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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and District 9 Commissioner Kionne McGhee to lead ribbon cutting for $1.1 million milestone development at Quail Roost Park

Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces announces the completion of an $1.1 million expansion project at Quail Roost Park, 11336 SW 186 St., Miami. Park improvements include a new 20,300 square foot playground for the 2.47 acre neighborhood park, making it the largest playground in the Miami-Dade County Parks system.

Kionne McGhee: Commissioner seeks recognition of impact of South Dade

For Kionne McGhee, taking office last year as the county commissioner representing his home district in South Miami-Dade was a full-circle moment. Nearly three decades ago, at age 15, he’d interned for Dennis Moss, the county commissioner whom he ultimately succeeded. And as the torch changed hands, he said, his old mentor repeated the advice he bestowed when they first met.
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Kionne McGhee pulls the brakes on Miami-Dade BRT for South corridor

He wants to revisit light and heavy rail as an option. True to his word, Miami-Dade Commissioner Kionne McGhee will ask his colleagues to pull the brakes on the $368 million rapid bus transit project along U.S. 1 to Homestead and park it another 60 days to examine other options — such as light and heavy rail.

Kionne McGhee to chair Miami-Dade Commission health panel; Rebeca Sosa to lead environmental resilience group

McGhee’s panel will help influence the county’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Freshman Miami-Dade County Commissioner Kionne McGhee will chair the commission’s panel on Health, Emergency Management and Intergovernmental Affairs (HEMIC), with fellow freshman Commission Rene Garcia serving as vice-chair. Newly-selected Commission Chair Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz chose McGhee to lead...

Kionne McGhee turns district office into COVID-19 vaccine registration center

The current COVID-19 vaccination distribution process in Miami-Dade is apparently not for everyone — at least not for those without Internet access. Registration for the new life-saving vaccine is only online. So, Miami-Dade Commissioner Kionne McGhee has opened his office for constituents without WiFi or internet access to register there.