Miami City Commission
It’s official, Miami has a new city manager. On Thursday, the city commission unanimously confirmed Daniel Alfonso to the post. He will assume his officials duties on March 4th.
The long fight over putting a Walmart store in Midtown Miami took another turn Monday when the city approved the company’s architectural plans, according to the Miami New Times.
It was standing room only at Miami City Hall, Thursday, as the commissioners debated shutting down the city’s two-year-old red light camera program.
The big debate over what to do with Miami’s homeless population is on. The political debate pits the Miami City Commission against county’s Homeless Trust over what should be done with people who live on the streets of downtown Miami.
Eight years ago, Michelle Spence-Jones was elected to the Miami City Commission. Despite an embattled past, she plans to run for re-election.
City of Miami commissioners said Thursday that they will not block the organizers of Ultra Music Festival to extend the hugely popular event to another weekend.
The Miami City Commission gave its vote of approval to move ahead with a plan to add 100 officers to the city’s police department, putting it more in line with staff numbers in other large cities.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) Not surprisingly, Jungle Island said Wednesday that it could not reach agreement with the city of Miami on expanding the attraction’s role and space on Watson Island, calling into doubt it’s ability to […]
Since Jungle Island opened its new doors on Watson Island nine years ago thousands have posed with parrots, alligators and other wonderfully wild creatures. The renewed attraction is a piece of South Florida history, but at Miami City Hall Tuesday, the owner hinted they may soon be history if things don’t change.
Jungle Island has found a private investor who is willing to help the financially strapped park come up with the money it needs for a federal loan payment due this fall. But there’s a catch.