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Front Page » 2011 » March (Page 12)

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As Warning Flags Flap In Breeze Homestead Twists In Wind

Homestead's mind-numbing plan to hand over its $22 million, 140-acre sports complex for less than a penny an acre for 30 years raises seven stern warning flags for us…

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Scam Delays 100000plus Miamidade Property Tax Appeals

Miami-Dade's valuation board is delayed in finishing 2009 property tax appeal hearings because more than 600 property owners were reportedly scammed by a company they paid to represent them at…

Legislative Full Court Press As Sports Bills Compete Over Taxes

South Florida sports teams will cast a watchful eye on Tallahassee as both houses of the legislature meet in full and joint sessions next week to decide on a handful…

New Ceo For Jackson Hinging On Experience

One month before Jackson Memorial Hospital's financial river is forecast to run dry, Miami-Dade must charge a new president and CEO with leading the cash-strapped hospital into the next fiscal…

To Aid City New Downtown Miami Garage Sold In Bites

Less than a year after the Miami Parking Authority moved into its new $36 million Courthouse Center Garage, two pending office deals could shrink available space to just 1,200 square…

Dredging Of Polluted Miami River Tributaries Flows On Stream Of Funding Us Permit

As the City of Miami aggressively seeks out $20 million needed to dredge Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal, two heavily polluted Miami River tributaries, many of the project's details remain…

As Miamidade Consumer Spending Rebounds Gas Prices Could Be Spoiler

A potential spike in gas prices could erode year-over-year gains in Miami-Dade County taxable sales that signaled a return of consumer confidence, area economists say.…

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