Drought Causes County To Issue Outdoor Water Restrictions

Social Distancing has been accompanied by a period of drought in South Florida. Just today, rain was forecast for Coral Gables, yet most of the City did not see a drop of rain. The drought has caused Miami-Dade to implement…

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Show Us Those Trash Pits, $500 Fines Start Today

The $500 fine article broke Gables Insider records with number of views and comments on a single article. Many residents are outraged over the fine and how the city is handling cardboard boxes. Others recognize that garbage tipping fees are…

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Keon Wants The City To Stop Using Nitrogen Fertilizers With Exceptions.

The fertilizer ban ordinance passed on first reading unanimously at the December 2019 meeting, however several commissioners expressed that without more scientific data and other municipality experience on enforcement they may not vote for it on second reading. The ban would prevent…

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Coral Gables Zoning Law: New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Laws

BY ANTHONY DE YURRE AND JENNIFER E. FINE In 2016 the City of Coral Gables introduced its new Green Fleet of 20 electric Nissan Leaf vehicles. The City of Coral Gables currently has a total of 43 electric vehicles in…

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