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DORAL 4200: FROM DISCORD TO APPROVAL

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
DORAL 4200: FROM DISCORD TO APPROVAL

Doral’s City Council unanimously approved in first reading the zoning amendment requested by Codina Partner to allow the construction of a residential development made up by 250 apartments in the lot located between 41st Street and 107th and 109th Avenues.



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Brownfields Redevelopment Program Certifies Safety of Recovered Spaces

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Brownfields Redevelopment Program Certifies Safety of Recovered Spaces

the City of Doral held a public workshop to train residents, business owners, real estate professionals, bankers and developers on the strategies and resources available to recover areas designated as brownfields



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DORAL SILVER KNIGHT NOMINEES RECOGNIZED BY DORAL COUNCIL

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
DORAL SILVER KNIGHT NOMINEES RECOGNIZED BY DORAL COUNCIL

At the May 10th 2017 Council meeting, Councilwoman Christi Fraga requested that the City of Doral Mayor and Council recognize students from Ronald W. Reagan/Doral and Doral Academy Preparatory who had been nominated by their schools for the Miami Herald’s Silver Knight Awards.



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In response to residents’ requests THE TROLLEY COULD BE ADDING NEW ROUTES

| April 30, 2017 | 0 Comments
In response to residents’ requests THE TROLLEY COULD BE ADDING NEW ROUTES

Dolphin Mall, Legacy Park, “Doral International Math and Science Academy” school and potentially City Place could be some of the new Trolley destinations



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FEMA Raised Flood Insurance Rating for Doral

| April 30, 2017 | 0 Comments
FEMA Raised Flood Insurance Rating for Doral

This new classification (a whole point improvement since last evaluation five years ago) qualifies residents in the city for a 15 percent discount in the premiums for flood insurance policies that are issued or renewed within Special Flood Hazard Areas of Doral after May 1, 2017.



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COUNCILWOMAN FRAGA OBTAINS UNANIMOUS SUPPORT FROM COUNCIL FOR THE TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

| April 30, 2017 | 0 Comments
COUNCILWOMAN FRAGA OBTAINS UNANIMOUS SUPPORT FROM COUNCIL FOR  THE TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

As part of the program, TSIC will identify eligible, deserving students at Ronald Reagan/Doral High School and pairs them with City employees, who commit to serving as mentors to these students for one hour per week.



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RESIDENTS OF DORAL ARE STILL WAITING FOR AN OLYMPIC POOL

| April 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
RESIDENTS OF DORAL ARE STILL WAITING FOR AN OLYMPIC POOL

The construction of an Olympic swimming pool has been a request from the Doral community from the time the city was founded, nevertheless the road to achieve this has not been easy and the residents are claiming for a place where to take their children to practice this sport without having to commute to other areas.



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RED LIGHT CAMERAS COMING BACK TO DORAL STREETS.

| March 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
RED LIGHT CAMERAS COMING BACK TO DORAL STREETS.

The City of Doral Council instructed staff to review the contract related to reinstate the operation of the red light cameras currently located at main intersections around the city.



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Doral Police Reinforces Actions Towards Car Theft Prevention.

| March 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
Doral Police Reinforces Actions Towards  Car Theft Prevention.

The Doral Police Department calls for the residents to, please “not make easy the job of the thieves”, please remember the importance of closing your vehicles and do not leave valuable objects in plain sight.



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Interview with Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez: “We expect everybody to follow the rules”

| February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
Interview with Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez:  “We expect everybody to follow the rules”

JC Bermudez: “One of the things as a chair I pointed out is that, even if we have differences of opinion, we are going do it in a respectful way, in a timely way, respect the time of the residents, the staff and the rest of the council”



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