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Emily Bonasia and Domenica Vera, student leaders and members of the Teen Political Forum Committee

Emily Bonasia, a senior at J.P. Taravella High School and Domenica Vera, a senior at Coral Springs Charter are both student leaders. They are members of the Teen Political Forum Committee that will take place tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m. 39 more words

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Sawgrass Springs Middle School students make presentation on T-shirt bags at Coral Springs Commission meeting

There is a strong effort to reduce the use plastic and to encourage recycling. Students in the environmental program at Sawgrass Springs Middle School made a special presentation to the Coral Springs Commission during the April 24 meeting. 47 more words

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Coral Springs residents get to vote on a referendum for capital projects in the City

During the April 23 meeting, the Coral Springs Commission passed on first reading an ordinance to hold a referendum asking voters whether or not to approve a bond referendum capital projects. 119 more words

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Home burglaries are down 40 percent in Coral Springs.

There is less crime in Coral Springs. During the April 23 meeting, the Coral Springs Police reported that home burglaries are down by 40 percent and car burglaries are down by 41 percent. 26 more words

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Marquis Javon Matthews, age 30, killed in car accident, Tuesday night at 10:00 p.m. on Coral Springs Drive

Marquis Javon Matthews, age 30, was killed on Tuesday night at 10:00 in an accident on Coral Springs Drive at around 10:00 p.m. Witnesses observed Matthews speeding northbound on Coral Springs Drive. 28 more words

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Coral Springs to host 2014 Teen Political Forum on Thursday April 24 at Coral Springs Center for the Arts

All High school students are encouraged to participate in the 2014 Teen Political Forum – an open mic style forum where students will address state and local elected officials and ask questions that are important to them. 163 more words

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Florida crime rate has dropped 4.7 percent

Governor Rick Scott was joined by Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey, Florida sheriffs and police chiefs to announce Florida’s crime rate dropped 4.7 percent compared to 2012, putting Florida at a 43-year crime low. 105 more words

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