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Front Page » 2013 » October (Page 3)

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority are backing a move to extend the Coral Way route of the City of Miami trolley to PortMiami, on the theory that it will…

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State incentives reclaiming city land

State incentives reclaiming city land

Garden apartments are among the developments sprouting on former polluted sites, thanks to a growing brownfield movement backed by state incentives. Cleanup is expensive, but supporters say those willing to…

Investments, upgrades spur Brickell boom

Brickell’s real estate boom is continuing to change the face of the financial hub, with more aging structures in line for demolition to make way for new towers, investors reaching…

Light rail is recipe for Miami-Beach link

Light rail makes sense as the transportation method for the beach corridor connection to join downtown Miami and Miami Beach, suggests Miami-Dade Transit Director Ysela Llort. “We need to determine…

Air quality good, but water contamination threatens

Miami-Dade’s air quality is good to excellent but contaminated groundwater sites threaten the county’s water supply, a new report from county officials states. The Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources…

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

In the year’s first eight months, Miami International Airport’s total domestic cargo declined 4.1% and international cargo increased 0.61%, as did total cargo by 0.008% compared to the same period…

Profile: Carol Coletta

Profile: Carol Coletta

Carol Coletta’s zeal for cities is contagious. An expert on the development of cities, she joined the Knight Foundation in May as vice president of community and national initiatives.  Originally…

FYI Miami: October 17, 2013

BRIGHTER BEACON: The Beacon Council, the county’s official development organization, says it worked on 33 new company locations and expansions in the year ended Sept. 30 that are planned to…

Avocado industry extinction feared

Avocado industry extinction feared

The Florida avocado industry faces the likelihood of being lost as a result of significant economic hits following the constant devastating effects of exotic pests and disease on avocado tree…

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