On the Issues
Getting Things Done
Sabina is committed to standing with law enforcement and first responders, promoting public safety, and keeping our streets and neighborhoods safe. That’s why she worked with our first responders to secure increased police presence downtown and protected students and pedestrians by creating a new bike lane in Coconut Grove.
With the growing threat of climate change, Sabina has a plan to protect our environment, promote sustainability, combat flooding, and expand our parks and green spaces.
When devastating floods impacted our community, she called on the City Manager to deliver a flooding action plan & ensured that city-wide drain clearing happens every year. And that’s not all — Sabina launched the ECO Squad for clean-up and beautification projects!
Housing costs are skyrocketing, and residents need help making ends meet. Sabina is committed to fighting for lower costs, combatting the affordability crisis, and being a voice for residents on the City Commission. She’s worked to allow for co-living spaces and passed zoning changes to allow for affordable housing developments, and will keep fighting to make Miami affordable for all.
Sabina is committed to being our voice in City Hall. That’s why when it comes to issues like protecting our tree canopy and greenspaces, fixing our traffic issues, and growing our economy, Sabina will put residents — not big developers — first and focus on putting solutions forward that will put our city on a roadmap to success.
Miami deserves a leader who understands the importance of investing in our infrastructure — and that’s exactly who Sabina is. She’ll continue to work to promote resiliency, reduce traffic, and expand affordable transit.
Before being elected as our City Commissioner, Sabina spent her career as an investigative journalist working to expose and combat corruption. She’s committed to cleaning up City Hall and always being accountable to us.