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Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami commissioners are considering a ban of polystyrene foam products at city parks, beaches and recreational facilities. On today’s (4/27) commission agenda is the first reading of an ordinance prohibiting…

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

A new fire station in the heart of downtown Miami is in the works to possibly replace Station 1 at 144 NE Fifth St., the city’s oldest firehouse. City commissioners…

Coconut Grove bayfront project gets cost-shaving boost

Coconut Grove bayfront project gets cost-shaving boost

Miami Parking Authority officials, working with architects and engineers, may have figured out how to shave millions in unexpected costs from a municipal garage planned for the Coconut Grove bayfront.…

Miami joins Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact

Miami joins Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact

The City of Miami has formally joined the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact as a municipal partner, and has endorsed a climate action pledge. The move marks the city…

Move to restrict use of plastic bags spreads to Miami

Move to restrict use of plastic bags spreads to Miami

On the heels of Coral Gables restricting use of plastic bags, Miami city officials will consider a similar campaign in seeking a cleaner environment. On today’s (4/13) Miami City Commission…

Mayor’s swan song a paean to Miami Marine Stadium

Mayor’s swan song a paean to Miami Marine Stadium

When Tomás Regalado ran for mayor of the City of Miami eight years ago he promised to work hard to restore long-idled Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. It took…

Cleanup of Miami River tributaries to start in May

Cleanup of Miami River tributaries to start in May

The long-awaited cleanup of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal is expected to start next month, says Horacio Stuart Aguirre, Miami River Commission chairman. Cleanup of the long-polluted Miami River tributary…

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

A multi-million-dollar deal to gain new offices for the City of Miami and open choice riverfront downtown to private development has been delayed. It involves the lease or sale of…

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

A second Miami city commissioner is going after a provision in the zoning code that allows for large-scale developments with relaxed conditions called Special Area Plans, or SAPs. Commission Chairman…

Miami River Commission eyes waterfront setbacks, walkways

Miami River Commission eyes waterfront setbacks, walkways

The Miami River Commission is backing a proposed amendment to the city’s zoning code, Miami 21, that would clarify the extent of rules on waterfront setbacks and public walkways. For…

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