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New City Hall is a White Elephant » Coral Springs Talk

January 15th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

By: Howard Melamed

Back in September, I wrote an article providing factual information concerning the new city hall and taxes and shared two points:

  • The City Hall is over budget.
  • The City hall is behind schedule in its opening for December. 

I also said that the increase in cost for this Taj Mahal white elephant will be a part of what we pay in taxes.  Our commissioners do play pocket pool with our tax money shifting it around to make it look like increases in the millage rate was for other purposes, but make no mistake: the reason for increase in taxes is to pay for this glorious structure towering the residential area around it looking nothing more than a white elephant. 

Originally estimated cost was $18 million with a $4 million parking garage needed to satisfy their own parking regulations, the $23 million venture kept growing over the last four years.  The commissioners were taken advantage of by a smart local developer that was supposed to develop downtown Coral Springs and quickly doubled the parking garage upon a promise that the developer would pay the interest on the loan.   The cost of the garage quickly increased to $8 million and the total cost then became a whopping $27 million.  

The developer then pulled out of the deal last year, when he could not secure a cinema and promised hotel.  

“Downtown” is now “What Town” 

It’s not the first time the developer pulled out of the same deal.   Downtown Coral Springs has been around a long time.  The only developer to bid on the first one several years ago was not able to complete due to ‘economic conditions’ changing.  The city changed zoning laws, set back requirements and gave the developer a lot of great stuff – including a lease for the development department when the city condemned their own building – the old Morrison Cafeteria.  The city then signed a juicy deal with the developer to move the whole department to his building – where it currently is since the building is late.  Then they worked with the same developer to push the concept of moving city hall to this new Taj Mahal instead of buying a building twice the size as the one they are building with the promise of this elaborate Mizner Park style adventure – which is now costing the city, and us, $40 million and change.   

Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on the city commissioners.

I have been told that not all is lost.  The contractor that is late in building has liquidated damages against it under $100,000 per month.  The city hall is now scheduled to open sometime at the end of the first quarter – which means by the end of March.  So we may be able to retrieve $300,000 of the $40 million bringing the total cost down to $39,700,000 for a full $10 million or 30 percent over budget . 

Fake news you will hear again from various democrats that should know better than to use this language.  No doubt one of the commissioners will say my figures are totally off…. it is really cost us only $32 million for the city hall and $8 million for the garage. 

No matter.  You elected these commissioners. Two of them ran on blocking this project. Three of them ran on that this building was the best thing for the city since swiss cheese.  You have another chance this year to change the popularity contest of electing city commissioners to perhaps one that puts qualified people in charge. 

Meanwhile, this structure is nothing more than an eyesore for the people living around it.  It should never have been built and we should have bought the $11 million Darth Vader building that had five times the parking and three times the space of this. $40 million white elephant. 

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33311 Walk and Family Festival to Combat Human Trafficking : South Florida Caribbean News

January 15th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

Children’s Services Council of Broward County, Mt. Bethel Human Services Corporation Host the 33311 Walk and Family Festival 

LAUDERHILL – The Children’s Services Council (CSC) of Broward County, in partnership with Mt. Bethel Human Services Corporation and dozens of other organizations, is sponsoring the 33311 Walk and Family Festival on January 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Joseph Carter Park, located at 1450 W. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.

The event aims to prevent human trafficking and child abuse and neglect by bringing awareness to these issues and making resources available to the community.

Participants can participate in a 2.3-mile community walk, enjoy free refreshments, raffle prizes, and fun activities for the entire family.  iHeart Radio’s Stichiz and DJ Ivory will provide entertainment. In addition, there will be mini-workshops, tips, and resources on keeping children safe and healthy.

This year’s theme, “There’s a SUPERHERO in all of us,” serves as a reminder that every action in service can help others and make a huge impact.

Children’s Services Council of Broward County, Mt. Bethel Human Services Corporation Host the 33311 Walk and Family Festival 

Children’s Services Council of Broward County, Mt. Bethel Human Services Corporation Host the 33311 Walk and Family Festival 

The 33311 Walk and Family Festival kicks off the four-month Broward AWARE Campaign to ensure the community knows of programs and resources that can help prevent child abuse and neglect.

The Broward AWARE Campaign is dedicated to:
    • Recognizing and preventing human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
    • Preventing injury and death from unsafe sleep practices, drowning, and leaving children in unattended vehicles.
    • Providing family strengthening resources to help keep children at home or with relative caregivers to avoid placement in the foster care system.
    • Providing resources to keep youth with non-violent infractions from entering and being stuck in the Juvenile Justice System.
    • Providing supports for youth that can help them achieve their goals through mentorship, education, job internships and training.
    • Engaging fathers in the lives of their children as positive role models and primary caregivers.

The day will also include a Point In Time Homeless Count, where volunteers will try to assess how many homeless youth and families live in Broward.The program is coordinated locally by the Broward Regional Health Planning Council.

