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Front Page » 2009 » September (Page 3)

Top Miami Downtown Development Authority Staffers Agree To Salary Cuts To Help Meet Citys Goal

While Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez defends raises handed out to top administrators, police majors and some firefighters in cash-strapped Miami-Dade County, three top staff members at the Miami Downtown…

Tally Of Miamidade Tax Appeal Flood 3 Weeks Off

The number of Miami-Dade property tax appeals after the real estate boom meltdown won't be tallied for about three more weeks as the valuation board continues to dig through piles…

Real Estate Agent Ranks Thin As Market Suffers

Where are the real estate professionals?…

Chase Hiring Flurry Continues More Expansion Expected

Chase, the retail banking arm of Wall Street giant JP Morgan Chase & Co., is in the midst of hiring hundreds of added employees for its South Florida branches, and…

Trirail Seeing Doubledigit Ridership Declines

Tri-Rail ridership has seen double-digit deceleration for four months running compared to last year, in part reflecting today's low gas prices and high unemployment. …

Bankunited Headquarters Leaving Gables For Miami Lakes

After months of silence, BankUnited says it plans to consolidate its operations and staff, including its three-floor executive offices in Coral Gables' 255 Alhambra Circle, to its facilities at 7815…

New Director Gregg Fortner Brings Wealth Of Experience To Lead Housing Agency Forward After Provocative Past

After a highly publicized scandal and subsequent federal takeover, the Miami-Dade Public Housing Agency has what its new head calls a "provocative past." Undeterred, new Director Gregg Fortner says he's…

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A Day Late 444 Million Short And Worse Is Yet To Come

If law didn't require Miami-Dade to complete its budget this week, commissioners could debate for months over what to cut and what to restore to do the least harm in…
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