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Front Page » 2007 » July (Page 6)

City Pocket Parks Great But Where And Who Will Pay

Miami officials say they are committed to creating pocket parks downtown as part of a parks master plan but funding and available land are difficult to find.…

Burgess Cutbacks Wont Hit Developers

Miami-Dade County's development services are not expected to suffer from staffing cutbacks in the proposed budget, County Manager George Burgess says.…

Firing Wont Derail Streetcar Project Miami Staffers Insist

The firing last week of Mary Conway as Miami chief of operations is not expected to affect downtown's streetcar project or other projects she had overseen, staffers say.…

Carnival Center Told It Needs Higherprofile Programming

A visit to the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts by officials of the respected John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington revealed a need for more…

Alvarez Budget Includes 9 Million For Arts Center

Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez has proposed making permanent the $4.1 million in emergency funding the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts received last month to address an embarrassing series…

Miami Commissioner Staffers Plan Mural Laws Stricter Than Countys

To combat what he calls "murals on steroids," Miami City Commissioner Marc Sarnoff has drafted an ordinance governing the use of large advertisements on the sides of buildings in the…

Marvin Oquinn Leading Jackson Health System Through Expansion While Fending Off Funding Cuts

Marvin O'Quinn spends his days on the front lines of the nation's health-care crisis, staring down the challenges of indigent care, the threat of state and federal funding cuts and…

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