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Coastal protection from any oil exploration backed

Coastal protection from any oil exploration backed

Miami-Dade County commissioners gave preliminary approval to the concept of Southeast Florida Coastal Ocean task force’s final report and its recommendations to work with others to improve the coastal ecosystem, including coastal protection from any…

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Artifacts from a pre-Columbian village discovered on the north bank of the Miami River at the site of MDM’s Metropolitan Miami project are to go on public display in about a year. The estimated delivery…

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Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami officials are preparing to immediately restore one of the city’s most historic houses, with a tentative goal of reopening part of a riverfront park…

Downtown offers wish list for Miami general obligation bonds

Downtown offers wish list for Miami general obligation bonds

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority say they are generally in favor of the City of Miami’s plan to seek a $275 million general obligation…

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Land swaps, road realignment, right-of-way access and even air rights have come to play a role in bringing passenger rail service – and more –…

The Plaza Coral Gables is shorter but trimmer

The Plaza Coral Gables is shorter but trimmer

Shorter but trimmer, the former Mediterranean Village is now The Plaza Coral Gables, and Ramon Trias, city planning director, says it’s better for the changes.…

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Opinion

Targeted serious news battles a shift to eyeball candy fluff

Targeted serious news battles a shift to eyeball candy fluff

Next week’s iconic Best of Miami edition – focused on leaders in categories ranging from entrepreneurship to business acumen and government – begins Miami Today’s 35th year publishing in the nation’s fastest-evolving city.Through all the twists and turns, we’ve used our own yardsticks for news to cover a changing economy, community, skyline and cast of characters who arrive from around the globe. At the same time, we have adopted media that we never anticipated 35 years ago – the Best…

Profile

Christine Rupp: Guiding Dade Heritage Trust to preserve historic sites

Christine Rupp: Guiding Dade Heritage Trust to preserve historic sites

Since Christine Rupp came to Dade Heritage Trust in December 2015, she’s dedicated herself to educating our community about the importance of history, arts and culture, architecture and preservation. People should care about these issues because they can add so much to someone’s everyday experience in Miami, Ms. Rupp said. We all have to work, but when people are actively engaged in culture, in history, in the arts, she said, it allows them to step back and look at the bigger…

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Real Estate

The Plaza Coral Gables is shorter but trimmer

The Plaza Coral Gables is shorter but trimmer

Shorter but trimmer, the former Mediterranean Village is now The Plaza Coral Gables, and Ramon Trias, city planning director, says it’s better for the changes. The mixed-use project is to rise at 2801, 2901 and…

Government

Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami officials are preparing to immediately restore one of the city’s most historic houses, with a tentative goal of reopening part of a riverfront park downtown. The Miami River Commission learned May 19 that Fort…

Business & Finance

Florida banking and finance laws to take effect

Florida banking and finance laws to take effect

Out of a handful of bills related to banking and finance that were filed for the 2017 session of the Florida Legislature, only three passed, said Jeremy Ben-David, managing partner of the law firm of…

Communities

Downtown offers wish list for Miami general obligation bonds

Downtown offers wish list for Miami general obligation bonds

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority say they are generally in favor of the City of Miami’s plan to seek a $275 million general obligation bond issue. But several added that there also must be…

Arts & Culture

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Artifacts from a pre-Columbian village discovered on the north bank of the Miami River at the site of MDM’s Metropolitan Miami project are to go on public display in about a year. The estimated delivery…

Education

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

The Wolfsonian-FIU has issued an Invitation to Negotiate, or ITN, for the ground lease of two Miami Beach properties – The Annex, 1538 Lenox Ave., and a nearby surface parking lot at 1500 Lenox Ave.…

Healthcare

$160 million state budget cuts for South Florida hospitals

$160 million state budget cuts for South Florida hospitals

Local hospitals – especially safety-net institutions that serve uninsured people – emerged as the losers as this year’s session of the Florida Legislature that ended Monday. That body included $160 million in budget cuts for…

Transportation

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Land swaps, road realignment, right-of-way access and even air rights have come to play a role in bringing passenger rail service – and more – back to downtown Miami. Another major piece to the MiamiCentral…

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