Improving and Maintain a Positive Quality of Life for Residents

Apr 10 , 2019

Vigorously protect the rights of all of Miami Beach’s diverse populations. Oppose development projects that further increase traffic and our quality of life. Support the city’s historic preservation efforts while respecting private property rights. Make the city safer for residents and tourists once again to step outside without feeling unsafe.

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Addressing Flooding and Sea Level Rise

Apr 10 , 2019

Prioritize investments into infrastructure and flood prevention plans to keep the city dry while protecting homeowners’ and business owners’ property values. Ensure that the city budget is sufficient to invest in improving our flood control and infrastructure. Support green initiatives at the municipal level to do our part to try and reverse humanity’s impact on…

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Combating Traffic and Diversifying Local Transportation Options

Apr 10 , 2019

Keep and maintain our local trolleys and interconnect them from North to South. Oppose development that increases traffic impact and adversely affects residents’ quality of life. Support innovative modes of transportation connecting Miami Beach to the mainland. Support enhanced operation of Uber and Lyft – Miami Beach needs alternative and modern transportation options.

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Education Innovation

Apr 10 , 2019

Strong schools make Miami Beach an all-around great and attractive place to live. Although education is a state and school board responsibility, the city must find innovative ways to encourage excellence in Miami Beach schools and make up for shortfalls in vision and creativity at the state and county level. As commissioner, Adrian will explore…

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Demand More Transparency and Accountability in City Hall

Apr 9 , 2019

Provide proper fiscal oversight and protect taxpayer money. Maintain a proper City millage rate so that residents receive high quality services for the taxes and fees they pay. Make sure that City pensions are fiscally sustainable, remain affordable for the taxpayers in the long term, and are fair for public employees that provide services.

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