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Front Page » 2010 » January

Gus Pego Drives Transportation Projects And Steers The Stimulus As Local Florida Department Of Transportation Secretary

After about three decades moving through the ranks of the Florida Department of Transportation, Gus Pego was appointed secretary of the local district about a year and a half ago…

Sun Shines On Dolphins Taxpayers Rained Out With Marlins

It took a great deal by the Miami Dolphins to spotlight a hidden side of a disastrous deal by Miami-Dade County.…

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If Florida Marlins Stadium Comes In Under Budget Team Funds Go To Capital Reserve

While the competitive construction climate is bringing in many major projects below price estimates, the Florida Marlins predict market conditions will help get their new ballpark built on budget without…

Slots Kaput Miamidade Aviation Focuses On Other Moneymaking Ideas

With a bid for airport slot machines off the table, Miami-Dade Aviation is gambling on a handful of other proposals to generate revenue in the face of soaring annual costs.…

With Criticism Miamidade County Approves Omni Redevelopment Agency Expansion

Another element of 2007's city-county mega-deal fell into place last week after Miami-Dade commissioners agreed to expand Miami's Omni Community Redevelopment Agency — but by a narrow margin and under…

Tax Districts Remove Cost Barrier To Going Green

"Green" has become a buzzword in both political and grassroots circles, with citizens and governments growing increasingly involved in promoting energy-efficient practices.…

Change At The Top Signals Shift For Regions Bank In South Florida

The banker Birmingham, AL-based Regions Bank selects as its new South Florida president will probably be a local player experienced in commercial lending, industry analysts say.…

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