Would you be available to do the Invocation for Town Commission Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 12th at 6:30pm. If so, please confirm by July 5th.
At that time, his prior request had gone unanswered, and as I write to you now, our correspondence to you, despite being read, remains entirely ignored. Neither my client nor this office have had any response from the City of Fort Lauderdale.
“All of our public work for viewing is ALWAYS rated G,” Stevens wrote. “We have children ourselves and understand the need to maintain proper decorum.”
Several issues continue to cause us serious concern.
Six months ago, we (aka Satan) asked the City of Sunrise if they were going to allow us to perform an invocation. Supposedly, the City didn’t offer invocations.
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I believe it is fair to allege that my client was deliberately mislead, his civil rights violated, and he has been subjected to discrimination by the City of Lake Worth. But for a discriminatory practice, my client would have been properly inserted into the invocation schedule during the past year based on his then existing request.