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Front Page » 2008 » October (Page 8)

Miamidades Plan To Buy Farmland Rights Awaits First Deal

Interest in Miami-Dade's year-old farmland-preservation initiative is high, but it's off to a slow start. …

Business Has Slowed Down And Not Picked Up On Miami River Since Summer Maritime Businesses Say

Marine business along the Miami River has slowed since the summer months, a trend not helped by a spate of tropical storms that has hindered freight shipping to Caribbean islands.…

Film Industry Players Say Better Film Incentives Needed To Lure Projects

If you think sunshine, sandy beaches and brilliant blue waters are enough to attract film projects in a tough economy, think again, film industry leaders say.…

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Difference Of Opinion Consultants Report Shows Price Tag Of Marlins Parking Facilities To Be 62 Million More Than Previous Pitch

Parking facilities at a new Marlins ballpark could cost $62 million more than the price pitched to elected officials early this year, according to a consultant's report.…

Design Distinctions Devil In Details When It Comes To Final Cost For Marlins Parking Facilities

The cost of parking facilities at a new Marlins ballpark cannot be pinned down until official designs are complete.…

Foreign Bankers Latin American Governments Cautious As Us Market Declines

Foreign bankers in Miami are treading cautiously on US investment given the past week's declines on Wall Street. …

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