July 22, 2016

David Baumwald

How Pompano candidates answer questions on public education:                       David Baumwald, challenger for Mayor As a proud step-father of a girl I have watched go from Deerfield High School, to Broward College, to Florida Atlantic University, I can say our schools do need improvement. Since it […]

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July 22, 2016

Lamar Fisher

How Pompano candidates answer questions on public education:                     Mayor Lamar Fisher, candidate for re-election Public Education is a key component to the financial wellbeing of our community. Families must feel confident in the schools where their children attend. I know this as not only by […]

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July 22, 2016

Nov. 8 election draws challengers for every Pompano Beach commission seat

By Anne Siren Pompano Beach – Sixteen candidates are vying for six seats on the city commission here, including three for the “at-large” mayor seat. When Pompano Beach changed its local elections in 2008 from March to November, it marked the end of staggered terms, leaving all seats open this November. An issue facing all […]

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July 20, 2016

Keith Mizell, advocate for a stronger city, local Heat fan

Pompano Beach – H. Keith Mizell, 55, left us too soon on Friday July 15 of a heart attack in Marianna, FL while traveling for business. Mr. Mizell was born on Oct. 2, 1959 in St. Louis, MO, to Velma Jean (Towel) Mizell and James Howard Mizell. Raised in the Midwest, he fulfilled a life-long […]

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