Pizzi settlement is done, Miami Lakes town attorney tells council

Featured By Linda Trischitta, Editor Thursday, June 13, 2024

Miami Lakes will pay former Mayor Michael Pizzi $1.625 million for legal fees for his defense in a federal criminal case, a decision that ends a decade of courtroom battles and payments to lawyers. After a jury found in 2014 that Pizzi was not...

Pfc. Michael Bagley awarded Purple Heart on January 24

Community Wednesday, February 19, 2014

  Private First Class Michael W. Bagley of Palm Springs North was awarded the Purple Heart medal on January 24 for his service and war injury he received while serving as a Combat Engineer in Afghanistan. He is the son of Roy and Rose Bagley, and brother of Lynn Bagley Nader. Bagley attended Joella C. Good Elementary, Lawton Chiles Middle School and American Senior High School. Michael and his wife (left), Aryn, are presently stationed...
Town of Miami Lakes will host Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr. (District 13) for a Town Hall meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 26, in the Council chambers of the Government Center, 6601 Main Street. Bovo is traveling throughout the District to listen and discuss residents’ concerns and ideas. On Wednesday, March 26, he will visit with Palm Springs North residents from 5:45 to 7 p.m. at Norman and Jean...
  Michael DeMoya a resident of Miami Lakes since 1970, is founder and CEO of 1.618 Technology, a company based in South Florida which is set to launch at the end of February. The company is focused on meeting the new paradigm shift in the real estate industry for real estate agents. A real estate agent for 14 years and several years in the Miami Lakes market, DeMoya has seen the evolution and the integration of the Internet into the...
The Town of Miami Lakes continues to strive for more transparency and public access. The town has begun to utilize VR Systems for Candidates and Committees to create and submit their financial reports electronically. This will reduce paper, staff time, and improve the candidate financial reporting process. In addition, the public can easily view and search reports for key works such as specific contributors, expenditures, etc. Election...

Town explores boat storage lot on site owned by FP&L

Community Wednesday, February 19, 2014

  The Town of Miami Lakes is working with Florida Power & Light to create a storage site for boats and commercial vehicles owned by Miami Lakes residents. At the Town Council’s February 11 meeting, Town Manager Alex Rey requested funding of $500 for an application fee in order to begin a FP&L review process of the proposal. The town has identified a location near the corner of N.W. 77 Avenue and 145 Street, as the best...
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