Dade County

Dade County can refer to the following places:

  • Miami-Dade County, Florida, in the southeastern part of the state
  • Dade County, Georgia, the state's northwestern-most, bordering Alabama and Tennessee
  • Dade County, Missouri, in the southwestern part of the state

Other articles related to "dade county, dade, county":

Big Fix - BigFix Awards and Reviews
... Technology Fast 50 in 2007 and 2008 CIO 2008 ... award on behalf of Miami-Dade County Public Schools InfoWorld 2008 ... on behalf of Miami-Dade County Public Schools Computerworld Green IT Best Practices ...
Save Our Children - Dade County Ordinance 77-4 - Strategy
... Mike Thompson discovered in a poll taken in March 1977 that women in Dade County opposed repealing the measure two to one they saw their gay friends as relatively harmless ... Bryant took this strategy as a crusade, delivering speeches that intoned that Dade County's passing of the ordinance "guts the law on the side of the unrighteous ... taking opportunities to give his views to the press that were not condoned by the Dade County Coalition on the Humanistic Rights of Gays ...
St. Augustine National Cemetery - Notable Interments
... Dade, namesake of Dade County, Missouri, Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Dade County, Georgia, veteran of the Indian Wars ...
Miami-Dade Police Department - History
... The Dade County Sheriff's Office was created in 1836 to serve the newly created County of Dade, which originally consisted of the area comprised by the present-day counties of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach ... the early years, the entire area was policed by as few as three deputies on horseback, and Dade’s sheriffs were appointed by the governor ... In 1957, the metropolitan form of government was established, and the Dade County Sheriff's Office was subsequently renamed the Public Safety Department ...

Famous quotes containing the word county:

    I believe the citizens of Marion County and the United States want to have judges who have feelings and who are human beings.
    Paula Lopossa, U.S. judge. As quoted in the New York Times, p. B9 (May 21, 1993)