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February 05, 2019 WEBSITE UNDER RENOVATION - Accessibility Issues

This website is currently under renovation to ensure accessibility by any disabled individual.  If anyone encounters an inaccessible feature on this website, please contact Jennifer Evelyn, City Clerk, Florida City, at (305) 247-8221 or cityclerk@floridacityfl.gov, to advise what inaccessible feature was encountered, and to allow the City to provide the desired information through alternative means, until such time as the website renovation is complete.  

National Day of Prayer 2019

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
CITY OF FLORIDA CITY
All residents, property owners and other interested parties are hereby notified of a City Commission meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 7:30 PM to to discuss the acceptance of the 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Justice Assistance Program (JAG) for the amount of $26,153.  The grant will fund the following Florida City Police Department Projects: 

Line Item Description

Amount

Copy Machines

$13,744

E-Citation Equipment

2,418

ID Card System

9,206

NIBRS Training

785

Total Federal Grant Funding

$26,153

 The meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 404 West Palm Drive, Florida City, Florida.
 Anyone desiring to appeal any decision of the City Commission must arrange for a verbatim record of the proceedings, including testimony and evidence upon which any appeal may be issued

(F.S. 286.0105. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all disabled persons desiring to participate in these proceedings and needing special accommodations to do so because of that disability should contact Ms. Evelin Simpson at (305) 247-8223 ext. 304.
Questions or comments regarding this notice should also be directed to Evelin Simpson, Administrative Aide, Florida City Police Department, 404 West Palm Drive, Florida City, Florida, 33034, or by phone (305) 247-8223 ext. 304, or by e-mail at esimpson@flcitypd.com.

New tack on expanding Metrorail: Put the tracks on the street

After almost 15 years of failed promises to expand Miami-Dade's elevated Metro rail system north and south, local transportation planners are bringing their ambitions down to earth. A new strategy involves saving money by using ground-level tracks for extending Metrorail north to Broward and south to Florida City, with existing cars moving onto ramps that connect with rails built on local roads and streets.


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