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Front Page » 2016 » July (Page 4)

3-D life-size replica of Miami Circle may be on way

3-D life-size replica of Miami Circle may be on way

Imagine being able to see a 3-D life-size replica of the Miami Circle, a 2,000-year-old Tequesta Indian artifact at the mouth of the Miami River. As part of a renewed…

Knight Foundation fuels tech ecosystem

Knight Foundation fuels tech ecosystem

As Miami continues to see a booming technology sector, the Knight Foundation is striving to work with the greater community to support start-up businesses by providing Miami’s entrepreneurs with the…

Filming in Miami: July 14, 2016

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

County hall’s big pay raise: commissioners need not apply

County hall’s big pay raise: commissioners need not apply

As a 9.1% property value rise swells Miami-Dade tax revenue, most county hall employees are in line for 4% cost-of-living pay hikes starting Oct. 1. But one group will be…

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Commissioners look to reward well-behaved cabbies

Commissioners look to reward well-behaved cabbies

County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava is refining legislation that would reward good behavior of for-hire drivers operating in Miami-Dade, and on Monday discussed with Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr. the possibility…

General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres talk cinema deal

General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres talk cinema deal

With a controversy among the Coral Gables cinema community settled, General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres are free to negotiate with the City of Coral Gables to put a multi-screen…

Small business to renourish and widen beaches on Miami Beach

Small business to renourish and widen beaches on Miami Beach

The US Army Corps of Engineers’ Jacksonville District has awarded a Florida small business an almost $12 million contract to renourish and widen beaches at two Miami Beach hotspots near…

Marinas on Virginia Key get rejection slip

Marinas on Virginia Key get rejection slip

Start from scratch. That’s the advice to Miami city commissioners from the new Virginia Key Advisory Board, to throw out all pending proposals for marinas on Virginia Key and start…

2,300 Brickell condo openings delayed

2,300 Brickell condo openings delayed

Although developers have held back on adding new product to the Brickell condo market in response to a slowdown in sales, area brokers say the market is still resilient –…

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