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West Avenue Corridor group to hold first-ever annual meeting

 

Belle Isle Blog

The West Avenue Corridor Neighborhood Association — a community group that’s been extremely active on issues from bicycle and pedestrian safety to zoning and flooding issues — holds its first annual meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 at the Mirador 1200 condominium.

With leadership from co-chairs Christine Florez and Gayle Durham, the WAVNA community group has drawn serious attention from Miami Beach officials and developers who want to do business in the area. Florez, by the way, recently filed papers to run for the Miami Beach City Commission.

Find out what items will be on the West Avenue agenda at the Belle Isle Blog.

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