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Miami had tucked away money for storms like Hurricane Irma

City of Miami government officials prepare for storms like Hurricane Irma by tucking away money for emergency needs, lining up a fleet of private contractors with trucks and chainsaws, and taking proactive action like cleaning out…

Marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key contentious

Marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key contentious

When Miami city commissioners gather for a special meeting next week on the fate of marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key they will have before them the 2010 Virginia…

Brickell City Centre to build fire station for city

Brickell City Centre to build fire station for city

The developer will build a fire station at billion-dollar Brickell City Centre as part of a public benefits program of the City of Miami. The deal, worked out between city…

The Underline on a $100 million quest

The Underline on a $100 million quest

The Underline, Miami’s soon-to-be 10-mile linear park and urban trail running along the land below the Metrorail, continues on its seemingly obstacle-free path to break ground early next year, with…

Downtown Development Authority hires lobbyist to add dockage

Downtown Development Authority hires lobbyist to add dockage

In an effort to offer boaters more opportunities to explore downtown, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday to hire Floridian Partners to help get more dockage – especially for boats…

Frustration mounts over traffic congestion, no funding

Frustration mounts over traffic congestion, no funding

County commissioners are voicing increasing frustration over what might be the public’s reaction to promises that something will be done about traffic congestion in Miami-Dade when there’s still no funding…

Helping Little Havana add music, sidewalk cafés

Helping Little Havana add music, sidewalk cafés

The folks who help Little Havana pulsate are turning to City of Miami leaders to keep the beat alive. Area tourism boosters appeared before city commissioners to celebrate the growing…

Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

A plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key into a state-of-the-art bike and pedestrian path and parkway has been upgraded. From Miami architect Bernard Zyscovich comes…

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami commissioners may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park. On today’s (4/28) agenda is a resolution to contract with Cherokee Enterprises Inc. for $4,484,185 for the environmental remediation.…

Tunnel new weapon in Brickell Avenue Bridge jams

Tunnel new weapon in Brickell Avenue Bridge jams

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have come up with a new weapon in their ongoing quest to solve traffic problems associated with the Brickell Avenue Bridge. For years, the…

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