This Caribbean Born Activist Wants To Be A Miami-Dade Commissioner

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Marlon Hill, r. (South Florida Caribbean news image)
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News Americas, WASHINGTON, DC, Fri. Feb. 22, 2019: A Caribbean-born attorney and activist in the South Florida community wants to be the next Miami-Dade County District 9 Commissioner in South Florida.

Marlon Hill, according to the South Florida Caribbean News, recently filed qualifying papers to be a candidate to for the seat, which will be open due to term limits in 2020.

District 9 covers a number of SW Miami Dade neighborhoods and the actual elections are slated for August 25, 2020.

Hill, born in Jamaica, is a past president of the Caribbean Bar Association and trustee of the Miami Foundation. He has also served as an avid advocate for issues impacting communities of color.

Hill is a graduate and Hall of Fame alumnus of Miami Southridge Senior High School and has lived in District 9 since 1985. He is a partner at the law firm of Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel and presently serves as a board member of the Miami Parking Authority, Orange Bowl Committee, and Miami Book Fair International.

The time has come for me to elevate what I have been doing for years on a different platform,” he was quoted as saying. “My primary role in this campaign process will be to listen and learn from the residents of South Miami Dade County, and to help magnify their voices and needs to the hallways of county government.”


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