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Liliana Ayalde: Using her diplomatic skills for US Southern Command

Liliana Ayalde: Using her diplomatic skills for US Southern Command

Ambassador Liliana Ayalde has been civilian deputy to the US Southern Command’s Admiral Kurt Tidd for less than a year, and she has already left a lasting impression. “She is…

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

The first eight of 136 Metrorail cars to replace Miami-Dade’s metro fleet are in various stages of testing, the Department of Transportation and Public Works says. The first train is…

El Al about to fly new Tel Aviv-Miami route

El Al about to fly new Tel Aviv-Miami route

On Nov. 1, El Al will fly its first passengers from Miami to Tel Aviv through its new route at the Miami International Airport. MIA has been in contact with…

Armando Bucelo Jr.: Actively chairs Miami Dade College Board of Trustees

Armando Bucelo Jr.: Actively chairs Miami Dade College Board of Trustees

Armando Bucelo says he is ‘never bored,’ and is always working to make Miami an even more vibrant community.  Mr. Bucelo was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Miami…

Norman Braman: Prepares for opening of Institute of Contemporary Art

Norman Braman: Prepares for opening of Institute of Contemporary Art

In Norman Braman’s conference room you will find those things closest to his heart: a revolutionary war flag from 1777 and a framed, handwritten note from his granddaughter, reminding him…

EB-5 investor visa program may face dramatic change

EB-5 investor visa program may face dramatic change

After years of short-term extensions, the fate of the EB-5 investor visa program is still unknown among local and national experts, but most agree that dramatic changes to the program…

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

Though Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez requested that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) cover the full cost of debris removal from the county, FEMA doesn’t cover the cost of replanting…

José Oliva: Sets agenda for upcoming role as Speaker of House

José Oliva: Sets agenda for upcoming role as Speaker of House

When out of session for the Florida House of Representatives, José Oliva runs his family cigar company and prioritizes time with his wife and three children. “My favorite part of…

Miami-Dade still doesn’t know who foots Hurricane Irma bills

Miami-Dade still doesn’t know who foots Hurricane Irma bills

While Miami-Dade County officials are hard at work recovering from Hurricane Irma, the county still doesn’t know who is to foot the bill for the preparations and pick-up, and it…

Maria Nardi: Directs cleanup, recovery of county parks and beaches

Maria Nardi: Directs cleanup, recovery of county parks and beaches

After directing Miami-Dade County’s Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department for only two months, Maria Nardi is leading the cleanup and recovery effort of 270 parks, 20 miles of roads,…

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