Fewer police officers, higher public transportation fares and cuts to organizations that provide social services. That's what would happen under Miami-Dade's proposed budget for next year.
Mayor Carlos Gimenez unveiled the plans for the 2015 county budget on Tuesday.
The proposal attempts to close a $64 million budget gap without raising property taxes. To do so, hundreds of jobs will be eliminated across the county government.
The police will receive the biggest cut, with a projected loss of at least 300 jobs.
Public libraries have also been in the cross-hairs for several months. Under the budget, libraries would remain open but with far fewer full-time librarians.
County parks will also see a reduction in dozens of jobs.
Next week, Miami-Dade County commissioners will set the maximum property tax rate. Then, they will consider the $6.2 billion proposal. It goes to a final vote in September.
The next budget year begins in October.