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TOWN OF MIAMI LAKES NEWS
243px-All-America City LogoThe Town of Miami Lakes and Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners recently co-designated Northwest 87th Avenue, between Northwest 138th Street and Northwest 170th Street, as Royal Lakes Boulevard. Several elected officials from the Town and County attended the Aug. 5 unveiling of the new sign at the intersection of 154th Avenue and 87th Avenue.
For Immediate Release
Aug. 14, 2014
Contact: Nicole Lesson
Tel: 305-364-6100
 

Town and County Unveil New Royal Lakes Boulevard Sign

 

Miami Lakes- The Town of Miami Lakes and Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners recently co-designated Northwest 87th Avenue, between Northwest 138th Street and Northwest 170th Street, as Royal Lakes Boulevard. Several elected officials from the Town and County attended the Aug. 5 unveiling of the new sign at the intersection of 154th Avenue and 87th Avenue.

The Boulevard’s name was chosen to recognize and unify the neighborhoods of “Royal Gardens,” “Royal Oaks Estates” and “West Lakes Estates” that are located along or near Northwest 87th Avenue.

“As a major traffic corridor, Royal Lakes Boulevard will continue in the unification of the northwest neighborhoods and bring the Town closer together,” said Councilman Nelson Rodriguez, who initiated the efforts of co-designating the roadway.

Northwest 87th Avenue from Northwest 138th Street to Northwest 154th Street is a County Road within the Town of Miami Lakes, while the stretch from Northwest 154th Street to Northwest 170th Avenue is a Town road.

PHOTO CAPTION:
(From left) Councilman Ceasar Mestre, Councilman Tim Daubert, Mayor Wayne Slaton, Councilman Nelson Rodriguez, Miami-Dade County Youth Commissioner Brian Rodriguez, State Senator Rene Garcia and Miami Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo attend the Aug. 5 unveiling of the new Royal Lakes Boulevard sign, designating a new name for Northwest 87th Avenue between Northwest 87th Avenue and Northwest 170th Avenue.

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