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Chairman Hardemon trying out the New IPlay area in Liberty City

Wagner Creek and the Seybold Canal were named the dirtiest waterways in the state of Florida. This groundbreaking initiated a project to clean these waterways and make them safe for residents.

Chairman Hardemon and his little helpers countdown the launch to the Liberty City Tree lighting

Charles Hadley Park welcomed a newly renovated baseball field with Major League Baseball and the Miami Marlins. Chairman Hardemon shares the game opening pitch with Liberty City Optimist baseball player.

Chairman Hardemon, County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson and area residents gather for the Ribbon Cutting of the NE 2nd Avenue Roadway Improvements

The 13th Annual Fourth of July Family Fest brought thousands together to witness the biggest fireworks show in Miami. Youth danced all afternoon to countdown for the fireworks.

Improving the quality of life for residents in District Five

Artist such as Cee-Lo Green graced the Overtown Music and Arts Festival stage. The Annual event, sponsored by the SEOPW Community Redevelopment Agency and Headliner Marketing Group, attracted thousands of visitors to experience Overtown.

the Chairman debuted his new radio show

Chairman Hardemon and Miami-Dade County Commission Vice-Chairwoman Audrey Edmonson hosted the Annual Historic Liberty Square Family Reunion. The family reunion celebrated one of the oldest public housing communities in the entire country.

Chairman Hardemon annual State of the District Address

Youth gathered around the stage at Little Haiti Soccer Park to show off their dance moves at the Little Haiti Back to School event.

The opening of the Top Value supermarket

It was all smiles at The Historic Liberty Square Family Reunion.

Hardemon speaks at Liberty City’s 15th Avenue roadway improvement

Chairman Hardemon tests out the new playground equipment at North Bay Vista Park with Chief of Staff, James McQueen. Our parks are a pivotal resource for children and adults alike.

Chairman Hardemon and the Buena Vista residents come together to celebrate the new improvements to our Pullman Mini Park

Chairman Hardemon celebrated the third installment of the MLK Wheels to Work program with the Martin Luther King Economic Development Center (MLKEDC).

Six individuals were surprised with their very own cars as a part of the anti-poverty program. Within the program, the new car recipients will attend workshops on financial literacy, life skills, and vehicle maintenance.

Zika has been an ongoing issue in the District Five community

Chairman Hardemon met with vendors at Caribbean Market Days in Little Haiti.

Commissioner Keon Hardemon

Keon Hardemon

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Commissioner Keon Hardemon
Commissioner Hardemon

Commissioner Keon Hardemon was born in Miami, Florida where his family stressed to him the core values that remain true to him today: the importance of education, integrity, and service to the community. His first home was in the James E. Scott Public Housing Development in the Liberty City area of Miami-Dade County. He was raised in Liberty City neighborhood and is the epitome of the idiom that "It takes a village to raise a child". As a product of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools System, he graduated Charles R. Drew Elementary School, Charles R. Drew Middle School, and Miami Northwestern Senior High School.

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