FYI

Broward County’s Port Everglades is set to begin a $437.5 million expansion project to add five new berths for larger cargo ships.
Broward County took a bold step to address the impacts of climate change by adopting stronger planning requirements for new building projects and major redevelopments, approving the creation of a future conditions map series in the Broward County Code of Ordinances to anticipate changes in topography, infrastructure and environmental conditions brought on by sea level rise caused by climate change.
The County Commission unanimously voted to invest nearly $60 million to replace an aging public safety radio system. The current 25 year old system will be replaced in 2018 with a Motorola P25 system, one of the most advanced systems in the industry.
MIAMI – Thanks to the Miami-Dade Police Department South District Neighborhood Resource Unit (NRU), youth from South Dade will enjoy the summer visiting landmark attractions while learning about county government and services as a part of the NRU Summer Camp Program.
MIAMI (June 13, 2017) —  Last summer, Miami-Dade’s Board of County Commissioners (BBC) approved a resolution banning polystyrene products, such as Styrofoam, in all Miami-Dade parks, including beaches. The measure was followed by a public awareness campaign, led by the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, to help educate patrons about the polystyrene ban. The ban officially goes into effect on July 1.
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