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JUNE 2018
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PARKLAND MAYOR
CHRISTINE
HUNSCHOFSKY
I
t is hard to believe that another school
year is already ending. In some ways the
time flew by and in other ways it could
not come fast enough. May was the
month of college graduations and proms.
It is always so nice to see so many happy
faces with families and friends celebrating these special moments,
but we also remember those who should have been there but
were not. Now, as we head into June, we have our high school
graduations and 5th grade celebrations. These are bittersweet times
as we see our children grow and mature; these moments pass so
quickly and should be treasured.
Thank you to all the teachers, administrators, staff, and volunteers
for everything you do throughout the school year for our students.
For all of the students, we are proud of you and wish you the best
of luck whether you are moving on to college or moving on to your
next grade. For those that were taken, we continue to think of you
and your families while working to make sure a tragedy like 2/14
never happens again. We will be thinking of the six seniors at MSD
who will not be graduating with their class this year – Carmen,
Ethan, Joaquin, Kaitlyn, Meadow, and Nick, and also members of
the MSD staff who would have been participating in the end of year
celebrations – Scott Beigel, Aaron Feis, and Chris Hixon.
In City updates, FPL will continue to work on the street lights along
Nob Hill Road and University Drive over the summer. These projects
are expected to be completed this Fall. Additionally, we are adding
two multipurpose fields to Terramar Park. The project includes fields,
bleachers, shade structures, and field lights. Also, work continues
on our Building Department addition at City Hall. More information
about our capital projects can be found at cityofparkland.org/CIP.
Parkland has many programs and activities during the summer
for everyone to enjoy, including Kids and Teen Camps, our Fishing
Derby, summer reading programs, and more. Additionally, the
Resiliency Center at the Amphitheatre has been redecorated and
will be open throughout the summer. Visit the city website at www.-
cityofparkland.org to find out more about the activities and events. If
you have not already done so, sign up for our e-blast, Parkland on
Tap, at
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17. Thank you to all the dads out there
for all you do for your families and our community. I am blessed
to have a wonderful dad who always believed in me and a great
husband who is always supportive of our boys.
I wish everyone a safe and wonderful summer. May you have plenty
of time to relax, refresh, and spend quality time with your families.
Feel free to reach out to me at a anytime at chunschofsky@-
cityofparkland.org with your comments or questions. I look forward
to hearing from you.
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