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Front Page » 2008 » March (Page 4)

Closer Look At Bowl For Contamination Unlikely To Slow Start Of Ballpark

The most recent environmental assessment of the Orange Bowl site turned up a few questionable locations that need a second look — but nothing that is expected to stall the…

Calendar Of Events Books

Thursday 3/20…

Miamidade County Commission Vents Plenty Gives Nod To Rail Cars Buy

After heated debate, the Miami-Dade County Commission succumbed to a staff proposal to replace Metrorail's aging fleet of railcars for nearly a half-billion dollars.…

Bond Series To Cost Miamidade County 16 Million Extra Over 16 Years

Fallout from volatility in the auction-rate market will cost Miami-Dade County an additional $16 million over the next 16 years on a single bond series of $139.7 million.…

City Of Miami Putting For Sale Sign On Names Of City Parks

Grass isn't the only thing green about Miami parks — recreation areas could bring big bucks to the city after commissioners last week voted to allow private sponsorship of park…

Alvarez Notes Challenges And Successes In Turbulent Period

Fed up with recent criticism of his administration, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez shot back on a number of issues, saying he hoped to "set the record straight."…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

Thursday 3/20…

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Calendar Of Events Theater

Thursday 3/20…

City Of Miami Returns Miami 21 Land Plan Revamp To Limbo For Indefinite Stay

Miami city commissioners' on-again, off-again relationship with proposed new zoning code Miami 21 is off again.…

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