May is Haitian Heritage Month and Dotie in Miami took a minute to reflect on the importance of this campaign and what it means to the Haitian-American community. I volunteer for President Obama whenever I can. I’ve done voter registrations in the past, and now we’re planning a community event in North Miami for the Haitian-American community to get fired up for this November.
State Representative Anitere Flores (R, Miami-114) will join the Christian Family Coalition and local coalition partners at a press conference and rally on Monday, May 24th urging Governor Crist to sign HB 1143.
Following This Morning’s Successful and Historic SpaceX Launch  Ã¢â‚¬Å“As Chair of Space Florida, a proud partner with SpaceX, I congratulate the company and especially their visionary CEO Elon Musk, his staff and the NASA workforce on a successful launch of the Falcon 9 rocket this morning and wish them further success when the Dragon capsule docks with the International Space Station later this week.  This mission is an historic moment for Florida and America as private industry proves to the world that commercial space flight is viable. Today SpaceX has proved that Florida's ready and skilled workforce and world-class infrastructure is second to none and ready to lead again in space launch, science and technology."
Kendrick Meek will visit the frontline of Health Care Reform and tour the Community Health of South Florida, Inc. (CHI) on Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. He will be accompanied by Colonel Brodes Hartley, President of CHI.
Torrential downpours in South Florida have caused flooding issues throughout Miami-Dade’s District 12, particularly in the Doral and Sweetwater areas. Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz spent the morning of May 24, 2012 touring both areas and determining the neighborhoods and streets most affected by flooding. The commissioner is working with officials in both cities to alleviate the situation on municipal roads. On Wednesday, pumps had been placed by the City of Doral near NW 77th Court and 35th Street until 1:30 a.m., pumping water into a nearby canal.