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Wings Over Miami Air Museum, located in the Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport, 14710 South West 128th Street, Miami, will be hosting a Fly-In and Static Display of vintage aircraft on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 from 10 am to 4 pm.

A fly-in is an opportunity for planes throughout a region to fly-in to an airport for a special event. In the case of the May event, the planes will be parked and displayed much like a car show. The pilots will be available for the public to visit with and to answer questions about their planes.

The Jamaica Debt Exchange (JDX) has and will make a significant positive impact on the country’s debt situation, and has the potential to turn Jamaica back from the path of increasing indebtedness that it has been on for the past 14 years. However, the JDX alone is insufficient. The government must pursue a programme of disciplined management of liabilities accrued outside of central government, must see through its stated intention to aggressively rationalize the public sector, and embark on comprehensive fundamental tax reforms, if Jamaica is to see real reductions in the country’s debt burden.

The March unemployment rate (not-seasonally adjusted) for the South Florida Workforce region (Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties) was 11.8 percent. The March 2010 rate was up 2.2 percentage points from the year-ago rate of 9.6 percent but was 0.2 percentage points lower than the state rate of 12.0 percent. During March 2010, there were 155,174 unemployed residents in the region out of a labor force of 1,312,441.

In the two counties constituting the South Florida Workforce region, the March 2010 unemployment rates were 12.0 percent in Miami-Dade County and 7.7 percent in Monroe County. Monroe’s unemployment rate is the second lowest statewide and has decreased by 0.4 percentage points from its revised 8.1 February 2010 rate. For Miami-Dade County, the 12.0 percent March 2010 unemployment rate represents a 0.7 percentage points over the month increase of the revised 11.3 February 2010 rate. Moreover, Miami-Dade’s March 2010 rate is 2.3 percentages points higher than its 9.7 year-ago rate.

City of Miami Parks will be opening 2010 Summer Camp registration with a Super Saturday Registration Day on April 17th, 2010.Twenty Seven park locations will be holding summer camp. Space is limited at each park and residents are encouraged to visit their local park on Super Saturday to ensure the best possible chance of securing a summer camper space. Only City of Miami Residents can register between April 17th and April 25th. Non-city of Miami residents can register starting April 26th.
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