The Covered Bridge of Coral Springs

  For the ‘ol timers in Florida’s Coral Springs community, memories of long past are only 30 or so years, as the history of Coral Springs is very short. The city was only established a few decades ago and there has not been as significant of a landmark since the Covered Bridge located on 95th Street south of Wiles Road. It is here that you will find the first evidence of this town’s civilization dating back to 1963 when it was no more than a few buildings , a big swamp and a piece of the Everglades.  Most of the…

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BROWARD COUNTY SAYS “NO” TO TRAFFIC LIGHT

EDF CHAIRMAN BERNARD MOYLE, DEMANDS TRAFFIC LIGHT:  Senator Walter Campbell asked to intervene Summary: Broward County has refused to place a traffic light on the corner of 39th Street and Coral Ridge Drive. Among some of the reasons is that there are not enough accidents. 5 required, only 2 have taken place.  In case you are unaware, most of the major streets in Coral Springs are county roads. The traffic lights, signs and pavement are installed and maintained by Broward County. The public safety on these roads are their concern and as a result part of the taxes that we pay…

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