, the cool, dry air is very much a signal to us here in Tamarac that the holiday season has begun!
Municipal taxes in this city are holding the line, but homeowners will still see a hike in their property taxes because assessed values have skyrocketed.
While the 2024 elections are still 13 months away, the race is beginning to heat up in Tamarac.
October is known for Breast Cancer Awareness, Mental Health Awareness, and the official start of fall. While our days may have a little less daylight, cool breezes are coming our way as our monthly activities kick into overdrive!
Protesters waving picket signs mobbed Tamarac City Hall on Wednesday to weigh in on the controversial commission purchase of a private clubhouse that is now the subject of a lawsuit.
A Tamarac resident has sued Shaker Village Condominium Association Inc. in an effort to halt the controversial sale of its privately-owned clubhouse property
Chaotic. Loud. Enlightening. All are accurate ways to describe the lively weekend community meeting at Shaker Village to discuss the pending sale of The Common, an abandoned skeleton of a building
September is here, marking the halfway point of the hurricane season and the upcoming autumn season. It also means we’re in the final stretch of the third quarter. Time sure does fly!
The Tamarac Pet Pantry, an initiative spearheaded by the City of Tamarac, received the Florida League of Mayors’ Municipal Innovation Award (MMIA) for its exceptional contributions to the Quality of Life Category.
We have been in this fight for almost two years trying to get these politicians to vote to end the $700 monthly car allowance.
Tamarac residents are invited to participate in the city’s vision-building process at the upcoming Citywide Public Input Workshop for the Tamarac 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Rep. Sheila Cherfilus McCormick introduced a resolution in Congress condemning Florida’s educational standards on slavery.
Welcome to August! Can you believe we’re halfway through summer, and school is almost back in session? Time is flying!
The Haiti Criminal Collusion Act of 2023, co-sponsored by Rep. Sheila Cherfilus McCormick (D-FL-20), was passed in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
A hard look into Tamarac’s $2 million Shaker Village deal is underway as the Broward Office of the Inspector General (OIG) calls for complete access to all the associated documents.
Just when you hoped that Tamarac politics would be more above board and transparent than in the past, I find it hasn’t changed much, at least not with some elected officials. Please bear with me as this may seem long, but this shakedown has many issues.
Tamarac commissioners will keep their $700 car allowance, with a possibility to opt in or out of the benefit, after considering and rejecting the option of a city fleet of cars.
Tamarac commissioners will not order a feasibility study on the Colony West golf course to see how it could be redeveloped.
The city of Tamarac terminated the ground lease with JMK LLC, a developer responsible for the Tamarac Village construction, will look for new commercial development partner.
Summer is here, and there are over 101 ways to enjoy vacationing or a night out on the town in Broward County. Local options range from spending the day on our beautiful waterways,
In times of natural calamities such as hurricanes, floods, or other disasters, Tamarac residents rely on their city officials to provide timely and relevant information.
Summer is in full swing in Tamarac! Check out all the outdoor events happening this month.
The City of Tamarac is embarking on a comprehensive plan update to shape the city’s future development over the next 20 years by providing a long-range planning policy direction.
The City of Tamarac is suing the owner of the “junkyard” house, and city staff is now authorized to initiate similar lawsuits for several other problematic properties.
A Tamarac man who participated in the the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol was sentenced Friday to nearly five years in prison, authorities said.