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Lucie Tondreau Mayor and Philippe Bien-Aime, City Council in North Miami

Lucie Tondreau, Mayor of North Miami

The municipal election in North Miami is over and the Haitian community has elected two of its own to represent them in the management of the city.

Haitian American Lucie Tondreau, has been elected mayor of North Miami, holding for the first time an elected position. She faced in the second round the former Mayor of the City, Kevin Burns

Philippe Bien-Aime, a newcomer in politic, won over Jacques Despinosse, another Haitian American with 2/3s of the vote to become District 3 City Council.


The evolution of the Haitian community in Florida in Picture

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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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Jean Monestime, First Haitian American County Commissioner in Miami

Jean Monestime First Haitian-Amecican County Commissioner in Miami Dade

Our own Jean Monestime defeated Miami-Dade County Commissioner Dorrin D. Rolle on Tuesday, November 2 to become the first Haitian-American elected Commissioner.

Jean Monestime was is a former North Miami City Councilman.

What made this victory for Monestime so sweet, because Dorrin Rolle had a lot more money than he did. Dorrin Rolle spent $329,785 for his campaign, compared to $74,845 spent by Monestime.

Jean was able to rally the Haitian community, the African-American, and Hispanic-American voters in the district to gain that victory.

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