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Half-penny transportation tax may be on November ballot

Half-penny transportation tax may be on November ballot

Another half-penny transportation tax may be on the November ballot as Miami-Dade scrambles to add transit. At last week’s Chairman’s Policy Council, Commissioner Jean Monestime said he’ll ask attorneys to…

Enterprise Florida plans first services-only trade mission to Brazil

Enterprise Florida plans first services-only trade mission to Brazil

State economic development agency Enterprise Florida will for the first time field a trade mission exclusively for service providers when it travels June 23-27 to São Paulo, Brazil. “The reason…

Coconut Grove Playhouse script gets major rewrite

Coconut Grove Playhouse script gets major rewrite

The script has been rewritten again in the seemingly endless drama over the fate of the closed and dilapidated Coconut Grove Playhouse. The latest plot twist has a Miami-Dade commissioner…

Components of vast Miami Worldcenter coming together

Components of vast Miami Worldcenter coming together

The vast components of the sweeping Miami Worldcenter project are coming together as residential towers rise and plans for a 330,000-plus-square-foot shopping venue are being finalized. A team representing developers…

Tax reduction on pass-through companies to have big impact

Tax reduction on pass-through companies to have big impact

Tax experts and individual business owners welcome the income tax reduction on pass-through companies that’s starting this year. Despite its complexities, the change is expected to help area business owners…

Miami River could double current cargo load

Miami River could double current cargo load

An ongoing state-led study, part of the Miami River Freight Improvement Plan, concludes the river has the capacity to handle double the cargo now on the waterway. “There’s a lot…

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Most colleges and universities in Miami-Dade are seeing the enrollment of international undergraduates rising as their numbers decline nationwide. Florida is an exception, said Florida International University economics Professor Jorge…

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Revolutionary end to Miami’s gridlock takes familiar route

Revolutionary end to Miami’s gridlock takes familiar route

Watching a 16-week competition to solve Miami’s mobility crisis we expected the revolutionary: overhead gondolas, waterborne transit, autonomous vehicles or a technology we’d never even heard of. So when the…

Raul Moas: To lead Knight effort to help start-ups grow and scale

Raul Moas: To lead Knight effort to help start-ups grow and scale

Though Raul Moas doesn’t begin his position as the Knight Foundation’s Miami program director until March 1, he’s already taking cues from the community to see how Knight can best…

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