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THE ONLY COMMUNITY BASED NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
PROVIDING MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS A COHESIVE VOICE
FOR CITY-WIDE ISSUES THAT IMPACT THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.
WEB DESIGN & MAINTENANCE
WHAT'S GOING ON...
THE MAKING OF A CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL
April 18, 2016
Miami Beach Woman's Club
THE FAENA ARTS AND CULTURE CONTRIBUTION
ALAN FAENA, Founder & President of the FAENA Group
May 25, 2016
Casa Claridge Hotel @ FAENA District
RISING TIDES and RAISING STREETS
June 1, 2016
Miami Beach Woman's Club
MIAMI BEACH LIGHT RAIL PROJECT
Oct, 20, 2016
Miami Beach Woman's Club
THANK YOU!  What a great turn out at our Annual Membership Meeting on Tuesday, January 17th, 2017.
Special appreciation goes to Sunset Harbor South for hosting us, guest speakers JEFF DONNELLY &
former mayor ALEX DAOUD, and especially YOU - our members!
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SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS

- Housing Forum - Monday May 22, 2017 - 6:00 pm, Miami Beach Woman’s Club
Bakehouse Noise/ Zoning Resolution

February 16, 2017
Miami Beach United supports the position taken by South of Fifth Neighborhood
Association (2.7.17 email), Sunset Harbour Neighborhood Association, West Avenue
Neighborhood Association, condominium associations South of Fifth Street and other
neighborhood groups that the City should vigorously enforce any quality of life
ordinances relating to entertainment and noise producing activities in residential areas.

Furthermore, MBU believes that the agreement with the representatives from
Bakehouse, allowing them to have a saxophone player during limited days and hours --
which is a violation of an existing South of Fifth ordinance -- sets a dangerous
precedent. This could lead to more violations by developers and operators of
commercial businesses, under the belief that by threatening a lawsuit, the City will
permit otherwise unlawful activities. In fact, we understand that the special exemption
afforded to Bakehouse has already been breached, which is further evidence that
accommodation only encourages more illegal activity.

If the Commission believes a currently prohibited activity, should be allowed, then it
should seek to amend the ordinance through the public process that currently exists.
RESIDENTS' RIGHT TO KNOW INITIATIVE
February 6, 2017
Miami Beach Woman's Club