Dale Holness’ former campaign consultant sentenced to 15 months in prison for COVID relief fraud
A campaign consultant for former Broward Mayor Dale Holness was sentenced to 15 months in prison for lying on a loan application to get COVID relief funds and fraudulently receiving over $200,000 from the federal government.sun-sentinel.com
The Plot Thickens
There will be four School Board seat run-offs in November. Brenda Fam and Steven Julian will battle for School Board Seat 6. Raymond Adderly, who placed third with an impressive 50,000 votes, was subsequently eliminated from this seat race. While charter schools are indeed public schools, they are seen as a competitive threat to the Broward School District. four School Board members were removed from elected office for alleged incompetence, misfeasance, malfeasance, and corruption.thewestsidegazette.com
Florida primaries 2022: Some of the top races to watch in Tuesday’s election
Floridians have been voting for weeks through early voting, now leading up to the primaries’ election day this Tuesday. There’s the contest over who’ll win the Democratic primary in the governor’s race, as well as congressional races, a contentious Florida Senate race and local School Board races with many candidates running.sun-sentinel.com
Playing in a sandstorm can cost you your race
Omar Smith, a political consultant to Dale Holness’ campaign, also defrauded the federal government in the PPP scam. The Street Detective has learned that in the past Holness has been the favorite in Caribbean communities, but don’t count Cherfilus-McCormick out. The sandstorm began almost immediately with Book and her campaign accusing Sharief of “defrauding Medicaid”. Again, if The Street Detective was a betting person, I would put money on the incumbent, Senator Lauren Book, by a slim margin. With no opponent in her race, one would think there are no trails in the sand to follow for Senator Rosalind Osgood’s state senate race.thewestsidegazette.com
‘You want to go to Congress and do what, steal?’ Accusations fly in Cherfilus-McCormick, Holness rematch
Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick defeated Dale Holness by just five votes in a 2021 special primary. They're facing off in an August 2022 rematch. The race is blistering hot.sun-sentinel.com
This Week in South Florida Full Episode: August 7, 2022
On the latest episode of This Week in South Florida, hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg are joined by North Miami Councilwoman Mary Estime-Irvin, Congressional candidates Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormack, Dale Holness and State Rep. Anika Omphroy, and Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo.
South Florida campaign consultant pleads guilty to COVID relief fraud
Omar Smith, a 42-year-old Royal Palm Beach man who has worked as a political consultant on South Florida campaigns, pleaded guilty Friday to lying on a loan application for COVID relief funds and fraudulently receiving over $200,000 from the application.sun-sentinel.com
Congresswoman tells of her ‘proudest moment’ as COVID-aid contracts draw new attention
As Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick began self-funding her successful 2021 congressional campaign, the company where she was CEO at the time started receiving a new source of income: providing COVID vaccines in underserved communities. "We risked our lives to serve the community,” Cherfilus-McCormick says. Now, those COVID-aid contracts are drawing new attention from her primary challenger's campaign.sun-sentinel.com
Big switch by big union: Service Employees endorse Cherfilus McCormick re-election
The Service Employees Union of Florida is endorsing Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick. She faces a Democratic primary challenge from Dale Holness. SEIU was a longtime, big Holness backer, and supported him over Cherfilus-McCormick in the 2021 special primary.sun-sentinel.com
Cherfilus-McCormick launches congressional re-election campaign — with support from former opponent
Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, who faces a primary rematch with the candidate she defeated last year by five votes, kicked off her re-election campaign with a call for — and a show of — Democratic unity. She launched her campaign with a notable new supporter.sun-sentinel.com
Dale Holness’ former campaign consultant accused of fraudulently receiving over $200,000 in COVID relief money – Sun Sentinel
Political consultant Omar Smith, 42, of Royal Palm Beach, faces conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud charges in connection with a Paycheck Protection Program loan, prosecutors announced Monday.sun-sentinel.com
