Superior Mayor’s Minute: What is in store for 2023

By Mayor Mila Besich | Globe•Miami Times

Greetings of the New Year! The holidays have come and gone too quickly it seems, and hopefully by now, we are all settling into 2023!  

Our Town achieved many major milestones in 2022, including the purchase of the original high school; the groundbreaking of the wastewater treatment plant renovations, and by the end of this fiscal year, we will have administered almost 16 million dollars in grant funds. 

At Town Hall, we are excited to begin this New Year with a new Public Works Director, Manuel Castillo, who previously served as Superior’s Building Official. Manuel applied for and was promoted to this critically important question, and we warmly welcome him as a member of our senior management team. As many of you know, Manuel brings many years of municipal experience to the job.  

Also in 2023, renovations will continue at the original Superior High School; funding is in place to build the elevator that will allow full accessibility to the campus. The Superior Enterprise Center will likely be the first program to fully move into the facility once the electrical work is completed. Once the electrical is upgraded, the welding units can be installed, and we are eager to begin offering welding and other job training courses at the Superior Enterprise Center. 


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