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Saturday, October 27, 2012

re 2012 Hallandale Beach Charter Questions: Vote NO on Questions 1-4 & 6, Vote YES on Question 5, to expand citizen's right to Repeal, Adopt and Expand Ordinances


Above, Hallandale Beach City Hall. Despite what the Broward Supervisor of Elections sign says, the actual Early Voting is taking place behind City Hall at the HB Cultural Center. If you are not the sort of person who has spent much time around HB City Hall before, the number-one thing you're likley to come away thinking is, "Why does such a relatively small city have so many vehicles?" It's even worse when you know the truth, and know how many of the cars are never actually used, which is why you see spider webs near the tires of so many. Then, once you leave, within about five minutes, you'll spot about 6-9 more HB cars on the road, each with one person. It's no way to run a city, that's for sure! October 24, 2012 photo by South Beach Hoosier.  © 2012 Hallandale Beach Blog, All Rights Reserved
re 2012 Hallandale Beach Charter Questions: Vote NO on Questions 1-4 & 6, Vote YES on Question 5, to expand citizen's right to Repeal, Adopt and Expand Ordinances





The questions are numbered on the city's website, but they are NOT numbered on Broward County's absentee ballot.
Yes, we're surrounded by geniuses!

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