Longtime Public Servant Dale Holness Announces Campaign for Congress in Florida’s 20th District
Prominent local leaders cite Holness’ record of delivering for people in declaring supportHolness raised over $200,000 to date, demonstrating strong early momentum following razor-thin 2021 special electionBy Charly NortonPLANTATION, FL — Today, longtime public servant, former Mayor of Broward County, and small business owner Dale Holness announced his campaign for Congress in Florida’s 20th District. Holness begins the race with support from trusted prominent local leaders, including Broward County State Attorney Harold Pryor, Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis, and Broward County Clerk of Courts Brenda Forman, who will join the campaign for a kick-off event on Tuesday evening. “Families are hurting these days as the costs of everyday necessities – including housing, childcare, healthcare, gas, and groceries – continue to rise but wages fail to keep up,” Holness said. “Our communities deserve a champion with experience and follow through to build a stronger, healthier future for all of us. Dale is a proven advocate for Florida’s working families, small businesses and entrepreneurs, children, seniors, and most vulnerable communities, an approach he will take to Congress to ensure everyone has a seat at the table as South Florida’s next member of Congress.thewestsidegazette.com
Jared Moskowitz’s swearing-in to Broward Commission is moved up for ailing dad
Mike Moskowitz, a powerful presence in Broward politics for decades, and the father of Jared Moskowitz, was diagnosed with prostate cancer and his health is declining. Jared Moskowitz was appointed to the Broward Commission by the governor.sun-sentinel.com
Florida U.S. House candidate sues to get primary loss erased
The Democratic Florida congressional candidate who lost a special election primary by five votes has filed two lawsuits asking that the result be thrown out, alleging his opponent's support of a universal income plan amounted to bribing voters. Dale Holness alleges Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick’s support of a proposal that would pay most U.S. adults $1,000 a month was an attempt to illegally bribe voters. Cherfilus-McCormick, a health-care company executive, won the Nov. 2 primary to replace longtime U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, who died of cancer in April.news.yahoo.com
DeSantis names Jared Moskowitz, Torey Alston to Broward commission
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Two familiar faces in Broward are becoming county commissioners. Jared Moskowitz and Torey Alston will be appointed to open commission seats by Ron DeSantis, the governor announced at a news conference Tuesday morning in Fort Lauderdale. They take those positions on Jan. 11, replacing Dale Holness and Barbara Sharief, who resigned to run for Congress. “Let’s just hope that this appointment is nowhere near as eventful as the last job you gave me,” Moskowitz joked to DeSantis after the announcement. His term will run through November 2022.thewestsidegazette.com
VETERAN’S DAY CEREMONY BY WOMEN OF VETERAN’S AFFAIRS, INC.
By Teresa WilliamsThe Women of Veteran’s Affairs, also known as WOVA, held their first annual Wreath and Flag Placement Ceremony on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2021, at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Fort Lauderdale. Many local representatives were in attendance to show their support for our Veterans and WOVA. The program quotes Laura Richardson, Mistress of Ceremony, to state, “Today marks the beginning of a great legacy of the Women of Veteran Affairs, Inc. (WOVA). WOVA will be serving the community at the City of Lauderdale Lakes Annual Thanksgiving Feed Drive on November 19th at Vincent Torres Park. You can connect and get involved with WOVA’S future events by liking our face book page at: (Women of Veteran’s Affairs, Inc) as well as subscribing to our YOU TUBE channel.thewestsidegazette.com
Dale Holness’ daughter pleads guilty to federal loan fraud
The daughter of Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness, who’s in the running to win a congressional race, pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday for lying on a loan application in which drew hundreds of thousands of dollars.sun-sentinel.com
This Week in South Florida Full Episode: October 17, 2021
On the latest episode of This Week in South Florida, hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg speak to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, former prosecutor Gail Levine and congressional candidates Barbara Sharief, Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick and Dale Holness.
