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Tuesday, October 9, 2007
City of Hollywood candidate forums schedule
I noticed this handy bit of information on the city bulletin board, and had the city clerk's office run me a copy so that I could share it with you.
In case you missed them when they first came out, here are some of the latest Hollywood stories that I've read which have caused me to wonder about Hollywood's future, and precisely whom the buck stops with, if anyone.
Not that I agree necessarily with all the comments below.
Judge for yourself.
Terrible Trio, The Wasserstrom conviction should have at least a few pols shaking in fear — but, hey, this is Broward, byBob Norman, October 4, 2007
Hollywood truck theft: a stunt or a crime? by Todd Wright, Sept.27, 2007
The Nightmara Continues, by Bob Norman, Sept. 12, 2007
Judge and Jury, Judge Lazarus takes justice into his own hands in the Keith Wasserstrom trial
by Bob Norman, Sept. 13, 2007
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