The City of Miami Department of Fire & Rescue is testing City of Miami residents that are homebound & 65 and older for COVID-19. If you meet these requirements and are experiencing symptoms, please watch this video and call 305-960-5050 to schedule an appointment. pic.twitter.com/XnWqdxMuz2 — Miami Fire Rescue (@CityofMiamiFire) August 27, 2020 The City […]
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August 18th is Voting Day!
Just a quick reminder that August 18th it voting day! Please remember that your Vote-by-Mail ballot must be RECEIVED by Miami-Dade Elections Department no later than 7:00 p.m. on August 18th. It does not matter when it was postmarked. If you still have your ballot, you can hand-deliver it to: Miami-Dade Elections Department Main Office […]
All We Have is Home
I love this new commercial from Coldwell Banker. Has anyone else had a “hair salon” in their home in the last 5 months? When it’s time for a big move, wherever the road may lead, know that I’m happy to connect you, your friends or family members with an agent who has the right skills […]
Who is on the Downtown Miami Ballot – the Judicial Seats
Last week, I posted a lengthy article outlining my choices for the non-judicial candidates running for various offices in Miami-Dade County. I don’t pretend to be an expert, nor impartial. But I do take voting seriously, and I do a lot of research before making my decisions. Last week’s article and this one are essentially […]
Early Voting Starts Monday. Who is on the Downtown Miami Ballot?
August 18th is Miami-Dade County’s primary election, with early voting beginning this Monday, August 3rd. So who is on the ballot for residents of Downtown Miami? It depends. Some of the races are county-wide; Miami-Dade’s Mayor and Property Appraiser, for instance. In other races, since Florida is a closed primary election state, this means that […]
NAR Disappointed in Administration’s Final Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule – Press Release
WASHINGTON (July 23, 2020) – National Association of Realtors® President Vince Malta issued the following statement after the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday unveiled its final rule implementing the “affirmatively furthering fair housing” provisions of the Federal Fair Housing Act. Following the administration’s initial proposal in January, NAR publicly commented that the […]