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SEPTEMBER 2017: DISTRICT 11 E-NEWSLETTER
 

I am sponsoring an Ordinance at the September 7, 2017 BCC. This ordinance will amend Section 20-29 of the  Miami-Dade County Code.  The purpose of this ordinance is to prevent the Board of County Commissioners from waiving the 20% consent required from the resident electors of a certain area to create a Municipal Advisory Committee (MAC). This ordinance is very important for our County and our residents as it will ensure a minimum 20% consent of the resident electors have an interest to incorporate. Hurricane season 2017 begins June 1 and ends November 30. We must be prepared in the event Miami-Dade County... Read More »

 
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THE LEEWOOD LEGEND – SEPTEMBER 2017
 

In every edition of The Leewood Legend, we will feature a former Leewood student to show how our Leewood alumni has an impact on our community today.  In this edition, we are featuring Adam Clarin who was in the graduating fifth grade class of 1991. More than 30 years ago, Adam Clarin walked on to Leewood’s campus to start kindergarten. At that time, the school only went to fifth grade... Read More »

 
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COMMISSIONER JAVIER SOUTO’S DISTRICT 10 NEWS!
 

Javier D. Souto has served as Miami-Dade County Commissioner, representing District 10 uninterruptedly since April 1993, and was most recently reelected to office in August 2014. His Commission District includes portions of Kendall, Westchester and Fontainebleau. Currently, Commissioner Souto serves as the Chair of the Cultural Affairs & Recreation Committee, which oversees parks, libraries, museums, and cultural activities in Miami-Dade County. He is also a member of the Economic Development and Port Miami Committee, as well as the Vice Chair of the Health and Social Services Committee... Read More »

 
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A 2016 Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School graduate and Miami native helps protect America by delivering information warfare capabilities to the U.S. Navy as a member of Cryptologic Warfare Group Six (CWG-6) in Maryland. U.S. Navy Seaman Vincent Lamberto is a cryptologic collection technician.“The Navy CTR field was developed in 2004 to defend our nation’s cyberspace. It’s a highly developing and changing environment,” Lamberto said. “We constantly need to be learning about new capabilities and systems.”Lamberto plays a crucial role in defending against threats in support of the command’s mission to deliver information warfare capabilities, such as signals intelligence and cyberspace... Read More »
 
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PERFORMANCE TEAM SPORTS BRINGS COLLEGE LEVEL TEAM BRANDING TO LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS
 

Few can forget how it felt when we received our first team uniform — the texture and smell of it, emblazoned with our number and name. That feeling of pride, duty and anticipation stays with you.As high schools sports have evolved and improved so have the expectations and standards that accompany them. Team... Read More »

 
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