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Congressional Ok Of Channel Dredging Positions Port For Boom

The Port of Miami has won congressional approval to dredge a 50-foot channel that — along with the construction of the port tunnel — would help the facility double the…

Sea Shipper Preparingfor 160 Million Expansion

The Port of Miami has struck a $160 million deal with ocean cargo company Seaboard Marine that will result in a new maintenance area and export garage at the facility,…

Residential Lending Woes Beginning To Take Toll On Commercial Projects

Banks have tightened lending to commercial developers and are monitoring existing commercial real estate accounts as a result of the sub-prime residential mortgage crisis, bankers say.…

Lack Of Guidelines Leaves Urban Development Issue Unsettled

Miami-Dade County commissioners say the Urban Boundary Line shouldn't be etched in stone while environmentalists think it's immovable — and the county mayor's veto pen appears to support their contention.…

Miami International Airport Handles More Cargo Passengers Than In 2006

Miami International Airport passenger and cargo loads this year are on pace to exceed those in 2006, ensuring that the airport will keep its ranking as one of the busiest…

County Committee Moves To Formalize Increased Control Over Carnival Center

A Miami-Dade County committee Monday endorsed changes in place since June that tighten the county's financial oversight at the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts.…

Dade County Staff Instructed To Provide Publicprivate Project Reports

A request for a quarterly report on all Miami-Dade County public-private projects — a task called "time consuming" by the county manager — was ordered by commissioners last week.…

Florida International University Medical School Gets 10m In Dade County Bond Money

Miami-Dade County commissioners Tuesday agreed to give $10 million in General Obligation Bond interest earnings to Florida International University for a medical school project that was not among those approved…

Florida Light Amp Powers 8b Reactors Projected To Bring 3000 Construction Jobs

Despite environmental concerns, a Miami-Dade County panel has approved Florida Power & Light's plan to build two new reactors at its Turkey Point plant — a project that would cost…

Council Of Americas Looking At A Miami Home

The Council of the Americas may soon have a permanent home in Miami, which would make the city a top contender for the secretariat of the Free Trade Area of…

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