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  • The 2000s: 100 years of changes — and our city's story has only just begun

    Storms both economic and meteorological swept Fort Lauderdale and the rest of the region. Hurricane Wilma in 2005 was the worst storm to hit the city since the unnamed hurricane of 1926, peeling windows from downtown buildings and roofs from homes. While it didn't cause nearly the destruction the 1926 storm wrought on the smaller town, in dollar terms it was the most damaging hurricane ever to strike the more developed city.
  • Mayor ought to get his mind out of the outhouse

    The toilet roll arrived in the mail at Fort Lauderdale City Hall on Monday, its first sheet inscribed with the message: "His Honor -Jim Naugel [sic]. From a very happy homosexual professional & voter. Bye! Steve."Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle, who...

    Naugle swamped with e-mail as gay controversy rolls on

    Naugle swamped with e-mail as gay controversy rolls on
    In tiny Columbia, Ky., Mayor Jim Naugle has a small fan club. Lee and Kathy Krug wrote to ask him for a "signed photograph or poster." It "would occupy an honored place in our home," they promised, "and we will tell all who ask about it (and those who...

    Broward tourism promoters tell Mayor Naugle to stop criticizing gays

    The leadership of Broward County's multibillion-dollar tourism industry demanded Thursday that Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle stop his attacks on homosexuality even as he pressed them to change a marketing campaign meant to attract gay tourists. They...

    Mayor's remarks rouse gay clout in Fort Lauderdale politics

    Jim Naugle was once viewed as virtually invincible. He was a 24-hour mayor for Fort Lauderdale who fixed potholes when people complained and championed such popular causes as fighting overdevelopment. Polls showed his approval ratings topped 70 percent...