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On Monday, August 25th, the City Council decided to move forward with a smaller pool, but added an additional $623,000 recreational / multi-use building. This pool would only support 3-4 lap lanes. That would effectively KILL Miami Springs competitive swimming for the next 50 years.

Please take a moment to review the information below and then click here to email the Miami Springs City Council with your thoughts? Your opinion on the fate of the Miami Springs swimming pool is incredibly important. But your opinion only counts BEFORE the pool is built. After the pool is completed, it's simply too late. Please email council today!


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Comment You prefer the Pool over the Police? Wow! Sad. Do me a favor, don-t call us.

pool too late. the pool is a done deal. i live nearby and will thoroughly enjoy it. funny how the folks against it don-t even swim. nextor? when is the last time you swam there? like i thought.

Comment No, I do not want to pay $5 million for this pool. It is not what the residents want. It is an over priced hot tub without the heat. I agree that the police contract AND THE POOL should be placed on the ballot for the residents to decide.

pool cops yes, our family would rather have a $5 million pool than pay cops a $5 million pension. this aint detroit. go join your dumbazz kramer friend theo who forgot to mention that in his salary storo and has no credibility because he left out the 22 COPS who make over 100,000 a year. COPY THAT JERKS? Police officers and firefighters in Jacksonville use a controversial retirement program to receive huge retirement payouts, and the cityís financial future may be in jeopardy because of it. The 16 July retirees will turn $4 million from their DROP accounts into $11 million over the course of their payout terms. And itís not a special group. The numbers become astronomical when you consider the total number of retirees since the program began. Hereís a look at 16 July Retirees are Turning $4 million from their DROP Accounts into $11 million.

Comment So let me get this straight, based on those of you posting on here, from what i gather... Pool, ok.... Cops, bad! Ok gotcha. Well enjoy your pool then. Make sure you call a pool employee or Luna for that matter (he makes enough money) when you have a police matter or emergency. Happy labor day.

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Springs Taxes Up Nearly 10%

On Monday, September 23rd, 2013, the Miami Springs City Council passed the fiscal budget for 2013 - 2014. It included an increase in the millage rate from 6.9950 to 7.6710. That equates to a 9.66% tax increase.

However, not everyone agreed to the budget in the 4 to 1 vote. Councilman and former mayor, Billy Bain, voted no. Michael Windrem, Zavier Garcia, George Lob, and Jaime Petralanda all voted for the budget during Monday's final budget meeting.

To put the 7.6710 millage rate in perspective, you can compare the Miami Springs millage rate to the proposed millage rates from our neighboring communities:

City Millage Rate Comparison
Doral 2.2215 72% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Sweetwater 2.9200 62% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Hialeah Gardens 5.3812 31% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Medley 5.4000 30% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
VG 5.4233 29% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Coral Gables 5.6290 27% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Hialeah 6.3018 19% lower tax rate than Miami Springs
Miami Springs 7.6710  

Comment on the 2013 - 2014 budget and the corresponding tax increase on the Miami Springs political forum.

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