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Front Page » 2008 » September

Juan Del Busto Of Miami Federal Reserve Goes To Grassroots To Gain More Thorough Picture Of South Floridas Economy

With some of the nation's most established financial institutions failing, the Federal Reserve Bank has been thrust into the spotlight and its role is becoming increasingly important. In Miami, branch…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

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Calendar Of Events

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Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

Calendar Of Events Dance

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Proposed Ordinance Gives Miamis Code Enforcement Department Tools To Deal With Distraught Properties

Miami's code enforcement department has crafted a new ordinance to give more authority to a department that needs it, city officials say.…

Trirail Ridership Skyrockets While Some Local Expressways See Lessdramatic Decrease In Traffic

For months, public transportation ridership has climbed by double-digit percentages locally, probably in response to high gas prices and a weak economy.…

Miami Landuse Changes On Hold Through 2008

Because the state has "significant concerns" about how Miami has altered its land-use plan, all land-use changes in the city are on hold pending a state review. At least a…

Miami Back To Preparing Orange Bowl Site Just Weeks After Favorable Court Ruling

Just two weeks after a court ruling gave a green light to plans for a new Marlins Stadium, Miami is wasting no time preparing the land for construction.…

Once On Life Support Miami River Dredging Project Nears Early Completion

The years-long Miami River dredging project, once feared "on life support" as proponents struggled to secure funding, is chugging steadily toward an early completion.…

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