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Linda Hill Anderson, City of Hollywood's First Black Commissioner

Linda Hill Anderson who was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida. Linda attended public school in Hollywood, including: Bethune and Collins Elementary, Attucks Junior High and Hollywood Hills High.

​Linda is the proud mother of two wonderful children, Bryant and La'Keisha, and the proud grandmother of four.

After 42 years with the Broward County School Board she retired to be more active in the City of Hollywood in her local community. Throughout the years, Linda have served on several boards and committees in the community such as:

· President of Liberia Civic Association · African-American Advisory Council · Neighborhood Watch Advisory Council

​Linda states “I am devoted, ethical and honest. My grandmother taught me to have pride in my community and to know the people who live here. I have always served by improving the economic conditions of my neighbors with jobs and by helping to celebrate our culture.

My house has an open door for everyone who has a problem or concern and I attend city meetings to take these concerns to the Commission. I want to bring the same service to the City of Hollywood.

A good leader never lets power and ego drive their decisions. I am and will continue working for the people, not personal gain.”

A day to be celebrated going down in History First Black Commissioner in the City of Hollywood Florida.

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