Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Monument adds some history to Coral Springs

This January, we had the pleasure of unveiling the Martin Luther King Jr. Monument at the Northwest Regional Library on University Drive here in Coral Springs. To contrast some of our previous endeavors in terms of art and the appreciation of art within the city, which has been questionable at best, this piece works as a great addition to put the focus more on what our city is lacking; history. The monument was beautifully built using Lac Du Bonnet Pillar (coral colored granite) which stands for equality, freedom of speech, unity and democracy. Many from the city gathered to watch…

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Building Broward TOGETHER

Learn the latest in innovations of technology, real estate, and more about the city of Coral Springs at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors Membership meeting, this Friday, February 26th, from 8:30am to 10:30am. The event will be held at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts and will go over topics such as new residential projects in the city and what is to come in the near future. Presenting information on the furthering of technology & the latest news in Drones is guest speaker Richard Lopez of OpenSky Drones, a division of CellAntenna Corporation, which offers aerial photography and videography tours for residential…

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Is Coral Springs a democratic city?

To preface this article, allow me to give you a couple quick facts about the city of Coral Springs. Coral Springs is the 12th largest city in the state with almost 130,000 residents. Believe it or not, it also has a two to one Democratic voter registration advantage. The last time the city voted for a Republican Presidential candidate was back in 1988 (before some of us were even born) and has not been represented in the state legislature by a Republican since before our district was moved in 1982. That being said, as we know it, the city of Coral Springs…

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