Recall Effort of Lago Falls Short, for Now.  

An attempt to remove Coral Gables Mayor Vince Lago from office via a recall initiative narrowly failed to reach the necessary number of validated signatures, which may effectively end a contentious campaign marked by legal scrutiny and community division. The…

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Recall Effort Against Mayor Lago Secures Sufficient Signatures to Advance

The campaign spearheaded by the organization End the Corruption, PC, led by long-time Coral Gables resident and familiar figure at City Hall, Maria Cruz, has successfully secured the necessary number of signatures to move forward with the recall effort against…

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Contentious Meeting Reshapes Dynamics at Coral Gables City Commission Chamber

In a striking display of political tension, Wednesday’s City Commission meeting showcased a notable departure from the norm, hinting at a significant shift in the city’s political landscape. The agenda was relatively concise, yet brimming with issues that could shape…

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Agenda Digest: City Commission (09/13/2023)

On Wednesday, September 13, 2023, the Coral Gables City Commission will hold its next City Commission meeting. Here is a rundown of the agenda for this upcoming meeting. Click here to see the full agenda. Non-credited quotes in this article…

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Residents Win: Melissa Castro Elected To The Coral Gables Commission

Coral Gables voters once again showed that money and negative attack ads are not the path to their votes and elected Melissa Castro to the City Commission by a vote of 59.16% to 40.84% over Ivette Arango O’Doski. Castro joins…

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It’s Election Day: Vote

It’s Election Day. The polls for the Coral Gables Municipal Election will be open from 7:00AM to 7:00PM. Residents of the City of Coral Gables will be voting to elect the final member of the City Commission. Not sure where…

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Early Voting This Weekend For Coral Gables Runoff

Vote-By-Mail Vote-by-mail ballots should have been received already. If you have not received your ballot, you can reach out to the Miami-Dade Elections Department at 305-499-VOTE. A ballot drop box will be available at the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth…

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Runoff Vote-By-Mail Ballot Request Deadline Is Tomorrow, Saturday, April 15

The deadline to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot for the Coral Gables Municipal Election Runoff, is tomorrow, Saturday, April 15th. Voters interested in voting by mail, who have not already requested their ballot, can do so by visiting the Miami-Dade Elections…

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Vote: It’s Election Day

It’s Election Day. The polls for the Coral Gables Municipal Election will be open from 7:00AM to 7:00PM. Residents of the City of Coral Gables will be voting to elect two new City Commissioners. Not sure where your precinct is?…

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Rain Predicted For Election Day, Vote Early This Saturday

The Coral Gables Municipal Election is just 5 days away, and the forecast is calling for rain all day. Early Voting But voting can also be done early, this Saturday, April 8th, at the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center…

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