- While the din of the national conversation dives to an historical new low (did you ever think it could go any lower?), we thought it was past time for neighbors to have a neighborly conversation on these heated topics. So we’re starting this year’s Dinner at the Square series taking dead-aim at topics facing our city, county and state.Kicking off the series on October 10th, we’ll be tackling penny sales tax in Broward County – a topic that many believe is one of our most pressing issues. From there we’ll be be addressing open/closed borders. So save the date for February 20th. And on May 1st, we’ll complete our year of programming with a deep dive on climate change, sea level rise, and and the environment here in South Florida. It won’t be the same without you as a part of the conversation.
This event is being rescheduled to accommodate speaker schedules
A National Identity Crisis? The Open vs. Closed Border Debate
Is immigration impacting American nationalism and civic pride? Are we becoming such a melting pot that we are losing our cultural identity? Has the meaning of being an American changed?
May 1, 2019
Climate Change and Sea Level Rise in Fort Lauderdale
Complicated and challenging issues take time to flesh out. Our advisory board is currently at work (and having tough, yet civil conversations) determining the best direction to take this topic that is relevant and worthy of your time. We’ll be updating the site soon with more information on the topic and panelists so stay tuned!
October 10, 2018
A Penny for Transportation?
Broward voters will decide in November whether they want to increase the county’s sales tax for the next 30 years to raise $16 billion for local transportation projects.