Commissioner Joseph

Miami-Dade Septic to Sewer Conversions and Existing Priorities

By Jerry Joseph, Commissioner (September 10, 2022) – I recently had the opportunity to hear from and meet the Mayor of the Village of El Portal. El Portal is in a low-lying area in Miami-Dade County that borders the Little River, a tributary that empties into Biscayne Bay. The Village has been suffering from septic overf lows and spillage during …

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An Elevator Service Alert For All Hi-Rise Condo Owners

Condominiums in Sunny Isles Beach

By Jerry Joseph, Commissioner (August 3, 2022) – Recently I was contacted by a pregnant hi-rise condominium owner who was asking for assistance regarding repeated and daily service issues with the freight and passenger elevators in her building, causing pregnant, elderly and infirm residents to continually get stuck in faulty elevators or to walk up numerous flights of stairs. I …

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Winston Towers 400 Condo Board Elections as an Example for our City

Winston Towers Buildings and Intracoastal Waterway

By Jerry Joseph, Commissioner (Friday, May 6, 2022) – In January 2022, while I was a candidate for Commissioner, I was contacted by several condo owners at Winston Towers 400 regarding certain practices being conducted by the Condo Board that did not adhere to their by-laws affecting their upcoming board elections. At the same time, the same condo owners contacted …

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Addressing Our Residentially Displaced Population

Detective Sasee Morales driving an ATV

By Jerry Joseph, Commissioner (Friday, April 8, 2022) – This past month, it was my pleasure to do a ride a long with Detective Sasee Morales to understand the issues that face the residentially displaced within Sunny Isles Beach. I understand the concerns raised by our residents so I wanted to see what we could do. Sunny Isles Beach is …

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