MIAMI —Miami-Dade County has extended the time to apply for its rent relief program until Friday, July 9. Eligible Miami-Dade County residents that have fallen behind on rent due to COVID-19 can apply for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP 2.3) to help pay back rent and other housing costs. All applications submitted during the open period will be placed into a pool that will be sorted by a computerized random selection process to determine order of review.
Fort Lauderdale, FL - The T.J. Reddick Bar Association and Kaplan have developed a partnership to increase the number of Black attorneys by creating a scholarship for Black law students. This new scholarship, in the form of bar preparatory courses, will be awarded to eligible rising 2Ls and 3Ls who are members of the Black Law Students Association in South Florida, to help alleviate the financial burdens that Black law students experience while preparing for the bar exam.
MIAMI —Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces announces the completion of an $1.1 million expansion project at Quail Roost Park, 11336 SW 186 St., Miami. Park improvements include a new 20,300 square foot playground for the 2.47 acre neighborhood park, making it the largest playground in the Miami-Dade County Parks system.
MIAMI —The Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department has hundreds of seasonal jobs to fill this summer, including pool managers and pool/lake lifeguards. Miami-Dade County Parks offers exciting and enriching job opportunities across every corner of the county, with competitive pay well above Florida’s minimum wage.
BROWARD COUNTY, FL – The Mosquito Control Section reminds residents and businesses that the hurricane and rainy season is also mosquito season. Just one female mosquito can lay up to 300 eggs at a time.
Miami-Dade County, FL – The Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser Pedro J. Garcia has released the 2021 June 1st Estimates of Taxable Values to the taxing authorities. The countywide estimated taxable value for 2021 is $335,912,000,000, an increase of $11,549,002,836 or 3.6% when compared to 2020.
MIAMI —Mayor Daniella Levine Cava made the following statement regarding recent anti-Semitic incidents:
TAMPA, Fla., – Memorial Day weekend marked the unofficial start of summer and unfortunately a dangerous time of year for young drivers. Nationwide, more than 30 percent of deaths involving teen drivers occurs during what’s called the “100 Deadliest Days” - a period that runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
MIAMI - Miami-Dade County Community Action and Human Services Department (CAHSD) offers crisis assistance to qualified Miami-Dade County residents unable to pay their home energy bill. Since April 2021, over 30,802 households have received more than $15.7 million in assistance through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
MIAMI —Today is the first full day of summer. This means more outdoor time spent at picnics, barbecues, and at parks. It also means more annoying mosquitoes, and the potential for bites and the diseases they may transmit. Miami-Dade County's Mosquito Control and Habitat Management Division is prepared for a long, hot season of abatement activities and requests for services, and offers some helpful hints on how to stay bite-free.
Quincy, Fla. – Yesterday, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried joined U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Monica Rainge, U.S. Representative Al Lawson, Jr. (FL-5), and others to highlight historic American Rescue Plan provisions that provide $4 billion in debt relief to socially disadvantaged farmers, ranchers, and growers. They were joined at the Florida A&M University (FAMU) Research and Extension Center in Quincy, Florida by FAMU President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., FAMU College of Agriculture and Food Sciences Dean Robert Taylor, Ph.D., Gadsden County Commission Chair Brenda Holt, Quincy Mayor Ronte R. Harris, and approximately fifty farmers and ranchers from across North Florida.
TALLAHASSEE — Get ready for hurricane season that begins on Tuesday, June 1, because the 2021 season is predicted to be busier than normal. As with every hurricane season, regardless of forecast, preparation is still the key, and the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) wants to help you be ready for any storm emergency.
- Miami-Dade Transit Customer Service Offices to Reopen to Public
- New ID Cards to Become Available to the Homeless, Undocumented Immigrants and Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in Miramar
- Congresswoman Wilson Urges Hardworking Families to File Taxes Before May 17 to Get Their Advance Child Tax Credit Payments ASAP
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