(4 Total References)
Planned Parenthood of South ...
Planned Parenthood of South Palm Beach and Broward Counties' former chief executive, Marilyn Bonilla Krantz, who left the post in 2001 but still gives legal help to the agency's clients, said board members told her the affiliate was having financial trouble.As a result, the organization stepped up discussions to merge with Planned Parenthood offices based in West Palm Beach, Miami or Central Florida, as has been considered for years, said Krantz, a Parkland attorney.
"I was very disappointed to learn the [clinics] are not open," Krantz
Lopez and Krantz
said they were told by Planned Parenthood officials the board was checking, among other issues, whether money was missing.
Parkland couple falling behind in mayoral fund-raising race: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Marilyn Bonilla Krantz, an activist and attorney, has raised $5,640 in campaign contributions.
"I am just focusing on my race," said Krantz
, who declined to discuss the money differences.
In The News - Baby Dumping
Marilyn Bonilla Krantz, director for South Florida's Planned Parenthood
and coordinator for the Broward Campaign, believes a sense of
responsibility comes when teens understand their choices and what is at risk.
What we want the teens to come away with is a real sense of empowerment, that they're making choices that will influence their future, she says.
Parkland mayoral race marred by controversy that drew national attention: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The mayor's race pits incumbent Robert Marks, an 18-year member of the City Commission, against political foe Michael Udine, a three-year commissioner, and attorney Marilyn Bonilla Krantz, a city activist.
Before qualifying to run, Krantz
bought an array of Web site addresses such as www.michaeludine.com and other combinations of Udine's name.
ran for Congress in 1992 and lost.She is a mediator and court-appointed arbitrator who served seven years as chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of South Palm Beach and Broward Counties Inc.She
lives in Pine Tree Estates.Her
top priorities include "smart" development with a focus on proper infrastructure, expanded police and fire services, and construction of more schools.She
wants an improved disaster preparedness plan.Krantz was the attorney in a lawsuit filed against the city alleging Sunshine Law violations in regards to negotiations to hire the Sheriff's Office.
The lawsuit was settled in exchange for an agreement by the city not to pursue legal fees or further legal action.
"I feel there's a void in this race," Krantz
said."No one is dealing with the essential elements of city government."