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Front Page » 2009 » May (Page 8)

Miami Circle To Reopen In Fall But With Artifact Concealed

Brickell's historic Miami Circle should re-open to the public in September with seawall repairs reaching completion and design plans for the park under way, state and local officials say.…

Sonesta Mikado Hotel To Start Work In June Once 16 Million Rebate Is In Hand

Construction on the $100-plus million, 36-story Sonesta Mikado Hotel in the Omni area will start in June, says Miami developer Tibor Hollo — right after a city vote to give…

Marlins Have Hope For Stadium Naming Rights Deal As Landscape Changing But Not Dying

Through the recession and potentially beyond, we could see more short-term and in-kind sports venue sponsorships like the newly announced LandShark Lager deal at Dolphin Stadium, marketing experts say. …

Out Of Bounds City Mulls 10 Million Investment In Camillus House Project

The Overtown Community Redevelopment Agency has asked the state attorney general whether the agency can invest up to $10 million in tax funds for construction of the new Camillus House…

Attorneys Tax Agents Bracing For Anticipated Influx Of Tax Appeals

With property valuations due in August and many owners expecting lower assessments in a depressed market, local attorneys and tax agents are gearing up to dispute what they expect will…

Miami Facing 10 Million Midyear Budget Shortfall May Have To Dip Into Reserves

A $10 million mid-year budget shortfall could force the City of Miami to dip into a $5 million contingency fund.…

Burn Notice Other Local Productions To Benefit As Florida More Than Doubles Film Incentive

Florida's film industry received its own stimulus when the Legislature agreed to increase the film- and entertainment-industry incentive from $5 million to $10.8 million in the state's 2009-2010 budget.…

Hands On Miami Ceo Leila Chang Ripich Sees Opportunity Tomakevolunteering Secondnature

After lending a hand as a volunteer since the '90s, Guantánamo-born, Miami-bred Leila Chang Ripich is now the face of Hands On Miami as its new president and chief executive…

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