Vice Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa

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Commissioner Rebeca Sosa

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Vice Chairwoman Sosa advocates for tougher sentencing for Domestic Violence Offenders

On February 19, 2020, County Commissioners unanimously adopted legislation filed by Vice Chairwoman Sosa urging the United States Congress and Florida Legislature to strengthen penalties for offenders convicted of domestic violence crimes.

Vice Chairwoman Sosa works with League Against Cancer to offer free Mammograms

The program is open to uninsured women over the age of 40 who have not undergone cosmetic breast augmentation via the introduction of an implant. Individuals interested in receiving a free mammogram exam should contact the Office of Vice Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa at (305) 267-6377 before February 28, 2020. The League will be screening patients and scheduling their appointments.

Building Code Amnesty Program extended through July 2020

The Amnesty Program provides qualifying homeowners who have code violations on their primary residence with a reprieve from receiving further fines as they bring their property up to code. This program applies to properties located in the unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County.

Biscayne Bay Task Force extended through 2020

The mission of the task force is to advise the County Commission and the Mayor on issues related to Biscayne Bay and produce a report with written recommendations. The original legislation creating the task force specified that its term last 220 days ending by September of 2019. However, despite the diligent efforts of the members of the task force more time is needed to produce the final report. Therefore, Vice Chairwoman Sosa introduced two legislative items, a resolution extending the task force’s time to February of 2020 and an ordinance further extending the term to August of 2020.
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