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Keep FPL On Its Toes
Written by Leon   
Sunday, 07 August 2011 17:13
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As everyone else around here, I get my electricity from FPL. Usually, I have no complaints about their service, and this article is not to complain. What prompted me to write about the company is the latest "issue" of FPL Energy News newsletter that was included with the most recent bill. In it, in two separate instances, the company decided to engage in a sort of wishful thinking.

 
Sawgrass Mills for Cruise Passengers E-mail
Written by Leon   

 

Thousands of cruise passengers arrive to or depart from Port Everglades - one of the largest leisure cruise ports in the world - daily. Sawgrass Mills Mall, located on the opposite end of Broward County from Fort Lauderdale and its cruise port, may seem to be out of touch for sea-going visitors.

 

 
Open letter
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 28 July 2011 09:20

This is an open letter sent to Broward County Commissioners Wexler and Jacobs, Sunrise Mayor Mr. Ryan and Mark Horowitz, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator at Broward MPO.

 

Good Morning Commissioners, Mr. Mayor, and Mr.Horowitz,

Interesting article in yesterday’s (7/27/2011) Sun-Sentinel about the ‘new’ greenway on the north side of the New River Canal that runs parallel to SR 84 and I-595. As you know, it is part of the planned wider greenway system to be implemented by Broward County that spans numerous cities and ties many of the parks and cultural centers together. The article states that the new greenway is devoid of any pedestrians or riders. The defenders' position is that the park is yet to be completed and there are benches with shades still to come. Unfortunately, no trees are to be planted since they might end up in canal after a hurricane. This is the first issue that should be reconsidered. If you want people to use the park, it NEEDS trees, it’s as simple as that.
 
Working on live video
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 08 July 2011 08:55
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Red-light cameras
Friday, 08 April 2011 08:33

Most of you already know that Sunrise is planning on installing 4 red light cameras at different intersections on Flamingo Rd. There will also be red light cameras at some of the other intersections in Sunrise. A recent article in Sun-Sentinel states that red-light cameras do not improves safety according to Fort Lauderdale accident data.

 
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