Council hires engineers to student bridge impacts

A dispute over an FDOT traffic study which suggested opening two 1-75 overpasses near Miami Lakes wouldn’t cause a considerable impact to the town’s congested roadways sparked Miami Lakes Town Council members to conduct their own study to determine the amount of additional ...

Miami Lakes introduces Bike-Sharing for more mobility

Miami Lakes introduces Bike-Sharing for more mobility
Miami Lakes will kick-off its new partnership with SPIN Bike-Sharing Company during the Neighborhood Improvement Committee’s (NIC) Community Bike Ride on Saturday, December 9. Community Bike ...

‘A Night of Art and Culture’ planned for December 14

Art is an adventure that never ends! Join the Miami Lakes Cultural Affairs Committee, together with its Adult Painting Class students, for “A Night of Art and Culture” art exhibition and reception at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 14, at Town Hall, 6601 Main Street. Attendees ...

Balance assessments are available for Town seniors

Miami Lakes Elderly Affairs Committee is inviting seniors, 55 and over, to participate in the free Balance Assessments provided by St. Catherine’s West Rehabilitation Hospital. A licensed Physical and Occupational Therapist will provide seniors with a Balance Screening to ...

Former mayor again amends his $3 million town lawsuit

Former Miami Lakes mayor Michael Pizzi amended his lawsuit against the town following a recent court’s decision to dismiss the litigation in which he’s seeking about $3 million in attorney’s fees from his criminal trial on federal public corruption charges in ...

Council recognizes contributions of longtime HML coach Uspensky

Council recognizes contributions of longtime HML coach Uspensky
At the November 7 Town Council meeting, Hialeah-Miami Lakes High Schools former football coach and educator for 36 years, Michael Uspensky, was recognized for his accomplishments and support of ...

Operations Chief Tony Lopez selected for Miami Fellows Class

 Operations Chief Tony Lopez selected for Miami Fellows Class
Town of Miami Lakes announced its Chief of Operations, Antonio “Tony” Lopez, has been selected to be a part of Miami Fellows Class X.The Miami Foundation’s 14-month signature ...

Mayor Cid upbeat on future at ‘State of the Town’ address

After Hurricane Irma left South Florida in its path of destruction, Miami Lakes Mayor Manny Cid was the face of the town’s clean-up and recovery efforts, conceivably among the fastest cities in Miami-Dade to remove uprooted large trees and debris from residential areas, roadways ...

Council recognizes Dr. Crespi for her milestone of 12,000 patients

Council recognizes Dr. Crespi for her milestone of 12,000 patients
Miami Lakes resident Dr. Carmen Crespi was honored at the October Town Council meeting for reaching a milestone of servicing 12,000 patients during her career. She grew up in the Town and knew at ...

Legal Forum for seniors set for Nov. 4

Miami Lakes Elderly Affairs Committee, together with the Miami Lakes Bar Association, will host an Elder Legal Forum from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, November 4, at the Mary Collins Community Center, 15151 N.W. 82 Avenue.A panel of attorneys and experts in the area of probate, estate ...

Town recognizes Stu Wyllie for community help

Town recognizes Stu Wyllie for community help
Stu Wyllie, president and CEO of The Graham Companies (standing right), was commended by the Town Council for helping Miami Lakes elderly residents Eduardo and Maria Caces (seated). The couple ...

Com. Esteban Bovo visits ML Chamber Luncheon

In 2002, Miami-Dade voters approved a half-penny sales tax increase to fund improvements to the county’s transit and transportation services under the People’s  Transportation Plan to take cars off the roads and place people in reliable bus services.As part of the ...

Elder law forum scheduled for Nov. 4

Miami Lakes Elderly Affairs Committee, together with the Miami Lakes Bar Association, will host an Elder Legal Forum from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, November 4, at the Mary Collins Community Center, 15151 N.W. 82 Avenue.A panel of attorneys and experts in the area of probate, estate ...

Summary of Oct. 4 Town Council decisions

Barbara Goleman High School is bringing the 22nd and 23rd century to Miami Lakes in 2018-2019, when the school ushers in a new Mega Magnet program, which is aimed at enhancing the quality of education for students in an effort to help them stay consistent with the national standards of ...

Town honored again for its Financial Report Excellence

Miami Lakes once again has received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, awarded by Government Finance Officers Association of the United States, for its comprehensive annual financial report for fiscal year 2016-2017.The award is the highest form of ...

Town Council recognizes Ramiro Inguanzo

Town Council recognizes Ramiro Inguanzo
Miami Lakes resident Ramiro Inguanzo, (center, joined by his wife, Town Clerk Gina Inguanzo), was recognized by the Town Council for his commitment to engaging the youth of Bob Graham Education ...

Complete Streets workshop Oct. 23

Miami Lakes residents are invited to join the town’s Transportation Department for a Complete Streets Design Workshop which has been scheduled to Monday, October 23, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Town Hall, 6601 Main Street.Complete Streets Initiatives include infrastructure enhancements ...

Solar information forum set for Nov. 9

Solar information forum set for Nov. 9
Town of Miami Lakes, in partnership with the Northern Miami-Dade Solar Co-op and FL SUN, will host a solar information session beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 9, in Town Hall Council ...

Youth Center bowling field trip scheduled for Nov. 4

Youth Center bowling field trip scheduled for Nov. 4
Miami Lakes middle and high school students are invited to join “The Spot” for a field trip to Bowlero Miami in Dolphin Mall, 11501 N.W. 12 Street, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November ...

ML lawmakers approve $26M budget

The Miami Lakes Town Council gave its final approval to keep the same rate for property taxes and adopted a new $26 million budget for fiscal year 2017-2018.But the wrath of Hurricane Irma already delivered an impact to the spending plan, as the town, so far, will spend nearly $1.5 ...

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