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Front Page » 2008 » January (Page 3)

Miamidade County Commissioner Miffedaftermanager Snuffs Procurement Oaths Proposal

Miami-Dade County Manager George Burgess lobbied to kill a procurement reform ordinance proposed by Commissioner Carlos A. Gimenez, a move the commissioner says usurped the committee process where matters are…

University Of Miami Details Plans For Massive Life Science Park

The University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine has a 1.4 million-square-foot Life Science Park in the works and is looking for private investors and grants to help…

Proposed Crane Law Has Construction Site Shutdown Provision

Sweeping new rules could soon govern the use of cranes in Miami-Dade County, including inspections that could potentially shut down construction sites that don't comply with the law.…

Miami International Airport Passenger Count Rose 37 In 2007

For the fourth year in a row, Miami International Airport has made gains in the number of domestic and international passengers passing through the facility, with a combined total of…

Downtown Development Authority To Work Fastto Replace Nottingham Refocus Efforts

With veteran members cringing at the memory of eight months spent searching for a new director for the Downtown Development Authority five years ago, its board this week laid out…

Books Amp Books Backed For Airport Slot Over Miami International Airport Staff Objections

Miami's nationally known bookseller Books & Books has the potential to be a popular destination for travelers passing through Miami International Airport, the Miami-Dade County Commission's Airport and Tourism Committee…

Miami International Airport Cargo Up Despite Rising Costs

Fuel and security surcharges failed to dampen cargo business in 2007 at Miami International Airport, with foreign cargo loads up nearly 6% from the prior year.…

A Fascination With Building And Creating Led Sherri Gutierrez From Lincoln Logs To Heading Arquitectonicas Miami Office

After 11 years with design powerhouse Arquitectonica, 35-year-old Sherri Gutierrez has stepped up to direct the internationally known firm's Miami headquarters — the first woman to head an office in…

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