David Vs Goliath: Coral Springs Firm Takes on the FCC

Coral Springs Fl  – April 17, 2006 –  CellAntenna Corporation headquartered in Coral Springs Florida, announced today the filing of an action in the US District Court of the Southern District of Florida challenging a law enforced by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to prohibit the use of cellular and radio frequency jamming equipment by state and local governments. CellAntenna argues that several sections of the Federal Communications Act (FCA) of 1934 violate the 14th amendment of the Constitution and conflict with both the public interest and the wishes of Congress. Additionally, the FCC rules put at risk the lives…

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Hurricane Wilma Comes to Town

Hurricane Wilma hit Coral Springs hard as a category 3 ( regardless of the National Hurricane Center’s prediction of a category 1 maybe even a tropical storm).  This was an incredible experience. My home is located in the Cypress Glenn area which is located in southwest Coral Springs. I had prepared my home on Sunday, the day before, by installing the hurricane panels on the windows and openings, filling the generator with gas, while my wife and kids went to the grocery store and bought provisions for 3 days.  Don’t forget the batteries! Good thing we didn’t . The front…

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Parkland Mayors: Horses or Horse’s Asses A look at the race for Mayor of Parkland

Many people have said that Coral Springs should annex their neighbor to the north, Parkland, and be done with them.  No sooner than this thought leaves peoples mind and along comes the mare (mayor)  horse race, pardon the pun to prove once again that common sense isn’t common anymore. It is not that everyone in Parkland is rich with big houses, low property taxes and the ability to ride a horse any where you want. It is instead the pettiness of the individuals that are involved in the local politics that makes most of them horses asses.  Is there nothing…

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Move over Starbucks: JAVA D’LITES COMES TO TOWN

by Juan Valdez I opened the tall glass smoky door and slowly made my way in dragging my feet. Starbucks. My heart started to palpitate. It was a tough night of tossing and turning.  I couldn’t get to sleep as my mind was racing. This was probably from the large amounts of coffee that I consumed during the day. I am hooked like most Americans on this drug called caffeine. It makes me happy during the day, and, restless during the night. I tried to stop but the local coffee pusher makes it difficult. The line up to get coffee …

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Reform Immigration Laws To Make Easy To Do it Legally

I am an immigrant to this great country of ours, and one that has entered this country legally and followed all of the rules. In the year 2000 I became a US Citizen, again following all of the rules. I waited my turn, and although there are many people that get a free ticket to the front of the line, there are literally millions of people who have paid their $350 and are waiting patiently for the INS to issue them a visa to enter the United States.  We do not need a free ticket for those that simply decided…

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My Daughter My Hero

-by Howard Melamed At the beginning of March this year, my daughter Jessica was involved in a serious car accident on the I-95 on the way to visit her brother at school in Orlando. It was an experience that every parent does not want to go through and an ordeal that left me proud of my daughter. While Jessica was driving on the I-95 near PGA boulevard in Palm Beach County,  2 trucks got into an accident with one of them landing on its side across the expressway. My daughter’s car slid under the truck and had its top removed. …

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