Bryan Avila

Town tour for Fla. Senator-elect Bryan Avila

Miami Lakes Mayor Manny Cid and Councilmembers Josh Dieguez and Marilyn Ruano gave Fla. Senator-elect Bryan Avila a tour of the town to review legislative priorities, including transportation, infrastructure; stormwater drainage and blasting from limestone mining. The group was joined by the mayor’s assistant Joseph Sosa, who took the photo. Shown in Business Park West on June 27 from left are Town Manager Ed Pidermann; Deputy Town Manager Tony Lopez; Deputy Town Attorney Lorenzo Cobiella; Mayor Manny Cid; State Senator-elect Bryan Avila, Dist. 39 and Councilman Josh Dieguez.
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DeSantis Endorses Bryan Avila for State Senate

If there was any chance that Rep. Bryan Avila was going to face a Republican primary challenge in his State Senate District 39 race, Gov. Ron DeSantis just stuck a fork into any potential primary challenge by endorsing Rep. Avila for the seat. “I am deeply honored and grateful to...
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Bryan Avila may run for State Senate to Replace Manny Diaz

When Gov. Ron DeSantis tapped State Senator Manny Diaz, Jr. to replace Richard Corcoran as the state’s new Commissioner of Education, State Rep. Bryan Avila (R) became the clear choice to fill Sen. Diaz’s shoes. The Floridian has learned from a source that Avila, who is currently a...

Bryan Ávila wants to know why nursing homes, hospitals always seek more money

The lawmaker pondered whether Florida nursing homes have a viable business model. The state may be flush in money, but the Chairman of the House Health Care Spending Committee says accountability still matters. Rep. Bryan Ávila on Tuesday pressed Agency for Health Care Administration Secretary Simone Marstiller on spending recommendations...

Bryan Ávila gains steam with $82K toward Miami-Dade Commission bid

Avila now holds more than $1.25 million. His only opponent has $50,000. Republican Rep. Bryan Ávila’s war chest swelled and independent candidate Ibis Valdés’ coffers shrank last month as both ramped up campaign efforts to succeed Rebeca Sosa on the Miami-Dade County Commission. Ávila raised almost...

Bryan Ávila adds nearly $114K in October for Miami-Dade County Commission bid

Ávila is facing term limits in the House, but brings a massive war chest into his Miami-Dade Commission bid. Republican Rep. Bryan Ávila continues to pull in plenty of cash in his Miami-Dade County Commission bid, adding nearly $114,000 in October alone. Ávila’s opponent in the District 6 contest, Ibis...