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Front Page » 2003 » February (Page 7)

Miamidades Plan To Require A Share Of Ambulance Fees May Violate Law

Miami-Dade County might violate Medicare and Medicaid laws if it proceeds with plans to have a private ambulance firm pay a fee in exchange for an exclusive contract.…

Calendar Of Events Music

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Calendar Of Events Conventions

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Sysco Food Sees 120 New Jobs After Move To Expanded Medley Headquarters

Promising to create 120 jobs in three years, Sysco Food Services of South Florida plans to start construction late this month of its larger plant in Medley. …

Calendar Of Events Org

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New Miami Administrator Seeks Resignations From 5 City Supervisors

A new top deputy in the City of Miami's restructured administration is asking for the resignation of five department heads, including those who oversee planning, public works, and parks and…

Calendar Of Events Sports

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Calendar Of Events Outdoors

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Convention Bureau Moves Toward Watson Island Deal Leaves Miami Beach Leaders Fuming

The relationship between the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau and its largest single funding source - the City of Miami Beach - continues to sour over the agency's near-certain…

Commissioner Barreiro Would Build Proposed Miami Beach Commuter Rail Into Upgrade Of Metromover

One county commissioner says he's got a plan to grow the proposed BayLink rapid transit line to Miami Beach from Miami's existing Metromover. …

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