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U.S. Conference of Mayors President Burnsville, MN Mayor Elizabeth Kautz today is leading a bipartisan delegation of more than thirty U.S. mayors in meetings with federal lawmakers on Capitol Hill to encourage them to put aside partisan differences and quickly pass a comprehensive jobs bill that puts Americans back to work and invests in MainSreet metropolitan economies, where joblessness is concentrated.

Barrington Irving, the 23-year old pilot who secured his place in history as the youngest and first black pilot to fly solo around the world, will be the featured guest speaker during I Believe I Can Fly, a black history program event hosted by Miami Dade College (MDC) on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 at the Homestead Campus.

The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for temporary, part-time to full-time workers for Broward County 2010 Census.

Jobs offer excellent, weekly pay, flexible hours, paid training and reimbursement for authorized work-related expenses, such as car mileage traveled while conducting Census work. Census employees get to work in their own neighborhoods with pay ranges from $11.25 to $16.50 per hour.

Available positions include:

Miami International Airport’s steady passenger traffic in 2009 despite a full-year of economic recession worldwide made it the busiest airport in Florida and the second-leading airport in the U.S. for international passengers.

MIA was one of the few U.S. airports to maintain stable passenger traffic levels last year, serving 33.9 million passengers in 2009 - down only half a percentage point from 2008.

MIA’s steady traffic moved it ahead of Los Angeles as the second-leading airport in the U.S. for international passengers after JFK. MIA also regained its top spot as the busiest airport in Florida after trailing Orlando the last five years. MIA continues to be Florida’s leading international gateway, handling 69.5 percent of the state’s arrivals from abroad – more than all the other airports in Florida combined.

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