🌱 Hershy Schwartz Death Leaves Questions + Marco Financial Funding

🌱 Hershy Schwartz Death Leaves Questions + Marco Financial Funding

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Community Corner🌱 Hershy Schwartz Death Leaves Questions + Marco Financial Funding

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Miami is still working to break up Biscayne Blvd. and add a new teahouse for locals to enjoy as well as other amentities.Four Miami Beach officers are expected to go on trial soon for allegedly punching and kicking two men during violent arrests in a hotel lobby. Communities with the Orthodox Jewish community are still looking for the killer of Hershy Schwartz after his death in South Florida on Feb. 19.

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Here are the top stories today in Miami:Miami is working to break up Biscayne Boulevard and add a teahouse and other amentities for locals, although plans are still being ironed out by the city and developers. Two MPA parking lots between Third and Fifth streets would be converted into an open space. Swiss landscape architect Enea is in charge of the design of the space. (Miami Today)Four Miami Beach officers are expected to go on trial soon for allegedly punching and kicking two men during violent arrests in a hotel lobby almost two years ago. Prosecutors said the victim was repeatedly hit in the head while he was handcuffed and on the ground. The trial comes after

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Today in Miami: Morning Meditations at Miami Beach Chamber Of Commerce. (8:30 a.m.) Chamber Chat With Mayor Dan Gelber at Miami Beach Chamber Of Commerce. (9 a.m.) Zumba Gold at Village Of Pinecrest Parks And Recreation. (10 a.m.) Computer Basics For Seniors at Miami Springs Branch Library. (11 a.m.) Miami Web3 Happy Hour at Cerveceria La Tropical. (6:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shared: "On Saturday, MDFR Community Affairs attended the Parent to Parent of Miami’s Annual Family Engagement Picnic. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth to learn on fire & life safety." (Miami-Dade Fire Rescue via Facebook) Miami-Dade County Public Schools shared: "Help us build a stronger community by participating in the upcoming #MiamiSupt5K! Join us on Saturday, March 4, 2023, by registering now at https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/Miami/Super5KRaceForEducation/." (Miami-Dade County Public Schools via Facebook) Miami-Dade Parks shared: "FRIDAY 🚴🏽‍♀️🚴🏼🚴🏿‍♂️🚴🏼‍♀️: This year’s Bike305 Bike to Work Day will begin at Haulover Park. Join us for our free annual event hosted by Mayor Daniella Levine Cava on Friday, March 3." (Miami-Dade Parks via Facebook)

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