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Facing fund crunch, parks’ defenders hit the trail

Just a few months shy of budget hearings, Miami-Dade County commissioners in the Parks and Cultural Affairs Committee are vowing not to cut any more funding to the Parks Department…

Plans in works could swell Miami hotel room count 25%

Miami-Dade has so many hotel rooms planned or in construction that if all were built they would equal 25% of today’s inventory. Now in the pipeline are 13,489 hotel rooms,…

City asks how its spending dollars can make good sense

How would you like the chance to tell City of Miami officials how to spend your tax dollars? You can do just that at a series of community budget meetings…

Miami tries to take bite out of mosquito season

The City of Miami is asking residents to keep mosquito safety in mind as city workers take measures to limit mosquito breeding in the upcoming warm and rainy months. “We…

Miami goes after state on Flagler construction delays

Miami city commissioners upset with unending delays on reconstruction of main thoroughfares West Flagler and Southwest First streets are going after the state. The city commission unanimously approved a resolution…

Outreach meeting on Baywalk and Riverwalk set

The Miami Baywalk & Riverwalk Public Outreach Meeting and Design Charrette #2 is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, May 14. The Miami Downtown Development Authority is putting on…

New Grove lease for US Sailing Center flows ahead

The fate of the US Sailing Center on the waterfront in Coconut Grove may be decided this week. A new lease for the city-owned site is on the Miami commission’s…

As patients wait, second proton therapy unit coming

The Miami Cancer Institute, which opened its doors to its first Proton Therapy Center in November, anticipates opening up two more units in the next couple of months, according to…

Aircraft repair firms asked to rebuild their airport hubs

Three long-time aircraft repair tenants at Miami International Airport employing a total of more than 500 workers will either demolish and replace their current homes or renovate them to current…

Dealers may store overflow cars in malls’ parking lots

Underused parking lots around the county may become extra storage space for car dealers around the county. Miami-Dade County commissioners next month are to vote to change zoning laws to…

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