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Front Page » 2008 » August (Page 7)

Miami Commissioner Gimenez Road Impact Fees Should Be Allowed For Transit Improvements In Urban Infill Areas

Increased road impact fees paid by developers would mean more money for Miami-Dade roadway improvements.…

Miamidade Countys Building Department Could Increase Fees To Combat Dwindling Reserves

Reeling in the aftermath of the residential bubble burst, Miami-Dade County's Building Department is proposing a fee hike to bolster its dwindling coffers.…

Zoological Society Of Florida Hopes Third Candidate The Charm For Director Post

As plans for a water park at Miami Metrozoo gain traction, the Zoological Society of Florida has been on its own wild ride trying to secure a new leader.…

Taxable Sales In Florida Decrease For The First Time In About 50 Years Miamidade Fares Slightly Better Than Most In State With Help Of International Business Growth

Fiscal 2008 taxable sales declined 5.4% statewide for the first drop in nearly half a century, while Miami-Dade fared a bit better with a decline of 2.6%, state officials say.…

Ethics Proposal Could Address Vizcaya Voting Conflicts

Civic volunteers who serve on the boards of the Vizcayans, a support organization for the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and the county trust that governs Vizcaya are likely to soon…

Miamidade Developers Ok With A Road Impact Fee Hike Say They Recognize Large Increase In Infrastructure Costs

Miami-Dade County is to increase its road impact fees to developers — charges could more than triple by 2014 — but the development community is OK with it, the head…

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