Why We Need Your Help to Keep Miami Waters Clean

In 2013, Miami-Dade County signed a $1.6 billion Consent Decree and settlement with the U.S. and state of Florida promising to improve wastewater treatment plants and aging infrastructure (after several violations occurred from 2007-2013) and keep Miami waters clean.

Now, almost four years later, the County is in hot water again over a serious sewage leak.  Continue reading

Lot Splitting in the Grove – Preserving our Neighborhood while Encouraging Sustainable Development

by Marcelo Fernandes

Recently, the City of Miami denied two lot splitting applications for properties located at 3901 Loquat Ave and 3600 Hibiscus Ave. I was involved in trying to purchase both of these properties before they were listed with a realtor. In both cases my offer to purchase was less than what the seller was willing to accept. Continue reading

Owner of Oxford Universal Joins Panel at Upcoming Sustainable Architecture Event

Be a part of the upcoming discussion on sustainable architecture and discover how this important topic is impacting the Miami area—and the rest of world.

The panel discussion and cocktail reception, “Grounded: Sustainable Architecture – Design in Harmony with Nature,” will be presented by ARC+ and Workbench—and Oxford Universal’s very own Marcelo Fernandes will join the event as a panelist.

“Personally, I am a huge proponent of trying to implement sustainability in every aspect of our lives,”… Continue reading

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