At the end of his life he was appointed as governor of Cuba shortly after his arrival He died in Santander Spain on 17 September 1574, Riccardo Silva Stadium home of the FIU Panthers, On June 27 2005 the popular ex-city commissioner Arthur Teele walked into the main lobby of the Miami Herald headquarters dropped off a package for columnist Jim DeFede and told the security guard to tell his wife Stephanie he "loved her" before pulling out a gun and committing suicide His suicide happened the day the alternative weekly Miami New Times published salacious details of Teele's alleged affairs including allegations that Teele had sex with a transsexual prostitute and used cocaine At the time Teele was being investigated by federal authorities for fraud and money laundering for allegedly taking $59,000 in kickbacks to help a businessman get millions of dollars in contracts at Miami International Airport Teele was suspended from his job in 2004 by Florida governor Jeb Bush after being arrested for trying to run a police officer off the road Teele was also charged in December 2004 with ten counts of unlawful compensation on charges he took $135,000 from TLMC Inc promising that it would be awarded lucrative contracts to redevelop neighborhoods in Miami Teele was also found guilty in March 2005 for threatening an undercover detective. The Everglades Forever Act introduced by Governor Lawton Chiles in 1994 was an attempt to legislate the lowering of phosphorus in Everglades waterways the act put the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in charge of testing and enforcing low phosphorus levels: 10 parts per billion (ppb) (down from 500 ppb in the 1980s) the SFWMD built Stormwater Treatment Areas (STAs) near sugarcane fields where water leaving the EAA flows into ponds lined with lime rock and layers of peat and calcareous periphyton Testing has shown this method to be more effective than previously anticipated bringing levels from 80 ppb to 10 ppb. Red mangrove trees bordering a tidal estuary in the Everglades Avianca El Salvador Guatemala City Managua San Pedro Sula San Salvador On November 9 2007 Concourse a was closed as part of the North Terminal Development Project it had been closed in order to speed up completion of the North Terminal project as well as facilitate the addition of the Automated People Mover (APM) system that now spans the length of the North Terminal the infrastructure of Concourse a reopened on July 20 2010 as an extension of Concourse D. Wet season 34.5 inches (88 cm) 53.5 inches (136 cm) 23.4 inches (59 cm), Marlins Park home of the Miami Marlins of the MLB, Sloughs or free-flowing channels of water develop in between sawgrass prairies Sloughs are about 3 feet (0.91 m) deeper than sawgrass marshes and may stay flooded for at least 11 months out of the year and sometimes multiple years in a row Aquatic animals such as turtles alligators snakes and fish thrive in sloughs; they usually feed on aquatic invertebrates Submerged and floating plants grow here such as bladderwort (Utricularia) waterlily (Nymphaeaceae) and spatterdock (Nuphar lutea) Major sloughs in the Everglades system include the Shark River Slough flowing out to Florida Bay Lostmans River Slough bordering the Big Cypress and Taylor Slough in the eastern Everglades. 11 Education The inhabitants at the time of first European contact were the Tequesta people who controlled much of southeastern Florida including what is now Miami-Dade County Broward County and the southern part of Palm Beach County the Tequesta Indians fished hunted and gathered the fruit and roots of plants for food but did not practice agriculture They buried the small bones of the deceased with the rest of the body and put the larger bones in a box for the village people to see the Tequesta are credited with making the Miami Circle. .
! . Other Races: 3.2% (0.6% Arab) Name change Lake Harbor - General or operations managers ($95,000)*. In terms of land area Miami is one of the smallest major cities in the United States According to the U.S Census Bureau the city encompasses a total area of 56.06 sq mi (145.2 km2) of which 35.99 sq mi (93.2 km2) is land and 20.08 sq mi (52.0 km2) is water That means Miami comprises over 470,000 people in about 36 square miles (93 km2) making it one of the most densely populated cities in the United States along with New York City San Francisco Boston Chicago and Philadelphia.