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North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre Involved in Developer Scandal

North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre is being criticized for keeping undercover his role as advisor to Cayemite Enterprises (CE), who plans to build a luxury resort on Petite Cayemite Island near the coast of Haiti. Developer Michael Swerdlow of Oleta Partners (OP) is also an advisor to CE as well as an investor. Both he and Pierre have connections to Biscayne Landing (BL) project, a property of North Miami. CE stakeholders are also executives at Swerdlow's OP, and have connections to the BL project.

Mayor Andre Pierre wants to invest in CE. But the city charter bans officials from conducting business with city vendors like CE. Because Pierre is not known to make money in any capacity he has with CE, it's not certain if his investing in CE would be a violation of the charter terms.

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The Oath of Office for Marc Elias, First Haitian-American Chief of Police for North Miami.

First Haitian-American Chief Of Police In North Miami, Mark Elias Delivering His Speach

The ceremony took place on Monday, November 28, 2011 at North City Hall. Marc Elias became the First Haitian-American Chief of Police for North Miami also the first for a major city in the United States.

This proves that we can do a lot as individuals. If we unite our forces, we can do even greater things. There were several high dignitaries who were present at the ceremony for Oath of Office for Marc Elias. Jean Monestime first Haitian-American Miami-Dade County Commissioner, Daphne D. Campbell, State Representative, Former Mayor of North Miami, First Haitian-American Mayor of North Miami, Joe Celestin, Andre Pierre, Mayor of the city of North Miami, Florida, Jean R. Marcellus and Councilman of North Miami, District 3. Also present were Lucie Tondreau and Deputy Arnel Belizaire.

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North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre provides Free TPS application for Haitians

North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre has been very successful in providing free Temporary Protected Status (TPS) application assistance for many Haitian residents living in the North Miami area.

Under the leadership of Mayor Andre D. Pierre, the city of North Miami has provided Temporary Protected Status (TPS) application assistance drive for Haitian nationals who qualify for the program. With the support and participation of the Haitian Lawyers Association, city staff and volunteers, the city coordinated a one-stop shop for those seeking assistance with the TPS application process at the Griffing Adult Center after the success of the first TPS drive held by North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre.

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