Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler

Arnold Abbott charged for breaking a new law in Fort Lauderdale that bans feeding the homeless in public. (Source: CBS4)

Fort Lauderdale Homeless Feeding Controversy Continues

Arnold Abbott showed up at his weekly homeless feeding on Fort Lauderdale expecting his fourth citation for feeding the homeless since the controversy began. That didn’t happen. There was no confrontation with police and Abbot left without a citation.

11/19/2014

November 14, 2014:  People against an ordinance involving feeding homeless in Fort Lauderdale remains heated.  (Source: CBS4)

Feeding The Homeless Controversy Remains Heated

The fight over feeding the homeless in Fort Lauderdale in public continued Friday as activists from the group Food Not Bombs gathered for its weekly feeding in Stranahan Park.

11/14/2014

Arnold Abbott charged for breaking a new law in Fort Lauderdale that bans feeding the homeless in public. (Source: CBS4)

90-Year-Old ‘Chef’ Continues Feeding Homeless Against Fort Lauderdale Law

Fort Lauderdale’s homeless people are struggling to find a meal. The city passed a new ordinance restricting public feeding in some public parks and areas.

11/06/2014

(Source: CBS4)

Giant, Green Windmills Added To Fort Lauderdale Skyline

The next time you drive on I-95 in Fort Lauderdale keep your eyes out for the big, green windmills. They’re actually wind turbines designed to harness the wind’s power to create sustainable energy to improve the environment.

01/17/2014

(Source: tripadvisor.com)

Lauderdale Commission To Discuss Booze On The Beach Proposal

From “Where the boys are” to “Spring Break Capital of the World” to a more family, friendly upscale environ, Ft. Lauderdale Beach has changed over the years.

CBS4–01/22/2013

Residents and businesses near Fort Lauderdale’s famed beach are beginning to dry out after four days of flooding  due to storm surge from Hurricane Sandy, high winds and seasonal high tides. (Source: CBS4)

S. Florida Coastal Communities Still Feeling Sandy’s Effects

Residents and businesses near Fort Lauderdale’s famed beach are beginning to dry out. On Sunday, they spent the day dealing with flooding on A1A, and in low-lying areas, due to storm surge from Hurricane Sandy, high winds and seasonal high tides.

CBS4–10/29/2012

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