Xavier Suarez sworn in as Miami-Dade Commissioner

By Lee Stephens….

Commissioner Xavier L. Suarez takes the Oath of Office, accompanied by his wife Rita and U.S. District Judge Federico A. Moreno.

In front of a packed audience filled with elected officials, dignitaries, county directors, family and friends, Commissioner Xavier L. Suarez officially took his seat as the representative of Miami-Dade’s District 7.

The installation ceremony, hosted by chair Joe A. Martinez and the Miami-Dade County Commission, took place on Monday, June 6, at the Stephen P. Clark Center.

Harvey Ruvin, Miami-Dade’s Clerk of Courts, served as the emcee for the occasion, presenting the commissioner with a Certificate of Election after taking the oath of office. Commissioner Suarez was sworn in by U.S. District Judge Federico A. Moreno.

Suarez noted that he will place priority on improving public transit and parks, advocate for more affordable housing, and work to lower property taxes.

Addressing his colleagues on the dais, Commissioner Suarez stated that the commission “could not desist from starting, right now, to improve the lives of our fellow citizens with the $7.5 billion entrusted to us.”

Martinez congratulated Suarez and presented him with a special commission pin.

For more information, contact Martinez’s office at 305-375-5511.


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2 Comments on "Xavier Suarez sworn in as Miami-Dade Commissioner"

  1. Howard Camner | June 17, 2011 at 3:05 pm | Reply

    Shouldn't he be in prison? In Miami that's how it goes.

  2. Mr. Camner, I am James from Miami currently in Fort Lauderdale. I have been gone from Miami many years and back just now and I find that Xavier Suarez was elected as a Miami-Dade Commissioner District 7. I knew Mayor Xavier Suarez. Just a question. Would you like to tell me why you would make this post? Really. I am not disputing you. I am only asking why?

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