Miami-Dade Promises Better Hurricane Prep... Next Time

The next time a hurricane hits Miami-Dade County, officials say they'll be better prepared. 

Two weeks after Hurricane Irma made its presence felt, the county commission held a special meeting Thursday. 

Mayor Carlos Gimenez  said he believes the county did a "fantastic job," but he also says new lessons were learned. 

According to a report by the Miami Herald, Gimenez promised that, next time, there will be more ice, more staff to open shelters, more refuges for pets and more focus on public housing preparations.

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