Jean Monestime

Georgia Ayers, Activist & Founder Of Alternative Program, Dies At 86Georgia Ayers, a well-known activist in Miami’s African-American community has passed away.
Miami-Dade Commission Takes Tilt To Left, Names First-Ever Haitian-American ChairDaniella Levine Cava formally joined the Miami-Dade County Commission Monday after defeating incumbent Linda Bell in the August primary.
Cava & Monestime Win Miami-Dade Commission SeatsTensions are high on election day for four Miami-Dade County Commission seats up for grabs. Two of the races are generating the most heat.
Long-Awaited Police Station Opens In North Miami-Dade CountyA long-awaited police station, which authorities and local officials hope will lead to less crime and more development, officially opened Thursday in the north part of Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade Commissioners Vote For Taxi Reforms If you have taken a cab in Miami-Dade county chances are you had to pay the fare with cash. Wednesday afternoon that may change. Miami-Dade commissioners will vote on sweeping changes that could change even the cars that are picking you up.
Dade Commissioner Hosts Back-To-School Event With the upcoming school year just around the corner, it can be hectic trying to gather supplies. So Miami-Dade Commissioner Jean Monestime has decided to give parents in his district a helping hand with a free Back-To-School event on Sunday.
Investigation Finds No "Cancer Cluster" In Broadmoor NeighborhoodThe Department of Health has released their findings into a suspected cancer cluster in one Miami-Dade neighborhood.
Scott Carver Residents Finally Have New HomesTen years in the making, residents of the demolished Scott Carver Projects in Liberty City finally get their promises fulfilled.
Miami-Dade Commission Welcomes New MembersA little more than two weeks after the voters decided to make a change, new commissioners were sworn-in for the Miami-Dade Commission. The swearing-in ceremony was held by Miami-Dade Commission chairman Dennis Moss.