Caribbean Museum Hosts Caribbean Consuls and International Dignitaries
[PLANTATION] – On Monday, March 8, eight consuls general from across the Caribbean and India, as well as Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness and a number of business leaders, convened at Island SPACE Caribbean Museum. It was celebrated with a tour of the first Caribbean heritage museum in the western hemisphere. “We appreciate their commitment to supporting Island SPACE Caribbean Museum. Island SPACE Caribbean Museum, located in Plantation, Fla., is open Thursdays through Saturdays from 11:00a.m. Equally important, Blockbuster Entertainment Unrestricted Fund, Robert E. Dooley Unrestricted Fund for Broward, Harold D. Franks Fund, and Jan Moran Unrestricted Fund.sflcn.com
Amid tax revenue losses, Broward leaders rely on property value increase, hope for aid from state, feds
Broward County leaders met on Tuesday for a budget workshop and released some details about the state of the tourist-centric economy during the coronavirus pandemic. This is a slide shown during a Broward County budget workshop on Tuesday. (Broward County)There are still projects in the works in Broward County, including the construction of a new airport terminal, a convention center, and transportation improvements. Broward County Vice Mayor Michael Udine thinks residential prices are going to shoot up even higher because of the supply-demand imbalance. This is one of the slides used during the Broward County commissioners' budget workshop on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale.
Broward approves racial equity task force; considers making Juneteenth a paid holiday
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The creation of a racial equity task force has been approved by Broward County commissioners. The 37-member group will be asked to “identify systemic and racial inequities and develop a detailed plan aimed at eliminating racism and create greater racial equity in Broward,” the commission announced Wednesday. Juneteenth a paid holiday? Commissioners are also considering making June 19 an official paid holiday for the county in recognition of Juneteenth, which commemorates the official end of slavery in the United States. “I think that this date needs to be given as much the same consideration as any other paid holiday that we’re taking off in Broward County,” Commissioner Dr. Barbara Sharief said.
Debra Hixon defeats Jeff Holness in runoff election for vacant Broward School Board seat
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Debra Hixon defeated Jeff Holness for Broward School Board Seat 9 in a runoff election Tuesday after neither candidate received at least 50% of the vote in August’s primary. Holness is the cousin of Broward County Mayor Dale Holness and has worked in the Broward School System for 17 years as an educator. This was Holness' fifth attempt at running for public office, having unsuccessfully ran for Plantation City Council three times and the Sunrise City Commission once. In the August primary, Hixon received 41.6% of the vote while Holness picked up 25.9%. The Broward School Board seat became available when Robin Bartleman, a longtime member of the board, was elected to a seat in the Florida House of Representatives.
Broward Approves Its Own Police Oversight Board
^ Keep New Times Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of South Florida and help keep the future of New Times free. The new policing and criminal-justice review board was approved at the commission's October 20 meeting. Former Broward County mayor and current county commissioner Barbara Sharief was part of the push to have members of law enforcement on the review board. Several residents voiced objections to that provision, expressing concerns about having members of law enforcement on a police-review board. On the other side of the spectrum, other residents feared the review board could inspire calls to defund police in Broward County.browardpalmbeach.com
Broward Approves Its Own Police Oversight Board
Broward County will soon have its own police oversight board. Less than two months after commissioners in Miami-Dade voted to revive the county's police oversight board, lawmakers in Broward County have voted to create a similar panel to investigate complaints against officers. One will be nominated by the Broward County Chiefs of Police Association, the other will be handpicked by the sheriff. Former Broward County mayor and current county commissioner Barbara Sharief was part of the push to have members of law enforcement on the review board. On the other side of the spectrum, other residents feared the review board could inspire calls to defund police in Broward County.miaminewtimes.com
This Week in South Florida: Dale Holness
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – By unanimous vote last week, Broward County created a police review board, but it’s not intended to look into specific use of force cases. The 24-member panel will look at patterns and practices of the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness drafted the idea in the wake of George Floyd’s death, and the social justice protests that followed. The mayor joined This Week in South Florida hosts Glenna Milberg and Michael Putney, and their conversation can be seen at the top of this page.
