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FYI Miami: May 5, 2016

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. CHECKING IN: Miami city commissioners granted final approval…

FYI Miami: May 21, 2015

RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Miami-Dade is starting from scratch in the search for firms that will establish a red light camera program for the county’s police department, now that the…

FYI Miami: May 14, 2015

BOOMING CONSTRUCTION: Contracts for future construction in South Florida more than doubled in March, rising from $400.6 million to $801.8 million Dodge Data & Analytics reports. For the first three…

FYI Miami: May 7, 2015

AIRPORT UPGRADES: Miami International Airport plans to spend $212 million to upgrade its aging Central Terminal. The airport will use the funds for upgrades in Concourse E, one of three…

FYI Miami: April 30, 2015

CARGO SURGE: PortMiami container volume grew in double digits in March and 12% for the first six months of fiscal 2015. Port officials cited 84,000 units equivalent to a 20-foot…

FYI Miami: April 23, 2015

SUCCESSION PLANNING: Miami-Dade County staff is to list senior employment positions within the county government that will be vacated over the next three years. The report is to include information…

FYI Miami: April 16, 2015

COUNTY-CITY DEVELOPMENT: Miami-Dade County is looking to partner with the Miami Parking Authority to develop a multi-story parking lot with other unspecified uses in the Civic Center, where the county…

FYI Miami: April 9, 2015

DEADLINE EXTENSION: Ordinances up for votes Tuesday would extend the time two municipal advisory committees (MACs) get to study whether to incorporate targeted areas. The county’s Unincorporated Municipal Service Area…

FYI Miami: April 2, 2015

TRI-RAIL FUNDING: Miami-Dade County has committed $13.8 million in soft pledges to partially fund expansion of Tri-Rail service to downtown Miami. The funds have yet to be approved by the…

FYI Miami: March 26, 2015

NEW LINKS TAKING WING: Twice-weekly Aerolineas Argentinas flights linking Miami and Córdoba, Argentina’s second-largest city, are among a cluster of new flights planned through Miami International Airport. The new service…

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