Miami Lakes residents can now get local government services easier and faster at their fingertips. The Town of Miami Lakes has launched its very own mobile phone application that lets anyone apply for services, get information and report important information. The Miami Lakes app conveniently allows residents to submit requests, report issues, ask questions, along with the ability to post pictures using the GPS location...
More than 50 senior citizens graduated from the new iSenior Program, thanks to the Department of Elder Affairs Community for a Lifetime Support Projects to Elders Grant in partnership with Hialeah Miami Lakes Adult and Community Education and the Town of Miami Lakes.  The grant funded the free intergenerational technology education course for seniors in the community who wanted to learn about the latest tablet technology. Hialeah...

Residents vent annexation concerns at Town Hall session

Community By David L. Snelling, The Miami Laker Staff Friday, July 5, 2013

On June 25, State Representative Manny Diaz Jr., and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr., hosted a town hall meeting in Miami Lakes at Royal Oaks Park Community Center to discuss issues affecting area residents and their experiences at the recent Legislative Session in Tallahassee.  Annexation was the gist of residents’ concerns after hearing rumors the town was mulling adding an unincorporated area north of the 6.5...
Headquartered in Miami Lakes, Nutri-Force Nutrition, a Hispanic-owned and recognized cGMP leader in the contract manufacturing, private labeling, and branding of nutraceuticals, vitamins, and nutritional supplements, has received the 2013 Good to Great Award in the Healthcare category from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.  “It is an honor to receive this leadership award in the healthcare category and make such an...

Voters approve charter amendment for all seats to At-Large

Community By David L. Snelling, The Miami Laker staff Friday, July 5, 2013

Future candidates can now run for any seat on the Miami Lakes Town Council no matter where they live. Local registered voters eliminated residential district council seats in favor of all at-large seats during a June 25 special mail-in ballot election, which drew a relatively low voter turnout.    According to the Miami-Dade Elections Department, among the 17,504 registered voters in the town, which encompasses 6.5...
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