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Front Page » 2007 » July (Page 10)

Calendar Of Events Theater

Thursday 7/5…

New Coo Vows To Get Carnival Center On Budget

After the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts received a $4.1 million county bailout last week, the center's chief operating officer is vowing that next year's occupancy costs will come…

Gables Close To Applying Citys First Impact Fees On Developers

To offset the costs of development on the community, Coral Gables officials plan to begin levying impact fees on developers in the fall that could add as much as $13,751…

Operations Director Envisions Gusman As Church Of Art

Transforming the 81-year-old Gusman Center for the Performing Arts Olympia Theatre into the "diamond of the city it once was" and a "church of art" while producing original programming is…

Bidding On Southcom Base To Be Reopened

The Pentagon is to reopen bidding this month for contractors seeking to design and build a 709,000-square-foot US Southern Command headquarters next to the existing one in Doral.…

County Commissioner Trying To Abolish Wait Time For Limos

Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman is having a hard time selling a plan to free limousines and other luxury vehicles for hire from a required one-hour wait to pick up fares…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

Thursday 7/5…

Bank Hq May Land In Brickell

An international bank headquarters employing more than 200 people could have a home in a new 35-story office tower at 1450 Brickell Ave.…

Fyi Miami

FYI …

Ceo Alfred Sanchez Strives To Keep Miami Ymca Adapting To Everchanging Needs Of The Community

Alfred Sanchez's personal philosophy has not changed since last profiled by Miami Today in 1996. Then, as head of the Red Cross, he looked to "drink from the cup, dip…

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