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Miami Lakes

Miami Lakes’ way of life on line in town elections

Miami Lakes, which sprouted up amid rustic dairy farms, fancies itself as a fictional Mayberry with its very own Main Street. But the tree-lined town — burgeoning with 30,000 residents and hundreds of businesses — has been forced to reckon with the urban ills of congestion, traffic and development that now dominate issues in the local election on Nov. 8.

Key Biscayne

Six candidates run for three seats on Key Biscayne Village Council

A half-dozen Key Biscayne residents, motivated by issues from sea-level rise to high school choice, are seeking three open Village Council seats. The candidates include: Violette de Ayala, the founder of FemCity; Allison McCormick, a former teacher; Brett Moss, the principal architect of Moss & Architecture Design Group; Katie Petros, a law office administrator; Ignacio J. Segurola, an attorney; and Rosemary Thornton, a media consultant.

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