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First Tax Cut Ever On Tap For Downtown Miami

For the first time ever, the quasi-independent Miami Downtown Development Authority is lowering its tax rate.…

Miami Trading Realty Teams For New Florida Marlins Ballpark Garages

Miami is trading players in the game of leasing retail space at its Marlins stadium garages.…

10year Quest For Miami Megayacht Marina Heads To Florida Cabinet

If Gov. Rick Scott's cabinet OKs a state waiver allowing for commercial development on City of Miami-owned Watson Island, Flagstone Development Group's long-planned project is just a "rubber stamp" away…

Turning Over A New Leaf Miami Turns Down Cash Today For Debt Tomorrow

Despite $31.5 million in "cash-flow savings" a bond refinancing could generate, Miami opted last week against back-loading debt payments.…

National Hunt For Miami Auditor General To Welcome Exincumbent

To fill the City of Miami's auditor general vacancy, commissioners plan to form a selection committee and conduct a national search.…

Trust May Save Miamis Historic Gusman Yet City Of Miami Could Still Pay

By cutting off vital fiscal 2011 aid to the historic Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, the fiscally troubled City of Miami aimed to save funds…

City Of Miami Film Studio Already In Use Eyes 3 Million A Year Income

At full capacity, the planned Miami Entertainment Complex could funnel almost $3 million a year to Miami's Omni Community Redevelopment Agency, according to an agency report.…

Downtown Miami Inlet A Dredging Dump Site

The vast quantity of sand dug up in planned Port of Miami deep dredging must go somewhere, and Miami-Dade County is eyeing a seven-acre inlet separating AmericanAirlines Arena from Bicentennial…

Miami To Ease Financial Pressures By Refinancing Some Loans

Up to $140 million in City of Miami bonds are to be sold in one or more series, commissioners agreed last week, including a $68.5 million chunk to be obtained…

As Brickell Charter School Fight Goes On Vote On Another Near

While the fight for a Brickell-area charter school works its way through the courts, another Mater Academy plan for a smaller K-5 site in Coconut Grove is to be up…

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