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  • Carlton Moore's Way


          Former 22- year City Commissioner Carlton Moore is dead and gone, but deserves to be remembered.

                                            

          The man lived and breathed the Northwest. He fought tirelessly, convinced that the area he grew up in could be made right. He fought slum, blight, crime. [...]
    From Tim Smith's Fort Lauderdale at April 15, 2014, 6:00pm in News, Politics
  • News: Ultra Statement

    PRESS RELEASE Today, Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff and Mayor Tomás Regalado withdrew their Resolution to ban the Ultra Music Festival from Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. Following that withdrawal, the City Commission has alternatively scheduled the issue for general discussion on April 24, 2014 at 10AM. The overwhelming and unyielding [...]
  • BC Taco Food Truck ROCKS!!

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    People either like food trucks or they’re Sunrise City Commissioners.  We love them and for lunch today, tracked down the BC Tacos truck at the southwest corner of Cypress Creek and Power Line Road.  Just like a kid, we were excited turning the corner and spotting the light blue truck [...]

    From FTL Today! at April 03, 2014, 6:00am in Food and Dining, Life
  • Former Fort Laud Commissioner Carlton Moore dies

    Former Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Carlton Moore, a strong advocate for improving the city's blighted neighborhoods, has died.

    Moore’s political career began in 1985 when he took over as president of the Fort Lauderdale NAACP. In that role he fought against discriminatory lending practices by banks, against the closings of black-majority [...]

    From Naked Politics at April 02, 2014, 10:59am in News, Politics
  • Former Fort Laud Commissioner Carlton Moore dies

    Former Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Carlton Moore has died.

    Senate Democratic Leader Chris Smith (D-Ft. Lauderdale) issued the following statement:

    “Carlton Moore was a mentor, a friend, and, above all, a surrogate father for me.

    “We first began working together when he was the president of the Ft. Lauderdale branch of the NAACP. [...]

    From Naked Politics at April 02, 2014, 10:03am in News, Politics
  • Lisa Aronson’s Commission Race Has Good Month

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    BY BUDDY NEVINS

     

     

    Coconut Creek Commissioner Lisa Aronson’s County Commission campaign finally caught fire in February.

    Aronson easily outraised her opponents in the race to replace term limited Commissioner Kristin Jacobs. Aronson had lagged in campaign cash, which was surprising for an incumbent city commissioner.

    Seventy one contributors gave her $16,249 in money, [...]

    From BrowardBeat.com at March 12, 2014, 8:41am in News, Politics
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