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Front Page » 2009 » December (Page 8)

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Thursday 12/17…

City Of Miami May Lose 317000 In Overdue Impact Fees

Taking action too late in the game, the City of Miami may never collect much of more than $317,000 in impact fees overdue since 2005.…

Performing Arts Center May Be In Line For 143 Million Bonanza For Operations

With community redevelopment dollars helping pay Miami-Dade's construction debt on the downtown performing arts center, the freed county funds that used to cover debt payments may mean $143 million toward…

Wells Fargo Chief Richard Kovacevich Bank Looking To Capitalize On Wachovias Florida Strengths

As Wells Fargo continues its nationwide, multi-year conversion of Wachovia Bank's systems, staff and branches into its own, Chairman Richard Kovacevich said the bank is eagerly looking at Florida as…

190 Million Utility Tunnel To Accompany Port Of Miami Dredging On Hold Due To Time Constraints

Plans for a $190 million Miami-Dade Water and Sewer project are washed up after officials decided they couldn't build the "utility tunnel" in time for the Port of Miami dredging…

Forward Progress Miamidade May See Outstanding Union Contracts In Month

As a $36.85 million deficit in the year that began Oct. 1 keeps growing, it seems Miami-Dade and its unions are making progress in settling contracts that would allow the…

With Dedicated Funding Stream Trirail May Also See Added Service

After a special legislative session that last week scored Tri-Rail a long-sought dedicated funding stream, the South Florida regional commuter line not only lives — riders may also see expanded…

Developer Flagstone Vows To Pay Pleads To Stay But Miami Still May End Agreement

As the City of Miami moves to end its years-long agreement with would-be Watson Island developer Flagstone Property Group, the company is pleading for more time — and offering $500,000…

Second Woman To Ever Lead The Orange Bowl Committee Baptists Phillis Oeters Focuses On Community Service

Phillis Oeters has always been community minded, so chairing the civic-minded Orange Bowl Committee, which organizes a fanfest at Bayfront Park and two huge youth sporting events, is right up…

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