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Front Page » 2007 » August (Page 3)

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Monday 8/27…

Miami Plans To Fight Court Over River Zoning

Miami city attorneys are working to overturn a recent Third District Court of Appeals decision that they say threatens a government's right to make changes to its comprehensive land-use plan.…

Two Miami Firms Among Magazines 500 Fastestgrowing

Two Miami businesses have been ranked in the Inc. 500, a list of the nation's fastest-growing private businesses assembled by the business magazine. …

Small Businesses Could Be Blindsided By End Of Nofault

The impending sunset of Florida's no-fault insurance law could place a heavy burden on business owners — and some running small operations may not see it coming, experts say.…

County Commissioners Champion Lowprofile Issues In Budget Battle

While Miami-Dade commissioners fight to spare funding for high-profile social services, parks, community groups and cultural affairs grants from Mayor Carlos Alvarez's budget axe, a number of lesser-known issues and…

Officials Downtown Shoppers Wont Miss Demolished Garage

November's scheduled demolition of the downtown Courthouse Center Garage, and the almost two years of construction to follow, should not be detrimental to area parking, Miami Parking Authority officials say.…

Miami Poverty Rate Among Highest In Us Census Report Says

The City of Miami has one of the highest poverty rates and one of the lowest median incomes among large US cities, according to the Census Bureau's American Community Survey…

Ob Money Likely To Go To New Use

Funding in place for renovation of the Orange Bowl may be up for grabs after the University of Miami's decision last week to leave its football team's longtime home for…

Art Museum Director Terence Riley Sees Park Project As Springboard For Artistic Economic Growth For Area

In the face of criticism from parks activists and skeptical taxpayers who feel they've been burned by government-funded cultural facilities, Miami Art Museum Executive Director Terence Riley doesn't bat an…

Calendar Of Events Children

Thursday 8/23…

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