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CBS Miami: “Women Making History From Miami-Dade County Hall To The White House”

March is Women’s History Month, but history is currently being made from County Hall in Miami-Dade to the halls of the White House. In fact, one local female trailblazer has dubbed 2021, the year of the woman. Two months before Kamala Harris took the oath of office as the first female Vice President of the …

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WSVN: “Levine Cava mulls lifting Miami-Dade curfew in April as vaccinations ramp up across South Florida”

Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said she is considering lifting the countywide curfew in early April if the positivity rate stays below a certain percentage, as new federal vaccination sites continue to increase access to the COVID-19 vaccine. According to a spokesperson for the mayor, Levine Cava sent a memo to the county commissioners on …

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WSVN: “Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava hosts 9th annual Bike to Work Day”

Thousands traded their cars for their bikes on Friday morning to head to work. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava hosted the ninth annual Bike to Work Day. Many riders even got a police escort from the University Metrorail Station to downtown Miami. “The Miami-Dade Bike305 initiative has worked for years to lift up our bicycling …

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CBS Miami: “Miami-Dade Daniella Mayor Levine Cava: ‘Countywide Curfew Could Be Lifted By April 5th’ “

Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Friday that the countywide curfew could be lifted by April 5, if current trends continue and the 14-day average is at or below 5.5 percent at that time. Mayor Levine Cava sent a memo to the Board of County Commissioners with the results of the 30-day medical data …

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The Miami Times: “Book Fair panelists discuss equitable future”

On Monday, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava participated in Goulds’ Walking One Stop collaborative effort with South Dade officers to tackle the rise in gun violence tragedies in Miami-Dade County. That same day, Miami Dade College’s north campus provost worked to inform the community about a Rising Black Scholars program that will provide free tuition for …

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Miami Today News: “Last pair of Metrorail cars ordered in 2012 finally on track”

A more than 8½-year effort to replace Miami-Dade’s Metrorail fleet is nearly over, as the county last week accepted and is now testing the last pair of new railcars from manufacturer Hitachi Rail Italy before adding them to the system. The two railcars are the last of 136 Miami-Dade ordered from Hitachi (formerly AnsaldoBreda) in …

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Miami Herald: “Miami-Dade’s new sea rise strategy: build higher and back away from the water”

Miami-Dade’s new strategy for adapting to sea level rise comes down to two main ideas: build up higher and back away from the water. That could look like building elevated homes straight out of the Florida Keys, or buying out whole streets of homes on the riverfront, or shorelines lined with mangroves instead of condos. …

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Local 10 News: “Miami-Dade Mayor discusses sea-level rise strategy”

Mayor Daniella Levine Cava held a news conference Friday morning to unveil Miami-Dade County’s sea-level rise strategy. She was joined by Commissioner Rebeca Sosa, Clerk of Courts Harvey Ruvin, Chief Resilience Officer Jim Murley, Dr. Carolina Maran of the South Florida Water Management District, and Village of El Portal Mayor Omarr C. Nickerson. Watch a …

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