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FYI Miami: July 24, 2014

NATURAL GAS BIDS: Applications for a coveted contract to set up a compressed natural gas program for Miami-Dade County are due Sept. 11. Plans are for commissioners to select a company in March 2015. The county…

FYI Miami: May 8, 2014

FPL REACTORS GO TO CABINET: Staff is recommending that Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet approve Florida Power & Light’s plan to build two nuclear reactors at Turkey Point in…

FYI Miami: May 1, 2014

BRING THEM HERE: Miami-Dade Commission Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa has asked the mayor’s office to inform commissioners about travel expenses by all departments, including details about who has traveled how many…

FYI Miami: April 24, 2014

UNHEALTHY JUMP: The cost of providing health insurance to the employees of the Miami Parking Authority nearly doubled last year. That’s what the parking agency’s insurance consultant reported recently in…

FYI Miami: April 17, 2014

VIDEO GAMERS: Shiver Entertainment, a South Miami-based digital gaming firm, will expand operations to include production and development, planning to add 60 jobs and make $2.35 million in capital investments…

FYI Miami: April 10, 2014

SLOT MACHINE TAKE: A report detailing how much revenue Miami-Dade County receives from slot machines at pari-mutuels and what the pari-mutuels obligations are to the county has been drafted and…

FYI Miami: April 3, 2014

JOB CREATORS: Five companies are planning to add 158 jobs and make capital investments totaling more than $65 million in Miami-Dade County over the next three years, according to the…

FYI Miami: March 27, 2014

DON’T BLAME GAS PRICES: When consumers blame rising gasoline prices for a rising cost of living, they’re missing reality – at least in Miami. While consumer prices rose 1.6% in…

FYI Miami: March 20, 2014

TOWERING INITIATIVE: Skyrise Miami, a proposed 1,000-foot-tall waterfront glass and steel tower intended to offer an observation deck, nightclub and bungee jump-like platform on City of Miami waterfront land beside…

FYI Miami: March 13, 2014

DORM DEFICIT: Florida International University is reviewing planned expansion of on-campus housing in light of “multiple private student developments nearby and stable enrollment forecasts,” according to Fitch Ratings, which gave…

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