Coral Springs

We are very excited to be ​​

getting close to our Dedication and Ribbon Cutting for our newly renovated Chabad JewishCenter on Atlantic Blvd

​ in Coral Springs​

. This is a huge milestone for our community, and 18 months of planning and hard work to transform both the interior and exterior of this building into something magnificent.

To celebrate this truly exciting achievement, we will be having a Ribbon Cutting and Dedication this Saturday evening (Nov. 21st) at 8:00 pm. This is going to be an elegant event on a Saturday night, Nov. 21st at 8:00 pm. We have 150 people who have already registered to celebrate this occassion together with us. In addition it is our great honor to have our Representative  Jared Moskowitz, Sheriff Scott Israel, Tamrac Mayor Harry Dressler and five other Coral Springs and Tamarac City Commissioners who will grace us with their presence, and be part of the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

The actual Ceremony will be from 8:00 pm until about 8:30, after which we will open the doors for Wine, hor d’ourves, sushi bar, salad bar, desserts etc. There will be an Awards Ceremony inside later in the evening.

Governor Rick Scott announced that the Fort Lauderdale area gained 26,100 jobs over the year in October. The Fort Lauderdale area’s unemployment rate declined by 0.8 percentage point over the year to 4.7 percent in October. Florida businesses have added 978,800 private-sector jobs since December 2010.

Governor Scott said, “The Fort Lauderdale area continues to be a destination for job growth, with one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state at 4.7 percent. Businesses are succeeding in Fort Lauderdale, which means more opportunities for families to live their dreams right here in the Sunshine State.”


The Coral Springs boys basketball team is likely to have a good season. Myron Dewar is considered one of the best basketball players in Broward County will play an important role for the Colts this season. Jonado Fils is also a strong players. Coach Devin Barta believes the team will do well this season. The Colts opened with a win over a strong Boyd Anderson team.

The Westglades Middle School Honors Band performed its fall concert at Stoneman Douglas High School. The band is well respected and has won many accolades. On December 4, the band will perform at Universal Studios and on December 9, it will perform in the Coral Springs Holiday Parade



These are members of the Stoneman Douglas Cheerleading team. They won a local competition at J.P. Taravella High School.

The City Commission appointed Dan Daley as Vice Mayor on Wednesday, November 18. Daley has served as a Coral Springs Commissioner since November 2012.            “It’s an honor and privilege to be appointed Vice Mayor of my hometown!” Daley said. “Thanks to my colleagues and our residents for placing their trust in me. I look forward to helping lead our City to even greater heights” Daley added.            Daley is currently a Commission liaison to the Charter School Advisory Board, Customer-Involved Government Committee, Economic Development Advisory Committee, Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee and the Neighborhood and Environmental Committee.

The Coral Springs Commission discussed a General Obligation Bond during a recent meeting. The matter was tabled. The General Obligation Bonds would not exceed $18 million and would pay for a new mobile command center, a fourth floor training center at the Fire Academy, a new humane society unit and other public safety projects.

Also construction on the new municipal complex is likely to begin in February 2016.

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