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Miami Commissioners Give Initial Ok To Proposed Budget Which Calls For Deferred Payments To Retiree Health Plans Garbage Fee Increase

Miami officials plan to erase $48.5 million in red ink in this year's budget by deferring $15 million in payments to the health plans of city retirees as well as…

Miami Commissioners Approve Hotel Retailentertainment Complex To Revitalize Struggling Jungle Island

Seeking to inject economic vitality into its struggling animal theme park, Jungle Island plans to add a themed hotel and retail-entertainment complex.…

40000 Miami Residents Get Bogus Flood Zone Notices City Doesnt Plan To Issue Corrections

The City of Miami mistakenly wrote to 40,000 residents that their homes are in flood zones and doesn't plan to write again to correct the error. …

Commercial Real Estate Market Isnt Sharing Woes Of Residential Counterpart

Unstable conditions in residential real estate aren't spilling over to the commercial market in Miami-Dade County, the county's property appraiser says.…

Dolphin Mall Keeps Growing Even As Economy Struggles

Dolphin Mall has a lot to be thankful for during these cash-strapped times, including increased sales, new tenants and now a hotel on-site, mall officials say.…

Coconut Grove Leaders Want To Strengthen Retail District Improve Mix Of Businesses

With retail complexes in nearby Brickell and Coral Gables stealing the spotlight, Coconut Grove business and civic leaders agree the area needs a transformation.…

Miami To Cut 50 Jobs Freeze 30 Vacant Positions In Effort To Erase 35 Million Deficit

Miami city officials plan to cut 50 jobs and freeze 30 more vacant positions to help erase $35 million in red ink in the city's proposed budget.…

Miami Commissioners To Push Budget Agendas This Week Trash Fee Overtime Cuts To Be Discussed

Miami's commissioners know exactly what's important to them as they head into individual meetings with City Manager Pete Hernandez this week to contemplate this year's budget.…

Miami Downtown Development Authoritys Interim Leadership Looks For Accountability

While the Miami Downtown Development Authority decides if and when it will begin searching for a new executive director, the agency's interim leadership is moving full-speed ahead planning for the…

Falling Property Values High Fuel Costs Hurting Miamis Budget

While Miami city staffers made little mention at a budget workshop Monday of where $35 million in cuts should come from, staff did detail the roots of the city's rising…

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