In what was one of the most publicized local elections in recent history, and after the dust had settled, the voters in Hallandale Beach made their choice, speaking out - and on Monday - elected and re-elected City Commissioners took the oath of office and re-organized the dais for the next two years.
With longtime Vice Mayor Bill Julian beaten out in the recent election, the face of this commission will certainly change - with different viewpoints that have been the trademark of this tremendous city over the years. With so many tremendous landmarks, Hallandale Beach has become a destination. One that houses such impressive and work-known facilities - such as Gulfstream Park and Mardi Gras Casino.
Hallandale Beach has always been a gateway for visitors around the world to come and take advantage of the weather and so much that all of south Florida has to offer.
It has also been a great place to live, with so many quality projects, enhancing the residents. The New Hepburn Center and O.B. Johnson Park have put this City in a spotlight that it has never been before.
The new commission includes, from left, City Commissioner Michele Lazarow, City Commissioner Anabelle Taub, Vice Mayor Keith London, Mayor Joy Cooper, and City Commissioner Anthony Sanders. Mayor Cooper, Commissioner Lazarow and Commissioner Taub took the oath of office at the meeting.
(Photo courtesy City of Hallandale
Beach Public Relations)