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Monday 12/11/2017
Letter to the Editor - At the recent South Dade Solutions Summit 3 Meeting

Letter to the Editor - News Leader

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Letter to the Editor -Curbelo is in the pocket of the nation's beet and cane sugar cartels

Dear Editor,

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Thursday 11/09/2017
Op-Ed - Congress Must Act to Let TPS Immigrants Stay

   This week, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it would extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Hondurans by six months in order to gather more information, while terminating protections for Nicaraguans next year. The Administration has yet to make a determination for Salvadorans and Haitians.

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Friday 11/03/2017
Letter to the Editor - Florida's free and charitable clinics


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Friday 10/27/2017
Letter to the Editor - Shame on you Frederica Wilson

   Re:  Representative Frederica Wilson of Florida in her own words "Now I am a Rock Star",

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Friday 09/01/2017
Letter to the Editor

After leaving the outstanding celebration of our recovery from Hurricane Andrew on August 24, it occurred to me that two of the most successful and important people in our recovery were not mentioned:

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Friday 08/25/2017
Refocus on Healthcare Reform Wins

   Many Americans were disappointed when recent healthcare overhaul efforts failed. Whether they supported the proposed fix or not, many Floridians are now left wondering if they are stuck with all of the downsides of the Affordable Care Act.

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Op-Ed: Community Leaders Gather for Hurricane Andrew Anniversary

   More than 200 community leaders and elected officials gathered together yesterday to mark the 25th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history, that devastated much of our South Dade community.

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Saturday 07/08/2017
Letter to the Editor - Community Council 14 Zoning Board hearing

The crowd of over 100 neighbors who attended the Community Council 14 Zoning Board hearing last week in opposition to a request to convert a 27 acre avocado grove nestled between Northwest Homestead and the Redlands, just west of  Krome Avenue to 67 home sites demonstrated that taking part can make a difference.  Despite a detailed presentation by one of the foremost land use attorneys in South Florida on behalf of the developer, following the end of nearly two hours of statements of opposition by scores of neighbors, the Community Council voted to defer the hearing and strongly encouraged the developer and his attorney to meet with the neighbors in an attempt to address their concerns. Two of the Community Council members were

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Letter to the Editor - Last Week's Coucil Meeting

In one end of town, East Homestead, --- City Fathers, --- last week’s council meeting have given carte blanche to developers allowing 400 apartments -- townhouses on 50 acres of pristine agricultural land and in the northwest part of town on the Avocado Krome boundary line, the county -- UMSA -- has an application to change the zoning -- agricultural to EU-M on 27 acres of avocado grove land.  Last week’s Redland Community Council’s hearing had neighbors of that section of town and Redland in an uproar with the county’s recommendation allowing 67 homes.  The angry crowd of approximately 150, standing outside the govenment center over crowded auditorium, had their voices heard to five members of the CC 14 board.  The chairman proceeded the meeting in spite of the large turn out and after three hours of testimony the outcome was for the applicant and the attorney to meet with the neighbors and community. --- (This should have been done weeks in advance of the hearing.)  It may have  set well with all of the opposition had the developer asked for 1-acre--EU-1 zoning.   Four laneing Krome and a potential traffice bottleneck at Avocado Drive,  this northwest part of Homestead should stay very low density and have the agricultural, historic look it has had since the beginning.  What has been stated above, we might ask, “Is the future of Homestead and South Dade following in unbridled growth?”

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Friday 06/30/2017
Letter to the Editor

We here at Homestead Trading Post thought it was a good time to thank our local finest, the Homestead Police Department, for their excellence in protecting our community in a job that at times goes somewhat unappreciated and taken for granted.

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Friday 06/23/2017
Environmentalists Win

Last week's Board of County Commission's  3 t0 2  Down vote on

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