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Miami commissioners absent, vote on marina redevelopment put off

Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado’s move to get a marina redevelopment project on the November ballot faltered Monday morning. He had called a special meeting of the city commission, but only…

County parks advisory committee still 10 members short

The Parks and Recreation Citizens Advisory Committee, which enables local citizens to make recommendations to improve and promote parks facilities and programs in Miami-Dade County, is still looking to fill…

Three new express bus route launches running late

As part of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan, Miami-Dade and its Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) included eight Bus Express Rapid Transit routes, several of which were to launch…

Wells Fargo ends regional job, area president leads county

After shaking up its management structure, Wells Fargo has eliminated the South Florida regional president position to bring leaders closer to the field. The three area presidents who reported to…

FinTech seeing huge usage surge, but some banks still fight it

When the capabilities of technology increased, the financial sector saw a way to benefit. Financial technology, commonly known as FinTech, complemented the industry by providing fast, efficient ways to handle…

Big depositors’ interest rate gains don’t trickle down

Though the Federal Reserve has nudged the prime rate up gradually, with three small hikes since December, average holders of interest-bearing accounts shouldn’t expect to reap higher returns anytime soon,…

Meeting to look at future of Museum Park

The City of Miami’s newest waterfront park, Museum Park on Biscayne Bay, is under the microscope this week. The city posted notice that two or more city commissioners are expected…

Miami meetings seeking ideas on transportation

The City of Miami needs your ideas on transportation projects. The Office of Transportation has scheduled a series of community outreach meetings beginning this week. The city is considering the…

“Paint Me Miami” seeks artist entrants

The Miami Arts & Entertainment Council invites Miami artists, art students, up-and-coming artists and art aficionados to participate in the sixth annual art competition, “Paint Me Miami.” It’s an open…

1,000 students to get $1,000 apiece to finish college

A foundation’s gift will hand 1,000 students in the last year of their studies at Miami Dade College and Florida International University $1,000 apiece each year to expedite completion of…

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