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Letter: The destruction of South Miami’s small town character

The first commission meeting of the new year included yet another re-plat approval of a once beautiful 2.7-acre property fronting Miller Road. The property was dissected into nine lots with some serious issues. Our Commission got out their well worn and much used rubber stamps to give their “ministerial” approval. Our elected officials are effectively increasing density in our residential areas without changing the zoning, by allowing developers to re-plat every big beautiful lot that will accommodate as many huge homes that can be packed in with the current zoning.

South Miami

South Miami to host intermodal transportation plan workshop

The workshop takes place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14 in the commission chambers. Some of the tasks in the plan include transportation mobility data collection, review, and analysis, bike path inspection and public engagement. It also features drawings of how intersections can be redesigned for better pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow.

South Miami

Photo Gallery: Christmas with Chris Bosh" | Dec. 20, 2014

Miami Heat center/forward Chris Bosh and his charity, Team Tomorrow, presented "Christmas With Chris Bosh" on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at GameTime at The Shops At Sunset Place in South Miami. Nearly 200 youngsters -- from Chapman Partnership Homeless Shelter; Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Miami; After School All Stars; Voices for Children; The Boys & Girls Club of Miami-Dade; Each One, Reach One, and Best Buddies -- were invited to enjoy games and food, and to visit “Santa Bosh’s Workshop,” a pop-up store in which the young visitors received holiday gifts from the Miami HEAT, Nike, Santa Bosh sunglasses from See Ya PR, Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, Sabra Hummus, toys such as Zoomer Dino, Paw Patrol, Chatsters, and Air Hogs from Spin Master, various DVD movies, and cakes from Divine Delicacies. All of the goodies were donated.

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South Miami


Photo gallery: Hans Huseby remembered by family and friends

In front of the South Miami FootWorks store he owned for 40 years, Hans Huseby was remembered Wednesday night by his family and more than 1,000 friends from the South Florida running community. Huseby was 64 when he died Saturday in his sleep. His wife Laurie, left, recalled a note Hans left for her last week on the kitchen counter: “Thanks for being my wife,” wrote Huseby, who was eulogized for his kindness and generosity. “I will very much miss working the races with you,” son JP said, addressing the gathering.


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As part of a weekly feature called Community Conversations, we're gathering your comments on a variety of topics. This week’s question: As South Florida has grown, how has the quality of life here improved or gotten worse?