Launching Re-election with Incredible Support

Launching Re-election with Incredible Support!

Campaign Launch

For the past three years, I’ve served as a strong residents’ voice on the City Commission leveraging my work as a community leader and business executive to make real change for Miami Beach residents. I want to continue my service to this community and build on all of the progress we’ve made together. That’s why I’ve officially filed to run for re-election to the Miami Beach Commission!

I am thrilled that our efforts together have resulted in broad-based community support reflected in my Re-election Campaign Launch Host Committee. Join us on Wednesday, March 3rd at 6 pm to learn more about my priorities for Miami Beach.

In the coming weeks and months, my focus will be to seek your input on the issues facing our city. From COVID-19 to crime, I want to hear your thoughts so that I can keep working to make Miami Beach a better place to live.

Yours in service,

Mark Samuelian

SAVE THE DATE!
Wednesday, March 3rd at 6 pm

Join our virtual kick-off event on zoom!
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Commission meets in Miami Beach as crime continues picking up ahead of spring break

“The vast majority of these incidents are visitor on visitor,” said Miami Beach City Commissioner Mark Samuelian. “The problem that we have is that we’re not policing the same people.”

February 8, 2021 | Local10.com | Commission meets in Miami Beach as crime continues picking up ahead of spring break

Join our Virtual Town Hall on Public Safety – Monday 5 pm

Virtual Town Hall on Public Safety

Monday, February 8th from 5 pm – 6 pm

Residents deserve to be heard on the critical topic of public safety. Recent events have shown us that while we have vastly increased safety efforts in our City, we can, should, and will do better. Enough is enough!

Join MBPD Chief Rick Clements and me this Monday, February 8, from 5 pm – 6 pm for a Virtual Town Hall on enhancing public safety in South Beach.

I am again focused on safety measures this month at the Miami Beach City Commission Meeting (agenda here) on Wednesday, February 10th at 8:30 am. Here are some of the items I have sponsored/co-sponsored that I would like to highlight:

Ordinance: outlining criteria to secure a sidewalk cafe permit. (R5 J – Sponsors Commissioner Samuelian and Vice-Major Meiner)

Discussion: collaboration with Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife, and MBPD on Noise/ Water Safety. (R9 E – Sponsor Commissioner Samuelian)

Referral: Neighborhoods – SOBESafe Resolution on Public Safety Technology. (C4 J – Sponsor Commissioner Samuelian, Co-Sponsor Commissioner Gongora)

Referral: Neighborhoods – Noise from Unorthodox Vehicles. (C4 K – Sponsor Commissioner Samuelian)

Resolution: urging the Florida State Legislature to adopt standalone stay away orders. (C7 U – Sponsors Commissioner Samuelian and Commissioner Góngora)

Also next week, the City will host a Virtual Town Hall on February 11th at 4 pm on the City Manager search. I forcefully advocated for community input and want to hear your valuable feedback.

Yours in service,

Mark Samuelian