Friday, May 7, 2021

Sweetwater Police Report 6-1-2015

Date: 6-1-2015 Agency Report Number: SW15060100009A Sweetwater Residential Fire A residential fire occured at 10240 S.W. Flagler Ter. in Sweetwater, FL. Miami Dade Fire Rescue reported the fire...

Orlando Lopez Is New Mayor of Sweetwater

Orlando Lopez wins mayoral election (936 votes) against Deborah Centeno (598 votes) and Douglas Mayorga (145 votes).

Coverage of 2015 Sweetwater Elections

View Election Day Photos and read what of the candidates are planning to do if they win. Follow us on Twitter for live updates

MYSTERY: 2015 Election Candidates Evade All Publicity

Sweetwater, FL - This election, like any other election in Sweetwater, you'll search online and find little to no biographical information about most of...

Candidate Analysis: Saul Diaz

Group 7 candidate for City Commissioner shares his response to our candidates questionnaire. We also provide brief analysis on this candidate.
Jose M. Diaz Campaign HQ in 107 Avenue on 5/3/2015

Ousted Sweetwater Mayoral Candidate’s Campaign Creating Voter Confusion

An atmosphere of confusion abounds in Sweetwater mayoral elections as all the signs of an active campaign are still visible to voters
Updated 5/6/15:Diaz admits - View Video
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109 Tower Residents Frustrated With Building Conditions

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A filthy pool, elevators that don't work, and problems keeping the building clean are just some of the complaints by tenants at the off-campus housing building that opened in August of last year. Update 5/2: 109 Tower Pool is clean!

Candidate Contributions & Expenses Summary

In our findings, Orlando Lopez has the fundraising lead among mayoral candidates and Prisca Barreto has a lead over all candidates for commissioner.

Archives: 2011-2012 Commissioner Meeting Agendas

Sweetwater Post recently visited the City of Sweetwater Clerk's office and acquired a collection of Sweetwater Commission Meeting Agendas and Minutes from 2011 and...

Jose Diaz Campaign Contributions and Expenditures

A brief overview of contributions to and expenses by a political organization linked to the Diaz Campaign, Government For Transparency, an “Electioneering Communications Organization” which briefly existed in 2013-2014