As was the case during his time in Tallahassee, Fernández is focusing on improving South Miami’s public spaces and wastewater infrastructure, among other issues.
“South Miami has always been the City of Pleasant Living, but its geography and rich assets also provide us with the opportunity to make it the county’s premier community to work and play in as well,” he said in a statement.
“Together, we can dramatically improve our parks and green spaces and address the emerging impacts of climate change by converting our homes from septic to sewer. We must also continue to provide the highest quality public safety and city services to our residents while reducing the tax burden on our residents who are increasingly challenged by rising housing costs and escalating insurance premiums. I hope I will be able to tackle these challenges on behalf of my friends and neighbors.”