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JULY 29, 2015 • VOLUME 6 • ISSUE 30
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Riots on Wilton Manors Drive speak out against the
city's attitude towards pedestrians.
'I Am Jazz' premiers, featuring the life of the young
transgender activist Jazz Jennings.
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THE OPENING LINE Comments from SFGN’s
Compiled by John McDonald
An Uber Controversy
The ride sharing company suspends operations in Broward
Another pedestrian fatality
on ‘The Drive’
Wilton Manors considers decriminalization
Stephen Devine –
They can have much better
crosswalks. But let's be
honest here. We see people
cross at non-crosswalks
and just walk in the road
without looking or waiting.
Rj Petrucci –
May the gentleman rest
in peace. He made a
well publicized deadly
bad decision. As an
employee of Tropics
he should have been
spreading the message not to jay walk
there. These jaywalkers do not care. Just
last night, not one but two, strolled into
oncoming traffic expecting it to stop
for them. Talk about privilege. You just
get your car going after the light at the
police station then people are walking
out into oncoming traffic without even
looking – three cars had to slam on their
breaks not to hit these two last night.
Should there be a crosswalk there. Yes.
Until then these patrons and employees
should be parking at the police station
parking lot and walking to Tropics on
the sidewalk on that side of the street.
Deidra Doc B –
Oh, now we will have stoned citizens
getting hit by vehicles.
Joel S. Slotnick –
How about putting public safety as #1?
CarriJo Anderson –
It's insane that someone would have a
felony for having a joint.
Noah Kitty –
Taxi regs should be visible
in the car. I've typically
seen it taped to the visor.
And if you think Uber is
all innocent, check out the
situation in CA.
Daniel Nistal –
You want a party town? It
comes with a cost people.
Donald Wilson –
The politicians need to
listen to the public. We
want this service. I never
want to take a taxi again.
Kenny Lee –
The owner of yellow cab contributed
a lot of $$ to help put the restrictions
in place. I guess yellow cab was
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