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Here’s The Scoop …. The BSO Event Report … 9/1/09 …

September 3, 2009 by Barbara

Dear Readers…as promised the BSO “Event Report” Narrative for the 9/1/09 arrest of VFD Battalion Chief John Louvaris…(1 of 3…the other 2 are similar and concur…this has the most information)…

louvaris police rep.

This writer sent a request to the to LBTS PIO D’Oliveira for any press releases from the Town and/or the VFD through the Town on the incident…thus far none have been received….We hear Battalion Chief Louvaris is on “Administrative leave” as of today…

more to come….

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Here’s The Scoop…The Last Time Around…LBTS Police to BSO….#1….

July 9, 2009 by Barbara

THE PAST….

Dear Readers The rumblings are growing louder…Throughout the town we are hearing the Mc-Furth Gang and the Town Manager are in cahoots to give notice to BSO…and start up the LBTS McIntee Police Department…YIKES!…

Well isn’t it something if the Furths are behind such a move…..without the will of the people…

THE PAST…….PART 1…..

‘Lauderdale-By -The -Sea Citizens Action Committee

Mrs. Cristie Furth Chair

January 29, 2001

To all Members of the

LBTS Citizens Action Committee

Lauderdale by the Sea, Fl. 33308

Dear Fellow CAC Member:

As many of you know, at our regular monthly CAC meeting on Tuesday January 16, 2001 Broward County Sheriff Ken Jenne made a presentation to use his proposal that the Broward Sheriff’s Office provide law-enforcement services to the entire Town of Lauderdale by the Sea under contract with our Town. During part one of our meeting, Sheriff Jenne also participated in an informative questions and answer period with CAC members and guests.

During part two of our meeting we considered the question “How can LBS citizens most effectively influence the decision the decision-making process with regards to the BSO proposal?” Several members presented their views- both pro and con- on the BSO proposal. But the CAC intentionally avoided taking a formal position on the issue since we anticipated that this could well become an issue to be decided at an election, and since the CAC– not being a “political committee” under Florida Statutes- cannot appropriately take a position on any issue with a view to influencing the outcome of an election.

Nevertheless, without taking any position on the BSO proposal itself, several members did feel this was an issue of sufficient direct interest and importance to LBS citizens that it should be presented to those citizens in a referendum. To that end the Committee, by a vote of 13 to 4, invited the Executive Board to do whatever appeared necessary and proper to bring this issue to a referendum of the citizens of Lauderdale by the Sea. It was noted that it might be necessary to spend Committee funds to that  end.

Unfortunately, I must report to you that there does not appear to be anything that the CAC can properly do- under our by-laws and Florida law-to achieve these goals. We could appropriately appeal to the Town Commission., which has the authority to call a referendum on this issue. But the Mayor and at least two Commissioners have indicated at meetings of the Commission that they are not inclined to do so, preferring to take the decision themselves in light of their own assessments of public opinion based on statements by the citizens who attend the town meetings being held on this subject. Attempting to demand a referendum in the absence of voluntary action by the Commission would involve the CAC in political action which- since we are not a “political committee” – we cannot properly initiate. Therefore the CAC will take no public position, either  with regard to the BSO proposal or on any referendum to be held on any related issue, nor will any CAC funds be spent on those proposes.

In this, as in all other matters of public interest and concern of course, CAC members remain perfectly free to exercise their First Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution- either individually or severally- outside the framework of Citizens Action Committee.

Very sincerely yours,

Cristie Furth

Citizens Action Committee Chair’

BC- Hmmm….. DEFINITELY….more to come….

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Here’s The Scoop…Scene And Heard Around Town…This And That…We Made The News…Public Notices…

June 6, 2009 by Barbara

WHAT’S UP WITH THAT?….

