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County Panel Looking To Other Airports For Ideas On Crafting Aviation Authority

The committee charged with designing an independent airport authority for Miami-Dade County is learning from mistakes and successes of other regions before crafting a proposal of its own.…

County Manager Reorganizes Top Staff Trims 1 Million From Payroll

Miami-Dade County Manager George Burgess has trimmed almost $1 million from his payroll by eliminating positions, cutting salaries and consolidating functions in his office.…

Penelas Urges Transportation Watchdog Group To Assert Itself

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United Way Changes Standards For Determining Funding

united way changes standards for determining funding homestead lifts residential moratorium but adopts restrictions hotel planned for venamerica site near miami international airport penelas urges transportation watchdog group to…

New System To Keep Closer Watch On Drivers At Toll Plazas

united way changes standards for determining funding homestead lifts residential moratorium but adopts restrictions hotel planned for venamerica site near miami international airport penelas urges transportation watchdog group to…

County Hopes For Homeland Security Base In Homestead

The federal government wants to create homeland security training facilities nationwide, and Miami-Dade County officials want to make part of the former Homestead Air Force Base one of them.…

Usa Patriot Act Forcing Moneytransfer Services Out Of Business

Money-transfer services are going out of business because they cannot comply with USA Patriot Act regulations, experts say.…

Large Shipper Threatens To Leave Because Of Inadequate Bridge Over Miami River

Inadequacies of the 79-year-old Fifth Street Bridge are causing the largest cargo shipper on the Miami River to consider moving from Miami, which could cripple river cargo traffic and throw…

Northern Trust Slashes Miami Marketing Department As Part Of Corporate Cutbacks

Northern Trust has slashed its Miami marketing department, eliminating three full-time positions.…

Port Of Miami Shippers Feeling Squeezed By Steppedup Inspections

Department of Homeland Security inspections are triggering shipping-fee increases and delays at Port of Miami and leading transshipping lines to consider working abroad.…

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