Diane Gonzalez Simpson : Best choice for City Commissioner June 18 – If you show up and vote

Coral Springs Fl : June 9, 2019 : Here we go again, with a third election in less than 1 year – and the voter turnout is expected to be the worst ever on June 18. Less than 5000 voters our of 83000 are expected to participate. Pathetically Coral Springs voters think that voting is nothing more than a nuisance, something that is not important and of course they take for granted. Shame on them. Those apathetic citizens of our country to me equate to leaches sticking to the sides of the salmon getting a free ride upstream. These leaches…

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city commissioners Vote themselves an extended stay in office Declare: Public Has no Right to Vote

The story so far: The Coral Springs city commissioners made a mistake in 1994 when they asked the Citizens of Coral Springs if they wanted to limit city commissioners (including the Mayor) to no more than 8 consecutive years in office.  The Citizens voted for this change to the charter and the new ‘Law’ came into effect March 1996. What the city commissioners really wanted to have us vote on was that there should be a limit of 8 consecutive years of service for any city commissioners other than themselves.  So the city commissioners are simply changing the ‘Law’ that…

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City Commission Meetings: Best Seat in Town!

Coral Springs , May 11, 2000  (updated May 12,2000: Employees don’t get overtime pay at city meetings) (updated May 17,2000 added City Commissioners Email Addresses) (Updated June 7,2000: Changed from topic of meeting to Theme of meeting) I find it strange that for a city the size of Coral Springs, commission meetings are not well attended. After all, one would think that with a population of 110,000 people, at least 50 would show up and why not 150? Decisions that are made by the commissioners may directly impact the environment both qualitatively and monetarily that we live in. So why do…

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