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Museum Officials Say Theyre Happy To Provide Dade Commissioner Gimenezs Information

Art and science museum officials say they're ready and willing to share financial and other information with Miami-Dade commissioners as they continue to work toward new homes in downtown Miami…

Miamidade County Property Owners Can Open Their Books To Cut Taxes

When Miami-Dade Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia assesses commercial properties for taxes this year, he wants to see owners' rent rolls and income and expense reports.…

Miamidade Wants To Defer 1 Billionplus In Water And Sewer Projects But Still Plans To Issue 600 Million In Bonds

With water consumption below projections, Miami-Dade hopes to defer more than $1 billion in planned water and sewer projects.…

Orange Bowl Team Looks To Tackle Sliding Ticket Sales

Orange Bowl officials are to spend much of the next year expanding the local ticket base and strengthening corporate connections after this year's bowl game crowd came in under capacity…

Miami Herald Parking Site Sale Decision Could Have Multimillion Dollar Impact

The decision newspaper publisher McClatchy receives next week on its pending sale of a 10-acre Miami Herald parking site in downtown Miami will have a definite impact, with a $7…

Inperson Inspections Of Foreclosed Properties On Tap In Miamidade As Appraiser Looks For Accurate Assessed Values

Miami-Dade Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia has deployed expert personnel to do in-person inspections of all foreclosed properties to make sure assessed values this year reflect true property conditions, he says.…

Gibraltar Bank Establishes Permanent Presence In Aspen Co

Although it's been doing business in Aspen for more than 10 years, Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust just hired its first banker permanently based in the Colorado mountaintop market and…

Advocate And Matchmaker For Local Minority Businesses Beatrice Louissaint Works To Cultivate Supplier Diversity

Haiti-born, Miami-bred Beatrice Louissaint runs what she calls "matchmaker central" — the Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council, an organization that links minority businesses to procurement opportunities, and larger corporations…

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