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Front Page » 2009 » October (Page 3)

140000 Tax Appeals In Dade Spur Search For More Staff To Handle Cases

After Miami-Dade property tax appeals hit a record high last year, 2009 appeals are projected to rise another 40%, reaching 140,000.…

Jackson Health University Of Miami Projects In Running For Stimulus Funds

All of Jackson Health System's administrative staff could be based in the health district if county commissioners choose to issue a $60 million stimulus bond to Miami developer the Swerdlow…

Miami Downtown Development Authority Hashing Out Plans To Bring Trirail Downtown

Commuters who travel by rail into downtown Miami from points north might have their journeys shortened considerably if a new plan to bring Tri-Rail into the central business district succeeds.…

Real Estate Panel International Investors Declining Vacancies To Help Stabilize Market

Higher affordability is to propel the sales of more homes in 2010, with international investors expected to play a key role in helping stabilize the housing market, a panel of…

Projected Miamidade Transit Funding Gap Could Mean Higher Gas Taxes

To pay down existing and future debt for near-term projects — only one of them a major expansion — Miami-Dade Transit faces a projected nearly $59 million annual budget shortfall…

Miami Commissioner Sarnoff Demands Rent On Watson Island Land

As the final legal deadline nears for would-be Watson Island developer Flagstone Property Group to make good on past-due rent, the area city commissioner says he's not inclined to give…

Roni Avissar Guiding Ums Rosenstiel School To New Heights In Atmospheric Study By Copter New Depths In Oceanic Study

The University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science has long been what new Dean Roni Avissar calls a "lighthouse" for research. …

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