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Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

“We’re a city in transition,” says Edward A. Rojas, Doral city manager. “It’s a unique situation in that we were a little sleepy suburban community and now we’re a product…

Ambitious projects to redevelop Coral Gables municipal garages

Ambitious projects to redevelop Coral Gables municipal garages

Two ambitious projects have been proposed to redevelop Coral Gables municipal garages that sit on land the city considers underutilized. The redevelopment has been discussed for several years and a…

General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres talk cinema deal

General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres talk cinema deal

With a controversy among the Coral Gables cinema community settled, General Growth Properties and Landmark Theatres are free to negotiate with the City of Coral Gables to put a multi-screen…

Factors keeping healthcare costs steady

Factors keeping healthcare costs steady

A variety of factors has helped keep healthcare costs steady, observers say. “Growth in healthcare spending has remained relatively stable in the United States, Florida and South Florida,” said Karoline…

Transit trust puts first and last mile first

Transit trust puts first and last mile first

Among priorities for next year, the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust has targeted solutions for the “first and last mile,” the distance commuters travel from their homes to public transit and…

Leaders strive to fix Miami’s Transportation problems

Leaders strive to fix Miami’s Transportation problems

Though Miami’s transportation problems are well known, there’s also no shortage of leaders trying to break the gridlock. Mitch Bierman, a member of the Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman…

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament is studded with leaders who specialize is both traditional and non-traditional learning. Javier Betancourt, director of economic improvement for the City of Coral Gables, nominated Cheli Cerra,…

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s governing board has voted to accept an agreement among local agencies that will allow Tri-Rail trains to roll into the new MiamiCentral station by…

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

To propel their neighborhood even further on the path of being an entertainment venue, members of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) last month discussed changing the way alcohol permits…

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws, beware – you may be in the next target of county officials who have stepped up efforts in the ongoing search for funding for transit projects. At the…

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