Seven Tips for Parents Dealing with COVID-19 Impact on Kids
COVID-19 is undoubtedly affecting our youth, with the most obvious impact being a disruption to their daily routines.For some children with pre-existing mental health concerns, the disruption in routines and physical distancing can exacerbate their difficulties, such as feelings of anxiety and depression. It is these children who need continued, targeted attention... Read More
CNews with EJ Martinez of Power Pizzeria
EJ Martinez Power Pizzeria Show hosted by Grant Miller!
So let me get this straight.Florida Power & Light is going to take millions of gallons of treated wastewater each day and recycle it? Which will help Miami-Dade County comply with ocean outfall legislation and possibly end the practice by 2025? The question is, “Why did it take so long to get here? We should have been doing this yesterday... Read More
Handling the Influx of Remote Work Requests
Before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the merits and pitfalls of working remotely were often debated. As states went into lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, many workforces were forced to go online and quickly adapt to a remote-only work environment. Now, as the pandemic evolves and offices and worksites reopen, employers are likely to experience an influx of requests from employees to continue telecommuting... Read More
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Reflecting on Shared Pain in Tough Times Connects Business With Customers
We are living in unprecedented times for businesses. The Coronavirus pandemic has caused businesses in South Florida to shut down, some temporarily and others possibly forever. This is not an isolated crisis – everyone is experiencing it together. It doesn’t just apply to one business, or one type of business. It applies to every single business... Read More
One thing this pandemic has highlighted for me is the importance of our beaches and water to the vibrancy of Florida’s economy, culture and spirit. That is why I am thrilled to see the County’s plan to send millions of gallons of treated wastewater to Florida Power & Light for recycling and reuse instead of keeping the status quo, which includes disposing of hundreds of millions of gallons of treated sewage water into the ocean... Read More
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY Sunday, June 7 through Sunday, June 14, 2020
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway
Ramp Closures 34.37 The eastbound SR 836 exit ramp to northbound NW 42nd Avenue/LeJeune Road will be closed for roadway restoration on Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night... Read More