Town opens Lien Amnesty Program on Oct. 1

Community Wednesday, September 17, 2014

  Town of Miami Lakes now offers a Code Enforcement Lien Amnesty Program as an incentive to property owners with outstanding liens to bring their property into compliance, and become eligible for as much as an 85 percent reduction in the amount owed on their lien. Both residential and commercial property owners are eligible to apply. “I wanted a way for residents or business owners to find out if they have a lien, before it became...
  Miami-Dade County Elections Department announced early voting dates for the November 4 general election which will run from October 20 through November 2. In Miami Lakes, the Mary Collins Community Center, 15151 N.W. 82 Avenue,  will be open for early voting for residents and those in the surrounding northwest Miami-Dade area. All voters must be registered to vote by Monday, October 6. October 29 is the deadline to request an...
  The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Six is developing the design for two roadway projects along SR 826/Palmetto Expressway, in northwest Miami-Dade County. The limits of the projects extend along the Palmetto from east of N.W. 57 Avenue to west of N.W. 27 Avenue, and from west of N.W. 27 Avenue to west of N.W. 17 Avenue, affecting residents and motorists in the City of Miami Gardens and the Town of Miami Lakes....
  U.S Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart is inviting residents of Congressional District 25 to his Service Academy Day, scheduled for 8:30 a.m., Saturday September 20, at the U.S. Southern Command Center, 9301 N.W. 33 Street in Doral. Participants applying to a service academy will be provided a comprehensive overview of the United States service academies and their admission process. In addition, they will be able to meet with officials...

M-Dade Public Schools holds GO Bond Town Hall Meeting

Featured By Stephanie Brito, Special to The Miami Laker & R.A. Romero, Miami Laker staff Friday, September 12, 2014

  Times are changing and Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) are changing right along with them. This year has ushered in new technology, new construction and new ways of learning. The General Obligation (GO) Bond Referendum 222 was voted in back in 2012 as a plan to enhance school facilities. A total of $1.2 billion dollars is being used through the GO bond in schools throughout Dade County. Facets of the bond enhancements include...
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