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ON THE WAY OUT: The Miami Springs Recreation Pool has served as a host venue for many swimming meets over the years but will become obsolete soon as a new aquatic facility is on the way.

New Miami Springs aquatic facility moves closer to reality

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 28
River Cities Gazette

If there was any doubt that Miami Springs was getting a new Aquatic Center before last Monday, it went away when the council voted 5-0 at th... eir regular meeting to approve the design concept. The consulting firm Bermello Ajamil & Partners (B&A) was given the go-ahead with the design/bidding process, and if all goes right, groundbreaking will take place in April 2015.

Florida Governor Rick Scott pays a visit to Medley

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 27
River Cities Gazette

WIth an upcoming election in November, Florida Governor Rick Scott made the town of Medley part of his whistle-stop campaign tour last week ... when he dropped by La Cosecha Restaurant for a little breakfast and Cuban coffee.

Hawks football team falls to North Miami Beach in Kickoff Classic, opener against Hialeah Thursday

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 25
River Cities Gazette

Coming off a historic season a year ago that saw them make the state playoffs for the first time in 18 years, one might think that the bar w... ould be set even higher and expectations even more exciting for the Miami Springs Golden Hawks football team. But, as the 2014 season sits on the horizon with their regular season opener against Hialeah set for this Thursday night, Aug. 28 at 7 p.m. at Milander Stadium, things aren’t nearly as rosy as one might think.

Miami Springs resident Rundell moves up the officiating ranks, now works for ACC crew

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 22
River Cities Gazette

Wayne Rundell grew up and still lives in Miami Springs with his wife Bethany and two boys and has been the sports producer at News Seven dur... ing that entire time but what Rundell does on weekends during football season is why we’re bringing you this story.

Former Medley Town Attorney Pizzi acquitted of federal bribery charges

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 18
River Cities Gazette

A year and one week from the day that he sat in the back of an FBI vehicle, handcuffed and under arrest on federal bribery charges, former M... edley Town Attorney Michael Pizzi exited the Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami last week in an entirely different frame of mind as he was acquitted on all charges surrounding a federal bribery case.

Miami Springs

25 percent of Miami Springs employees earn more than $100,000

- The Miami Herald , Aug 25
The Miami Herald

About a quarter of Miami Springs municipal employees earn more than $100,000 in salary and benefits, city records shows.

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