Parkland City Commission Meeting Wednesday; Resolution to Explore Creation of Nonprofit to Accept Donations for School Security on Agenda


PARKLAND, FL - The Parkland City Commission will meet on Wednesday at 7 p.m. to discuss a variety of measures including a resolution to explore the creation of a nonprofit to accept donations to improve school security and other items.

Resolution 2018-026 would direct the City Manager and City Attorney to explore the possibility of creating a not-for-profit corporation to accept donations to pay for increased security at public schools in Parkland.

Other items on the agenda include approval of a contract for Di Pompeo Construction Corporation for the Terramar Park Multi-Use Fields project, and several ordinances and resolutions regarding development of McJunkin Farms, a parcel of land of approximately 151 acres, located on the south side of Hillsboro Boulevard, west of Parkside Drive.

The City Commission meeting will take place at 7 p.m. at Commission Chambers, 6600 University Drive in Parkland.

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