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Brightline’s first run delayed, now year’s end targeted

All Aboard Florida’s Brightline commuter service linking West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, which was to begin in late summer, is now on track to start before year’s end,…

Downtown Miami authority asks rejection of Olympia redevelopment

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday – with board member and county Commissioner Bruno Barreiro dissenting – to recommend the City of Miami reject an offer from the…

Miami-Dade adds fourth lobbying firm that wasn’t recommended

Miami-Dade commissioners appointed an evaluation committee in July to review requests for government representation and consulting services for the county in Tallahassee. After reviewing the committee’s three recommended firms and…

Transit leaders eye Miami-Dade gas tax hike

In its quest to add layers to what chair Esteban Bovo Jr. calls the transportation “funding lasagna,” the county’s Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) may suggest that the county bump up…

FENCE RULES WAIVED AFTER IRMA

Miami-Dade commissioners this week voted to waive permitting requirements to repair and replace fences for single-family homes damaged in Hurricane Irma. Under Gov. Rick Scott’s executive order issued Sept. 4,…

Charter panel backs $99,000-plus county commission pay

Miami-Dade’s Charter Review Task Force Monday night decided to recommend raising commission pay to follow the state scale of nearly $100,000 a year and abolishing term limits for the 13…

Expanding gummy vitamin manufacturer gets county job incentives

An Opa-locka producer of vitamin products has been approved for a county incentive as it plans to add 10,000 square feet and 15 workers. County commissioners voted 11-0 to approve…

Miami votes to partner with others for an age-friendly city

As more and more Baby Boomers reach retirement age and the ranks of the silver haired grow, cities across the country are looking to create senior-friendly communities to attract the…

Argentine mogul revs up for luxury car track on county land

After talks with Homestead Miami Speedway, an Argentine car aficionado is tuning up an accord with the county to build Drivers Club Miami, a private luxury car track, garage, hotel…

Special taxing districts’ fees raised under a new ceiling

After commissioners delayed last month, the county raised special taxing district fees Tuesday, capping security district raises at $500 a year per household. Residents ask for special taxing districts to…

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