Monday, June 23, 2008

FLORIDA DIGEST - June 23, 2008

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-Another safe source of power
Recently, a new energy project that will bring needed clean natural gas toSouth Florida has been the target of sensationalist attacks that do adisservice to those who care about clean energy, the environment and thefuture of our natural resources. The proposed Calypso Deepwater Port, whichwill consist of an underwater marine offloading buoy and anchoring systemlocated in federal waters approximately eight to 10 miles off the coast ofFort Lauderdale, is an environmentally friendly solution to help meetFlorida's growing energy needs.,0,2035264.story

-Local candidates try to ride Obama excitement to the polls
Black leaders, pastors and a weekly newspaper want to tap the excitementover an African-American presumed presidential nominee to boost interest inlocal Broward County political races. The Westside Gazette is sponsoring apolitical forum Monday at Mount Hermon African Methodist Episcopal Church inFort Lauderdale.,0,3810657.story

-Wellington will discuss a stricter watering policy
Wellington - The village soon could be the first in Palm Beach County tomake strict lawn watering restrictions permanent, and even tougher thancurrent limits. The prospect has some homeowners up in arms.,0,6472477.story

Come Meet Justin Flippen
Candidate for Wilton Manors City Commission
Friday, June 27th - 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Wilton Station Clubhouse
2605 NE 14th Ave
Wilton Manors, FL 33334
Suggested contribution: $25
For more information contact or 954-610-9100.

From Nate Klarfeld, President
Stonewall Library & Archives
YouTube - Stonewall BreakOUT party
Click the link below for pictures of the construction party for the fabulousnew facility at ArtServe - 1350 East Sunrise Blvd. - across from Publix inFt. Lauderdale.


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