Today is Wednesday, August 19 and these are the main news of the day:
1.- The contest for mayor of Miami-Dade will be defined in November in a second round between commissioners Esteban Bovo and Daniella Levine Cava. Bovo got 122,039 votes (29.29%) and Levine Cava 119,946 (28.79%). Former mayor Alex Penelas was out of the race, with 25 percent, followed by Xavier Suárez with 11 percent.
2.- Today is the first day of classes for teachers and students in Broward County, which starts the course online, so in recent weeks there have been virtual trainings for parents, students and teachers. Schools will be closed to students until further notice.
3.- Miami-Dade Public Schools will begin classes on August 31st. For this reason, the school superintendent Alberto Carvalho will hold a virtual meeting on Tuesday, August 25 to answer questions from parents. If you have questions or concerns, please send them before August 21 to the email QUESTIONS@DADESCHOOLS.NET.
4.- The crisis of the pandemic has also affected the scheduling of appointments for citizens. Immigration lawyers recommend contacting the Immigration office directly and requesting that your appointment be rescheduled or contacting the receiving office and requesting a new date, to avoid problems with your case due to not arriving at your appointment.
5.- Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt will work together again after 19 years by participating in the reading of the script for ‘Fast times at Ridgemont High’, a 1982 teenage comedy. The activity will be virtual through a Facebook Live and on TikTok, on August 21 at 8 p.m. Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey and Sean Penn will also participate.
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