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1998-28 Save What's Left-Preserve Site Adjacent to Coral Springs High School RBSOLUTZON 98 - 28 A RBSOLUTZON 01' '1'BB CZTY COMIIZSSZON 01' '1'BB CZTY 01' PARltLARD, I'LORZDA, URGZHG '1'BB BROWARD COllNTY BOARD 01' COIllaSSZONBRS 'l'O ::tN'CLtJ'DB - SAVB WHAT IS LBrr- ZN '1'BB HAIIZNG 01' A PRBSBRVB SZTB ADJACENT TO CORAL SPRZNGS HZGB SCHOOL WHEREAS, the Mayor, City Commission, and residents of Parkland are fully aware of the long term contributions and efforts of "Save What's Left" at Coral Springs High School; and WHBREAS, Parkland, known for its environmental philosophy fully respects the efforts of those who have helped Broward County to develop with an awareness of environmental preservation; and WHEREAS, 68 acres adjacent to Coral Springs High School will be named by the Broward County Board of Commissioners; and WHBREAS, the beautification preserve site will be enjoyed by many future generations because "Save What's Left" has persevered and successfully increased the public's awareness of preservation, NOW, TBERBI'ORB, BE IT RBSOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION 01' THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA: Section 1, In naming the 68 acre site, the Mayor and Parkland City Commission respectfully request the Broward County Board of Commissioners to include "Save What's Left" within the name of the preserve, Section 2. The naming of the site to include "Save What I s Left" will provide a permanent example to the youth of Broward County that their environmental preservation efforts are deemed effective and worthwhile by the local and County governments, Section 3. Parkland joins the City of Coral Springs, the Coral Springs High School community, the "Save What's Left" organization, and many environmentally proud residents of Broward County in requesting the site name recognition of the preserve to include "Save What's Left." PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 3rd DAY OF - JUNE , 1998. CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA d!~ ATTESTED: ~~~ ROBERT MARKS, VICE MAYOR s. .~~- a--:~ SUSAN ARMSTRONG, C . M. C ., C TY CLBRX