We hear,  from an observant resident that the turtle eggs are being moved!…This resident said she saw it and asked and although it was stated at the recent LBTS Turtle Workshop, that this was no longer being advised…it is in fact happening here!…The response to this citizen on why…was it was due to the noise and the lights…The eggs are going back into the sand by Sea Ranch Club…HMMM…July 4th Fire Display from that area of the beach…thanks to the Mc-Furth Gang and the turtle eggs are suddenly being moved?…OOPS!…

We hear the VFD has been out two times this week spraying foam on the building at the SW corner of Commercial Blvd. and Bougainvilla…for bees…After visit number one they left it looking like Christmas …..with caution tape across the streets access onto Commercial…Day two brought them back for another round…and more foam…more caution tape around the front of the empty store….Questions being asked…what kind of foam was used…environmentally approved foam that will not cause problems for our water system?….OOPS!….

We hear the VFD once again chose to follow AMR on a medical call for a gentleman at the Beach Pavilion…who had chest pains…The firetruck was parked ion El Mar and crew was standing around…..We hear they were blocking the entry to the Pier parking lot and  were not too quick to move …that is until cameras starting clicking! OOPS!…We hear as first responders there is nothing the VFD could have done for this type medical call……So why take the truck out in the middle of the day to muck up traffic in the middle of town?…OOPS!

On that same day, last  Thursday the schools were out…the beach was packed and the water was choppy…this writer and daughter were at Aruba Beach Cafe’ for lunch and never observed any VFD- Beach Patrol on hand to cover such an active day…Despite reassurance from the VFD Fire Chief afterward upon picking up a public records request for the Beach Rescue incident reports (to be posted later) that they were out there…a look at the firehouse as we left showed the ATVs there…OOPS!…

The new canopy is now up for the firetrucks…and we hear now there is no room for the VFD boat that was stationed alongside?…OOPS!…

We hear there is to be a shade session at 6 pm on Tues. June 9th…in between the 5 pm budget workshop and the 7 pm Commission meeting…BUT…the Town is supposed to respond in filing a motion by June 8th!…So that means the Town is either filing a motion PRIOR to direction by the Commission or missing the deadline!…OOPS!…

Usually the Commission meeting backup is ready by 3 pm the Friday but yesterday, at 3 pm we were told they were just getting started due to an item being added late…HMMM…A big no no according to the agenda deadline rules…so no backup in Town Hall we were told…that afternoon before Town Hall closed at 4:30 pm……although it would be online shortly before or after close of business…(it was)…The item..it seems was Comm. Silverstone’s…new business…..while an item Comm. Dodd put on before the deadline was removed by the Manager without his consent……another  big no no…OOPS!…(Agenda/ commentary to be posted soon)…

The Hi-Riser this week (6/4/09) has an article about the “Totters” by Fallan Patterson…which looks at the “dismissed” item put back on the last agenda by Comm. Dodd looking for an Ordinance to prevent scavengers from taking the recyclables from the Right-Of-Ways thus keeping a certain element out of our neighborhoods..(leaving them able to “scout ou”t our homes) and keeping the recycle revenue percentages coming back to the Town…….The VP of Choice Environmental, Mike Savino said “LBTS is involved an Interlocal Agreement with 27 other cities in which the cities get a check for the recyclable materials they collect. The product [in the swale] belongs to the homeowners” ..(this was verified by the Town Atty. in the backup for the item)…”You can’t go rummaging through people’s stuff and making a mess, we try to deter it, report it if we see it.”…Comm. Sillverstone is quoted after these comments saying ‘he is not opposed to people collecting material from the recycling bins, but is concerned that if more people come around, their scavenging might affect the percentages the town receives.’ …”I can feel for those people. I’d rather them do this than less industrious things.”…UGHHH!…. Comm. Dodd said he wanted stop the risk right now by to ‘ give the police permission to tell “totters” who wish to pick up these materials “Not in this town. Why risk these types of people driving around our neighborhoods?”…(previous 5/26-27/09 Comm. meeting post)…An owner of a recycling center commented on collecting from the general public and the costs…saying ” In the last eight or nine months since things turned south, people are more aware they can be environmentally friendly and get a little money for it.”…OOPS!…

BC- From the article it clearly reaffirms the timliness and the necessity for the item Comm. Dodd put on, although it was hypocritically dismissed by the “Gang of 3″…OUCH!…

Public Notices…Sentinel…Few and far between are actual Town RFPs …still waiting on the Parking RFP…(and after we saw no newspaper RFP for fireworks display)…what shows up…The Invitation To Bid…on the Bel Air Entry signs! …..

