Working into the wee hours of Wednesday morning, the Miami city commissioners approved a proposed $558 million budget.
Miami city commissioners will vote Thursday on setting a tax cap for next year’s $552 million general fund.
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 Early Thursday afternoon, however, the resolution was withdrawn.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.
Miami’s police chief Manuel Orosa has been at odds with his officers for some time. Now the public feud between the union and the city just became a little more intense, as the chief is now taking officers guns away when they visit city hall.
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 final go ahead for a Walmart in Midtown is expected to be voted on Thursday by the Miami commission.
Keon Hardemon, scion of one of Liberty City’s most politically active families, was elected Tuesday as the youngest member of the Miami City Commission since districts were created almost two decades ago.
After nearly a month of delays, Miami commissioners voted Thursday to move forward with a plan that expands their red light camera program.
The Reverend Richard Dunn held a press conference today to reiterate his fight against Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones’ quest for a third-term.
Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones and Reverend Richard Dunn squared off in court on Monday.