As we enter the last quarter of the year, it marks the beginning of our city’s fiscal year. The city budget has been adopted without a millage increase and provides essential funding for city operations, public safety and city events. I extend my personal thanks to all of the residents who took the time to participate during our public hearings budget hearings, your engagement ensures your input is heard.
One of my favorite presentations as mayor, is the Annual State of the City Address (SOTC). This year’s SOTC will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2022, 6:30 PM at the Miramar Cultural Center Banquet Hall. The address features the accomplishments over the past year, identifies our current opportunities and how we will meet them and unveils the exciting future we are planning. Hear directly from businesses and why they’ve chosen to relocate to Miramar. Learn about how Miramar is using Smart City Technology to offer you better services. This interactive presentation uses the latest audio-visual technology to escort you along our journey as a city. I promise, you don’t want to miss this presentation.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, I will present the Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Business Awards on October 13, 2022. This event features businesses of all sizes who have displayed significant impact to our city. We celebrate our residents of Hispanic Heritage for the many talents and contributions that make Miramar such a wonderful city. I also take this opportunity to invite the chess community to the annual Mayor’s Chess Challenge. This year’s challenge will take place at Sunset Lakes Community Center on November 13th. The annual event allows students, adults and lovers of chess to compete in friendly matches as they tour cities across Broward. Miramar is up next in November and our meetup is the best of course! For information about any of these event and activities, please contact my office at 954 602 3151.
One more thing Miramarians, a reminder that November 8th is Election Day, please exercise your right to vote.
Yours in Service,
Wayne M. Messam
THE WOMAN KING SCREENING WITH MAYOR WAYNE MESSAM
9/11 Ceremony At Silver Lakes Elementary