The Town of Miami Lakes is committed to promoting continued growth and expansion of the business community, and is equally committed to retaining and supporting existing businesses. The Town’s Economic Development staff has made it easy for businesses to access online services and find information about steps to open a business in Miami Lakes and the services offered by the Town after opening. The...
  Miami Lakes elected officials including Mayor Michael Pizzi and Councilmembers Tim Daubert and Ceasar Mestre welcomed Promise Healthcare Hospital of Miami to the town during its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on May 20 at 14001 N.W. 82 Avenue.Following the opening ceremony, tours were given of the new $30 million 56,000 square foot and 60-bed built on a land leased from The Graham Companies in Miami Lakes Business Park...
  Florida International University president Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg will be the guest speaker for the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce’s monthly membership luncheon, scheduled for Wednesday, June 10, inside the Grand Ballroom at Don Shula’s Hotel on Main Street. The event starts at 11:30 a.m. with networking, and lunch will be served at 12 noon. Rosenberg is the first FIU faculty member to ascend to the university’s...
  During June, riders on the free Miami Lakes Moover will receive a special discount card to use at Einstein Bros Bagels, 7970 N.W. 154 Street. The giveaway is part of a new opportunity the Town is offering to local businesses to promote their products and services to Moover bus riders. Each month, the Town, in partnership with a local business, will offer riders a coupon or frequent user card for a free or discounted item or service....

Duke and Dutchess celebrates 38 years of pet care

Business By R.A. Romero, The Miami Laker staff Thursday, June 4, 2015

  Duke and Dutchess Pet Center and Grooming opened it’s doors in 1977 at 7345 Miami Lakes Dr. in Cypress Village as one of the first retailers for the town of Miami Lakes. The shop was opened by Peggy Rosenson who was a well known presence in the community. She ran the shop with the help of her daughter Randi Rosenson and toward the latter part of Peggy’s life, with the help of family friend Lori Wetzel who would become the...
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