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Front Page » 2007 » August (Page 13)

Miami Eliminates Current Fire Fee Settles Dispute On Old One

Not only did Miami commissioners agree last week to repay property owners for illegally collected fire fees in a $15.5 million settlement, they also voted to eliminate a fee that…

Arts Center Defers A Vote On Ceo Raise

The board of the Carnival Center's Performing Arts Center Trust refused to vote on a resolution Tuesday to increase President and CEO Michael Hardy's yearly salary nearly 42%, from $230,000…

Miami Commissioners Agree To Delay Move On Murals Law

Giant advertising murals in Miami's downtown core will continue to hang in the balance after Miami commissioners last week voted to defer a vote on regulatory legislation.…

Homestead Oks Contract To Sell Restof Park Of Commerce To Gables Group

After years of efforts by Homestead officials to unload its acreage in the city's Park of Commerce, the City Council approved a contract last week to sell the remaining 100…

Calendar Of Events Events

Friday 7/27…

Calendar Of Events Comedy

Friday, 6/1…

Calendar Of Events Business

Thursday 7/26…

Transatlantic Bank Chairman Fernando Perezhickman At Forefront Of Spanish Banks March Into Us Market

Fernando Pérez-Hickman joined Transatlantic Bank as chairman of the board in June after that bank's acquisition by Banco Sabadell. Concurrently, he serves as deputy managing director of Sabadell Group in…

Calendar Of Events Theater

Thursday 8/2…

Charter Panel Holds Key To Upgrading County Government

Flying far under the radar of public scrutiny, a 21-member task force is debating major revisions to Miami-Dade County's equivalent of a constitution.…

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