Broward’s new police review board will have no power to investigate specific cases
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward County commissioners voted unanimously on Tuesday to install a new 24-member board to focus on police and criminal justice review. “This is not for anything specific on any specific isolated case.”Commissioners will be choosing nine of the 24 members. Kimberly Maroe, a spokeswoman for the Broward County Board of County Commission, said all of the members will have the power to vote. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness drafted the ordinance to implement the board after George Floyd died at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis. “It doesn’t have the ability to do so.”The other 15 panel members will be nominated or represented by several local agencies.
Broward County businesses, industries say things are slow, but better
Because of that, county leaders are considering relaxing some of coronavirus restrictions. It’s been good to so far,” Broward County Mayor Dale Holness said during a press conference Saturday. With schools reopening, Holness said there is possibility of a surge. We hope that business can come out like it used to be before.”:Also taking a big hit is the cruise ship industry. It’s the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, however, that has the final say on when cruise ship operators can being sailing again.
WATCH: Broward County Mayor Dale Holness holds press conference to discuss COVID-19
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward County Mayor Dale Holness held a press conference Saturday to discuss the county’s response and reopenings during the COVID-19 pandemic. The full video of the press conference can be seen below:
Broward works out details of 23-member criminal justice review board
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – “People on the street are crying for justice, for fairness, for transparency,” Broward County Mayor Dale Holness says. And in response to those cries for racial justice and police reform, county commissioners met Tuesday to create a criminal justice review board made up of 23 members of the community. “We’re not just looking at policing and police abuse, but also the whole criminal justice system,” Holness said. What happens when someone goes before a judge?”At Tuesday’s county commission meeting, the proposal for a board was hashed out. Most of the time in chambers was spent debating who would be allowed to sit on this review board to look at cases and come up with changes.
DeSantis lifts restrictions on restaurants, other businesses, but what does this mean for South Florida?
Ron DeSantis lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida on Friday in a move to reopen the state’s economy despite the spread of the coronavirus. Local governments, however, may still impose restrictions for their areas, although they are not allowed to limit restaurants to reopen at less than 50% capacity. Restaurants in Broward County can also now have live performances, providing those performers be at least 10 feet away from patrons. In Miami-Dade County, restaurants have been operating with a maximum of 50% capacity. “I don’t think anyone in Miami-Dade County knew this was coming,” Gelber said.
Broward County eases restrictions amid two-week decline in coronavirus positivity
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward County Mayor Dale Holness held a news conference Friday morning to announce changes to the current emergency orders in place. Holness said he is proud of residents for doing their part to continue the decline in COVID-19 cases, and said the county now has had a positivity rate of less than 5% for the past two weeks. There can be no more than 100 people in a room, however, no matter how large the facility is. He said restaurant bar counters may also reopen to patrons, although there must be plexiglass between people and no alcohol may be served in those areas. Restaurants can also now have live performers, providing those performers be at least 10 feet away from patrons.
Phase 2 underway, but South Florida bars say they’re still being unfairly left out
But for now, they are still shuttered in Miami-Dade and Broward, even as those counties join Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan. “I don’t understand it.”City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said Monday that he disagrees with Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s view that bars shouldn’t open until there’s a coronavirus vaccine. “I don’t agree with saying that we need to wait for a vaccine [to reopen bars],” Suarez said. Monroe County’s classrooms reopened to students Monday, and Miami-Dade and Broward are considering their plans to do the same. “For parents, there probably isn’t a bigger issue right now.”But when it comes to bars, there’s still no date in sight for them to be able to return to work.
Some businesses will remain closed as South Florida prepares to move into Phase 2 of reopening
MIAMI – A downward trend in coronavirus cases has South Florida preparing for Phase 2 of reopening. Some businesses will remain closed though, as the region is still keeping some precautions in place. One of the biggest impacts will be paving the way for schools to start in-person teaching in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. “Next week, we’re going into a special board meeting where these matters will be discussed,” Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said. Meanwhile, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he would release more details about what exactly can reopen on Monday, but there was one thing he wanted to make clear.
