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What makes the City of Tamarac unique?


What are some things that the City does well?


What are some things that you'd like to see the City do more of or do better?

Sandra Bonitto inside Tamarac
September 15, 2014, 11:46 AM
  • What makes the City of Tamarac unique?

    The city is unique because it involves the young and the old with different educational and fun activities which is great in bringing people together.

  • What are some things that the City does well?

    The city does well at information to the people and I do think the city is for the people. Well, at least, that has been my experience having lived here for almost 3 years

  • What are some things that you'd like to see the City do more of or do better?

    HOA's need to listen to homeowners and solve problems better and not pass the buck! That is very frustrating when your voice is not heard but is treated as if your voice doesn't want to be heard. Also better training for camp counselors for Camp Tamarac. There was an incident with my daughter where a male counselor took her away from her group to give her a stuffed animal and he wasn't even her counselor. Why did her counselor allow anyone to take her away from her group. Because of this, I will not bring my daughter back to that camp.

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