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Senator Wilson holds more town hall meetings on federal stimulus dollars

Miami – Due to the overwhelming outcry from the community State Senator Frederica Wilson. (D-Miami Gardens) will hold three additional Town Hall Meetings on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to show how Florida businesses, employers and citizens can access Federal Stimulus dollars.  Representatives confirmed to make presentations include the offices of Senators Bill Nelson and Mel Martinez, Governor Crist, Mayor Alvarez, and the Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations. 

 

 “People are struggling,” said Senator Wilson, “and they have a right to know what monies we are receiving and how it will be used in our communities.”

 

With approximately 83,000 workers expected to run out of benefits between March and July and 900,000 unemployed in the state, speakers will explain how Florida can extend benefits for unemployed workers in the private sector for an additional 20 weeks. They will also discuss  small business grants, Medicaid, replacing stimulus dollars and the weatherization program.

WHO:             Senator Wilson, Federal, State and County government representatives

 WHERE/WHEN:         Wednesday, May 27th  5:30 -7:30 PM

                                         NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

                                         800 NE 137TH STREET

                                         NORTH MIAMI, FL 33161

                                         Thursday, May 28th   5: 30 -7:30 PM

                                         MIAMI NORLAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

                                         1050 NW 195TH STREET

                                         MIAMI, FL 33169

                                         Thursday, June 4th 5:30 – 7:30 PM

                                         MIAMI EDISON MS

                                         6101 NW 2ND AVENUE

                                   MIAMI, FLORIDA  33127

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