Noise Ordinance Change Dropped

2/25/2014 0:00:00 The proposal to change the Miami Springs noise ordinance was dropped Monday night at the Miami Springs Council Meeting. All 5 on council voted no on the second reading after initially voting for it 4 to 1 on the first reading 2 weeks ago. The council chambers were filled with police officers protesting […]

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Noisy Miami Springs?

2/14/2014 0:00:00 Our quiet Miami Springs neighborhood looks to get a bit louder. According to an article written by Theo Karantsalis for The Miami Herald, the old restriction of noise past 10pm is being changed to midnight. According to the article, only Jaime Petralanda voted against extending the noise restriction past 10pm. Garcia, Lob, Windrem, […]

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Springs Police Protest City Hall

2/11/2014 0:00:00 Our small town is generally quiet and free from any major protests. But that was definitely not the case on Monday night. Starting at 6pm On Monday, February 10th, a score of off duty police officers and supporters held a demonstration across from City Hall along Westward Drive. They held up signs that […]

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Curtiss Mansion “NOT falling down

2/6/2014 0:00:00 The city of Miami Springs responded to a recent “Miami New Times” article referenced earlier this week regarding the condition of the roof of the Curtiss Mansion. In the city`s response, the city is reassuring everyone the building is “NOT falling down.” Read the full statement from the city below: Joint Response from […]

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Tito Puente Jr. and Hansel y Raul to perform in Fe

2/5/2014 0:00:00 Big thanks to Woodys West End Tavern and Fred Suco for putting together this incredible lineup to perform LIVE on the Friday night of the River Cities Festival. Yes. We`re talking major Salsa on Canal Street from Tito Puente Jr. and Hansel y Raul! Tito Puente, Jr. Tito Puente Jr. is the son […]

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Renovated Mansion Needs Renovation

2/4/2014 0:00:00 The newly renovated Curtiss Mansion apparently needs a new renovation. According to an article written by Allie Conti and Theo Karantsalis and published by the Miami New Times, the roof is already “falling apart.” The wooden beams used to support the roof were not up to specifications and ” the building could collapse […]

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