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FYI Miami: November 28, 2013

DEVELOPMENT AT SEAPORT: A county code change to create a new Port Miami zoning district that would allow the seaport to permit developers to build multi-family housing projects, convention halls…

Call for ethnic quotas in Miami Beach City Hall outmoded

Call for ethnic quotas in Miami Beach City Hall outmoded

New Miami Beach officials last week were shoveled the worst sort of advice by the daily newspaper across the county in Doral, which admonished them to appoint Hispanics to local…

Filming in Miami: November 28, 2013

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

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Profile: Arnold W. Donald

Profile: Arnold W. Donald

Arnold Donald has a light-hearted sense of humor. But then again, he is now president and CEO of a corporation aimed at leisure and travel: Carnival. After a 20-plus-year career at…

New York developers flock to Miami

It’s not just New York’s buyers who are heating up Miami’s real estate sector. The Big Apple’s developers, too, are looking south as historically high prices in some Miami neighborhoods…

Mayor questions convention center hotel

Mayor questions convention center hotel

South Beach ACE might face new terms if it moves forward as developer of the massive project tied to Miami Beach’s convention center. Incoming Mayor Philip Levine is reluctant to…

150 more red light camera sites coming

150 more red light camera sites coming

Miami-Dade is moving forward with its plan to install red-light cameras in at least 150 intersections. The county’s attorneys are reviewing a draft of what will be a formal solicitation…

Will old taxis stay on road longer?

Will old taxis stay on road longer?

Although complaints against the taxi industry have been mounting among those dependent upon tourism, Miami-Dade County officials are being asked next week to keep old taxis on the road longer…

Seven art museums getting together

Seven art museums getting together

The Miami arts community is coming together not just for art week, but for a project that will outlive Art Basel’s 2013 weekend. Funded by the John S. and James…

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