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Miami-Dade Charter Review Task Force rejects return of county manager

Members of the public advocated before a Charter Review Task Force for a commission-appointed manager for Miami-Dade, but the panel tasked with reviewing the county charter for revisions decided to maintain a decade-old strong mayor system.The…

MiamiCentral and Brightline get aerial easement boost

MiamiCentral and Brightline get aerial easement boost

Not only is MiamiCentral and its Brightline passenger rail service designed to help unclog congested roadways, but the elevated train station also serves to keep street traffic downtown on the…

Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami officials are preparing to immediately restore one of the city’s most historic houses, with a tentative goal of reopening part of a riverfront park downtown. The Miami River Commission…

Miami Beach convention center hotel plan delayed

Miami Beach convention center hotel plan delayed

Miami Beach won’t be told how to develop a headquarters convention hotel until June or later, more than a year after commissioners appointed a seven-member study team that was expected…

Miami-Dade closer to building new courthouse

Miami-Dade closer to building new courthouse

Miami-Dade is getting closer to building an estimated $361 million civil courthouse, whether through a private partnership or some kind of lease payment from the private sector for properties the…

Miami may kick-start sports park on Virginia Key landfill

Miami may kick-start sports park on Virginia Key landfill

Miami Commissioner Ken Russell is ready to kick-start a sports park on an old Virginia Key landfill. He made his pitch to the Virginia Key Advisory Board. He’d asked to…

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami commissioners are considering a ban of polystyrene foam products at city parks, beaches and recreational facilities. On today’s (4/27) commission agenda is the first reading of an ordinance prohibiting…

Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Miami-Dade’s County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved joint development at the Omni bus terminal with access to the Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station for Resorts World Miami LLC, which is…

Mayor’s swan song a paean to Miami Marine Stadium

Mayor’s swan song a paean to Miami Marine Stadium

When Tomás Regalado ran for mayor of the City of Miami eight years ago he promised to work hard to restore long-idled Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. It took…

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

A multi-million-dollar deal to gain new offices for the City of Miami and open choice riverfront downtown to private development has been delayed. It involves the lease or sale of…

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