For starters, we’re working with the Million Orchid Project at Fairchild to launch a new tech initiative in the City of Miami. We’ve also adopted a series of traffic circles around town to do our part to help keep Miami beautiful. If you’re driving around between Brickell and Key Biscayne, make sure to check out our Brickell Magazine circle at 26th Road and SW 2nd Ave. If you see us sporting our safety vests picking up litter with our deluxe trigger-grip trash nabbers, make sure to say hi…and stay tuned for a few city-wide volunteer clean-up events we have in the works. Together, there’s no limit to what we can do. JORGE ARAUZ, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
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