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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Sorry for the hiatus! Hallandale Beach Blog is back!

"Yes! We Are Open"
Construction underway for The Village at Gulfstream Park development slated to open Fall 2008, Gulfstream Park Race Track and Casino, Hallandale Beach, FL July 15, 2007

Temperature about 93, no breeze, heat index a very miserable 101 degrees
Looking east from U.S.-1; photo by South Beach Hoosier



Gulfstream Park Race Track and Casino, Hallandale Beach, FL
July 15, 2007, Looking east from U.S.-1; photo by South Beach Hoosier

Gulfstream Park Race Track and Casino, Hallandale Beach, FL
July 15, 2007, Looking east from U.S.-1; photo by South Beach Hoosier
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Thursday July 19th, 2007
Hallandale Beach Blog has been on the blogger injured-reserve list recently due to a rather preposterous yet still very painful injury, which explains the general lack of prescient postings of late.

I'm sorry for the delay in getting news of note to you here, as that hasn't necessarily stopped the resident powers-that-be in Hallandale Beach, Hollywood and Aventura from continuing to practice their often harmful brand of public management and democracy, if the things I've seen around the area of late are as real and egregious as they appear to be.

That painful off-the-field injury has now healed sufficiently enough that I can once again return to the comfort of the keyboards and share my thoughts with you here, such as they are.
As the photos above clearly indicate, that time away from the blog has coincided with the construction work that has begun in earnest on the west side of the Gulfstream property for The Village at Gulfstream Park project that were bound to start sooner or later.
Well, "LATER" has officially arrived!

What I do have to offer now, though, are the dozens and dozens of photographs I've taken over the past few months in Hallandale Beach, Aventura and Hollywood of official city/agency neglect, incompetence or general laissez-faire quickly degenerating into laziness.

I've finally organized them to the point that rather than having to often get into rather complicated explanations here to connect the dots, and possibly risk getting into a pointless tangent or two, I can now simply show you the photos I've taken that literally speak volumes, making it far easier to follow my particular train of thought on a subject.

(Granted they'll be from a 35mm camera not a digital one, but I think they'll be good enough to amply illustrate a particular point better than mere words can.)
So don't be left at the train station.

Dave, a.k.a. South Beach Hoosier & Hallandale Beach Blog

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