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Front Page » 2009 (Page 135)

Sales Volume Up Prices Down For Miamidade Homes

A surge in home sales in November could mean that the huge inventory of homes on the market in Miami-Dade has begun to decline, but experts say prices are still…

Rustic Filming Locale Jimbos Place Should Not Be Affected By Virginia Key Plan

The local film community, stressed already by deep slashes to the state's film incentive budget, can rest easy about losing one of its most popular shooting locations, a city official…

Senate Bill Could Set New Deadline For Final Marlins Stadium Deal

Miami-Dade voters could get a chance to weigh in on a planned Marlins stadium if local governments and the team don't ink final deals before summer.…

Miami Fire Fee Settlement Checks Are Out But Only For 25 Percent

Miami fire fee payers are getting back 25 cents of each dollar the City of Miami illegally charged them — and a little more may follow.…

Unclaimed Cash Tens Of Thousands Lose Out On Fire Fee Settlement Checks

Tens of thousands of Miamians didn't ask for a fire fee refund to which they were entitled.…

Loews Miami Beach Set To Make 50 Million In Renovations In Down Economy

The Loews Miami Beach Hotel is planning a $50 million renovation to begin June 1 and wrap up by early November.…

Film Industry Leaders Lobby Florida Legislature To Pass Stronger Film Incentives

After cuts reduced Florida's filming incentives by 80%, members of the industry are lobbying the Legislature to pass a bill to restore Florida's competitive edge.…

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