Miami receives $25,000 from Source One Meds

Cassie Tafoya/Arizona Silver Belt Source One Meds presented a check to the Town of Miami for $25,505. Pictured from left Source One Meds Vice President Ross Miljenovich, Councilman Don Reinman, Councilman Mike Sosh, Mayor Sammy Gonzales, Vice Mayor Dan Moat, Councilman Robert Licano, Councilman Angel Medina and Source One Meds President Bryan Lovett.

Source One Meds presented the Miami Town Council with a check in the amount of $25,505. Source One Meds agreed to donate three percent of their gross to the town every quarter.

Mayor Sammy Gonzales expressed his appreciation for the business and all they do to be a part of the town, donating when they can to local events.

The town approved the IGA agreement for the Summer Youth Program with Gila County. They will hire four youth to work for the town of Miami this summer.

The council approved Resolution No. 1251, declaring as a public record that certain document filed with the town Clerk entitled “The 2021 Use Tax Amendment to the tax code of the town of Miami.” This will allow the town to collect 2.5 percent sales tax on internet sales. The sales will be based on the zip code used for the purchase. Online transactions increased during the pandemic and many of the towns have added this tax amendment.

The town of Miami  recently relaunched its website. The newly designed website is more user-friendly and easier to navigate through. Residents can look up council meeting agendas and town codes, find applications for employment, sign up for express bill pay and much more - all with a click. Visit

Miami also updated the email addresses associated with all town employees. Parts of the original email list for the council meeting agenda were lost in the process. If you would like to receive them, you can send your request to the Miami town clerk at [email protected] or follow the town on Facebook at, where council meetings are livestreamed.



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