NICK SORTAL, PLANTATION COUNCIL
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Balancing act: City's needs, financial responsibility The most important job a city council does is handle is how to spend taxpayer money, and a workshop on May 8 started us down the road for 2019-2020. The city’s department heads presented their thoughts...
Plantation’s tree rules are in line with a Broward County ordinance designed to protect our environment.
Although the progress varies, as does our level of success, here’s what our leaders are working on.
Some issues that could be decided by local governments are instead being handled in Tallahassee.
County project: Bike lanes on PetersSigns along Pine Island Road and University Drive have been warning us: Construction is coming.The date spelled out is April 22, this Monday, and if you’re like many of the people who have contacted me in recent days,...
World War II and other veterans participate in a “Virtual Honor Flight” at South Plantation High Thursday. The public is encouraged to attend.
Kaluz restaurant attained popularity in Fort Lauderdale. Now a second location is likely headed to Plantation.
Plantation Parks have some upgrades on the way. And remember to sign up for summer camp and youth sports.
We on the Plantation City Council have established a tone of civility and a willingness to listen. I think that sets the tone for our city.
Baptist Health has broken ground on an “outpatient facility” that could be a convenience for Plantation residents who patronize that hospital system.