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CONGRESSIONAL POLL SURVEY
 

If the election was today, who would you vote for to replace Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen District 27?


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Next week will be a new poll for District 26...​

 
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PARTIES DON’T TRUST THEIR VOTERS; VOTERS DON’T TRUST THEIR PARTIES
 

You don’t see old fashioned butcher shops anymore. Everything today comes pre-wrapped, processed at the store.A lot of grocery chains have meat packed and sealed at a factory in Iowa and then trucked in, but there was a time when a butcher would toss meat up on scale. It also was a common practice for a butcher to put his thumb on the scale, tipping the balance in his favor and charging his customer for nothing. Our national political parties have adopted this practice, putting their thumbs on the scales to favor particular candidates during the primary season. The political cliché used to be that Republicans would fall in line behind their party’s preferred candidate, but Democrats had to fall in love. Closer to home, when Carlos Curbelo announced in 2014 that he was running against incumbent... Read More »

 
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Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Esteban Bovo, Jr. honored World War II veteran James Louis Weir, 93, during the June 5 County Commission meeting. Mr. Weir was drafted into the Navy in 1943 at the age of 18. On June 6, 1944, Mr. Weir and thousands of other United States and allied troops stormed the beaches... Read More »

 
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THE CELEBRATION FOR THE OPENING OF GIAN ZUMPANO AQUATIC CENTER
 
Gian Zumpano lived a remarkable life.  Salutatorian of the Belen Jesuit class of 1986, his greatest achievement was his kindness towards others and his service for the poor.  His life exemplified the school’s motto Men for Others.  Years in the making, the Gian Zumpano Aquatic Center honors the beloved alumnus who fought gran mal epilepsy, yet passed away during his sleep at age 22... Read More »
 
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CONGESTION CALCULATOR SHOWS HOW THE KENDALL PARKWAY CAN RECAPTURE VALUABLE TIME
 
MDX has launched a Traffic Congestion Calculator to help the public evaluate how transportation improvements can reduce the time spent getting to their destination. This tool provides a framework of the time commuters spend on a daily round trip, and translates the impacts over time on their personal and business life. The Traffic Congestion Calculator demonstrates how transportation improvements that offer even modest time savings can help recapture valuable time.... Read More »
 
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THE BRICK IN DOWNTOWN DADELAND OFFERS FARM FRESH AT ITS BEST
 
​Imagine eating food picked at its absolute freshest glory, completely absent the taste of preservatives or masked by an excess amount of sauce or salt. Imagine a place where chefs and farmers worked together, diligently planning every flavor combination on your plate to deliver a culinary experience second to none. Imagine every tender morsel was grown with care, raised with love, and prepared with...​ Read More »
 
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MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE LAUNCHES NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
 

Miami Dade College (MDC) made history recently with the launch of its new MDC WORKS: Apprenticeship Program, the first of its kind at an academic institution in Florida. The program is a joint effort with the U.S. Department of Labor, Florida Department of Education and major industry partners, who participated in the official press conference signing ceremony at MDC Wolfson Campus... Read More »

 
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