Broward can enter Phase 2 Monday, but you won’t notice big changes right away
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Despite fewer coronavirus cases and a downward trend in positivity rates, don’t expect big changes Monday when Broward County is officially allowed to join Phase 2 of Florida’s reopening plan. Holness’ comments were not long after the governor announced that Broward and Miami-Dade could move into that next phase of reopening after this weekend. Reopening bars and nightclubs will not be a part of those talks just yet. The governor’s push to make that happen is leading to a little bit of confusion, but local leaders say they’ll have changes in the coming weeks — not days. Broward County Public Schools are already scheduled to hold a workshop Sept. 22 to further discuss their reopening plans.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to sail through pandemic with new safety rules
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Local officials decided the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show — an event that attracted more than 100,000 people last year — will be held this year as planned with new coronavirus safety rules. Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis supported Broward County commissioners' decision Thursday to direct the county’s administrator, Bertha Henry, to negotiate the show’s new safety protocols. “We have to move cautiously,” Broward County Mayor Dale Holness said during the public meeting. ; Las Olas Municipal Marina at 240 E. Las Olas Circle; the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina at 1881 SE 17th St.; and the Greater Fort Lauderdale-Broward County Convention Center at 1950 Eisenhower Blvd. pic.twitter.com/yVameVBsdf — Broward County Commission (@browardinfo) September 10, 2020It is vital that we get our economy back on track.
Broward eyes Phase 2 of reopening as coronavirus numbers improve
MIRAMAR, Fla. – With the COVID-19 positivity rate under 5% percent in Broward County, mayor Dale Holness is talking about taking the next step in reopening the county. Positive coronavirus cases are declining and have have been for weeks now. Broward’s 14-day positivity rate has been hovering around 4.5 percent. Fourteeen days minimum is what is required [for Phase 2 of the reopening plan].”Hospitalizations are also going down. Holness will also be talking with the city mayors from across the county on Friday to discuss where they all stand when it comes to moving forward with the next phase of reopening.
This Week in South Florida: Dale Holness
There has been some positive news recently regarding COVID-19 in Broward County, as the positivity rate from testing has consistently been below five percent. Before the county can move into Phase 2 reopening, that rate needs to hold for 14 days. The Labor Day holiday weekend poses a concern for those managing the pandemic. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness was pretty optimistic at his news conference last week, and he joined This Week in South Florida hosts Glenna Milberg and Michael Putney to discuss. Their conversation can be seen at the top of this page.
Coronavirus: Beaches crowded on Labor Day weekend as officials hope to avoid another spike
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Coronavirus safety guidelines are being enforced across South Florida on Labor Day Weekend. In Fort Lauderdale, the beach appeared to be a very popular place. Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dale Holness said Sunday there is an increase in mask wearing and social distancing enforcement this weekend. The positivity rates in Miami Dade and Broward counties have been looking much better lately. Everyone is well aware of what happened after Memorial Day, so Im really hoping that people will keep all that in mind so that we dont see a huge surge two weeks from Labor Day, said FIU infectious disease expert Dr. Aileen Marty.
COVID-19 makes this SoFla holiday weekend different
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez has a word of caution for those venturing out for fun in South Florida for Labor Day Weekend. With Miami-Dade Countys coronavirus positive rate hovering around 7 percent, leaders are hoping holiday revelers dont mess that up. Beaches are staying open for the weekend, but Gimenez said there are rules: Continue to social distance and not gather in groups bigger than 10. A 10 p.m. curfew will be enforced through the weekend throughout Miami-Dade Count. Its a holiday weekend, its about family.
Broward mayor holds news conference ahead of Labor Day weekend
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness is holding a news conference Friday afternoon regarding Labor Day weekend. Holness is expected to address the enforcement of COVID-19 regulations, Labor Day beach enforcement, the Rental Assistance Program and the proposed Police and Criminal Justice Review Board.
