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Front Page » 2006 » May (Page 11)

County Eyeing Funding Options For Port Tunnel

With bidders lined up to tunnel to the Port of Miami from Watson Island, Miami-Dade County is trying to determine how to fund its half of the $1 billion-plus bill…

Legislators Try Lastminute Push For Brickell Name Extension

The Brickell Area Association is calling on its members to block a possible move by state legislators who may consider extending the name of Brickell Avenue north of the Miami…

Miami Gives Bonus Floor Space To Overtown Project

A 30-story office tower planned for Overtown received praise and bonus floor space last week from Miami commissioners, who hope the project will attract businesses and provide jobs for the…

Business Leaders Concerned About Backlash From Immigration Crackdown

Some business leaders here are concerned that severe policies on illegal immigrants and those who employ them could dampen the vibrant South Florida economy and hamstring a construction industry already…

Cellphone Maker Considers Moving Headquarters Here

A cellular telephone manufacturer is considering establishing a Latin division headquarters in Miami-Dade County that would bring with it 90 jobs.…

Miami Oks Residential Project For East Little Havana

Intown Village, a $171 million residential project in East Little Havana, was unanimously granted a major use special permit last week by the Miami City Commission. …

Army Corps Seeks Developers Help In Permitting Process

The US Army Corps of Engineers is so short-staffed that it is asking developers to shoulder some of its work safeguarding the environment by writing public notices for their own…
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