Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Efficiency through joining effort. Encouraging committees to work together on common projects. Case in point - student Transportation as part of the effort to relieve village traffic.

Leadership - bringing committees together to collaborate.  Putting talent together to work effectively for similar efforts.

Another great Education Advisory Committee meeting was held on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.  Eva M. Regueira, Ed.S., Director, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Grants Administration Miami-Dade County Public Schools works with our EAC and has recently also been working with Council Member David Singer - who has also been working on school transportation plans.  Director Regueira provided maps pursuant to his request which demonstrate the reported residences of students who attend our 4 area public schools: Howard Drive, Coral Reef and Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the Arts - elementary schools as well as Southwood Middle School.
Robert Buzzelli serves on the village Services Advisory Committee and is working within that committee to coordinate efforts on village/Student transportation.   I invited him to participate in the 4/3 EAC meeting and begin to work together as he will also be in communication with Council Member Singer.

I have another "Meeting of the Mayors" meeting with Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava on Friday  (4-6-2018) where we will continue work on many of these school transportation issues.
I’m very proud of the dedicated members of all our committees as well as serving as Council Liaison to the EAC.

I am proud to be involved in real efforts to reduce adverse traffic impact to our Palmetto Bay residents.

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