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Front Page » 2014 » July (Page 5)

What goes around comes around–over and over and over

What goes around comes around–over and over and over

Miami news stories don’t end – they merely hibernate. Periodically, they return as reruns for a new audience. That repetition was highlighted when I cleaned off a bookshelf and found…

Odebrecht pressures county on Airport City

Odebrecht pressures county on Airport City

The US subsidiary of Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht is asking Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez to push a proposed Airport City at Miami International Airport ahead, saying airport administrators have stymied…

Blitz of callers seek green energy loans

Days after the Miami City Commission expanded eligibility for the Green Corridor Property Accessed Clean Energy (PACE) program to include single-family and duplex homes in city commission Districts 2 and…

All Aboard Florida engineers design OK

All Aboard Florida engineers design OK

A multi-block proposed train station for downtown Miami is en route to county commission consideration. That’s one of many stops All Aboard Florida must make to win OK for its…

County cuts new deal with Marlins – as storekeepers

The county is doing business again with Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria and his son-in-law, Marlins President David Samson – only this time on a much smaller scale. Mr. Loria…

Hedge funds fuel international banks

Hedge funds fuel international banks

Despite stricter banking regulations, there’s enough money in Miami to maintain its status as the biggest international banking center south of New York City, according to the new head of…

Norman Wedderburn

Norman Wedderburn

Norman Wedderburn, president and CEO of the South Florida Make-A-Wish chapter, remembers the first wish he helped grant as a volunteer. And he definitely remembers his second, which involved an…

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

In Miami-Dade County, the farther away from the central business district you live, the less likely you are to walk. For every mile away from downtown the amount of walking…

Passenger rail to Beach under microscope

An executive committee led by a trio of Miami-Dade mayors will tackle the planning and funding of South Florida’s first passenger rail to the beaches during a July 8 meeting.…

Farmers markets get grounds to grow

From now on farmers markets may set up shop in unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County as long as organizers follow certain rules. Until now, farmers markets could set up shop…

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