Miami Beach "For Sale"

We need transformational leadership to move Miami Beach in the right direction. The amount of "For Sale" signs on the homes of longtime Miami Beach residents is worrisome. 

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Tourists Don't Drive?

Over the past four years the City of Miami Beach has eliminated parking requirements for developers while adding no new spaces. If you wonder why you're circling for a spot with no luck, here's why.

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Sargassum On Our Shores

I recently watched a seven-minute video by Harvard University's George Buckley which provides a detailed explanation for the sargassum plague wreaking havoc not just on our coastline, but across the Caribbean and Mexico too. 

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Pumps Don't Pollute

At last week's Miami Beach sea level rise forum, the slogan above was printed on banners. 
According to Miami Beach, "pumps don't pollute, people do". 
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Contaminated Water

Yesterday as I walked the Venetian Islands, this is the sign I found at one of the pump stations. The city might claim the pumps don't pollute, but the Miami Dade County Health Department has a different story to tell. 

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As I canvass our City...

The other day in North Beach, I knocked on a condominium apartment, eager to share my campaign card and explain my platform of clean and safe streets, clean swimmable water, and clean and transparent government.

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