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Council Receives Miss Universe Close-out Statement

Miss Universe Pageant in Miami, Florida Tuesday, 19 May 2015 Like every month, the past Thursday the 13th, the Council’s regular session took place. Several themes were discussed: from the recognition to the city’s children who stand out in some area, to companies and organizations. Also the notso- agreeable or entertaining issues like the revision of contracts and budgets, the approval of ordinances and the discussion of the close-out statement...

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Crazy 4 Crayons

Tuesday, 5 May 2015 When high school student Melisa Gil Estiz isn’t studying for chemistry and algebra, she is collecting crayons. This peculiar hobby isn’t without a purpose. As a young philanthropist, the 11th grader collects used crayons for the non-profit organization she founded last year, Crazy 4 Crayons. The story of Crazy 4 Crayons began in 2013 when Melisa’s aunt, Margarita Estiz, became...

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New Ordinance in process Could Doral Get Rid of the Bad Odor?

cenizas 4 Tuesday, 21 April 2015 During the last Council meeting, the first reading concerning the modification of Chapter 26 of the City’s ordinance took place. It considered adding a section that would specify the creation of odors at intolerable levels as one “miscellaneous offense.” The City considers that the existence of intolerable smells interferes with the benefits of health, safety and the wellbeing of its...

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Carlos Opinion

Tuesday, 7 April 2015 Greetings, readers! The summons to our Anniversary Celebration at the Brickell La Scala this past April 3rd was an overwhelming success! Entrepreneurs, professionals, businessmen, politicians, trade organizations and the media gathered that night at the renowned venue of the auditorium to share with Doral News a new year of achievements and fulfi lled goals after our integration with the Network....

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Shark Shootout Golf Tournament to Benefi t Youth Athletic Programs

Tuesday, 7 April 2015 On May 7th, Divine Savior Academy will host the Shark Shootout Golf Tournament, an annual event that raises money for the school’s athletic programs. Hosted on Trump National Doral’s Silver Fox Course, the tournament is a stone’s throw from Divine Savior Academy on 58th Street. “We are pleased to host our annual golf tournament at Trump National Doral. Not only...

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How the City of Doral was Born

doral-logo-640x360 Tuesday, 24 March 2015 Telling the story of the foundation of Doral as a city and of its protagonists has turned out to be as complicated a matter as its creation itself. Personalization of its history is impossible and also unjust. Mentioning names could create unnecessary susceptibilities besides its not being the editor’s intention at all: least of all to use it for political...

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Community Participation: the Key to Security

Seguridad Patrulla en el Parque Tuesday, 24 March 2015 Security in the area is doubtless one of Doral’s main assets. However, for Lieutenant Carlos Arango, security is built on a day-to-day basis through an alliance between the community and the police corps, without ever letting the guard down.   A high tech, well equipped police department is certainly not enough to keep a community safe. According to Lieutenant Carlos...

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Carlos Opinion

Tuesday, 3 March 2015 Greetings, readers! What Venezuela is going through is truly a tragedy that transcends its borders. While I was in Chicago last Monday, February 23, the International and National media stations were broadcasting information about the murder of a fourteen-year-old boy, Kluvierth Roa, that happened when he was near a students’ protest in the city of San Cristobal. The Maduro government...

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Vacations are coming! And now what do we do with the children?

Alex Othon's Baseball Camp City of Doral Tuesday, 5 May 2015 Summer vacations are always a dilemma for the families: those are days of deserved rest, but, what do we do with so much free time? How do we balance the...

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Doral residents lose another round against Trump

Sesion Especial del Concejo 2 Tuesday, 5 May 2015 About 30 citizens met at City Hall in order to listen to the results of the study that had been requested with the idea of discovering some legal right that...

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Federal Investigation in Doral begins after alleged fraud to the city

FBI Tuesday, 21 April 2015 During the last Council meeting, members discussed the topic of video cameras installed in several intersections of the city. To the surprise of many participants, only 2% of the equipment...

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United States Southern Command Observing Latin-America and the Caribbean from Doral

Ejercito-multinacional-EEUU-Canal-Panama_MEDIMA20140807_0191_5 Tuesday, 24 March 2015 The presence in Doral of the US Southern Command is a privilege for the city, not only for what it represents as an institution, but also what it means in...

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Where is Doral Headed?

Destacados Hacia donde va Doral Tuesday, 24 March 2015 In the past Doral, the city produced some 24 million dollars a year, due to revenues from the land property taxes money that was managed by Dade County Mayor who...

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In Doral: Not Only Cars Mobilize Man

trole web Tuesday, 24 March 2015 We the neighbors of Doral complain increasingly about the high volume traffi c and time it takes us to enter and leave the city…¡Our complaints are not unfounded! As the...

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Council member Pete Cabrera asserts: I am Not opposed to the Market

IMG_7045 Tuesday, 17 February 2015 The Doral City Council clarified that there were no intentions to close the Farmers Market on 41st street. However, Pete Cabrera does not hesitate in pointing out that behind the misunderstanding there...

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Carlos Opinion

Tuesday, 5 May 2015 Greetings, readers! Like every year around this time, my wife Andreína and I take a deserved recess, which could be called a vacation. Some of our friends call it “turning the switch off.” We have followed this custom of taking two or three weeks since many years ago, and the time we choose is precisely after the celebration of the newspaper’s anniversary. Evidently, this year is not the exception because on this opportunity I am writing to you from the...

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Donald Trump deemed deserving of a key to the city

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Donald Trump will finally be getting the key to the City of Doral.   On Wednesday , three days after the Miss Universe pageant, Mayor Luigi Boria placed it on the council meeting agenda as a lay-down item — a distinction generally reserved for emergencies....

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Judge to rule on new sentence for Miami-Dade teen who raped and murdered sister

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A judge will rule Monday on a new sentence for Ronald Salazar, the South Miami Heights man who at 14 years old raped and murdered his younger sister, slashing her throat from ear to ear. The same judge in 2009 sentenced Salazar to life in...

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US monitors health care worker aboard cruise ship

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WASHINGTON  - Obama administration officials said a Dallas health care worker who handled a lab specimen from a Liberian man who died from Ebola is self-quarantined on a Caribbean cruise ship and is being monitored for infection.     State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in...

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