2 City (1990 pop. 121,697), Broward co., SE Fla., on the Atlantic Ocean; inc. 1925. A popular retirement center and part of the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale metropolitan and resort area, Hollywood produces electronic equipment and building materials. Most of Port Everglades, the county's largest port with an extensive warehouse complex, is within the city limits. Gulf Stream Park racetrack and a U.S. navy ordnance laboratory are nearby.
City (pop., 2000: 139,357), southeastern Florida, U.S. Lying along the Atlantic coast, the site was a palmetto jungle when the developer Joseph W. Young laid out the town in 1921. It is now primarily a resort-residential city with some diversified industry. Nearby are Port Everglades (a docking and warehousing facility) and a Seminole reservation.
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HOLLYWOOD'S FAMILY VALUES DEVELOPERS HAVE POURED MILLIONS INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD, HOPING TO LURE BACK PARENTS AND KIDS.(U)
Jun 29, 2002; Byline: Chris J. Parker Correspondent ASK A Southern California resident if she's been to Hollywood and she'll probably...
HOLLYWOOD'S FAMILY VALUES; DEVELOPERS HAVE POURED MILLIONS INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD, HOPING TO LURE BACK PARENTS AND KIDS
Jun 29, 2002; ASK A Southern California resident if she's been to Hollywood and she'll probably say only out-of-towners go to tourist...