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City of Fort Lauderdale Declares Local State of Emergency and Issues Curfew

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- The City of Fort Lauderdale has issued an Emergency Order declaring a local state of emergency and putting a curfew in place following civil unrest in the aftermath of protests which took place earlier today.  The curfew began this evening (Sunday, May 31, 2020) and will be in effect nightly from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for the next three days unless modified by a new emergency order. 

How a Unifying Vision Helps Entrepreneurs Act with Less Fear and Hesitation

Millions of people have made the decision to be entrepreneurs, and millions more will follow. One thing that many of them have in common is preparing for the unknown. What nobody tells someone who decides to become self-employed is that there are numerous things that will get in the way of your plan and that there will be some people who second-guess what they are doing or simply walk away. The good news is that the fear of the unknown doesn’t have to rule. One business coach is on a mission to help entrepreneurs act with less hesitation, and he’s showing them how do it.

Beaches, commercial gyms and hotels reopen Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale

On Tuesday, Fort Lauderdale will take a major step to return to a level of normal life. We are reopening our beaches, hotels and commercial gyms with measures in place to protect public health. 

In cooperation with other mayors and Broward County, we were able to move forward with these openings. With the rate of infection from COVID-19 on a steep decline, it was time that we begin to restore the amenities and businesses that keep our economy running and contribute to the great quality of life we have so long enjoyed in South Florida. 

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