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Invitation to Chief Adderley

 

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 March 24 2015

Chief Franklin Adderley

Fort Lauderdale Police Department

1300 W Broward Boulevard

Fort Lauderdale Fl 33312

 

Dear Chief Adderley,

On behalf of the Council of Fort Lauderdale Civic Associations, I would like to invite you to our next General Membership Meeting on April 14 to give the monthly Police Report. We are concerned about the recent situation regarding racist videos posted by officers of FLPD. We want to know the facts from you and not the media or blogosphere or gossip.

This reprehensible behavior toward members of our community, our neighbors and frends is outrageous and will not be tolerated. We want to know from you what happened, when and how it was discovered, what did you do and what are you doing going forward.

It is very important for you and for our City that the facts are presented in a transparent manner and discussion with community representatives is encouraged. We will modify the agenda for our meeting to give you ample time to talk with us. Please let me know as soon as possible if you can attend. I can be reached at 954 760 9224.

Regards

Marilyn Mammano

Marilyn Mammano, President

Council of Fort Lauderdale Civic Associations

CC: Board Members CFLCA

 Invitation to Chief Adderley


Lauderserve App for IPhone

Lauderserv: Fort Lauderdale Customer Service

The City of Fort Lauderdale is here to serve our neighbors 24-hours-a-day. Our dedicated team of community builders is committed to providing quality and timely service and they are eager to assist youDownload our new Lauderserv app to submit a customer service request right from your mobile device. You can report a streetlight outage, clogged stormdrain, pothole, or broken waste cart; find out your sanitation pick-up days or how to pay your water bill; and more. You can also use Lauderserv to access the City’s social media accounts and get beach conditions.


Legislation Regarding Sober Houses

For those members who are concerned about the location and operation of Sober Houses in your neighborhood, you should be aware that legislation regarding Sober Houses is moving in Tallahassee. Below is a summary of the legislation which deals with certification of operators. We will have an update at the April 8 General Membership Meeting.

Legislation Regarding Sober Homes Moving in Tallahassee
SB 582 by Senator Clemens and HB 479 by Representative Hager, would allow for the regulation of sober house transitional living facilities by requiring annual registration with the Department of Children & Families by sober house transitional living homes to operate in the state and provides a criminal penalty for operating without a valid certificate of registration. It defines “recovery residences,” “registrable components” and “residential dwelling units.” The registration fee is capped at $200 and authorizes the department to conduct inspections, issue, deny, suspend or revoke a certificate of registration for a sober house. Personnel of the sober house transition home would be required to comply with level 2 background screening. The bill also sets forth requirements for advertising a sober house transitional living home. Lastly, the bill provides an exemption from certification for sober house transitional living homes licensed by the department as a residential treatment facility offering level 5 treatment program or one that serves and is licensed as a community housing component of a day or night treatment facility. These licensed facilities are also exempt from the September 1, 2014, application for certification deadline. SB 582 was not heard this week. The companion bill, HB 479 will be heard in the Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee on 3/31
Track Senate Bill SB582 here:
Track House Bill 479 here: