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Manuel Manny Maroño

President

Florida League of Cities Inc

HQ Phone:  (850) 222-9684

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Florida League of Cities Inc

301 S Bronough St

Tallahassee, Florida,32302

United States

Company Description

The Florida League of Cities, administrator of the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust, is the state association for cities, towns and villages of Florida. It was created to meet and serve the needs of municipal governments. The League established its first in...more

Background Information

Employment History

Mayor

Florida International University and Sweetwater


President

Miami Herald


Executive Operations Manager

Westbrook Motors Ltd


President

Southeast Towing


Chairman

Keep It Local


Affiliations

County Commission

Board Member


Metro-Dade

Member of the Community Emergency Response Team


Past Chair NV

Board Member


Gov

Member


Florida League of Mayors Inc

Founding Board Member


The Beacon Council

Executive Board Member


Strategies LLC

Founder


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New Interim Mayor for Miami Lakes, Acting Mayor for Sweetwater

california.com [cached]

Footage showed FBI agents placing Pizzi and Marono, who were both handcuffed, into cars for the ride to federal court in downtown Miami, where they made their first appearances Tuesday afternoon.
Marono was ordered held on $250,000 bond, while Pizzi was ordered held on $50,000 bond. "And anything that we will be saying on behalf of Mayor Marono will be said in court." Click here to read the full crimainl complaint against Marono, Forte and Candia. Marono is in his third term as Sweetwater's mayor, and Pizzi is in his second term in Miami Lakes. According to Ferrer, Marono received more than $40,000 in bribes since 2002 and Pizzi had received $6,750 in bribes. One undercover agent told Candia that "the play here is for the money, is for us to get the money and be able to use the money, you know, and just make money," according to the complaint against Marono, Forte and Candia. Marono, working with Forte, accepted cash payments for his support of the grant scheme, and lied to an FBI agent posing as a grant auditor, Ferrer said. Marono and Forte received $40,000 while Candia received at least $5,000 in kickbacks in connection with the Sweetwater scheme, authorities said. Marono also used his position as president of the Florida League of Cities to float the scheme to other public officials to see if they were interested, Ferrer said. Forte and Candia also worked toward that end, and Marono and Forte received an additional $20,000 for the introductions, authorities said. Marono became the youngest person elected to the Sweetwater commission at the age of 23 in 1995 and was elected mayor in 2003, according to CityofSweetwater.fl.gov.


Governor-Elect Rick Scott Announces Members of Team

fedconline.org [cached]

Mayor Manny Maroño
A prominent young leader in both Miami-Dade County and Florida politics, Manuel "Manny" Maroño is currently serving his second term as Mayor of the City of Sweetwater, where he was born and raised. Throughout his tenure as a strong mayor, he has successfully funded and implemented several social programs, capital improvements and environmentally-friendly initiatives that have drastically improved the quality of life in Sweetwater. Among Mayor Maroño's distinguished board memberships are being elected as Second Vice-President of the Florida League of Cities, President of the Miami-Dade League of Cities, executive board member of the Beacon Council and founding board member of the Florida League of Mayors.


Town of White Springs - Our Town

www.whitesprings.org [cached]

FLC President Manny Marono, Mayor Helen Miller of White Springs, SRLC President Shirley Clark (Councilwoman of Branford).
Florida League of Cities President Manny Marono, Mayor of Sweetwater, made the presentation to Mayor Miller. In his presentation, Marono stated: "The 2012 SRLC Municipal Official of the Year has accomplished a great deal in her 32 months of service.


Board of Directors

www.floridamayors.org [cached]

Born and raised in the City of Sweetwater, Manuel Maroño began his public service by becoming the youngest person ever elected to the City's commission at the age of 23.
From 1995 onward, Manny has served as the commission's president as well as vice mayor, distinguishing himself as a prudent and fair official. In 2002, Mayor Maroño stepped up and took the place of Jose "Pepe" Diaz, the former mayor who resigned in order to run for higher office. Elected by popular vote in 2003 and in 2007, Manuel Maroño continues to serve as Mayor of his proud city. Mayor Maroño has spearheaded hurricane protection for his residents of Sweetwater and all of Miami while serving on the Blue Ribbon Committee for Underground Utilities and the Miami-Dade County Underground Wiring Committee. His service to the people also includes a longstanding and respected position on the board of the Miami-Dade League of Cities, serving as treasurer and secretary before being elected president of the league in 2006. Mayor Maroño remains active in the beacon Council Board of Directors and the Florida League of Cities where he is the co-chair of the Federal Action Strike Team and a member of the Advocacy and Criminal Justice Committees. Manuel Maroño is also a founding board member of the Florida League of Mayors. Mayor Maroño is currently the Executive Operations Manger of Southland. Manny lives in Sweetwater with his wife Jennifer and their two sons Justin and Jason.


Client News - CoreMessage

coremessage.com [cached]

"Something needs to be done," said Manny Maroño, mayor of the city of Sweetwater and president of the Florida League of Cities, an organization leading the charge to reform retirement plans for public employees in [...]


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