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Front Page » 2007 » October (Page 11)

State Courts 2nd Port Of Miami Tunnel Work Bidder

In a bid to salvage its sinking Port of Miami tunnel project, the Florida Department of Transportation is seeking to entice a former contender for the job to reenter the…

County Proposal Would Require Arts Program To Spend On Maintenance

Miami-Dade County's Art in Public Places program would be required to reserve as much as a third of its annual funding for maintenance, restoration and repair of its existing collection…

Lawsuit Challenges Barring Shortterm Beachhouse Rentals

Miami Beach zoning officials are using loose interpretations of city ordinances to unlawfully prevent single-family homeowners from renting out homes for less than six months, says a New York lawyer…

Downtown Parking Lot Fetches 55m Tower Likely

Expensive property taxes and an annual City of Miami parking lot surcharge forced the Girtman family to unload a West Flagler Street parking lot the family owned for more than…

City Studying Panhandling Bans By Designated Zone And Citywide

Miami's Downtown Development Authority learned last month that it may have two legislative avenues in its quest to prohibit panhandling in the central business district. …

Two Consortiums Vie To Lease Develop Airport Land

Vacant land near the Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport attracted interest late last week from only two groups who proposed to lease and develop the property, county aviation officials say.…

Deadline Extension Request Could Save Port Tunnel

A request by Miami Mayor Manny Diaz to extend the expired deadline for the state and county's proposed port tunnel has breathed new life into the wilting project.…
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