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Wynwood leaders carve out broad list of goals

Preventing another public relations disaster should the Zika virus make a re-appearance this summer, eventually expanding its boundaries, moving forward with a “woonerf” section for Northwest Third Avenue, making its…

County refuses to oppose legal ads option

Miami-Dade County commissioners on Tuesday voted against opposing state bills that would allow local governments to publish legally required notices and advertisements on their official websites instead of in newspapers.…

Miami moves to bag plastic bags

Miami city commissioners have taken the first step toward restrictions on disposable plastic shopping bags. Commissioners have approved a resolution urging Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature to repeal part…

Michigan’s economic chief to head Beacon Council

After an 11-member search since November, Michael A. Finney has been named President and CEO of the Beacon Council, Miami-Dade County’s public-private economic development partnership. He takes the reins June…

After-school programs for a total of $12 a year

Miami commissioners have authorized the city manager to execute a park programming agreement with Amigos Together For Kids Inc., to continue to provide after-school instruction and program management, family events,…

Special parking equipment for Jackson North

The City of Miami’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved the purchase and installation of special parking equipment at Jackson Memorial Hospital North Lots. Parking at the hospital is managed by…

West Grove community redevelopment area sought

The impoverished West Grove is about to get some extra attention, and the move could lead City of Miami leaders to seek establishment of another Community Redevelopment Area and governing…

State transportation team targets four Miami-Dade projects

The Florida Department of Transportation can do four projects in Miami-Dade in the next five years – Krome Avenue upgrades, the I-395 signature bridge in downtown Miami, work on I-95…

Miami crafts zoning amendments to spur affordable housing

Miami city commissioners have approved zoning amendments crafted to encourage development of much-needed affordable housing, including so-called workforce housing. For several years, city administrators, commissioners and the mayor have worked…

New Jackson South name on way

If county commissioners approve next week, Jackson South Community Hospital, 9333 SW 152nd St., will be renamed Jackson South Medical Center, but it is a change in name only. All…

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