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FYI Miami: September 18, 2014

NATURAL GAS BIDS: The deadline to seek a contract to set up a compressed natural gas program for Miami-Dade County has been extended two weeks. Applications are now due Sept. 25. Miami-Dade wants to save by…

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LINK PLANS: The Metropolitan Planning Organization, the county's transportation planning agency, will delay a vote that could authorize a proposed rapid transit line between Miami and Miami…

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BRICKELL RE-PLANS: Brian Collins, a partner with New York-based Millennium Partnership, said he is likely to come up in October with a new proposal for the undeveloped…

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MARRIOTT POST: Sara Tucker, former director of operations at the JW Marriott in Quito, Ecuador, was recently named general manager of the high-end hotel chain's Miami location…

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NINE MONTHS OUT: Approval of the advisory board's measure would take at least nine months, said Ana Gelabert-Sanchez, director of the city's planning and zoning board. She…

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UK TRADE MISSION: Enterprise Florida announced a preliminary survey of Team Florida United Kingdom Trade Mission participants shows an increase in economic activity between Florida and the…

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PORT POSITIVES: Despite political and economic turmoil in Latin America, the Port of Miami saw cargo traffic increase 1.7% in the first half of 2002 compared to…

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MIAMI ARENA DITCHED: Feld Entertainment, producer of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey and Disney On Ice, announced Tuesday it will move the shows to the American…

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PORT PLUSES: Despite earlier negative forecasts, both passenger and cargo traffic at the Port of Miami increased by more than 5% in the first five months of…

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PARK WEST TOUR: Miami Mayor Manny Diaz took a two-hour tour of Park West Monday with a group of residents and business owners. They told the mayor…

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