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September 23rd, 2014, Guest;
Meeting Date: Tuesday
Meeting Time: 8:30
Meeting Place: Abuela’s
Cuban Kitchen, 1654 Meridian Ave., South Beach
Noted Miami Beach
historian Seth Bramson will
be the guest speaker at the September 23rd meeting of the
Tuesday Morning Breakfast Club. Mr.
Bramson is well known for his numerous books focused
on the histories of individual Florida cities. He is also
the historian for the Florida East Coast Railway.
Mr. Bramson has been commissioned by the City of
Miami Beach to write a history of the first 100 years for
the cities centennial which takes place next year and will
be discussing some of the highlights.
There is no charge
for attending and everyone is welcome.
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at www.MBTMBC.com (Miami Beach Tuesday Morning Breakfast
For more information contact David
Kelsey. To be placed on the
Breakast Club’s mailing list, contact Harry
Cherry. Both can be reached
Home Page: www.mbtmbc.com
(Miami Beach Tuesday Morning Breakfast
Ruiz, Director of Community Services
for the City of Miami Beach, addressing the MBTMBC and
answering some difficult questions. Considering the problems
when dealing with the homeless and the many senior citizen
issues, the city appears to be doing a very effective
Joy Malakoff shown here at an earlier
MBTMBC meeting with Cong. Debbie Wasserman
and our own
David. Joy brought
our new city attorney
with her who explained in detail the proposed ballot resolutions.
Philip Levine introduces
our new top-cop-to-be, Daniel Oates
(holding (mike) to the MBTMBC.
Hodgkins, Vice President
of Mat Concessionaire, the company that is building the
tunnel at the Port of Miami, addressing the MBTMBC and
having us all anticipating the May opening..................................
Philip Levine, addressing the mbtmbc
for the first time as mayor and answering all of our questions.
ideas and enthusiasm were very welcome indeed.
Enrique Tamayo, addressing the MBTMBC and explaining
the progress of the Alton Road repairs. He also answered
questions relating to other parts of the city.
Manager Jimmy Morales, addressing the MBTMBC for
first time since taking the helm of the city administration.
He assured us planning for stuff like rebuilding the Convention
Center and the possibility of rising ocean levels are
in capble hands.