Monday, May 11, 2009

FLORIDA DIGEST - May 11, 2009

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Dolphin Democrats - Ft. Lauderdale
Guest Speaker: For the first time in 24 years, the mayor of the city of Ft. Lauderdale, the Honorable Jack Seiler, will address the Dolphin Democrats. Of course Jack has addressed the club recently; however it is the office of the Mayor of Ft Lauderdale that has not addressed the club in the past 24 years. Join us as we celebrate this historic occasion! Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 7:30 pm
Michael Albetta - President
Linda Jain - Vice-President

You are Invited!
ArtsUnited 10th Birthday Party
Friday, May 29 - 7-9pm
Hagan Park -
2020 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors
Tickets - $35


Go to the links for the following articles:

-Broward traffic stays jammed as signal upgrades lag far off schedule
New system of cameras and cables to adjust signals as conditions change is 4 years behind schedule
By Scott Wyman
Wonder why you're stuck in traffic all the time? Blame county government. By the end of last year, Broward County Click here for restaurant inspection reports was supposed to upgrade traffic signals at 1,300 intersections so they would constantly adjust to driving conditions. The work is more than four years behind schedule, and the high-tech traffic system is not fully operational anywhere in the county.,0,1820266.story

-Broward College going to four-day week with Friday closings
Several Broward College buildings will be closed on Fridays, as Broward College today begins trying out a four-day work week. The buildings will close to help save money and energy, but child-care centers and libraries will remain open.,0,4673907.story


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