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Cory Smith is the new principal at Ramblewood Middle School

Cory Smith is the new principal of Ramblewood Middle School.

She brings a wealth of experience and education to her new position and plans to lead Ramblewood, a very successful middle school to more accomplishments. 325 more words

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Gov. Rick Scott announces that vehicle registration fees reductions will take place on September 1.

Governor Rick Scott highlighted that the reductions in Florida’s motor vehicle registration fees are set to take effect on September 1. Floridians will save approximately $17 to $25 when renewing their registrations, depending on the size of vehicle. 190 more words

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Coral Springs to hold events to honor the heroes of September 11, 2001.

Each year, the City remembers the victims and honors the heroes of September 11, 2001. On Saturday, September 6, the City is hosting its annual “September 11th Remembrance 5K.” This year, the route will begin at the Northwest Regional Library and head northbound on University Drive.  241 more words

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Coral Springs may change election rules.

The Coral Springs Commission may change city election policy. Under the rule, which passed on first reading, there would not be a supplemental qualifying period if a candidate withdraws from a race leaving only one candidate. 42 more words

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Groundbreaking ceremony for Coral Springs Downtown Art Walk on Wednesday, August 27 at 9:00 a.m.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the City’s Downtown Art Walk will be on Wednesday, August 27 at 9 a.m. The ceremony will be held at the Bank of America parking lot, located at 3200 N. 118 more words

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Commissioner Tom Powers is running for Mayor. He wants to create more jobs for the City.

Commissioner Tom Powers is running for Mayor of Coral Springs. He believes the City is on the right track and hopes to see even more jobs come to the City. 153 more words

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Howard Melamed wants to reduce cost of planned Coral Springs Municipal Complex from $28 million to $18 million.

If Howard Melamed wins Seat Four he promises to be an advocate to lower taxes, reducing the spending level for the planned Coral Springs Municipal Complex from $28 million to $18 million. 191 more words

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