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American’s Torno takes off for Texas

American’s Torno takes off for Texas

Art Torno, the American Airlines executive who replaced longstanding Senior VP Peter Dolara as VP of Mexico, Caribbean and Latin American operations in Miami and became the airline’s senior official…

City easement lets railroad go airborne

City easement lets railroad go airborne

In order to build its MiamiCentral train station downtown with elevated tracks, All Aboard Florida needed an aerial easement over Miami streets. City commissioners last week granted the easement to…

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

A streetscape renovation for Miracle Mile that has been on the drawing boards since 2002 looks ready to kick off and has grown to include Giralda Avenue between Ponce de…

Naming game a priority for county

Naming game a priority for county

County commissioners deferred discussion to Oct. 6 on their individual priorities for the 2016 State Legislature but unanimously approved guiding principles last week and urging resolutions adopted by the board…

Million-dollar-and-up Gables homes sell well

Million-dollar-and-up Gables homes sell well

The residential market in Coral Gables is so strong that, if priced correctly, single-family homes are selling in less than a week. That’s what Coral Gables Commissioner Jeannett Slesnick has…

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60-story river towers worry neighbors

60-story river towers worry neighbors

The developer behind a two-tower project planned to rise on riverfront land west of the Miami Avenue Bridge was questioned by disgruntled residents already living within the community during a…

Balancing act vital in choosing users of scarce public lands

Balancing act vital in choosing users of scarce public lands

Diametrically opposed views on handing PortMiami sites to business users raise questions about how government should disburse scarce public land. One end of the spectrum is like the kid with…

FYI Miami: October 1, 2015

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. MUM’S THE…

Short-term Brickell, downtown traffic fixes

Short-term Brickell, downtown traffic fixes

The city will fund the training and staffing of 22 traffic management officers. The Downtown Development Authority advocated for the personnel to be included in the city’s proposed budget, which…

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