Dan Gelber wins mayoral race; Voters say yes to 2 a.m. alcohol sales cut-off time – CBS Miami

MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) – Voters in Miami Beach have once again re-elected Dan Gelber as mayor.

Gelber, who won his third term, pushed for a drastic change in South Beach’s entertainment district, shutting down bars and clubs at 2 a.m.

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“Our city has basically created a party district that gets drunk all night long and has really drawn a very messy crowd for a decade or more,” Gelber said.

During his tenure as mayor, Gelber worked on beautifying the city, adding more than five new parks and improving existing ones.

“I think art and culture is something that I’ve promoted in a way we’ve never had before,” Gelber said.

He is working on several development projects as well as raising streets and modifying our pumping system.

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“I want this place to be as beautiful and special as possible and I will work every day to keep it. The best version of our city is what a mayor is supposed to achieve, ”he said.

Two commissioners were also elected. They are:

1.Kristen Rosen Gonzalez

2.Alex Fernandez

The controversial issue of the ballot on changing the end time for sales and alcohol consumption has passed.

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The non-binding straw poll was designed to get voters’ opinions on moving the last call time from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m., which will allow the mayor and commissioners to determine changes in policy based on results.

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