Citizens of Homestead are reverberating with excitement about the revitalization of Downtown Homestead. Homestead City Hall and Homestead Police Headquarters were vital pillars in laying the foundation of rejuvenating the city. Councilman Jimmie Williams III, Council Seat #4, has contributed immensely to achieve important milestones for the City of Homestead.

Encouragement and a glimpse of hope is disseminated by a courageous senior, Gabriel Gonzalez, from TERRA Environmental Research Institute. Born in Miami, Latino descent Nicaraguan mother, Cuban father Gonzalez finds himself to be intricately involved in his community. Looking forward after graduation, he’s aiming to explore the study of architecture at Columbia University, as he aspires to become an engineer building theme parks.

The City of Homestead continues to remove massive amounts of debris after Hurricane Irma’s winds left thousands of trees down on both public and private property.  The amount of debris the City is removing each day is equal to what the City typically collects each month.  The City has more than 50 debris removal trucks with associated crews working in every area of Homestead.

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