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PB: Quick Bites

Land Use Meeting Goes Awry

SDM couldn’t bear to watch the July 21 meeting, though we tuned in for snippets thinking at some point the main event would begin. 552 more words

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Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay

1900, giorno di San Valentino, Australia. Alcune ragazze dell’Appleyard College decidono di fare un picnic vicino ad Hanging Rock, una formazione rocciosa.

Durante il pomeriggio tre ragazze ed una governante scompaiono misteriosamente dopo essersi avventurate lontano dal gruppo. 243 more words

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PB Guest Post by David Singer

The end of a disaster

Over the past six years there have been individuals on this council and in our community who have lectured on the importance of citizen’s rights. 516 more words

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PB Election Update: Games People Play

The Village of Palmetto Bay election just got more interesting.

A new entrant filed for the district three seat currently occupied by Councilwoman Joan Lindsay. Joining unknown candidate James Shedd (Watch out Jimmy, Stanczyk is probably cooking up a special “Shedd” ordinance just for you!) in the race is first-time candidate… 252 more words

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PB: Guest Post by David Singer (With SDM Comments)

The good guys actually achieved a well-deserved win during Monday’s special council meeting when Councilmen Patrick Fiore, Tim Schaffer and John Dubois, voted down what could have been a disaster for Village residents, Churches, Private Schools and Daycares within Palmetto Bay. 1,021 more words

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PB: Stanczyk - And the mob will rule...or maybe not

Palmetto Bay’s village council took up a controversial measure proposed by Mayor Shelley Stanczyk on June 23rd, which would prohibit by charter any form of lighting to be installed on religious facilities, daycare centers, private schools and other nonpublic facilities. 472 more words

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PB: England's Fightin' Words

The Miami Herald published online a Soapbox letter from village mayor candidate Peter England. Most of you will see it in your Sunday paper, but SDM thinks you may want to preview it here: 367 more words

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