The momentum to bring economic development and redevelopment to Broward Countyâ€™s unincorporated areas continues to build as Broward Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness introduces new people and new ideas to the area. Last week, Commissioner Holness took a team of county experts and community leaders on a tour of the large portion of unincorporated Broward that is within his Central Broward District 9 area. The group included Browardâ€™s Director of Small Business and Economic Development, Sandy MacDonald; Director of Planning and Environmental Regulation, Henry Sniezak, business owners and community leaders.
County Commissioner Jean Monestime welcomed Emmanuel Dorvil and Jasmine Rose as the new District 2 appointees to the Miami-Dade Youth Commission during a swearing-in ceremony at the February 4 County Commission meeting. The Miami-Dade County Youth Commission was created by County Ordinance in 2011. Its purpose is to provide young people with a vehicle to participate in the process of County government. Motivated students from each Commission district represent and articulate the needs of youth in Miami-Dade and advise the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners on matters affecting the youth population.
MIAMI, FL â€“ The â€œMighty Rockets,â€ Miami Central Senior High Schoolâ€™s football team, were honored at the Jan. 22 County Commission meeting for earning their third state championship in four years.
MIAMI, FL- Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson cut the ribbon on the new computer lab at Victory Homes Community Center on N.W. 72 Street, Miami with the help of Leroy Jones, Executive Director of Neighbors and Neighbors Ass (NANA) which administers the â€œMom and Popâ€ small business grant program. The computer lab is free for residents of Victory Homes and was inaugurated November 22, 2013.