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Front Page » 2008 » March (Page 7)

Once Burned Miami Commissioners Vow Closer Scrutiny Of Key Employee Contracts

Severance pay will no longer be a free-for-all at City Hall, Miami commissioners say.…

Large Crowds Can Be Fleeting For Baseball Teams In New Parks

An attendance-poor team like the Florida Marlins could expect a bump in the number of seats it sells if a new $525 million stadium opens in 2011 — but only…

Some Major League Baseball Teams Refrain From Seeking Handouts For New Parks

The Florida Marlins were said to have dug deep to fund their new $525 million ballpark, but local officials and Major League Baseball failed to mention that stadiums elsewhere are…

City Of Miami Parking Agency Feel Bond Pinch

The tumult in the variable rate bond markets that has sent governments across the country into a tailspin has not spared local public entities.…

Rules Change On Waiving Of Vizcaya Fees

It will take fewer votes from the Miami-Dade County Commission to waive or reduce fees to use Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, but that won't lead to increases of events there.…

Port Of Miami Fails To Bill Fisher Island 12 Million For Security

For nearly eight years, the cash-strapped Port of Miami failed to bill a barge operation on Fisher Island for security costs totaling more than $1.2 million.…

Property Tax Change Could Strap Bond Program

The property tax relief initiative voters approved statewide in January could affect Miami-Dade County's Building Better Communities General Obligation Bond program.…

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