6/6/09…(excerpt/ synopsis…full text in Sentinel..Town Hall)…

Invitation To Bid

ITD-09-06-04 …Town of LBTS …is accepting sealed bids for entryway signs…The work consists of the construction and installation of 2 concrete sign. The work will include demolition of existing signage, removal and relocation of existing landscaping ,installation of  proposed uplighting, installation of proposed curbing, connection to existing electrical service, restoration of asphalt, concrete, landscape and irrigation conduit.All work performed shall ne in accordance with the contract/Town of LBTS…Interested parties may contact the Project Engineer Shaun Bamforth P.E. for information. Copies of plans and specifications may be obtained from Town…Sealed proposal to be received by 2 pm July 7,2009..will be publicly opened and read out loud….

Readers…keep you eyes and ears open…and keep the information coming …Thanks!…

more to come…

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Here’s The Scoop….A Friendly Reminder…

May 19, 2009 by Barbara

COMING UP….

5/19/09….MASTER PLAN STEERING COMMITTEE…6:30 PM….JARVIS HALL…PUBLIC WELCOME…

5/20/09…11 AM BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT…

1 item…public notices…Sentinel 5/7/09…(excerpts)

Ms. Karen A. D’UVA-Bradley. , property owner of this property located within RS-4 Residential single family zoning district. 1658 West Tera Mar Drive (LBTS)

Property owner seeking (3) variances (1 )to allow existing shed..installed without permit, to be relocated and place 5’2 inches from front of property line rather than 25′ as required by code./( 2) to allow a proposed swimming pool to be constructed within front yard setback and within 10′ of a public right of way. The proposed pool location to be constructed is 3’1.5 from the property line./(3)  to allow swimming pool enclosure (fence) to be located within the front yard setback and within 10′ of the public right of way. The proposed location for the fence is directly on the front property line.

BC- Readers may recall Mrs. Bradley has come before the Town in the past with these requests, but pulled out before completing the process due to personal reasons. Unfortunately, in this writer’s opinion, she and her late husband were treated very poorly by the Town staff …which included the previous Director of Development, a former development employee and the Town Manager all making statements from the dais that were unprofessional and uncalled for, leaving the applicants unable to defend themselves, due to the applicants not being in attendance when these statements were made. Let’s hope no matter the outcome, this time around everything is above board and all deal with the issues, not personalities.

WHAT DID THEY HEAR?….5/20/09…NOON…CHANNEL 78….

We are told by the Town that the video of the Commission and their entourage (town staff)…on their “Field Trip”…for decibel meter reading last Friday night 5/15/09…will be shown..(it may be delayed a bit from the BOA meeting above)…but it should be worth a look…

more to come……..

Online…. http://www.lauderdalebythesea-fl.gov// Comcast Ch. 78…..

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Here’s The Scoop…Another Day..Another Near Drowning Today…In LBTS…

May 18, 2009 by Barbara

RIP CURRENTS ARE HERE TO STAY….

BC- We hear there was another call for help in LBTS today…The Mayor is going to do what this writer has heard as question # 1  from residents in this town especially after yesterday’s non- stop rescue effort…that called for help from “good Samaritans”….Many await the answers…

Excerpts…

‘LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA – Rip currents that caused swimmers to struggle along South Florida shores last weekend will continue for the next four days, according to the National Weather Service in Miami.

Rip currents challenged swimmers in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea on Sunday, when the Volunteer Fire Department said it helped bring several people to shore. Beachgoers swim at their own risk there.

