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Front Page » 2008 » April (Page 11)

Developers Seen Preventing Proliferation Of Vacant River Parcels

Threats to the future of the marine industry on the Miami River are making waves with industry proponents. …

Citizenspanel To Reconsider Metrorail Car Rejection

The Citizens Independent Transportation Trust is to meet April 14 to reconsider its vote on whether to allow Miami-Dade County to use sales-tax funds to buy 198 Metrorail cars.…

Arts Center Check Isnt In The Mail

Miami and Miami-Dade County's mega-deal of major projects hit another snag this week: a $5.3 million check toward performing arts center debt, due to the county March 31, remained in…

City Sees Retail Boost In Opening Grove Storefronts To Office Use

In what Grovites hope will be a catalyst to add daytime activity in the central commercial district, office uses are to be allowed on street level in areas of Coconut…

Tax Base Jobs Could Be The Stakes In Riveruse Debate

Haphazard zoning along the Miami River, coupled with a recent priorities shift away from the marine industry by Miami's city government, could affect more than just river businesses and developers.…

Plans For Water Park Family Center Near Completion

Plans for private developers to invest up to $40 million in a water theme park and family entertainment center at the Miami MetroZoo are nearly complete, officials say, with county…
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