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Charter Panel Shuns Switch To Elected Sheriff Tax Collector

Miami-Dade County's top law enforcement official and its tax collector should remain appointed positions rather than elected offices, the Charter Review Task Force decided in a preliminary recommendation last week.…

Bankers Group Joining State Lobbying Campaign For Affordable Housing

Florida bankers are rejoining the campaign for state legislators to boost affordable-housing spending and improve property-tax conditions, officials from a state banking association say.…

Film Fees Could Fracture Permitting Partnership

To offset budget cuts that experts say could impede the film industry here, Miami-Dade County officials have proposed charging a film permit application fee — but the move to end…

Ob Land Value Future Use Remains Unknown

The prospect of a baseball stadium replacing the Orange Bowl is not enough in today's cooling real estate market to ignite a frenzy of commercial investment in property near the…

Todays 50 Million Question Will City Pay Tunnel Share

The fate of Miami-Dade County's pet port tunnel project may rest in the hands of City of Miami commissioners, whose feet are being held to the fire as the cutoff…

Conference Tackles Latin American Banking Problems

About 800 bankers from Latin America and other parts of the world perused and chatted about the leading edge in banking technology at this year's CL@B 2007 conference, which concluded…

State Insists Tunnel Funds Be Settled On By Sept 30

Miami-Dade County's proposed port tunnel faces a jam not unlike those it is designed to divert: if full funding for the $1 billion-plus tunnel is not in place by Sept.…

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