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Influx might kick start scooters as transit aids

Motorized scooters got mixed reviews when they were deployed this year throughout the City of Miami. A lack of regulation and direction led to complaints, but some city officials witnessed…

Youth baseball academy, long promised to Miami, on deck

A youth baseball academy in the nation’s Southeast remains a priority for Major League Baseball, whose leadership shares a “strong interest” with current Miami Marlins owners in building an academy…

Overtown development unit seems here to stay

Despite measurable progress, the Overtown area will still need help in the form of community reinvestment for the next 24 years, directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency…

Report near on research hub for human and animal genetics

Miami-Dade commissioners should expect to receive a report on how the county could create a hub for research and growth of human and animal genetics in about two weeks, Miami-Dade…

Home design show finds home with designs on Wynwood

After a detour to Miami Beach for several years, the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show is returning to Miami, this time to Wynwood. It’s scheduled for Aug. 31 to…

Working at home faces proposed rules package

New regulations may come to those working from home, as Miami-Dade County commissioners last week sent to a public hearing proposed zoning amendments that would affect cottage industries in unincorporated…

Applicants line up to become state’s top financial regulator

Five of the 34 applicants to become Florida’s top financial regulator, including state Rep. Jay Fant, were to be considered for the post by Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet…

Term limits retained for commission

Miami-Dade commissioners opted Tuesday not to ask voters to remove their term limits in a 5-6 vote at a meeting to discuss county charter changes. “No one has ever told…

Team to state case to host Democratic National Convention

The Democratic National Convention is one step closer to coming to Miami Beach in July 2020, and a team presentation by government and business leaders this week is geared to…

Gables rejects cost of living adjustments for its employees

City of Coral Gables retirees won’t be receiving a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) in 2018. The City Commission has voted unanimously to not fund it, going against the Pension…

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