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Listening to Local Residents' Concerns for the Community

Listening to Local Residents' Concerns for the Community

Michele Lazarow's sense of civic responsibility began as a result of the inability of local government to prohibit a pet store from selling chronically ill puppies to unsuspecting consumers.

Michele Lazarow is an Activist, Leader and Organizer

Michele Lazarow is an Activist, Leader and Organizer

"Elected as your City Commissioner, I will speak my mind, fight for what is right, and stay the course until I achieve my goals."

Experienced Hallandale Beach Business Owner Will Fight For You

Experienced Hallandale Beach Business Owner Will Fight For You

After purchasing my Venetian Park home in 2001, I followed my mother’s lead and opened my business, Absolutely Fabulous, on the street formerly known as “Schmata Row.”

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Hallandale to dump red-light cameras

By Susannah Bryan, Sun Sentinel -  January 23, 2014

HALLANDALE BEACH — Red-light cameras are getting the heave-ho in this seaside city.

Saying he was following through on a campaign promise, Commissioner William Julian made a motion Wednesday to get rid of the cameras as soon as legally possible.

Commissioner Michele Lazarow quickly agreed.

"I absolutely do not feel they should be in Hallandale," she said. "I don't believe we need them here."

The motion passed 4-1, making Hallandale Beach the first city in Broward County to get rid of the cameras.

Mayor Joy Cooper dissented, saying the cameras help stop red-light runners and make the city's streets safer.


Hallandale Beach has a contract with Arizona-based American Traffic Solutions for three red-light cameras.

A clause in the contract allows the city to get rid of the cameras after giving the company 45 days' notice, records show.

Because the issue was not listed on Wednesday night's agenda, no one from the company was at the meeting.

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Michele Lazarow Good Government Initiative Certificate
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Removing the Tracks

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Commissioner
Michele Lazarow

400 South Federal Highway
Hallandale Beach 33009

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954-457-1320