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Front Page » 2005 » February

Trafficclogging Fifth Street Bridge To Be Replaced

After decades of clogging cargo shipping on the Miami River and auto traffic above, the 80-year-old Fifth Street Bridge will be replaced by one offering wider passage for ships that…

Calendar Of Events Events

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Calendar Of Events Conventions

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You Said It Mr Mayornow Shout It Out Loud No Slots

Dear Mayor Alvarez:…

Calendar Of Events Dance

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Calendar Of Events Health

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Bond Payments Could Force Taxes Up In Growth Slows Analyst Says

The rate of growth in tax revenue will affect the distribution of Miami-Dade County's nearly $3 billion in bond money.…

Local Officials Shrug Off Film Magazines Rankings

A magazine has ranked Miami-Dade County among the top 10 independent filmmaking locations in the US, but several local filming officials say it still may have underestimated the county's prominence.…

Miami South Florida Workforce Still Hoping For Jobs Program

City of Miami and South Florida Workforce officials are still hoping to complete an agreement to launch Work Miami, a program that is to provide about 1,000 construction jobs to…

Museums Awaiting Bond Funds Miami Master Plan Before Working On Move

The three future tenants of Museum Park say the Miami city officials needs to complete a master plan for the land and Miami-Dade County officials must schedule release of bond…

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