Wilton Manors

  • Wilton Manors Police Issue First Marijuana Citations

    The Wilton Manors Police Depart has begun its civil citation program for cannabis possession under 20 grams. So far, since the first citation was handed out in early January, at least seven have been issued.

  • Wilton Manors Ready With Plans if Sales Tax Increase Passes

    It’s still unknown if Broward County voters will pass the one percent sales tax increase on the ballot this November, but Wilton Manors officials already have plans for the money if they do.

  • Wilton Manors to Consider Flying Transgender Flag

    Update: Commissioner Tom Green responded to SFGN’s interview request after the article was published online.

    “I have no opposition to [the Transgender Flag] but I was under the impression that the Rainbow Flag was inclusive [of transgender individuals]. It bothers me that transgenders are not included in this [Pride] Flag, according to some people,” said Green. He added that he supports flying other flags for special occasions but not permanently, and that he hopes the city doesn’t reach a point where every group has a flag flying. “Are we going to have a bisexual flag?”

    In response to the Trump administration’s recent actions regarding the transgender community, activist and transgender ally Michael Rajner asked commissioners to fly the Transgender Flag as a show of support.

  • Wilton Manors to Host ‘We Do’ Ceremony on Valentine’s Day

    On Valentine’s Day, the City of Wilton Manors will host “We Do,” a mass wedding ceremony of 50 couples.

  • Wilton Manors Too Gay? Some LGBT residents think so

    It may not be a surprise to hear that some of the city’s straight residents might not be completely happy with Wilton Manors becoming known as a city with one of the nation’s highest concentration of LGBT residents. What may be a surprise is that some of the city’s LGBT residents think too much emphasis has been put on Wilton Manors’ relatively-recent demographic shift.

  • Wilton Manors Town Hall on the Future of Health Care

    On April 21 about 100 people gathered at the Pride Center to discuss access to health care. Town Hall panelists included US Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL), Gary Resnick (Mayor of Wilton Manors), and Dr. Toni Lewis (Service Employees International Union). Deutch represents Wilton Manors as well as other parts of Broward and Palm Beach Counties.

  • Wilton Manors Vet Honored at Mayor’s Gala

    Ruthanne Stadnick says her husband, Alexander “Skip” Stadnik, looked “quite handsome” in his tux at the annual United Way of Broward County’s Mayor’s Gala.

  • Wilton Manors Votes to Fly Transgender Flag on Limited Basis

    Wilton Manors will “acknowledge the T,” as Vice Mayor Justin Flippen has become fond of saying, by flying the transgender flag.

  • Wilton Manors Wells Fargo Unveils LGBT Themed Mural

    Wells Fargo, one of the nation’s leading financial institutions, is paying tribute to the LGBT community with a new mural inside its Wilton Manors banking store.

  • Wilton Station Resident May Sue Over Pool Lift

    The Americans with Disabilities Act doesn’t require a pool lift be installed at Wilton Station, but David Ferebee thinks principle should have compelled the condo association to provide one.

  • WMG News Briefs: Sign Regulations, Taste of the Island & More!

    Here's some news briefs from around the Island City:

  • WMG: Crime Blotter

    The following crime incidents occurred in Wilton Manors and were gathered from the city’s RAIDS Online crime reporting system.