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Posted on: May 23, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Q & A from 3/24/16 Townhall Meeting

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14. James Phillips:

a. Mr. Phillips expressed concerns regarding people in his neighborhood having un-kept lawns and the importance of making the City look presentable. He also asked the following question:
b. What is going on and when is something going to be done regarding the amount of cars in a yard at a home on 24th Street and 34th Ave.

Reply: Thank you for your question regarding parking requirements in the City of Lauderdale Lakes. Please note that the City’s parking regulations do not set forth a maximum number of vehicles that may be parked at a residential property.

The Code Department has received numerous complaints regarding that property. Code cited the property with a violation relating to the illegal use thereof, purporting that the vehicles were being sold, or stored for future sale. That case was dismissed by the Magistrate after the property owner presented evidence that each vehicle was registered and insured, with proper tags attached, in the property owner’s name.

We will continue to monitor the property for compliance with our code – such as parking on the lawn, vehicles being maintained in inoperative condition, etc.

15. Brittany Williams:

a. Ms. Williams stated that she is a member of the City of Ft. Lauderdale Youth Leadership Program and asked the following question:

b. How can she get information about the City of Lauderdale Lakes Youth Leadership Program?

Reply: The City of Lauderdale Lakes offers a Teen Center (a.k.a. Youth Leadership Program) hosted at Willie Webb Park, Monday – Thursday from 6 pm - 8 pm. Activities offered include: College & Career readiness programs, Leadership and Civic Education, Health and Wellness, Crime Prevention Awareness, and a host of other activities. Teens that participate earn service hours. This program is run under our Parks and Human Services department, and they can answer additional questions concerning the program at 954-535-2835.

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