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Front Page » 2007 » June (Page 9)

Developers Expect Higher Fees With Floridas Propertytax Cuts

Some developers and development experts say they expect local governments to charge higher permitting and user fees to make up for revenue lost to statewide property-tax cuts.…

County Procurement Reform Strives For Fairness Efficiency

A package of recently approved reforms to Miami-Dade County's bidding process has commissioners striving to ensure fairness while avoiding work delays.…

Developer Sells 14 Acres In Homestead Park Of Commerce

A Miami developer this week is to close the sale of 14 acres in Homestead Park of Commerce to a real estate investor unsure of the best use of the…

Permitting Hiatus To Go To City With Miami 21

A zoning-in-progress ordinance previously scheduled for Miami City Commission consideration ahead of the eastern quadrant portion of citywide blueprint Miami 21 is to appear along with it at a special…

Former School Board Chairman Paul Cejas To Focus On Education As Head Of Miami Business Forum

When Paul Cejas was elected in October chairman of the Miami Business Forum, the successor to the influential Non Group, he made it clear that both the group's and his…

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