Florida House and Senate committees will cast their initial vote Wednesday on their competing budget proposals.
Residents of Miami-Dade who have questions about Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s proposed budget will be able ask them Tuesday evening at a Town Hall meeting.
Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho spending proposal for the upcoming year does something that his counterpart in Broward has been unable to do – balance the budget without laying off teachers.
Twenty-four hours after Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez revealed the details of his latest budget; the repercussions are still filtering out to all those who would be affected. Six hundred questions were submitted to Gimenez Thursday evening.
Twelve days after taking office, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will recommend closing 13 libraries, eliminating the county’s Head Start program and reduce the county workforce by almost 1,300 employees as part of a plan to close a $409 million budget deficit next year, according to sources familiar with the proposal.