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Front Page » 2008 » May (Page 4)

Calendar Of Events Children

Friday 5/23…

First Amendment Rights Debated In City Panhandling Limits

A new version of Miami's proposed anti-begging law defines "panhandling," something earlier drafts didn't do. …

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

Thursday 5/22…

Pet Lodging Could Spell Bucks For Miami International Airport

As the county aviation department's budget strains to stay afloat amid the mounting cost of Miami International Airport's North Terminal construction, county commissioners are getting creative in their search for…

Job Creation Is Key To Omni Malls Quest For Redevelopment Money

Community Redevelopment Agency funds could back the ongoing $142 million revamp of the Omni mall should Miami commissioners agree the finished product offers enough permanent jobs to merit incentive payments.…

Chambers Goals Conference Ready To Draw More Than 1000

With the looming possibility of price hikes in local transportation and the legal drama over local governments' "mega plan," it's safe to say there will be no lack of conversation…

In Show Of Confidence Watson Island Project Opens Gallery

In anticipation of its luxury Watson Island development, Flagstone Property Group has opened a Miami Beach gallery to show off its plans.…

Hanger Company To Move Distribution Operations

Miami's out-of-the-way location, high rental rates and lack of space to build mean The Great American Hanger Co.'s distribution center won't be hanging around.…

Elected Office Of Appraiser Granted Some Independence

Miami-Dade County's elected property appraiser will operate largely free of interference from county commissioners and the strong mayor, commissioners agreed Tuesday in adopting the structure for the new office voters…

Calendar Of Events

Thursday 5/22…

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