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Front Page » 2007 » October (Page 4)

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Mural Law Violators On Short End Of Airport Advertising Contract

Miami-Dade commissioners promised billboard advertising companies last spring they would suffer consequences for erecting illegal murals on the sides of buildings. They kept their promise Tuesday by making it unlikely…

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Local Students Create Art With Company Surplus

The tenth annual Art of Found Objects Silent Auction benefit for art programs in Miami-Dade County Public Schools will put up for auction more than 150 art pieces created by…

Study Cites 12 Million Cost For Marlins Stadium Roadwork

As funding for a Florida Marlins stadium falls into place, a draft traffic study identifies more than $12 million more needed to ease arterial traffic congestion should the stadium be…

County Ordered Poverty Trust To Fund Florida Ftaa

Miami-Dade County officials say they thought low-income areas would benefit from jobs and economic development if the Free Trade Area of the Americas were to bring its Secretariat to Miami.…

Railroad Not Answer To Portrelated Traffic Woes Pros Say

Railroad-based solutions to relieve truck congestion at the Port of Miami, and on surrounding downtown streets, are not a viable alternative to the proposed $1 billion tunnel project, port officials…

Miami City Commissioners Insist On More Control Of Bond Projects

Frustrated with cost overruns and delayed projects in a recent bond program, Miami commissioners want more influence in spending up to $80 million for street and sidewalk work to be…

Ballpark Plans Must Overcome Traffic Problems

Neighborhood traffic congestion, meager on-site parking options and a lack of area mass transit could pose problems for the new Florida Marlins stadium should it be built at the site…

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