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Front Page » 2013 » November (Page 3)

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Disney forecasts major cruising gains from Miami

Disney forecasts major cruising gains from Miami

Disney Cruise Line’s return to Port Miami with its newly renovated ship, the Disney Magic, promises a jump in passenger numbers this year. During the 2013 fiscal year, Port Miami…

Profile: Wayne Slaton

Profile: Wayne Slaton

Wayne Slaton was the first Miami Lakes mayor after the town’s incorporation in 2000. He was in office eight years after decades of being involved in the community through civic…

Rising economic tide lifts marine industry

Rising economic tide lifts marine industry

Marine industry associated businesses are feeling the waves from the recovering economy while a new company is set to help boat owners subsidize their costs. For Fort Lauderdale based Atlass…

Football bowl rent to benefit Miami Marlins owners

Football bowl rent to benefit Miami Marlins owners

College football at Marlins Park in Miami should be a moneymaker, but the city and the county won’t see much of it, according to government-approved agreements for the largely publicly-financed…

Massive air terminal plan up in air

Massive air terminal plan up in air

Miami-Dade aviation officials are still studying their options for the Central Terminal redesign at Miami International Airport. They’ve been reworking a master plan as part of a four-phase process started…

The day Miamians become the area’s top-tier homebuyers

The day Miamians become the area’s top-tier homebuyers

Not many years ago a Miami-Dade creator of a vast high-end condo project decided to target the North. He hired a marketing team oriented to New York and bombed –…

Profile: Barbara Jordan

Profile: Barbara Jordan

New Yorker by birth but a true Miami native, Barbara Jordan has been involved with Miami-Dade County throughout most of her career: on the administrative side she rose to assistant…

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Construction on the Rickenbacker Causeway’s Bear Cut and West bridges is well under way but estimated completion has been pushed back to next June. Repairs on the original bridges that…

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

Three more cruise ships based here this month and more due this season should push Port Miami close to 5 million passengers, officials say. Some debate which seaport leads in…

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