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- Disaster relief for individuals and small businesses available after Irma - September 16, 2017
- Admission waived for Hollywood residents at Driftwood Community Pool; Community Centers reopen - September 14, 2017
- Gov. Scott shuts down Rehab Center at Hollywood Hills where eight people died Wednesday; investigations underway - September 14, 2017
The City of Hollywood is working toward having more environmentally friendly fuel for its vehicles.
During a recent meeting, the Commission agreed to a contract between the City and Protec Fuel Management to retrofit the City’s central fueling facility to accommodate dispensing environmentally green, ethanol-based E-85 flex fuel and to purchase E-85 flex fuel at an estimated expenditure of $350,000.
The Commission agreed to a contract between Motorola Solutions and the City for subscriber maintenance to include dispatch service, local repair, onsite response and maintenance of public safety applications, including the fire alerting, CAD system and radios for a one-year term for an estimated $240,000.