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Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

One of two mixed-use residential projects planned for Miami’s Omni neighborhood won a green light from a city review board last week as the other was deferred for more design work. Both are from The Melo Group,…

Private developer has designs on Fort Dallas Park in Miami

Private developer has designs on Fort Dallas Park in Miami

Fort Dallas Park, on the Miami River downtown, could be redeveloped and include a new restaurant and improvements to a historic cottage on the city-owned site. The plan for improvements…

Virginia Key advisory group tries to get ahead of events

Virginia Key advisory group tries to get ahead of events

Members of the Virginia Key Advisory Board want to be more proactive and less reactionary. The operations and scope of the barely one-and-a-half-year-old body were discussed at the board’s last…

City of Miami budget tops $1 billion, adds 60 jobs

City of Miami budget tops $1 billion, adds 60 jobs

The proposed budget for the coming fiscal year in the City of Miami is a symbol of financial stability and prosperity, as it tops out above $1 billion and includes…

Miami-Dade to get 300 smart traffic signals quickly

Miami-Dade to get 300 smart traffic signals quickly

Smart traffic signals that self-adapt to traffic flow will be installed in Miami-Dade by Sept. 30 and be in use by year’s end, Mayor Carlos Giménez told a group examining…

Miami-Dade getting hundreds of touch-screen internet kiosks

Miami-Dade getting hundreds of touch-screen internet kiosks

With fewer and fewer residents using public transit, Miami-Dade is pulling out all the stops to add riders. To improve the ride and blend more technology into transit, the county…

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

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…

Cleanup of polluted Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal begins

Cleanup of polluted Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal begins

The long-awaited cleanup of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal has begun. City of Miami officials and members of the Miami River Commission gathered July 31 for a ceremony marking commencement…

Restored Miami Marine Stadium could host beauty pageants, Jet Ski competitions

Restored Miami Marine Stadium could host beauty pageants, Jet Ski competitions

A restored Miami Marine Stadium could host Jet Ski competitions, beauty pageants and much more, says a report on the future of the Virginia Key venue that R.J. Heisenbottle Architects…

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

The preferred site for a new civil courthouse is the surface lot at the recently completed Miami-Dade County Children’s Courthouse at 155 NW Third St., according to a report Mayor…

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