Profile: Danny Alfonso
From Cuba to Miami to Germany to Saudi Arabia, Danny Alfonso, newly permanent city manager of Miami, has been around the world and back.
After 17½ years working for Miami-Dade County and a stint in the Army, he came to the City of Miami and has been sorting through the budget and the city’s finances ever since. Now, as city manager, he’s taking a more macro approach to the city he first came to as an 11-year-old from Cuba.
Miami Today reporter Nina Lincoff interviewed Mr. Alfonso in his Miami office.
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