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Front Page » 2008 » May (Page 11)

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Thursday 5/15…

Bus Cuts Draw Angry Response

Miami-Dade Transit will cut nine bus routes and reduce others for an annual savings of $13.7 million.…

County Extending Mobile Home Moratorium Despite Possibility Of Lawsuits

Brushing aside warnings it could be inviting lawsuits, the Miami-Dade County Commission Tuesday extended its moratorium on mobile home park conversions for six months, a measure that was temporarily imposed…

Citizens Transportation Trust Asks Wheres The Budget

Miami-Dade County's Citizens' Independent Transportation Trust wants to operate like most folks and governments do — on a budget.…

Transportation Surtax Collections Lag By 27 Million

Five-month revenues fell more than $2.7 million from the half-cent surtax that funds projects under the People's Transportation Plan in Miami-Dade County, reports show.…

Planning Advisory Board Supports Rivers Marine Industry

Protect the marine industry on the Miami River, Miami Planning Advisory Board members told administrators last week in the first official action against recent moves to change the Port of…

Suit Looms Over Trirail Service Cuts

If the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority is forced to cut trains, the authority — and even the state, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties — could face a $275…

Leaders Pushing For Miami As Hemispheric Fashion Hub

Miami's hip image and ties with Latin America mean it could one day be on par with Milan or New York when it comes to fashion, Miami-Dade County's Beacon Council…

Doug Tober Eager To See Start Of Convention Center Upgrades To Maintain Miami Beachs Strength As Convention Destination

The Miami Beach Convention Center this year celebrates its 50th anniversary. A good gift, many say, would be a facelift and some new amenities. Doug Tober, the center's senior general…

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