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General Obligation Parks Bond for Hallandale Beach

 
Everyone:
 
Many of you have requested information on the General Obligation Parks Bond for Hallandale Beach and the impact to each of us personally as residents and business owners.
 
Please see today’s Sun Sentinel article on the financial impact to you and your tax bill.
 
Keeping you informed,
Keith
 
 
 
By Susannah Bryan, Lisa J. Huriash, Brian Ballou
 
In Coral Springs and Parkland, commissioners are asking voters for a raise.
 
Plantation wants to know if City Hall should ditch its strong mayor and hire a city manager to run day-to-day operations at City Hall — something most cities in Broward did years ago.
 
Hallandale Beach and Sunrise are seeking their first general obligation bond ever, hoping to borrow millions to pay for better parks. Homeowners would pick up the tab.
 
Sunrise is asking to borrow $65 million to pay for better parks and playgrounds throughout the city.
 
Hallandale Beach wants to borrow $58.5 million to expand and renovate eight city parks.
 
In both cities, the debt would result in a higher tax rate over the next 30 years.
 
"It's like taking on a mortgage over the next 30 years," said Hallandale Commissioner Michele Lazarow, who wants to make sure residents realize they will pay a higher tax rate if the measure passes.
 
In Hallandale, a resident who owns a house with a taxable value of $100,000 would pay an extra $86.40 a year if voters approve the bond. The new tax would start next year.
 
 
 
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