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Trying again for grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard

Turned down in October for $1 million in Florida Department of Transportation funding for the Biscayne Green project to build a grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has re-applied to the department, said…

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

Miami-Dade commissioners are being asked to authorize $12.2 million for contract workers to service 10 added early voting sites for the presidential election, which officials say would save $1 million…

Miami seeks millions from Waterways Assistance Program

Miami seeks millions from Waterways Assistance Program

From extending the baywalk to establishing mooring areas, Miami is seeking millions in grant funding for water-related projects in a series of applications that city commissioners recently approved to the…

Miami International Airport and PortMiami booming

Miami International Airport and PortMiami booming

Miami International Airport and PortMiami are booming as Miami’s most important economic engines and tools in positioning the area as a gateway to the Americas, Bill Johnson, Florida secretary of…

Presidential election triggers financial trepidation

Presidential election triggers financial trepidation

Presidential elections almost always cause financial uncertainty in the market and for many concerned about their jobs or salaries, but a number of investment advisors are seeing more than usual…

Florida Department of State to maintain Miami Circle

Florida Department of State to maintain Miami Circle

The Florida Department of State has agreed to pay to clean and maintain the historic Miami Circle site at the mouth of the Miami River in Brickell. The new agreement…

Experimental reversible traffic lanes on way

Experimental reversible traffic lanes on way

Experts have begun a hunt for the best spots in Miami-Dade to try reversible traffic lanes and plan to target at least two by Sept. 30. Soon after commissioners Dec.…

Upset commission defers report on PortMiami’s southwest corner

Upset commission defers report on PortMiami’s southwest corner

County commissioners upset with Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s handling of their directive to seek proposals for developing PortMiami’s southwest corner agreed to defer accepting his report detailing ways he’s looking for…

Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority losing power

Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority losing power

Miami city commissioners have begun altering the powers of the Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority, building in more oversight. What some see as a shakeup of the 11-member authority comes…

Miami acts on transit-oriented development

Miami acts on transit-oriented development

Miami commissioners have approved land use and zoning changes expected to bring new residential and commercial uses to the city’s northern reaches as part of a transit-oriented development. The Upper…

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