Upcoming Broward AWARE Campaign supported Events
  • Healthy Families Graduation (February 24)
  • Me and My Dad Challenge (March 10)
  • Survivors Stroll (March 3) 
  • Family Fun and Resource Fair (April 14)

For more information on the campaign and these events, visit CSC Broward.

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24 Violations at City Fish Market – West Boca News

January 14th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

City Fish Market in Boca Raton with ironic Do Not Enter sign; image by Google.

City Fish Market tops our latest inspection report with 24 violations including 4 marked high priority. The worst of it was stop sales on a few items for temperature abuse, and issues with some fish.

  • Nonexempt fish offered raw or undercooked has not undergone proper parasite destruction. Fish must be fully cooked or discarded.
  • Potentially hazardous (time/temperature control for safety) food cooked/heated yesterday/on a previous day not cooled from 135 degrees Fahrenheit to 41 degrees Fahrenheit within a total of 6 hours. Food has been cooling overnight. See stop sale. mashed potatoes overnight (48-51°F – Cooling); soup overnight (47-48°F – Cooling); sweet potato mash overnight (54°F – Cooling)
  • Stop Sale issued on potentially hazardous (time/temperature control for safety) food due to temperature abuse. mashed potatoes overnight (48-51°F – Cooling); soup overnight (47-48°F – Cooling); sweet potato mash overnight (54°F – Cooling)
  • Vacuum breaker missing at hose bibb or on fitting/splitter added to hose bibb. At outdoor hose. Operator placed a vacuum breaker on hose Bibb at time of inspection.

We should note that we like City Fish Market and this one inspection would not stop us from eating there.

Tucker Dukes on Federal Highway in East Boca had 18 violations with 6 marked high priority, while Hong Kong Palace on Powerline (near Olive Garden) had 15 violations with 5 high priority.

The West Boca Pizza Hut on US-441 had 11 violations, 6 high priority. Hashi Sushi Thai in Shadowood also had 11 violations but only 1 was marked high priority.

Good News

Fresh Bites Cafe in Mission Bay wins this week with a perfect inspection – zero violations.

The Chipotle on Glades near Town Center and Gretl’s Bistro in East Boca were also perfect.

There were a few others in the “pretty good” category including Tijuana Flats on Powerline and Dominic’s on Glades by the Turnpike, both with 3 minor violations. We also see a licensing inspection for what we think is a new Japanese restaurant, Fuji Yama, on SW 18th near Outback Steakhouse. Outback is also in the report with 5 violations, 1 high priority.

Boca Indian Grill in Mission Bay had 4 violations, 2 high priority.

Cheesecake Factory at Town Center did well with 4 minor violations, particularly good when you consider the size and complexity of the place.

Our spreadsheet for this week is below:

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Corona Electric Beach With Claptone at America’s Backyard January 13

January 14th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

Hidden behind a golden bird mask and white gloves, the DJ and producer known as Claptone is a mystery. Asked about the story behind the mask, the Berlin-based house-music savant remains coy. “The mask is an integral part of me since I accepted it as a gift, which happened so long ago that I can’t even remember who handed it to me,” he says. “Or maybe I was dreaming and this is my face — the face of the Earth.”

Though there hasn’t been a definitive investigation into his civilian identity, one Spanish-language website believes Claptone is two people who take turns behind the golden masquerade. In an interview with New Times, he perpetuated the illusion that Claptone is one person smitten with every genre of music, from dub to reggae to indie rock to hip-hop. But there is one form of music that really gets his beak wet: house music. “Few things in life are undeniable. Endless pink sunsets, a full moon, a cold drink, real love. I would say that house music falls into this category. Try and try to resist if you will, but it is impossible not to start moving to a killer bass line accompanied by a big kick drum.”

Claptone is hard at work on a new album for 2018, a process he (or she?) finds just as enjoyable as arriving at the final result. “The beautiful thing about creating music is that it is never the same. Sometimes I will fiddle and tweak away in my lab, like a fine Swiss watchmaker assembling a piece, and other times there seems to be something supernatural guiding me at my workbench, bringing full songs to light in a matter of moments. I have been many things over the centuries — a dentist, a philosopher, an astronaut, an explorer, and chef, to name a few — but writing music and playing it to the people is the best of the bunch. I love my job.”

Beyond creating original music, Claptone also remixes other artists’ work. A recent track that made him particularly proud was a reworking of the Gorillaz song “We Got the Power.” “I only remix songs that I love in their original form but somehow feel they could benefit from a little shade of gold,” he says. “I knew that with a couple fine, intricate changes, it would be a big record in my DJ sets.”

Those who wish to see if the song indeed makes them dance will have their chance this Saturday at America’s Backyard when Claptone headlines Corona Electric Beach. The show is free with RSVP, and the masked one is eagerly looking forward to it. “When it comes to my DJ sets, I prefer to let the spirit and energy of the people guide me in the moment. I have loads of new Claptone music that I have been perfecting, modifying, and adjusting, so I hope that the people at Electric Beach are ready.”

