Residents Need to Get their Ducks in a Row

There will be two open seats next year and Tamarac needs a couple of good people to fill them.

Next year, there will be two open seats, and Tamarac needs a couple of good people to fill them.

By: Sharon Aron Baron

In 2012, City Commissioners Diane Glasser and Pam Bushnell were both re-elected unopposed, which means their constituents were pretty much happy with how they were doing things over in City hall.

In 2016, the District 1 and 3 seat will be up for grabs again, and now is the time for residents who have a vested interest in the future needs of their residents to start campaigning and raising funds for the election.

Besides overseeing two large areas in Tamarac, being a city commissioner is also a lucrative part-time job, so it would be a shame if anyone ended up running unopposed. For instance, a commissioner in Tamarac makes $29,000 annually, plus each gets a hefty $700 a month car allowance, as well as a host of other benefits like health insurance, 401K, and expenses.

If you are someone with some chutzpah, have a good business background, outstanding leadership and people skills, are honest, and have some great ideas to make your district better, then let’s get working.

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Diane Glasser's District 3 is in Blue. District 1 is in orange. (click to make later)

Diane Glasser’s District 3 is in Blue. District 1 is in orange. (click to make later)

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Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and Tamarac Talk, Coral Springs Talk, and Parkland Talk. Tamarac Talk was created in 2011 to provide News for the residents of Tamarac and is the #1 News Source for Residents.