Despite the weekend incidents and four drownings at the town’s beach in 2008, officials say the town cannot afford lifeguards. Instead, there are warning signs, ring buoys on poles and an ATV patrol by the volunteer firefighters.

Mayor Roseann Minnet, who unsuccessfully sought funding for lifeguards from Broward County, said she will ask the town attorney for an opinion on the situation.

“What is the perception we are giving the public: that we are providing rescues, and could that put the town at risk?” Minnet asked. “We’re incredibly pleased that they saved a life. That’s the most important thing. What if it had gone the other way?”‘

Full text link below….

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/broward/rip-currents-lauderdale-by-the-sea-051909,0,6260441.story

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Public Notices….

April 19, 2009 by Barbara

ORDINANCE 2009-18…BEACH PERMIT PARKING…

April 18,2009 Sentinel…

TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA

Notice of Public Hearing

The Town of LBTS will hold a public hearing before the Town Commission on Tuesday April 28,2009 at 7 pm or as soon thereafter as possible in the Town Commission Chamber to consider the following ordinances;

Ordinance 2009-18 An Ordinance of the Town of LBTS Fl. Amending section 19-26 of the code of ordinances to create Beach Permit and revise parking permit regulations providing for severability; codification; and an effective date.

Full text available online in the backup available Fri. April 24,2009 and upon request at Town Hall…

BC- Let’s see what is contained this go- round…this has been kicked around quite a few times…In this writer’s opinion it has been done under pressure from a few “chosen CIC members” and pushed through by the Commission CIC members on the dais….to benefit those “chosen few”…at the expense (pun intended) of the rest of the taxpayers in this town…

The rate originally decided on for residential parking annual permit was $50….Once voted on and then pulled to accommodate these CIC members…by Vice Mayor McIntee…Next time it was on to enact but  due to McIntee “being asleep at the wheel” … all residential parking was kept under the same  heading as it has long  been designated by signage and in the ordinance…Realizing he “blew it” after the vote…McIntee tried unsuccessfully to re-vote…and change this vote…neither worked…Next time this was on the agenda…It was brought back…only this time the special “benefit” to the “Chosen CIC members” was also a lower annual rate for beach parking to $20 annually!…It passed!…

Other towns charge upwards of $150 dollars annually for this type of prime parking…and we just gave it away…at a cost to the taxpayers of lower revenues for prime spots…that will be empty for a large part of the time…and now paying for new signage…designating the spaces for beach permits only…

The present residential spaces ….soon to be beach parking spaces  are already underutilized in the El Prado parking lot…with tourists moving their cars to keep from being ticketed on a regular basis……

Nothing like election time….with friends on the dais…

more to come….

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Public Notices…LBTS…Plumbing….Tree Trimming…2009 Contract Bids…

March 8, 2009 by Barbara

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS….

Sentinel 3/7/09…

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TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA

Invitation To Bid

ITB 09-03-04

Sealed bids for the plumbing service agreement 2009, addressed to the Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Florida 33308 until 2:00 pm local time on the 30th day of march 2009., and will publicly opened and read. Any bids after the time and date specified will not be considered. The project consists of furnishing the necessary equipment, labor, and material for the performance of plumbing services for plumbing equipment and systems specified in the contract documents.

June White, Town Clerk

March 7,14 2009

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http://www.vniles.com/Content/articlefiles/76-TreeTrimming1.jpg

TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA

Invitation To Bid

ITB 09-03-05

Sealed bids for the tree trimming services agreement  2009, addressed to the Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Florida 33308 until 2:00 pm local time on the 30th day of march 2009., and will publicly opened and read. Any bids after the time and date specified will not be considered. The project consists of furnishing the necessary equipment, labor, and material for the performance of tree trimming services for tree trimming equipment and systems specified in the contract documents.

June White, Town Clerk

March 7,14 2009

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Public Notices….2nd Reading…Tennis/EMS Fees…..3/10/09…..

