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Jacqueline Travisano: Chief Operating Officer for the University of Miami

Jacqueline Travisano: Chief Operating Officer for the University of Miami

As Jacqueline Travisano closes out her first year as chief operating officer and executive vice president for business and finance at the University of Miami, the university reports it has…

Filming in Miami: April 19, 2018

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: April 19, 2018

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. FILMING GRANT…

Taxes are in too short supply to support random projects

Taxes are in too short supply to support random projects

Critics asking whether governments return enough bang for our tax bucks might add a second question: are we getting the right kind of bang? Take Community Redevelopment Agencies, which under…

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami commissioners are looking to Miami Dade College to run the vintage 1926 Olympia Theater downtown. Ken Russell’s resolution for the city manager to explore the idea is on tap…

Key Biscayne-Miami lawsuit over Virginia Key nears end

Key Biscayne-Miami lawsuit over Virginia Key nears end

A three-year-old lawsuit between the Village of Key Biscayne and the City of Miami about land uses on Virginia Key may finally be over: a settlement is on today’s (4/12)…

Watson Island may get more parking space from city

Watson Island may get more parking space from city

A parking study will begin soon on city-owned Watson Island, after recent action by the Off-Street Parking Board. Officials with the Miami Parking Authority, under the direction of the board,…

El Al Airlines looks at added Miami-Tel Aviv flight

El Al Airlines looks at added Miami-Tel Aviv flight

The number of Miami travelers to Tel Aviv is exceeding expectations, and El Al Airlines is flying high. The airline is considering adding a fourth weekly flight in coming months…

Miami-Dade County civil courthouse back at square one

Miami-Dade County civil courthouse back at square one

After a five-hour-long discussion about how to move forward with plans for a new Miami-Dade County civil courthouse, commissioners Tuesday delayed substantive decisions until May. “In essence, we are right…

Miami-Dade County’s transit expenses per rider up 15%

Miami-Dade County’s transit expenses per rider up 15%

Reports from Miami-Dade County’s transit operations show the challenges of operating mass transit as the county moves to add services in its six-corridor Smart Plan for added transportation. In a…

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