You Are Invited To The Urban Environment League’s 2014 Orchid’s & Onion’s Party And Annual Meeting
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
Our FEATURED SPEAKER is NEWLY-ELECTED MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DANIELLA LEVINE CAVA
The Urban Environment League Invites you to join us from 6-9 PM September 30th, 2014
At the Coral Gables Museum for our annual Orchids and Onions Event
Featured Speaker: newly elected County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava
$20 per person; $35 includes yearly UEL Membership
Welcome to the UEL.ORGThe UEL is a advocacy organization that supports environmentally responsible development and smart growth. We work to protect the public waterfront, public spaces, and historic and natural areas in Miami-Dade county. Our blog is a forum for discussion, and may not reflect the opinion of all board members. If you support smart growth and environmental protection please join us!
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