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FYI Miami: January 12, 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. CONDO FRAUD…

Stuart Meyers: Developing multi-family, mixed-use real estate projects

Stuart Meyers: Developing multi-family, mixed-use real estate projects

Stuart Meyers began his professional life as a CPA/auditor with Price Waterhouse in the Northeast but had fallen in love with Miami when he started visiting at age 10.  So…

Rights-of-way along major highways become trash bins

Rights-of-way along major highways become trash bins

The rights-of-way alongside major highways are in urgent need of attention, said members of the Miami-Dade’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). “I need help in keeping the Golden Glades area clean,”…

Virginia Key Advisory Board says don’t seek marina operator

Virginia Key Advisory Board says don’t seek marina operator

On a split vote, the Virginia Key Advisory Board recommended that Miami not request new proposals to improve and manage marinas on the barrier island, affording the board more time…

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

The Coral Gables commission has approved, at least in concept, a land swap between the city and Codina Partners LLC that will allow an expansion of the new public safety…

Miami affordable housing plan could double some densities

Miami affordable housing plan could double some densities

In the past three years City of Miami officials have taken several steps to help encourage construction of affordable housing. In an area where the market rate for rentals seems…

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Due to factors ranging from an oncoming retirement wave to regional shortages, the job market for nurses is full of opportunities and benefits, including competitive salary offerings and a multitude…

County seeks firm to run Miami International Airport Hotel

County seeks firm to run Miami International Airport Hotel

Once again, the county is seeking a qualified firm to manage for at least seven years the aging but profitable Miami International Airport Hotel and will begin the selection process…

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy, Miami-Dade’s first pharmacy school and the only college in Florida to offer a three-year program culminating in a doctor of pharmacy degree, reached…

Time to turn our too-familiar issues into unfamiliar action

Time to turn our too-familiar issues into unfamiliar action

If global and national concerns are uncharted waters as 2017 opens, Miami’s top issues are far too familiar. Our local issues linger on. They fall not onto a list of…

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