Meet Eugene Flinn
Mayor Eugene Flinn is a lifelong resident of Miami-Dade County, graduating from Southwest Miami Senior High and earning BA and JD degrees from the University of Miami. Married to Alexandra Flinn, author of books for young adult readers, they have two daughters: Katherine is a student at University of Florida; and Meredith is a student at Miami Palmetto Senior High. Mayor Flinn is an attorney. His hobbies include fitness training, the arts, bicycling, rafting, and enjoying the outdoors in general. He also enjoys traveling and gardening. LEARN MORE>
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News and Events
As we mourn the victims of the senseless violence in Broward County on Wednesday, Floridians are asking ourselves what we can do to prevent this kind of tragedy from ever happening again.read more
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Palmetto Bay council members turned down plans for a project that would put 300 new apartments on U.S. 1, the region’s busiest road. On Monday night, they also voted 4-1 to revisit the proposal in June if the developer pares it down.read more
The Parkland shoot has led to conversations I never thought possible – talk of families pulling students out of area schools. School safety cannot wait. Our children’s safety is too important. Since the devastating shooting in Parkland, I have been working with fellow mayors and our County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava to do our local/municipal part in making schools safer.read more
Are coyotes on the prowl in a South Miami-Dade neighborhood?
Apparently enough so that the village of Palmetto Bay has booked Feb. 20 for a workshop with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Even if you love your car, kiss it goodbye for a day and say hello to the bus or the train.
That’s what the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works is asking you to do Friday as part of the first-ever “Public Transit Day.”read more