New Moover route will start on October 15

Featured Tuesday, September 22, 2015

  The Moover bus service offered to Miami Lakes residents will be traveling on a new route based on feedback given to the town’s Transportation Department. Beginning October 5, the new route will provide a twice daily connection to Hialeah Miami Lakes Senior High School, both before school entry and during dismissal time. The extension to HML will provide approximately 400 students that live in Miami Lakes the opportunity to take...

Town's new Dog Park needs a name

Community Tuesday, September 22, 2015

  Miami Lakes’ new dog park needs a name and the town is sponsoring a contest for residents to choose one for the off-leash dog recreation area, which is scheduled to open in 2016. The dog park will be located at 14048 Palmetto Frontage Road (N.W. 77 Court). The Miami Lakes Town Council approved the recreation area concept plan in 2013. For the contest, entries can be e-mailed to Jackie Calzadilla at

M-D Police set Safe Havens for Craigslist transactions

Community Tuesday, September 22, 2015

  Miami Lakes announced that Miami-Dade Northwest County Police Station, 5975 Miami Lakes Drive East, has been established as a Safe Haven for Craigslist sales and transactions. The Internal Services Department has identified four additional county-wide (north, south, west and central) locations for all residents who wish to complete safe internet sale transactions: • North Dade Justice Center, 15555 Biscayne Boulevard, security...
  Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi and council members clashed over the attorney fees his lawyers are demanding the town pay for his criminal trial and reinstatement cases, as the hot button issue exposed some bad blood with the town attorney as well.The dispute over his court costs finally came to a head at the September 1 regular Town Council meeting, where lawmakers questioned the $3.2 million legal bill without any facts and figures...

Gina M. Inguanzo sworn in as new Miami Lakes Town Clerk

Community By David L. Snelling, The Miami Laker staff Friday, September 18, 2015

  As she was sworn in as the new town clerk for Miami Lakes, the ceremony was the picture of bliss for Gina M. Inguanzo, who was joined by her husband, three children, the judge who gave her the oath of office and council members, the people in her life who she loves so much because that’s what Miami Lakes is all about.She said her new position gives her an opportunity to help the community and town she has called home for the...