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Leaders Go First!

We have all had the unenviable experience of dealing with leaders who lack integrity and, at the very least, it can be frustrating and more likely demoralizing. There again, great leaders have the ability to inspire us, and nothing is more inspiring than a leader who walks their talk.

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Restoration 1 Looks to Clean Up

Pompano Beach, FL – Looking to provide relief for the nearly 1 million people affected each year by natural disasters in the United States, Restoration 1 is continuing to expand its footprint and anchor itself as one of the fastest-growing and trusted emergency mitigation and restoration franchises in North America.

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Local Law Firm to Host Free Informational Seminar at ArtServe

SOUTH FLORIDA – Leading Florida community association law Firm Kaye Bender Rembaum has announced it will be hosting a free town hall meeting on Tuesday, January 13 at 6:45 p.m. at ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale as part of its seventh annual town hall meeting series. Kaye Bender Rembaum attorneys will discuss industry hot topics, including the 2014 legislative changes, assistance animal issues and more, as well as answer community association-related questions from board members, residents and property managers of condominium, homeowner and cooperative associations.

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City of Fort Lauderdale 2015 Proposed Budget

The City of Fort Lauderdale's property valuation came in 6.9% higher than last year.  This marks the third consecutive year that Fort Lauderdale's property values have climbed and is another indication that our economy is back on track.  Earlier this month, the fiscal year 2015 Proposed Budget was presented to the City Commission.

After much discussion, the Commission unanimously adopted a resolution proposing no increase to the current operating millage rate and no increase to the fire assessment fee.  The proposed millage rate for fiscal year 2015 was kept at its current level of 4.1193 per $1,000 of taxable value. 

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