Mayor Tomas Regalado
The City of Miami’s budget battle has come to an end. By a vote of four to one commissioners have approved a $560 million spending plan.
Miami city commissioners will vote Thursday on setting a tax cap for next year’s $552 million general fund.
Fourth of July is all about barbecues, picnics, family time and of course fireworks. It is not the time, however, to bring out a gun and fire it in the air to celebrate.
To help reduce gun violence, Miami Police are hosting a gun buy back event Saturday.
Anyone with an unwanted gun has a chance Saturday to turn it in for some cash—in the form of a gift certificate.
The future of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami took center stage Thursday at Miami’s city commission meeting with security being a prime concern. In in the end it was decided that Ultra will return.
The fate of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami won’t decided Thursday by the Miami commission. An item on the day’s agenda was a resolution to ban Ultra from hosting any more concerts at Bayfront Park. Early Thursday afternoon, however, the resolution was withdrawn. Instead the commission was asked to discuss the future of Ultra in the city during their meeting on April 24th.
Local leaders will honor a Miami native and Olympic speed skater who won a silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
About two dozen of Miami police union members gathered in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove Thursday morning then marched to City Hall where they held a protest during the city commission meeting.
he City of Miami has named a new City Manager. Daniel Alfonso, who served as Miami’s Chief Financial Officer and Assistant City Manager was named to the new post to replace outgoing City Manager Johnny Martinez.