The meeting was hastily arranged at the request of the Cuban government.In December 2016, a number of US Embassy staff and one Canadian diplomat in Havana began to complain of symptoms such as hearing loss, severe headaches, loss of balance, and other forms of cognitive impairment.
Cruise ships are back, the annual keystone event, Fantasy Fest, was a hit, and swarms of visitors are gradually returning to critical mass for Mallory Square sunsets.But three months after Irma, the biggest loss of the powerful Category 4 storm is becoming clear.The issue was thought to have died down in the spring when no new incidents were reported. In total, there have been 21 American diplomats who have reported the symptoms, which has been blamed by a mysterious sonic device to which they were exposed.In an address to the United Nations General Assembly, Rodriguez said the top level of the government in Havana had ordered an investigation into the mysterious matter, which threatens the fragile detente between the old Cold War foes.The Trump administration does not believe Cuba is responsible for a series of mysterious 'sonic' attacks against US embassy staff and their relatives in Havana, it was learned on Tuesday.
The US Embassy in Havana is seen in the above stock image Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the State Department in Washington.
Several Canadians were also affected, a Canadian official said, further deepening the mystery.
Some of those had returned home for testing and treatment, the US official said, while others had been tested in Cuba, where the embassy has a full-time medical officer.
Sadowski Affordable Housing Trust Funds, which uses doc stamp surcharges on real estate transactions to leverage federal and private funds to help develop more affordable housing in Florida. Bob Cortes, was mentioned in passing Monday at the House Select Committee on Hurricane Response and Preparedness meeting.
Cortes’ proposal was joined by 140 other recommendations heard at the meeting as part of the select group’s recommendation phase. December 1, 2017 — In the last 25 years, nearly billion in affordable housing trust funds have been diverted for other uses by Florida legislators, according to a Florida Housing Coalition report.
Affordable housing, in short supply in the Keys for decades, has pretty much gone with the wind. December 10, 2017 — As the House and Senate negotiate tax reform, the conversation focuses on two influential groups: the middle class and corporations. has just witnessed the first rise in homelessness in seven years.