Today we thank and recognize you our beloved South Florida friends and colleagues for your incredible generosity — donations and outpouring of support for all those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
We espcially thank our collegues who are volunteering in the disaster aid efforts with the American Red Cross.
This #EthicsMatters brief focuses on a critically important proposed County law protecting city workers who disclose unlawful activity and wrongdoing in their cities from retaliation on the job.
The Labor Day weekend marks the end of the summer, peek of hurricane season (as we prepare for Hurricane Dorian) and the celebration of the American worker — their strength, ingenuity and work ethics.
Marile, our kids and I reflected on how traditional work has been redefined over the years with the advances in technology and its impact on the global economy and society as a whole.
Today we celebrate and reflect on the outstanding community service and dedication of Farm Share — one of South Florida’s largest non-profit organizations dedicated to alleviating hunger and fighting poverty.
We also recognize and congratulate Steve Shelley — Mayor of the City of Homestead and Farm Share’s new Chief Executive Officer for his service and leadership.