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Miamidade Commissioners Plan To Pick Replacements For Jackson Overseer

The Miami-Dade County Commission voted Tuesday to support Chairman Joe Martinez's call to abandon Jackson Memorial's Public Health Trust for a financial advisory board and plans to pick members next…

Venezuelans Turn Lingering 14story Brickell Tower Into Starwood Hotel

About 900 people have done work on the Port of Miami's twin tunnel project, a number that stands to rise as a four-story boring machine makes its way to Miami-Dade.…

Miami Beach Convention Center Remake Seeking More Advice

With just two weeks of cash on hand and an expected $413 million budget gap heading into 2012, Jackson Health System officials may be unable to make payroll without $67…

Monster Boring Machine From Germany To Dig Port Of Miami Tunnels

About 900 people have done work on the Port of Miami's twin tunnel project, a number that stands to rise as a four-story boring machine makes its way to Miami-Dade.…

As Jacksons Cash Days Trickle Away Commission Talks Of Doing Something

With just two weeks of cash on hand and an expected $413 million budget gap heading into 2012, Jackson Health System officials may be unable to make payroll without $67…

County Oks Coconut Grove Playhouse Takeover Makeover

Construction may soon begin at the site of Miami's historic Coconut Grove Playhouse.…

Latin American Aviation Event Targeted For South Florida Debut

As the Beacon Council, Miami-Dade's economic development arm, fights to program the county's first international air show, representatives are working to pull a similar event to the area in hopes…

Miamidade County Cuts 17 Million To Cover Voting Costs

With one countywide and one district-wide election on the books May 24 and runoffs likely, Miami-Dade officials are working to pinpoint budget cuts to fund the balloting. No layoffs are…

Florida City Bids For 2300bed Immigration Detention Site

Florida City is applying for a grant to build an up-to-2,300 bed, $150 million US Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention and correction facility that could create 300 construction and 600…

New Ceo For Jackson Hinging On Experience

One month before Jackson Memorial Hospital's financial river is forecast to run dry, Miami-Dade must charge a new president and CEO with leading the cash-strapped hospital into the next fiscal…

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