Corona Electric Beach, With Claptone. 2 p.m. Saturday, January 13, at America’s Backyard, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954-449-1025; Admission is free with RSVP via

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Tournament Scheduled to Raise Funds for 9-Year-Old’s Fight Against Leukemia – Parkland Talk

January 14th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

Logan Cruz with soccer friends at Pine Trails Park. Photo Courtesy Logan Cruz Foundation.

By: Sharon Aron Baron

A fundraiser has been set to raise money for 9-year-old Logan Cruz who was diagnosed with leukemia last August. 

Both Coral Springs and Parkland residents are gathering together in support of Logan’s fight against cancer. They have planned “Logan’s Cruzade 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament” – to support his ongoing medical expenses, and to eventually help others fight leukemia. All proceeds will go to the Logan Alexander Cruz Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Last fall, Logan’s family discovered he was diagnosed with leukemia.  It was after Logan’s aunt noticed that his neck appeared swollen when they were out together. Looking further, she discovered what appeared to be a mass on his back. She immediately told his father, Gil, who took him to the pediatrician, who then referred him to the hospital for further testing. When the diagnosis came back as T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the family, including his three siblings cried. When Logan saw his father crying, he comforted him and said, “Don’t cry, I’m okay.”

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia is a blood cancer where the abnormal white blood cells gather in the bone marrow. This type of cancer progresses rapidly and healthy cells that make functional lymphocytes are replaced with leukemia cells that cannot mature properly. Then the leukemic cells travel in the bloodstream towards other organs and tissues like the brain, lymph nodes, testes, and liver where they continue to grow and divide. About 98 percent of children go through remission within weeks after treatment with 90 percent of them being cured.

Logan was born and grew up in Coral Springs. He enjoys playing basketball, hanging out with his friends, playing video games and spending time with his family. Along with his siblings Ethan, 13, Ryan, 11, and Alexa, 7, he enjoys going to the beach, playing outside, board games, going to the park, swimming and watching reality TV shows. His mother Suzanne, is a world history teacher at Westglades Middle School.

Logan would be a 4th grade student at Heron Heights Elementary,  however, he cannot attend school at this time and is currently under home care while undergoing weekly treatments at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

The 3 on 3 basketball tournament will be held on Friday, February 16, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Coral Springs Gymnasium, 2501 Coral Springs Drive. The entrance fee will be a donation of $5 per person, which gets each attendee a slice of pizza and a drink. 

Teams will represent three age groups – 7-9 year-olds, 10-12 year-olds, and 13-15 year-olds. Team registration is $60 and registration information can be found on  Participants can also register in person by calling 954-825-9718 or emailing Leif Herman.

Additionally, there will be shooting contests for all ages to take part in. There will be many raffles available, as well as entertainment. Food, drinks, Logan’s Cruzade merchandise, bracelets, shirts and more will be available for sale.  Attendees are asked to wear orange the day of the event in support of the fight against leukemia. 

Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Parkland Talk. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.

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What’s open and closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 14th, 2018|Categories: Google News|

Broward County


• Federal, state, county and municipal offices will be closed Monday.

• Public schools, colleges and universities will be closed.


• Banks, stock markets and post offices will be closed Monday. There will be no regular mail delivery Monday.

Broward County Animal Care and Adoption Center will be closed. In the event of animal attack or bite, call 911. For lost or found cats or dogs, call 954-359-1313, ext. 9273.

• The Broward County Landfill at 7101 SW 205th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, will be closed Monday.

• There will be garbage pickup Monday.


• The county library system will be closed Monday.

Broward County regional and neighborhood parks, nature centers and natural areas will be open with the exception of Deerfield Island Park, which will be closed per normal operating schedule.


• Tri-Rail will operate regular schedules. To find train schedules, call Tri-Rail customer service at 800-874-7245 or visit

Broward County Transit will operate regular bus schedule. For bus schedules, call 954-357-8400 (TTY 954-357-8302) or visit


• Grocery stores and malls will be open regular hours.

Palm Beach County


• Federal, state, county and municipal offices will be closed Monday.

• Public schools, colleges and universities will be closed.


• Banks, stock markets and post offices will be closed Monday. There will be no regular mail delivery Monday.

• In unincorporated Palm Beach County there will be garbage collection.


• The county library system will be closed.

• County parks will be open.


• Palm Tran will operate weekday schedule.

• Tri-Rail will operate regular schedules. To find train schedules, call Tri-Rail customer service at 800-874-7245 or visit


• Grocery stores and malls will be open regular hours.

Miami-Dade County


• Federal, state, county and municipal offices will be closed Monday.

• Public schools, colleges and universities will be closed.


• Banks, stock markets and post offices will be closed Monday. There will be no regular mail delivery Monday.

• There will be no garbage pickup.


• The county library system will be closed.

• Miami-Dade regional and neighborhood parks, nature centers and natural areas will be open.


• Tri-Rail will operate regular schedules. To find train schedules, call Tri-Rail customer service at 800-874-7245 or visit

• Metrobus, Metrorail and Metromover will follow a regular schedule. For more information please call 3-1-1 or 305-891-3131.


• Grocery stores and malls will be open regular hours.

— Compiled by Cindy Kent

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