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Lagging Formula One talks now target Miami Grand Prix race here in 2020

Lagging Formula One talks now target Miami Grand Prix race here in 2020

The roar of Formula One racing engines won’t be echoing off of skyscrapers in downtown Miami next year as planned. Prolonged negotiations have led the car racing organization to move the anticipated inaugural of the…

Legislative ‘usurping’ brings costly lower Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority bond rating

Legislative ‘usurping’ brings costly lower Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority bond rating

Citing “unprecedented intervention” by the Florida Legislature, one of the nation’s top credit-rating agencies has downgraded the outlook on all Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority (MDX) senior-rated bonds from “stable” to “negative.” By “usurping local autonomy”…

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In strong position, Miami International Airport refunds bonds from its makeover

In strong position, Miami International Airport refunds bonds from its makeover

Miami International Airport’s strong position in both domestic and international service and its recent financial stability have earned its $792.3 million in aviation revenue refunding…

Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

City of Miami leaders are turning to master planning work to help address the critical shortage of affordable housing in the growing city. The Miami…

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a contract for a $56 million multimodal transportation facility and truck travel center in the current Golden Glades…

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Fitch Ratings this month assigned an AA, or “very high credit quality,” rating to $200 million in outstanding general obligation bonds sold by Miami-Dade County…

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Opinion

Crew of mobility cooks hunting for compatible ingredients

Crew of mobility cooks hunting for compatible ingredients

We have plenty to complain about in slower Miami-Dade mobility, but those pains aren’t due to any lack of government concern or effort – at least, not a current lack.While results often are minimal, it is abundantly clear that governments large and small are at least trying to alleviate the worst pains of traveling public – which means all of us.If you doubt it, look at last week’s Transportation section in Miami Today.Indeed, so many elected and appointed officials are…

Profile

Raúl Valdés-Fauli: Mayor takes on challenges of safety, traffic, education

Raúl Valdés-Fauli: Mayor takes on challenges of safety, traffic, education

As mayor of Coral Gables, Raúl Valdés-Fauli is charged with guiding the city’s improvements and growth, including downtown development and adding adjoining regions into the city limits.But  Mr. Valdés-Fauli – who previously served as Coral Gables mayor from 1993 to 2001, vice mayor from 1987 to 1988 and city commissioner from 1985 to 1989 – says such large projects do not distract residents from focusing on the smaller responsibilities of local government. “The city works very well with people that tend…

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Real Estate

Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

City of Miami leaders are turning to master planning work to help address the critical shortage of affordable housing in the growing city. The Miami City Commission recently approved a resolution establishing collaboration between the…

Government

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

Miami-Dade County is considering developing park space under Florida Power and Light (FPL) transmission lines and easements as bicycle trails and walking paths. Commissioners in July accepted a report from Mayor Carlos Giménez detailing how…

Business & Finance

In strong position, Miami International Airport refunds bonds from its makeover

In strong position, Miami International Airport refunds bonds from its makeover

Miami International Airport’s strong position in both domestic and international service and its recent financial stability have earned its $792.3 million in aviation revenue refunding bonds an ‘A’ rating and stable outlook from Fitch Ratings.…

Communities

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

The proposed Chinatown in North Miami is moving closer to solidifying some design plans. The city could be requesting proposals for architecture firms in the next few weeks, according to City Manager Larry Spring Jr.,…

Arts & Culture

Four-block stretch in Wynwood to become a street mural

Four-block stretch in Wynwood to become a street mural

Designers Sebastian Cuevas and Cristina Nunez, both based in Latin America, won a design competition to transform a four-block stretch of Northwest Third Avenue in Wynwood into a street mural, directors of the Wynwood Business…

Education

Interim president takes Florida Memorial University reins as Barry starts its hunt

Interim president takes Florida Memorial University reins as Barry starts its hunt

Two Miami-Dade universities are facing leadership change. Florida Memorial University is welcoming a new interim president this month. Barry University has one year to say goodbye to its president before a new one is appointed.…

Healthcare

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Fitch Ratings this month assigned an AA, or “very high credit quality,” rating to $200 million in outstanding general obligation bonds sold by Miami-Dade County to partially finance improvements and upgrades to Jackson Health System…

Transportation

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a contract for a $56 million multimodal transportation facility and truck travel center in the current Golden Glades park-and-ride lot. The contract went to LEAD Engineering and Construction…

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