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Thursday, May 27, 2010
THE PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR SUMMER CAMP 2010!
DATES: Mon., June 14th – Friday, Aug. 20th (no camp on Mon., July 5th)
AGES: Children must be going into Kindergarten through 6th grade, ages 5-12 years old. (a birth certificate as proof of age is needed). SORRY – NO PRE-K!!!
SITES: Veterans Park – (max 100 children)
FEES / CAMP HOURS
Veterans Park 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM (Residents) $700.00 per child*
7:30 AM – 6:00 PM (Non-Residents) $900.00 per child*
*Fees include field trips, swimming, arts and crafts, one camp T-shirt, and trip transportation. Optional Field Trips will be available at an additional cost. Lunch and snacks will be provided
to all campers free of charge through the Florida Summer Food Program. Additional t-shirts may be purchased at $10 each.
PAYMENT/REFUND POLICY: Summer camp tuition will be collected on a bi-weekly basis. Your first payment of $140.00 (residents) or $180.00/non-residents is due at registration. All payments will be collected in advance on Friday for the upcoming 2 week session. Fees are non-refundable. Cash will not be accepted and there are no refunds. If payment is not made by the first day of the new session, a $20.00 late fee will be added to your bi-weekly tuition. Bi-weekly payments ($140.00 for residents/$180.00 for non-residents) will be collected Monday through Thursday of the following weeks: the week of June 28th, the week of July 12th, the week of July 26th and the week of August 9th
GROUP/STAFF/SUPERVISION: Campers will be divided into groups according to the grade they will be entering in August. Campers will be supervised by our experienced and qualified camp directors and counselors. All staff members have been fingerprinted and background screened and meet the educational and medical requirements mandated by law.
The City of Lauderhill’s Summer Camp 2010 program will be operated by After School Programs, Inc
“The Child Care Professionals”
LUNCHES: All lunch & snacks will be supplied by After School Programs, Inc. through The Florida Summer Food Program
PROGRAM: Fun weekly themes give campers the opportunity to learn, imagine and create while making new friends. Weekly organized activities may include sports & games, arts & crafts, music, dance, cooking, and swimming. ALL OF THIS IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE CAMP.
*For additional information please call After School Programs, Inc. 954-596-9000 or
Veterans Park 954-572-1459
Special Registration will begin on Tuesday, June 1st- First Come! First Served!
7600 NW 50TH STREET
After School Programs, Inc.
Tuesday, June 1st – 3:00 – 7:00
Wednesday, June 2nd – 3:00 – 7:00
Thursday, June 3rd – 3:00 -7:00
Friday, June 4th – 3:00 – 6:00
Saturday, June 5th – 10:00 – 12:00 p.m.
THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PROVIDED AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION
1) Proof of residency (Drivers License, Utility bill, etc.).
2) A birth certificate as proof of child’s age (5-12).
Families using Family Central are welcome
Any individual who has a disability which requires a reasonable accommodation in order
to participate fully and effectively in this program should notify the Parks & Leisure Services Department at the time of registration.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
SPECIAL COMMISSION MEETING (all items passed unanimously, unless otherwise indicated):
1. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-106: ACCEPTING THE PROPOSAL FROM AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS (ASP) TO OPERATE THE AFTER SCHOOL, SUMMER CAMP, AND OUT OF SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING THE BROWARD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 2010-2011 CALENDAR YEAR; PROVIDING THAT THE PROGRAMS WILL SERVE CHILDREN AGES 5 THROUGH 12 YEARS OLD (KINDERGARTEN THROUGH SIXTH GRADE).
2. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-107: INDICATING THE OFFICIAL INTENT OF THE CITY TO ISSUE TAX-EXEMPT BONDS PAYABLE FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THE CITY’S WATER SERVICE UTILITY TAX TO FINANCE THE COST OF ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, EQUIPPING AND INSTALLATION OF VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS DETAILED IN THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL’S FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FROM TIME TO TIME AND TO USE A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH BONDS TO REIMBURSE EXPENDITURES PAID OR INCURRED PRIOR TO THE DATE OF ISSUANCE THEREOF.
3. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-108: ACCEPTING AND APPROVING THE SUBORDINATION OF UTILITY INTERESTS AGREEMENT FROM AT&T CORP TO THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL.
4. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-109: APPROVING THE LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL FOR THE 19TH STREET BIKE/TRAIL PATH FROM 55TH AVENUE TO 51ST AVENUE TO INCLUDE LANDSCAPE, HARDSCAPE, CONCRETE SIDEWALK INSTALLATION, CONSTRUCTION OF SWALES, DECORATIVE LIGHTING, AND OTHER PATH IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING FOR GRANT FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $255,000.00; RECOGNIZING THAT NO MATCHING FUNDS ARE REQUIRED FROM THE CITY.
5. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-100: AWARDING THE BID TO ENCO, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $365,636.38 TO CONSTRUCT A PASSIVE PARK AT THE EXISTING SITE OF 1080 N.W. 47TH AVENUE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS DEVELOPED BY BARRANCO GONZALEZ ARCHITECTS AND BID NUMBER 2010-008; PROVIDING THAT THIS FIRST PHASE OF WORK INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: A PEDESTRIAN TRAIL, A PLAYGROUND, PARK FURNITURE, ASPHALT PARKING, DECORATIVE FENCE, SITE LIGHTING, LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION AS DEPICTED IN CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS; ACKNOWLEDGING CREDITS IN THE AMOUNT OF $75,000.OO FROM A BROWARD COUNTY GRANT.
1. ANNUAL STATE OF LAUDERHILL HOUSING AUTHORITY (REQUESTED BY HOUSING AUTHORITY)
The Housing Authority has purchased numerous properties and is rehabbing them and renting them. Ultimately to be sold. New single family houses will be built on former quadplex purchases that have been torn down. Those will be sold. Energy Star appliances are being used. They are still in pursuit of obtaining control of the housing vouchers issued in the city. There are about 1200 in Lauderhill. We are very confident that this will be successful.
2. HOUSES OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS (REQUESTED BY VICE MAYOR DALE V.C. HOLNESS)
Places of Public Assembly are being reviewed due to conflicts with putting them on major roads. However, they also create problems in neighborhood areas. More review will be done with future recommendations.
3. DISCUSSION OF TURNPIKE OVERPASS (REQUESTED BY CITY MANAGER, CHARLES FARANDA)
Agreement was to have meetings with the community to discuss safety issues, and to find out if they want the overpass to continue.
4. REVOLVING LOAN FUND GUIDELINES FOR APPROVAL (REQUESTED BY CITY MANAGER, CHARLES FARANDA)
New guidelines were agreed upon with a minimum FICO score of 580, along with other loan qualifying requirements. There is the ability to appeal a decision.
5. CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR 2000 CITY HALL DRIVE (REQUESTED BY CITY MANAGER, CHARLES FARANDA)
To avoid confusion, it was agreed to restore the old address of 2100 NW 55th Ave.
6. FIRE SUPPRESSION (REQUESTED BY CITY MANAGER, CHARLES FARANDA)
The problem at Park South is common in many condominiums from that time period. When a new roof is required, fire suppression devices can be installed, otherwise they are grandfathered in. The discussion was to have the Fire Department to meet with associations to discuss voluntary installation of fire suppression devices to improve safety.
7. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NOTICES.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
New Zealand and Sri Lanka were originally scheduled to play three international Twenty20 matches to launch the hosting of full international cricket in the USA. However, the International Cricket Council has ruled that the lights available at the Broward County Regional Park are not quite up to the standard required for the broadcast and hosting of full international cricket.
"Ideally the inaugural game in the Pearls Cup series would have been a night game on Thursday, The lights at the stadium are fine for most levels of cricket, but they need to be of a higher standard for the playing and broadcast of international cricket." said New Zealand Cricket CEO Justin Vaughan.
“And added to this, there is a high probability of rain and thunderstorms in the region on Thursday which added weight to our decision. Because of these factors, we have decided, along with our partner USA Cricket, to focus all of the attention on the weekend with the two double headers as well a full One Day International between USA and Jamaica on Friday the 21st.”
"The BLACKCAPS are tremendously excited about the opportunity of launching international cricket in the United States and it promises to be an amazing weekend of cricket. The BLACKCAPS have had fantastically close games against the Sri Lankan team in recent times and the Pearls Cup series promises to be a great spectacle.
