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Front Page » 2007 » February (Page 10)

Calendar Of Events Business

Thursday 2/1…

County Official Lets Mine Our Rocks Ourselves

Instead of leasing a mineral-rich decommissioned airfield to private mining companies, the county should run its own rock quarry at Opa-locka West Airport and pocket at least $300 million in…

Barreiro Finalizes Revision Of Committee System

After two earlier attempts met with lackluster response, Miami-Dade County commission chairman Bruno Barreiro on Tuesday finalized his revision of the panel's committee system, setting up seven six-member panels to…

Cra Board Members Look Somewhere Else For Stadium Funds

A majority of members of the Miami Community Redevelopment Agency sent a strong message Monday to Mayor Manny Diaz and others who support using agency Overtown money to build a…

Foes Cry Foul Over Miamis Approval Of Highrise At Mercy Hospital

Opponents of a plan to build 300 high-rise condominiums on 6.7 acres of Mercy Hospital land say Miami city commissioners defied an existing zoning ordinance last week when they gave…

Vizcaya Officials Worry That Condos Will Overcrowd Landmark

Board members and staff at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens are worried that Miami commissioners' approval of a high-rise condominium complex at Mercy Hospital could lead to further development encroaching on…

Calendar Of Events

Thursday 2/1…

Alvarez Commissioners Smiling Mdash But Battle Lines Are Forming

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez' ascension to executive authority was marked by public displays of congenitality and cooperation with the county commission last week. …

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Josie Legidocorreas Lifelong Love Of Downtown Led Her To Directorship Of Miami Business Group

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