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Front Page » 2017 » February (Page 4)

MIA closing in on serving Israel’s El Al Airlines

MIA closing in on serving Israel’s El Al Airlines

Miami International Airport is inching closer to serving Israel’s El Al Airlines after county aviation officials visited Israel this month. The delegation, led by Director Emilio T. González, met with…

Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Miami city commissioners have approved a new request for proposals to improve and operate the marinas on Virginia Key and they built in a local workforce requirement. Commissioners added language…

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Work may begin soon on a unique mixed-use development in the shadow of I-95. Called Megacenter Brickell, the project plans to combine multi-family apartments with office, retail, self-storage and parking…

Free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities coming soon

Free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities coming soon

Electronic Media Systems Inc. is soon to offer free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities, including Miami International Airport and PortMiami, for eight years and pay the county at least $500,000…

Loews Miami Beach Hotel rocks – with 100 minerals

Loews Miami Beach Hotel rocks – with 100 minerals

Loews Miami Beach Hotel aims to be a market leader, and by the end of February operators hope to cement that position by showing results of a $50 million renovation…

Funds sought for new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade

Funds sought for new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade

Voters won’t approve a bond issue to finance a new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade, officials agree, so other funding methods will be necessary to replace a building with $73 million…

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Speaker looks to throw out state’s baby with the bath water

Speaker looks to throw out state’s baby with the bath water

A war on economic development led by the speaker of Florida’s House could leave the state’s economy in shambles by reducing new high-paying jobs to employ our fast-growing workforce. Speaker…

Lawrence Feldman: School board chairman wants businesses to chime in

Lawrence Feldman: School board chairman wants businesses to chime in

For Larry Feldman, family is everything and his includes blood relatives, the people he works with and all the students in Miami-Dade.  In fact, Dr. Feldman was once willing to…

FYI Miami: February 9, 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. COMPENSATION COSTS…

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