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Front Page » 2017 » October (Page 2)

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

Though Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez requested that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) cover the full cost of debris removal from the county, FEMA doesn’t cover the cost of replanting…

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Years ago, the barrier island known as Virginia Key was literally a dump, final resting place for everything from empty soup cans to broken chairs, tires to tree limbs. The…

Ray Baker: County veteran now directing Public Library System

Ray Baker: County veteran now directing Public Library System

Ray Baker has been working in various Miami-Dade County departments for over two decades. Before joining the library system, he had several positions including chief of policy, legislation and business…

Filming in Miami: October 5, 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,…

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FYI Miami: October 5, 2017

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County able to (bait and) switch its transit funding sources

County able to (bait and) switch its transit funding sources

Faced with a legitimate outcry over transit cuts just as the county aims to spend $6 billion to add transit corridors, Mayor Carlos Giménez took a well-worn route last week:…

Trucks filled with fresh sand rolling to Sunny Isles Beach

Trucks filled with fresh sand rolling to Sunny Isles Beach

Sunny Isles Beach’s shoreline is critically eroded, a problem the US Army Corps of Engineers is trying to remedy through a beach renourishment starting this week, placing 140,000 cubic yards…

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

At a bend in the Miami River, just a few blocks from downtown, developers plan to open a culinary pop-up venue next month. They say it will be a taste…

New affordable housing is coming to the West Grove

New affordable housing is coming to the West Grove

New affordable housing is coming to the West Grove, after a major public-private partnership gained final approval from Miami city commissioners. Miami-Dade County is a partner with Platform 3750 LLC,…

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