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Miami may add to night delivery ban

A program to prohibit commercial deliveries in the dead of night near residential neighborhoods that began as a pilot in District 4 of the City of Miami may be expanded…

Recriminations in Gables: commissioner attacks manager

Coral Gables Commissioner Vince Lago alleged at last week’s commission meeting that City Manager Cathy Swanson-Rivenbark spent city money inappropriately, sent confidential memos to a public relations firm and interfered…

Dockless bike rental rules rolling, with electric scooters next on path

Regulation of bicycle-sharing companies like LimeBike seems imminent, as three resolutions addressing the flood of dockless bikes strewn throughout Miami-Dade will next reach a full county commission vote. One resolution,…

New airlines pact would let American brand 61 MIA gates

A 15-year Miami International Airport use agreement set for county commission approval next month would grant priority concourse gate use to high-volume airlines and change the way domestic and international…

Museum Park, Biscayne Green put off-limits for car race

Though they are not directly involved in negotiations with the principals of Formula One, a company that is interested in bringing a race to Miami, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development…

Improvements for Shenandoah a meeting’s focus

City of Miami District 4 Commissioner Manolo Reyes, the city’s Office of Capital Improvements and the Department of Parks and Recreation, will be hosting a follow-up community meeting to discuss…

Public-private partnerships’ role in Miami eyed

Art Noriega, chief executive officer of the Miami Parking Authority, will take part in a June 19 panel discussion on “How Public-Private Partnerships are Shaping Miami” during the Invest: Miami…

At July meeting, county to pick charter items for fall ballot

County commissioners unanimously accepted recommendations from the Miami-Dade County Charter Review Task Force last week, paving the way for a special meeting next month to determine which proposed changes to…

Late fall opening due for Baptist Health’s 184-room Hilton

South Florida Baptist Health Hospital’s adjacent Hilton hotel has a scheduled soft opening for late November or early December. It won’t be publicized initially, while the new staff at Hilton…

Beach voters asked to OK one-shot, 52-year cost of living raises

A one-time steep jump in pay followed by annual increases for Miami Beach’s mayor and commissioners will be put to voters in a special election Aug. 28. If the referendum…

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