It is also great to see that Jamaica have sent a full-strength squad, including a number of players who have played for the West Indies. Their games against the top USA team should also add a lot to the event" Vaughan said.
Anyone who had purchased a ticket for Thursday's game should contact Ticketmaster for a reallocation to the weekend or a refund.
Sunday, May 16, 2010
1) 38 AVENUE PROPERTY – PRESENTATION BY ANDRE PARKE. Asking for more International Trade Show applications for this area. They are supportive of the city's efforts in the area. There are 2 properties to be viewed at specifically. Funding from the county has not come forward.
2) REDEVELOPMENT CAPITAL PROGRAM FUNDING UPDATE - $1.8 M available for some properties and 441. $3.8 M available in Central CRA for housing. Options of trying to move monies between CRA's, trying to make a public/private partnership, have the city through the Lauderhill Housing Authority move forward with its own development.
3) JUNE MEETING DATE - June 14 meeting moved to June 28.
4) NEW BUSINESS $16.5 M in Recovery Bond was issued by Broward County to Carishoca. They are ready to move on the Hotel and Exposition Phase. There was a request of allocating funding to assist on moving them forward. A presentation was made on how the developers could go forward. The Commission was supportive subject to a full review and recommendation of the Administration.
REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
A. A PROCLAMATION DECLARING THE WEEK OF MAY 16 TO 22, 2010, AS WATER RE-USE WEEK.
B. A PROCLAMATION DECLARING THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL AS “PLAYFUL CITY USA PLAY DAY”, ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2010.
C. A PROCLAMATION HONORING DR. REGGIE R. LEWIS.
A. PRESENTATION ON HOME DÉCOR ROW SIDEWALK SALE (REQUESTED BY MAYOR RICHARD J. KAPLAN). Will be July 3, 2010, though the merchants can have their sale July 2 - 5, 2010.
B. CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION TO PARTICIPANTS/MEMBERS OF THE “TO HAITI WITH LOVE” BENEFIT CONCERT (REQUESTED BY VICE MAYOR DALE V.C. HOLNESS).
ORDINANCES & PUBLIC HEARINGS ----- FIRST READING:
1. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-05-126: AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS SCHEDULE B., REPLACING THE LAND USE CATEGORY NURSERY SCHOOL AND DAY CARE CENTER WITH THE LAND USE CATEGORY SCHOOLS, PRE-SCHOOL, NURSERY, CHILDCARE AND ELDERLY CARE AND PROHIBITING SUCH LAND USE CATEGORY WITHIN THE GENERAL COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT BUT ALLOWING IT WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT AS A PERMITTED USE. Passes 4 - 1 with Commission Berger voting against.
2. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-05-128: AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDR) SCHEDULE B., REPLACING THE LAND USE CATEGORY PUBLIC/PRIVATE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS WITH THE LAND USE CATEGORY SCHOOLS, PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY AND PROHIBITING SUCH LAND USE CATEGORY WITHIN THE GENERAL COMMERCIAL (CG) ZONING DISTRICT.
3. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-05-130: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL, FLORIDA AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE III, DEPARTMENTS OF CITY GOVERNMENT, DIVISION 8, DIVISION OF PURCHASING, SECTION 2-139, FORMAL CONTRACT PROCEDURE, INCREASING THE LOCAL BUSINESS PREFERENCE TO FIVE PERCENT (5%) OF THE BID AND ALLOWING THE LOCAL BUSINESS THEN TO MATCH THE LOWEST BID TO WIN THE BID; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (REQUESTED BY VICE MAYOR DALE V.C. HOLNESS). Passes 4 - 1 with Commission Berger voting against.
ORDINANCES & PUBLIC HEARINGS --- SECOND READING:
4. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-04-120: IMPOSING A TWELVE (12) MONTH MORATORIUM ON ADULT ENTERTAINMENT USES WITHIN THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL; APPLYING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL EXCEPTION USE DEVELOPMENT ORDERS, CERTIFICATES OF USE AND LOCAL BUSINESS TAX RECEIPTS FOR ADULT ENTERTAINMENT USES.
5. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-04-121: APPROVING THE SIX MONTH REVIEW BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS AND REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE AMENDMENTS, AND ROLL-FORWARDS FOR FUNDS; REFLECTING ADJUSTMENTS TO VARIOUS REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS; PROVIDING VARIOUS BUDGET CODE NUMBERS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
6. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-102: APPROVING THE EXPENDITURE OF ABANDONED PROPERTY FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,403.86 TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF CARPETING AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING REAR ENTRANCE FROM RESOURCE 4 FLOORS; PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT FROM BUDGET CODE NUMBER 001-247-0300.
7. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-103: APPROVING THE DONATION OF FUNDS FROM THE STATE LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND (LETF) IN THE AMOUNT OF $500.00 TO THE LAUDERHILL/LAUDERDALE LAKES YMCA TO SUPPORT DRUG TREATMENT, DRUG EDUCATION OR DRUG PREVENTION, CRIME PREVENTION, SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, OR SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PROGRAMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE GUIDELINES; PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT FROM BUDGET CODE NUMBER 120-683-9935; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (REQUESTED BY COMMISSIONER M. MARGARET BATES).
8. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-05-104: APPROVING THE DONATION OF FUNDS FROM THE STATE LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND (LETF) IN THE AMOUNT OF $500.00 TO THE LAUDERHILL BOYS & GIRLS CLUB TO SUPPORT DRUG TREATMENT, DRUG EDUCATION OR DRUG PREVENTION, CRIME PREVENTION, SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, OR SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PROGRAMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE GUIDELINES; PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT FROM BUDGET CODE NUMBER 120-683-9935; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (REQUESTED BY COMMISSIONER M. MARGARET BATES).
Friday, May 14, 2010
Every Saturday from 9am –12pm
ALL DONTATIONS WILL BE USED TO SEND OUR YOUTH TO WASHINGTON, D.C. JUNE 2010. DON’T HAVE A CAR GIVE A DONATION TO SUPPORT OUR KIDS.
For more details call
Mae Smith @ 954 325-6660
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Monday, May 10, 2010
When these programs are announced, it will be posted in eLauderhill News.
Friday, May 07, 2010
Come out and have a night full of fun and excitement with Professional NFL players on Friday nights during the month of April and May. Residents must be in by 7:30 to take part in the prizes.
Prizes for the winners
MUST BE 21 YRS OR OLDER
Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Seating at the Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill, FL.
Ticket sections: P1 is any reserved seating in the red sections 1E to 11E and 1W to 11W. P2 is General Admission in the yellow section. P3 is Handicap Accessible areas in sections the red sections. P4 is a specially reserved Hospitality section in the yellow area, and the ticket price includes food and drink.
May 20-23, 2010, at the Central Regional Park in Lauderhill, the US Cricket Association will be hosting three 20/20 International Cricket games between New Zealand and Sri Lanka. These games are the first internationally officially sanctioned games between national teams in the only certified cricket stadium in the United States.
This match marks the launch of a new strategic partnership between USA Cricket and New Zealand Cricket to further advance the sport in the United States. "USA Cricket has worked hard to bring this event about and we are very excited about the potential impact of this series for the growth and development of cricket in the United States," said Gladstone Dainty, president of USA Cricket.
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) CEO Justin Vaughan said, "NZC has long seen the dynamic potential of cricket in the USA." He added that he hopes to see the BLACKCAPS playing in the USA on an annual basis.
The Sri Lanka-New Zealand match series follows the ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies, which concludes with competitions in Barbados on May 16. Sri Lanka was a finalist in the 2009 event and is expected to perform well again this year. The BLACKCAPS were semi-finalists in the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and made it through to the Super Eight stage of the 2009 event. The two teams will be competing in Broward County for the Pearls Cup, named for the Indian property development company, Pearls Infrastructure, sponsoring the matches.
USA Cricket CEO Donald Lockerbie said the three-match series for Broward has been in the works for some time as part of a new "Destination USA" initiative. "We believe that in order to grow the game of cricket in the USA, we need to have the best teams in the world play in our country," said Lockerbie. "We want to demonstrate to the American public just how exciting the T20 format is. Cricket is already popular here but has lacked major media coverage. This inaugural series is the first step to reverse this situation."
