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WHEN IT COMES TO EDUCATION, FLORIDA LEGISLATORS ARE DUMB
 
President George W. Bush said in a commencement speech at Southern Methodist University in 2015: “To those of you who are graduating this afternoon with high honors, awards and distinctions, I say, ‘Well done.’ And as I like to tell the C students, ‘You too, can be president.’” There is no dishonor is... Read More »
 
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HOSPITAL: NO REPRIMAND FOR MIAMI SURGEON FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES
 
Dr. Colin Knight, a pediatric surgeon at Miami’s Nicklaus Children’s Hospital charged with unlawful access of his ex-girlfriend’s security system can continue to work at the hospital during legal proceedings and is not facing immediate disciplinary action. Knight was arrested in December of 2017 and subsequently charged in February of 2018 with twenty counts of unlawfully accessing a computer device, twenty counts of the unlawful use of a two way communication device, and one count of video voyeurism-acts that were allegedly done from both his personal computer and the hospital network, according to the Miami Herald and Miami-Dade court records. “The private practice physician has clinical privileges at the hospital,” hospital spokesperson Jennifer Caminas said in a statement... Read More »
 
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JADE STEIN INTERVIEWS CHIEF OF POLICE BRYAN PEGUES
 
This month, I’d like to introduce Chief of Police Bryan Pegues, the man that’s responsible for the safety of our town.  With the recent tragic events in Parkland, I believe it’s important to check how safety is being handled in Aventura. Bryan Pegues was born in Miami, and grew up in Broward County.  He later attended the University of South Florida. Since he was a child, Brian wanted to become a police officer, especially because of his family’s background in... Read More »
 
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7TH ANNUAL WILLIAMS ISLAND SUMMER TENNIS & SWIM CAMP
 
Summer is just around the corner and your kids will make a splash and serve up some fun and at the 7th annual Williams Island Summer Tennis & Swim Camp! Boys and girls ages 5 through 16 are invited to dive on in and enjoy these activities for full or half-day sessions. The weekly schedule includes daily Tai Chi/Yoga, Tennis Drills, Snacks, Volley Drills, Serves and Games, plus pool and lunch with... Read More »
 
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SUPPORTING CHILDREN’S WELFARE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
 
Supporting the well-being of children is one of the most important and noble missions one may follow. A new school program, ‘All For One, One For All’ does exactly that. This program supports children from low-income families by connecting them with businesses that donate products or services to them. But what technology is needed to keep the connection alive, and make it all possible? “Operation of the program is unimaginable without proper technology,” says Michael Leitman, CEO of One For All, All For One. “We always knew we needed a system that supports us by connecting the participants and automates as many human tasks as possible. That’s how we chose xFLOWer workflow system. This software can do exactly what... Read More »
 
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FPL CONTINUES TO RANK BEST AMONG ALL MAJOR ENERGY COMPANIES IN FLORIDA
 
Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) announced that its ongoing efforts to improve service reliability continue to pay dividends for its nearly 5 million customers, ranking it among the best of all major energy companies in Florida in 2017 based on performance data recently filed with the Florida Public Service Commission. The average amount of time that an FPL customer experienced an outage was less than ever before, thanks in part to the investments... Read More »
 
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HURRICANE SEASON IS UPON US: HOW WELL DO YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION’S INSURANCE?
 
With summer – and hurricane season – fast approaching, many community association boards are asking themselves the age-old question: “Are we prepared to weather a storm?” If your association is having a difficult time coming up with an answer, a good place to start is by assessing your existing insurance policies to verify that your community is adequately insured. So, before the June 1 start of hurricane season, talk to your insurance broker... Read More »
 
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