Stories written by Cindy Lerner

Don’t stay quiet on funding our libraries

It’s time for the usual rule of thumb when it comes to libraries – “Quiet, please!” – to be thrown out the window. It’s time to be loud and clear about the needs of our community libraries, which are in grave danger of being under funded into obsolescence. The Coalition to Save Our Libraries: Because […]

State of the Village 2013

As I complete my fifth year as Mayor, I look back proudly on what we have accomplished together, the Council, staff, residents and community. We have worked hard to assure the things that make up our quality of life here; safety and security, schools, beauty and greenery including our trees, lush landscapes, peaceful canals and […]

State of the Village 2013

As I complete my fifth year as Mayor, I look back proudly on what we have accomplished together, the Council, staff, residents and community. We have worked hard to assure the things that make up our quality of life here; safety and security, schools, beauty and greenery including our trees, lush landscapes, peaceful canals and […]

It’s time for Pinecrest pups to have their own park

dogpark

It seems that almost everywhere we go these days, we can find a dog park to visit with our dog. Everywhere, that is, except our own hometown of Pinecrest. We go to Key West and spend afternoons at the dog park enjoying the ocean air and making new people friends while our dog runs free, […]

Town Hall meeting on project set for Nov. 14

The Village of Pinecrest, Chamber South, the Economic Development Council and Cutler Bay Mayor Edward MacDougall will co-host the first ever South Dade Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 6-9 p.m. at Pinecrest Gardens. We will explore, inspect, discuss and debate the proposed US1 Express Toll Lane Project. There is currently a study […]