Cricket as a sporting event last made significant history in the United States in 1844, when teams from the United States and Canada met in the first international cricket event between two nations in world history. Now the stage is set for another historic sporting event.
The inaugural game is Thursday night, May 20, and matches are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 22-23. Duncan Finch, Park Manager at Central Broward Regional Park and Stadium, encourages residents to come early to take in the festivities as vendors will be selling traditional foods of New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
"This promises to be a great introduction to the sport of cricket for the residents of Broward County and South Florida," Finch said.
Game times, ticket information and pricing will be made available on the USA Cricket Web site, http://www.usaca.org/. ESPN will also be broadcasting the series worldwide live from Central Broward Regional Park and Stadium.
UPDATE: The game for Thursday has been cancelled, and new games have been reset to Saturday and Sunday during the day. See the schedule at www.ticketmaster.com. Tickets can also be purchased at the Stadium. Over 7000 tickets have been sold so far.
Saturday, May 01, 2010
Presentation on the winners of the 2010 Lauderhill College Scholarship. Phylicia Taylor, Kayla Tucker, Shamira Bynes, and Kelly Scurry each received $500.
ORDINANCES & PUBLIC HEARINGS ----- FIRST READING:
1. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-04-120: IMPOSING A TWELVE (12) MONTH MORATORIUM ON ADULT ENTERTAINMENT USES WITHIN THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL.
2. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-04-121: APPROVING THE SIX MONTH REVIEW BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS AND REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE AMENDMENTS, AND ROLL-FORWARDS FOR FUNDS; REFLECTING ADJUSTMENTS TO VARIOUS REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS.
ORDINANCES & PUBLIC HEARINGS --- SECOND READING:
3. ORDINANCE NO. 08O-08-139: AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS ARTICLE III, ZONING DISTRICTS, LIGHT STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS; TO ADD CONSERVATION; AMENDING RESIDENTIAL TO ADDRESS LIGHT EMISSION; AMENDING NONRESIDENTIAL TO ADDRESS LIGHT EMISSION; ADDING DEFINITION; ADDING LIGHT CONSERVATION AND ADDING REQUIREMENTS ON MATERIALS, LANDSCAPING, REFLECTIVITY, REVIEW, AND SHIELDING (REQUESTED BY MAYOR RICHARD J. KAPLAN). Passed 4-1. Commissioner vote Against.
4. ORDINANCE NO. 10O-04-119: AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO AUTHORIZE SETTLEMENTS OF CLAIMS IN EXCESS OF $1,000.00 AND UP TO AND INCLUDING $30,000.00 UNLESS A CITY COMMISSIONER OBJECTS IN WRITING TO SAID AUTHORIZATION (REQUESTED BY MAYOR RICHARD J. KAPLAN).
5. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-04-94: APPROVING A CHANGE ORDER TO THE M. VILA & ASSOCIATES, INC. CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF A CONCRETE WALL ALONG PINE ISLAND ROAD BETWEEN N.W. 44TH STREET AND N.W. 52ND STREET WITHING THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL; APPROVING AN INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF $58,345.95 TO INSTALL SIXTY-FIVE (65) SPREAD FOOTERS INSTEAD OF REGULAR FOUNDATIONS FOR POSTS ON THE PROJECT TO AVOID EXISTING UTILITIES; THIS CHANGE WAS NECESSARY DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES; PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT FROM BUDGET CODE NUMBER 305-361-6526.
6. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-04-95: APPROVING THE REAL ESTATE PURCHASE CONTRACT FOR THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL’S NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM (NSP); AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF THE PROPERTY IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $26,910.00 PURSUANT TO THE REAL ESTATE PURCHASE CONTRACT FROM THE GRANT ALLOCATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD.
7. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-04-96: APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2011-2014 LOCAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE PLAN (LHAP) FOR THE STATE HOUSING INITIATIVE PROGRAM (SHIP).
PLANNING & REDEVELOPMENT
8. RESOLUTION NO. 10R-04-97: APPROVING THE SECOND AMENDED INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY PLANNING BETWEEN BROWARD COUNTY AND THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL.