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Most companies are either international companies or compete with other international companies Miami Florida Business directory Traveling to Work: 79% of Miami area workers drove to work alone in 2005 10% carpooled 4% took public transportation and 4% used other means the remaining 3% worked at home Among those who commuted to work it took them on average 28.5 minutes to get to work. Environmental issues 1.3 Cuban and Latino influences Miami Florida Business directory Miami Florida Business directory 5 References 11.2 Airports. . Student organizations (178) 4.02 Toll Florida 878.svg State Road 878 (Snapper Creek Expressway) 11 External links Everglades Agricultural Area. 1.1 16th to 18th centuries: Early Spanish settlement Eventually the water from Lake Okeechobee and the Big Cypress makes its way to the ocean Mangrove trees are well adapted to the transitional zone of brackish water where fresh and salt water meet the estuarine ecosystem of the Ten Thousand Islands which is comprised almost completely of mangrove forests covers almost 200,000 acres (810 km2) in the wet season fresh water pours out into Florida Bay and sawgrass begins to grow closer to the coastline in the dry season and particularly in extended periods of drought the salt water creeps inland into the coastal prairie an ecosystem that buffers the freshwater marshes by absorbing sea water Mangrove trees begin to grow in fresh water ecosystems when the salt water goes far enough inland, Kendall West Traditions Some of the driest land in the Everglades is pineland (also called pine rockland) ecosystem located in the highest part of the Everglades with little to no hydroperiod Some floors however may have flooded solution holes or puddles for a few months at a time the most significant feature of the pineland is the single species of South Florida slash pine (Pinus elliottii) Pineland communities require fire to maintain them and the trees have several adaptations that simultaneously promote and resist fire the sandy floor of the pine forest is covered with dry pine needles that are highly flammable South Florida slash pines are insulated by their bark to protect them from heat Fire eliminates competing vegetation on the forest floor and opens pine cones to germinate seeds a period without significant fire can turn pineland into a hardwood hammock as larger trees overtake the slash pines the understory shrubs in pine rocklands are the fire-resistant saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) cabbage palm (Sabal palmetto) and West Indian lilac (Tetrazygia bicolor) the most diverse group of plants in the pine community are the herbs of which there are two dozen species These plants contain tubers and other mechanisms that allow them to sprout quickly after being charred. 9 Environmental issues 2000s to 2010s, On July 28 1896 the incorporation meeting to make Miami a city took place the right to vote was restricted to all men who resided in Miami or Dade County Joseph A McDonald Flagler's chief of construction on the Royal Palm Hotel was elected chairman of the meeting After ensuring that enough voters were present the motion was made to incorporate and organize a city government under the corporate name of "The City of Miami" with the boundaries as proposed John B Reilly who headed Flagler's Fort Dallas land company was the first elected mayor. .
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