Pompano Beach – The City of Pompano Beach Utilities Department will begin a free chlorination treatment of its entire distribution system on Aug. 29. This treatment will be in effect until Sept. 26. Free chlorination treatment is a maintenance practice used by utilities, and the City of Pompano Beach free chlorinates the distribution system periodically. During the process, the disinfection portion of water treatment will change from using chloramines [a combination of ammonia and chlorine] to using free chlorine. Due to these changes, residents may notice a slight difference in the taste and smell of the water. Persons currently undergoing dialysis or with a compromised immune system should consult their health-care provider prior to this change in disinfection process to determine whether this will affect their treatment. In addition, persons with a fish tank or pond, including grocery stores and restaurants with lobster tanks and fish containers at bait shops that use city water should contact a pet or aquarium professional to determine the need for any adjustments to their treatment procedures during this temporary disinfection change.
Honor Flight South Florida has scheduled four charter flights to Washington, D.C. in 2022. During the flights – April, May, September, and October – World War II, Korea, and Vietnam veterans are escorted for free to the nation’s capital by a guardian. Interested veterans and potential guardians should visit honorflightsouthflorida.org or call 855-359-1838 for more information. COVID safety protocols are exhibited during the flights.
Paint with Stephen Left
Pompano Beach – Painting classes with landscape and wildlife painter, Stephen Left, are available at the Piper Gallery and Studio, 2608 N. Ocean Blvd. Suite 3. Class sizes are limited. Call 954-951-7125 to RSVP.
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea – Business owners are invited to meet with town officials every second Tuesday of the month at Jarvis Hall, 4501 N. Ocean Drive, from 9 to 10 a.m. Business owners can ask questions and get information about resources.
Grant Money Vote
Deerfield Beach – Oveta McKeithen Recreational Complex could be the recipient of a $75,000 grant from the National Recreation and Parks Association. What’s required is a winning number of votes which can be cast online until Sept. 12. The local park is among 10 finalists up for Perk Your Park funding. Three awards will be made and each voter can cast one ballot each day. If this city wins, plans are to build a corporate size pavilion in Oveta McKeithen for events and private gatherings. To vote go to the city’s website.
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