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Front Page » 2009 » July (Page 8)

Miamidade Parks Lays Off 23 Signal Of Tough Budget Choices Ahead

Even before Miami-Dade begins filling a gaping hole in its fiscal 2010 budget, the county's Park and Recreation Department has laid off 23 full-time employees just to make ends meet…

Miami To Increase Solid Waste Fee Despite Objections From Mayoral Candidates

With two Miami commissioners running for mayor, votes on a proposed maximum increase in the city's garbage fee had a political tilt last week. The temporary absence of one mayoral…

Stadium Financing Close To Wrapping Amid Gripes Over Lack Of Cost Disclosure

With two bond sales wrapped up, Miami-Dade County is to hit the market again next month to sell $50 million in general obligation bonds to complete financing for a Marlins…

Miamidade Fire Fee Caput For 2010

Forget a fire fee for the coming fiscal year.…

Miami Preparing Proposal Forming Committee To Attract World Cup

Miami sports officials are preparing to submit a proposal by July 29 to host potential World Cup games in either 2018 or 2022.…

Miami Beach Convention Center Improvement Plans Coming Together

Plans are gelling to push forward long-discussed improvements to the Miami Beach Convention Center, with Miami-Dade commissioners considering three revamp-related measures.…

Alex Acosta Trades Law Enforcement For University Campus With Early Goal Of Trumpeting Successes Of Fiu Law School

R. Alexander Acosta clerked for Samuel A. Alito Jr. when the US Supreme Court justice served on the US Court of Appeals. He also served as the assistant attorney general…

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Calendar Of Events Highlights

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