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Front Page » 2005 » November (Page 6)

Miami To Consider Revamped Impact Fees

Miami commissioners are to vote today (11/17) on new impact fees in the midst of booming residential development that would more than triple annual receipts and for the first time…

Florida Hotels Group Pitches Agenda To Legislators

The Florida Hotel & Lodging Legislative Coalition Inc., the state's newest hotel organization, met with legislators for the first time in Tallahassee last week with a three-pronged agenda.…

State Economic Development Group Names New Ceo

Enterprise Florida, the state's economic development organization, is to usher in a new president and CEO by early December.…

County Pulls In Record Bedtax Collections In September

Miami-Dade convention and development tax collections hit a record $2.1 million in September, up 25% from $1.7 million a year ago, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.…

Philadelphia Investor Snaps Up Another Miamidade Warehouse

Philadelphia investment company Seagis Property Group has purchased its seventh Miami-Dade County industrial property in the past seven months. The company paid $3.1 million this week for a 57,000-square-foot building…

Susan Kaufman Purcell Brings An Extensive Background To Leadership Role At Um Center For Hemispheric Policy

Following the demise of the North-South Center, the University of Miami under President Donna Shalala decided to establish the Center for Hemispheric Policy to examine the relationship of the US…

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