Keep Horse Country Agricultural For Miami

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A developer wants to change the master plan for Horse Country, and build a strip mall that is incompatible, and would allow for additional expansion of non-agricultural business use throughout Horse Country.

But we, the friends of agriculture, residents of Horse Country, and members of The Bird Kendall Homeowners Association, strongly oppose the change that is incompatible with agriculture.

Our goal is to preserve and protect the natural beauty of Horse Country. Using this petition, we wish to prevent a direct threat to our special values, unique character and natural operations. Proper action must be taken to prevent shopping malls, gas stations, grocery stores, increased traffic, and disruption of our natural agricultural lifestyle that includes horse farms, quarantine stations, fish farms, bird farms, avocado/mango groves, dog kennels, and plant nurseries.

If the Miami-Dade County Commission allows this change, Horse Country will never be the same again, denying future generations this part of Miami-Dade County’s greater heritage

As a community, we are appealing to the Miami-Dade County Commission to prevent the construction of shopping malls and other non-agricultural businesses in our cherished Horse Country.

The commission can help protect Horse Country by voting NO to shopping malls on November 18th, 2015.

For more information, call Ernie Thomas at (786) 368-4217.

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Anybody can help save Horse Country, even if you aren't a resident. Follow us on social media or sign the petition now to do your part for South Florida's agricultural culture.

 Please e-mail, call or fax our County Commissioners and Mayor asking them to Vote NO “Shopping Malls” in Horse Country on November 18th.

Chairman: Jean Monestime
P: 305-694-2779
Fax: 305- 694-2381

District 1: Barbara Jordan
P: 305-474-3011
Fax: 305-372-6028

District 3: Audrey Edmonson
P: 305-636-2331
Fax: 305-638-6906

District 4: Sally Heyman
P: 305-787-5999
Fax: 305-372-6179

District 5: Bruno Barreiro
P: 305-673-7743
Fax: 305-643-8528

District 6: Rebecca Sosa
P: 305-267-6377
Fax: 305- 267- 6366

District 7: Xavier Suarez
P: 305-694-3550
No Fax

District 8: Danielle Levine Cava
P: 305-378-6677
Fax: 305-372- 6073

District 9: Dennis C. Moss
P: 305-245-4420
Fax: 305-245-5008

District 10: Javier Souto
P: 305-222-2116
Fax: 305-222-2120

District 11: Juan Zapata
P: 305-375-5511
Fax: 305-408-2585

District 12: Jose Diaz
P: 305-599-1200
Fax: 305-470-1791

District 13: Esteban Bovo Jr.
P: 305-820-8424
Fax: 305-820-8430

Mayor Carlos Gimenez
P: 305-375-5071

For a more active approach in ensuring the future of Horse Country, check out the posting below:



 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015, @ 9:30AM


Stephen P. Clark Center
111 NW 1st Street, Suite 220
Miami, Florida 33128

It is imperative that we have a good turn out at this hearing. Undoubtedly, the developer will bring in employees, friends and family to the hearing. We must do the same and more!

Pledge to bring 5-10 people with you, and help us FILL the auditorium with supporters for Horse County’s agricultural preservation.

Wear a yellow shirt.

The time to act is now!

Get involved!

Go to the hearing and SAVE HORSE COUNTRY!

 - For more information on helping out Horse Country, 

Call Ernie Thomas at (786) 368-4217.

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