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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 on the county’s succession planning  how…

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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