KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. – Virginia Key and its surrounding parks are the crown jewels of Miami-Dade County and the “fallacious position” for the Extremely Tune Competition, Key Biscayne Mayor-elect Michael Davey stated on Friday evening.
In an “pressing” recorded message, Davey stated he does not need the “destruction” that the digital tune pageant allegedly led to at Bayfront Park once a year.
“We do not oppose tune gala’s. What we oppose is the destruction of our surroundings in Virginia Key, the most obvious chance to one of the crucial essential historical puts, the visitors nightmare,” Davey stated.
Davey, who was once elected on Tuesday, will preside over the village council’s seven individuals who supervise the village supervisor. Key Biscayne has demanding situations with flooding and seashore water high quality.
Town of Miami officers stated they had been in negotiations with Extremely Tune Competition organizers who sought after to have the yearly March 29-31 out of doors pageant on the Virginia Key Seaside Park and on the Miami Marine Stadium.
“That is about maintaining town of Miami to the similar requirements it set for itself when it evicted the pageant from Bayfront Park,” Davey stated, including that he’s going to be negotiating “amicably” and won’t surrender simply.
The Miami Town Fee meets at nine a.m. Nov. 15.
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