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Attorney General Pam Bondi and Fort Lauderdale Mayor John P. “Jack” Seiler Host Press Event to Discuss National Mortgage Settlement

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.–On Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 12:30 p.m., Attorney General Pam Bondi, Mayor Seiler and the Fort Lauderdale City Commission will host a press event to discuss the national mortgage settlement and the relief that is available to Floridians. WHO: Attorney General Pam Bondi, Mayor John P. “Jack” Seiler and the Fort Lauderdale City Commission WHAT: Discussion of the national mortgage settlement and ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale Launches Annual Drop Savers Water Conservation Poster Contest

Contest Open to Fort Lauderdale Students in Grades K-12   Fort Lauderdale – The City of Fort Lauderdale, in partnership with the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association, is sponsoring the Drop Savers Water Conservation Poster Contest to celebrate Drinking Water Week, which will take place May 5-11, 2013. The City is inviting K-12 students who attend Fort Lauderdale public and private sc ...

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Feb. 20, 2013 Small Business Expo and Business Seminar

  Vendor booths are available for small businesses to showcase their products or services.  If a business would like to participate, please visit www.fortlauderdale.gov/businessseminar for details and registration information. ...

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Calling all FUTURE Gators!

  Calling all FUTURE Gators! Please complete the application below and submit it for consideration for one of sixteen Broward County Gator Club $1,500.00 Scholarships that will be awarded in 2013!  Instructions, requirements and guidelines are included on the Application.  You must be a graduating Broward County High School Senior, accepted, and soon to be attending the University of Florida the upcomi ...

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President Obama on Monday (Jan. 21, 2013) conveyed his main agenda items during his second inaugural address

President Obama on Monday (Jan. 21, 2013) conveyed his main agenda items during his second inaugural address ...

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For Roderick Harvey taking care of your business is his bottom line

Fortunately, I have been blessed to keep my focus and stay on track and make enormous strides in accounting, taxation and auditing. I have the confidence of knowing that I am “ahead of the curve” because there are very few practicing CPAs who boast the wealth of knowledge and experience that I bring to the table in this discipline ...

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Were allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination swept under the rug by the Miami Beach Fire Department?

The Miami Beach Fire Department [MBFD] recently concluded an investigation surrounding allegations made against them by Brian Gentles, 26, for sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and a hostile environment ...

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Take a walk in the parks to see Black History

Experiencing Black History Month this February is as easy as a walk in the park… a national park, that is, says Audrey Peterman, author of “Our True Nature: Finding a Zest for Life in the National Park System ...

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Still Standing: ‘The Weekly Challenger’ celebrating 46 years of service

The Weekly Challenger is an African-American owned newspaper in print since 1967. Mainly serving Pinellas County, Florida, it has thrived as a folksy paper that publishes news that the larger daily papers ignore. ...

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Urban League of Broward County, Sunshine Health and Centene Corporation will release the state of Black Broward Health Report

Urban League of Broward County will host a series of events to launch a community-wide health initiative. The series begins with a press conference to announce the official publication release of the State of Black Broward Health Report (SOBB) and will be followed by the Focus on Health Symposium ...

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