March 3, 2009 by Barbara

Sentinel…March 1,2009…

http://www.horncastlenews.co.uk/custompages/GetImage.aspx?ImageID=65975&Time=11_35_3_37

TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Ordinance 2009-15: AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY- THE- SEA, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 17 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING SECTION 17-14 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO CHANGE THE FEE STRUCTURE FOR USE OF TOWN TENNIS COURTS; PROVIDING FOR AUTOMATIC ANNUAL FEE INCREASES; PROVIDING FOR PRORATED FEES FOR TENNIS KEYS PURCHASED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Ordinance 2009-16: AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA, FLORIDA, CREATING CHAPTER 8.5 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO BE ENTITLED “EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES” TO AUTHORIZE THE IMPOSITION OF FEES FOR THE PROVISION OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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Public Notices….TOWN Of LBTS-BIDS/RFP/ORDINANCES

February 15, 2009 by Barbara

PUBLIC NOTICES…..

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LBTS PUBLIC NOTICES…

Sentinel 2/14/09….(full text available at Town Hall)

Advertisement For Bids…

Town of LBTS

Invitation To Bid

ITB-09-02-04

Sealed bids for the streetlight Maintenance Service Agreement 2009, addressed to the Town of LBTS will be received by the Town Clerk until 2 pm  local time on 3/16/09 and then publicly opened and read any bids received after time and date specified will not be considered. The project consists of furnishing the necessary labor and materials for the performance of street light equipment and systems specified in the contract documents. June White, Town Clerk

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ITB-09-02-02

Sealed Bids for the Electrical Maintenance Services Agreement  2009, addressed to the Town of LBTS will be received by the Town Clerk until 2 pm  local time on 3/16/09 and then publicly opened and read any bids received after time and date specified will not be considered.The project consists of furnishing the necessary labor and materials for the performance of electrical services for electrical  equipment and systems specified in the contract documents. June White, Town Clerk

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ITB 09-02-03

Sealed bids for Air Conditioning Services Agreement  2009, addressed to the Town of LBTS will be received by the Town Clerk until 2 pm  local time on 3/16/09 and then publicly opened and read any bids received after time and date specified will not be considered.  The project consists of furnishing the necessary labor and materials for the performance of Air Conditioning Services for electrical  equipment and systems specified in the contract documents. June White, Town Clerk

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TOWN of LBTS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

RFP 09-02-01

FOR SOLID WASTE,BULK,WASTE,AND RECYCLING COLLECTION SERVICES

specifications may be obtained at a cost of $10 from the office of the Clerk Town Hall

A NON-MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE will be held at Jarvis Hall at 10 am on 2/24/09…Proposal shall be received on or before 2 pm 3/10/09 where shortly thereafter proposal will be opened and read aloud. 1 original and 5 copies must be submitted in sealed packaging and all clearly marked on all outer package  and/ or envelope “Sealed Proposal RFP #09-02-01 Solid Waste , Bulk Waste and Recycling Collection Services. Late proposals not to be considered.

RFP includes the following-

Section 1-Background information/Sec. 2- General instructions/Sec. 3- Terms & Conditions/ Sec. 4- Qualification Package Forms/ Sec. 5-Cost Package Forms/ Sec. 6-Agreement

The Town of LBTS reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive any and all informalities, and to accept or reject all or any part of ant proposal as they deem to be in best interest of the citizens of LBTS or the Town of LBTS may reject proposal and re-advertise. June White, Town Clerk

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TOWN of LBTS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Town of LBTS will hold a hearing on 2/24/09 at 7 pm Jarvis Hall

ORDINANCE 2009-08

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LBTS AMENDING SEC.19-21 THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO AMEND PARKING AND STORAGE REGULATIONS FOR THOSE PROPERTIES THAT WERE ANNEXED INTO THE TOWN IN 2001, FOR SO LONG AS OWNERSHIP OF SAID PROPERTIES  DOES NOT CHANGE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION AND EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE 2009-09

