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Ernie Cambo: Halfway in developing Opa-locka Executive Airport

Ernie Cambo: Halfway in developing Opa-locka Executive Airport

Real estate development is in Ernie Cambo’s blood. As a child, while riding his bicycle, he’d pick out spots and say to himself that’s where a McDonald’s or Starbucks would…

More tilting of county’s contract rules is too costly to public

More tilting of county’s contract rules is too costly to public

Miami-Dade commissioners are trying to raise the cost of county purchases and lower their quality. They’re doing it by rejecting bids from out-of-town companies so that local firms must win.…

Filming in Miami: February 2, 2017

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,…

FYI Miami: February 2, 2017

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. BARE CONSTRUCTION…

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Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist groups

Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist  groups

Under threat of subpoena, Richard Corcoran, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, has demanded detailed revenue and expense records from 38 economic development and tourism organizations throughout the state,…

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium, finally destined for a multi-million-dollar rebirth, might benefit from foreign investment funds. Plenty must happen first, but if plans move forward, the stadium’s rebuilding will be eligible…

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Success of the 2016 Miami International Boat Show in carrying more than 50,000 attendees by water taxis, coupled with continued City of Miami pressure, helped motivate county officials to begin…

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Neighbors who wanted two modern-art sculptures moved out of traffic circles on Segovia Street in Coral Gables lost their battle last week when leaders refused to place the issue on…

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

Members of the governing board of the Miami-Dade County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted Jan. 26 to accept a $960,000 federal grant to study transit-oriented development along State Road 836,…

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