Today's news in Broward and Palm Beach:
- In a three-part series, a Rothstein investor describes to New Times' Bob Norman exactly how the attorney made his treacherous pitch. [Daily Pulp]
- Teachers in Palm Beach County say that a new academic program in the district demands much more work within the hours for which they're paid, so they may stop working extra hours until the district changes its program. [Palm Beach Post]
- Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Bruce Roberts, who as police chief worked under City Manager George Gretsas, pilloried his former boss in the Tuesday meeting (video provided), which may have persuaded Mayor Jack Seiler to side with the two votes against keeping Gretsas in that position. [Sun-Sentinel]
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