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Front Page » 2006 » November (Page 3)

Global Tile Maker To Move Us Headquarters Here

The Roca Tile Group, which operates in more than 50 countries and is the fifth-largest ceramic tile manufacturer in the world, will relocate its US corporate headquarters from North Canton,…

Stadium Would Boost Real Estate Market Business Leaders Say

Building a $420 million stadium for the Florida Marlins in downtown Miami might be the cure for the area's softening real estate market, business leaders said this week.…

Time Magazine Piece Wont Have Impact Leaders Say

In the Nov. 27 issue of Time magazine, Tim Padgett informed a 28-million worldwide readership that "There's Trouble — Lots of it — in Paradise."…

Haste On Sewagetreatment Project Would Create Budget Waste Official Says

A waste-water treatment plant needed to head off a countywide building moratorium could be completed quicker but not cheaper if both phases of the $1.1 billion project are built concurrently,…

State Tourism Slump Misses Miami Visitors Bureau Says

Though visitors to Florida declined in the third quarter, the influx to the Miami area kept rising, up 2.8%.…

New Miami Commissioner Vows To Fight Overdevelopment

As the newest Miami city commissioner, District 2 representative Marc Sarnoff enters City Hall determined to follow through on campaign promises to protect residents from overdevelopment.…

New Regional President Jorge J Gonzalez To Lead Wachovia Effort To Strengthen South Florida Presence

When Carlos Migoya in late June was promoted to chief executive officer of Wachovia Bank's Atlantic region after 17 years heading the bank's business in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, his…

Calendar Of Events Sports

Friday 11/24…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

Thursday 11/23…

Give Thanks The Leaders We Prayed For Have Appeared

I've spent a fair amount of time over the years lamenting the paucity of leaders in our community. Where, I've asked, is the leadership that can guide this county into…

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