Here is the newspaper ad that Cooper City will run regarding our Rebate Program. It will be sized a few different ways and placed in the Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel, Davie/Cooper City Gazette. The plan is to launch the program on Monday, Aug.16. Any calls should be directed to the phone number or web site on the ad. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Here is a Water Conservation article that may help you in saving water and saving money on your water bill.
Also, I have designed an online Water Calculator to help you understand where your water is used the most which can be accessed at http://www.johnbsims.com/watercalc.htm
I would like to express my appreciation to Bill Lewis and WNN Radio (AM 1470) for the opportunity to interview on yesterday's show. You can download and listen HERE (Right mouse click and 'Save Target As'-MP3, 9Mb)
Regarding the proposed Charter School in Cooper City, there will be a Town Hall Meeting in the Cooper City Commission Chambers on Tuesday, August 10th, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. The School Board of Broward County District Charter School Staff will be present to share some important information about the state rules and regulations regarding charter schools. If you are interested in this topic, please join us on Tuesday, August 10th at City Hall from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.
Recently, the City Commissioners voted 3 to 2 to increase the cap on our property taxes. I oppose any and all tax increases, as they simply are not required. As such, I have kept my word to the residents and business owners of Cooper City regarding my Tax Pledge.
August 9th Monday night 6pm EST listen to Sims’ City News with Commissioner John Sims as we hit the hot topics in our city, with your calls and comments at (347) 215-8968 and listen to the show online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/johnsims My focus will be combating runaway taxes, skyrocketing and uncontrolled local government spending, inefficient, unnecessary and excessive local regulation.
Then, you can join me at my monthly Town Hall meeting at 7 PM Monday Aug. 9, at city hall in the Commission Chambers. See you there!