FYI

MIAMI-DADE – Black Miamians of all nationalities and backgrounds will come together to advance a common agenda at the second annual “One Heritage: State of Black Miami” forum. Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jean Monestime and his colleagues on the Miami-Dade County Commission in association with Florida Memorial University and other community stakeholders will convene a community conversation and assessment of Black Miami’s state of economic prosperity, community development, and our youth next generation as well as bridging the gap on Wednesday, April 12 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Florida Memorial University Lou Rawls Theater, 15800 NW 42nd Ave., Miami Gardens, FL 33054.
Baynanza Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day has brought our community together to keep our beaches and shorelines clean for more than three decades. We invite you to celebrate Baynanza's 35th anniversary alongside thousands of other volunteers on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 9 a.m. to noon at one of our 21 cleanup sites.
Get five friends to participate, get another $100.  BROWARD COUNTY, FL - April is Water Conservation Month, and the Broward Water Partnership is educating residents about the importance of saving this precious resource with an effort to reward those whose friends participate in a rebate program. Anyone who has already received a rebate for trading a water-guzzling toilet for a WaterSense® High Efficiency model or is in the application process, can win an extra $100 by convincing five friends to take advantage of the program. All rebates must be processed and completed by April 30, 2017.
BROWARD COUNTY, FL - Broward County Transit (BCT) successfully held its 36th Annual Bus Safety Roadeo on Sunday, February 26th, at its West Copans Road facility in Pompano Beach. The local Bus Safety Roadeo is an annual skills and safety competition for BCT bus operators who volunteer to compete in various challenges. It assesses behind-the-wheel skills designed to test every phase of operations that a bus operator encounters during normal driving situations.
Miami, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County (DOH-Miami-Dade) issued a rabies alert for the Kendall area. This is in response to a raccoon that tested positive on February 28, 2017. This is the first confirmed rabid animal this year in the county and first rabid raccoon identified in Miami-Dade since 2001. DOH-Miami-Dade has been working with Miami-Dade Animal Services to identify any individuals who might have been exposed to the animal. The recent rabies alert is for 60 days. The rabies alert includes the following boundaries in Miami-Dade County:
Page 7 of 286
Top