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Upper Keys Humane Society Pets Now Seeking New Homes

Fort Lauderdale, FL – Hurricane Irma left the Humane Society of Broward County (HSBC) without power for three days.  Sadly the Upper Keys Humane Society located in Key Largo may not have power for weeks or possibly months.  Prior to the storm, staff from the shelter in Key Largo drove their 55 cats and five dogs, that had been in their adoption area, to the Humane Society of Broward County to ride out the storm safely.  Now that the hurricane has passed, the Key Largo staff drove back to their shelter and assessed the area.  While their building is still standing they felt it was in the best interest of the animals that they remain at the HSBC to find new homes. 

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Post Hurricane Irma Updates on City Operations

TELEPHONE TOWN HALL MEETING WITH MAYOR JACK SEILER
Join Mayor Jack Seiler for a special live Telephone Town Hall Meeting tonight, Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 6 p.m., focusing on Hurricane Irma and its impact on the City of Fort Lauderdale. Neighbors with listed phone numbers will receive a call prior to the start of the meeting with instructions on how to participate. Neighbors may also call toll-free 1-888-409-5380 to join the conversation.

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As Fort Lauderdale's Riva Nears Completion, Luxury Condo Offers 20 Percent Total Deposit at Contract

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  – Closings are on the horizon at Riva, the first luxury condominium along Fort Lauderdale’s Middle River. Now in its final phase of construction, Riva is offering new buyers the opportunity to put down a deposit of only 20  percent at contract, an attractive advantage compared to the typical 40 to 50 percent deposit requirements at other new South Florida condominiums.

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Broward Education Foundation’s Tools For Schools Launches County’s Largest Back to School Supply Drive

BROWARD COUNTY – Many Broward County Public School students come from families battling extreme poverty and too often school supplies are sidelined in favor of food and shelter. Basic items like flat pink erasers, composition books, glue sticks and crayons can mean the difference in a child’s attendance, their self-esteem and ultimately, their success. The community can help by participating in Broward’s largest and most comprehensive back to school supply drive- Tools for Schools Broward will be launched countywide on July 10 by the Broward Education Foundation.

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