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Speak up to county charter review or wait five more years

Speak up to county charter review or wait five more years

If you read only the daily newspaper and haven’t seen Miami Today’s reports, we’re going to tell you a well-kept secret: within two weeks a 15-member team should be named…

Filming in Miami: March 30, 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: March 30, 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. CONSUMER PRICES…

Benjamin Riestra: Makes new on-campus medical center feel like a hotel

Benjamin Riestra: Makes new on-campus medical center feel like a hotel

Benjamin J. Riestra was named chief administrative officer of the Lennar Foundation Medical Center on Aug. 14, 2015, when he returned to the health system. His role was to finish…

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Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

A multi-million-dollar deal to gain new offices for the City of Miami and open choice riverfront downtown to private development has been delayed. It involves the lease or sale of…

Small changes with big payoffs for transportation jams

Small changes with big payoffs for transportation jams

While the multi-year Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan moves forward, the county’s Transportation and Public Works Department has launched a campaign to create small changes with big payoffs. “Miami-Dade…

Good news: more schools in works for downtown Miami

Good news: more schools in works for downtown Miami

Advocates for more schools in downtown Miami – which has seen its population double over the past several years – might be encouraged by new ideas currently being circulated, and…

Beacon Council mission benefits in Madrid and Barcelona meetings

Beacon Council mission benefits in Madrid and Barcelona meetings

The Beacon Council is back in Miami after its first economic development mission of the year, which made stops in Madrid and Barcelona and saw 64 one-on-one meetings with multi-sector…

School for Advanced Studies in Doral doubling class size

School for Advanced Studies in Doral doubling class size

Just one year after opening its newest campus in Doral, the School for Advanced Studies is looking forward to doubling the class size at the campus, while all four other…

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