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Fixes Ahead For Bond Program

Glitches have popped up in Miami-Dade County's Building Better Communities bond …

Mural Law Violators On Short End Of Airport Advertising Contract

Miami-Dade commissioners promised billboard advertising companies last spring they would suffer consequences for erecting illegal murals on the sides of buildings. They kept their promise Tuesday by making it unlikely…

Miamis Budget At Risk After Illegal Commission Meeting

In failing to notify the public of a budget workshop last month, Miami violated Florida's Government in the Sunshine Law, a slipup that could make the city's 2008 budget illegal…

County Commissioner Trying To Abolish Wait Time For Limos

Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman is having a hard time selling a plan to free limousines and other luxury vehicles for hire from a required one-hour wait to pick up fares…

Homestead Hospital Move Into New Facility A Smooth One

Three baby deliveries, a patient count of 100 and a packed emergency room made for a seemingly routine afternoon Sunday at Homestead Hospital.…

County To Regulate Limit Huge Mural Advertisements

Businesses that want to promote products and services on massive murals on the sides of downtown Miami buildings will have to vie for 30 commercial spots allowed by Miami-Dade County.…

County Commissioners Brace For Fight Over Housing Agency

Miami-Dade commissioners went into lock-and-load mode Tuesday in their dealings with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development over control of the county's housing agency.…

County Officials Calls For Forensic Audit Of Art Program

The head of Miami-Dade County's Art in Public Places program says he can account for the whereabouts of the program's art down to the last piece. But County Commissioner Sally…

County Officials Ask Um To Promise Not To Dilute Jackson Services

Miami-Dade County commissioners don't have a say in the planned University of Miami acquisition of Cedars Medical Center. But the commission's Health & Public Service Committee wants university officials' written…

Rubio Running Out Of Time For Taxreform Plan

Crucial days are ahead for Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio's campaign to roll back local government spending and let Florida voters decide whether to replace property taxes with sales taxes.…

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