Hello, everyone. I’m right here along with your Monday version of the Miami Daily, stuffed with every little thing you must find out about what is going on on on the town. Including updates on:
- 🗳️ Early voting kicks off immediately all through South Florida for many who registered to vote by Oct. 11 within the Nov. 8 common election.
- 🛥️ The USNS Comfort docked at PortMiami on Sunday morning to pickup provides for its subsequent humanitarian mission.
- 🌮 La Placita Taco Grill opened earlier this year in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.
Ready to vote? Early voting is underway in Miami-Dade County. Here is a quick guide to the early voting websites and instances within the county.
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Here are the highest tales in Miami immediately:
1. Eligible voters will be capable of take part in early voting beginning immediately, Monday, Oct. 24. Only voters registered by Oct. 11 are eligible to vote early. Early voting is on the market in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe counties. (NBC Miami)
2. The USNS Comfort docked at PortMiami on Sunday morning to choose up provides and extra help for its subsequent humanitarian mission as a part of Operation Continuing Promise. The operation goals to assist international locations nonetheless battling COVID-19 with medical providers and help. The ship crew contains navy members and civil service mariners. (WPLG Local 10)
3. Rail cargo quantity at PortMiami has barely decreased in 2022, however nonetheless stays the second largest recorded in historical past. Volume initially surged as a result of pandemic, however PortMiami stays the assured that quantity will nonetheless pickup in 2023. (Miami Today)
4. A developer has damaged floor on an house complicated in Fort Lauderdale after acquiring a $77.5 million building mortgage. The improvement shall be inbuilt Progresso, a traditionally Black neighborhood. The Fort Lauderdale Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) offered $12 million in funding for the project. (Subscription: South Florida Business Journal)
5. La Placita Taco Grill is a brand new Mexican restaurant in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, positioned at 6420 Bird Rd., serving quite a lot of low-cost eats. Chef Daniel Aguilera is from Mexico City and his accomplice is from Merida, Yucatan. (The Miami Hurricane)
Today in Miami:
- Miami-Dade County Elections Early Voting General Election. Various areas. (7 a.m.)
- Meta Monday at American Social. (4 p.m.)
- Miami Heat vs. Toronto Raptors at FTX Arena. (4:30 p.m.)
- Blue Martini Mondays at Blue Martini Brickell. (7 p.m.)
- Blacklight Yoga & Body Art at Inhale Miami. (7 p.m.)
From my pocket book:
- Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shared: “Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel and their families, led by Fire Chief Ray Jadallah, joined thousands of South Floridians at loanDepot Park on Saturday morning for the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk…” (Miami-Dade Fire Rescue via Facebook)
- The Hometown Heroes Parade is apporaching on Sunday, Oct. 30 at FTX Arena at 601 Biscayne Blvd. It will have a good time first responders for all their work through the pandemic. (Mayor Daniella Levine Cava via Twitter)
- Muriel Siebert Financial Corp. is moving its headquarters from New York City to Miami Beach. The transfer comes as quite a few monetary companies relocate from The Big Apple to what some are calling “Wall Street South.” The transfer will create about 8 new jobs in 4 years and relocate or hire 28 individuals. (Subscription: South Florida Business Journal, Miami Today)
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