Broward County mayor owes nearly $20,000 in property taxes
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Dale Holness, who has served as Broward County mayor for about 10 months, is facing scrutiny over his $19,343.98 debt to the county in property taxes. According to Broward County Property Appraiser’s records, most of Holness debt includes more than $11,000 in taxes for his home at 1660 SW 38 Ave., in Fort Lauderdale. Holness, 63, a licensed real estate broker with All Broward Realty, denied getting any special treatment for the delay and said he is among many who owe property taxes during the coronavirus pandemic. “That doesn’t mean I don’t have to take care of my finances and take care of my children like anyone else,” said Holness, a former vice mayor for Broward County and Lauderhill. Holness also owns six other properties in Lauderhill at 2611 NW 56 Ave., #A529; 4211 NW 19 St., #191; 5327 NW 27 St., #D4; 2630 NW 52 Ave., #11C; 5311 NW 27 St., #5C; and 2800 NW 56 Ave., #E-406.
Broward leaders talk beaches, bars and stiff fines for people not wearing masks
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Broward County continues to see encouraging trends in its coronavirus numbers, but with the Labor Day holiday weekend approaching, local leaders have actually decided to up the ante. $100 Fines will be coming for people not wearing masks indoors or near others, with code enforcement out patrolling. That was decided Friday as Broward Mayor Dale Holness held another meeting with the city mayors from across the county. We now have to prepare for the holiday weekend coming up, which means were going to see a lot of people coming into town, Holness said. The county has a 7-day positivity rate of 5.13% and a 14-day positivity rate of 6.2%, according to Fridays data from the Florida Department of Health.
Coronavirus: South Florida hospital leaders encouraged by COVID-19 cases trending down
MIAMI The head of South Florida's largest public hospital system is sharing some encouraging news in the fight against COVID-19. There are similar sentiments coming from hospitals in Broward County. Finally, in what has been an epicenter for coronavirus cases in the state, a slow, steady decrease does seem to be a valid trend. Hospital numbers are a leading metric that validates the new development. South Florida hospital bed availability currently hovers between 21 and 22 percent and ICU availability is just under 14 percent.
Broward keeps bars closed and hopes coronavirus numbers keep going in right direction
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Bars in Broward County are still shut down, and at least 22 of them have sued, saying its not fair when other businesses are allowed to be open. That ongoing legal battle took a step in the countys favor Tuesday, with Browards attorney telling commissioners that a judge denied a temporary injunction pursued by those bars. The science tells us that that is a place that has a large propensity for spreading the virus, Broward Mayor Dale Holness said. Holness echoed what doctors have been saying, that the coronavirus numbers are finally moving back in the right direction in the county, but its too early to let our guard down. A meeting with all of the city mayors in Broward County to talk COVID-19 is expected again Friday.
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Ambassador of Jamaica Congratulates Judge Renatha FrancisWASHINGTON, DC Message from Ambassador of Jamaica Her Excellency Audrey P. Marks to Judge Renatha Francis, the First Jamaican-American Appointed to serve on the Florida Supreme Court: It is with pleasure that I offer my heartiest congratulations to you, Judge Francis, on your recent historic elevation to the hallowed halls of the Florida Supreme Court.sflcn.com
Ninth Annual South Florida Black Economic Forum: Lunch Break Chat with Walter Bond Luncheon & Book Signing
The South Florida Black Economic Forum (SFBEF) is an annual initiative that connects, engages, and informs Black business owners and professionals about opportunities, resources, and programs that will increase the number and scale of African/Caribbean-American owned businesses in South Florida. Small businesses continue to be essential drivers of economic growth, said Dr. Germaine Smith-Baugh, president and CEO for the Urban League. It is important to celebrate the creation and growth of Black-owned businesses in South Florida as they are significant contributors to our local economy. Black business ownership also creates employment opportunities. For more information about the South Florida Black Economic Forum, contact The Mosaic Group at (561) 6519565 or via email, firstname.lastname@example.orgDid you find apk for android?thewestsidegazette.com