Recent Comments

Archives

  • www.miamitodaynews.com
Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Linkedin
Front Page » Breaking News (Page 4)

235 sexual predators in encampment spurn housing offers

A discussion and preliminary vote to amend the county code’s language on overnight camping pressed Miami-Dade commissioners to consider alternative solutions for housing the county’s homeless sexual predators and offenders.…

A new city department might build affordable housing

An idea voiced last month by newly-elected Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo for the city to build its own affordable housing is already taking shape. Mr. Carollo is joined by the…

Applications open for Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards

Miami Today is accepting entries until Feb. 14 for its 19th annual Gold Medal Awards competition, which spotlights six elite individuals, companies and institutions that have been honored by others…

Trade show may spur Miami’s textile and manufacturing sectors

As part of a collective effort to reinvigorate Miami’s textile and manufacturing industries, Apparel Textile Sourcing has selected the Mana Wynwood Convention Center as its newest location to host its…

County alters public-private deal procurement procedures

Miami-Dade commissioner passed legislation updating the county’s procurement procedures for public private partnerships last month after taking recommendations from their Public Private Partnership Task Force. The commission created its P3…

Effort fails to index county’s living wage to cost of living

Miami-Dade commissioner have deferred indefinitely an item to increase the county’s living wage to meet the updated Consumer Price Index and the cost of living in the county, fearing it…

Most people ever on the job in Miami, a 2.3% yearly rise

With a strong spurt in employment, Miami-Dade has more non-farm workers on the job today than ever in history, the most recent data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics…

Value of South Florida construction starts gains 7%

The value of construction starts in South Florida rose 7% in November from November 2016, reaching almost $612 million, Dodge Data & Analytics reported. The single-digit gain masks a 55%…

Little Havana gets a health boost

The Miami City Commission has accepted $144,375 from the Health Foundation of South Florida for the 2018 program year and $151,594 for the 2019 program year for the administration and…

100 ‘great’ affordable housing ideas offer county multiple paths

The county will soon have access to 100 new ideas to help increase access to affordable housing in Miami-Dade. Radical Partners, a social impact accelerator, hosted a “100 Great Ideas…

  • www.miamitodayepaper.com
Advertisement