Coral Springs Woman Killed by Her Own Dog

No law in Coral Springs Against Ownership of Dangerous Dogs Coral Springs FL, August 18, 2006:   A woman died Friday afternoon after she was attacked by her dog while giving it a bath in the backyard of her home.   At around 3:25 p.m. Coral Springs police received a call that a woman was being bitten by a dog at her residence in the 9300 block of NW 39 Ct.  The woman’s young daughter ran to a neighbor’s house saying her mother was being bitten by the family dog.  The neighbor called police and two officers were sent to…

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Another Bank Robbery in Coral Springs!

Experienced bandits nab cash at Washington Mutual Bank on Wiles Road Coral Springs August 11,2006: For the 2nd time in less than a month, another bank was held up in Coral Springs.  The Washington Bank located at 10585 Wiles Road, was robbed on August 11 at 10:36 am when two men wearing black masks and  carrying semi-automatic weapons walked in and ordered everyone to the ground.  They knew what they were doing. These same bandits had  hit 5 other banks in Palm beach County since October of 2005. That became apparent when the police had found out that in all…

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Coralsprings.com Declares Water Shortage Over

South Florida Water Management personnel unable to comment on drought  due to flooding. by Howard Melamed August 5 20013rd Drought (draft) We have had a tremendous amount of rain the past few days, and all of our canals are filled to the top. The ground is saturated and so are we all, due to the unexpected tropical wave that hit South Florida this week. With all of this rain, do you really expect the politicians and bureaucrats to declare this water shortage hallucination over? I don’t think so. I suppose that now, they will have to do the appropriate studies…

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Some Coral Springs Citizens Suffer From SPS

Stupid People Syndrome affects  15% 24.3% of the population. Airborne Virus Carried by Television Programming and the National Hurricane Center by  Maxwell Smart  Coral Springs FL, August 28, 2006: Stupid people Syndrome is rampant in the city.  The National Hurricane center distributes this virus to the television stations who inject it into everyone’s brain.  Then the mayor of Broward County, what’s his name, tells you that everything has been done to prepare for the hurricane, but forgets about the fact they told us that last year, and then forgot to get generators for gas stations so we can fill up…

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