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Front Page » 2009 » July (Page 3)

Miamidade Appraiser To Notify Taxpayers Of Millage Increase With Explanation

Miami-Dade commissioners may have left it up to newly elected Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia to set a tax-rate cap — but he's taken it upon himself to ensure that property…

Commissioners Criticize Downtown Development Authoritys Tax Cap

In approving the Downtown Development Authority's half mil tax-rate cap last week, Miami commissioners criticized the agency for maintaining the same millage while businesses that pay the tax are making…

Prospect Of Slots Hikes Interest In Airport Terminal Redo

Seeing a share of slots income at Miami International Airport could entice developers to gamble on revamping its aging central terminal.…

Arsht Center Presenters To Raise Money On Overnight Cruise

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and its resident companies are about to have their ship come in.…

Little Being Done About Permitted Empty Excavation Sites

Lurking in the depths of towering buildings throughout Brickell and downtown, excavations and the beginnings of foundations constructed in more optimistic times serve as glaring reminders of the recession.…

City Water Plant Economic Growth Top Andre Pierres Agenda After Victorious Grassroots Mayoral Campaign In North Miami

Engineer turned immigration attorney Andre Pierre is stepping into yet another new role as mayor of North Miami.…

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