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Struggling Hollywood PD Aims To Merge With BSO

HOLLYWOOD (CBSMiami) – Fed up with shrinking paychecks and stalled contract talks, Hollywood police officers have asked their union to put together a package on a possible merger with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. 385 more words

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Service Men & Women Honored On Veteran's Day

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A number of cities honored those who served our country on Sunday, Veteran’s Day.

At Miami’s Jungle Island, U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen attended a salute to our veterans sponsored by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. 315 more words

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Hollywood Uses Robocalls To Fight Nuisance Signs

HOLLYWOOD (CBSMiami/AP) — Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober has come up with a unique way to attempt the rid the city of cheap signs plastered all over lawns and corners of busy intersections. 884 more words

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S. Fla. Condo Developer Taking A Chance On Hollywood Property

HOLLYWOOD (CBS4) – Jorge Perez is at again.

The Related Group developer who led the boom in Downtown Miami broke ground today in Hollywood.

“I don’t think this is the start of a boom but this is just a very slow beginning to see if the market is showing positive signs,” said Perez, 271 more words

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Hollywood Voters Approve Pension Reform

HOLLYWOOD (CBS4) – Voters in Hollywood have spoken — they want pension reform for city employees.

The decision means hundreds of city workers — including police and firemen — will see significant changes to their pension plans, including having to work more years before they can retire with a full pension and seeing less money in their pensions. 579 more words

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Hollywood Considering Tax, Service Fee Increases

HOLLYWOOD (CBS4) – Hollywood residents will go to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots as to whether pensions given to city employees along with police and firefighters should be cut. 167 more words

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Hollywood Commissioners Take On Multi-Million Budget Shortfall

HOLLYWOOD (CBS4) – Raising taxes, increasing fees and reducing employee benefits will all be on the block when Hollywood commissioners meet in a workshop Thursday to try to figure out how to bridge a $25 million budget gap for the upcoming year. 348 more words

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