Today, September 24th, we celebrate National Voter Registration Day! Established in 2012, this national holiday creates a common consciousness among ALL Americans of the importance of voting. Fittingly, today we honor our right and duty we must diligently exercise in order to be good citizens of this great nation.
As a Steering Committee Member, I join my colleagues in celebrating the launch of the Resilience305 Strategy — the culmination of 3 years of extensive stakeholder engagement and listening sessions — designed to tackle economic, social & environmental stresses in the Greater Miami & the Beaches region and make our community truly resilient — in the short & long term.
#SurveySunday is focusing on our ever-worsening traffic congestion and the push to accelerate innovative and affordable mobility solution(s).
On Monday, we hosted the Transportation Roundtable — lead by Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban “Steve” Bovo, Jr. Chairman of the County’s Transportation & Finance Committee, with Florida State Senator Manny Diaz Jr. and moderated by Jose Gonzalez — Executive Vice President, Business Development Florida East Coast Industries (Brightline).
This is a quick reminder that the Installation Ceremony for Chairwoman Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson and Vice Chairwoman Commissioner Rebeca Sosa of the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners is scheduled for today Friday, the 11th of January, starting at 10am at the County Commission Chambers. For your convenience, use the link below to tune-in to the County’s Webcast — at 10:00 AM today for the Installation Ceremony:
Must Read: A Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist’s insights into investigative journalism Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist, Manny García, shares his insights into the world of investigative journalism. Manny García is the standards editor for the USA TODAY Network and one of my dearest friends (don’t hold that against him, lol). You will remember, before being named the East …
Miami-Dade County leaders unite to ensure citizens’ full access to justice Florida’s Constitution promises: “The courts shall be open to every person for redress of any injury.” Today, we reflect and rejoice in the great news — County leaders are united to ensure citizens’ full access to justice by authorizing a competitive process to construct …