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LBTS CREATING SEC.5-61 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO BE ENTITLED “INOPERABLE BOATS AND BOATS UNDER REPAIR” TO PROHIBIT BOATS THAT ARE INOPERABLE  OR UNDER REPAIR FOR MORE THAN 90 DAYS FROM REMAINING JURISDICTION OF THE TOWN, EXCEPT FOR LICENSED MARINE FACILITY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

All interested parties may be heard at the meeting

If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter considered at this public meeting or hearing he/she will need a record of the preceedings and for such purpose may need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. June White, Town Clerk

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Public Notices…Dangerous Dog LBTS Ordinance…1st Hearing..Necessary or Not?…

December 7, 2008 by Barbara

Sentinel 12/6/08…full text available at Town Hall upon request…

TOWN OF LAUDERDALE-BY- THE-SEA

Notice Of Public Hearing

The Town on LBTS will hold a public hearing before the Commission onTues. Dec 16,2008 at 7 pm or as soon thereafter in the Town Commission Chamber, LBTS (Jarvis Hall) to consider the following Ordinance.

ORDINANCE 2008-25 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COMMISSION OF LBTS FL. AMENDING CHAP.4 ARTICLE II, SECTION 4:30 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE TOWN OF LBTS TO ESTABLISH PROVISIONS PROTECTING THE PUBLIC FROM DANGEROUS DOGS;

all interested parties may appear and be heard…

http://www.lauderdalebythesea-fl.gov/

http://www.municode.com/resources/gateway.asp?pid=14431&sid=9

Town Codes…

‘Sec. 4-30. Vicious dogs running at large prohibited.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any owner or keeper of any vicious dog to permit such dog to run at large or without the enclosure of the owner or keeper thereof within the corporate limits of the Town without being properly muzzled.
(b) Any dog known to have bitten any person is hereby defined as a “vicious dog” but the term “vicious dog” shall not be limited to only those dogs which are known to have bitten any person.
(Code 1962, § 4-27)’

BROWARD COUNTY HAS DANGEROUS DOGS ORDINANCE ALREADY ON THE BOOKS…

http://www.broward.org/animal/ani01700.htm

Dangerous Dogs: Section 4-12

A “Dangerous Dog” is a dog that has done the following:

  • A dog that when unprovoked approaches a person in a menacing fashion or with an attack attitude.
  • A dog that has killed or caused the death of a domestic animal in one incident, while off the owner’s or keeper’s property.
  • Has aggressively bitten, attacked, endangered, killed or inflicted severe injury on a human being on public or private property.
  • Has been used primarily or in part for the purpose of dog fighting.

If a dog – whether or not the dog has been classified as “dangerous” — causes severe injury or death to a person OR domestic animal while unprovoked and off the owner’s property, an Animal Care Officer will impound the dog. Written notice will be given to the owner and after ten (10) business days from the date of notification, the dog will be humanely euthanized.’

In the 12/6/08 Sentinel and the Miami Herald…(link below)…articles about the Broward County Dangerous Dog Act already covering all of Broward county…which includes LBTS…

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/broward/story/801583.html

So once again we have spent money and time…on something that may have been needlessly pursued…with time spent in discussion on the dais…staff time and attorney time to draw up the Ordinance along with the Public Notice costs in the Sentinel…

This subject was brought to the podium a few months back by Comm. Clottey…some research was done and memos were sent to the Commissioners….then Vice Mayor McIntee put it on the agenda…and decided to grandstand…despite the assertion by the Mayor that BSO said we did not have a problem and the Ordinance was already on the books…

After reading the articles in the news yesterday, and going online to check out the Broward County Ordinances… she was correct, and we are covered just as all communities in Broward, thus there was no need to add this Town Ordinance and incur unnecessary costs to the town to duplicate this existing County Ordinance…just makes for more fodder ….for poor administrative action…and poor Commissioner due diligence by some who did not do their homework…too bad!

more to come…

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