Commissioners To Ask Voters For $86K Salary HikeDo Miami-Dade county commissioners deserve an $86,000 raise?
Eliott's Insight: Miami-Dade's "Network" Moment
Overwhelming Vote For Recall Removes Alvarez, SeijasThe first numbers are in for the Miami-Dade Recall vote, and they don't look good for Mayor Carlos Alvarez and District 13 commissioner Natacha Seijas, with voters rejecting both by an almost 9-1 margin.
Seijas Opponents Celebrate Her OusterVoters in Mami-Dade's District 13 voted thumbs down for Natacha Seijas by an 88%-12% margin, and opened the door to the first new commissioner in the district since the 90's.
Seijas Plans Taxpayer Money GiveawayMiami-Dade County Commissioner Natacha Seijas, who is facing a recall vote, wants to make sure her constituents know she’s still on the job. So, on the day the recall vote goes forward, Seijas will give away nearly $250,000 in taxpayer funds to 11 local nonprofit groups and community programs, according to CBSMiami news partner the Miami Herald.
Herald-CBS4 Poll: Alvarez, Seijas Face Likely RecallA new Miami Herald-CBS4-Univision 23 poll shows that Miami Mayor Carlos Alvarez and District 13 commissioner Natacha Seijas will likely be turned out of office when the recall election, currently underway, ends March 15th.
Braman: Recall Election Is Step OneThe political and city machinery is spinning, but may yet be stopped. That sums up the uncertainty and high stakes in play as a special March 15th recall election takes shape.
Seijas Lawsuit DismissedMiami-Dade District Judge Amy Donner dismissed the lawsuit filed by Commissioner Natacha Seijas seeking to stop her recall election, but the case isn't over yet.
Seijas Sues To Stop Recall ElectionMiami-Dade Commissioner Natacha Seijas isn’t ready to let the citizens’ voice be heard in a recall election without a fight.
Seijas Recall Signatures CertifiedMiami-Dade Clerk Harvey Ruvin announced Thursday that he had certified the recall of Commissioner Natacha Seijas.