Government Center nominated for LEED honor

Community Friday, October 4, 2013

  On September 21, the U.S. Green Building Council held its annual event to recognize and honor outstanding projects, inspirational businesses, dedicated individuals, and instrumental South Florida Chapter members who are LEEDing the way to a more sustainably-built environment in the South Florida community. With 17 awards distributed and over 75 applicants in total, the best of the best in LEED Certified Buildings in South Florida were...

Town Seal presented to Sen. Rene Garcia

Community Friday, October 4, 2013

  Senator Rene Garcia was presented with the Town of Miami Lakes Seal during his visit to Town Hall in late September. The entire council, along with Manager Alex Rey, provided Garcia with a tour of the newly designated LEED Gold Certified Government Center. Pictured (from left) Councilmembers Tim Daubert, Tony Lama, Nelson Hernandez, Garcia, Mayor Ceasar Mestre, Councilmember Nelson Rodriguez, Vice Mayor Manny Cid, and Rey.
A well-known group of Miami Lakes residents hosted a fundraiser on September 25 to support Gwen Graham’s campaign for U.S. Congress representing Florida’s Congressional District 2 (FL-02). The candidate is the daughter of Senator Bob Graham and his wife, Adele, who were special guests for the event held at Shula’s Steak House on Miami Lakes Drive. The host committee included Robert and Kendall Elias, Arnold and Perla...

Slaton returns as mayor; Mingo wins Seat 4

Featured By David L. Snelling, Laker staff Thursday, October 3, 2013

  Wayne Slaton got his old job back as the new mayor for Miami Lakes, while Frank Mingo grabbed Council Seat 4 in Tuesday’s special election to fill two vacant seats created by a political scandal that landed the former mayor in jail. Slaton, 61, will serve out the rest of Michael Pizzi’s four-year term following his arrest in August on public corruption charges, and Mingo will serve on the Town Council to fill the unexpired...

Five candidates seek to finish unexpired mayor's term

Community By David L. Snelling, The Miami Laker staff Wednesday, September 18, 2013

  As Miami Lakes is still reeling from the arrest of suspended Mayor Michael Pizzi on public corruption charges, five candidates who are seeking to finish the rest of his four-year term promise to put the town back on track by first regaining the public’s trust and subsequently execute their political platforms that would make residents proud again.   During the October 1 special election, voters will place much credence in...
First288290292Last
Arbor Place CrescentPoint