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Front Page » 2006 (Page 6)

Calendar Of Events Fashion

   There are no special events for the week of Thursday (12/14).…

Calendar Of Events Business

Wednesday 1/3…

Founder Ella Fontanalscisneros Leads Arts Promoter Miami Art Central Into Partnership With Museum

The Miami Art Museum and Miami Art Central announced last week that they are forming a partnership in presenting exhibitions of original art works to the public. The move comes…

County Analysis Projects 12 Tax Base Increase In 2007

Despite a cooling real estate market, Miami-Dade's property tax base will grow 12% next year, according to a financial analysis released by county government this week.…

Miamidade May Scrap Plans For Workforce Housing Mandate

A proposed law that would've forced Miami-Dade developers to build middle-income housing while stripping power from community councils was defanged by the county commission's Infrastructure and Land Use Committee this…

Downtown Development Authority Seeks Easing Of Affordable Housing Mandate

The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is asking Miami officials to ease the city's mandate that the agency ensure affordable housing is built downtown.…

West End Of Lincoln Road Closing To Accommodate New Plaza

The west end of Lincoln Road is to be closed to traffic, extending the pedestrian mall to make way for a plaza that proponents contend will enhance what has become…

Transportation Agency Endorses Skyway Over 11mile Stretch Of Tamiami Trail

Despite objections by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Miami-Dade's Metropolitan Planning Organization last week lined up behind a plan to replace a key section of Tamiami Trail with an…

Miami Beach Hesitates On New World Symphony Center Funding

Concerned that the proposed Frank Gehry-designed New World Symphony $135 million performance center could become a financial quagmire, the Miami Beach City Commission will seek taxpayer input before deciding on…

County Commission Decision On Charter Review Due

With next month's referendum on a switch to a strong mayor form of government looming in the background, the Miami-Dade County Commission's government reform committee is poised to create a…

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