Michael Góngora cares passionately about making a difference. He is presently serving as Miami Beach Commissioner, Group 3. Shortly after first being elected, Commissioner Góngora pushed for the first citywide recycling program, founded the City's Sustainability Committee and helped create a long-term plan designed to encourage developers to erect greener buildings. To alleviate flooding, Góngora was instrumental in enacting the stormwater master plan which first included the first pump stations to keep Miami Beach dry.
In 2000, Commissioner Góngora began his public service as President of the Miami Beach Latin Chamber of Commerce, where he served three terms. Góngora also chaired various boards and committees including serving as President of the Environmental Coalition of Miami and the Beaches (ECOMB). A practicing community association attorney, he is Florida Bar Board Certified in Condominium and Planned Development law.
Commissioner Góngora is a Florida Bar Board Certified Attorney in Condominium & Planned Development Law.
Commissioner Góngora knows that public safety is our #1 concern as residents of Miami Beach.
Commissioner Góngora recognizes the challenges we are facing due to traffic and lack of mobility.