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Miami-Dade Players - Feb. 2006

David Villano | 2/1/2006
>> Miami Dade College's second-ranking administrator, Provost for Operations Kathie Sigler, has retired after 36 years with the school. Sigler is credited with helping grow Miami Dade College into one of the nation's largest community colleges...

>> Miami-Dade Commissioner Barbara Carey-Shuler, citing the need to spend more time with ill family members, abruptly resigned after more than two decades serving predominately black neighborhoods...

>> Agust?n Barrera has been elected chairman of the Miami-Dade School Board, replacing the controversial Frank J. Bolaños...

>> Louis J. Hector, who helped build Steel Hector & Davis into one of the Florida's largest law firms, died of heart failure at age 89.

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