The strength of Miami Lakes town government has always been intelligent and meaningful debate, as well as independent officials who make their decisions on the best interest of the Lakes, without influence by special interests. We have always had a diverse council, until now.
During the Nov. 4 election, Miami Lakes residents will face three questions regarding the function of municipal self- governance. Before all the political campaign noise begins, I would like to take a moment and explain all three questions.
Re former Miami Lakes mayor Michael Pizzi’s letter criticizing the Town Council (Council returns to tax-and-spend ways, Soapbox, Sept. 14): The state of Miami Lakes has never been stronger. Miami Lakes remains one of the best places to live, work and play in Miami-Dade County.
In order to comply with the town’s code, Miami Lakes residents who own boats, recreational vehicles or commercial vehicles have two storage options: park the vehicle out of sight, or in a storage facility.