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Front Page » 2007 » June (Page 4)

State Protects Vital Police Work Phone Transfers And Filing

Gov. Charlie Crist and our legislators assure us that while they've geared a big fat tax cut to whack bloated local governments, police services will be spared. I'm so glad.…

New Dean Barbara Kahn Aims To Boost Profile Of The University Of Miami School Of Business

Armed with 17 years at the nationally ranked University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business, Barbara Kahn plans to take the University of Miami's School of Business Administration to the…

County Panels Study Concepts For Water Taxi

The hovercraft safely skims over manatees and seabed grasses as its 50 passengers glide 30 mph across Biscayne Bay. The vessel links commuters and tourists between downtown Miami and both…

Calendar Of Events Fashion

Friday 4/13…

Commercial Property Owners Anxious About Tax Reform

While there is an end in sight to months of uncertainty on the part of homeowners, the recently approved statewide property-tax relief measures leave a big question mark for the…

Four County Commissioners Appoint Themselves To Charterreview Panel

Four Miami-Dade County commissioners, two former county attorneys and former Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre will be among 21 members of the county's Charter Review Task Force, which will meet this…

Hotel Back In Brickell Project Plan

The developer of the Villa Magna luxury residential project planned for the last bayfront parcel in Brickell wants to replace about 175,000 square feet of condo space in his plans…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

Thursday 6/21…

Major Use Special Permit Requests Down In Miami In First Half Of Year

Despite a busy June for the Miami planning department, the pace of major use special permit applications this year is behind last year's, city officials say.…

Calendar Of Events Books

Thursday 6/21…

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